Holidays At Brighton - online book

An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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may make a good showman for cousin Helen."
" I am sure Helen will be much obliged to you," said his mother; " but I am afraid you have under­taken more than can be accomplished in one morning, by such pedestrians as we. Whit say you to a ride?"
" Oh, thank you ! thank you! that will be pleasant!" exclaimed the children; and in a few minutes they were seated by their mother, in one of the convenient little open carriages which are always to be met with in Brighton; Mrs. Ashton having told the driver that they wished to visit the Chalybeate.
" Well," said Edward, " as he sprung from the carriage, " I do not think I have seen any thing so
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