excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 October 1818' pp. 178 (112 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 October 1818' pp. 178 (112 words)

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Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 October 1818

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The party at Bowles’s, at dinner, were the Grossets, Mrs. Merryweather and her son, Henry Joy, Linley, and Miss Miles — a pretty little “tricksy spirit” of a girl, whom I had singled out at the Melksham concert : Mr. Yates, a clergyman, who sings very well, also of the party. In the evening, music. Linley sung words of mine, set by himself, “Oh, if your tears are given to care.” I accompanied some things out of Latrobe, Haydn’s “Agnus Dei,” &c. Linley did not expect to find me so good a musician. Mrs. Merryweather, a fine woman, sang “Angels ever bright and fair” and “In sweetest harmony,” in very good style.

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