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Babington, Charles Cardale, 3:418, 3:419n

Backhouse, T., 2:149, 2:150n

Bacon, Francis, 1:179, 2:75–76n, 5:171

Badcock, John, 4:420, 4:423

Baedeker, Karl, 5:110

Bagehot family, 3:119, 4:39

Bagehot, Walter, 2:369n; editorship of, 1:333n, 1:344n, 2:342; family of, 1:102n, 4:366; letters to (1876–80), 4:302; mentioned, 2:369, 2:371, 4:243n; payment from, 2:281; writing of, 1:345n. See also Economist; National Review

Bailey, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1881–85), 5:296–97, 6:50

Bailey, C., 5:297n

Bailey, Lucie. See Whitridge, Lucie Bailey (Fred’s mother)

Bailey, Philip James: letters to (1871–75), 4:182–83; works: “Festus,” 1:82, 1:107, 1:108n

Bailey, Samuel, 3:402–3n

Bailey, T. J., 5:297n

Baillie family, 2:447, 2:448–49

Baillie, Mr, 3:351

Baillie, Anna Glentwood Burnaby, 2:82n

Baillie, Charles (Lord Jerviswood), 4:32

Baillie, Lt. Gen. Duncan James, 2:82n

Baillie, Evan P. Montagu, 1:440, 1:441n, 1:442

Baillie, Frances: health/illnesses of, 5:158; mentioned, 1:440, 1:441n, 1:442, 3:183n, 5:282; opinion of, 3:182

Baillière, Germer, 4:298

Baily (school inspector), 5:463, 6:78

Bain (unidentified), 6:31

Bain, Alexander, 4:292, 4:293n

Bain, James (bookseller): letters to (1886–88), 6:247, 6:343; mentioned, 5:9, 6:319; on Murray’s Magazine, 6:242

Baines, Edward, 1:336, 1:434n, 2:278, 2:361, 2:363

Baines, Matthew Talbot, 1:336n

Baird, Col., 3:195, 3:296, 3:325

Baird, Caroline (Charlotte Mary Baird), 3:85, 3:86n

Baird, James, 3:86n

Baker, Mr (unidentified), 1:488

Baker, Isabelle (later, Frith), 3:329, 3:330n

“Balder Dead” (MA), 1:301, 1:321, 3:322, 6:16

Baldock, Edward Holmes, 3:98n, 3:99, 3:100

Baldock, Elizabeth Mary Corbet, 3:97, 3:98n, 3:99, 3:100

Balfour, Lady, 2:135, 6:359

Balfour, Arthur James: Irish issues and, 6:311; mentioned, 6:17, 6:23, 6:24n, 6:359; speeches of, 6:273–74

Balfour, Francis Maitland, 3:457–58n

Balguy, Harriet Anne Ogle, 2:89, 2:90–91n, 2:154, 2:157, 2:266, 4:83, 4:388

Balguy, John, 2:90–91n; house leased by, 4:83; mentioned, 2:89, 2:154, 2:157, 2:177, 2:266, 4:388; visits with, 2:145

Ball, John, 5:9n

Ball, William, 1:163, 1:165n, 4:155, 4:156, 4:194

Ballantine (unidentified), 4:189

Ballantine, William, 4:189n

Balliol College (Oxford): Arnold papers in, 1:xxxvii–xxxviii, 1:xlii; Dick at, 4:224, 4:229, 4:230, 4:237, 4:250–51, 4:253, 4:263, 4:264–65; examinations at, 1:55–56n; MA’s admission to, 1:37, 1:45; remembered, 2:63; Rhodes Scholar at, 1:xv; schoolmates at, 2:230n. See also Jowett, Benjamin (master of Balliol)

Ballot Bill, 4:40

Balston, Henry, 1:34n

Balston, William, 1:33–34, 1:34n

Balzac, Honoré de, 4:164n, 5:178, 5:189, 5:194

Banbury: newspaper in, 1:393; pupil-teacher examinations in, 2:95, 2:157; school inspections in, 1:322, 1:345, 1:405, 2:33

Bancroft, George, 5:350n; dinner of, 5:365, 5:366n, 5:390n; letters from (1881–85), 5:410; letters to (1881–85), 5:350

Bank of Australasia, 4:418

Bank of England, clerkship in, 6:118, 6:146

Banks (gardener): clothing of, 2:203; death of, 1:164n, 2:446, 2:447; fishing and, 2:23, 2:70, 2:73, 2:338; mentioned, 1:347, 1:425, 1:468, 2:3, 2:97, 2:115, 2:177, 2:326; remembered, 2:468; work of, 1:158

“barbarians,” use of term, 3:227, 3:230, 3:264, 3:425n, 4:398

Bardon Park school, 1:235

Bardoux, Agénor, 4:425, 4:430–31

Baring Brothers, 6:174, 6:262n

Baring, Alexander, 2:92n

Baring, Edward Charles (Lord Revelstoke), 6:261, 6:262n

Baring, Louisa Emily, 2:92

Baring, Lydia Emily, 2:92

Baring, Mary Florence (later, Compton), 6:269, 6:270n

Baring, Thomas George (Lord Northbrooke), 6:12, 6:261

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

Barlow, Miss (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:360

Barnard, Frederick Augustus Porter: letters to (1881–85), 5:363–64; mentioned, 5:393

Barnett, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:207

Barnett, Rev. Samuel Augustus, 5:467, 5:468n

Barnum, Phineas Taylor, 5:328, 5:329n, 5:358–59

Baron, J. T.: letters to (1881–85), 5:232, 5:236

Baron, Joseph: letters to (1876–80), 5:88

Barr, Mrs, 5:409

Barraudot, M., 1:440

Barrett, Lawrence, 6:198n

Barrett, Wilson (formerly, William Henry Barrett), 5:260n; letters to (1881–85), 5:260; performances of, 5:432; theater of, 6:13, 6:17, 6:25

Barrington, Emilie Isabel Wilson: letters to (1876–80), 4:366, 5:99

Barron and Wilson (later, Wilson and Smith), 6:251

Barrow, Isaac, 2:81, 2:82n

Barry, Alfred, 3:373, 3:373n

Barry, Charles, 1:503, 1:507n

Barth, bishop of (Lord Arthur Charles Hervey), 3:379, 3:380n

Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire, Jules, 1:420, 1:425, 1:426n, 2:157, 2:417

Bartolemeo, Fra, 5:59

Barton, Bernard, 3:176

Barttelot-Barttelot, Col. Walter, 2:301, 2:302n

Barwell, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:387

Basley, Mr (unidentified), 6:354

Bastard, Baldwin John Pollexfen, 3:168, 3:169n

Bastick, Florence, 4:134

Bates, E., 2:32

Bates, Katherine Lee, 5:335n, 5:359n

Bates, Phineas, Jr: letters to (1871–75), 4:276

Bates, Rev. Thomas, 4:334, 4:335n

Bathgate, William, 5:180, 5:180n

Battersea Training School, 1:249

Batthyány, Mme, 1:434, 1:436

Batthyány, Lajos, 1:434n

Baur, Ferdinand Christian, 4:182, 4:184, 4:187, 4:227, 4:258

Bavaria, wateringplace in, 1:340, 1:341n

Baxter, Mary Dudley: letters to (1876–80), 4:410

Baxter, Robert Dudley, 4:410

Bayard, Thomas Francis, 5:365, 5:366n, 5:410

Bayley (unidentified), 1:191, 1:195

Bayley, F. W. N., 1:187, 1:193n

Bayley, John Arden, 1:187, 1:193n

Bayly, Charles John, 4:156

Bayne, Peter, 3:183, 3:252, 3:334

Baynes, Thomas Spencer, 4:399n; Johnson’s Chief Lives sent to, 4:421; letters (general), 1:xxxviii; letters to (1876–80), 4:399, 4:401, 5:74, 5:79; letters to (1881–85), 6:76, 6:78; mentioned, 4:400; on Shakespeare, 5:74, 5:75n, 5:79

Bayreuth, performance at, 4:335

Bazley, Thomas, 2:366, 2:367n

Beaconsfield, Lord. See Disraeli, Benjamin (“Dizzy,” Lord Beaconsfield)

Beaconsfield, Lady (Mary Ann Evans Disraeli), 3:379, 3:390, 4:90, 4:91n

Beaconsfield Club, 5:3n

Beale, Miss, 2:365

Beale, Mr (unidentified), 2:14

Beale, A. J. (or J. H.?): letters to (1851–55), 1:322, 6:369; letters to (1856–60), 1:322, 1:328, 1:345, 1:366, 1:368, 1:393, 1:484, 2:35, 6:369–70; letters to (1861–65), 2:88–89; letters to (1876–80), 5:18

Beales, Edmund, 3:60n

Beattie, William, 1:353

Beaufort, Francis, 1:xlii

Beauharnais, Hortense de, 1:438n

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron, Le Barbier de Séville, 1:93n

Beaumont, Mme de, 2:256, 2:260

Beaumont, Somerset Archibald, 2:457, 2:461

Beauwysse, comte de, 1:496

Beaver, Miss, 2:203, 3:248

Bedford, Lord, 3:257, 3:339, 3:341, 3:414, 3:418, 5:267

Bedford, bishop of (William Walsham How), 6:268, 6:269n

Bedford Arms, 3:343

Beecher, Henry Ward: in England, 6:211; introduction by, 5:371n; lecture of, 5:317, 5:318, 6:69; mentioned, 6:39; reference to, 2:310

Beechey, H. W., 1:xl

Beeloo, M. , 1:458

Beers, Henry A., 5:424n

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 3:460, 4:409, 4:411

Beeton, Isabella, 2:92n

Beinecke Library (Yale University), 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxviii–xxxix

Béland, M., 6:121

Belcher, Mr: letters to (1881–85), 5:198

Belcher, Rev. Brymer, 5:198n

Belgium: description of, 1:464; fishing in, 2:23, 2:27, 2:29, 2:38, 2:152, 2:222; travels in, 1:287, 2:31, 2:152. See also Viel Salm

Bell, Lady (née Shaw), 3:196, 3:197n

Bell, Charles, 3:197n

Bell, Helen Olcott Choate, 5:339

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie: letters to (1886–88), 6:275

Bell, John, 4:363n; letters to (1876–80), 4:362

Bell, Thomas (dentist), 1:69, 1:70n

Bellairs, Henry Wolford, 4:305

Bell and Daldy (publishers), 4:183n, 4:321

Bell & Horns Villa (London), 4:190

Belloc, Hilaire, 1:338n

Belloc, Louis Swanton, 1:338n

Belper family, 3:267

Belper, Lord (Edward Strutt), 2:131, 2:132n, 4:145n

Belper, Lady Emily Otter, 2:131, 2:132n, 2:313, 3:119

Belt, Richard: letters to (1871–75), 4:261

benefactions, changing nature of, 3:244, 3:245n

Bennett, Helen Frances (later, Church), 5:48n

Bennett, James Gordon, 5:292, 6:136n

Bennett, Jane (later Broughton), 1:462, 1:463n

Bennett, T., 6:210

Bennett, Thomas, 6:211n

Bennett, Thomas Henry, 6:211n

Bennett, William Cox, 1:287n; letters to (1851–55), 1:287; letters to (1866–70), 3:333; letters to (1871–75), 4:271; letters to (1876–80), 5:2, 5:80; letters to (1881–85), 5:431; requests of, 5:418; works: The Lark, 5:431; Poems, 4:271n; Sea Songs, 5:2n

Benoît (inspector), 1:451n, 1:452

Benso, Camillo (conte di Cavour), 1:421n, 1:433, 1:434n, 1:439n, 1:496, 4:171

Benson family: gifts from, 3:97; mentioned, 2:179, 2:224, 2:282, 2:301, 2:305, 2:310, 2:407, 3:20, 3:57, 3:158, 3:186, 4:39, 4:67, 4:90, 5:59–60, 5:268, 6:43, 6:308; visits with, 2:46, 6:316

Benson, Miss (unidentified), 1:223, 1:224

Benson, Mr, 2:35

Benson, Alice, 6:354

Benson, Charlotte Leonora (“Sharly”), 2:134, 3:429

Benson, Edward White (archbishop of Canterbury): criticism of, 5:411; letters to (1871–75), 4:13; mentioned, 2:37n, 3:121, 6:17, 6:41, 6:42; Wordsworth Society and, 5:424n

Benson, Florance John, 1:224, 1:225n

Benson, Harry (Dick’s schoolmate), 2:341, 2:349

Benson, Henry Roxby, 1:290n; acquaintances of, 2:156; family of, 1:225n, 2:36n, 2:200n, 2:405n, 3:430n, 5:250n; introduction for, 4:192; as Lady Wightman’s executor, 4:31; mentioned, 1:200, 1:224, 2:154, 2:177; visits with, 1:290, 1:291, 3:54

Benson, Jane Penrice, 5:250

Benson, Mary Florance, 2:199–200

Benson, Mary Henrietta Wightman (“Tiny,” Flu’s sister): family of, 1:225n, 2:36n, 2:200n, 2:405n; gifts for/from, 4:82; letters to (1851–55), 1:223–25; as Lucy’s godmother, 1:411; marriage of, 1:290n; mentioned, 1:200, 1:204, 1:215, 1:225, 2:154, 4:46; visits with, 1:308, 2:33, 3:54, 5:33

Benson, Richard Meux, 2:36n

Benson, Starling Meux, 2:404, 2:405n, 2:463, 3:296, 5:13, 6:24

Benson, William Denman, 5:250

Bensted, Thomas Barton, 2:138, 2:139n

Bentinck, George, 1:110n

Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish (duke of Portland), 4:53n

Bentinck-Scott, William John Cavendish (duke of Portland), 4:53n

Bentley, Richard, 2:81, 2:82n

Benton, Joel: letters to (1881–85), 5:406

Beowulf, translation of, 4:237, 4:351–52

Béranger, Pierre Jean, 1:77, 1:78n, 1:87, 1:94n, 1:120

Beresford, Charles De la Poer, 6:363n

Beresford, Lady Mina Gardner, 6:362, 6:363n

Beresford-Hope, Miss, 5:231, 5:254

Beresford-Hope, A. J., 4:177n, 4:431, 5:231n

Berg Collection, 1:xli

Berkshire, archdeacon of (Alfred Pott), 4:13, 4:14n

Berlin: description of, 6:83, 6:84, 6:102; lodgings in, 6:82; school inspections in, 6:86, 6:90, 6:91, 6:92, 6:93, 6:97, 6:100; social season in, 6:86; speeches at Reichstag in, 6:92–93; travel expenses in, 6:137; troops in, 6:85

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, 6:85

Bernard (saint), 4:428

Bernard, Claude, 5:25

Bernard, Mountague, 3:291n; letters to (1866–70), 3:291

Bernays (unidentified), 1:373, 5:70

Bernays, Jacob, 5:71n

Bernays, Leopold John: letters to (1871–75), 4:34

Bernays, Michael, 5:71n

Bernhardt, Sarah, 5:42, 5:42n, 5:440n

Berra, Yogi, 2:405n

Berry, Walter Van Rensselaer: letters to (1881–85), 5:235

Bertram, James, 1:xli, 1:74n

Bethell, Elinor Mary Abraham (Lady Westbury), 3:117n

Bethell, Ellen. See Abraham, Ellen Bethell (later, Hawkins)

Bethell, Mary Florence (Lady Westbury), 6:327, 6:329n

Bethell, Richard (Lord Westbury), 3:116, 3:117n, 4:17

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

Beugnot, Auguste Arthur, 1:426, 1:428n, 1:434

Bevan, Miss: letters to (1886–88), 6:247

Bevan, William Latham, 6:247n

Bhagavad Gita, 1:87, 1:88n, 1:89, 1:93, 4:421

Bhownaggree, Mancherjee Merwanjee, 6:12, 6:12–13n, 6:15

Bianchi (secretary general, Florence), 2:428

Bible: allusions to (1841–50), 1:75n, 1:79n, 1:88n, 1:91n, 1:105, 1:112, 1:113n, 1:115, 1:120, 1:122n, 1:129n, 1:157n, 1:171n, 1:172n, 1:177n, 1:178n, 106n; allusions to (1851–55), 1:236n, 1:243n, 1:250n, 1:265n, 1:286n, 1:289n, 1:305n; allusions to (1856–60), 1:342n, 1:351n, 1:382n, 1:422n, 2:10, 2:44n; allusions to (1861–65), 2:63n, 2:117n, 2:203, 2:215, 2:254, 2:278n, 2:299n, 2:345n, 2:347n; allusions to (1866–70), 3:27n, 3:75n, 3:100n, 3:126n, 3:162n, 3:179n, 3:189, 3:201n, 3:211, 3:291n, 3:294n, 3:306n, 3:328n, 3:334n, 3:418n, 3:452n; allusions to (1871–75), 4:37n, 4:85n, 4:99n, 4:136n, 4:160n, 4:164n, 4:168n, 4:291n, 4:293n; allusions to (1876–80), 4:307n, 4:328n, 4:437n, 5:7n, 5:20n, 5:54n, 5:83n; allusions to (1881–85), 5:180n, 5:188, 5:278, 5:290n, 5:417n, 6:31n; allusions to (1886–88), 6:180n, 6:189n, 6:232n, 6:289n; civil liberty and, 3:419; in Greek hexameters, 4:299; interpretations of, 2:163, 2:167, 2:169, 3:285–86, 4:256–58, 4:273, 4:313, 6:372; as model in translation, 1:134; motto from, 2:307; reading of, 2:184, 3:163, 3:305, 4:8, 4:89, 4:127, 4:386, 4:387–488, 5:71; Revised Version of, 5:261, 6:39n; science in, 5:225; study of, 5:339; teaching of, 5:415–16; translations of, 2:105n, 2:150, 3:281, 4:75, 4:82, 4:88–89, 4:226, 4:236–37, 4:315, 4:386, 5:229, 6:39, 6:253; uses of, 2:128–29, 4:43. See also God and the Bible (MA); Literature and Dogma (MA)

A Bible-reading for Schools (MA): appearance of, 4:83–84; distribution of, 4:121–22, 4:124, 4:127; importance of, 4:118, 4:221; publication of, 4:116, 4:117n; responses to, 4:124–25, 4:143, 4:168–69; reviews of, 6:39n; writing of, 4:120

Bibliographical Society (University of Virginia), 1:xvi

La Biche au Bois, 3:42, 3:43n

Bickers and Bush, 6:46

Bickersteth, Edward (archdeacon), 2:269, 2:271n

Bickersteth, Jane Frances (countess Teleki), 2:145, 2:146n

Biddle family, 5:364

Bignold (unidentified), 6:337

Bignold, Samuel, 2:226, 2:227n

Bilborough, Arthur, 4:129n

Billing, Elizabeth (Lady Warrington), 1:221, 1:222n

Billington, Thomas, 3:108, 3:109n

Bingham, Louisa (later, Douglas), 4:261

Binney, Thomas, 3:240n; letters to (1866–70), 3:240, 3:262; mentioned, 3:382, 3:383n, 3:394; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:409; speeches of, 3:393

Biran, Maine de, 3:83

Bircham, Miss: letters to (1876–80), 5:67

Bircham, Samuel, 5:67n, 5:307–8

Bird, Rev. Frederic M.: letters to (1876–80), 4:399–400

Bird, Robert Montgomery, 4:400n

Birkbeck, Emma (later, Bunsen), 2:449n

Birmingham: influential minister in, 4:91n; lecture in, 4:49, 4:50n, 4:54–55, 4:61n, 4:70–71, 4:72; school inspections in, 1:227–28

Bishop, George Riker: letters to (1881–85), 5:424

Bishop, Isabella Lucy (born Bird), 6:218, 6:219n

Bishop, Nadean, 1:xvi–xvii

Bishop, W. Irving, 4:244n

“The Bishop and the Philosopher” (MA): comments on, 2:170, 2:172; responses to, 2:174, 2:176, 2:178, 2:179, 2:180n, 2:182, 2:183–84, 2:198; title of, 2:169; writing of, 2:163, 2:165, 2:167

“Bishop Butler and the Zeit-Geist” (MA): lecture and publication of, 4:284n, 4:291, 4:296, 4:299, 4:301–2; mentioned, 4:362; references in, 4:300n, 4:303, 4:304n; responses to, 4:308, 4:309–10, 4:321–22; revising of, 4:346; style of, 4:303; writing of, 4:292

Bismarck, Herbert von, 6:89, 6:101, 6:106, 6:109

Bismarck, Otto von: arbitration and, 3:62; education and, 4:192, 4:195, 4:211; Franco-Prussian War and, 3:429, 4:9n; Granville compared to, 6:94; illness of, 6:101, 6:102, 6:106; introduction to, 6:75, 6:85, 6:109; languages of, 6:100; mentioned, 2:439, 2:442, 2:465, 6:89, 6:112; opposition to, 6:94n; speeches of, 6:92–93, 6:102, 6:114

Blachford, T. J.: letters to (1856–60), 1:430–31, 1:440, 2:6, 2:44

Black, Messrs: letters to (1886–88), 6:108

Black, Adam, 4:399, 4:400, 4:401, 4:421

Black, Charles, 4:399, 4:400, 4:401, 4:421

Black Dwarf (sailboat), 1:33–34

Blackett family, 1:187, 1:190, 1:191, 1:192, 1:195, 1:196, 1:197, 1:204, 1:208

Blackett, Edward Algernon, 5:177n

Blackett, Frances Mary. See du Quaire, Frances Mary Blackett (“Fanny”)

Blackett, John Fenwick Burgoyne, 1:75n; as close friend, 1:xxv; on Clough’s poetry, 1:127; death of, 1:337, 1:349; family of, 1:384n; letters to (1851–55), 1:280–81; mentioned, 1:75, 1:105, 1:115, 1:169, 1:186, 1:197, 1:198, 1:200, 1:234, 1:273; remembered, 1:383, 4:422; on “Sohrab and Rustum,” 1:282

Blackett, Montagu, 1:384n, 1:424, 2:147

Blackie, John Stuart: letters to (1866–70), 3:334–35; letters to (1871–75), 4:261–62, 4:263; mentioned, 1:266, 1:465; position of, 3:335n

Black Monday (1886), 6:231n

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, Lorna Doone, 6:153, 6:321n, 6:323

“black Presbyterianism,” use of term, 5:412, 5:419

Blackwell, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:265

Blackwood, Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple (Lord Dufferin), 3:338, 3:339n

Blackwood’s Magazine, 2:68, 4:221, 4:222n

Blaine, James Gillespie, 5:327, 5:329n, 6:81n

Blake, Mr and Mrs (unidentified), 5:233

Blakesley, Rev. Joseph Williams, 1:48n, 2:64n

Blakeway, Elizabeth. See Smith, Elizabeth Blakeway (Mrs George)

Blanc, Louis, 1:92, 1:94n

Blanchard, E. L., 2:180n

Blaze de Bury, Henri, 1:293n, 3:225

Blaze de Bury, Marie Pauline Rose (née Stuart): on Cousin, 3:111, 3:112n, 3:117–18, 3:122; influences on, 2:145; letters to (1861–65), 2:148; letters to (1866–70), 3:111–12, 3:124, 3:224–25; letters to (1881–85), 5:149; mentioned, 2:83n, 3:121, 3:124, 4:425; pseudonym of, 1:293n; on Vigny, 3:118, 3:122, 3:124

Blennerhasset, Lady (Charlotte von Leyden): letters to (1881–85), 5:274–75; mentioned, 6:127; visit with, 6:128–29

Blennerhasset, Rowland, 5:275n

Blewitt, Octavian, 5:36n; letters to (1876–80), 5:36, 5:37

Blissett, Charles, 3:61n

Blissett, Nelly, 5:467

Blissett, Sarah Anne. See Arnold, Sarah Anne Blissett

Blocqueville, Mme de, 2:410, 2:412

Blomfield, Arthur William, 5:136n

Blomfield, Dora, 5:136

Blondel de Nesle, 3:100

Bloody Sunday (1887), 6:313n

Bloomfield, Lady , 2:462, 6:31

Bloomfield, Lord John Arthur Douglas, 2:457, 2:458n

Blowitz, Henry Georges Stephen Adolphe de, 6:117

Bloxam, John Rouse, 1:59, 1:60n

Bloxam, Matthew, 2:469, 2:470n

Blumenthal, Jacques, 6:25, 6:26n

Blunt, Miss, 6:211

Blunt, Arthur Cecil, 6:265, 6:266n

Boag, Mrs (unidentified), 1:85n

Bode, John Ernest, 1:353, 1:354n

Bodichon, Mme, 2:365, 3:3–4n

Bodleian Library: access to, 2:475; Arnold papers in, 1:xl–xli; librarians at, 3:336n, 4:227n, 5:29n; portraits in, 3:166n; Radcliffe reading room in, 2:143–44

Bodley, John Edward Courtenay, 5:126n, 6:18–19n; letters to (1876–80), 5:126; mentioned, 6:326n; visit with, 6:17–18

Boé, Jacques (Jasmin), 1:434

Bohn, Henry George, 1:109, 1:111n

Boissevain, Charles, 6:38n

Boissy, Mme de, 1:xxvi, 2:410, 2:412

Boissy, marquis de (Hilaire Etienne Octave Rouille), 2:410

Bolander (unidentified), 1:462

Bolinbroke, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:376–77

Bolingbroke, 2:270, 6:213

Bolton, Sarah Knowles, 5:202n; Discourses in America sent to, 6:59; letters to (1881–85), 5:202, 5:206, 5:301, 5:385, 6:59; letters to (1886–88), 6:316–17

Bonafous, Abbé, 1:457

Bonaparte, Jerome, 2:31

Bonaparte, Lucien (prince), 5:195–96n

Boner, Charles, 3:144

Bonfiguoli, Kyril, 1:xxxviii

Boniface VIII (pope), 4:164

Bonner, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:286

Bonnerot, Jean, 1:300n

Bonnerot, Louis, 1:xvii, 2:181n

Bonney, Richard, 1:412–13

Bonnin (barber), 6:121

Bonstetten, Charles Victor de, 2:271, 2:272n, 5:223

Boodles, members of, 5:245n

Book of Common Prayer, 1:265n

Booth, Edwin Thomas, 5:377, 6:198n

Booth, George: letters to (1881–85), 5:166–67

Boothby, George William, 1:187n

Boothby, Henry Brooke, 1:187, 1:187n, 1:190, 1:191, 1:192, 1:195, 1:199

Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne, 5:235n, 6:296

Boston Advertiser, 5:345

Boston Herald: on “Emerson,” 5:355; on MA’s visit, 5:411n, 5:414, 5:416; mentioned, 5:421; on secondary education, 5:212

Boston (Mass.): lectures in, 5:302, 5:322, 5:323–24, 5:325, 5:337, 5:343, 5:347, 5:354, 5:356, 5:357; opinion of, 5:354; reading in, 5:334–35; remembered, 5:413, 5:477; schools visited in, 5:341, 5:343–44; visits to, 5:342, 5:369, 5:370, 5:399

Boston (Mass.) Lecture Bureau, 5:300, 5:371

Boston Transcript, 5:357n

Botanic Garden, 2:73. See also Horticultural Gardens

Boucicault, Dion, 1:378n, 3:202n

Boulger, Demetrius Charles: letters to (1881–85), 6:15

Boulton, Ernest, 3:413, 3:414n

Bourke, Blanche Julia (Lady Mayo), 6:235, 6:237n

Bourke, Lady Florence Blanche, 6:235, 6:237n

Bourke, Lady Margaret Harriet, 6:235, 6:236–37n

Bourke, Richard Southwell, 4:77n

Bourne, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:357

Bourne, Rev. Alfred: letters to (1871–75), 4:203

Bourne, Hugh Clarence, 6:358n

Bourne, Jeanne Henriette Alice Ruault, 4:240n

Bourne, William St Hill, 4:240

Bournemouth on the Sea, disliked, 1:154

Bowden-Smith, Nathaniel, 5:13n

Bowden-Smith, Philip, 5:12, 5:13n

Bowditch, Fanny (later, Holmes), 5:477

Bowen, Edward Ernest, 3:411n; on Budge, 4:72–73; letters to (1866–70), 3:411, 3:412

Bowen, George Ferguson, 1:354–55n; mentioned, 1:354, 2:165, 2:167, 5:69; Tom’s career and, 2:373, 2:376, 2:377, 2:383, 2:388, 2:390, 2:392, 2:400, 2:455, 2:462

Bowie, Henry: letters to (1871–75), 4:284

Bowles, Thomas Gibson: letters from (1871–75), 4:73

Bowness, Mr (unidentified), 4:65

Bowyer family, 2:351

Bowyer, George, 1:429n, 1:491, 2:95, 2:97, 2:237, 2:313

Bowyer, Henry G., 2:96n, 2:351, 2:356–57

Boxall, William, 4:137, 4:138n, 5:69

Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson, 2:399n

Boyl, Marquis (unidentified), 3:443, 3:447, 3:457

Boyle, Charlotte, 6:339

Boyle, George David, 2:386n; acquaintances of, 4:71n; letters from (1861–65), 2:385; letters to (1871–75), 4:86, 4:98–99; letters to (1876–80), 4:359–60; letters to (1886–88), 6:223; mentioned, 4:70; writings of, 1:266n

Brackley, Viscount (John Francis Scope Egerton), 6:278

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth (later, Maxwell), 2:160, 2:161–62n, 2:169

Bradfield College, 3:386n

Bradford, Gamaliel, 5:324n; on “Numbers,” 5:323–24; on poetry reading, 5:326; on visit with MA, 5:345–46; youthfulness of, 5:346n

Bradford, lecture at, 6:333, 6:344, 6:349

Bradford petition (1869), 3:311

Bradlaugh, Charles, 3:184n, 3:197n, 4:217

Bradley, George Granville, 1:201n; advice from, 4:206; letters to (1866–70), 3:299; letters to (1871–75), 4:191–92; MA’s testimonial for, 1:386–87; mentioned, 1:198, 3:106, 4:103, 5:176, 5:430; school fees and, 2:282, 2:283–84; Stanley memorial and, 5:176n; Tait memorial and, 5:244; on “Thyrsis,” 3:32; on Walrond, 1:168n

Bradley, Katherine Harris. See Leigh, Mrs (pseud. of Katherine Harris Bradley and Edith Emma Cooper)

Bradley, Meta (later, Pattison), 4:412n

Brady, Cheyne, 1:409n

Bramston, John, 2:165, 2:166n, 2:167, 2:373, 2:377

Brand (young), 5:254, 5:269n

Brand, Eliza Ellice, 5:255n

Brand, Henry Robert, 5:255n

Brand, Henry William Bouverie, 3:128, 3:129n, 5:255n

Brandram, Samuel, 5:446n; American tour of, 6:10; letters to (1881–85), 5:446

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

Brassey, Lord Thomas, 6:18n

Braunfels, Ludwig, 4:235n

Braye, Lady (Maria Verney-Cave), 6:124

Brentford, British School in, 2:60

Brera (gallery), 2:434

Brett family, 6:106.

Brett, Eugénie Mayer Baliol, 3:96, 3:97

Brett, George C.: letters to (1881–85), 5:315

Brett, George Edward, 5:371, 5:372n

Brett, Reginald Baliol, 6:23, 6:24n, 6:28

Brett, Wilford, 6:218, 6:219n

Brett, William Baliol (Baron Esher), 3:96, 3:97

Bridges, Thomas Edward, 1:46, 1:47n

Bridgewater (physician): Dick’s care and, 3:311; Flu’s care and, 3:372, 3:375, 3:389; MA’s care and, 3:401; vaccinations by, 4:11

Bright family, 1:457

Bright, Jacob, 4:114n, 4:217

Bright, John, 1:201n; on America, 2:472; Disraeli on, 2:270; educational issues and, 2:366, 2:367n, 3:119; Forster compared to, 2:477n; health/illnesses of, 1:384, 1:385n; Irish issues and, 5:252, 6:165, 6:167; on land question, 2:274n; letters from (1881–85), 5:151; mentioned, 1:198, 1:488, 2:168, 2:274, 2:362, 2:466, 3:33, 3:88, 3:177, 3:316; on “My Countrymen,” 3:14; opposition to, 3:115; Reform Bill and, 1:384, 1:411, 3:24; speeches of, 1:405, 1:406n, 1:407, 1:411, 6:274; on United States, 2:3, 2:4n; U.S.-English relations and, 2:218, 2:219n

Bright, Richard, 1:189, 1:190n, 1:336, 4:398

Brighton: baths in, 2:61, 2:62; cavalry barracks at, 1:290–91; lodgings at, 2:65; visits to, 3:56–57, 3:60–61, 3:62, 3:129, 3:138

Brighton Railway Company, 2:132

Bright’s Disease, 1:190n

Brightwell, Daniel Barron: letters to (1861–65), 2:277

Bristol: Branch University at, 6:354, 6:356, 6:357, 6:359; Grammar School at, 5:30n

Britannia (ship), 2:92

British and Foreign School Society: goals of, 4:203; letters to secretary of (1881–85), 5:137; mentioned, 1:207n, 4:159; secretary of, 1:325n, 4:36

British and Foreign Training Schools, 3:203

British army, 4:19–20, 4:207n, 4:445

British Association for the Advancement of Science, 3:120n

British Asylum for Deaf and Dumb Females, 2:260, 2:261n

British Legation and Consuls, 5:307

British Library, 1:xl, 1:xliii

British Museum: Reading Room of, 2:3–4n, 2:282, 2:284; research and writing at, 2:2–3, 2:237, 3:106; staff of, 4:315n, 5:290–91, 6:131n

British Quarterly Review: editors of, 2:193n, 3:236n; on Essays in Criticism, 2:467n; on MA, 2:471, 2:472, 4:115, 4:116n; mentioned, 3:83; on Poems (1877), 4:379; on “Porro unum est necessarium,” 5:6; requests of, 4:33; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:439; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:266; Thomas’s letter to, 4:33. See also Allon, Rev. Henry; Reynolds, Henry Robert

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

British school, Perry Street (Somers Town), 2:60

British school (Brentford), 2:60

British school (Caven Chapel), 4:363

British school (Golden Oak), 3:268n

British school (Haverhill), 2:302

British school (Staines), 3:218, 3:230, 3:401n

British school (Stowmarket), 3:133

British school (Stratford), 2:60

British Trade Journal, 5:90n

Brittany: description of, 1:444–45, 1:446–47; recommended, 2:80

Broad Church, 2:260n, 5:159

Broad Church in the Seventeenth Century (MA), 4:353, 4:359–60

Brodhurst, Mrs (Edith Grey), 2:372

Brodie, Lady, 3:151

Brodie, Benjamin Collins (1783–1862), 1:248–49

Brodie, Benjamin Collins (1817–80), 1:52n; homeopathy and, 1:49–50; mentioned, 1:133, 1:138, 1:186, 1:190, 1:193, 1:196, 1:197, 1:199, 1:200, 2:95, 2:96n, 2:97, 3:366; successor to, 2:170; Tom’s health and, 1:248, 1:346

Brodrick, George Charles (warden of Merton), 4:48n; on Ireland, 6:355, 6:356n; letters to (1886–88), 6:344; mentioned, 4:46, 5:220, 6:63

Brodrick, Lady Hilda Charteris, 5:448, 5:449n, 6:235, 6:362, 6:363n

Brodrick, Mrs Hughes George, 5:161

Brodrick, St John, 5:448, 5:449n, 6:235

Brodrick, William, 5:466n

Brodrick, William St John Freeman, 6:363n

Broglie, Albert, duc de, 4:171, 4:172n, 4:199

Broglie, duke of (Achille Léonce Charles Victor), 1:425, 1:426n, 1:427, 1:440, 1:441

Brohan, Madeleine, 1:427, 1:428n

Brompton Seminary, 3:94

Bronsjust, Rev. Ed.: letters to (1876–80), 5:2

Brontë, Anne, 1:317n

Brontë, Charlotte: death of, 1:311, 1:313–16, 1:317; on MA, 1:180n; mentioned, 3:219n, 4:341, 4:360; visits with, 1:179; works: Jane Eyre, 1:259n; Villette, 1:258, 1:262

Brontë, Emily, 1:316, 1:317n, 4:341

Brooke family, 2:236, 2:237n

Brooke, Constance Marion, 3:57, 4:106

Brooke, Capt. Edward Francis Brown, 3:57n

Brooke, Frances Arnold, 3:57n

Brooke, Joseph, 2:157

Brooke, Marion Lucy, 3:57

Brooke, Stopford Augustus, 4:336n; as influence, 5:142; letters to (1876–80), 4:336; mentioned, 4:386, 6:10; opinion of, 5:119–20; primer of, 4:336n, 4:339, 4:340, 4:342, 4:386, 4:390, 4:426; Wordsworth Society and, 5:268

Brooke, Susanna. See Penrose, Susanna Brooke

Brooke, Thomas Richard, 3:57n

Brookfield family, 2:147

Brookfield, Arthur Montagu, 3:108, 3:109n, 3:267n

Brookfield, Jane, 3:267n

Brookfield, Magdalene: letters to (1866–70), 3:266–67

Brookfield, William Henry: family of, 3:108, 3:109n, 3:267n; as inspector, 2:217n, 2:225; mentioned, 2:216, 3:35

Brooklyn Academy of Music, 5:330n, 5:331, 5:338

Brooks (club), 4:18n, 4:427n

Brooks, Phillips, 5:282n; advice from, 5:236n; mentioned, 5:282, 5:286, 5:320, 5:347, 5:355n, 6:27; speeches of, 5:339, 5:341; visit with, 5:352

Brooks, Roger L., 1:xxv, 1:xliii

Brotherton Collection (University of Leeds), 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxviii, 1:xlii, 1:liii–liv

Brougham, Lord Henry Peter, 1:459n; letters to (1861–65), 6:370; mentioned, 1:457

Broughton, Rev. Delves, 1:462, 1:463n

Broughton, Jane Bennett, 1:462, 1:463n

Broughton, Rhoda, 4:327n; family of, 1:463n; letters to (1876–80), 4:327, 4:384–85, 4:409, 4:412; meeting with, 5:35; mentioned, 4:386, 5:33n; move to Oxford, 4:412–13n

Brown, Gen. Sir George, 1:291, 1:292n

Brown, James Baldwin (the younger), 3:382, 3:383n

Brown, John, 2:3, 2:256n, 2:259

Browne, Alexander Porter: assistance from, 5:322, 5:323n; letters to (1881–85), 5:341

Browne, Causten, 5:341n, 5:357n

Browne, Edward Harold, 1:20, 1:21–22n

Browne, Thomas, 6:338

Browne, Valentine Augustus (Lord Chamberlain, 1884): letters to (1881–85), 5:415

Browning, 6:233

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1:324n, 1:383, 5:367

Browning, Fannie, 6:354

Browning, Oscar: letters to (1881–85), 5:166, 5:213, 5:456; mentioned, 5:115; writing of, 3:291n, 3:292

Browning, Robert: acquaintances of, 2:382n, 3:188n, 3:371; advice from, 3:318, 5:432; allusions to, 1:128, 1:129n; caricatures of, 4:73, 4:74n; comparisons to, 3:177; Corson on, 5:217; criticism of, 3:355–56; Farrar on, 3:205n; on gossip, 1:li; as influence, 3:162; letters to (1861–65), 2:97, 2:158, 2:188, 2:346, 2:356–57, 2:382, 2:395; letters to (1866–70), 3:30, 3:86, 3:153, 3:235, 3:299–300; letters to (1871–75), 4:99, 4:262; letters to (1876–80), 4:381–82, 4:383, 4:403; letters to (1881–85), 5:136; on letters to newspapers, 3:88; on list of academicians, 6:263n; mentioned, 1:383, 2:160, 2:161, 2:214, 3:87, 3:116, 3:124, 3:151, 3:176, 3:199, 3:353, 4:16n, 5:136, 5:150, 6:16; opinion of, 2:214–15, 3:347; as possible chair of poetry, 3:115; support for, 2:469n; translations of, 4:440n; works: The Agamemnon of Aeschylus, 4:383, 4:384n; Aristophanes’ Apology, 4:262; Fifine at the Fair, 4:126; The Ring and the Book, 3:300n

Brownings (unidentified), 6:339

Browning Society, 5:157

Brownlow, Lord, 3:27

Brownlow, Lady (Adelaide Talbot), 5:160

Brownrigg, Sophia (later, Wood), 1:221, 1:222n

Bruce, Augusta. See Stanley, Augusta Bruce

Bruce, Charlotte (later, Locker), 2:164, 2:369, 2:371, 3:183n, 3:191

Bruce, Frederick William Adolphus, 3:183n

Bruce, Henry Austin (Lord Aberdare), 2:316n; criticism of, 3:261; investigative committee and, 2:321, 2:396; letters to (1861–65), 2:316; letters to (1866–70), 3:53, 3:348, 3:393; letters to (1881–85), 6:57–58; mentioned, 3:78, 3:161, 3:173, 5:41–42, 6:225; recommendation from, 3:136; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:251; speeches of, 3:119; Taunton Commission and, 2:334, 2:336, 2:366; visit with, 6:56–57

Bruce, John G.: letters to (1876–80), 5:87

Bruce, Norah Creina Blanche Napier: letters to (1866–70), 3:327; marriage of, 2:316n; mentioned, 6:57n, 6:58

Bruce, Lt. Col. Robert, 1:449

Brunelleschi, Filippo, 2:419

Brünnow, Ernst Philipp Ivanovitch, 2:342

Bruyère family, 2:409

Bryans, Rev. William, 4:72, 4:73n

Bryant, Henry S.: autograph of, 5:477; letters to (1881–85), 5:129

Bryant, William Cullen, 6:195

Bryce, James, 3:144n; doctoral degree and, 3:425, 3:426; on Ireland, 6:151; letters to (1866–70), 3:144; letters to (1876–80), 4:397, 5:87; letters to (1881–85), 6:77; letters to (1886–88), 6:141; marriage of, 2:458n; mentioned, 6:18

Bryn Mawr College, 1:xlii

Buchanan, Robert Williams, 3:72n; letters from (1866–70), 3:79; letters to (1866–70), 3:72; mentioned, 4:430; as opposition, 3:233, 3:237, 3:238; writing of, 3:234n, 6:260

Buchheim, Karl Adolf (or Charles Adolphus), 5:256n; letters to (1881–85), 5:255

Bucholl, Rev. Henry James, 3:108, 3:109n

Buckland family: book for, 1:300; Budge’s education and, 2:189; mentioned, 1:204, 4:417, 5:162; visits with, 1:153

Buckland, Caroline A. Ricketts, 1:332, 1:333n

Buckland, Charles Arnold (Matthew’s son), 1:390n

Buckland, Charles Thomas (MA’s cousin): family of, 3:108, 3:109n; letters from, 1:339; letters to (1881–85), 5:256; letters to (1886–88), 6:280–81; mentioned, 1:19, 2:143; visits with, 3:236

Buckland, Fanny (MA’s cousin), 1:19, 1:389, 4:417n, 5:351

Buckland, Frances Arnold (“Fan,” MA’s aunt): death of, 2:208; illness of, 1:79; letters to (1840–44), 1:45–46; marriage of, 1:80; mentioned, 1:3, 1:11, 1:13, 1:16n, 2:381; visits with, 2:159

Buckland, Francis Matthew, 4:207

Buckland, John (MA’s cousin), 1:7, 1:23–32

Buckland, Rev. John (MA’s uncle): death of, 1:512, 1:513n; marriage of, 1:3n, 1:80; school of, 1:xxx, 1:xxxix

Buckland, Louisa, 4:417n

Buckland, Martha (MA’s cousin): Basil’s death and, 3:216; death of, 5:351; letters to (1829–40), 1:19–20; letters to (1876–80), 4:417; mentioned, 3:395; Tom’s death and, 3:296; visits with, 2:159, 3:236, 3:277, 3:323, 3:368, 3:385, 3:454

Buckland, Matthew: Basil’s death and, 3:212, 3:216; death of, 5:271n; family of, 1:389; garden of, 3:361; letters from (1861–65), 2:236; mentioned, 2:3, 2:177, 2:208, 2:219, 2:245, 3:395; as schoolmaster, 2:190–91, 2:234, 2:257, 2:327, 2:381; Tom’s death and, 3:296; visits with, 2:159, 3:236, 3:277, 3:368, 3:385, 3:454; on Willy’s appointment, 1:339

Buckland, Philip Arnold, 2:190, 3:108, 3:109n

Buckland, Thomas (MA’s cousin), 1:19, 2:143

Buckland, Thomas (MA’s uncle), 1:13, 1:16n, 1:18

Buckland, William Arnold (“Willy,” MA’s cousin), 1:19

Buckle, Mary Anne (later, Hawkins), 1:312, 1:313n

Buckler, William E., 2:192n

Buddha, 1:364, 1:375

Buffalo Express, 5:377n

Buffalo (N.Y.): lectures at, 5:378, 5:382, 5:392, 6:148, 6:154, 6:155, 6:164; visits to, 5:372–73, 5:376, 5:395, 6:163

Buisson, Ferdinand Edouard, 6:239, 6:240n

Buller, Adelaide Louisa, 1:298, 1:299n

Buller, Edward, 1:299n

Buller, Mary (later, Duckworth), 1:457, 1:459n

Buller, Reginald John, 1:298, 1:299n

Bull Inn (Cambridge), 1:255

Bulloch, Caroline (later, Ward), 2:17, 2:34, 2:35n

Bulmer, Rev. John, 2:106, 2:107n

Buloz, François, 1:293n

Bulteel, Lady Elizabeth, 6:261, 6:262n

Bulteel, John Crocker, 6:262n

Bulteel, Louisa Emily Charlotte (Lady Revelstoke), 6:261, 6:262n

Bulwer, Henry, 3:448n

Bulwer-Lytton. See Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer (1803–73); Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer (pseud. Owen Meredith)

Bumpus (bookseller), 4:433

Bunbury family, 3:366, 3:379

Bunbury, Charles James Fox: A French Eton for, 2:351; invitation from, 5:96, 5:282; mentioned, 2:229, 2:351, 3:91, 3:377, 4:378

Bunbury, Edward Herbert, 3:62, 3:63n

Bunbury, Lady (Frances Joanna Horner), 2:229n; invitation from, 5:96, 5:282; letters to (1861–65), 2:228–29, 2:350–51; letters to (1866–70), 3:91; letters to (1876–80), 4:378; visit with, 4:378, 4:380, 4:384n

Bunsen, Baron, 1:71, 1:72n, 1:98

Bunsen, Countess, 2:463

Bunsen family: diary mentions of, 1:187, 1:190, 1:191, 1:192, 1:197, 1:199; mentioned, 1:171, 1:404, 2:443, 5:177n; visits with, 1:139, 1:404

Bunsen, Arnold, 6:336n

Bunsen, Augusta Matilda, 1:72n

Bunsen, Elizabeth Gurney, 1:72n

Bunsen, Emilia, 1:72n

Bunsen, Emma Birkbeck, 2:449n

Bunsen, Ernest: biography of, 3:243, 3:259, 3:282, 3:365, 3:446, 3:448; family of, 1:72n; mentioned, 3:13, 3:207, 4:311, 6:341

Bunsen, Mrs Ernest, 3:448

Bunsen, Frances, 1:72n, 2:449, 3:448

Bunsen, George: on Bismarck, 4:211; family of, 1:72n, 6:349, 6:357; letters to (1861–65), 2:448–49; letters to (1886–88), 6:330–31, 6:335–36, 6:341; marriage of, 2:449n; mentioned, 3:85, 3:88, 6:83, 6:96, 6:222; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:250; visits with, 2:438

Bunsen, Georg Friedrich von: letters to (1871–75), 4:126–27

Bunsen, Henry: family of, 1:72n; letters from (1871–75), 4:8; mentioned, 1:190, 2:203, 3:13, 6:222; visits with, 1:150

Bunsen, Karl, 1:72n

Bunsen, Mary Charlotte Elizabeth, 1:72n

Bunsen, Mary Louisa Harford-Battersby, 1:72n

Bunsen, Maurice William Ernest De (Ernest’s son), 4:6–7

Bunsen, Theodor, 1:72n

Bunsen, Theodora, 1:72n

Bunting, Percy William, 5:188n; letters to (1881–85), 5:188, 5:454–55, 5:478, 6:7, 6:9, 6:16, 6:20, 6:30; letters to (1886–88), 6:120, 6:139, 6:209, 6:232, 6:243, 6:299. See also Contemporary Review

Bunyan, John. See Pilgrim’s Progress (Bunyan)

Burbidge, Thomas, 1:76, 1:76–77n, 1:78, 1:133

Burbury, Mary, 1:276

Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, 2:216, 2:217n, 2:219

Burgoyne, John Montagu, 1:150n, 1:187–88n, 1:443n

Burgoyne, Mary Caroline (“Toddy,” later Bruce), 1:150, 1:449, 1:450n

Burgoyne, Lady Mary Harriet Gore-Lanfton: marriage of, 1:187–88n; mentioned, 1:187, 1:190, 1:191, 1:192, 1:193, 1:195, 1:196, 1:200, 1:208, 1:443n, 1:449, 2:160, 2:161

Burgoyne, Montagu George, 1:187–88n

Burials Bill, 4:332, 4:333n

Burke, Edmund: allusion to, 3:339n; editing works of, 5:89; in epoch of concentration, 5:78; as influence, 6:296; on Ireland, 5:144; mentioned, 1:51n, 2:270, 4:21, 4:93, 6:178; politics of, 2:268; quoted, 2:273, 2:274n, 4:114; scripture quoted by, 2:129. See also Letters, Speeches, and Tracts on Irish Affairs by Edmund Burke (MA)

Burke, Thomas H., 5:206n, 5:252n

Burnaby family, 2:81

Burnaby, Anna Glentwood (later, Baillie), 2:82n

Burnaby, Rev. Gustavus Andrew, 2:82n

Burne-Jones, Edward, 3:188n, 4:106n, 5:454, 6:29, 6:87n

Burne-Jones, Georgiana, 6:321n

Burnes, Alexander, 2:384, 2:385n, 4:308, 4:309n

Burnet, Gilbert, 1:xl, 4:199, 4:200n

Burnouf, Emile, 4:421

Burns (unidentified), 1:87

Burns, Robert: allusions to, 2:467n; biography of, 1:153; opinion of, 5:75; reading of, 5:65; Shelley compared to, 5:74; Wordsworth compared to, 5:74; writings of, 2:59

Burr, Alfred Edmund: letters to (1881–85), 5:330

Burr, Franklin L.: letters to (1881–85), 5:330

Burr, Willie Olcott: letters to (1881–85), 5:330

Burroughs, John, 3:359, 3:360n, 5:424n, 6:245, 6:249

Burrows (unidentified), 4:247

Burton, Ellen, 4:52

Bury, Miss , 2:372

Bushell, William Done, 4:179, 4:181n

Bushwell, Miss (Arnold-Forsters’ governess), 2:78

Buss, Frances Mary, 2:344n, 2:365

Butcher, Samual Henry, 5:9n, 5:10, 5:11n

Butler family (Charles): botanizing and, 6:204; mentioned, 6:4, 6:36, 6:161, 6:206, 6:320; subscriptions of, 6:80

Butler family (Henry), 3:269, 3:390, 5:33

Butler, Mrs and Miss, 5:408, 5:411, 6:354

Butler, A., 6:211

Butler, Alban, 2:250, 2:251n

Butler, Arthur Gray, 4:72, 4:73n, 6:106

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 5:342, 5:343n

Butler, Charles, 5:318–19n; family of, 6:70n; letters (general), 1:xxv; letters from, 6:354; letters to (1881–85), 5:411; mentioned, 5:318, 5:377, 5:408, 6:359; visits with, 5:322, 5:331, 5:347, 5:352, 5:365

Butler, Emily Ogden, 6:69, 6:70n, 6:72, 6:359

Butler, Fanny Kemble, 1:89, 1:90n, 5:238, 5:370–71

Butler, George (father), 4:40n, 4:73n, 6:267n

Butler, George (son): letters to (1886–88), 6:267

Butler, Mrs Henry, 3:350

Butler, Henry Montagu, 3:215n; advice from, 3:227, 3:247; examinations by, 3:223, 3:288; family of, 4:73n, 6:267n; introduction to, 3:214; letters from, 3:226, 3:241; letters to (1866–70), 3:246–47, 3:248–49, 3:296; letters to (1871–75), 4:101–2, 4:104, 4:121; letters to (1876–80), 4:299; mentioned, 3:271, 3:274, 3:326, 3:338, 3:350, 3:370, 4:157, 6:213, 6:222; positions for, 1:xxvii, 6:10, 6:26, 6:220; requests of, 3:246–47; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:238; sermons of, 3:243, 3:296, 3:299, 3:300, 3:302, 3:304, 3:459, 4:17, 4:109

Butler, Joseph, 2:71, 3:285, 3:458, 4:71, 6:302

Butler, Sarah. See Wister, Sarah Butler

Butler, Sarah Maria Gray (Henry’s mother), 4:39, 4:40n, 4:102, 4:103

Butler-Johnstone, Henry, 3:25

Butts, Lady (Anna G. Rodewald), 6:217, 6:218n, 6:220, 6:228, 6:235

Butts, Charles Parker, 6:218n, 6:220, 6:235, 6:319, 6:321n

Buxton family: acquaintances of, 6:186; mentioned, 4:279, 5:95, 5:476, 6:3, 6:13, 6:73, 6:229n; parties of, 6:112, 6:245; visit with, 6:106

Buxton, Anna, 1:164n

Buxton, Bertram Henry, 6:6, 6:7n, 6:206

Buxton, Lady Catherine Gurney, 2:390, 4:233

Buxton, Charles: children’s education and, 2:222; family of, 2:183n, 6:7n, 6:316n; A French Eton for, 2:327; mentioned, 1:303, 2:288, 3:112, 4:390n; widow of, 5:183n; writings of, 1:164n

Buxton, Dudley Wilmot, 6:50n; letters to (1881–85), 6:49

Buxton, Edward North, 1:319, 1:320n

Buxton, Emily Mary Holland, 5:183n; children’s education and, 2:182; family of, 2:183n; letters from, 3:434, 6:171; mentioned, 2:204–5, 4:293, 4:386, 5:244, 6:208; parties of, 5:182

Buxton, Mary Emma (later, Rutson), 6:315, 6:316n, 6:325, 6:326n

Buxton, Sydney Charles: family of, 6:7n; fishing of, 3:434; gifts from, 6:241; letters to (1871–75), 4:214; letters to (1886–88), 6:268; mentioned, 6:106; recommendation for, 4:342; secondary education and, 5:60

Buxton, Thomas Fowell, 1:164n; biography of, 1:158; family of, 1:xxxii, 1:303n, 1:320n; mentioned, 5:7, 6:23n, 6:261; visit with, 4:378

Buxton, Lady Victoria Noel, 6:22, 6:23n, 6:261

Byng, George Henry Charles Byng (Lord Enfield), 3:285, 5:64, 5:65n, 6:219–20, 6:221n

Byrne, Rev. John Rice: letters to (1871–75), 4:209, 4:260, 4:267–68; Passages from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold sent to, 5:165

Byron, Ada, 1:112n

Byron, Ada (later, King), 1:112n

Byron, Frederick, 3:461n

Byron, George Frederick William, 3:460, 3:461n

Byron, Lord (George Gordon): on Alfred Club, 1:252n; allusion to, 4:270n; biography of, 1:153; on gossip, 1:li; letters of, 1:xliv; lifestyle of, 1:402; mentioned, 1:120, 1:148, 1:149n, 2:276, 4:343; opinion of, 2:339, 5:414; on Porson, 2:82n; on reading, 4:180; references to, 2:410, 5:156; on Rome, 4:436; on society, 3:239; travels of, 2:31; works of, 1:xl, 2:276n. See also Poetry of Byron (MA)

Byron, Lucy Elizabeth Jane Wescomb, 3:460, 3:461n

Byron House (Harrow): animals and gardens at, 3:314, 3:355, 3:365, 3:429, 3:433, 3:438–39, 4:38–39, 4:49, 4:50, 4:52, 4:68–69, 4:92, 4:102–3; cook for, 3:366; daily schedule at, 3:445; departure from, 4:131, 4:166; description of, 3:226–27, 3:257; dinner parties at, 3:338, 3:356, 3:460; expenses at, 3:265, 3:280, 3:308; household furnishings for, 3:239; library at, 3:313; moving into, 3:239–40, 3:241, 3:244; negotiations on, 3:233, 3:236, 3:275; outings near, 3:348–49, 3:353, 3:357, 3:436, 4:42–43; visitors to, 3:257, 3:259, 3:262, 3:264, 3:314, 3:315–16, 3:357, 3:361, 3:372, 3:435, 3:437, 4:16, 4:17, 5:118; water supply for, 3:276, 3:288, 3:395

Bythway, Mr (unidentified), 3:424

Bythway, John Edward, 3:425n

Bywater, Ingram, 4:358–59