excerpt from 'Diary of Lady Sarah Lyttelton, 23 January 1814' pp. 182 (87 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Lady Sarah Lyttelton, 23 January 1814' pp. 182 (87 words)

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Diary of Lady Sarah Lyttelton, 23 January 1814

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Last night I did go out, and was very much delighted by seeing a little Russian play, or opera, extremely well acted, sung and danced, in a room, by Russians. The music was remarkably pretty; the dancing beautiful; Cossack dances which are so manly and martial and gay, they are quite cheering to look at. The national costume is very pretty; they wear silver, or rather tin heels to their boots, which they keep knocking together, making a measured little noise like castenets, and quite as lively.

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