excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 10 June 1819' pp. 327 (95 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 10 June 1819' pp. 327 (95 words)

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Diary of Thomas Moore, 10 June 1819

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Went with the Dunmores and Lady Ann Hamilton to St. Paul’s: a most interesting spectacle; near 12,000 children assembled in that grand church. Nothing could be more striking than their all, at the same moment, rising and veiling their faces with their aprons at the first sound of the organ and at the Benediction. We were in the Lord Mayor’s seat, as were also Lord and Lady Darnley, &c.; but afterwards we went to the organ-loft, from which the coup d’oeil was most beautiful. Lady Dunmore was in tears during the Coronation Anthem.

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