excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 330 (118 words)

excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 330 (118 words)

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Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell

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We got there at 6.50, but the service did not begin until 7.10.

[…]

O[rgan]. – Small and ordinary at the East end.  It was well played.

H[ymns]. – A. & M., a nice selection.

C[hoir]. – Two men and ten boys without cassocks, and dirty surpliced.  The singing was rather good.  It was, in fact, a treat of gregorian singing.

[The congregation numbered] [?]90 – It was a nice collection of poor inhabitants.  All rushed after and were shown into nice seats.

S[ermon]. – We didn't stop.

[…]

M[iscellaneous]. – The pew-opener (female) was the most enthusiastic of persons and found seats and the places for people.  She run in the street because of the boys outside, too.  And lent me a Plain-song Book.

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