Sidmouth Famous Quotes & Sayings

2 Sidmouth Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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In youth, the absense of pleasure is pain, in old age, the absence of pain is pleasure.Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth Sidmouth Sayings By Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth: In youth, the absense of pleasure is pain, in old age, the absence of pain
About midnight excited hails were heard from a boat about a couple of miles out at sea to the southeast of Sidmouth, and a lantern was seen waving in a strange manner to and fro and up and down. The nearer boats at once hurried towards the alarm. The adventuresome occupants of the boat, a seaman, a curate, and two schoolboys, had actually seen the monsters passing under their boat. The creatures, it seems, like most deep-sea organisms, were phosphorescent, and they had been floating, five fathoms deep or so, like creatures of moonshine through the blackness of the water, their tentacles retracted and as if asleep, rolling over and over, and moving slowly in a wedge-like formation towards the southeast.H.G.Wells Sidmouth Sayings By H.G.Wells: About midnight excited hails were heard from a boat about a couple of miles out