No operas, plays or concerts are allowed in London on Sundays; and even cards are so expressly forbid, that none but persons of quality play on that day; the rest of the nation go either to church, to the tavern, or to see their mistresses.
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About the Author
Director of the Voltaire foundation, Nicholas Cronk is Fellow and Tutor in French at St Edmund's Hall and faculty Lecturer, Oxford.