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Chapter 1: Vienna. Prince Metternich. Journal. Vienna, June 20, 1836.—This f
ry-house about four or five English miles from Vienna.
I had a letter to him, and he came to see me ferent roads, he said, now come from Prague to Vienna, all good, whereas twenty years ago there was tzes are danced alike in Calcutta, Boston, and Vienna—plays two evenings in the week, to the great d poets,—who, I am sorry to find, is absent from Vienna on a journey,—presented a piece to the censors remember in Dresden, Forbes, who was Charge in Vienna for some time, and who is perfectly good autho r, in consequence of which he hastened back to Vienna, avowed himself as the writer, but, to prevent late; I took French leave and hurried back to Vienna, but did not get there till nearly one o'clock ere as good wine as he gives to his friends in Vienna.
In the midst of this, a secretary came in told me that, as British Charge d'affaires at Vienna, he communicated officially to Metternich the [8 more.