Scope and arrangement
To Lady Blessington, writer and literary hostess : 1 autograph letter signed : 2 Apr 1820 : (BLES 2.096) : begins, "I do myself the honor of obeying your Ladyship's wishes to have four lines of my writing ..." Mounted in v. 2 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized bound manuscript volumes.|||To a Mr. Cooke, from "AB.G." : 1 autograph letter signed : 18 Sep 1849 : (MISC 2380).|||To an R. L. Gwatkin : 1 autograph letter signed : 16 Dec 1829 : (MISC 2379).|||To Edward Jesse, writer on natural history : 2 autograph letters signed : 12 Jan  - 15 Oct 1836 : (MISC 1994-1995).|||To "Dear John" : 1 autograph letter signed : no date : (MISC 2378).|||To "My dear Wynne" : 1 autograph letter signed : 19 Feb 1835 : (MISC 4170) : from West [?--bury] : begins, "You once, I remember, told me that you thought the Col. Cecil mentioned in my edition of Boswell's Johnson, vol. ii p. 178, might be our Jacobite friend ...".|||Collection of papers relating to the life and reminiscences of Croker : (MISC 1957) : with holograph manuscripts, numerous letters written to him, copies of letters by him, with a biography of Croker annotated by him ; also, Croker's corrections to a Memoir of the Late Sir Robert Peel. Some of the material appears to be drafts for Louis J. Jennings's Correspondence and Diaries of John Wilson Croker (1884).