excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 7–8 September 1818' pp. 156–159 (86 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 7–8 September 1818' pp. 156–159 (86 words)

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Diary of Thomas Moore, 7–8 September 1818

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7th. […] The company at Burdett’s [Sir Francis Burdett, fifth baronet] were the two Hobhouses, Scrope Davies, a little doctor who attends Lady Burdett, and a Mr. Maxwell. […] Music in the evening. Second Miss B[urdett] sung very prettily, and Davies delighted with the share he himself took in the “Waters of Babylon,” a chant of Purcell’s, which he had given Miss B.

 

8th. […] Music in the evening. Burdett’s third daughter, Johanna, an exceedingly pretty girl. Davies’s “Waters of Babylon” again set a-going.

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