Frances Calvert in Royal Pavilion, Brighton - 1800
from Journal, 1800, page 12:
There was at this time a remarkable pleasant society at Brighton—numbers of agreeable families—and we lived in the most sociable way, meeting every night at one another’s houses.
The Prince of Wales came for a few days to the Pavilion. He gave one musical party at which I was. I played a pool at Commerce with His Royal Highness.
Frances Calvert, Journal, 1800. In Mrs. Warrenne [Alice E.] Blake (ed.), An Irish Beauty of the Regency: Compiled from “Mes Souvenirs”—the unpublished journals of the Hon. Mrs. Calvert 1789–1822 (London, 1911), p. 12. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1530174654762 accessed: 24 May, 2022
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