A New Medley of Memories

David Hunter-Blair

[...]who may not like it! From Arundel I dawdled along the south coast to Canterbury, and paid a delightful visit to my old friends Canon and Mrs. Moore at their charming residence (incorporating the ancient monastic guest-house) in the close. I spent hours exploring the glorious cathedral-the most interesting (me judice) if not the most beautiful in England. The close, too, really is a close, with a watchman singing out in the small hours, Past two oclock-misty morning-a-alls we-e-ell! and the enclosure so complete that though we could hear the Bishop of Dovers dinner-bell on the other side of the wall, my host and hostess had to drive quite a long way round, [...].