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Abbey, Henry Eugene, 5:276, 5:277n

Abbey Street British school (Bethnal Green), 1:275n, 2:60, 3:123

Abbott, Austin: letters to (1866–70), 3:180

Abbott, Edward: letters to (1881–85), 5:148

Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 3:360, 3:373, 4:361n, 4:402, 4:403n

Abbott, Evelyn, 3:373, 4:253

Abbott, Rev. Jacob, 3:180n

Abbott, Capt. James, 5:280

Abbott, Maj. James, 2:103, 2:104n

Aberdare, Lord. See Bruce, Henry Austin (Lord Aberdare)

Aberdeen, Lord (John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon), 4:380

Abergavenny, Lord, 6:42–43

Abgeordneten Fest (Cologne), 2:438–39, 2:441–42

Abinger, Lord (James Scarlett), 4:43, 4:44n

d’Ablancourt, Nicolas Perrot, 1:xl

Abraham, Ellen Bethell (later, Hawkins): family of, 3:117n; letter from (1829–40), 1:33, 1:34n; letters to (1861–65), 2:391–92; letters to (1876–80), 5:18; mentioned, 3:91; songs of, 2:36

Abraham, Rev. Thomas, 1:34n, 2:392, 3:91, 5:18

Académie Française: mentioned, 2:220; Public Séance of, 1:494–95, 1:497; Swinburne on, 3:177, 3:178n

Academy: on A Bible-reading for Schools, 6:39n; founding of, 3:399n; on Isaiah of Jerusalem, 6:39n; on Literature and Dogma, 4:174n; MA on Renan and reform in, 4:93, 4:95, 4:106, 4:110, 4:112; MA on Senancour in, 3:370, 3:371n; mentioned, 3:382, 3:463, 4:228, 4:415, 4:430; on Mixed Essays, 5:31, 5:34; readership of, 4:112; requests from, 4:181–82; on Selected Poems (1878), 4:436; staff of, 6:275n; on Thomas Arnold’s Beowulf, 4:351–52. See also Appleton, Charles Edward

Achard, Edouard, 2:116

Acland, Herbert Wentworth, 2:264, 2:265n, 3:56, 5:272

Acland, Thomas Dyke, 2:363–65, 2:368n, 3:161

A’Court, Miss (unidentified), 6:293

A’Court, William Henry (Baron Heytesbury, later Holmes-A’Court), 6:293n

Acton, Lord John Emmerich Edward Dalberg, 3:126n; editorship of, 2:175n; on education, 3:125; letters to (1876–80), 5:70–71; mentioned, 2:383, 6:17; visit with, 6:13

Adams, Abigail Brown, 5:362–63

Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 5:336n, 5:363n

Adams, Charles Warren, 5:470n

Adams, F. O., 6:122, 6:123n

Adams, Henry, 6:10, 6:11n

Adams, Henry Brooks, 5:363n, 5:365, 5:366n

Adams, Marian Hooper, 5:365, 5:366n

Adams, Robert Dudley, 5:132n; letters to (1881–85), 5:131–32, 5:154–55, 5:235, 5:273–74

Adams, Sarah Esther Morgan: letters to (1866–70), 3:275

Adams, William Henry Davenport: letters to (1866–70), 3:292; letters to (1876–80), 5:29–30; proposal of, 4:427, 4:432; recommendation for, 5:29–30; wife of, 3:275n

Adderley, Charles Bowyer (Lord Norton): letters to (1876–80), 5:89; mentioned, 3:53, 3:54n, 3:55, 6:42, 6:43n, 6:76

Addison, Joseph, 2:68, 4:400, 4:404, 6:110

“Address to the Wordsworth Society May 2nd 1883” (MA), 5:256, 5:266, 5:267–68, 5:272

Adelaide (queen), 3:152n

Adler, Felix: letters to (1881–85), 5:404

Adolphe William Victor (prince of Schaumberg-Lippe), 6:132n

Adrien, play by, 1:431n

“Adrienne Lecouvreur” (Scribe and Legouvé), 1:377

Aeschylus, 1:17, 3:22n, 5:150n

Aesthetic Society of Jersey City, 5:365, 5:366–68

African American schools, 5:360, 5:362

Aggression bill (papal), 1:194, 1:195, 1:212

Agnes (servant), 5:7

Agnew, Joan, 3:156n

Aidé, Charles Hamilton, 4:373n; letters to (1876–80), 4:373, 5:100, 5:101; letters to (1881–85), 5:470; requests of, 5:250

Airlie, Lord (David William Stanley Ogilvy), 6:261, 6:262n

Airlie, earl of (David Graham Drummond), at Jowett’s dinner, 4:17; mentioned, 5:136n

Airlie, Lady (Henrietta Blanche Stanley), 3:151, 3:152n, 3:162, 5:135, 6:29

Airlie, Lady (Mabell Frances Elizabeth Gore), 6:261, 6:262n, 6:265

Aitchison, John: letters (general), 1:xl; letters to (1871–75), 4:218–19, 4:277, 4:287, 4:288–89, 4:298; letters to (1876–80), 4:305, 4:419, 5:84; letters to (1881–85), 5:165, 5:207, 5:445–46, 6:62; mentioned, 4:146, 4:262, 4:296; position of, 4:147n

Aitken, Mr, 4:81

Akroyd, Charles Henry, 2:53n

Akroyd, Henry, 2:52, 2:53n

“Alaric at Rome” (MA), 6:346

Albany, duke of (Prince Leopold), 5:272, 5:273n, 5:415, 5:429, 5:458, 6:348n

Albert Hall, 4:336n

Albert (prince): biography of, 3:175; death of, 2:110–11, 2:112; on French, 3:437; remembered, 4:443; statue of, 2:451; Tennyson’s lines for, 2:122, 2:123n; tutor of, 3:463n

alcohol, attitude toward, 5:237–38

Alderson family: mentioned, 1:190, 1:191; migration of, 1:342; travels of, 1:104; visits with, 1:139

Alderson, Miss (daughter of Edward Hall), 1:219n

Alderson, Charles Henry, 1:383n; family of, 1:105n; letters to (1881–85), 5:245; mentioned, 2:3, 2:137, 2:143n, 2:371, 3:119; as school inspector, 1:416, 1:417, 3:27, 3:81, 3:145, 3:336–37, 4:23, 5:463, 6:8, 6:60

Alderson, Edward Hall, 1:105n, 1:219n

Alderson, Edward Pakenham, 1:105n

Alderson, Frederick Cecil, 1:342, 1:343n

Alderson, Georgina Drewe, 1:105n

Aldine Press, 5:252

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 5:321n; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1881–85), 5:320, 5:350–51. See also Atlantic Monthly

Aldridge, T., 5:33n

Alexander (banker’s son), 6:319, 6:321n

Alexander (emperor of Russia), 1:324n

Alexander (prince of Bulgaria), 6:131

Alexander, Rev. William (bishop of Derry, later Primate of All Ireland), 3:320–21n; as candidate for position, 4:359; lectures of, 3:23; letters to (1866–70), 3:320; mentioned, 3:356, 4:358; on Merope, 1:388n; Poems sent to, 4:410; visit with, 3:320, 4:330; writings of, 2:11, 2:12n

Alexander Turnbull Library (Wellington, New Zealand), 1:xli

Alexandra (princess of Denmark), 2:195n, 2:197, 2:198

Alexandra (princess of Wales), 4:83, 6:24, 6:236n

Alfieri, Vittorio, 1:369

Alfiero, marquis, 4:334

Alfonso XII (king of Spain), 3:396n

Alford, Fanny Oke Alford, 2:104–5n

Alford, Henry (dean of Canterbury), 2:104–5n; letters to (1861–65), 2:104; mentioned, 3:183, 3:272, 3:389; translations of, 2:109, 2:116

Alfred Club, 1:193n, 1:252n

Alfred William Henry (grand duke of Hesse), 6:89

Algeria, information on, 1:498

Alhambra (theater), 6:249

Alice (princess): anecdote about, 3:392; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:350; death of, 4:443n; Literature and Dogma sent to, 4:157; meeting with, 4:157, 4:159; mentioned, 3:382

Alison, Archibald, 1:122, 1:125n

Allario, Signor (unidentified), 4:236

Allbrett, Clifford, 6:250–51

Allen, Grant, 5:122

Allgemeine Zeitung: on Poems (1855), 1:323, 1:324n

Allingham, William, 3:78n

Allnutt, Anna (Lady Brassey), 6:17, 6:18n

Allon, Eliza Goodman: letters to (1866–70), 3:393–94; mentioned, 6:329–30

Allon, Rev. Henry, 2:193n; at lecture, 4:313; letters to (1861–65), 2:193, 2:470–71; letters to (1866–70), 3:83, 3:295, 3:382; letters to (1871–75), 4:115–16; letters to (1886–88), 6:329–30; mentioned, 3:236n, 6:59; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:439n; visit with, 3:382. See also British Quarterly Review

allopathy, interest in, 2:259

Allott, Kenneth: on Advisory Board, 1:xvii; as “careful reader,” 1:xx; letters dated by, 1:70n; MA poems published by, 1:xxi; on reading lists from diaries, 1:xxxv, 1:177n; on Tom’s emigration, 1:74n; on two Iseults, 1:lvii

Allott, Miriam, 1:xxii–xxiii, 1:lvii

Allou (inspector), 1:457, 1:459n

All Souls’ College: banquet at, 2:213; lodgings at, 2:33, 2:137, 2:143; members of, 2:9n

Alpert, Mr (unidentified), 5:473

Alpine Club, 1:401n, 1:474, 5:250

Althorp, Lord (John Charles Spencer), 5:327, 5:328n

Amabile, Count (unidentified), 2:98

Amadeus (duke of Aosta, king of Spain), 3:445, 3:447

Amberley, Lord (John Russell), 3:264, 3:265n

Ambleside, map of, 3:63. See also Fox How

Ambrose (saint), 3:259

Amelius, 4:273, 4:274n

America: absence of picturesque in, 5:378; bookstores in, 5:396–97; British relations with, 2:107n, 2:113n; cities’ newness in, 5:391; Civil War in, 2:107, 2:166n, 2:367, 3:245n, 5:360, 5:362, 5:380; England compared to, 5:408; fishing in, 6:172, 6:184, 6:197; God and the Bible sold in, 4:298; interest in politics of, 5:457, 6:80. See also specific states

Americans: as authors, 1:258–59; characteristics of, 5:277, 5:327; cultivated groups of, 5:365n; dislike of, 1:91, 1:95, 2:370, 2:431; education of, 2:454; Irish issues and, 6:156, 6:160, 6:165, 6:169–70, 6:172, 6:175–77, 6:192–93, 6:271–72, 6:304; literature of, 2:389; moral lesson for, 2:111, 2:112; national character of, 2:3, 5:425; originality and, 3:73; secession and, 2:49; speculations about, 1:249; sympathies for, 2:111

American tour (1883–84), 5:311–409; assistance on, 5:339; Authors’ Club speech on, 5:316, 5:400n, 5:401, 5:402, 5:403–4; boots purchased on, 5:353–54, 5:374, 6:92, 6:97; Boston reading on, 5:334–35; companions on, 5:292, 5:296; consideration of, 5:232, 5:235, 5:282–85; financial aspects of, 5:299 (see also lectures, payment for); food disputed on, 5:357n; gifts on, 5:349, 5:380, 5:408; Haverhill (Conn.) lecture on, 5:325, 5:329n, 5:331; illnesses on, 5:361, 5:363, 5:364, 5:368, 5:371; Indianapolis visit on, 5:390, 5:394; interviews on, 5:345–46, 5:365n, 5:385–86n, 5:407–8; introductions for, 5:276, 5:298–99, 5:302–3, 5:307; lectures for (general), 5:302, 5:304, 5:305; manager for, 5:288, 5:291, 5:301, 5:306, 5:405 (see also Carte, Richard D’Oyly); Montreal luncheon on, 5:377, 5:393, 5:395–97, 5:398–99, 5:412; plans for, 5:286–88, 5:291–92; poetry readings on, 5:326, 5:334–35, 5:359n, 5:364; preparation for, 5:273, 5:278, 5:281, 5:295, 5:298; Princeton lecture on, 5:325, 5:331, 5:332–33; railway tickets on, 5:381; receptions on, 5:63n; reflections on, 5:401, 5:403n, 5:407–8, 5:411; remembered (general), 5:429; return to England, 5:408–9; Vassar College lecture on, 5:324n, 5:374–75. See also New York City; Servia (Cunard Royal Mail Steamship); specific states

American visit (1886), 6:152–201; arrival in New York, 6:154–55; botanizing and, 6:157, 6:159, 6:161, 6:173–74, 6:181–82, 6:183–84, 6:188, 6:191, 6:193, 6:204; consideration of, 5:370, 5:373, 5:408, 5:420; lectures on (general), 6:135, 6:136, 6:148, 6:154, 6:157, 6:161; plans for, 5:477, 6:45, 6:47, 6:61, 6:106, 6:120, 6:134–36; schedule for, 6:161. See also Aurania (steamer); Umbria (steamer)

Amherst College: description of, 5:351–52; lecture at, 5:345, 5:347, 5:352

Amiel, Henri Frédéric, 6:117

“Amiel” (MA), 6:210, 6:211n, 6:229, 6:301

Amos, Sheldon, 3:266n

Ampère, Jean Jacques, 1:259, 1:260n

“Anarchy and Authority” (MA): mentioned, 3:290; payment for, 3:256; proofs of, 3:270–71; publication of, 3:191, 3:195, 3:286; references in, 3:273, 3:274n; responses to, 3:260, 3:263, 3:274, 3:386–87; writing of, 3:149, 3:150n, 3:156, 3:239, 3:253, 3:256, 3:258, 3:265, 3:269

Anderson, Col. Archer, 5:362, 5:363n

Anderson, Mrs Archer Slidell, 5:362, 5:363n

Anderson, Rev. Charles, 4:197n; letter from, 4:232; letters to (1871–75), 4:196; letters to (1876–80), 4:402, 5:119–20

Anderson, Gen. Joseph Reid, 5:360, 5:361n, 5:362, 5:433, 6:301

Anderson, Mary Evans Pegram, 5:360, 5:361n, 5:362, 5:433, 6:301

Anderson & Anderson, 5:5

Angel, Mr, 2:287n, 2:293, 3:218, 4:120

Angus, Joseph, 5:468–69

Angus, William Craibe: letters to (1881–85), 5:157

anonymity, as detrimental, 1:147

Anstey, Charles Alleyne, 1:3, 1:5n

Anstey, Thomas Chisholm, 1:106n

Anthropological Society, 3:351

Antonelli, Giacomo (cardinal), 2:425, 2:426, 2:427n, 2:428

Aosta, duke of (Amadeus, king of Spain), 3:445, 3:447

Apollinaris Company, Ltd. (wine and spirit merchants), 4:278, 4:279n

Apollinaris Water, 4:279n

“Apollo and Marsyas” (MA), 3:292

Apostles, members of, 1:368n, 1:390n, 1:512n, 2:64n, 2:81n, 2:102n, 2:104n, 2:119n, 3:258n, 4:336n, 5:11n, 5:57n

Appleton, Charles Edward, 3:399n; letters to (1866–70), 3:399; letters to (1871–75), 4:112–13, 4:174, 4:181–82, 4:234–35; letters to (1876–80), 4:344–45; mentioned, 3:463n, 4:228n. See also Academy

Apponyi (son), 4:17

Apponyi, Countess, 3:390

Apponyi, Count Rudolph, 2:269, 2:271n, 3:377, 3:390

Archaeological Institute (Rome), 4:155

Archer, Misses (unidentified), 5:111

architecture, 1:454–55, 1:503–6, 1:518, 2:281n

Argyll, duke of (George Douglas Campbell), 1:384, 2:385, 2:476–77, 3:317, 4:76

aristocracy: in Austria, 2:461–62; disappearance of, 6:8–9; Irish issues and, 6:152; persistence of, 5:118; reflections on, 1:455–56, 2:273–74, 5:327; as repressive element, 3:59; Sand on, 1:330

Aristotle: allusions to, 1:157n; book of, 3:455; quoted, 3:285; reading of, 3:207; reference to, 6:81; on tragedy, 1:374

Armand, Jules, 1:84, 1:86n

Armathwaite Hall, 1:160, 1:165n

Armitstead, George, 5:452n

Armstrong, Richard Acland, 5:156n; letters to (1881–85), 5:155

Armstrong, Thomas, 4:157, 4:158n

Armstrong Browning Library (Waco, Texas), 1:xliii

Arnal, Etienne, 1:436, 1:438n

Arnim, Mme von, 1:496

Arnold, Aldous, 1:65–66n

Arnold, Anne Reed Wilkinson, 6:355n

Arnold, Arthur (Tom’s son): careers considered, 4:333, 4:379, 4:420, 4:423; characteristics of, 3:54, 3:55n; death of, 4:309n, 4:436–37; difficulties with, 4:309

Arnold, Basil (MA’s son): birth of, 3:15n, 3:64–66; burial of, 3:212, 3:215–17; christening of, 3:77, 3:85; clothing of, 3:127; death of, 1:xxviii, 3:211–15, 3:305; health/illnesses of, 3:85, 3:113, 3:119–20, 3:163–64, 3:172, 3:182, 3:186, 3:191, 3:193, 3:197, 3:206, 3:207, 3:210; memorial stone for, 3:236, 3:277; photograph of, 3:213, 3:223, 3:231; remembered, 3:221

Arnold, Caroline Augusta Orlebar (Edward’s wife): death of, 2:8n, 2:47n, 3:192n, 3:213n; illness of, 2:7, 2:48

Arnold, Charles Thomas (“Plug”), 1:65–66n; family of, 3:108, 3:109n; mentioned, 1:64, 1:116, 1:117n, 1:347, 1:405, 3:267, 4:67; Rugby visit and, 3:391; on writing, 2:8

Arnold, Edward Augustus (“Eddy,” “Ted,” Edward’s son): career of, 6:197, 6:210, 6:214, 6:217, 6:220, 6:228, 6:231, 6:236, 6:238, 6:242, 6:249, 6:250, 6:252, 6:280, 6:328, 6:351–52, 6:355; childhood of, 2:41, 2:45, 2:47, 2:48, 2:50–51, 5:187; maid of, 3:2; marriage of, 5:187n; mentioned, 2:138, 2:139n, 2:214, 3:27, 3:100, 5:244, 5:254, 6:62, 6:148, 6:230, 6:261, 6:359. See also Murray’s Magazine

Arnold, Edward Penrose. See Arnold-Forster, Edward Penrose (“Eddy,” “Ted,” William’s son)

Arnold, Edward Penrose (“Didu,” MA’s brother): acquaintances of, 3:341; advice for, 2:135–36; death of, 4:405–6; education of, 1:35, 1:119n, 1:126; family of, 2:41n; health/illnesses of, 1:125, 1:140n, 1:149, 3:241, 3:361, 4:380; as inspector, 1:308, 2:79–80, 2:225, 4:20, 4:23, 5:423; letters (general), 1:xxxiii; letters from (1829–40), 1:13; letters from (1846–50), 1:72–74, 1:104–5, 1:136; letters from (1861–65), 2:465; letters from (1866–70), 3:160, 3:173, 3:217; letters to (1829–40), 1:22–32; letters to (1866–70), 3:161–62; letters to (1871–75), 4:103; marriage of, 1:339; mentioned (1829–40), 1:2, 1:4, 1:7, 1:20–21; mentioned (1841–50), 1:56, 1:69, 1:81, 1:101, 1:118, 1:139, 1:181; mentioned (1851–60), 1:267–68, 1:314.2:3; mentioned (1861–70), 2:66, 2:156, 2:174, 2:216, 2:300, 2:301, 2:304, 2:482, 3:22, 3:26, 3:32, 3:37, 3:96, 3:127, 3:192n, 3:224, 3:418; prince’s visit and, 4:28, 4:29; problems with, 1:liii; pupils of, 1:149; remembered, 4:407, 4:441, 5:308, 5:471; shooting (sport) and, 4:83; siblings of, 1:2–3n; Tom’s career and, 4:244; travels of, 1:104–5, 1:399, 3:68, 3:168, 3:357, 3:361; uncle’s legacy for, 2:150; visits with, 2:50–51, 2:177, 2:207, 2:237–38, 2:358, 3:45, 3:106, 3:224, 3:435, 3:437, 3:438; writings of, 1:498, 1:499n, 2:124, 3:92–93, 3:94; works: “National Education,” 3:93n, 3:94, 3:97

Arnold, Edwin, 4:117n, 5:155n; MA mistaken as, 5:402; translations of, 5:196n; writings of, 4:116, 5:154

Arnold, Eleanor Mary Caroline (“Nelly,” MA’s daughter): American visit (first) and, 5:296, 5:305, 5:405; American visit (second) of, 6:135, 6:137, 6:140, 6:144, 6:148, 6:157, 6:160–61, 6:163, 6:164, 6:171, 6:180, 6:198–201; anecdotes about, 2:447, 2:467, 3:79, 3:158, 3:364, 4:81; birth of, 2:37n, 2:55n; botanizing and, 4:23, 5:307, 6:148, 6:173–74, 6:188, 6:191, 6:222; childhood of, 2:65, 2:75, 2:77, 2:178, 2:201, 2:208, 2:288, 3:64–65, 3:105; clothing and costumes of, 3:105, 3:445, 6:18; cook’s death and, 3:94; dancing and, 4:388, 5:5, 6:13, 6:42–43, 6:104, 6:249, 6:325, 6:338; education of, 3:10, 3:163, 3:182, 3:186, 3:236, 3:276, 3:304, 3:429, 3:433; finances of, 3:7; gifts for, 2:154, 2:189, 3:23–24, 3:218, 5:400; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:109, 2:115–16, 2:117, 2:119, 2:149, 2:173, 2:221, 2:224, 2:233, 2:235–36, 2:291, 2:353, 2:355, 2:381, 2:391, 2:400, 2:407; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:45, 3:172, 3:284, 3:309, 3:311, 3:457; health/illnesses of (1871–75), 4:29, 4:31, 4:51–52, 4:67, 4:88, 4:92, 4:111–12; health/illnesses of (1876–80), 5:127; health/illnesses of (1881–85), 5:460, 6:28, 6:64–65; health/illnesses of (1886–88), 6:144, 6:265; heroes of, 6:218; languages of, 6:121; letters (general), 1:xxxiii; letters from (1881–85), 5:353, 5:369, 5:399, 5:403; letters from (1886–88), 6:89, 6:128; letters to (1866–70), 3:362; letters to (1881–85), 5:316–17, 5:337–38, 5:356–57, 5:359–61, 5:380–81, 5:399–400, 6:86, 6:92–93, 6:97–98; letters to (1886–88), 6:128–30; Lucy’s marriage and, 5:456–57; marriages of, 3:21n, 3:423n; nickname of, 2:281; outings of, 2:177, 2:197, 2:484, 3:436, 4:10, 4:57, 4:59, 4:179, 4:365, 4:379–80, 5:64, 5:176, 5:182, 5:254, 5:439, 6:3, 6:23, 6:24, 6:61, 6:69, 6:211, 6:251–52, 6:261–62, 6:269, 6:319; portraits of, 2:335, 6:163; Stanley memorial and, 5:175; travels of, 2:442, 3:60–61, 3:62, 4:152–55, 5:45, 5:226–27, 5:238, 5:243, 5:249, 5:295, 5:448–50, 6:118–21; visits with Dick and Ella, 6:6, 6:205; works: The Matthew Arnold Birthday Book, 5:246, 5:357, 5:368

Arnold, Ella Ford (Richard’s wife): assistance from, 6:148, 6:153; background of, 5:267; on Dick’s songwriting, 6:167; dinners of, 6:345–46; finances of, 6:4, 6:43; marriage of, 5:215n, 5:434n; mentioned, 5:214, 6:14, 6:190; opinion of, 5:430, 5:476; outings of, 6:40; travels of, 6:358–59; visits with, 5:459, 5:461–62, 5:474, 6:205, 6:241–42, 6:248, 6:324, 6:333

Arnold, Ernest Penrose (Charles’s son), 3:108, 3:109n, 3:391

Arnold, Ethel (Tom’s daughter): birth of, 2:377n, 2:384; on Broughton, 4:327n; Lucy’s wedding and, 5:471; mentioned, 6:67, 6:137, 6:274, 6:357; on stage, 6:231

Arnold, Frances (sister of Thomas Sr.). See Buckland, Frances Arnold (“Fan,” MA’s aunt)

Arnold, Frances Anne Hodgson (“Fanny,” William’s wife), 1:266, 1:267n, 1:333, 1:334n, 1:435

Arnold, Frances Bunsen Trevenen Whately (“Fan,” “Bonze,” MA’s sister): autographs and, 2:35, 2:73, 2:280, 3:18, 3:204, 3:247, 4:25; books for/from, 3:398, 3:443, 4:3, 4:7, 4:8, 4:62; botanizing and, 2:155–56, 3:148, 3:150, 3:155, 3:354, 3:422, 3:429, 3:436, 3:438, 4:19, 4:37, 4:43, 4:155, 4:156, 4:330, 5:106, 5:449, 6:57, 6:161, 6:173–74, 6:181–82, 6:188, 6:193, 6:220; censorship by, 1:xxvii–xxviii; children’s relation to, 2:153; clothing of, 2:206; gifts for/from, 2:400, 2:468, 4:82; health/illnesses of, 2:85, 6:208, 6:211, 6:216, 6:230, 6:245, 6:251, 6:277, 6:282, 6:328; languages of, 2:238; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:liii; letters from (1846–50), 1:170n; letters from (1851–55), 1:170n, 1:203n; letters from (1856–60), 1:448, 2:27; letters from (1861–65), 2:77, 2:447, 2:465; letters from (1866–70), 3:13, 3:60, 3:87; letters from (1888), 6:364; letters to (1841–45), 1:39–41; letters to (1846–50), 1:154; letters to (1856–60), 1:381–82, 1:406–7, 1:463–65, 2:23–25, 2:30–32; letters to (1861–65), 2:91–92, 2:184–85, 2:241–42, 2:326, 2:335–36, 2:415–16, 2:471–72; letters to (1866–70), 3:443–44; letters to (1871–75), 4:153–56, 4:175–76, 4:179–81, 4:220–22, 4:232–33, 4:292–93; letters to (1876), 4:308–9, 4:312–14, 4:315–16, 4:330–31, 4:332–33, 4:334–35; letters to (1877), 4:385–86, 4:387–89; letters to (1878), 4:422–24, 4:440–41; letters to (1879), 5:12–13, 5:21–22, 5:31–33, 5:64–65; letters to (1880), 5:94–95, 5:106–8; letters to (1881), 5:135–36, 5:160–61; letters to (1882), 5:182–83, 5:186–87, 5:238–39; letters to (1883), 5:254–55, 5:306–8, 5:312–14, 5:317–18, 5:321–22, 5:331–32, 5:338–39, 5:351–52, 5:353–55, 5:364–65; letters to (1884), 5:369–71, 5:375–77, 5:378–79, 5:383–84, 5:388–90, 5:394–95, 5:397–99, 5:422–23; letters to (1885), 6:66–67, 6:94–95, 6:100–101, 6:104–5; letters to (1886), 6:112–13, 6:123–24, 6:126–27, 6:131–32, 6:152–55, 6:156–57, 6:162–63, 6:166–68, 6:173–74, 6:180–82, 6:188–91, 6:192–94, 6:196–97, 6:219–21, 6:229–31, 6:244–45; letters to (1887), 6:248–49, 6:268–69, 6:284–85; letters to (1888), 6:362–63; Lucy’s visit and, 6:284–85; on MA’s death, 6:364; mentioned, 1:81, 2:8, 2:42, 2:51, 2:64, 2:90, 2:125, 2:149, 2:171, 2:189, 2:203, 2:236, 2:355, 2:396, 6:148, 6:281; mother’s death and, 4:175–76; photographs of, 2:160, 4:82; requests of, 2:70, 2:467–68, 3:194; Scripture quotations and, 2:128–29; siblings of, 1:2–3n; teaching of, 1:160; Tom’s death and, 3:295; travels of, 3:16, 3:37, 3:284; Walter’s illness and, 6:6, 6:10; works: Heralds of the Cross, 6:283n; on St Ignatius, 6:282

Arnold, Frances Lucy Wightman (“Flu,” MA’s wife): accidents and injuries of, 6:227, 6:228, 6:236, 6:238, 6:242, 6:251; American visit (first) and, 5:296, 5:298, 5:302, 5:303, 5:305, 5:307, 5:312–13, 5:318, 5:328, 5:337, 5:354, 5:364, 5:370, 5:388, 5:392, 5:399, 5:405; American visit (second) and, 6:135, 6:137, 6:140, 6:145, 6:157, 6:160–61, 6:163, 6:198–201; Basil’s illness/death and, 3:206, 3:210–13, 3:214, 3:215–17; book dedicated to, 5:427n; Budge’s death and, 4:97–98, 4:101, 4:102, 4:103, 4:109, 4:113; Caroline’s death and, 4:133, 4:143; censorship by, 1:xix; characteristics of, 2:405, 3:379; clothing of, 2:147, 3:115, 3:223, 6:18; confinements of, 1:318, 1:319, 1:391, 1:409, 2:35, 2:48–49, 2:51, 2:54, 3:15; courtship and marriage of, 1:lv–lvi, 1:173, 1:174n, 1:176n, 1:196, 1:203, 1:209–10n, 1:252, 2:310, 3:48, 4:39, 4:185; diary mentions of, 1:181–87, 1:190–93, 1:195–96, 1:197–201, 1:203–5, 1:208; diary of, 1:xxxix; Dick’s departure for Australia and, 4:440–41; father’s death and, 2:254–55, 2:266; gifts for, 3:397–98, 4:62; granddaughter’s birth and, 6:141–42, 6:174; graves tended by, 3:341; health/illnesses of (1851–55), 1:240, 1:248, 1:266; health/illnesses of (1856–60), 1:392, 1:433, 1:462–63, 1:465, 1:466–67, 1:468–70; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:117, 2:134, 2:140, 2:141–42, 2:145–46, 2:178, 2:231, 2:259, 2:262, 2:294–95, 2:297, 2:300–301, 2:303, 2:305, 2:380–81, 2:382, 2:407; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:35, 3:37, 3:60, 3:62, 3:64–69, 3:71, 3:75, 3:76, 3:85, 3:94, 3:172, 3:181, 3:186, 3:191, 3:193, 3:309, 3:311, 3:349, 3:352, 3:353–54, 3:355, 3:389–90; health/illnesses of (1871–75), 4:51, 4:88, 4:92, 4:93, 4:122; health/illnesses of (1876–80), 4:423; health/illnesses of (1881–85), 6:28, 6:64; health/illnesses of (1886–88), 6:265, 6:268, 6:272; inheritance for, 1:xxvi–xxvii; as Iseult, 1:lvii; languages of, 3:356, 6:121; letters (general), 1:xxxiii–xxxiv, 1:xlii, 1:xliii, 1:lxxiv–lxxv; letters from (1851–55), 1:214–15, 1:216–17, 1:218–19, 1:220–22, 1:223–26; letters from (1856–60), 1:352–53, 1:389, 1:435–36; letters from (1861–65), 2:57, 2:77–79, 2:341, 2:348–49; letters from (1866–70), 3:10–11, 3:362, 3:364; letters from (1876–80), 5:6–7; letters from (1881–85), 5:368–69, 5:458–59; letters to (1846–50), 1:179; letters to (1851–55), 1:194, 1:227–28, 1:241–42, 1:251, 1:255–57, 1:260, 1:286, 1:290, 1:295–96, 1:311–12, 1:323–24; letters to (1856–60), 1:393–400, 1:441–42, 1:443–45, 1:448–50, 1:451–52, 1:492–93, 1:494–96; letters to (1861–65), 2:126, 2:129–30, 2:132–33, 2:225, 2:405–6, 2:408–10, 2:417–20, 2:422–24, 2:432–34; letters to (1866–70), 3:41–42; letters to (1876–80), 4:363–66, 5:42, 5:47–49, 5:105, 5:108–14, 5:127–28; letters to (1881–85), 5:152, 5:226–27, 5:230–31, 5:267–68, 5:272–73, 6:56–57, 6:82–83, 6:85, 6:88–92, 6:98–99; letters to (1886–88), 6:124–26, 6:128, 6:141–42, 6:143–44, 6:306–7; Lucy’s marriage and, 5:456–57, 5:459, 5:476; MA’s death and, 6:364; MA’s writing and, 2:379; mother’s death and, 4:30–31; mothers’ meetings and, 6:323; obituary of, 1:lvi; outings of, 3:164, 3:343, 3:364, 3:426, 3:436, 3:457, 3:460, 4:22, 4:47, 4:88, 5:33, 6:23, 6:261–62; portraits of, 6:43; reading of, 3:313, 6:340; Stanley memorial and, 5:175; teaching of, 2:236, 3:163; Tommaso’s stay and, 3:326; Tom’s death and, 3:293–300, 3:301, 3:303–4, 3:314, 3:319; Tom’s injury and, 3:281, 3:282; travels of, 1:403, 1:475–76, 2:227, 2:337, 2:439, 2:442, 2:450, 2:456, 3:138, 3:375, 5:45, 6:118–21; tribute to, 6:221, 6:222n

Arnold, Frances Trevenen (MA’s sister), 1:10n, 1:11

Arnold, Francis (Tom’s son), 5:252, 5:471, 6:29, 6:355, 6:355n

Arnold, Henrietta Whately Wale, 1:60, 1:74n, 1:166n, 5:163, 5:230, 5:238

Arnold, Jane Martha. See Forster, Jane Martha Arnold (“K,” MA’s sister)

Arnold, Julia (later, Huxley; Tom’s daughter), 6:31n, 6:32

Arnold, Julia Sorell (Tom’s wife): assistance for, 3:48, 3:49; confinements of, 3:195; death of, 6:361n; health/illnesses of, 2:286, 4:380, 4:429, 4:436, 4:437, 5:90, 5:252, 5:471, 5:476, 6:231, 6:274, 6:313, 6:325, 6:328, 6:355, 6:357, 6:359; letter from, 3:284; letters to (1876–80), 4:304; in London, 2:54, 2:61; marriage and family of, 1:178n, 4:245; mentioned, 2:113, 2:146, 2:312, 2:374, 3:16, 3:33, 3:191, 3:418, 4:88, 4:103, 4:237, 5:437, 6:67, 6:137; sister of, 2:118n; travels of, 2:337

Arnold, Lucy (later, Selwyn; Tom’s daughter), 2:120–21n, 6:363

Arnold, Lucy Charlotte. See Whitridge, Lucy Charlotte Arnold (“LuLu,” MA’s daughter)

Arnold, Lydia (later, Lambart, Lady Cavan, sister of Thomas Sr.), 1:21n, 1:46, 1:80, 1:351, 2:124n

Arnold, Martha Delafield (MA’s grandmother), 1:1–2n, 1:380n

Arnold, Martha (“Patty,” MA’s aunt; later, Ward), 1:21, 1:22n, 1:35, 1:47n, 1:158, 2:35n

Arnold, Mary. See Hayes, Mary Arnold Twining Hiley (“Small Wild Cat,” “Bacco,” MA’s sister)

Arnold, Mary Augusta (Tom’s daughter). See Ward, Mary Augusta Arnold (Thomas’s wife, MA’s niece)

Arnold, Mary Penrose (MA’s mother): books of, 3:458; children of, 1:1–2n, 1:11; death of, 1:52n, 4:175–78; gifts for/from, 2:257, 2:468, 4:88–89, 4:137; health/illnesses of, 1:35, 2:50, 2:176, 2:261, 3:1, 3:3, 3:5, 3:96, 4:80, 4:82, 4:88, 4:93; letters (general), 1:xxviii–xxix, 1:xxxii–xxxiii, 1:xli–xlii, 1:xliv, 1:lii; letters from (1829–40), 1:3–4, 1:7, 1:9, 1:22, 1:32–34; letters from (1841–50), 1:47n, 1:114, 1:142–43; letters from (1851–60), 1:203, 1:209, 1:392–93, 2:4; letters from (1861–70), 2:231, 2:387–88, 3:173, 3:298; letters to (1829–40), 1:13–14, 1:14–16, 6:367; letters to (1841–45), 1:58–60; letters to (1846–50), 1:71, 1:72–74, 1:79–80, 1:91, 1:101, 1:104–5, 1:136, 1:139–40, 1:144–45, 1:146–48, 1:149–50, 1:153; letters to (1851–55), 1:240–41, 1:248, 1:265–66, 1:267–68, 1:296–97, 1:300–301, 1:304–5, 1:312–13, 1:315, 1:317–18, 1:320–21; letters to (1856), 1:339, 1:346–47; letters to (1857), 1:350–51, 1:352–53, 1:357–58; letters to (1858), 1:370–71, 1:378–79, 1:387–88, 1:389, 1:390–92, 1:404–5, 1:408–9; letters to (1859), 1:412–15, 1:423–25, 1:432–33, 1:435–36, 1:446–47, 1:460–61, 1:466–68, 1:475–77, 1:481–82, 1:489–90, 1:493–94, 1:497–98, 1:507–8, 1:511–12, 1:514–15, 1:518–20; letters to (1860), 2:2–3, 2:4–5, 2:6–8, 2:16–19, 2:21–23, 2:27–29, 2:32–33, 2:35–36, 2:40–41, 2:42–43, 2:44–46; letters to (1861), 2:46–47, 2:50–51, 2:54–55, 2:57–58, 2:61–62, 2:64–67, 2:69–71, 2:72–75, 2:77–79, 2:81–82, 2:85–86, 2:89–90, 2:93–96, 2:97–102, 2:106–7, 2:108–11; letters to (1862), 2:115–19, 2:122–26, 2:127–29, 2:131–32, 2:134–38, 2:140–42, 2:144–48, 2:149–50, 2:152–54, 2:155–57, 2:158–63, 2:164–66, 2:168–69, 2:170–74; letters to (1863), 2:176–79, 2:181–82, 2:186–87, 2:188–91, 2:194, 2:196–97, 2:199–200, 2:201–3, 2:204–5, 2:206–9, 2:213–14, 2:216–17, 2:218–19, 2:220–22, 2:224–25, 2:227–28, 2:233–34, 2:235–36, 2:237–38, 2:240–41, 2:244–45, 2:247–48, 2:251–53, 2:254–55, 2:257–59; letters to (1864), 2:261–62, 2:264–67, 2:269–71, 2:275–76, 2:280–83, 2:285–86, 2:287–88, 2:289–90, 2:291–92, 2:294–96, 2:297–98, 2:300–303, 2:304–5, 2:309–10, 2:321–22, 2:327–28, 2:329–30, 2:333–34, 2:337–38, 2:341–42, 2:352–53, 2:354–55, 2:357–58; letters to (1865), 2:370–72, 2:375–76, 2:380–81, 2:384–85, 2:389–90, 2:392–94, 2:395–96, 2:397–98, 2:400–401, 2:404–5, 2:406–7, 2:411–12, 2:420–21, 2:424–27, 2:434–37, 2:440–42, 2:445–48, 2:455–57, 2:465–68, 2:474–75, 2:476–77, 2:478–79, 2:482–84; letters to (1866), 3:2, 3:7–9, 3:11, 3:12–16, 3:17–18, 3:19–20, 3:22–23, 3:26–27, 3:30–33, 3:36–39, 3:44–45, 3:47–48, 3:50–52, 3:54–55, 3:56–57, 3:58–59, 3:60–61, 3:62–63, 3:64–65, 3:67–69, 3:71–72, 3:83–85, 3:87–88, 3:89–90, 3:91–94, 3:95–98, 3:99–100; letters to (1867), 3:102–3, 3:104–9, 3:110–11, 3:112–13, 3:114–17, 3:118–20, 3:126–30, 3:132–34, 3:137–38, 3:148–49, 3:150–51, 3:154–55, 3:157–58, 3:159–60, 3:163–64, 3:165–66, 3:167–69, 3:172–73, 3:182–83, 3:186–87, 3:190–91, 3:193–94, 3:195–97, 3:198–99, 3:201–2, 3:206–7; letters to (1868), 2:236–37, 3:212–13, 3:216–17, 3:220–21, 3:223–24, 3:226–27, 3:230–31, 3:233–34, 3:239–40, 3:241–42, 3:242–43, 3:247–48, 3:255–57, 3:258–59, 3:260–61, 3:263–64, 3:265–66, 3:268–69, 3:273–74, 3:276–77, 3:283–84, 3:287–88, 3:295–96, 3:300–301, 3:303–4, 3:305–6; letters to (1869), 3:307–12, 3:313–14, 3:315–17, 3:319–20, 3:323–24, 3:329–30, 3:337–38, 3:340–41, 3:342–44, 3:346–47, 3:348–50, 3:351–58, 3:361–62, 3:364–65, 3:366–68, 3:369–71, 3:372–73, 3:374–75, 3:377–80, 3:382–83, 3:384–86, 3:389–92, 3:394–95, 3:397–98; letters to (1870), 3:400–401, 3:403–4, 3:417–18, 3:421–23, 3:425–26, 3:428–29, 3:433–34, 3:435–36, 3:438–39, 3:444–48, 3:450–52, 3:453–55, 3:456–59, 3:460–62; letters to (1871), 4:1–2, 4:3–4, 4:6–9, 4:10–12, 4:13–14, 4:16–18, 4:19–20, 4:22–23, 4:25, 4:26–27, 4:28–29, 4:30–32, 4:36–37, 4:39–40, 4:42–44, 4:46–52, 4:54–55, 4:58–60, 4:61–62, 4:64–65, 4:67–69, 4:72–73, 4:75–77, 4:80–81, 4:82–83; letters to (1872), 4:88–90, 4:92–93, 4:95, 4:97–98, 4:102–3, 4:105–6, 4:108–9, 4:111–12, 4:137–38; letters to (1873), 4:151–53; on MA’s childhood, 1:xlviii; mentioned, 1:1, 1:67, 1:81; remembered, 4:176–78, 4:220–21, 5:467, 6:124; On the Study of Celtic Literature sent to, 3:149; travels of, 1:23–32; visits with, 2:258–59; Wordsworth family and, 1:63–64. See also Fox How

Arnold, Matthew (“Crab”): accidents and injuries of, 1:32–34, 3:202, 3:206, 3:221, 3:227, 3:264, 3:308, 6:197, 6:198n, 6:367; autographs of, 2:472, 3:47, 3:230, 5:387, 6:124, 6:289n, 6:351; Cambridge degree for, 5:202–3, 5:204; characteristics of, 1:lii–liii, 1:lvi–lx; clothing of, 4:85, 5:353–54, 5:374, 6:92, 6:97; committee testimony of, 2:321; death of, 6:364; education of, 1:35; elocution lessons for, 5:236n, 5:328, 5:331, 5:338, 5:348, 5:457, 5:459; haircut for, 6:121–22; handwriting of, 1:xxii, 1:xxvi, 1:lxxii–lxxv, 4:280; health/illnesses of (1822–50), 1:20, 1:24–25, 1:31, 1:139; health/illnesses of (1851–55), 1:289, 1:297; health/illnesses of (1856–60), 1:337, 2:4, 2:46; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:57, 2:59, 2:61, 2:62, 2:93, 2:97–98, 2:118, 2:151, 2:261, 2:383, 2:384, 2:424–25; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:35, 3:37, 3:45, 3:84–85, 3:104, 3:106, 3:111, 3:254, 3:255–56, 3:300, 3:301, 3:311, 3:313, 3:363, 3:375, 3:400–401, 3:403, 3:418, 3:421–22, 3:428, 3:458; health/illnesses of (1871–75), 4:11, 4:48–49, 4:129, 4:133, 4:265; health/illnesses of (1876–80), 4:331, 4:332–33, 4:380, 5:21, 5:92; health/illnesses of (1881–85), 5:137, 5:230, 5:237, 5:361, 5:363, 5:364, 5:368, 5:371, 5:438, 5:449, 5:461, 5:470, 6:36–37, 6:38, 6:41, 6:47, 6:64, 6:100; health/illnesses of (1886–88), 6:190, 6:191–92, 6:193, 6:198n, 6:205, 6:210, 6:238, 6:256, 6:260–61, 6:276, 6:277, 6:282, 6:300, 6:304, 6:305, 6:358–59; languages of, 1:lxi, 1:114, 2:44–45, 4:82, 4:89, 5:112, 6:8, 6:16, 6:70, 6:82, 6:83, 6:86, 6:90, 6:93, 6:97, 6:100, 6:127; legacy of, 1:xiii–xv, 1:lvi–lx; as Liberal Anglican, 6:334; on list of academicians, 6:262n; marriage of, 1:lv–lvi, 1:209–10n, 2:310, 3:48, 4:39, 4:185; as member of Governing Body of Owens College, 3:432, 3:433–34, 3:435; nicknames of, 1:396, 1:450, 6:241; occupations of, 1:70n, 1:72n, 1:73, 3:355; Order of Commander of the Crown of Italy for, 4:29; Oriel fellowship for, 1:65n, 1:66–67; Oxford degree for, 3:416, 3:417–18, 3:422, 3:423, 3:424, 3:425–26; passport of, 4:144; on personal accomplishments, 5:72–73; portraits and caricatures of, 1:350, 2:64n, 2:100, 2:101n, 2:109, 2:112, 2:140, 3:61, 3:208, 3:237, 4:34–35, 4:66, 4:67, 4:68n, 4:86–87, 4:92, 4:94, 4:95, 4:382, 4:394, 4:433–35, 5:72, 5:140, 5:144, 5:200, 5:247, 5:418, 5:436, 6:14, 6:18, 6:22, 6:26, 6:29, 6:38, 6:43, 6:163, 6:175, 6:354; professorship of, 1:353–54, 1:356, 1:357–58, 1:359–60, 3:50, 3:90, 3:91n, 3:101, 3:139, 3:147, 4:356–59, 6:70–72, 6:73–74, 6:77, 6:78; Royal Literary Fund pension for, 5:287, 5:289–91, 5:295, 5:296, 5:297; siblings of, 1:2–3n; symbols used by, 1:xxxvi–xxxvii, 1:523–24. See also Byron House (Harrow); Chester Square house; Inspector of Schools; Pains Hill Cottage (Cobham, Surrey); specific works

Arnold, Meggie, 3:391

Arnold, Minnie Margaret Wakefield, 5:187n, 6:211, 6:252, 6:261, 6:355, 6:359

Arnold, Nelly (Walter’s daughter), 6:249n

Arnold, Richard Penrose (“sweet King,” “Dicky,” “Diddy,” MA’s son): accidents and injuries of, 4:316, 4:317, 4:344; advice for, 4:149; American visit (first) and, 5:305, 5:312; American visit (second) and, 6:144; anecdotes about, 1:390–91; appointment for, 5:173n, 5:214–15; assistance from, 6:148, 6:153; Australian position and, 4:429, 4:433–36, 4:439–41, 5:130, 5:154–55, 5:224; Basil’s death and, 3:211, 3:216; billiards with, 4:297; birth of, 1:299n, 1:320n; botanizing and, 4:23; Budge’s death and, 4:103; careers considered, 4:414–15, 5:430, 6:355; characteristics of, 1:414, 1:489, 2:3, 2:78, 2:172, 2:190–91, 3:97, 4:80, 4:179–80, 4:191, 5:254; childhood of, 1:357, 1:374, 1:406, 2:36, 2:74, 2:116, 2:134; Civil Service Commission examination and, 5:207, 5:208, 5:211, 5:214; clothing and costumes of, 3:52, 3:104; condolences paid by, 4:310; dinners of, 6:345–46; education (general), 1:474, 2:137–38, 2:341, 2:355, 3:163, 3:236, 4:308–9, 4:344; education at Balliol, 4:224, 4:229, 4:230, 4:237, 4:250–51, 4:253, 4:263, 4:264–65; education at Harrow, 3:214, 3:274, 3:276, 3:288, 3:304, 3:309, 3:338, 3:366, 3:372, 3:378, 3:382, 3:403, 3:429, 3:444–45, 3:459, 4:29, 4:62, 4:72–73, 4:108, 4:112, 4:179; education at Miss Leech’s, 2:140, 2:179, 2:189, 2:234; education at Mrs Dunn’s, 3:9; education at St Leonard’s, 4:201, 4:206, 4:251, 4:265; education at St Peter’s, 3:64, 3:127, 3:186; examinations and, 4:223, 4:224, 4:436; finances of, 2:45, 5:82, 5:410, 5:413, 6:4, 6:43; fishing with, 3:26, 3:148, 3:158, 3:260, 3:263–64, 3:352, 3:353, 4:14, 4:17, 4:18, 4:23, 4:214, 6:40, 6:43, 6:148; Flu’s relation to, 2:456; on Fox How, 3:357, 3:361, 3:433, 4:81; George Russell compared to, 1:xvii; gifts for/from, 3:90, 3:452, 6:241; godfather of, 1:327; health/illnesses of (birth to 1860), 1:346, 1:350–51, 1:356, 1:388, 1:393, 1:409, 1:470; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:54, 2:57–58, 2:91–92, 2:94, 2:117, 2:165, 2:221, 2:235–36, 2:291–92, 2:381, 2:391; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:94, 3:172, 3:311, 3:313; health/illnesses of (1871–75), 4:67, 4:109; health/illnesses of (1876–80), 4:341; home of, 6:288, 6:289, 6:290, 6:345; iceskating with, 1:515, 1:516, 3:462, 4:2, 6:248; as inspector, 6:22, 6:202, 6:205–6, 6:274–75; letters (general), 1:xxxiii; letters from (1861–65), 2:78–79, 2:276, 2:400, 2:410; letters from (1876–80), 5:4–5, 5:77; letters to (1861–65), 2:77, 2:233–34, 2:348–49, 2:371, 2:475; letters to (1866–70), 3:10–11; letters to (1876–80), 5:123–24; letters to (1881–85), 5:462–63, 6:11–12, 6:36–37, 6:67–68; marriage of, 5:434n; musical interest of, 3:460, 4:76, 4:83, 4:335, 4:336n, 4:374, 6:167; outings of, 2:8, 2:40, 2:47, 2:102, 2:118–19, 2:154, 2:177, 2:179, 2:197, 2:199–200, 2:206–7, 2:375, 3:2, 3:148, 3:202, 3:257, 3:268–69, 3:375, 3:400, 3:429, 3:460, 4:42–43, 4:140–41, 4:348, 4:388; portraits of, 2:140; racquet playing of, 3:366; reader for, 4:272; recommendation for, 4:418; school inspections and, 3:163; school sports and, 4:65, 4:67, 4:150; sibling relations and, 2:483; stay at Smith’s, 4:125–26, 4:133, 4:151, 4:157, 4:201; Tom’s death and, 3:296; travels of, 1:482, 1:512, 2:17, 2:19, 2:22, 2:201–2, 2:205, 2:224, 2:261, 2:288, 2:303, 2:304–5, 2:337, 2:442, 3:168, 4:46–48, 4:154–55, 4:157, 6:358–59; visits with, 3:123, 5:230–31, 5:459, 5:461–62, 5:474, 6:104, 6:112, 6:241–42, 6:244, 6:248, 6:324, 6:333

Arnold, Sarah Anne Blissett, 1:liv–lv, 3:61n, 4:160n, 6:249

Arnold, Susanna (sister of Thomas Sr.): death of, 1:11, 1:14; mentioned, 1:3n, 1:4, 1:7, 1:12, 1:18

Arnold, Susanna Elizabeth Lydia. See Cropper, Susanna Elizabeth Lydia Arnold (“Babbat Apbook,” “Susy,” MA’s sister)

Arnold, Theodore (Tom’s son), 1:168n, 3:49, 3:445, 4:237, 4:290, 4:352

Arnold, Thomas (MA’s father), 1:1–2n; acquaintances of, 1:32n, 4:311; American attitudes toward, 5:321, 5:328, 5:339, 5:362; articles and books on, 1:347n, 1:379, 3:199; autographs/handwriting of, 1:389, 2:237, 2:282, 2:285, 2:400, 2:424, 3:22, 3:218, 3:262, 4:276, 5:477; biography of, 1:xxxviii, 1:365–66, 2:145, 4:108–9, 4:110n, 5:174, 5:244, 6:257; birth and birthplace of, 1:21n, 3:260n; on Cameron’s stories, 1:341–42n; characteristics of, 2:358; copyright issues and, 5:214; death of, 1:48n, 3:397; finances of, 1:74n; as influence, 2:474; influences on, 3:8n; on Irish church, 3:256; lectures of, 1:46–47n, 3:461; legacy of, 1:50, 2:265, 2:281, 3:379, 4:28; letters (general), 1:xxxix, 1:xl–xli, 1:xlii, 1:304; letters from (1829–40), 1:1–2, 1:4, 1:5–7, 1:7–9, 1:10–12, 1:22, 3:180n; letters from (1841–45), 1:45–46; letters to (1829–40), 1:14–16, 6:367; library of, 1:xl; maps of, 2:149, 2:424, 2:425; MA’s relationship with, 1:xv; namesakes of, 2:411; Oriel fellowship for, 1:67; portraits of, 1:407, 3:7, 3:105, 3:230–31, 3:232n, 3:305, 5:32, 5:33n; quoted, 3:273, 3:314, 4:51; remembered, 2:74, 2:86, 2:100, 2:145, 2:236, 2:259, 2:292, 2:421, 2:436, 2:479, 2:484, 3:85, 3:166, 3:168, 3:196, 3:207, 3:258–59, 3:287–88, 3:305, 3:349, 3:352, 3:358, 3:392, 4:55, 4:176, 4:181n, 4:293, 6:61, 6:67, 6:124, 6:285, 6:368; reputation of, 1:xlv, 2:5, 2:11; school of, 1:xxx, 1:3n; teachings of, 1:81, 1:461, 2:349, 3:18, 3:317; travels of, 1:23–32, 1:37–45; writings of, 1:59, 1:264, 1:498, 2:172, 2:264–65, 3:256, 3:385; works: The Christian Life, 1:53n; History of Rome, 5:214, 5:215n; Postscript to Principles of Church Reform, 1:47n; Sermons, 4:390, 4:391n; Thomas Arnold’s Traveling Journals, 1:264, 1:265n; Two Sermons, 1:53n

Arnold, Thomas (“Prawn,” MA’s brother): acquaintances of, 1:67–68n; books of, 2:112, 3:455; careers considered for, 1:72n, 2:373–74, 2:375–77, 2:383, 2:385, 2:390, 2:392, 2:400, 3:58, 3:255, 3:271–72, 4:17–18, 4:109, 4:237, 4:244–45, 4:246–47, 4:289, 4:304, 4:330, 5:28, 5:89, 5:200–201, 5:252, 5:422–23, 6:220; education of, 1:35; finances of, 3:294; gifts for, 3:187, 3:194–95, 5:471; health/illnesses of, 2:250, 2:282, 3:13; on Lawley brothers, 1:167–68n; letters (general), 1:xxxi, 1:xxxiii, 1:xlix, 1:lxxii, 1:59, 1:85n; letters from (1829–40), 1:13; letters from (1841–45), 1:39–41; letters from (1846–50), 1:153; letters from (1871–75), 4:33; letters from (1886–88), 6:189; letters to (1829–40), 1:22; letters to (1846–50), 1:81, 1:83–85, 1:96–97, 1:106–7, 1:114, 1:122–25, 1:142–43, 1:145–46, 1:155, 1:158–64, 1:166, 1:170, 1:175, 1:180–81; letters to (1851–55), 1:203, 1:209, 1:211–12, 1:308–9, 1:316; letters to (1856–60), 1:359–60, 1:368–70, 1:385, 1:392–93, 1:415, 2:4, 2:20–21, 2:25–27; letters to (1861–65), 2:60–61, 2:112–13, 2:120, 2:154–55, 2:166–67, 2:174–75, 2:198–99, 2:222, 2:250–51, 2:286, 2:312, 2:347–48, 2:373–74, 2:376–77, 2:382–84, 2:385–86, 2:388, 2:469–70; letters to (1866–70), 3:4–5, 3:49, 3:121–22, 3:141, 3:173, 3:194–95, 3:207–8, 3:253, 3:254–55, 3:260, 3:271–72, 3:293–94, 3:298, 3:325–26, 3:455; letters to (1871–75), 4:69–70, 4:162–64, 4:183–84, 4:194, 4:206–7, 4:226–27, 4:236–37, 4:244–45, 4:246–47, 4:289–90; letters to (1876–80), 4:351–52, 4:436–37; letters to (1881–85), 5:200–201, 5:214–15, 5:251–52, 5:342–43, 5:437, 5:471–72, 6:15, 6:30–31; letters to (1886–88), 6:136–37, 6:231–32, 6:312–13, 6:357, 6:361, 6:364; marriage and family of, 1:166n, 1:178n, 1:207, 3:109n; on MA’s courtship, 1:176n; mentioned, 1:1–2, 1:4, 1:7, 1:10, 1:35, 1:36, 1:69, 1:155, 1:482, 2:117, 2:284, 2:330, 3:33, 3:418, 5:93, 5:95, 6:274; papers of, 1:xli; positions for, 1:72–74, 1:77, 1:167, 1:349n, 1:351, 2:73, 2:74n, 2:120, 2:124, 2:125, 2:286, 2:373, 5:201; pupils of, 2:455, 3:271–72, 3:274, 3:325; religious views of, 1:liii, 1:63n, 1:310n, 2:259, 2:260n, 2:376n, 3:58, 4:301n; Rugby visit of, 3:391–92; siblings of, 1:2–3n; travels of, 1:23–32, 1:37–45, 2:333–35, 2:337, 4:436; visits with, 2:282, 2:286, 3:16, 3:54, 3:106, 4:88, 4:313; writings of, 2:175; works: Beowulf (translation), 4:237, 4:351–52; “The Colonization of Northumbria,” 2:312n; A Manual of English Literature, 2:98, 2:99n, 2:118, 2:154–55, 2:166–67, 2:168, 2:184, 2:185n, 2:199; Passages in a Wandering Life, 1:74n, 1:142n, 4:398n; “Recent Novel Writing,” 2:347, 2:348n, 2:483, 2:484, 3:4; “Reminiscences of New Zealand,” 2:43, 2:60–61, 2:78; “Revival of the Faculties at Oxford,” 4:33; “Short History,” 3:141, 3:142; “The Wycliff MS,” 3:325, 3:326n

Arnold, Thomas (“Toddy,” MA’s son): accidents and injuries of, 3:281, 3:282, 3:284, 3:287, 3:288, 3:290; anecdotes about, 1:301–2, 1:352–53, 1:356; birth of, 1:239n; childhood of, 1:295, 1:297, 1:317–18, 1:319, 1:321, 1:350–51, 1:357, 1:406, 2:116, 2:261, 2:321–22, 3:54; clothing and costumes of, 3:100, 3:104–5; death of, 1:xxviii, 1:xxix, 3:293–300, 3:303, 3:305, 3:314; education (general), 2:123, 2:154, 2:182, 2:189, 2:202, 2:234, 2:349–50, 3:9, 3:163, 3:236; education at Harrow, 3:214, 3:223, 3:274, 3:276; education at Miss Leech’s, 2:179; education at St Peter’s, 3:10, 3:13, 3:20, 3:64, 3:127, 3:186; during Flu’s confinement, 2:49, 2:51; Flu’s relation to, 2:140, 2:142, 3:294–98; gift for, 2:113–14; health/illnesses of (birth to 1860), 1:248, 1:262, 1:265, 1:305, 1:346, 1:348, 1:364, 1:382, 1:387–88, 1:390–91, 1:393, 1:409, 1:420, 1:423–25, 1:426–27, 1:470, 1:474, 1:511, 1:515, 1:519, 2:4, 2:7, 2:30, 2:36, 2:40; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:57, 2:74–75, 2:77, 2:85, 2:107, 2:108–9, 2:162, 2:165, 2:221–22, 2:235–36, 2:241, 2:291, 2:357–58, 2:381, 2:391, 2:395; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:45, 3:104, 3:113, 3:116, 3:119, 3:126, 3:172; journal entries of, 2:437, 2:440, 2:443, 2:444–45, 2:448, 2:449–50, 2:463–65; letters from (1856–60), 1:517, 1:519; letters from (1861–65), 2:228; letters to (1856–60), 1:472, 1:517–18; letters to (1861–65), 2:108, 2:200–201, 2:306–7; MA’s relation to, 1:316, 1:341; memorial stone for, 3:304, 3:314; musical interest of, 3:276, 3:294, 3:298, 3:345, 3:346, 3:357; name of, 1:240; outings of, 2:47, 2:119, 2:177, 2:179, 2:206–7, 2:216, 3:268–69; remembered, 6:125; riding of, 2:341; sibling relations and, 2:483; as spoiled, 1:268; travels of, 1:349n, 2:16–17, 2:19, 2:22, 2:437, 2:440, 2:442, 2:450, 2:463–65, 2:466, 3:27, 3:32; writings of, 2:40

Arnold, Trevenen William (“Budge,” MA’s son): accidents and injuries of, 4:7; anecdotes about, 1:336, 1:341, 1:346, 1:352–53, 1:356, 1:392, 1:403, 1:411; Basil’s death and, 3:216; behavior of, 2:228, 2:258–59, 2:266, 3:41; birth of, 1:299n; childhood of, 1:297, 1:302, 1:318, 1:321, 1:351, 1:357, 1:364, 1:390–91, 1:406, 1:489, 2:36, 2:74, 2:116; clothing and costumes of, 3:104; death of, 1:xxviii–xxix, 4:97–104, 4:121, 4:126, 6:250; education (general), 2:96, 2:123, 2:137, 2:281, 2:400, 3:9, 3:64, 3:129, 3:173, 3:186; education at Dr. Vincent’s, 2:394, 3:57, 3:95; education at Harrow, 3:214, 3:274, 3:276, 3:284, 3:288, 3:304, 3:309, 3:338, 3:366, 3:372, 3:378, 3:395, 3:403, 3:429, 3:444–45, 3:447, 3:459, 4:29, 4:37, 4:39, 4:62, 4:72–73; education at Laleham, 2:159, 2:188–89, 2:197, 2:202, 2:208, 2:218–19, 2:224, 2:234, 2:236, 2:257–58, 2:283, 2:327, 2:341, 2:381; education at Miss Leech’s, 2:138, 2:140, 2:179, 2:182; education at Rugby School, 2:368, 2:371, 3:100, 3:103, 3:107–8, 3:160, 3:165, 3:201–2, 3:206, 3:208, 3:267n; education at St Peter’s, 4:212n; finances of, 3:7; football and, 3:366, 4:67; on Fox How, 3:433; gifts for, 2:468, 4:444; godfather of, 1:168n, 1:327; health/illnesses of, 1:305, 1:316, 1:339, 1:388, 1:393, 1:409, 1:470, 2:33, 2:54, 2:77, 2:85, 2:165, 3:23, 3:27, 3:193, 3:311, 3:349; iceskating with, 1:515, 1:516; letters from (1861–65), 2:395; letters from (1866–70), 3:110–11, 3:163, 3:190; letters from (1871–75), 4:47; letters to (1861–65), 2:94; letters to (1866–70), 3:112, 3:370; MA’s relation to, 1:348–49, 1:470; outings of, 2:8, 2:40, 2:47, 2:118–19, 2:154, 2:177, 2:179, 2:375, 3:2, 3:268–69, 3:374, 3:400, 3:460, 4:10–11, 4:80; preparations for Army Staff Corps, 4:19–20; remembered, 4:96, 5:466; sibling relations and, 2:483; Tom’s death and, 3:296, 3:304; travels of, 1:511, 2:17, 2:19, 2:22, 2:261–62, 2:334, 2:336, 2:442

Arnold, Walter Thomas (“Quid,” “Corus,” MA’s brother): in America, 5:370, 5:371n; autographs and, 2:451; Basil’s death and, 3:216; Budge’s death and, 4:98; career of, 2:67n, 2:74; departure of, 1:84; education of, 2:107n; financial concerns and, 2:45, 2:66, 3:368n; health/illnesses of, 3:84, 3:85, 3:92, 3:112, 4:233, 5:467, 6:6, 6:10, 6:15, 6:18, 6:25, 6:43; languages of, 3:452; letters (general), 1:xxxiii; letters to (1871–75), 4:158–60; letters to (1876–80), 4:389; letters to (1881–85), 5:402–3; marriage of, 1:liv–lv, 3:33, 3:61, 4:160n; mentioned, 1:35, 1:69, 1:267, 1:476, 2:106, 2:228, 2:231, 2:390, 3:7, 3:20, 3:56, 3:57, 3:62–63, 3:64, 3:195, 3:418, 3:459, 4:43, 4:309, 5:239, 5:307, 6:132, 6:153, 6:191, 6:194, 6:197, 6:244, 6:249, 6:269; party of, 6:345; Rugby visit of, 3:392; as sailor, 1:liii–lv, 1:81, 1:125; siblings of, 1:2–3n; Tom’s death and, 3:296; travels of, 3:446, 3:447, 3:454; unruliness of, 1:181; visits with, 2:357–58, 2:370, 2:371–72, 2:381, 2:384, 3:106, 3:130, 3:182, 3:323, 3:342–43, 3:374; Willy’s illness and, 1:432, 1:433–34n

Arnold, William (MA’s grandfather), 1:1–2n, 1:22n

Arnold, William Delafield (“Widu,” MA’s brother): acquaintances of, 1:308n; appointments for, 1:320n, 1:339, 3:350n; death of, 1:433–34n, 1:435–36, 2:249n; East India Company service of, 1:74n, 1:81, 1:88n, 1:125; family of, 1:xxxii, 1:266, 1:267n; illnesses of, 1:139; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:xlii; letters from (1846–50), 1:151; letters from (1856–60), 1:378; letters to (1829–40), 1:20–21; letters to (1846–50), 1:80; letters to (1856–60), 1:331–33; memorials for, 1:446, 1:508, 1:509n, 2:51–52n, 2:122, 6:259–60; mentioned, 1:2, 1:13, 1:35, 1:56, 1:73, 1:74, 1:388, 2:36; remembered, 2:10, 2:440, 3:182, 4:406, 4:407, 5:471, 6:299; siblings of, 1:2–3n; teaching of, 1:161–62; writings of, 1:74n, 1:273, 1:283n, 1:332, 1:411

Arnold, William Thomas (“Willy,” Tom’s son): career of, 5:123, 5:124n; letters from (1866–70), 3:323; letters to (1881–85), 5:163; marriage of, 1:166n, 5:163n; mentioned, 4:207, 5:215, 5:230; at Rugby, 3:108, 3:109n, 3:208; scholarship for, 4:103

Arnold-Forster, Christopher (Oakeley’s son), 6:219n

Arnold-Forster, Delafield (Edward’s son), 5:60

Arnold-Forster, Edith Mary Ford (Mrs Edward Penrose), 1:334n, 5:7, 5:466, 6:250, 6:345

Arnold-Forster, Edward Penrose (“Eddy,” “Ted,” William’s son): birth of, 1:267n; difficulties of, 2:474, 2:476; education of, 2:456; elections and, 6:167, 6:168n, 6:170, 6:186; health/illnesses of, 3:112; marriage of, 1:334n; mentioned, 1:333, 1:446, 1:511, 2:78, 2:221, 3:33, 5:21, 5:65; occupation of, 5:466n, 6:208; overview of life, 2:475n; at Rugby, 3:108, 3:109n

Arnold-Forster, Florence Mary (“Flo”). See O’Brien, Florence Mary Arnold-Forster (“Flo”)

Arnold-Forster, Frances Egerton (“Francie”): birth of, 1:267n; financial concerns of, 6:208; gifts from, 3:97, 3:100; health/illnesses of, 3:112, 3:163; mentioned, 2:78, 3:155, 4:39–40, 4:49, 4:52, 4:424, 5:456, 5:466, 6:113, 6:171, 6:345; papers of, 1:xlii–xliii; travels of, 5:239; visits with, 3:243, 4:109, 4:112, 5:465, 6:313

Arnold-Forster, Hugh Oakeley: birth of, 1:267n; children of, 6:218, 6:219n; education of, 3:65n; elections and, 6:167, 6:168n, 6:170, 6:186; engagement and marriage of, 1:173n, 6:22; health/illnesses of, 3:112; letters from (1861–65), 2:244; mentioned, 2:482, 3:94, 4:388, 5:108, 5:456, 6:145n, 6:355; papers of, 1:xlii–xliii; speeches of, 6:145n; as student, 1:68n; visits with, 3:64, 3:400

Arnold-Forster, Iris Mary, 6:208, 6:209n

Arnold-Forster, John (Oakeley’s son), 6:219n

Arnold-Forster, Mary Lucy Story-Maskelyne, 1:173n, 6:22, 6:61–62, 6:218, 6:219n

Arnold-Forster, Mervyn (Oakeley’s son), 6:219n

Arnold-Forster, Vernon (Edward’s son), 6:229, 6:230, 6:250–51, 6:254

Arnold-Forster, William Edward (Oakeley’s son), 6:218, 6:219n

The Arnoldian, 1:xxxix, 1:xlii, 3:144n

Arnold Newsletter, 1:xvi

Arnould-Plessy, Jeanne Sylvanie Sophie, 1:449, 1:450n

Artevelde, Philip Van, 4:139

Arthur, Chester A., 5:365, 5:366n, 5:368

Artillery Ball (Woolrich), 4:388

Ashburnham, Lord Bertram, 3:333, 3:334n

Ashburton family, 1:232, 6:270n

Ashburton, Lady (Harriet Mary Montagu), 1:233n, 1:234

Ashburton, Lady (Louisa Stewart-Mackenzie), 3:390, 3:391n, 4:156

Ashburton, Lord (William Bingham Baring), 1:233n, 3:391n

Ashby, Miss (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:218, 3:230

Ashby, Thomas: letters to (1866–70), 3:221, 3:225, 3:401

Ashton, Thomas, 2:458n, 4:21n; letters to (1871–75), 4:20–21, 4:33–34; mentioned, 2:457

Ashton, Thomas Gair (son), 2:458n

Askew, Mrs. Henry W., 1:489, 1:491n, 1:498

Askew, Rev. Henry W., 1:491n

Asquith, Herbert Henry, 6:14n

Astell, John Harvey, 2:36, 2:37n

Astley, Bertrand Frankland, 6:282, 6:283n

Astley’s Amphitheatre: advertisement for, 2:283n; box at, 3:115, 3:116; performances at, 2:283, 2:484, 3:191

Aston Clinton club, 4:188–89

Aston Clinton School, 2:316

Astor, John Jacob, 5:316

Astor, Laura (later, Delano), 5:322, 5:323n, 5:328, 6:280, 6:325, 6:328

Astor, William Backhouse, 5:323n

Athanasian Creed, 1:37

Athenæum: contributors to, 1:93n, 3:126n, 4:38n; editors of, 2:75–76n, 4:249n; on Farrar’s book, 5:61; on Irish Essays and Others, 5:204; on Johnson’s Chief Lives, 4:402; on Literature and Dogma, 4:157; mentioned, 2:155, 2:469–70, 3:455, 4:228, 6:327n; on Merope, 1:370; on Mixed Essays, 5:16; on The Popular Education of France, 2:82, 2:83n; reputation of, 2:168; on Sand’s novel, 1:110n; on On the Study of Celtic Literature, 3:160; on Thomas Arnold (senior), 2:474; Thomas’s writing in, 3:325, 3:326n

Athenæum Club: admissions to, 1:326, 1:330, 3:17n, 3:121, 3:389, 3:403, 3:406, 4:13, 4:361, 5:80, 5:126, 5:132–33; as base, 5:118; cost of, 6:159n; history of, 6:350n; libraries of, 2:395, 3:105–6, 3:251, 3:374–75, 4:250, 4:371–72, 5:70, 5:426, 6:307; meeting/dining at, 3:180, 4:3; members of, 1:354n, 2:136, 3:40n, 3:120n, 3:198n, 3:204n, 3:396n, 4:18, 4:95n, 4:166n, 4:207n, 4:269n, 4:312n, 4:320n, 4:348n, 4:371n, 4:427n, 4:432n, 5:5n, 5:8n, 5:11n, 5:13n, 5:17n, 5:18n, 5:42n, 5:133, 5:239, 6:334n, 6:349; staying at, 1:331; watching procession from, 3:112, 3:113n; working at, 3:97

Atherton, William, 2:226, 2:227n

Atkinson, Edward: letters to (1876–80), 4:405–6; position of, 4:406n

Atkinson, Henry George, 1:295n

Atkinson, William Parsons: letters to (1876–80), 5:83; letters to (1881–85), 5:271, 5:343–44; mentioned, 4:421; school visits with, 5:344n

Atlantic Monthly: Clough’s poetry in, 1:259n; editors of, 5:236n, 5:321n, 5:344n, 5:351n; mentioned, 2:315, 3:5, 3:26. See also Aldrich, Thomas Bailey

Atlas (journal), 1:512

“At the Princess’s” (MA), 5:237n, 5:243, 5:245, 5:260n

Auden, W. H., 1:xv

audience. See specific essays, journals, poems

Auerbach, Berthold, 2:280

August, Carl, 2:452

Augusta Victoria (crown princess): assistance from, 6:100, 6:101; mentioned, 6:96, 6:97, 6:106, 6:109, 6:113; opinion of, 6:102; visits with, 6:90–92, 6:93, 6:131

Augustine (saint): conversion of, 3:305; quoted, 3:388, 4:146, 4:147n; reading of, 1:186, 1:190, 1:191, 1:192

Aumdale, duke of, 3:13, 3:51

Aurania (steamer): booking passage on, 6:163, 6:168, 6:171; mentioned, 6:208, 6:211, 6:261; passage on, 6:198–201, 6:271, 6:362; passengers on, 6:206; scheduled departure of, 6:197

Austen, Jane: mentioned, 4:177n; opinion of, 6:320, 6:359; works: Emma, 6:72; Mansfield Park, 6:3

Austin, Mr (unidentified), 5:230

Austin, Alfred: letters to (1876–80), 5:103; letters to (1881–85), 5:132–33, 5:177–78; letters to (1886–88), 6:314, 6:343, 6:355–56; writings of, 3:347n

Austin, Sarah, 2:157, 2:158n

Australia: College at Sydney (N.S.W.), 1:228–29; Dick’s arrival in, 5:5, 5:16; Dick’s departure for, 4:429, 4:433–36, 4:439–41; inspectorships in, 2:165, 2:167; Lawley in, 1:288, 1:289, 1:291; libraries and booktrade in, 5:132; possible tour in, 5:235; situation in Egypt and, 6:11, 6:12n. See also College at Sydney (New South Wales)

Austria: aristocracy in, 2:461–62; English mediation accepted by, 1:440–41; Germany compared to, 2:459–60; national character of, 2:456–57; as opposition to French, 1:467; retreat from Montebello, 1:453, 1:454n; travels in, 2:453, 2:455, 2:456–57, 2:459–60, 2:461; Vienna exhibition in, 4:158, 4:160n

Austria-Hungary, sovereignty issues and, 6:150–51

Authors’ Club (N.Y.C.), 5:316, 5:400n, 5:401, 5:402, 5:403–4

Avenger (ship), 1:81

Avogadro, Gen. Count: letters from (1871–78), 4:4; mentioned, 3:349, 3:356, 3:367–68; outings and, 3:337, 3:429, 4:28; political concerns and, 3:353, 3:367; request from, 3:427

Awdry, Mr, 3:343

Awdry, Charles, 3:344n

Awdry, Rev. William, 3:344n

Aylesbury Dairy Company, 5:123, 5:125

Ayre, Joseph Watson, 5:107, 5:108n