Fiction    From 1843 

Martin Chuzzlewit

Categories: Literature

Novel by Charles Dickens. Originally published in serial form 1843–4. The picture is an ilustration by Fred Barnard from the 1870s.

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Martin Chuzzlewit

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Dickens at Cobley Farm

Returned from his first trip to America Dickens spent some time here in 1842-...

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Samuel Pepys Club

Samuel Pepys Club

Formed as a dining club for eminent Pepys admirers and still limited in number, currently to 140 in the UK and 14 abroad.

Group, Community / Clubs, Literature

1 memorial
Mrs Jemima Luke

Mrs Jemima Luke

Writer of hymns and religious studies. Born Jemima Thompson in Islington. She planned to do missionary work in India, but illness prevented her from doing so. She married the Reverend Samuel Luke, ...

Person, Literature, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
Henry Buxton Forman

Henry Buxton Forman

Born Camden Place, Southampton Street, Camberwell. Bibliographer and forger. An authority on the lives and works of Shelley and Keats. He also had a lifelong career in the Post Office and was award...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Doctor Stephen Charles Gold, MD, FRCP

Doctor Stephen Charles Gold, MD, FRCP

Dermatologist and author. He wrote 'A Biographical History of British Dermatology'. Our Picture Source and his obituary confirm he served during WW2 in the Royal Army Medical Corps for four years ...

Person, Armed Forces, Literature, Medicine

1 memorial
Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins

Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins

Anthony Hope Hawkins was born on 9 February 1863 at Clapton, Middlesex (now Greater London), the last of the three children of the Reverend Edwards Comerford Hawkins (1827-1906) and Jane Isabella H...

Person, Law, Literature, Politics & Administration

1 memorial