excerpt from 'Letter from Sir William Gell to the Miss Berrys, 9 November 1810' pp. 441 (69 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Sir William Gell to the Miss Berrys, 9 November 1810' pp. 441 (69 words)

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Letter from Sir William Gell to the Miss Berrys, 9 November 1810

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The plays are very entertaining, and the singing in them very good. The grotesque dancing, too, I really believe the best in Europe; we go almost every night to something of the kind. To-night ‘Il Barbiere de Sevilla,’ a most capital buffo, Varancio, or some such name. The Queen of Spain had a passion for him, so we are persuading him to come to England to try his fortune.

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