excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Sarah Lyttelton to Mrs. W.E. [Catherine] Gladstone, 5 November 1849' pp. 394–395 (118 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Sarah Lyttelton to Mrs. W.E. [Catherine] Gladstone, 5 November 1849' pp. 394–395 (118 words)

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Letter from Lady Sarah Lyttelton to Mrs. W.E. [Catherine] Gladstone, 5 November 1849

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You want to know about the royal city visit? It was magnificent, and delightful to see and hear. To me, who have little experience in such scenes, it was really most impressive. […] Everybody in full dress, liveries like the Drawing-Rooms. And all sorts of old feudal city customs—the swans (live ones) in their barge, with their keeper; the Lord Mayor’s barge, quite dazzling, just ahead of ours, and he and all the functionaries in new robes of scarlet cloth or crimson velvet. And such floods of sunshine all the time, and an incessant thundering of “God save the Queen” by a succession of bands, and the bells, and the Tower guns—enough to drive one mad!

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