excerpt from 'Journal entry, 2 December 1833' pp. 40 (77 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 2 December 1833' pp. 40 (77 words)

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Journal entry, 2 December 1833

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I went yesterday to Edward Irving’s chapel to hear him preach, and witness the exhibition of the tongues. […] The business was conducted with decency, and the congregation was attentive. It began with a hymn, the words given out by one of the assistant preachers, and sung by the whole flock. This, which seems to be common to all dissenting services, is always very fine, the full swell of human voices producing a grand effect.

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