excerpt from 'Journal entry, 25 April 1821' pp. 213 (62 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 25 April 1821' pp. 213 (62 words)

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Journal entry, 25 April 1821

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We arrived next at a beautifully fortified town, called Breda. We were then driven by a coachman instead of a postillion, and were no [l]onger tormented with the monkey-like absurdity of whip cracking peculiar to France and Belgium, but had the way cleared by a bugle horn, which, of course, was more effective and by no means annoying to our ears.

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