ansdownes, Westminster, Granvilles, Palmerstons, Argylls, Stanhopes, Cranworths, Wensleydales, Kinnairds; as also from Reeve, Senior, Macaulay,
1808-1871. Of a noble family of Milan; exiled by Austria for her liberal ideas; a traveller and author. Sir Henry Holland, T. Baring, Buxton, Denison, and Mrs. Norton.
He met Thackeray and Cruikshank at L. B. Mackinnon's. He met again Brougham and Lyndhurst.
Lady Byron, an invalid, asked him to tea, referring to the pleasure which he and Lady Arabella King found in each other's society.
He was present at a reception at Strawberry Hill.
The Speaker gave him a seat for a month under the gallery of the House, which he frequently occupied.
London society, agreeable as it was, was too much of a strain, and he left, July 23, for Bains Frascati near Havre.
He wrote, August 8, to J. R. Gordon, of Montpellier:—
I left Dieppe for London, where I enjoyed myself at breakfasts and dinners, besides often attending Parliament.
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