excerpt from 'Letter from Horace Walpole to Mary Berry, 30 May 1796' pp. 400 (112 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Horace Walpole to Mary Berry, 30 May 1796' pp. 400 (112 words)

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Letter from Horace Walpole to Mary Berry, 30 May 1796

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The scene at the Opera on Saturday was much stronger than even the papers represented. The Princess* at first retired, but the Duke of Leeds persuaded her to stand up and curtsey. She did, and then all the house rose, and then every woman as well as man, in every part, clapped incessantly, and repeated it, and it was well two other persons were not there, as insults were loudly declared to be intended, and on their not appearing, ‘God save the King’ was called for, and sung with the same view.

 *Editor’s fn: The Princess of Wales [Caroline of Brunswick], who was now separated from the Prince.

 

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