Scope and arrangement
Autograph verse signed : [before 18 Sep 1819] : (MISC 4023.01c) : begins, "Go seek the turf where North, where Virtue lies." With note on verso in another hand explaining that the lines are the "last verse of a poetical epistle from Mrs. Barbauld to Dr. Enfield ..." Mounted in the Mary Ann Humble album.|||To Davies Giddy [later Gilbert], scientific administrator and applied mathematician : 1 autograph letter signed : 18 Jun 1816 : (MISC 3742) : thanking him for sending her the work of a young female author.|||To Hannah More, writer and philanthropist : 1 autograph letter signed : 22 May [no year] : (MISC 4132) : from Palgrave : begins, "If any one were to ask me whether Miss More & Mrs. Barbauld correspond, I should say, We correspond I hope in sentiments, in inclinations, in affection, but with the pen I really cannot say we do.".|||To Thomas Norton Longman, publisher : 1 autograph letter third person : [ca. 1817-1822] : (MISC 2005) : refering to Dr. Aikin being "completely out of danger." The letter was probably written sometime following Aikin's stroke in 1817. Tipped in to William Upcott album of collected letters of eminent women. Shelved under "Upcott" with bound manuscript materials.|||To "Mr. Manning" : 1 autograph letter signed : 24 Dec.  : (MISC 3213) : on plans for a visit by her husband to the Mannings in Yarmouth.|||To Richard Phillips, publisher : 1 autograph leter signed : [no date] : (MISC 4100) : begins, "W Marchant tells me that the last Vol is to have two sheets less than the preceeding ones ...".|||To "My dear Sara" : 1 autograph letter signed : [no date] : (MISC 3928) : thanking her for the kind offer of conveying her to Hampstead, etc. Mounted in the Agatha Hogsbottom autograph album. Shelved with oversized bound manuscripts.