Scope and arrangement
Holograph manuscript, 1 p. : (P'ANA 0008) ; of undetermined subject matter, with pencil and ink annotations and strike-throughs. The page was mailed from Sir John Bowring to Thomas Love Peacock on 5 May 1828.|||To Sir Francis Burdett, politician : 1 autograph letter unsigned (draft) : 4 Mar 1826 : (MISC 4141) : from Q[ueen] S[quare] P[lace] : begins, "Thanks for your answer just received. As to the new future prison or any particular new prison having no hope I might as well have no wish as to the adoption of plan of mine except as to the architectural inspection principle." The letter was copied and sent to Burdett on 5 Mar 1826; the letter sent is held by the Bodleian Library (MS. Eng. Lett. d. 97, fos. 20-1), and is published in The Correspondence of Jeremy Bentham, v. 12, p. 203-204.|||To Samuel Cartwright, dentist : 1 autograph letter signed : 25 Mar 1825 : (MISC 3965) : on his dental health. Tipped into grangerized copy of Hazlitt's Spirit of the Age. Shelved with bound manuscript material under "Hazlitt.".|||To Mr. [Thomas] Evans, bookseller : 1 autograph letter signed : 10 Sep 1784 : (MISC 2279) : begins, "I hope you have by this time been paid ...".|||To Francis Place, radical reformer : 1 autograph letter signed : 1 Feb 1821 : (MISC 4026) : regarding an inquiry concerning Thomas Law, the brother of Lord Ellenborough.|||To "Dear Madam" : 1 autograph letter signed : 8 Nov [no year] : (MISC 4023) 25d : begins, "I sent yesterday to request Mrs. Mathew's assistance for the day ..." Mounted in the Mary Ann Humble autograph album.