excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 400 (120 words)

excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 400 (120 words)

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Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791

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After mature consideration, it was determin’d that we should lounge this day here, or hereabout: and to survey a cathedral, and hear the service therein, by me so much commended. […] [We] crawl’d up to the cathedral, and walk’d the great aile till the service was beginning, a time well bestow’d; this was a decent, and honourable performance, but, unluckily for us, no anthem, as that is perform’d on Wednesdays, and Fridays, at evening service.  How few people attend!  Any attendance will soon cease: and I shall live to see when none will be present at a cathedral service, but a reader, a verger, and 2 singing boys; who will gallop it over in a few minutes.

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