excerpt from 'Journal entry, 17 August 1828' pp. 337 (73 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 17 August 1828' pp. 337 (73 words)

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Journal entry, 17 August 1828

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17th [Aug.].—Having now done what business I had here, and prepared to start for England again, I shall just memorandum down a few short remarks as to the changes that have taken place since I was last in Paris.

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Amusements: French opera rather improved. Italian opera rather fallen off: their band, which I thought the best I ever heard, is now no more than equal to that of our opera.

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