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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 5th October 1837

    & Col: Cavendish following in another carriage. We drove all round Brighton, which is a very large long town. Kemp Town is considered & is, I think, the prettiest park of Brighton. The Duke of Devonshire has a house there,

    Friday 6th October 1837

    esteem and great regard. Wrote to Lord Melbourne, and also to Lady Cowper (his sister) who is staying at Kemp Town , to ask her to come and see me tomorrow morning, as she does not go out of an

    Saturday 7th October 1837

    Lehzen, Miss Dillon, Mrs. Brand, and Miss Paget following in others. We walked a little on the Terrace at Kemp Town . It was a very fine evening. We came at 10 m. p.5. Wrote my journal. Wrote. At ½

    Saturday 7th October 1837

    with Mama in the Trotchka, all the Ladies following in others. We walked a little on the Terrace at Kemp Town . It was a very fine evening. When we came home, wrote, &c. - Our dinner party the same

    Tuesday 15th February 1842

    the same as every day, & afterwards we drove to nearly a mile beyond Kemp Town , where we got out & walked on the turf on the Cliffs. It was a lovely morning & the sea & sky so

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31. YTNSOLV2NTS. W. Bush, Bush Hotel, Kemp Town, Brighton, brewer. W. Shaw and J. L. Alexander, Cork, merchants. E. Astbary, Stone, Staffordshire, scEivoner. HI. P'Master, Manchester, draper. ^, w~hleryough"othzplon, iro~mmsiger. S- S. Chrisps Ped teree rJsil tat lS; 1. Orum Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Auction Mart; and of Messrs. Ullithorne and Reeve, Red Lion- square; and in Covent-garden. Near Brighton, a pproaching to Kemp Town, St. George's Terrace.-Mr. GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to offer for unreserved SALE, in several Lots, at the Old Ship Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accompanied by Miss Wynard, drove out in a carriage and four, with lone outrider, along the Marine Parade, to Kemp Town, from thence to Hove, and returned to the palace at four o'clock. The princess Louise enjoyed a carrnse airing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entertained of her recovery. Messen- gers have been constantly passing since Wednesday sight from Lord John Russell's house in Kemp Town, to the Dukeof Bedford's, in Brunsivicksquare.-Friday's Post.-We deeply lament, since copying the above, to have to announce that Lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accident has occurred from the above cause. Several hundred tons of earth and chalk slipped into the sea, near Kemp Town, and carried with it two men and a boy, one of whom was killed on the spot. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.-Mr Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEMP, Thomas Read (1782-1844), of Hurstmonceaux Park, Suss.

    Kemp sold his Hurstmonceaux estate and devoted himself from 1820 to a mania for building, including the development of Kemp Town, Brighton. It overshadowed his later parliamentary career and eventually swallowed up his fortune. He died at Paris, 20 Dec.

 

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