excerpt from 'Musical letters from abroad' pp. 179 (122 words)

excerpt from 'Musical letters from abroad' pp. 179 (122 words)

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Musical letters from Abroad

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After six societies had sung, a recess of half an hour was proclaimed, when the vast multitude retired to the garden, where greetings were given and friends welcomed, and refreshments abundant were passed round, with “wine which maketh glad the heart of man.” It was interesting to move about among the thronged avenues and crowded tables, see the eating and drinking and smoking, and hear the mirthful laugh and lively prattle of the busy people. It was fraught with instructive lessons, too; but we must not moralize now, but only attempt to describe. The half-hour having been prolonged by one half or more, the sound of the trumpet was heard, calling again to action, and soon the contest was resumed.

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