Lady Abbess Lescher suffered from bronchial problems which increased as she got older. In 1897, her doctor, Dr Carey, recommended a stay in Hastings. She remained there for a couple of months, which she hated, being unable to carrying on her duties and being away from her 'children'. Her Hastings Diary can be found in the Haslemere Collection.
An admonition to the Religious how they ought to prepare themselves to the Choice & Election of the Offices in this Monastery & Congregation. [Handwritten. Brussels, 1779]