Most of Burgon’s letters were written at one or other of the following places: 11 Brunswick Square, London, the home of his parents, where he lived intermittently till 10 Mar. 1842; 34 Osnaburgh Street, Regent’s Park, his parents’ residence from 1844; the parsonage at Houghton Conquest, home of his brother-in-law the Rev. Henry John Rose, where he was a frequent visitor, particularly during the university vacations; Worcester College, Oxford, where he resided from about 21 Oct. 1841, the date of his matriculation, and 20 Nov. 1845, when he took his BA; and Oriel College, Oxford, of which he was elected a fellow on 17 Apr. 1846. A5/1 was written at Norwich, just after Burgon’s first visit to Dawson Turner at Yarmouth, A5/20 at the Angel Hotel, Oxford, where he stayed with Rose while matriculating in Oct. 1841, and A5/31 at Stoke Newington, where his parents apparently lived between their departure from Brunswick Square and their removal to Osnaburgh Street.