?British History in the Nineteenth Century

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?British History in the Nineteenth Century

Reading experience
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Evidence

"Did I thank you for George"s history? I"m reading it now — it"s a wonderful book. How wise and sane he is and how brilliantly he presents the picture. The first chapters on England of the 18th century are entrancing."

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Gertrude Bell
Aged 54 [Experience in 1922, born in 1868]

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The identity of this text and of its author 'George' is uncertain.The familiar tone of the reference suggests a friend or family member. It may therefore refer to George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876-1962) who was related by marriage to Gertrude Bell's half sister Mary Katherine ('Molly'), the latter having married George's elder brother Sir Charles Trevelyan. The book could be 'British History in the Nineteenth Century' (1922). Gertrude Bell had in fact thanked her father for sending the book (referred here too as 'George's book') on 12 October 1922.

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Accessed on 2020/11/30 04:01:05

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?British History in the Nineteenth Century

Reading experience
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Evidence

"Did I thank you for George"s history? I"m reading it now &mdash; it"s a wonderful book. How wise and sane he is and how brilliantly he presents the picture. The first chapters on England of the 18th century are entrancing."

Source


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Aged 54 [Experience in 1922, born in 1868]

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Accessed on 2020/11/30 04:01:05

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