excerpt from 'Journal of Catherine Talbot: correspondence, journals and verses 1735 – 1769' pp. 30r (83 words)

excerpt from 'Journal of Catherine Talbot: correspondence, journals and verses 1735 – 1769' pp. 30r (83 words)

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Journal of Catherine Talbot: correspondence, journals and verses 1735 – 1769

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I rose at 6 & employ'd my early hours as usual. We hear no noise here but of distant Bells which sound very prettily, & our own deep Voiced Clock which reminds one not to lose a single quarter: at 9 3/4 we went to Church, & the Choir Service Echoing thro' that vast Building is Charmingly Solemn & pleasing. […] I walked in a Sunny quiet Spot in the Church Yard which I like better than ever I did the Mall where I always expected high amusement & found dull disappointment.”

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