1.1w Editor, THE BR( )K I. NI I WAR SIR,
The BROOKLANDS GAZETTE just to hand. I shall always look forward to each new number, and I wish you every success.
Yours faithfully, H. W. N.
LeeeTh. The Editor, TRH BROOKLANDS GAZETTE. DEAR SIR,
Having obtained No. i of The BROOKLANDS GAMETE at Saturday’s B.A.R.C. meeting, and being thoroughly interested in it, I have pleasure in enclosing los. 6d. for one year’s subscription. Will you kindly forward copies to me at the above address.
Yours faithfully, H. G. W. K.
The Editor, Tun BRooKLANDs GAZETTE. DEAR SIR,
As a reader of your new journal, The BROOKLANDS GAZETTE, I think I should write and tell you that in my opinion it is the most interesting motor paper I have ever read. It is my intention to keep on reading it.
The Editor states in his Editorial Notes that he wil at all times appreciate suggestions for ‘articles and criticisms of those which have appeared. One point has struck me in the article headed ” Prominent Brooklands Cars ” in the August issue. Three were briefly described with but one picture of one car. My suggestion is that one car a month should be described, and that fully. The description should be accompanied by photographs, not only of the complete car, but of details.
I would like to suggest too, that records should be published each month of the performance of famous racing drivers all over the world, enumerating the successes which they have given at various meetings during the month and stating the name of the car in each case. Wishing The BROOKLANDS GAZETTE the best of luck
Yours faithfully, H. C. BENDALL.
V.Ro.NI ADEN. The Editor, Tug BROOKLANDS GAZETTE. DEAR SIR,
I request you to kindly send me a specimen copy of your Gazette and would ask you kindly to let me know the yearly subscription. Hoping to hear from you soon with my request. Yours very faithfully, MENAHEM YAHOODA JOSEPH
211d Commercial Street House, Camp, Aden, Arabia. The Editor, THE, BROOKLANDS GAZETTE, DEAR SIR, Enclosed please find ios. 6d. to cover subscription for one year’s BROOKLANDS GAZETTE. I should like to say how much I appreciate the paper, which should
fill a long felt want. Yours faithfully, J. E. G.
The Editor, THE BROOKLANDS GAZETTE. DEAR SIR,
Having purchased a copy of The BROOKLAN )S. GAZETTE. I think I should write and tell you that I think it is one of the most interesting papers I have ever read. I have always been of opinion that such a paper should be published containing reports and pictures of Brooklands, and I am sure you have fulfilled a long felt want in the motor sporting world. Wishing your excellent paper every success.
Yours faithfully, M. V. CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE. Harborne.
The Editor, THE BROOKLANDS GAzErrE. DEAR SIR,
I notice in the third number of your excellent journal mention of the Meyrowitz Type Goggles. I believe this is the type that I have long been trying to obtain, and I should be obliged if you would tell me from whom I can get them.
When I bought my first copy of The BROOKLANDS GAZETTE I realised that here at last was a paper that I, amongst many others, had been waiting for, and I wish you the best of luck with your enterprise.
Yours faithfully, H. E. COSTON.
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