Royal Tunbridge Wells
begun by your Father and Lady Boyne. He is quite well and in great spirits; this place and the Company of this year particularly suits him.
Mary Lamb to Mrs. Randal Norris.
Hastings, June 18, 1823.
We took our places for Sevenoaks, intending to remain there all night in order to see Knole, but when we got there we chang'd our minds, and went on to Tunbridge Wells. About a mile short of the Wells the coach stopped at a little inn, and I saw " Lodgings to Let" on a little, very little house opposite. I ran over the way, and secured them.