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Sketch at Brighton

1859 Two ladies, one with a parasol, sitting on the seafront overlooking the beach below. From the Illustrated Times 17th September 1859.

A Heavy Sea at Brighton

Taken from the Illustrated London News 1 Jan 1859 it shows Brill's Baths and Clarendon Mansion. People are on the seafront including men and women on horseback avoiding a huge wave.

Brighton, February 1859

View from Chain Pier looking West towards Brighton beach and town beyond. To right partial view of tower of chain pier with pulley leaning out over the sea. Centre foreground child's carriage pulled by goat, child riding in the carriage whilst another dri

Little Nell and Her Grandfather Leaving London

ON A GRASSY HILLSIDE OVERLOOKING LONDON, LITTLE NELL KNEELS, HANDS CLASPED, LOOKING UPWARDS; HER BONNET AND BASKET LIE IN FRONT OF HER. BEHIND HER GRANDFATHER CROUCHES AGAINST A TREE, GAZING DOWN. Monogram JR 1859

Police Truncheon

1859 This is a black painted wooden truncheon from Hove Police Force, made in 1859. The truncheon is decorated with a painted royal crown, the initials 'VR' for Queen Victoria and 'Hove Police Force Service'. The truncheon was used by Jesse Burchell.