Scope and arrangement
· To Thomas Love Peacock, satirical novelist and poet (her husband) : 1 autograph letter signed : [10 Oct 1831] : (P'ANA 0003) : 3 pages (double sheet) : [from SoHo Square] : begins, "From what Violet tells me & I can understand from the papers (I wish I saw the Standard) the Peers rejection of Bill is not likely to create bad consequences now here or elsewhere ..." Printed in full as A2 in the appendix of N. Joukovsky's Letters of Thomas Love Peacock (v. 2, p. 469).
Also held are: a manuscript pedigree of Jane Peacock (P'ANA 0029), signed G. J. W[illiams] and dated 30 Dec 1911, along with a large fold-out lithograph of the Gryffydh family tree, "reduced to 1/4 of the original size by G. J. Williams," apparently taken from a printed publication; and a mansucript transcript, in an unknown hand, of the epitaph of Jane Peacock's brother, Evan Gryffydh (P'ANA 0094), composed by her other brother, the Rev. David Gryffydh. Both items filed under "Jane Peacock.".