excerpt from 'Diary of John Yeoman, 24 April 1774' pp. 39–40 (157 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of John Yeoman, 24 April 1774' pp. 39–40 (157 words)

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Diary of John Yeoman, 24 April 1774

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Nothing Remarkable happend the forenoon of that day.  after Diner My Aunt & cousen & Me went to North Church.  the Parson was the worst that ever I heard but Upton Noble [a village near his home town].  the clark was Shocking bad Indeed, they Sing the Same Tunes as we do but Very Bad, there was all the Parts. After Sarvice was over I went up and Joined with Them.  I beleive we Sung for an Hour and all the Tunes as we had, Such as the 8th. 105th. 108th. 34th. 47th.  my Singing the four Parts made them Stare as they thought It was Imposable for one Man to do.  they Said they Should be glad to have me Live In That Part of the World for to Learn them.  one on him, who kept a Tavern, had them all to his house & would make me go.  they Treated me with the Best the House would (? afford).

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