Reading Experience Database

Listing for Reader: Mary Dugdale


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849'Lines written in the first leaf of a friends Album' 'Bernard Barton' 'The Warrior is[pleased?] when the war is won ....'Mary Dugdale Bernard Barton'Lines written in the first leaf of a friends AlbuUnknown
1800-1849'Remember Me! By Bernard Barton Esq' ' "Remember me!" However brief / Those simple words... [transcribes text]'Mary Dugdale Bernard BartonRemember Me!Unknown
1800-1849'Farewell' 'Nay [shy] not from the word "Farewell"! / As if twer friendships knell ...' 'Bernard Barton' [transcribes ...Mary Dugdale Bernard BartonFarewellUnknown
1800-1849'A Wish' 'Rogers' [transcribes text] 'Mine be a cot beside a hill...'Mary Dugdale Samuel RogersThe WishUnknown
1800-1849'The Last Man by T. Campbell esq' [transcribes text] 'All worldly shapes shall melt in gloom...' Signed 'Fanny'Mary Dugdale Thomas CampbellThe Last ManUnknown
1800-1849'Change' 'We say that people ... [transcribes text]'LEL'Mary Dugdale Laetitia Elizabeth Landon'Change'Unknown
1800-1849Pencil drawing of Sir John Moore by 'J.G.' followed by 'On the death of Sir John Moore' [transcribes text] 'Wolfe'.Mary Dugdale John WolfeThe Burial of Sir John MooreUnknown
1800-1849'Early Rising' 'Just at the early peep of dawn...' [transcribes text] 'Clare'.Mary Dugdale John ClareEarly RisingUnknown


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