excerpt from 'Letter from Horace Walpole to Sir Horace Mann, 7–8 February 1782' pp. 156 (89 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Horace Walpole to Sir Horace Mann, 7–8 February 1782' pp. 156 (89 words)

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Letter from Horace Walpole to Sir Horace Mann, 7–8 February 1782

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So far from juvenile airs, I lead a most recluse life, and scarcely ever go into any public, indeed only to very private places, except what I cannot avoid, the public nights at Gloucester House, and they are not very numerous. I have been once to the Opera to hear the Allegranti, whom I like, and who is almost as much in fashion as Vestris the dancer was last year: the applause to her is rather greater. Pacchierotti is much admired too, and the dancers are a capital set.

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