excerpt from 'A Tour in South Wales, 1787' pp. 283 (64 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour in South Wales, 1787' pp. 283 (64 words)

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A Tour in South Wales, 1787

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At my return […] I walk’d for some time with Mr Os[born]; when we order’d a harper to attend us, (the first we have had,) who, if not of the neatest taste, rattled away to my amusement, (particularly Lady Townshends Delight) and was conversed with, in Welsh, by Mr Traherne; who eat some cold meat, and stay’d till eleven o’clock.

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