excerpt from 'Journal entry, 11 September 1833' pp. 52 (64 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 11 September 1833' pp. 52 (64 words)

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Journal entry, 11 September 1833

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I fed at a pothouse in Redbridge, the ‘Ship,’ and had a delicious lunch and exquisite ale for a shilling, in a room with a Broadwood piano, and the best works of Clementi, Cramer, and Herz, which were the practice of the landlady’s daughters. Here we have a specimen of the ‘march of intellect’ in the highest degree.

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