excerpt from 'Letter from Anne Seymour Damer to Mary Berry, 19 March 1791' pp. 338 (65 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Anne Seymour Damer to Mary Berry, 19 March 1791' pp. 338 (65 words)

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Letter from Anne Seymour Damer to Mary Berry, 19 March 1791

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The cathedral I think very fine; it is gloomy, and the Gothic architecture simple; full of the most beautiful windows of painted glass. I happened by chance to hear some good music there, which as it was by chance was the more striking—for, if I am to be dressed, stuck up, and stuffed up to hear or see anything—adieu all effect for me!

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excerpt from 'Letter from Anne Seymour Damer to Mary Berry, 19 March 1791' pp. 338 (65 words)

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