The Cornhill Magazine

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The Cornhill Magazine

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?In January 1860, appeared the Cornhill magazine, with Thackeray as its editor. The price was a shilling? As soon as I knew it was on sale, I walked to Beddington and came home the proud possessor of the first number. Thackeray?s ""Roundabout papers"" and some of his stories I read with much gusto. Before the year was out there appeared in the Cornhill a series of remarkable papers by John Ruskin, ""Unto this last"". These I read with avidity from beginning to end. Long and deep did I ponder over them. The style ? so simple, so beautiful, so telling ? captivated me??

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Thomas Burt, M. P., D. C. L., pitman & privy councillor : an autobiography

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In this journal, he read with particular interest William Thackeray's 'Roundabout papers' and John Ruskin's 'Unto this last'.

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Accessed on 2019/11/18 09:34:15

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The Cornhill Magazine

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Evidence

?In January 1860, appeared the Cornhill magazine, with Thackeray as its editor. The price was a shilling? As soon as I knew it was on sale, I walked to Beddington and came home the proud possessor of the first number. Thackeray?s ""Roundabout papers"" and some of his stories I read with much gusto. Before the year was out there appeared in the Cornhill a series of remarkable papers by John Ruskin, ""Unto this last"". These I read with avidity from beginning to end. Long and deep did I ponder over them. The style ? so simple, so beautiful, so telling ? captivated me??

Source

Thomas Burt, M. P., D. C. L., pitman & privy councillor : an autobiography

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Notes
In this journal, he read with particular interest William Thackeray's 'Roundabout papers' and John Ruskin's 'Unto this last'.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

Thomas Burt, M. P., D. C. L., pitman & privy councillor : an autobiography
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/103209
Accessed on 2019/11/18 09:34:15

Related place
England
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