excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 346 (84 words)

excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 346 (84 words)

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Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791

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Climb hill to cathedral […]

 The service was nobly perform’d; Drs Douglas, and Smith, canons residentiary, attended, in all form, and at the communion service; a choir of 10 boys, and 5 men, of whom one boy and two men appear’d to have good voices; the Litany was chanted in the middle isle by two lay-vicars with voices like bulls.  When this duty is well done, it becomes the best spiritual concert; better than those at which you are overwhelmed by fiddlers, and Italian singers.

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