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How to Enjoy Paris in 1842

Intended to Serve as a Companion and Monitor, Containing Historical, Political, Commercial, Artistical, Theatrical and Statistical Information

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Author: F. Hervé
Published: 1842
Language: English
Wordcount: 112,731 / 333 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 24.7
LoC Category: G
Downloads: 1,216
Added to site: 2006.12.06 15491
Genres: Travel, Art

in their power to make us comfortable; but it so happened that the Colonel and his family were persons of most conciliating manners, devoid of hauteur in their demeanour, possessing in fact the very qualities calculated to propitiate a good feeling on the part of the French. After we had been in the house some time, we observed to those persons who assured us we should be so ill treated, that we found the case quite the reverse; and, the answer was, wait until the time comes when, you are about to depart, and then when you are called upon to produce the plates, crockery, glasses, knives, forks, etc., you will see who you have to deal with; if there be any thing in the slightest degree chipped, they will make you pay extravagantly for damages. But when at last the awful day of departure arrived, I had every thing collected of the description alluded to, and Madame Fournier would not even look at them, and observed if there were any thing injured she was sure it was to so trifling an amount that it was not wort



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