Excerpt from The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc.; Complete in One Volume
Previous to Mr. Moore leaving Paris,the British nobility and gentry resident in that capital gave him a most splendid dinner at Roberts's. About 60 persons Vere pres... ent; Lord Trimblestown was in the chair, supported on his right by Mr. Moore, and on his left by the Earl of Granard. The vice-presidents were Sir Godfrey Webster, Sir John Byerley, and the Reverend Archibald Douglas, who superintended the preparations for the banquet, which consisted of every luxury the gastronomic art could produce. Mr. Moore was in high health and spirits; aonga, catches.
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