KIPLING'S SUSSEX - online book

An illustrated descriptive guide, to the places mentioned in
the writings of Rudyard Kipling.

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with the families of Challenor, Lewknor, Oxen-bridge, Sackville, Pelham, Colepepper, Stapley, Tresham and Audley. They were originally of the Broyle, in Ringmer, and then of Priesthawes in Westham.
Good fishing—pike, perch, etc., can be had in Pevensey Haven, which is preserved by an Angling Association. Tickets and information can be obtained from the landlord of the New Inn at Pevensey.
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