excerpt from 'Journal entry, 28 April 1821' pp. 222 (64 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 28 April 1821' pp. 222 (64 words)

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Journal entry, 28 April 1821

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Next, the bells at the Hague. I mounted the tower of St. James and remained half stunned though much delighted while they played; examined the barrel and machinery of wires by which they moved; gave the tiger a florin, and after viewing from on high Delft, Rotterdam, and all the other places round this fine green country, descended and proceeded to the fish market.

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