W Place

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
I suggest this was an address rather than a person's name. The only address in W Stewart's Dublin directory 1797 that fits was Warrington Place, Baggot St. One possibility is that Curran's mistress Mrs Fitzgerald lived there with their three children (see Fitzgerald). She later wrote to Godwin in terms that suggest they had met before (Bodleian Abinger c7 f32-3). It was clearly not where Mary Wollstonecraft's sisters Eliza Bishop & Everina were living, because of the EB & W Place in the first entry