Scope and arrangement
To Maria Bowring, wife of the politician and writer John Bowring : 1 autograph letter signed : [no date] : (MISC 4023.24b) : from 11 William Street : begins, "I give up the pleasure (as I am [?] thanks) of waiting on you on Saturday Eve.g ..." Within the Mary Ann Humble autograph album. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.|||To Henry Colburn, publisher : 1 autograph letter signed : [between 1818 and 1824] : (MISC 2032) : [no place] : begins, "I have not yet unpacked my trunks & shall not be able to do it tonight ..." Within the William Upcott album of letters by eminent women. Shelved with bound manuscript volumes.|||To George Dyer, author and advocate of political reform : 1 autograph letter signed : 18 May 1837 : (MISC 3616p) : [no place] : begins, "Your very kind and sympathising letter was truly gratifying to the sorrowing Widow of Your departed friend ..."; with thick mourning border on address leaf.|||To A. and W. Galignani, publishers : 1 autograph letter third person : 29 May 1829 : (MISC 3404) : from Hotel de la [----?] : requesting "Mr. Galignani will send her a copy of Salvatore Rosa in English by the bearer ...".|||To Mary Gaskell, wife of Daniel Gaskell, MP for Wakefield : 1 autograph letter signed : [no date] : (MISC 4053) : [no place] : begins, "The inclemency of the weather and the distance of the place we dined at prevented one having the pleasure of going on to your agreeable party ...".|||To Mrs M. [?Gibran] : 1 autograph letter signed : 26 Apr 1851 : (MISC 4066) : from [?T----, ?Chesbury] : begins, "I rejoice you have seen Alexander & approve of him ...".|||To Abraham Hayward, essayist and translator : 3 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed : 17 Dec 1854 : (HWD 07.054) : from 11 William Street : begins, "Your letter could not fail to gratify me; it did so in no ordinary degree ..." Within the Abraham Hayward Correspondence Files. -- 1 autograph letter signed : 9 Nov 1858 : (HWD 01.033) : from William Street : begins, "Are you in town?" With the stamped, postmarked envelope, with red wax seal bearing cameo portrait of a woman. Within the Abraham Hayward Correspondence Files. -- 1 autograph letter signed : "Friday" 24 Mar [1837 or later] : (MISC 3501) : from William St. : begins, "Will you accept of a seat in my box at the Royal Opera tomorrow night...".|||To Susanna Hunter of The Society of Friends, Glenfield Place, Belfast, Ireland : 1 autograph letter signed : 10 Dec 1845 : (MISC 0866) : from 11 William Street, Albert Gate, Hyde Park : begins, "Most partial Reader - and gracious friend! I accept thy flattering testimony on behalf of my little books ..."; with thin mourning border; with the stamped, postmarked envelope, with black wax seal with harp image.|||To Caroline Hume, wife of Thomas Hume, Irish-born physician : 1 autograph letter signed : "Thursday" [watermark = 1827] : (MISC 3215) : from Kildare St. : begins, "Will you & Dr. Hume come to see me in the charade of 2 Philosophers on Friday Evening ..." With a note to Thomas Hume ("T") on the verso, written the next day; begins, "Expecting to see you I did not send this ...".|||To Anna Brownell Jameson, writer and art historian : 2 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed : [?20 Mar 1841] : (S'ANA 0737) : from 11 William Street : begins, "You said you would prefer dining en-tiers with 'our husband and ourself' to meeting a more distinguished party..."; body closes, "...in either case, I will ask Mrs. Shelley to meet you." -- 1 autograph letter signed : "Wednesday" : (MISC 3773) : from 11 William St. : begins, "I regret to say that your 'only day' this week, Friday, Sir Charles dines out ..."; along with an original newspaper clipping of Lady Morgan's obituary, from an unidentified source.|||To Mrs. Povey : 1 autograph letter signed : "Wednesay Morning" [watermark = 1824] : (MISC 2283) : [no place] : begins, "Capt. and Mrs. Povey are coming here to day to hold counsel on an Irish standard for the Viceroyal boating excursions next summer ...".|||To Cyrus Redding, journalist : 1 autograph letter signed : 13 Oct 1832 : (MISC 2503) : from Kildare St. : begins, "I am fidgetty [sic] lest my last packet (sent through the castle) should not have reached you ...".|||To Miss Smith, Westmoreland Street [Dublin] : 1 autograph letter signed : [1809?] : (G'ANA 0019) : from Gt. George St., Rutland Square : on the subject of a subscription for the family of the late Thomas Holcroft; begins, "It is strange to say that a letter of yours of a very distant date only reached my hands this moment ..."; with red wax seal with "Sydney" in script.|||To Mr. Talbot : 1 autograph note signed : [no date] : (MISC 3951) : [no place] : begins, "On my return to Town this morning (Thursday) 5 o'clock I find yr. [card?] ..." Within the Agatha Hogsbottom autograph album. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.|||To unidentified recipients : 5 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed to "My D Madam" : "Sunday" [between 1812 and 1837] : (MISC 2282) : from Kildare Street : begins, "If any thing could console me for your absence at dinner it would be the hope of seeing you for an hour in the Evening ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed to "My D Madam" : 28 Oct  : (B'ANA 0138) : from St. James's Place : begins, "Your obliging note has followed me from Dublin home and I assure you I greatly regret the opportunity it afforded me of making Mr. Taylor's acquaintance ..." Within the album of Autograph Letters Written by Caroline Lamb. Shelved in *Pforz BT. -- 1 autograph letter third person to "Mon.r le Mediateur en chef" : 20 Jan 1850 : (MISC 4067) : [no place] : in French; mentioning her novel, Florence Macarthy. -- 1 autograph letter signed : 16 Feb 1859 : (MISC 3774) : [no place] : begins, "As I hear you are going to 'Trip it on the light fantastic Toe' on Thursday Evening ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed to "Tres aimiable Capitain" : 24 May [no year] : (MISC 3775) : from 67 Berners Street, Oxford Street : in French; body reads in full, "Nous voila! C'est tout dire pour le moment.".