Excerpt from Travels in Italy, Descriptive of the Rural Manners and Economy of That Country
I was struck with this sentiment as soon as I arrived at Turin. I could have fancied myself in some large and hand some town of France; so great a resemblance was there in all the objects that met my eye. One would have supposed that the dresses, the ornaments, the shops, the promenades, and the placards in the streets, had been sent from Paris with the, Restaurateurs, and the Journal des Modes.
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