After writing his letters, Lucan left the Uckfield house at 1:15 a.m. and drove 16 miles to newhaven, where he dumped the Corsair.
You say nothing of what rent may be due from newhaven, and of the payment of my wretched legacy.
It was the train for newhaven, that runs in connection with the boat to Dieppe.
Lady newhaven lay on the sofa in her morning-room in her long black draperies, her small hands folded.
Most picturesque of all the figures to be seen in Edinburgh are the newhaven fishwives.
Shoreham is kept half alive by the Brighton coal trade: newhaven struggles on as a port for Dieppe.
At newhaven, the concern was general, both in the college and town.
Being not yet equal to the fatigues of horseback, she went on board a vessel at newhaven, and sailed up the Forth.
Make him meet me at Croydon to-night in the 9.45 from newhaven.
Lady newhaven impatiently shook her head, and Angélique wrung her hands.
City in southern Connecticut.
Note: Location of Yale University.