Mirror of Literature,  11 (1828), 71–73.

Lord Byron. (From 'Lord Byron and Some of his Contemporaries, by Leigh Hunt)



Extract, Anecdote, Biography

Publications extracted:

Hunt 1828

[1] His Books



People mentioned:

Benjamin Franklin

    Observes: 'Franklin he liked. He respected him for his acquisition of wealth and power; and would have stood in awe, had he known him, of the refined worldliness of his character, and the influence it gave him. Franklin's works [...] were among his favourite reading' (72).

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