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Faber, Frederick William, 1:51, 1:53n, 1:381

Faber, J. D. B., 6:8

Fabre, Jules, 3:178n

Faed, Thomas, 3:329, 3:331n

Fairchild, James Harris, 5:379

Fairchild, Mrs James Harris, 5:379n

Fairchild, Lucius, 5:384n, 5:392, 6:255n

faith, reflections on, 3:388

Faithfull, Emily: letters to (1861–65), 2:195; mentioned, 2:110, 2:215, 2:227; publishing by, 2:101n, 2:111–12n. See also The Victoria Magazine

Falconer, Edmund, 2:180n

“Falkland” (MA): mentioned, 4:354n, 4:401; proofs of, 4:357; publication of, 4:359n; references in, 4:177n

Falloux, A. de, 1:193, 1:194n

family: children’s possessions, 1:1–2; domestic details of, 1:xxv–xxvi, 1:xxviii; education’s role for, 1:lviii–lix; home for, 1:xlvii–xlix; nicknames in, 1:1–2n, 1:18; relationships in, 1:188–89, 2:91; values in, 1:xlv–xlvi. See also Byron House (Harrow); Chester Square house; Fox How; Pains Hill Cottage (Cobham, Surrey); specific individuals

Fane, Ethel, 6:26

Fane, John, 2:205n

Fane, Julian, 2:458n; family of, 6:14n, 6:26; mentioned, 2:457, 2:460, 3:13, 3:14, 3:42, 3:124

Fane, Julian Henry Charles: introduction for, 3:28–29; letters to (1866–70), 3:28

Fane, Priscilla Anne (Lady Westmorland), 2:204, 3:13, 3:14

Fane, Rose Sophia Mary (later, Weigall), 2:204, 2:205n

Fane, Violet (pseud.). See Currie, Mary Montgomerie Singleton

Faraday, Michael, 1:139, 1:140n, 3:221n

Farmer, John, 3:357, 3:358n, 6:26

Farmer, Marie Elizabeth Stahel, 3:357, 3:358n

Farquhar, Lady, 1:15

Farquhar, Maria (later, Cosway), 1:440, 1:441n, 1:442

Farquhar, Robert Townsend, 4:85

Farquhar, Thomas Harvie, 1:441n

Farr, Mr (unidentified), 4:232

Farrar, Frederic William, 3:205n; dedication to, 4:117; home of, 3:357; letters to (1866–70), 3:205, 3:214–15, 3:282, 3:294–95, 3:384; letters to (1871–75), 4:4, 4:18–19, 4:35–36, 4:56–57, 4:186–87, 4:212–13, 4:224; letters to (1876–80), 4:342, 4:346, 5:61; letters to (1881–85), 6:27; letters to (1886–88), 6:223, 6:287–88, 6:334, 6:344, 6:347; on Lionel Tennyson’s marriage, 4:396n; on list of academicians, 6:263n; as Marlborough headmaster, 3:462, 4:6; mentioned, 3:271, 3:274, 3:325, 3:460, 4:388, 5:188n, 6:62, 6:100, 6:136, 6:159n; “Milton” lecture and, 6:337, 6:338, 6:347; possible positions for, 1:168n, 3:373; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:238; sermons of, 3:377, 4:35, 4:36n, 4:65; sermons of Arnold Sr and, 4:390; on Stanley, 1:53n; St Margaret’s Jubilee and, 6:285, 6:288; as teacher, 3:243, 3:247, 3:288; travels of, 3:407, 3:408n; views of, 4:400; visits with, 4:57, 4:59, 4:64–65; writings listed, 3:215n; works: Life and Work of St Paul, 5:61n, 5:62, 5:64; Life of Christ, 4:224, 4:346n

Farrar, Hilda, 6:334

Farrar, Lucy Mary Cardew, 4:19, 4:57

Farrar, Oliver, 1:241n

Farrer, Frances Erskine, 3:151

Farrer, R.: letters to (1871–75), 4:44

Farrer, Thomas Henry, 1:56, 3:151, 3:151n, 4:43

Faucit, Helena Savile (Lady Martin), 1:379, 1:386, 1:386n, 1:387, 1:388, 1:450

Fauriel, Claude, 1:xxxvii, 1:264, 1:415n, 1:525–27

Favre, Jules, 4:9n

Fawcett, Henry, 3:24, 3:25n, 3:409

Fawkes, Lucy Susan (later, Cleasby), 4:308, 4:309n

Fay, Helen G. (later, Menteth/Menteath), 4:233

Fean, Mr (unidentified), 4:370

Fearon, Beatrice, 6:319, 6:321n

Fearon, Daniel Robert, 3:81–82, 3:395, 3:395–96n, 4:244, 6:321n

Fearon, Margaret, 6:319, 6:321n

Fechter, Charles Albert, 2:98, 2:99n, 2:100, 2:179

Feilde, Matthew Henry, 2:305n; letters to (1861–65), 2:305; letters to (1866–70), 3:6, 3:34, 3:152

Feilding, Lord, 6:13, 6:14n

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

Feld, la comtesse de la: letters to (1871–75), 4:254

Feldberg, Mme, 6:240

Félix, Élisa (Mlle Rachel), 1:109, 1:111n

Fell, William, 1:346, 2:47, 2:178, 2:265–66, 2:330

Fellowes, Benjamin: Arnold Sr.’s work and, 1:312; death of, 1:310n; mentioned, 1:262, 1:266, 5:214; publishing by, 1:38, 1:46, 1:59, 1:141, 1:147, 1:272, 1:365

Fellowes, Charlotte (later, Terry), 6:236n, 6:325, 6:333

Female Religious Orders in France, 1:441

Fénelon, François de Salignac de La, 5:235

Fenianism and Fenians, 3:55n, 3:198–99

Fen-Stanton schools, 1:255

Fenwick, Miss (unidentified), 1:142, 5:209

Fenwick, Isabella: letters to (1841–45), 1:63–64; Wordsworth’s notes and, 3:32, 3:33n

Ferdinando (prince, duke of Genoa), 3:246, 3:312n

Ferguson family, 6:305

Ferguson, Harriet Margaret (later, Moultrie), 2:286n

Ferguson-Davie, William Augustus, 6:325, 6:326n

Fergusson, James, 4:137, 4:138n

Fernandes y Funes, Fabia Dona Serafina, 4:312n

Ferrand (secrétaire-général), 1:451n

Ferronays, Auguste de, 5:19n

Ferry, Jules, 5:20

Fesion, Mr, 2:135

Festus (Bailey), 1:82n, 1:107, 1:108n

Feuillet, Octave, Le Sphinx, 5:42, 5:43n

Féval, Paul, 2:180n

“A Few Words about the Education Act” (MA), 3:460, 3:461n

Field, Cyrus West, 5:393n, 6:136, 6:136n; letters to (1881–85), 5:393

Field, John W., 6:304

Field, Marshall, 5:365n

Field, Michael: letters to (1886–88), 6:141

Fielden, John, 1:477n

Fielden, Samuel, 1:476, 1:477n

Fielden, Sarah Jane Yates, 1:476, 1:477n

Fielding, Mr (unidentified), 4:86

Fielding, Henry, 1:87, 1:88n

Fields, Annie Adams, 5:326n; letters to (1881–85), 5:325–26, 5:329, 5:368–69, 5:458–59; letters to (1886–88), 6:305–6; mentioned, 6:29; visits with, 5:331, 5:336n, 5:337, 5:339, 5:341

Fields, James T., 5:236n

Filmer, Edmund, 2:269, 2:271n

Filmer, Mary Georgiana Caroline Sandys, 2:269, 2:271n

finances: advances on books, 4:262–63, 4:323, 4:328, 4:329; advice on, 4:179; after Judge’s death, 2:294; diary records of, 1:230–31, 1:232; difficulties with, 3:106, 3:306, 4:161, 5:254; educational costs and, 3:31; essay writing and, 2:187, 2:281; family concerns and, 2:45; inheritance and, 1:380n, 3:400, 3:401n, 3:409; loans and, 1:149–50, 3:11, 3:12, 3:23, 3:37, 3:39, 3:118, 3:120–22, 3:280, 3:282, 3:345, 3:363, 3:367, 3:368n, 3:432, 4:205; during Paris stay, 1:432–33; poetry professorship and, 1:358; publications and, 2:170; reflections on, 2:25–26, 2:250, 3:294, 3:308; retirement and, 5:224–25; stock and bond purchases, 3:452, 4:189, 4:190, 4:279n; taxes and, 3:457, 4:73; travel plans and, 1:287, 1:288, 1:341, 2:329–30, 3:172, 3:186, 3:355. See also lectures, payment for; specific works, payment for

“Fine Passages in Verse and Prose” (MA), 6:296n

Finlayson, Mr (tutor), 2:202, 2:234, 2:236

Finlayson, Charles Braine, 2:202n

Finlayson, William, 2:202n

“A First Requisite for Church Reform” (MA), 3:411, 3:411n, 3:413, 3:415

Firth (author), 5:335

Fisher, Herbert William, 2:9n; letters to (1856–60), 2:8

Fison, William, 4:194, 5:466n, 6:10, 6:139, 6:208

Fison, Mrs William: letters to (1886–88), 6:139; mentioned, 5:465

Fitch, Emma Wilks, 2:344n, 5:115, 5:309

Fitch, Joshua Girling: abilities of, 2:193; assistance from, 5:310; Davies’s report and, 2:344n; letters to (1871–75), 4:118; letters to (1876–80), 5:115; letters to (1881–85), 5:128, 5:308–9, 5:428; letters to (1886–88), 6:138; mentioned, 2:371, 3:82, 3:202; as school inspector, 5:463, 6:38, 6:60

Fitzgerald, Charles William (Lord Kildare), 3:293

Fitzgerald, Isabel (later, Steele), 4:20n

Fitzgerald, Maria Triphena Seymour, 4:289, 4:290n

Fitzgerald, William Robert Seymour Vesey, 1:492, 4:289, 4:290n

FitzHardinge, Lady Caroline, 6:120n

Fitzmaurice, Lord (Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice), 4;317, 4:318n, 6:132, 6:133n

Five Minutes’ Daily Readings of Poetry (Lear), MA’s poems in, 5:178–79

Five Towns, schools in, 1:233

Flahault de la Billarderie, Auguste de, 1:437, 1:438n, 2:186

Flaubert, Gustave, 1:496n, 2:181

Flaxman, John, 1:206n

Fleming, Mr, 2:97

Fleming, Alice le, 5:312

Fleming, Fletcher, 1:163, 1:166n, 1:182, 1:187, 2:98n

Fleming, James, 6:19, 6:20n

Fleming, John, 1:166n

Fleming, Margaret, 2:256n

Fletcher family, 1:141, 1:300

Fletcher, Mrs (unidentified), 1:358

Fletcher, Archibald, 1:16n, 1:142n

Fletcher, Eliza, 1:16n, 1:138, 1:142n

Fletcher, Mary. See Richardson, Lady Mary Fletcher

Flint (journalist), 6:248

Flocon, Ferdinand, 1:92, 1:94n

floods (1852), 1:248, 1:249n

Florence: description of, 2:419–21, 6:279; MA on, 1:xlviii, 4:153, 4:159, 4:163, 5:59, 6:297

Flower, Constance de Rothschild (later, Lady Battersea): family of, 1:499–500n; gifts from, 2:368–69, 5:466; health/illnesses of, 4:206n, 4:270; journal of, 1:407–8; letters (general), 1:xliii; letters to (1861–65), 2:368–69; letters to (1871–75), 4:232; letters to (1876–80), 5:25, 5:86; letters to (1881–85), 5:130; letters to (1886–88), 6:233, 6:266, 6:276; marriage of, 3:205n, 4:398n; mentioned, 2:33, 2:199n, 2:260–61, 2:375, 4:193, 4:229–30, 4:352, 4:398, 5:152, 5:241, 5:243, 5:296, 6:22, 6:44, 6:282, 6:356; speech of, 6:84; travels of, 4:205n; visits with, 2:269, 5:218

Flower, Cyril (later, Lord Battersea): elections and, 5:86; hero based on, 3:205n; marriage of, 4:398n; mentioned, 4:398, 5:130, 6:22, 6:28, 6:44, 6:119, 6:146; political views of, 6:84, 6:276, 6:282, 6:324

Folkestone (Leaf family’s house in): effects of, 4:105; visits to, 4:1–2, 4:3–4, 4:101, 4:102, 4:112

Folwell, William Watts: letters to (1881–85), 5:406

Fontanès, Ernest, 4:131n; Discourses in America sent to, 6:50; letters (general), 1:xix; letters to (1871–75), 4:130–31, 4:150–51, 4:171–72, 4:198–200; letters to (1876–80), 4:317–18, 4:413–14, 4:424–25, 4:442–43, 5:19–20, 5:78; letters to (1881–85), 5:141–42, 5:158–59, 5:163–64, 5:190–91, 5:227–28, 5:277–78, 5:412–13, 6:50–51; letters to (1886–88), 6:111–12, 6:226–27, 6:311; mentioned, 1:454n; Poems of Wordsworth sent to, 5:78; Poetry of Byron sent to, 5:160

Forbes, Archibald, 4:387n; American visits and, 5:300, 6:160–61; mentioned, 4:385–86, 5:276

Forbes, Drummond, 6:325, 6:326n

Forbes, Edith Emerson, 5:354, 5:355n

Forbes, John Houblon, 3:357, 3:358n

Ford, Mr (unidentified), 1:333

Ford, Catherine Margaret Hodgson, 1:334n

Ford, Rev. Charles, 1:334n

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

Ford, Ella. See Arnold, Ella Ford (Richard’s wife)

Ford, Emily Ellsworth Fowler: letters to (1871–75), 4:244

Ford, Francis, 1:334n

Ford, Francis Colville, 3:325, 3:326n

Ford, Gordon Lester, 4:244n

Ford, Richard, 1:190, 1:193n

Ford, William, 1:334n

Forman, Allan, 6:23, 6:24n

Forman, Henry (Harry) Buxton, 4:434n; letters to (1876–80), 4:434, 5:27; letters to (1881–85), 5:284

“The Forsaken Merman” (MA): publication of, 2:359; reprinting of, 5:100, 5:418, 5:446, 6:46; responses to, 1:138, 1:141, 2:165, 2:166n; review of, 1:324n

Forster family: letters of, 1:xxx–xxxii; mentioned, 2:13, 2:129, 2:147, 2:205, 2:216, 2:252, 3:9, 3:20, 3:57, 3:119, 3:239, 4:249, 5:136, 6:29; residence of, 2:133n, 2:245, 2:248; travels of, 3:68; visits with, 2:122, 2:124, 2:189, 2:197, 5:15, 6:64

Forster, Jane Martha Arnold (“K,” MA’s sister): Arnolds’ dogs and, 6:208, 6:262; autobiography of, 1:18–19; children of, 1:xxxii, 1:74n, 1:267n, 1:456, 2:29; dinner parties of, 3:330; engagements of, 1:165n, 1:171; finances of, 6:208; health/illnesses of, 1:189, 1:190n, 1:206, 1:340, 2:352, 3:112, 3:231, 3:323, 5:465, 5:466, 5:475, 6:43, 6:211, 6:229, 6:230, 6:251, 6:281, 6:328, 6:345; husband’s death and, 6:139–40, 6:148, 6:273–74; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:xlii, 1:xliv, 1:liv; letters from (1829–40), 1:12; letters from (1846–50), 1:liv, 1:80, 1:81, 1:122–25, 1:158–64, 1:180–81; letters from (1851–55), 1:316; letters from (1856–60), 1:415n; letters from (1881–85), 5:351; letters from (1886–88), 6:219, 6:244, 6:245; letters to (1846–50), 1:lxxiii, 1:94–95, 1:97–99, 1:107–8, 1:116, 1:136, 1:141, 1:143–44, 1:150–52, 1:171, 1:177–78; letters to (1851–55), 1:188–89, 1:206–7, 1:261–62, 1:276–77, 1:282–83, 1:286, 1:294–95, 1:301–2, 1:314, 1:319–20; letters to (1856–60), 1:330–31, 1:335–38, 1:340–41, 1:348–49, 1:355–56, 1:364–65, 1:374–75, 1:401–3, 1:410–11, 1:454–56, 1:469–71, 1:473–75, 1:478–79, 1:515–17, 486–88; letters to (1861–65), 2:48–49, 2:52–53, 2:87–88, 2:225–27, 2:243–44, 2:267–68, 2:359–60, 2:366–68, 2:429–31, 2:437–40; letters to (1866–70), 3:76–77, 3:203–4, 3:211, 3:277–78; letters to (1871–75), 4:194–95, 4:275; letters to (1876–80), 4:390, 5:4–5, 5:6–7, 5:59–60, 5:85–86; letters to (1881–85), 5:304–6, 5:327–28, 5:361–63, 5:404–5, 5:456–57, 5:461, 5:466–67, 5:475–76; letters to (1886–88), 6:160–61, 6:169–71, 6:185–87, 6:213–15, 6:273–75, 6:281–82; as Lucy’s godmother, 1:410–11; marriage of, 1:171n, 1:175; MA’s relationship with, 1:xxx–xxxii, 1:294, 1:301, 1:454, 1:487, 2:110, 2:429; memories of, 1:19; mentioned, 1:1, 1:6, 1:7, 1:10, 1:13, 1:63–64, 1:72, 1:80, 1:313, 2:54, 2:125, 2:194, 2:221, 2:281, 2:301, 2:358, 2:390, 2:394, 3:14, 3:418, 3:429, 3:452–53, 4:6, 4:17, 4:51, 4:80, 4:105, 4:153–54, 6:89, 6:104, 6:190, 6:260; Oakeley’s engagement and, 6:22; requests of, 3:97, 3:203, 4:238; siblings of, 1:2–3n; On the Study of Celtic Literature sent to, 3:147; travels of, 1:23–32, 2:330, 3:76, 3:366, 5:59; Vernon’s death and, 6:254; visits with, 2:8, 2:72–73, 2:77, 2:381, 3:304, 3:459, 5:244, 5:249, 5:459, 6:315; Walter’s illness and, 6:6

Forster, John, 1:261, 1:262n, 1:283n, 4:228

Forster, Robert, 1:207n

Forster, William (father), 1:286

Forster, William Edward: acquaintances of, 1:110n, 2:87; in America, 5:363n; anti-Turkey resolutions and, 4:365; Ballot Bill and, 4:40; bets with, 3:242; biography of, 6:139; books sent to, 2:343, 6:62; Budge’s death and, 4:98; cartoons of, 2:64n; children of, 1:xxxii, 1:74n, 1:267n, 1:456, 2:29; Coercion Bill of, 5:135; death and burial of, 6:138n, 6:140, 6:171n; difficulties in Ireland, 5:173, 5:180, 5:201, 5:252; educational issues and, 2:285, 2:361, 3:352, 3:393, 4:59, 4:60n, 4:92–93, 4:95, 4:106n; Education Club and, 3:106; elections and, 1:434n, 1:447, 1:456, 3:311, 3:312n, 4:193, 4:194–95, 5:85, 6:93, 6:94; electoral franchise and, 3:128, 5:457; Endowed Schools Bill and, 3:403, 3:404n, 3:406, 3:408, 3:421, 3:422, 3:426, 4:7n; family of, 1:158, 1:164n, 1:319; Federation Question and, 6:16; finances and, 4:179; in Gladstone’s cabinet, 3:301, 3:309–10; health/illnesses of, 1:271, 2:245, 2:266, 2:267, 2:286, 2:295, 2:352, 2:474, 3:112, 3:231, 6:64, 6:69, 6:104, 6:112, 6:119, 6:121, 6:124; Home Rule and, 6:114–15, 6:160; in House of Commons, 2:52, 2:53n, 2:54, 2:73, 2:77; inspectors’ reports and, 2:217, 2:221; investigative committee and, 2:310; Kagosima debate and, 2:281n; landlord-tenant issues and, 2:397, 2:398n, 2:439; letters (general), 1:xlii; letters from (1851–55), 1:284; letters from (1856–60), 1:376–78, 1:492; letters to (1851–55), 1:326; letters to (1861–65), 2:460–62; letters to (1876–80), 5:30; marriage of, 1:171n, 1:175; Mary’s estate planning and, 1:519; MA’s relationship with, 1:xxxii, 1:286, 3:347; memorial for, 6:254; mentioned, 1:171, 1:172, 1:196, 1:206–7, 1:261, 1:276, 1:294, 1:301, 1:349, 1:480, 2:49, 2:179, 2:226, 2:227n, 2:270, 2:341, 2:360, 2:366, 2:394, 2:437, 2:467, 3:87, 3:96, 3:173, 3:316, 3:418, 4:80, 4:87, 4:385, 4:394, 6:17; on Merope, 1:376–78; on music in schools, 4:24; as poem’s hero, 4:434; reading of, 3:71–72, 3:196; religion of, 3:368; remembered, 6:144–45, 6:156, 6:160, 6:185, 6:273–74; requests from, 3:447; Revised Code and, 2:128, 2:133, 2:134–35, 2:136; speeches of, 2:165, 2:166n, 2:168, 2:243–44, 2:264, 2:268, 2:367, 2:370, 2:397–98, 2:476–77, 3:84, 3:203, 3:278, 3:343–44, 3:403, 4:6, 4:7n, 4:431, 5:4, 5:5n, 5:7, 5:30, 5:331; on sport, 1:207n; on sports, 1:207n; Taunton Commission and, 2:363, 2:366, 2:385, 2:390; Tom’s career and, 2:373, 2:376, 2:377, 2:383, 2:388, 2:390, 2:392, 4:245, 4:246–47; travels of, 1:473, 1:478, 1:487, 1:488n, 2:330, 3:77, 3:182, 3:183n; as undersecretary for Colonies, 2:476, 2:477n, 3:52; U.S. Civil War and, 2:107, 2:113n, 2:218, 2:219n; visits with, 1:xxix, 2:96, 2:240, 3:304, 3:323, 3:459, 5:239; in Volunteer Movement, 1:517n; work of, 1:180, 1:356; writing of, 1:262, 1:313, 1:314, 1:336, 2:3

Forsyth, William, 2:175n, 2:192n

Fortescue, Miss (actress), 6:17–18

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

Fortescue, Julia Sarah Hayfield (later, Gardner), 2:207

Fortnightly Review: advertisements in, 3:179; contributors to, 4:428n, 4:432n; “Copyright” in, 5:82n; “Count Leo Tolstoi” in, 6:276n; “Ecce, Convertimur ad Gentes” in, 4:439n; editors of, 3:192n, 4:22n, 4:394n, 5:105n, 6:296n; “Equality” in, 4:397, 4:414, 4:415; “An Eton Boy” in, 5:213n; “Fine Passages in Verse and Prose” in, 6:296n; “Geist’s Grave” in, 5:123, 5:124n, 5:125, 5:130; “George Sand” in, 4:331n; Ipswich lecture in, 5:4; “Irish Catholicism and British Liberalism” in, 5:33n; on MA’s writing, 3:181, 3:183; mentioned, 6:285; Morley’s writing in, 3:416; on New Poems, 3:176n; on Poems of Wordsworth, 5:66, 5:68; “Porro unum est necessarium” in, 4:430–31n, 5:5n; on Supernatural Religion, 4:221, 4:222n; “An Unregarded Irish Grievance” in, 4:166n. See also Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet; Harris, James Thomas (“Frank”); Morley, John; Spottiswoode, William

“Forty English Academicians” (1887 list), 6:262–63n

Forum (journal), 6:332n

Fould, Achille, 1:488, 1:490, 1:491n

Foulis, Lucy Dorothea (later, Eyre), 1:24, 1:32n

Fowler, Emily Ellsworth (later, Ford): letters to (1871–75), 4:244

Fowler, Henry Hartley, 2:331

Fowler, Martha, 4:286, 5:25

Fowler, Thomas (president of Corpus Christi), 4:356, 6:64, 6:65n, 6:66–67, 6:68, 6:69

Fox, Richard (bishop of Winchester), 6:67

Fox, Charles James, 1:32n, 5:127, 5:128n

Fox, Emily Doyle, 3:454, 3:455n

Fox, G. J., 1:xxxix, 3:380

Fox, George, 3:88n

Fox, Henry Richard Vassall (Lord Holland), 1:24, 1:32n, 1:191, 1:193n, 5:92

Fox, William Johnson, 2:469n

Fox, Wilson, 3:454, 3:455n, 5:95, 6:269

Fox How: acquisition of, 1:19; after Mary Arnold’s death, 4:180; Alver Bank compared to, 2:93; books at, 2:241–42; construction of, 5:288; descriptions of, 1:158–64, 2:128, 3:79; Edward’s death at, 4:405–6; London compared to, 1:406; love for, 1:40–41, 2:233, 2:445–46, 3:173, 3:212, 3:257, 3:361; plantings at, 2:93, 2:94n, 2:155–56, 5:376, 5:399; sense of place at, 1:xlvii–xlix; Slatwoods compared to, 2:94; views of, 1:lxxi; visiting arrangements at, 1:476, 1:479, 2:149, 2:483, 3:38–39, 3:154–55, 3:158, 3:160, 3:163, 3:165, 3:167–68, 3:172, 3:265–66, 3:273–74, 3:276, 3:277, 3:279, 3:349, 3:355, 3:360, 3:428–29, 4:47, 4:80, 4:83, 4:137, 5:123, 5:162, 6:261; visits to, 1:181–83, 1:296, 2:153, 3:5, 3:420–21, 4:84, 4:122n, 4:423–24, 5:52, 5:56, 5:445, 6:58–59

Fox (ship), 1:512, 1:513n

Fox-Strangways, Louisa Emma (Lady Lansdowne), 1:198, 1:199, 1:206n, 2:186, 5:395n

“Fragment of a Chorus of a Dejaneira” (MA), 4:98

Francatelli’s (restaurant), 3:97

France: as arbiter, 3:55, 3:57n, 3:62, 3:63n; cordon sanitaire for, 1:101n; 1879 crisis in, 5:7n; decimal/meter system in, 2:144, 2:326; descriptions of, 1:466, 1:467; education in, 1:422–23n, 3:81, 3:442, 5:39–40, 5:129, 6:249; English mediation rejected by, 1:440–41; English perspective of, 1:419; fall of, 4:8; fishing in, 1:443; four days of June in, 1:112–13n; ideal citizens and, 1:91; individual vs. state in, 4:442–43; as influence, 1:93n, 1:94–95, 2:26; intelligence in, 1:89–90; as model, 2:190, 2:325; national character of, 3:437, 4:8, 4:11, 4:12n, 4:444; National Guard/Republican Guard confrontation in, 4:25, 4:26n, 4:27, 4:37, 4:40; Panthéon in, 6:103n; patriotism and, 5:277–78; peace treaty and, 1:478–79; religion in, 3:189–90, 4:199, 5:205n; Renan on reform of, 4:93, 4:95, 4:106, 4:110, 4:112; revolutions in, 1:82n, 1:83–96, 1:104–5, 4:199, 5:78; as subject of study, 2:367; training school in, 6:118–19; travels in, 1:22–32, 1:37–45, 1:131–32, 1:214–16, 1:393–94, 2:404–6, 2:408–16, 3:41–43, 4:145–52, 4:154, 4:161, 4:422, 4:423, 6:117, 6:118–20

France, places visited in: Abbeville, 1:26–27, 1:32; Brittany, 1:444–45, 1:446–47, 2:80; Cancon, 1:41; Carnac, 1:444, 1:446; Chartres Cathedral, 1:29; Mentone, 4:147–48; Montreuil, 1:25; Rouen, 1:28; Tours, 1:38–39; Vanves (school), 3:40; Winchester Cathedral, 1:28. See also Paris

Francis (saint), 1:157n, 2:289

Francisco de Assisi de Bourbon (king of Spain), 1:96n

Francis Joseph, 1:449

Franck, Adolphe, 1:426, 1:427n, 1:434

Franco-Prussian War (1870): armistice in, 4:8, 4:9n; battles in, 3:429, 3:430, 3:431n; continuation of, 3:454, 4:1–2; French ironclads and, 4:1–2, 4:3; newspapers on, 3:434, 3:439, 3:452; onset of, 3:428; peace in, 3:446, 3:447; reflections on, 3:437

Francqueville, M. de, 3:446

Franklin, Benjamin, 1:189n, 5:477, 6:215

Franklin, Eleanor (later, Gell), 1:165n

Franklin, John, 1:165n, 1:513n, 2:146n

Franklin, Lady John, 2:146n

Fraser family, 1:208

Fraser, Alexander William Frederick (Lord Saltoun), 6:25, 6:26, 6:27n

Fraser, James (bishop of Manchester), 1:209n; appointment offered to, 3:97, 3:98n; as bishop, 3:400; education and, 2:454, 3:135; letters to (1871–75), 4:277; mentioned, 4:424; report of, published, 3:159, 3:200; on Stanley’s health, 5:158; views of, 4:43

Fraser, John Farquhar, 1:209n

Fraser, Mary Grattan-Bellew (Lady Saltoun), 6:25, 6:27n

Fraser, William Augustus, 1:244, 1:244–45n

Fraser’s Magazine: Arnold’s poetry in, 1:173n, 1:307–8, 1:311, 1:313–15, 3:171n; on Clough’s writings, 3:77–78; contributors to, 4:444n; “Dante and Beatrice” in, 2:126n; editors of, 1:308n, 4:18; “Haworth Churchyard” in, 1:311, 1:313–16, 1:317; “Maurice de Guérin” in, 2:155n, 2:157, 2:160, 2:163, 2:165, 2:167, 2:181n, 2:183; mentioned, 2:347–48, 3:124; on Merope, 1:391; Müller’s essays in, 4:5; on Newman, 2:348; requests from, 1:512, 2:43; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:439; on Shakespeare, 5:74, 5:75n; Stephen’s essay in, 3:375, 3:376n; Thomas’s essays in, 2:43n, 2:60–61, 2:78; on On Translating Homer, 2:73, 2:74n, 2:113; “The Twice-Revised Code” in, 2:95, 2:96n, 2:98, 2:99, 2:109, 2:110n, 2:116, 2:122, 2:123, 2:130; William’s articles in, 1:273, 1:333n. See also Froude, James Anthony

Fraynes, Mrs (unidentified), 5:164

Fréchette, Louis Honoré, 5:395, 5:396, 5:397n

Frederick III (Friedrich Wilhelm Nikolaus Karl, king and emperor), 6:97–98, 6:102

Frederick the Great, 2:436

Frederick William (emperor of Germany), 3:350n

Frederika Wilhelmina Amelia Victoria (princess), 6:92n

Free Church (Scotland), 4:302

Freeland, Humphrey William, 3:39, 3:40n, 3:97

Freeman, Mr (unidentified), 1:33, 4:442, 6:265, 6:291

Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1:503–6, 6:263n

Freeman, Isabella Frances Merivale, 2:160–61, 2:162n

Freeman, William Peere Williams, 2:161, 2:162n, 2:167, 2:168

Freeman-Mitford, John Thomas (Lord Redesdale), 2:59, 3:179

Free Press (Aberdeen, Scotland), 3:164, 3:166

Free Schools, commission on: agreement on, 6:75; departure for, 6:76; proposal for, 6:67–68, 6:69–70, 6:71, 6:74, 6:101–2; report for, 6:135–38, 6:142, 6:143, 6:144, 6:146, 6:147, 6:163, 6:190, 6:191n; travel expenses for, 6:137–38, 6:142; travel in France, 6:117, 6:118–20, 6:131–32; travel in Germany, 6:77, 6:80, 6:82–101, 6:125–30; travel in Switzerland, 6:77, 6:80, 6:121–24

Fremantle, William Henry, 3:394, 3:395n

French, R. D., 4:330n

French Code, 2:274

“A French Coleridge” (lecture). See “Joubert” (MA)

“A French Critic on Goethe” (MA): impetus for, 2:410n; payment for, 4:393; publication of, 4:370n, 4:392; reprinting of, 4:433; writing of, 4:369–70, 4:388, 4:391

“A French Critic on Milton” (MA): impetus for, 2:410n; mentioned, 4:352; publication of, 4:347n; reprinting of, 4:433; writing of, 4:347

“A French Elijah” (MA), 4:67, 4:69, 4:73, 4:78

A French Eton (MA): availability of, 5:232; diaries and, 1:xxxv; distribution of, 1:343, 2:272–73, 2:275, 2:311, 2:313, 2:314, 2:315, 2:316, 2:319, 2:326–27, 2:331, 2:351, 3:67; editions and reprints of, 2:304, 2:478, 5:418; influences on, 1:331n; on Lacordaire’s school, 1:454n, 2:315; mentioned, 2:279, 3:174; misprints in, 2:310; motto on, 2:307; payment for, 2:275n, 2:281; as persuasive, 1:lix; plans for, 2:165, 2:187, 2:203n, 2:207; publication of, 2:166n, 2:268, 2:269, 2:304; responses to, 2:273, 2:277, 2:280, 2:282, 2:283n, 2:306, 2:328; writing of, 2:220, 2:224, 2:227, 2:245, 2:253, 2:254, 2:260, 2:265, 2:266, 2:280, 2:287, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293, 2:299

“The French Play in London” (MA), 5:43n, 5:460

French Protestant School (St Anne, Soho, Middlesex), 4:45, 4:63

“A French Worthy” (MA), 5:233, 5:234n, 5:238

Frere, Bartle, 5:5

Frere, Lady Catherine Arthur, 5:5

Frere, John, 2:103n

Frere, Judith Mary Sophia (later, Merivale), 2:102, 2:103n

Frères de l’Ecoles Chrétiennes, 1:427n

Freshfield, Marianne (later, Kekewich), 6:327–28, 6:329n

Fricker, Louisa, 5:279

Fridley Farm (Mickleham, Surrey), 3:153, 3:162

Friedrich Wilhelm IV (king of Prussia), 1:103n

“A ‘Friend of God’” (MA), 6:215n

Friendship’s Garland (MA): advertisement of, 4:12; appearance of, 4:16; availability of, 5:232; concerns about, 4:14–15; “Culture and Its Enemies” in, 3:114n; distribution of, 4:38, 4:91; editions and reprints of, 6:258; “England’s Position” in, 3:431n; letters in, 3:57n, 3:453n; on marriage, 4:444n; on Mialism and Millism, 4:106n; “My Countrymen” in, 2:367n; proofs of, 4:9–10; publication of, 3:346n, 4:19n; references in, 2:440n, 2:454n, 4:15n; remnants of, 4:291, 4:294; responses to, 4:18, 4:37; “Stein Plus Hardenburg” in, 3:90n

Friends’ Institute (Bishopsgate), 3:84

Frieze, Henry Simmons: letters to (1886–88), 6:240

Friswell, James Hain, 4:15

Frith, Isabelle Baker, 3:329, 3:330n

Frith, William Powell, 3:329, 3:330n

Fritry (unidentified), 1:468, 1:469n

“From Easter to August” (MA), 6:302, 6:302n, 6:305n, 6:310

Froude, James Anthony, 1:145n; acquaintances of, 5:319n; on Arnold’s poems, 1:250, 1:261, 1:262n, 1:264, 1:266, 1:274; on Clough’s letters, 2:479; editorship of, 1:308n, 2:95, 2:122, 2:165, 2:187, 2:194; letters from, 1:375–76, 6:349; on list of academicians, 6:263n; MA’s lectures and, 2:43; mentioned, 1:272, 1:277, 1:283, 1:404–5, 1:500, 2:97, 2:98, 2:100, 2:109, 2:120, 2:147, 2:188, 2:214, 2:312, 2:368, 3:84, 3:85, 3:124, 3:200, 4:18, 4:365, 5:283, 5:435, 6:148; on Merope, 1:375–76, 1:402; on “My Countrymen,” 3:13; Norton on, 6:304; opinion of, 1:144–45, 2:170; religiousness of, 1:271; on “Sohrab and Rustum,” 1:281, 1:282; Times letter of, 6:238; Tom’s essays and, 2:60–61; visits with, 1:269–70; works: History of England, 2:259, 2:260n. See also Fraser’s Magazine

Frou-Frou (play), 5:440n

Fry, Clarence Edmund: letters to (1866–70), 3:198. See also Elliott and Fry (photographers)

Fry, Herbert: letters to (1856–60), 1:350

Fry, Theodore, 6:168n, 6:170

Fulchers, Miss (unidentified), 1:328

Fuller, Margaret, 1:258, 1:259n, 1:267, 5:367, 6:174n

Fullerton, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1881–85), 5:225

“The Function of Criticism” (MA): on French academy, 3:178n; plans for, 2:342n; publication of, 1:345n, 2:283n, 2:333n, 2:342–43; quoted, 5:117n; references in, 4:243n; responses to, 2:360; writing of, 2:342, 2:346, 2:348

Furneaux, Mrs Henry (née Severn), 3:155–56n, 3:163, 3:236

Furnivall, Frederick James, 1:74n; letters to (1866–70), 3:333; letters to (1871–75), 4:187, 4:200–201; letters to (1881–85), 5:157; letters to (1886–88), 6:140; mentioned, 1:73

Furse, Charles Wellington (born Johnson), 3:376n; letters to (1841–45), 6:368; on Poems of Wordsworth, 5:68; recommendation from, 3:375

Fury (ship), 1:292n

Fusco, Edoardo Nicolà, 2:424n; death of, 4:219–20; mentioned, 2:423–24, 4:264; remains of, 4:272–73, 4:281, 4:282, 4:283; school inspections and, 2:421n, 2:428

Fusco, Grecca Ida: letters to (1871–75), 4:219–20, 4:227–28, 4:264, 4:283–84; mentioned, 4:235, 4:282

“The Future” (MA), 5:326

“The Future of Liberalism” (MA): on marriage, 4:444n; mentioned, 5:192; plans for, 5:85, 5:94; publication of, 5:95n; on St Helens, 5:193n; writing of, 5:73n

Gabbitas, Miss (teacher), 6:44

Gabriel, Mary Ann Virginia, 2:175–76n; letters to (1861–65), 2:175

Gaelic language and movement, 3:258, 5:295n. See also On the Study of Celtic Literature (MA)

Gage, Mr (unidentified), 6:337

Gaidoz, Henri, 3:399

Gaiety Theater, 5:121, 5:440n

Galignani’s Messenger, 1:492, 1:493

Gallenga, Antonio Carlo Napoleone, 3:183, 3:372, 3:373, 3:463, 4:162

Gallitzin, Demetrius Augustine, 6:181, 6:182n

Galloway, Miss (unidentified), 3:12, 6:1

Galton, Arthur Howard, 5:427n; gifts from, 6:281; letters to (1881–85), 5:427, 5:440, 5:443–44, 5:446–47, 6:1; letters to (1886–88), 6:108, 6:184–85, 6:207, 6:237, 6:252, 6:273, 6:278–79, 6:281, 6:288, 6:289–91, 6:293, 6:294, 6:295, 6:309, 6:322; mentioned, 6:188–89

Gambell, Isabella, 1:407–8

Gambetta, Léon, 5:95, 5:142, 5:253, 5:277–78

Garden, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1871–75), 4:170

Garden, Francis: letters to (1876–80), 4:336

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, 6:290–91, 6:309

Gardner, Alan Legge, 2:207

Gardner, Julia Sarah Hayfield (née Fortescue), 2:207

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

Garfield, James, 5:315n, 5:329n

Garibaldi, Giuseppe, 2:171n, 2:301, 2:302n

Garner family (unidentified), 1:221

Garnett, Richard: letters to (1886–88), 6:130–31

Garnier-Pagès, Louis Antoine, 1:92, 1:94n

Garrick Club: cost of, 6:159n; dining at, 3:198, 4:206, 4:348, 5:123, 5:433; mentioned, 4:140–41, 5:436

Garrod, Alfred Baring, 3:352, 3:353, 3:355, 3:356, 3:357

Garton family, 6:218

Garvagh, Lady, 6:13, 6:14n

Garvagh, Lord, 6:14n

Gascoigne-Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot (Lord Salisbury): letters from (1881–85), 5:151

Gascoyne-Cecil, James Brownlow William. See Salisbury, Lord (James Brownlow William Gascoyne-Cecil)

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

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1:279n; on Arnold, 1:180n; letters from (1851–55), 1:315–16; letters to (1851–55), 1:278, 1:317

Gassett, Mr (railroad owner), 6:302

Gatinara, Mme, 5:112

Gautier, Théophile, 3:177

Gay, Mr (unidentified), 6:217

Gaye, Mr (unidentified), 6:354

Gazette, 3:28n

Geddes, Janet, 4:83

Geibel, Franz Emanuel, 1:373

“Geist” (MA): publication of, 3:57n; reprinting of, 5:257, 5:281; responses to, 3:59, 3:60

“Geist’s Grave” (MA): distribution of, 5:136, 5:185n; impetus for, 5:123, 5:124n, 5:130; letter connected to, 5:124; publication of, 5:124n, 5:125, 6:20; read on American tour, 5:326, 5:335; responses to, 5:130, 5:133

Gell, Eleanor Franklin, 1:165n

Gell, Frederick, 1:256, 1:256n

Gell, John Philip, 1:158, 1:161, 1:165n, 1:256n

Gell, William, 1:372

“General Grant” (MA): publication of, 5:322n, 6:211n; reading for, 6:236; references in, 6:169n; writing of, 6:210, 6:214, 6:228, 6:231–32, 6:235, 6:252

generosity, reflections on, 4:246

Genoa, duchess of (Maria Elisabeth Maxmiliana Ludovika Amalie Franziska Sophia Leopoldine Anna Baptista Xaviera Nepomucena, daughter of John, king of Saxony): consultation with, 3:311, 3:312n, 3:365; letters from, 4:6, 4:35; son of, 3:246, 3:326; visits with, 4:129, 5:112

Genoa, duke of (Prince Ferdinando), 3:246, 3:312n

Genoa, duke of (Prince Tommaso). See Vittorio, Tommaso Alberto (duke of Genoa)

Gentleman’s Magazine, 1:510n, 2:338n

Genung, John Franklin: letters to (1886–88), 6:361

Geographical Congress (Venice), 5:162

Geological Society, 3:233, 3:316

George (servant), 2:352, 2:353n, 2:390, 2:407, 4:91n

George III (king of England), 5:370

George, Henry, 5:385–86n

“George Sand” (MA): publication of, 4:331n, 5:443n; writing of, 4:366, 4:367n, 5:443

Gérard, M., 5:95

“German and English Universities” (MA), 3:256, 3:257n

“German Letters on English Education” (MA), 4:364, 4:364n

German School Nuns (Whitechapel), 3:203

Germany/German states: biblical criticism in, 4:290; church property in, 6:335–36, 6:340; education in, 3:125, 3:334–35, 5:39; fishing in, 2:444; free schooling in, 6:96, 6:101, 6:105; on Gladstone and Salisbury, 6:115; introductions to people in (Hamburg), 6:132; literature of, 1:78; middle class in, 2:462; national character of, 3:437; people of, 2:436, 2:459; politics in, 2:438–39, 2:441–42; revival of, 3:55; as subject of study, 2:367; travels in, 2:428, 2:434, 2:436–57, 5:107, 6:68, 6:69, 6:77, 6:80, 6:82–101, 6:125–30; “Young Germany” revolt in, 1:61, 1:148. See also Prussia

Germany/German states, places visited in: Black Forest, 2:449; Cologne, 2:438–39, 2:441–42, 6:100–101, 6:132; Dresden, 2:454–55, 6:95, 6:98–99; Kiefernadel Bad (Gernsbach, Baden Baden), 2:441; Munich, 6:126–27, 6:127, 6:129; Nuremberg, 6:128–30; Weimar, 2:451–52. See also Berlin

The Germ (review), 1:245n

Gervinus, Georg Gottfried, 2:183, 2:184n, 4:187

Gib, Rev. Charles, 6:19

Gibbon, Charles, 4:108n; biography of, 4:428; letters to (1871–75), 4:108; mentioned, 4:425, 4:428

Gibbs, Henry Hucks, 5:272, 5:273n, 6:297

Gibson, Edward, 6:17, 6:18n

Gibson, Elizabeth Tuke: mentioned, 2:151n, 2:213, 3:56, 3:137, 3:280–81, 3:410, 4:132; visit with, 3:337, 3:340

Gibson, George Stacey, 2:151n; books for/from, 3:422, 4:38; letters to (1861–65), 2:150–51; letters to (1866–70), 3:55–56, 3:137, 3:249, 3:280–81, 3:410, 3:420, 3:431–32; letters to (1871–75), 4:38; mentioned, 2:137, 2:138n, 2:213, 3:411, 4:37, 4:132; visit with, 3:337, 3:340

Gibson, Randall Lee, 5:365, 5:366n, 5:410

Gibsone, Burford Waring, 3:127, 3:191

Gilbert, Susan Huntington (later, Dickinson), 6:175n

Gilchrist, Alexander, 1:305n

Gilder, Joseph B.: letters to (1881–85), 5:442; reception of, 5:336n

Gilder, Richard Watson, 5:63n; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1876–80), 5:62–63, 5:66; letters to (1881–85), 5:131, 5:424; letters to (1886–88), 6:158; mentioned, 5:409, 6:332, 6:338, 6:348, 6:359. See also Century Magazine

Gill, Thomas Patrick, 6:176, 6:178, 6:180n

Gilman, Daniel Coit, 4:374–75n; letters to (1876–80), 4:374; letters to (1881–85), 5:330, 5:358, 5:363

Ginn, Edward, 6:361

“Gipsy Child” (MA), 3:322, 3:354, 5:1, 6:195

Girardin, Emile de (pseud. for Charles de Launay), 1:289

Girardin, Marc (Saint-Marc Girardin), 1:86, 1:87n, 1:93n

Girling, Mrs, 6:205

Girton College, 2:365, 3:273n

Gladstone, Catherine, 2:366n

Gladstone, John Hall: letters to (1881–85), 6:28

Gladstone, Mary, 5:248n

Gladstone, William Ewart: acquaintances of, 3:342n; anti-Turkey resolutions of, 4:363, 4:364n, 4:365; application to, 1:lv; appointments/nominations by, 2:243, 2:244n, 2:314n, 3:348, 3:360n, 3:361, 3:394; attitudes toward, 1:li, 4:364–65, 6:115, 6:167; autograph of, 6:24; biography of, 4:22n; on “Bishop Butler and the Zeit-Geist,” 4:308, 4:309–10; books sent to, 3:146–47, 3:238, 3:415; breakfast parties of, 3:420n; on Burials Bill, 4:332; cabinet of (1868), 3:301, 3:303, 4:7n, 4:199; cabinet of (1884), 5:430n, 6:12n; cabinet of (1886), 6:120n, 6:152n; Catholicism and, 4:237; on copyright, 5:199–200; on Crimean situation, 1:318n; diaries of, 1:xxxiv; Disraeli on, 4:90; educational issues and, 3:422, 3:426, 4:59–60, 4:138; Forster’s bill and, 4:93; in Grillion’s Club, 5:213, 5:214n; health/illnesses of, 5:410, 6:272; as influence, 6:294; Irish issues and, 3:242, 3:324, 3:357, 3:416, 5:170, 5:252, 6:101, 6:102, 6:149n, 6:150–52, 6:152, 6:156, 6:160, 6:165, 6:166n, 6:167, 6:172, 6:175–79, 6:180n, 6:182–83, 6:298, 6:304, 6:311, 6:313, 6:330; Labouchere on, 3:197n; letters from (1856–60), 1:388, 1:488; letters from (1861–65), 2:58; letters from (1866–70, 3:330; letters from (1881–85), 5:155, 5:199–200, 5:287; letters to (1856–60), 1:483; letters to (1861–65), 2:56–57, 2:311; letters to (1866–70), 3:131–32, 3:328, 3:415–16, 3:419; letters to (1881–85), 5:153–54, 5:168, 5:199, 5:290, 5:410; on list of academicians, 6:262n; mentioned, 1:195, 1:407, 1:485, 2:362, 2:363, 2:439, 2:466, 3:33, 3:347, 4:218, 4:385–86, 5:89, 5:135, 5:244, 6:185, 6:269, 6:297; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:165, 5:168, 5:169; opinion of, 3:128, 5:233, 6:21, 6:45, 6:94, 6:132, 6:169, 6:226–27, 6:309; pension offered to MA, 5:287, 5:289–91, 5:295, 5:296, 5:297; platitude of, 6:302; reading of, 5:223; recommendation from, 3:136; Reform negotiations and, 3:24n, 3:128, 3:129n, 3:130, 3:131n; requests of, 3:131–32, 3:359; resignation of, 1:513n, 4:193n, 4:195; on Robert Elsmere (Ward), 6:362, 6:363n; staff of, 2:166n; St Margaret’s Jubilee and, 6:285; style of, 4:11, 6:274; support for, 1:287n, 2:331n, 2:374n, 6:282, 6:312; visits with, 1:331n, 1:391; writings of, 1:483n, 4:221, 4:335, 5:63

Glasgow Committee: letters to (1871–75), 4:44

Glencorse, Lord (John Inglis), 3:334

Globe and Traveller: on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:156, 3:157n; on England and the Italian Question, 1:493, 1:494n; on New Poems, 3:169

Globe Theater, 5:248n, 6:18n

Glorious Revolution, 4:67n

Gloucester, bishop of. See Ellicott, Charles John (bishop of Gloucester)

Glover (unidentified), 2:288, 2:289, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293–94, 2:297–98

Glyn, Caroline Henrietta Hale, 6:23, 6:24n

Glyn, Florence, 5:268, 5:269n

Glyn, Pascoe Charles, 6:23, 6:24n

Glyn, St Leger Richard, 5:269n

Glynn, George Grenfell, 1:198, 1:202n

Glynn, Georgiana Maria Tufnell, 1:202n

Glynn, Jenifer, 2:192n

Glynn, Thomas Robinson, 5:230, 5:231n

Gobineau, Joseph Arthur comte de, 4:201, 4:202n

Goblet, René, 6:132, 6:133n

God and the Bible (MA): advertisement of, 4:287; distribution of, 4:298, 4:301n, 5:132, 6:62; editing of, 4:217–18; editions and reprints of, 4:331, 5:445–46, 5:454; mentioned, 4:275, 4:399–400; on miracles, 4:226–27, 4:233; origins of, 4:187n; praise for, 1:xiv; preparation of, 4:278; proofs of, 4:240, 4:242, 4:277; publication of, 4:187n, 4:197n, 4:198, 4:200, 4:213, 4:226, 4:271; references in, 1:325n, 3:167n, 4:221, 4:222n; responses to, 4:226, 4:256–58, 4:273, 4:325; sales of, 4:291, 4:294–96, 4:298, 4:323, 4:418; writing of, 4:202, 4:204, 4:206, 4:215, 4:240–41, 4:242, 4:243, 4:249–50, 4:256, 4:262, 4:264, 4:271, 4:281

Goddard, R.: letters to (1871–75), 4:173

Godfrey, George William, The Queen’s Shilling, 5:67–68

Godkin, Edwin Lawrence: editorship of, 5:318; Irish issues and, 6:166n, 6:176, 6:180n, 6:304; letters to (1886–88), 6:310–11; mentioned, 5:373, 6:320, 6:328. See also Nation

Godlee, Mrs (unidentified), 1:343, 2:327

Godwin (unidentified), 4:318

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von: allusions to, 1:77, 1:78n, 1:111, 1:112n, 1:177n, 1:250n, 1:309–10n, 2:298, 2:299n, 6:196n; biography of, 1:153; on Byron, 1:149n; on comedy, 1:148; context of, 1:107–8; epigrams of, 3:113; family of, 2:426; form and style of, 1:78, 2:247n, 3:4; handwriting of, 2:340; as influence, 1:xliv, 1:246n, 4:123, 5:334–35; lifestyle of, 1:402; mentioned, 1:109, 1:114, 1:273–74, 1:305, 2:279, 2:407, 3:209, 4:291, 4:330, 5:107, 5:442, 6:249; on Napoleon, 1:149n; opinion of, 1:369, 2:43, 2:339; presence in Weimar, 2:451–52; on public response, 1:376; quoted, 3:252, 3:253n, 4:5, 4:125, 4:127, 4:235, 4:442, 6:25n; reading of, 1:177; references to, 1:356, 2:390, 3:450, 4:40, 4:118; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21, 5:62; Wordsworth on, 1:166; works: “Egmont,” 2:451, 2:452n. See also “A French Critic on Goethe” (MA)

Goethe Society, 6:103, 6:130

Golden Oak, British school in, 3:268n

Goldsmid, Lady, 2:344n, 6:28

Goldsmid, Emma (later, Montefiore), 5:54n

Goldsmid, Isaac, 5:54n

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

Goncourt, Edmond de, 4:387n

Gonzaga, Carlo Arrivabene Valenti, 4:171, 4:172–73n

Goodall, J., 3:144–46

Goodwin, C. W., 2:63n

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

Goodwin, William Watson, 5:348n

Good Words, 5:164

Goody Two Shoes (Blanchard), 2:180n

Goose, Mrs (girls’ tutor): mentioned (goosery), 3:304, 3:429, 3:447, 4:11; report from, 3:276; retirement of, 4:112; schedule of, 3:309

Goose, Janie, 3:433, 3:434n

Gordon, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:53

Gordon, Alexander Hamilton, 3:133, 3:134n

Gordon, Alexandrina (later, Marshall), 4:381n

Gordon, Caroline Emilia Mary Herschel, 3:134n

Gordon, Gen. Charles George, 6:12n, 6:50, 6:51n

Gordon, Charles (Lord Huntly), 2:269, 2:271n

Gordon, Gustavus Ede, 5:384

Gordon, John, 3:134n

Gordon, Osborne, 1:127n

Gordon, Pryse Lockhart, 2:32n

Gordon. See also Hamilton-Gordon

Gordon-Lennox, Charles Henry (duke of Richmond), 4:245n, 5:15, 5:16n

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

Gore, Spencer William, 3:274, 3:357, 3:358n

Gore-Browne, Ethel (later, King), 6:338, 6:354

Gore-Lanfton, Mary Harriet, 1:187–88n

Gorst, John Eldon, 6:274, 6:275n

Gortschakoff, Field Marshall, 6:10

Goschen family, 5:5, 5:7, 5:182, 5:254, 6:26

Goschen, George Joachim, 3:17n, 3:264n, 5:5n; appointment for, 4:7n, 6:109, 6:249n; Crimes Bill and, 6:274; Irish issues and, 6:151–52, 6:156, 6:160; mentioned, 3:16, 3:263, 3:264, 4:90, 4:194, 6:113, 6:248, 6:250, 6:362; opinion of, 6:179; speeches of, 6:285; St Margaret’s Jubilee and, 6:285

Goschen, Lucy Dalley, 3:16, 3:17n, 5:5n

Gosport, description of, 2:91–92, 2:93

Gosse, Edmund William, 5:216n; American tour of, 6:10; attack on, 6:107n, 6:213n; letters from (1881–85), 5:434–35; letters to (1881–85), 5:187, 5:216, 5:222–23, 5:229, 5:264, 5:435, 6:7–8, 6:16–17, 6:54–55, 6:107; letters to (1886–88), 6:346; mentioned, 5:99, 5:131, 6:16, 6:233; opinion of, 5:85; position of, 5:264

gossip, love of, 1:l–li, 1:120

Gossler, Herr von, 6:101

Gothic architecture, 1:503–6, 1:518, 2:281n

Goulburn, Edward Meyrick, 1:169n; dislike of, 1:167, 1:211; Hayman compared to, 3:383n; mentioned, 1:161, 1:198, 1:241

Goulburn, Julia Cartwright, 1:241, 1:242n

Gould, Mme, 1:421–22, 1:434

Gould, Jay, 6:322–23

government, Martineau-MA correspondence on, 2:12–13, 2:14–15

Government of Ireland bill (1886), 6:149n, 6:150–52

Gramont, Mme, 3:42

Gramont, Antoine Alfred Agénor de (duke of Guiche), 1:86, 1:87n, 3:43n, 4:425, 6:121

Granby, marchioness of (Marion Margaret Violet Lindsay Manners): letters to (1886–88), 6:362

Granby, marquis of, 6:362

Grande Chartreuse, visit to, 1:216

Grand Hôtel du Louvre, 1:427, 1:428n

“grand style,” use of phrase, 1:133, 1:172

Granger (or Grainger), Thomas, 1:58

Grant, Alexander, 1:127n, 1:147n

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

Grant, Francis, 4:435n

Grant, Julia Dent, 5:429n

Grant, Ulysses S.: family of, 5:429n; Johnson vs., 2:409; on MA’s lecture, 5:321–22, 5:327; opinion of, 6:214–15; reputation of, 5:389. See also “General Grant” (MA)

Grant, Mrs Ulysses S., 6:231–32

Grant Duff, Anna Julia Webster: health/illnesses of, 4:74, 4:76, 4:77, 4:136, 4:139; letters to (1866–70), 3:74; mentioned, 3:66, 3:67, 3:71, 3:79, 3:149, 3:210, 3:262, 3:366, 4:88, 5:50, 6:18–19, 6:53; travels of, 3:325; at West Humble, 3:153–55

Grant Duff, Clara Annabel Caroline, 5:50, 5:53, 5:221

Grant Duff, Mountstuart Elphinstone, 2:64n; appointments for, 3:303n, 5:153; attitudes toward, 3:24–25; book for, 4:136, 4:139; botanizing and, 6:183–84; on fishing, 3:68; home of, 1:xxvii–xxviii; introduction for, 3:95; invitation from, 4:70; letters (general), 1:xliii, 1:l; letters from (1886–88), 6:124; letters to (1861–65), 2:164, 2:185, 2:206, 2:308, 2:313; letters to (1866–70), 3:63–64, 3:66, 3:67, 3:69, 3:78–79, 3:153–54, 3:159, 3:161, 3:210, 3:262, 3:270, 3:281–82, 3:303, 3:325; letters to (1871–75), 4:16, 4:74, 4:77, 4:136, 4:138–39, 4:175; letters to (1876–80), 5:1, 5:49–50; letters to (1881–85), 5:153, 5:219–21, 5:241, 6:19–20, 6:52–53, 6:101–3; letters to (1886–88), 6:182–84, 6:294; mentioned, 2:147, 2:184, 2:279, 2:381, 3:20, 3:30n, 3:32, 3:162, 3:168, 3:366, 4:62, 4:83, 4:88, 4:135, 4:194, 4:403; outings with, 4:73, 4:75, 4:76; Popular Education and, 2:64; Sainte-Beuve visited by, 2:209, 2:210n; speeches of, 3:78, 3:79n, 3:373; tickets for, 4:394; travels of, 6:216; visits with, 3:64, 3:71–72; at West Humble, 3:153–55; writings of, 6:52, 6:53n

Grant Duff, Shiela Sokolov, 1:xliii

Granville, Lady, 5:258

Granville, Lord (Granville George Leveson-Gower): appointments by, 2:20, 2:21n, 2:193n, 2:353, 2:360, 2:368; autograph of, 6:24; Bismarck compared to, 6:94; Disraeli on, 4:90; A French Eton and, 2:328, 2:351, 2:352n; investigative committee and, 2:311n, 2:321; letter from (1856–60), 1:418; letters to (1881–85), 5:152, 5:194, 6:77; mentioned, 3:27, 4:128, 4:254; opinion of, 6:45; position of, 1:384n; Revised Code and, 2:132, 2:136, 2:138, 2:141, 2:299, 3:129; Tait memorial and, 5:244; Taunton Commission and, 2:392; visits with, 1:383, 2:384–85, 5:161

Grasmere, F. L., 1:183

Gratry, Alphonse, 3:178n

Graves, Charles L.: letters to (1856–60), 2:11–12

Graves, Henry, 2:36, 2:37n

Graves, Selina Cheyne, 2:12n

Gray, Asa, 1:xlvii, 1:107, 6:182, 6:191

Gray, David, 2:211n, 2:218

Gray, Lord George Philip, 5:461, 5:462, 5:463n

Gray, Sarah Maria (later, Butler), 4:39, 4:40n, 4:102, 4:103

Gray, Thomas: allusion to, 4:89n; biography of, 5:217n, 5:222–23, 5:229, 5:434, 6:7; essay on, 2:272n, 5:82, 5:83, 5:84, 5:92, 5:97, 5:127, 5:128n; mentioned, 1:131n, 2:335, 5:185, 5:186; opinion of, 5:75

Gray House (Dundee), 5:461–62

Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, 1:206n

Great Malvern, water cure at, 1:189–90n

Great Meeting Schools (Leicester), 1:326n

Greek language and literature, 1:107, 5:39–40

Green family, 2:327

Green, Mrs: A French Eton for, 2:331; letters to (1861–65), 2:303; mentioned, 3:355, 3:356n, 5:420

Green, Constance Sophia Cobbold, 3:133, 3:134n

Green, John Richard, 4:386, 4:387n, 5:31, 5:190, 5:191n

Green, Richard, 3:134n, 3:355, 3:356n

Greenhill family, 6:277

Greenhill, George, 2:17, 6:168

Greenhill, Laura Ward: death of, 5:198; letters to (1841–45), 1:55, 6:367; marriage of, 1:47n; mentioned, 2:34, 4:141–42, 4:360, 6:168n; visits with, 1:45, 2:17

Greenhill, William Alexander, 1:47n; letters to (1871–75), 4:141–42; letters to (1876–80), 4:360; letters to (1881–85), 5:198; mentioned, 2:17, 6:168n

Greenholme Mills, 5:466n, 6:208

Greenwell, Dora, 3:209n; letters to (1866–70), 3:208–9, 3:228

Greenwood, Frederick, 3:430–31n; letters to (1866–70), 3:430, 3:453; letters to (1871–75), 4:23–24, 4:26, 4:30; mentioned, 3:433, 4:217, 4:339, 4:364, 5:218; politics of, 4:22n, 5:93n

Greenwood, Rev. George, 3:388n; letters to (1866–70), 3:388

Greenwood, Robert Hodgson, 1:14, 1:17n

Greg, William Rathbone, 1:102n; finances of, 1:116, 1:117; A French Eton for, 2:326; mentioned, 1:101, 1:162, 1:498, 2:187, 2:286, 2:350; Revised Code and, 2:132; writing of, 2:200

Gregory, William Earle Welby, 6:287n

Gregory, William Henry, 3:242–43, 3:244n

Grénée, Mme de la, 2:239, 2:271

Grenfell (unidentified), 1:393–94

Grenfell, Algernon, 1:9, 1:10n, 1:396n, 3:107n

Grenfell, Mrs Algernon, 3:106

Grenfell, Charlotte Elliot. See Walrond, Charlotte Elliot Grenfell

Grenfell, Edward Frederick, 1:396n

Grenfell, Georgiana Maria Tufnell, 1:202n

Grenfell, Henry Riversdale, 2:9n, 5:268, 5:269n

Grenfell, Louisa (later, Walrond), 4:331

Grenville, Lord and Lady, 1:15

Grenville, Richard Plantagenet Campbell Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos (duke), 3:94n

Greswell, Richard, 1:57, 1:58n

Grey, Lord de. See Robinson, George Frederick Samuel (earl de Grey and of Ripon)

Grey, Lady (Dorothy Widdrington), 6:211, 6:212n

Grey, Edith (Mrs Brodhurst), 2:372

Grey, Edward, 6:212n

Grey, George, 1:156–57, 2:44n, 2:376, 2:377, 6:369

Grey, Henry George, 1:71, 1:72n

Grey, Lady Jane, 1:336, 1:374

Grier, John, 2:93, 2:94n

Griffin, Martin Joseph: letters to (1881–85), 6:33–34

Grillion’s Club: admission to, 5:213–14, 5:215; dining at, 5:216n, 6:12n, 6:17, 6:272; members of, 4:207n, 5:214n, 6:349, 6:360n; mentioned, 5:458, 6:353; secretary of, 5:212n

Grimshaw family, 2:82

Grimshaw, Charles Livius, 2:82

Grimshaw, Emily Mary Payne, 2:82

Groen van Prinsterer, Guillaume, 2:164

Grosvenor, Albertine Frances Elizabeth, 4:91n

Grosvenor, Hugh Lupus, 4:91n

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

Grosvenor, Victor Alexander (earl Grosvenor), 4:90, 4:91n

Grosvenor, Victoria Charlotte, 4:91n

Grote, George: lectures of, 4:355; mentioned, 2:145, 2:146n, 2:447, 2:474; works: History of Greece, 1:195, 1:196n, 1:377

Grote, Harriet Lewin, 2:145, 2:146n, 2:447, 5:161

Grove, Anna (later, Hills), 2:219

Grove, Emma Maria Powles, 1:140n

Grove, F. C., Forget-Me-Not, 5:258n

Grove, George, 2:188n; “The Church of England” and, 4:316–17; condolences from, 4:102; Fusco’s remains and, 4:272–73, 4:282; letter from (1861–65), 2:186; letters to (1861–65), 2:473; letters to (1866–70), 3:298; letters to (1871–75), 4:61, 4:281; letters to (1876–80), 4:338–39, 4:406–7, 4:408–9, 4:411, 4:441–42, 5:3–4, 5:8, 5:10, 5:11, 5:26, 5:29; letters to (1881–85), 5:132, 5:240; mentioned, 4:210, 4:225, 4:264, 4:313, 5:10, 5:12, 5:233; “On the Modern Element in Literature” and, 3:313; Stanley’s death notice and, 5:164; travels of, 4:442n; works: Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 4:409n. See also Macmillan’s Magazine

Grove, William Robert, 1:139, 1:140n, 2:219n, 5:145

Guardian: advertising in, 5:190; on doctoral degree recipients, 3:422, 3:423; on Ecce Homo, 3:15; editors of, 4:432n; on Empodocles on Etna, 1:250; on Essays in Criticism, 2:470; on Ingelow’s poetry, 2:245, 2:246n; on A Manual of English Literature (T. Arnold), 2:184, 2:185n, 2:199; on Mary Arnold, 1:52n, 4:176–78; mentioned, 2:209, 2:360, 3:291n, 4:357, 5:476; on Poems (1869), 3:371n; on The Popular Education of France, 2:82, 2:83n, 2:248; professorship offer and, 6:70–71; on Rugby headmastership, 3:395, 3:396n; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:451, 3:452n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:288; on Shairp, 6:223n; on Skeffington’s poems, 1:131–32; on Stopford Brooke, 5:119–20

Guérin, Eugénie de: mentioned, 2:177, 2:195–96, 2:197, 2:198, 2:202, 2:203, 2:204, 2:220, 3:178n; published letters of, 2:372. See also “Eugénie de Guérin” (MA)

Guérin, Marie de, 2:195, 2:197, 2:198, 3:178n

Guérin, Maurice de, 2:195–96, 2:197, 2:220. See also “Maurice de Guérin” (A Modern French Poet, MA)

Guiccioli, Teresa (Mme de Boissy), 1:xxvi, 2:410, 2:412

Guiche, duke of (Antoine Alfred Agénor de Gramont), 1:86, 1:87n, 3:43n, 4:425, 6:121

“A Guide to English Literature” (MA), 4:336n, 4:340, 4:342, 4:390

Guizot, François, 1:85–86n; educational role of, 1:85–86n, 5:12; flight of, 1:92n, 1:95, 1:96n; Franco-Prussian War and, 3:437; letter from (1856–60), 1:422; letters to (1861–65), 2:403; memoirs of, 2:49; mentioned, 1:89, 1:420, 1:422–23n, 1:425, 1:427, 1:436, 1:440, 1:441, 1:447, 1:454, 1:488, 1:514, 2:80, 2:88, 2:197, 2:316, 2:417, 4:292, 5:233, 5:238; opposition to, 1:83–84; on secondary education, 5:215; speeches of, 1:494–95, 1:497; status of, 1:426n; visits with, 1:426, 2:405, 2:406, 4:163

Guizot, Maurice Guilllaume (son), 4:229

Gull, William, 4:220–21, 4:222n

Gully, James Manby, 1:189–90n

Gurney, Archer Thompson, 1:463

Gurney, Catherine (later, Lady Buxton), 2:390, 4:233

Gurney, E. W., 2:475n

Gurney, Elizabeth, 1:72n

Gurney, Margaret (later, Orde), 2:226, 2:227n

Gurney, Mrs Russell, 2:344n, 2:365

Gustavus Adolphus (king), 6:129

Guthrie family, 1:208, 1:221

Guthrie, Mrs (unidentified), 1:434

Guthrie, George James, 1:209n, 1:434n

Guthrie, Kate, 1:438

Guthrie, William Bell, 1:xxxiv–xxxv

Guy’s Hospital, Medical Session at, 4:222n

Gyulai, Ferencz, 1:449, 1:450n