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Correspondence of the Macirone family, 1847-1848

MS. 11904/2

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Letters on many subjects, primarily between George, Mary Ann, Clara, Emily and George Augustus, including:
  1. Correspondence between the family during George's stay in Northampton Asylum, 1847-1848
  2. Valentines letters from George Augustus to Mary Ann, 1847
  3. George's requests of aid for people met in Northampton Asylum, including Mr. Pulvertoft 1847-1848
  4. Arrangement and enquiries regarding George Perriman's wool sales, 1847-1848
  5. Preparation for Clara's second concert, 1848
  6. George Augustus' issues at school, 1848
Also includes correspondence with:
  1. Letters from George Perriman, including correspondence regarding wool sales, 1847-1848
  2. Letters to P. Nesbitt from George, while in Northampton, 1847
  3. Letters from Eleanor Perriman, 1847
  4. Letters from J.F. Pinto, refusing a request for money, 1847
  5. Letters from the Du Bois family, 1847
  6. Correspondence regarding Mme Pischek's death, 1847
  7. George Augustus' letter to the editor of the Morning Chronicle, 1848
  8. Letters from Edward Price regarding George Augustus' school performance, 1848
  9. Letters between George Macirone and F. Briggs, regarding employment, 1848
  10. Letters between George Macirone and Henry Parrott, regarding Mr. Pulvertoft, 1848
  11. Letters between George Macirone and W.M. Bailey regarding George's South American Connections, 1848
  12. Letters from Charles Lowe, 1848
  13. Letters from J.F. Watson to Mary Ann Macirone on George's condition, 1848


  • 1847-1848


1 box (2 folders)


MS. 11904/2

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom