Reading Experience Database

Listing for Reader: Augusta Leigh


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849Byron to Lady Melbourne, 23 September 1814: 'I am glad you liked Annabella [Milbanke]'s letter to you -- Augusta said ...Augusta Leigh Annabella Milbanke[letter to Byron]Manuscript: Letter
1800-1849Byron to Leigh Hunt, [?March-April 1816], on receptions of his poem The Story of Rimini: 'my sister and cousin ... wer...Augusta Leigh Leigh HuntThe Story of RiminiUnknown
1800-1849Byron to Thomas Moore, 25 March 1817, on Alpine travels in 1816: 'I kept a journal of the whole for my sister Augusta,...Augusta Leigh George Gordon Lord Byrontravel journalManuscript: Codex
1800-1849'I must tell you that Lord Byron said Mrs Lee [Augusta Leigh?] & Lady Byron had read all my letters [and] verses'.Augusta Leigh Lady Caroline Lamb[letters and verses]Manuscript: Unknown
1800-1849Byron to John Murray, 3 March 1817: 'In acknowledging the arrival of the article from the Quarterly, which I recei...Augusta Leigh Walter ScottReview of George Gordon, Lord Byron, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IIIPrint: Serial / periodical
1800-1849Augusta Leigh, Byron's half-sister, to John Murray (July 1818): 'I return the Edinburgh Review, with a thousand tha...Augusta Leigh Edinburgh ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical


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