excerpt from 'Letter from Frances Burney to Susanna Burney, June 1780' pp. 161 (91 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Frances Burney to Susanna Burney, June 1780' pp. 161 (91 words)

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Letter from Frances Burney to Susanna Burney, June 1780

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Our Conversation would have lasted till leave taking, but for our being interrupted by Miss Miller, a most beautiful little Girl of 10 years old. Miss White begged her to sing us a French song, - she Coqueted, - but Mrs Riggs came to us, and said if I wished it, I did her Grand Daughter great honour, and she insisted upon her obedience. The little Girl Laughed and complied,- we went into another Room to hear her, followed by the Miss Caldwells. She sung in a pretty Childish manner enough.

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