Crabb Robinson Diary

Reid, Mrs

HCR diary 29.5.1842 re: Mrs Aders "I then called on Mrs Reid and began a narrative of Mrs A's history and I have no doubt shall interest her in Mrs A's behalf"
                    31.5.1842 "I wrote today a long letter to Mrs Reid giving her an acct of Mrs Aders' life and situation, from which I expect something"
                      2.6.1842 wrote "to Mrs Reid about Mrs Aders"

Robson, Mrs

HCR diary 9.4.1839 at Mrs Robson's "Lady Pocock I had seen at the Aders"

Richards, Mr

HCR diary 10.4.1822 at Aders "a large mixed party. Some strangers - a Mr Richards who married a sister of Mr Pouncefort pleased me. A well informed clear headed sensible young man"

Rice, Spring

HCR diary 22.3.1838 "I had this morning a letter from Spring Rice directing me to make a formal offer of Aders' pictures to the National Gallery thro' Mr Sequier"
Thomas Spring Rice (DNB 1790-1866) was Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time

Richardson, attorney

HCR diary 4.1.1833 Loevenhagen "went to another attorney Richardson in Golden Square" "we all drove to Mr Richardson's with whom after a time all was arranged"
                 29.4.1833 "I attended for thee first time in Warwick St, Aders, Lemmé, Loevenhagen, Richardson and Upton, and there accepted the trusteeship with L: of Aders' pictures"
               21.10.1833 "Aders called for me to go to Richardson and sign the deed of trust which I did"

Riley

HCR diary 7.4.1834  call on Aders "Miss Reilly there and from Norwich"
                 26.6.1834 call at Aders "I found the Reileys with Mr A: (Mrs A: being from home). These are seemingly a great comfort to the A: and Miss R: is a very sweet girl"
                 11.7.1834 at 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's were there"  "I accompanied Mrs Aders and Miss Riley home"

Proby, Charlotte

HCR diary 8.7.1834 see Stewart-Mackenzie, James Alexander in Crabb Robinson Diary dataset

Quayle, Thomas

HCR diary 21.5.1824 at French theatre "I introduced Quayle to Mrs Aders and Long and Tiarks to Qu: so that I had a variety of conversation"
                  17.11.1826 "Quayle, Wood & Pryme breakfasted with me - The Suffolk Magistrate, the Preston member, the Cambridge candidate agree admirably in their politics"
                    20.5.1833 "went early with Quayle to look at Aders prints & books which spoiled the day and without profit"

Poel

HCR diary 10.4.1822 at Aders met son of Poel whom Robinson had known in Altona in 1807. His mother had dies a few weeks before
Poel senior was Piter Poel (1760-1837) diplomat and newspaper publisher, see Marquardt I p 328 n 38. He married 6.1.1787 in Hamburg Friederike Elisabeth daughter of Professor Johann Georg Büsch (1728-1800), they had eleven children (de.wikipedia). Marquardt II p75 sayd 7 children and mentioned a daughter Emma but did not identify which son Robinson met in 1822

Raymond, George

HCR diary 1.8.1824 of barristers on Norfolk circuit with Robinson "Raymond has the manners of a gay coxcomb with a touch of affected humour - he is said to be a damned dramatist - he is a punster and versifier - he will be an amusing companion at all events and may be a pleasant value. Rough says he has dress and effeminate manner of a man addicted to bad practices"

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