James Douglas in Windsor, England - mid 19th Century
from Account of life as a chorister in the nineteenth century, pages 5-6:
At Eton we were called by the Etonians “Canaries” & some of us received considerable kindness & many presents from them.… more >>
James Douglas, Account of life as a chorister in the nineteenth century. In Choir Archives, St George's Chapel, Windsor, England, p. 5-6. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1524216516893 accessed: 23 October, 2021 (All extracts from the memoir are by kind permission of the writer's descendant Prof. James Wilkinson.)
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|Unspecified singing-- boy||performed by Bluett|
|Date/Time||mid 19th Century|
Eton College shared the St George's Chapel choir from the 1660s to 1868 when the link was broken. Services at St George's chapel always took precedence. James Douglas lodged in Eton as a chorister with a Miss Mitchell, whose brother was 'one of the Lay Clerks at S. Georges and also organist at Eton' and whose father had been coachman to the Lord Provost of Eton (p. 2).