Reading Experience Database

Listing for Reader: William Lamb


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849'He [William Lamb] grew so out of spirits that he quite cried--as women do & has just recovered his spirites--however ...William Lamb unknown[a Greek play]Unknown
1800-1849'I must tell you an act of kindness of William Lamb--he has been looking over and correcting Ada Reis for me'.William Lamb Lady Caroline LambAda ReisManuscript: Unknown, William Lamb would have read either fair copies or proofs from the printer.
1800-1849Lady Harriet Cavendish to her sister, Lady Georgiana Morpeth (c. August 1802): 'Mama, my aunt, Corisande and Caro P...William Lamb poetryPrint: Book
1800-1849John Murray to Walter Scott, on reception of Tales of My Landlord, 14 December 1816: 'Lord Holland said, when I ask...William Lamb Walter ScottTales of My LandlordPrint: Book
1800-1849William Lamb to John Murray, 20 December 1822: 'The incongruity of, and objections to, the story of "Ada Reis" can ...The Hon. William Lamb Lady Caroline LambAda ReisManuscript: Unknown


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