excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 329 (107 words)

excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 329 (107 words)

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Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell

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O[rgan]. – Large and powerful - oh so loudly played by a noisy man! (with an address in Piccadilly.)

H[ymns]. – A. & M. we had only one - ordinary.

C[hoir]. – Large, fine, cathedral-like.  Some of the boy solo voices were "heavenly"  The anthem about Miriam was long and operatic.

[The congregation numbered] 800 – It was a large collection of young lady swells and young gentlemen looking after them.  There were few old people.  All the seats are free so the people come early.

S[ermon]. – We din't [sic] stop; but as it is the fine music which is the principle [sic] draw, the sermon was, doubtless, ordinary.

O[rgan]. – Large and powerful - oh so loudly played by a noisy man! (with an address in Piccadilly.)

H[ymns]. – A. & M. we had only one - ordinary.

C[hoir]. – Large, fine, cathedral-like.  Some of the boy solo voices were "heavenly"  The anthem about Miriam was long and operatic.

[The congregation numbered] 800 – It was a large collection of young lady swells and young gentlemen looking after them.  There were few old people.  All the seats are free so the people come early.

S[ermon]. – We din't [sic] stop; but as it is the fine music which is the principle [sic] draw, the sermon was, doubtless, ordinary.

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