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Text:"..., . * : ThomasMoore. [No. 219.] to his mother. Friday, 1813. My dearest Mother, - I am sending a good many letters off to-day, and have only time to say God bless you. I got my darling fathers letter yesterday..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...^. . - «* 464 DIARY OF THOMASMOORE. cottage where Beechers sister lives. Mrs. Beecher not able, from rheumatism, to dine with us to-day. In the evening read the new Tithe Act, and find that the oath..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1056 LETTERS. Now a couple of hundreds deserves a proportionate amount of gratitude, and I hereby remit you the same. Yours ever truly, ThomasMoore. To Thomas Longman, Jun., Esq. Sloperton, April..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...936 DL\Ry OF THOMASMOORE. in his clever answer to Lord Palmerston, of some lines of mine from the Melodies. Alluding to the flight of Lord John and most of the other opposition leaders from town..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of ys old women in the Tillage sent her lately s letter from her bod, in which was the following learned piece of oiticiam. The fc^owing lines are written by ThomasMoore, Esq. I confflder them beautiftd..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1852
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Sept. 1842.] THOMASMOORE. 327 September 1st to 11th. Received about the 10th or 11th a letter from Tom^ which agreeably relieved me from the misgivings I have had about my letter to Madame Adelaide..."
Publication date:1853
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Sept. 1842.] THOMASMOORE. 327 September let to 11th. Received about the 10th or 11th a letter from Tom, which agreeably relieved me from the misgivings I have had about my letter to Madame Adelaide..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1852
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of this place has just passed the windows on a tithe-hunting expedition, with a large gun in his gig. This is one of the ministers of peace on earth ! Ever, my dearest Dalton, yom faithful friend, A ThomasMoore..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... be trying what I can do. Ever yours, ThomasMoore. Did I tell you that Murray has been offering me, through Lord Byron, some hundreds (number not specified) a year to become editor of a Review like..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...204 DIARY OF THOMASMOORE. [iElAT. 41. Bessy sends her kindest regards. Auastjvsia is quite well, and is pronounced here to have a Grecque face, and little Tom, in spite of his teeth, flourishes..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1852
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and respect of Your very obedient Servant, • A MiSSOURIAN. ThomasMoore, Esq. To Saniul Rogers, Esq. Sloperton, July 13, 1S37. My dear Rogers, On Saturday last I returned home from my very agreeable..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... acknowledge myself indebted for the attention I have already experienced from jou, and beg you to believe me, dear sir, faithfully yours, ThomasMoore. [No. 162.] TO HIS MOTHER. , 1811. My dearest Mother, - I..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-matters, they have not a tinge of the dross about them. I shall keep my dramatics for another letter. Ever yours, in haste, ThomasMoore. Send the enclosed letter to Power. By-..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... be sometimes remembered over their claret, believe me, my dearest Dalton, ever your attached friend, Thomas ]Moore. ]\Iy Bessys best regards to you and Mrs. Dalton...."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... little girl being in a state to accept our invitation. Ever yours, ThomasMoore. So grant me, God, from every care, And stain of passion free, Aloft, through Virtues purer air, To hold my course to thee..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of being illustrated. I shall send you by the next packet our third volume corrected. Yours ever, • T. Moore. To Thomas Longman, Jun., Esq. Sloperton, Dec. 28, 1839. Dear Tom, I feel really and truly..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Statia, which makes us very uneasy ; but Barbara is in high bloom, and has nut forgot Coopsh. Ever yours, my dear Mar}^, ThomasMoore. [No. 290.] to his mother. Donington, Friday, Aug. 1814. My dearest..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., In disappointment ends; In short, theres notliing I detest So much as all my friends. But most of all, you ThomasMoore, the most faithless of men ! If I had any spirit at all, but I have not, I would not write you..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1857
Publication place:New York, USA