excerpt from 'Journal entry, 22 April 1830' pp. 338–339 (74 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 22 April 1830' pp. 338–339 (74 words)

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Journal entry, 22 April 1830

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338–339

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This morning we went to an Ursuline convent to see two girls take the veil. The ceremony was neither imposing, nor interesting, nor affecting, nor such as I expected. I believe all this would have been the case had it been the black veil, but it was the white unfortunately. […] The chapel was adorned with gold brocade, and blue and silver hangings, flowers, tapers; a good orchestra, and two or three tolerable voices.

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