Black's Guide to Brighton and Vicinity: Including Lewes, Shoreham and Newhaven
Adam and Charles Black, 1885 - 54
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Strona 53 - HOTEL is situated on the Lower Lake, close to the water's edge, within ten minutes' drive of the Railway Station, and a short distance from the far-famed Gap of Dunloe.
Strona 105 - JLJtJ. powder. Sold in three tints; white, rose and cream. 2/6 per box. Ask any dealer in perfumery for Rowlands' articles, of 20, Hatton Garden, London, and avoid spurious worthless imitations.
Strona 16 - ... soldier in the 5th Regiment of Foot, in different parts of Europe ; and in the year 1745 fought under the command of the Duke of Cumberland, at the battle of Fontenoy, where she received a bayonetwound in her arm.
Strona 13 - because it was a country so truly desolate (he said), that if one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation at being obliged to live there, it would be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope.
Strona 63 - THE QUEEN'S HOTEL. rPHIS unique establishment stands unrivalled for the exquisite picturesqueness and beauty of its situation, its commanding and central position, and the commodiousness and completeness of its general arrangements. Delicate Persons, to whom a light bracing air, charming scenery, close vicinity to the Crystal Palace and its amusements, and quiet seclusion, would be an invaluable boon, will find, in this establishment, their wishes fully realised.
Strona 100 - York, Every Fortnight. Glasgow to Lisbon, £6 : 6s. ; Gibraltar, £8 : 8s. ; Genoa, £12 : 12s. ; Leghorn, £13 : 13s. ; Naples, £14 : 14s. ; Messina or Palermo, £16 : 16s. Round Voyage and back to Glasgow, 35 Guineas. Passengers Booked to all parts of the United States and...
Strona 77 - PARTIES wishing to see the magnificent Scenery in this part of the Scottish Highlands will find this Hotel (to which large additions have been made) most convenient, for in One Drive they can visit the Falls of Tummel, the Queen's View of Loch Tummel ; The Far - Famed Pass of Killiecrankie ; Glen Tilt ; The Falls of Bruar, &c.
Strona 36 - Here lies the Coal-heaver ; who departed this life, July 1, 1813, in the 69th year of his age ; beloved of his God, but abhorred of men. The omniscient Judge, at the Grand Assize, shall ratify and confirm this, to the confusion of many thousands; for England and its metropolis shall know, that there hath been a Prophet among them!
Strona 102 - Office and Stores— 71 NORTH WALL, DUBLIN. Goods carried at Through Rates from Glasgow and Greenock to Inland Towns in Ireland; and also from a number of the Principal Railway Stations in Scotland to Dublin and Inland Stations in Ireland, and vice versa. Further particulars, Monthly Bills, &c., on application to the...
Strona 96 - Ivanhoe,' ' Gael,' and other steamers to and from Dunoon, Innellan, Rothesay, Largs, Millport, the Kyles of Bute, Arran, Campbeltown, Ardrishaig, Inveraray, Loch-Goil, Loch-Long, &c., &c. A full service of Trains is also run from and to Glasgow, to and from Edinburgh, Stirling, Oban Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen, and the North ; and from and to Edinburgh, to and from these places' For particulars of Trains, Fares, <tc., see the Caledonian Railway Company's Time Tables.