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daguerrotypes, dislike of, 1:139–40

Daily News: on Clough, 2:120; contributors to, 4:165n; correspondents of, 3:144n, 3:183n, 3:197n, 4:172–73n, 4:175n, 4:387n; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:314–15, 3:319–20; Edward’s articles in, 2:124n, 3:92–93, 3:94; on England and the Italian Question, 1:487, 1:488n, 1:489; on Forster, 2:166n, 2:476, 3:84; on Franco-Prussian War, 3:452; Grant Duff’s discourse in, 3:210n; Lang’s article in, 6:72, 6:73n; letters in, 3:7, 3:8n, 3:371–72; on Merope, 1:370; obituaries in, 1:411; “The Principle of Examination” in, 2:130; requests from, 2:102; Revised Code and, 2:130, 2:131, 2:133, 2:134; Smith’s writing and, 2:98, 2:334; on On Translating Homer, 2:67

Daily Telegraph: correspondents of, 4:173n; editors of, 3:186, 3:188n, 4:117n, 5:155n; on Eisteddfods letter, 3:149, 3:150n; leader-writers of, 3:221n, 5:245n; on MA, 3:75; requests to/from, 3:220, 6:371; Sala’s lawsuit and, 4:15; staff of, 5:81; style of, 3:65; on transvestites’ trial, 3:414n

Dalberg, John Emmerich Edward. See Acton, Lord John Emmerich Edward Dalberg

Dale, Robert William, 4:90, 4:91n

Dalhousie (unidentified), 6:59

Dalhousie, Lord (James Andrew Broun Ramsay), 1:339, 1:340n, 5:452, 5:453, 5:461

Dallas, Eneas Sweetland, 2:99n; letters to (1866–70), 3:291–92; on On Translating Homer, 2:98

Dalley, Lucy (later, Goschen), 3:16, 3:17n, 5:5n

Dalling, Lord, 5:67

Dalrymple, Donald, 2:87, 2:88n, 2:226

Dal Verme, Count: dancing of, 3:358n; introduction for, 3:414, 3:415; letters from (1871–75), 4:4; mentioned, 3:357, 3:372–73, 3:379, 4:6, 4:28; political concerns and, 3:367; theatrical and, 4:11; visits with, 3:372

Daman, Charles, 1:60n

Dana, John Cotton: letters to (1881–85), 5:346

Danby, T. W., 5:222, 5:463, 6:8

Dandy Dick (Pinero), 6:265, 6:266n

Daniell, James Whiteman (“Jemmy”), 6:345, 6:346n

Danreuther, Edward, 4:336n; on Dick, 4:335; letters to (1876–80), 4:344, 4:374

Danson, Francis Chatillon: letters to (1881–85), 5:436

Dante Alighieri, 1:133, 1:372, 3:22n, 5:11

“Dante and Beatrice” (MA), 2:126n, 2:195n, 2:332

Dare, Joseph, 1:416n

Dark Blue (journal), 4:33n, 4:135n

Dart, John, 2:139, 2:481

Dart Meet, 3:435

Dartmouth College, 5:327–28

Darwin, Charles, 3:422, 3:423, 4:293, 4:293n

Dasent, George Webbe, 1:412n; family of, 5:193n; Ipsen and, 6:8, 6:16; mentioned, 1:485, 3:21, 3:183; reading of, 1:410, 3:404n

Dasent, John Roche, 5:192, 5:193n, 5:201

Dasent Wood, outing to, 2:206–7

Daudet, Alphonse, Sapho, 6:82–83

Dauzet (inspector), 1:451n

Davidson, Mr, 2:24

Davidson, Louis: letters to (1886–88), 6:146

Davidson, Samuel: on Farrar’s book, 5:61; letters to (1876–80), 6:372

Davies, Rev. Edward William Lewis, 1:498, 1:499n

Davies, James, 4:336n

Davies, John Llewellyn, 1:401n; on “Anarchy and Authority,” 3:260; family of, 2:231n; letters to (1861–65), 2:214–15; letters to (1871–75), 4:114, 4:124–25; mentioned, 3:127; sermons of, 5:422; travels of, 1:399

Davies, Mary Crompton, 1:401n

Davies, Sarah Emily, 2:231n; letters to (1861–65), 2:230–33, 2:235, 2:300, 2:343–44, 2:360–61, 2:387; letters to (1866–70), 3:3, 3:46, 3:272; letters to (1886–88), 6:292; Taunton Commission and, 2:365

Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr.: background of, 1:xv; death of, 1:xvii; diaries and, 1:xxxv; on Lowry’s edition, 1:xxii; MA letters and, 1:xvi–xvii, 1:xviii, 1:xxiv–xxv; on Roger Brooks, 1:xliii; tribute to, 1:xvi–xvii

Davout, Louis Nicolas, 2:410n, 2:412

Davy family, 1:182, 1:184

Davy, John: death of, 3:223, 3:224n; essays for, 2:310; fishing and, 2:23; marriage of, 1:142n; mentioned, 2:266, 3:48, 3:113

Davy, Margaret Fletcher: article for, 2:266; health/illnesses of, 3:160; marriage of, 1:142n; mentioned, 3:223, 3:227; recommendations for, 2:372

Dawes, Richard (dean of Hereford), 2:100, 2:101n

Dawson, George, 1:368

Dawson, Matilda Ellen (Lady Slade), 1:242, 1:243n, 1:343n, 1:436, 1:449, 3:103

Dawson, Samuel Edward, 5:397n

Dawson-Damer, Lionel Seymour William, 2:269, 2:271n

Deacon family: mentioned, 6:235, 6:255, 6:277, 6:320; Nelly’s stays with, 5:305, 5:449, 6:333, 6:338, 6:348, 6:359; visits with, 5:467, 6:208

Deacon, John: letters to (1886–88), 6:293; visit with, 5:64, 5:65n, 5:227

Deacon, Lucy K. Pym: mentioned, 6:122, 6:171, 6:219–20; mothers’ meeting and, 6:3; visit with, 5:64, 5:65n, 5:227

Deal Wesleyan School (Kent), 1:322

Deane (servant), 1:301, 1:302, 1:321, 6:222

“dear old,” use of phrase, 1:xlvi–xlvii

Deasy, Rickard, 1:399–400, 1:401n

death, reflections on, 3:211, 3:294, 3:305, 4:98, 6:256

Decade, members of, 1:128n, 1:135n

Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe, 2:108

Deimling, Lina, 2:449n

Deimling, Otto, 2:448, 2:449n

Déjazet, Virginia, 1:431

De Kay, Charles, 5:316n; letters to (1881–85), 5:316, 5:401

Delafield family, 6:14, 6:171

Delafield, Mr, 3:364

Delafield, Charlotte Philips, 1:380n, 3:7, 3:239, 3:400, 4:88

Delafield, John, 1:380n, 6:168n

Delafield, Joseph, 1:380n, 6:168n

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

Delafield, Maturin Livingston, 6:167, 6:168, 6:168n

Delafield, Mrs Maturin Livingston, 6:167

Delafield, Susan, 1:xxxix, 1:1–2, 1:3n, 1:18

Delafield, William, 1:380n; family of, 6:168n; illness of, 2:165–66, 2:169; mentioned, 1:379, 2:122, 2:476, 3:400

Delane, John Thadeus, 2:182, 2:183n, 4:6, 4:387n

Delano, Franklin Hughes, 5:322, 5:323n, 5:328, 6:166–67, 6:280

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

De La Pryme, Charles, 1:251–52n; letters to (1851–55), 1:251

De La Pryme, Sophia Cubitt, 1:251n

DeLaura, David, 1:78n, 1:246n, 1:265n

De La Warr, Earl, 6:22n

Delcosso, O., 1:469n

Delille, Abbé, 2:181n

Deloche (inspector), 1:453

Delpech, M., 3:251, 3:253

“Democracy” (MA), 2:343n, 4:443

Dempsey, Miss (unidentified), 5:312

Denbigh, Lady, 1:50, 1:52n

Denbigh, Lord, 2:62

Denison family, 6:337

Denison, Alfred Robert, 3:131, 3:132n

Denison, George Anthony (archdeacon of Taunton), 1:358, 2:380, 5:83

Denison, John Evelyn, 3:132n

Denison, William, 1:169n

Denman, George, 3:227–28n; advice of, 3:227; health/illnesses of, 6:308; letters to (1871–75), 4:179, 4:185

Denman, Thomas, 3:227–28n

Dennis, Frederick Shepard, 5:317

Dent, John Dent, 1:462, 1:463n

Dent, Mary Hebden Woodall, 1:462, 1:463n

“A Deptford Poet” (MA): distribution of, 5:147, 5:150; influences on, 4:269n, 4:270; mentioned, 5:165–66

Derby, Lord (Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley), 1:239n; Disraeli’s cabinet and, 4:195; Education Minute and, 3:119; Egypt’s situation and, 6:11; elections and, 1:239, 1:433, 1:434n; government of, 3:52n, 3:53–54n, 3:112; Indian situation and, 1:384; on Ireland, 3:55; Italian situation and, 1:456, 1:461; Liverpool speech and, 5:23–231; mentioned, 4:254, 4:270, 5:135; Newcastle Commission and, 1:413; opinion of, 6:45; resignation of, 3:235n; Revised Code and, 2:125; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:364n; on Thomas Arnold, 6:285; translations of, 2:358, 5:293; wife of, 6:22n

Derby, Lord (Edward Henry Stanley), 2:314n; appointment for, 5:249; A French Eton for, 2:313; letters to (1881–85), 5:171–72, 5:193, 5:249

Derby, school inspections in, 1:298

Derby, Lady (Margaret Elizabeth Gascoyne-Cecil), 5:231

Derby, Lady (Mary Catherine Sackville), 6:22, 6:63

Derneburg, Münster, 6:25, 6:26n

Derry, bishop of. See Alexander, Rev. William (bishop of Derry, later Primate of All Ireland)

Desart, Lady Elizabeth Lucy, 5:31

Descartes, René, 3:120n, 3:412

Desnoyer, Charles, 1:431

Dessin’s (or Dessein’s), 1:458, 1:459n, 1:460

Des Voeux, Col. Benfield, 2:352–53, 4:138n, 6:316n

Des Voeux, Frances Wood (Peter’s sister), 2:352–53, 3:439, 6:316

Des Voeux, Henry William, 2:353n

Detroit Free Press, 5:381n

Deutsch, Emanuel: meeting with, 3:278, 3:279; mentioned, 4:24, 4:25; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:462; on Talmud, 3:185n, 3:193

Devenham, Miss (unidentified), 1:407

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

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

Devonshire, travels in, 1:56–58, 3:435–36, 3:438

Dew (factotum), 6:35, 6:36n

Dew, Mr (unidentified), 6:217, 6:228

Dew, Anne, 6:217, 6:228

Dial, 5:372n

diaries: description of, 4:21; editorial principles and, 1:lxi; as information sources, 1:xxxiv–xxxv; location of, 1:xxxix; reading lists from, 1:xxxv, 1:328n; symbols in, 1:xxxv–xxxvii, 1:523–24

diary entries (MA): for 1851, 1:181–87, 1:190–93, 1:195–96, 1:197–201, 1:203–5, 1:208, 1:210–11, 1:212–13, 1:214, 1:215–16, 1:218, 1:220, 1:223, 1:225, 1:226–27, 1:230–31, 1:232; for 1859, 1:420, 1:423; for 1861, 2:103; in Newcastle Commission Journal, 1:419, 1:426–27, 1:429, 1:431, 1:434, 1:436–38, 1:440, 1:442–43, 1:448, 1:451, 1:453, 1:456–58, 1:462–63, 1:465, 1:468–69, 1:473, 1:475, 1:477, 1:480, 1:488, 1:491, 1:494, 1:496–97

Dicey, Edward James Stephen, 3:220, 3:221n, 4:171

Dickason, Harriet (later, Clay), 2:228, 2:229n

Dickens, Charles: acquaintances of, 1:478n, 2:217n, 4:15n, 4:95; allusions to, 3:76, 3:366, 3:367n; in America, 5:331, 5:362; banquet for, 3:184n, 3:186–87, 3:188n; burial of, 4:114; MA compared to, 5:387; on Paris, 1:421n; Reform League demonstration and, 3:113n; speaking engagements of, 4:55; style of, 6:317; works: David Copperfield, 5:115, 5:127; Martin Chuzzlewit, 6:212n; Our Mutual Friend, 5:244

Dickinson, Mrs: letters to (1886–88), 6:175

Dickinson, Lowes, 2:248, 2:399

Dickinson, Susan Huntington Gilbert, 6:175n

Dickinson, William Austin, 6:175n

Dieudonné, Emmanuel Augustin (comte de Las Cases), 1:148, 1:149n, 1:154n

Dilettante Society, 3:308

Dilke, Charles Wentworth, 4:77n; letters to (1881–85), 5:136, 5:430; MA on, 1:xxviii; marriage of, 4:412n, 6:53–54n; mentioned, 4:195; views of, 4:76–77

Dillon, Louisa Anne Rose Lee (later, Ponsonby), 1:206n

Dindorf, Wilhelm, 1:134, 1:135n

Discourses in America (MA): distribution of, 6:48, 6:50, 6:53, 6:59, 6:69; “Emerson” in, 5:302n, 5:372n; “Literature and Science” in, 5:203n, 5:302n; “Numbers” in, 5:302n; payment for, 6:32–33; plans for, 5:445; reviews of, 6:60, 6:61n, 6:62, 6:63–64

“Disestablishment in Wales” (MA): payment for, 6:355; plans for, 6:314; publication of, 6:115n, 6:314n; request for, 6:330; writing of, 6:343, 6:344, 6:348

Disraeli, Benjamin (“Dizzy,” Lord Beaconsfield): Culture and Anarchy and, 3:310, 4:4; 1880 defeat of, 5:86; Education Minute and, 3:119; electoral franchise and, 3:128, 3:129n; foreign policy and, 4:289; on geography, 3:44; on MA’s essay, 2:339–40; mentioned, 2:182, 2:266, 2:267, 2:268, 2:314n, 3:245n, 3:306, 3:377, 3:379, 3:402n, 3:423, 4:88, 4:365, 4:385, 4:413, 4:425, 5:328; Newcastle Commission and, 1:413; on Novikoff, 5:173n; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:38, 5:165; opinion of, 4:88; on Palmerston scandal, 2:241n; as prime minister, 3:235n, 4:193n, 4:195, 4:196n; recommendation from, 3:135–36; Revised Code and, 2:125, 2:136; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:363; speeches of, 3:288; style of, 4:11; visits with, 2:269–70, 2:273–74, 3:390, 4:89–90, 5:135; works: Endymion, 5:124n, 5:135

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

Dissenters: on “The Bishop and the Philosopher,” 2:185; Burials Bill and, 4:332; characteristics of, 4:199; criticism of, 3:159n; educational issues and, 2:141, 2:278, 2:311, 2:383, 3:372; fellowships and, 3:25n; Forster’s bill and, 4:93; gospel of, 3:381, 3:412, 3:449; Irish issues and, 3:357–58, 6:152; Liberal vs. Tory parties and, 4:90; meetings of, 6:282; mentioned, 1:297, 2:217, 2:370, 3:204, 3:414; opinion of, 3:328, 3:368–69, 3:464; as opposition, 3:366, 3:368, 3:421, 3:446, 3:447n; Stanley and, 3:370–71. See also Eisteddfods (Wales); Nonconformists

Dixon, George, 4:106

Dixon, James, 5:102n; letters to (1876–80), 5:102; letters to (1881–85), 5:191

Dixon, William Hepworth, 2:75–76; lawsuit of, 4:15, 4:135–36n; letters to (1861–65), 2:75; works: New America, 3:171, 3:172n; William Penn, 4:199, 4:200n

Dobson (neighbor), 2:242, 2:243n

Dobson, Mrs (unidentified), 4:69, 4:70

Dobson, Austin, 5:84

“Dr Stanley’s Lectures” (MA), 2:182, 2:183n, 2:193n

Dodge, Rev. Ebenezer, 5:377n

Dodgson, Charles L. See Carroll, Lewis

Dodsworth, Mr (unidentified), 1:104

“Doing as One Likes” (MA), 2:367n

Döllinger, Johann, 6:102, 6:103n, 6:127, 6:128

Donald, Mary Jane (later, Churchill), 5:356–537

Donaldson-Hudson, Charles, 4:327n

Donaldson-Hudson, Sarah Marie Streatfeild, 4:327

Dönhof, count von, 6:98

Donnet, Cardinal Ferdinand François Auguste, 1:451n

Dooley, A. H.: letter from (1876–80), 4:330; letters to (1876–80), 4:331, 4:355

Dorking: balls at, 5:5, 5:176, 5:182, 6:249; visit to, 6:229–30, 6:285

Dou, Gerard, 1:462, 1:463n

Douglas, Charles Eurwicke, 2:94, 2:95n

Douglas, Francis Wemyss Charteris (Lord Elcho), 4:261, 5:88, 5:128n, 5:450

Douglas, Harriet Christian (later, Duncombe), 1:512, 1:513n

Douglas, Louisa Bingham, 4:261

Douglas, Robert (hairdresser), 2:51, 2:51n, 2:117n, 4:105, 4:106n

Dove, Mr (unidentified), 5:234

Dover: description of, 2:89–90; lodgings in, 2:19, 2:153

“Dover Beach” (MA), 1:xiii, 3:275

Dowden, Edward, 5:167n; defense of, 6:356; letters to (1881–85), 5:167; on Shelley, 6:232, 6:319, 6:325, 6:328, 6:335, 6:339

Dowden, Richard: letters to (1846–50), 6:369

Doyle, Francis Hastings, 3:91n, 3:115, 3:116

Doyle, Richard, 1:520n

“Dream” (MA), 3:322

Drew, Frederic, 4:316

Drewe, Georgina, 1:105n

Drought, A. C. A.: letters to (1871–75), 4:255

Drouyn de Lhuys, Edouard, 1:429, 1:430n

Drummond, Mrs, 6:230

Drummond, David Graham (earl of Airlie), 5:136n

Drummond, Elizabeth Lamson, 6:127

Drummond, Henry, Natural Law in the Spiritual World, 6:45, 6:46n, 6:47, 6:50–51

Drummond, James Murray, 5:461, 5:462

Drummond, Maria Kinnaird, 3:153n; invitation from, 3:153, 3:162; letters to (1866–70), 3:153

Drummond, Thomas, 3:153n

Drummond, Victor Arthur Wellington, 6:127

Drury Lane (theater), 2:177, 2:179, 2:484

Dryden, John, 5:134

Dublin: Catholic University in, 1:349n, 5:252; lectures in, 3:23, 3:320

Dublin, archbishop of. See Trench, Richard Chenevix (archbishop of Dublin); Whately, Richard (archbishop of Dublin)

Dublin Quarterly Review, 3:384

Dublin University Magazine. See University Magazine (Dublin)

Dublin University Review, 1:388, 1:408

Ducie, Lady, 1:429, 1:430n

Duckworth, John Thomas Buller, 1:457, 1:458–59n

Duckworth, Mary Buller, 1:457, 1:459n

Dudley, Arthur (pseud. of Marie Pauline Rose Blaze de Bury, née Stuart), 1:293n

Duff. See Grant Duff

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

Duff-Gordon, Lucie, 2:158n, 5:441n

Duffy, James, 3:19

Dugdale, Mrs, 5:184

Dugdale, Adelaide (later, Peel), 3:151, 3:152n

Dugdale, Alice Francis Trevelyan, 6:305, 6:306n, 6:320

Dugdale, William Stratford, 6:306n

“Duke’s Motto” (play), 2:179

Dulwich College, 3:144, 3:145n, 3:146

Dumon, Pierre Sylvain, 1:440, 1:441, 1:441n

Duncan, Mr, 3:380

Duncombe, Rev. Augustus (dean of York), 1:512, 1:513n

Duncombe, Harriet Christian Douglas, 1:512, 1:513n

Dundas, Henry (Lord Melville), 2:330, 2:331n

Dunlop, Lady H., 3:237n

Dunlop, Mrs, 3:237

Dunlop, Anna E., 3:237n

Dunlop, Frances (later, Lowell), 6:14n

Dunlop, John MacMillan, 3:237n

Dunlop, Robert Foster Delap, 3:237n

Dunmow School (Essex), 1:322

Dunn, Mrs, 2:341, 2:349n, 3:9, 3:10n

Dunn, Augusta (“Gussie”), 2:118, 4:436, 4:437n

Dunn, Henry, 1:325n; letters (general), 1:xxiv–xxv; letters from (1871–75), 4:36; letters to (1851–55), 1:324–25; letters to (1866–70), 3:189–90; mentioned, 1:205, 1:206n, 1:207

Dunn, James, 2:118, 4:436, 4:437n

Dunn, Waldo Hillary, 1:xxxv

Dunraven, Lord (Windham Thomas Wyndham Quin), 6:218

Dunsford, H. (doctor), 1:35

Dupanloup, Félix Antoine Philibert, 4:337, 4:338n

du Quaire, Frances Mary Blackett (“Fanny”), 1:384n; acquaintances of, 2:395, 4:327n; difficulties of, 5:176; health/illnesses of, 6:329; letters to (1856–60), 1:383–84; mentioned, 1:266, 1:349, 1:420, 1:440, 1:443, 1:457, 1:465, 1:514, 2:97, 2:98, 2:158, 2:160, 2:161, 2:405, 2:410, 2:412, 2:445, 2:447, 3:235, 3:353, 3:459, 4:373, 4:409, 5:11n, 5:33, 5:134, 6:10, 6:13; New Poems sent to, 3:174; outings with, 1:423, 1:424, 3:202; on “A Southern Night,” 2:110; visits with, 1:436, 1:4371:438, 1:449, 2:449–50, 3:40–41, 4:422, 4:423

du Quaire, Henri: marriage of, 1:384n; mentioned, 1:419, 1:420, 1:443, 1:457, 1:465, 1:514; outings with, 1:423, 1:424

Durer, Albert, 6:129

Durham, description of, 2:106, 2:108

Duruy, Victor, 2:406, 2:413–14, 2:415n, 6:122, 6:124

Dutrey, C., 1:451n

Dynevor, Lord , 3:458, 3:459n

E. Dent and Co., 6:14n

Eaglehurst (Southampton), 1:21

Earle, Capt. Charles William, 5:103n

Earle, Florence Van Leer. See Coates, Florence Van Leer Earle

Earle, Rev. John, 4:330, 4:331n

Earle, Maria Theresa Villiers, 5:103n; letters to (1876–80), 5:102

Earle, Ralph Anstruther, 3:94n

East India Company, 1:74n, 1:81, 1:88n, 1:125

Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth: letters to (1881–85), 5:141

“East London” (MA), 5:335

Eastwood family, 5:254, 6:112

Eastwood, Emma M. Sparks, 5:254, 5:255n

Eastwood, Fras. Edward, 5:254, 5:255n

Eaton Place (Wightman residency): description of, 1:242; dinners at, 2:73, 2:124, 2:161, 2:162, 2:165, 2:170, 2:258; MA’s family staying at, 2:134; measles in, 1:333; move from, 2:276, 2:282; parties at, 2:45, 2:115, 2:119, 2:173, 2:177; sale of, 2:286; Tom’s stay at, 2:49, 2:51

Eber (tutor), 2:238

Eber, General, 2:145, 2:214, 2:216, 2:452, 2:466

“Ecce, Convertimur ad Gentes” (MA), 4:439n

Ecce Homo. See Seeley, John Robert

Ecclesiastical Titles Act, 1:194–95n, 1:199

Echo (journal), 5:295, 5:297

Eckermann, Johann Peter, 1:157n, 1:283

Eclectic Magazine, 3:6n

Ecole Normale, inspection of, 2:414

Economist: on Chartist movement, 1:101; editors of, 2:369n, 4:432n; founding of, 1:102n; mentioned, 1:498; staff of, 1:320n, 1:321, 1:333. See also Bagehot, Walter; Lathbury, Daniel Conner

Edbury, Lord (Robert Grosvenor), 3:113n, 4:90, 4:91n

Eddison family, 5:461n, 5:466

Eddison, John Edwin, 5:467n

Eden, Mr: letters to (1871–75), 4:225

Eden, Charles Calvert, 4:225n

Eden, Elizabeth Selina: letters to (1871–75), 4:296; mentioned, 4:314

Eden, Frederick Morton, 4:225n

Eden, Lt. Gen. George Morton, 4:225n

Eden, Robert Charles: letters to (1876–80), 4:314; mentioned, 4:225n

Edgcumbe, Richard: letters to (1876–80), 4:319; mentioned, 5:111–12

Edinburgh, duke of, 3:113n

Edinburgh Association, 5:263

Edinburgh Courant, 3:14

Edinburgh lecture (1876): cancellation of, 4:132, 4:138; delivery of, 4:299; preparation for, 4:289, 4:291, 4:292; response to, 4:302; scheduling of, 4:284–85

Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, 4:284n

Edinburgh Review: contributors to, 4:444n; on Dr. Arnold, 1:379, 1:389; editor of, 1:500, 1:501n; “Eugénie de Guérin” (Forsyth), 2:175n, 2:192n; Forster’s article in, 1:313n, 1:314; on Poems (2 vols., 1869, MA), 3:332; readership of, 2:471; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:421, 3:422–23; Stanley’s article in, 2:70, 3:375. See also Reeve, Henry

education: compulsory type of, 3:114, 3:135; definition of, 6:112; societies concerned with, 2:100; value of, 1:lviii. See also Council of Education; middle-class education; popular education; schools; women’s education

Education Acts, 1:xxxii, 2:113n, 4:59–60, 4:106, 4:384, 6:369. See also Endowed Schools Bill (1870)

Educational Reform League, 5:468n

Educational Review, 3:461n

Educational Times: mentioned, 4:228; on The Popular Education of France, 2:78, 2:79n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:247, 3:248n

Education Club, 3:106

Edward VII (prince of Wales): autograph of, 6:23–64; degree of, 2:147; gift from, 2:157; illness of, 1:xxviii, 4:76, 4:77n; mentioned, 6:29, 6:235, 6:236n; Reform League demonstration and, 3:113n; Stanley memorial and, 5:175, 5:176n; Tait memorial and, 5:244; Times on, 2:111; travels of, 2:157, 2:158n, 4:83; tutor of, 3:463n; at Universal Exhibition, 4:414n; visits with, 5:135, 6:265

Edwardes, Charles: letters to (1881–85), 5:179

Edwards, Miss (nurse), 6:358

Edwards, Amelia Ann Blandford, 4:170n; letters to (1871–75), 4:170; letters to (1876–80), 4:403, 5:6, 5:8–9

Edwards, Ernest, 3:61, 3:62n

Edwards, Rev. Joseph, 3:62n

Edwards, William Finch: letters to (1856–60), 1:381

Egerton, Alfred John Francis, 6:241, 6:243n, 6:251–52

Egerton, Alice (Lady Enfield), 5:64, 5:65n, 6:219–20

Egerton, Francis, 5:64, 5:65n

Egerton, Adml. Francis, 6:6, 6:7n, 6:278

Egerton, Isabella Corisande Gertrude Meath, 6:241, 6:243n, 6:251–52

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

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

Egg Buckland (parish), 2:66

Egmont, Lady (Lucy King), 6:217, 6:218n

Egypt, 1885 conflict in, 6:11, 6:12n

Egypt House (Isle of Wight), 2:94

Eisteddfods (Wales): letters on, 3:78, 3:137, 3:149; popularity of, 3:69–70, 3:158, 6:57; possible essay on, 2:342, 2:351; reform of, 3:70n; speeches at, 6:56, 6:57; writing of, 2:356

Elcho, Lady. See Wemyss, Anne Frederica Anson (Lady Elcho)

Elcho, Lord (Francis Wemyss Charteris Douglas), 4:261, 5:88, 5:128n, 5:450

Eldredge, Emelyn (later, Story), 2:145, 2:146n, 5:233

Elgin, Lady, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:437, 1:440, 1:442

Eliot, Charles William, 5:236n

Eliot, George: acquaintances of, 1:336n, 1:338n, 3:192n; Heine and, 2:223n; on MA’s poetry, 4:308; mentioned, 3:15, 6:3; opinion of, 6:359; resources of, 3:396n, 4:412n; Schere on, 4:422; works: Janet’s Repentance, 5:194; Middlemarch, 4:412n

Eliza (servant), 3:429, 4:4, 4:11, 4:68

Ellesmere, Lady (Mary Louisa Campbell Egerton): family of, 5:257; gifts for/from, 6:219, 6:241; health/illnesses of, 6:277–78; mentioned, 4:348, 5:31, 6:6, 6:69, 6:106, 6:142, 6:217–18, 6:255, 6:325, 6:348, 6:349; visit with, 5:307

Ellice, Eliza (later, Brand), 5:255n

Ellicott, Charles John (bishop of Gloucester): family of, 6:222; letters from (1876–80), 4:377

Elliot, Miss (unidentified): letters to (1861–65), 2:382; mentioned, 3:127

Elliot, Mr: letters to (1886–88), 6:313

Elliot, George, 6:56

Elliot, Henry George, 2:418, 2:419, 2:421, 2:428

Elliot, Thomas Frederick, 4:137, 4:138n

Elliott (shoemaker), 4:330

Elliott, Miss, 3:30n

Elliott, Mrs (unidentified), 5:268, 5:269n

Elliott, C. H. B.: letters to (1881–85), 6:44

Elliott, James Joseph, 5:437n; letters to (1881–85), 5:436

Elliott, Joseph John: letters to (1866–70), 3:198

Elliott and Fry (photographers): letters to (1866–70), 3:198, 3:208; letters to (1871–75), 4:34–35, 4:86–87; letters to (1876–80), 4:394; mentioned, 4:92, 4:435; sales of, 3:237, 4:382. See also Elliott, James Joseph; Elliott, Joseph John; Fry, Clarence Edmund

ellipses, use of, 1:xxiv, 1:xxvii

Ellison, Noel Thomas, 1:358

Ellman, Miss (governess), 2:79n, 2:90

Elwin, Whitwell, 1:260n

Emeris, John, 4:51

Emerson, Edith (later, Forbes), 5:354, 5:355n

Emerson, Edward Waldo, 5:354, 5:355n

Emerson, Ellen Tucker: on “Emerson,” 5:351, 5:354; letters to (1881–85), 5:353; mentioned, 5:341; role of, 5:352n

Emerson, Lydia Jackson (“Queeny”), 5:354, 5:355n

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: acquaintances of, 1:106, 2:469n, 6:174; allusions to, 2:97n; American idealization of, 5:346, 5:351; biography of, 5:477n, 6:316–17; Carlyle and, 2:468, 5:305, 5:355; collected essays of, 5:208, 5:209; curiosity about, 1:258; European tours of, 1:101, 1:102n; A French Eton for, 2:313, 2:315; home of, 5:354; as influence, 5:343; lecture on, 3:89n; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1861–65), 2:314–15, 2:336; letters to (1866–70), 3:164–65; memorials to, 5:331; mentioned, 1:250, 1:254, 3:200, 4:181n, 5:223; opinion of, 5:385n, 6:110; on Plato, 1:136; portraits of, 5:63; writing of, 2:468, 5:354, 5:355n

“Emerson” (MA): as American lecture, 5:302, 5:305, 5:329n, 5:337, 5:343, 5:346, 5:347, 5:357n, 5:365, 5:366–68, 5:374, 5:380, 5:382, 5:384, 5:399n; distribution of, 5:416; as lecture, 5:409n; payment for, 5:418, 5:427; preparation of, 5:229, 5:236, 5:261, 5:280, 5:284, 5:313, 5:338; proofs and printing of, 5:331, 5:333, 5:336, 5:372, 5:419; publication of, 5:302n, 5:350, 5:372; quoted for autograph, 5:353; references in, 5:454; report on, 5:366–68; responses to, 5:345–46, 5:351, 5:354–55, 5:357n; writing of, 5:307, 5:312, 5:316, 5:318

Emly, Lord, 5:64, 5:201, 6:282

Empedocles on Etna, and Other Poems (MA): as influence, 1:lvii; influences on, 1:xliv, 1:264, 1:265n; mentioned, 1:143, 1:254, 5:190, 5:432n; poems in, 1:151–52; publication of, 1:244; read on American tour, 5:334; request for, 2:279–80; reviews of, 1:250, 1:281; sales of, 1:272

“Empedocles on Etna” (MA): quotations from, 3:177n; reprinting of, 3:162; responses to, 3:177, 3:191, 3:192n; writing of, 3:189

Empson, William: letters to (1841–45), 1:45

Encumbered Estates Bill, 1:106n

Endicott, William Crowninshield, 5:342, 5:343n

Endowed Schools Bill (1870): appointments under, 5:234n; criticism of Forster for, 4:7n; Dissenters and, 3:421; interest in, 3:409; mentioned, 3:456; opinion of, 3:403; opposition to, 3:406; passage of, 3:404n, 3:426; support for, 3:422; writing about, 3:460, 3:461n

Endowed Schools Commission. See Taunton Commission

Enfield family, 5:268

Enfield, Lady (Alice Egerton), 5:64, 5:65n, 6:219–20

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

England: continental attitudes toward, 6:115, 6:127; dealing with anarchy in, 5:127–28; epoch of concentration in, 5:78; foreign affairs of, 3:52, 3:452, 4:388, 6:45; history of northern, 2:312; individual vs. state in, 4:442–43; intellectual nature of, 1:368–69, 2:472; status of, 2:465–66

England and the Italian Question (MA): comments on, 1:485–86; context of, 1:467–68, 1:474, 1:479; corrections to, 1:485; on English perspective of France, 1:419; publication of, 1:481n; quoted, 3:432, 3:433n; responses to, 1:481, 1:483, 1:492, 1:493, 1:495–96; reviews of, 1:487, 1:488n, 1:489, 1:493–94, 1:498, 1:512; sales of, 1:508; writing of, 1:480

“England’s Position” (MA), 3:430, 3:431n

Engleheart, Emily Willows, 3:198n

Engleheart, John Gardner Dillman, 3:196, 3:197–98n

English Churchman, 2:179, 2:180n

English Illustrated Magazine, 5:407n

English Independent, 3:370, 3:371n

English Review, or Quarterly Journal of Ecclesiastical and General Literature, 1:52n

Enoch, Frederick: letters to (1866–70), 3:307; letters to (1871–75), 4:216–17; letters to (1876–80), 5:120; mentioned, 3:328

Entwisle, John, 1:6, 1:7n

Epictetus: Farrar on, 3:205n; mentioned, 2:370; references to, 1:118, 1:119n; translations of, 5:148–49; works: Enchiridion, 1:118, 1:119n, 1:120, 1:122n

Epicurus, 1:348, 1:354n, 5:328n

“Epilogue to Lessing’s Laocoön” (MA), 1:128, 1:129n, 3:254, 3:256

Episcopalian church, 5:320

“Equality” (MA): as lecture, 2:178n, 4:394n; mentioned, 4:415, 5:29; publication of, 4:397, 4:414; references in, 5:235; reprinting of, 4:436; responses to, 4:398

Erebus (ship), 1:513n

Erle, Lady (Amelia Williams), 2:6n, 3:331, 3:332n, 4:207

Erle, Twynihoe William: judicial circuit and, 2:65, 2:66, 2:86, 2:129, 3:161, 3:331–32n, 4:208n; letters to (1866–70), 3:331; letters to (1871–75), 4:207; mentioned, 2:87, 2:147, 4:81; Taunton Commission and, 2:361, 2:364; on Thomas Sr., 2:5, 2:6n

Ermyntrude, Lady, 6:84, 6:85n

Erskine, Frances (later, Farrer), 3:151

Erskine, Thomas, 4:365

Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet, 5:105n; article of, 6:72; health/illnesses of, 6:149; letters to (1876–80), 5:104; letters to (1881–85), 5:202, 5:216, 5:228–29, 5:303–4, 5:414, 6:5

Escrick Park, 1:511, 1:513n

Esher, Lord (Balliol Brett), 6:106

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

esotericism, use of term, 2:193

essays. See prose

Essays (MA, Colonial Library series), 6:212

Essays, Letters, and Reviews (MA, Neiman ed., 1960): “Common Schools Abroad” in, 6:155n; Crewian Orations in, 2:37n; “A First Requisite for Church Reform” in, 3:411n; “German Letters on English Education” in, 4:364n; letters to the editor in, 2:480n; “Lettres et Opuscules inédits du Comte Joseph de Maistre” in, 5:38n; “Stein Plus Hardenburg” in, 3:90n; “The Zenith of Conservatism” in, 6:215n

Essays in Criticism (MA): allusions in, 2:181n; audience for, 2:398; contents listed, 2:332; distribution of, 2:380, 2:387–88, 2:391, 2:392, 2:393, 3:105, 3:112–13, 3:292, 4:251, 4:297, 4:433, 5:362, 6:247; “The Function of Criticism” in, 2:283n, 2:348; on Heine, 1:148n, 2:223n; “Joubert” in, 2:245n; “The Literary Influence of Academies” in, 2:309n; “Pagan and Christian Religious Sentiment” in, 2:281n; payment for, 3:77, 4:251–53; “A Persian Passion Play” in, 4:50n; preface to, 2:370, 2:378, 2:380, 2:399; preparation of, 2:331–32, 4:272, 4:276, 4:278; price for, 2:377–78; proofs of, 4:282; references in, 4:331, 5:293, 6:296; reprints and editions of, 2:478, 3:231, 6:258, 6:300, 6:319, 6:328; reputation of, 1:xiv; responses to, 2:379, 2:380, 2:383, 2:396, 2:470; reviews of, 2:387, 2:388, 2:390, 2:393, 2:394, 2:398, 2:407, 2:408, 2:467n, 4:316n; sales of, 3:226, 4:294, 5:10; “Spinoza” in, 2:185n; title of, 2:332, 2:333n

Essays in Criticism, Second Series (MA): “Amiel” in, 6:211n; Civilization in the United States in, 6:335n; “Copyright” in, 2:458n; “Count Leo Tolstoi” in, 6:276n; “Milton” in, 6:334n; publication of, 1:52n; reputation of, 1:xiv; “Shelley” in, 6:232n; “Spinoza and the Bible” in, 2:185n; “The Study of Poetry” in, 5:45n; suggestion for, 6:342; “Thomas Gray” in, 5:128n; “Wordsworth” in, 4:354n

Essex, Dunmow School in, 1:322

Essex, Lord (Thomas Cromwell), 6:273

Esterhazy, Nicholas (prince), 2:462n

Esterhazy, Sarah Villiers (princess), 2:462

Étienne, Louis, 3:32, 3:33n, 3:178, 3:179n, 3:250

Etienne, Père (Lazaristes), 1:440, 1:441, 1:441n

“An Eton Boy” (MA), 5:213, 5:213n

Eton Bureau (journal), 1:61, 1:62n

Eton Literary Society, 5:16, 5:17, 5:18, 5:21, 5:199

Eton School: description of, 2:298; essay on, 5:213; holidays of, 3:146; mentioned, 3:249; sporting events of, 3:268–69

Etty, William, 1:304, 1:305n

etymology, interest in, 4:236

Euclid, 4:253

Eugène (prince), 4:414n

Eugénie (empress), 4:414n

Eugénie (servant), 4:423, 4:424

“Eugénie de Guérin” (MA): mentioned, 2:227, 3:345; plans for, 2:165, 2:175, 2:187; publication of, 2:166n, 2:175n, 2:191–92, 2:207, 2:332; responses to, 2:212, 2:213, 2:215, 2:217, 6:10; writing of, 2:204

Euripides, 3:437

Evans, Samuel H., 1:248

Eve, Henry Weston, 4:13

Evelyn family, 6:228, 6:269

Evelyn, Frances Harriet Vaughan, 5:161, 5:162n

Evelyn, John, 5:220

Evelyn, William John, 3:45n; invitation from, 4:39; marriage of, 5:162n; on memorial, 4:413; mentioned, 3:45, 3:127, 3:352, 3:460, 4:43; quoted, 4:207

Everard, Charles Hugh: letters to (1876–80), 5:18

Everett, Charles Carroll: letters to (1881–85), 5:350; writings of, 4:324

Everett, Edward, 1:198, 1:202n

Everett, Rev. James, 1:305n

Every, Frederick: letters to (1871–75), 4:170

Every, Henry, 4:170

Every Saturday (journal), 3:10n

Evesham, description of, 1:312

Ewald, Georg Heinrich August von, 1:115n, 4:158n; biblical commentary of, 1:115, 4:386, 4:387, 5:229, 6:39, 6:83; Literature and Dogma sent to, 4:157; quoted, 5:220; Renan’s work reviewed by, 2:240, 2:241n

Ewart, William, 2:327

Examiner: on “The Bishop and the Philosopher,” 2:178, 2:179, 2:180n, 2:182; editors of, 1:261, 1:262n, 4:432n; Edward’s articles in, 1:498, 1:499n, 2:124n; on Essays in Criticism, 2:393; on Irish situation, 1:109, 1:111n; on Louis Philippe, 1:91, 1:92n, 1:93; on A Manual of English Literature (T. Arnold), 2:184, 2:185n; MA’s portrait in, 5:72; on “My Countrymen,” 3:17, 3:18n; on Poems (1853), 1:283; on “A Southern Night,” 2:110, 2:111n; “To the Hungarian Nation” in, 1:153; on volunteer rifle corps, 1:508n

Exeter, bishop of. See Phillpotts, Henry (bishop of Exeter); Temple, Frederick (later, archbishop of Canterbury)

Exposition Universelle, 1:436, 1:438n, 4:414n, 4:419–20

Eyre, Charles Wasteneys, 1:24, 1:32n, 1:43

Eyre, Lucy Dorothea Foulis, 1:24, 1:32n, 1:199