excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 282 (70 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 282 (70 words)

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A Tour to North Wales, 1793

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[Byng has described his arrival at the inn, after a journey on horseback and through difficult terrain in the pouring rain.]

 Miseries overcomforts begin;candles,a great fire, newspaper, supper, and the harper, with as tolerable port wine as I have found in Wales.The harper rattled away, and in a loud key, as I liked, till the sound lost its effect; and then I took to my writing.

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