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Updates to schema, fixes to xml, and parse test

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File openletters/command.py

                     correspondent = handle_elements("correspondent", letter), 
                     salutation=unicode(handle_elements("salutation", letter)),
                     letter_text=unicode(handle_elements("letter", letter)),
-                    letter_date=unicode(handle_elements("date", letter))
+                    letter_date=unicode(handle_elements("date", letter)),
+                    letter_place=unicode(handle_elements("place", letter))
                     )
         print "date", unicode(handle_elements("date", letter))
         model.Session.add(modelletter)
     rdf = rdf_transform()
     rdf_data = rdf.create_rdf_end()
     o.put_stream(end, 'endpoint', rdf_data)
-    print "rdf", rdf_data
     
     json = json_transform()
     json_data = json.to_end_dict()
     o.put_stream(end, 'jsonendpoint', json_data)
-    print "json", json_data
     
     xml = xml_transform()
     x_data = xml.endpoint_xml()
-    o.put_stream(end, 'xmlendpoint', x_data)
-    print "xml", x_data   
+    o.put_stream(end, 'xmlendpoint', x_data)  
     
     xml_data = xml.endpoint_xml("simile")
     o.put_stream(end, 'simileend', xml_data)
-    print "simile", xml_data
         
     
 def __store (self, ofsobject, data_store, data_name):

File openletters/controllers/letters.py

                         c.letter_date = letter.letter_date
                         c.letter_text = letter.letter_text
                         c.id = letter.id
+                        place = parse_text.find_geographical(letter.letter_text)
+                        if place is not None or place is not "No Place":
+                            c.placeid = " ".join(letter.letter_place.split("_"))
+                            c.place = letter.letter_place
                         c.type = model.Session.query(model.Source).get(letter.volume)
                 else:
                     abort(404) 

File openletters/docs/dickens_letters.xml

 Will you tell my father that if he could devise any means of bringing
 him down, I think it would be a great thing for him to have Dash, if it
 be only to keep down the trampers and beggars. The cheque I send you
-below.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Mitton</correspondent><salutation>TOM</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>14</lettertext><date>1839-03-06</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+below.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Mitton</correspondent><salutation>TOM</salutation><place>Exeter</place><lettertext>14</lettertext><date>1839-03-06</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                           ELM COTTAGE, PETERSHAM, _Wednesday Morning._
 
 regularly; but if you prefer keeping account with the publishers, they
 will be happy to enter upon it when, where, and how you please.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>23</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>23</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                                    1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE,
                                             _Monday, March 9th, 1840._
 
 The two others to-morrow.
 
-                                                    Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>27</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                    Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>27</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                                  DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Friday Morning._
 
 
 Don't forget despatch, there's a dear fellow, and ever believe me,
 
-                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>28</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>28</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                                                 _December 22nd, 1840._
 
 deny myself the pleasure you offer.
 
                                       Always believe me,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev William Harness</correspondent><salutation>HARNESS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>30</lettertext><date>1841-01-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev William Harness</correspondent><salutation>HARNESS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>30</lettertext><date>1841-01-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Thursday, Jan. 14th, 1841._
 
 of my child.
 
                                     Always, my dear George,
-                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>31</lettertext><date>1841-01-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>31</lettertext><date>1841-01-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Thursday Night, Jan. 28th, 1841._
 
 think I could make a very queer character of him. Should you like the
 subject when this raven makes his first appearance?
 
-                                                     Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>32</lettertext><date>1841-01-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>32</lettertext><date>1841-01-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday Evening, Jan. 30th, 1841._
 
 pleasure and delight.
 
                             Believe me, my dear Cattermole,
-                                                Always heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>33</lettertext><date>1841-01-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. John Tomlin.]
+                                                Always heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>33</lettertext><date>1841-01-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. John Tomlin.]
 
              1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                    LONDON, _Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 1841._
 you by the hand again autographically,
 
                                          And am always,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr R Monckton Milnes</correspondent><salutation>MILNES</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>35</lettertext><date>1841-03-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr R Monckton Milnes</correspondent><salutation>MILNES</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>35</lettertext><date>1841-03-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                           DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday, February 9th._
 
 I have written to Chapman and requested him to send you a block of a
 long shape, so that the house may come upright as it were.
 
-                                                     Faithfully ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>36</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                                                     Faithfully ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>36</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                           OLD SHIP HOTEL, BRIGHTON, _Feb. 26th, 1841._
 
 anywhere. There seems to me to be too much whisker for a shilling, but
 that's a matter of taste.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>38</lettertext><date>1841-04-29</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. G. Lovejoy.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>38</lettertext><date>1841-04-29</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. G. Lovejoy.]
 
                1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                      _Monday Evening, May 31st, 1841._
 nevertheless, and am,
 
                                                Dear Sir,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>40</lettertext><date>1841-06-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>40</lettertext><date>1841-06-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Wednesday Evening, July 28th, 1841._
 
 It's in your way, and you'll do it a hundred times better than I can
 suggest it to you, I know.
 
-                                                     Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>41</lettertext><date>1841-07-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully always.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>41</lettertext><date>1841-07-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                               BROADSTAIRS, _Friday, August 6th, 1841._
 
 revision, and all other ations and isions connected with the fine arts.
 
                                          Always believe me,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>43</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>CATTERMOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>43</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. George Cattermole.]
 
                                      BROADSTAIRS, _August 19th, 1841._
 
 
                               Believe me always,
                                           My dear Mary,
-                                                 Yours affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Talfourd</correspondent><salutation>MARY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>48</lettertext><date>1841-12-16</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                                 Yours affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Talfourd</correspondent><salutation>MARY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>48</lettertext><date>1841-12-16</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                        DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday, Dec. 28th, 1841._
 
 one, as you know, but nobody could have imagined the reality.
 
                                 Always, my dear Macready,
-                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>49</lettertext><date>1841-12-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Messrs. Chapman and Hall.]
+                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>49</lettertext><date>1841-12-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Messrs. Chapman and Hall.]
 
                                    
 
 We purpose leaving this on Wednesday morning. Give my love to Letitia
 and to mother, and always believe me, my dear Henry,
 
-                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation>HENRY</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>57</lettertext><date>1842-05-01</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
+                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation>HENRY</salutation><place>Niagra_Falls</place><lettertext>57</lettertext><date>1842-05-01</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
 
                                    MONTREAL, CANADA, _May 12th, 1842._
 
 and horses are at our disposal, and everybody's servants; and all the
 Government boats and boats' crews. We shall play, between the 20th and
 the 25th, "A Roland for an Oliver," "Two o'Clock in the Morning," and
-"Deaf as a Post."</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation /><place>Montreal_Canada</place><lettertext>58</lettertext><date>1842-05-12</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thomas Longman.]
+"Deaf as a Post."</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation /><place>Montreal</place><lettertext>58</lettertext><date>1842-05-12</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thomas Longman.]
 
                                          ATHENAEUM, _Friday Afternoon._
 
 I beg my regards to Mrs. Longman,
 
                                             And am always,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Longman</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club</place><lettertext>59</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Pardoe.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Longman</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club</place><lettertext>59</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Pardoe.]
 
              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                     _July 19th, 1842._
 
 Best love and regards. "Certainly" to the Richmondian intentions.
 
-                                        Always faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr H P Smith</correspondent><salutation>SMITH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>61</lettertext><date>1842-07-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Harrison Ainsworth.]
+                                        Always faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr H P Smith</correspondent><salutation>SMITH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>61</lettertext><date>1842-07-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Harrison Ainsworth.]
 
                             BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _September 14th, 1842._
 
 and I am always,
 
                                             My dear Ainsworth,
-                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>62</lettertext><date>1842-09-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
+                                                       Heartily yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>62</lettertext><date>1842-09-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
 
                           BROADSTAIRS, _Sunday, September 25th, 1842._
 
 think, was a defiance to mortal combat. With best remembrances to your
 sister, in which Mrs. Dickens joins, believe me, my dear Harness,
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev William Harness</correspondent><salutation>HARNESS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>64</lettertext><date>1842-11-08</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev William Harness</correspondent><salutation>HARNESS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>64</lettertext><date>1842-11-08</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1842._
 
         Crushing the spirit in its house of clay,
         Learn from the lessons of the present day.
         Not light its import and not poor its mien;
-        Yourselves the actors, and your homes the scene.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>65</lettertext><date>1842-11-12</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+        Yourselves the actors, and your homes the scene.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>65</lettertext><date>1842-11-12</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                                                    _Saturday Morning._
 
 months ago; I thought it was proceeding excellently well then. It will
 give me great pleasure to see her when completed.
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>68</lettertext><date>1842-11-17</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thomas Hood.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>68</lettertext><date>1842-11-17</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thomas Hood.]
 
                             DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _November 30th, 1842._
 
 be. Of course, I have said nothing to him.
 
                                               Always heartily yours,
-                                                                  BOZ.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Hood</correspondent><salutation>HOOD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>69</lettertext><date>1842-11-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Trollope.]
+                                                                  BOZ.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thomas Hood</correspondent><salutation>HOOD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>69</lettertext><date>1842-11-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Trollope.]
 
           1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                 _December 16th, 1842._
 [2] Life Insurance Office.
 
 [3] Mr. Macready's--so pronounced by one of Charles Dickens's little
-children.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>71</lettertext><date>1842-12-20</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Babbage.]
+children.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Cattermole</correspondent><salutation>GEORGE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>71</lettertext><date>1842-12-20</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Babbage.]
 
                                DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _April 27th, 1843._
 
 the Book of Fate.
 
                                       My dear Sir,
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Babbage</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>72</lettertext><date>1843-04-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Douglas Jerrold.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Babbage</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>72</lettertext><date>1843-04-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Douglas Jerrold.]
 
                                   DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _May 3rd, 1843._
 
 have made monsters of them by such a christening as that.
 
                                   My dear Jerrold,
-                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>73</lettertext><date>1843-05-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Dickson.]
+                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>73</lettertext><date>1843-05-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Dickson.]
 
             1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                      _May 10th, 1843._
 
 P.S.--I shall dedicate it to Webster, beginning: "My dear Sir,--When you
 first proposed to stimulate the slumbering dramatic talent of England, I
-assure you I had not the least idea"--etc. etc. etc.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>75</lettertext><date>1843-06-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
+assure you I had not the least idea"--etc. etc. etc.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>75</lettertext><date>1843-06-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
 
                              1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _July 26th, 1843._
 
 
                                                      Faithfully always.
 
-P.S.--The committee meet to-night at the Freemasons', at eight o'clock.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>76</lettertext><date>1843-07-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Lord Morpeth.]
+P.S.--The committee meet to-night at the Freemasons', at eight o'clock.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>76</lettertext><date>1843-07-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Lord Morpeth.]
 
            1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                    _August 3rd, 1843._
 only negatively disgusting to-morrow, I will joyfully present myself at
 six, and bring my womankind along with me.
 
-                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>78</lettertext><date>1843-10-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. R. H. Horne.]
+                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Harrison Ainsworth</correspondent><salutation>AINSWORTH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>78</lettertext><date>1843-10-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. R. H. Horne.]
 
                             DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _November 13th, 1843._
 
 them to be forgotten. If you will impress this on the waxy mind of ----
 I shall be truly and unaffectedly obliged to you.
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr R H Horne</correspondent><salutation /><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>79</lettertext><date>1843-11-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr R H Horne</correspondent><salutation /><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>79</lettertext><date>1843-11-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 3rd, 1844._
 
 born next week. Look homeward always, as we look abroad to you. God
 bless you, my dear Macready.
 
-                                        Ever your affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>80</lettertext><date>1844-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Laman Blanchard.]
+                                        Ever your affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>80</lettertext><date>1844-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Laman Blanchard.]
 
                               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 4th, 1844._
 
 made it the means of so much happiness to me.
 
                            Always, my dear Blanchard,
-                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Laman Blanchard</correspondent><salutation>BLANCHARD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>81</lettertext><date>1844-01-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
+                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Laman Blanchard</correspondent><salutation>BLANCHARD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>81</lettertext><date>1844-01-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
 
                  LIVERPOOL, RADLEY'S HOTEL, _Monday, Feb. 26th, 1844._
 
 shillings. I think this is all I have to say, except (which is
 nonsensical and needless) that I am always,
 
-                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>83</lettertext><date>1844-04-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Edwin Landseer.]
+                                                 Affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>83</lettertext><date>1844-04-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Edwin Landseer.]
 
                            ATHENAEUM, _Monday Morning, May 27th, 1844._
 
                                                                   BOZ.
 
 P.S.--The writer hereof may be heerd on by personal enquiry at No. 9,
-Osnaburgh Terrace, New Road.</letter><correspondent>Mr Edwin Landseer</correspondent><salutation>LANDSEER</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club</place><lettertext>84</lettertext><date>1844-05-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
+Osnaburgh Terrace, New Road.</letter><correspondent>Mr Edwin Landseer</correspondent><salutation>LANDSEER</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club</place><lettertext>84</lettertext><date>1844-05-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
 
                                  DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _June 4th, 1844._
 
 be sincerely glad. All good wishes and success attend you!
 
                                         Believe me always,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>85</lettertext><date>1844-06-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Dudley Costello.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>85</lettertext><date>1844-06-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Dudley Costello.]
 
                                                      _June 7th, 1844._
 
 N.B. No. 2.--I will undertake not to play tragedy, though passion is my
 strength.
 
-N.B. No. 3.--I consider myself a chained lion.[5]</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>103</lettertext><date>1845-09-18</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
+N.B. No. 3.--I consider myself a chained lion.[5]</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>103</lettertext><date>1845-09-18</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
 
                               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _October 2nd, 1845._
 
 of receiving it at your hands, and shut me out from that possibility
 altogether. What a stony-hearted ruffian you must be in such a case!
 
-                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>104</lettertext><date>1845-10-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>104</lettertext><date>1845-10-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Friday Evening, Oct. 17th, 1845._
 
 blood.
 
                                             Thine,
-                                                THE UNWAISTCOATED ONE.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>105</lettertext><date>1845-10-17</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Viscount Morpeth.]
+                                                THE UNWAISTCOATED ONE.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>105</lettertext><date>1845-10-17</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Viscount Morpeth.]
 
                                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Nov. 28th, 1845._
 
 
 [5] This alludes to a theatrical story of a second-rate actor, who
 described himself as a "chained lion," in a theatre where he had to play
-inferior parts to Mr. Macready.</letter><correspondent>Viscount Morpeth</correspondent><salutation>LORD MORPETH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>106</lettertext><date>1845-11-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
+inferior parts to Mr. Macready.</letter><correspondent>Viscount Morpeth</correspondent><salutation>LORD MORPETH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>106</lettertext><date>1845-11-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
 
                             DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _February 18th, 1846._
 
 and that you decline, from me, holding any correspondence with her.
 Something to that effect, after what flourish your nature will.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>107</lettertext><date>1846-02-18</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>107</lettertext><date>1846-02-18</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
 
            1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                 _February 24th, 1846._
 London News_, who really seems to be very liberal. "Other engagements,"
 etc. etc., "prevent me from entertaining," etc. etc.
 
-                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>109</lettertext><date>1846-03-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
+                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>109</lettertext><date>1846-03-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
 
                                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _March 4th, 1846._
 
 should think it base to read their praises. It is something to know that
 one is righted so soon; and knowing that, I can afford to know no more.
 
-                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>110</lettertext><date>1846-03-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
+                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>MR. WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>110</lettertext><date>1846-03-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
 
                                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _March 6th, 1846._
 
                              Deck-swabbing
                              Son of a sea-cook,
                                             HENRY BLUFF,
-                                                      H.M.S. _Timber._</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>111</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
+                                                      H.M.S. _Timber._</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>111</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
 
                      DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday, April 13th, 1846._
 
 you heartily, and hoping you will not think it too late.
 
                                         Always believe me,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>112</lettertext><date>1846-04-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Ely.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>112</lettertext><date>1846-04-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Ely.]
 
                        DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Sunday, April 19th, 1846._
 
 contemplated.
 
                                    Ever, my dear Miss Ely,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Ely</correspondent><salutation>MISS ELY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>113</lettertext><date>1846-04-19</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Douglas Jerrold.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Ely</correspondent><salutation>MISS ELY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>113</lettertext><date>1846-04-19</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Douglas Jerrold.]
 
                         DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday, May 26th, 1846._
 
 At Macready's on Thursday, we shall meet, please God!
 
                                    Always, my dear Jerrold,
-                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>114</lettertext><date>1846-05-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Douglas Jerrold</correspondent><salutation>JERROLD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>114</lettertext><date>1846-05-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                                GENEVA, _Saturday, October 24th, 1846._
 
 shop-windows.
 
                                             Believe me,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Sandys</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>128</lettertext><date>1847-06-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr William Sandys</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>128</lettertext><date>1847-06-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
 
                                      CHESTER PLACE, _June 14th, 1847._
 
 decided knees) who seems to know me.
 
                                   Dear Miss Power,
-                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Miss Power</correspondent><salutation>MISS POWER</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>130</lettertext><date>1847-07-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
+                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Miss Power</correspondent><salutation>MISS POWER</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>130</lettertext><date>1847-07-02</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
 
                                         BROADSTAIRS, _July 9th, 1847._
 
 Marchioness.
 
                                Ever, dear Miss Power,
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Power</correspondent><salutation>MISS POWER</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>132</lettertext><date>1847-07-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Power</correspondent><salutation>MISS POWER</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>132</lettertext><date>1847-07-14</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
 
                            BROADSTAIRS, _Wednesday, August 4th, 1847._
 
 P.S.--I never saw you more gallant and free than in the gallant and free
 scenes last night. It was perfectly captivating to behold you. However,
 it shall not interfere with my determination to address you as Old Parr
-in all future time.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>134</lettertext><date>1847-11-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Hogarth.]
+in all future time.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>134</lettertext><date>1847-11-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Hogarth.]
 
                            EDINBURGH, _Thursday, December 13th, 1847._
 
 the less appreciate the ability with which you advocate them, nor am I
 the less gratified by any mark of your remembrance.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Babbage</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>136</lettertext><date>1848-02-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Babbage</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>136</lettertext><date>1848-02-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                           JUNCTION HOUSE, BRIGHTON, _March 2nd, 1848._
 
 literature in England has never had, and probably never will have, such
 a champion as you are, in right of this book.
 
-                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mr John Forster</correspondent><salutation>FORSTER[7]</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>140</lettertext><date>1848-04-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Mark Lemon.]
+                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mr John Forster</correspondent><salutation>FORSTER[7]</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>140</lettertext><date>1848-04-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Mark Lemon.]
 
                                            _Wednesday, May 3rd, 1848._
 
 yourself and Mrs. White, in which I heartily join.
 
                             Being ever, my dear White,
-                                             Your affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club</place><lettertext>142</lettertext><date>1848-05-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+                                             Your affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club</place><lettertext>142</lettertext><date>1848-05-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Wednesday, May 10th, 1848._
 
 [Illustration: HW: Signature: Bobadil]
 
         At Cobb's, a water-bearer,
-              _October 11th._</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>143</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Peter Cunningham.]
+              _October 11th._</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>143</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Peter Cunningham.]
 
               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Thursday Morning, June 22nd, 1848._
 
                                               Faithfully yours always.
 
 P.S.--I am fully persuaded that an amateur manager has more
-correspondence than the Home Secretary.</letter><correspondent>Mr Peter Cunningham</correspondent><salutation>CUNNINGHAM</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>144</lettertext><date>1848-06-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+correspondence than the Home Secretary.</letter><correspondent>Mr Peter Cunningham</correspondent><salutation>CUNNINGHAM</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>144</lettertext><date>1848-06-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                     1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                     _July 27th, 1848._
 ground, but blow the United States to 'tarnal smash as an Englishman's
 place of residence. Gentlemen, are you all charged?
 
-                                                  Affectionately ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>146</lettertext><date>1848-08-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
+                                                  Affectionately ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>146</lettertext><date>1848-08-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
 
                         DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Friday, Sept. 8th, 1848._
 
 in love with him to desperation and faint away.
 
                              Ever, my dear Mamey,
-                                            Most affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Dickens</correspondent><salutation>MAMEY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>147</lettertext><date>1848-09-08</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Effingham William Wilson.]
+                                            Most affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Dickens</correspondent><salutation>MAMEY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>147</lettertext><date>1848-09-08</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Effingham William Wilson.]
 
                1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                                      _Nov. 7th, 1848._
 
 2. The Tetterby supper. Leech.
 
-3. The boy in Redlaw's room, munching his food and staring at the fire.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>149</lettertext><date>1848-11-21</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
+3. The boy in Redlaw's room, munching his food and staring at the fire.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>149</lettertext><date>1848-11-21</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
 
                           BRIGHTON, _Thursday Night, Nov. 23rd, 1848._
 
 
                                                 Ever faithfully yours.
 
-P.S.--I find myself too despondent for the flourish.</letter><correspondent>Mr Dudley Costello</correspondent><salutation>COSTELLO</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>153</lettertext><date>1849-01-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
+P.S.--I find myself too despondent for the flourish.</letter><correspondent>Mr Dudley Costello</correspondent><salutation>COSTELLO</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>153</lettertext><date>1849-01-26</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
 
                  DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday Night, Feb. 27th, 1849._
 
 and among my children, the day that gave me such a dear and good
 daughter as you.
 
-                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Dickens</correspondent><salutation>MAMEY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>154</lettertext><date>1849-02-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
+                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Dickens</correspondent><salutation>MAMEY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>154</lettertext><date>1849-02-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Clarkson Stanfield.]
 
                                  DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _May 25th, 1849._
 
 continue to do so, until I receive your answer.
 
                                    Ever heartily yours,
-                                                 THE MISCONCEIVED ONE.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD.</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>155</lettertext><date>1849-05-25</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
+                                                 THE MISCONCEIVED ONE.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield</correspondent><salutation>STANFIELD.</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>155</lettertext><date>1849-05-25</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
 
                          DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Monday, June 4th, 1849._
 
 be agreeable to Gaffin, S.? If so, the place of meeting is the
 Sparkler's Bower, and the hour, one exactly.
 
-                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>156</lettertext><date>1849-06-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
+                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>156</lettertext><date>1849-06-04</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
 
              SHANKLIN, ISLE OF WIGHT, _Monday Night, June 16th, 1849._
 
         GEORGINA HOGARTH,
         MARY DICKENS,
         KATIE DICKENS,
-        JOHN LEECH.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mark Lemon</correspondent><salutation>LEMON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>158</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
+        JOHN LEECH.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mark Lemon</correspondent><salutation>LEMON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>158</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
 
                      WINTERBOURNE, _Sunday Evening, Sept. 23rd, 1849._
 
 insensible. Ha, ha, ha! Why was I ever restored to consciousness!!!
 
 P.P.S.--"Changing" those thoughts ought to be "driving." But my
-recollection is incoherent and my mind wanders.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>161</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. Cerjat.]
+recollection is incoherent and my mind wanders.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>161</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. Cerjat.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday, Dec. 29th, 1849._
 
 I do hope that we may all come together again once more, while there is
 a head of hair left among us; and in this hope remain, my dear Cerjat,
 
-                                                 Your faithful Friend.</letter><correspondent>M Cerjat</correspondent><salutation>CERJAT</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>162</lettertext><date>1849-12-29</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
+                                                 Your faithful Friend.</letter><correspondent>M Cerjat</correspondent><salutation>CERJAT</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>162</lettertext><date>1849-12-29</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
 
                               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 3rd, 1850._
 
 to dismiss Christmas merrily.
 
                                   Ever, my dear Roberts,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr David Roberts RA</correspondent><salutation>ROBERTS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>163</lettertext><date>1850-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. James Sheridan Knowles.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr David Roberts RA</correspondent><salutation>ROBERTS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>163</lettertext><date>1850-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. James Sheridan Knowles.]
 
                               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 3rd, 1850._
 
 of Miss Kelly's.
 
                                         Heartily and faithfully yours.
-     "Daddy" Knowles.</letter><correspondent>Mr James Sheridan Knowles</correspondent><salutation>GOOD KNOWLES</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>164</lettertext><date>1850-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Gaskell.]
+     "Daddy" Knowles.</letter><correspondent>Mr James Sheridan Knowles</correspondent><salutation>GOOD KNOWLES</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>164</lettertext><date>1850-01-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Gaskell.]
 
                              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 31st, 1850._
 
 
                                                      Faithfully yours.
 
-P.S.--Mrs. Dickens and her sister send their love.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Gaskell</correspondent><salutation>MRS. GASKELL</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>165</lettertext><date>1850-01-31</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
+P.S.--Mrs. Dickens and her sister send their love.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Gaskell</correspondent><salutation>MRS. GASKELL</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>165</lettertext><date>1850-01-31</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
 
                         DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday, Feb. 5th, 1850._
 
 lost as affectionate a friend as I ever had, or ever shall have, in this
 world.
 
-                                   Ever heartily yours, my dear White.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>166</lettertext><date>1850-02-05</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
+                                   Ever heartily yours, my dear White.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>166</lettertext><date>1850-02-05</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Knight.]
 
                              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _February 8th, 1850._
 
         ENGLISH BELLS.
         WEEKLY BELLS.
         THE ROCKET.
-        GOOD HUMOUR.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>KNIGHT</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>167</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
+        GOOD HUMOUR.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>KNIGHT</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>167</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
 
                    148, KING'S ROAD, BRIGHTON,
                                     _Tuesday Night, March 12th, 1850._
 enshrined therein, expressly for you.
 
                                        Ever, my dear White,
-                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>169</lettertext><date>1850-07-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
+                                                      Cordially yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev James White</correspondent><salutation>WHITE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>169</lettertext><date>1850-07-13</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
 
          HOTEL WINDSOR, PARIS, _Thursday, July 27th, 1850._
                                                     _After post-time._
 insignificant one of "twenty pounds." I have had a policeman waiting for
 him all day.
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>171</lettertext><date>1850-08-09</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>171</lettertext><date>1850-08-09</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
 
                               BROADSTAIRS, _Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, 1850._
 
 books with a view to "Rockingham," and I hope to report of that too,
 when I write to you on Saturday.
 
-                            My dear Miss Boyle, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>173</lettertext><date>1850-09-16</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
+                            My dear Miss Boyle, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>173</lettertext><date>1850-09-16</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
 
                        DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Friday, Sept. 20th, 1850._
 
 "Copperfield" and my ear nowhere particularly.
 
 I will let you know about "A Day after the Wedding." I have sent for the
-book on Monday.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>174</lettertext><date>1850-09-20</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+book on Monday.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>174</lettertext><date>1850-09-20</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                             BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _September 24th, 1850._
 
                                  Ever, my dear Mrs. Watson,
                                                 Very faithfully yours.
 
-P.S.--I find I am not equal to the flourish.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>175</lettertext><date>1850-09-24</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
+P.S.--I find I am not equal to the flourish.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>175</lettertext><date>1850-09-24</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Wednesday, Oct 30th, 1850._
 
 better time.
 
                                       Dear Miss Boyle,
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>176</lettertext><date>1850-10-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>176</lettertext><date>1850-10-30</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday Evening, Nov. 23rd, 1850._
 
 clear how) with Lady Palmer.
 
                                      My dear Mrs. Watson,
-                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>177</lettertext><date>1850-11-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Bicknell.]
+                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>177</lettertext><date>1850-11-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Bicknell.]
 
                             DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _November 28th, 1850._
 
 recovered that other little accident, which (as you and I know) will
 occasionally happen in well-regulated families.
 
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Bicknell</correspondent><salutation>MR. BICKNELL</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>178</lettertext><date>1850-11-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Walter Savage Landor.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Bicknell</correspondent><salutation>MR. BICKNELL</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>178</lettertext><date>1850-11-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Walter Savage Landor.]
 
                          OFFICE OF "HOUSEHOLD WORDS,"
                                           _Wednesday, Dec. 4th, 1850._
 to the public when you took to writing books!" which I thought
 complimentary to "Copperfield."
 
-                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>180</lettertext><date>1850-12-09</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>180</lettertext><date>1850-12-09</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                       DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday, Dec. 14th, 1850._
 
 theatre. Perhaps not so much. With cordial remembrances,
 
                                     Ever, dear Mrs. Watson,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>181</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>181</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                             DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _December 19th, 1850._
 
 P.S.--This [blot] is a tear over the devotion of Captain Boyle, who (as
 I learned from the Child of Israel this morning) would not decide upon
 Farmer Wurzel's coat, without referring the question of buttons to
-managerial approval.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>182</lettertext><date>1850-12-19</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. John Poole.]
+managerial approval.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>182</lettertext><date>1850-12-19</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. John Poole.]
 
              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday Night, Christmas Eve, 1850._
 
 
 With all good wishes and congratulations, seasonable and unseasonable,
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr John Poole</correspondent><salutation>POOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>183</lettertext><date>1850-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr John Poole</correspondent><salutation>POOLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>183</lettertext><date>1850-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                 DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Monday Morning, Dec. 30th, 1850._
 
 [11] This part, finally, was played by Charles Dickens, junior.
 
 [12] Mr. Stafford and Mr. Stopford, who both acted in the plays at
-Rockingham.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>184</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
+Rockingham.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>184</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Mrs. Watson.]
 
                              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _January 24th, 1851._
 
 and had left a bit of my heart behind, which it is so very odd to find
 wanting twenty times a day.
 
-                    Ever, dear Mrs. Watson, faithfully yours, and his.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>185</lettertext><date>1851-01-24</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                    Ever, dear Mrs. Watson, faithfully yours, and his.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>185</lettertext><date>1851-01-24</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                  DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday Night, Jan. 28th, 1851._
 
 which I heartily join. If you and your dear husband come to town before
 we bring out Bulwer's comedy, I think we must have a snug reading of it.
 
-                             Ever, dear Mrs. Watson, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation /><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>186</lettertext><date>1851-01-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Mark Lemon.]
+                             Ever, dear Mrs. Watson, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation /><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>186</lettertext><date>1851-01-28</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Mark Lemon.]
 
                         DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Friday, Jan. 31st, 1851._
 
 We join in affectionate loves to you and your dear wife. She well
 deserves your praise, I am sure.
 
-                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mark Lemon</correspondent><salutation>LEMON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>187</lettertext><date>1851-01-31</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
+                                            Ever affectionately yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mark Lemon</correspondent><salutation>LEMON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>187</lettertext><date>1851-01-31</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. H. Wills.]
 
                         DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Monday, Feb. 10th, 1851._
 
 
 And in the meantime you shall have a proof of the plan.
 
-                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>188</lettertext><date>1851-02-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
+                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>188</lettertext><date>1851-02-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Charles Dickens.]
 
                      HOTEL WAGRAM, PARIS, _Thursday, Feb. 12th, 1851._
 
 So good-night, and believe that you may always trust me, and never find
 a grim expression (towards you) in any that I wear.
 
-                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>190</lettertext><date>1851-02-21</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
+                                                           Ever yours.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>190</lettertext><date>1851-02-21</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
 
                                                 _February 21st, 1851._
 
                        Ever, my dearest Macready,
                                         Your most affectionate Friend.
 
-P.S.--My very flourish departs from me for the moment.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>192</lettertext><date>1851-02-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
+P.S.--My very flourish departs from me for the moment.</letter><correspondent>Mr W C Macready</correspondent><salutation>MACREADY</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>192</lettertext><date>1851-02-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. David Roberts, R.A.]
 
                    KNUTSFORD LODGE, GREAT MALVERN, _March 20th, 1851._
 
 
                                                      Faithfully ever.
 
-P.S.--I write from my bed.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>195</lettertext><date>1851-04-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
+P.S.--I write from my bed.</letter><correspondent>Mr W H Wills</correspondent><salutation>WILLS</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>195</lettertext><date>1851-04-03</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. C. Macready.]
 
                                            _Saturday, May 24th, 1851._
 
 
            With love to the boys and girls,
                                 Ever, dear Mrs. Watson,
-                                                 Most sincerely yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>198</lettertext><date>1851-07-11</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
+                                                 Most sincerely yours.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>198</lettertext><date>1851-07-11</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
 
                          "HOUSEHOLD WORDS," _Sunday, July 20th, 1851._
 
 If you stay in town these days, you'll do nothing. I feel convinced
 you'll not buy the "Memoirs of a Man of Quality." Say you'll come!
 
-                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>KNIGHT</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>200</lettertext><date>1851-07-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
+                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mr Charles Knight</correspondent><salutation>KNIGHT</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>200</lettertext><date>1851-07-27</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Frank Stone.]
 
                      BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _Saturday, August 23rd, 1851._
 
 piece of ground into my garden, which was conceded. Loaden writes me
 this morning that he thinks he can get permission to build a stable one
 storey high, without a chimney. I reply that on the whole I would rather
-enlarge the garden than build a stable with those restrictions.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>201</lettertext><date>1851-08-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
+enlarge the garden than build a stable with those restrictions.</letter><correspondent>Mr Frank Stone</correspondent><salutation>STONE</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>201</lettertext><date>1851-08-23</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry Austin.]
 
                            BROADSTAIRS, _Sunday, September 7th, 1851._
 
 
                                                   Ever affectionately.
 
-P.S.--None. I have torn it off.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation>HENRY</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>204</lettertext><date>1851-10-07</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
+P.S.--None. I have torn it off.</letter><correspondent>Mr Henry Austin</correspondent><salutation>HENRY</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>204</lettertext><date>1851-10-07</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Mary Boyle.]
 
                               BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _October 10th, 1851._
 
 Pray give my kindest remembrances to your brother Cavendish, and believe
 me now and ever,
 
-                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>205</lettertext><date>1851-10-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Eeles.]
+                                               Faithfully your Friend.</letter><correspondent>Miss Mary Boyle</correspondent><salutation>MISS BOYLE</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>205</lettertext><date>1851-10-10</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Eeles.]
 
             "HOUSEHOLD WORDS" OFFICE,
                                  _Wednesday Evening, Oct. 22nd, 1851._
 railway-carriage. Catherine and Georgina send their kindest loves. I am
 ever, with the best and truest wishes of my heart, my dear Mrs. Watson,
 
-                                        Your most affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club</place><lettertext>229</lettertext><date>1852-11-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
+                                        Your most affectionate Friend.</letter><correspondent>The Hon Mrs Watson</correspondent><salutation>MRS. WATSON</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club</place><lettertext>229</lettertext><date>1852-11-22</date></div><div><volume>1</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. James White.]
 
                OFFICE OF "HOUSEHOLD WORDS," _Monday, Nov. 22nd, 1852._
 
 from the first so entirely in your hands, that I enter upon nothing
 connected with them without previous reference to you.
 
-                                                      Ever faithfully.</letter><correspondent>Mr Arthur Smith</correspondent><salutation>ARTHUR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>423</lettertext><date>1859-01-26</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
+                                                      Ever faithfully.</letter><correspondent>Mr Arthur Smith</correspondent><salutation>ARTHUR</salutation><place>Tavistock_House</place><lettertext>423</lettertext><date>1859-01-26</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
 
                            TAVISTOCK HOUSE, _Tuesday, Feb. 1st, 1859._
 
 now I come to town and our friend[5] is away! Let me take that
 defaulting miscreant into council when he comes back.
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W R Sculthorpe</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>440</lettertext><date>1859-11-10</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Monsieur Regnier.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr W R Sculthorpe</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Tavistock_House</place><lettertext>440</lettertext><date>1859-11-10</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Monsieur Regnier.]
 
                TAVISTOCK HOUSE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, W.C.,
                                          _Wednesday, Nov. 16th, 1859._
 wet day here, with glimpses of blue. I shall not forget Katey's health
 at dinner. A pleasant journey down.
 
-                      Ever, my dearest Georgy, your most affectionate.</letter><correspondent>Miss Hogarth</correspondent><salutation /><place>Royal_Hotel_Norwich</place><lettertext>473</lettertext><date>1861-10-29</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                      Ever, my dearest Georgy, your most affectionate.</letter><correspondent>Miss Hogarth</correspondent><salutation /><place>Norwich</place><lettertext>473</lettertext><date>1861-10-29</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
              THE GREAT WHITE HORSE, IPSWICH, _Friday, Nov. 1st, 1861._
 
 On Sunday morning at six, I have to start for Berwick. From Berwick, in
 the course of that day, I will write again; to Mamie next time.
 
-With best love to her and Mrs. B.</letter><correspondent>Miss Hogarth</correspondent><salutation /><place>Queens_Head_Newcastle</place><lettertext>481</lettertext><date>1861-11-22</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
+With best love to her and Mrs. B.</letter><correspondent>Miss Hogarth</correspondent><salutation /><place>Newcastle_on_Tyne</place><lettertext>481</lettertext><date>1861-11-22</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Miss Dickens.]
 
                                 QUEEN'S HEAD, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE,
                                           _Saturday, Nov. 23rd, 1861._
 shy of producing them, I wish to preserve a gloomy and repellent
 reputation.
 
-                          My dear Mr. Baylis, faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Baylis</correspondent><salutation>MR. BAYLIS</salutation><place>Gads_Hill_Etc</place><lettertext>497</lettertext><date>1862-07-02</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Henry Austin.]
+                          My dear Mr. Baylis, faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Baylis</correspondent><salutation>MR. BAYLIS</salutation><place>Gads_Hill</place><lettertext>497</lettertext><date>1862-07-02</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Henry Austin.]
 
                                 GAD'S HILL, _Tuesday, Oct. 7th, 1862._
 
 
         With kind regard to Mrs. Stanfield,
                 Believe me, my dear old boy, ever your affectionate
-                                                                 DICK.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield RA</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>The_Athenaeum</place><lettertext>534</lettertext><date>1864-09-21</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
+                                                                 DICK.</letter><correspondent>Mr Clarkson Stanfield RA</correspondent><salutation>STANNY</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club_London</place><lettertext>534</lettertext><date>1864-09-21</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
 
                           GAD'S HILL PLACE, HIGHAM BY ROCHESTER,
                                            _Tuesday, Oct. 25th, 1864._
 in the same character. And this is at least unselfish in me, for I
 suppose I should then lose you?
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr J C Parkinson</correspondent><salutation>PARKINSON</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>683</lettertext><date>1868-00-00</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr J C Parkinson</correspondent><salutation>PARKINSON</salutation><place>Gads_Hill</place><lettertext>683</lettertext><date>1868-00-00</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens.]
 
           LETTER TO HIS YOUNGEST SON ON HIS DEPARTURE FOR
                        AUSTRALIA IN 1868.[27]
 and is recommended a brisk change. As she is a good sailor, I mean to
 bring her to Ireland with me; at which she is highly delighted.
 
-                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr F D Finlay</correspondent><salutation>FINLAY</salutation><place>The_Athenaeum_(club)</place><lettertext>685</lettertext><date>1869-00-00</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
+                                                Faithfully yours ever.</letter><correspondent>Mr F D Finlay</correspondent><salutation>FINLAY</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club_London</place><lettertext>685</lettertext><date>1869-00-00</date></div><div><volume>2</volume><letter>[Sidenote: M. de Cerjat.]
 
                     GAD'S HILL PLACE, HIGHAM BY ROCHESTER, KENT,
                                              _Monday, Jan. 4th, 1869._
 acknowledging the numerous kindnesses I have already received at your
 hands since I have had the pleasure of acting under you,
 
-                              I am, my dear Sir, very sincerely yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>734</lettertext><date>1837-01-20</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Hogarth.]
+                              I am, my dear Sir, very sincerely yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr George Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Furnivals_Inn</place><lettertext>734</lettertext><date>1837-01-20</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Hogarth.]
 
                  DOUGHTY STREET, _Thursday Night, October 26th, 1837._
 
 
 
 
-1840.</letter><correspondent>Mr Edward Chapman</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>738</lettertext><date>1839-12-27</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. G. Adams.[9]]
+1840.</letter><correspondent>Mr Edward Chapman</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>738</lettertext><date>1839-12-27</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. G. Adams.[9]]
 
                       1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                   _Saturday, Jan. 18th, 1840._
 
 
 
-1841.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson11</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>740</lettertext><date>1840-12-15</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. Thomas Robinson.[12]]
+1841.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson11</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>740</lettertext><date>1840-12-15</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Rev. Thomas Robinson.[12]]
 
                       1, DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                  _Thursday, April 8th, 1841._
 so long as I have the energy of thought and the power of giving it
 utterance.
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev Thomas Robinson12</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>741</lettertext><date>1841-04-08</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Countess of Blessington.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Rev Thomas Robinson</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>741</lettertext><date>1841-04-08</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Countess of Blessington.]
 
                              [13]DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _June 2nd, 1841._
 
 you will, before he leaves England.
 
                        Believe me, dear Lady Blessington,
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Countess of Blessington</correspondent><salutation>LADY BLESSINGTON</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>742</lettertext><date>1841-06-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. L. Gaylord Clark.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The Countess of Blessington</correspondent><salutation>LADY BLESSINGTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>742</lettertext><date>1841-06-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. L. Gaylord Clark.]
 
                                                _September 28th, 1841._
 
 earth, there are creatures among the angels, who owed their being to
 you.
 
-                                     Always yours with true affection.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>MRS. HOGARTH</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>744</lettertext><date>1841-10-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Washington Irving.]
+                                     Always yours with true affection.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>MRS. HOGARTH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>744</lettertext><date>1841-10-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Washington Irving.]
 
 MY DEAR SIR,[16]
 
 head," I felt as if nothing but convulsions could possibly relieve
 me. . . .
 
-                                    Faithfully always, my dear Felton.</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>London</place><lettertext>754</lettertext><date>1843-03-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Hogarth.]
+                                    Faithfully always, my dear Felton.</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>754</lettertext><date>1843-03-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Hogarth.]
 
                                   DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _8th May, 1843._
 
 essential part of my being, and is as inseparable from my existence as
 the beating of my heart is.
 
-                                                Always affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>MRS. HOGARTH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>755</lettertext><date>1843-05-08</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Professor Felton.]
+                                                Always affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Mrs Hogarth</correspondent><salutation>MRS. HOGARTH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>755</lettertext><date>1843-05-08</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Professor Felton.]
 
                              BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _September 1st, 1843._
 
 would, believe that my affectionate heart is with you always. Loves and
 regards to all friends, from yours ever and ever.
 
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>756</lettertext><date>1843-09-01</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Macvey Napier.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>756</lettertext><date>1843-09-01</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Macvey Napier.]
 
                                   BROADSTAIRS, _September 16th, 1843._
 
 loving company of
 
                                THE PROSCRIBED ONE.
-                                             Oh, breathe not his name!</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>758</lettertext><date>1844-01-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer.]
+                                             Oh, breathe not his name!</letter><correspondent>Professor Felton</correspondent><salutation>FELTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>758</lettertext><date>1844-01-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
 
                    ATHENAEUM, _Thursday Afternoon, 25th January, 1844._
 
 other, believe me that I shall always look upon it as something I have
 long wished for.
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Athenaeum</place><lettertext>759</lettertext><date>1844-01-25</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London</place><lettertext>759</lettertext><date>1844-01-25</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
 
                        [21]LIVERPOOL, _Wednesday Night, 28th February,
                                      Half-past ten at night._
 it looks so like the blue board at a ladies' school, that I stopped
 short.
 
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Countess of Blessington</correspondent><salutation>LADY BLESSINGTON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>761</lettertext><date>1844-03-10</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Countess of Blessington</correspondent><salutation>LADY BLESSINGTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>761</lettertext><date>1844-03-10</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
 
                                DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _March 13th, 1844._
 
                                    
 
                            Always, my dear Thompson,
-                                               Faithfully your friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>762</lettertext><date>1844-03-13</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                                               Faithfully your friend.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>762</lettertext><date>1844-03-13</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                        DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Sunday, March 24th, 1844._
 
 
                                    
 
-                                        Always faithfully your friend.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>763</lettertext><date>1844-03-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Ebenezer Jones.]
+                                        Always faithfully your friend.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>763</lettertext><date>1844-03-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Ebenezer Jones.]
 
                          DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, YORK GATE, REGENT'S PARK,
                                  _Monday, 15th April, 1844._
 unaffected sympathy with, and appreciation of, your powers; and I
 entreat you to accept my best wishes, and genuine though tardy thanks.
 
-                                           Dear Sir, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Ebenezer Jones</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>764</lettertext><date>1844-04-15</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Babbage.]
+                                           Dear Sir, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Ebenezer Jones</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>764</lettertext><date>1844-04-15</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Charles Babbage.]
 
                      9, OSNABURGH TERRACE, NEW ROAD, _28th May, 1844._
 
 make attractive. It is merely an exposition of the inferences to which
 its whole philosophy must tend.
 
-                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Macvey Napier</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>769</lettertext><date>1845-07-28</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
+                                              Always faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Macvey Napier</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>769</lettertext><date>1845-07-28</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Thompson.]
 
                              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _17th October, 1845._
 
 there, I need not say that I shall be delighted to give you a letter to
 those who would die to serve me.
 
-                                                         Always yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>770</lettertext><date>1845-10-17</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
+                                                         Always yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Thompson</correspondent><salutation>THOMPSON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>770</lettertext><date>1845-10-17</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. H. P. Smith.]
 
                              DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _4th November, 1845._
 
 Best regards to Mrs. Smith from all of us. Kate quite hearty, and the
 baby, like Goldsmith's bear, "in a concatenation" accordingly.
 
-                              Always, my dear Smith, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr H P Smith</correspondent><salutation>SMITH</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>771</lettertext><date>1845-11-04</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Macvey Napier.]
+                              Always, my dear Smith, faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr H P Smith</correspondent><salutation>SMITH</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>771</lettertext><date>1845-11-04</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Macvey Napier.]
 
                                                 _November 10th, 1845._
 
 for an introduction. And I will not ask you to excuse my troubling you,
 feeling sure that I may use this liberty with you.
 
-                             Believe me always, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>776</lettertext><date>1847-01-12</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Countess of Blessington.]
+                             Believe me always, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>776</lettertext><date>1847-01-12</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Countess of Blessington.]
 
                    48, RUE DE COURCELLES, PARIS, _January 24th, 1847._
 
                                    My dear Sir, very faithfully yours.
 
 P.S.--I enclose a copy of our London circular, issued before the
-granting of the pension.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London</place><lettertext>783</lettertext><date>1847-06-26</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+granting of the pension.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club_London</place><lettertext>783</lettertext><date>1847-06-26</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                                  BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _July 11th, 1847._
 
 
 
 
-1848.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>784</lettertext><date>1847-07-11</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
+1848.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>784</lettertext><date>1847-07-11</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
 
                DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _10th April, 1848, Monday Evening._
 
 rather an epidemic in that wise abroad. I walked over and looked at the
 preparations, without any baggage of staff, warrant, or affidavit.
 
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER LYTTON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>785</lettertext><date>1848-04-10</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER LYTTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>785</lettertext><date>1848-04-10</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
 
                            [36]DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _14th April, 1848._
 
 I have addressed a counterpart of this letter to Mr. Francis Robinson,
 to whom perhaps you will communicate the bill.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>787</lettertext><date>1848-05-22</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>787</lettertext><date>1848-05-22</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
 
                           DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Monday Evening,
                                                      July 22nd, 1848._
 
 Accept it for what a genuine word of homage is worth, and believe me,
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>789</lettertext><date>1849-02-23</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. C. Cowden Clarke.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>789</lettertext><date>1849-02-23</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. C. Cowden Clarke.]
 
                                   DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _May 5th, 1849._
 
 
 Pray give my kindest regards to my quondam Quickly, and believe me,
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr C Cowden Clarke</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>790</lettertext><date>1849-05-05</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Joseph C. King.[43]]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr C Cowden Clarke</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>790</lettertext><date>1849-05-05</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Joseph C. King.[43]]
 
                    DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Saturday, December 1st, 1849._
 
 Cookesley afterwards. He had evidently not expected such a result, and
 took it as not at all an ordinary one.
 
-                            My dear Sir, yours faithfully and obliged.</letter><correspondent>Mr Joseph C King43</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>791</lettertext><date>1849-12-01</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Alexander Ireland.]
+                            My dear Sir, yours faithfully and obliged.</letter><correspondent>Mr Joseph C King43</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>791</lettertext><date>1849-12-01</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Alexander Ireland.]
 
                               [Private.]
                     DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, LONDON, _24th December, 1849._
 
 
 
-1850.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>792</lettertext><date>1849-12-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
+1850.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>792</lettertext><date>1849-12-24</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
 
                     BROADSTAIRS, KENT, _Tuesday, 3rd September, 1850._
 
 that I like it very much, and am deeply interested in it, and that I
 have kept and am keeping my mind very steadily upon it.
 
-                             Believe me always, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Broadstairs_Kent</place><lettertext>793</lettertext><date>1850-09-03</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                             Believe me always, very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>SIR EDWARD</salutation><place>Broadstairs</place><lettertext>793</lettertext><date>1850-09-03</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
                            DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Sunday Night,
                                                   November 3rd, 1850._
 delicacy, and perfect taste, all of which it is good to hear, though I
 know it all beforehand as well as most men can tell it me.
 
-                                                       Ever cordially.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>797</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
+                                                       Ever cordially.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>SIR</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>797</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The same.]
 
               DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Tuesday Morning, 25th March, 1851._
 
 for the men in three weeks' time.
 
                           In great haste, my dear Bulwer,
-                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>BULWER</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>798</lettertext><date>1851-03-25</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
+                                                Ever faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>The same</correspondent><salutation>BULWER</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>798</lettertext><date>1851-03-25</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clarke.]
 
                                     GREAT MALVERN, _29th March, 1851._
 
 I am not going back to Malvern, but have let this house until September,
 and taken the "Fort," at Broadstairs.
 
-                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mitton</correspondent><salutation>MITTON</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>800</lettertext><date>1851-04-19</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
+                                                     Faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Mitton</correspondent><salutation>MITTON</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>800</lettertext><date>1851-04-19</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.]
 
                        DEVONSHIRE TERRACE, _Monday, 28th April, 1851._
 
 can't be any room for anxiety on the head that has troubled you so much.
 You may clear it from your mind as completely as Gunpowder Plot.
 
-                                       In great haste, ever cordially.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER</salutation><place>Devonshire</place><lettertext>801</lettertext><date>1851-04-28</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Miss Eden.[50]]
+                                       In great haste, ever cordially.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER</salutation><place>Devonshire_Terrace</place><lettertext>801</lettertext><date>1851-04-28</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: The Hon. Miss Eden.[50]]
 
                           BROADSTAIRS, _Sunday, 28th September, 1851._
 
 
 
 
-1859.</letter><correspondent>Mr Arthur Smith</correspondent><salutation>ARTHUR</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>839</lettertext><date>1858-12-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. P. Frith, R.A.]
+1859.</letter><correspondent>Mr Arthur Smith</correspondent><salutation>ARTHUR</salutation><place>Tavistock_House</place><lettertext>839</lettertext><date>1858-12-02</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. W. P. Frith, R.A.]
 
                 GAD'S HILL PLACE, HIGHAM BY ROCHESTER,
                                       _Wednesday, 12th January, 1859._
 home. But the garment is more to be doubted than the man whose signature
 here follows.
 
-                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr W P Frith RA</correspondent><salutation>FRITH</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>840</lettertext><date>1859-01-12</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clark.]
+                                              Faithfully yours always.</letter><correspondent>Mr W P Frith RA</correspondent><salutation>FRITH</salutation><place>Gads_Hill</place><lettertext>840</lettertext><date>1859-01-12</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mrs. Cowden Clark.]
 
               GAD'S HILL PLACE, HIGHAM BY ROCHESTER, KENT,
                                                   _21st August, 1859._
 me as only a beautiful and profound thing can. The lines are always
 running in my head, as the river runs with me.
 
-                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER LYTTON</salutation><place>No_Place</place><lettertext>867</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry F. Chorley.]
+                                                  Ever affectionately.</letter><correspondent>Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton</correspondent><salutation>BULWER LYTTON</salutation><place>Gads_Hill</place><lettertext>867</lettertext><date>0000-00-00</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Henry F. Chorley.]
 
                OFFICE OF &quot;ALL THE YEAR ROUND,&quot;
                      NO. 26, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C.,
 is exactly the reverse, or I could not have spoken without some
 appearance of having a purpose to serve.
 
-                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>MR. IRELAND</salutation><place>The_Athenaeum</place><lettertext>893</lettertext><date>1868-05-30</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. James T. Fields.]
+                                                Very faithfully yours.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alexander Ireland</correspondent><salutation>MR. IRELAND</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London</place><lettertext>893</lettertext><date>1868-05-30</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. James T. Fields.]
 
                           GAD'S HILL PLACE, _Tuesday, 7th July, 1868._
 
 it that I am going to be nothing but what I am, and that that includes
 my being as long as I live,
 
-                                   Your faithful and heartily obliged.</letter><correspondent>Mr Rusden</correspondent><salutation>MR. RUSDEN</salutation><place>Athenaeum</place><lettertext>919</lettertext><date>1870-05-20</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Alfred Tennyson Dickens.]
+                                   Your faithful and heartily obliged.</letter><correspondent>Mr Rusden</correspondent><salutation>MR. RUSDEN</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London</place><lettertext>919</lettertext><date>1870-05-20</date></div><div><volume>3</volume><letter>[Sidenote: Mr. Alfred Tennyson Dickens.]
 
                         ATHENAEUM CLUB, _Friday Night, 20th May, 1870._
 
 
 [111] An allusion to an unfounded rumour.
 
-[112] Charles Dickens's son, Alfred Tennyson.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alfred Tennyson Dickens</correspondent><salutation>ALFRED[112]</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club</place><lettertext>920</lettertext><date>1870-05-20</date></div></openletters>
+[112] Charles Dickens's son, Alfred Tennyson.</letter><correspondent>Mr Alfred Tennyson Dickens</correspondent><salutation>ALFRED</salutation><place>Athenaeum_Club_London_Club</place><lettertext>920</lettertext><date>1870-05-20</date></div></openletters>

File openletters/docs/dickens_places.xml

 <location><place>Clifton</place><lat>51.4612</lat><lon>-2.6188</lon><url>Clifton</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clifton,_Bristol</source></location>
 <location><place>Covent Garden</place><lat>51.51197</lat><lon>-0.1228</lon><url>Covent_Garden</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Covent_Garden</source></location>
 <location><place>Cremona</place><lat>45.133333</lat><lon>10.033333</lon><url>Cremona</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cremona</source></location>
-<location><place>Croce Di Malta, Genoa</place><lat/><lon/><url>Croce_Di_Malta_Geno</url></location>
+<location><place>Croce Di Malta, Genoa</place><lat/><lon/><url>Croce_Di_Malta_Genoa</url></location>
 <location><place>Devonshire Terrace, London</place><lat>51.514125</lat><lon>-0.180342</lon><url>Devonshire_Terrace_London</url></location>
 <location><place>Doughty Street</place><lat>51.523333</lat><lon>-0.116667</lon><url>Doughty_Street</url></location>
 <location><place>Dover</place><lat>51.1295</lat><lon>1.3089</lon><url>Dover</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dover</source></location>
 <location><place>Hotel Wagram Paris</place><lat>48.871944</lat><lon>2.315</lon><url>Hotel_Wagram_Paris</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris</source></location>
 <location><place>Hotel Windsor Paris</place><lat>48.871944</lat><lon>2.315</lon><url>Hotel_Windsor_Paris</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris</source></location>
 <location><place>Rue de Courcelles, Paris</place><lat>48.871944</lat><lon>2.315</lon><url>Rue_De_Courcelles_Paris</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris</source></location>
-<location><place>Hyde Park Place</place><lat /><lon /><url>Hyde_Park_Place</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyde_Park,_London</source></location>
+<location><place>Hyde Park Place</place><lat>51.513012</lat><lon>-0.164288</lon><url>Hyde_Park_Place</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyde_Park,_London</source></location>
 <location><place>Milan</place><lat>45.464167</lat><lon>9.190278</lon><url>Milan</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milan</source></location>
 <location><place>Paris</place><lat>48.856667</lat><lon>2.350833</lon><url>Paris</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris</source></location>
 <location><place>Imperial Hotel, Blackpool</place><lat>53.814167</lat><lon>-3.050278</lon><url>Imperial_Hotel_Blackpool</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackpool</source></location>
 <location><place>Montreal</place><lat>45.508889</lat><lon>-73.554167</lon><url>Montreal</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montreal</source></location>
 <location><place>Morrisons Hotel, Dublin</place><lat>53.347778</lat><lon>-6.259722</lon><url>Morrisons_Hotel_Dublin</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dublin</source></location>
 <location><place>Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin</place><lat>53.347778</lat><lon>-6.259722</lon><url>Shelbourne_Hotel_Dublin</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dublin</source></location>
-<location><place>Naples</place><lat/><lon/><url>Naples</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naples</source></location>
+<location><place>Naples</place><lat>40.833333</lat><lon>14.25</lon><url>Naples</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naples</source></location>
 <location><place>New York</place><lat>40.716667</lat><lon>-74</lon><url>New_York</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York</source></location>
-<location><place>Newcastle on Tyne</place><lat>54.974</lat><lon>-1.6132</lon><url>Newcastle-on-tyne</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcastle_upon_Tyne</source></location>
+<location><place>Newcastle on Tyne</place><lat>54.974</lat><lon>-1.6132</lon><url>Newcastle_on_Tyne</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcastle_upon_Tyne</source></location>
 <location><place>Queen's Hotel, Newcastle</place><lat>54.974</lat><lon>-1.6132</lon><url>Queens_Hotel_Newcastle</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcastle_upon_Tyne</source></location>
 <location><place>Norwich</place><lat>52.628333</lat><lon>1.296667</lon><url>Norwich</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwich</source></location>
 <location><place>Old Ship Hotel, Brighton</place><lat>50.842941</lat><lon>-0.131312</lon><url>Old_Ship_Hotel_Brighton</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brighton</source></location>
 <location><place>Philadelphia</place><lat>39.95</lat><lon>-75.17</lon><url>Philadelphia</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philadelphia</source></location>
 <location><place>Portland</place><lat>45.52</lat><lon>-122.681944</lon><url>Portland</url><source>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portland,_Oregon</source></location>
 <location><place>Rosemont</place><lat/><lon/><url>Rosemont</url><source /></location>
-<location><place>Osnaburgh Terrace, New Road</place><lat>528847</lat><lon>182273</lon><url>Osnaburgh_Terrace_New_Road</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Osnaburgh Terrace, New Road</place><lat>51.524681</lat><lon>-0.144127</lon><url>Osnaburgh_Terrace_New_Road</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent</place><lat>51.4112</lat><lon>0.4579</lon><url>Gads_Hill</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Tavistock Place</place><lat>51.525849</lat><lon>-0.124820</lon><url>Tavistock_Place</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Devonshire Terrace</place><lat>51.514430</lat><lon>-0.180863</lon><url>Devonshire_Terrace</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Tavistock House</place><lat>51.5255</lat><lon>-0.1286</lon><url>Tavistock_House</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Exeter</place><lat>50.7218</lat><lon>-3.533617</lon><url>Exeter</url><source /></location>
+<location><place>Niagra Falls</place><lat>43.08</lat><lon>-79.071</lon><url>Niagra_Falls</url><source /></location>
 </opencorrespondence>
 
 

File openletters/model/dbase.py

     s = users.select()
     rs = s.execute()
     for row in rs:
-        ret_arr[row[0]] = [row[3], row[5],row[6], row[7], row[4]]
-    
+        ret_arr[row[0]] = [row[3], row[5],row[6], row[7], row[4], row[8]]
+
     return ret_arr
 
 #gets the correspondent details to wrap in foaf

File openletters/model/letter.py

     Column('salutation', UnicodeText),
     Column('correspondent', UnicodeText),
     Column('letter_text', UnicodeText),
-    Column('letter_date', UnicodeText),                 
+    Column('letter_date', UnicodeText),     
+    Column('letter_place', UnicodeText),            
 )
 
 source_table = Table('sources', metadata,

File openletters/parse/parse_text.py

             sal = n.split("RESPECTED")
     
         return sal
-    
+
+def parse_salutation_line (n):
+    '''
+       Function to find the salutation line
+    '''
+    sal = ''
+
+    if "DEAREST" in n:
+        sal = n
+    elif "DEAR" in n:
+        sal = n  
+    elif "RESPECTED" in n:
+        sal = n
+
+    return sal
+   
 def stripPunc (urlstring, type=''):
     urlstring = str(urlstring)
     ret_url = ''
         for m in match_place[0].split("_"):
             place_str = m.strip()
             if place_str[:2].isupper():
-                return unicode(camel_case(place_str[0: -1]), 'utf-8')
+                #return unicode(camel_case(place_str[0: -1]), 'utf-8')
+                return camel_case(place_str[0: -1])
             else:
                 return "No Place"
     else:

File openletters/templates/home/schema.html

     <h2>Open Correspondence Schema</h2>
     <p>The Open Correspondence project re-uses schemas where possible.</p>
 
-    <p>It uses <a href="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/">Dublin Core</a>,
-     <a href="http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/">Friend of a Friend</a> and <a href="http://www.isi.edu/~pan/damltime/time-entry.owl#">OWL time</a>.
+    <p>It uses <a href="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/">Dublin Core</a>, <a href="http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/">Friend of a Friend</a>
+    and <a href="http://www.w3.org/2003/01/geo/wgs84_pos">WGS84 Geo Positioning</a>.<br />
     There are sections of the letter that these schemas do not cover.
-    The letter schema is designed to patch these holes to allow users to link letters and the letter texts. </p>
+    The letter schema is designed to patch these holes to allow users to link letters and the letter texts. It is being developed along the lines of <a href="http://www.tei-c.org/index.xml">TEI XML encoding</a>.</p>
     
     <h3>Letter schema</h3>
     
-    <p>Namespace: http://purl.org/letter</p>
+    <p>Namespace: http://www.opencorrespondence.org/schema#</p>
     
-    <h4>Character</h4>
+    <h4 name="character">Character</h4>
     <p>A fictional person who is referenced in the text. This element is used to disambiguated between fictional and non-fictional characters. Non-fictional, i.e. real people, are denoted by foaf:Person. Character is a subset of foaf:Person and is intended for fictional people. For example, in a letter from an author to an agent, the author may describing their latest project.</p>
     
-    <h4>Correspondent</h4>
+    <h4 name="correspondent">correspondent</h4>
     <p>This field denotes the correspondent of the letter.  It is a subset of foaf:Person as it should denote a real person. (However it is perfectly possible for a fictional letter to be written and in this case it would perhaps be inappropriate to use foaf:Person).<br />
     foaf:nick can be used to highlight the different ways that the correspondent is addressed by the author.</p>
     
-    <h4>personReferred</h4>
+    <h4 name="personReferred">personReferred</h4>
     <p>This field refers to a person who is referred to in the body of the letter</p>
     
-    <h4>textReferred</h4>
+    <h4 name="textReferred">textReferred</h4>
     <p>This refers to a text (book, verse or similar) which is referred to in the letter being serialised. It is intended to allow the building of graphs between the letters where a text is being referred to so that a graph can be built of what an author was doing or thinking about a text around the time or after writing the text. It is designed to allow for some contextualisation of the referred work. It could also be used to build a reading list, possible influences or forgotten works that the author was aware of at the time.</p>
 
+    <h4 name="text" >text</h4>
+    <p>This is the text of the letter in the schema.</p>
+ 
+    <h4 name="open" >open</h4>
+    <p>This is the opening line of the letter in the schema.</p>  
+
+
+    <h4 name="close">close</h4>
+    <p>This is the closing line of the letter in the schema.</p>   
+    
   </div>
 
   <xi:include href="../layout.html" />

File openletters/templates/layout.html

     <h3 class="hidden">Sections:</h3>
     <ul id="navigation">
       <li><a href="${url(controller='home', action='index')}">Home</a></li>
-      <li><a href="${url('gallery')}">Gallery</a></li>
+      <!--<li><a href="${url('gallery')}">Gallery</a></li>-->
       <li><a href="${url(controller='letters', action='index')}">Letters</a></li>
+      <li><a href="${url(controller='search', action='index')}">Search</a></li>
+      <li><a href="${url(controller='timeline', action='index')}">Timeline</a></li>
       <li><a href="${url(controller='data', action='endpoint')}">Endpoints</a></li>
-      <!-- <li><a href="${url(controller='timeline', action='index')}">Timeline</a></li> -->
       <li><a href="${url('schema')}">Schema</a></li>
     </ul>
     <h3 class="hidden">In this section:</h3>
         href="http://www.okfn.org/contact/">get in
         touch</a>.
       </p>
+
     </div>
+          <py:if test="c.correspondent">
+         <p><a href="${url(controller='correspondent', action='view', author=c.correspondent)}">${c.correspondent}</a></p>
+      </py:if>
+      <py:if test="c.placeid">
+         <p><a href="${url(controller='place', action='view', author=c.place)}">${c.placeid}</a></p>
+      </py:if>
   </div><!-- /primary -->
 </div><!-- /airlock -->
 </body>

File openletters/templates/letters/view.html

   <py:def function="page_title">Letters - View</py:def>
 
   <div py:def="content">
+
     <div class="letter">
       ${h.literal(h.markdown(c.letter_text))}
       <p>&nbsp;</p>
       <p>${getattr(c.type, 'publn_data', '')} : ${getattr(c.type, 'publn_date', '')}</p>
       <p><a href="${getattr(c.type, 's_url', '')}">${getattr(c.type, 's_url' ,'')}</a></p>
     </div>
+
   </div>
 
   <xi:include href="../layout.html" />

File openletters/transform/sparql_funcs.py

 
         for s,_,n in self.g.triples((None, dublin_core['title'], None)):
             loc_key = urllib.unquote(n.replace("http://www.opencorrespondence.org/place/resource/", "").replace("/rdf",""))
-            row.add(self.__tidy_location(loc_key))
+            row.add(self.tidy_location(loc_key))
 
         return row
     
-    def __tidy_location (self, location):
+    def tidy_location (self, location):
         '''
            Function to tidy up some of the places where they refer to the same place
            TODO: prob need some language processing to make this scalable
     
     def get_abstract (self, resource_id):
         
-        self.g.parse("http://www.dbpedia.org/resource/"+ resource_id + "/rdf")
-        return resource_id
+        self.g.parse('http://dbpedia.org/resource/'.resource_id)
+        q = '''
+          SELECT *
+                WHERE 
+                {
+                ?x dbpedia:abstract ?abstract .
+                FILTER (lang(?abstract) = 'en')
+                }
+        '''
+        for row in self.g.query(q,
+                   initNs=dict(dbpedia=Namespace("http://dbpedia.org/ontology/")),
+                   initBindings={}):
+            return row[1]
 
     

File openletters/transform/transform_rdf.py

             self.add_subject(correspondence, "letter")
             self.add_time(correspondence, str(l.letter_date)+'T00:00:00')
             self.add_correspondent(correspondence, l.correspondent)
+    
             #self.add_place(correspondence, parse_text.find_geographical(l.letter_text))
             place = ''
             try:
-                place = parse_text.find_geographical(str(l.letter_text))
+                place = str(l.letter_place)
             #unicode errors are text related
             except UnicodeError:
                 pass
                 
             self.add_letter_text(correspondence, l.letter_text)
             self.add_salutation(correspondence, l.correspondent, l.salutation)
+            
+            #for line in l.letter_text.splitlines():
+            #    if len(line.strip()) > 1:
+            #        self.add_open(correspondence, parse_text.parse_salutation_line(line))
                 #this section will parse for proper names in due course
                 #commented out whilst code is being ported
                 #letter_name = parse_text.parseProperNames(text)
         works = dbase.get_books()
         
         for url, text in letter_items:
+
             try:
                 correspondence = base_uri + "letters/resource/dickens/" + urllib.quote(str(text[1])) + '/' + str(url) + '/rdf'
                 self.add_author(correspondence, "Charles Dickens")
                 self.add_subject(correspondence, "Charles Dickens")
                 self.add_subject(correspondence, parse_text.camel_case(str(text[1])))
                 self.add_time(correspondence, str(text[3])+'T00:00:00')
-                self.add_correspondent(correspondence, urllib.quote(parse_text.camel_case(str(text[1]))))
+                self.add_correspondent(correspondence, str(text[1]))
                 self.add_salutation(correspondence, urllib.quote(str(text[1])), str(text[4]))
-                place = parse_text.find_geographical(str(text[2]))
+                place = str(text[5])
+                #for line in str(text[2]).splitlines():
+                #    self.add_open(correspondence, parse_text.parse_salutation_line(str(text[2])))
                 letter = str(text[2])
             #unicode errors are text related
             except UnicodeError:
         self.add_nick(correspondence, "Boz")
         self.add_time(correspondence, born)
         self.add_time(correspondence, died)
-        self.add_text(correspondence, abstract)
+        self.add_abstract(correspondence, abstract)
         self.add_sameas(correspondence, author_url)
         
         letter_rdf = self.g.serialize(format="pretty-xml", max_depth=3)
         return self.g.add((correspondence, geo['name'], Literal(name)))
     
     def add_abstract (self, correspondence, letters):
-        return self.g.add((correspondence, letter_ns['text'], Literal(letters)))
+        return self.g.add((correspondence, letter_ns['text'], Literal(letters)))
+    
+    def add_open (self, correspondence, letters):
+        return self.g.add((correspondence, letter_ns['open'], Literal(letters)))
+
+    def add_close (self, correspondence, letters):
+        return self.g.add((correspondence, letter_ns['close'], Literal(letters)))