Dined at Monsr. Brillon's, with many Ladies and Gentlemen...1
Madam Brillon is a Beauty, and a great Mistress of Music, as are her two little Daughters...
The Dinner was Luxury as usual—a Cake was brought in, with 3 Flaggs, flying. On one,
Pride subdued—on another, Haec Dies, in qua fit Congressus, exultemus et potemus in
ea. Supped in the Evening, at Mr. Chamonts.2
In the evening 2 Gentlemen came in, and advised me, to go to Versailles tomorrow.
One of them was the Secretary to the late Ambassador in London, the Count De Noailles.3