[Listed alphabetically by location.]
- ALS to Sir Charles Dilke, 14 Mar 1879. Add. MS 43910, f.261. [See INTRODUCTION.]
- ALS to T.H.S. Escott, 26 Nov 1884. Escott papers, Add. MS 58781, ff.126-7.
National Library of Ireland
- 114 ALS, postcards, memos, reader’s reports, and other items from Mrs Hoey to Edmund Downey, 1887-1905. MSS 10028, 1-2. [See INTRODUCTION. Enclosed with Mrs Hoey’s letters are a letter from T.P. O’Connor to her husband John Cashel Hoey, n.d. (?1881); a letter to Mrs Hoey from the publisher R.B. Marston, 22 Feb 1896; and 2 typed letters to Mrs Hoey from the publishers R.E. King Ltd, 12 Sep and 15 Oct 1900. Attached to one of Mrs Hoey’s letters is a satirical poem, ’Mr. Rhodes to Mr. Chamberlain’, n.d. (?early 1900).]
- 4 ALS. To ‘Sir’, ‘Mr. Hall’, ‘Miss Penny’, and ‘Miss Crommelin’. MSS 13830. [None of the letters is fully dated, but three were written from 17 Campden Hill Road, Kensington, where FCH lived from early 1868 to about 1892; the fourth letter certainly belongs to the same period. A note (not in FCH’s hand) attached to the letter to Miss Crommelin, dates it [?1860], but it contains what appears to be a reference to the recent death of FCH’s daughter Charlotte, which occurred in 1878.
National Library of Scotland
- 2 ALS to the publisher Blackwood, 17 Aug  and 3 Apr 1872. Blackwood Papers, MSS 4209, 4291. [With the second of these, FCH sent Blackwood the ms of her novel The Queen’s Token, about which R.H. Hutton, editor of the Spectator, had spoken to Blackwood on her behalf. Blackwoods did not publish the novel, nor any of her others.]
Oxley Memorial Library (Brisbane)
- 8 ALS to the novelist Rosa Praed (Mrs Campbell Praed); most, if not all, written in 1904. Rosa Praed Papers. [See INTRODUCTION.]
University of Illinois Library
- 115 43 ALS, one telegram, one reader’s report, and one memo, to the publisher Bentley, 1871-[?1894]. The Archives of Richard Bentley and Son 1829-1898. Microfilm, Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey, 1976, Part II, Reel 35. [Many of the letters are undated or imperfectly dated, but a more or less precise date can be assigned to most of them on the basis of internal evidence. Two of the letters are addressed to Richard Bentley, the rest to his father, George Bentley. 3 ALS from George Bentley to FCH, relating to her translation of The Correspondence of Prince Talleyrand and King Louis XVIII (early 1881), are in the British Library (The Archives of Richard Bentley, Part I, Reel 41).]