I expect that you have forgotten us: Miss Bartlett and Miss Honeychurch, who were at Tunbridge Wells when you helped the Vicar of St.
She didn't know that I knew you at Tunbridge Wells; but I wrote back at once, and I said: 'Mr.
I am used to Tunbridge Wells, where we are all hopelessly behind the times."
Beebe, or of the fashionable world at Windy Corner, or of the narrow world at Tunbridge Wells, she could not determine.
Oh yes, or Ilfracombe and Swanage and Tunbridge Wells
and Surbiton and Bedford.
It is the centre for a considerable area of country, since Tunbridge Wells
, the nearest place of importance, is ten or twelve miles to the eastward, over the borders of Kent.
Every night, at the same hour, does Miss Twinkleton resume the topics of the previous night, comprehending the tenderer scandal of Cloisterham, of which she has no knowledge whatever by day, and references to a certain season at Tunbridge Wells
(airily called by Miss Twinkleton in this state of her existence 'The Wells'), notably the season wherein a certain finished gentleman (compassionately called by Miss Twinkleton, in this stage of her existence, 'Foolish Mr.
When we went downstairs we found a mug with "A Present from Tunbridge Wells
" on it lighted up in the staircase window with a floating wick, and a young woman, with a swelled face bound up in a flannel bandage blowing the fire of the drawing-room (now connected by an open door with Mrs.
In Tunbridge Wells
there was hardly one which had not its staring, smiling face.
," and dated from London, as far back as July, 1803: --
when he proposed to me and you will be surprised to hear that he proposed seven times once in a hackney-coach once in a boat once in a pew once on a donkey at Tunbridge Wells
and the rest on his knees, Romance was fled with the early days of Arthur Clennam, our parents tore us asunder we became marble and stern reality usurped the throne, Mr F.
For my part I walked ten miles, got a train at Tunbridge Wells
, and so reached London, and no one the wiser.