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  • 1945 - Writes to W. Dawson Sadler from Netherwood, The Ridge, Hastings. He writes of his new lodgings, "This place is very satisfactory, because the people with whom I am staying are very congenial, the food is abundant, and the cooking excellent. I can get both mountain air and sea air within ten minutes of each other, and best of all, I never need have a dull moment as the local chess club is one of the largest outside London, and certainly the best either inside or out. The Club rooms look out on the sea, and one can nearly always feel sure of getting a game when one drops in." AC also mentions his pleasure of hearing from Sadler on his birthday.