excerpt from 'Ride into the West, 1782' pp. 79–80 (55 words)

excerpt from 'Ride into the West, 1782' pp. 79–80 (55 words)

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Ride into the West, 1782

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I next visited the venerable old cathedral […]

The service was more irregularly perform’d, than I ever remember to have heard it; and to a most shabby congregation, none but the Winchester boys, and a few wanderers being present; the belief after the communion service was chaunted to a tune, like God Save the King.

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excerpt from 'Ride into the West, 1782' pp. 79–80 (55 words)

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