A whole flood of Harewoods, Underwoods, and untold numbers besides, swept into the room as the bell began to ring for evensong.
The bell was chiming for the evensong, and Sir Philip passed in.
At evensong on the fourth day he came to an abbey of white monks, and there was given great cheer.
We make it known we shall be pleased to see them after Mattins and evensong.
Then evensong, and in the evening, stories and singing again.
But alone, at Matins or evensong, he followed his usual habit.
Then, when the bells sounded for evensong, the knights rested again a while, unlacing their helms to breathe the evening air.
I went to evensong when I got back; the bell was tolling just as usual.
I am now bound for the parish of Leigh, where I say evensong at five o'clock.'
The afternoon practice, at the close of evensong, is chiefly devoted to theory.