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Honion, it was conjectured, would soon send the parson indoors to evensong.
TELL ENGLANDERNEST RAYMOND
Vespers or Evensong consists of five varying psalms, a hymn, the Magnificat (Luke i. 46-55) and prayers.
Walter remained at home (he was to take the regular Friday evensong) and went into the study by himself.
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
Then evensong, and in the evening, stories and singing again.
THE STORMALEKSANDR NICOLAEVICH OSTROVSKY
The sunset was gilding the towers of San Gimignano when we came out again, and all the bells were ringing for evensong.
A LITTLE PILGRIMAGE IN ITALYOLAVE M. (OLAVE MURIEL) POTTER
At evensong a long discourse with that ancient transgressor, Mr. B——.
I am now waxed old, and would only remember my soul; therefore I take my leave, for I have yet my noon and my evensong to say.
After evensong is over at the cathedral, one or two people will no doubt come thy way.
THE LAUGHING CAVALIERBARONESS ORCZY
Probably King Pelles' wassail was already in progress, or, if not, the goodly knights and gentlewomen were still at evensong.
A KNYGHT THER WASROBERT F. YOUNG
The bird continued to utter its troubled bleat, and the priest walked on, thinking how different was its evensong.
THE LAKEGEORGE MOORE

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