Yesterday se’nnight a fire broke out in the Prince’s Suttling Booth at Brighton Camp which in a short time consumed the same and everything it contained. The fire was so fierce that it melted the bottles and other vessels of glass into a mass.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 1794
Brighton News Story – 30 June, 1794: “The fire was so fierce that it melted the bottles…”Published 30/06/2012 Brighton History , On This Day , Regency Leave a Comment
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