excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 12 July 1800' pp. 106 (96 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 12 July 1800' pp. 106 (96 words)

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Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 12 July 1800

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I met […] Prince William, the other night, at a very elegant party at Lady Dering’s, and was introduced to him. A young girl told me, that he had been asking her questions about me and my birth, parentage, &c., with all the curiosity of the royal family. I was obliged that night to sing every one of my songs twice. The day before yesterday I was at a splendid déjeuner of Sir John Coghill’s: we had charming music. I sang several things with Lord Dudley and Miss Cramer (sister to Sir J. Coghill).

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