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, RLE to John Ruxton from Bristol - deaths of Thomas Day E and Mrs Day 93. MS 18754: Letter diary of Maria Edgeworth listing addressees of her letters, 1846. REEL 15 MS 18995: Five letters from Maria Edgeworth to Mrs Harriet D Cruger of New York, mainly concerning Mrs Cruger's attempts to raise money for Irish Famine Relief, and associated printed material, and three letters from Francis Edgeworth to Mrs Cruger, 1827-1847., Mrs EE to Mrs Ruxton - Thomas Day E - end by RLE - French political situation 94. MS 18755: Small notebook of member of Edgeworth family, probably Maria Edgeworth, with recipes for various domestic processes, such as the making of ink and sugar, and the cleaning of teeth. MS 18780: Correspondence of members of the Edgeworth family of County Longford; mainly re: family and business matters and with references to literary and political affairs; including letters from relatives in Georgia and North Carolina, with references to cotton farming. MS 20841: Autograph letter from Maria Edgeworth concerning Patrick Mulloy who died in Jamaica, . K E Edgeworth from P F Rowell, Secretary of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 22 June 1938, enclosing typescript copy of a letter from Maria Edgeworth to Michael Faraday, ., RLE to Mrs Ruxton from Clifton - Lovell E's health and Clifton - no particular business in Ireland this year - Thomas Day E - educational rules - Dr Darwin - deed in favour of Thomas Wolfe 90. MS 18480: Fragment of letter of Thomas Day to Richard Lovell Edgeworth consoling Edgeworth on the death of his wife, Honora , the fragment annotated by Maria Edgeworth., RLE to Mrs Ruxton - Lavoisier's Elements of Chemistry - Thomas Day E's resembance to the Sneyds in need of encouragement - ME off to London with Mrs Day - John Ruxton and Trim canal 91. MS 18597: Two letters of Maria Edgeworth, one to Miss Crampton; mainly of a personal and family nature; 1839-1840.
[June 1782], RLE to Wedgwood - difficulties in transmission of money owing to international situation - possible return to Edgeworthstown 50. - learned general state of science and literature - Letty Ruxton 70. , RLE to Mrs Ruxton - Canal business - Jardine's Travels - Macaulay on education [Mrs Macaulay's Letters on Education] - Mrs Cullen - 'All real female merit must degenerate in Dublin' 72. 1790], ME to Mrs Ruxton - reassurance in Mrs Ruxton being so near during absence of parents - 'wee-wee stories' for Margaret Ruxton 73. 1791], RLE to Mrs Ruxton - canal business - Mrs Powys - guardianship of Essex E - continued by ME - T Day's legacy of math., RLE to Mrs Ruxton - protection of reputation of Elizabeth Sneyd - his mourning for Honora - Lady Holte's kindness to Elizabeth Sneyd - marriage to be in London 37. - his marriage - no danger of ecclesiastical attack as no one's interest is threatened - wish to take a house nr. , RLE to Mrs Ruxton from Northchurch - her disapproval of the marriage - Elizabeth Sneyd a always chaperoned by Mrs Yonge 'until Mr S made us change our attention of marrying at Weston' and after that by Lady Holte - thoughts of moving to Bath or to Edgeworthstown - end by Mrs Elizabeth E 43. , RLE to his family - joking letter about his return home 63., RLE to Wedgwood - loss of Bentley - offer of help - 'thank you for leaving the Picture. , Note in Harriet E's hand giving ME's account of marriage of RLE to Elizabeth Sneyd [as stated in Great Bible]: marriage took place at St. , RLE to Mrs Ruxton - his comfort and improvement of children - Dick again gone to sea after behaving ill as usual - end to John Ruxton 44. , Mrs Eliz E to [Mrs Ruxton] - a cook and her wages - decline of Honora E [d. ME to Mrs Ruxton - desire for a silhouette of her aunt - Honora E's thanks for a silhouette of Mrs HE - Honora's decline returns the 'French Story' - 'Freeman Family' progresses very slowly - the little story for Margaret Ruxton 65. 1789], ME to Mrs Ruxton - RLE's affection for his sister - copying 'the little story' - continued by RE - desire to publish Life of Thomas Day, prefixed to a vol., RLE to Wedgwood - Jebb's opinion coincides with that of Darwin and Heberden - 3rd vol.of Harry and Lucy (Practical Education] being written to publish with others to save cost of advertising twice 22. , RLE to Mrs Ruxton - her visit to Mrs Honora E 24. , Mrs Honora E to Mrs Mary Powys - her love for RLE 26. , RLE to ME at school - thanks for workbag sent for Mrs Honora E - his wish to have letters from ME 'familiarly' 28.
, RLE to ME - his correction of her works - Mme de Genlis's book - list of corrections 51. instruments &c and a gift of books - dislike of visit to Mrs Day by herself - 'Freeman Family' 74. 1791], Margravine of Anspach (Lady Craven) to RLE at Clifton - thanks for congratulations on her Travels [shd. , RLE to John Ruxton - Trim canal - irons for a stamping mill - Tableau de Paris (Mercier) - K of Prussia's Memoirs - household accounts 76. , RLE to ME - sailing for Bristol - her attention to his affairs - I gave you £500 to make you independent for subsistence' - end by Mrs EE 78.