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Jan:January 27. –1817.


 A Gentleman & Lady travelling from Tun-bridge towards that part of the SuſsexCoast which lies between Hastings &E.EastBourne, being induced by Busineſs to quitwere, on quitting the highroad, & toiltoilingattempt a very rough Laneup a very long steep hillwerethrough a rough Lane,1 overturned intoiling up its' long ascenthalf rock, half sand. – The accidenthappened just beyond the only Gentleman'sHouse near the LaneatheHouse, whichtheir Driver on beingfirst required to taketurn thatdirection,way, had conceived to be neceſsarily theirobject, & had with most unwilling Looksbeen constrained to paſs by .two minutesHe had grumbled, & shaken his Shouldersbefore grumbling so much indeed, & looking  and pitied & cutso black, & pitying & cutting his Horses sosharplymuch; that he might have been open to the suspicion of overturning them on pur::pose (especially as the Carriage was not his Mastersnotthe Gentleman's2 own) if the roadhad notindisputably & evidently become considerablymuch worse than before, as soon as thepremises of the said House werepaſsed left behind —sayingexpreſsing, with aas Bad as it had  most intelligent  portentousand seemingbeen before – the Change seemed to say,countenance that beyond it no wheels but cartwheels could safely proceed.coul ever thought of proceeding.

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she was become that Lovelineſs was   complete.


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