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William Coleridge


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 : Communion Service

Dorothy Wordsworth describes church service attended in London in letter to Mary Hutchinson, 5 May 1820: 'Tom and I went with [Mr Johnson] last Sunday but one to the opening of a handsome Chapel given by a Mr Watson to the National Society [for education of poor]. The B[isho]p of London preached, Mr Johnson read prayers, and Mr Wiliam Coleridge (who is appointed morning preacher) read the Communion Service. All the duty was admirably performed ... '

Century: 1800-1849     Reader/Listener/Group: William Coleridge      Print: Book


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