Shepherd

Shepherds call 13.7.1798 / 16.6.1799 Shepherd at Horne Tooke's /
21.4.1801 Shepherd at Joseph Johnson's / 27.4.1801 Shepherd at Royal Academy exhibition / 4.6.1801 Shepherds call / 24.4.1802 Dyer & Shepherd call / 25.6.1802 Shepherd at Dyer's / 3.8.1803 Shepherd at Joyce's / 12.7.1804 meet Wake Shepherd & Joyce / 13.7.1804 Shepherd at Joyce's /
4.5.1805 miss Shepherd at Nicholson's / 6.7.1807 at dinner adv TT (Shepherd of Liverpool, & N G) / 4.10.1808 mrs Shepherd calls (not seen) / 10.12.1808 mrs Shepherd calls / 3.3.1809 mrs Shepperd calls
12.7.1809 write to Shepherd / 3.8.1809 write to Shepherd (Liverpool) / 4.8.1809 write to Shephard (Bristol) / 2.10.1809 write to Shepherd / 24.1.1810 write to Sheppard / 4.4.1810 again / 4.8.1810 again / 10.11.1810 again / 4.1.1811 again / 19.1.1811 again / 16.9.1812 call on Sheppard (in Bristol) / 30.6.1813 Shepherd (Liverpool) calls / 9.9.1813 write to Shepherd (Liverpool) / 22.7.1816 call on Shepherd /
27.1.1823 Stewart at tea (adv Shepherd) / 1.2.1823 Stewart & Shepherd at tea / 26.9.1823 write to Shepherd / 30.12.1823 call on O Rees; adv W Shepherd: meet Dyer / 31.12.1823 Shepherd, W calls / 1.7.1824 C Stewart & Shepherd at tea /
25.6.1827 dine at (White of) Isleworth's with 2 miss Shepherds /
12.5.1834 Shepherd at Gaskel's / 7.8.1834 mrs Shepherd adv at Caunter's / 24.8.1834 Shepherds adv at Caunter's / 25.5.1835 Shepherd at Gaskel's
William Shepherd DNB 1768-1847 merchant, friend of Jeremiah Joyce, based in LIverpool, married Frances dau of Robert Nicholson, Liverpool. He (and his family) could be most of the above entries but Godwin's use of Liverpool 1809-13 and of the initial W in 1823 suggest there may have been more than one Shepherd in his diary. On the other hand there is only miss Shepherd at Nicholson's in 1805 between three entries associated with Joyce in 1803 & 1804 and the first use of Liverpool in 1807. Samuel Shepherd DNB 1760-1840 lawyer and friend of Erskine's possible but no strong reason for identification. 1809 Shephard (Bristol) was probably William Sheppard bookseller Corn-st 1800 to 1824 (bbti), so possibly also 12.7.1809 when Godwin wrote to several booksellers outside London, and certainly all the Sheppard entries above