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Little, Cynthia

A review of the first masquerade at the Royal Gardens, Brighton : under the patronage of the Tenth Royal Hussars / by Cynthia Little ...

London : Printed for the authoress, by Cunningham and Salmon, 1829.
Physical Description:
vi, [7]-72 p. ; 15 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA690 B78 L57 1829
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James Ireland created a pleasure garden and cricket ground in 1823, but it proved to be unpopular and closed in 1829. (Ford, p. 86)
Printed by Cunningham and Salmon.
Poems on miscellaneous subjects: p. [55]-72.
Ford, J. Images of Brighton, p. 86-88, 335.
Subject Terms:
Brighton (England) -- Description and travel.
Brighton (England) -- Poetry.
Cunningham and Salmon -- Printer.
Ireland's Royal Gardens (Brighton)
Little, Cynthia -- Publisher.
Masquerades -- England -- Brighton.

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