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To the seaside they went, after much discussion, and though Beth didn't come home as plump and rosy as could be desired, she was much better, while Mrs.
She has interested herself very much in the matter of Belgian refugees and is entertaining a great many of them at a house of hers near the seaside.
After some consideration, it was decided that we should go for a fortnight to the seaside.
She hardly ever saw Philip during the remainder of their school-life; in the Midsummer holidays he was always away at the seaside, and at Christmas she could only meet him at long intervals in the street of St.
My wife is at the seaside with the children, Lady Caroline.
This plain was not above a hundred yards broad, and about twice as long, and lay like a green before my door; and, at the end of it, descended irregularly every way down into the low ground by the seaside.
But something always returned swift upon me to check these thoughts, and to reprove me; and particularly one day, walking with my gun in my hand by the seaside, I was very pensive upon the subject of my present condition, when reason, as it were, expostulated with me the other way, thus: "Well, you are in a desolate condition, it is true; but, pray remember, where are the rest of you?
He did not want to hear about hydrangeas, why they change their colour at the seaside.
Instead of wandering on down the Amazons until she reached some sulphurous tropical port, where one had to lie within doors all day beating off insects with a fan, the sensible thing to do surely was to spend the season with them in their villa by the seaside, where among other advantages Mrs.
So the Daily Mirror is launching a Save Our Seasides campaign to highlight the attractions and encourage investment where it is needed most.