Reading Experience Database

Listing for Reader: John Murray


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849Byron to Thomas Moore, 25 March 1817, on Alpine travels in 1816: 'I kept a journal of the whole for my sister Augusta,...John Murray George Gordon Lord Byrontravel journalManuscript: Codex
1800-1849'Your official opinion of the Merits of "Emma", is very valuable & satisfactory.'John Murray Jane AustenEmmaManuscript: Sheet, MS of novel
1800-1849'[John Murray] was confirmed in his idea that Walter Scott was the author [of Waverley] after carefully reading the bo...John Murray Walter ScottWaverleyPrint: Book
1800-1849John Wilson Croker to John Murray (1816): 'I send you seven stories [for 'Stories for Children from the History of ...John Murray John Wilson CrokerStories for Children from the History of England (extracts)Manuscript: Unknown
1800-1849John Murray to Lord Byron (December 1815): 'I tore open the packet you sent me, and have found in it a Pearl. It is...John Murray George Gordon Lord ByronThe Siege of Corinth / ParisinaManuscript: Unknown, In hand of Anne Isabella, Lady Byron
1800-1849John Murray to Byron, 4 January 1816: 'Nothing can be more interestingly framed and more interestingly told than th...John Murray George Gordon Lord ByronParisinaManuscript: Unknown


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