Fifth Viscount Torrington in Eaton Socon - 19 June, 1791
from Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791, pages 316–317:
Another reason of my present haste was a resolution to go to evening service; (to pray for better weather, and a healthy pleasant tour;) so I […] devoutly march’d into the church; which is large, and handsome; and has been adorn’d with much stain’d glass.―The psalm singing, in a singing gallery, was tolerable, accompany’d by a flute and a hautboy: but such a reader, and preacher, as Mr L[ittlehale]s I hope is not often heard; tho’ I fear so!
John Byng, Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791. In C. Bruyn Andrews (ed.), The Torrington Diaries Containing the Tours Throughout England and Wales of the Hon. John Byng (Later Fifth Viscount Torrington) Between the Years 1781 and 1794, volume 2 (London, 1935), p. 316–317. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1546535718077 accessed: 21 January, 2021
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|psalm singing||performed by church choir|
|Date/Time||19 June, 1791|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|