bibliography & sources

for readers interested in the source materials, I have begun to locate some of the older books online (if available). Many books I own; others were inter-library loaned; some are only known in their online versions. I have a love-hate relationship with books.google (pages out of sequence, missing or hard-to-find volumes, bad scans) – but something is sometimes better than nothing. Internet Archive is preferred when there are two, but sometimes their source is books.google!  I always prefer page scans to plain text (typed) books.   KM January 2013

PRIMARY SOURCES
(unpublished)

Travel Diaries of Mary Gosling: 1814 (Oxford); 1817 (Sussex/Hampshire); 1818 (Waterloo); 1821 (North Wales & Ireland); 1822 (Salisbury); 1824 (Devonshire/Dorset)

Diaries of Mary Lady Smith 1829; 1830; 1832; 1833; 1839; 1840; 1841

Diaries of Sir Charles Joshua Smith, bart.: 1826-1830

Diaries of Emma Smith / Emma Austen / Emma Austen-Leigh: 1815-1824, 1826-1867, 1872, 1874-6

Diaries of Augusta Smith (same name married as single): 1798, 1821, 1830-2, 1835, 1837-8, 1840, 1843

Diaries of Eliza Smith / Eliza Chute of The Vyne: 1790, 1792-4, 1797-1800, 1802, 1804, 1807, 1813, 1815-17, 1819, 1833-34, 1840

Diaries of Emma Smith: 1819, 1825-27, 1829, 1831-32, 1834-35, 1837-47, 1849, 1851, 1853, 1855

Diaries of the Rev. James Edward Austen-Leigh: 1820-21, 1823, 1825-1832, 1834-36, fragment of travel diary 1837, 1838-1850, 1852-54, 1856, 1858, 1861-62, 1865-69, 1871

Diaries of Mary Lloyd / Mary Austen: 1810-17, 1820, 1822, 1824-5, 1831-4, 1836-38, 1840-43

Diaries of the Rev. Richard Seymour: 1832-1877

Diaries of Susannah Mackworth Praed / Mrs Thomas Smith of Bersted Lodge: 1800-1856

500 manuscript letters (and counting!), from

  • Smith
  • Gosling
  • Seymour
  • Currie
  • Wilder
  • Compton
  • Chute / Wiggett / Wiggett Chute
  • Dickins
  • Christie
  • Cunliffe
  • de Grey / Walsingham
  • Austen /Austen Leigh families

I am interested in finding more letters and diaries of family members,
in libraries, public archives, private collections, etc.
Please also see, Where are these items?

SECONDARY SOURCES
(published)

Adeane, Jane H., ed. THE EARLY LIFE OF MARIA JOSEPHA, LADY STANLEY (1899) [books.google] [see also the earlier volume,  The Girlhood of Maria Josepha at books.google]

Adkinson, Roy and Lesley. JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (2013)

Allen, Louise. WALKS THROUGH REGENCY LONDON (2010)

ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSIS

ALUMNI OXONIENSIS

Anderson, W.E.K., ed. THE JOURNAL OF SIR WALTER SCOTT (1972) [early edition Project Gutenberg]

Anglesey, The Marquess of (ed). THE CAPEL LETTERS, 1814-1817 (1955)

ANNUAL BIOGRAPHY AND OBITUARY, The

ANNUAL REGISTER, The

Aspinall, Arthur, ed. THREE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY DIARIES (1952)

Austen, Caroline. REMINISCENCES OF CAROLINE AUSTEN, introduction and notes by Deirdre Le Faye (1986)

Austen Leigh, James Edward. A MEMOIR OF JANE AUSTEN (1871)

Austen Leigh, Mary Augusta. JAMES-EDWARD AUSTEN-LEIGH: A MEMOIR (1911)

Austen Leigh, R.A. AUSTEN PEDIGREE/AUSTEN PAPERS, 1704-1806 (1940; 1995)

——-. THE STORY OF A PRINTING HOUSE; BEING A SHORT ACCOUNT OF STRAHANS AND SPOTTISWOODES (1912) [Archive]

Austen Leigh, William and R.A. Austen-Leigh. JANE AUSTEN: A FAMILY RECORD, 2nd edition edited by Deirdre Le Fay (2003)

Austen Leigh, William and Montagu George Knight. CHAWTON MANOR AND ITS OWNERS: A FAMILY HISTORY (1911)

Ayre, Jack (ed). PAUPERS & PIG KILLERS: THE DIARY OF WILLIAM HOLLAND, A SOMERSET PARSON, 1799-1818 (1984)

Ballard, Joseph. ENGLAND IN 1815: AS SEEN BY A YOUNG BOSTON MERCHANT (1913) [books.google]; 2009 Critical Edition, edited by Alan Rauch presents the entire diary.

Bamford, Francis and the Duke of Wellington, eds. THE JOURNAL OF MRS. ARBUTHNOT, 1820-1832 (2 vols.) (1940)

Bamford, Francis, ed. DEAR MISS HEBER… AN EIGHTEEENTH CENTURY CORRESPONDENCE (1936)

Barclays Bank (anonymous). THE HISTORY OF GOSLING’S BRANCH, 1750-1982 (nd) [online at Francis Bennion]

Bashford, Christina. “Historiography and Invisible Musics: Domestic Chamber Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain,”  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Summer 2010; 63, 2: 291-359.

Battersea, Constance. REMINISCENCES (1922) [books.google]

Batts, John Stuart. UNPUBLISHED DIARIES OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: AN ANNOTATED LIST (PhD dissertation, University of Ottawa; 1971)

Bell, Mrs G.H. THE HAMWOOD PAPERS OF THE LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN AND CAROLINE HAMILTON (1930)

Bigg-Wither, Reginald FitzHugh. MATERIALS FOR A HISTORY OF THE WITHER FAMILY (1907) [internet archive]

BLACKWOOD’S MAGAZINE

Blake, Mrs. Warrenne. AN IRISH BEAUTY OF THE REGENCY (the Hon. Mrs Calvert), 1789-1822 (1911)

Bloom, Edward A. and Lillian D. Bloom, eds. THE PIOZZI LETTERS: CORRESPONDENCE OF HESTER LYNCH PIOZZI, 1784-1821 (6 vols.) (1989?-2003)

Brodie, Benjamin. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE LATE SIR BENJAMIN C. BRODIE, BART. (2nd ed., 1865) [books.google]; see also BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, by Henry Wentworth Acland [books.google]

Brooks, Jeanice. “Musical Monuments for the Country House: Music, Collection, and Display at Tatton Park,” MUSIC & LETTERS, 91; No 4 (Nov 2010), 513-535.

Brookes, Charlotte. CHRISTIE OF GLYNDEBOURNE (1919; privately printed).

Brown, William. “Shawe v. Cunliffe,” REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY…. (vol.4, pp. 144-153) (1819)

Brunton, Mary. EMMELINE, WITH SOME OTHER PIECES (1819) [labrocca]

Bunkers, Suzanne and Cynthia Huff. INSCRIBING THE DAILY: CRITICAL ESSAYS ON WOMEN’S DIARIES (1996)

BURKE’S LANDED GENTRY (various editions)

BURKE’S PEERAGE (various editions)

Byng, Hon. John. THE TORRINGTON DIARIES, C. Bruyn Andrews (ed.) (4 vols) (1934-38) [archive, vol I, vol II, vol III, vol IV]

Caplan, Clive. “Jane Austen’s Soldier Brother: The Military Career of Captain Henry Thomas Austen of the Oxfordshire Regiment of Militia, 1793-1801,” PERSUASIONS, 18 (1996): 122-43

——–. “Jane Austen’s Banker Brother: Henry Thomas Austen of Austen & Co., 1801-1816,” PERSUASIONS, 20 (1999): 68-90

Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine. LETTERS FROM EUROPE, COMPRISING THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR THROUGH IRELAND, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, FRANCE, ITALY AND SWITZERLAND, IN THE YEARS 1825, ‘26, AND ‘27 (2 vols.) (1827) [books.google vol I, vol II]

CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE, 1820-1843

Christian, Emily Susan. A COTSWOLD FAMILY: HICKS AND HICKS BEACH  (1909) [Archive]

Chute, Chaloner William. A HISTORY OF THE VYNE IN HAMPSHIRE (1888) [books.google]

Clarke, Lorna J., ed. THE LETTERS OF SARAH HARRIET BURNEY (1997)

Clarke, Stephen. “A Fine House Richly Furnished: Pemberley and the Visiting of Country Houses,” PERSUASIONS (2000): 199-217

Climenson, Emily J., ed. PASSAGES FROM THE DIARIES OF MRS. PHILIP LYBBE POWYS OF HARDWICK HOUSE, OXON. (1899) [books.google]

Cobbett, James Paul. JOURNAL OF A TOUR IN ITALY; AND ALSO IN PART OF FRANCE AND SWITZERLAND, FROM OCT 1828 TO SEPT 1829 (1830) [books.google]

Cobbett, William. RURAL RIDES, ed. by George Woodcock (1967)

Collins, Irene. JANE AUSTEN AND THE CLERGY (1994; 2002)

Cowgill, Rachel. ” ‘Wise men from the East’: Mozart’s Operas and their Advocates in Early Nineteenth-Century London”, in Christina Bashford and Leanne Langley (eds.), MUSIC AND BRITISH CULTURE, 1785-1914 (2000).

Cox, Pamela. SERVANTS: THE TRUE STORY OF LIFE BELOW STAIRS (2012; video)

Currie, Bertram. RECOLLECTIONS, LETTERS AND JOURNALS (2 vols.) (1901) [archive vol I, vol II]

Currie, Caroline Louise. BERTRAM WODEHOUSE CURRIE: A MEMORIAL (1897)

Davenport, Charles Benedict. NAVAL OFFICERS: THEIR HEREDITY AND DEVELOPMENT (1919) [books.google]

Davidoff, Leonore and Catherine Hall. FAMILY FORTUNES (1987)

Davidoff, Leonore. BEST CIRCLES: WOMEN AND SOCIETY IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND (1973)

Davison, O.C. DAVISON, ALEXANDER AND DESCENDANTS (1998)

De Gex, J.P., H. Cadman Jones, and R. Horton Smith. “Gosling v. Gosling,” REPORTS OF CASES HEARD AND DETERMINED BY THE LORD CHANCELLOR, AND THE COURT OF APPEAL IN CHANCERY (vol. 1, pp. 1-17) (1863)

Dickinson, Violet, ed. MISS EDEN’S LETTERS (1919)

Djabri, Susan C. (ed); Barbara Hurst (transcription). THE DIARIES OF SARAH HURST, 1759-1762: LIFE AND LOVE IN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY HORSHAM (2003)

Dowden, Wilfred S., ed. JOURNAL OF THOMAS MOORE (6 vols)

Downer, Martyn. NELSON’S PURSE (2004)

Drum, Alice. “Pride and Prestige: Jane Austen and the Professions,” COLLEGE LITERATURE, 36.3 (Summer 2009): 92-115

Egan, Pierce. WALKS THROUGH BATH… (1819) [books.google]

Elmes, James (text) and Thomas H. Shepherd (illus.), METROPOLITAN IMPROVEMENTS; OR, LONDON IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: BEING A SERIES OF VIEWS OF THE NEW AND MOST INTERESTING OBJECTS…. (1827) [books.google]

——–. LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY… (1829)

Elton, Charles Isaac. AN ACCOUNT OF SHELLEY’S VISITS TO FRANCE, SWITZERLAND AND SAVOY… 1814 AND 1816 (1894) [books.google]

ESSEX REVIEW: AN ILLUSTRATED QUARTERLY RECORD OF EVERYTHING OF PERMANENT INTEREST IN THE COUNTY

Fairclough, Keith. “The Three Mills Distillery in the Georgian Era” (River Lea Tidal Mill Trust Ltd), http://www.housemill.org.uk/docs/georgianera.pdf [March 2010: this document seems removed; but see the website‘s contact info and you may be able to obtain a copy]

——–. “The Lefevre Family and Distilling along the Lower Lea” (River Lea Tidal Trust, 1999)

Fitch, Sir Joshua. “Primary Education in the Nineteenth Century,” in R.D. Roberts, ed., EDUCATION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: LECTURES DELIVERED IN THE EDUCATION SECTION OF THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SUMMER MEETING IN AUGUST 1900 (1901)

Fitchett, William Henry. HOW ENGLAND SAVED EUROPE, THE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR (4 vols.) (1793-1815) (1899; facsimile reprinted) [books.google vol I, vol II, vol III, vol IV]

Flanders, Judith. THE VICTORIAN HOUSE: DOMESTIC LIFE FROM CHILDBIRTH TO DEATHBED (2003)

Fremantle, Anne, ed. THE WYNNE DIARIES, 1789-1820 (3 vols.) (1935-40)

Fraser, Flora. PRINCESSES: THE SIX DAUGHTERS OF GOERGE III (2004)

Frost, Charlotte. SIR WILLIAM KNIGHTON: THE STRANGE CAREER OF A REGENCY PHYSICIAN (2011)

Ford, Todd M.T. (ed). A MEDICAL STUDENT AT ST THOMAS’S HOSPITAL, 1801-1802: THE WEEKES FAMILY LETTERS (1987)

Fulford, Tim. “Sighing for a Soldier: Jane Austen and Military Pride and Prejudice,” NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE, vol. 57, no. 2 (Sept 2002): 153-178

Gannett, Cinthia. GENDER AND THE JOURNAL: DIARIES AND ACADEMIC DISCOURSE (1992)

Garlick, Kenneth and Angus MacIntyre et al., eds. THE DIARY OF JOSEPH FARINGTON 1793-1821 (17 vols; 1978-98)

GENTLEMAN’S MAGAZINE

Girouard, Mark. LIFE IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE: A SOCIAL AND ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY (1978)

——–. LIFE IN THE FRENCH COUNTRY HOUSE (2000)

——–. TOWN AND COUNTRY (1992)

Gollapudi, Aparna. “Selling Celebrity: Actors’ Portraits in Bell’s Shakespeare and Bell’s British Theatre,” EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LIFE, vol. 36, no. 1 (Winter 2012): 54-81

Graves, Algernon. THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS: A COMPLETE DICTIONARY OF CONTRIBUTORS AND THEIR WORK FROM ITS FOUNDATION IN 1769 TO 1904 (8 vols.) (1905-06)

Gray, Todd, ed. TRAVELS IN GEORGIAN DEVON: THE ILLUSTRATED JOURNALS OF THE REVEREND JOHN SWETE (1789-1800) (1997 et al)

Greig, Hannah. THE BEAU MONDE (2013)

Grierson, H.J.C., ed. THE LETTERS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT (12 vols.) (1932-37; 1971)

Gore, John. CREEVEY’S LIFE AND TIMES (1934)

Hance, E.M. “Notes on the Ancient Cheshire Families of Bennett of Saughall Massey and Bennett of Barnston, with their Collateral Branches,” in TRANSACTIONS OF THE HISTORIC SOCIETY OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE, for the year 1886-volume XXXVIII; New Series-volume II (1889)

HANSARD’S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES

Hardy, Anne. “Sense and Sensibility and The Vyne: Two Embedded Narratives,” JAS ANNUAL REPORT (2006)

Hart, A. Tindal and Edward Carpenter. THE NINETEENTH CENTURY COUNTRY PARSON (circa 1832-1900) (1954)

Hawkins, Desmond, ed. THE GROVE DIARIES: THE RISE AND FALL OF AN ENGLISH FAMILY 1809-1925 (1995)

Heller, Benjamin. LEISURE AND PLEASURE IN LONDON SOCIETY, 1760-1820: AN AGENT-CENTERED APPROACH (PhD dissertation, Keble College; 2009)

Henstock, Adrian, ed. THE DIARY OF ABIGAIL GAWTHERN OF NOTTINGHAM, 1751-1810 (1980)

Herbert, Dorothea. RETROSPECTIONS OF DOROTHEA HERBERT (2004)

Hoare’s Bank (Pamela Hunter). THROUGH THE YEARS: TALES FROM THE HOARE’S BANK ARCHIVES (online PDF)

Hoffbrand, Barry I. “Sir William Knighton Bt, MD GCH LRCP (1776-1836): courtier and confidante – testimony to physicianly virtues?” JOURNAL OF MEDICAL BIOGRAPHY 2010; 18:2-9.

Holme, Thea. THE CARLYLES AT HOME (1965)

Home, Hon. James A., ed. LETTERS OF LADY LOUISA STUART (1901 & 1903) [books.google 1st series2nd series]

Horne, Robert Sutherland. BRUNEL’S BLOCKMILLS (Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historic Society)

Huff, Cynthia. “Reading As Re-Vision: Approaches To Reading Manuscript Diaries.” BIOGRAPHY 23.3 (2000) 505-523.

Hughes, Kathryn. THE VICTORIAN GOVERNESS (1993)

Hughes, Rosemary, ed. A MOZART PILGRIMAGE: BEING THE TRAVEL DIARIES OF VINCENT & MARY NOVELLO IN THE YEAR 1829. Transcribed and Compiled by Nerina Medici di Marignano (1975 [1955])

Hughson, David. LONDON; BEING AN ACCURATE HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE BRITISH METROPOLIS AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD… (vol. 5, 1808); (vol. 6 {Suttons, Havering} 1809)

Ide, Isabel. ” ‘A Very Pretty Seat’: Erlestoke Park, 1780-1999,” WILTSHIRE ARCHÆOLOGICAL & NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE, vol. 93 (2000): 9-19

Ilchester, Earl of, ed. THE JOURNAL OF THE HON. HENRY EDWARD FOX…1818-1830 (1923)

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

Jackson-Stopps, Gervase. “Tring Park, Hertfordshire,” in Country Life (1993)

Jerningham, Frances Dillon. THE JERNINGHAM LETTERS (1780-1843) (2 vols.) (1896) [books.google vol I, vol II]

Jones, Hazel. JANE AUSTEN AND MARRIAGE (2009)

Jones, Stephen. “ROMAN TASTE AND GREEK GUSTO: THE SOCIETY OF DILETTANTI AND THE BUILDING OF SPENCER HOUSE, LONDON,” The Magazine Antiques (June 1992): 968-977

Kaplan, Deborah. JANE AUSTEN AMONG WOMEN (1992)

King, David. THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ROBERT AND JAMES ADAM (1991)

Knighton, Lady. MEMOIRS OF SIR WILLIAM KNIGHTON (1838 ) [books.google vol I (with portrait), vol II; Paris edition with portrait vol 1; US edition]

Lank, Edith. “Family and Scholarly Annotations in Lord Brabourne’s Letters: Adventures of an Amateur Academic,” PERSUASIONS (2008): 76-87

——–. “List of Annotations in the Bellas Copy of Lord Brabourne’s Letters of Jane Austen,” PERSUASIONS ON-LINE (Winter 2008): HTML file

Le Faye, Deirdre, ed. JANE AUSTEN’S LETTERS (third edition: 1995)

Le Faye, Deirdre. A CHRONOLOGY OF JANE AUSTEN AND HER FAMILY, 1700-2000 (2006)

——–. JANE AUSTEN: THE REAL WORLD OF THE NOVELS (2002)

——–. JANE AUSTEN’S ‘OUTLANDISH COUSIN’: THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF ELIZA DE FEUILLIDE (2002)

——–. “News from Chawton: A Letter from Mrs George Austen,” THE REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES (new series, vol. 38, No. 151, Aug 1987): 364-368

——–. “Ann Lefroy’s Original Memories of Jane Austen,” THE REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES (new series, vol. 39, No. 155, Aug 1988): 417-421

——–. “Jane Austen’s Friend Mrs Barrett Identified,” NOTES & QUERIES (Dec 1999): 451-454

——–. “The Memoir of Jane Austen and the Cheney Brothers,” NOTES & QUERIES (Sept 2009): 374-376

——–. “Jane Austen and the Miss Curlings,” NOTES & QUERIES (2011): 75-77

——–. “Jane Austen’s Smack,” NOTES & QUERIES (2011): 77-79

Lefroy, Helen. THE LETTERS OF MRS LEFROY: JANE AUSTEN’S BELOVED FRIEND (2007)

Le Marchant, Denis. MEMOIRS OF THE LATE MAJOR-GENERAL LE MARCHANT (1841) [books.google]; see also Memoirs of British Generals, chapter on Le Marchant

Leslie, Robert and Tom Taylor. LIFE AND TIMES OF SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS (2 vols.) (1865)

Lever, Tresham. THE LETTERS OF LADY PALMERSTON (1957)

Lewis, Judith Schneid. IN THE FAMILY WAY: CHILDBEARING IN THE BRITISH ARISTOCRACY, 1760-1860 (1986)

Liddington, Jill. FEMALE FORTUNE: LAND, GENDER, AND AUTHORITY. THE ANNE LISTER DIARIES AND OTHER WRITINGS, 1833-36 (1998)

Low, Betty-Bright P. “Of Muslins and Merveilleuses: Excerpts from the Letters of Josephine du Pont and Margaret Manigault,” WINTERTHUR PORTFOLIO 9 (1974): 29- 75

——–. “The Youth of 1812: More Excerpts from the Letters of Josephine du Pont and Margaret Manigault,” WINTERTHUR PORTFOLIO 11 (1976): 173-212

Low, Betty-Bright and Jacqueline Hinsley. SOPHIE DU PONT: A YOUNG LADY IN AMERICA, SKETCHES, DIARIES & LETTERS, 1823-1833 (1987)

Loy, James D. and Kent M. Loy. EMMA DARWIN: A VICTORIAN LIFE (2010)

Lloyd, Stephen and Kim Sloan, THE INTIMATE PORTRAIT: DRAWINGS, MINIATURES AND PASTELS FROM RAMSAY TO LAWRENCE (2008)

Luard, G.G., ed. JOURNAL OF CLARISSA TRANT, 1800-1832 (1925); Trant-Bramston manuscript journals: WOMEN’S LANGUAGE AND EXPERIENCE (part 5: Essex)

Mannings, David. SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS: A COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF HIS PAINTINGS (2 vols.) (2000)

Markham, Sarah. A TESTIMONY OF HER TIMES: BASED ON PENELOPE HIND’S DIARIES AND CORRESPONDENCE, 1787-1838 (1990)

Mason, Shena. THE HARDWARE MAN’S DAUGHTER: MATTHEW BOULTON AND HIS ‘DEAR GIRL’ (2005)

Matthew, James E. “The Antient Concerts, 1776-1848,” PROCEEDINGS OF THE MUSIC ASSOCIATION ( Feb 1907): 55-79

Mavor, Elizabeth. A YEAR WITH THE LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN (1987)

—–. THE LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN: A STUDY IN ROMANTIC FRIENDSHIP (1984)

—–. THE GRAND TOURS OF KATHERINE WILMOT: FRANCE, 1801-3 AND RUSSIA, 1805-7 (1992)

Maxwell, Sir Herbert. THE CREEVEY PAPERS (1903)

McAulay, Karen A. “The Accomplished Ladies of Torloisk,” IRASM 44 (2013) 57-78 (accessed thru Academia.edu)

McDonagh, Briony. “Women, Enclosure and Estate Improvement in Eighteenth-Century Northamptonshire,” RURAL HISTORY (2009) 20, 2: 143-162.

McDonald, Kelly M. — see Two Teens: The Author for full citations list of Smith&Gosling’s articles

McKim, A. Elizabeth. “MAKING POETRY OF PAIN: THE HEADACHE POEMS OF JANE CAVE WINSCOM,” Literature and Medicine 24, no. 1 (Spring 2003): 93-108

McMaster, Juliet, ed. WOMAN BEHIND THE PAINTER: THE DIARIES OF ROSALIE, MRS. JAMES CLARKE HOOK (2006)

Melton, Frank. “Robert and Sir Francis Gosling: Eighteenth-Century Bankers and Stationers,” in Robin Myers and Michael Harris, eds., ECONOMICS OF THE BRITISH BOOK TRADE, 1605-1939 (1985)

Mills, A. R. THE HALLS OF RAVENSWOOD (1969)

Morgan, Elizabeth Natalie. THE VIRTUOUS VIRTUOSA: WOMEN AT THE PIANOFORTE IN ENGLAND, 1780-1820 (PhD dissertation, UCLA; 2009)

MORNING POST, The

Morris, Anne Cary. THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF GOUVERNEUR MORRIS (vol. 1; vol. 2) (1888)

Morris, Richard. MERCHANTS, MEDICINE AND TRAFALGAR: THE HISTORY OF THE HARVEY FAMILY (2007)

Nicolas, Sir Nicholas Harris. THE DISPATCHES AND LETTERS OF VICE ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT NELSON (6 vols.) (1844-46)

Nugent, Lady Maria and Frank Cundall. LADY NUGENT’S JOURNAL: JAMAICA ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO (1907)

Northampton, Marquess of (William Bingham Compton). A HISTORY OF THE COMPTONS OF COMPTON WYNYATES (1930)

Olsen, Kirsten. ALL THINGS AUSTEN (2005)

Osaki, Amy Boyce. “A ‘Truly Feminine Employment’: Sewing and the Early Nineteenth-Century Woman,” WINTERTHUR PORTFOLIO (1988)

OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY

Parker, John Oxley. THE OXLEY PARKER PAPERS: FROM THE LETTERS AND DIARIES OF AN ESSEX FAMILY OF LAND AGENTS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (1964).

Parker, Oxley Durant. THE OXLEY-PARKER FAMILY OF SUSSEX AND ESSEX (1925)

Phimister, Evelyn J. “English Landscape Drawings and Watercolors,” THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES (June 1992): 956-967

Powell, John and Thomas Langford. “Devotion as Faith: An Unnoticed Letter of Condolence from Matthew Arnold to Bertram Wodehouse Currie.” NINETEENTH-CENTURY PROSE 16 (Summer, 1989): 49-54.

Powell John, “Testimony in High Places: The Conversion of Bertram Wodehouse Currie”, p198 RECUSANT HISTORY, vol. 19 (1988)

Price, F.G. Hilton. A HANDBOOK OF LONDON BANKERS (1876)

Rivington, Septimus, ed. THE PUBLISHING HOUSE OF RIVINGTON (1894) [Archive]

——–. THE PUBLISHING FAMILY OF RIVINGTON (1919)  [Archive]

Roberts, William. SIR WILLIAM BEECHEY, R.A. (1907)

Robins, Brian, ed. THE JOHN MARSH JOURNALS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A GENTLEMAN COMPOSER, 1752-1828m vol, 1 (revised edition, 2011) [website; Pendragon Press]

——-. THE JOHN MARSH JOURNALS, vol. 2 (2013)

——–. “An Introduction to the Journals of John Marsh,” HUNTINGTON LIBRARY QUARTERLY, vol. 59, no. 1 (1996): 125-44

——–. “John Marsh and Provincial Music Making in Eighteenth-Century England,” ROYAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION RESEARCH CHRONICLE, no. 29 (1996): 96-142

Roebuck, John Arthur. HISTORY OF THE WHIG MINISTRY OF 1830, TO THE PASSING OF THE REFORM BILL (1852)

Rocher, Rosane and Ludo Rocher. THE MAKING OF WESTERN INDOLOGY: HENRY THOMAS COLEBROOKE AND THE EAST INDIA COMPANY (2012/2014) [search the book at books.google]

Pückler-Muskau, Prince. TOUR IN ENGLAND, IRELAND AND FRANCE IN THE YEARS 1828 & 1829 (2 vols.), and TOUR IN GERMANY, HOLLAND AND ENGLAND IN THE YEARS 1826, 1827 & 1828 (2 vols.) (1832; translated by Sarah Austin)

Sala, George Augustus. THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA (1898)

Sanders, Valerie. THE BROTHER-SISTER CULTURE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE: FROM AUSTEN TO WOOLF (2002)

——–. THE PRIVATE LIVES OF VICTORIAN WOMEN: AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLAND (1989)

Schaller, Peggy. “JEANNE MARIE LE PRINCE DE BEAUMONT (1711-1780): BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY FOR CHAWTON HOUSE LIBRARY AND WOMEN WRITERS” (online: http://www.chawton.org/Beaumont2.html)

Sherrard, O.A. TWO VICTORIAN GIRLS: WITH EXTRACTS FROM THE HALL DIARIES (1966)

Sherwood, Jennifer. “The Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme-Seymour (1800-1880), Rector of St Mary’s, Northchurch,” THE CHRONICLE (2009): 3-8

Shore, Emily. THE JOURNAL OF EMILY SHORE (1898 ); also: THE JOURNAL OF EMILY SHORE, ed. and with an introduction by Barbara Timm Gates (1991); revised and expanded online edition (fee-based source)

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(see also UK Archives for more links)

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1841 Census

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Akin to Jane

Bhaskar Dasgupta’s Piquant Photos: December 2011 walk down Fleet Street, London

books.google.com

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