Hastings

Hastings, a popular holiday and health resort in Sussex; occupies a fine situation on the coast, with lofty cliffs behind, 33 m. E. of Brighton; has a splendid esplanade 3 m. long, parks, public gardens, &c., and ruins of a castle.

Population (circa 1900) given as 61,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hasselt * Hastings, Battle Of
Harvey, Sir George
Harvey, William
Harwich
Harz Mountains
Hasdrubal
Hase, Karl August
Hashish
Haslingden
Hassan Pasha
Hasselt
Hastings
Hastings, Battle Of
Hastings, Francis Rawdon-Hastings, Marquis of
Hastings, Warren
Hatch, Edwin
Hatfield
Hatherley, Baron
Hathras
Hats and Caps
Hatteras, Cape
Hatti-Sheriff

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Antique pictures of Hastings

Links here from Chalmers

Beckington, Thomas
Boyle, Robert
Burke, Edmund
Cambridge, Richard Owen
Carleton, Sir Dudley
Cecil, William
Cooper, Anthony Ashley
Cotton, Charles
Cumberland, Richard [1732–1811]
Davies, Sir John
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