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year greater than or equals "1823"
year less than or equals "1830"

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Details 1825  Thomas Carlyle, The Life of Schiller.  
Details 1825  John Murray publishes The Works of Lord Byron in Six Volumes.  
Details 1825  William Hazlitt, The Spirit of the Age, or Contemporary Portraits.  
Details 1825  Thomas Lovell Beddoes, trans. of F. Schiller's Philosophical Letters in the Quarterly Magazine.  
Details 1825  Thomas Hood and John Hamilton Reynolds, Odes and Addresses to Great People (3 editions produced within 1 year).  
Details 1825  Blake's pictures: tempera paintings The Black Madonna and The Characters of Spenser's Faerie Queene produced, as well as illustrations for Paradise Regained and Job engravings (dated 1825).  
Details 1825  Thomas Hood, engraving of Hogarth's The Progress of Cant.  
Details 1825  Felicia Hemans is besieged with invitations to contribute to gift-book annuals.  
Details 1825  In order to become a Quaker, Amelia Opie gives up writing fiction and leaves The Painter and His Wife unfinished.  
Details 1825  Charles Lamb is pensioned by the East India House.  
Details 1825  Delacroix visits England.  
Details 1825  Women join the abolition movement in large numbers with increasing influence and visibility: three women's antislavery societies were formed at Birmingham, Sheffield, and Calne; by 1830, there were 40 more. *Abolition  
Details 1825  Robert Southey, Tale of Paraguay.  
Details 1825  Publication of The Works of Matthew Baillie, M.D. to which is Prefixed an Account of His Life, Collected from Authentic Sources. The book includes case studies of his patients, including the "Case of a Man who had No Evacuation from the Bowels for Nearly Fifteen Weeks Before Death."  
Details 1825  Dublin's Theatre Royal production of Joanna Baillie's Constantine Paleologus.  
Details 1825  Beethoven, String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132 and String Quartet in B flat major, Op. 130.  
Details 1825 - 1826  Speculative economic crash of 1825-6.  
Details 1826  Fall of the Liverpool ministry.  
Details 1826  Missolonghi falls to the Turks; 3,000 women and children sold to slavery.  
Details 1826  Return of the Jesuits to France. *France  
Details 1826  Amelia Opie, "The Black Man's Lament, or How to Make Sugar." *Abolition  
Details 1826  Mary Shelley, The Last Man.  
Details 1826  Blake annotates W. Wordsworth's Poems (1815) and The Excursion (1814).  
Details 1826  Dixon Denham and Hugh Clapperton, Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Southern Africa.  
Details 1826  Lord Byron, Don Juan I-XVI published in 2 volumes.  

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