excerpt from 'Diary of Mary Berry, 21 July 1826' pp. 365 (124 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Mary Berry, 21 July 1826' pp. 365 (124 words)

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Diary of Mary Berry, 21 July 1826

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We have passed three weeks here in the greatest tranquillity. We have led the most uniform life, and all the more agreeable to me for being so. We got up at eight o’clock in the morning; walked from nine o’clock till ten; after breakfast we each remained in our own room till four o’clock, when we dined; then loitered a little in the garden; about six o’clock went to the library to read the daily papers; then a walk—always ending between eight and nine o’clock—in the portico of the Sherborne Spa, to hear the music; and at nine o’clock, after tea, each took a book till past eleven o’clock, when we separated for the night.

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