GODWIN DIARY: 19.5.1928 / 19.5.1828 / 30.10.1828. He has a person record on GD website
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY: 21.2.1829 at Aders "I met with Muhlenfels German Prof: Un: London - I should judge a sensible man, but his talk was not particularly agreeable"
HCR diary 10.4.1844 Robinson called "on Mrs Gent (a miniature painter) a friend of Mrs Aders for whom a letter was brought by Stansfeld from Mrs A: and by me strangely forgotten. I lately found it, thinking it had been put in the post - I called on her today and delivered it with an apology. She seems an agreeable person (6 Tavistock Street, Bedford Square)"
Sir Cecil Wray proposed Society for Constitutional Information 29.11.1782 Edward Hall 2nded Samuel Shore
See DNB 1734-1805 also History of Parliament. His one appearance in Godwin Diary 1.4.1795 was interestingly at the table of John King DNB c1753-1823 see my Background article King of the Swindlers
Thomas Brand Hollis of Craven St, Strand original member of Society for Constitutional Information 1780 elected president 8.12.1780, frequently took the chair at meetings
Thomas Brand Hollis (DNB 1719-1804) appeared in Godwin Diary but I have no corrections to make to his person record on GD website
GODWIN DIARY: 23.4.1798 Dealtry j at Exhibition / 9.10.1798 meet Dealtry jr
(see editorial notes on Peregrine Dealtry in GD website) probably Henry Dealtry brother of Peregrine, probably not Henry's son Peregrine who was only 8
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Capt Dealtry of Manchester Sq proposed 24.6.1791 by Count Zenobio 2nded John Frost
Mr Christie proposed Society for Constitutional Information 20.4.1792 by John Frost 2nded John Lockhart
This seems likely to have been Thomas Christie (DNB 1761-1796) but since there was no surname or address entered in the minutes it's hard to be sure
GODWIN DIARY Christie 22.3.1795 at John King's / 30.12.1795 at Newton's / 15.4.1796 adv at Wolstonecraft's / 23.4.1796 call on, w. Imlay / 5.6.1800 call on Christie (incog) & Colman (do) / 9.9.1801 adv Mr Christie at Lamb's