excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 205-206 (117 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 205-206 (117 words)

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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly

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A musical entertainment, written by Mr. Dimond for mv benefit, was produced on 
the 23rd May, 1805, entitled "Youth, Love, and Folly." I composed the whole of
the music. It combined the talents of Elliston, Dowton, Mrs. Bland, and Mrs.
Mountain ; and I had an excellent part in it. Miss Decamp acted a Jockey with
such vivacity, dressed it, and looked it, so completely, that she might have
passed as having been brought up at Newmarket. The versatility of this lady's
talent was very great ; as was, to my knowledge, her zeal for her employers, and
affability of manners to every person in the theatre. When she quitted her home,
Drury Lane, her departure was regretted by all.

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