Crabb Robinson Diary

James, Miss

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 26 October, 1823

HCR diary 26.10.1823 small party at Aders "a Miss James with Mrs Clarke"
letter 10.1.1830 Mrs Aders in London to HCR in Italy "Sir T Lawrence is no more - he died (I think the servant said) on Thursday night at 9 o'clock, I went there yesterday with my friend Miss James, and could not resist the servant's offer to see his remains"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 25 December, 1823

HCR diary 25.12.1823 at Sam: Kent's "the whole Jupp family - Mr J: rather a low joker, but still a sensible man - very religious but yet remarkably coarse in his conversation - with a tendency to freedom of talk on sexual matters before his own sons. Three of them - two forward striplings - one a young architect - also 4 daughters - a fine family on the whole - Mrs J: was sighing all the day - it amounted nearly to groaning - for the loss of a favourite daughter two years ago!!"....."The whole Jupp family tremendous Irvingites"

Hutchinson, Mrs

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 17 July, 1841

HCR diary 17.7.1841 Mrs Ley, Mrs Aders' daughter "has however introduced her mother to a good wealthy woman a Mrs Hutchinson of Stepney who will probably patronise Mrs A:, while she casts off Mrs Ley"

Hopkinson, Charles

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 10 June, 1834

HCR diary 10.6.1834 "obtained from Hopkinson's Aders' account which I sent him"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 29 April, 1826

HCR diary 29.4.1826 "calls - On Mr Jaffray a new acquaintance who is a student of German - and he and his wife readers of poetry"
                    11.7.1834 "to the Opera House where in the Concert Room was the performance - There came into Mrs Jaffray's box Mrs Masquerier and Mrs Aders and Miss Riley - 2 friends of Mrs J: were there"
                    26.4.1836 "I called on Mrs Aders - they are going to remove and board with Alderson near the Jaffrays"
                      6.5.1836 Mrs Aders "is very desirous to be acquainted with the Jaffrays"

Jameson. William

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 30 October, 1816

HCR diary 30.10.1816 "I called at Jameson's Counting House where I was glad to see Mr Aders who has been exceedingly ill - he was indeed despaired of & has still the marks of his dangerous illness"
                      5.11.1816 call on Aders discussion re: Jameson & Aldebert
                        3.8.1818 called on and saw Jameson and Aders
                   29.11.1820 Jameson at Aders
                   12.12.1821 at Aders "the Jamesons were there, but no other lady beyond the Miss Jamesons & Miss Kingsbury"

Hall, Chambers

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 9 August, 1832

HCR diary 9.8.1832 "I took Mr hall to see Mrs Aders' pictures - she was there and thus the whole morning - for we went to the Athenaeum - was spent with him. Mrs A: says he has a good taste and knowledge of paintings, tho' his taste is not altogether for the old masters"
                  24.4.1839 "to Christie's to inspect the pictures. There I met with hall who gives a favourable opinion of them"

Heusler, Dr

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 14 November, 1827

HCR diary 14.11.1827 "dined afterward at Aders -Dr Wurm and Dr Heusler were there"
                   25.12.1827 Christmas dinner at Aders "Heusler and Peiper were there - H: is so very shy and quiet I can make nothing of him, and only give him credit for learning and talents"
                     24.4.1828 "Scargil, Dr Heusler and Beldam breakfasted with me" "H: who is soon to leave the country. He is an excellent man, I believe, though dull and somewhat tiresome"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 29 November, 1820

HCR diary 29.11.1820 "at Aders - a large party there - chiefly of German merchants, including my old acquaintance Hormann"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 1 July, 1821

HCR diary 1.7.1821 "dined at Sieveking's met Dr Jenckel physician 2 New London St, Crutched Friars, translates English poems into German - a little dogmatical and a little mystical - I might say he is very much so"
                13.11.1821 "I called on Dr Jenckel 37 Gracechurch St. I sat a couple of hours with him - we talked about English poetry - he is an able man - his wife a respectable woman - but I fear they have not the means of continuing here"