Frances Calvert in London - 8 March, 1813, in the afternoon
from Journal entry, 8 March 1813, page 199:
I afterwards sat with Isabella from five till half-past six, while there Lady Darnley and her daughters came there. They brought General Stuart’s son, a boy of near seven with them. I never saw so agreeable, clever, or charming a boy. They say his passions are dreadful and uncontrolled, but he was in a very good humour, gave his opinion on every subject, joined in conversation, and sung an Italian song for us. I should be terrified if I had such a child!
Frances Calvert, Journal entry, 8 March 1813. In Mrs. Warrenne [Alice E.] Blake (ed.), An Irish Beauty of the Regency: Compiled from “Mes Souvenirs”—the unpublished journals of the Hon. Mrs. Calvert 1789–1822 (London, 1911), p. 199. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1530181399945 accessed: 22 May, 2022
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|An Italian song||performed by A six-year-old boy|
|Date/Time||8 March, 1813, in the afternoon|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|