excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 240 (99 words)

excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 240 (99 words)

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Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell

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We got there at the Creed and left after the Collection.

[…]

O[rgan]. – Nice, small, plain gold pipes, good.

H[ymns]. – S.P.C.K., an ordinary selection.

C[hoir]. – Ladies, gentlemen and boys, sorted; unsurpliced in Choir stalls.

[The congregation numbered] 350 […]

S[ermon]. – […] It was ordinary, well delivered and manly - a change referred to - the removal of choir and collection in the evening.

[…]

M[iscellaneous]. – We sat behind.  There were many empty seats near.  A hymn book was lent to us.  All were most orderly and attentive.   There were a good many men but few poor.

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