excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 338 (95 words)

excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 338 (95 words)

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Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791

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Here were a numerous, and decent congregation, with a singing loft crouded; and amongst them one lady in a blue silk bonnet, who sung notably; but the bassoons, and hautboys, were too loud and shreiking: as for the clergyman, he went off in a loud, unintelligible key, like a lawyer reading deeds, and was truly intolerable.  Had I been in the company of those I knew, I could not have refrain’d from laughter.Much singing before the service; likewise the Magnificat, and two psalms: during the sermon mine host slept, and I slumber’d.

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