excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 239 (67 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 239 (67 words)

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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly

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On the 30th May, 1808, I witnessed the retirement of my friend, Madame Storace, 
from the stage, in her favourite part of Margaretta, in "No Song, no Supper."
Colman wrote a farewell address for her, which she sang in character ; and
quitted public life, esteemed and regretted by all those who were acquainted with
her. I continued in intimate friendship with her to the day of her death.

On the 30th May, 1808, I witnessed the retirement of my friend, Madame Storace, 
from the stage, in her favourite part of Margaretta, in "No Song, no Supper."
Colman wrote a farewell address for her, which she sang in character ; and
quitted public life, esteemed and regretted by all those who were acquainted with
her. I continued in intimate friendship with her to the day of her death.

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