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Beatrice visited Towyn in September of 1889. The sketch is of her niece, Helen, and and her nephews Algy and Francis. These being the children of her sister, Magdalene, who had married the Rev Charles Codrington Nation. They were presumably here on holiday. The further 2 images showcase, as Thomas Pennant describes, “a low sandy common, bounded on one side by rocks, over which in high winds the sea breaks in a most aweful and stupendous manner …”

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