excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 204 (115 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 204 (115 words)

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A Tour to North Wales, 1793

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In a cool parlour [at the inn] I breakfasted comfortably; wrote letters; and then enquired about church going;my landlord thought it would be evening-service, but it proved to be morning:―So I powdered my hair, enter’d the church, and was shewn into a good pew amidst some farmers.  A large church; but a small congregation.Mr Dundasor somebody very like him, drawled the prayers; and deliver'd a sermon.Our service is most fatiguing, and ill put together, too tedious for age, or for youth.  Mr D. lesson’d us about the Philistines; and preach’d to us about the Pharisees […] Some poor weak singing.  The Catholick service is much better than ours.

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