John King's Crowd

King, George

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 19 April, 1802

19.4.1802 write to Geo King / 20.4.1802 again

Cockburne

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 2 May, 1797

Cockburne 2.5.1797 at John King's
 

Swainson, Isaac

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 2 May, 1797

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Mr Swainson of Frith St Soho proposed member 8.2.1793 by Thomas Holcroft 2nded William Harwood
GODWIN DIARY: Swainson 2.5.1797 at John King's

Platt

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 23 March, 1797

Platts 23.3.1797 at John King's / 30.9.1798 mrs Platt adv at mrs Foulkes / 2.3.1804 call on Platt / 17.7.1810 again / 4.3.1811 Platt at Aldis's / 2.9.1811 (Isle of Wight) Carisbrooke Castle adv L Bucks, F Grenville & Platt / 2.11.1824 adv at theatre / 1.3.1827 meet Platt

Belfast, Lord (George Augustus Chichester)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 4 February, 1797

Belfast 4.2.1797 at John King's (with Mays) both May & Belfast in Godwin's 1796 list for 1797
George Augustus Chichester, styled Lord Belfast born 13.8.1769 died 5.10.1844 succeeded father as Marquess of Donegal 5.6.1799 married 8.8.1795 Anna, illegitimate daughter of (James) Edward May (qv). See History of Irish Parliament, and W.A. Maguire, Living Like A Lord.  May was Lord Donegal's agent and rescued Belfast from the Fleet prison on condition he married May's illegitimate daughter

Carter

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 9 March, 1797

Carters 9.3.1797 at John King's / 28.5.1798 again / 8.2.1799 Carter at King's / 19.2.1806 mrs Carter dies / 16.9.1808 call on Carter / 14.8.1813 Carter at S(arah) E(lwes) / 11.10.1813 call on Carter / 8.11.1813 again / 24.11.1813 again / 1.12.1813 again / 6.12.1813 again
The mrs Carter who died 19.2.1806 was Elizabeth Carter DNB 1717-1806 and unlikely to have been a guest at John King's

Dennett

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 8 January, 1797

Dennet 8.1.1797 at John King's / 2.12.1807 call on Dennet / 3.12.1807 again / 4.12.1807 again / 5.12.1807 again / 9.12.1807 again / 22.12.1807 call on mrs Dennet / 26.7.1811 call on Dennet / 17.8.1811 again / 19.8.1811 again / 23.8.1811 again / 26.8.1811 again / 27.8.1811 again / 7.9.1811 clerk from Dennet calls / 26.8.1816 call on Dennet / 4.11.1816 call on Dennet (Tatham) / 8.7.1817 call on Dennet, bond

Hardcastle

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 8 January, 1797

Hardcastle 8.1.1797 at John King's
Maybe the attorney John Hardcastle, 1787 with Michael Hodgson over the Crown Office, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, 1800 at 7 Lincolns Inn New Sq, Morning Chronicle 2.3.1801 advert for creditors of his estate. In 1797 Law List there was also an attorney James Hardcastle of 21 Dean St Soho. In Godwin diary after Dennet who was also likely an attorney
See also Joseph Hardcastle DNB 1752-1819 his will PCC 1819, he married 1785 Anne dau of John Corsbie (see Barnard)

Matthew

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 8 January, 1797

Matthew 8.1.1797 at John King's and in 1796 list for 1797 / 21.2.1799 Matthew adv at theatre

Wolcot, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 21 March, 1792

In Godwin's 1796 list for 1787, crossed out and inserted above in 1792, also in 1794 version for 1787. The crossed out Wolcot in the 1796 list is not coded to his person record on the GD website.
John Wolcot DNB 1738-1819. I presume (though it is pure speculation) that Godwin moved Wolcot in the list because he had met him in 1787 but had not conversed with him. I think this was the only entry in the 1796 list that got moved further than within a year or to the next year. 

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