For those interested in the history behind Not Quite a Marriage, here is a list of the sources I drew upon:
Ackerson, Wayne. The African Institution (1807-1827) and the Antislavery Movement in Great Britain. Mellen, 2005.
Allen, William. Life of William Allen, with Selections from his Correspondence 3 volumes. London: Gilpin, 1846
Birkett, Mary. “A Poem on the African Slave Trade, Addressed to her own sex.” Dublin 1791.
Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners. BBC
Bryant, Joshua (1824). Account of an insurrection of the negro slaves in the colony of Demerara, which broke out on the 18th of August, 1823. Georgetown, Demerara: A. Stevenson at the Guiana Chronicle Office. Internet Archive.
Carmichael, Laurel. Fetishism and the Moral Marketplace: How Abolitionist Sugar Boycotts in the 1790s Defined British Consumers and the West Indian “Other.” MA Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2015.
Clarkson, Thomas. The Cries of Africa, to the Inhabitants of Europe; or, A Survey of that Bloody Commerce Called the Slave-Trade. 1823? https://archive.org/details/ASPC0001990200/page/n3/mode/2up
_____. Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition of the Slaves in the British Colonies. London 1823. Archive.org https://archive.org/details/thoughtsonnecess00clar/page/n2
Clapp, Elizabeth J. and Julie Roy Jeffrey (eds). Women, Dissent, and Anti-Slavery in Britain and America, 1790-1865. Oxford UP, 2001. WID-LC HT1163.W66 2011x
Dumas, Paula E. Proslavery Britain: Fighting for Slavery in an Era of Abolition. New York: Palgrave, 2016. (See notes)
Hartfield, James. The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1838-1956: A History. Oxford UP, 2016.
Heyrick, Elizabeth. “Apology for Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Associations.” London: J. Hatcherds, 1828.
_____. “Appeal to the Hearts and Consciences of British Women.” A. Cockshaw, 1828.
_____. “Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition, or, An Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and Most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery.” 1823/4? Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1838.
DeHart, Victoria. “Elizbeth Heyrick, Mother of Immediatism.” The Women’s Print History Project https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/blog/post/27]
Hochchild, Adam. Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire’s Slaves.
Holcomb, Julie L. Moral Commerce: Quakers and the Transatlantic Boycott of the Slave Labor Economy. Cornell UP, 2016.
The Humming Bird, or, Morsels of information on the subject of slavery, with various miscellaneous articles. Leicester: A. Crickshaw 1824.
Legacies of British Slave Ownership database. https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/
London Female Anti-Slavery Society, A Vindication of Female Anti-Slavery Associations. 182?.
Marryat, Joseph. Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and Civilization in Africa. 3rd edition. J. M. Richardson, 1816.
Midgley, Clare. “Anti-Slavery and the roots of ‘Imperial Feminism’.” In Clare Midgley ed. Imperial Feminism. Manchester UP, 2017.
_____. “Slave Sugar Boycotts, Female Activism and the Domestic Base of British Anti-Slavery Culture.” Slavery and Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies. 17.3 (1996): p. 137-162.
_____. Women Against Slavery: The British Campaigns 1780-1870. Routledge 1992.
Polos, Stephanie D. “Sugar Mamas: British Women and the War on West Indian Slavery.”
Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection. Cornell University. Online[Sargant, Jane Alice]. An Address to the Females of Great Britain, on the Propriety of Their Petitioning Parliament for the abolition of Negro Slavery. Rivington & Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. 1833.
Shuttleworth, Rebecca Elaine Christie. Life Writing in the Midlands’ Dissenting Circle of Elizabeth Heyrick (1769-1831) and Susanna Watts (1768-1842): ‘We preserve the best part of departed friends.’ MPhil Thesis, U of Leicester. 2018. PDF files
Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. “Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions.” London: 1824-1826. 3 volumes.
Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons on the 15th of May, 1823, on a Motion for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. London: J. Hatchard and Son, for the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. 1823. [Contains a Prospectus of the Society]
Sussman, Charlotte. Consuming Anxieties: Consumer Protest, Gender, and British Slavery, 1713-1833. Stanford: California UP 2000.
A Vindication of Female Anti-Slavery Associations. Female Anti-slavery Society. Bagster and Thorns, n.d.
What Does Your Sugar cost? A Cottage Conversation on the Subject of British Negro Slavery James Nisbet, 1826.
Wilson, Ellen Gibson. Thomas Clarkson: A Biography. William Sessions Ltd., 1989.
Burroughs, Peter. “Crime and Punishment in the British Army, 1815-1870.” English Historical Review (July 1985): 545-71.
Chartrand, René and Patrice Courcelle. Emigré & Foreign Troops in British Service (2): 1803-15. Osprey Publishing, 2000.
Edwards, Bernard. Royal Navy Versus the Slave Traders: Enforcing Abolition at Sea 1808-1898. Pen & Sword Maritime, 2007.
Giddings, Robert. Imperial Echoes: Eye-Witness Accounts of Victoria’s Little Wars. Pen and Sword, 2015.
Rees, Sîan. Sweet Water and Bitter: The Ships that Stopped the Slave Trade. U of New Hampshire P, 2011.
SIERRA LEONE/WEST AFRICA
Archival records from Before the war, after the war: preserving history in Sierra Leone (EAP284). British Library Endangered Archives Program. https://eap.bl.uk/project/EAP284/search
Archival records from Preserving Nineteenth-Century Records in the Sierra Leone Public Archives (EAP782). British Library Endangered Archives Program. https://eap.bl.uk/project/EAP782
Banguara, Joseph J. The Temne of Sierra Leone: African Agency in the Making of a British Colony. Cambridge UP, 2017.
Bezenet, Anthony. Some Historical Accounts of Guinea. London, 1788.
Boyce, Sir Rubert. “The History of Yellow Fever in West Africa.” British Medical Journal Jan. 28, 1911. 181-85.
Braidwood, Stephen J. Black Poor and White Philanthropists: London’s Blacks and the Foundation of the Sierra Leone Settlement, 1786-91. Liverpool Historical Studies no. 10. U of Liverpool, 1994.
Brooks, George S. “A View of Sierra Leone ca. 1815.” Sierra Leone Studies 4.13-14 (1960): 24-31.
Brown, Robert T. “Fernando Po and the Anti-Sierra Leonean Campaign: 1826-1834.” The International Journal of African Historical Studies 6.2 (1973): 249-264. (BINDER)
Campbell, Mavis. Back to Africa: George Ross and the Maroons. Africa World Press, 1993.
Christopher, Emma. “A ‘Disgrace to the very Colour’: Perceptions of Blackness and Whiteness in the founding of Sierra Leone and Botany Bay.” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 9.3 (2008).
Church, Mary. Sierra Leone, or The Liberated Africans in a Series of Letters from a Young Lady to her Sister in 1833 and 34. Longman & Co., 1835.
Church Missionary Society. “Account of a Society for Missions to Africa and the East: Instituted by Members of the Established Church.” 1800.
Clarke, Robert. Sierra Leone. A Description of the Manners and Customs of the Liberated Africans. London 1843.
Clifford, Mary Louise. From Slavery to Freetown: Black Loyalists after the American Revolution. McFarland: 2006.
Coleman, Deirdre. Henry Smeathman, the Flycatcher: Natural History, Slavery, and Empire in the Late Eighteenth Century. Liverpool UP, 2018.
_____. “Sierra Leone, Slavery, and Sexual Politics: Anna Maria Falconbridge and the ‘swarthy daughter’ of late 18th Century Abolitionism.” Women’s Writing 2.1 (1995): 3-23.
Collier, Sir G. R. And Sir Charles MacCarthy, West African Sketches. Seeley and Son, 1824.
Condor, Josiah. “Sierra Leone.” The Modern Traveller, A Description, Geographical, Historical, and Topographical, of the Various Countries of the Globe, in Thirty Volumes. Vol. 22. Africa, Vol. III. London, J. Duncan, 1830: 157-195.
Crooks, J. J. (Major). Records Relating to the Gold Coast Settlements from 1750 to 1874.
Curtin, P. D. “‘The White Man’s Grave’: Image and Reality, 1780-1850.” Journal of British Studies 1.1 (Nov. 1961): 94-110.
Curtin, Philip D. Death By Migration: Europe’s Encounter with the Tropical World in the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge UP, 1989.
_____. The Image of Africa: British Ideas and Action, 1780-1850. U of Wisconsin P, 1964.
Dupuis, Joseph. Journal of a Residence in Ashantee. Henry Colburn, 1824.
Everill, Bronwen. Abolition and Empire in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Palgrave Macmillan 2013.
Falconbridge, A. M. (Anna Maria). Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the years 1791-1793. Reprint. Cass Library of African Studies no. 30. Cass, 1967.
Fox, William. A Brief History of the Wesleyan Missions on the Western Coast of Africa. London: 1851.
Franklin, Alexandra. Enterprise and Advantage: The West India Interest in Britain, 1774-1840. 1992. U of Penn, PhD dissertation.
Fyfe, Christopher (ed.) “Our Children Free and Happy”: Letters from Black Settlers in Africa in the 1790s. Edinburgh UP, 1991.
Fyle, Magbaily C. “Chronology.” Historical Dictionary of Sierra Leone. Scarecrow Press, 2006.
George, Claude. The Rise of British West Africa, Comprising the Early History of The Colony of Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Lagos, Gold Coast, etc. Houlston & Sons, 1904.
Grant, John. The Maroons in Nova Scotia. Formac, 2002.
Haggart, Mark T. “ ‘Punishing our own rascals’: Great Britain, the United States, and the Right to Search During the Era of Slave Trade Suppression.” MA Thesis, 2013.
Helfman, Tara. “The Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone and the Abolition of the West African Slave Trade.” The Yale Law Journal (115.5) 2006: 1122-1156.
House of Lords, The Sessional Papers 1801-1833. Vol 158 (1823).
Kilham, Hannah. Present State of the Colony of Sierra Leone, Being Extracts of Recent Letters from Hannah Kilham. 2nd edition. Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1832.
Keefer, Katrina H. B. “The First Missionaries of the Church Missionary Society in Sierra Leone, 1804-1816: A Biographical Approach.” History in Africa 44 (2017)” 199-235.
Kup, A. P. “Sir Charles MacCarthy (1768-1824), Soldier and Administrator.” 52-94.
Lambert, David. “The ‘Glasgow King of Billingsgate’: James MacQueen and an Atlantic Proslavery Network.” Slavery and Abolition 29.3 (2008): 389-413.
_____. “Sierra Leone and Other Sites in the War of Representation over Slavery.” History Workshop Journal 64 (2007): 103-132.
Lambert, David, and A. Lester (eds.) Colonial Lives Across the British Empire: Imperial Careering in the Long Nineteenth Century. Cambridge UP, 2006.
Laing, Alexander Gordon. Travels in the Timannee, Kooranko, and Soolima Countries, in Western Africa. London: J. Murray, 1825.
Leach, Fiona. Reclaiming the Women of Britain’s First Mission to West Africa: Three Lives Lost and Found. Brill, 2018.
Liberated African Department; Letterbook; 1820-1826, vol. 1 (British Library, Endangered Archives Program)
Lovejoy, Paul E. And Suzanne Schwarz, Slavery, Abolition, and the Transition to Colonialism in Sierra Leone. Africa World Press, 2015.
Lowther, Kevin G. The African American Odyssey of John Kizell: A South Carolina Slave Returns to Fight the Slave Trade in His African Homeland. U of South Carolina P, 2011.
Lynn, Martin. “Britain’s West African Policy and the Island of Fernando Po, 1821-43.” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 18.2 (1990): 191-207.
Macaulay, Kenneth. The Colony of Sierra Leone Vindicated from the Misrepresentations of Mr. MacQueen of Glasgow. London: Hatchards, 1827.
Matthews, John. A Voyage to the River Sierra-Leone. B. White and Son and J. Sewell, 1788.
M’Queen, James. “To R. W. Hay, Esq, Under Secretary of State.” Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine vol 20, p 872-892.
MacQueen, James. The Colonial Controversy. “Sierra Leone.” Khull, Black & Co., 1825, p. 85-132.
_____. A Geographical and Commercial View of Northern Central Africa. Edinbrugh: Blackie, 1821.
Montgomery, Michael. “Eighteenth-Century Sierra Leone English: Another Exported Variety of African-American English.” English World-Wide 20.1 (1999): 1-34.
Morse, Jedidiah and Richard C. Morse. “Freetown.” A New Universal Gazetteer (4th ed.). New Haven: S. Converse Walker, 1823.
Mouser, Bruce. “Insurrection as Socioeconomic Change: Three Rebellions in Guinea/Sierra Leone in the Eighteenth Century.’ The Powerful Presence of the Past; Integration and Conflict Along the Upper Guinea Coast. African Social Studies Series. 55-73.
Murray, D. J. The West Indies and the Development of Colonial Government, 1801-1834. Clarendon Press, 1965.
Nagaishi, Garrett. “Don’t Shoot the Messenger: A Reevaluation of Ashanti-British Relations from Bowdich to Dupuis, 1817-1820.”
_____. “ ‘Every Grade of Civilisation: Ashanti Slavery, Savagery, and Civilization in Nineteenth-Century Writings.” MA Thesis 2016.
Newbury, C. W. British Policy Towards West Africa: Select Documents, 1786-1874. Clarendon Press, 1965.
Northrup, David. “Becoming African: Identity Formation among Liberated Slaves in Nineteenth-Century Sierra Leone.” Slavery and Abolition 27-1 (2006): 1-21.
Pierson, Arthur T. Seven Years in Sierra Leone; The Story of the Work of William Johnson, Missionary of the Church Missionary Society, from 1816 to 1823 in Regent’s Town, Sierra Leone, Africa. James Nisbet & Co, 1897.
Pitts, Jennifer. A Turn to Empire: The Rise of Imperial Liberalism in Britain and France (2005)
Porter, Arthur T. Creoledom: A Study of the Development of Freetown Society. Oxford UP, 1963.
Pybus, Cassandra. “ ‘A Less Favorable Specimen’: The Abolitionist Response to Self-Emancipated Slaves in Sierra Leone, 1793-1808.” Parliamentary History 26.1 (June 2007): 97-112.
Ramsay, James. Essays on the Treatment and Conversion of African Slaves in the British Sugar Colonies. 1784. “Best anti-racist tract of the eighteenth century” (Curtin Image of Africa 55)
Rankin, Harrison. The White Man’s Grave: A Visit to Sierra Leone, in 1834. Richard Bentley, 1836.
Rashid, Ismail. “Escape, Revolt, and Marronage in 18th and 19th Century Sierra Leone Hinterland.” Canadian Journal of African Studies 34.3 (2000): 656-683.
Ryan, Maeve. “A ‘Very Extensive System of Peculation and Jobbing’: The Liberated African Department of Sierra Leone, Humanitarian Governance and the Fraud Inquiry of 1848.” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 17(3) 2016.
Ride, David. “The Society of West India Planters and Merchants in the Age of Emancipation, c. 1816-35.” Economic History Society Annual Conference March 2015.
Scanlan, Padriac X. Freedom’s Debtors: British Antislavery in Sierra Leone in the Age of Revolution. Yale UP, 2017.
Schwarz, Suzanne. “ ‘A Just and Honourable Commerce’: Abolitionist Experimentation in Sierra Leone in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries.” African Economic History 45.1 (2017): 1-45.
_____. “Reconstructing the Life Histories of Liberated Africans: Sierra Leone in the Early Nineteenth Century.” History in Africa 32 (2012): 175-207.
Strickrodt, Silke. “African Girls’ Samplers from Mission Schools in Sierra Leone (1820s to 1840s).” History in African 37.1 (2010), 189-245.
Seddall, Henry. The Missionary History of Sierra Leone.
Senior, M. Mary. Some Mende Proverbs.” Africa: Journal of the International African Institute 17.3 1947: 202-205.
Slavery Images web site http://slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item?search=sierra+Leone
Stephen, Daniel Augustine Vonque. “A History of the Settlement of Liberated Africans in the Colony of Sierra Leone during the first half of the 19th century.” MA thesis, U of Durham, 1963.
Stock, Eugene. The History of the Church Missionary Society.
Taylor, Michael. “The British West India Interest and its Allies 1823-1833.” English Historical Review 2018. 133.565: 1478-1511.
Thompson, Thomas Perronet. Papers at the Hull University Archives.
Thompson, Neville. Earl Bathurst and the British Empire. Leo Cooper/Pen and Sword Books, 1999.
Thorpe, Robert. A Letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. London 1815
_____. A Reply “Point by Point to the Special Report of the Directors of the African Institution Rivington 1815.
Tyng, Stephen H. A Memoir of the Rev. W. A.B. Johnson, Missionary of the Church Missionary Society, in Regent’s Town, Sierra Leone, Africa.
Walker, James W. St. G. The Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, 1783-1870. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1992.
White, Iain. Scotland and the Abolition of Black Slavery, 1756-1838. Edinburgh UP, 2006.
Wilks, Ivor. Asante in the Nineteenth Century: The Structure and Evolution of a Political Order. Cambridge UP, 1975, 1989.
Winterbottom, Thomas Masterman. An Account of the Native Africans in the Neighborhood of Sierra Leone. London: Hatchard, 1803.
Bowditch, T. E. (Thomas Edward). Mission from Cape Coast Castle to Ashantee (1819)
Bowdich, Thomas Edward (1821). An Essay on the Superstitions, Customs, and Arts, Comment to the Ancient Egyptians, Abyssinians, and Ashantees. Paris: printed by J. Smith, Rue Montmorency.
Mollien, Gaspard Théodore, comte de. Travels in the Interior of Africa to the Sources of the Senegal and Gambia Performed by Command of the French Government in 1818.
Park, Mungo. Life and Travels.
Atherley, Edmond Gibson. Practical Treatise on the Law of Marriage and Other Family Settlements. 1813. Chapter on “Of Settling Real or personal Estate so as to Enable a Fee Covert to Dispose of It.”
Roper, R. S. Donnison. Treatise on the Law of Property Arising from the Relation between Husband and Wife 1820.
Staves, Susan. Married Women’s Separate Property in England, 1660-1833. Harvard UP, 1991.
Toller, Samuel. The Law of Executors and Administrators … The second edition, corrected and enlarged. London 1806.
GRIEF & CHILD DEATH
Fearn, Samuel W. “Sudden and Unexplained Death of Children.” The Lancet 8 Nov 1834.
Hoffert, Sylvia D. “ ‘A Very Peculiar Sorrow’: Attitudes Toward Infant Death in the Urban Northeast, 1800-1860.” American Quarterly 30.4 (1987), 601-616.
Pollock, Linda A. Forgotten Children: Parent-Child Relations from 1500 to 1900. Cambridge UP, 1983.
Stroebe, Margaret, and Henk Schul. “The Dual Process Model of Coping with Bereavement: Rational and Description.” Death Studies (1999) 23(3): 197-224.
Stroebe, Margaret, Henk Schul, and Kathrin Börner. “Cautioning Health-Care Professionals: Bereaved Persons are Misguided Through the Stages of Grief.” Omega 74:4 (2017): 455-473.
Stroebe, Margaret, Henk Schul, and Kathrin Börner. Complicated Grief: Scientific Foundations for Health Care Professionals. Routledge, 2013.
Angell, Stephen W. and Pink Dandelion. The Cambridge Companion to Quakerism. Cambridge UP, 2018. Kindle
Backhouse, J. A Concise Apology for the Peculiarities of the Society of Friends, Commonly Called Quakers, in Their Language, Costume and Manners. James Ross, 1833. PDF IN Primary Sources file
Clarkson, Thomas. A Portraiture of the Christian Profession and Practice of the Society of Friends, Embracing a View of the Moral Education, Discipline, Peculiar Customs, Religious Principles, Political and Civil Economy, and Character of that Religious Society. Reprint. Glasgow: Robert Smeal, 1869.
Eisenbarth, Erin. Plain and Peculiar: A Case Study of Nineteenth-Centiury Quaker Clothing. U Delaware P, 2002. MA Thesis. PDF in Primary Sources file.
Gummere, Amelia Mott. The Quaker: A Study in Costume. Ferris & Leach, 1901. Google Books.
Holder, Charles Frederick. The Quakers in Great Britain and America the religious and political history of the Society of Friends from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. New York : Neuner, 1913
Howitt, Mary. An Autobiography. Margaret Howitt, ed.. 1889. Reprt. Cambridge UP, 2010.
Isichei, Elizabeth. Victorian Quakers. London: Oxford UP, 1970.
Jennings, Judi. Gender, religion, and radicalism in the long eighteenth century : the ‘Ingenious Quaker’ and her connections. Ashgate, 2006
Lapansky, Emma Jones. “The Changing World of Quaker Material Culture.” In Angell & Dandelion.
London Yearly Meeting. Extracts from the Minutes and Advices of the Yearly Meeting of Friends Held in London. 1802.
Kennedy, Thomas C. British Quakerism 1860-1920: The Transformation of a Religious Community. Oxford UP, 2001.
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). London Yearly Meeting during 250 years.The Society, 1919.
Mingins, Rosemary. The Beacon controversy and challenges to British Quaker tradition in the early nineteenth century : some responses to the evangelical revival by Friends in Manchester and Kendal. Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press / (Quaker studies ; v. 6.)c2004
Nicholson, Frederick James. Quakers and the Arts: A Survey of Attitudes of British Friends to the Creative Arts from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. Friends Home Service Committee, 1968.
Thistlethwaite, William. Four lectures on the rise, progress, and past proceedings of the Society of Friends in Great Britain, with brief historical notices of some preceding and contemporary events. London, A. W. Bennett; Manchester, W. Irwin.1865.
Britton, John. The Original Picture of London enlarged and Improved. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1826.
Brown, Robert E. The Book of the Landed Estate. William Blackwood & Sons, 1869.
Bryant, Arthur. The Age of Elegance, 1812-1822. Harper & Brothers, 1950.
Carey, John. Carey’s New Itinerary (map) 1819
Clark, Anna. “Female Sexuality.” Deborah Simonton, ed. The Routledge History of Women in Europe Since 1700. Routledge, 2006: 54-92. PDF in “Regency” file.
Copeland, Edward. The Silver Fork Novel: Fashionable Fiction in the Age of Reform. Cambridge UP, 2012.
Cromwell, Thomas. Excursions in the County of Surrey, Comprising Brief Historical and Topographical Delineations, Together with Descriptions of the Residences of the Nobility and Gentry, Remains of Antiquity, and Other Interesting Objects of Curiosity: Forming a Complete Guide for the Traveller & Tourist. GOOGLE BOOKS
Exploring Surrey’s Past. https://www.exploringsurreyspast.org.uk/
Gant, Andrew. O Sing Unto the Lord: A History of English Church Music. U of Chicago P, 2015.
Gower, Granville W. G. Leveson. A Glossary of Surrey Words 1893.
Halévy, Elie. England in 1815. P Smith, 1949.
____. The Liberal Awakening 1815-1830.
Hanks, Patric, Richard Coates, and Peter McClure. The Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland. Oxford UP, 2016.
Hone, William. The Every-Day Book, or, The Guide to the Year, volume 2. “Easter.”
Leigh, Samuel. A New Picture of England and Wales.
Longhurst, Ronald. “Greenwich Fair.” Transactions of the Greenwich and Lewisham Antiquarian Society. VII.4 1968-69: 198-210.
Quinlan, Maurice James. Victorian Prelude, a History of English Manners 1700-1830. Columbia UP, 1941.
Revel, Rachel. Winter Evening Pastimes; Or, The Merrymaker’s Companion. 1825. Google Books
Smith, Robert A. Late Georgian and Regency England, 1760-1837. Cambridge UP, 1984.
Southey, Robert. Essays Moral and Political. John Murray, 1832.