Parry, James & John

23.5.1796 at Debrett's / 14.9.1796 again / 9.1.1797 again / 29.1.1797 at H(olcrof)ts / 4.2.1797 at Debrett's / 5.2.1797 at H(olcrof)ts / 9.2.1797 at theatre / 20.2.1797 at Debrett's / 1.3.1797 again / 3.3.1797 meet Parry : dines / 4.3.1797 adv at theatre / 19.3.1797 at H(olcrof)ts / 29.3.1797 at Debrett's / 1.4.1797 again / 7.5.1797 at H(olcrof)ts / 8.5.1797 at Debrett's / 24.5.1797 again / 1.6.1797 again / 2.6.1797 again / 21.6.1797 call on Parry (not in) / 25.6.1797 Parrys at H(olcrof)ts / 28.7 Parry at Debrett's / 18.10.1797 meet Parry senr / 8.11.1797 Parrys at H(olcrof)ts / 3.12.1797 Parrys adv at H(olcrof)ts / 14.12.1797 Parry at theatre / 21.1.1798 Parry at Horne Tooke's / 18.2.1798 Parrys at H(olcrof)ts / 18.3.1798 Parrys, mrs Parry at H(olcrof)ts / 24.3.1798 Parrys adv at theatre / 15.4.1798 Parrys adv at H(olcrof)ts / 25.4.1798 Parry calls / 19.5.1798 Parry at theatre / 27.5.1798 Parrys at Horne Tooke's / 29.7.1798 Parrys adv at Horne Tooke's / 5.8.1798 Parry at H(olcrof)ts / 19.8.1798 again / 9.10.1798 meet Ja Parry / 22.4.1799 meet Parry / 6.8.1799 adv John Parry at Joseph Johnson's / 17.10.1799 dine at Parry's (KBP) / 25.10.1799 Parry calls / 20.11.1799 Parry dines / 23.11.1799 dine at Parry's, Hammersmith / 5.12.1799 tea Parry's, Hammersmith; adv John Parry / 2.2.1801 theatre adv Jo Parry / 5.12.1811 call on Parry / 21.3.1817 J Parry calls.
Parry in Godwin's 1796 list for 1797 between Southey (18.2.1797) and sir Robt Smyth (9.5.1797)
Holcroft's Diary: 29.6.1798 walks with 2 Parrys / 18.7.1798 Parry jr at Debrett's / 5.8.1798 Godwin, Stoddart & J Parry dine / 13.8.1798 Parrys called / 3.10.1798 met Parry at Debrett's / 11.10.1798 Parrys at theatre / 12.10.1798 John Parry at Debrett's / 18.10.1798 Debrett's & King's auction room, saw Sturt MP and Parry junr / 22.11.1798 letter from Dr Parry / 5.2.1799 Parry junr at Debrett's / 1.3.1799 Parry junr given to hope for verdict in his favour by Erskine
William Parry = 9.11.1772 Mary Knight at Sutton St Nicholas, Hereford, his will PCC 9.1.1783 dated 26.10.1778 of St Nicholas Hereford cornfactor, wife Mary, sons William, James, John, Philip. John Parry will PCC 1825 dated 24.4.1800 late of Grays Inn but now of Twickenham, brother James late of Grays Inn but now of Hammersmith witnesses Anne Rigby, William Ward, Susanne Jonod, codicil dated 3.8.1820 John Parry Esq Vice Warden of Devon £300 to Frances Atwell now residing with me in the capacity of housemaid at 4 Bartholomew Terrace Exeter, sworn to 13.1.1825 by William Chisholme & William Heath Bennett both of Lincolns Inn John Parry late of Dover St Piccadilly vice warden of the Stannaries widower, admon granted 8.7.1825 to Richard Wilson a creditor, James Parry the brother having died in the lifetime of the testator, Philip Parry the brother only next of kin and Say Parry the nephew renounced 29.7.1834 Sarah Ashley spinster exec of Philip Parry's will retracted admon made by Philip Parry, admon granted to Say Parry
Times, Whitehall Evening Post 2.8.1796 John Parry apprehended at Dover / Oracle 21.9.1796 on 29th ult at Capieu nr Bologne James Parry Esq of Grays Inn married Ann Lucie de Valabreque of Chaillot nr Paris / 1797 opera box Kings Theatre Haymarket James Parry esq Mrs Porson Miss Lunan Mr Porson / 1800 subscribed to "A Geographical ...Germany, Holland .." James Parry Esq, Clifton House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith / Caledonian Mercury 3.8.1805 Mr James Parry late proprietor of the Courier one of the persons detained at the commencement of hostilities died last week at Verdun chiefly, as is supposed, for want of medical assistance / John Parry buried 15.5.1824 St Geo Han Sq of Dover St age 45
The GD website allots some of the Parry entries to Dr Caleb Hillier Parry and his son Charles Henry. My judgement is that none of the entries in Godwin's diary belonged to the doctors, and only the Dr Parry entries in Holcroft's diary referred to them, and then to correspondence rather than meetings. All the other Parry entries in both diaries referred to the brothers James and John proprietors of the Courier newspaper' Looking at all the entries in both diaries suggests that John Parry was Parry jr and usually the Parry at Debrett's, so the Parry in 1796 list was more likely James who was also Parry senr and Parry Hammersmith
Of the other two brothers William presumably died before 1800 and Philip Parry Esq of the Inner Temple bachelor married Charlotte Wild of St George Bloomsbury spinster 12.7.1795 St Bride Fleet St London