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Page 72 - This is also the most convenient resting-place for breaking the long railway journey to and from the North of Scotland.
Page 62 - Here lies the coal-heaver, who departed this life July I, 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. — WH, SS...
Page 1 - When the court, soon after the Restoration, visited Tunbridge Wells, there was no town: but, within a mile of the spring, rustic cottages, somewhat cleaner and neater than the ordinary cottages of that time, were scattered over the heath. Some of these cabins were moveable, and were carried on sledges from one part of the common to another.
Page 66 - Hotel has an unrivalled situation, and is very suitable as a centre i from which the most beautiful scenery in North Wales may be visited. It is near the Station, to which it has a private road. The coaches for Llanberis, Beddgelert, and Bangor, start daily from the Hotel.
Page 29 - For situation the Royal is probably unequalled in the North of Devon, and from its size and the admirable way in which it is fitted out must be regarded as one of the best Hotels in the West of England.
Page 94 - LIGHT and AIRY BEDROOMS. Elegantly Furnished throughout (by some of the Best Houses in the Trade). The Sanitary arrangements are the Latest and most Approved. Hot, Cold, and Salt Water Baths. Lavatories and Closets on each floor. There are also rooms en suite for Families and Private Parties. The Hotel occupies a Central Position, overlooking the Harbour, and commands an Extensive View...
Page 15 - Pancras, London ; and a Full and Expeditious Service is given between Glasgow, Paisley. Greenock, Ayr, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock, Dumfries, &c.; and Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford, Leeds, Sheffield, Bristol, Bath, Birmingham, London, &c.
Page 68 - Paul of Russia, and many distinguished visitors. Covered way from Station Platform. Luggage removed to and from the Hotel free of charge.