excerpt from 'Journal entry, 7 October 1836' pp. 111 (71 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 7 October 1836' pp. 111 (71 words)

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Journal entry, 7 October 1836

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Went down to Chatham and found my son Peter, thank God, in excellent health. […] I dined with him and slept at a kind of canteen hotel, where the noise was awful, all the windows rattling with the wind and rain; a church clock so close that it vibrated my very bed, and at daylight the bugle boys of ‘the Rifles’ came to learn their lesson under my window.

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