Godwin Diary

not in London

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 14 September, 1802

14.9.1802 to 18.9.1802 and 24.9.1803 to 11.10.1803 should have not in London tag. NOW CORRECTED on GD website but 17.7.1821 to 20.7.1821 should also have this tag
 

Walker, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 22 December, 1788

22.12.1788 see John Walker. J Walker was in Godwin's 1796 list near the end of 1788, crossed out, and in 1794 version as John Walker.
Since Godwin saw him after dining at George Robinson's this may well have been Robinson's brother-in-law 'the book-auctioneer of the trade' mentioned in the DNB article on the Robinson family of booksellers. But John Walker was a very common name. 17.7.1795 at Amelia Alderson's, John Walker & Capt Hamilton / 17.7.1805 John Walker at Joseph Johnson's / 27.11.1805 J Walker there,  see Walker
 

Millan

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 30 December, 1798

see Millen Sarah F

Potts, Ann M

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 6 September, 1799

miss Potts 6.9.1799 sups at Godwin's with H G / 9.10.1799 tea at Fell's with Godwin, Marshall & Fenwicks.
Ann M Potts was bound to Hannah Godwin on 1.6.1796 (Nat Arch IR1/36)

 

Langridge, William Balcombe

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 26 February, 1804

26.2.1804, 27.2.1804. This was William Balcombe Langridge attorney of Lewes. see Godwin, Harriet and Steel, Jeremiah.
 

Wordsworth, Richard

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 2 April, 1798

call on Wordsworth atty 2.4.1798 / 3.4.1798 call on Wordsworth, adv Montagu / 14,4,1798 call on Worswort atty / 16.4.1798 call on Wordsworth (& Montagu) / 17.4.1798 call on Wordsworth / 5.5.1798 adv Wordsworth at (Samuel) Lister's

West, Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 10 December, 1801

Tho West 10.12.1801 See Godwin, Harriet.  Only the West entries from this one till 1804 belonged to this person, none of the others had a T. On 14.3.1804 Mrs T West was his wife Lucy and Mrs Dallas her mother Elizabeth.

 

Godwin, Mary

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 20 June, 1793

20.6.1793

Godwin, Nathaniel.

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 8 September, 1791

8.9.1791
"probably an older brother of Godwin's" change to "Godwin's youngest brother".
6.8.1827 event tag. "possibly N G's son begins school" change to "Nathaniel Godwin age 60, publican, entered as a pensioner (or Poor Brother) of Charterhouse (London Met Arch ACC/1876/PS/02/053 and ACC/1876/PS/03/024) and died 1.2.1846 aged 79. The position was in the gift of the King (then George IV) and may have been secured by Godwin's contacts with Lord Dillon (a literary 'fashionable') in the preceding months."

Forsyth

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 16 October, 1800

miss Forsyth 16.10.1800 at tea at Godwin's with H(annah) G(odwin) & Hansard / 5.8.1801 sups at Godwin's with H G / 11.9.1801 sups at Godwin's with H G / 25.9.1801 sups at Godwin's with H G / 21.1.1802 at theatre with Godwins, Fenwicks & H G / 24.2.1802 miss Fth dines / 4.3.1802 miss F dines / 27.6.1802 sups at Godwin's with H G / 4.8.1802 sups at Godwin's with H G, Lamb & Smith / 14.8.1802 at dinner at Godwin's adv with H G / 17.8.1802 sups at H G's with Godwin, Jo G &c, Waring & Littlewood / 30.8.1802 at dinner at Godwin's adv with H G / 25.9.1802 dines at Godwin's with

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