excerpt from 'Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes, Delville, 15 December 1752' pp. 184 (98 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes, Delville, 15 December 1752' pp. 184 (98 words)

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Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes, Delville, 15 December 1752

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Yesterday morning we went to the rehearsal of the "Messiah", it was very tolerably performed.  I was a little afraid of it, as I think the music very affecting, and I found it so - but I am glad I went, as I felt great comfort from it, and I had the good fortune to have Mrs. Bernard sit by me, the Primate's sister, a most worthy sensible woman, of an exalted mind; it adds greatly to the satisfaction of such an entertainment to be seated by those who have the same relish for it we have ourselves.

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