excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to Mr [James] Power, 23 May 1812' pp. 277 (39 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to Mr [James] Power, 23 May 1812' pp. 277 (39 words)

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Letter from Thomas Moore to Mr [James] Power, 23 May 1812

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You cannot imagine what a combustible state this country is in—all the common people’s heads are full of revolution. Yesterday the bells of this and the neighbouring villages were ringing all day for the change of Ministry.

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excerpt from 'Letter from Thomas Moore to Mr [James] Power, 23 May 1812' pp. 277 (39 words)

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