Several houses we hear are already taken on the Steine at Brighthelmstone, for the ensuing summer, from a motion that his Majesty will honour that place with his Royal Preference, for the benefit of sea-bathing.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 2 March 1789
The Prince’s Pavilion at Brighton, is undergoing other considerable alterations and improvements, under the direction of Mr Holland, the architect; and is order to be got ready for the residence of His Royal Highness at an early part of the ensuing season.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 28 February, 1803
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Reports which were current at Brighton, and other places, on Saturday, that his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales had again been attacked by an alarming indisposition, we have good reason for believing were entirely without foundation. A short prayer, for his Majesty’s recovery, was yesterday read in all the churches of the metropolis, and the same is ordered to be repeated in all county churches, as soon as the form can be distributed amongst their Ministers.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 27 February 1804