GODWIN DIARY: see his person record in GD website
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: James Mackintosh proposed Honorary Member 9.3.1792 by John Horne Tooke 2nded Sharpe (must have been Richard Sharp as the two Wiiliam Sharpes were not yet members)
James Mackintosh (DNB 1765-1832)
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION; Stewart Kyd of Middle Temple proposed member 23.11.1792 by John Balmanno 2nded John Horne Tooke
Stewart Kyd (DNB d.1811). Bapt 3.7.1758 Arbroath, Angus of Harry Kid and Helen née Fullerton. Admitted Middle Temple 15.6.1782 called to bar 22.6.1787. His younger brother Henry was admitted Middle Temple 1786.
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Joseph Johnson of St Paul's Church Yard proposed member by John Horne Tooke 18.5.1792 2nded Williams
Joseph Johnson (DNB 1738-1809)
GODWIN DIARY has a person record in GD website but many entries wrongly linked to it, see my entry for Johnson, Richard for full discussion
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Joseph Jennings of Hart St, Bloomsbury proposed member 19.6.1792 by Joseph Gerrard 2nded Robert Merry
GODWIN DIARY first entry 5.9.1793, for earlier Jennings entries coded to him in GD website see Jennings, Edmund
For details of his life see my BACKGROUND ARTICLE William Godwin, the Reveleys and the Jenningses
GODWIN DIARY In Godwin's 1796 list for 1785 (crossed out). Also in 1794 version
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION John Jebb original member 1780, elected vice-president 8.12.1780, a very regular attender. In tract distribution took on Huntingdonshire (his wife's home county). See DNB 1736-1786
SunFire 1777 Craven St, Strand. Will PCC 1786, Doctor of Physick, Strand. Dr Williams Library has his notebooks and papers, North Yorks Record Office his letters to Christopher Wyvill 1781-1785
The GD website has Hogan as an Idenified Person but knows almost nothing about him.The mentions of Hogan in Godwin's diary were approx 200 from 16.3.1812 to 12.2.1816, most of these were Hogan calling on Godwin, and taking tea and supper with him. 24.8.1814 was the last time Hogan came to Godwin, after which Godwin wrote to him a few times, called on him once, and heard from him via others (mostly Charles Clairmont). While Hogan was coming regularly to Godwin's, Godwin only called on him a few times and wrote to him a few times.
GODWIN DIARY: 8.11.1817 call on / 13.7.1821 call on
The GD website has coded these to be Longdill's partner, though the context is minimal this is probably correct, for his details see below
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY: 25.4.1818 at Aders with Longdill "Butterfield, L's partner"
26.1.1823 Longdill "partnership is dissolved between him and his partner Butterfield"