excerpt from 'Ride into the West, 1782' pp. 78–79 (78 words)

excerpt from 'Ride into the West, 1782' pp. 78–79 (78 words)

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Ride into the West, 1782

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78–79

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Now the drum-beating call’d me to take a review of the parade, in the cathedral churchyard; whence a large guard daily marches to do duty on the prisoners of war confined in the Kings House.

 […] I was the only spectator at the parade, and relief of the guard; and knowing the Capt. of the Northampton (Capt. J) I communed with him on military topics.Their band of musick was noisy, and dirty; so likewise were their men.

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