Scope and arrangement
· To Edward Nicolls, British naval officer (her first husband) : 1 autograph letter signed : [ca. 1840?] : (P'ANA 0005) : 3 pages (double sheet) : [no place] : begins, "You will grieve for me I know, but do not curse the memory of your Mary by leading a dissatisfied life, Eddy, dearest Eddy, do not, oh do not, do that ...".
· To Thomas Love Peacock, satirical novelist and poet (her father) : 1 letter (copy) : [?Sep 1840-Sep 1843] : (P'ANA 0006) : 3 pages (double sheet) : [no place] : transcript in an unidentified hand; begins, "I cannot tell what I wish to say to you and my dear Mama -- forget me, I will not speak of myself ..." Printed in full as A4 in the appendix to N. Joukovsky's Letters of Thomas Love Peacock, v. 2, p. 471.
· Partial draft of memorandum from T. L. Peacock to John Cam Hobhouse, politican : [?15 Aug-13 Oct 1844] : (TLP 0116) : 4 pages (double sheet) : [no place] : the first ³/₄ page in the hand of Mary Ellen Peacock, the rest in the hand of T. L. Peacock; begins, "... He who was formerly great, rejoicing in all-combating strength ...". With copy of the full memorandum in an unidentified hand (P'ANA 0088). Published in full, from the final draft in the British Library, as no. 188 in N. Joukovsky's Letters of Thomas Love Peacock, v. 2, p. 281. Filed under "Thomas Love Peacock.".
· Entries in T. L. Peacock's manuscript cookbook, "The Science of Cookery" : [1849-1850] : (TLP 0065) : 1 volume (42 manuscript leaves; 7 binder's leaves) : [from Lower Halliford] : manuscript in the hands of T. L. Peacock, Mary Ellen Meredith, and George Meredith. Shelved as *Pforz BR-01.