Jackson

Jackson 2.4.1797 at Mary Robinson's / 28.5.1797 mrs Jackson at (Thomas) Knight's / 27.6.1797 sup at mrs Jackson's / 6.3.1811 call on Jackson / 8.3.1811 again / 21.7.1811 call on Lamb adv (mrs Fenwick) mrs Jackson & mrs W(illiam Godwin?) / 22.9.1814 sup at L Kenney's with Jacksons / 1.7.1815 reads Jackson / 2.7.1815 again / 27.4.1816 (Lake District) call with Wordsworth on Jackson / 30.4.1816 (Lake District) call on Jackson, adv Kershaw, chaise with them / 1.5.1816 (Lake District) call on Jackson / 15.4.1818 Jackson (Am) calls (not in) / 28.4.1818 Jackson calls / 30.4.1818 Jackson sups / 7.7.1820 Jo Jackson & femme dine / 9.7.1820 J Jackson calls / 18.7.1820 mrs J Jackson, dines, p(our) p(rendre) c(onge) (= to take leave) / 25.12.1820 Jacksons dine / 4.3.1821 C V to Jackson's / 8.1.1823 call on Jackson (Fladgate) / 11.1.1823 again / 13.1.1823 call on Jackson / 27.4.1825 Davison calls (not in) with Jackson / 23.5.1825 call on Greenhill adv Jackson / 31.5.1825 Greenhill, & Jackson & femme call  

Work notes: 
William Jackson 1792-1878 archdeacon of Carlisle letters from/to Wordsworth family 1826-47 / Sequin Henry Jackson d.14-10-1816 M.D. wrote work on childbirth 1798 in which he at first intended to include comments on the death of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin /