Irish

Reeves

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

dine at Reeves's 16.7.1800 / 22.7.1800 3 Reeves's at Webb's / 21.7.1800 Reeves's at Webb's / 22.7.1800 Bray diligence with mr & mrs Reeves / 1.8.1800 call on mrs Reeves
sub 1798 to Reports of Cases (Irish courts) Robert Reeves attorney. Thos Reeves MD = July 1788 miss Oates / Isaac Reeves Skinner St = Aug 1804 miss Johnson Castle Annesley co. Wexford (Irish marriages). Subscr 1798 to D R O'Conor Edward H Reeves Ballyglissan Rathcormack Cork

Webb, (Ireland)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 13 July, 1800

Webb 13.7.1800 call on / 20.7.1800 dine at Webb's / 21.7.1800 sup at Webb's / 13.1.1802 at Wycombe's (& Curran)
 

Scully

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 11 July, 1800

Scully 11.7.1800 at Moira's
Probably Denis Scully DNB 1773-1830 Catholic lawyer. Dublin Trades 1797 Michael Scully lottery office keeper / Timothy Scully turner. Subscrs to D R O'Conor 1798 William Scully, Dually, Cashel, Tipperary / William Scully, Ohillips Town, Kings Co.

Wright (Ireland)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

Wright 16.7.1800 calls, adv at Lefanu's
Perhaps Thomas Wright Dict Irish Biog 1760-1812 surgeon, United Irishman, informer from 1799. Dublin Trades 1797 Benjamin Wright grocer, James Wright victualler, Joseph Wright grocer, Joseph Wright hatter, Nehemiah Wright linen draper, Patrick Wright factor

Dargle & Scalp

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 13 July, 1800

13.7.1800 dine at la. Mountcashel's with C(urran) (Dargle & Scalp) / 14.7.1800 Dargle & Water-fall
Dargle is the river that flows to the sea at Bray south of Dublin, and Scalp the name of a hill near that river and the village of Enniskerry, or that is as much sense as I could get out of Google maps

exhibition

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 11 July, 1800

Exhibition 11.7.1800 (in Ireland)
The GD website event tag mentions an exhibition in London advertised in the Times of that day, without noticing that Godwin was in Dublin. If you have easier access to Dublin newspapers than I do you may be able to identify this exhibition

Quin

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

Quins 16.7.1800 at Reeves's / 22.7.1800 Quins at Burton's
GD website has coded these to Edward Turnly Quin DNB 1762-1823 which is probably right for later Quins in London, but though he was Irish there were many Quins in Ireland and Quin didn't appear in Godwin's diary with Curran in London until 1817. E T Quin married in London in 1793 and the DNB says nothing more about his whereabouts till 1803 when he became editor of the Traveller

Hartley

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 13 July, 1800

Hartley 13.7.1800 at Grattan's / 14.7.1800 again / 18.7.1800 at Drennan's
Perhaps James son of Travers Hartley Dict Irish Biog 1723-1786 Dublin merchant. / Dublin Trades 1797 James Hartley merchant, William Hartley haberdasher & silk merchant / Henry Hartley barrister = Apr 1798 Lady Louisa Lumley dau of Earl of Scarborough (Irish marriages).

W Place

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 11 July, 1800

call on EB & W Place 11.7.1800 / 25.7.1800 call, with C(urran), W Place / 26.7.1800 tea W Place / 1.8.1800 call on W Place

Elwards

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

Elwards's 16.7.1800 at Reeves's / 22.7.1800 at Burton's
The name Elwards is rare but did exist. In handwriting of Godwin's era it was particularly hard to tell from Edwards as many people used a similar curl at the base of a capital E as they used to form a small d

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