Scope and arrangement
· ?Holograph and manuscript copy poems in The Esdaile Notebook : [ca. 1814-1815] : (PBS 0237) : 9 pages (leaf 92 verso-leaf 97 recto within bound notebook) : [no place] : including five poems, of which "To Harriett" ("Thy look of Love"), "To Harriet" ("Oh Harriet love like mine"), and "To St Irvyne" are copies of poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley; "Full many a mind" and "Late was the night" may be by Harriet herself. The Esadaile Notebook is published in full with commentary as SC 372 in Shelley and his Circle volume IV. Shelved as *Pforz B-L 01.
· To Thomas Jefferson Hogg, barrister and friend of Shelley : 1 autograph note unsigned : 9 May 1813 : (S'ANA 0064) : ¹/₄ page (page 2 of double sheet) : [from Cooke's Hotel, Albemarle Street, Piccadilly] : reads in full, "Bysshe is better now & wishes for your company this evening at 8 Oclock to meet The Newtons." On the same lettersheet as Hogg's letter to her of the same day (HOGG 0105), and a letter dated 3 May To Hogg from John Lawless (H'GANA 0008), the Irish nationalist and journal editor. Published with commentary as SC 228 in Shelley and his Circle volume III, p. 142. Filed under "Thomas Jefferson Hogg.".
· To Eliza Westbrook, her sister; Percy Bysshe Shelley, her husband; and her parents : 1 autograph letter signed : [?7 Dec 1816] : (S'ANA 0063) : 1 ¹/₂ pages (single sheet) : [no place] : her suicide letter; begins, "When you read this letr. I shall be more [sic] an inhabitatnt of this miserable world. do not regret the loss of one who could never be anything but a source of vexation & misery to you all belonging to me ...".