The following poems are written by, or addressed to, Harriet Grey: verses by "H.W.", "H.M.W." and "J.E.W." [Harriet White and her brothers Henry Master White (1820-92) and John Edward White (b 1832)], dated 1846 and 1847, written on three sheets; 37-line poem written by J. Ives and dedicated to Harriet Grey on her wedding day, 25 July 1849; poem entitled "A Dream", written in the hand of Harriet Grey, undated; untitled poem, written in the hand of Harriet Grey, first line "Hope! Sweetest daughter of the skies;", undated; poem entitled "The Snow Flake", sent with Mrs Brand's kind regards to Mrs William Grey, undated.
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- ReferenceGB 133 EGR4/9/2/1
- Dates of Creation1846-49 & n.d.
- Physical Description7 sheets.
Scope and Content
Received from Dunham Massey Hall on 29 June 1990; provenance: 7th drawer down on left labelled "Letters Rev W. Grey, Harriet", cupboard F315 in Chintz Drawing Room.