Helens, - Revd.Edmund Butcher (1817)D. Havell
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Butcher Rev. Edmund. The beauties of Sidmouth displayed. Sidmouth: John Wallis, 1820. Third Edition. p. 45. On the other side the road, is Miss Wrighte's Shrubbery and Carriage-way - opposite to which, is Helens, a house belonging to the Reverend Edmund Butcher, which is for hire; and next to it, is the handsome mansion of Edward Lee, Esq. considerable additions to which have lately been made, and the shrubs and trees in its front, and on its wings, are every year, increasing its beauty. Both these houses are delightfully situated; and, between the trees, which flourish luxuriantly about them, have charming views of the sea and the surrounding country.[Text may be taken from a different source or edition than that listed as the source by Somers Cocks.]
S47. BUTCHER, Revd Edmund: SIDMOUTH SCENERY OR VIEWS OF THE PRINCIPAL COTTAGES AND RESIDENCES OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THAT ADMIRED WATERING PLACE, AND THE ENVIRONS, WITHIN FIFTEEN MILES ROUND.