Articles in English on Percy Bysshe Shelley compiled from various periodicals. Added ms. page lists article's titles and authors. Most articles include an ms. note providing the article's source and publication date
The Percy Bysshe Shelley manuscript material in the Pforzheimer Collection consists of writings and correspondence. The writings include: the holograph manuscript of his Philosophical View of Reform; the "Esdaile Notebook," a copybook containing over fifty early holograph poems; and extensive holograph revisions in a printed copy of his Queen Mab. The bulk of the correspondence is dated between 1810 and 1822 and discusses publishing matters, family arrangements and financial concerns. Correspondents include: Lord Byron, poet; William Godwin, philosopher and novelist; Thomas Jefferson Hogg, lawyer and writer, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, novelist; and over fifty others
Edward Ellerker Williams, friend of Percy Bysshe Shelley. · Holograph logbook, "Journal of the proceedings of His Majesty's Ship Superb" : 18 Apr 1807-22 Dec 1807 : (S'ANA 0153) : 1 volume (42 leaves, some blank) : beginning with the ship "Moor'd at Spithead" and ending "Moored at St Helens"; taken during the period Williams served as midshipman on the HMS Superb; records weather and significant events. Notebook with marbled covers and later manuscript cover label in unidentified hand: "Manuscript Journal / of / E. Ellerker Williams / 1807." Shelved as *Pforz B-R 03.
· To Messrs. J. Pirie & Co., a shipping company : 1 autograph letter signed : 27 Feb 1840 : (H'ANA 0054) : from 6 Adelphi Terrace; begins, "Will you be kind enough to inform me whether among the cabin passengers by the 'William Nicol' you are aware of any one or more who may wish to engage a governess ...".
Percy Bysshe Shelley, the English Romantic poet. This guide lists and describes the manuscript materials held by the Pforzheimer Collection that were created by Percy Bysshe Shelley, including original holograph writings, letters, and documents.
The collection consists of letters and documents regarding Percy Bysshe Shelley that primarily relate to Shelley's finances. The bulk of the collection is held in one bound volume containing fifteen autograph letters, signed, by Shelley's father Timothy Shelley in 1811: one to his son Percy Bysshe Shelley, one to his brother-in-law Captain John Pilfold, and thirteen to London solicitor William Whitton; at the front of the volume are two legal documents signed by Percy Bysshe Shelley, Timothy Shelley, William Whitton, and solicitor P. W. Longdill in 1815. The material concerns Percy Bysshe Shelley's expulsion from the University of Oxford, his debts, and his financial arrangements with his father