Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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said Edward; " I always like your plans."
" Well, then," said his mother, " suppose we walk this morning, and spend the afternoon in looking at, and arranging the shells and sea­weed : perhaps," she added, seeing Lewis's look of disappointment, " I may find something entertaining to tell you respecting them; and you, Lewis, may choose our walk for this morning."
" Thank you, mamma; then, if you please, we will go along the western cliff, as far as Brunswick Square. I like that side of the town, it is so gay; besides, I see by the little map papa gave us, that there are several squares in that direction ; and I want to visit them all, that I
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