Reading Experience Database

Listing for Author: Holland


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849Byron to Samuel Rogers, 4 April 1817: 'Will you remember me to Ld. and Lady Holland -- I have to thank the former for ...George Gordon Lord Byron Lord HollandSome Account of the Life and Writings of Lope Felix de Vega CarpioPrint: Book
1800-1849Byron's Ravenna Journal (4 January-27 February 1821), 6 January 1821: 'Turned to a passage in Guinguene [sic] -- ditto...George Gordon Lord Byron Lord HollandLope de VegaPrint: Book
1600-1699'At my office all the morning, reading Mr Holland's discourse of the Navy, lent me by Mr Turner; and am much pleased w...Samuel Pepys John Holland[discourse on Naval administration]Print: Book
1600-1699'and then to the office and there examining my Copy of Mr Hollands book till 10 at night; and so home to supper and bed.'Samuel Pepys John Holland[discourse on Naval administration]Print: Book
1600-1699'and so to the office again and made an end of examining the other of Mr Hollands books about the Navy, with which I a...Samuel Pepys John Holland[second discourse on Naval administration]Print: Book
1800-1849[Mary Shelley's Reading List for 1815. Only those titles not mentioned in journal entries are given separate database ...Percy Bysshe Shelley Charles James Fox, Lord HollandA history of the early part of the reign of James the SecondPrint: Book
1800-1849'We are 'here today, & gone tomorrow', as the fat scullion maid said in some extract in Holland's Exercise book.'Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell Holland[Exercise book]Print: Book
1800-1849Lord Aberdeen to John Wilson Croker, 21 February 1851: 'In reading Lord Holland's book, which I did very cursorily,...Lord Aberdeen Henry Richard Lord HollandForeign ReminiscencesPrint: Book


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