Scope and arrangement
Manuscript copy, "Extract from a Sermon on Repentance," by Dr. Samuel Parr : [watermark = 1836] : (BLES 3.230) : 1 p.; begins, "The infinite importance of what he has to do, the goading conviction that it must be done, the utter inability of doing it ..." Published in R. R. Madden's Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington, v. 2, p. 262. -- Manuscript mounted in v. 3 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.|||To Lady Blessington, Irish-born writer and literary hostess : 2 letters : -- 1 autograph letter third person : "Thursday" : (BLES 1.069) : from 66 Piazza di Spagna : saying she "will have the honor and pleasure of waiting upon her Ladyship on Sunday next..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : "Monday morng" : (BLES 1.070) : [no place] : begins, "I have the pleasure to send you Mr. Horseman's excellent parody of a libel on Dr. Parr ..." -- Both letters mounted in v. 1 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes. The [autograph?] manuscript of Horseman's parody is mounted in v. 3 of the Blessington papers (BLES 3.231).