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1 December 1884, from Canford: "While Enid [daughter] was here she spent a good deal of time making a miniature drawing in water colours of one of the fine pictures in the drawing room, and while she drew I read to her one of those amusing gossiping letters of Horace Walpole on my subjects [i.e. ceramics connoisseurship], about which I have all the Hogarth and all the Wedgwood books here [...] Besides that I have done very little except read some part of Cooke"s Memoirs, and I am now amusing myself with Froude"s Carlyle."

Source

Lady Charlotte Schreiber. Extracts from her Journal 1853-1891

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Canford, a property in the family of Lady Charlotte's first husband, was the family home of one of her sons at the time of this visit. Two further comments are made in the Journal on this text: 20 Dec 1884, from Inwood (family home of another son): 'I have been going on with the reading of Carlyle's life. Would it not have been better for his memory and his wife's if none of these Memoirs of them had been published?' (see p.185 in source). 30 December 1884: 'I have finished Froude's Carlyle. The latter part of it is much the most interesting, dating from the time that Froude became intimate with him. I sympathize with his views and opinions of Gladstone and the French' (see p.186 in source).

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life of Thomas Carlyle

Reading experience
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Evidence

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Source

Lady Charlotte Schreiber. Extracts from her Journal 1853-1891

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Schreiber, Lady Charlotte
Aged 72 [Experience in 1884, born in 1812]

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Canford, a property in the family of Lady Charlotte's first husband, was the family home of one of her sons at the time of this visit. Two further comments are made in the Journal on this text: 20 Dec 1884, from Inwood (family home of another son): 'I have been going on with the reading of Carlyle's life. Would it not have been better for his memory and his wife's if none of these Memoirs of them had been published?' (see p.185 in source). 30 December 1884: 'I have finished Froude's Carlyle. The latter part of it is much the most interesting, dating from the time that Froude became intimate with him. I sympathize with his views and opinions of Gladstone and the French' (see p.186 in source).

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Lady Charlotte Schreiber. Extracts from her Journal 1853-1891
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/89232
Accessed on 2019/11/21 14:32:19

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20 Dec 1884, from Inwood (family home of another son):

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30 December 1884:

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