excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 270 (97 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour to North Wales, 1793' pp. 270 (97 words)

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A Tour to North Wales, 1793

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I had been 8 hours on horseback […] The stables were good; and the hostler active, and intelligent: The harper too, (reckoned a fine one,) soon struck up at my door, and was admitted; but I beg’d him not to be fine, or to play with variations, but to dash away good old Welsh tunes.I now resolved upon a walk,  […]  when, coming in, the harper rejoin’d me at supper time, and stay’d till 10 o’clock, at which hour he was obliged to attend a singing party in the town, I went to bed, very tired.

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