Part 9 - Gossip and verses about Mr [Barwell?] Ewins Bennett

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Gossip and verses about Mr [Barwell?] Ewins Bennett


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Account of mistake made by Mr [Barwell?] Ewins Bennett at a party given by Mark Philips during the assize week at Warwick: having drunk 'freely' of the 'wonderful sherry', he called it on leaving 'that excellent Marsala'. Also a comic poem about the occasion composed by a 'wag in court' when asked 'how many rhymes he could make to Marsala in 10 minutes'.

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Perhaps in Caroline Trevelyan's hand.

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