excerpt from 'Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore' pp. 235–236 (116 words)

excerpt from 'Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore' pp. 235–236 (116 words)

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Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore

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235–236

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Company at the Duc de Broglie's, Lord and Lady Bessborough, Duc and Duchesse Dalberg, Wm. Schlegel, Count Forbin, M. de Lafayette, Auguste de Stael, the Swedish ambassador, and, to my surprise, Madame Durazzo, of whom I have been hearing so much in all directions. A fine woman; must have been beautiful; not at all like an Italian. Sat next Miss Randall, and had much talk about Lord Byron. […] Sung in the evening. Madame Durazzo perfectly acquainted with all my “Melodies,” Irish and National. All seemed much pleased with my singing; the Duchesse de Broglie exclaiming continually, Oh Dieu, que c’est joli! M. Schlegel said I made the English language sound as soft as the Italian.

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