excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 210 (98 words)

excerpt from 'Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell' pp. 210 (98 words)

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Transcript of the diaries of Henry Croswell

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It was the Dedication Festival.

[…]

O[rgan]. – Small, old and worn out.

H[ymns]. – The book used was A. & M. but now is Church Hymns.

C[hoir]. – Four men and twelve boys surpliced.  They were not very well behaved which was referred to pointedly in the Sermon.

[The congregation numbered] 150 – Very few males, no big boys, some dirty, ill favoured women - singularly few for a Dedication Festival.

[…]

M[iscellaneous]. – A person fainted (like my wife this morning at Christ Church, Hoxton).  The service is musical, not High not Low but the usual dead level so common now.

 

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