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March 29 Friday
underneath and on the banks are the carpets of blue bells and clusters here & there of the sweet scented yellow primroses - and ferns – whilst the other side you look down under the tall shadowy trees and get glimpses of the calm calm sea that has scarcely a ripple on it - everything here spells quiet & peace.
8th Went Paged the gate keeper & after a chat with him wended my way through the pretty park – of Clovelly Court to Gallantry Bower the boldest headland on the Coast it rises steer from the sea at a height of 387 ft. Here again its rest & peace except for the ever restless sea on one side and as far as the eye can see on the other are the ever refreshing trees - the

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