Excerpt from Letters From Brussels, in the Summer of 1835
On any intimation of going abroad, have you not observed that all your friends congratulate you? Do you not hear How delightful l How I envy you l so many times, that at last you actually fancy you are going to enjoy some very new 'and unexpected delight, and in spite of the misery of leaving your own home, and perhaps some who are dear to you behind, you reconcile yourself with the idea, - surely, what all appear to unite in thinking so pleasrng, must have charms, which I also shall discover.
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