excerpt from 'Letter from Harriet Mundy to her mother, Lady Harriot H. Frampton, 15 June 1831' pp. 373 (81 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Harriet Mundy to her mother, Lady Harriot H. Frampton, 15 June 1831' pp. 373 (81 words)

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Letter from Harriet Mundy to her mother, Lady Harriot H. Frampton, 15 June 1831

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I am glad to tell you that I was able to go to the Queen’s ball on Monday last, about which I had really felt very doubtful, and I enjoyed the first part very much. 

We arrived at the Palace early enough to see the King, Queen, and Princesses enter the ball-room and take their seats, the band of course playing ‘God save the King’ as they walked and bowed along. It was a splendid sight altogether.

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