History of the United Netherlands

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History of the United Netherlands

Reading experience
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Evidence

MS annotations and marginal marks incl. v.1 p.503, in reply to the author"s comment ""we must now throw a glance to the external"", Sir George writes: ""High time that you did. Seldom has so able a writer been so swamped and mastered by his materials."" Describes ch. 6 as ""Terribly lengthy. Such masses of extracts ... are out of place in such a book as this."" V.4 p.530 in reply to the author"s wish to have fostered through his work a ""love of freedom of thought, of speech, and of life"" Sir George writes ""This is a true claim on the part of Motley, and is the prime merit of his history"". ""Motley on the whole has raised himself by this volume [2]. He has a fine enthusiasm for liberty and public right."" ""The fourth volume ... is deeply interesting, and, in some respects, better constructed and written than the other three. Welcombe. May 26. 1916"". Dates of reading include: ""Nov 3 1915 - Wallington"" and ""June 28 - with C[aroline] Wallington 1921.""

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Reader
Trevelyan, George Otto
Born in 2016

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Notes
I have not transcribed all the MS notes in this book

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History of the United Netherlands

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-22676

Evidence

MS annotations and marginal marks incl. v.1 p.503, in reply to the author"s comment ""we must now throw a glance to the external"", Sir George writes: ""High time that you did. Seldom has so able a writer been so swamped and mastered by his materials."" Describes ch. 6 as ""Terribly lengthy. Such masses of extracts ... are out of place in such a book as this."" V.4 p.530 in reply to the author"s wish to have fostered through his work a ""love of freedom of thought, of speech, and of life"" Sir George writes ""This is a true claim on the part of Motley, and is the prime merit of his history"". ""Motley on the whole has raised himself by this volume [2]. He has a fine enthusiasm for liberty and public right."" ""The fourth volume ... is deeply interesting, and, in some respects, better constructed and written than the other three. Welcombe. May 26. 1916"". Dates of reading include: ""Nov 3 1915 - Wallington"" and ""June 28 - with C[aroline] Wallington 1921.""

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TST4
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TFO02
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TPR207

Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Trevelyan, George Otto
Born in 2016

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
1915 - 1921
Time of Reading Experience
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EXT111
EuRED : experience frequency
EXF1
Place of reading experience
England
EuRED : emotions
EuRED : intensity
EuRED : environment
EuRED : lighting
EuRED : testimony
EuRED : reliability
Notes
I have not transcribed all the MS notes in this book

How to cite this record

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Accessed on 2019/11/18 20:05:55

Related place
England
Related person
Trevelyan, George Otto
Related place
England
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