HCR diary 26.4.1839 at final sale of Aders' pictures "Most of the pictures went for little or nothing. Green and Pugin the catholic architect were real bidders" "Hall introduced me to Pugin the very able architect and sarcastic author of the Contrasts. I enjoyed a short conversation with him in the Sale Room"
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (DNB 1812-1852). Chambers Hall (QV*) (DNB 1786-1855)
HCR diary 7.4.1834 call on Aders "Miss Reilly there and from Norwich"
26.6.1834 call at Aders "I found teh Reileys with Mr A: (Mrs A: being from home). These are seemingly a great comfort to the A: and Miss R: is a very sweet girl"
11.7.1834 at the Opera House "where in the Concert Room was the performance - There came into Mrs Jaffray's box Mrs Masquerier and Mrs Aders and Miss Riley - 2 friends of Mrs J's were there" "I accompanied Mrs Aders and Miss Riley home"
HCR diary 21.5.1824 at French theatre "I introduced Quayle to Mrs Aders and Long and Tiarks to Qu: so that I had a variety of conversation"
17.11.1826 "Quayle, Wood & Pryme breakfasted with me - The Suffolk Magistrate, the Preston member, the Cambridge candidate agree admirably in their politics"
20.5.1833 "went early with Quayle to look at Aders prints & books which spoiled the day and without profit"
HCR diary 10.4.1822 at Aders met son of Poel whom Robinson had known in Altona in 1807. His mother had dies a few weeks before
Poel senior was Piter Poel (1760-1837) diplomat and newspaper publisher, see Marquardt I p 328 n 38. He married 6.1.1787 in Hamburg Friederike Elisabeth daughter of Professor Johann Georg Büsch (1728-1800), they had eleven children (de.wikipedia). Marquardt II p75 sayd 7 children and mentioned a daughter Emma but did not identify which son Robinson met in 1822
HCR diary 11.5.1825 dinner at Green, Lincolns Inn Fields "a large party. Mrs Aders, Phillips RA and wife - a sensible woman"
15.12.1826 after Flaxman's funeral "being near Euston Place I accompanied Phillips to Aders - we saw Mrs Aders, & Mr Phillips examined the pictures with great minuteness and apparently great interest - I left him there"
Thomas Phillips (DNB 1760-1845). He married in 1809 Elizabeth Fraser (1782-1856) of Fairfield, near Inverness