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When the two men eventually met each other the dispute was settled and they soon became very close friends. Between and Moore appeared each year with the Kilkenny Players in a charitable series of performances in Kilkenny staged by a mixture of the Irish elite and professional actors.
Moore married an actress, Elizabeth "Bessy" Dyke, younger sister of tragedienne-to-be Mary Ann Duff , in , whom he had met with the Kilkenny players where she was working with her sisters.
Moore did not initially tell his parents of his marriage, possibly because his wife was an English Protestant , but more probably because his marriage to a woman without a dowry would not help his financial prospects. His marriage was generally judged to be very happy, although Bessy shrank from fashionable society to such an extent that many of her husband's friends never met her some of them jokingly doubted her very existence ; those who did meet her nearly all had a high regard for her.
In the Moore family were living in Hornsey in a house at the foot of Muswell Hill. There he wrote Lalla Rookh , and there his daughter Barbara died, and was buried in Hornsey Churchyard. In the early years of his career, Moore's work was largely generic and had he died at this point he would likely not have been considered an Irish poet. Following a request by the publishers James and William Power, he wrote lyrics to a series of Irish tunes in the manner of Haydn 's settings of British folksongs, with Sir John Andrew Stevenson as arranger of the music.
They were originally published in ten volumes and a supplement between and , the musical arrangements of the last volumes after Stevenson's death being done by Henry Bishop. Several examples of his music, such as Farewell! But Whenever You Welcome the Hour are available online. There was never a collected volume of Moore's Melodies in his lifetime, but many appeared not long afterwards. Some of them were made by Irish composers wanting to improve the accompaniments of Stevenson, which were often considered too simple or not appropriate to the songs.
In Moore wrote M. Although it received positive reviews Moore did not enjoy writing for the stage and decided not to work in the medium again despite being occasionally tempted. After originally being a devoted supporter of the Prince of Wales, he turned against him after when he became Prince Regent and was seen to embrace the Tory government in spite of his past association with the Whigs.
Another major target was the Foreign Secretary Lord Castlereagh who was repeatedly lampooned in Moore's works such as Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress which parodied the Aix-la-Chapelle diplomatic conference between Britain and her Allies portraying it as a boxing match.
Around this time Moore also began working on a biography of the playwright and politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan , whom he met numerous times, but partly due to legal reasons it was not published until In company with Lord John Russell he went to the Continent and after a Grand Tour through France, Switzerland and Italy lived in Paris until notably with the family of Martin de Villamil , when the debt was finally paid off partly with the help of his latest patron Lord Lansdowne and with an advance given him by his publisher Longmans.
During his travels across Europe he briefly spent time with Lord Byron in Venice : this was to be their last meeting. Byron gave Moore his memoirs with instruction to publish them after his death as a literary executor. Moore was much criticised later for allowing himself to be persuaded to destroy Byron's memoirs at the behest of Byron's family because of their damningly honest content. After returning to Britain, Moore published new poetry, but in spite of good reviews and good sales he was growing disillusioned with writing poetry and he began to consider writing novels, a genre made increasingly popular by the success of Walter Scott.
It proved very popular, went through a number of editions quickly and helped give Moore a more serious reputation among his literary contemporaries. He finally settled in Sloperton Cottage at Bromham, Wiltshire , England, and became a novelist and biographer as well as a successful poet. Around the time of the Reform Act he was invited to stand for parliament, and considered it, but nothing came of it.
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