Excerpt from The Senior Songman, Vol. 2 of 3
HE Christmas carol was over. The bells rang out a merry peal, then all was silent. The choristers clambered down the narrow stair, and then, with the exception of Jacob Weird, went into the deanery for their cakes and ale. He, tired enough and cold and shivering, hurried with his dark lantern across the cathedral and out at the little door which opened into the north close, not twenty yards from his own garden gate.
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