excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 272 (90 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 272 (90 words)

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A Tour to North Wales, 1793

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I stay’d out as long as possible, e’r I return’d to my cold meat, with the best pickled salmon I ever tasted for supper; and then call’d in the blind harper, Smith for an hour: I think that these gentry are fallen into a lady-like way of playing, and do not rattle away enough; but tickle up their instruments as the great violin players do, till it sounds like a Jews Harp.  He play’d for an hour: that is long enough, more fatigues the ear.

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