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CHAPTER II
PRIVATE LETTERS 1840-1841

were pleased with the gracefulness of his manners. And now appeared my niece Teresita.(l) She struck me as being very like my dear Julia, rather less beautiful, but more intellectual. I am afraid her health has suffered by too close an application to study. Lord Pembroke, Montgomery, and all the other public men I have conversed with seem to think that the Ministry(2) must resign immediately. It is not true that the Queen persists in retaining them against the wishes of the people. She, like her predecessors, is quite passive on this occasion. Prince Albert is thought to have suffered in his health by the unwholesome situation of the new palace. Other reasons are given which are much less probable.

To Mrs Paynter.
[GORE HOUSE] Saturday Morning [May 8, 1841].
... We went this evening to the German Opera.(3) Never was music so excellent. The pieces were " A Night in Grenada " and " Fidelio." Madame Schodel sings divinely, and her acting is only inferior to Pasta's. Grisi never quite satisfied me excepting in

1 Miss Teresa Stopford, who afterwards married Lord Charles Beauclerk.
2"All the world thinks and talks of nothing but the Division next week, and its consequences. The Whigs are clamorous for a dissolu tion."-" Greville Memoirs," May 7, 1847. Lord Melbourne resigned in the following September.
' 3 May 7 1841. German opera : Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, "A Night in Grenada" by Conradin Kreutzer, to conclude with Beethoven's grand opera of " Fidelio,'

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