excerpt from 'Diary of Mary Berry, 28 February 1821' pp. 292 (127 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Mary Berry, 28 February 1821' pp. 292 (127 words)

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Diary of Mary Berry, 28 February 1821

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When we left the meadow and returned to the great road, the cavalry was still not in sight; and as the light was failing, we began to fear we should be obliged to return before they arrived. But at last the état-major of the General, which had gone to meet them, returned, and placed themselves at the entrance into the great road, and a regiment of Hussars (blue) shortly after appeared. They were, for the most part, good-looking young men, mounted on small and some baddish-looking horses, all as much, and I think not more, out of condition than any horses would be on a long journey, and at picquet every night. Their music, which was excellent, sounded as they entered the road and passed the General.

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