Society of Constitutional Information

Derby, Earl of (Edward Stanley)

In Godwin's 1796 list for 1796 but not coded to his person record in GD website
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION:  Earl of Derby proposed 24.11.1782 by Edward Hall 2nded Samuel Shore
Edward Smith Stanley DNB 1752-1834

Warner, John

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Rev Dr John Warner proposed member 25.5.1792 by Robert Merry 2nded John Frost
GODWIN DIARY Dr Warner 25.12.1796 at H Tooke's. In Godwin's 1796 list for 1796 as dr Warner. In GD website his person record seems to be blank or missing and the entry in the 1796 list is not coded.
John Warner DNB 1736-1800 and see Courtenay, Philip

Tooke, John Horne

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: John Horne Tooke of Temple proposed member 6.7.1781 by John Cartwright 2nded John Jebb
John Horne Tooke DNB 1736-1812

Merry, Robert

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Robert Merry Esq of Osbourne's Hotel, Adelphi proposed member 3.6.1791 by John Horne Tooke 2nded Jeremiah Batley
GODWIN DIARY: 13.6.1796 call on Inchbald with My
Robert Merry DNB 1755-1798. Since he was named in full both before and after this on 13.6.1796 this My was certainly Robert Merry

Fawcett, Thomas & Isaac

GODWIN DIARY: 8.4.1796 at Thos Fawcett's with Powel, Bedder / Fawcett 17.1.1795 at Powell's with Thelwall, Bailey, Walker ( and compare 2.2.1795 Bailey Walker Bedder at Thelwall's) was Isaac or Thomas (see below) and not Joseph as coded on GD website
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Isaac Fawcett of Camomile St proposed 1.2.1793 by John Balmanno 2nded John Horne Tooke. Thomas Fossett of Pancras Lane proposed 15.3.1793 by Stewart Kyd 2nded John Balmanno

Beck

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Anthony Beck saddler of Oxford Street proposed member 31.1.1794 by John Williams 2nded Francis Weldon
GODWIN DIARY: 30.1.1796 Beck adv at Inchbald's

Brockbank, Joseph

Joseph Brockbank of Nicholas Lane proposed 1.6.1792 by John Augustus Bonney 2nded John Frost
BONNEY DIARY 25.11.1794  GODWIN DIARY 31.1.1796 Brockbank at Tooke's

Holcroft, Thomas

GODWIN DIARY
2.8.1790 H proposes Gazr to M. This H is identified as Holcroft in GD website in the event tag but not coded to him. 8.10.1797 H calls. Several times Godwin used H rather than Ht to mean Holcroft, this one not coded in GD website

Kentish, Edward

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION; Dr Edward Kentish proposed member 27.5.1791 by John Frost 2nded John Horne Tooke
GODWIN DIARY: 27.12.1795 Kentish at Holcroft's / 14.1.1796 Godwin calls on (not in) / 29.1.1796 Godwin calls on / 10.3.1796 Godwin calls on (not in) / 12.3.1796 at theatre (Iron Chest adapted from.Caleb Williams by Godwin) / 27.3.1796 dine at his with Foot & Holcroft / 2.4.1796 at theatre / 27.5.1796 meet / 13.9.1812 call on Dr Kentish, deceased (at Bristol) / 18.2.1835 mes(dames) Martineau & Kentish at tea.   In Godwin's1796 list

Williamson, John

GODWIN DIARY: 9.11.1795 at John King's / 18.3.1796 there / 16.5.1796 there. In Godwin's 1796 list for 1795
One of the proprietors of the Telegraph newspaper, along with John King, Charles Este, George Robinson & David Evans Macdonnell, all of whom were present on the first occasion and all except Robinson on the other two. Said in newspapers to be a half-pay ensign, which fits with a John Williamson ensign of 18th foot, listed in army half-pay from 1783 to 1808

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