Produced by the Library of Congress, this website is an online version of an exhibition focusing on Franklin's achievements as a printer and writer, an inventor and scientist, and, particularly, as a politician and statesman.
Everywhere on the tour he was lionized by American admirers The occasion demanded the best on the part of the caterer, and what was served exactly reflected the ruling taste of the time. Selection of the City Hotel for the festivity was almost automatic, for it enjoyed semi-official status as the most suitable setting in New York for civic celebrations Lafayette was entertained there in The Dickens dinner inJournalist style in tended to be as effluent as the diet of the day was diffuse, and the New York newspapers reporting the grand doings at the City Hotel on February 18 conformed to the conventions and language of the time; in accordance with the custom devoting only a few lines The time was At the close of his tour, he made one exception to the rule of no entertainments.
This was in favor of the New York Press Club, which was eager to do honor to one member of the craft who had gone on to fame and fortune. So on April 18,Dickens was the guest of the press of New York at a gala banquet. Lorenzo Delmonico regarded that dinner with particular pride.
Although it was neither the largest, nor the costliest, nor the most striking its composition, it game him special satisfaction The dining room exuded luxury.
Deep-pile carpet muted the footfall of the waiters, damask draperies framed the windows, the gas light in the chandeliers were softly shaded, the tables flashed with crystal and silver on snowy linen and were bright with flowers Sugar was not ashamed to imitate him, and even ice cream had frozen into solid obeisance Tiny Tim was discovered in pate de foie gras Not only did [Delmonico] make it a Dickens dinner, he made it dinner of Dickens.
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