excerpt from 'Diary of John Yeoman, 17 April 1774' pp. 34 (122 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of John Yeoman, 17 April 1774' pp. 34 (122 words)

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Diary of John Yeoman, 17 April 1774

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Went to the Chap(el) of ease in the Morning.  after diner we went to the Prisbetariens meeting where they Sung all over the Meetg, the 105th. Plalm (sic), the notes as we Sing them.  the Clerk begins first, he Sings a Tenor Voice, the women Eight above and the Men as can go down an eight below the Clerk.  they Sing all one Notes but it is a most Dolfull Harmony.  home to Tea then we went to the Methodist meeting, where they Sing in Like Manner.  Its a Preatyer Harmony to the ear, but the three different Religgens which I have been to day to hear does agree more in their Singing then they does in their Doctrin by much

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