in South Sands, Tenby - April, 1868
from A Letter to the editor, page 5:
To the Editor of the Tenby Observer.
SIR, - The other day, struck by the grievous aspect of a wobegone adult sweltering upon a crag affording a notchy seat upon the South Sands, I neared the spot, and was pained to hear the accompanying dirge trolled forth in monotonous accents so uninterruptedly from beginning to end, over and over again, that I was able to catch the burden by heart. I offer it to you for insertion in your columns, since it may interest both your sea-side visitors and the powers that be, whose notions of the use and abuse of Tenby's beams and breezes may perhaps be… more >>
A Letter to the editor. In The Tenby Observer, volume 16, issue 15 (9 April, 1868), p. 5. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1446629030968 accessed: 6 April, 2020
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|Poor Mary Ann|
|Listening Environment||outdoors, in public|
The "Prince" of the text refers to a statue commemorating Prince Albert.