excerpt from 'Letter from James Frampton to his sister, Mary Frampton, June 1827' pp. 327–328 (66 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from James Frampton to his sister, Mary Frampton, June 1827' pp. 327–328 (66 words)

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Letter from James Frampton to his sister, Mary Frampton, June 1827

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Charlton and I went last night to the opera, and heard the first act of the ‘Mosé’ [sic] and the first act of ‘Tancredi.’ Pasta sang very beautifully in the latter. The Queen of Wurtemberg [Charlotte Augusta] arrived last night. We heard the guns saluting her while at the opera, which is unusual, as in general no salute takes place after sunset.

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excerpt from 'Letter from James Frampton to his sister, Mary Frampton, June 1827' pp. 327–328 (66 words)

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