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Correspondence of the Macirone family, 1807-1846

MS. 11904/1

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Letters on many subjects, mainly between George, Mary Ann, Clara, Emily and George Augustus Macirone, including:
  1. George to Mary Ann, ten years prior to their marriage, in French, 1807
  2. Clara's early writing and notes to her parents, 1825-1829
  3. Beginnings of the family's financial hardships, 1841
  4. George Augustus while at school, 1843-1846
  5. Clara and Emily in Bath, 1844
  6. Clara's first concert, 1846
Also includes:
  1. Letters from George Macirone to his father Pietro Macirone, 1817
  2. Letters from Clara Warne to Mary Ann Macirone on various subjects, including William Warne's illness and the birth of George Augustus, 1833-1846
  3. Letters from Francis Macirone to George Macirone regarding financial trouble, methods for ageing wine and methods of making soap, 1840-1846
  4. Letters from George Perriman, 1841
  5. Letters from Edward Perriman, 1843-1846
  6. Letters from John Martin on Francis Macirone's soap, 1844
  7. Letters from Frederick Lowe, 1845-1846
  8. Letters between Emily Macirone and Johann Pischek, primarily in German, 1846
  9. Notices of Francis Macirone's death, 1846
  10. A copy of text from from W.E. Macdonald's reminiscences on Clara's concert, n.d.


  • 1807-1846


1 box (2 folders)


MS. 11904/1

Repository Details

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom