- Papa gave her a tambourine
- Mamma gave her a compass case
- Miss Ramsey ( who was probably the governess) gave her an empty straw box.
- Her aunt gave her a parallel ruler
- Mamma gave her a mariner’s compass
- Aunt gave her a silver vinagrette
- Augusta gave her a gold twisted ring
- Miss Ramsey gave her a leather purse
- Mamma gave her a gold chain
- Aunt gave her a coral broach
- Miss Ramsey gave her a nitting [sic] box with one of her own drawings on top.
- Augusta gave her a china candlestick
- Fanny gave her a silk box (a box in which to keep her embroidery silks) with winders she had made.
- Mamma gave her a pair of gold earrings
- Fanny gave her a turquoise ring
- Aunt gave her a gold locket with her hair.
- Miss Ramsey gave her a green silk and silver purse, she had made.
1818 by the tree ( the only time a tree is mentioned.)
- her mother gave her a thermometer
- Her aunt gave her an Amethyst cross
- Augusta gave her a cut glass standing smelling casket
- Fanny gave her a card nitting [sic] box, drawn on the top and made by her
- Eliza gave her a needle case and a pincushion she had made.
- Charlotte made her a work bag.
- Drummond gave her a broach.
- Maria gave her a anchor pin.
- Miss Ramsey gave her a worked trimming she had made.
- Belinda Colebrooke gave her a silk work box with butterflies on the top.
- Harriet Colebrooke gave her a pink and white cornelian cross.
- Mamma gave her a fur tippet
- Aunt gave her a Belgian leather work box
- Charles gave her a rosebud broach
- Eliza gave her a peacock feather screen she had made.
- Charlotte gave her some ruffles she had made.
- Drummond made her a memorandum book.
- Maria made her a pincushion.
- Mamma gave her a pair of long gold earrings
- Aunt gave her a coral necklace.
- Fanny gave her a silver vinagrette
- Charlotte gave her a red leather ink stand box.
- Maria gave her a little ring.
- Aunt gave her a rosewood jewel box
- Augusta gave her an ivory opera glass.
- Fanny gave her a blue bead necklace she had made.
- Eliza gave her a penknife
- Charlotte gave her a white satin pincushion.
- Belinda and Harriot gave her a hair bracelet and clasp made of their own hair.
- Charles brought her from abroad: (Charles became Sir Charles in 1816. )
- A blue, gold and silver turban.
- Genoa and French flowers
- Lyons lavender coloured silk gown
- Belgian silk scarf
- French worked muslin handkerchief
- Steel buckle
- Cut coral necklace and earrings and coral cameo ring and coral head fringes.
- Vienna enamel cross and fastenings
- Moscow turquoise set in a ring at Vienna
- Vienna mother of pearl trunk
- Tartarian or Chinese scent bag
- Biscuit figure of a good girl from Dresden
- Quantity of Petit Gris, or squirrel furs
- Silver chains and dangler
Augusta Smith (married Rev. Henry Watson Wilder, 1829); children
Sir Charles Joshua Smith, bart. [succeeded to the title of his great-uncle, Drummond Smith, in 1816] (married Mary Gosling, 1826); children
Emma Smith (married Rev. James-Edward Austen, 1828); children
Frances ['Fanny'] Smith (married Rev. Richard Seymour, 1834); children
Spencer Smith (married Frances Seymour, 1835); children
Sarah Eliza Smith (married [Sir] Denis Le Marchant, 1835); children
Charlotte Judith Smith (married Rev. Arthur Currie, 1833); children
Drummond Smith (died unmarried)
Maria Louisa Smith (married Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme-Seymour, 1844); children
Jane Austen’s Christmas: The Festive Season in Georgian England. Maria Herbert , 1996