excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 270-271 (136 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 270-271 (136 words)

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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly

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August 1811, Signora Bertinotti, Naldi, Signer Cavini, a very sweet tenor 
singer, and his wife, a very pretty singer, and beautiful woman, Madame Naldi, Miss Naldi, and myself, were engaged by Mr. Jones to perform two Italian operas
at the Dublin Theatre. One of them was "II Furbo contro il Furbo;" the other,
Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte." Signora Bertinotti, who was one of the most popular
prima donnas on the Italian stage, pleased very much; but the houses not
answering the expectations either of ourselves or Mr. Jones, we performed very
few nights, and the party set off, via Belfast, for Scotland, to appear under the
management of Corri, at Edinburgh; afterwards to go back to Liverpool for a few
nights, and then return to London. It was proposed to me to accompany them, but
I declined.

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