HCR diary 24.4.1823 Kelly, Mrs Aders first husband fined for drunkenness outside Aders' house "I spoke with the sitting magistrate Mr Rowe - or Roe" "R: said he was going to talk about family matters but I would not listen to him. Mr A's servant has since told me that Mr Cameron whispered to Mr R: that it was a family matter"
See Cameron (QV*). Sir Frederick Adair Roe born 19.3.1789 created baronet 1836 died 20.4.1866 when baronetcy expired see Burke's Peerage & Baronetage between 1837 and 1866. Will proved effects under £120,000
HCR diary 8.4.1826 "to Aders where I heard melancholy news - poor Sieveking has failed - an excellent man and his family must be grievously afflicted by the blow - A: spoke of the uncertainty of the times as of an overwhelming evil and of Rothschild as a sort of general prop intimating that had not R: taken this paper of his own house they could not have gone on"
HCR diary 29.5.1842 re: Mrs Aders "I then called on Mrs Reid and began a narrative of Mrs A's history and I have no doubt shall interest her in Mrs A's behalf"
31.5.1842 "I wrote today a long letter to Mrs Reid giving her an acct of Mrs Aders' life and situation, from which I expect something"
2.6.1842 wrote "to Mrs Reid about Mrs Aders"
HCR diary 1.8.1824 of barristers on Norfolk circuit with Robinson "Raymond has the manners of a gay coxcomb with a touch of affected humour - he is said to be a damned dramatist - he is a punster and versifier - he will be an amusing companion at all events and may be a pleasant value. Rough says he has dress and effeminate manner of a man addicted to bad practices"
HCR diary 1.8.1824 see Raymond (QV*)
15.4.1828 shorthand passage Masquerier Rough
26.4.1828 to Masqueriers "where were Rough and his daughters"
29.11.1828 call on Mrs Kay "a chat about Rough - she seemed to have no recollection of what had passed between her father and me on Rough's leaving England"
17.1.1829 Rough going to Tobago
7.10.1836 letter to Mrs Masquerier about "Rough's not being Chief Justice"
HCR diary 11.7.1836 at Mrs Aders' blue stocking party "Miss Robarts, an authoress"
Very likely Emma Roberts (DNB 1791-1840) who was in India from 1828 to 1832, in London from 1832 to 1839, then returned to India and died at Poona 17.9.1840. Lived with Letitia Elizabeth Landon (DNB 1802-1838) at 22 Hans Place, half boarding house, half boarding school (Landon lived there from 1826). Her sister Laura, Mrs Macnaghten. Blackburn Standard 25.11.1840 (from the Britannia)