Countess Granville et al. in Brussels - 1 March, 1824
The children have been still happier than usual to-day, as it is the last day of the Carnival; and masqued and grotesque figures, making strange faces and singing Flemish songs, are to be seen in spite of the weather, parading through the town.
Henrietta Elizabeth [Harriet] Leveson Gower, Letter from Lady Granville to her sister, Lady G. Morpeth, 1 March 1824. In F. Leveson Gower (ed.), Letters of Harriet Countess Granville, 1810–1845, volume 1 (London, 1894), p. 260. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1537277878164 accessed: 7 April, 2020
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|Flemish songs sung at a carnival||performed by masked figures|
|Date/Time||1 March, 1824|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, outdoors, in public|
Harriet Leveson Gower's sister, Georgiana Dorothy Howard, was titled Lady Morpeth until September 1825, after which she was titled Lady Carlisle.