excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 195 (86 words)

excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 195 (86 words)

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Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell

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O[rgan]. – Small, hidden and simply played.

H[ymns]. – S.P.C.K. old edition with the Charterhouse crest.

C[hoir]. – Little lads, unsurpliced.

[The congregation numbered] 46 – Brethren, all in gowns, aged, a grand sight and (say) thirty residents.  We sat in stalls like in a cathedral.

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M[iscellaneous]. – Currie [George Currey, Master of Charterhouse, 1872–85]  is High Church, but, of course, here ritual would be quite out of place, so all read, he being fearfully near sighted.  The whole is a beautiful relic of the past.

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