excerpt from 'Journal entry, 5 June 1831' pp. 147 (75 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 5 June 1831' pp. 147 (75 words)

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Journal entry, 5 June 1831

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On Friday we dined at the Castle […] Above forty people at dinner, for which the room is not nearly large enough; the dinner was not bad, but the room insufferably hot. […] Directly after coffee the band began to play; a good band, not numerous, and principally of violins and stringed instruments. The Queen and the whole party sat there all the evening, so that it was, in fact, a concert of instrumental music.

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