A Stormy Day at Hastings, 20 September 1904

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Maud m’a envoyé pour toi quelques P.C. de Hastings la plage où elle a passé l’été et qui est une des plus jolies d’Angleterre sur la côte Sud. J’en ai une

To: Mademoiselle A.[?] de Rivo. Berne, 122 Avenue de Villiers, Paris, France

[Maud sent me some post cards for you of Hastings, the beach where she spent the summer and which is one of the prettiest in England on the south coast. I have one.]

Lovers Seat, Fairlight Glen, Hastings, 25 August 1931

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To: Miss Weston, 28 Leopold Rd, Hill Crest, Wimbledon SW

Monday

Dear M

Just a pc to let you know we are here for the weekend the weather has not been too bad up till to-day but is raining now. We had a lovely day yesterday went to Dungeness fishing, that is about 29 miles from here it was a lovely ride, we arrived home at 3 o’clock this morning the Men were fishing by moonlight hope you are well

Lots of love

Edith

 

Fairlight Glen, Hastings, 1 May 1914

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To: Mrs Austin, c/o Mr.A.Sagers, Ardingly, Sussex

May 1st

The Cleers

So many thanks, dear friend, for your kind Birthday Greetings, to the children, as well as to me. I seem to have had no opportunity of writing before. Mt. Pleasant Bazaar closed last night, very satisfactorily. It has been a busy time, & before that D.M. had influenza, also Robert, Nurse & Stephen a touch of it. And I have been working in other ways at the top of my strength. I hope you are keeping stronger. Much love fr. M.E.M.

[The reference is to church bazaars in Mount Pleasant Congregational Church, Hastings]