excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 19 December 1799' pp. 98–99 (93 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 19 December 1799' pp. 98–99 (93 words)

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Letter from Thomas Moore to his mother, Anastasia Moore, 19 December 1799

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I dined with Mr. Biggin on Sunday. […] He is a man of very easy fortune, and quite a virtuoso: he is a great chemist, mechanic, musician, and he has undertaken to eradicate my bilious complaint. A charming woman made the third at a very elegant dinner. She is the most exquisite performer I ever heard on the piano; and he has a beautiful organ, which she plays in the grandest cathedral style. They have lately been at Brussels, and collected all the newest music on the Continent. I never had such a banquet.

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