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In submitting this History of Brighton to the Public, the Author deems it necessary to offer a few remarks with reference to the introduction of the Work and circumstances connected with its origin. AND THK KSCAPE OF CHARLES n «5 PROSPEKll Y OF BRl Ci H'i ON AND DK. 38 FIRST VISIT OF THF PRINCF OF WALES 41 BRIOHTON CAMPS 69 THE AMUSEMENTS OF BRIGHTON, AND THE THEATRES . TTAWX FAIR 97 HUNTING IN THE NEIGHBOURn OOD 112 ROUTES AND TRANSIT TO THE METROPOLIS 119 ROUTE TO FR. ( Pou ASDt Ule of Wi^il, NJS, Jffllpqf CMb tote OHM* Mol Xl MMio'tftoek. Franconi converted the Biding School of the Pavilion into a Cirque, and certainly presented the best artistes of the day, both English and Continental.On the 6th of February, 187 1, the compiler, in compliance with the request before alluded to, gave Digitized by Google PREFACE. Charles Kemble sostaining the prin- dpal chai EBoterk In the month of Ang OBt, in the year 1809, Mrs. 8IDDON8, Bwfiwrtytefcwfi nr i L l tt Mw iiiwit ftou flw •tafflhh MMuwtodtoftpv Mri B Two w Thi M ol bar PBOrai PAL Offim OCTBS. Numerous have been its heut in qw : for many yeani it was held on the Clifi^ between Black Lion Street and Ship Street, afterwards in Belle Vue Field, — ^now covered by the Regency Square property, — ^from thence transferred to the Northern Enclosure; next held on St. Peter's Church stands ; then upon the Level ; afterwards upon the Boyal Cricket Ground, known as Ireland's Tea Gardens, where it was established for several years ; sub- sequ Mitly veoovend its old quarteisi the Level ; again was Digitized by Google 9 95 held north of tho Level, in Bkker's and Tilly's Fields, on the Lewes Boad; and finally the remnant of this ancient custom ekes out its miserable existence in a field near the Queen's Park.By ALDERMAN HENRY MARTIN, Ii ATB MATOB OF THB BOBOITOH OF BBIGHTOH. The writer of this book assisted in the above project, and was invited to lecture upon and illustrate a large and very valuable collection of prints, views, &c., relating to the early days of this fashionable town, and which were kindly presented to the Museum by Robt. Cunditt, Digrtized by Google 88 ■ Jeirdleiiyiiimolioii dating i Mok to (1^ Owing to the xftpid ino TMse of ibe population, a theatre mm «reoted» in 1778» at the upper part of Dnke 8tveet and later, in 1807, on the completion of the New Boad, another, on a more extensive scale, wa.s erected hy Hewitt Cobb, Esq., of Clement's Inn, London, ou the site of the present one. Brunton, sen., on the 24th September, 1806, and the theatre opened on the 6th of June, 1807. In 1818, posts and rails were erected aronndjihe Northern Enclosure, opposite the King and Queen, and shrubs and trees planted therein, — a vast improvement upon its prior appearance and eondiiion,»it having been, previously, the resort of all comers, and the receptacle of filth and refuse.BRia HTON: WBUSBXD BT l OBN BBAL, B00X8BLLXB ft 8SATI0NBB, BAST 8TBBBT. Furner, Esq., an esteemed inhabitant, who with other members of his family have been for many years associated with Brighton, and prominent in advancing its interests. The tragedy of Mam Ut waa seleetod for the opening play, the oelefaiated artistes Mr« and Ids. Beverley" in the play of The Qom Ms Ur; her farewell performance on the stage* Appended is a oopj of the h Ol of (he play** :— * nk« ICAXAai M f Ml bftppy, in nuwt mipm Uo U; aanonndiig to tl M Pnb Uo, Uuii Mx8. Here Brighton Fair was celebrated, at which showmen, toy vendors, pedlars, and *' Cheap Jacks " mustered numerously, and at that time the fair was one of the festivals of the inhabitants,—- held annually on Holy Thursday and succeeding day, and on ' the 4th and 6th September. 137 OQVKRNMENT QZ THE TOWN- ANCILNT AND MODERN 180 TOWNS AND ^^LLAGES OF IKTr^RKST TN THE NETOHROn HHOOn OF RBTOHTON : l.f. WORTHIXfi ANT- NKTOHROT-RTIOOD 217 RRAMRKll k 231 I. A Snow B will be prorll Ad, asi on Tk Ue at Two o'eloek. Since the demolition of the Grand Parade Giroos, various equestrian troupes have visited Brighton, Digrtized by Google 94 notably those of Batty, rianconi, Coolie, Sanger, and Bell.

The following is a copy of the Address spoken by Mrs Siddons : — Who h M not felt, how growing use endears The fend remembnnce of our fanner yean ? Slie then, as oil ;is liimself, appeared much affected ; for the audience, not satisfied with the usual method of shewing their approbation, stood up upon the seats and cheered her, waving their hats for several minutes. At the end of the sleeping Boene, the plaudits continued from the time ' of hex going off till she again appeared to speak her address, which was neatly a quarter of an hour, which she delivered in a very impressi Te manner; and at the oonelusion of which Mr Eemhie eeme and led her off by the hand. And long-forgotten years, that almost seem The faded traces of a monung dream I Sweet are those mournful thoughts: lor they renew The pleasing sence of a D I owe to you. And, wreathing round it close, lilte tendrils, climb, Bkwmisg in age, and sanctified by' time? at this moment crowd upon my mind bcenes of bright days for ever left behind, Bewildering visions of enraptured youth, Whso hope and fancy wore the hues of truth.

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