Southey, Robert

Title: ROBERT SOUTHEY PAPERS
Date range:
Location: A.S727
Size: 5 boxes

 



Robert Southey (1774-1843), poet and man of letters. The papers consist of letters, manuscript poems and prose pieces, pictures, and printed material. Major groups of correspondence include: Letters written by Southey to Anna Eliza (Kempe) Stothard Bray (1790-1883) between 1831 and 1839 in which he discusses literature, politics, local history, and antiquities; letters to Humphrey Fleming Senhouse (1781-1841) dated from 1805 to 1838; seventeen "Autobiographical Epistles" written be Southey to John May between July 26, 1820 and January 8, 1826, and correspondence with the poet William Wordsworth. The collection also contains letters written by Southey's second wife Caroline Anne (Bowles) Southey (1786-1854) to Mrs. Bray and others. Many of these letters concern Southey's failing health. Letters written by Southey's son, Charles Cuthbert Southey (1819-1888), are also in the collection. The collection also includes original handwritten fragments by Richard Duppa (1770-1831) and by Southey. The collection has been acquired through various gifts of Robert F. Metzdorf and purchases.

 

 

 



Contents:
Boxes

  1. Indexed correspondence, 1799-1835
  2. Indexed correspondence, 1836-1884, undated
  3. Manuscripts (poems and prose), miscellaneous material
  4. Copies of selected articles pertaining to Southey; Copies of dealers' catalogs with Southey items not purchased.
  5. Articles; Duppa and Southey Originals, ca.1800-1991

Box 1: Indexed Correspondence, 1799-1835

1799 - 1800
September 17, 1799: R.S. to Charles Biddlecombe. l.5p.
March 27, 1800: R.S. to George Dyer. 1p.

1801 - 1805
October 6, 1802: R.S. to Joseph Cottle. 1p.
March 9, 1803: R.S. to John May. 3p.
March 27, 1803: R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
June 1, 1803: Grosvenor Charles Bedford (?) to R.S. 3p.
July 14, 1803: George Burnett to R.S. 1p.
July 20, 1803: R.S. to John May. 2.5p.
September, 1805: R.S. to Sir Humphrey Fleming Senhouse (H.F.S.). lp.

1806 - 1810
August 5, 1806: R.S. to Richard Duppa. 4p.
March 15, 1807: R.S. to Samuel Reid. 1p.
January 25, 1808: Thomas Clarkson to R.S. 3p.
[August, 1808]: R.S. to Anna Seward. 4p.
November 19, 1808: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
February 13, 1809: Thomas Clarkson to R.S. 2.5p.
April 26, 1809: R.S. to H.F.S. 3.5p.
July 25, 1809: R.S. to H.F.S. 2.5p.
August 4, 1809: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
February 10, 1810: R.S. to H.F.S. 3.5p.

1811 - 1815
March 22, 1811: R.S. to John Murray. 2p.
August 23, 1811: R.S. to John Theodor Koster. 1.5p.
January 10, 1812: John Murray to R.S. 1p. Sharon Turner to R.S. on 2nd leaf. lp.
September 1, 1813: R.S. to Wade Browne. 1.5p.
November 16, 1813: Peter Elmsley to R.S. 3p.
December 23, 1814: R.S. to _________ ________. 1.5p.
March 28, 1815: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.

1816 - 1820
February 27, 1816: R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
April 25, 1816: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
April, 1816: Sharon Turner to R.S. 8.5p.
January 27, 1817: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
March 14, 1817: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
March 22, 1817: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
April 1, 1817: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
March 15, 1818: R.S. to Alexander Robert Charles Dallas. 1p.
May 18, 1818: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
June 12, 1818: R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
[1818?]: R.S. to Henry Peter Brougham, Baron Brougham and Vaux. 2p.
May 25, 1819: R.S. to James Gooden. 2.5p.
June 28, 1819: R.S. to Miss Dauncey. 1.5p.
October 31, 1819: Henry Phillpotts to R.S. 1p.
October, 1819: R.S. to H.F.S. 3.5p.
November 17, 1819: R.S. to H.F.S. 3p.
January 29, 1820: R.S. To William Smythe. 2p.
November 16, 1820: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
December 9, 1820: Sharon Turner to R.S. 1p.
December 30, 1820: R.S. to [John Murray?] 1p.

1821 - 1825
February 7, 1821: R.S. to Rev. James Everett. 3.5p.
July 7, 1821: R.S. to William Westall. 3p.
July 20, 1821: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
August 1, 1821: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
September 5, 1821: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
September 19, 1821: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
[1821?]: R.S. to [John Murray?] 2p. A.S727 CORRESPONDENCE
January 27, 1822: R.S. to Bartholomew Frere. 4p.
February 4, 1822: Sir Hew Whitefoord Dalrymple to R.S. 3p.
February 10, 1822: R.S. to Bartholomew Frere. 4p.
February 11, 1822: R.S. to H.F.S. 2.5p.
April 8, 1822: R.S. to Grosvenor Charles Bedford. 1.5p.
April 15, 1822: R.S. to Mr. Rumney. 1p.
May 13, 1822: R.S. to H.F.S. 2.5p.
August 1, 1822: R.S. to [Richard Garnett?] 2p.
August 2, 1822: R.S. to [William?] Westall. 2p.
August 9, 1822: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
August 28, 1822: R.S. to Barholomew Frere. 3p.
November 29, 1822: R.S. to ________ ________. 1.5p.
December 31, 1822: R.S. to Edward Hawke Locker. 3p.
March 21, 1823: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
May 17,1823: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
May 20, 1823: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
November 2, 1823: R.S. to John Murray. 1p.
December 22, 1823: R.S. to Sir Thomas Dyke Acland. 2p.
December 26, 1823: R.S. to Sir Thomas Dyke Acland. 1.5p.
January 14, 1834: R.S. to Charles Cuthbert Southey. 3.5p.
December 20, 1824: Thomas Kibble Hervey to R.S. 1p.
April 4, 1825: J.R.S. to R.S. 1p.
July 6, 1825: Henry Phillpotts to R.S. 4p.
October 30, 1825: R.S. to H.F.S. 3p.
October 31, 1825: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.

1826 - 1830
May 8, 1826: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
May 13, 1826: Robery Hoblyn to William Phillips. 2p.
June 2, 1826: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
[October 26, 1826] R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
November 11, 1826: R.S. to William Ross. 1p.
November 17, 1826: R.S. to George Beaumont. 3.5p.
December 7, 1826: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
February 28, 1827: R.S. to Henry Taylor. 1.5p.
March 2, 1827: Henry Taylor to R.S. 4p.
October 19, 1827: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
July 5, 1828: R.S. to ________ _________. 1p.
October 14, 1828: R.S. to Sir John Awdrey. 1.5p.
December 23, 1828: R.S. to Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme. 1p.
December 23, 1828: R.S. to Allan Cunningham. 1.5p.
April 1, 1829: R.S. to John Major. 1.5p.
June 24, 1829: R.S. to H.F.S. 2.5p.
June 28, 1829: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
July 21, 1829: Joseph Blanco White to R.S. 2p.
August 15, 1829: R.S. to Charlotte Elizabeth (Brown) Phelan. 2p.
[September 17, 1829]: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
December 7, 1829: R.S. to John Major. 2.5p.
September 9, 1830: John Gibson Lockhart to R.S. 2.5p.
November 16, 1830: R.S. to Andrew Bell. 3.5p.
November 21, 1830: R.S. to ________ Rion (?). 2p.
November 25, 1830: William Hone to R.S. 2p.
December 22, 1830: R.S. to John Rickman. 1.5p.
 

1831 - 1835
January 31, 1831: R.S. to Miss Fletcher. 2p.
February 26, 1831: R.S. to Anna Eliza (Kempe) Stothard Bray (Mrs. Bray). 2.5p.
March 14, 1831: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
March 26, 1831: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
April 3, 1831: R.S. to Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftsbury. 2.5p.
April 23, 1831: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p
August 9, 1832: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
August 15, 1832: R.S. to John Wood Warter. 3p.
September 8, 1832: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
October 16, 1832: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1.5p.
November 8, 1832: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
November 13, 1832: R.S. to _________ Rumney. 1.5p.
December 16, 1832: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
[1832]: Lardner, Dionysius to R.S. 1p.
January 8, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
February 17, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
March 21, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
April 11, 1833: R.S. to W. Spencer Phillips. 1.5p.
April 27, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
May 26, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
July 15, 1833: R.S. to Isabella Fenwick. 1.5p.
July 20, 1833: Maria (Gowen) Brooks to R.S. 2p.
August 7, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
September 10, 1833: R.S. to Henry Taylor. 1p.
October 13, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
November 19, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
November 19, 1833: R.S. to William Ellis Wall. 1p.
December 7, 1833: R.S. to Herbert Hill, Jr. 1p.
December 30, 1833: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
January 28, 1834: R.S. to Sir Francis Freeling. 1p.
January 30, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
April 21, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
May 27, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
May 30, 1834: R.S. to H.F.S. 3p.
May 31, 1834: George Ticknor to R.S. 2p.
July 3, 1834: R.S. to H.F.S. 2p.
July 17, 1834: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
July 25, 1834: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
September 13, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
September 27, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1p.
October 6, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
October 24, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
November 8, 1834: R.S. to Mrs. Bray.
February 16, 1835: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
March 9, 1835: R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
March 16, 1835: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
March 25, 1835: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
May 2, 1835: R.S. to Thomas Ragg. 1p.
June 10, 1835: R.S. to ________ ________. 1p.
June 17, 1835: R.S. to Thomas Keightley. 1p.
June 21, 1835: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
June 23, 1835: William Wordsworth to R.S. 1p.
June 29, 1835: R.S. to _________ ________. 1p.
July 14, 1835: R.S. to Henry Taylor. 1p.
September 7, 1835: R.S. to J. Stoughton Money. 1p.
September 9, 1835: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
October 21, 1835: R.S. to Thomas Marriott. 3p.
October 24, 1835: R.S. to ________ ________. 2p.
November 24, 1835: R.S. to ________ _________. 1.5p.
November 28, 1835: David Thomas to Mrs. Godwin. 1p.

Box 2: Indexed Correspondence, 1836-1884, undated

1836 - 1840
February 28, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
April 11, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
July 19, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
September 17, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
November 6, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
November 30, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1.5p.
December 21, 1836: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1.5p.
January 3, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1p.
February 6, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
February 7, 1837: Henry Taylor to W. Unwin 1p. See: Manuscripts (Poems) no.9 ["My days amongst the dead are past"]
February 23, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
May 12, 1837: Caroline Southey to Mary Howitt. 3.5p.
May 15, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
July 6, 1837: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
August 2, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
August 28, 1837: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
November 25, 1837: Bernard Barton to R.S. 2p.
December 5, 1837: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
January 12, 1838: James Montgomery to R.S. 3p.
January 21, 1838: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3.5p.
February 5, 1838: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
April 11, 1838: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
June 30, 1838: R.S. to H.F.S. 1.5p.
July 25, 1838: R.S. to H.F.S. 1p.
August 14, 1838: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. l.5p.
October 25, 1838: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 2.5p.
December 17, 1838: R.S. to Mrs. Bray. 1p.
October 29, 1839: Charles C. Southey to Mrs. Bray. 2p.
January 1, 1840: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 5p.
February 27, 1840: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
April 3, 1840: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 5p.
May 1, 1840: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 5.5p.
May 18, 1840. John Murray to Caroline Southey. 3p.
June 29, 1840: John Bush to Mrs. Bray. 4p.

1841 - 1845
January 31, 1841: Caroline Southey to Samuel Simpson. 3p.
May 14, 1841: John Foster to Josiah Wade. 1p.
August 18, 1841: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 10.5p.
October 7, 1841: Caroline Southey to _________ ________. 1p.
November 3, 1841: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 13p.
December 17, 1841: James Bush to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
January 8, 1842: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 8p.
March 16, 1842: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 5p.
April 1, 1842: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 9p.
May 15, 1842: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 1.5p.
May 23, 1842: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 1p.
July 20 [1842?]: Joanna Baillie to _______ _______. 2.5p.
September 26, 1842 Caroline Southey to _______ _______. 2p.
February 13, 1843: Caroline Southey to _______ _______. 2p.
February 27, 1843: Caroline Southey to _______ _______. 1.5p.
March 15, 1843: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 3p.
March 22, 1843: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 1p.
May 14, 1843: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
July 10, 1843: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
December 8, 1843: Edward Quillinan to Grederick Shoberl. 4p.
March 13, 1844: Samuel Rogers to Joseph Cottle. 2p.
November 25, 1845: Caroline Southey to _______ _______. 2p.

1846 - 1884
August 16, 1848: Caroline Southey to Lady Dalrymple. 3.5p.
August 26, 1852: Caroline Southey to Mr. Newman. 1.5p.
March 9, 1853: Caroline Southey to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
May 25, 1854: Laura Burrard to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
July 24, 1854: Laura Burrard to Mrs. Bray. 4p.
December 31, 1870: Charles Cuthbert Southey to _________ _________. 1p.
July 3, 1871: Charles Cuthbert Southey to _________ _________. 2.5p.
December 14, 1876: Henry Taylor to Barnett Smith. 4p.
March 9, 1884: Charles Cuthbert Southey to _________ _________. 2p.

Undated
R.S. to Thomas Dyke Acland. 1p.
R.S. to Charles Kennaway. 1p.
R.S. to John King. 1p.
R.S. to ________ Parry. 1p.
R.S. to William Wordsworth. 1p.
March 29, n.y. R.S. to ________ ________. 1p. (fragment)
November 19, n.y. R.S. to ________ _________. 1p.
R.S. to _________ _________. 1p.
R.S. fragment of letter (?) Fragment.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge to ________ ________. 1p (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge to ________ ________. 1p (fragment)
Bryan Walker Proctor to R.S. 1p.
Caroline Southey to Mrs. Southey. 4p.
Mrs. E. Wardell to _________ Tartt. 1.5p.


Box 3: Manuscripts (poems and prose), miscellaneous material
Robert Southey's Autobiographical Epistles to John May, 1820-1826. 18 items. Many of the letters were written over a period of time and, therefore, have more than one date. Covering letter: July 31, 1820 Letter number

  1. July 31, 1820
  2. August 1, 1820; July 31, 1820
  3. August 16, 1820
  4. December 1, 1820; March 19, 1821
  5. March 20, 1821
  6. April 7, 1821; September 1, 1821
  7. September 2, 1821; November 13, 1821
  8. December 28, 1821; April 21, 1822
  9. January 8, 1823
  10. January 10,1823; January 19, 1823
  11. January 19, 1823; July 31, 1823
  12. August 20, 1823; May 27, 1824
  13. May 27, 1824; June 26, 1824
  14. June 29, 1824; July 17, 1824
  15. July 17, 1824; August 27, 1824
  16. August 29, 1824; October 17, 1824
  17. March 16, 1825; January 8, 1826

Also, photocopies of Southey's retained copies of his Autobiographical Epistles at Yale University, numbers 8, 9, part of 10, part of 13, and part of 15. 
 



SOUTHEY MANUSCRIPTSPoems: Arranged in alphabetical order in box 3

  1. "Queen Mary's christening" 12p.
  2. "Robert the Rhymer's true and particular account of himself" 3p.
  3. ["Then closed his eyes..."] 1p. Fragment Signed R.S.
  4. "A true ballad of a pope, a bishop & the Devil" (published as "A true ballad of St. Antidius, the Pope, and the Devil") 5p.
  5. "The Devil's thoughts" (published as "The Devil's walk") 4p.
  6. "The Curse of Kehama" 128 leaves (256 pages) 17.5 cm. Calf binding. Lettered on spine "Fragment of Kehama M.S.S." and "S". Southey bookplate.

103 pages of text:

33 pages: Prose apology, glossary of Indian words and mythological names, and notes. 5 pages: "The Curse of Keradou" (Part 8 of published version of "Curse of Kehama") 7 pages: "The Curse of Keradou" (another version) dated May 1, 1801. 58 pages: "The Curse of Kehama" dated August 15, 1801 to December 14, [1802]
  1. ["For a dear friend's friend..."] 2p.
  2. ["Take from an old mans hand this faithful strain..."] 1p. Copy of Southey poem written in an unknown hand.
  3. ["My days amongst the dead are past..."] 2p. Written in hand of Henry Taylor on 2nd and 3rd leaf of a letter to W. Unwin, dated February 7, 1837.
  4. "Lines composed for Lady E. Lowther's album. Imitated from the Persian" 1p. Written in hand of Edith May Southey Warter in Marian Olliver's sentiment album, p. 41. See: CX 91.
  5. "Joan of Arc" 1793. 1 vol. Vellum binding. Written on spine: "Original manuscript of Joan of Arc". John Murray's bookplate on inside front cover.
  1. Second draft of Southey's first epic poem. This copy was given by Southey to his publisher Joseph Cottle. It was sold as part of the Cottle estate at Sotheby's on March 13, 1865 to William Skeffington. Later it passed into the family of John Murray. The University of Rochester purchased the manuscript from Seven Gables Bookshop in August, 1977.
  2. The first draft of the poem is in the Harvard University Library; the draft for the first published edition is at the British Museum.
  3. A brief description of the Rochester manuscript appeared in Biblio-Talk, vol. 5, no. 2 (September, 1978). A copy of this article is included in the register.
  4. (The volume is shelved next to the boxes of Southey Papers; the master copy of a microfilm of the manuscript is in box 4)
  1. "Epitaph in Butleigh Church" 3p.
 

Prose: Arranged in alphabetical order in box 3

  1. [Dialogue between the conformist and non-conformist] 2p.
  2. "The situation of the Catholics in England..." 2p. Incomplete
  3. [Scale of charges for autographs] 1p.
  4. "Death" 13 quotations from various sources (a leaf from Southey s commonplace book?) 2p.
  5. "A rally which was made against him from Bacus..." 1p. Fragment
  6. "Wherein good intentions were frustrated..." 1p. Fragment Note added by Caroline Southey verifying Southey's autograph
  7. "An account of the work of Grace upon the soul of Rt. Rvd Wm. Croper (?)..." 1p. Fragment. Note added by Caroline Southey verifying Southey's autograph. Mounted with autographed portrait of Southey
  8. [Note regarding the publication of Memoirs of Lady Butler] 1p.
  9. Title-page design for Essays Moral and Political (London, Murray, 1832) 1p.
  10. "Proposal for the establishment of an Asylum & Garden, as a temporary residence for convalescent persons, discharged from the 3 great public hospitals in Westminster." 3p. Includes a letter from Southey to John May on the 3rd page
  11. "A letter to John Murray Esqre. touching Lord Nugent; in reply to a letter from his Lordship touching an article in the Quarterly Review. By the Author of that article."
  1. Bound with: Prefaces to vols. II, III, and V of the 1837 edition of The Poetical Works of Robert Southey. 1 vol.
  2. A short discussion of this manuscript volume appeared in the Department's "Occasional News-sheet," vol. III, no. 1 (January 25, 1984).
  1. "The next persons to be noticed are those who seek for notoriety by more respectable means..." 1p.
  2. [Three pages from Southey's commonplace book? and an envelope addressed by Southey to William Westell] Mounted on one sheet of paper.
  3. "Thus fortunately placed, Mary was contented to eat 'well earned, the bread of service' happy in her humble station..." 2p.
  4. "Discartes' notion concerning the prolongation of life...." (Apparently part of a larger work, at the top of the manuscript Southey has written "Chapter" and CLXXIII is written in another hand in pencil. 18p.
  5. An extract from page 86 of Louis de Marcillac's Histoire de la guerre de l'Espagne en 1823 (Paris: 1824). 1p.

 

 



SOUTHEY MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Proof pages (617-622) of History of Brazil, with note in Southey's hand on first page.
  2. Receipt issued to Robert Southey, Henry Herbert Southey, John Nicholetts and Henry Heylar for £381/8/1 paid for Navy Five Percent Annunities, dated September, 1819.
  3. Circulars regarding the erection of a monument in Southey's memory at Crosthwaite Church, Keswick.
  1. The Late Mr. Southey. Dated December 20, 1843. Resolutions and plans for erecting the monument. 3p. Printed. Signed: James Stanger
  2. Monument to the Late Robert Southey, Esq. Poet Larueate... Contains list of subscribers with amounts given, n.d. 3p. Printed.
  3. Sacred to the Memory of Robert Southey... Words of the monument, including a poem written by William Wordsworth. 1p. Printed.
  1. Original watercolor painting by John Parker for the frontispiece of Robert Southey's Madoc, in The Poetical Works, vol.5 (London, 1837-38). Included with the painting are Parker's instructions to the engraver, dated June 6, 1837, and his description of the painting. In vol. 5 of The Poetical Works the painting is attributed to Thomas Creswick.
  2. Journal of Humphrey Fleming Senhouse. Manuscript diary of Senhouse's trip through France in 1838 with Robert Southey, Charles Cuthbert Southey, Henry Crabbe Robinson, John Kenyon, and Capt. Jones. 75 (i.e. 64) numbered leaves. 16.5cm. Error in paging: nos. 48-57 omitted.
Quotations added to fly leaves and some facing pages in an unknown hand from Southey's Journal of a Residence in Portugal 1800-1801 and a Visit to France 1838, ed. by A. Cabral (Oxford, 1960); page laid in of passages taken from Robinson's Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence, Vol. III, p.153.
  1. Note written by Anna Eliza (Kempe) Stothard Bray regarding the correspondence between her and Caroline Anne (Bowles) Southey.
  2. Photographs
  1. Photograph of a bust of Southey done by Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey, 1832 (2 copies).
  2. Portrait of Southey engraved by Henry Dawe after a painting by Samuel Lane.
  3. Portrait of Southey engraved by H. Heath after a painting by Samuel Lane.
  4. Portrait of Southey engraved by S.A. Schaf after a painting by Samuel Lane.
  5. Portrait of Southey engraved by William Henry Egleton after a painting by John Opie.
  6. Portrait of Southey engraved by W.G. Jackman after a painting by John Opie.
  7. Portrait of Southey after a sculpture by Illman (2 copies).
  8. Reproduction of a portrait of Southey painted by P. Kramer (2 copies).
  9. Portrait of Southey engraved by Edward Francis Finden after a painting by Thomas Phillips (2 copies).
  10. Portrait of Southey engraved after a painting by Thomas Phillips.
  11. Portrait of Southey engraved after a sculpture by R. Roffe.
  12. Portrait of Southey engraved after a drawing by Robert Hancock, 1796.
  13. Portrait of Southey engraved by James Hopwood, the younger, after a painting by Lawrence.
  14. Portrait of Southey engraved by B. Hall (2 copies)
  15. Portrait of Southey engraved by Blood after a drawing by Eldridge (2 copies)
  16. Portrait of Southey drawn and engraved by C.S. Taylor.
  17. Portrait of Southey engraved by A. Collas (after a relief by E.W. Wyon?).
  18. Portrait of Margaret Hill, mother of Robert Southey, engraved by H. Robinson after a painting by Robert Hancock (2 copies).
  19. Engraving of Greta Hall by Rock & Co., London.
  20. Pencil sketch of Greta Hall. See: Marion Olliver s sentiment album (CX91), p.35.
  21. Portrait of Southey engraved after an unidentified sculpture.
  22. Photograph (post card) of Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, where Southey is buried.

 


Box 4: Copies of selected articles pertaining to Southey; Copies of dealers' catalogs with Southey items not purchased.

Articles Copies of selected articles pertaining to Robert Southey arranged alphabetically by author are in box 4.
 
Dealers' Catalogs Copies of selected dealers' catalogs containing Southey items not purchased are arranged alphabetically by dealer in box 4.

 

 


Box 5: Articles; Duppa and Southey Originals, ca.1800-1991

  1. Newspaper Article, Voice, "Coleridge and Southey's Bogos Journey," Julky 30, 1991
  2. Photocopies of The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth
  3. "Uncollected Translations of Michaelangelo by Wordsworth and Southey", The Review of English Studies, 1938
  4. Richard Duppa's Life of Michel Angelo and Southey Originals, ca. 1800