excerpt from 'Some Observations made travelling through France, Italy etc., in the years 1720-1722' pp. 363-364 (100 words)

excerpt from 'Some Observations made travelling through France, Italy etc., in the years 1720-1722' pp. 363-364 (100 words)

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Some Observations made travelling through France, Italy etc., in the years 1720-1722

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Another Evening, as we were walking on the Pincian Mount, we met with a very agreeable Entertainment, a sort of Carmen Amœbœum, much in the Manner of the old Eclogue. Two Persons had plac'd themselves under the Wall of the Duke of Tuscany's Palace, Villa de' Medici, with their Guitars, and sang alternate […] It was very pleasant and entertaining. Sometimes we have seen the better sort take the Fresco of the Evening in their Chaises, which in agreeable places they cause to stop, and sit in them there, singing and playing on Lutes or Guitars.

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