Brighton

Brighton, a much-frequented watering-place in Sussex, 50 m. S. of London, of which it is virtually a suburb; a place of fashionable resort ever since George IV. took a fancy to it; a fine parade extends along the whole length of the sea front; has many handsome edifices, a splendid aquarium, a museum, schools of science and art, public library and public gallery; the principal building is the Pavilion or Marine Palace, originally built for George IV. Also the name of a suburb of Melbourne.

Population (circa 1900) given as 128,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bright, John * Blight's Disease
Brieg
Brienne, Jean de
Brienz, Lake of
Brieuc, St.
Brigade
Brigantes
Briggs, Henry
Brigham Young
Bright, James Franck
Bright, John
Brighton
Blight's Disease
Bril Brothers, Matthew and Paul
Brillat-Savarin
Brin`disi
Brindley, James
Brink, Jan Ten
Brinvilliers, Marquise de
Brisbane
Brisbane, Admiral Sir Charles
Brisbane, Sir James

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