Peele's with Hodgkins 19.10.1805 / 28.12.1805 call on Peele's / 2,9,1807 again / 7.2.1812 Geo Peele pp31 / 13.4.1813 call on Sir Robt Peele / 23.2.1814 call on Peele's / 14.10.1816 again / 10.2.1825 call on Lemon adv sec Peele
miss Bentley 19.10.1805 at Perry's / 21.10.1805 Perry femme & miss Bentley call / 15.6.1806 breakfast at Perry's with miss Bentley / 27.3.1818 miss Bentley at Hazlit's / 3.4.1818 again / 13.6.1826 Perry & misses Bentley at theatre
GODWIN DIARY: Heath (& Blake) at theatre 14.11.1805
see my entry for Blake, Arthur to whom the above entry is coded on GD website. More likely to have been William Blake DNB 1757-1827, Heath was a friend and fellow-engraver.
SWEDENBORGIANS: William Blake and his wife Catherine were among the 18 who signed the 1788 Swedenborgian New Church Conference along with the 77 printed names.
GREATER SOHO: see Poland Street 19 to 44 in London Addresses dataset
William Blake 28 Poland St ratebooks Xmas 1785-1790
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY:
call on Nelson 8.8.1805 / 25.9.1805 again / 27.9.1805 again / 7.10.1805 again / 10.10.1805 again / 16.10.1805 Nelson calls / 29.10.1805 again / 1.11.1805 call on Nelson / 9.1.1806 Nelson's funeral / 15.1.1806 Nelson calls / 17.2.1806 call on Nelson / 17.5.1806 again / 20.5.1835 Nelson calls / 17.6.1835 again / 10.8.1835 again / 13.1.1836 again / 16.3.1836 again
mrs LeGrand calls 3.10.1805 (& Keir)
Possibly Lydia nee White the wife of George Wren Legrand brewer of Hampstead married 1.6.1787. He was born Canterbury 1759 and died 26.12.1834 at Union Place Lambeth buried 2.1.1835 there the same day as his wife, his will PCC 1836. In Holdens 1811 he was at 2 North Addington Pl Camberwell. His father George of Canterbury will PCC 1807. See work notes below as well