|√||Century of Experience||Evidence||Name of Reader / Listener / Reading Group||Author of Text||Title of Text||Form of Text|
|1700-1799||Witness statement in trial for theft:
Allen: "I took the prisoners that night in Kingsland-road... in the morning a...|| Allen || ||Print: Handbill|
|1700-1799||'[a young man] Mr Allen - resolved to take Orders and made proper Application: The Bishop asked him of course what he ...||Mr Allen ||Soame Jennings||Free Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Evil||Print: Book|
|1800-1849||[Letter, 22 November 1813]|
'I have just been reading Anne Caldwell's play and am delighted with it.'
|Jessie Allen ||Anne Caldwell||Unknown||Unknown|
|1800-1849||[Letter 22 November 1813]|
'I want to read again Miss Baillie's ''Hope'',which I thought the prettiest of he...
|Jessie Allen ||Joanna Baillie||Hope||Print: Book|
[Letter 24 March 1814]
'''The Wanderer'' is to be out on Monday. It is the most interesting novel I have ev...
|Fanny Allen ||Frances D'Arblay||The Wanderer||Print: Book|
|1800-1849||'I am reading Sismondi's French History and I am glad to find it is very interesting and pleasant reading...'||Fanny Allen ||J.C.L. de Sismondi||The History of the French||Print: Book|
|1800-1849||'We are near the end of Macauley's 'History', and it is very entertaining reading.'||Fanny Allen ||Thomas Babington Macauley||History of England||Print: Book|
|1850-1899||'I have been reading and enjoying Sydney Smith's 'Moral Philosophy', which Mrs Smith sent me this winter, and I find i...||Fanny Allen ||Sydney Smith||Moral Philosophy||Print: Book|
|1850-1899||'I am just finishing Neander's Life of Christ, and I believe I have derived good from it. I did not clearly understand...||Fanny Allen ||Johann August W. Neander||The Life of Jesus Christ|
|1850-1899||'Mrs Sydney Smith is affectionate and kind as it is possible to be. She gives me all her husband's papers and correspo...||Fanny Allen ||Sydney Smith||[papers and correspondence]|
|1850-1899||'... I have been idle, but rather too busy to write, our leisure hours being taken up with reading Sydney's "Memoirs".'||Fanny Allen ||Sydney Smith||Selections from the writings of the Rev. Sydney Smith||Print: Book|
|1850-1899||'I am going on with my reading of Shakespeare's historical plays, and yesterday I came on the murder of Humphrey, Duke...||Fanny Allen ||William Shakespeare||2 Henry VI||Print: Book|
|1850-1899||'I am going on with my reading of Shakespeare's historical plays, and yesterday I came on the murder of Humphrey, Duke...||Fanny Allen ||Alfred, Lord Tennyson||Locksley Hall||Print: Book|
|1850-1899||'I do not know whether you touch C. Voysey's writings. I was pleased with his last discourse, "Man the only Revelation...||Fanny Allen ||Charles Voysey||Man the only Revelation of God|