excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sykes, 25 October 1794' pp. 18 (112 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sykes, 25 October 1794' pp. 18 (112 words)

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Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sykes, 25 October 1794

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Mr Saville's fine talents, pleasing manners, and visible goodness of heart, made him many friends amongst the hospitable families resident near Barmouth. Sir Robert Vaughan came to that place frequently, while he staid [sic], with a train of agreeable guests, and invited him often to Hengwert, where he was always welcomed with cordial regard. Fond of music, that family were delighted with his transcendent songs, which, from superiority of energetic expression, throw all other singing into shade. Nor less friendly, nor less pleased with his talents and worth, were Mr and Mrs Fletcher of Gwinheglid, in English, Sunny Alders; where, at their request, he passed a few days on his journey back.

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excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sykes, 25 October 1794' pp. 18 (112 words)

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