The Brighthelmston directory

or guide to that place.
  • 52 Pages
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  • English

printed & sold by I. Taylor, J. Swan & at Mr. Baker"s Circulating Library, Brighthelmston , London
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1516, no. 10.
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17011414M

Brighton: Arthur Wallis, c Overall x cm, incorporating the plan of Brighton at x cm and the prospect of the town from the sea at cm x cm. Original lithograph after the original copper engraved plan, later hand colouring to both the map and the view, the upper edge of the plan with a decorative cartouche featuring a lettered key to principal places located.

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The Brighthelmston directory: containing a description of that town, its soil, air, spring and mineral-waters, amusements, &c. with some account of its history, antiquities Publisher: London: Printed ; And sold at Brighthelmston, at Mr.

Baker's circulating library, and at Mrs. Du Prè's (millinery) shop, The brighthelmston directory: containing a description of that town, its soil, air, spring and mineral-waters, amusements, &c. with some account of its history, antiquities, Fishery, and Sea-Bathing ; the times of sailing of the Pacquet-Boats ; the Stage-Coaches, &c.

their Inns, and time of setting out, Post-Roads to it, &c. Including The Brighthelmston directory book Observations and Particulars, which will be found.

History Of Brighthelmston [Erredge, John Ackerson.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History Of Brighthelmston. Brighthelmstone, Sussex: The Ancient and Modern History of Brighton, with a Reprint of "The Booke of All the Auncient Customes, " Notices of Celebrated Residents and Visitors, and a Table of Chronological Events, from - Ebook written by John Ackerson Erredge.

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Brighthelmstone, Sussex: The Ancient and Modern History of Brighton, with a Reprint of "The Booke of All the Auncient Customes, " Notices of Celebrated Residents and Visitors, and a Table of Chronological Events, from Domesday book states that two of the three manors of Brighthelmston had been held by Edward the Confessor; but it has been aptly observed, that, notwithstanding, they might not have belonged to that prince; for the Normans, who denounced Harold the Second as an usurper, invariably substituted the name of Edward, when jurors were empannelled, in.

Lewes: Printed for W. Lee, the Editor and Proprietor, First edition. 8vo. xvi,5 pp. Recent black half calf over late 19th century marbled boards, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered red label.

Generally very good. Numerous pieces of The Brighthelmston directory book have been inserted, including a slip recording the List of Toasts at the Inaugural Banquet of the Mayor Mr Alderman Baxter and the Lewes. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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St Nicholas', the parish church of Brighton, is situated on a hill outside the old town. Daniel Defoe visited the town in the early 18th century, noting "Bright Helmston, commonly call'd Bredhemston, a poor fishing town, old built, and on the very edge of the sea". Or, Lewes and Brighthelmston Journal.

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Etymology. The etymology of the name of Brighton lies in the Old English Beorhthelmes tūn (Beorhthelm's farmstead).

This name has evolved through Bristelmestune (), Brichtelmeston (), Brighthelmeston (), Brighthemston () and Brighthelmston ().Brighton came into common use in the early 19th century.

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Etymology. The earliest attestation of Brighton's name is Bristelmestune, recorded in the Domesday gh more than 40 variations have been documented, Brighthelmstone (or Brighthelmston) was the standard rendering between the 14th and 18th centuries.

"Brighton" was originally an informal shortened form, first seen in ; it gradually supplanted the longer name and was in general use. Source: Edward Cobby: The Brighthelmston Directory for Subscription to Awsiter's Baths: Chalybeate water: Hot bath: Available at the Wick (St Ann's Well Gardens} Three months: £10 10s [£1,] May-November, daily: Two months: £7 7s [£] season: 10s 6d [£] One month: £4 4s [£] non-subscribers: Non.

SINCE featuring the days of Brighthelmstone in Look Back a few weeks ago, a second former pupil has spoken to the Visiter about her days at the school. 'From the surnames of some of the most ancient families in the town of Brighthelmston, the phrase and pronunciation of the old natives, and some peculiar customs there, it has, with great probability, been conjectured, that the town had, at some distant period, received a colony of might have happened soon after the Conquest, for we read of a great inundation of the sea, about.

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By the nineteenth century, Brighton (traditionally known as Brighthelmston) was one of England’s most fashionable resorts, as well as the departure point for the cross-Channel ferry to Dieppe. Featured in this watercolor are the chain pier at right (where the ferry boats docked) and King George IV’s Indian-style Royal Pavilion on the shore, both completed the previous year.

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