excerpt from 'Diary of Caroline Powys, 1776' pp. 161 (81 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Caroline Powys, 1776' pp. 161 (81 words)

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Diary of Caroline Powys, 1776

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When in London this spring (1776) we had the very high entertainment, at a private concert, of hearing the celebrated Mrs. Sheridan sing many songs, accompanied by Giardini on the violin. I had never had that pleasure since she was Miss Linley; was then charmed, but more so now. I think indeed her voice, person, and manner are more than one generally sees combined, and then her being so totally unaffected, render each ten times as pleasing as otherwise they would be.

 

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