excerpt from 'Confessions of a Tradesman' pp. 163 (77 words)

excerpt from 'Confessions of a Tradesman' pp. 163 (77 words)

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Confessions of a Tradesman

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In the course of business we had made the acquaintance of a French lady, said to be a countess, and through her we became intimate with her son and a lady from Sweden reputed to be his wife. He was a pupil of Schubert, and an exquisite violinist, and as I was always a great lover of music, and he was exceedingly hospitable, we often went to his house, which was close at hand in Melbourne Grove. 

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