Excerpt from The British Prose Writers, Vol. 7: Lady M. W. Montagu's Letters From Constantinople
Wticalahﬂlnotaayoaaooogant entertainment. Rm, which enliven every part, and that in spreads through the whole; besidesi for which it may justly be accounted i glish tongue; the reader will find a 11 account of the customs and manner: with whom this lady conversed, the author. But, as her ladyship's pen inmost follies of the heart, so the passed over them with an air of pity, treating with the politeness of a co of a lady, what the severity of her 1' condemn.
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