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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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6                  THE CHAIN-PIER.
danger or difficulty of going out in an open boat."
When they reached the platform, which is erected at the end of the pier, Edward and Lewis were full of wonder and delight. Papa pointed out to them the fine view of Brighton, and the line of coast on each side; then the wide expanse of sea, and the vessels, with their white sails swelling in the breeze.
The pier that morning presented a busy scene, with the passengers em­barking on board the steam-packet, for Dieppe; and the little boys turned reluctantly from the spot, when Mr. Ashton warned them that it was time they were on their way home­ward.
" Dear papa," said Edward, " will
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