excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 308-310 (89 words)

excerpt from 'Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791' pp. 308-310 (89 words)

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Tour into Lincolnshire, 1791

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After tea, at seven o’clock, I set off home, in a dull dripping evening, and was return’d, going my best speed, in 50 minutes.  I then bethought me of the playhouse; and to it I went; more barnish misery exists not; the company seem starving: one fiddleand 13 candles composed our music and lights.  I could not laugh; I could not cry; or stay more than two acts.  Except the pronunciation the acting was of the nature of the lordly theatres.  Three acts, only, were finish'd at 9 o'clock.

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