Walter Coulson manuscript material : 1 item,

Title
Walter Coulson manuscript material : 1 item, ca. 1830
Author
Coulson, Walter, 1795-1860.

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Additional Authors
Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866.
Found In
Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle: Manuscripts, 1772-1925
Description
1 item
Uniform Title
Coulson, Walter : manuscript material
Alternative Title
Coulson, Walter : manuscript material
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Biography (note)
  • Walter Coulson, English newspaper editor and barrister. In his youth, he studied under and worked for the philosopher Jeremy Bentham, who helped him get a position at the Morning Chronicle in 1813. Coulson became editor of the liberal political newspaper The Traveller in 1800, and in 1828, began his career as a barrister. He was a friend of Charles Dickens, the novelist; Francis Place, the radical; and James Mill, the utilitarian philosopher. Coulson was also the godfather of the first child of William Hazlitt, the critic and essayist, and acted for Hazlitt's wife in their divorce proceedings.
Call Number
Pforz MS
Author
Coulson, Walter, 1795-1860.
Title
Walter Coulson manuscript material : 1 item, ca. 1830
Summary
· To Thomas Love Peacock, satirical novelist : 1 autograph letter signed : ca. 1830 : (P'ANA 0037) : begins, "When you mentioned to me yesterday ..." ; a long letter, in part discussing James Mill.
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Biography
Walter Coulson, English newspaper editor and barrister. In his youth, he studied under and worked for the philosopher Jeremy Bentham, who helped him get a position at the Morning Chronicle in 1813. Coulson became editor of the liberal political newspaper The Traveller in 1800, and in 1828, began his career as a barrister. He was a friend of Charles Dickens, the novelist; Francis Place, the radical; and James Mill, the utilitarian philosopher. Coulson was also the godfather of the first child of William Hazlitt, the critic and essayist, and acted for Hazlitt's wife in their divorce proceedings.
Added Author
Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866. Addressee
Found In:
Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle: Manuscripts, 1772-1925
Research Call Number
Pforz MS
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