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The Hague, 1:460, 1:464

Haight, Mary L. (later, Phelps), 6:230, 6:231n, 6:232

Haines, Richard: letters to (1881–85), 5:468–69

Hake, A. Egmont, 6:51n

Haldimann (or Haldimand), William, 1:396n, 1:477, 1:477–78n

Hale, Caroline Henrietta (later, Glyn), 6:23, 6:24n

Halifax, Lord, 3:113n

Halkett, Miss, 6:26

Hall, C. H., 2:363, 2:364

Hall, Caroline, 1:282

Hall, Christopher Newman, 2:112, 2:113n

Hall, E. Pickard, 4:361n

Hall, Spencer: letters to (1871–75), 4:21

Hall, Theophilus Dwight: letters to (1881–85), 5:432

Hall, William Henry, 4:175

Hallahan, Mother Margaret Mary, 3:358

Hallam, Henry, Introduction to the Literature of Europe, 2:112, 2:113n

Hallé, Charles, 4:77n

Halstead, Murat, 5:392

Hamer, Edward: letters to (1866–70), 3:29–30

Hamilton, Capt., 1:8

Hamilton, Col., 1:496

Hamilton, Dr, 6:211, 6:245

Hamilton, Mr, 1:15

Hamilton, Christian Monteith, 1:497n

Hamilton, Duke, 6:151

Hamilton, Edward W. T., 4:420

Hamilton, Lord George, 6:17

Hamilton, George Alexander, 3:243, 3:244n

Hamilton, J. G., 1:497n

Hamilton, James, 3:58n; fishing of, 3:343, 3:344n; letters to (1866–70), 3:57–58, 3:93

Hamilton, Maud Evelyn (later, Petty-Fitzmaurice), 5:395n

Hamilton, R. G. C., 5:252n

Hamilton, Walter Kerr (bishop of Salisbury), 1:390, 1:391n

Hamilton-Gordon, Alexander, 4:381n

Hamilton-Gordon, Rev. Douglas, 3:457, 3:458n

Hamilton-Gordon, Lady Ellen Susan Anne Douglas Sholto, 3:457, 3:458n

Hamilton-Gordon, Ishbel Maria Coutts, 4:380

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

“Hamlet Once More” (MA), 5:458

Hammersmith Training School, 4:259

Hammick, Frances (later, Spottiswoode), 5:268

Hamon, M., 1:427n

Hampden, Henrietta, 1:449, 1:450n

Hampden, John, 4:76

Hampden, Renn Dickson, 1:450n

Hancock (doctor), 2:380–81

Hancock (unidentified), 2:142

Hankey, John Barnard, 6:236n

Hannah, George, 5:319n; letters to (1881–85), 5:319, 5:330, 5:335; mentioned, 5:393

Hannen, James, 4:56, 5:64, 5:64n, 6:327

Harcourt, Edward, 1:512n

Harcourt, Maria Theresa Lister, 1:512n

Harcourt, William George Granville Venables Vernon, 1:512–13n; Dick’s appointment and, 5:187, 5:211, 5:214; letters to (1881–85), 5:152, 5:172–73, 5:192, 5:211; mentioned, 1:511, 4:90, 6:279; speeches of, 5:173n

Harcourt, William Vernon, 1:512n

Hard (cook), 2:108

Harden, Jane Sophia, 1:13, 1:15–16, 1:16n, 1:33

Harden, John, 1:16n

Harden, Robert Allan, 1:12, 1:16n

Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold von (pseud. Novalis), 1:82

Hardinge, William Money, 4:441, 5:52, 5:52–53n

Harding’s, bill from, 6:316, 6:329

Hardy, C. W. H. C.: letters to (1866–70), 3:142

Hardy, Gathorne (Lord Cranbrook), 2:249n; appointments by, 6:330; Free Schools commission and, 6:68, 6:69, 6:71, 6:101–2; mentioned, 3:53, 3:159, 5:76, 5:77; position of, 4:389n; speeches of, 2:248; visit with, 4:388

Hare, Augustus, 5:126n

Hare, Augustus John Cuthbert, 5:126

Hare, Julius Charles, 1:47, 1:48n, 2:68n, 5:126n

Harford, John B., 1:172n

Harford-Battersby, Mary Louisa (later, Bunsen), 1:72n

Hargreaves, Eleanor Mary (later, Thursby), 1:10n

Hargreaves, Emma Caroline (later, Henderson), 6:229n

Harland, Annie, 5:279

Harland (Harlan), James, 3:73

Harlequin Little Tom Tucker (performance), 2:267n

Harper, George McLean, 5:332–33

Harper & Brothers: letter to (1876–80), 4:443

Harper’s Monthly, 5:344n, 5:457

Harper’s Weekly, 6:191n, 6:339n

Harrington, Lady, 6:338

Harrington, Mr, 1:122

Harris (unidentified), 1:322

Harris, Capt. (unidentified), 3:59–60n

Harris, Mr (optician), 1:23

Harris, Elizabeth Innes (Mrs George), 3:351

Harris, Ephraim, 6:205, 6:206n

Harris, George, 3:351n; letters to (1866–70), 3:351, 3:417; on MA’s breakfast account, 5:357n

Harris, Gertrude Louisa Russell (Charles’s daughter), 4:186

Harris, James Howard (Lord Malmesbury), 1:461

Harris, James Thomas (“Frank”): letters to (1886–88), 6:295–96

Harris, Joseph Hemington (“Presbyter Anglicanus”), 2:393

Harris, Theodore, 4:186n

Harrison family, 1:191

Harrison, Benson, 1:193n, 1:517n

Harrison, Burton, 6:187n

Harrison, Constance Cary, 6:187n; letters to (1886–88), 6:187–88, 6:191–92; planned visit with, 6:189, 6:192; social life of, 6:194n

Harrison, Frederic, 2:98–99n; controversy concerning, 2:98; letters to (1871–75), 4:287; on MA’s writing, 3:181, 3:183; mentioned, 3:127, 3:147, 3:191, 3:264, 3:342, 3:459

Harrison, George, 4:90, 4:91n

Harrison, Mary Kingsley, 6:359, 6:360n

Harrison, Matthew Benson, 1:193n, 2:146

Harrison, Richard, 1:411, 1:412n

Harrison, Rev. Thomas, 5:388, 5:390n

Harrison, William, 6:360n

Harrison, Wordsworth, 1:412n

Harrow: description of, 3:243, 3:283–84; house-hunting at, 3:181, 3:182, 3:185, 3:221, 3:223, 3:226; Lending Library of, 3:397–98; taking train from, 3:454; timing of move to, 3:214. See also Byron House (Harrow)

Harrowell, Sally, 3:108, 3:109n

Harrow School: admission to, 3:246–47; boys’ memorial at, 4:104; chapel of, 4:64; characteristics of, 3:199; doctor at, 3:328; fees at, 3:241, 3:243, 3:248–49, 3:279; headmaster of, 3:215n; learning Latin at, 3:335; school holidays of, 3:146; speeches at, 3:262, 3:266, 3:356, 4:168; sporting events of, 3:268–69, 4:43; students at, 3:185n; textbooks at, 3:205. See also specific students (e.g., MA’s sons)

Hartford Times, 5:330n

Hartington, Lord (Spencer Compton Cavendish), 6:152n; Crimes Bill and, 6:274; elections and, 6:173; as influence, 6:248–49; Irish issues and, 6:151–52, 6:156, 6:160; mentioned, 4:196n, 6:109; opinion of, 6:169, 6:179, 6:185; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:363, 4:364n; speeches of, 5:337; St Margaret’s Jubilee and, 6:285; support for, 6:282

Hartwell family, 2:159

Hartwell, Francis, 1:154n

Hartwell, Francis Grant, 1:154n, 1:193n

Harvard Library Bulletin, 1:lv

Harvard University: anniversary celebration of, 6:238, 6:239n; Arnold papers in, 1:xli; honorary degree and, 6:161, 6:162n; poetry reading at, 5:326; printers for, 5:333

Harwood, Philip, 4:431, 4:432n

Hastings, Mr, 6:246

Hastings, Charles Frederick Clifton Abney, 5:95n

Hastings, Edith, 5:95n

Hastings, Flora Paulyna Hetty Barbara Abney (duchess of Norfolk), 5:93, 5:94–95

Hathaway, George Henry: letters to (1881–85), 5:393

Haton, N. W., 5:408

Hatton, Edward Hatton Finch, 1:187, 1:188n

Haupt, Moritz, 2:462

Hauranne, Prosper Duvergier de, 1:449, 1:450n, 2:210

Haverhill, British school in, 2:302

Haweis, Hugh Reginald, 5:142, 5:142n, 6:69

Hawker, John Manley, 1:52n; amusements of, 1:54–55; arrangements made by, 4:23; death of, 5:423n; A French Eton for, 2:313; letters from (1841–45), 1:56; letters from (1861–65), 2:394; mentioned, 1:49, 4:30, 5:410, 6:368; visit with, 3:435, 3:438, 5:45, 5:49, 5:60

Hawker, William Henry, 1:52n

Hawkes, John, 1:141

Hawkins, Mrs, 2:33, 2:71

Hawkins, Caesar Henry (1711–1786), 2:171n

Hawkins, Caesar Henry (1798–1884), 2:85, 2:86–87n, 2:170, 2:171n

Hawkins, Edward (provost of Oriel), 1:47n, 1:313n; death of, 2:170; family of, 2:171n; letters to (1861–65), 2:71; mentioned, 1:45–46, 1:50, 2:33, 2:51, 4:245, 5:477; New Poems sent to, 3:254; position of, 1:204, 1:205n; visits with, 1:312, 2:147

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

Hawkins, F. H.: letters to (1881–85), 6:59

Hawkins, Margaret, 1:312, 1:313n

Hawkins, Mary Anne Buckle, 1:312, 1:313n

Hawkins, Mary Frances, 1:312, 1:313n

Hawley, Joseph Roswell, 5:329n, 5:365, 5:366n

Hawley (or Hanley), Barnard, 6:242

Hawley (or Hanley), Mrs Barnard, 6:242

“Haworth Churchyard” (MA): influences on, 1:96n; “mis-burial” in, 1:316; publication of, 1:311, 1:313–15; responses to, 1:315–16, 1:317

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 2:146n, 3:89, 5:331, 5:337, 6:317

Hawtrey, Charles H., “The Private Secretary,” 6:17, 6:18n

Hawtrey, Edward Craven, 1:59, 1:60n, 2:56, 2:63, 2:68n, 2:69

Hay, Clara Stone, 5:380, 5:382, 5:392, 5:395, 5:434

Hay, Dorothea (later, Stanhope), 2:335, 2:336n

Hay, Maj. Gen. Lord James, 1:507, 1:508n

Hay, John (American), 5:380n; letters to (1881–85), 5:380, 5:382; mentioned, 5:385, 5:386, 5:392, 5:395

Hay, Lord John, 2:269, 2:271n, 3:241

Hay, John Milton: letters to (1881–85), 5:434

Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1:270, 5:24, 5:41n, 5:50

Hayes family, 6:218

Hayes, Mary Arnold Twining Hiley (“Small Wild Cat,” “Bacco,” MA’s sister): advice for, 6:95; appearance of, 3:233–34; finances of, 6:338–39; gift for, 4:278; Hayes’s illness/death and, 6:153n, 6:320, 6:321n, 6:361; health/illnesses of, 1:181, 2:228, 2:310, 4:2, 4:4, 4:62, 6:328; Hiley’s death and, 2:478–79; invitation from, 3:167; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:58; letters from (1829–40), 1:13, 1:35; letters from (1846–50), 1:145–46, 1:166, 1:170, 1:175; marriages of, 1:liii, 1:3n, 1:388n, 3:248; mentioned, 1:2, 1:6, 1:20, 1:32–33, 1:71, 1:72n, 1:81, 1:276, 1:313, 1:497–98, 2:135, 2:150n, 2:290, 2:371, 3:18, 3:85, 3:236, 3:284, 3:338, 3:344, 3:418, 3:422, 3:445, 6:67; political engagement of, 1:94, 1:95n; reading of, 1:108n, 1:123, 3:392; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:409; siblings of, 1:2–3n; Tom’s death and, 3:296; travels of, 2:17; visits with, 1:304–5, 2:8, 3:37, 3:304, 3:306–7, 4:279, 5:75, 5:459

Hayes, Rev. Robert S. Bees: death of, 6:153, 6:321n, 6:361n; health/illnesses of, 6:62, 6:320, 6:325, 6:328, 6:355; marriage of, 3:248; mentioned, 3:256, 3:284, 3:426, 4:8, 6:67

Hayman, Henry: letters to (1871–75), 4:169; opposition to, 3:395, 3:396n; as Rugby headmaster, 3:383n, 3:384, 4:169n, 4:181n; testimonials for, 3:392

Haymarket (theater), 2:177, 2:238, 2:389, 3:90, 4:141, 6:266n

Hayne, Paul Hamilton: letters to (1881–85), 5:168, 5:329n

Hayter, Arthur Divett, 4:176, 4:177n, 6:18n

Hayter, Lady (Henrietta Hope): mentioned, 4:176, 4:177n, 6:41, 6:265; parties of, 6:17, 6:18n, 6:24, 6:262

Hayter, William, 4:177n

Hayward, Abraham: letters to (1876–80), 4:343; mentioned, 2:207, 2:208n, 4:303; reviews of, 3:448n; on Ticknor, 4:335, 4:336n

Hayward, C. F., 3:226, 3:227n

Hazlitt, William, 6:350

Head, Lady (Anna Maria Yorke), 3:91

Head, Edmund Walker, 3:91

Headlam, Mr, 4:308

Headlam, Rev. Arthur William, 4:309n

Headlam, Francis John, 4:309n

Headlam, Morley, 4:309n

Headlam, Walter George, 4:309n

Headland, Rev. E., 1:488n

Heal and Son (bedding merchant), 2:137, 2:138n

Healing (assistant inspector): assistance of, 5:224; illness of, 4:292; successor to, 5:211; working with, 3:157, 3:169, 3:249, 3:374, 3:446–47, 4:255, 5:265, 6:133

Hearn family, 1:xlii, 1:liii

Hearn, James (father), 1:125–26n

Hearn, James Seckerson (son), 1:123, 1:124, 1:125–26n, 1:165n

Heath, Fanny, 4:441–42, 5:3–4, 5:8, 5:10, 5:11

Heathcote, William, 2:301–2n, 3:435, 3:436

Heatherley, Jane, 5:361

Heathorn, Henrietta Anne. See Huxley, Henrietta Anne Heathorn

Heaton, John Deakin: letters to (1866–70), 3:252

Heaviside, James William Lucas, 2:87, 2:88n

Hebdomadal Council, 1:361

Heber, Reginald, 1:107, 1:108n

“Hebrasim and Hellenism,” use of phrase, 4:279. See also Culture and Anarchy (MA)

Hedge, Frederic Henry: letters to (1861–65), 2:388–89

Hedges (unidenitifed), 4:207

Hedley, William, 1:360

Heimann, Adolf, 1:244, 1:245n

Heine, Heinrich: criticism of, 1:148; English tour of, 2:473; lecture on, 2:207, 2:211, 2:213, 2:215; opinion of, 2:59; quoted, 5:401; secretary of, 4:172n; translations of, 2:211, 2:458n, 3:28; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21; works of, 2:206

“Heine’s Grave” (MA), 1:148n, 2:188n, 2:246–47, 3:173

“Heinrich Heine” (MA): mentioned, 5:301n; plans for, 2:188n; proofreading and revisions of, 2:223; publication of, 2:188n, 2:211–12, 2:217, 2:332; responses to, 2:226, 2:228, 2:235, 2:236, 2:238

Helena (princess of Schleswig-Holstein), 3:198n

Helen (princess), 5:272, 5:273n

Hellenism and Greece, 3:259, 3:281

Helme, Mr (unidentified), 6:354

Helmes family, 6:72–73, 6:218, 6:220, 6:252

Helmes, Mrs, 6:242, 6:333

Helmes, Thomas Mashiter, 5:176, 5:177n, 6:3

Helmore, Thomas, 5:172n; letters to (1881–85), 5:172, 5:248

Helps, Edmund Arthur, 3:258n, 5:439n; letters to (1866–70), 3:258, 3:402; letters to (1871–75), 4:29, 4:81, 4:128; mentioned, 3:445, 5:270; as school inspector, 5:438–39, 5:463, 5:464, 6:37

Hemich, Mrs, 6:338–39

Henderson, Lady, 6:230

Henderson, Misses (unidentified), 5:227

Henderson, Col. Edmund Yeamans Walcott, 6:230, 6:231n

Henderson, Emma Caroline Hargreaves, 6:229n

Henderson, Eveleen Mary Smith, 6:229n

Henderson, John, 6:228, 6:229n

Henderson, Robert, 5:227n, 6:228, 6:229n

Heningham & Hollis, 3:26, 4:156

Henley, Agnes Walwyn Walrond, 3:20

Henley, Joseph John, 3:20

Henley, Joseph Warner, 1:358, 2:136, 2:137n

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

Henry (king of Navarre), 1:29

Henry, Thomas, 3:206, 3:207n

Henslow, George, 4:199, 4:200n

Henslow, John Stevens, 3:76, 3:77n

Hepworth, James, 1:326n; letters to (1851–55), 1:326; letters to (1856–60), 1:328–30, 1:347–48, 1:353, 1:382–83, 1:416; letters to (1861–65), 2:386; letters to (1866–70), 3:200; letters to (1871–75), 4:96

Herbert, Auberon Edward William Molyneux, 3:183

Herbert, Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth Llanover, 3:353, 3:354n

Herbert, Eveline Alicia Juliana (Lady Portsmouth), 3:227, 3:228n, 5:93, 5:95, 5:150

Herbert, George, 3:285

Herbert, Gertrude Frances Talbot (countess of Pembroke): letters to (1881–85), 6:44

Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux (Lord Carnavon): family of, 3:183; letters to (1881–85), 5:150

Herbert, J. Arthur, 3:354n

Herbert, Robert George Wyndham, 2:165, 2:166n, 2:167, 2:168, 2:373, 2:377

Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 2:452

Hernamen, Rev. J. W. B., 5:464

Herodias, 4:154

Herodotus, 1:17

Hérold, Ferdinand, 6:120n

Herrards (innkeepers), 2:30, 2:37–38, 2:152, 2:222

Herries (unidentified), 2:419, 2:420

Herries, Farquhar & Co. (bank), 2:95, 2:96n

Herschel, Caroline Emilia Mary (later, Gordon), 3:134n

Herschel, John Frederick William: on astronomy, 1:99n; essays of, 2:68n; letters to (1866–70), 3:167; mentioned, 3:22; poetry of, 2:481–82; translations of, 2:139, 2:247n

Herschell, Agnes Adela Kinderley, 6:316, 6:320

Herschell, Farrer, 6:316, 6:320

Hertford, Lord (Richard Seymour), 3:130, 3:131n, 4:64

Hervé, Jean Florian (comte de Kergorlay), 1:427, 1:428n, 1:442

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

Hervey, Lord Francis, 6:357

Hesiod, 1:86, 1:118, 1:119n, 1:296

Hess, Heinrich Hermann Josef von, 1:449, 1:450n

Hewett, Prescott Gardner, 4:341

Hewlett, Henry G., 4:215

Hewlett, T., 3:328, 4:97, 4:98n

Heygate, Frederick William, 2:301, 2:302n

Heygate, William Unwin, 3:422, 3:423n

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

Hibbert, John Hubert Washington, 2:286, 2:287n

Hibbert, Mary Magdalene Tichborne Talbot, 2:286, 2:287n

Higgins, Matthew James (pseud. Jacob Omnium), 2:207

Higginson, Ellen, 3:169n

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth: acquaintances of, 6:110n; letters from (1881–85), 5:341–42; letters to (1881–85), 5:286, 5:320; mentioned, 5:319n, 5:336n; on Mixed Essays, 5:46, 5:47n; opinion of, 5:342n, 6:320, 6:325; school visits with, 5:343–44

High Church movement, 4:27–28n, 4:143

Higher Schools and Universities in Germany (MA): distribution of, 4:251, 5:189n; editions and reprints of, 4:192, 5:181, 5:418; mentioned, 5:236; payment for, 5:208; preface for, 4:185; references in, 4:271n; responses to, 4:206, 4:210–11

Hiley, Arnold, 2:479n, 6:329n

Hiley, Rev. John Simeon: death of, 2:478–79; health/illnesses of, 2:310, 2:371, 2:381, 2:385, 2:477; marriage of, 1:388n; mentioned, 1:405, 1:497–98, 2:86, 2:135, 2:228, 2:290

Hiley, Louis/Lewis (Mary’s son): address of, 6:149; careers considered for, 6:95, 6:118; father’s death and, 2:479n; mentioned, 3:310; position for, 6:119n, 6:146

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

Hill, Alan G., 1:16–17n

Hill, Arthur, 4:444n; letters to (1876–80), 4:444; letters to (1881–85), 5:431

Hill, George Birkbeck Norman, 4:236n; family of, 4:444n; letters to (1871–75), 4:236; letters to (1876–80), 4:415–16; works: Dr. Johnson, 4:415, 4:416n

Hill, Herbert (father), 1:17

Hill, Herbert (son), 1:17n, 1:164n; criticism of, 1:280; letters from (1861–65), 2:322; letters to (1851–55), 1:247; letters to (1856–60), 1:371–72; letters to (1861–65), 2:55–56, 2:322–23; mentioned, 1:158, 3:351

Hill, James, 4:245–46, 4:289, 4:303, 4:304

Hill, Rowland, 4:444n

Hillebrand, Karl Arnold, 4:171, 4:172n

Hills, Anna Grove, 2:219

Hills, Beatrice Cervinia (later, Curwen), 1:516, 1:517n

Hills, Herbert Augustus, 2:98, 2:99n, 2:100, 2:219

Hills, John, 1:517n

Hinchley, Annie, 1:322

Hinchliff, Thomas Woodbine, 1:399, 1:400–401n

Hind (physician), 4:38

Hinds, Samuel, 1:160, 1:161, 1:165n

Hipkins, Alfred James: letters to (1866–70), 3:19

Historical Manuscripts Commission, 3:351n

Hitchcock, Henry, 5:389, 5:390n

Hobart family, 3:43, 3:44n

Hobart, Lady (née Egremont), 2:204, 2:205n

Hobart, Augustus Edward, 4:135n

Hobart, Catherine Annesley Carr, 3:44n

Hobart, Frederick John, 3:44n

Hobart-Hampton, Augustus Edward, 2:205n

Hobby Horse. See Century Guild Hobby Horse

Hobhouse, Arthur, 3:196, 3:197n, 3:291, 6:24

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

Hodder and Stoughton (publishers), 4:15n

Hodgkinson, Rev. G., 1:488n

Hodgson, Catherine Margaret (later, Ford), 1:334n

Hodgson, Frances Anne (later, Arnold), 1:266, 1:267n, 1:333, 1:334n, 1:435

Hodgson, Hon. Maj. Gen. Hugh Norris, 1:334n

Hodgson, Maj. Gen. John Anthony, 1:334n

Hodgson, Robert Kirkman: letters to (1881–85), 6:47

Hodgson, Stewart, 6:22, 6:228, 6:232, 6:235, 6:236

Hodgson, William Ballantyne, 4:300n; letters to (1876–80), 4:300, 4:363, 4:378, 4:384; letters to (1881–85), 5:159, 5:217

Hoffman, Ralph, 6:193, 6:194n

Hofmann, August Wilhelm von, 6:83, 6:83–84n, 6:90, 6:91

Hohenthal, Countess Walpurga Ehrengarde Helena de (Lady Paget), 4:156

Hoijtema, M. van, 1:462, 1:463n

Holbeach, Henry, 2:472

Holbertson, Thomas Henry, 1:319, 1:320n, 1:321, 1:351n, 2:468n

Holbertson, Vaughan, 1:205n, 1:350, 1:351n, 2:468n

Holbertson, Mrs Vaughan, 1:204, 1:205n, 2:468n

Holcombe, Dr, 6:205

Holcombe, William Frederic, 6:206n

Holden, Eleanor Eliza White, 1:290n

Holden, Capt. Henry, 1:290

Holden, James: letters to (1866–70), 3:214, 3:219

Holden, James Richard, 3:219n

Holden, James Shuttleworth, 3:219n

Hole, Charles: letters to (1866–70), 3:283

Holinshed, Raphael, 1:178, 1:179n

Holl, Benjamin, 5:33n

Holland: description of, 1:460–61, 1:463–64; tourists from, 2:441

Holland, Bernard Henry, 6:261, 6:262n

Holland, Emily Mary. See Buxton, Emily Mary Holland

Holland, Francis James, 3:315n, 5:249

Holland, Henry, 4:390n

Holland, Henry (canon of Canterbury), 3:315n

Holland, Henry (physician), 2:183n

Holland, Henry Thurstan, 4:390n, 6:70n; Free Schools commission and, 6:69; letters to (1876–80), 4:389–90

Holland, John, 1:305n

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

Holland, Margaret Alice Holland (“Meta,” later, Smith), 6:315, 6:316n

Holland, Margaret Jean Trevelyan, 4:390n

Holland, Mary Sybilla Lyall, 3:315n; examination papers and, 5:187; letters to (1866–70), 3:315; letters to (1881–85), 5:184–85; “Poor Mathias” sent to, 5:251

Holland, Michael, 5:185n

Hollond, Ellen Julia Teed, 2:145, 2:146n, 4:145

Hollond, Robert, 2:146n

Holloway College, 6:246

Holls, George Frederick William, 6:306–7

Holman, Harriet R., 5:329n

Holmes family, 2:398, 2:399n, 3:447, 4:37

Holmes, Mr: letters to (1881–85), 6:46

Holmes, Amelia Lee Jackson, 5:477

Holmes, Cecil Frederick, 2:399n

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 5:42n; letters to (1881–85), 5:189; mentioned, 5:42, 5:103

Holmes, Fanny Bowditch, 5:477

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (father), 5:322–23n; autograph of, 5:337; on Emerson, 5:477n; lecture introduced by, 5:322; letters to (1881–85), 5:325, 5:336, 5:476–77; mentioned, 5:333, 5:345; visit with, 5:337, 5:341

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (son), 5:477

Home and Foreign Review: “The Colonization of Northumbria” (T. Arnold) in, 2:312n; contributors to, 4:432n; editor of, 2:175n, 3:126n; mentioned, 2:347

homeopathy, interest in, 1:49–50, 2:259

Homer: form and, 2:53; hymns of, 4:299; as influence, 1:280, 1:282; mentioned, 1:114, 1:115n, 2:129, 6:312; quoted, 4:411; reading of, 1:17, 2:43; translations of, 1:133, 1:134, 1:137, 2:41, 2:94, 2:246, 2:355, 3:22n, 3:27–38, 3:323, 5:293; writing of, 1:279. See also The Iliad (Homer); The Odyssey (Homer); On Translating Homer (MA)

Home Rule: debate on, 6:151–52, 6:156, 6:160, 6:165, 6:167, 6:170, 6:172, 6:175–79, 6:192–93; differences over, 2:314n, 3:264n; Irish university question and, 5:64; plan for, 6:109–10, 6:114–15; supporters of, 2:190n, 3:188n

Honan, Park, 1:75–76n, 1:211n

Hook, Mrs and Miss, 1:15

Hook, Robert, 2:95, 2:96n

Hook, Walter Farquhar (dean of Chichester), 2:95, 2:96n, 2:335, 2:336n, 2:363

Hooker, Joseph Dalton: books of, 3:418, 3:419n, 3:420, 3:422, 5:9, 5:10; letters to (1871–75), 4:192–93; letters to (1876–80), 4:387; mentioned, 4:194; as president of Royal Society, 4:233

Hooker, Richard, 5:186

Hooper, George, 2:320n

Hooper, Marian (later, Adams), 5:365, 5:366n

Hope, Henrietta. See Hayter, Lady (Henrietta Hope)

Hope-Scott, James, 5:423

Hopkinson, David, 1:liii, 1:499n

Horace: allusions to, 1:19, 1:121n, 1:370n; context of, 1:120; as influence, 6:296; reading of, 1:349; references to, 6:302; translations of, 4:117, 5:431n

Horace (pseud.), 3:20n, 3:26

“Horatian Echo” (MA), 6:279, 6:279n, 6:288n, 6:289–90

Hordern, Ellen Frances (Lady Lubbock), 3:119, 3:120n

Horne, Mr, 3:433

Horne, Herbert P., 6:295. See also Century Guild Hobby Horse

Horne, Richard Henry (or Hengist): letters to (1871–75), 4:287–88

Horner, Frances Joanna. See Bunbury, Lady (Frances Joanna Horner)

Hornor, Alice, 4:131

Hornor, Anne Moline: letters to (1871–75), 4:131–32

Hornor, Beatrice, 4:131

Hornor, Edith, 4:131

Hornor, Edward, 4:132n

Hornor, Lewis, 4:132n

Horsley, John Callcott, 3:329, 3:331n

Horsley, Sarah (later, Whiteman), 1:222n

Horsley area, description of, 4:308

Hort, F. J. A., 3:286n

Horticultural Fête, 3:164

Horticultural Gardens, 2:216. See also Botanic Garden

Hôtel Baur (Zurich), 2:466

Hotel Vendome, 5:321, 5:399

Hotel Windsor (Paris), 1:214–15

Hotham, Lord Beaumont, 2:321, 2:322n

Hotten, John Campbell, 2:339n

Houghton, Lord. See Milnes, Richard Monckton (Lord Houghton)

Houghton, James M.: letters to (1876–80), 4:417

Hovil, Miss (unidentified), 2:445

How, Richard, 1:261n

How, Richard Thomas, 1:261n

How, William Briggins, 1:261n

How, William Fitzwilliam, 1:260, 1:261n

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

Howard, Charles Wentworth George, 2:205, 2:321, 2:322n, 5:23n

Howard, George James (later, earl of Carlisle), 3:188n; letters to (1866–70), 3:188; letters to (1876–80), 4:328, 4:333, 4:340, 4:353, 5:23; mentioned, 3:204, 6:29; visit with, 4:280n

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

Howard, Henry Charles. See Suffolk, earl of (Henry Charles Howard)

Howard, Henry FitzAlan (duke of Norfolk), 5:93, 5:94–95, 5:254

Howard, John, 6:296

Howard, Rachel, 1:261n

Howard, Rosalind Frances Stanley (George’s wife, later countess of Carlisle): characteristics of, 3:188n; letters to (1881–85), 5:226; mentioned, 4:340, 4:353; opinion of, 3:204; visit with, 4:280n

Howell, Mr and Mrs (unidentified), 3:447–48

Howell, Samuel, 5:32, 5:33n

Howell & James (merchants), 1:206n, 1:406, 3:223

Howells, Mrs , 5:460

Howells, William Dean, 5:344n; dinner with, 5:329n; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1881–85), 5:344; mentioned, 5:460; reading of, 5:83–84

Howes, Edward, 2:321, 2:322n

Howley, William (archbishop of Canterbury), 1:57, 1:58n, 2:248

Howson, John Saul: A French Eton sent to, 2:314; letters to (1856–60), 2:10

Hozier, Lady Blanche, 6:269, 6:270n, 6:271

Hozier, Henry Montagu, 6:270n

Hozier, James, 6:270n

Hudson, C., 1:488n

Hudson, George, 1:150n, 1:465, 1:487

Hudson, Morris: letters to (1881–85), 6:27–28

Hugh, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:224

Hughes family, 4:418, 5:160, 5:221n

Hughes, George Edward, 3:413, 4:120, 4:121, 4:122n

Hughes, Col. Robert John, 2:156

Hughes, Thomas, 1:155n; acquaintances of, 1:277n; American tour of, 6:27; appointment for, 5:220; as Clough’s editor, 2:120; family of, 2:159, 3:413n; health/illnesses of, 5:161; letters to (1871–75), 4:121–22, 4:128; mentioned, 1:154, 1:195, 2:159, 3:173; Rugby visit of, 3:391–92; speeches of, 6:285; on Walrond, 1:168n; works: Tom Brown’s School Days at Rugby, 1:366, 1:379, 5:174n

Hughes, Mrs Thomas, 5:220

Hugo, Victor: death of, 6:103n; Ludlow’s attack on, 1:277n; mentioned, 2:210, 5:43n, 5:473; opinion of, 5:71, 6:103, 6:297; poetry of, 5:20, 5:96; reference to, 2:340; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21

Huguenots, Les (opera), 1:208

Hull, lecture at: comments on, 6:343, 6:344, 6:349; description of place, 6:344–45; preparation of, 6:335, 6:340; travel plans for, 6:333

Hull, William Stanley, 1:23, 1:32n, 1:43, 1:147, 1:160

Hullah, Mrs J., 4:426n

Hull and Barnsley (dock company), 6:345

Humbert I (king), 3:344n, 4:129

Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 4:292

Hume, Mrs (unidentified), 6:220

Hume, David, 3:397, 3:419, 5:117, 5:190

Hume, Joseph, 1:108, 1:110n, 2:141, 2:141n

Hume, William Wheeler, 4:265, 4:265n, 4:272, 4:414–15

Hume-Rothery, Mary Catherine, 2:141

The Hundred Greatest Men (Wood), MA’s introduction to, 4:428–29, 4:445

Hunt, George Ward, 1:193n, 2:301n; as chancellor of Exchequer, 3:235n; letters to (1866–70), 3:235; mentioned, 1:190, 2:301, 2:445; recommendation from, 3:136; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:238

Hunt, Thornton: letters to (1861–65), 6:371

Hunter v. Sharpe, 3:101–2n

Huntingdon, Lady, 3:390

Huntington Library, 1:xlii

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

Hurlburt, Hinman Barrett, 5:379, 5:382

Hutchinson, Horace G., 1:513n

Hutchinson, Lucy, 6:305

Hutton, Charles, 1:347n; as Basil’s doctor, 3:65, 3:163–64, 3:206; as Budge’s doctor, 3:23, 3:27, 4:98; as Dicky’s doctor, 1:346, 1:350, 2:117; on Eddy (Edward’s son), 2:41; family of, 4:289; as Flu’s doctor, 1:498, 2:140, 2:300, 6:28; as Lucy’s doctor, 2:7, 3:447, 4:67, 5:170, 5:241; mentioned, 2:281, 3:451; as Nelly’s doctor, 2:173, 2:221, 3:172, 6:28; as Tom’s doctor, 1:409, 1:517, 2:109, 2:357–58; Walsh’s care and, 3:92; as Walter’s doctor, 2:384; widow of, 6:278

Hutton, Emma (later, Lingen). See Lingen, Emma Hutton

Hutton, Richard Holt, 1:344n; editorship of, 1:333n, 6:263; letters to (1856–60), 1:344; letters to (1861–65), 2:298–99; letters to (1866–70), 3:406; on MA’s poetry, 4:115, 4:116n; mentioned, 2:269, 3:316, 5:12, 5:254; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 5:72; Poems (1877) requested by, 4:371, 4:372. See also Spectator

Huxley, Dr, 6:104

Huxley, Henrietta Anne Heathorn: letters to (1871–75), 4:87; mentioned, 4:57

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

Huxley, Julian, 2:60n

Huxley, Leon, 6:31n, 6:32

Huxley, Leonard, 6:200, 6:201n

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 3:120n; advice from, 4:437–38; American tour of, 6:106; Christianity and, 4:292–93; daughters’ marriages and, 6:26n; Geological Society and, 3:233, 3:316; health/illnesses of, 4:87, 5:457; lectures of, 3:412, 3:450, 4:270n, 5:116, 5:117n; letters to (1866–70), 3:412; letters to (1871–75), 4:57, 4:64, 4:143–44, 4:269, 4:290–91; letters to (1876–80), 4:362, 4:437–38, 5:116–17; letters to (1881–85), 5:191; Lewes’s debate with, 3:192; on list of academicians, 6:262n; mentioned, 3:119, 3:127, 3:160, 3:239, 3:356, 3:450, 4:7, 4:18, 4:20–21, 4:86, 4:140, 4:385–86, 6:268; opinion of, 3:449; The Popular Education of France sent to, 4:64; portraits of, 3:409; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:411, 3:412; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:241, 3:244; on speaking, 5:457; translation of, 4:200n; visits with, 3:262, 4:52, 4:57, 4:60; in “x Club,” 4:293n; works: Science and Culture, 5:191

Hyde Park riot, 2:154n, 3:59–60n, 3:198, 4:60n

hydropathy/water cure, 1:189, 1:337n

Hyett, Benjamin, 1:213n

Hyett, William Henry (father), 1:213

Hyett, William Henry Adams (son), 1:213–14n

Hyland family (unidentified), 2:445, 2:448

Ibsen, Henrik, 5:216n

Ibstock school, 1:235

Iddesleigh, countess dowager of (Cecilia Frances Northcote), 6:285–86n

Idealist (journal), 3:340

Ihne, Wilhelm, 4:28, 4:29n

The Iliad (Homer): allusions to, 2:59n, 4:411n; as influence, 6:296; opinion of, 1:274; reading of, 1:153; translations of, 1:133, 1:134, 1:137, 2:63, 2:68–69, 2:139, 2:247n, 2:358, 2:482n

Illingworth, Mr, 5:85

Illinois, places visited in: Bloomington, 5:386–87, 5:389; Galesburg, 5:384, 5:385n. See also Chicago

Illinois Wesleyan University, 5:387

Illustrated London News, 2:380, 3:17, 3:18n, 4:15n

Illustrated Review, 1:lii, 4:94, 4:95

Image, Mr, 6:207

Image, Selwyn, 5:120, 6:322

Income Tax Commissioners, 3:438n, 3:457

“The Incompatibles” (MA), 2:440n, 5:141, 5:142n, 5:144

Incorporated Society of Authors, 6:259

India: appointments in, 1:329–30; Army Staff Corps in, 4:20; battles in, 1:147n, 1:298; Director of Public Education in (Punjab), 1:320n, 1:339; discourse on, 1:273, 1:371n, 1:407; earth-closets in, 3:325; interest in, 4:316; lectures on, 6:12, 6:15; mutinies in, 1:365n, 1:384; schools in, 1:161–62

India examinations, 2:327, 2:329, 2:386, 2:392, 3:266–67, 4:198

India House Collection, 1:xliii

Indianapolis (Ind.): lecture at, 5:390, 5:394; opinion of, 6:229; visit to, 5:389

Indianapolis Journal, 5:390

Ingelow, Jean: letters to (1866–70), 3:327–28; works of, 2:245, 2:246n, 3:328n

Ingleby, Clement Mansfield: letters to (1886–88), 6:133

Inglis, John (Lord Glencorse), 3:334

Innes, Elizabeth (later, Harris), 3:351

Inquirer, 4:171

Inspector of Schools: applications for, 1:234, 6:329–30; appointment as, 1:180n, 1:198, 1:200, 1:203, 1:212, 2:218, 5:15; assistants for, 2:293, 2:296, 2:301, 2:302, 2:318, 3:133, 3:137, 3:139, 3:157, 3:169, 3:413, 4:68, 5:211; benefits of, 3:241, 3:248–49; certificate revisions and, 1:347; conferences for, 5:410; confidentiality issue and, 5:441; dissatisfaction in, 1:286, 1:296, 1:300; districts for, 1:231–32, 1:348, 4:8–9, 4:20, 4:27, 4:95, 4:255, 4:260, 4:267–68; examination papers and, 1:371, 1:411, 2:44–45, 2:174, 2:176, 2:255, 2:315, 2:318, 2:319–20, 2:367, 2:368, 2:483, 3:2, 3:97, 3:102, 3:203, 3:256, 3:305–6, 3:398, 3:454, 4:2, 4:422–23, 5:41, 5:276; farewell speech as, 6:221, 6:222n, 6:225–26; Form IX for, 2:318; leaves of absence for, 4:133–34, 4:137, 4:144, 5:283–88, 5:293–94; list of topics, 2:345; lodging preferences of, 3:133; others as, 1:207–8, 1:268n, 1:383, 2:20–21, 2:132n, 2:193n; pension issues and, 4:312, 4:317, 5:27, 6:186; persistence as, 1:lviii; religion and, 2:385–86; reports of, 1:243, 1:366–67n, 1:381, 1:411, 1:414, 2:162, 2:217, 2:218, 2:299, 2:300n, 2:317, 2:393, 4:45, 5:10, 5:13, 5:14–15, 5:79, 5:135, 5:297, 5:443; resignation from, 4:206, 5:222n, 5:224–25, 5:233, 5:295, 5:314, 5:460, 5:477, 6:47, 6:53, 6:114, 6:116, 6:133, 6:211; restrictions on, 2:171, 3:448, 4:96, 4:343, 4:383; Rothschild on, 1:407–8; salary issues and, 1:212, 3:169–71, 4:157, 4:244, 6:134; schedules for, 1:238, 1:417–18n, 2:137, 2:239–40, 2:302, 2:304, 3:101, 3:103–4, 3:114, 3:138–39, 3:141, 3:142, 3:145, 3:218, 3:279, 3:410, 3:419, 3:443, 4:285–86, 4:288, 4:351, 5:63, 5:250, 5:262, 5:308; vacation days and, 2:1, 2:20, 3:278, 3:430, 4:274, 4:338, 4:374, 4:418, 5:47, 5:104, 5:158, 5:222, 5:285, 5:287, 5:442, 6:52. See also Council of Education; Newcastle Commission; Reports on Elementary Schools 1852–82 (MA); Revised Code

Institut des Frères Chrétiennes, 1:423n, 1:436

International Exhibition (1862), 2:86, 2:119, 2:155

International School, 3:208n

Ipsen, Alfred, 6:8n, 6:16, 6:17n, 6:62

Ipswich: description of, 3:133; lecture at, 4:439, 4:446, 5:4, 5:5n, 5:11, 5:12; map of, 2:149

Ireland: American South compared to, 6:151, 6:165, 6:177; assassinations in, 5:206n; attitudes toward, 3:18; bill on government of (1886), 6:149n, 6:150–52; Bright on, 5:151; Burke on, 5:151–53, 5:155; commissioners assigned to, 3:242–43, 3:245, 3:293, 3:434; Crimes Bill and, 5:177; Derby on, 3:55; fishing in, 5:123; Forster’s 1881 difficulties in, 5:173, 5:180, 5:201, 5:252; Goldwin Smith on, 6:34; immigrants from, 5:342; institutions opened by Prince and Princess of Wales in, 6:19; issues in (1886), 6:109–10; landlord-tenant issues in, 2:397, 2:398n, 2:439; National School system in, 2:27; newspapers in, 6:232; parliament proposed for, 6:101, 6:102, 6:149n, 6:150–52, 6:156, 6:165, 6:167, 6:169–70, 6:172, 6:173, 6:176–79, 6:182–83, 6:192–93, 6:298; press in, 5:170, 5:173; reorganization of society in, 6:206; self-government for, 6:8–9, 6:15, 6:310–11; sympathy with, 5:171; travels in, 5:123, 5:166, 5:168, 5:241; university question in, 4:301, 5:32–33, 5:40, 5:41–42, 5:64; 1848 unrest in, 1:105. See also Dublin; Home Rule

“Irish Catholicism and British Liberalism” (MA), 5:32–33, 5:33n, 5:40, 5:41–42

Irish Essays and Others (MA): audience of, 5:199; “Copyright” in, 5:82n; distribution of, 5:189n, 5:192–98, 5:201; “The Future of Liberalism” in, 4:444n, 5:95n; mentioned, 6:65; payment for, 5:209; publication of, 5:169n; reviews of, 5:204, 5:205; “A Speech at Eton” in, 5:16n; suggestion for, 5:169

Irish Journal (F. Arnold-Forster), 1:liv

“The Irish University Question” (MA), 5:33n

Irvine/Irving, Mrs (unidentified), 3:160, 3:460

Irving, Henry, 4:266n; American tour of, 5:381, 6:10; Faust of, 6:107; Hamlet of, 4:230n; letters to (1871–75), 4:266; letters to (1876–80), 4:399; letters to (1881–85), 5:276; Lyons Mail of, 5:276n; MA compared to, 5:374; mentioned, 4:265, 5:272, 5:402, 5:438; Much Ado of, 5:273; Othello of, 4:313, 4:316; Shylock of, 5:68n; Tennyson’s work and, 4:320n

Isabella II (queen of Spain), 1:96n

Isaiah essay and translations (MA): distribution of, 4:275, 4:302–3; location of, 1:xxxvii; payment for, 4:298; publication of, 4:294; responses to, 4:301n, 5:49

Isaiah of Jerusalem in the Authorised English Version (MA): audience of, 5:303; distribution of, 5:305, 5:426; payment for, 5:236, 5:261–62, 5:419, 5:427–28; preparation of, 5:279, 5:284; proofs of, 1:xli; publication of, 5:208n; responses to, 5:453–54; reviews of, 6:39n; suggestion for, 5:208

Italy/Italian states: difficulties of, 3:443–44; educational changes in, 3:81; fall of, 4:8; peace treaty and, 1:478, 1:479n; people of, 2:430–31, 2:433, 2:459; Risorgimento of, 2:427n; shortcomings of, 3:203; travels in, 1:119–20, 1:216–26, 2:409, 2:414, 2:416–34, 2:435–36, 4:151–61, 5:111–14; unification of, 4:163; war in, 1:413, 1:433, 1:445, 1:449, 1:455–56

Italy/Italian states, places visited in: Auvergne, 1:319–20; Chiavenna, 2:435–36; Como, 2:435; Doges Palace (Venice), 1:219, 1:220; Genoa, 4:152; Menaggio, 4:158–59; Milan, 2:433–34, 4:163; Naples, 2:423–24, 2:426–27; Pisa, 2:428; St Peter’s, 2:422, 4:154, 4:155; Turin, 2:417; Tusculum, 4:154–55; Uffizi gallery, 2:420, 2:421. See also Florence; Rome

Jackson, Amelia Lee (later, Holmes), 5:477

Jackson, Canon, 5:169

Jackson, John (bishop of London), 3:403, 3:404n

Jackson, Julia Laura, 5:360, 5:361n

Jackson, Mary Anna Morrison, 5:360, 5:361n

Jackson, Gen. Stonewall, 5:360

Jackson, Thomas, 4:59, 4:60n

Jacqueret, Antoine Matthias Alexandre (bishop of Nantes), 1:443n

Jacson, Charles Roger, 5:22

James, Edwin, 4:217n

James, Henry: letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1876–80), 5:38–39, 5:46–47; letters to (1881–85), 5:406–7; on MA, 2:471, 2:472n, 6:191n; MA’s relationship to, 5:11n; meeting with, 4:153n, 5:11; mentioned, 5:344, 6:29; on Paris, 1:421n; on Story, 2:146n; on Whitridge, 6:22; on Wolseley, 4:207n; on “A Word about America,” 5:219; works: The American, 5:84; Hawthorne, 5:47; Roderick Hudson, 5:47

James, Henry A. (lawyer), 6:194n

James, Joseph, 2:239n

James, William: letters to (1881–85), 5:345

Jameson, Anna Brownell, 1:338

James Veitch and Sons (nurseryman), 6:19, 6:20n, 6:336

Jane (cook), 2:91–92

Jasmin (Jacques Boé), 1:434

Jeens, Charles Henry, 5:40, 5:41n, 5:51

Jefferys, Charles, 1:320n

Jenkins, Bycott, 6:235, 6:237n

Jenkins, Edward, 5:188n

Jenkyns, Henry, 2:106, 2:107n

Jenkyns, Richard, 1:46, 1:47n, 1:74n

Jephson, Henry, 5:166, 5:167n

Jervis, Henry Jervis White, 3:133, 3:134n

Jervis, Lucy Cobbold, 3:133, 3:134n

Jerviswood, Lord (Charles Baillie), 4:32

Jesus College (Oxford), 3:48, 3:49n, 3:149, 3:267n

Jeune, Francis (master of Pembroke): Charterhouse nomination and, 3:31; Crewian Oration and, 2:148n; mentioned, 2:133n, 6:265; reforms of, 1:361n, 1:363n; wife of, 6:29n

Jeune, Margaret Dyne Symons: letters to (1886–88), 6:267, 6:283; mentioned, 6:261, 6:265

Jeune, Susan Mary Elizabeth, 6:28, 6:29n

Jewel, John (bishop of Salisbury), 6:67

Jewett, Sarah Orne, 5:369, 5:459, 5:460, 6:242, 6:306

Jewish Benefit Society, 1:438n

Jewish Free School (Spitalsfield), 2:60, 2:286, 3:218, 4:120, 4:208

Jex-Blake, Thomas William, 4:196, 5:32, 5:33n, 6:285

Jimeno, Dona Carolina: letters to (1881–85), 5:290

Joad, George, 1:488n

Jocelyn (unidentified), 2:419

Joddrell (unidentified), 4:195

John (at Rugby), 3:108, 3:109n

John (servant), 1:14, 1:16n, 1:33–34

“John Keats” (MA), 5:45n

Johns, Mr, 6:68

Johns, Charles Augustus, 6:113

Johns, Percy Malcolm, 5:188n

Johnson, Andrew, 2:409, 2:462, 3:73n

Johnson, Maj. Edwin Beaumont, 1:513n, 6:260n; letters to (1886–88), 6:259–60; mentioned, 1:511

Johnson, Henry Allen, 1:513n

Johnson, Samuel: allusions to, 5:432n, 6:79n; biographies of, 4:399, 4:400, 4:401, 4:404, 4:411, 4:415, 4:416n; MA compared to, 2:98n; mentioned, 5:195, 5:472; quoted, 5:277, 6:63; works: Lives of the Poets, 4:399, 4:400–401

Johnson’s Chief Lives (MA): advertisement of, 4:402; audience of, 4:412; distribution of, 4:415, 4:424, 4:427, 5:84; editions and reprints of, 5:251, 5:261, 5:280, 5:284, 5:437, 6:32, 6:136; focus of, 4:404; mentioned, 4:354n; payment for, 4:405, 4:437–38, 5:418, 5:427–28, 6:341, 6:342; preface of, 4:404; preparation of, 4:399–402; publication of, 4:421; as recommended reading, 6:342; reviews of, 4:428

John the Baptist, 4:154

John Wicliffe (ship), 1:72–73, 1:81, 1:159

Jones, Miss, 6:80

Jones, E. Lloyd: letters to (1881–85), 5:257; letters to (1886–88), 6:287

Jones, Edward Lloyd, 6:287n

Jones, Henry Arthur, 5:61n; letters to (1876–80), 5:60; letters to (1881–85), 4:240, 5:144–45, 5:237, 5:243, 5:432, 5:448, 5:472, 5:473, 5:475; letters to (1886–88), 6:133, 6:256–57, 6:258–59, 6:260; works: Hard Hit, 6:257n; The Noble Vagabond, 6:260; Saints and Sinners, 5:448n, 5:472, 5:473, 5:474–75. See also The Silver King (Jones)

Jones, Henry Bence, 2:301n; as Flu’s doctor, 2:303; letters to (1861–65), 2:473; letters to (1866–70), 3:358–59, 3:402, 3:456; letters to (1871–75), 4:56, 4:132; reputation of, 2:300; requests of, 2:468

Jones, Inigo, 4:64

Jones, Thomas, 3:371, 3:394, 4:106n

Joubert, Joseph, 1:lviii, 3:210, 4:395

“Joubert” (MA): on Catholic Church, 2:251; distribution of, 2:262, 2:264; as lecture, 2:251; payment for, 2:281; preparation for, 2:187, 2:242, 2:244–45; publication of, 1:345n, 2:245n, 2:256, 2:279, 2:332; references in, 2:181n; responses to, 2:260, 2:266, 2:268; writing of, 2:103, 2:104n, 2:241, 2:248, 2:252

Jouffroy, Théodore, 2:209, 2:210n

Jourdain, Charles, 1:440

Journal des débats, 6:89n

Journal des Instituteurs, 5:233

The Journalist, 6:24n

journals. See diaries; diary entries (MA)

Jowett, Benjamin (master of Balliol): acquaintances of, 1:205n, 4:261n; advice from, 4:191; on Bible, 2:184; Dick at Balliol and, 4:253, 4:263, 4:264–65; dinner for, 4:14, 4:16, 4:17; essays of, 2:63n; invitation from, 4:59; letters to (1871–75), 4:57–58, 4:122, 4:261; on list of academicians, 6:263n; liturgy of, 4:337; mentioned, 1:106, 2:172, 2:198, 3:125, 4:232, 4:354, 5:205, 5:448, 5:460, 6:328, 6:359; opposition to, 1:361n, 2:162–63, 2:290, 4:27n; 1848 Revolution and, 1:100n; students of, 1:127n, 1:128n, 3:128n; Tom’s career and, 4:304, 5:28, 5:31, 5:422–23; translation of, 4:287, 4:351

Joyce, William Henry, 3:140n; letters to (1866–70), 3:140, 3:143

Joyce’s Patent Fuel, 6:251

Judaism: influence on Christianity, 3:207; interest in, 3:185, 3:278, 3:279, 4:25; Paul and, 5:6

Judd, John Wesley, 4:54, 4:68

judicial circuit (Judge Wightman’s): cases of interest in, 1:150n, 2:81; Home circuit for, 2:3, 2:5; leisure time on, 2:65; lodgings and dining on, 2:106, 2:194, 2:252; MA’s work on, 2:126, 2:127, 2:196; North Wales circuit for, 1:314, 1:318, 1:319; Oxford circuit for, 1:340; schedules for, 2:149, 2:224, 2:226–27, 6:370; travel on, 2:85–86; wages from, 2:294; Wightman’s work on, 2:129–30; winter season of, 2:242

La Juive (Halévy), 6:98, 6:99n

June Days (1848), amnesty after, 1:492–93n

Junius, 3:13

Jupp, Jas, 5:279

La Justice (journal), 6:118n

Juvenal, 5:290n

Kagosima debate, 2:281

“Kaiser Dead” (MA): photograph of Kaiser and MA, 5:247; references in, 4:50n; responses to, 5:427n; text of, 5:246, 5:250n

Karl, Heinrich Friedrich (baron von und zum Stein), 2:439, 2:440n

Karslake, John Burgess, 4:135, 4:136n, 5:170

Kawker, Kathleen: letters from (1881–85), 5:423

Kaye, William Frederick John, 4:274n; letters to (1871–75), 4:273

Kay-Shuttleworth, James Phillips, 1:130n; confidences shared, 3:220; doctoral degree for, 3:422, 3:423; educational issues and, 3:106, 3:158, 3:219, 3:220n; on Hume-Rothery, 2:141; invitations from, 3:158, 3:161–62, 3:168; letters to (1861–65), 2:64, 2:121; letters to (1866–70), 3:219–20, 3:224; mentioned, 1:130, 2:7, 2:381, 2:394, 3:27, 3:78, 3:224, 3:260, 4:269; on “My Countrymen,” 3:9; reputation of, 2:221; Resolutions and, 1:336; Revised Code and, 2:98, 2:99–100, 2:125, 2:126, 2:127–28, 2:130, 2:131, 2:133, 2:136; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:409

Kay-Shuttleworth, James Ughtred, 3:219, 3:220n

Keatinge, Dr (unidentified), 5:340

Keats, Fanny (later, Llanos y Gutierrez), 4:434

Keats, John: acquaintances of, 1:509n; allusions to, 1:157n; biography and criticism of, 6:291–92; editors of, 4:207n, 4:434n; essay on, 5:82, 5:83, 5:84, 5:92, 5:94, 5:97; grave of, 2:426; Haydon on, 1:270; language of, 1:245; letters of, 1:xliv, 1:128; mentioned, 1:133; opinion of, 5:75; works of, 1:509. See also “John Keats” (MA)

Keble, John, 1:140n; acquaintances of, 1:67n; on Arnold’s marriage, 5:244; Coleridge on, 1:140n, 3:317; death of, 3:31; Essays in Criticism sent to, 2:393; mentioned, 1:139, 1:358, 1:363, 2:170; remembered, 3:48n, 6:67; Shairp on, 3:83, 3:287; Stanley on, 3:320

Keim, Theodor, 2:240, 2:241n

Keith-Falconer, Algernon Hawkins Thomond (Lord Kintore), 6:235, 6:236–37n

Kekewich, Arthur, 6:327–28, 6:329n

Kekewich, George William, 4:54n

Kekewich, Marianne Freshfield, 6:327–28, 6:329n

Kekewich, Trehawke: Birmingham lecture and, 4:54–55; birth of, 6:329n; letters to (1871–75), 4:53; mentioned, 1:190, 1:193n, 4:61n; school inspection schedules and, 4:288n; son mentioned, 2:198

Kelly, Arthur, 3:32, 3:33n

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

Kendal Bank, 3:11, 3:12, 3:39

Kenion, Edward, 2:52, 2:53n

Kennard, Coleridge John, 5:272, 5:273n

Kennedy, Benjamin Hall, 1:161, 1:165n

Kenny, Anthony, 1:xxxv–xxxvi, 1:xxxviii, 1:168n

Kensington Gardens, 1:151–52, 2:224

Kent, Charles, 1:324n

Kent, Deal Wesleyan School in, 1:322

Kent, William Charles Mark: letters to (1881–85), 5:192; MA’s portrait by, 4:94, 4:95

Kenward, James, 3:345n; letters to (1866–70), 3:344

Kergorlay, comte de (Jean Florian Hervé), 1:427, 1:428n, 1:442

Kettering, ordnance map of, 3:191

Khartoum, fall of, 6:12n

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

Kimberley, Lord (John Wodehouse), 3:301

Kinderley, Agnes Adela (later, Herschell), 6:316, 6:320

Kindt, Hermann: A French Eton for, 2:343; letters to (1861–65), 2:279–80, 2:285; letters to (1866–70), 3:47; mentioned, 2:281n; requests from, 2:282

King, Mr (unidentified), assistant of, 5:161

King, Mr (unidentified), bill from, 4:65

King, Mrs, 5:409

King, Ada Byron, 1:112n

King, Byron Noel, 1:112n

King, Clarence, 5:305, 5:380, 5:409

King, Ethel Gore-Browne, 6:338, 6:354

King, H. S., 2:475n

King, Hugh Fortescue Locke, 6:338, 6:339n, 6:354

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

King, Meade, 6:202, 6:345

King, Ralph Gordon Noel, 1:111, 1:112n

King, William Lyon Mackenzie, 1:xxxix–xl

Kinglake, Alexander William, 2:320, 2:320n, 3:115

King-Noel, Jane Crawford Jenkins (Lady Lovelace): family of, 5:188–89n; mentioned, 5:277, 6:235, 6:237n, 6:349; visit with, 4:302n, 4:308

King-Noel, Lionel Fortescue, 6:235, 6:237n

King-Noel, William (Lord Lovelace), 1:112n; mentioned, 5:131, 6:235, 6:237n, 6:349; son’s tutor and, 1:111; visit with, 4:302n, 4:308

Kingsley, Charles, 1:108n; acquaintances of, 1:277n, 5:319n; in America, 5:331; criticism of, 1:107; death of, 4:246n; family of, 1:168n, 6:218n, 6:360n; on “The Forsaken Merman,” 2:165, 2:166n; letters from (1866–70), 3:448–49, 3:450, 3:451; letters to (1866–70), 3:449; on MA’s poetry, 1:401–2, 1:403n; memorial for, 4:266, 4:267n; mentioned, 2:264; Müller on, 5:444, 5:445n; remembered, 4:261, 5:444; translations of, 2:56; writing of, 1:269–70, 1:296n

Kingsley, George Henry, 6:217–18

Kingsley, Henry, 6:218n

Kingsley, Mary (later, Harrison), 6:359, 6:360n

Kingsley, Rose Georgiana: letters to (1871–75), 4:246; letters to (1876–80), 5:96; letters to (1881–85), 5:282

Kinnaird, Lord Arthur Fitzgerald, 5:462, 5:463n

Kinnaird, Maria. See Drummond, Maria Kinnaird

Kinnaird Hall (Dundee), lecture at, 5:462, 5:465

Kintore, Lord (Algernon Hawkins Thomond Keith-Falconer), 6:235, 6:236–37n

Kintore, Lady (Sydney Charlotte Montagu), 6:235, 6:237n

Kip, William Fargo, 5:372, 5:373n

Kitchener, Eleanor Fanny Lushington (“Nelly”), 4:279

Kitchener, Col. Henry Elliott Chevallier, 4:279n

Kneller Hall Training School (later, Royal Military School of Music), 1:210n, 1:324, 1:325n

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

Knight, Mrs (unidentified), 6:217

Knight, Charles, 1:141, 1:142n

Knight, Joseph: letters to (1871–75), 4:38

Knight, William Angus, 4:285n; letters to (1871–75), 4:284–85; letters to (1876–80), 5:43–44; letters to (1881–85), 5:140, 5:209–10, 5:256, 5:263, 5:266–67, 5:270, 5:272, 5:274, 5:423, 5:451, 5:453; letters to (1886–88), 6:224, 6:298, 6:318; mentioned, 1:16–17n, 5:54; on Shairp, 6:223n; on Wordsworth, 5:43–44; Wordsworth Society and, 5:268

Knowles, Beatrice (later, Skilbeck), 6:247, 6:248n

Knowles, James Thomas, 3:342n; editorship of, 4:303, 5:219, 5:256, 5:445, 6:158, 6:228, 6:230–31, 6:233, 6:238, 6:244, 6:274, 6:323; letters to (1866–70), 3:342; letters to (1871–75), 4:197–98, 4:204, 4:213–14, 4:215, 4:217–18, 4:225–26, 4:227, 4:235, 4:240–41, 4:242, 4:243, 4:249–50, 4:256, 4:264, 4:271, 4:283, 4:299; letters to (1876–80), 4:301–2, 4:309–10, 4:316–17, 4:340, 4:342, 4:346, 4:357; letters to (1881–85), 5:239–40, 5:251; letters to (1886–88), 6:143; mentioned, 4:354, 4:385–86, 5:85, 5:94, 5:188, 5:231, 5:233, 5:414, 5:454–55, 5:478, 6:3, 6:4, 6:13, 6:214, 6:268, 6:363; on “The Nadir of Liberalism,” 6:142; portrait collection and, 6:14, 6:18. See also Contemporary Review; Nineteenth Century

Knox College (Ill.), 5:385n

Koelle, Carmela: letters to (1881–85), 5:255

Komaroff, Gen., 6:38

Königglichen Kronprinzlichen Herrshaften, 6:90, 6:91

Kossuth, Louis, 4:191n

Kotzebue, August von, 1:377, 1:378n

Krantz, Fritz, 4:5n

Kunst, Herman (penname of Walter Chalmers Smith), 4:208n

Kynaston, Herbert, 1:48n, 3:116, 3:117n

Kynynmound, Gilbert John (Lord Melgund), 5:398, 5:399n