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" European had ever been here, and there we were with a band playing, and observing that St Cloup's Potage a la Julienne was perhaps better than his other soups, and that some of the ladies... "
'Up the Country.': Letters Written to Her Sister from the Upper Provinces of ... - Page 116
by Emily Eden - 1866
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Simla, Past and Present

Sir Edward John Buck - Simla - 1904 - 270 pages
...was ' Victoria,' ' God save the Queen,' and ' Candahar' in immense letters twelve feet high. . . . We dined at six, then had fireworks and coffee, and then they all danced till twelve. It was a most beautiful evening, such a moon, and the mountains looked so soft and grave after all the fireworks...
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British Culture and the End of Empire

Stuart Ward - History - 2001 - 241 pages
...from a passage of the book dated 1839, which gives an account of the Queen's Ball in Simla. It was a most beautiful evening; such a moon, and the mountains...European had ever been here, and there we were with a band playing, and observing that St. Cloup's Potage a la Julienne was perhaps better than his other...
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The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard

Katherine E. Kelly - Drama - 2001 - 244 pages
...In the Native State and Indian Ink end with the same quotation from Emily Eden's Up the Country: 46 Twenty years ago no European had ever been here, and there we were with a band playing, and observing that St Cloup's Potage a la Julienne was perhaps better than his other...
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