Godwin Diary

Few

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 15 May, 1806

15.5.1806 Serjeant's Inn w. Few & Springsguth
See Springsguth, Matthew Clix for his marriage in 1802 to Ann Frances Few. Charles son of John Few cornfactor of Theobalds Road was articled 1793 to James Meddowcroft. SunFire 1803 Few & Co chinamen 69 High Holborn./  SunFire 1818 John Few 25 Denton St, St Pancras, gent / SunFire 1822 Charles Few solicitor 3 Henrietta St, Covent Garden. Charles bapt 1778, Ann bapt 1779 Holborn of John & Catherine Few. Springsguth had married a solicitor's sister

O'Brien, Dennis

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 22 March, 2806

O'Brien 22.3.1806 adv at theatre
This should probably be added to the person record of Dennis O'Bryen on GD website

Weber, Henry William

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 2 February, 1806

2.2.1806 Weber at Phillips'

Possibly Henry William Weber (DNB 1783-1818). He studied in Germany in 1805 and 1806 and was mostly based in Edinburgh where his works were published BY Murray and others

Adlard

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 27 January, 1806

27.1.1806 Adlard adv. at Wroughton, proxy / 11.8.1813 Adlard calls

Molony

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 5 February, 1806

5.2.1806 write to Molony
<S Abinger c.39 f.15 copy in Godwin's hand of letter from D P Molony Kingston Jamaica dated 14.1.1806 to Marsh & Creed 26 Norfolk St London concerning the death of Lt Wollstonecraft, Godwin's brother in law. Probably the David Patrick Molony merchant of Falmouth, Cornwall will PCC 4.5.1813

Rouse

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 15 January, 1806

15.1.1806 call on Rouse / 20.8.1811 write to Rouse
One possibility is John Norgrove Rouse weaver who was listed in Land Tax from 1792 to 1803.as occupier of 16 Primrose Street, one of the houses in the Wollstonecraft estate Godwin was obliged to deal with as executor of his late wife. However Rouse appears to have moved on by the dates in Godwin's diary

Colnet

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 30 August, 1806

30.8.1806 Four Boadens dine; adv. E Joyce, C Colnet, Essex & Sheffields / 13.9.1806 boat to Richmond with E Colnet (& Godwin's family & close friends) / 14.1.1807 Sarah Taylor & 3 Colnets dine / 2.3.1807 theatre with M(ary) J(ane Godwin), E C & 4 / 29.6.1807 dine at M(argaret) Jones's, (with Godwin's family) & Miss Colnet (chairing Sir F(rancis). B(urdet)t) / 8.8.1807 M J, E C, F(anny Imlay) & C(harles Clairmont) dine / 30.8.1807 adv.

Hunter, Mrs

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 9 July, 1806

6.7.1806 Mrs Hunter at Joseph Johnson's

Langhorn, William

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 8 February, 1806

8.2.1806 call on Wordsworth & Langhorn / 10.2.1806 call on Langhorn & Report Office; adv. Wordsworth / 11.2.1806 call on Langhorn / 2.4.1806 call on Wordsworth & Langhorn / 7.4.1806 Langhorn calls / 31.5.1806 call on Langhorn / 4.6.1806 again / 5.6.1806 again / 3.7.1806 call on Langhornn / 25.7.1806 call on Langhorn / 15.8.1806 again / 16.8.1806 Langhorn calls / 25.8.1806 call on Langhorn / 2.9.1806 again / 7.6.1807 meet Langhorn

Macarthy

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 4 March, 1806

4.3.1806 Macarthy at Rowan's / 18.4.1806 call with Rowan on Abbé Macarthy / 24.4.1806 Abbé Macarthy callsn  / 13.5.1806 Macarthy dines at Godwin's / 26.5.1806 Abbé Macarthy calls / 10.6.1806 Macarthy callsne / 27.6.1806 call on Macarthyn / 6.9.1806 abbé Macarthy callsna / 3.1.1807 meet Macarthy / 3.2.1807 call on Macarthyn / 8.3.1807 Macarthy adv. at Plunket's / 1.4.1807 call on Hippisley, adv. Macarthy / 25.2.1809 Macarthy at S Beresford's

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