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‘An east­erly is the most dis­agree­able wind in Lyme Bay — Lyme Bay be­ing that largest bite from the un­der­side of Eng­land’s out­stretched south­west­ern leg — and a per­son of cu­rios­ity could at once have de­duced sev­eral strong prob­a­bil­i­ties about the pair who be­gan to walk down the quay at Lyme Regis, the small but an­cient eponym of the in­bite, one in­ci­sively sharp and blus­tery morn­ing in the late March of 1867.’

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