Charles Moore Charles Moore

The Spectator’s notes | 27 October 2007

Charles Moore's thoughts on the week

This week, my family celebrated a century of continuous occupation of the house in Sussex where my sister now lives. The place came into the family in the 19th century, but was let to the Church of England Temperance Society as a home for 38 ‘adult male inebriates’ until my great-grandfather and his second wife reclaimed it.

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