excerpt from 'Journal of a Tour into Yorkshire and Derbyshire, 1757' pp. 31 (55 words)

excerpt from 'Journal of a Tour into Yorkshire and Derbyshire, 1757' pp. 31 (55 words)

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Journal of a Tour into Yorkshire and Derbyshire, 1757

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At two the bell rings for dinner, and, as before said, ease without unnecessary ceremony reigns here. Every one sits down without any form, those who come first by the rule taking the uppermost seats at the long table. There is a gallery for a band of music, who play the whole time of meals.

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excerpt from 'Journal of a Tour into Yorkshire and Derbyshire, 1757' pp. 31 (55 words)

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