Clayton in Marlborough College - 27 March, 1852
from The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852, pages 20-21:
[Saturday March 27 1852] Clayton caught me singing in the dormitory [at Marlborough College]. Finished my first cake of soap. Began one of Brown Windsor.
[Monday March 29 1852] Found my Brown Windsor soap in L Dormitory. Got an order for a lock on my desk because 3 books and a comb stolen out. […] Got 100 lines of Greek daily till further notice from Clayton for singing in dormitory.
Robert Augustine Luke Nunns, The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852. In Harold Cresswell Brentnall (ed.), The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852. Published as a supplement to The Marlburian, August 1931 (Marlborough, August, 1931), p. 20-21. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1521805294466 accessed: 21 September, 2021
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|unspecified singing||performed by Robert Augustine Luke Nunns|
|Date/Time||27 March, 1852|
|Listening Environment||in private, indoors, solitary|