From the inhabitants of the Borough of Brighthelmstone: “To his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. May it please your Royal Highness. We, the Chief Magistrates and other Inhabitants of the ancient Borough of Lewes, beg leave to present our unfeigned congratulations to your Royal Highness, on your late nuptials with her serene highness the Princess Caroline of Brunswick”.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 1795
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The Promenade on the Steine will be greatly improved prior to the commencement of the Summer season, by the addition of a spacious brick or gravel path quite round, within the rails; and for the better preservation of the turf in the centre, a neat fence has been put up; to prevent traffic over it in the winter, by leaving only the intended circular walk and the bricked road access open.
From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 17 March, 1806