excerpt from 'The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852' pp. 20-21 (64 words)

excerpt from 'The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852' pp. 20-21 (64 words)

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The Diary of R.A.L. Nunns, for the year 1852

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[Saturday March 27 1852] Clayton caught me singing in the dormitory [at Marlborough College]. Finished my first cake of soap. Began one of Brown Windsor. 

[Monday March 29 1852] Found my Brown Windsor soap in L Dormitory. Got an order for a lock on my desk because 3 books and a comb stolen out. […] Got 100 lines of Greek daily till further notice from Clayton for singing in dormitory.

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