At Eastbourne, for example, the water flows for about five hours, and ebbs for about seven and a half.
He went down to Eastbourne in Sussex; where I believe he now is.
Yet any one who likes may go to Eastbourne and find Meek with chair and all complete.
Eastbourne is the most select, or least democratic, of the Sussex watering places.
The house that she had taken at Eastbourne was charmingly situated.
It was Frank who had introduced the sergeant to Eastbourne and brought him to his uncle.
His burly figure upon the sands at Eastbourne used to be very familiar to me in my boyhood.
Your mother answered, and he said that you were in Eastbourne, and had sent him to bring you to the hotel.
The message was dated from Eastbourne, and was the first I had received from him for some days.
I was back of the crowd when the circus started outside the Eastbourne depot.