Irish

Ogilvie

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 25 September, 1800

Ogilvie 25.9.1800 at mrs Plunket's
Ogilvie or Ogilvy was a common name but mainly Scottish, as mrs Plunket's gathering was probably mainly Irish this could have been William Ogilvie Dict Irish Biog 1740-1832. William Ogilvie DNB 1736-1819 who wrote to Godwin 28.7.1793 (Bodleian Abinger c2 f26) and whose book (te 0263 in GD website) Godwin had read on 13.11.1792 and 14.11.1792, he also read on 28.11.1792 and 12.12.1792 but these have not been coded to that text on GD website. (He was not likely to have been the Ogilvie at Plunket's)

Kilkenny

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 25 September, 1800

Kilkenny 25.9.1800 at mrs Plunket's
Perhaps Edmund Butler 1771-1846 who married 1793 Mildred dau of Robert Fowler (DNB 1724-1801 archbishop of Dublin) and was created Earl of Kilkenny 1793, but he was said to have been insane by 1799. Mary Kilkenny widow of St Pancras will PCC 1843

Tegart

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 25 September, 1800

Taygart 25.9.1800 at mrs Plunket's / 28.9.1800 call on Tegart (at Wimbledon) / 6.10.1800 Tegart at theatre (& Curran) / 18.10.1803 call on Tegart, Curran expected / 22.10.1803 Tegart adv at Curran's / 3.11.1806 at theatre / 3.5.1813 at Curran's / 12.7.1815 call on / 8.9.1815 meet / 9.10.1917 at Curran's / 11.10.1817 again / 12.10.1817 again / 15.10.1817 again / 4.11.1817 at Curran's funeral / 12.9.1818 steamboat for Southend / 8.10.1818 at theatre / 22.4.1820 again / 27.8.1820 meet / 18.5.1824 call on

Mahaffy

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 5 August, 1800

Mahaffy 5.8.1800 at Wallace's trial. Carlow
 

Davis, (Ireland)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 11 August, 1800

Davis, apud Leland, pp.18.  10.8.1800 / 11.8.1800 meet Davis
On 9.8.1800 Godwin had resumed his reading of Leland's History of Ireland after his journey to Carlow and reached p182 (presumably of Vol 3). I'm not clear what he meant by Davis apud Leland, must have a look at the Leland. Apud generally means "in" when applied to a book. Was it just coincidence that he met Davis the next day?

Whaley

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 5 August, 1800

Whaley 5.8.1800 adv at dinner, Carlow  In Godwin's 1796 list for 1800 / 6.8.1800 dines / 8.8.1800 at Burne's
Thomas Whaley DNB 1766-1800 politician and gambler, pro-union, married Jan 1800 sister of Valentine Browne Lawless, Lord Cloncurry DNB 1773-1853, died 2.11.1800 in Cheshire on way to London. See Bodleian Abinger c6 f36v for Godwin's description of him in a letter to James Marshall

Dobbs

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 9 September, 1800

Dobbs 9.9.1800 at Taggart's. In Godwin's 1796 list for 1800 / 28.9.1800 meet Dobbs
Francis Dobbs DNB 1750-1811 anti-union apocalyptic

Johnson, (Ireland)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 5 August, 1800

Johnson 5.8.1800 at Wallace's trial, Carlow
GD website has coded this to Joseph Johnson DNB 1738-1809 which seems extremely unlikely to me

Sweeney

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 11 August, 1800

Sweeney 11.8.1800 dines

Birmingham

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 8 August, 1800

Birminghams 8.8.1800 at Grattan's
 

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