We arrived at Rye, a small English seaport. Here, as soon as we came on shore, we gave in our names to the
notary of the place, but not till he had demanded our business; and being answered, that we had none but to
see England, we were conducted to an inn, where we were very well entertained; as one generally is in this
We took post-horses for London: it is surprising how swiftly they run; their bridles are very light, and their
saddles little more than a span over.
Flimwell, a village: here we returned our first horses, and mounted fresh ones.
We passed through...