The New International Encyclopædia/Hove
HOVE. A town in Sussex, England, on the English Channel, west of and adjacent to Brighton (Map: England, F 6). It has all the characteristics of its larger neighbor, handsome streets, avenues, squares, public buildings, parks and recreation grounds, marine walk, baths, etc., and is lighted with electricity. It maintains a free library, with news-room, lending and reference departments. Population, in 1891, 28,300; in 1901, 36,500.