excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. R. Fellowes, 31 August 1803' pp. 103 (77 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. R. Fellowes, 31 August 1803' pp. 103 (77 words)

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Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. R. Fellowes, 31 August 1803

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My friends assure me no death has, in any person’s memory here, been so generally, so deeply lamented. Every member of his cathedral, of which more than forty years he had been the most constant attendant, and brightest ornament, both in the reading-desk and in the musical service, followed his funeral with choral honours and with deluged eyes. Scarcely were any eyes dry amongst that large concourse of people which flocked around in solemn silence.

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