excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 66 (113 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 66 (113 words)

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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly

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During our stay in Edinburgh, we brought very good houses, and had two excellent benefits. My late friend Perry, proprietor of the Morning Chronicle, gave me several letters to his literary friends and others ; among whom was Mr. Gillies, now Lord Gillies, whose brother is a merchant in London, and who shewed me many attentions. I had the honour also to be particularly noticed by his Grace the Duke of Queensberry, who was at Edinburgh for Leith Races. It was a novel sight to me, to see from the sands, horses at full speed, and ships in full sail, at no great distance from each other ; and the shore covered with gay equipages.

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