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Cable, George W., 5:336n

Cabot, James Elliot, 5:354, 5:355n

Cadbury, James: letters to (1856–60), 2:14, 2:39; mentioned, 1:328, 1:366; school inspections and, 1:345

“Cadmus and Harmonia” (MA), 1:324n

Cadogan, George Henry, 6:88, 6:89n, 6:115

Cadorna, Charles (Carlo), 3:367, 3:368n, 3:436, 4:29

Cadorna, Raffaele, 3:436

Caetani, Michelangelo (duke of Sermoneta), 4:154, 4:164, 4:332

Café Voisin (Paris restaurant), 6:121

Caird, John, 1:405, 1:405–6n

Calcutta, bishop of. See Cotton, George Edward Lynch (bishop of Calcutta)

Caldecott, Mrs (unidentified), 2:321

Caldwell, Robert, 4:316

Caldwell, Samuel Lunt, 5:324n; letters to (1881–85), 5:324; visit with, 5:374

Calhoun, John C., 6:177, 6:180n

Cambridge: judicial circuit in, 2:81–82; MA on, 1:xlviii; mentioned, 5:123; school inspections in, 1:255, 1:256. See also Cambridge University

Cambridge act, 2:292

Cambridge University: chair of English Literature at, 5:434–35; Davies’s memorial to, 2:344n; honorary degree from, 5:202–3, 5:204; Kingsley’s bust for, 4:267n; letter to vice chancellor of, 5:39–40; Regius Professors at, 2:264; Trinity Gaudy at, 6:222; women’s education and, 6:292

Cambridge University Press, 1:308n

Cameron, Lucy Lyttelton, 1:341–42n

Camille Silvey & Co., 2:100, 2:101n

Campbell (school inspector), 5:463, 5:464

Campbell, Lord, 2:447

Campbell, Archibald, 6:359, 6:360n

Campbell, Rev. Archibald Montgomery, 1:400, 1:401n

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

Campbell, James Dykes: letters to (1861–65), 2:339

Campbell, John, 2:76n

Campbell, John Campbell, 1:206n

Campbell, John Douglas Sutherland (Lord Lorne), 3:390, 3:391n

Campbell, John Frederick Vaughan (Lord Cawdor), 5:257

Campbell, Lewis, 4:254n

Campbell, Lucy, 5:272

Campbell, Maria Louisa. See Ellesmere, Lady (Mary Louisa Campbell Egerton)

Campbell, Mary Elizabeth (Lady Stratheden), 2:66, 2:67n, 2:444, 2:445n

Campbell, William Frederick, 2:67n, 2:444, 2:445n

Campbell-Bannerman, Henry, 6:150, 6:152n

Campell, Thomas, 1:27, 1:32n

Canada: opinion of, 5:396, 5:402; visits to, 5:395n, 5:397, 5:398, 5:426, 6:167–68. See also Montreal; Quebec

Canitz, Carl von (count), 6:80, 6:96, 6:98, 6:113, 6:336

Canning, Lord, 2:147

Canning, Stratford (Great Elchi), 3:229, 3:230n

Cannon, LeGrand B., 5:409

Canterbury, archbishop of. See Benson, Edward White (archbishop of Canterbury); Howley, William (archbishop of Canterbury); Laud, William (archbishop of Canterbury); Longley, Charles Thomas (archbishop of Canterbury); Temple, Frederick (later, archbishop of Canterbury)

Cantle (servant), 2:201

Capell, Edward, 1:236

capitalism, discussion of, 1:86–87

Capper, Samuel James, 3:380–81n; letters to (1866–70), 3:380

Carden, Lionel, 1:36, 1:37n, 2:330

Cardew, Lucy Mary (later, Farrar), 4:19, 4:57

Cardolle (unidentified), 1:469, 1:475, 1:477

Cardwell, Charles, 4:289, 4:290n

Cardwell, Edward: army reform and, 4:207n; Disraeli’s cabinet and, 4:195; Geological Society and, 3:233; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:16n, 4:17; mentioned, 2:7, 2:8n, 2:296, 4:6, 4:8; secretary of, 3:17n; Tom’s career and, 2:373, 2:376, 2:377, 2:383, 2:388, 2:390

Cardwell, William, 2:392

Carew, Robert Shepherd, 2:145, 2:146n

Carey, Henry Charles: letters to (1866–70), 3:6

Carlingford, Lord. See Parkinson-Fortescue, Chichester Samuel (Lord Carlingford)

Carlisle, bishop of (Harvey Goodwin), 6:141n

Carlisle, Lord (George William Frederick Howard), 1:482, 1:482n, 2:20, 2:205

Carly (unidentified), 1:33, 1:158

Carlyle, John Aitken, 1:133, 5:11

Carlyle, Thomas: allusion to, 1:64, 1:66n; on “Bishop Butler and the Zeit-Geist,” 4:308; on Chartist movement, 1:101, 1:102n; death of, 5:142; Emerson and, 2:468, 5:305, 5:355; as influence, 1:xliv, 5:343; influences on, 1:49n; on Irish situation, 1:109, 1:111n; literary executor of, 1:145n; on Louis Philippe, 1:91, 1:92n, 1:93; MA compared to, 5:142–43n; memorial to, 5:313; mentioned, 1:xl, 1:94n, 4:365, 5:197, 5:454, 6:238; 6:309; on “My Countrymen,” 3:14; Norton on, 6:304; portraits of, 3:188n; works: “The Repeal of the Union,” 1:109, 1:111n; Sartor Resartus, 1:xliv, 1:64, 1:66n

Carnavon, Lord. See Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux (Lord Carnavon)

Carne, Elizabeth Catherine Thomas, 4:180, 4:181n

Carnegie, Mrs (mother), 5:408, 5:457, 6:6, 6:174

Carnegie, Andrew, 5:280–81n; activities in Scotland (1887), 6:306–7; advice from, 5:292, 5:326n; blackballed at Reform Club, 6:17; gifts from, 6:135, 6:331, 6:332; health/illnesses of, 6:218; invitations from, 5:299, 6:148; letters (general), 1:xli; letters from, 6:148, 6:269, 6:272; letters to (1881–85), 5:280–81, 5:297–98, 5:373, 6:20–21, 6:46–47; letters to (1886–88), 6:134–35, 6:155, 6:166, 6:169, 6:284, 6:299, 6:303, 6:331; marriage of, 6:284n; MA’s American tour and, 5:313–14, 5:408; mentioned, 5:434, 6:6, 6:325, 6:328; on national character, 6:80; receptions and dinners of, 5:283, 5:316, 5:318, 5:322n, 5:336n, 5:355–56n, 6:7; secretary of, 5:328n; visits with, 6:171, 6:174, 6:180–81; wealth of, 6:323; works: Triumphant Democracy, 6:155, 6:183

Carnegie, Margaret Whitfield, 6:284n, 6:303, 6:307, 6:331

Caroline (queen), 3:228n, 5:112

Carpenter, Lant, 1:236n

Carpenter, Mary, 1:236n; letters to (1851–55), 1:235–36; letters to (1856–60), 1:334–35; religious views of, 1:335n

Carpenter, William Boyd (bishop of Ripon), 6:230, 6:231n, 6:285n, 6:287–88

Carpue, Joseph Constantine, 6:319, 6:321n

Carr family (unidentified), 1:311

Carr, Catherine Annesley (later, Hobart), 3:44n

Carré (unidentified), 1:443

Carrick-Moore, John, 6:221, 6:223n

Carrington, Cecile (Lady Colville), 5:268, 5:269n

Carroll, Lewis, 2:336n, 2:475n

Carstairs, Andalusia Grant, 1:188n

Carstairs, Andalusia Grant (later, Molesworth), 1:188n

Carte, Richard D’Oyly, 5:276–77n; American tour managed by, 5:298, 5:322, 5:359, 5:387; dissatisfaction with, 5:371, 5:405, 5:410, 5:428; introduction to, 5:276; letters from, 5:301; letters to (1881–85), 5:283, 5:288, 5:291–92, 5:302, 5:308, 5:311; mentioned, 5:279, 5:287, 5:312, 5:411, 6:25, 6:27

Carter (seedsman), 3:314

Cartwright (dentist), 1:69

Cartwright, Julia (later, Goulburn), 1:241, 1:242n

Cartwright, William Chauncy, 6:86, 6:87n, 6:115

Cartwright, William Cornwallis, 4:17, 4:18n

Cartwright, Lt. Col. William Ralph, 1:242n

Carver, Mary Theresa (later, Leiter), 5:364, 5:365n

Cary family, 6:43, 6:44n

Cary, Mr (Whitridge’s law partner), 6:235, 6:241, 6:242, 6:251, 6:255

Casaubon, Isaac, 4:412n

Casquet of Literature (Gibbon), MA’s poems in, 4:108

Cassels, Walter Richard, 4:258n; letters to (1871–75), 4:258; works: Supernatural Religion, 4:221, 4:222n, 4:258n

Castlereagh, Lord, 6:185

Catherine the Great (empress of Russia), 6:38n

Catholicism: Bismarck and, 4:192, 4:195; comments on, 2:251, 4:199, 5:396, 6:337; Italy’s unification and, 4:163–64; as obstacle, 2:431; transformation of, 4:330, 4:334

Catholic University (Dublin), 1:349n, 5:252

Caton, Richard, 5:231

Cato the elder, 4:338n

Catullus, 2:230

“A Caution to Poets” (MA), 1:250

Cavan, Lady (Lydia Arnold Lambart, sister of Thomas Sr.), 1:19, 1:21n, 1:46, 1:80, 1:351, 2:124n

Caven Chapel, British school in, 4:363

Cavendish, Miss, 3:360

Cavendish, Lady Frederick: letters to (1881–85), 5:137–38

Cavendish, Lord Frederick, 5:206n

Cavendish, Henry Frederick, 6:262n

Cavendish, Spencer Compton. See Hartington, Lord (Spencer Compton Cavendish)

Cavendish, William (duke of Devonshire), 3:435, 3:436n, 6:323

Cavendish, William George. See Chesham, Lord (William George Cavendish)

Cavendish-Bentinck, William John Arthur Charles James (duke of Portland), 6:167

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

Cawdor, Lord (John Frederick Vaughan Campbell), 5:257

Caxton, William, 4:426

Cayley, Charles Bagot: letters to (1866–70), 3:22

Cazenove, Miss, 6:211, 6:212n

Cecil, Lord Robert: inspectors’ reports and, 2:217, 2:296, 2:300n; investigative committee and, 2:310, 2:321, 2:330; motion of, 2:218, 2:221

Celtic language and literature: American tour and, 5:295; interest in, 2:335, 3:344; journal and, 3:399; lectures on, 2:378, 2:379n, 3:9, 3:10n, 3:14, 3:21, 3:40–43, 3:46; memorial concerning, 4:413; request concerning, 4:249, 4:261. See also On the Study of Celtic Literature (MA)

Century Club (N.Y.C.), 5:317

Century Guild Hobby Horse: editor of, 6:295n; “Horatian Echo” in, 6:279n; on MA, 6:189n; marketing of, 6:184, 6:252; mentioned, 5:120n, 6:278, 6:295; on Symonds, 6:252, 6:253n. See also Horne, Herbert P.

Century Magazine: “Common Schools Abroad” in, 6:155n, 6:161; editor of, 5:63n; on MA, 5:424n; “Milton” in, 6:334n, 6:339n; on Rossetti, 5:229. See also Gilder, Richard Watson

Chadwick family, 6:262

Chadwick, Edwin, 3:250, 3:250n, 3:260–61

Chamberlain, Joseph, 6:105n; American visit of, 6:323, 6:325; free schools and, 6:105; Grillion’s membership and, 1:li, 6:349; Irish issues and, 5:252, 6:150, 6:274; mentioned, 5:343n, 6:159n, 6:182, 6:271, 6:273; opinion of, 6:179, 6:248–49; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:363, 4:364n; speeches of, 6:244; support for, 6:282

Chambers, E. K.: letters to (1881–85), 5:177

Chambers’s Journal, 3:126n

Chambord, le comte de (Henri V), 4:40, 4:81

Chandos-Pole, Lady Anna Stanhope, 6:124, 6:338

Chandos-Pole, Edward Sacheverell, 6:124n

Chapman, Miss, 2:187

Chapman, Beatrice (later, Laugel), 2:188n, 3:51

Chapman, John, 1:261, 1:262n, 1:283, 2:188n

Chapman, Joseph Gilbert, 5:389, 5:390n

Charing Cross Theatre, 4:141n

Charles I, 6:66

Charles V, 5:301

Charles X, 1:29–30, 1:200

Charles, Robert Fletcher: letters to (1876–80), 5:100

Charlotte (nurse): assistance for, 3:193; lodgings for, 2:19; mentioned, 1:406, 1:407n, 1:409, 1:476, 1:482; servants’ party and, 2:178; traveling with, 2:17, 2:21

Charrière, Isabelle de, 1:180n

Charterhouse school: master at, 6:200, 6:201n; nomination to, 3:30–31, 3:38–39

Charteris, Evelyn (Lady de Vesci), 5:128

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

Charteris, Lady Margaret, 5:448, 5:449n

Charteris, Richard, 5:449n

Chartist movement, 1:100, 1:101, 1:102n, 1:103n, 1:105

Chase, Thomas, 5:232n; letters to (1881–85), 5:232, 5:306

Chasles, Philarète, 1:93n, 1:99, 1:431

Chastellux, Henri Louis, 1:428n

Chastellux, Henri Louis (duke of Rauzan), 1:428n

Chateaubriand, François-Auguste-René de: allusions to, 1:250n; on the future, 1:lix; mentioned, 2:83, 3:177; Sainte-Beuve on, 2:65, 2:109, 2:114–15

Chatelain, Jean Baptiste François Ernest de: letters to (1851–55), 1:305

Chatham, earl of, 2:52

Chatterton (Jones), 5:432

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 5:65, 5:75, 5:268n

Chelmsford, (Frederick Thesiger), 2:65, 2:66n

Cheltnam, Charles Smith, 5:284n

Cheltnam, Mrs Charles Smith, 5:284

Chenery, Thomas, 4:386, 4:387n, 5:30, 5:61

Cherbuliez, Victor, 4:425, 4:426n

Chervois-Crommelin, May de la, 5:432n; letters to (1881–85), 5:431

Chervois-Crommelin, Nicholas, 5:432n

Chesham, Lady (Henrietta Frances Cavendish, née Lascelles): invitation from, 4:88; letters to (1866–70), 3:327, 3:360, 3:378; letters to (1871–75), 4:100; visit with, 3:390

Chesham, Lord (William George Cavendish): invitations from, 3:377, 4:88; marriage of, 3:327n; mentioned, 3:360, 3:379; visits with, 3:390

Chester, Robert, 3:271

Chesterfield, Lord, 1:xxxiii

Chester Square house: cooks for, 2:207, 3:110; daily life in, 1:392, 2:140, 2:257–58, 2:394; departure from, 3:239; dinner parties at, 2:97, 2:98, 2:100, 2:146, 2:147, 2:158, 2:160, 2:161, 2:224, 2:371, 2:385, 3:9, 3:20, 3:85, 3:87, 3:119, 3:133, 3:239, 5:136–37; forwarding mail from, 3:302; household arrangements at, 1:407, 1:514–15; leased, 2:294–95, 2:297, 2:298n, 3:24, 3:32, 3:34, 3:141, 3:218, 3:221, 3:223; MA’s birthday at, 2:359–60; negotiations for, 1:385; painting of, 2:134; parties at, 1:393, 2:177–78; pleasures of, 1:389; size of, 3:181; sleeping arrangements at, 2:137–38, 3:95–96, 3:206–7

Chetwynd-Talbot, Lady Emma Charlotte: family of, 6:14n; invitation from, 6:338; letters to (1881–85), 6:30; on Nelly, 6:13

Chetwynd-Talbot, Rev. George Augustus, 6:13, 6:14n

Cheyne, Selina (later, Graves), 2:12n

Cheyne, Thomas Kelly, 6:39n; letters to (1881–85), 6:39; letters to (1886–88), 6:307–8

Chicago: lectures at, 5:381n; newspapers in, 5:382–83, 5:424; remembered, 6:254; visit to, 5:380–81, 5:383–84

Chicago Daily Tribune, 5:381n

Chicago Hoax: comments on, 5:421, 5:425; description of, 5:417n; text of, 6:373–77

Chicago News, 5:417n

Chicago Tribune, 5:317–18, 5:417n

Chichester, William (Baron O’Neill), 5:162

Chickering Hall, lectures in, 5:317, 5:321, 5:337, 5:340, 5:343, 5:345, 5:348, 5:403n, 5:405, 6:190n

Chigi (Papal Nuncio), 2:410, 2:412, 2:414

Child, Francis James, 5:348n; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1881–85), 5:352; visit with, 5:347

Childers, Hugh Culling Eardley, 4:6, 4:7n, 4:418, 4:436

Childers, Katherine Gilbert, 5:135, 5:136n

Childs, George William, 6:169n; mentioned, 6:169, 6:202; Milton’s memorial and, 6:337, 6:347; visits with, 6:174, 6:180

Childs, Mrs George William, 6:242

Chillingworth, William, 2:358

Chinnery family, 6:324

Chinnery, Alice Emily Wilson, 6:326n

Chinnery, Walter Moresby, 6:326n

Choate, Helen Olcott, 5:339

Choate, Joseph Hodges, 6:189

Choate, Miriam Foster, 5:339

Christian Brothers, 5:12

Christian Examiner, 2:389n

Christianity: “profound natural truth” of, 4:337, 4:352; uses of, 3:463–64. See also religion

Christian Knowledge Society: letters to (1871–75), 4:240

Christian (prince of Schleswig-Holstein), 3:198n

Christian Union, 5:357n, 5:400n

Christian World, 3:191, 3:192n

Christie family, 6:261

Christie, Mary: letters to (1881–85), 5:285

Christ’s Hospital, nominations for, 2:280, 2:287, 2:288, 2:289, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293–94

Chronicle, 3:175

Chrzanowski, Gen. Albert, 1:450n

Church, Helen Frances Bennett, 5:48n

Church, Richard William: appointment for, 2:243, 2:244n; letter from, 3:418, 3:419n; mentioned, 3:456, 5:48n; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:433n, 4:32; on Wordsworth’s poems, 5:26, 5:53, 5:62, 5:84

Church and State Review, 2:380

Church Association, 3:84n

Church Congress (1887), 6:311

Churchill, Miss: letters to (1886–88), 6:209

Churchill, Charles, 3:154, 6:69, 6:70n, 6:73, 6:209n

Churchill, Edith Ellen (later, Coutts-Nevill), 6:249

Churchill, Ellen Stooks, 6:69, 6:70n, 6:73

Churchill, John Wesley, 5:239n; elocution lessons of, 5:236n, 5:328, 5:459; visit with, 5:356–537

Churchill, John Winston Spencer. See Marlborough, duke of (John Winston Spencer Churchill)

Churchill, Mary Jane Donald, 5:356–537

Churchill, Lady Randolph, 6:271

Churchill, Lord Randolph: family of, 6:23; on Forster, 6:273–74; mentioned, 6:271; opinion of, 6:151, 6:185, 6:214; resignation of, 6:242, 6:244; writing of, 6:249

“The Church of Brou” (MA), 1:324n, 3:321, 4:353, 4:393

Church of England: as antidemocratic, 4:71; appointments in, 3:369; disestablishment of, 6:214; educational program and, 2:248; High Church vs. Broad Church and, 2:260n; linked to past, 4:330; Lutheranism compared to, 6:98; Presbyterianism in, 3:328, 3:330; Puritanism as related to, 3:379, 3:382, 3:387; reform vs. abolition of, 6:115; on Revised Code, 2:141; ritualism in, 3:84n; Tory connection of, 4:124

“The Church of England” (MA): as lecture, 4:86, 4:313; publication of, 4:314n, 4:316–17; references in, 4:91n

Church of Ireland: bill debated on, 3:352, 3:353n, 3:357–58; disestablishment of, 3:242n, 3:324n, 3:416, 6:84, 6:104n, 6:314, 6:330–31; Liberal approach to, 3:292; mentioned, 3:328, 6:282; Thomas Arnold Sr. on, 3:256; writing about, 3:260, 3:273

Church of the Disciples (Boston), 5:210n

Church Quarterly Review, 4:334–35

Cicero: excessiveness of, 2:150; mentioned, 2:270, 2:426, 5:342; quoted, 4:372, 5:30, 5:291

Circourt, comte de (Adolphe Marie Pierre): on “The Bishop and the Philosopher,” 2:182; on England and the Italian Question, 1:492, 1:493, 1:496; mentioned, 1:421n, 1:427, 1:429, 1:439, 1:457, 1:494, 1:495, 2:79, 2:194, 2:395, 2:412, 3:127; visits with, 1:426, 2:409–10, 3:30

Circourt, La Comtesse (Anastasie de Klustine), 1:421n; on England and the Italian Question, 1:492, 1:493, 1:495–96; mentioned, 1:419, 1:420, 1:429, 1:457; visits with, 1:423

Civilization in the United States (MA): “General Grant” in, 5:322n; as lecture, 6:335, 6:340, 6:343, 6:344; publication of, 6:345; references in, 5:383n; responses to, 6:363, 6:364

civil liberty, reflections on, 3:419

Civil Service Commission: appointments and, 1:168n, 3:440, 3:442–43; books recommended by, 4:437, 6:342; examinations for, 3:266–67, 5:207, 5:208, 5:211, 5:214; examiner for, 1:202n; Tom’s work for, 5:252; uniform requirements for, 3:440–41. See also India examinations

Clack family, 1:221

Clack, Henry T., 1:222n

Clack, Samuel, 1:222n

Clack, Thomas Edward, 1:222n

Clack, William Courtenay, 1:222n

Clanricarde, Lord, 6:214, 6:232

Clapham Common, 2:217

Clapinson, Mary, 1:xli

Claremont, Lt. Col., 1:437, 1:439n

Clarendon, Lord (George William Frederick Villiers), 1:106n; family of, 3:377; mentioned, 3:383, 6:370; opinion of, 1:105; on Papal Aggression issue, 1:194; Rugby School and, 2:97n

Clarendon Press, 2:285, 4:354, 4:360

Clark (tailor), 6:64

Clark (unidentified), 4:423

Clark, Miss, 6:155

Clark, Andrew: mentioned, 6:268, 6:269

Clark, Andrew (physician): book sent to, 4:288; MA’s care and, 5:438, 6:36–37; mentioned, 3:428, 4:169, 4:188; patients of, 4:289n; request of, 4:368

Clark, Charles, 4:424n

Clark, David, 5:327, 5:328n

Clark, James F.: letters to (1886–88), 6:321

Clark, Julia M. Ross, 5:327, 5:328n

Clark, Mary, 5:327, 5:328n

Clark, Messrs. R. and E.: letters to (1886–88), 6:352

Clark, Messrs. R. and R.: letters to (1876–80), 5:120–21; mentioned, 5:122, 5:284, 5:445, 6:31, 6:33

Clark, Robin, 1:68

Clark, William George, 1:256, 1:256n, 3:261, 3:261n, 3:262

Clarke, Charles Cowden, 1:270n

Clarke, Hyde: letters to (1876–80), 4:377

Clarke, James Freeman: letters to (1881–85), 5:210

Clarke, Loftus Longueville Tottenham, 1:459n

Clarke, Mrs Longueville, 1:457, 1:459n

Clarke, W., 2:327

Claude le Lorrain (painter), 2:53

Claude, Louis J., 5:322, 5:323n, 5:384n, 6:214, 6:217

Claude, Mary S.: mentioned, 1:124, 1:126n, 5:323n; works: Twilight Thoughts, 6:214, 6:215n, 6:217, 6:220, 6:228

Claudet, Antoine François, 2:140, 2:141n

Claughton, Piers Calverley (bishop of Columbo), 3:368, 4:313, 4:314n

Claughton, Thomas Legh, 1:21–22n

Clay (attaché), 2:431, 2:433

Clay, Charles John, 2:275, 4:116, 4:117n, 4:294, 4:406, 4:408, 5:26, 5:132

Clay, Frederick (or Frédéric), 2:175–76n, 3:291

Clay, Harriet Dickason, 2:228, 2:229n

Clay, Henry, 6:177, 6:180n

Clay, William, 2:228, 2:229n

Clayton, Rev. Augustus, 1:290–91n

Clayton, Fitz-Roy Augustus Talbot, 1:290, 1:291

Cleasby, Anthony, 4:308, 4:309n

Cleasby, Lucy Susan Fawkes, 4:308, 4:309n

Clemenceau, Georges, 6:103, 6:117, 6:118n, 6:120

Clemens, Samuel. See Twain, Mark

Clement, Miss (teacher), 3:57–58

Clergy Subscription Commission, 2:297

Clerical Club, 4:59

Clerkenwell Prison, 3:198–99

Cleveland, Grover, 5:343n, 5:457, 6:162n, 6:197n

Cleveland (Ohio): lectures at, 5:379, 5:380, 5:382, 5:394; remembered, 6:316; visit to, 5:386, 5:392, 5:395

Cley, Norfolk, school inspections in, 3:142

Clifford, Baron, of Chudleigh, 6:14n

Clifford, Cecilia Mary (Lady Feilding), 6:13, 6:14n

Clifford, Charles Hugh, 3:438, 3:439n

Clifford, Col. Henry Morgan, 3:390, 3:391n

Clifford, William Kingdon, 4:292, 4:293n

Clinton, Arthur Pelham, 3:425

Clinton, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham (duke of Newcastle), 1:413, 1:414, 1:415n, 1:418, 1:452n, 3:198n

Clodd, Edward, 5:76n; letters to (1876–80), 5:76; letters to (1886–88), 6:145

Closerie des Genêts (Soulié), 1:438, 1:439n

Clothilde (princess), 1:438, 1:439n

Clough, Anne Jemima, 2:105, 2:106n, 3:85, 3:86n

Clough, Arthur Hugh: acquaintances of, 1:165n, 2:9n; in America, 5:343; career of, 1:232–33, 1:234, 1:269n, 2:79–80; death of, 2:102, 2:103, 2:105; diaries of, 1:xxxv–xxxvi, 1:xxxviii; family of, 1:269n; finances of, 1:241n, 1:245; handwriting of, 4:8; health/illnesses of, 2:59; letters (general), 1:xliv; letters from (1846–50), 1:70–71, 1:176n; letters from (1851–55), 1:246n; letters from (1856–60), 2:20; letters to (1841–45), 1:62–63, 1:64–65; letters to (1846–50), 1:75, 1:76, 1:77, 1:78, 1:82, 1:86–87, 1:88–90, 1:92–93, 1:100, 1:102–3, 1:105–6, 1:108–9, 1:111–12, 1:113, 1:114–15, 1:116–21, 1:126–27, 1:128–29, 1:130–33, 1:134, 1:137–38, 1:155–57, 1:167, 1:172, 1:176–77; letters to (1851–55), 1:232–34, 1:236, 1:237–38, 1:245–46, 1:249–50, 1:252–54, 1:258–59, 1:263–64, 1:268–71, 1:273–74, 1:275–76, 1:280, 1:281–82, 1:322; letters to (1856–60), 1:484–86, 1:500, 2:41–42; letters to (1861–65), 2:59, 2:79–80; MA on, 1:xlv; MA on poetry of, 1:76–77, 1:114–15, 1:130–31, 1:136, 1:258, 2:55–56, 4:28; marriage of, 1:229n, 1:323n; MA’s friendship with, 1:xxv, 1:252–54, 1:263, 1:487, 2:101–2; on MA’s marriage, 1:209n, 1:211n; memoir of, 3:286–87, 3:289; mentioned, 1:72–73, 1:107, 1:186, 1:187, 1:191, 1:192, 1:193, 1:195, 1:196, 1:197, 1:198, 1:199, 1:200, 1:204, 1:205, 1:208, 1:359, 2:16n, 2:62, 2:313; papers of, 1:xli; poem about, 3:9, 3:35; publication of MA’s letters to, 1:xxi–xxiv; published letters and journals of, 2:109, 2:479, 3:77–78; remembered, 2:120, 3:121, 3:235, 3:297, 3:321–22, 4:17, 5:252, 6:334; Rugby headmaster and, 1:161; sexuality of, 1:168n; Shairp on, 3:287n; on social theories, 1:268; symbols used by, 1:xxxv–xxxvi; testimonial for, 1:228–29; translations of, 1:133, 1:134, 1:137, 1:237–38, 1:500, 1:520, 2:41, 2:59, 2:139; travels of, 1:241, 2:80n; works: Ambarvalia, 1:75n, 1:114n, 1:131n, 1:136; Amours de Voyage, 1:258; The Bothie of Toper-na-Fuosich (Clough), 1:127n, 1:136, 1:193n, 1:253, 1:322, 2:120; Letters and Remains, 2:479n; “The Mystery of the Fall,” 1:114, 1:115n, 1:116; “The Questioning Spirit,” 1:75n; “Qui Laborat, Orat,” 1:131n

Clough, Blanche Smith: acquaintances of, 1:265n; Clough’s writings published by, 2:109, 2:120, 2:121, 2:479; on Flu, 1:lv; letters from (1861–65), 2:131; letters to (1851–55), 1:241n, 1:246n; letters to (1861–65), 2:105, 2:121, 2:212; letters to (1866–70), 3:286–87, 3:289, 3:297; marriage of, 1:229n, 1:323n; mentioned, 1:250, 3:35

The Club: dining at, 5:239, 6:26, 6:147, 6:358; election to, 5:195; members of, 4:207n

Coates family, 6:62, 6:206, 6:333

Coates, Alice, 6:351

Coates, Edward Hornor, 5:355–56n; mentioned, 6:351; visits with, 5:355, 5:364, 5:366n

Coates, Florence Van Leer Earle: letters to (1886–88), 6:256, 6:350–51; marriage of, 5:355–56n; visits with, 5:355, 5:364, 5:366n

Cobbe, Frances Power, 4:243–44n; companion of, 5:130; letters from (1881–85), 5:152; letters to (1871–75), 4:243; letters to (1881–85), 5:257; mentioned, 5:141

Cobbett, William, 5:67, 5:73

Cobbold, Anna Frances (later, Spooner), 3:133, 3:134n

Cobbold, Constance Sophia (later, Green), 3:133, 3:134n

Cobbold, John Chevallier, 3:130, 3:131n, 3:133

Cobbold, Lucy (later, Jervis), 3:133, 3:134n

Cobden, Richard, 1:103n; on American consul, 1:102–3; on Americans and England, 1:471; biography of, 4:22n, 5:172, 5:190; Disraeli on, 2:270; electoral franchise and, 1:108, 1:110n; on England and the Italian Question, 1:508; on Irish members of Parliament, 6:311; letters to (1861–65), 2:272–74, 2:277–78; mentioned, 1:105, 1:488, 2:168, 2:216, 2:275, 2:362; position of, 2:280

Cobham. See Pains Hill Cottage (Cobham, Surrey)

Cobham Stud Company, 4:370n

Cochin, Henry, 6:222

Cockayne-Cust, Henry Francis, 2:390

Cockayne-Cust, Sara Jane Cookson, 2:390

Cockburn (unidentified), 2:160

Cockburn, Alexander James Edmund, 2:162n, 3:188n

Coddington family, 6:29, 6:186, 6:266

Coddington, Fanny: health/illnesses of, 6:344; letters from, 6:69, 6:72; mentioned, 5:400, 5:408, 6:4; visit with, 6:188

Coddington, Marie: letters to (1886–88), 6:195; mentioned, 6:6, 6:24, 6:186

Cody, William Frederick (“Buffalo Bill”), 6:218

Coercion Bill, 5:135

Cohen, Benjamin, 3:123n

Cohen, Juliana (later, de Rothschild), 2:183n

Cohn, Albert, 1:436, 1:438n, 1:457, 1:465

Colam, John: letters to (1876–80), 4:329

Colbeck, James: letters to (1881–85), 5:310

Cole, Alfred: letters to (1871–75), 4:182

Cole, Henry, 4:250n; letters to (1871–75), 4:250, 4:252

Colenso, John William: as influence, 4:227; Liberals and, 3:229; opinion of, 2:170, 2:175; opposition to, 2:267n; reputation of, 2:190; support for, 2:354. See also “The Bishop and the Philosopher” (MA)

Coleridge family: mentioned, 1:187, 3:191, 4:14, 4:137, 5:244, 6:24, 6:266; visits with, 1:315, 2:43, 6:324

Coleridge, Lady (Amy Lawford), 6:328

Coleridge, Alethea Buchanan (later, Mackarness), 1:52n, 3:437, 3:438, 5:55, 5:268n

Coleridge, Arthur Duke, 4:371n; letters to (1876–80), 4:371; mentioned, 4:395

Coleridge, Audrey Jane, 5:48n

Coleridge, Bernard John Seymour, 3:436n; children of, 5:48n; education of, 3:435; lawsuits and, 5:453, 5:469, 5:470n, 5:477–78, 6:20n, 6:43; travels of, 5:48

Coleridge, Derwent, 2:100, 2:101n, 3:284

Coleridge, Edith, 1:150

Coleridge, Ernest Hartley: letters to (1881–85), 5:468, 6:35

Coleridge, Geoffrey, 5:48n

Coleridge, Geraldine Beatrice Lushington, 5:118, 6:266

Coleridge, Gilbert James Duke, 3:435, 3:436n, 6:17, 6:24, 6:202

Coleridge, Hartley, 1:52n, 1:102n, 2:101n

Coleridge, Henry James, 1:53n, 4:138, 4:311, 5:139

Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1:150n

Coleridge, Jane Fortescue Seymour, 1:62n, 4:395, 4:396n

Coleridge, John Duke (grandson), 6:266

Coleridge, John Duke (Judge) (son), 1:51–52n; acquaintances of, 5:356n; advice of, 3:227; in America, 5:316, 5:373, 5:376; on Burials Bill, 4:332; condolences from, 4:102; Dick’s position and, 6:205; education of, 1:57; elections and, 2:338; electoral franchise and, 3:128, 3:129n, 3:131n; Endowed Schools Bill and, 3:422; on Essays in Criticism, 2:380; father of, 1:xli, 1:59; in Gladstone’s cabinet, 3:301, 3:302n; health/illnesses of, 6:328; invitation from, 3:168; Irish issues and, 6:298, 6:302; lawsuits and, 6:20, 6:43; letters from (1881–85), 5:153; letters to (1841–45), 1:49–51, 1:53–55, 1:56–58, 1:60–61; letters to (1851–55), 1:279; letters to (1861–65), 2:246, 2:255, 2:338; letters to (1866–70), 3:24–25, 3:284–85, 3:321, 3:359, 3:360; letters to (1871–75), 4:104, 4:136, 4:177–78, 4:186, 4:190, 4:209–10; letters to (1876–80), 4:311, 4:395, 4:407, 5:16, 5:26–27, 5:45, 5:46, 5:50–51, 5:55, 5:63–64, 5:65–66, 5:67–69, 5:71–72, 5:75, 5:81, 5:118–19, 5:121; letters to (1881–85), 5:170, 5:185–86, 5:188, 5:195, 5:213–14, 5:253, 5:289–90, 5:409–10, 5:434, 5:452–53, 5:469–70, 6:32; letters to (1886–88), 6:144, 6:147, 6:202–3, 6:298, 6:299, 6:301–2, 6:308, 6:339–40, 6:347; on letters to newspapers, 3:88; in Literary Club, 3:308; on MA, 5:317, 6:302n; marriage of, 1:62, 6:53; MA’s friendship with, 1:xxv, 1:xliii; mentioned, 1:133, 1:174n, 1:191, 1:208, 1:289, 1:413, 2:366, 2:476, 3:9, 3:31, 3:51, 3:90, 3:97, 3:99, 4:364, 4:389, 5:54, 5:89, 5:162, 5:195, 5:474–75, 6:13, 6:17, 6:40, 6:234; on Oxford tests, 3:23, 3:24–25; Poems of Wordsworth sent to, 5:51, 5:52, 5:72; positions for, 1:418, 2:354, 4:190, 5:121; requests of, 5:103–4; Roman history and, 1:312–13; speeches of, 3:284–85, 3:321, 3:360, 6:339; Stanley memorial and, 5:175; support from, 3:386; Tait memorial and, 5:244; visits with, 5:48, 5:50, 5:118–19, 5:139, 5:164, 5:242, 5:248, 5:249, 5:477–78, 6:232, 6:235, 6:311, 6:312, 6:327; on “Westminster Abbey,” 5:186; on Whately, 3:85; in Wordsworth Society, 4:61n, 5:268, 5:423; works: Verses during Forty Years, 1:62n, 5:26–27

Coleridge, John Taylor (father): acquaintances of, 1:32n; death of, 4:311; invitation from, 3:435, 3:438; on Keble, 1:140n, 3:317; legacy of, 3:379; letters (general), 1:xl–xli; letters from (1861–65), 2:296–97; letters from (1871–75), 4:27; letters to (1866–70), 3:436–37; mentioned, 1:51, 1:53n, 4:110n, 4:178, 4:209

Coleridge, Mary Alethea Mackarness, 3:436n

Coleridge, Mary Frances Keble, 4:14, 5:48

Coleridge, Mildred Mary: health/illnesses of, 5:64; lawsuit and, 5:470n, 6:18, 6:20; mentioned, 3:435, 3:436n, 5:48, 5:51, 5:67, 5:75, 5:170, 5:249; Stanley memorial and, 5:175

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: bust of, 5:468n; mentioned, 1:61, 1:62n, 5:164, 5:209, 6:350; opinion of, 1:369; reading of, 1:xl

Coleridge, Sara, 1:150n

Coleridge, Stephen William Buchanan, 3:436n; education of, 3:435; letters to (1886–88), 6:317; mentioned, 5:118, 6:261; works: Demetrius, 6:317

Coles, Mr (unidentified), 6:202, 6:205, 6:206n

Colet, Louise, 1:496n

Colgate, Mrs, 5:314

Colgate, James Boorman, 5:314n

College at Sydney (New South Wales), 1:228–29

Collège Louis de Grand, 2:412

Collegio Romana, 2:426, 2:428

Collier, Lady (Isabella Rose), 3:104, 3:105n, 3:116

Collier, Jeremy, 2:250

Collier, John, 6:25, 6:26, 6:27n, 6:43

Collier, R. Laird: letters to (1881–85), 5:421

Collier, Robert Porrett (solicitor general): mentioned, 2:353, 2:354n, 3:435; scandal involving, 4:90; wife of, 3:105n

Collings, Edward J.: letters to (1876–80), 4:371, 4:438; letters to (1881–85), 5:415–16

Collings, Jesse, 4:371n

Collins, Mr (unidentified), 2:440, 2:449, 2:482, 3:54, 3:85

Collins, Mrs (unidentified), 5:272

Collins, Frances, 3:156n

Collins, John Churton: attack on Gosse’s work, 6:107n, 6:213n; letters to (1886–88), 6:212–13, 6:215–16, 6:233–34, 6:245–46

Collins, Mortimer, 3:156–57n; letters to (1866–70), 3:156, 3:402; on MA, 2:471; opinion of, 5:184

Collins, Robert Hawthorne, 6:348n; letters to (1886–88), 6:348; mentioned, 6:354

Collins, William (poet), 5:97, 5:222–23

Collins, William Wilkie (novelist), 1:421n, 2:179, 2:180n

Collins, William Wilkie (painter), 1:140

Collis (servant), 6:221, 6:223n, 6:228

Cologne, archbishop of, 6:80

Coltman, Miss (unidentified), 1:143

Coltman, Rev. George, 1:144n

Coltman, Thomas, 1:144n

Columbia University, 5:364, 5:393, 6:258

Columbo, bishop of (Piers Calverley Claughton), 3:368, 4:313, 4:314n

Colville, Lord, 5:269n

Colville, Lady (Cecile Carrington), 5:268, 5:269n

Colvin, Sidney, 5:221–22n; letters to (1881–85), 5:221; letters to (1886–88), 6:291–92

Combe family: balls of, 6:42–43, 6:104, 6:107, 6:112, 6:324, 6:325; gift for, 6:337; mentioned, 4:233, 5:176, 5:466, 6:69, 6:72–73, 6:211; visits with (daughters), 6:252, 6:349

Combe, Alice Ethel Leonard Cushny, 6:320, 6:321n, 6:325, 6:353, 6:354

Combe, Charles: daughters of, 6:252n, 6:354, 6:355n; marriage of, 6:321n; mentioned, 1:380n, 4:233n, 6:42

Combe, Lady Constance Augusta, 5:176, 5:177n

Combe, Delafield, and Co. (brewery), 1:380n

Combe, Evelyn, 6:354

Combe, Frances, 1:380n

Combe, George, 1:335, 1:336n

Combe, Harvey Christian, 1:380n

Combe, Richard, 5:176, 5:177n

Combe, Richard Henry, 5:177n

Combe, Rory, 6:325

Comédie française, 4:38n

“A Comment on Christmas” (MA): as American lecture, 6:157–58n; publication of, 5:455, 6:158; reprinting of, 6:209; responses to, 6:47, 6:141n; writing of, 5:478

Commercial Journal (Cincinnati), 5:391–92

Commercial Treaty, 2:457

Committee of Council on Education: on buildings, 1:242; committee to investigate, 2:310–11; investigative committee and, 2:310, 2:311n, 2:321, 2:330; letters to (1851–55), 1:231–32, 1:235, 1:243; letters to (1856–60), 2:11; members of, 1:130n, 1:486n, 2:316n, 3:53n, 5:451n, 6:66n, 6:70n, 6:215n; mentioned, 1:198; positions and certificates of, 1:366. See also Council of Education; Inspector of Schools; Secretary to the Education Commission

Committee on the Representation of the People Bill, 3:129n

“Common Schools Abroad” (MA), 6:155n, 6:161, 6:196n

Compton, Lord Douglas, 6:235, 6:237n

Compton, Lady Mary Florence Baring, 6:269, 6:270n

Compton, William George Spencer Scott, 6:270n

Comte, Auguste, 1:92, 1:93n, 4:287

conformity, reflections on, 1:273

Confucius, 3:25–36

Congregationalist, 5:202n. See also Bolton, Sarah Knowles

Congregational Union, 4:333n

Congress of Vienna, 3:13

Congreve, Richard, 1:65, 1:66n, 1:67, 1:295n, 1:370

Congreve, Thomas, 1:66n

Conington, John, 1:128n; on Clough’s poetry, 1:127; on Lake, 1:52n; letters to (1861–65), 2:416–17; mentioned, 1:273, 3:121, 3:125; on Merope, 1:391n

Connecticut, places visited in: Haverhill, 5:325, 5:329n, 5:331, 5:347, 5:352

Conrad, Joseph, 6:250n

Constable (printer), 5:272, 5:274

Le Constitutionnel, Sainte-Beuve’s essays in, 2:262, 2:263, 2:264–65, 2:266, 2:369, 2:372

Contemporary Review: “Bishop Butler and the Zeit-Geist” in, 4:284n, 4:299; “A Comment on Christmas” in, 5:455n, 5:478; editors of, 3:342n, 5:188n; God and the Bible in, 4:187n, 4:197n, 4:198, 4:200, 4:202, 4:204, 4:206, 4:213, 4:271, 4:273; Goldwin Smith’s essay in, 5:425, 5:426n; Helps’s essays in, 4:29; on MA, 3:183, 4:91n, 4:215; marketing of, 4:221, 4:222n, 4:345n; mentioned, 4:171, 4:342, 4:355, 5:454, 6:23, 6:35, 6:243, 6:372; on New Poems, 3:191; “A Psychological Parallel” in, 4:338n; on religious teaching, 4:213, 4:214n; staff of, 5:68. See also Bunting, Percy William; Knowles, James Thomas; Strahan, Alexander

Convent Measure, 4:162n, 4:163

Conversations-Lexikon, 4:293

convict transportation, 1:157–58, 1:212

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 2:469n; letters to (1861–65), 2:468–69, 2:478; letters to (1866–70), 3:5, 3:179, 3:302, 3:359; letters to (1871–75), 4:247; letters to (1876–80), 4:411; on Whitman, 3:360n

Conybeare, Mrs, 6:210, 6:220

Conybeare, Charles Ranken, 1:359

Conybeare, Grace Mary (later, Macaulay), 6:210, 6:212n

Conybeare, Rev. W. J., 6:212n

Cook (unidentified), 3:120

Cook, Earley, 6:64–65

Cook, Edward Tyas: letters to (1886–88), 6:253

Cook, Rev. Flavius Joseph, 5:403, 5:404n

Cook, John Earley: letters to (1881–85), 6:54

Cook, Mary Jane Burmester (Kelly), 6:54n

Cooke, Edward William: letters to (1876–80), 5:17

Cookson, Sara Jane (later, Cockayne-Cust), 2:390

Cool as a Cucumber (play), 2:238n

Cooley, Rev. William Lake Johnson, 2:106, 2:107n

Cooper, Mrs (unidentified), 6:61, 6:250

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

Cooper, James Fenimore, The Pioneers, 6:348–49

Cooper, Samuel, 6:282, 6:283n

Coote, Thomas, 1:255, 1:256n

Copford: description of, 2:102; visit to, 2:134

Copland-Crawford, Gen. R. F., 3:304

Copleston, Edward, 1:363

Copley, Georgiana Susan Goldsmith. See Lyndhurst, Lady (Georgiana Susan Goldsmith Copley)

Copley, John Singleton (Lord Lyndhurst), 2:182, 2:183n, 5:259n

Copley Fielding, Antony Vandyke, 1:147

Copyhold Act 1852, 1:197n

copyright: differences among countries, 5:199; financial issues and, 5:224; Gladstone on, 5:199–200; mentioned, 5:122, 5:194; publisher-held, 5:125

“Copyright” (MA): influences on, 2:458n; publication of, 5:82n; references in, 5:234n; responses to, 5:199–200; writing of, 5:82

Coquelin, Ernst Alexandre Honoré, 5:42, 5:43n

Coquerel, Athanas Josué, 5:93

Corbet (unidentified), 2:287

Corbet, Andrew, 3:98n

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

Corbett (unidentified), 6:116, 6:130

Corbett, G., 6:116n

Cornhill Magazine: “Anarchy and Authority” in, 3:191, 3:195, 3:263; on Clough’s writings, 3:77–78; contributors to, 3:112n, 4:432n; “Culture and Its Enemies” in, 3:98n, 3:147, 3:149–50, 3:151, 3:155; editors of, 3:430–31n, 4:370n, 6:201n; “Eugénie de Guérin” in, 2:166n, 2:175n, 2:191–92, 2:207; founding of, 1:512, 1:513n, 2:191n; “Heinrich Heine” in, 2:188n, 2:211–12, 2:213, 2:217, 2:226, 2:228; on Kinglake, 2:320n; Lever’s novels in, 4:36n; “The Literary Influence of Academies” in, 2:166n, 2:309n, 2:312, 2:320, 2:321, 2:322–23; Literature and Dogma in, 4:41; “Men of Genius” (MA) in, 1:513n, 2:10n; mentioned, 2:139, 2:347, 3:16, 3:83, 3:97, 3:111, 3:313, 3:424, 5:68; on middle-class education, 2:328–29, 2:343, 2:344n; “My Countrymen” in, 2:355, 3:2, 3:3, 3:5, 3:9; “New Rome” in, 4:159–60, 4:162; “Pagan and Christian Religious Sentiment” in, 2:281n, 2:285, 2:289, 2:291; payment from, 2:334, 3:210, 3:256, 4:56, 4:73; “A Persian Passion Play” in, 4:50n, 4:54, 4:69, 4:72; “Puritanism and the Church of England” in, 3:380n, 3:387; requests from, 4:182; St Paul and Protestantism in, 3:363n, 3:368, 3:375, 3:376n, 3:404; On the Study of Celtic Literature in, 3:5–6n, 3:19, 3:23, 3:45; subscriptions to, 3:394; Tennyson vs. MA poetry in, 2:246–47, 2:253. See also Smith, George; Stephen, Leslie; Thackeray, William Makepeace

Cornish, Francis Warre: letters to (1866–70), 3:289

Corpus Christi College, 6:64, 6:66–67, 6:68, 6:69

Le Correspondant, 1:407, 2:240, 2:241n

Corry, Henry Thomas Lowry, 3:53, 3:55, 3:119, 3:129

Corson, Hiram: letters to (1881–85), 5:217

Cory, A. T., 2:174

Cosmopolitan Club, 6:159n

Cosway, Maria Farquhar, 1:440, 1:441n, 1:442

Cosway, William Halliday, 1:441n

Cotton, Charles, 1:263

Cotton, F. Oercy: letters to (1881–85), 5:184

Cotton, George Edward Lynch (bishop of Calcutta), 1:165n; biography of, 4:14; death of, 3:86n; mentioned, 1:161, 2:147; Thomas Arnold and, 3:85

Cotton, Richard Lynch, 1:363n; letters to (1856–60), 1:361–62

Coulling, S. M. B., 1:427n

Council of Education: administration of, 2:221, 2:315, 2:319–20; certification by, 1:275n; circulars from, 4:181, 5:472, 5:474; confidences shared, 3:220; district boundaries and, 3:26–27; examinership for, 1:269n; letters to (1866–70), 3:109; letters to (1871–75), 4:45, 4:54, 4:74, 4:107, 4:200, 4:222, 4:248; letters to (1876–80), 4:415; letters to (1881–85), 5:224, 5:225, 5:232, 5:264–65, 5:291, 5:310, 5:446, 5:458, 5:463, 5:464, 5:472, 5:474, 6:1, 6:8, 6:79; letters to (1886–88), 6:134; on required examination, 3:218; shortcomings of, 2:324; testimony for, 6:142; vacancy in, 3:394–95, 3:397, 3:400. See also Committee of Council on Education; Inspector of Schools; Secretary to the Education Commission; specific ministers

Council of the Institute (Birmingham), 4:54–55

“Count Leo Tolstoi” (MA): distribution of, 6:332–33; publication of, 6:276n; writing of, 6:315, 6:319, 6:328, 6:351

Courtenay, Henry Hugh (Lord Devon), 6:42, 6:43n

“A Courteous Explanation” (MA), 3:20n, 3:21, 3:26

Courtney, Leonard Henry, 5:234n, 5:468n; letters to (1881–85), 5:468; mentioned, 5:233

Courtney, W. L., 6:327n

Court Theatre, 5:66n, 5:101, 6:265

Cousin, Victor, 1:425–26n; Blaze de Bury on, 3:111, 3:112n, 3:117–18, 3:122; death of, 3:112n; education report of, 2:15; mentioned, 1:177n, 1:200, 1:420, 1:425, 1:495, 1:514, 3:454; mistress of, 1:496n; visits with, 1:426

Cousins, Henry, 5:33n

Coutts, Ishbel Maria (later, Hamilton-Gordon), 4:380

Coutts, Mary, 6:228

Coutts-Nevill, Edith Ellen Churchill, 6:249

Coutts-Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas Money, 6:249

Covent Garden, 3:460, 4:2, 4:8, 4:364n

Coventry, Henry, 5:42n

Coventry, Mary Eleanor Lauderdale (Lady Suffolk), 5:41, 5:42n, 6:250

Cowell, Alice, 4:222n

Cowie, Benjamin Morgan, 3:293n; family of, 4:73; letters to (1866–70), 3:293; letters to (1876–80), 4:363

Cowley, Lord (Henry Richard Charles Wellesley): family of, 2:412; introduction to (letters), 1:417, 1:418, 1:420; on Italian situation, 1:433; mentioned, 1:429, 1:455, 1:457, 1:478, 1:480, 1:483, 1:492, 2:409; opinion of, 3:285; on Prussians, 1:485; quoted, 4:359; Taunton Commission trip and, 2:405–7, 2:413–14; visits with, 1:431, 1:437, 1:465, 1:467

Cowper, Lord Francis Thomas De Grey, 3:263, 3:264n

Cowper, Georgiana Tollemache, 1:401n

Cowper, Henry Frederick, 3:263–64, 3:264n, 3:390

Cowper, William Francis (later, Cowper-Temple), 1:401n; allusion to, 4:187n; mentioned, 2:84; poetry of, 2:103, 2:104n, 2:110; travels of, 1:399

Cox, Mrs (cook), 3:349

Cox, William, 1:411, 1:412n

Coxe, Henry Octavius, 2:144n, 5:29n; family of, 6:363n; letters to (1861–65), 2:143–44; Tom’s career and, 5:28

Coxe, Susan Esther (later, Wordsworth), 6:363

Cradock, Edward Hartopp (born Grove), 5:64, 5:65n

Cradock, Harriet Lister, 5:65n

Craft, John, 6:251

Craft’s (cheesemonger), 6:251

Craik, George Lillie (father), 2:167

Craik, George Lillie (son): career of, 2:168n; financial dealings of, 4:328, 4:329, 4:367–68, 4:437–38, 5:114, 5:181, 5:208, 5:236; letters to (1866–70), 3:174–75, 3:179, 3:205, 3:225–26; letters to (1871–75), 4:242; letters to (1876–80), 4:353, 4:367, 4:396, 4:397, 4:402, 4:405, 5:51; letters to (1881–85), 5:181, 5:209, 5:237, 5:261–62, 5:279–80, 5:281, 5:283–84, 5:427–28, 6:31–33; letters to (1886–88), 6:212, 6:340–41, 6:342; on Macmillan’s booklist, 3:204–5n; mentioned, 3:318, 3:332, 4:148, 4:251, 4:298, 4:411, 6:352; on Morley, 5:52n. See also Macmillan (publisher)

Cranborne, Lord, 3:97, 3:98n, 3:119

Cranbrook, Lord. See Hardy, Gathorne (Lord Cranbrook)

Crane, William, 6:198n

Craven, Augustus, 5:19n

Craven, Pauline Marie Armand Aglaé, 5:19n

Crawford, Robert Erskine Wade (later, Copland-Crawford), 3:304

Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick, 3:97, 3:98n

Crebbin, Tim: letters to (1881–85), 5:349

Credo, essay on, 5:93

Creed, Rev. Henry, 3:35n

Creed, Juliet. See Pollock, Juliet Creed

Crémerie Imperiale (Paris), 1:424

Crémieux, Isaac Moise (Adolphe), 1:92, 1:94n

Crewdson, Mrs, 5:95

Crewdson, William Dillworth, 1:160, 1:165n, 2:275, 3:117

Crewian Orations: about, 2:37n; in 1860, 2:6n, 2:36; in 1862, 2:146–47, 2:149; in 1866, 3:48, 3:49, 3:50

crime, 3:74, 3:78, 3:309

Crimea, 1:318n, 1:331, 1:333n, 1:336

Crimes Bills, 5:177, 6:115, 6:273–74, 6:275n

Criminal Law Amendment Bill (1885), 6:55n

Criterion (theater), 5:121

Critic (periodical), 3:126n

The Critic (Sheridan), 3:90, 6:106

Critters, M. van, 1:458, 1:459n

Croad, Hector, 4:384

Croizette, Sophie, 5:42, 5:42–43n

Croker, John Wilson, 1:211n, 3:261n, 4:335–36n

Croker, Rosamond Pennell, 3:261

Cromer, visit to, 3:255–56

Crompton, Charles, 1:399, 1:401n

Crompton, Dorothea (later, Yates), 2:77

Crompton, Henry, 1:401n

Crompton, Lucy Romilly, 1:401n

Crompton, Mary (later, Davies), 1:401n

Cromwell, Oliver, 4:22n, 6:282, 6:289–91, 6:294, 6:309

Cromwell, Thomas (Lord Essex), 6:273

“Cromwell” (MA): availability of, 5:232; mentioned, 1:54, 1:55n; prize for, 1:56n, 6:346

Cropper family, 2:197

Cropper, Fanny Alison Wakefield, 3:228n

Cropper, James (son): elections and, 6:95, 6:96n, 6:186; family of, 1:260n; mentioned, 6:205, 6:244; news of, 3:227, 3:228n, 3:231

Cropper, John (father), 1:260n, 4:231

Cropper, John Wakefield (son): advice from, 3:110, 4:19–20, 4:73; Dick’s career and, 6:355; engagement and marriage of, 1:259, 1:260n; gift from, 5:73; letters to (1871–75), 4:231; loan from, 3:367, 3:368n; mentioned, 1:287–88, 1:318, 1:352, 2:479, 4:446, 5:230, 5:392, 6:194, 6:361; travels of, 3:355; Walter’s illness and, 6:10

Cropper, Lucy Ada: children of, 6:355; mentioned, 1:352, 3:50, 3:362, 3:364, 3:365, 3:368, 5:392, 6:196

Cropper, Susanna Elizabeth Lydia Arnold (“Babbat Apbook,” “Susy,” MA’s sister): engagement and marriage of, 1:259, 1:260n; family of, 3:228n; health/illnesses of, 6:73, 6:229, 6:251; home of, 1:lv; invitation from, 3:158, 3:167; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:xlii; letters from (1856–60), 1:379, 1:434; letters from (1861–65), 2:467; letters to (1829–40), 1:20–21; letters to (1841–45), 1:68–69; letters to (1851–55), 1:287–88; letters to (1856–60), 1:351–52; letters to (1861–66), 2:349–50, 2:450–52; letters to (1876–80), 4:429–30, 4:445–46, 5:72–73; letters to (1881–85), 5:391–92; letters to (1886–88), 6:194; mentioned, 1:4, 1:13, 1:81, 1:318, 1:468, 1:476, 1:516–17, 2:66, 2:99, 2:214, 6:196, 6:244, 6:245; siblings of, 1:2–3n; travels of, 3:355, 3:429; visits with, 2:8, 3:367, 5:59, 5:239

Cross, Richard Assheton, 4:196n; Dick’s career and, 4:423; letters to (1871–75), 4:195–96; letters to (1876–80), 4:302–3, 5:40; mentioned, 4:388, 6:54; position of, 4:389n; Tom’s career and, 4:289, 4:304

Cross Commission, 5:259n

Crossley, Hastings, 6:108

Crown and Government Security Bill, 1:106n

Crown Court school, 5:240

Crown Prince. See William II (Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert, crown prince)

Crown Princess. See Augusta Victoria (crown princess)

Cruelty to Animals Bill (1876), 4:330n

“Cruikshank” (MA), 3:322

Crystal Palace: banquet at, 4:38n; examinations at, 4:128; exhibitions in, 1:206n; panoramas at, 3:427; secretary at, 2:186; visits to, 1:392, 2:154, 2:301, 2:375

Cubitt family, 3:110, 3:111n, 4:335

Cubitt, George, 3:111n; as botanist, 6:52–53; letters to (1866–70), 3:431; letters to (1881–85), 5:293

Cubitt, Sophia (later, De La Pryme), 1:251n

Cudworth, Ralph, 4:354, 4:359

Cuffe (unidentified), 6:201

Culler, Dwight, 1:xvii

Culture and Anarchy (MA): advertisement of, 4:287; distribution of, 3:302, 3:310, 4:9, 4:376, 6:62, 6:110, 6:113; “Doing as One Likes” in, 2:367n; influences on, 1:83n, 1:456n, 2:59–60n; on marriage, 4:444n; mentioned, 4:262, 4:297, 4:419, 5:207, 5:340; origins of, 3:150n, 3:251, 3:290; payment for, 5:203, 5:208; preface of, 3:306, 3:307, 3:319; proofs of, 3:300, 3:302, 3:303, 3:307; publication of, 3:303; “puffs” at end of, 3:411; references in, 2:475n, 3:167n, 3:172n, 3:188n, 3:240n, 3:274n, 3:316, 3:318n, 4:136n; reprinting of, 5:207; responses to, 3:331, 3:350, 3:387n, 3:406, 3:429, 3:448–49, 4:4; reviews of, 3:314–16, 3:324, 3:325, 3:411; revising of, 3:305, 4:277, 4:278, 4:279; sales of, 4:167, 4:291

“Culture and Its Enemies” (MA): as lecture, 3:143n, 3:144; mentioned, 3:290; as Oxfordesque, 3:147; publication of, 3:98n, 3:102n, 3:114, 3:145–47, 3:149–50, 3:151; responses to, 3:155, 3:156, 3:162, 3:186, 3:187–88n, 3:224–25, 4:202n; reviews of, 3:162, 3:164, 3:166; writing of, 3:101

Cumberland Club (Portland), 5:399

Cumberlege, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:351

Cumin, Patrick, 1:135n; on England and the Italian Question, 1:490; Free Schools commission and, 6:106; on Iliad, 1:134; letters to (1871–75), 4:197; letters to (1881–85), 5:221, 5:222, 5:438–39, 6:35, 6:36, 6:38; letters to (1886–88), 6:137–38, 6:142; mentioned, 1:187, 1:193, 1:198, 2:98, 2:160, 2:161, 2:164, 2:165, 2:197, 2:484, 3:173, 3:196, 4:11, 4:274, 5:67, 5:134, 5:423, 6:1, 6:228; outings with, 1:437; Revised Code and, 2:131; Shaftesbury’s correspondence with, 2:72; Taunton Commission and, 2:361; Tom’s career and, 4:245

Cumming, John, 2:266, 2:267n, 2:324

Cunard, Mr, 5:298, 5:302

Cunard, Bache Edward, 5:299n

Cunard, William, 5:299n

Cunard Company, 6:227, 6:236, 6:319, 6:325, 6:344. See also Servia (Cunard Royal Mail Steamship)

Cun (inspector), 1:453n

Cunningham, Allan, 1:153n

Curgenven, John, 1:168–69n

Curran, John Philpot, 1:263, 1:264n

Currie, Bertram Wodehouse, 5:80n; letters to (1876–80), 5:80; letters to (1881–85), 6:41–42; mentioned, 5:162; party of, 6:294

Currie, Edmund Hay: letters to (1886–88), 6:264

Currie, Isaac Edward, 6:41–42

Currie, Laura Sophia Wodehouse, 3:20, 3:21n

Currie, Mary Montgomerie Singleton, 5:195n; letters to (1881–85), 5:194–95

Currie, Philip Henry Wodehouse, 5:195n, 5:307, 6:122

Currie, Raikes, 2:269, 2:271n, 3:20, 3:21n, 5:80n

Curtis, George William, 6:191, 6:304, 6:329

Curtis, Mrs George William, 6:304

Curtis, James, 2:386

Curtius, Ernst: on Greek etymology, 4:236, 4:237n; reference to, 6:226; reviews of, 4:30, 4:136; translations of, 3:282–83, 3:286, 3:287, 3:459

Curwen, Rev. Alfred Francis, 1:516, 1:517n

Curwen, Beatrice Cervinia Hills, 1:516, 1:517n

Curwen, Edward Stanley, 1:517n

Curzon, George Nathaniel, 5:448–49, 6:355, 6:356n

Cushing family, 6:337, 6:338

Cushny, Alexander, 6:321n, 6:353, 6:354

Cushny, Alice Ethel Leonard, 6:320, 6:321n, 6:325, 6:353

Cust, William, 2:371n, 3:27, 3:32, 3:87, 3:235

Cust, Mrs William (née Newnham), 2:371, 3:27, 3:87

Cuvier, Georges, 2:366, 2:367n