excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 280 (141 words)

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The road from Auber to Conway Ferry is beautiful. The view of the sea, on one 
side, and a highly-cultivated country on the other, with the lofty mountain of
Penman Maur, towering to the skies, form indeed a splendid prospect; and to add
to the earthly beauties round me, the morning was serene, with a true Neapolitan
sky. I crossed the ferry in the carriage; and when passing Conway Castle, the place
where (in the "Castle Spectre,") it was supposed, "Megin ho, Megin he," was sung,
it gave me great delight to recal the melody, nor could I resist singing it all through ; while the boatmen and passengers, who of course did not participate
in the feelings by which I was actuated, seemed much astonished, and, by their
silence, not ill pleased at the animated manner in which I was singing.

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