excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to E.T. Dalton, Esq., 1815' pp. 87 (47 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to E.T. Dalton, Esq., 1815' pp. 87 (47 words)

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Letter from Thomas Moore to E.T. Dalton, Esq., 1815

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In one of Lord Byron’s letters to me after I left London, he mentioned having met you, and that Mrs. Dalton sung “one of my best songs so well that, only for the appearance of affectation, he could have cried.” Was it “Could’st thou look?”

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excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to E.T. Dalton, Esq., 1815' pp. 87 (47 words)

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