Costly cliff fall and a trough

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FROM The Sussex Express, Feb 4, 1860:

The inhabitants of Malling Street, Lewes, were alarmed by a slip of about 80 tons of chalk from Cliffe Hill at the back of the house of Mr Clark, pork butcher, on Tuesday last week.

A horse and several pigs were buried. Almost 120 gallons of ketchup, valued at £20, have also been lost.

l And from the Express, February 4, 1910: The Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association have this week erected a fountain and trough near the Heathfield Tower Post Office on a site given by Mr H,Hare of Northiam.