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Harriet Love manuscript material

Title
Harriet Love manuscript material, 1816-circa 1873
Author
Love, Harriet Blagrave Deane, 1797-1881.

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Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866.
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  • Restricted access;
Biography (note)
  • Harriet Blagrave Deane Love, cousin of Thomas Love Peacock, the satirical novelist and poet.
Call Number
Pforz MS
OCLC
857167621
Author
Love, Harriet Blagrave Deane, 1797-1881.
Title
Harriet Love manuscript material, 1816-circa 1873
Summary
· Autograph ownership inscription in her copy of T. L. Peacock's Genius of the Thames : 1816 : (P'ANA 0098) : on the title page of the 1812 second edition, Pforzheimer copy 3; written in light pencil: "Harriet Love / Yarmouth / 1816." Shelved as *Pforz A-RD 06.
· Two poems by T. L. Peacock (transcript), "From the Revelations" and "On the Death of Sir Ralph Abercromy" : [composition dates 1801? and Jun 1801; transcript date circa 1873] : (TLP 0155) : 2 pages (double sheet) : [no place] : begin (respectively), "Arise! arrive, to thee ‘tis given / To view the wonders of the Skies . . ."; and "Lamented Chief! whom cruel Fate / Has doom’d to fall in foreign climes . . . ." Published in full with commentary as SC 32 and 34 in Shelley and his Circle, volume I, pages 246 and 241. Filed under "Peacock."
· Verse letter (transcript) from T. L. Peacock to his grandmother : [composition date 16 Jul 1801; transcript date circa 1873] : (TLP 0156) : 3 pages (double sheet) : from London : begins, "From the Town where Pride, Fashion, and Business rule / Where mingle the honest, the Knave, and the Fool . . . ." Published in full with commentary as SC 38 in Shelley and his Circle, volume I, page 277. Filed under "Peacock."
· Verse letter (transcript) from T. L. Peacock to his grandfather : [composition date 11 Aug 1801; transcript date circa 1873] : (TLP 0157) : 2 pages (double sheet) : from London : begins, "I have have long been in hopes once more Chertsey to view, / Which at present, indeed we can't very well do . . . ." Published in full with commentary as SC 39 in Shelley and his Circle, volume I, page 286. Filed under "Peacock."
· Recipe transcripts, "Receipts of T. L. Peacock's" : 10 Sep 1857 : (P'ANA 0096) : 1 fascicle (14 manuscript pages) : [no place] : including: mutton cutlets, stew for bream, warming perch second day, brisket of beef, stuffing for filet of mutton, wild duck, maintenant chop sauce, stewed rump steak, a small pie, sauce for eel, pickled beef, spitch-cocked eels, eel pie, cold salmon, lamb's head & mince.
· Recipe transcripts : [ca. 1855?] : (TLP 0041) : 14 pages within bound volume : [no place] : most copied from T. L. Peacock; including: sauce for maintenant chop, stew for bream, stuffing for filet of mutton, small pie, mince with cucumbers, warming second day perch, mutton cutlets, lamb's head & mince, pickled beef, stewed rump steak, bream pie, slice of salmon, cold salmon, wild duck, brisket of beef without salt, spitcocked eels, calf's head pie, custards (attributed to a Mr. Bunker); preceded by T. L. Peacock's holograph recipe for "Athenian Eel" and followed by 23 pages of recipies by Peacock's grand-daughter, Edith Clarke.
Access
Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Biography
Harriet Blagrave Deane Love, cousin of Thomas Love Peacock, the satirical novelist and poet.
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Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866.
Research Call Number
Pforz MS
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