excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 7 November 1803' pp. 139 (78 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 7 November 1803' pp. 139 (78 words)

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Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 7 November 1803

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This Norfolk, the capital of Virginia, is a most strange place […] The first object I saw on entering Colonel Hamilton’s drawing-room was a harpsichord, which looked like civilisation, and delighted me extremely; and in the evening we had a Miss Mathews, who played and sung very tolerably indeed; but music here is like whistling to a wilderness. She played some of dear Kate’s[*] lessons, which brought the tears into my eyes with recollection.

 

[*Moore’s sister]

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