excerpt from 'Journal entry, 7 January 1811' pp. 22 (73 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 7 January 1811' pp. 22 (73 words)

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Journal entry, 7 January 1811

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At four in the morning got into the mail, and at eleven at night reached Exeter. Had a delightfully jolly party, and, not being post day, the mail stopped whenever we saw game, and during the journey I killed 4 partridges. When it was too dark to shoot, our party mounted the roof, and sang choruses (while I joined them and drove), and in which the guard and coachman took a very able part.

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