Caroline Powys in Wargrave - 30 November, 1789, at night
from Diary of Caroline Powys, 30 November 1789, pages 245–246:
[A]t nine went to Lord Barrymore’s, who had invited some part of our neighbourhood to a “little dance,” as he express’d it on his cards. It was a very agreeable small party, a very elegant supper. Two long tables in the circular room, as not company sufficient for those round the room as before, and in the centre was a stove, which made it charming warm. My lord, and one of his brothers, and Mrs. Bertie sang some good catches after supper, which, as all have charming voices, was very pleasant.
Caroline Powys, Diary of Caroline Powys, 30 November 1789. In Climenson, Emily J. (ed.), Passages from the Diaries of Mrs. Philip Lybbe Powys of Hardwick House, Oxon. A.D. 1756 to 1808 (London, 1899), p. 245–246. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1516747421558 accessed: 20 October, 2021
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|Catches||performed by Lord Barrymore and his brother, Mrs. Bertie|
|Date/Time||30 November, 1789, at night|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|