excerpt from 'Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes 1 April 1756' pp. 418 (84 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes 1 April 1756' pp. 418 (84 words)

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Letter from Mrs Delany to Mrs Dewes 1 April 1756

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Mary was most happy yesterday, dined with Mrs. Donnellan, and went between six and seven to Lady Cowper's concert...

The oratorio was charming last night and very full, notwithstanding a ball at Norfolk House given for the Duke of Cumberland's entertainment, an assembly at Lady Townsends's, and a concert at Lady Cowper's.  We are to have but three oratorios more; I hope to go to them all; I have only missed one, and that I gave up to spend the afternoon with Mrs Donnellan.

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