guests at Chatsworth House in Chatsworth House, Derbyshire - January, 1815
You cannot imagine what a sensation the Prince’s song excited at Chatsworth.* It was in vain to guard your property; they had it sung and repeated over so often that they all took copies of it, and I dare say, in the course of next week, there will not be a Whig lord or lady in England who will not be in possession of it.
*“When first I met thee warm and young,” &c.
Thomas Moore, Letter from Thomas Moore to Mr [James] Power, 31 January 1815. In Lord John Russell and Lord John Russell (ed.), Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore, volume 2 (London, 1853), p. 64. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1593535610212 accessed: 28 September, 2021
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'When first I met thee warm and young'
written by Thomas Moore
|performed by Thomas Moore|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|
Moore's song refers to the Prince Regent's political abandonment of Ireland, set in the guise of a love song. James Power was Moore's publisher.