Highways and Byways in Sussex - online book

An illustrated appreciation, of the most interesting districts in Sussex.

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as well as the best of them. How well I remember the jabbering of the Frenchmen the first night as they handed the kegs over to us ! One night we were fired into by his Majesty's revenue cutter Lynx. I asked what those balls were fizzing in the water, etc.
"I wouldn't go on with the smuggling; being converted by Mr.
The Ypres Tower, Rye.
Wesley, who came to preach to us at Rye—but that is neither here nor there. ..."
It was under the large tree of the west wall of the church­yard that in 1790 John Wesley preached his last outdoor sermon, afterwards walking through "that poor skeleton of ancient Winchelsea," as he called it.
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