Dined with Mr. Challut, one of the Farmers General.1
We were shewn into the superbest Gallery that I have yet seen. The Paintings, Statues
and Curiosities were innumerable. The old Marshall Richlieu dined there, and a vast
Number of other great Company.
After dinner, M. Challut invited Dr. F. and me, to go to the Opera, and take a Seat
in his Logis. We did. The Musick and dancing were very fine.