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March 31 Sunday
to have Clovelly when Mrs Hamlyn dies. She was Lady Manners & Mrs Hamlyn's niece – but he was delighted to think that in spite of him being a cripple she married him.
Then I went up to see the old Church were Charles Kinsley father was rector – and the house passed by the house where Charles spent the impressionable years of his life – Tis, in a charming spot across the road & on higher ground then the Church.
Came back to the New Inn for lunch and really had a meal that was satisfying to my good appetite - a fresh caught flat-head – flounder or plaice. Its just the most heavenly evening and since tea I have wandered

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