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1450-1945

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1700-1799
1800-1849
[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]A New Version of the Psalms of DavidPrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803Print: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Quarterly Journal of Foreign Medicine and SurgeryPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Holy BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Apocryphal New TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849Henry Mayhew's interview with a seller of street stationery: 'I read "Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper" on a Sunday, and what... [n/a]Lloyd's Weekly NewspaperPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849
1850-1899
Henry Mayhew interviews a street buyer of waste paper: "The only worldly labour I do on a Sunday is to take my fami...anon [n/a]Lloyd's Weekly NewspaperPrint: Broadsheet, Newspaper
1900-1945'[the father of Harry Burton] 'an irregularly employed housepainter, liked a "stirring novel" but nothing more challen... [n/a]The Daily ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1500-1599When he was ordained, the Bishop (who in those days was primus Presbyter, or Praeses) seeking to oppose him, asked him...John Carter [n/a]Old TestamentPrint: Book
1500-1599When he was ordained, the Bishop (who in those days was primus Presbyter, or Praeses) seeking to oppose him, asked him...John Carter [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1500-1599
1600-1699
For his carriage and deportment in his Family, it was sober, grave, and very Religious. He there offered up the Morni...John Carter [n/a]ScripturesPrint: Book
1900-1945'Derek Davies could not recall that his mother had ever read a book. His father, a die-caster in an automobile factory... [n/a][local and sports papers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Derek Davies could not recall that his mother had ever read a book. His father, a die-caster in an automobile factory...Derek Davies [n/a][local and sports papers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Derek Davies could not recall that his mother had ever read a book. His father, a die-caster in an automobile factory...Derek Davies [n/a]The WizardPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Derek Davies could not recall that his mother had ever read a book. His father, a die-caster in an automobile factory...Derek Davies [n/a]The HotspurPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Derek Davies could not recall that his mother had ever read a book. His father, a die-caster in an automobile factory...Derek Davies [n/a][books on model railways]Print: Book
1900-1945'Charlie Chaplin was a classic autodidact, always struggling to make up for a dismally inadequate education, groping h...Charles Spencer Chaplin [n/a][a Latin-English Dictionary]Print: Book
1700-1799'Gifford had read only some ballads, the black-letter romance Parismus and Parismenus, some odd loose magazines of his...William Gifford [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899
1900-1945
'[Aneurin Bevan] burrowed through the Tredegar Workmen's Institute Library, and acquired his characteristically grandi...Aneurin (Nye) Bevan [n/a]Roget's ThesaurusPrint: Book
1900-1945'With autodidact diligence [Leslie Paul] closed in on the avant-garde. He read "Prufrock" and "The Waste Land", though...Leslie Paul [n/a]The NationPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I rose with a heavy heart on the Sunday morning, and read mechanically a chapter in the little Bible in which my moth...Charles Manby Smith [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Upon one of the interminable book-stalls, or rather book-walls, which displayed their leafy barrens along the quays o...Charles Manby Smith [n/a]TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849'Upon one of the interminable book-stalls, or rather book-walls, which displayed their leafy barrens along the quays o...Charles Manby Smith [n/a]TelemaquePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'In the course of a fortnight I could manage, with the help of a dictionary, to read the advertisements in the French ...Charles Manby Smith [n/a][newspaper advertisements]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'One day, [after] an hour's study, I managed to get all the meaning of an advertisement in the Moniteur...'Charles Manby Smith [n/a]MoniteurPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'"The Times" newspaper was taken in daily, and it was the office of each compositor in town to read the debates and le...Charles Manby Smith [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Then we met in-doors for supper, with the home-made loaf and the cambray cheese; and then came the old family Bible a... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'My uncle and some others were subscribers to The Weekly Dispatch, each of the subscribers agreeing as to the time and...villagers of South Mimms [n/a]The Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899?Besides the standard works of our great writers, I subscribed to a few serials, mostly educational. These included "B...Thomas Burt [n/a]British ControversionalistPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899?Besides the standard works of our great writers, I subscribed to a few serials, mostly educational. These included "B...Thomas Burt [n/a]Educational CoursePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899?In January 1860, appeared the Cornhill magazine, with Thackeray as its editor. The price was a shilling? As soon as I...Thomas Burt [n/a]The Cornhill MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Opening the "Newcastle Chronicle" one November morning of 1865, I observed a long letter signed "A Coalowner". From b...Thomas Burt [n/a]Newcastle ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899?When about fourteen years old a comrade lent me a few stray numbers of the "London Journal", a highly spiced periodic...Thomas Burt [n/a]London JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?For reading aloud the one book used was the Bible, the Psalms being always selected. Directly the last Psalm was fini...Thomas Catling [n/a]PsalmsPrint: Book
1850-1899?There were no free libraries, so the younger hands joined with me in starting a "Literary Fund" of our own, towards w...Printers and compositors at Thomas Catling's place of work, Edward Lloyd's publishing house [n/a]Cornhill MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899?There were no free libraries, so the younger hands joined with me in starting a "Literary Fund" of our own, towards w...Printers and compositors at Thomas Catling's place of work, Edward Lloyd's publishing house [n/a]Cassell's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899?There were no free libraries, so the younger hands joined with me in starting a "Literary Fund" of our own, towards w...Printers and compositors at Thomas Catling's place of work, Edward Lloyd's publishing house [n/a]London JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799??now, being able to read, I had almost continually the Testament in my hand. I had all the wondrous accounts in the R...Samuel Bamford [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899'Read "Athenaeum"'George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]The AthenaeumPrint: Serial / periodicalManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read article on Dryden in W.R. and looked through the "Contemporary Literature"'George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]The Contemporary LiteraturePrint: UnknownManuscript: Unknown
1800-1849'? with the exception of Bible lessons at Sunday school, all my reading was done at home, after the daily task was fin...Samuel Bamford [n/a]The Armenian MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?They [wife and child] had been at prayers, and were reading the Testament before retiring to rest?. Samuel Bamford's wife and child [n/a]The TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849[Adams's grandmother?s nephew sent newspapers to her on weekly basis, first the Weekly Dispatch; this was in time repl...William Edwin Adams [n/a]Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849[Adams's grandmother?s nephew sent newspapers to her on weekly basis, first the 'Weekly Dispatch'; this was in time re...William Edwin Adams [n/a]The ExaminerPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849?There was and is so judicious a blending of light and heavy literature in "Chambers?s Journal" that their periodical ...William Edwin Adams [n/a]Chambers's JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?There was and is so judicious a blending of light and heavy literature in "Chambers?s Journal" that their periodical ...William Edwin Adams [n/a]Family HeraldPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?Another Sunday recollection is that of a Sunday morning gathering in a humble kitchen. Larry [a crippled shoemaker] m... [n/a]Northern StarPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899?The "Morning Star" was at that time the leading Radical daily in London ? almost the only Radical daily, indeed. It w...William Edwin Adams [n/a]Morning StarPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799?My Godmother sone [sic] provided me a testament but my mother not being able to Read the first Chapter of St Matthews...Joseph Mayett [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I left off swearing and prodigality and took to reading my Bible and attending divine workship and in doing this I la...Joseph Mayett [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799?I Remembered when I was about 8 or 9 years of age my mother had been Correcting me for something I had done wrong and...Joseph Mayett [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'She [his aunt] did not allow me to be idle, but alternately employed me in helping to knit stockings and in reading. ...Thomas Carter [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'Here I also met with some books of a higher order, but which were then far beyond any comprehension. Among these were...Thomas Carter [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Carter describes exam he was forced to undertake to be admitted to the school which was supported by a congregation of...Thomas Carter [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849'On my asking him he [the schoolmaster] readily granted my request, nor did he ever revoke his grant: the books were c...Thomas Carter [n/a]Arminian MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'On my asking him he [the schoolmaster] readily granted my request, nor did he ever revoke his grant: the books were c...Thomas Carter [n/a]Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I must now mention some other books which about this time fell in my way. Among these an odd volume of the "Spectator...Thomas Carter [n/a]Spectator, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'My master - in conjunction with some friends - began to take in a newspaper, called, if I remember rightly, "Lloyd's ...Thomas Carter [n/a]Lloyd's Evening PostPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'It was in this state of feeling that I first got hold of a little volume called "The Wreath", containing a collection...Thomas Carter [n/a]The WreathPrint: Book
1800-1849'It was at this time that I read the remaining seven volumes of the "Spectator"; to which I added the "Rambler", the "...Thomas Carter [n/a]The SpectatorPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'It was at this time that I read the remaining seven volumes of the "Spectator"; to which I added the "Rambler", the "...Thomas Carter [n/a]The RamblerPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'It was at this time that I read the remaining seven volumes of the "Spectator"; to which I added the "Rambler", the "...Thomas Carter [n/a]The TatlerPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'For breakfast I had a penny roll and half a pint of porter. This I took at a public house - for two reasons: first, t...Thomas Carter [n/a][morning newspaper]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'These men, with several others whose curiosity began to be awakened by the tenor of our political gossip, united with...Thomas Carter and workmates at the tailors workshop [n/a]The NewsPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Thus I became their [workmates] news-purveyor, ie. I every morning gave them an account of what I had just been readi...Thomas Carter [n/a]British PressPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Thus I became their [workmates] news-purveyor, ie. I every morning gave them an account of what I had just been readi...Thomas Carter [n/a]Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Thus I became their [workmates] news-purveyor, ie. I every morning gave them an account of what I had just been readi...Thomas Carter [n/a]The StatesmanPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]European MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]ExaminerPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a]Black DwarfPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'In the course of the ensuing spring (1821), I read Mr. Washington Irving's "Sketch-Book". I thought it very beautiful...Thomas Carter [n/a]London MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'He also again freely supplied me with the loan of books. At this time he lent me several volumes of the "New Monthly ...Thomas Carter [n/a]New Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'During this year I read an odd volume of that curious publication, the "Anti-Jacobin-Review", from which I gathered a...Thomas Carter [n/a]Anti-Jacobin ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?In my leisure hours during this year, and the years 1838 and 1839, I read the whole of Shakespeare?s dramatic works, ...Thomas Carter [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?In my leisure hours during this year, and the years 1838 and 1839, I read the whole of Shakespeare?s dramatic works, ...Thomas Carter [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849?There was and is so judicious a blending of light and heavy literature in "Chambers?s Journal" that their periodical ...William Edwin Adams [n/a][penny bloods]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'As our roads home from school lay for a considerable distance in the same direction, Tommy Davies...and I generally w...Thomas Wright [n/a][playbill]Print: Broadsheet, Poster, playbill
1850-1899'As our roads home from school lay for a considerable distance in the same direction, Tommy Davies...and I generally w...Tommy Davies [n/a][playbill]Print: Broadsheet, Poster, playbill
1700-1799'The "Lounger" a new publication being a book now pretty much read, we at this time got it from Humphrey's library & M...John Marsh [n/a]The LoungerPrint: Book, Serial / periodical
1700-1799'The next morning I took a ride to Stoke where Lady Louisa show'd me a paragraph she had cut out of the "Star", reflec...John Marsh [n/a]Star, ThePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'On the Sunday follow'g (9th) ... we first heard a rumour of the massacre of the prisoners on the 2d & 3d at Paris, th...John Marsh [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'[On Sunday] After breakfast I had taken up the "Weekly Examiner", and was intent upon a more than usually scurrilous ...Thomas Wright [n/a][Weekly Screamer]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'... my usual headache on the first day of travelling having come on before I got to Town, I felt by that time very li...John Marsh [n/a][local newspaper]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'For some time before this I had found my eyes not so good as they had been, being now oblig'd to hold a book, when re...John Marsh [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'in the Course of this summer one day I took the Bible to read and happened on the 54th Chapt of Isaiah a chapt I had ...Joseph Mayett [n/a]Book of IsaiahPrint: Book
1800-1849'I went home and told my wife and took my Bible and opened it upon the 37th Psalm I read it and found much Comfort fro...Joseph Mayett [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'the whole of the Church concerned with us in sentiment except my Brother and his wife and they stedfastly opposed us ...Joseph Mayett [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'When I had been in school about twelve months, he resolved that one of the boys should read a chapter from the New Te...Christopher Thomson [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'A few years ago the curate of the village called upon the old man to converse with him on religious matters; after so...Isaac [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'At the beginning of each month, too, there fell to be collected from the various agents a large number of English mag...James Glass Bertram [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I pursued a similar plan with others of the magazines whenever I got a chance, especially "Bentley's Miscellany", whi...James Glass Bertram [n/a]Bentley's MiscellanyPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read the Introduction to Savonarola's poems, by Audin de Rians, "The Spectator" and the "Athenaeum"'.George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]The SpectatorPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read the Introduction to Savonarola's poems, by Audin de Rians, "The Spectator" and the "Athenaeum"'.George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]The AthenaeumPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read the "Cornhill" and "Orley Farm"'.George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]Cornhill MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening read the Newspaper and an article on Renan in "Blackwood"'George Eliot [pseud] [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read passage from Du Bois Reymond's book on Johannes Mueller, a propos of visions. Finished Libro 1 of Machiavelli's ...George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Finished "Annual Register" for 1832. Reading Blackstone'.George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]Annual Register, ThePrint: Serial / periodicalManuscript: Unknown
1800-1849'I read the new Testament in Greek with great success & am edified with the slow but sure progress I make in that lang...Lady Caroline Lamb [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899'In the evening I read aloud a short speech of Bright's on Ireland, delivered 20 years ago, in which he insists that n...George Eliot [pseud] [n/a]Spectator, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945[a teacher at St Edmunds Scool, Canterbury] 'encouraged him by supplying him regularly with the literary pages of Le ...Lawrence Durrell [n/a]Le FigaroPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'... I did this [looking over the newspaper], as usual, while I took my breakfast, which meal I now procured at a coff...Thomas Carter [n/a][daily newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'So it is you who send me the "Pall Mall"! I shall read it with yet more pleasure now I know... It ...Harriet Martineau [n/a]Pall Mall Gazette, ThePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Fan Arnold lends me the "Spectator", and at first I thought it a treat in its way: but I am getting as tired of it as...Harriet Martineau [n/a]Spectator, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Letter from Lord Byron to Annabella Milbanke, Feb 15 1814]. 'In my letter of ye 12th in answer to your last I omitted...George Gordon, Lord Byron [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Dr. Walcot went into the shop of Mr Wright, where Mr. Giffard was seated reading a newspaper; he asked him if his nam...Mr Giffard [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The boy was reading a play bill, when the prisoner went up to him and struck him, knocking out one of his teeth.' [n/a][playbill]Print: Advertisement, Poster, playbill
1800-1849'On looking in at the shop window, which was well stocked and elegant, we perceived a notice announcing that a Riblic ...John Cole [n/a][notice]Print: Advertisement, Poster, Notice on shop window
1700-1799'At other times we studied Shakespeare, Milton and some other English poets as well as some of the Italians. We took l...Elizabeth Smith [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849'We had each seen the "Derbyshire Patriot" (I for the first time) of that day- Westminster election on Wednesday the p...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Derbyshire PatriotPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'We had each seen the "Derbyshire Patriot" (I for the first time) of that day- Westminster election on Wednesday the p...Mr Hollingsworth [n/a]The Derbyshire PatriotPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'We had each seen the "Derbyshire Patriot" (I for the first time) of that day- Westminster election on Wednesday the p...Mr Dobb [n/a]The Derbyshire PatriotPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'We had each seen the "Derbyshire Patriot" (I for the first time) of that day- Westminster election on Wednesday the p...Mr Ward [n/a]The Derbyshire PatriotPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Went with E. Allen to the Swan to see a London paper, saw one and learnt from it that Col. Evans was return'd to West...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]Bells Weekly MessengerPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Read an important letter of Mr E. Elliot's to the editor of the "Morning Chronicle also an extract from the "Parliame...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Read an important letter of Mr E. Elliot's to the editor of the "Morning Chronicle also an extract from the "Parliame...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Parliamentary ReviewPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Saw an advertisement that Mr Berry was to preach at South Street on the following Sunday and at once determined (heal...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a][advertisement / poster for next week's preacher]Print: Advertisement, Poster
1800-1849'Sent for a pot of porter. J.I. and myself drank it, I smoked a pipe read a little in an old "Sheffield Iris"- then wr...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Trade awfully bad the money market depressed and deplorable accounts from the manufacturing districts ... says the "M...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'The "Morning Chronicle" of this day announced the death of Henry Lord Brougham... The editor very kindly and very jus...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Noticed at dinner time the improper conduct of Mr Slyfield he having taken the paper and not reading aloud. I kindly ...Mr Slyfield [n/a][The Morning Chronicle?]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'The account of the money market rather more favourable.'Joseph Jenkinson [n/a][The Morning Chronicle?]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Rose at 7 am wash'd looked over the paper etc.'Joseph Jenkinson [n/a][The Morning Chronicle?]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Read the paper and smoked a pipe.'Joseph Jenkinson [n/a][The Morning Chronicle?]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'In the "Ency. Bri." article Porto-Bello the same account is given. They sat it was given by Columbus.'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Encyclopedia BritanicaPrint: Book
1800-1849'Brought back [from the subscription? library] the Gents Mag for Feby 4 March. They have not yet done with the controv...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'In this weeks paper Dr M. advertises that he proposes to deliver 12 lectures on metal and metalurgy ...the subscripti...Joseph Hunter [n/a][The Sheffield Iris]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'In the "Iris" of this day Dr M advertises the subjects of the two next lectures ...Montgomery [the editor] is very ca...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1700-1799'I read at night in the G[reek or Great]Testament but for a very short while'.John Jones [n/a][Greek or Great?] TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899'One wet Sunday morning we were all sitting round the table, reading in turn from the New Testament, this being my mot...family of Hannah Mitchell [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899'I attended Sunday school with the daughter of the house, finding my enforced study of the Bible very valuable to me.'Hannah Mitchell [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Later on, when Blatchford and his friends, A. M. Thompson, E. F. Fay and Montague Blatchford founded the Socialist we...Hannah Mitchell [n/a]The ClarionPrint: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Saw the "Sheffield Iris" paper- and in it the report of a division in the House of Commons on a motion of Sir W. Ingi...Joseph Jenkinson [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Sent 29 stuff hats to Mr Booth -heard the "Iris" Paper read by Tom, find the country is much agitated at the conduct ...Tom [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Advert. S. side of Euston Road reading "Morris Commercial Vehicles-a Body for every Trade" heavily draped with decora... [n/a][advertisement]Print: Advertisement, Poster
1900-1945'Girl sitting on soiled newspaper is reading Daily Mirror. The caption reads "Three women wait 25 hours; lead line up ... [n/a]Daily MirrorPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Hostess is embroidering a fire-screen. Son, age 19, is reading. The wireless is on, and from time to time they consul... [n/a]Daily Telegraph SupplementPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Very few people appeared to be out, in fact it seemed like Sunday in the High Road, I called in a snack bar, ordered ... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Suddenly, he gave a sort of cry, and read out the opening sentences from the "Times" announcing a battle in the valle...Philip Gosse [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I read the Bible everyday, and at much length; also, -with what I cannot but think some praiseworthy patience, - a bo...Edmund Gosse [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945'A man is playing the piano briskly; on music stand is a newspaper, open at the sports page, which he is reading. A hu... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Tries to read sports page, but ends up reading news. One girl does bad piece of work in mill. Immense black-out purch... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'While an old working-class lady of 68 in Worktown, reading a newspaper, summed up her opinion of the war as follows.' [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849?[N]ow that the Newspaper is so interesting it is difficult to read at all'Lady Caroline Lamb [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Housekeeping pupil (voluntarily) reading the paper over my shoulder yesterday morning. "I suppose Eden thought they'd... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'At work the sole topic was the new Conscription Bill, with discussion on how it will affect each one. After reading t... [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'The steps around Eros statue are filled with an excited crowd, coster's barrows stand around selling fruit, chocolate...people gathered near the Eros statue [n/a][news running on electric signboard]Print: electric signboard with scrolling text
1900-1945'Reporter. On May 12 I slept till ten. From ten to eleven I read the paper with interest until I came to a half column... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'On one of the side streets, a young couple parked their perambulator in the middle of the sidewalk and stopped to rea...a young couple [n/a][newspaper?]Print: Unknown, perhaps front page of newspaper displayed?
1900-1945'I walked through the park for a few minutes and not finding anything of interest to see or hear, I turned into a lane... [n/a][tomb inscriptions]Print: epitaphs on tombs at cemetery
1900-1945'My friend didn't want to shave, although he was no longer clean-shaven, so we had a brief wrangle about washing. Then... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'At 9.50 I went into the general office in order to await any cases of infectious diseases or nuisances which may aris... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'9.15-12.0. Dressed. Wrote a poem. Annoyed by patriotic and religious activities at Church opposite. Read a magazine, ... [n/a]Light and DarkPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Had extra hour in bed and read morning paper. Spent most of morning in garden making enclosure for tortoise as decide... [n/a][morning newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945' I laid in bed till 6.15 a.m. and got up, washed and shaved. I ate my breakfast and read the paper.' [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Smoke a Players "medium" and a De Reszke "Minor". I read "Glasgow Herald" (Bus strike, Britain's new Navy, etc.) and ... [n/a]Ayrshire PostPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Breakfast ready and finished dressing 7.45. Read "Daily Worker".' [n/a]Daily WorkerPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Have not read the P.I.L., neither has anyone in the house or anyone else I know. Will be read only if war breaks out.... [n/a][information leaflets]
1900-1945'Read all about it chum in the papers, they don't interest me 'cept they don't do anything like for the likes of us, t... [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read where there's going to be a war soon, it said so in the "People", they tell you what's going to be, there's mo... [n/a]PeoplePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I read all the papers on it. I don't understand the politics of it, but they are all different. That's why people hav... [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read an article in the "Daily Herald" on the Coronation Day survey. There was an invitation to write to Blackheath ... [n/a]Daily HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read in the "News Chronicle" articles about the work, and especially the account by an ordinary housewife of her da... [n/a]News ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'When I read about Mass-Observation in "Reynolds", I wrote straight away to join in. In fact, if there was a joining-... [n/a]Reynolds's Weekly NewspaperPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945Letter 292 7 October 1940 Referring to the Blitz on London: 'I see in to-day?s [New York] "Times" that you had a ni...Benjamin Britten [n/a]New York TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'At this later place [Lincoln] we arrived at about 10 in the evening. Tea and bed were then in request, with a small p...John Cole [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'This dream I knew not what to make of but I took some encouragement from it and the next day I was reading in pilgrim...Joseph Mayett [n/a]Book of JobPrint: Book
1800-1849'When in my early apprentice days I was first enabled to dip into the pages of "Maga", its chief attraction was the la...James Glass Bertram [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-184914/1/1827 ? 'I read "Galt?s Life of Wolsey" with interest. To be thankful, and rather better, could only read a psalm ...Amelia Opie [n/a]PsalmPrint: Book
1900-1945'Well, it takes me enough time reading papers and the Sunday papers, and "John Bull" and the "Illustrated"' [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Well, it takes me enough time reading papers and the Sunday papers, and "John Bull" and the "Illustrated"' [n/a][Sunday newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Well, it takes me enough time reading papers and the Sunday papers, and "John Bull" and the "Illustrated"' [n/a]John BullPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Well, it takes me enough time reading papers and the Sunday papers, and "John Bull" and the "Illustrated"' [n/a]Sports IllustratedPrint: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I don't read books at all, chiefly magazines that I can pick up and put down without losing the thread of the story ...' [n/a][magazines]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Sunday evening is the only time I do read, - I spend over an hour reading the "News of the World".' [n/a]News of the WorldPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read the "Times", which takes a time, - I suppose about an hour a day.' [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read the "Telegraph" reviews ... in trains and in the evening, lunch-time etc.' [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I've got too much to do (to read books). I read the newspapers mostly, morning and evening editions, and the midday, ... [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I spend some time reading the papers, morning and evening editions, roughly about 14 hours a week, about two hours ea... [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I don't read newspapers, but I get the magazine "Woman", and I spend about 2 hours reading that.' [n/a]WomanPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The only reading I do outside the scope of my studies is that of newspapers, and the "New Statesman", - one hour.' [n/a]New StatesmanPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The only reading I do outside the scope of my studies is that of newspapers, and the "New Statesman", - one hour.' [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Three hours magazines, - scientific and travel' [n/a][magazines]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I read a lot of magazines ... They're bright and easy reading, and you can find out lots of useful things in them.' [n/a][magazines]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I read one magazine, the "Engineer", which I peruse at odd times over a week or so. It would take sometimes as much a... [n/a]The EngineerPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In her spare time she was a great reader of novelettes and out of her four shillings subscribed to "Bow Bells" and th...Flora Thompson [n/a]Bow BellsPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In her spare time she was a great reader of novelettes and out of her four shillings subscribed to "Bow Bells" and th...Flora Thompson [n/a]Family HeraldPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Oh, I read the reviews in the "Sunday Times" and the "Times Literary Supplement", when I can get hold of it. I also r... [n/a]Sunday TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Oh, I read the reviews in the "Sunday Times" and the "Times Literary Supplement", when I can get hold of it. I also r... [n/a]Times Literary SupplementPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read the first page of the newspaper first, then turn to the back page, then fold the outside in. A chance headline... [n/a]Daily HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read the headlines and the adverts. If any particular headline strikes me I follow it up. Particularly comment on p... [n/a]Daily HeraldPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1900-1945'First of all I read the main headlines, then the various news paragraphs in order of importance on the front page, th... [n/a]Daily HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I have always adopted the principle of working the newspaper fairly carefully from beginning to end. There may be an ... [n/a]Daily HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'At work the sole topic was the new Conscription Bill, with discussion on how it will affect each one. After reading t... [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Oh, I read the reviews in the "Sunday Times" and the "Times Literary Supplement", when I can get hold of it. I also r... [n/a]Jack O' LondonPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I have been reading the papers lately and I am astonished read what Mr. Heathcot-Amery has done. His people are highl... [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Well, see Miss. Christmas Day my father was reading his paper. His glass of beer was at his side. He feel asleep and ... [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'"Oh here they are again! I'll be glad when the bloody election's over. Why don't they make their minds up, what they ... [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'The newspaper today took my breath away. Such a landslide I had not expected. Yesterday morning, reading the "Telegra... [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'At one of the three occupied tables by the windows sat two women, one about thirty, the other probably no more than 1... [n/a][periodical]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'At one of the three occupied tables by the windows sat two women, one about thirty, the other probably no more than 1... [n/a][newspaper cutting]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I should say in justice to myself that I am absolutely unmoved, except by impatience, at the daily twitterings of the... [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Reading the ordinary papers occasionally, listening to the B.B.C. news sometimes, reading the Left wing papers someti... [n/a][Left-wing newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'"Manchester Guardian". English news once a day. Lord Haw-Haw, conversations with as may people as possible, reading o... [n/a]Manchester GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I'm very amused reading in the paper about the trains yesterday. (reads): "Many trains had to run in duplicate and tr... [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I was absolutely horrified about the Italians, the way they took revenge on Mussolini. I can't imagine what we're fig... [n/a][Newspaper: Article on Mussolini's death]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'There was a wonderful account in the "Daily Worker" of Mussolini's death, how he was shot in the head and his brain s... [n/a][Daily Worker: Article on Mussolini's death]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I am forming my opinions mainly from what I read in books on economies, politics, history, etc. I read the daily pape... [n/a][daily newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]Book of Common Prayer [unknown edition]Print: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]Encyclopaedia LondinensisPrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Annual AnthologyPrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]AthenaeumPrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Book of Common PrayerPrint: Book
1700-1799[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Holy BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Holy BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Holy BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia] Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Holy BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Law Magazine OR Quarterly Review of JurisprudencePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Marginalia]Samuel Taylor Coleridge [n/a]The Eclectic ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'The "Morning Chronicle" says the troops are to be withdrawn from France.'Benjamin Newton [n/a]The Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'We got the Iris this morning I copied out of it the petition of the G [?] dispersed thro Germany and Hartman's Solilo...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Mr Fisher who came up to alter Mr E a gown &c against our journay bought in a "Cambridge Inteligencer" to look at; it...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Cambridge InteligencerPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'We got "The Iris" this morning; it contained an Advertisement from Mr [Sorby?], saying that he intended to resign the...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1700-1799'We learn from the "Iris" of this morning that the "Wisperer" is just published by J.M.Gomery [James Montgomery].'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Sheffield IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Brought [...] the European Magazine for April 1798; it contains an essay on provincial Half-pennies by Joseph M[orer]...Joseph Hunter [n/a]European MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'I begun to write in my Common-place book, the account of the King of Patterdale [from the 'Gentleman's Magazine', bor...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'We got the "Iris"; it contains an exceedingly humourous account of the first campaign of our Loyal Independant Sheffi...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Got the "Monthly Mag" & "Rev." from Miss Haynes. They appear to be two very entertaining no's. I am much pleased with...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'I will give an account of how I spend the day hour by hour. From 7 to 8 drew part of a landscape, wrote my diary. 8 ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]EncyclopaediaPrint: Book
1700-1799'I will give an account of how I spend the day hour by hour. [...9-12 at the warehouse] 12 to 1 came to my dinner, re...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Wrote out of the "Monthly Mag." an example of English hexameter. [Borrowed 'the first 12 no.s' from Miss Haynes on 1...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'"The Iris" this week contains an advertisement from the Cutler's Company [annual ball] White Bear Inn. Price 10s 6d.'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1700-1799'The "Monthly Magazine" contains an account of the publication of that long expected work by Mr Conder of Ipswich, "an...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'"The Iris" in mentioning the Sessions at Sheffield says ...'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'brought also the "Gent Mag" for Sepr 1798. [It] speaks very severly of Mr Smith's Sermon to the Odd-fellows; they say...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Saw ... in the possession of one of our men the "Spy", a periodical printed by Crome in the year 1795, in which were ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The SpyPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'It has been stated in some of the London papers that when the news [of Nelson's victory] arrived there was no appeara...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Brought the 2d number of the "Anti-Jacobin Review & Magazine", which is got into the Surry Street library instead of ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Anti-Jacobin ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Borrowed the "Spy" of one of our men; it is peculiarly calculated for the lower class of people. Mr Harrison a school...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The SpyPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Brought the "Gents Mag" for May. It contains an advertisement for a new edition of the "Encyclopedia Britannica" with...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Advertisement, Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Mr Scholfield gave me a medal struck to commemorate the presentation of the colours to the Birmingham association of ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]'Printed Description' accompanying a comemorative medalPrint: Handbill
1700-1799'Wrote out of the Register's "Mary Queen of Scotts a Monody; Written near the Ruins of Sheffield Manor". It is one of ...Joseph Hunter [n/a][The Annual] RegisterPrint: Book
1700-1799'On 25.7.1799, I have seen a month or two ago, in the "Mon Mag" an account of the publication of the first part of the...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Brought the "Monthly Review" from Miss Haynes; this month they review Conder's "Arrangement of Provincial Coins", but...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Brought "A Fortnights Ramble to the Lakes" from the Chapel Library; also the "Analytical Review" for July 1798, to re...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Analytical ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Brought the "Mon Mag" from Miss Haynes. It contains an account of the death of Dr Towers.'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Monthly MagazinePrint: Book
1700-1799'When I came to extract the remarks on Dodsley, I found [they?] were remarks upon an old edition & that the editors we...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Gentleman's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Took Colquhoun's "treatise of the police of the metropolis" to the library. I have not read it but, Mr Evans has; he ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Dr Marwick advertises again.'Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
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'It was when I was very ill that the article in the "Monthly Rev." was read to me.'Joseph Hunter [n/a]Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'The "Iris" contains an advertisement of a book being published intitled "A Poetical Review of Miss Hannah More's Stri...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The IrisPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'From paper in "Monthly Review" I got on Mathematical Subjects and resumed Consideration of Negative Signs, retracing ...William Windham [n/a]Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'In the [?] read principally the papers in the "Adventurer" and Rogers' "Pleasures of Memory"; thought less of the pap...William Windham [n/a]AdventurerPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'"Gazette" with details of victory over Dupont, +c'William Windham [n/a]GazettePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Breakfasted below. Read "Edinburgh Review" afterwards, for first time, after I know what interval, a little Greek, vi...William Windham [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Day of "Gazette" arriving, with news of Wellesley's victory [Battle of Talavera] of 28th July.'William Windham [n/a]GazettePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899Mrs Robinson's journal of Oct 7 1854, reprinted in the Times June 15 1856: '..we sat and read Athenaums aloud, chattin...Mrs Robinson [n/a]AthenaumPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849[Transcript of essay, under the heading 'Today'] 'Today. New Monthly Magazine for January 1823'Charles Holte Bracebridge [n/a]New Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799[3 July 1797] 'brought the 2nd vol of the "Antiquarian Repertory"; I had read it before but there was a picture in it ...Joseph Hunter [n/a]The Antiquarian Repertory [Vol II of 4 vols]Print: Book
1800-1849'1831' 'Farewell to 1831 year of Whig Ministry of Shen reform... Extracted from Fraser's Magazine by Benj. Beanlands'Benjamin Beanlands [n/a]Fraser's Magazine For Town and CountryPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Once more amongst the old gigantic hills/...' 'Foreign Literary Review Janury 1832.'Bowly group [n/a]Foreign Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'From the Cheltenham Chronicle of 11 Oct. 1832 on the Death of Sir Walter Scott' 'Harp of the North! The Mighty Hand, ...Devereux Bowly [n/a]The Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Sir Walter Scott was buried at Dryburgh... Annual Obituary for 1833.'Devereux Bowly [n/a]The Annual Biography and ObituaryPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'To the Great Pyramid' Mountain of Art! Sublime Mysterious Pile!, ... From the Cheltenham Chronicle Feb 7 1833'Bowly group [n/a]The Cheltenham ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'god was Merciful & spoke Peace to my Soul, & now I found that with god which Passeth all understanding, & rejoiced al...Benjamin Shaw [n/a]Bible ['the scriptures']Print: Book
1800-1849'the last weeks paper stated, that 200, 000 were out of work within 20 miles of manchester, &c, & the long drought is ...Benjamin Shaw [n/a][Newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'She delighted in Singing, & Prayer, & reading the Scriptures, Particularly the 14 Chapter of John &c- this was a favo...Hannah Shaw [n/a]Bible ['the Scriptures']Print: Book
1800-1849'She sade she was happy in her mind & had many a Comfortable hour when she could not Sleep in reading her testament & ...Betty Shaw [n/a]Bible ['her Testament']Print: Book
1800-1849'Recievd the "London Magazine" by my friend Henderson who bought if from town with him a very dull no [.] [...] the ar...John Clare [n/a]The London MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Read "Solomons Song" and beautiful as some of the images of that poem are some of them are not recognisable in my jud...John Clare [n/a]Solomon's SongPrint: Book
1800-1849'Read over the magazine [received from London on Sunday 7 Nov] the review of Lord Byrons conversations is rather enter...John Clare [n/a]The London MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'A ryhming school master is the greatest bore in literature the following ridiculous advertisement proves the assertio...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'Newspaper Miracles Wonders Curiositys etc under these heads I shall insert anything I can find worth reading and laug...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Recieved a letter from Mrs Emmerson and a "Literary Gazette" from somebody in which is a review of an unsuccesful att...John Clare [n/a]Literary GazettePrint: Book
1800-1849'Recieved a news paper from Montgomery in which my poem of the "Vanitys of Life" was inserted with an ingenius and fla...John Clare [n/a]The IrisPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849[quotes from 4 separate stories] 'Stamford Mercury' '"A black birds nest with four young ones was found a few days ago...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Saw a reciept to mend broken china in the "Stamford Mercury" [...] news papers have been famous for hyperbole and the...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'News paper wonders - "There is now living at Barton an old lady of the name of Faunt who has nearly attaind the great...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Recieved the April and May ma[ga]zine from London with a letter from Hessey and one from Vandyke [...] the magazine i...John Clare [n/a]London MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Extracts from the "Stamford Mercury"' [copies two stories]John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'At a meeting of florists held at the Old Kings Head at Newark last week prizes were adjudged as follows' [quotes resu...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'News paper odditys [quotes article on salt mine in Poland] "Stamford Mercury"'John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Parish officers are modern savages as the following fact will testifye - Crowland Abbey "Certain surveyors have latel...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Recieved a parcel from Holbeach with a letter and the Scientific Receptacle from J. Savage - they have inserted my po...John Clare [n/a]The Scientific ReceptaclePrint: Book
1800-1849'"The Lingfield and Crowhurst Choir sung several select pieces from Handel in the cavity of a yew tree [continues for ...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Saw in the Stamford paper that the lost leaf of "Dooms day book" was found and had no time to copy out the account'John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'A salmon near ['near' in italics] 20 lbs weight ...' 'Stamford Mercury'John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'The catholics have lost their bill once more [they] shoud when one beholds the following sacred humbugs [...] From "N...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'The following advertisement is from the "Observer" of Sunday May 22 1825. "Just published the speech of his Royal Hig...John Clare [n/a]The ObserverPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'"A hive of bees natives of New South Wales [...] The bees are very small and have no sting but their honey is peculia...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'a newspaper lye of the first order - "Mr Gale of Holt in the parish of Bradford Witts has at present a Pear of the ja...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'More wonders from the "Mercury" "A clergyman of the established church name Benson now attracts larger congregations ...John Clare [n/a]Stamford MercuryPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'This summer, as my eighth year advanced, we read the "Epistle to the Hebrews", with very great deliberation, stopping...Philip Gosse [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'In our lighter moods, we turned to the "Book of Revelation", and chased the phantom of Popery through its fuliginous ...Philip Gosse [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849James Harvey 'Blind Jim" 'had, from hearing, mastered most of the content of these two important papers [Times and Wee...James Harvey [n/a]The Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849James Harvey 'Blind Jim" 'had, from hearing, mastered most of the content of these two important papers [Times and Wee...James Harvey [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899Lancashire workman wrote to Cassell's that the first 23 volumes of the National Library "have done a great deal of goo...several Lancashire workman [n/a]Cassell's National Library (first 23 vols)Print: Book
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'She rose about eight o'clock; and, before she came down stairs, read herself a chapter in the Bible or New Testament,...Mary Birch [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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'We might mention the Rambler, theGuardian, and Shakespeare, as her favourites among older writers; and, among modern ...Mary Birch [n/a]The RamblerPrint: Serial / periodical
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'We might mention the Rambler, the Guardian, and Shakespeare, as her favourites among older writers; and, among modern...Mary Birch [n/a]The GuardianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'There were numbers of a paper called, I think, "The Christian World", dating from several years back. They contained ...Edwin Muir [n/a]The Christian WorldPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899''I read all my new school books as soon as I got them; I read "The People's Journal", "The People's Friend", and "The...Edwin Muir [n/a]The People's JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899''I read all my new school books as soon as I got them; I read "The People's Journal", "The People's Friend", and "The...Edwin Muir [n/a]The People's FriendPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899''I read all my new school books as soon as I got them; I read "The People's Journal", "The People's Friend", and "The...Edwin Muir [n/a]The Christian HeraldPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899''I read all my new school books as soon as I got them; I read "The People's Journal", "The People's Friend", and "The...Edwin Muir [n/a]The Penny MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
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'There was another impression, almost as horrible, but this time it was caused by an illustration, not a story. Suther...Edwin Muir [n/a]The Police NewsPrint: Newspaper
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'I do not know whether it was a benefit of a calamity when my brother Willie, out of pure kindness, began taking "Chum...Edwin Muir [n/a]The Boy's Own PaperPrint: Serial / periodical
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'I do not know whether it was a benefit of a calamity when my brother Willie, out of pure kindness, began taking "Chum...Edwin Muir [n/a]ChumsPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'when I was eleven a school history-book containing biographies of Sir Thomas More, Sir Philip Sidney, and Sire John E...Edwin Muir [n/a][School history book]Print: Book
1850-1899'there was nothing in the house which was worth reading, apart from the Bible, "The Pilgrim's Progress", "Gulliver's T...Edwin Muir [n/a]The BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945'The beautiful and disturbing feminine shapes which I sometimes saw in the photographic section of "The Sketch" and "T...Norman Nicholson [n/a]The SketchPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The beautiful and disturbing feminine shapes which I sometimes saw in the photographic section of "The Sketch" and "T...Norman Nicholson [n/a]The TatlerPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'So that, whatever may have been its deeper cause, the love which filled my imagination was of a kind that seemed, to ...Norman Nicholson [n/a]The Woman's WeeklyPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'[Bernard] Shaw the buffoon, the joker, the iconoclast, appeared day by day in every newspaper like a living comic str... [n/a]Daily MailPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'The [reference room of the public library] was almost airless, catarrhal from the fumes of the coke-stove, musty and ...Norman Nicholson [n/a]The Encyclopedia BritannicaPrint: Book
1900-1945'The [reference room of the public library] was almost airless, catarrhal from the fumes of the coke-stove, musty and ...Norman Nicholson [n/a]Dictionary of National BiographyPrint: Book
1900-1945'Our syllabus was large, covering at least twelve set books: two plays of Shakespeare's, two volumes of Milton and two...Norman Nicholson [n/a]The Golden TreasuryPrint: Book
1850-1899'We had, at home, a huge Family Bible -one of the brass-bound sort -with fine fat type and hundreds of illustrations. ...Thomas A. Jackson [n/a]The BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Next to the Bible in time, and soon superseding it in practice were four volumes of Cassell's Illustrated History of ...Thomas A. Jackson [n/a]Cassells Illustrated History of EnglandPrint: Book, Serial / periodical, weekly parts collected by father and bound into four volumes
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'...in one matter father and son were united. We developed a mutual love of comic papers, and together taught ourselve... [n/a]Girls' Own PaperPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...in one matter father and son were united. We developed a mutual love of comic papers, and together taught ourselve... [n/a]ChipsPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...in one matter father and son were united. We developed a mutual love of comic papers, and together taught ourselve... [n/a]Comic CutsPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...in one matter father and son were united. We developed a mutual love of comic papers, and together taught ourselve... [n/a]Lot o' FunPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...in one matter father and son were united. We developed a mutual love of comic papers, and together taught ourselve... [n/a]ButterflyPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'One day, however, I made a discovery. I could read myself! I was four years old now... and while sprawling on the flo...Jack Common [n/a][comic paper]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945[Given 'a handsome and well-illustrated volume called the Prize Bible' by his grandmother] '...the surprise they got w...Jack Common [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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'When I grew into a youth and read everything I got my hands on, from Penny Dreadfuls to the Holy Scriptures, I came a...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Holy ScripturesPrint: Book
1850-1899'My mother used to read the novels of Miss Braddon and Mrs Henry Wood, and those in a series called "The Family Story ...Polly Stamper [n/a]The Family StorytellerPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'There is a book you may have come across, and that was read a lot when I was young, called the Bible. I used to read ...Joseph Stamper [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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'There was the "Police News" and the "Police Budget". I don't think these had any connection, officially, with the pol...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Police NewsPrint: Serial / periodical
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'There was the "Police News" and the "Police Budget". I don't think these had any connection, officially, with the pol...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Police BudgetPrint: Serial / periodical
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'Also on pink newsprint were "Sketchy Bits" and "Photo Bits". Most of the "bits" in these journals had huge nude thigh...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Sketchy BitsPrint: Serial / periodical
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'Also on pink newsprint were "Sketchy Bits" and "Photo Bits". Most of the "bits" in these journals had huge nude thigh...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Photo BitsPrint: Serial / periodical
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'Now that we had gas I found it much easier and pleasanter to read. When I had read all my own periodicals I used to r...Polly Stamper [n/a]Heartsease LibraryPrint: Serial / periodical
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'Now that we had gas I found it much easier and pleasanter to read. When I had read all my own periodicals I used to r...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Heartsease LibraryPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...I spoke to three of my workmates...All they read was "The Racing Specialist" and the "Football Edition"...'iron moulders [n/a]The Racing SpecialistPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'...I spoke to three of my workmates...All they read was "The Racing Specialist" and the "Football Edition"...'iron moulders [n/a]Football EditionPrint: Serial / periodical
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'I was reading a lot of magazine stories now. There was a boys' reading-room at the public library; the magazines were...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Strand MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
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'I was reading a lot of magazine stories now. There was a boys' reading-room at the public library; the magazines were...Joseph Stamper [n/a]WindsorPrint: Serial / periodical
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'I was reading a lot of magazine stories now. There was a boys' reading-room at the public library; the magazines were...Joseph Stamper [n/a]Pearson'sPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Got the "Monthly Mag" & "Rev." from Miss Haynes. They appear to be two very entertaining no's. I am much pleased with...Joseph Hunter [n/a]Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
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'I had started to write "poetry". I was reading masses of it in the Penny Poets, and I thought I would like to be a po...Joseph Stamper [n/a][Penny Poets]Print: Book
1850-1899'reading "Cornhill Magazine" &c'Albert Battiscombe [n/a]Cornhill MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Paymaster went ashore to inquire about coals &, he returned at 8 PM telling us to steam alongside a brig to morrow mo...Albert Battiscombe [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1600-1699'To their church in the afternoon, and in Mrs Turner's pew my wife took up a good black hood and kept it. A stranger p...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Book of TobitPrint: Book
1600-1699'Home, and at night had a chapter read; and I read prayers out of the Common Prayer book, the first time that ever I r...Samuel Pepys [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'Home, and at night had a chapter read; and I read prayers out of the Common Prayer book, the first time that ever I r...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Common Prayer BookPrint: Book
1600-1699'So after supper and reading of some chapters, I went to bed.'Samuel Pepys [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'This day I find in the news-Booke that Rogr. Pepys is chosen at Cambridge for the towne, the first place that we hear...Samuel Pepys [n/a]The Kingdomes IntelligencerPrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'This day in the news-booke, I find that my Lord Buckhurst and his fellows have printed their case as they did give in...Samuel Pepys [n/a]The Kingdomes IntelligencerPrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'Scotland: it seems, for all the news-book tells us every week that they are all so quiet and everything in the Church...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Kingdom IntelligencePrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'Home and stayed up a good while, examining Will in his Latin bible and my brother along with him in his Greeke. And s...John Pepys [n/a][Greek Bible]Print: Book
1600-1699'After a good supper with my wife, and hearing on the maids read in the Bible, we to prayers and to bed.'maids of Samuel Pepys [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'There parted in the street with them, and I to my Lord's; but he not being within, took Coach, and being directed by ...Samuel Pepys [n/a][bill advertising cockfight]Print: Advertisement, Broadsheet, Poster
1800-1849'Abraham Austin, carpenter and joiner, examined. I saw James... on Sunday morning again at my house, when he read the ...James Hocker [n/a]Lloyd's Weekly London NewsPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I was repelled at home, rather than encouraged to read, and I never remember to have seen a book in my elders' hands....Okey family, parents and grandparents of Thomas Okey [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The only books I remember seeing as a small child were an old copy of Foxe's "Book of Martyrs" and one of the Bible, ...Thomas Okey [n/a]The BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'The favourite literary pabulum of us boys at school, however, was less classical: "penny bloods" and other Weeklies i...Thomas Okey [n/a]Boys of EnglandPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I remember being called to Cambridge to act as a judge at an exhibition of basket-work at the local institute. My off...university undergraduates [n/a]Pink 'UnPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849St John's Antigua, July 19 1827 Your letter my Dear Fanny which appears to have been written in May I received yester...John Page [n/a][newspaper]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849St John's Antigua, Augst 2 1829 My Dear Fanny .... I suppose by this you are all reconsiled to the Catholicks. I see...John Page [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Extract from The Whitehall Evening Post, April 1808 recording the marriage of Mary of ButtermereLydia Haskoll [n/a]White Hall Evening PostPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899J.H. Ewing diary entry, July 13th 1869: 'Good Words'. Juliana Horatia Ewing [n/a]Good WordsPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799From his diary, 29th September [1797]: 'Newspaper "Kelso Mail" begun to be taken this first week of October between K...John Hastie [n/a]Kelso MailPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799From Rev. John Hastie's diary, 29th September [1797]: 'Newspaper "Kelso Mail" begun to be taken this first week of Oc...William Knox [n/a]Kelso MailPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799From Rev. John Hastie's diary, 29th September [1797]: 'Newspaper "Kelso Mail" begun to be taken this first week of Oc...James Herriot [n/a]Kelso MailPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799From Rev. John Hastie's diary, 29th September [1797]: 'Newspaper "Kelso Mail" begun to be taken this first week of Oc...David Herriot [n/a]Kelso MailPrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'This day the News-book (upon Mr Moores showing Lestrange Captain Ferrers letter) did do my Lord Sandwich great right ...Samuel Pepys [n/a]The NewesPrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'I met this noon with Dr Burnett, who told me, and I find in the news-book this week that he posted upon the Change, t...Samuel Pepys [n/a]The IntelligencerPrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'Here I saw this week's Bill of Mortality, wherein, blessed be God, there is above 1800 decrease, being the first cons...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Bill of MortalityPrint: Broadsheet, Handbill, Poster
1600-1699'and there sent for the Weekely Bill and find 8252 dead in all, and of them 6978 of the plague - which is a most dread...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Bill of MortalityPrint: Broadsheet, Handbill, Poster
1600-1699'The Bill of Mortality, to all our griefs, is encreased 399 this week, and the encrease general through the whole city...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Bill of MortalityPrint: Broadsheet, Handbill, Poster
1700-1799[Betsey]:'The gazettes from France were read this evening there was nothing remarquable in them. We began again "Les P...Elizabeth (Betsey) Wynne [n/a][Gazettes / newspapers from paris]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799'The weather was fine but so dirty I could not go out. I read the "Gazettes" this evening'.Elizabeth (Betsey) Wynne [n/a]GazettesPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'We read the French papers where there was a letter of a soldier written to the King of France which is of the grosses...Elizabeth Wynne and others [n/a][French newspapers]Print: Newspaper, Unknown
1850-1899'The first business of the morning being over [rolling up hammocks], the men break into groups or read. Many a one, to...prisoners on board the 'Defence' hulk [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'We found some of the prisoners here engaged in reading, while waiting till the officers returned from their breakfast...anon [n/a]Home Friend - a weekly miscellanyPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'We found some of the prisoners here engaged in reading, while waiting till the officers returned from their breakfast...anon [n/a]Saturday MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899Sundays at Coldbath Fields Prison, only half the prisoners can attend chapel at one time: 'Those who are left behind ...prisoners at Coldbath Fields [n/a]The Penny Sunday ReaderPrint: Book
1850-1899Schoolroom for boy prisoners at Tothill Fields: 'At the time of our entry, the warder schoolmaster was hearing the bo...boys in prison [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Schoolroom for boy prisoners at Tothill Fields: 'At the other end of the room the lads were making even greater havoc...boys in prison [n/a][school textbook]Print: Book
1850-1899Schoolroom in the female prison at Tothill Fields: 'The warder, to let us see the acquirements of her scholars, bade ...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Schoolroom for juvenile males at Wandsworth Prison: 'One little pale-faced boy was reading his lesson to his kind-hea...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Adult (male) school at Wandsworth held in the prison chapel, 43 in the class, engaged in a Bible lesson: 'Others he c...male prisoners at Wandsworth [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899School for female prisoners at Holloway: 'On a subsequent day we visited the class with the matron, which was then e...female prisoners at Holloway [n/a][Bible]Print: Book
1850-1899'six months later I read the following announcement in the "Daily Chronicle": "Yesterday a smart and well-dressed youn...anon [n/a]Daily ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'I read in the English newspapers an attempt has been made against the life of Louis XVIII as this unfortunate Prince ...Eugenia Wynne [n/a][English newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945Author describes being put into cell in Reading Gaol for the first time: 'That completed the furniture in the cell. B...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]The BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945'I have read somewhere in the Koran, "The fate of every man have we bound about his neck".'Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]KoranPrint: Book
1900-1945Description of first month spent in Winchester Prison after sentence: 'Nearly twenty-three hours out of every twenty-...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945'I endeavoured to counteract this depression by reading the Bible, the only book I had besides a Prayer Book and a Pro...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living: 'Works of reference in public libraries fu...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]Who's WhoPrint: Book, Serial / periodical
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living 'Works of reference in public libraries fur...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]Crockford's Clerical DictionaryPrint: Book
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living: 'Works of reference in public libraries fu...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]Army ListPrint: Book
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living: 'Works of reference in public libraries fu...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]Navy ListPrint: Book
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living: 'Works of reference in public libraries fu...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]University RegistersPrint: Book
1900-1945Describes studies in order to become an imposter - way of making a living: 'Works of reference in public libraries fu...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]University Year BooksPrint: Book
1900-1945'I often found peace in the pages of Ecclesiastes or Isaiah, or in the writings of men whom Barry has described as the...Stuart Wood [pseud?] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'28th - Sunday morning. A bright morning but no land in sight. Found the "United Irishman" of yesterday in my cabin. T...John Mitchel [n/a]United IrishmanPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849Steamer from Southampton docked at Bermuda, bringing English newspapers up to date of 2nd June: 'Our second lieutenan...John Mitchel [n/a]Morning PostPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'This evening, after dusk, as I sat at my window, looking drearily out on the darkening waters, something was thrown f...John Mitchel [n/a][London newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Of the state of public opinion in Ireland, and the spirit shown by the surviving organs thereof, I have but this indi...John Mitchel [n/a]Freeman's JournalPrint: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Several newspapers have come to hand; also "Blackwood's Magazine" for October. "Blackwood" has a long article on Iris...John Mitchel [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Several newspapers have come to hand; also "Blackwood's Magazine" for October. "Blackwood" has a long article on Iris...John Mitchel [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Then I have been turning lazily over the pages of a certain "magazine" called the "Saturday Magazine", which the wort...John Mitchel [n/a]Saturday MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have just been gratified (no matter how or by whom) with a sight of some newspapers, which announce, among other th...John Mitchel [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'The Doctor has sent into my cabin a "Daily News", which came by the mail on Sunday' [general discussion of its conten...John Mitchel [n/a]Daily NewsPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'27th - I have just had a visit from two American ship-captains, whose vessels lie here. They approached me most rever...John Mitchel [n/a]Freeman's JournalPrint: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1800-1849'The enemy thinks I am dead. In a parliamentary report in one of the papers, I read that the Home Secretary, replying ...John Mitchel [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'I have got Cape newspapers for the last two months, and have been reading of the proceedings of the various anti-conv...John Mitchel [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'A ship has arrived from England, but does not carry our destiny. Two weekly newspapers. News from Europe up to the 11...John Mitchel [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I have seen extracts from the new "Nation". Mr Duffy can hardly find words for his disgust, his contempt, "his utter ...John Mitchel [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'But from yesterday's "Commercial Advertiser" I will copy two letters, the reading of which and the consultation there...John Mitchel [n/a]Commercial AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Cape papers give extracts from the Van Diemen's Land papers, by which I find that O'Brien, Meagher, O'Donoghue, a...John Mitchel [n/a][Newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I have seen some English papers: this Cape affair has caused wonderful excitement and indignation: a horrid insult ha...John Mitchel [n/a]The Times [and other English newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I have got the Cape newspapers, with their advertising columns full of "the Dinner", "the Illuminations", in large ca...John Mitchel [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Some Hobart Town newspapers have come on board. O'Brien is still in very close confinement on an island off the east ...John Mitchel [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Some Irish newspapers. I can hardly bear to look into them. But John Knox [John Martin] diligently scans them, with m...John Martin [n/a][Irish newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'When the circumstances of my arrest came to be known, some of the newspapers commented severely on the harshness of t...John Mitchel [n/a]Colonial TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Yesterday I saw in one of the Van Diemen's Land papers, an extract from some London periodical, in which, as usual, g...John Mitchel [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'The evening was very stupid as both Betsey and Justine did not talk one being asleep and the other busily employed re...Justina Wynne [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Sunday 18 October: 'we had service on the poop the Shoole master held it then was a box on board with books ther was ...Maria Steley [n/a][Bible or Prayer Books or Hymn Books]Print: Book
1850-1899Monday 26 October 'we are sailing this Morning 9 miles a hour if we go on at that rate we shall soone be ther i Don't...anon [n/a][funeral service]Print: Book
1800-1849'I read in the "Gibraltar Chronicle" that Adml. Villeneuve was assassinated at Rennes on the 23rd of April, what a hor...Thomas Fremantle [n/a]Gibraltar ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Then I became seized with a desire to know something about religion, and I read the commandments over and over again,...Mark Jeffrey [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Have you seen the last Edinr review? There are several promising articles in it - Scotts "Lord of the Isles," Standar...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899Davitt meets with a fellow prisoner released on ticket-of-leave: '"I promised you", he exclaimed upon meeting me, "th...Michael Davitt [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'A variety of works have been begun about the new year (as is the fashion) in the "periodical line". A weekly newspape...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]The ScotsmanPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'I have read little of any consequence since I wrote to you. You will have seen the last Numbers of the "Edinr" & "Qua...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have read little of any consequence since I wrote to you. You will have seen the last Numbers of the "Edinr" & "Qua...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'We get a "Dumfries Courier" here amongst us. Our third Number reached us a few days ago. It seems M'Darmaid [M'Diarmi...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Dumfries CourierPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'This same Doctor [Chalmers], as you will know wr[i]tes the first article in the late "Edinr review" - on the causes &...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]The ScotsmanPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'What I deplore is that laziness and dissipation of mind to which I am still subject. At present I am quieting my cons...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Literary and Statistical Magazine for ScotlandPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849I told you I had seen the "Quarterly Review". You would notice its contents in the newspaper. It is a long time since ...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have seen the first number of Constable's new magazine - it seems scarcely equal to Blackwood's - the last number o...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have seen the first number of Constable's new magazine - it seems scarcely equal to Blackwood's - the last number o...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Edinburgh Monthly MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have seen the first number of Constable's new magazine - it seems scarcely equal to Blackwood's - the last number o...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Edinburgh observer or Town and Country MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Some time since, all the world was astonished at the 2nd number of "Blackwoods (formerly the Edinr) magazine" - The g...Thomas Carlyle [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Has Lord Grey read the Edinburgh Review? the article on Barrere is by Macaulay, that upon Lord St Vincent by Barrow; ...Sydney Smith [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Have you noticed the Abuse of St Pauls in the Times - I ws moved to write but kept Silence though it was pain and gri...Sydney Smith [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Extract from the journal of Adam Dodd: 'When I first came on board the A-, I was as thoughtless as anyone on board; b...Adam Dodd [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Short way into the voyage, surgeon receives a letter from one of the convicts: 'He then mentions the influence which ...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Short way into the voyage, surgeon receives a letter from one of the convicts: 'He then mentions the influence which ...Colin Arrott Browning [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Confession of invalid convict George Day: 'I hope I prayed but found little peace, until I heard the doctor pressing ...Colin Arrott Browning [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Conversion of convict J- V-; when came on board the ship he was a convinced socialist, and when appointed school teach... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Conversion of convict J- V-; when came on board the ship he was a convinced socialist, and when appointed school teach... [n/a][devotional texts]Print: Book
1800-1849Conversion of F.M., while greatly affected by death of fellow convict, John Williams: 'My feelings I cannot describe. ... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Conversion of hardened convict, as a result of a storm which brought terror to his mind: 'It was then I thought of Je... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'One berth was occupied by George Day... He appeared to be always humble, always contented and resigned, always gratef...George Day [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I have as yet read very few articles in the Edinburgh Review, having lent it to a sick countess, who only wished to r...Sydney Smith [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have read the Budget today and am in low spirits at the provoking prosperity of the country. It is impossible to ru...Sydney Smith [n/a][The Budget]Print: Unknown
1800-1849'Talk and read the papers'Mary Godwin [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799[Betsey]:'The gazettes from France were read this evening there was nothing remarquable in them. We began again "Les P...Eugenia Wynne [n/a][Gazettes / newspapers from paris]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849 [Mary Shelley's Reading List for 1815. Only those titles not mentioned in journal entries are given separate databas...Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]New Testament, ThePrint: Book
1800-1849'Finish "Caroline of Litchfield" and "Marmotel's tales". Read Bertram and Christabel and several articles of the quart...Mary Godwin [n/a]Quarterly Review, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'read the Edinburgh Review and the second vol. of the antiquary'Mary Godwin [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1600-1699'and at the Dukes, with great joy, I received the good news of the decrease of the plague this week to 70, and but 253...Samuel Pepys [n/a]Bill of mortalityPrint: Broadsheet, Handbill, Poster
1800-1849'read Locke and the Edinburgh review and two odes of Horace - S. reads Political Justice & Shakespeare and the 23rd Ch...Mary Godwin [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1600-1699'And the news-book makes that business nothing, but that they are all dispersed.'Samuel Pepys [n/a]London GazettePrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'This day in the gazette was the whole story of defeating the Scotch Rebells, and of the creation of the Duke of Cambr...Samuel Pepys [n/a]London GazettePrint: Newspaper
1600-1699'Thence home to dinner; and there W. Hewer dined with me, and showed me a Gazett in Aprill last (which I wonder should...Samuel Pepys [n/a]London GazettePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'read Lucian aloud to Clare - I ode of Horace - In the evening the Quarterly Review and Lock [sic]'Mary Godwin [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'read several papers in the Spectator - Locke - And Memoirs of Count Gramont'Mary Shelley [n/a]SpectatorPrint: Serial / periodical
1600-1699'and then to the Change, where for certain I hear, and the newsbook declares, a peace between France and Portugal.'Samuel Pepys [n/a]London GazettePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'S. reads the bible'.Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Read the Quarterly Review'Mary Shelley [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Read sleeper awakened in the arabian nights'Mary Shelley [n/a]Arabian Nights, ThePrint: Book
1600-1699'and so walked to Stepny and spent my time in the churchyard looking over the gravestones, expecting when the company ...Samuel Pepys [n/a][gravestones]Manuscript: Graffito
1600-1699'and so the women and W. Hewer and I walked upon the Downes, where a flock of sheep was, and the most pleasant and inn...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'all morning at my office shut up with Mr Gibson, I walking and he reading to me the order books of the office from th...Richard Gibson [n/a]Books containing the abstracts of ordersManuscript: Unknown
1600-1699'he and I all the afternoon to read over our office letters, to see what matter can be got for our advantage or disadv...Samuel Pepys [n/a][office letters]Manuscript: Letter
1600-1699'he and I all the afternoon to read over our office letters, to see what matter can be got for our advantage or disadv...Will Hewer [n/a][office letters]Manuscript: Letter
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899Report of Inspector of Prisons on Reading Gaol - interviews with prisoners on progress in learning and reading at the ...anon [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.L. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.A. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.N. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...S.D. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.H. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...R.T. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.T. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.T. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...T.S. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.M. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...D.Y. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...H.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.K. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.D. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.R. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...T.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...T.C. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.G. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.S. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.W. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.D. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...H.J. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...S.K. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...H.J.T. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.T. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.P. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...H.S. al D. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...F.J.N. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...R.L. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.S. al E. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...E.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...E.M. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.M. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...G.R. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.R. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.S. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.G. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.P. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.H. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.R. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...J.M. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.C. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...R.F. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...B.C. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899The Weekly Return of Lessons repeated by Prisoners at Reading Gaol from 25 May to 1 June 1850. (Report of the schoolma...W.J. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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J.M., convict sentenced to transportation, writing to Rev. Joseph: 'I am at present amongst sin and wickedness of the ...J.M. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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P.C., transport convict, writing to Rev Joseph from Dartmoor prison, Devon: 'When I read over the Book of Joshua, I of...P.C. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
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W.B., transport convict writing to Rev Joseph from Portland Prison: 'by the blessing of God, after coming to this plac...W.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Case study, E.E.S., a Jew, young man of respectable German family, at first confined in a common prison where associat...E.E.S. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extracts from the journal of Joseph Kingsmill: Wed 29 October: 'I was interrogated by several prisoners this evenin...prisoners at Pentonville [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extracts from the journal of Joseph Kingsmill: 30 October: Kingsmill visits man convicted for forgery on Austrian G...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Visit from cell to cell: '9. A prizefighter. Under a false name he was convicted of highway robbery, innocent, he a...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Visit from cell to cell: '25. A letter-carrier, for a post-office felony. A man of dissolute and drunken habits; a ...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Causes of their own crime, stated by convicts: '37. I became acquainted with some young fellows who had less regard...anon [n/a][Sunday newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'A prisoner on his admission could read but very imperfectly; his Bible he almost had never read before, and indeed kn...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extract from schoolmaster's journal: G.B., aged 30: 'on his admission, began by repeating several of the Psalms; he t...G.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extract from the Governor's [Edward Hackett] Journal, 16 March 1845: 'I went through the male prison at 7:30pm, and l...prisoners [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extract from chaplain's [John Field] journal, 23 Feb 1845: 'The prisoner (H.C.) who avowed his infidelity when first ...H.C. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: 'I.N., 21, Reg. no. 491. - Convicted of a felony. - I found this criminal entirely ignorant ...I.N. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: 'W.H., 35, Reg. no. 637 - Convicted of a felony about five months since, and had been three ...W.H. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: 'G.B., 30, Reg. no 388. - A convicted felon, who had been in another prison for a similar of...G.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: 'The writer of the following exercise was entirely ignorant of the contents of the Bible, an...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: H.W., 26, Reg. no. 530. - Committed six months since for obtaining money under false pretenc...H.W. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: 'I have never met with a less promising character than the writer of the two following exerc...anon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: W.W., Reg no. 279: 'This criminal has been nearly twelve months in prison. He has given much...W.W. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: T.N., Reg no. 311. 'A boy 17 years of age, whose father had been several times in prison ......T.N. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: T.S., aged 17, Reg no. 312. 'conduct most satisfactory. Committed to memory several chapters...T.S. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: J.A., aged 31, Reg. no. 325. 'This criminal when committed could not repeat the Lord's Praye...J.A. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: J.A., aged 21, Reg. no. 132. 'This prisoner was confined five months before his trial and on...J.A. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: G.B., 30, Reg. no. 388: 'This prisoner was convicted and sentenced to 12 months' imprisonmen...G.B. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: R.W., 31, Reg. no. 404. 'Charged with a felony - An habitual drunkard, and most vicious char...R.W. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Accounts of prisoners: F.W., 20, Reg. no. 461: 'This prisoner could read and write when committed, and was generall...F.W. [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 87: 'An uncle died insa...anon [87] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 240: 'Sister a lunatic....anon [240] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 264: 'An uncle deranged...anon [264] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 26: 'Brother of No. 264...anon [26] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 505: 'An aunt insane. C...anon [505] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 353: 'Father had been i...anon [353] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 670: 'An uncle in a lun...anon [670] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 734: 'Sister a lunatic....anon [734] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 792: 'Brother died late...anon [792] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 839: 'An uncle insane. ...anon [839] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Details of prisoners committed with history of insanity: (presented in tabular form) Reg. no. 814: 'A sister died in ...anon [814] [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Took a ramble, a Cup of Coffee at Purcell's. A look at the last number of Punch in the Mechanics'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After Tea I took a stroll through the town and then went to Collingwood on my return I looked in at the Reading Room ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the Argus at the Mechanics Reading Room & came home to bed before ten.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Punch's Almanack was published this morning. I purchased a copy. The engravings are very creditably executed, but th...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Neild walked home with me & we had a pleasant chat on various subjects. I showed him "Suffolk's" Bible & told him a l...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Went for early stroll, called at Mr Reed's & read The Age'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read The Age at Mr Reed's the first thing in the morning. Came home had breakfast & transacted ordinary business.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went for a short stroll. Called at the Main Gaol, then returned by Collins Street. Called at Reed's and looked over...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Deputy Sheriff's about ten o clock & had a look at the newspapers [he] received by the mornings mail.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the newspapers at Mr Brett's House.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received two papers from Joe & read in one of them a good account of the proceedings of the Garrick Club could not he...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'This morning on reading the Ovens & Murray Advertiser with the usual ... which that not over bright piecemeal Organ g...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens & Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Ovens & Murray Advertiser appeared to day & made me the [?]. It entirely exonerated me from the charges preferred...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens & Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Constitution of this day contained a paragraph representing the desirability of a Beechworth Garrick Club being f...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The ConstitutionPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'read the Quarterly'Mary Shelley [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'a rainy day - visit the Coliseum - Read the bible'Mary Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Read Montaigne - the Bible & Livy - Walk to the Coliseum - S. reads Winkhelmann'Mary Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Since I left Rome I have read several books of Livy - Antenor - Clarissa Harlowe - The Spectator - a few novels - & a...Mary Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Write - read Lucan & the Bible S. writes the Cenci & reads Plutarch's lives - the Gisbornes call in the evening - S....Mary Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Write - Read the Edinburgh Review'Mary Shelley [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Read the Quarterly review & Remorse - an unhappy day - S. reads one act of the alchemist to the G[isborne]'s in the e...Mary Shelley [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I read little else than Madame de Sevignes letters - Shelley reads St Luke aloud to us - & to himself the New Testament'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Gospel of St LukePrint: Book
1800-1849'I read little else than Madame de Sevignes letters - Shelley reads St Luke aloud to us - & to himself the New Testament'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849'Read Livy - Work - S. reads the Bible - Sophocles - & the Gospel of St Matthew to me'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Read Livy - Work - S. reads the Bible - Sophocles - & the Gospel of St Matthew to me'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Gospel of St MatthewPrint: Book
1800-1849'Read the Bible'Mary Shelley [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Finish the book of Proverbs. S. reads the Bible & Sophocles - Finishes the Tempest aloud to me.'Mary Shelley [n/a]ProverbsPrint: Book
1800-1849'Translate S...a [Spinoza] with Shelley - He read [sic] Sophocles and the Bible - & King John & First Part Henry IV al...Mary Shelley [n/a]EcclesiastesPrint: Book
1800-1849'Translate S...a [Spinoza] with Shelley - He read [sic] Sophocles and the Bible - & King John & First Part Henry IV al...Mary Shelley [n/a]Song of SolomonPrint: Book
1800-1849'read Julie - S returns [from Leghorn] - he reads Isaiah aloud to me.'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]IsaiahPrint: Book
1800-1849'[Shelley] finishes reading Isaiah to me & begins Jeremiah - He reads Las Casas on the Indies - Eschylus & Athenaeus'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]IsaiahPrint: Book
1800-1849'[Shelley] finishes reading Isaiah to me & begins Jeremiah - He reads Las Casas on the Indies - Eschylus & Athenaeus'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]JeremiahPrint: Book
1800-1849'S. reads Hobbes. Ezechiel aloud'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]EzekielPrint: Book
1800-1849'S. reads Tobit aloud.'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]TobitPrint: Book
1800-1849'S. reads Wisdom of Solomon in the evening aloud. Reads Locke and Political Justice.'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Book of Wisdom of SolomonPrint: Book
1800-1849'Read the Quarterly'Mary Shelley [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'S. reads the Greek Romances'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Greek RomancesPrint: Book
1800-1849'Begin Lucretius with Shelley - he reads Greek Romances'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Greek RomancesPrint: Book
1800-1849'S. finish Greek Romances'Percy Bysshe Shelley [n/a]Greek RomancesPrint: Book
1800-1849'Read Prometheus Unbound - papers - & Indicators'Mary Shelley [n/a]IndicatorPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Greek - not well - Indicators'Mary Shelley [n/a]IndicatorPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I was pleased to see in the Examiner a mention of the pension [to be granted to Hunt]' [letter to Leigh Hunt]Mary Shelley [n/a]ExaminerPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'No further news in this Mornings Times from Vienna - I am very anxious for Charles' [letter to Claire Clairmont]Mary Shelley [n/a]TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'I was astonished yesterday to see in the Times (I sent it) the advertisement that Jenny Lind, after all, is to come o...Mary Shelley [n/a]TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'we learned Pinnock's Catechisms of History and Geography, and parsed sentences grammatically. For religious instructi...Elizabeth Missing Sewell [n/a]Church CatechismPrint: Book
1800-1849'whilst yet in the nursery, I learned the greater portion of the first chapter of Isaiah, and can repeat it to this da...Elizabeth Missing Sewell [n/a]Book of IsaiahPrint: Book
1800-1849'My uncle was so particular about his books that he used to declare that when a child's finger had touched one it was ...Elizabeth Missing Sewell and her sisters, including Eleanor [n/a]Arabian Nights Entertainments, ThePrint: Book
1800-1849'[I] had made myself miserable, after reading about Jephtha's vow, because I imagined that every time the thought of m...Elizabeth Missing Sewell [n/a]Book of JudgesPrint: Book
1800-1849'Everything in the Bible that was at all perplexing was turned into a stumbling-block, and came before me, not only du...Eliazbeth Missing Sewell [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'I have written a little, and read a good deal, - the second volume of "Sir Charles Metcalfe's Life", which makes me l...Elizabeth Missing Sewell [n/a]Times, ThePrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Elizabeth worked hard for the lessons she liked, and instead of preparation for the ones she didn't like she read poe...Elizabeth Bowen [n/a]EncyclopaediaPrint: Book
1900-1945'Elizabeth worked hard for the lessons she liked, and instead of preparation for the ones she didn't like she read poe...Elizabeth Bowen [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'I see in an advertisement of the contents of a Magazine (the Psychological) of which I believe you are the Editor, a ...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][advertisement for the 'Psychological' magazine]Print: Advertisement
1850-1899'Our Times of today - well of yesterday - well, tomorrow it will be of some day in dream land, for I am past power of ...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Times, ThePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Oh Mr Bosanquet, did you see William Arnold's death in the Times? - but you did not know him, - you remember he wrote...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Times, ThePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'We rushed here for ten days on Monday; & last night your letter & Macmillan's Mag. followed us, and was received with...Elizabeth Gaskell and her daughters 'Meta' and Julia [n/a]Macmillan's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I extremely like & admire Framley Parsonage, - & the Idle Boy; and the Inaugural address. I like Lovel the Widower, o...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Cornhill MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Oh! [italics] please [end italics] ask the Tutor not to trouble humself or his friends about the press-gang affair. T...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Annual RegisterPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'we set out on an enquiring expedition, first to yr pastry cook's, where I got a dictionary, and found my words'Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][German/English dictionary]Print: Book
1850-1899'I saw in one of our Manchester papers yesterday what I am delighted to learn, that you are the Rector of Lincoln's.'Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][Manchester newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'do you ever see Fraser's Magazine. If you do I wish you would look back to the number for (say either) August, Sepr, ...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Fraser's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In this way he [Mr Bosanquet] has seen some of your letters, & read the Atlantic &c, & especially begged me for a let...Charles Bosanquet [n/a]Atlantic MonthlyPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'You will see we gain - 'we' the English generally, our information from The Times; and I know that Russell's writing ...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][newspaper acconts of events in America in run up to Civil War]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Thank you so much for sending us those loose sheets of newspaper extracts. Who wrote [italics] Two Summers [end itali...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][American newspaper extracts]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'How [italics] very [end italics] interesting the report of the Sanitary Commission is? it tells one so very much one ...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a][Report of the Sanitary Commission]Print: Unknown
1850-1899'I want you to tell me what Genl Butler really is - whether an "Our Hero" as a paper in the Atlantic called him; or an...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Atlantic MonthlyPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'on Wednesday last (day before yesterday) we came home from paying calls; & found to our surprize that the Daily News ...Florence Elizabeth Crompton [n/a]Daily NewsPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'the P.M.Gs came all safe, & right, and are such a pleasure! they come [italics] through [end italics] Paris, and [ita...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Pall Mall GazettePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Can you tell who wrote the Review of Miss Martineau's letters in the (this week's) Inquirer signed I.R.'.Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Inquirer, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'All we know as yet is from the TIMES, speaking of deaths from cholera in 5th reg. "Senior Captain Duckworth dead". "P...Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell [n/a]Times, ThePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'A spendid constellation of Poets arose in the literary horizon - I looked around for Crabbe - Why does not he, who sh...Mary Leadbeter [n/a]Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I will not forget Blackwood's Magazine, for though you will not approve much you will certainly be entertained by som...George Crabbe [n/a]Blackwood's Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'The public opinion [of the trial of Catherine Cook, a servant convicted of theft] is, I think, expressed in the Morni...George Crabbe [n/a]Morning Herald, ThePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'How are you supplied with Books; I have some from Bath, but I begin to be weary of toil & Humour. yet Mr Reynolds was...George Crabbe [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I read the papers, Reviews &c &c and cannot help perceiving strong prejudices on both Sides of the Reform Question. B...George Crabbe [n/a][newspapers at time of Reform debate]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I read the papers, Reviews &c &c and cannot help perceiving strong prejudices on both Sides of the Reform Question. B...George Crabbe [n/a]Blackwoods Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Up to dinner, talking to Emily, practising the piano, playing with the children, reading Hoare's admirable article on...Antonia White [n/a]VoguePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'[King] likes Doughty, Arabian Knights [sic], Froissart.'Cecil King [n/a]Arabian Nights, ThePrint: Book
1900-1945'I think I am not [italics] serious [end italics] enough! Sometimes when I look through the [italics] New Statesman [e...Antonia White [n/a]New Statesman, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I have been struck by finding the same thought within a few days in two very different places - in George Eliot and i...Antonia White [n/a][an American magazine]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'One is driven back to the Gospels and one does not know how to interpret them' [writing of her desire to understand t...Antonia White [n/a][Gospels]Print: Book
1700-1799'Here entered our kind Host, and brought us a Paper called the [italics] Champion [end italics], in which was a very h...Laetitia Pilkington [n/a]Champion, ThePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799[Mr Rooke gives an account of his average day] 'I rise about Nine, drink Coffee, not that I like it, but that it gives...George Rooke [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799'Indeed it were to wished that either this learned and excellent Divine [Dr Delany], or some other of equal Abilities,...Laetitia Pilkington [n/a]Old TestamentPrint: Book
1900-1945'It is very exciting to read about the B'sh troops in Spa & Malmedy, bits of land that I know as well as the top of Ca...Ford Madox Ford [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I wish you were down here, darling so that we cd. consult - about ads in the paper. Just look at this [presumably an ...Ford Madox Ford [n/a][newspaper classifieds]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1900-1945'The enclosed press cuttings have just arrived via Clifford. I've read 'em. It might be a good plan to give The Author...Esther Gwendolyn, 'Stella' Bowen [n/a][press cuttings - subject unknown]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'It is very curious her [Ford's daughter's] coquettish mischievousness. If you shew her a letter she will always say i...Esther Julia Ford [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I see there is a little reference to him [Drake] in a rude interview with me in the [underlined] World [end underlini...Ford Madox Ford [n/a]World, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The Daily mail has persistent articles about Stabilisation at 100' [reference to currency fluctuations]Esther Gwendolyn, 'Stella' Bowen [n/a]Daily Mail, ThePrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I have just bought the New York Times - wh. feels relatively home-like & read that the AMERICAN CHORUS GIRL IS BEAUTI...Ford Madox Ford [n/a]New York TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I am sending you a copy of the [underlined] Saturday Review [end underlining] with an article of mine & your Lavigne ...Ford Madox Ford [n/a]Saturday ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Almost every day there is some reference to it [Ford's book on Conrad] here or there. I am sending you a copy of the ...Ford Madox Ford [n/a]Saturday ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The Last Post has hitherto had rather a bad press. There were two most violent attacks - on that and N.Y.i. N. A. in ...Ford Madox Ford [n/a]New York Times Book ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I lay down on my bed and tried to improve my mind, reading articles about the political situation in the Pacific Ocea...Ford Madox Ford [n/a][articles on Pacific politics]Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'The older generation read "Die Zeit", a large format newspaper in Yiddish, printed in Hebrew characters, whose conten...Jewish residents of the Gorbals [n/a]Die ZeitPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'[Father] taught himself to read English almost perfectly. Mother somehow taught herself enough English to get the gis...Mrs Glasser [n/a][English newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'[Father] taught himself to read English almost perfectly. Mother somehow taught herself enough English to get the gis...Mrs Glasser [n/a]Die ZeitPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I spent hours, days, in the great Reading Room of the Mitchell Library. Young as I was, in my ragged shorts, frayed j...Ralph Glasser [n/a]Who's WhoPrint: Book
1900-1945'A few weeks before my fourteenth birthday I read that Einstein was coming to Glasgow to address the university, and m...Ralph Glasser [n/a][announcement of Einstein talk]Print: Unknown
1900-1945'After I left school, the Mitchell became if possible even more important. I read widely, indiscriminately: the lives ...Ralph Glasser [n/a]Encyclopaedia BritannicaPrint: Book
1900-1945'After I left school, the Mitchell became if possible even more important. I read widely, indiscriminately: the lives ...Ralph Glasser [n/a][dictionaries]Print: Book
1900-1945'Press reports from Russia had an unreal quality, suggesting that observers did not dare believe the horror thinly con...Ralph Glasser [n/a][newspaper reports on Russia]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I went into the grey monastic quad of the Bodleian, the Old School quad, and read the legend in gold above each doorw...Ralph Glasser [n/a][inscriptions at the Bodleian library]Manuscript: Graffito
1900-1945'I met a girl who worked in one of the intelligence sections at Blenheim. In her bed-sitter one evening, as we sat in ... [n/a][Intelligence lists of communists]Print: Unknown
1900-1945'In the dimness I had missed - how could I have done! - a few lines of crabbed writing at the very top of the paper, s...Ralph Glasser [n/a][Oxford Finals Class Lists]Print: Poster
1700-1799'We hear of nothing but the Prince of Wales, but as we get no other account in our letters but what is to be seen in t...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Pray tell Lady Louisa that I have been reading the last "Quarterly Review" (No. XLII) more steadily than I could do a...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'If the paper today speaks truth about the King's sending for the Duke of Sussex, he begins as he should do, for no on...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'I have not read the Edinburgh Magazine you mention, but if it attacks Walter Scott (or whoever it may be) for a desig...Louisa Clinton [n/a]Edinburgh MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Another thing pleases me, the general approbation of the last "Quarterly Review", Mr Lockhart's first, I believe, and...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Another thing pleases me, the general approbation of the last "Quarterly Review", Mr Lockhart's first, I believe, and...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Wellesley Long has thought fit to produce before Chancery his letters to his children, and like everything else they ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Morning PostPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'Wellesley Long has thought fit to produce before Chancery his letters to his children, and like everything else they ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Courier, The Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Wellesley Long has thought fit to produce before Chancery his letters to his children, and like everything else they ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][Unknown newspaper - article on Wellesley Long Chancery Case]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Do tell me what more you have heard about the poor Fans. [Fanshawes]. Is it to such an extent as is rumoured? the new...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'Did you see in the newspaper that W.S. has avowed himself the author of "Waverley" etc.? He said at a public meeting ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'In the bushel of advertisements tacked to the "Quarterly Review", I spy two from Cadell that I am very glad to see - ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Quarterly Review [advertisements for forthcoming works by Scott]Print: Advertisement, Serial / periodical
1800-1849'In the bushel of advertisements tacked to the "Quarterly Review", I spy two from Cadell that I am very glad to see - ...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a]Quarterly Review [Review of Southey's "John Bunyan"]Print: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Bentley's puffs in the newspaper (for Jane Scott's "Trevelyan") quite sicken me, all admirable and charming alike, wr...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspaper advertisements for "Trevelyan"]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'in came the Rector with, "I have just been at the Hall, Ly Maria has just got the "Court Journal", which says "Trevel... [n/a]Court JournalPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'The newspapers having transferred their puffs from "Trevelyan" to something more recent I am tranquillized again, and...Louisa, Lady Stuart [n/a][newspaper advertisements for Jane Scott's Trevelyan and other books]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849'I have not been able to discover the author of the article in the Quarterly that you mention. We all admired it very ...Anne Romilly [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I have not been able to discover the author of the article in the Quarterly that you mention. We all admired it very ...Maria Edgeworth [n/a]Quarterly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'If the Quarterly Reviewers should not think proper to publish it [an article by Edgeworth] Sir Saml wishes you would ...Anne Romilly [n/a]Philanthropist, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'I send you some lines which he [Lord Byron] printed but did not publish, and which were handed about [italics] confid...Anne Romilly [n/a]Morning ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1800-1849'His letters [PB Shelley's in relation to his desertion of his wife] were really curious. A more singular display of t...Anne Romilly [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849'How merciless and ungentlemanlike the"Quarterly Review" is upon Lady Morgan! It is the only thing that could have mad...Anne Romilly [n/a]Quarterly Review Print: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'[editor's words. A family friend having tried to shake EH's religious faith,] To terminate this state of doubt, which...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'[EH having been expecting her brother back from India] Think, then, what I felt on reading in the newspaper of that s...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799'"The Gentleman's Magazine", begun and carried on by Mr Edward Cave , under the name of SYLVANUS URBAN, had attracted ...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Gentleman's Magazine, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'I myself recollect such impressions [of reverence, like Johnson displayed for the "Gentleman's Magazine"] from "The S...James Boswell [n/a]Scot's Magazine, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'all the esays [in the "Universal Visitor"] marked with two [italics] asterisks [end italics] have been ascribed to hi...James Boswell [n/a]The Universal VisitorPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'At home there were daily Bible-readings in the family circle for many years, but secular reading aloud happily also f...Housman family [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'[A Mr Murphy was looking for something to print in "The Gray's Inn Journal" and a Mr Foote suggested] "Here is a Fren...Mr Murphy [n/a]Rambler, The Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899I mentioned the periodical paper called "The Connoisseur." He said it wanted matter. No doubt it has not the deep thin...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Connoisseur, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899I mentioned the periodical paper called "The Connoisseur." He said it wanted matter. No doubt it has not the deep thin...Samuel Johnson [n/a]World, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I mentioned the periodical paper called "The Connoisseur." He said it wanted matter. No doubt it has not the deep thi...James Boswell [n/a]Connoisseur, ThePrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'The King then asked him if there were any other literary journals published in this kingdom, except the "Monthly" and...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Monthly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'The King then asked him if there were any other literary journals published in this kingdom, except the "Monthly" and...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Critical ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'The King then asked him if there were any other literary journals published in this kingdom, except the "Monthly" and...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Philosophical Transactions of the Royal SocietyPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799[EDITOR WRITES]'During several months, Mr Hamilton was sedulously engaged in unravelling all the intricacies of the Pe...Charles Hamilton [n/a]Hedaya Print: Book
1800-1849'[EDITOR'S WORDS] The author, directed by her learned friends, was indefatigable in collecting documents and procuring...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a][Classical latin works in translation]Print: Book
1800-1849'[EDITOR'S WORDS] The author, directed by her learned friends, was indefatigable in collecting documents and procuring...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a][modern works on Classical subjects]Print: Book
1700-1799'It now only remains for me to walk worthy of that vocation to which I am called. Let me do so in the very manner in w...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a]Bible [ Paul to the Ephesians, Ch 4]Print: Book
1800-1849'The superiority of the Scriptures to every composition of human genius, must appear incontestible to those who persev...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1800-1849'In studying the prophets, with a view of particularly examining the witness they bear to the Messiah, many things hav...Elizabeth Hamilton [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1700-1799'"The London Chronicle", which was the only newspaper he constantly took in, being brought, the office of reading it a...Samuel Johnson [n/a]London ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'"The London Chronicle", which was the only newspaper he constantly took in, being brought, the office of reading it a...James Boswell [n/a]London ChroniclePrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'At this time it appears from his "Prayers and Meditations," that he had been more than commonly diligent in religious...Samuel Johnson [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'On Saturday, April 3, the day after my arrival in London this year, I went to his house late in the evening, and sat ...Mrs Williams [n/a]London Chronicle Print: Newspaper
1700-1799'[on Good Friday] We went to church both in the morning and evening. In the interval between the two services we did n...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Greek New TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'[Letter from Johnson to Boswell] There has appeared lately in the papers an account of a boat overset between Mull a...Samuel Johnson [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1700-1799'In his [Johnson's] manuscript diary of this year, there is the following entry: "Nov. 27. Advent Sunday. I conside...Samuel Johnson [n/a][Greek Testaments]Print: Book
1700-1799'I had brought with me a great bundle of Scotch magazines and newspapers, in which his "Journey to the Western Islands...James Boswell [n/a][various Scottish magazine reviews of Johnson's 'Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland']Print: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'Oct. 24. Tuesday. We visited the King's library.—I saw the "Speculum humanae Salvationis", rudely printed with ink,...Samuel Johnson [n/a]Durandi Sanctuarium Print: Book
1700-1799Early childhood reminisences: 'my deep impression is that she was a Holy, devoted follower of the Lord Jesus, but her...Catherine Gurney [n/a]ScripturesPrint: Book
1700-1799Early childhood reminisences: 'my deep impression is that she was a Holy, devoted follower of the Lord Jesus, but her...Catherine Gurney [n/a]PsalmsPrint: Book
1700-1799'I often go to see poor Bob who seems to me dying and it is a good thing to attend a person in that situation. I think...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'After reading to poor Bob which was a cross to me because some one was present I wrote this.'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I slept late. Too unwell to go to meeting but have been writing and working which I disapprove of doing in general on...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] Testament [probably]Print: Book
1700-1799'I slept late. Too unwell to go to meeting but have been writing and working which I disapprove of doing in general on...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] Testament [probably]Print: Book
1700-1799'in the afternoon I laid down had a very sweet nap which I did enjoy - read in the Testament ... I then went and read ...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'in the afternoon I laid down had a very sweet nap which I did enjoy - read in the Testament ... I then went and read ...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'in the afternoon I laid down had a very sweet nap which I did enjoy - read in the Testament ... I then went and read ...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][unknown]Print: Book
1700-1799'In the afternoon ... I went to the Cathedral then I came home read to the Normans and little Castleton'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a]Bible [most likely]Print: Book
1700-1799'I first wrote to my father then wrote a little journal, read two chapters in the Testament, had a good lesson of Fren...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I have been great part of this morning with poor Bob who seems now dying. I read a long chapter in the Testament to h...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'This day I begin to read through the Bible. I have finished the Testament. I wish to read the Bible of a morning and ...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a]Bible [Old Testament]Print: Book
1700-1799'I read to the old Normans'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'read to Mrs Norman'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I have been reading a good deal in the Testament today'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'This morning Kitty came in for us to read the Testament together, which I enjoyed, I read my favourite chapter the 15...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I had rather a comfortable drive here from Shrewsbury, read in the Testament and got by heart one or two verses'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I first wrote in my journal, read in the Testament after breakfast'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'I then wrote a little journal, read a chapter away from the fire; rather as a cross to the body; but I had such a swe...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'I then read french and wrote it, had one or two little interruptions'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][French]Print: Book
1700-1799'I went to see E. Golder, and friend Bullen came in ... we read a little in the Testament and the journal of Job Scott'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'Read my Testament and felt not destitute of religion'Elizabeth Gurney [n/a][New] TestamentPrint: Book
1700-1799'12 verse. 4th chap: Paul to Timothy; this does strike my mind deeply; Let no man despite thy youth but be thou an exa...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1800-1849'I feel very unworthy this morning. Though the day appeared to begin well in a few words of solemn supplication after ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Enabled publicly after "Reading" to cast my care upon our Henry Helper'Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Yesterday I was enabled after reading to cast my care wholly and publicly upon the great helper of the helpless, in w...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'A chapter we read this morning tendered my spirit and raised it in aspirations to the God of my help. Describing by w...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]2 CorinthiansPrint: Book
1800-1849'The 40th and 42nd Psalms spoke comfort to me this morning, and I may say they greatly expressed the language of my sp...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'Having poured forth my soul in prayer, and having exhorted my household to live in the love and fear of the Lord, I h...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Esther)Print: Book
1800-1849'I told no one my state until about the time to get up. I then dressed. I felt bound to have my husband, children, my ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Upon reading the 2nd Chap. in Deuteronomy I felt this verse so much the acknowledgement of my heart, though all the w...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Deuteronomy)Print: Book
1800-1849'These words in Eccles. struck me much. Ch. II v 21 & 22: "Marvel not at the works of sinners, but trust in the Lord a...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Ecclesiastes)Print: Book
1800-1849'I paid a very interesting visit to two female convict ships with my dear sister E. Fry and cousin Sarah last 6th day,...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'The first day before leaving home I must also describe if I can. It was one of the most interesting nature. In the fi...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'My sisters Catherine, Rachel, Chenda and myself had a very remarkable morning, I felt most easy to stay at home from ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'On the morning of the New Year we assembled almost all our large household, and many guests, principally young ones. ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I then went to town, and at Newgate, where I went under feelings of rather deep concern, found unexpectedly [underlin...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'We spent a cheerful, sober evening, until a general family Reading, when several joined our interesting party. We rea...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Colossians)Print: Book
1800-1849'Last sixth day a very interesting time at Newgate, numbers there, clergy, some nobility, a sheriff, [underline] many ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Our wedding day twenty nine years since we married! My texts for the morning are applicable: "Our light affliction wh...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Corinthians)Print: Book
1800-1849'In the evening our dear brother Buxton dined with us, and spent the evening; and after our Reading I had to return th...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'The last time I parted with those in the Ship Mary such a scene all around me, when I parted from them, probably for ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'My spirit is however brought low before the Lord, on behalf of some most dear - ah, the unutterable conflict that giv...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'We have been favoured the last two days to have all our fifteen children around us ... After dinner we walked a littl...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'dined at Lord Bexley's, afterwards led to many fears - worry about showing off - But a few words in the Proverbs enco...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Proverbs)Print: Book
1800-1849'I returned from Brighton the day before yesterday having felt a drawing of love to visit the Friends; and to attend t...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'[came home to find one of her sons drinking ale with some men with fireworks] I slept only at short intervals, up and...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'5th day last - This evening William Foster read the 5th chap of Isaiah expressing his full belief that our Joseph wou...William Foster [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1800-1849'And in the evening strength was given me with a very large party to speak a little on the subject of slavery and then...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Last evening we had more than fifty guests, some influential persons of this world, young and old, French and English...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1800-1849'In the evening we had many young women but hardly any men. Our great object was to stimulate them in every good word ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'We had a large meeting at one of the pasteurs at Aix en Provance the few Protestants there and their Pastor requested...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'At Nismes we found a large party at one of the Pasteurs, where we had some further conversation on District Societies...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I also had a serious reading of the Holy Scriptures with many English, who came to see us at our hotel, and a time of...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'We were sent for to visit Prince and Princess Charles and their children and paid them an agreeable and I hope not un...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I had then to enter a drawing room full of company to receive numbers of foreigners, and our ambassador Lord William ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'In the evening we had a very large party to our reading and worship. I should think nearly a hundred persons ... we h...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-189915 Oct 1855 Meeting Minutes: Report from Elizabeth Fry Refuge - 'One of them Eliza Salmon was a Roman Catholic and has...Eliza Salmon [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Daily entry in journal, reads the Scriptures to the female convicts on board the 'Cadet' every morning and evening.R.W. Gibbs [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Thurs 16 November 1848: 'Visited an invalid in hospital, conversed with her on her everlasting concern, read and expou...R.W. Gibbs [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Mon 20 November 1848: 'After service conversed with Ellen Hinds and Anne Wheatcroft who appeared truly contrite, read ...R.W. Gibbs [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Tues 21 November 1848: 'After service conversed apart with Anne Wheatcroft who indicated a very favourable state of mi...R.W. Gibbs [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-184927 Nov 1848 to 17 Apr 1849: visits the inmates in ship hospital to read Scriptures to them every morning.R.W. Gibbs [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Tues 27 Mar 1849 - Sat 31 Mar 1849: chaplain had accident on board ship, Matron reads Scriptures to convicts every mor... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Fri 19 Jan 1849: 'After service instructed a class of Bible readers - improving much'female convicts [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Fri 31 Jan 1849: 'After service instructed a class of Bible readers - desirous to improve'female convicts [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Fri 10 Mar 1849: 'After service instructed a class of Bible readers - improving in Scripture knowledge'female convicts [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'In the evening my father brought two friends with him and Lawrence Candler. As I was reading to my children in the la...Elizabeth Gurney [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'After breakfast, I believed it better to propose reading in the Bible, but I felt doing it, particularly as my brothe...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'After breakfast, I believed it better to propose reading in the Bible, but I felt doing it, particularly as my brothe...Joseph Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'I rather felt this morning it would have been right for me to read the Bible again, and stop George Dilwyn and Joseph...Joseph Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I again felt some difficulty at reading the Bible, however, I got through well. George Dilwyn encouraging me, by sayi...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'George Dilwyn said, for our encouragement this morning, that he had seen, since he had been with us, the efficacy of ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'I was up in pretty good time, dressed by eight, and after reading, settled my great housekeeping accounts'Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'After reading a little, I went some way off to see a poor woman'Elizabeth Fry [n/a][unknown, possibly Bible]Print: Book
1800-1849'In the evening, after reading at Earlham, I was greatly helped in prayer, for my brothers and sisters, who were all p...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'After poor John's funeral, I wished the servants, and those who attended, and were disposed to do so, to come and rea...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849'Yesterday I experienced liveliness of spirit, without any apparent cause; nothing but free mercy and grace, for I thi...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'At last I have been enabled to accomplish my desire in having the greater part of our family here, present at the Scr...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Dec 1816 - Fry recommences visits to Newgate prison: 'On her second visit, she was, at her own request, left alone amo...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849Words of a gentleman, well known to Fry, desirous of seeing and judging for himself effects of the experiment in Newga... [n/a]Bible (probably)Print: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the Visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 1 May 1817: 'Most of th... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the Visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 1 May 1817: '[school ro...Sophie de C [n/a][unknown]Print: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 1 May 1817: '[school ro...Sophia de C [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 1 May 1817: 'We next pr...Sophia de C [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 2 May 1817: 'Rose early...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849ms journal of Sophia de C-, one of the ladies of the visiting Society for Newgate, entry dated 24 May 1817: 'I read to...Sophia de C [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Fry explains reading to prisoners to Committee of House of Commons on the Prisons of the Metropolis, 27 Feb 1818: 'our...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Fry explains reading to prisoners to Committee of House of Commons on the Prisons of the Metropolis, 27 Feb 1818: 'our... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'The last time that Mrs Fry was on board the Maria, whilst she lay at Deptford, was one of those solemn and interestin...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Extract of letter from Lady Mackintosh to E. Fry: 'I have had a note from Sir James - "I dined Saturday, June 3rd, at ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Ephesians)Print: Book
1800-1849E. Fry writes to her husband and daughter, Rachel, of the death of her sister, Priscilla Gurney, dated 25 Mar 1821: 'I...Priscilla Gurney [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Recollections of Miss Young, who accompanied her father, Captain Young, to female convict ships at Woolwich: 'On board...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849Letter from brother-in-law, T.F. Buxton, to E. Fry, Northrepps, 1 Dec 1828: 'I very quiet day yesterday, and a long ti...Thomas Fowell Buxton [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849Journal 20 Dec 1837: 'Afterwards I went to Clapham to visit a poor dying converted Jew, who had sent a letter to beg m...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849Journal 20 Dec 1837: 'Afterwards I went to Clapham to visit a poor dying converted Jew, who had sent a letter to beg m...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Journal of Miss Fraser, Newgate prison visitor, dated 29 Nov 1834: 'I spent an interesting time in Newgate, Mrs Fry an...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Journal of Miss Fraser, Newgate prison visitor, dated 29 Nov 1834: 'I spent an interesting time in Newgate, Mrs Fry an...James [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849Visit to France, 1838, accompanied by Joseph Fry, friend Josiah Forster, and Lydia Irving. Letter to children, Abbevil...Elizabeth Fry [n/a][unknown]Print: Book
1800-1849Visit to France, 1838, accompanied by Joseph Fry, friend Josiah Forster, and Lydia Irving. Letter to children, Abbevil...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Visit to France, 1838, accompanied by Joseph Fry, friend Josiah Forster, and Lydia Irving. Letter to children, Abbevil...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849Aug 1838, journey to Scotland with sister in law E. Fry, friend John Sanderson, and from 15th, William Ball, a Quaker ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Aug 1838, journey to Scotland with sister in law E. Fry, friend John Sanderson, and from 15th, William Ball, a Quaker ...Quakers [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Aug 1838, journey to Scotland with sister in law E. Fry, friend John Sanderson, and from 15th, William Ball, a Quaker ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849Aug 1838, journey to Scotland with sister in law E. Fry, friend John Sanderson, and from 15th, William Ball, a Quaker ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Journal, Boulogne 28 May 1843: 'The afternoon of the Sabbath I paid a distressing visit to the St Lazare Prison; such ...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Evidence of E. Fry to parliamentary Select Committee - Fry explains that she is careful in her prison readings to have...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (Old Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849Day on which E. Fry read the new rules to the female prisoners at Newgate: 'when this business was concluded, one of t...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849Officials invited into Newgate to see the success of E. Fry's new prison routine: 'In compliance with this appointment...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849Account of the gifts given to several female prisoners who burnt their playing cards: 'she called the first to her, an... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'in expressing our acknowledgement of the good they have done, it is our duty to point out those parts of their procee...Elizabeth Fry [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-184924pp pamphlet describing a reading by Mrs Fry to the female prisoners at Newgate, at which the author was present. pp....Elizabeth Fry [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1800-1849'The following particulars relating to a poor woman named Amelia Roberts, who has hanged for robbing her master's hous...Amelia Roberts [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'The following particulars relating to a poor woman named Amelia Roberts, who has hanged for robbing her master's hous...Amelia Roberts [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Mary O'Connor, the woman first appointed to be school-mistress to her fellow-prisoners, conducted herself with much p...Mary O'Connor [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Mary Joy was convicted in July, 1834. From the period of her conviction, her mind seems to have been exercised with a...Mary Joy [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'Mary Joy was convicted in July, 1834 ... She was indeed in bad health at the time of her coming to Newgate; she belie...Mary Joy [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Mary Joy was convicted in July, 1834 ... She remained in Newgate till the month of January, when a pardon was obtaine... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Eliza Cooper was first visited in Newgate in the summer of 1849. She was committed for unlawfully deserting her infan... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Eliza Cooper was first visited in Newgate in the summer of 1849. She was committed for unlawfully deserting her infan...Eliza Cooper [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Eliza Cooper was first visited in Newgate in the summer of 1849. She was committed for unlawfully deserting her infan... [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Eliza Cooper was first visited in Newgate in the summer of 1849. She was committed for unlawfully deserting her infan...Eliza Cooper [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Eliza Cooper was first visited in Newgate in the summer of 1849. She was committed for unlawfully deserting her infan... [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'The case of Maria Manning is not one which it can be in any measure satisfactory to dwell upon ... Manning requested ... [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read some numbers of Blackwood and enjoyed myself much more than I should have done had I been gadding about in the w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Great article abusive of Wackerow appeared in Ovens & Murray this morning'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the paper at Hutchinson's in the afternoon.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I took a stroll as far as the Mechanics read the papers came home had some toddy & a bath & went to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I was busy with prison business till past nine o clock, then I went to the Mechanics & read the papers, came home had...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Had a little barney with Polly, owing to my reading some cutting remarks by "a woman" "on women" in the Broadway Maga...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Broadway MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I read the Papers at [the Mechanics?]'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown- newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I strolled down to the Mechanics & had a glance at the pictures in the English comic periodicals. Th...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown- periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went for a walk with Polly, called at the Mechanics & got some periodicals, took a turn through the Ea...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the Evening paper, not much news.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went into town & read the papers, there was very little new & the town seemed quiet Bourke Street bein...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'A leading article appeared in the Argus of this morning lauding the management of Dunedin Gaol & calling attention to...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went in the evening to the Mechanics & read the papers, or rather tried to do so. The Church Assembly was sitting in ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics this evening & had a look at the Herald.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics this evening & had a look at the papers, the Philarmonic (sic) people were practising so ready ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'My letter appeared in the Argus this morning & created quite a flutter.' [letter to the editor in response to the art...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Argus of this morning a Leading Article appeared in which "my taking an erroneous view of the meaning of a pre...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Looked in at the Mechanics & read a little in Punch & the papers, then came back to the Gaol'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Looked in at the Mechanics & read a little in Punch & the papers, then came back to the Gaol'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went down to the Mechanics Institute this evening, the Library was shut up, found however all the English periodicals...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][English periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went into town in the evening & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into town in the evening saw by the Ovens Paper of Thursday that Mrs Zincke gave birth to a little girl on the 2...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899' In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the Evening Paper.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into town in the evening & read the papers, on my return the girls were very jolly.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & read the papers, returned had some beer & went to bed.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into town in the evening to the Mechanics read the papers came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the papers, came home after a stroll in Bourke Street'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Was at the Mechanics to-day went especially to see the Ovens & Murray & whether my "Copy" had been used, it did not a...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the Australasian & lounged upon the sofa after dinner till muster time.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Received two copies of the Ovens & Murray Advertiser. Glennon’s advertisement offering £25 Reward for the discove...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics read in the Ovens & Murray a skit I had written some week or more since on “T...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers, nothing particular.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'An answer to the letter I wrote to the Argus about Dunedin Gaol appeared to-day in the Argus signed “Robert Stout...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'My letter in reply to Mr Stout appeared in the Argus.' [composed previous day]John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & read the papers. Punch very fair & should improve now its competitors have be...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the papers, returned home had a smoke & then went off to bed.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the papers, turning the Country ones over nervously for fear of finding...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics read the papers & then spent some time in searching among different periodical...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'after dinner we parted I had a look at the papers at the Mechanics & then came home.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In evening I went into town & read the Papers at the Mechanics, nothing yet done about the formation of a new Ministr...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899' In Bourke Street I met Joe White & we commenced as usual chatting on different subjects. I asked what sort of a pla...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'after tea went to the Mechanics & read the papers then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers. McCulloch is forming a Ministry & asked the House to give hi...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers. The Ministry not yet formed & the House adjourned till to-mo...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea I read some goblin stories to the youngsters, then I went to the Mechanics & read the papers. "Touchstone"...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Age which is bidding to be considered the Government Organ as it was during the old McCulloch Ministry is yet ver...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Age which is bidding to be considered the Government Organ as it was during the old McCulloch Ministry is yet ver...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Age which is bidding to be considered the Government Organ as it was during the old McCulloch Ministry is yet ver...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899' Went to the Mechanics this evening & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Came home & bought the Extraordinary there was very little in it in fact no item that was to me of any importance at ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The ExtraordinaryPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Tea I went into town & spent an hour at the Mechanics saw some of the English Comic Journals the other magazine...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][English comic periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening after tea I read a fairy tale to the Youngsters then went to the Mechanics & had a look at the Papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went to the Mechanics & read the papers for an hour or two'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea I read a fairy tale to the youngsters & then went to the Mechanics & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Dotty's two little girls are on a visit to us they came either yesterday or on the day previous. This evening I read...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics... & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers, then returned home had some more gin & water & went to bed.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'It came on to rain very fast this evening, however I went to the Mechanics & read the papers very little however in t...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I went to the Mechanics & read the papers. Touchstone has a Cartoon'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TouchstonePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'By the Argus of this morning I saw that Mr Wintle died last evening.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers nothing very particular in them.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Mechanics & read the Ovens & Murray, saw that Evan Evans Louisa Wintle’s husband had p...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers home by nine o clock'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went to the Mechanics read the papers & got some Blackwood's Magazines ... when I got home Polly had g...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went to the Mechanics read the papers & got some Blackwood's Magazines ... when I got home Polly had g...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After tea I read to the youngsters & then went out for a walk, came back & read the Australasian'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers in the afternoon'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics & poured over the papers. In the Evening Herald there was a paragraph stating "B...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899''In the evening went to the Mechanics & poured over the papers. In the Evening Herald there was a paragraph stating "...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - comic periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went into town after Muster & read the papers at the Mechanics, did not see any very great news in fact never remembe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into town after Muster & read the papers at the Mechanics, did not see any very great news in fact never remembe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Illustrated [?]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went into town to the Mechanics & read the Papers, saw that the verdict against Draper had been upheld...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea did Harry's sums & then went to the Mechanics a second time skimmed the Weeklys'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers between muster & Tea time.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'after tea I went to the Mechanics & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Mechanics this evening & read the papers then took a stroll & came home.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'A great sensation in the Herald of this evening. In a fit of jealousy, a Mr Cook shot a Mrs Moss through the heart & ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening the ladies went to St Peters church I staid at home & did Harry's sums then amused myself by reading a...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Bell's ElocutionistPrint: Book
1850-1899'I read the papers at the Mechanics in the evening & brought home a book'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers saw by the Herald Mr McMullen of Wangaratta died from the effects of a fall f...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster went into Town & read the papers at the Mechanics ... I stayed at home & finished “The Giraffe Hunters...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers before tea, went again after tea & exchanged some books, came home & read til...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster I went to the Mechanics & read the papers then strolled through the town ... Did not go out on Saturday ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After Muster I went to the Mechanics & read the papers then strolled through the town ... Did not go out on Saturday ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the afternoon I read a story out of Grimm's Goblins to the little girls & after Muster as the weather was wet I st...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the afternoon I mustered & then sat reading till tea time. In the evening I went as usual to the Mechanics & read ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The English Mail was telegraphed to day nothing very important in the Telegram published by the Argus'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & read the papers saw in the Ovens & Murray that Kerferd in his letter stated every one connect...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the afternoon after muster went to the Mechanics & read the papers. Melbourne Punch had a picture of the Tasmanian...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Melbourne PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After Muster went into town & read the Papers at the Mechanics'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899' In the Australasian of yesterday "The Peripatetic" announced his last article having as he said sold his office of F...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to the Mechanics & had a look at the Evening Herald & at Melbourne Punch nothing startling in eithe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to the Mechanics & had a look at the Evening Herald & at Melbourne Punch nothing startling in eithe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Melbourne PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & turned over the leaves of "Touchstone". There's nothing in it.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TouchstonePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Saw by the Ovens & Murray Advertiser that Butler is really about leaving Beechworth'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went to the Mechanics & read the Herald then came back & stayed at home the whole of the evening'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to the Mechanics & read the evening Herald brought some periodicals away & got home in time for tea...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to the Mechanics & read the evening Herald brought some periodicals away & got home in time for tea...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics in the evening & read the papers. Mr Gordon a well known sporting man & a poet of some pretens...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I mustered at four o clock & after tea went into town & read the Evening Herald, with the exception of an Attempt at ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Mechanics, nothing of much importance or interest in the Evening Herald'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster although it was raining & the weather was exceedingly unpleasant I went into town & read the papers at t...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster this afternoon I went into town & read the evening paper, Nothing particular in it, the newspaper boys w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received newspaper from Beechworth nothing much except that Sixpenny nobblers are now general in the township.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Came home read a story in Temple Bar, drank my grog smoked my pipe & went to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Temple BarPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After muster I went to the Mechanics & read the Herald which was eagerly sought after for further intelligence concer...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening after Muster I went into Melbourne & read the papers. The English ones were on the table. Got home bef...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'This evening I went to the Mechanics & read the Papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Last night at Hotham a woman was beaten to death my her husband. The woman it seems was addicted to drink & the man ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics & then to the Yorick Club, not much in the Papers so I amused myself by looking through "The Su...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick Club in the evening & skimmed the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to the Yorick Club & peeped at the papers came home to dinner'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Got some Beechworth Papers, great Leading Article regarding the dismissal of Stewart & the Turnkeys.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I strolled down to the Mechanics & had a glance at the pictures in the English comic periodicals. Th...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - comic periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After Muster I went to the Mechanics & had a look at the Evening paper. There was nothing however particular in it.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the Australasian, till Mr Wyburn & Miss Morphy put in an appearance'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Was shocked to see by the Argus this morning that Mr Farie was dangerously ill & on enquiring at the office I found i...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick Club this afternoon or rather evening stayed there & read a Review in Blackwood on [Lothair?] it w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'called at the Yorick Club, read the papers, very little new in any of them'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'went to the Yorick Club & had another look at the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I sat at home & read ... After tea I went into town & called at the "Mechanics" & afterwards at the "Yor...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the office this morning nothing new excepting that the Argus speaks of "Earl" as Second favourite for the Met...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster this afternoon I went to the Yorick Club & read some of the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went after muster to the Yorick. In the Herald of this evening "Castieau" was mentioned among the passengers in a Ste...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'A Paragraph appeared in both the Argus & the Age this morning about Harry's accident & the boy was of course as pleas...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'A Paragraph appeared in both the Argus & the Age this morning about Harry's accident & the boy was of course as pleas...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went into Melbourne & called at "the Yorick", had a look at Punch, there was a portrait of Dr Paley not ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The "Argus" of this morning was very interesting & it seems the more one think (sic) about the war the more astoundin...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to "The Yorick" & had a peep at some of the English papers "War" "War" "War" is the burden of them ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster went to "The Yorick" & had a peep at some of the English papers "War" "War" "War" is the burden of them ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]StandardPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Herald this evening there was a paragraph stating that thre of the Associates were dismissed & giving the name...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'At the Mechanics to day saw a paragraph about Harry's accident in the Ovens Murray Observer'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea I went to the Yorick Club & read the papers. In the Evening Herald was a remarkable circular from the Soli...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'During the day I read the War Supplement of the Australasian & made myself tolerably conversant with the particulars ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'went to the "Yorick" there was however no one there so I read for a time & then left'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'then spent the rest of the morning in reading the Australasian & "All the Year round"'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'then spent the rest of the morning in reading the Australasian & "All the Year round"'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]All the Year RoundPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read nearly the whole of the day. Had four numbers of "Edwin Drood" & read them all, then in the evening went to the ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'looked in at the Yorick, there was no one at all there however I stayed & read for some time came home had some toddy...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'then went to the Mechanics, read the Ovens & Murray of Saturday last which contained a Supplement with a first rate c...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'then went to "the Yorick" where I met Kane with whom I chatted for some time about "Supple" read the papers then came...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Saw by the Ovens & Murray that Alderdice & Fanny Young had got married, they have been courting for a long time'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'went back to the Argus office where quite a crowd had assembled. Much excitement was occasioned by a placard which w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][placard]Print: Advertisement, Broadsheet, Poster
1850-1899'went back to the Argus office where quite a crowd had assembled. Much excitement was occasioned by a placard which w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Extraordinary (Argus)Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After muster I went into town & spent a couple of hours at the Yorick reading "The Home News" particularly interestin...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Home NewsPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read a great deal of the War news & was truly disgusted at the horrible things that have been enacted'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick in the evening & stayed there for some time reading the last number of Edwin Drood & some English...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick Club in the afternoon & read for some time'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'then went to the Yorick where I stayed for a short time & had a look at the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Account in the papers of great floods at Ballaarat & other places, at Coleraine nine persons are said to have been dr...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into Melbourne in the evening, took a book to the Mechanics & read for a time at the Yorick'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Mechanics changed some Periodicals, then went over to the Yorick & read for a timeJohn Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Mechanics in the evening & changed a book, then went over to the Yorick did not stay long, looked through...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then went to the Yorick where I did a little reading ... Came home soon & after a read & ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Yorick, read for a time then took a walk up Bourke Street'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick club this afternoon & read the Extraordinary the Mail having been Telegraphed to-day. Paris was a...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Extraordinary (Argus)Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to "The Yorick" & read the English Punches'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'went to the Mechanics & turned over some of the "funny" periodicals'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - comic periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'then went to the Yorick where I stayed & read an article in Blackwood'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I went into town this morning & read the Argus at the Yorick Club'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'then to the Yorick at the latter place had a chat with Semple & Eville & a look at Punch'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the "Yorick" & read Punch & some of the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After tea I went for a stroll & looked in at the Yorick Club, read some of the papers & Touchstone the last paper cam...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TouchstonePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Argus had a long detailed account of a row that took place between G.P. Smith & Bowman late member for Maryboroug...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Argus had a long detailed account of a row that took place between G.P. Smith & Bowman late member for Maryboroug...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Yorick & had a look at Punch & the Papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'went into Melbourne after muster & stayed some time reading at the Yorick thought London Punch particularly good this...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899' I passed the morning reading the Australasian'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went into Melbourne in the morning & had a look at the Argus at the Yorick'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'then read the papers at "The Yorick"'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'An advertisement of Polly's appeared in the Argus this morning ... There was no appearance in the Argus of the articl...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1850-1899'I did not go out at all this evening but after tea sat reading till I was tired when Harry & I read together & then I...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'soon after I took a walk as far as the Yorick. Purves was there & we had a little chat. I looked through "The Leader"...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The LeaderPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Some excitement as the English mail was expected & in the morning a report was spread that she had been [telegraphed?...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick & read the English [papers?] or rather looked at the Pictures in them'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Called at the Yorick & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Long articles in the papers describing the escape. The Telegraph & Argus give fair reports, the Age was rather severe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Long articles in the papers describing the escape. The Telegraph & Argus give fair reports, the Age was rather severe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Long articles in the papers describing the escape. The Telegraph & Argus give fair reports, the Age was rather severe...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea went into Melbourne & read the papers at the Yorick'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick & read the papers, then after a look at Punch came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I went to "the Yorick" & had a look at the papers. Came home & went on reading Vanity Fair.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Papers this morning contained a Telegram stating that Mr Charles Smyth the Acting Judge showed great strangeness ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Was favoured this morning by Post with an extract from the Pall Mall Gazette on the manner in which the punishment of...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Pall Mall GazettePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Was sorry to see in the Argus this morning that "Raecke's" private house was burnt down on Sunday evening last & that...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Club in the evening & had a look at Punch.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read The Australasian to myself & some little tales to the children & passed the evening away until past ten'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went into Melbourne & read the papers at "The Yorick" then took a turn through Bourke Street & then home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'then I went into town & called in at the Yorick to read the papers. Recently a youthful individual with innumerable b...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Was sorry to read in The Argus of this morning that "Tommy Hoyle" the well known Beechworth [?] met with an accident ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick in the afternoon. The Club however was unusually empty for Saturday afternoon & so I did not do mu...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Instead of mustering this afternoon I went to the Yorick. The men were however arguing politics & I held my tongue & ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to "The Yorick" but did not stay longer than necessary to have a look at the Herald. The Victorians won the Cric...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I was at "The Yorick" & had a good look at English Punch & The Graphic after which I came home.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I was at "The Yorick" & had a good look at English Punch & The Graphic after which I came home.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The GraphicPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Received the Ovens & Murray. It contained the letter I wrote a few days since. I thought it read very so so but Polly...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into town & read the Newspapers at the Club'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read some stories to the youngsters, about the only good thing I did to-day.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][stories]Print: Book
1850-1899'Went to the Club in the evening & read some of the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Club. Skimmed some of the papers then purchased The Australasian'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening after Mr & Mrs Hall were gone I went to the Yorick & read the papers then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'in the evening went to the Yorick where I spent some time in reading the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'A report in the Telegraph Newspaper this morning was to the effect that the Sheriff would probably be chosen from Mr ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to Melbourne & called at the Club where I had a look at Punch & the other papers 'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'after Muster went into town & read the papers at the Yorick'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'went into the office where I wrote a little article in reply to a stupid Leader that appeared in The Telegraph of thi...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening when the weather had taken up I went to the Club & read for some time, then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'When I got back Polly had gone to bed so I sat & read for an hour & then followed her up stairs. The book I was readi...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blueskin, or the adventures of Jonathan WildPrint: Book
1850-1899'Commenced reading some awful rubbish there is in "Blueskin", a catch-penny thieves book which glorifies "Jack Sheppar...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blueskin, or the adventures of Jonathan WildPrint: Book
1850-1899'After Muster I went to the Club & stayed there reading for a short time, then came home to tea'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the "Yorick" & had a look over the newspapers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster went to the Yorick & read the papers until tea time'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster went to the Yorick & read the papers, nothing very ... or interesting'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick & read the papers, the only item in the Evening Herald of any consequence was the announcement of ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster went to the Yorick & read the papers, then came home to tea.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Found the youngsters had not gone to bed so aroused them by reading some little stories'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][fairy tales?]Print: Book
1850-1899'Stayed at home this evening. Read a little to the children'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][fairy tales?]Print: Book
1850-1899'amused myself reading to myself & the youngsters.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][fairy tales?]Print: Book
1850-1899'"The Australasian" noticed my article in the Journal & so did the Ovens & Murray Advertiser each giving a short extra...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'"The Australasian" noticed my article in the Journal & so did the Ovens & Murray Advertiser each giving a short extra...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'This evening's Herald gave the names of Duffy's Ministry'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'so went to the Club. There I glanced over the Weeklies & then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][weekly newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Yorick & read the papers then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'On the Road bought an Extraordinary which was published this morning, the English Mail having arrived in the night. T...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Extraordinary (Argus)Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon, then went to the Club & read the Evening Paper'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to "the Yorick" where I read the papers. Then came home & read till Polly came in'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to "the Yorick" & read the Papers, skimmed an Article in Cornhill & then came away home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]CornhillPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Have very little to write about to-day, everything was dull & quiet & peacable. The Weekly Papers helped to pass away...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to "the Yorick" & had a look at some of the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'By the Ovens & Murray to-day we learnt the death of Mrs Telford, the poor lady died at last very suddenly. She has ho...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & read "Gil Blas" till tea was ready. After tea went to "the Yorick", read for a while & ch...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then went to the Yorick where I read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'in the evening I went into town, called at the Yorick & looked at the Weeklies'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received two Ovens & Murray Advertisers. They however contained very little new'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Club & had a glance at the Illustrated Papers & Punch which arrived by this Mail'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'After Muster had tea & read the Evening Paper'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'then I went to the Club where I stayed & read an Article in Blackwood then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Polly read the Australasian till she was tired & then went to bed'Polly Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Yorick & read some of the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went into the town in the evening & read the papers at the Club.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'after tea went to the Yorick where I stayed chatting to Jardine smith & Carrington some time. After they left I read ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Fraser's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In The Argus this morning I was very sorry to see the death of Dempster's little boy recorded. This was the only son ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Commenced reading a tale in Good Words "Oswald [?]"'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Good WordsPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the Argus of this morning there was a leading article commenting on Duncan's appointment to the charge of the Gaol...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received a number of Ovens & Murray Advertisers this morning which however contained little of any consequence that I...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'There was a notice on the Board that baths could be had at the Club at a charge of 3d each to pay for towells &c. I c...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][sign]Manuscript: Sheet
1850-1899'then went to the Club & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Evening paper this evening an account was given of two large fires at Sydney this morning, one of which destro...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Evening Herald, of this night, there was a Report of an Argument before the Supreme Court with respect to Park...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went into town & read some of the papers at the Club, came home & soon went to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea went with Polly into town & there heard a great commotion in the crowd & number of boys selling the Argus E...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Extraordinary (Argus)Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'By the Argus we found that the Mail had been telegraphed at midnight. The Prince had been most dangerously ill but th...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'in the evening I went to the Club & had a look at Melbourne Punch & one or two of the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Club & on the Road called in at the Albion as I wanted to see the Ovens & Murray Advertise...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The English mail was telegraphed this afternoon ... Extraordinaries were being sold when we were coming home. I bough...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The Extraordinary (Argus)Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'in the evening went to the Club & after reading the papers took a walk & then came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went as usual to the Club & after skimming some of the English periodicals went for a little stroll wi...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - periodicals]Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Club & after reading the papers started to keep an appointment I had made with Polly & M...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Evening Herald published to night it was stated that Mr Dunn now Crown Prosecutor was to be made a County Cour...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Case of Blair V Clarson was commenced in the Supreme Court to day & from what I saw in The Herald the details are...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea went to the Club where I ... read for a time then took a walk through the town & came home'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I mustered in the afternoon & in the evening went to the Club, where I stayed & read for some time'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Was very pleased this evening at hearing the children read. They sat round their mamma & read verse about a chapter o...Harry Castieau [n/a]BiblePrint: Book, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Was very pleased this evening at hearing the children read. They sat round their mamma & read verse about a chapter o...Sissy Castieau [n/a]BiblePrint: Book, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Was very pleased this evening at hearing the children read. They sat round their mamma & read verse about a chapter o...Dotty Castieau [n/a]BiblePrint: Book, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon, in the evening went to the Club & had a good look over the English Punches & Illustrated &...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Club where I stayed for some time reading the Saturday Review. There was a capital article...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Saturday ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the Leader this evening was published an autobiography of John Wallace & his portrait was given away with each cop...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]LeaderPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ChatterboxPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...Harry Castieau [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...Dotty Castieau [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...Sissy Castieau [n/a]Bible (New Testament)Print: Book
1850-1899'I had all the youngsters in my own charge. We got on however capitally for I found a nice story in Chatterbox which I...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I bought "The Age" as to-day it published a paper larger than "The Argus" for a penny & announced the intention of do...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening, Polly read to the children & then gave them a bible lesson'Polly Castieau [n/a]Bible [?]Print: Book
1850-1899'Received four Ovens & Murray Advertisers. They contained however very little news though their telegrams are so full ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'McKinley & I walked into town & went to the Yorick together. After reading the papers Duerdin & I left for home & too...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'There was a stinging article in the Age of this morning commenting upon the failings & peculiarities of the Judges'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'There was a heavy article in the Argus this morning ... on the Government for the appointments they have made since t...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & afterwards went to the Club. There I read the Herald until it was time to go home to tea'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received a number of papers from Beechworth. The Ovens & Murray has I think become rather duller since it has appeare...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Club where I looked through some of the ... Papers & then came away home. Stayed at home in the evening...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Polly then buried her [?] in the last number of the Family Herald & I smoked away at a new pipe'Polly Castieau [n/a]Family HeraldPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Received to-day six numbers of the Ovens & Murray Advertiser. There was nothing in any of them very interesting to an...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Herald this evening contained the names of the new Ministry. Kerferd is Solicitor General, Casey Minister of Land...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Herald this evening contained the names of the new Ministry. Kerferd is Solicitor General, Casey Minister of Land...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Club. In the Evening Herald there was a startling telegram from Ballaarat announcing that [six prisoners ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Argus of this morning contained a manifesto from Alipius, Roman Catholic bishop of Melbourne calling upon good ch...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Received a week's Ovens & Murray Advertisers to-day. There was a very good skit in one. It was an account of "The fir...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Telo gave me "The Leader" with the Prison letters article. There was'ent much in it excepting the two guineas it gave...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]LeaderPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'"Bowman" I see by this Evening's paper is to be Deputy Judge while Judge Hackett is doing the work of Judges Cope & N...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Seven or eight numbers of the Ovens & Murray Advertiser came to hand to-day. In one of them I was sorry to read an ac...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Harry & I read for a long time together. Harry is beginning to understand what he reads & takes a fair part in Dialog...John Buckley and Harry Castieau [n/a][dialogue]Print: Book
1850-1899'went to the Club. Had a look at Punch & Vanity Fair & then left.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]PunchPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'went to the Club. Had a look at Punch & Vanity Fair & then left.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Vanity FairPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Harry this evening commenced reading McAuley's (sic) History of England. He is getting a great deal too fond of Plays...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Harry this evening commenced reading McAuley's (sic) History of England. He is getting a great deal too fond of Plays...Polly Castieau [n/a]Family HeraldPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'in the evening went to the Club, read for a time & then came home ... Was reading at the Club some of the Articles in...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Public OpinionPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Argus had no report of the meeting yesterday for the establishing of a Discharged prisoners Aid Society. The Tele...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Argus had no report of the meeting yesterday for the establishing of a Discharged prisoners Aid Society. The Tele...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Argus had no report of the meeting yesterday for the establishing of a Discharged prisoners Aid Society. The Tele...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Polly this morning while I was getting up rushed almost breathless into the bed-room with her eyes all alight & The A...Polly Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After Muster I went to the Club & had a look at the Weekly Papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I read a novel called the Guardian Angel to-day by the Author of "Elsie Vennor". It was quite up to the run of most n...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I must not forget however I read out of "Good Words" a very amusing sketch of a Dutchman's troubles in London from th...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Good WordsPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Argus contained a full Report of a Lecture delivered the night previous at the Independent Church by the Church o...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Club. There were several members present most of them engaged with the Periodicals lately ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The GraphicPrint: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'A file of Beechworth papers came to hand to-day. By them I see it is intended to hold a Local Exhibition at Beechwort...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Australasian & the Age. Then read a little to the youngsters & at ten o'clock went to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Australasian & the Age. Then read a little to the youngsters & at ten o'clock went to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'was down in good time & had devoured my breakfast as well as the Australasian by a little past nine o'clock.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]AustralasianPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the Evening I read a story from the Arabian Nights, then played a game of Bezique with Dotty.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Arabian Nights, ThePrint: Book
1850-1899'In the Argus this morning there was a skit written in the style of "The Battle of Dorking". It was styled "The great ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then worked in the office for a couple of hours, employing myself first with my Diary & a...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then worked in the office for a couple of hours, employing myself first with my Diary & a...Polly Castieau [n/a][stories]Print: Book
1850-1899'Did not sleep at all well last night for I was haunted with the dread of the Papers making a mess of the Case of Weec...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Argus of this morning there was a paragraph stating that the Governor of the Gaol referred to by Mr Duffy was ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Argus of this morning there appeared the article I had written on "Prisons & Prisoners". It appeared to me to ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Evening Herald published an account of the trial of the Captain of the Carl at Sydney. The brutalities that took ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I stayed at home & after [reading] the paper smoked till I was sleepy then I went off to bed & was sleeping soundly w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Got to-day from Beechworth a number of different copies of the Ovens & Murray Advertiser. There was not very much in ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Ovens and Murray AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'This evening in the Herald there was a long paragraph about the needle-work done by the women in the Gaol work-room, ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'after four o'clock went to the Club. Read a lot of papers there & got home in good time for tea'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Marcus Clarke commenced in this day's Weekly Times a series of articles under the title of "The Wicked World" or Melb...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Weekly TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Up this morning in good time & had a long read of the Argus before I went into the office.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'then went to the Club. Read for a time & then came home to tea, the Herald had a Paragraph pointing out the stupidity...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Yorick & read quietly for a time.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'In the evening I tried the reading powers of Walter & Godfrey with a chapter in the testament, both of the boys have ...Castieau children [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'There was a tale in the Age of yesterday called "The wife's revenge" it was very well written & described a heartless...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I went to the Club & had a long read, got home by about nine o'clock'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown]Print: Newspaper, Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Got up in a funk & sent for the Age, was delighted to find the Article about the Gaol was not inserted'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Was much annoyed by a Leading Article in The Argus about the Gaol & Penal Department'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Age this morning there was an Article on prison labor & Labor in the Melbourne Gaol particularly, it was evide...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening I read the papers & went to bed before ten o'clock.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Argus of this morning was published Jardine Smith's Leader on the Gaol. It commenced with an Apology for a pre...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'in the afternoon amused myself as well as I could with the newspapers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I amused myself reading the Saturday Age'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'A great Article was published in the Age newspaper this morning upon Prison labor this time the Castlemaine Gaol was ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'After tea I went to the Athenaeum & read the papers in the reading room'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then went to the Athenaeum to read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'after eight o'clock Harry & I went to "The Athenaeum" & after changing a book I went into the Reading room & had a lo...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Athenaeum & looked at the papers, came home & read for a while then smoked a pipe & went o...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'before tea I took a stroll to the Athenaeum where I read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum and read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to The Athenaeum & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Mustered in the afternoon & then went to the Athenaeum where I read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Between five & six Polly came down stairs & then I went off to the Athenaeum & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Coming home I purchased The Australasian & the Leader. I bought "the Leader" because it contained the commencement of...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]LeaderPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Did not muster but went to the Athenaeum to read the papers. Stayed at home in the evening & read for a while, then s...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & read the papers before tea. In the evening read Blackwood & afterwards had my chest painted w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & read the papers before tea. In the evening read Blackwood & afterwards had my chest painted w...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Blackwood's MagazinePrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The Newspapers full of [?] obtained from the Debate in the House last evening, the Argus very truthfully implied that...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & had a look at the papers, in the evening after tea read for a while & then played a game of B...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I read in the Castlemaine Representative last evening that an old man named Joseph Hill who had been sent from here t...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Castlemaine RepresentativePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the papers this morning there was a melancholy account of the suicide of a man named Lennon'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Looked in at the Athenaeum & read the papers then came home to tea, in the evening read to Harry & heard him read, he...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Stayed for some time at the Athenaeum reading through the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'I went to the Athenaeum & had a look at the English papers. There were a good many members assembled to do the same t...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & had a look at the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & read the papers.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & had a look at the papers. In the evening read for a while & played a couple of games of cribb...John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Went to the Athenaeum & read before tea time. In the evening smoked & read until it was time to go to bed'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'At Wangaratta we got the daily papers, in the Argus there was a [?] advocating my being sent to report on the prisons...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the Age of this morning there appeared a short Leading article strongly advocating my being sent Home to see the E...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]The AgePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening went to the Athenaeum & read the papers, got home by a little after eight'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'This evening I was sitting quietly reading the Evening Herald when I noticed Polly show some considerable excitement ...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read newspapers & a novel nearly all day the weather being so unsettled that it was not deemed wise to go out.'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'Bought the Evening Herald. There was not much in it excepting an account of the injury done to one of the Turret guns...John Buckley Castieau [n/a]Evening HeraldPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In the evening read the papers'John Buckley Castieau [n/a][unknown - newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'A Paragraph appeared in the Argus to the effect that I was to retire & Brett to be appointed in my place'John Buckley Castieau [n/a]ArgusPrint: Newspaper
1700-1799'Some time ago I left off the pamphlet shop in the passage to the Temple Exchange Coffee-house, and took "The North Br...James Boswell [n/a]The North BritonPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'This forenoon I read the history of Joseph and his brethren, which melted my heart and drew tears from my eyes. It is...James Boswell [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1700-1799'I then got "The North Briton" and read it at Child's. I shall do so now every Saturday evening'James Boswell [n/a]The North BritonPrint: Serial / periodical
1700-1799'At night at home, I read the Church service by myself with great devotion'James Boswell [n/a][Church service]Print: Book
1500-1599'and after I had read 2 chapters of the Bible, I went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'and, after I retourned home, I praied priuatly, read a chapter of the bible, and wrought tell dinner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'and after I had broken my fast ... read some thinge in the bible, and so to work'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'that don, I walked tell praiers, then hard Mr Rhodes read a chapter, and so went to bed'Richard Rhodes [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1500-1599'After priuat prairs I went about the house and read of the bible and wrought tell dinner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1500-1599'after, I reed of the bible, and walked alone'Margaret Hoby [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1500-1599'and then, walkinge a litle and readinge of the bible in my Chamber, went to supper'Margaret Hoby [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1500-1599'In the morninge, after priuat praier, I Reed of the bible, and then wrought tell 8: a clock'Margaret Hoby [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1500-1599'after priuat praier I reed of the bible and wrought tell dinner time, before which I praied; and, after dinner, I con...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I was busie and hard Mr Rhodes Read his Catechismie tell 5'Richard Rhodes [n/a]CatechismPrint: Book
1500-1599'then I went a little about the house and reed of the diatt of the soul tell 5:, and then returned to priuat praier an...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'In the morninge, after priuat praier, I brake my fast: soon after that I hard som chapters of the bible read'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'when I had praied priuatly I did read of the Bible allmost vntell dinner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after I wrett my notes in my testement and reed of the bible, then to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after, I had reed of the bible, after to lector, and then to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I reed a chapter of the Bible to my mother'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'I Came home, where I did litle good but talked of many maters, litle concerning me, with Mrs Ormston, to whom a read ...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I praied and read of the bible, and so went to dimer'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after, I did breake my fast, then I went about the house and, after, read of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat prairs I did eate my breakfast, and then I did read of the Testament, and so went to church'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after the sarmon, I walked, and read and talked with Mrs Ormston of that was deliuered'Margaret Hoby [n/a]Bible?Print: Book
1500-1599'and, sonne after, when I had reed of the Bible, I dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I medetated of the sarmons, and read and spoke to Mrs Ormstone of the Chapter that was read in the morning'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I reed a while of the Bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after, I reed of the Bible, and spock of Certaine Chapters to Mrs Ormston and John douson'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I praied with Mr Rhodes and reed tell supper time: after, I hard publect prairs, and Reed of the testement'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I did read of the Bible and then eate my breakfast'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I walked, reed of the bible, praied, and so went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after, I walked and talked with Mr Rhodes, Reed of the bible, and, after, praied'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599After priuat praers I did read of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after, to supper, then to work, and hard readinge of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after I wrought, reed of the bible and praied, and then went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praers I did eate my breakfast, then I wrough and reed of the bible tell dinner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I Came home and hard Mr Rhodes read of the bible'Richard Rhodes [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praiers I did eate my breakfast, then reed of the bible and wrought'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I did eate my breakfast: then I reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praiers I did eate my breakfast, then I reed of the bible and write in my table book, and so went to din...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I did eate my breakfast, goe abowt, read of the bible, pray, and after dime: then I talked a whil...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after that, praied priuatly, hauinge reed a Chapter of the bible, and so went to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I did eate my breakfast, dispatched diuerse busenes in the house, praied, and then read of the bi...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'then I did reed of the bible, praied, walked a litle abroad, dinned'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I reed of the bible, eate my breakfast, and went to Church'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'After priuat praier I reed of the bible, then brake my fast and walked abroad'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1500-1599'after priuat praers I did read of the bible, brake my fast, and then went to church'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After I was readie, had praied and broake my fast, I reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers and my breakfast, I reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after I was in my Chamber, I praied priuatly, reed of the Testament, and then supper'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'reed of my bible, studeed my Lector, and so dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after I Came home I praied, reed of the bible, and dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I tooke order for diner and then reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'reed a Chapter of the testement, and so went to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I wrett Certaine thinges in my sermon book and did read of the bible, praied, and then dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers in the morninge I reed of the bible, and so dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'satt with Mr Hoby tell 6: then I went to priuat examenatione and praier, and to Read of the Testament'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'...tell all most :11: a cloke: then I praied, read of the bible, dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I went about the house and then I reed of the bible tell dinner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After I was readie and had praied, I did read of the testemente and bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'brake my fast: after, reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after took a lector, read of the bible, praied, and so went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after I Came home I reed of the testement'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and, when I Came home, I mad an end of writing my sermon, then reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I reed of the bible: after, I praied and so dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I reed of the bible, praied, and lastly dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I wrought, and hard Mr Rhodes read of the bible tell diner time: then I wrought, and walked a whill, and after...Richard Rhodes [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I did break my fast, read of the bible, walked to my workmen'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I did eate, then dressed my patients, reed of the bible, and then saluted some strangers'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'took order for dimer, reed of the bible, walked abroad'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I did read of the bible, then wret in my sermon book'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'took a lector, reed of the testament, praied with Mr Rhodes'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after priuat praier and reading of the bible I did eate: then I hard M. Doman read'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I reed of the bible, went about the house, praied, and after dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I did eate, tooke a lector, reed of the bible and testement, and then dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and then I reed of the Testemente and so to supper, then to publeck praers, and so to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After I was readie I praied, then reed of the bible and an other good book, and after 10 a cloke...'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'I got vp and was lett blood: then I made me readie and went to priuat praier and reeadinge of the bible, as I was wonte'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers, I reed of the bible and walked about before dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I reed of the bible tell all most Church time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'I went about tell supper time and reed of the Testement'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I went about the house when I had reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I Came home and praied priuatly and reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'when I Came home, I read of the bible, wrought, and after dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I wrought and hard Mr Rhodes reead of the testement and other good bookes'Richard Rhodes [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After I was readie, I praied, went about the house, took a lecture, reed of the bible, praied, and went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I reed of the bible, after praied and so went to diner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I did read of the bible and then went about the house'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I withdrew my selfe and reed of the bible and praied, and then went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat I stoudied my lecture and, after, I I took a newe, wrought, and hard Mr Rhodes read of the bible'Richard Rhodes [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after diner I talked of the sarmon, and reed of the bible with some Gentlewemen that were with me'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After I had praied I reed of the Testement and did eate: after, I walked and did medetate of that I had reed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and, after, I did read of the bible, praied, and wrett in my sermon booke, and then went to dinner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I reed of the testement, walked a whill, and went to supper'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I wrett in my testement and reed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'so, when I had praied priuatly & reed a chapter of the testement, I went to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'when I had ben a whill about the house, I reed of the testement and then praied and examened my selfe'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and then, towardes night, I wrett to my Cosine bouser, and reed of the Testement, and then went to priuat examenation...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and then I went againe to the church, and, after, I reed of the testement'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I reed of the bible, and then went to priuatt praier and, after publeck, so to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and after returned to priuat praier and readinge of the testement'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I went about the house, reed of the testement, wrett some medetation that I had the day before'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'reed of the bible, and after returned to priuat medetation and praier'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'when I had talked a whill and hard Mr Rhodes read 2 chapters of the Testement, I went to priuat praers and so to bed'Richard Rhodes [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I sung a psalme with some of the saruants and, lastly, reed a chapter, praied, and so went to bed'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I went about the house, and, after I had reed of the bible and praied'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and after, when I had praied and reed of the bible, I dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praers I reed of the bible, talked [with] some of my freindes, praied, and then went to diner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I was busie in the kitchine allmost all the after none, and then I reed of the bible, and so went to priuat exam...Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I took accountes, did reead of the bible, praied, and walked, and so dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I reed of the bible, and then I wrought tell allmost diner time'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I brake my fast and wroug, reed of the bible, and then praied and dined'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'then I praied, reed of the bible, and went to diner'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I went about and reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'and after I had dined I reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I wrette to Mr Rhodes, and reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuatt prairs I went to my worke, after I had reed of the bible' Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuatt praiers I reed of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'after, I hard Mr Ardington Read, and reed my selfe a Catzisimie of the Lord supper'Margaret Hoby [n/a]CatechismPrint: Book
1600-1699'before diner I praied and read of the bible'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'After priuat praier I reed of the bible, and so went to the church'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'dined, reed of the bible, walked abroad'Margaret Hoby [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1600-1699'hard Kate read a chapter'Kate [n/a]Bible [?]Print: Book
1600-1699'This day and the next I went about the house, after I had hard Kate [read] a chapter'Kate [n/a]Bible [?]Print: Book
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Joseph Bird: 'last Monday week, the 29th of December, about half-past nine o'cl...Joseph Bird [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Thomas James Francis: 'On the morning of the 17th of April, 1834, I saw three m...William Goodwin [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Joseph Forster: 'I had heard of his loss, and seen an advertisement in the Time...Joseph Forster [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: Philip Farmer: 'Q. How came you here to-day? A. I saw it in the newspaper...Philip Farmer [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Benjamin Murray: 'I first saw the account of this robbery in the Dispatch news...Benjamin Murray [n/a]Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Benjamin Murray: 'I first saw the account of this robbery in the Dispatch news...Benjamin Murray [n/a][handbill]Print: Handbill
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for murder: Henry Wignall: 'the 1st of January was Sunday—on the 1st of January I was in...Henry Wignall [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: William Spicer: 'On the 28th of December I had been at home the whole day, ...William Spicer [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: Charles Baldwin: 'On Tuesday, the 6th of June, I read this advertisement in...Charles Baldwin [n/a]Morning AdvertiserPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for bigamy: Mrs Webb: 'after she was separated from her husband, she read in the newspape...Elizabeth Burden [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: John Dawson: 'about a year and nine months ago, I saw an advertisement in t...John Dawson [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Mary Ann Hatton: 'On Saturday, the 30th of June, between one and two o'clock in...Mary Ann Hatton [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: John Peto: 'On Sunday night, the 26th of August, Bostock came to my house, abou...William Stubbs [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for forgery: Frederick Cooper: 'I remember reading in the newspaper, that the prisoner wa...Frederick Cooper [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Robert Gollinos: 'on Saturday morning, the 26th of January, I was reading in th...Robert Gollinos [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Jonas Levy: 'I read in the newspaper that a man named Jones was taken up for s...Jonas Levy [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Edward Smith: 'On the 17th of June I was at the Feathers public-house, in Oxfor...Edward Smith [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Dennis Power: 'Q. Do you ever read the "Weekly Dispatch" newspaper? A. I do no...Edward Smith [n/a]Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Prisoner's statement in trial for theft: Joseph Smith: 'There was a gentleman in the tap-room, reading the newspaper... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Charles Blakeley Brown: 'On the 3rd of December, I read this advertisement in t...Charles Blakeley Brown [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for murder: Charlotte Peolaine: 'Q. Had the parcel been left with you before you heard of ...Charlotte Peolaine [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: John Henry Bradley: 'I heard no more of it till I saw in the newspaper that th...John Henry Bradley [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for conspiracy: Mr Deller: 'I believe I am a judge of the value of gold—I have been a pa...Mr Deller [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Samuel Birchfield: 'About eleven o'clock, on the 26th of February, I left my ho...Samuel Birchfield [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: John Kissick: 'On the 10th of November, the prisoner came into my shop, in Tott...Edward Holmes [n/a]Weekly DispatchPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Eliza Warr: 'Q. What did the prisoner do there from one o'clock till after thre...Eliza Warr [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Catherine Stewart: 'I remember the night of Shrove Tuesday—he was at home wit...William Keep [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for violent theft: George Verry: 'the only thing that induced me to appear as a witness wa...George Verry [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Robert Lincoln: 'I had heard "worked money" spoken of by my master, and had rea...Robert Lincoln [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for deception: Frederick Skerratt: 'I then saw an advertisement in the Times newspaper, s...Frederick Skerratt [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: James Dignum: 'I had heard something about the state of Lord Fitzgerald's healt...James Dignum [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Henry Reeves: 'he was reading the newspaper—it might have been for half an h...William Hatton [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: William John Boden: 'Q. Where were you? A. In the parlour—the door was open...William John Boden [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for wounding: Thomas Waller: 'I was sitting reading the newspaper when the prisoner came in'Thomas Waller [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Edmund Fargens: 'I afterwards saw a paragraph in the newspaper, in consequence...Edmund Fargens [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Esther Lane: 'she had had half a pint of beer, and been reading the newspaper'Jane Barnett [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for theft: Frederick Shaw: 'Q. Were there any persons at the tap? A. There was one person ... [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for deception: William Angerstein: 'At the time in question I was staying with my father a...William Angerstein [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849witness statement in trial for deception: William Godfrey: 'I was reading the newspaper on the Friday morning that I...William Godfrey [n/a][newspaper]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1850-1899'I kept my hours conscientiously, but when I had no work to do I read continuously. I read parts of "The Times", the "...Zoe Procter [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I kept my hours conscientiously, but when I had no work to do I read continuously. I read parts of "The Times", the "...Zoe Procter [n/a]StandardPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I kept my hours conscientiously, but when I had no work to do I read continuously. I read parts of "The Times", the "...Zoe Procter [n/a]Morning PostPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'In the newspapers, which my sister sent out to me, I had read about the growing movement for women's suffrage.'Zoe Procter [n/a][newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'Not knowing that I had reached the end of my travels for that day, I seated myself on the one chair and proceeded to ...Zoe Procter [n/a]Church TimesPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I read the "Syonan Times" it says: "The era of equality for all in Greater Asia is at hand"'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says Java surrendered unconditionally on Monday [9 Mar]'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" also gives a list of Nipponese taking positions as Advisers in various States of Malaya except Pah...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A statement about the position as regards the exchange of internees is given by "The Changi Guardian" (the prisoners'...Thomas Kitching [n/a]The Changi GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" reports there is no resistance in Northern Sumatra. In the newspaper, there is a remarkable simila...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" reports that Eden, the Foreign Secretary, has spoken of the prisoners in Hong Kong and of their "w...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says that 11 ships have been sunk off Colombo, Rangoon and the Indian coast; also the Queen Mary w...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times announces with a flourish the resumption of the delivery of letters.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" announces the resumption of the retail sale of sugar. And they are to re-open the schools soon'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" reports that 200 mixed British and Dutch refugees have been rounded up in Northern Sumatra. They h...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says the Nipponese have given Hong Kong internees money and cigarettes and they allow canteens whe...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says the scorched earth policy in Malaya was a failure - the rubber and tin are still there!'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says the lack of food grown in Malaya is due to the deliberate policy of the British government, w...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Changi Guardian" says in the "Do You Know?" pages: "That each dawn is now broken by the patter of running feet -...Thomas Kitching [n/a]The Changi GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'According to "The Syonan Times", 10,000 prisoners are working on it [war memorial]. A "Lisbon cable" published in the...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" has a headline: "European War Decided in Two Months", but I cannot get near enough to see which wa...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I take the chance of a leisurely read of "The Syonan Times" of May 18th. The headlines include: "Decline of the Briti...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I inspect "The Syonan Times" from May 23rd to 28th: the usual unadulterated propaganda - in such mass and so blatant ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says very naively that the essay competition on Nipponese culture was very disappointing. There we...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times reports that Mrs Arbenz, wife of the Swiss Consul, has been killed in a motor accident. Joan knew t...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A notice in "The Syonan Times" asks the public to cooperate in measures for the suppression of mosquitoes'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" gives full details for an exchange of diplomats and others from the US, Canada and South America a...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Changi Guardian", in its cricket report, says: "Kitching fought the vigorous attack amid rising excitement and, ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]The Changi GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" of August 7th says: "Grow more food. It is essential. It is to be planted on enemy-owned rubber pl...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says there is to be a public holiday today for the half-anniversary of the New Birth of Malaya.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says that, in spite of the "evil scorched-earth policy" of the British, the hydro-electric install...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A comparison with other internees culled from "The Syonan Times": Manila, S. Thomas University - 3,200 internees in 6...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Changi Guardian" reports: "The Changi Cricket League, long expected, is now in being, thanks to the untiring ene...Thomas Kitching [n/a]The Changi GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" informs us that one Nipponese is worth at least six white soldiers because he fights for ideals an...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'According to "The Syonan Times", the Government of Malaya says that the Nipponese will educate the youth of Malaya pr...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says that M. Egle, the Red Cross representative, entertained to dinner by the Nipponese in Shanghi...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says that the Raffles statue is being moved to a museum.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945[in this entry, lists extracts from "The Syonan Times" of 10 Sept]Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" refers to the "miserable hordes of distressed humanity who were barely able to eke out an existenc...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'There is unconscious humour in "The Syonan Times". Two headlines state: "New Order Simplifies Chinese Funerals" and "...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" has the speech of welcome given by the Mayor to Nipponese internees who have arrived on the Tatuta...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says the evil influences of the British education system are to be swept away completely and repla...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" of September 17th contains an account by a Chinese nurse who, I think, must have been on Nora's ship'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" is running heavy propaganda for the people to learn Japanese. They say people evidently don't like...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" says the Tatuta Maru brought parcels for the prisoners of war "direct from their kith and kin"'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" reports that "owing to unavoidable circumstances, the Malayan-Chinese Goodwill Mission's visit to ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'There is not so much bombast in the latest "Syonan Times" report on the war: "Our nation remains determined ... to ac...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945[Tom quotes the "Syonan Times" on] '"British Maltreatment of Nipponese Internees" and on how the local people "fail to...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" carries a report about Miss Estrop, a Eurasian from Kuala Lumpar.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" leader says: "today, hundreds of thousands of people in Malaya are suffering severely from insuffi...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'In "The Syonan Times" there is a very anti-British speech by S.C. Goho - the Indians are not supporting the Indian In...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" has more about the wonderful conditions of prisoners-of-war and internees in Hong Kong and Shanghi...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" reports that a week's holiday starts in Japan and elsewhere on December 5th at the end of a year's...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" has an amusing erros in its leader today.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'There is an article in "The Syonan Times" by Charles Nell about Malayan Shylocks.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" gives it away: "The English who formerly lived like kings are now sighing in Changi Prison".'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'And now for the best jest so far in Changi: the editors of "The Changi Guardian" suddenly have their cells turned ins...Thomas Kitching [n/a]The Changi GuardianPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Jap Times and Advertiser" held a slogan competition.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Jap Times and AdvertiserPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A paragraph has been cut out of "The Syonan Times"; internees are not allowed to see it, but, with the usual efficien...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I am amused by a purchase I make today: it is toilet paper and on the wrapper it says in large letters, obviously as ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]wrapperPrint: wrapper/ packaging
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" is again full of articles putting the blame for the war on the Allies'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Times" advertises a movie in the Capitol, now disguised as Kyo-El-Gekizyo: "Love Finds Andy Hardy".'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1900-1945'To quote "The Syonan Times", "All houses will hoist the Rising Sun Flag".'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan TimesPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Aha! The transformed newspaper is an accomplished fact. The issue of December 12th carries its new name of "Syonan Si...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" publish a long interview given by the Bishop of Singapore a few days ago, which is entirely ficti...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" headline on December 18th: "Tokyo Wins War of Radio Waves". The newspaper lauds the superiority o...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A notice in "The Syonan Sinbun" again calls upon all owners of short-wave wireless sets to hand them over for convers...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'The newspaper reports that the so-clever Nipponese scientists are not only going to eradicate venereal disease, but a...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" advertises a slogan competition for the anniversary of the fall of Singapore: "Slogans should cle...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports that the museum authorities in Singapore are busy translating all the thousands of explan...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" announces that there are 18 large mailbags in Tokyo with letters from Great Britain for war priso...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports Tokyo as saying that "the maltreatment and petty annoyances to which Nipponese internees ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports that Yamashita, the conqueror of Malaya, has been promoted to General.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" for Tuesday and Wednesday surpasses itself.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" leader is quite amusing; it tells the people how changed things are for them compared with a year...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports that the Nipponese Government has decided not to consider Indians and the other peoples o...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Prisoner's statement in trial for murder: Daniel Johncock: 'I read the Times newspaper, and read of the suicide of a...Daniel Johncock [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Prisoner's statement in trial for theft: Michael Benson: 'I called for a glass of ale, and paid for it; I was there a...Michael Benson [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: George Martin: 'Q. You saw Martin leave the box and go to get the newspapers? A...Ellen Martin [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: John Scott: 'about one o'clock in the day on the 1st of May, I was in the Frenc...John Scott [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: George Patterson: 'Q. What were you doing there? A. I was reading the newspaper'George Patterson [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for wounding: George Rogers: 'it was quite by accident I saw this affair in the newspaper...George Rogers [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Henry Theodore James: 'I did not go before the Magistrate on this matter—I sa...Henry Theodore James [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: George Sweet: 'On the 15th Dec. I saw an advertisement in the Times Newspaper ...George Sweet [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for murder: Charles Evans: 'I was in the room when the Coroner summed up the case to the J...Charles Evans [n/a]The TimesPrint: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Henry Childs: 'Turner sat down, and fell asleep—Grimes sat near him, and seem...Thomas Collins [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for treason: George Davis: 'Q. How came you to alter your mind? A. Through reading the new...George Davis [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: William James Bedel: 'On Monday, 6th Nov. last, I saw this advertisement in...William James Bedel [n/a]The TimesPrint: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: George Dawson: 'Campbell was in my house on that Saturday, from three to four o...Joseph Campbell [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for deception: Thomas Holmman: 'I afterwards saw an account in the newspaper of the priso...Thomas Holmman [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: George Gordon Chitlock: 'both these bags were in the booking-office—the priso...Samuel Game [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for theft: Richard James: 'I put the key of the cupboard into my pocket, and went to the p...Richard James [n/a][newspaper]Print: Advertisement, Newspaper
1800-1849Witness statement in trial for murder: Richard John Moxey: '[Manning] said, "Is the wretch taken?"—I said I did not...Richard John Moxey [n/a][newspaper]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'The newspaper praises it [loaf made of maize flour and rice]: "Bread reappears in Syonan. The doctors are enthusiasti...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Very neatly put is this from "The Syonan Sinbun": "With the return of warm weather, the submarine threat has become a...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I receive two letters - one (undated) from Nellie [Tom's eldest sister] in Australia and the other from Amy Hallom in...Thomas Kitching [n/a][letters]Manuscript: Letter
1900-1945'There is an appeal in "The Syonan Sinbun" to stop the black-marketeering in drugs. Quinine is available at five cents...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'There is a letter from Joan, Barn Close, Milford, Godalming. It is dated 14.7.42 and addressed to both of us, of cour...Thomas Kitching [n/a][letter]Manuscript: Letter
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" says: 'What were considered ridiculous prices a few months after the fall of Singapore are as not...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports a speech made by Colonel Okabo to a meeting of Mohammedan delegates. He tells them to war...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'The Saturday newspaper has part of a column cut out. As there is no war news from Europe elsewhere, you can put omiss...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Both Tuesday and Wednesday editions of "The Syonan Sinbun" have bits cut out - one-and-a-half columns then one column.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'There is more censorship of the newspaper. It is cut about all over the place.'Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I discover a new Nipponese word in a newspaper report: "Three of our planes committed jibaku" ie. deliberately dived ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'An article in "The Syonan Sinbun" headed "Red Cross Says Syonan Prisoners Well-Treated" reports that the Internationa...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" announces that Nipponese is to be the future lingua franca of Malaya, but do not be perturbed - E...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"Nippon knows no class or racial distinctions which were so hateful under the British", says a leader in "The Syonan ...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun", under the heading "No Room for Criminals", reports on the new regime's effective campaign agains...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" says the Axis have won the first round in Sicily, but doesn't explain how they let the Allies get...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" reports a spokesman of the Nipponese Army Board of Information as saying Britain has sent warship...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" says a cable from Lisbon on July 22nd reported the arrival in London of 20,000 postcards and lett...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'A young hopeful from the Women's camp, aged five, asked what he was going to do when he grew up, said, "Go over to th...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Pow-WowPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'"The Syonan Sinbun" says goods supplied by the Nipponese will be distributed today; the goods include crockery, glass...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Syonan SinbunPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'I am reading with intense interest the government blue book of documents prior to the outbreak of war on September 3r...Thomas Kitching [n/a]Government Blue BooksPrint: Book
1900-1945'Began reading through the "Encyclopaedia Britannica" today. Another ten years project, at least. My odyssey through C...William Soutar [n/a]Encyclopaedia BritannicaPrint: Book
1900-1945'Eve stayed in to do her Bible Questions. As she was looking through the chapter on the deception of Isaac by Jacob an...Evelyn Soutar [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1900-1945'The first review of "Seeds in the Wind" came along today - "The Glasgow Evening News" - Power may have done it. Overp...William Soutar [n/a]Glasgow Evening NewsPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Such a moment I experienced last night when I read Murray's article in "New Britain" on "Shakespeare and Socialism" -...William Soutar [n/a]New BritainPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849'Note the following passages respecting Edom. Genes. xxxvi. Num. xx, 14, xxi, 4, xxiv, 18, xxxiii, 7. Judges v, 4. Deu...John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1800-1849'Note Ezekiel 22.30. "I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ezekiel)Print: Book
1800-1849'In the reading of the psalms this morning, I was struck by the 5th and 6th verses of V, where the abhorrence or contr...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1800-1849'Read the 8th of Jerem this morning. Note the 7th verse very beautiful, comparing Isaiah i. 3. The ninth verse too imp...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1800-1849'I was struck today by the "minding himself to go afoot" in Acts xx. 13. It is interesting to see the Apostle, after l...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Acts)Print: Book
1800-1849'I have been abstracting the Book of Revelations. I was especially struck with the general appellation of the System o...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Revelations)Print: Book
1800-1849'I never noticed the 45th of Jeremiah till today - it is singularly appicable to all ambitious dreaming at this time. ...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'As I opened the Bible today I was peculiarly struck with the well known, never enough known, passage, Prov. II. 3, 4:...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Proverbs)Print: Unknown
1850-1899'Note in Psalm 27th, David's claim to spend all his life in the "house of the Lord" v.4 and following expressions abou...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Unknown
1850-1899'The more I read the psalms, the more it seems to me that Heathen, in such passages as Ps. XLVI. 6, 10, XLIII. 14, II....John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Unknown
1850-1899'First Sunday in new lodgings in Albyn place. Effie in bed. I read thoughtfully part of 1st Genesis, beginning a new c...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Genesis)Print: Book
1850-1899'Confused about the various phrases: The Man, Gen. III. 24. Adam, and Ish, Isha, II. 23. What is the meaning of Abel?'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Restoration of Israel. Note 31st and 32nd Jeremiah: clear, unmistakeable, beautiful.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Note today in Bible reading the charge to Abraham, "Walk before me, and be thou perfect". It means "sincere" in margi...John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'It is curious that the first book I took up here, after my new testament, was the "Christian Year", and it opened at ...John Ruskin [n/a]Christian YearPrint: Book
1850-1899'Orange dawn through clouds. Opened Bible at Isaiah XXXVII. 30.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'See in "Morning Post" of October 4th, 61, page 3, 3rd column, last article, results of Christianity and "Mr Close of ...John Ruskin [n/a]Morning PostPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Observe accident in "Times" of June 17th, caused by caterpillar, Bombyx processionea of Reaumur.'John Ruskin [n/a]The TimesPrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Jeremiah I. in the morning, long since I looked in the Bible; the fresh eye and ear very useful.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Note that the Prussians have to black their helmets and take off their epaulettes to prepare for battle "with lacquer...John Ruskin [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'In "Telegraph" of 31st June [sic] is a notice of the poisonous water of the pumps of London.'John Ruskin [n/a]TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'I open psalter in evening at "respice de caelo et vide, et visita vineam istam".'John Ruskin [n/a]PsalterUnknown
1850-1899'Read Epistle and Gospel for first Sunday in Lent, in evening. Note end of Gospel.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read "There shall meet you a man bearing a pitcher of water" &c. to "These make ready".'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read 61st Psalm'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'37th Psalm in evening!'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read "All they garmets smell of myrrh, aloes and cassia" out of my book on top of the highest.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Intending to read the parallel rendering of this verse in Bible psalms, I opened at Isaiah XXXIII, 17. My old Bible o...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'The piece for yesterday was Ps. XLV. 8-12 with Isaiah XXXIII. 15-22. The piece for today Ps. XLV. 13 to end.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 19th Proverbs and 10th Ecclesiasticus.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Opened last night at 1st Chron. XVII. 23 and this morning at the 17th psalm. Then read my own day psalms in chapel.John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Opened last night at 1st Chron. XVII. 23 and this morning at the 17th psalm. Then read my own day psalms in chapel.John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'I open at, and read, the 39th of Ezekiel, and secondly, by equal chance, at the 16th psalm.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Looking back to my Father's diary - of which I have just 40 pages, which I shall page forthwith (and then dates of pa...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ezekiel)Print: Book
1850-1899'Opened 3rd of Tobit'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Tobit)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 1st Chron. XVII and 17th Psalm.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Going to bed, I take up the Inn-table New Testament. It opens at "A little while and ye shall not see me, and again a...John Ruskin [n/a]New TestamentPrint: Book
1850-1899'And going to bed, after a little thinking over the Land question in "Fortnightly Review", got for my verse Isaiah XLI...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'And going to bed, after a little thinking over the Land question in "Fortnightly Review", got for my verse Isaiah XLI...John Ruskin [n/a]Fortnightly ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Read the "Sir, come down ere my child die".'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (John)Print: Book
1850-1899'Advertisement on Rocks of Hudson: "Use Binninger's Old London Dock Gin".'John Ruskin [n/a][advertisement]Print: Advertisement
1850-1899'Read in Luke XXII, the last supper'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Luke)Print: Book
1850-1899'Opened at Ecclesiasticus L. 17, reading on to 18, and, by chance, 8'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ecclesiastes)Print: Book
1850-1899'Karnak which I chose for our first day has thoroughly answered... The Prince had already suggested what had already o...Arthur Penrhyn Stanley [n/a]PsalmsPrint: Book
1850-1899'Glad to get back to my Testament'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'My week melting away fast, wholly in black cloud and east wind. But the verse for the 25th, in my brown book, did me ...John Ruskin [n/a][Biblical verse]Unknown
1850-1899'Yesterday a good day; finding money in drawers, and liking my drawings, and getting comfort out of letters and above ...John Ruskin [n/a][Biblical verses]Unknown
1850-1899'Morning text bad - "be not high-minded": the last text in the world for me, always ashamed of myself. But texts can't...John Ruskin [n/a][Biblical verses]Unknown
1850-1899'Today, much helped by my brown book'John Ruskin [n/a][Biblical verses]Unknown
1850-1899'Read 1st of Zephaniah. I must now re-read my Bible, with my new mind.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Amos V and by Fors! Ecclesiasticus XXXIX.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Jeremiah XV. Note 18th verse.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Yet I find wonderful things in Bible'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1850-1899'Re-read 1st of Michah carefully. The first nine verses are intelligible. Samaria, the capital, taken as representing ...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1850-1899'Chanced upon Isaiah 7th, 5, and read the chapter carefully'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read from 8th to 12th of the 103rd Psalm and thought how true they would seem to me, if read in their precise negative'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read first of Zenphaniah. Leaping on threshold, what?'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'On this I open at 42nd Psalm - well - it may be so'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Chanced on Jeremiah IV. 23. The Uncreation by folly, of what had been created by wisdom'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Came on Isaiah XXI, and was puzzled with it'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Jeremiah IX. Compare entry on 18th'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read half of first Jeremiah. What does he mean by: "I am a child"?'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read story of Johanan the son of Kareah, Jerem. XLII, XLIII, XLIV.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read first vision of Ezekiel.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ezekiel)Print: Book
1850-1899'Then read 64th Isaiah.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Lamentations IV. Compare 2nd verse with Isaiah LXIV. 8, and note that when God is the Potter, he can make gold o...John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read piece of St John. "Before Abraham was, I am." The closing verse - "passing through the midst of them" - in its v...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (John)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read the story of Asa - how intensely ill written and uselessly in Kings!'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Kings)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read pieces of the story of Jehoram and Ahaziah, the two sons of Ahab. Note that II Kings I. 17 would be entirely wro...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Kings)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read the contingent promises to Solomon: conf. to Jeroboam. 1st Kings IX. 2, 4; XI. 38.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Kings)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 45th Isaiah. Recollect: "I have surnamed thee, though thou hast not known me", and conf. V. 13.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 27th Ecclesiasticus. Note V. 1, 2, 14, 15, 23, 24.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ecclesiastes)Print: Book
1850-1899'Amos V. see vv. 10-11, 12, but note in it the special attack on the priesthood in Bethel and Gilgal. Compare ch. IV. ...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Amos)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read the wonderful 51st of Jeremiah. Recollect vv. 5, 7, 17, 21-23, 63.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Wisdom of Solomon XV, XVI with great delight in this sunny, pure morning'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Psalm LI. 15; XVII. 1 and 15.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Yesterday read 1st of Wisdom of Solomon.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read, by chance, Esdras II, VI, and read on to VIII. 48, 54.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read II Esdras I to the marvellous clause of minor prophets.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read II Esdras XIV to XV.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'And the last verse I read, of my morning's reading, is Esdras II. XV. XVIII.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'read lessons and psalms for the day to her.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Verse for today Esdras - no - Maccabees I. XIII. 30.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read 45th Isaiah again, which strikes hard, for I have been striving with my Maker, this last month, sullenly'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Isaiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 15th Esdras again, and 24th Ezekiel carefully'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Moschele's life in bed to breakfast, delicious, and Part of II Esdras I.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Ecclesiasticus XXVI - how lovely.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ecclesiastes)Print: Book
1850-1899'Compare Wisdom of Solomon, of Egyptians, Ch. XVII.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Come upon Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus II. 1-6.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Came on Ecclesiasticus XXIV, and noted references at p. 89 above, with which conf. Wisdom VII. 22 &C. and "The Wisdom...John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Today the morning psalms very good for me. 1st Collect. p. 83. Lincoln Psalter.'John Ruskin [n/a]PsalterManuscript: Codex, editor's note: an illuminated manuscript belonging to Ruskin
1850-1899'Read IX of Book of Wisdom today'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'I read Genesis XLVIII for beginning of "Life of Moses"'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Genesis)Print: Book
1850-1899'Opened my father's Bible at the blessing of Aaron. Numbers VI. 26.'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Wisdom of Solomon, Ch. IX: a little comforting'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Also the book of Numbers is woeful reading'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Numbers)Print: Book
1850-1899'Yesterday all day at Lombardic Psalter. My book continually opening at p.98 rebukes me for being faint-hearted.'John Ruskin [n/a]PsalterManuscript: Codex
1850-1899'Recovered from fit of quite cowardly despair by Habakkuk III. 16 to end; that chapter and most such are incomparably ...John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read my Aosta letter and 104th Psalm in Vulgate - the geology of it quite perfect'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read, in the Hotel French Testament, Mark VIII. 33 to end'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Mark)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Mark VIII. 33 to end again.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Mark)Print: Book
1850-1899'I was not going to open my mother's Bible to try Fors, but to read a Nativity; mechanically, looking at the Dome of t...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Deuteronomy)Print: Book
1850-1899'19th Psalm."John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Work out Chap. VI of Corinthians'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Corinthians)Print: Book
1850-1899'A grey, quiet morning. I up, lively enough: open at "Propterea benedixit te Deus in aeternum" and consider if really ...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'I've been reading my general epistle of Jude in my old Bible'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible Print: Book
1850-1899'Matthew XXIV, 45th, of All Rulers, giving "Meat", for next "Fors".'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Matthew)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read prayer of Daniel, Chap. IX: the most important of all prayers and prophecies in Old Testament. Of some consequen...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Daniel)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read the 40th Psalm, with great hope I may take it to myself, led to it by an entry of 1st January'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read 14th of Romans, perceiving clearly for the first time how the narrowness of St Paul's business continually misle...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Romans)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Ezekiel 34th'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Ezekiel)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read Genesis XXXI, noting infinite wonder and absurdity of Rachel's speech, V. 15. Same in Vulgate.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Genesis)Print: Book
1850-1899'And now, thinking of the mischief done to my own life and how ti many thousand thousand, by dark desire, I open my fi...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Corinthians)Print: Book
1850-1899'Opened, after writing this - meaning to take up "Deucalion", book took up Bible instead - at Job XI. 16, and read all...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Job)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read a bit of Ezra and referred to Haggai ii. 9: "In this place will I give peace".'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Read Hosea XII. 7-9'John Ruskin [n/a]BiblePrint: Book
1850-1899'Examined group of Psalms, 65 to 68.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Psalms)Print: Book
1850-1899Curiously threatening verses open for me just now in the Bible. I can still read my old one without spectacles. D.G. "...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Corinthians)Print: Book
1850-1899'Stayed in all yesterday in crashing rain, and was busy at something all day till 1 at night, except reading "World" o...John Ruskin [n/a]WorldPrint: Unknown
1850-1899'read 49th Psalm in 12th century psalter'John Ruskin [n/a]PsalterManuscript: Codex
1850-1899'I read Esdras II. 8 again with comfort and shame and wonder'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Esdras)Print: Book
1850-1899'Paragraph in "Pall Mall Gazette" very pretty!'John Ruskin [n/a]Pall Mall GazettePrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'Read the story of Uzziah in the Bible. Curious that it says nothing of what the man was himself, except that his hear...John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Chronicles)Print: Book
1850-1899'Came on the grand Darwinian verse, just now, "Saying to a stock, thou art my father". Jeremiah II. 27'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Jeremiah)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read today the lovely 4-6 verses of Deuteronomy XXX.'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Deuteronomy)Print: Book
1850-1899'Read "Wisdom hath builded her house, she hath hewn out her seven pillars".'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Proverbs)Print: Book
1850-1899'an inglorious misery in evening, over article of extinction of Bison in "Daily Telegraph".'John Ruskin [n/a]Daily TelegraphPrint: Newspaper
1850-1899'read 1st Peter with satisfaction as in old days'John Ruskin [n/a]Bible (Peter)Print: Book

 

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