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entleman replied, Pardon, monsieur, il naetait pas mon compatriote, car moi je suis Francais.. . . .
May 1.—To-day there was a Court, and I went to it and took the proper ceremonious leave of the royal family.
It was very full, because it is the last of the season, as they all go to Pillnitz tomorrow, and do not return till October.
The circle lasted a good while; the princesses were there, and it was plain they intended not only to be civil, but to be kind.
Our Charge d'affaires at Brussels, Mr. Legare, arrived at Dresden early this morning, to pass a few days.
We missed him when we were in Belgium, but he wrote to me soon afterwards that he would come and return our visit in Dresden.
May 4.— Mr. Legare left us this evening. . . . . We were sorry to part from him, for he is a man of very agreeable as well as remarkable powers, and he has literally been the whole of each day with us. . . . . His conversation is very rich, and was truly refreshing to us, after having been so