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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1700-1799'W[ordsworth] was introduced to The Minstrel by his teacher, Thomas Bowman ... during his schooldays at Hawkshead. De...William Wordsworth James BeattieMinstrel, ThePrint: Book
[Marginalia]: marginal and text pencil annotations throughout, all relating to different uses of language e.g. p. 3 af...John Drummond Erskine James BeattieScoticisms arranged in alphabetical orderPrint: Book
1800-1849[On hot summer afternoons Carter took shelter in the shaded parts of Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens] 'In the latter I...Thomas Carter James BeattieThe Minstrel, or the Progress of GeniusPrint: Book
1800-1849?While in this state I read the "Letters" of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, and some of Dr Beattie?s and Mr Hume?s ?Essays...Thomas Carter James Beattie[Essays]Print: Book
1800-1849?While in this state I read the "Letters" of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, and some of Dr Beattie?s and Mr Hume?s ?Essays...Thomas Carter James BeattieEssay on truthPrint: Book
1800-1849'Epitaph' 'Part of an inscription for amonument to be erected/by a gentleman to the memory of his lady' 'Farewell my b...Molineux group, including Mrs MolineuxJames BeattieEpitaph OR [Poems on Several Occasions]Unknown
1800-1849'What are you reading? I am waiting for an account of "Waverl[e]y" from you. - The principal part of my reading in add...Thomas Carlyle James BeattieThe MinstrelPrint: Unknown
1700-1799'Looked over, by a cursory perusal, Beattie's "Essay on Truth"...'Thomas Green James BeattieAn essay on the nature and immutability of truthPrint: Book
1700-1799'Read over Beattie's "Elements of Moral Science"--a miserable work...'Thomas Green James BeattieElements of moral sciencePrint: Book
1700-1799Letter to MIss Ewing August 10 1778 '? I resume my wonted pleasure of contemplating the calm bosom of my own lake, the...Anne Grant [nee MacVicar] James BeattieThe minstrel; or , the progress of geniusPrint: Book
1700-1799Letter to Miss Ewing November 14 1778 'I have cut all the leaves out of a great old goose of a book, and there I have...Anne Grant [nee MacVicar] James BeattiePoemsPrint: Book
1800-1849Elizabeth Barrett to Uvedale Price, 30 December 1826, in response to his remarks on the description of a storm in Geor...Elizabeth Barrett James BeattieThe MinstrelPrint: Book
1800-1849'At 7 [...] I read the History of England and Rome -- at 8 I perused the History of Greece and it was at this age th...Elizabeth Barrett James BeattieThe MinstrelPrint: Book
1800-1849'Adam Smith, Sir [-] informed me, was no admirer of the Rambler or the Idler, but was pleased with the pamphlet respec...Adam Smith James Beattie'Minstrel, The'Print: Book
1700-1799'Beattie's book is, I believe, every day more liked; at least, I like it more as I look more upon it.'Samuel Johnson James BeattieMinstrel, The; or, The Progress of GeniusPrint: Book
1700-1799'Such was his sensibility, and so much was he affected by pathetick poetry, that, when he was reading Dr. Beattie's "H...Samuel Johnson James BeattieHermit, ThePrint: Book
1700-1799'Doctor Beattie, author of the celebrated book on Truth, was much the Subject of Conversation, the whole company concu...Dr Johnson, Mrs Thrale, Oliver Goldsmith and othersJames BeattieEssay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth Print: Book
1700-1799'[italics] My [end italics] Daughter Susan a Girl of seven Years old - said to me yesterday when we had done reading -...Susan Thrale James BeattieEssays on Poetry and Music Print: Book


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