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Laborde, Léon marquis de, 1:423n, 1:426, 1:427n

Labouchere, Henry (Lord Taunton), 2:361–66, 3:197n

Labouchere, Henry Du Pré, 3:197n; on aristocracies, 6:152; election of, 3:285; mentioned, 6:185; opinion of, 6:179; visits with, 3:196, 5:112

Laboulaye, Edouard René Lefebvre de, 1:426, 1:428n, 1:437

Lacaita, James Philip, 4:281n; on Fusco, 4:273, 4:281; letters to (1876–80), 4:334

Lacaussade, M., 3:178

Lacaussade, Auguste, 1:303n

Lacey, Camilla, 6:230

Lacon, Edmund Henry Knowles, 2:189

Lacordaire, Jean-Baptiste-Henri, 1:331n, 1:431, 1:447, 1:453–54n, 3:208–9

Lacroix, Paul, 4:425n

Lady Macbeth (play), 1:379

Laffitte’s bank (Paris), 1:215, 1:426

La France (ship), 2:463

Lakanal, Joseph, 2:49

Lake, Capt. Charles, 1:11n

Lake, Col. Edward John, 2:51, 2:52n

Lake, Howard, 1:10, 1:11n

Lake, William Charles, 1:52n; as Athenæum Club member, 3:121; character of, 1:161; as commission member, 1:418; deanery for, 3:359, 3:361–62; loan from, 3:368n; on Mary Arnold, 4:176–78; mentioned, 1:69, 1:296, 1:339, 1:413, 2:9, 2:35, 2:286, 2:326, 3:85, 3:87, 3:261, 3:375, 6:268; at Rugby, 1:11n; Rugby headmastership and, 1:161, 1:167, 1:169n; “rules” of, 1:49–50; sermons of, 3:395; on Stanley, 1:53n; travels of, 2:330

Laleham-on-Thames: Basil buried at, 3:212, 3:215–17, 3:236, 3:277, 3:361, 3:368; Budge buried at, 4:99–100, 4:101, 4:103; description of, 1:18, 1:20–21; incidents at, 1:51n; MA buried at, 6:364; MA’s love for, 1:xlvii; prize-task dinner at, 2:217, 2:218–19; school at, 2:190–91; Tom buried at, 3:295, 3:296, 3:297, 3:304, 3:361, 3:368; vault for Arnold boys at, 4:103; visits to, 1:79–80, 1:153, 1:194, 2:159, 3:454, 6:64

Lamartine, Alphonse de, 1:86n; circular of, 1:89, 1:90n; as head of government, 1:87, 1:88n; mentioned, 1:84, 2:210; pro forma reception of, 1:106n; prophecy of, 1:98

Lamb, Charles, 2:331n

Lambart, Mrs (unidentified), 1:205

Lambart, Anne Elizabeth Willes, 1:80n

Lambart, Caroline Augusta Littleton, 1:351n

Lambart, “Cousin,” 6:349

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

Lambart, Oliver William Matthew, 1:80, 1:80n, 1:350

Lambart, Percy Francis, 1:350, 1:351n

Lambart, Rodulph Augustus Arnold, 1:350, 1:351n

Lamennais, Hughes-Félicité-Robert de, 1:331n, 4:71, 4:445–46

Lamson, Elizabeth (later, Drummond), 6:127

Lancaster, Henry Hill, 2:312

Lancaster, Mrs (née Graham), 2:312, 2:313n

Lancasterian School (Manchester), 1:227

Land League, 5:173n

landlord-tenant issues, 2:397, 2:398n, 2:439, 3:87n, 3:88, 3:89–90, 6:15

Landois, Narcisse, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:429

Landon, James Timothy Bainbridge, 1:126, 1:127n

Landor, Walter Savage, 5:221, 5:222n, 6:297

Lang, Andrew: on MA, 6:72, 6:73n; mentioned, 6:71, 6:211, 6:286n; translations of, 5:9n, 5:11n

Langbridge, Frederick: letters to (1881–85), 5:189–90

Langdon, Miss, 6:167

Langelier, François Charles Stanislav, 5:399n

Langlet’s (Berlin restaurant), 6:87

Langtry, Lily, 5:361n, 5:363n

Lanjuinais, vicomte (Victor Ambroise), 1:449, 1:450n

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

Lansdowne, Lord (Henry Charles Petty-Fitzmaurice, earlier Lord Shelburne): American tour and, 5:398; on Goldwin Smith, 5:426; invitation from, 5:397; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:17; letters to (1861–65), 2:186; mentioned, 2:70, 2:200

Lansdowne, Lord (“Lanny,” son of William Petty): anecdote about, 1:75–76n; appointment and, 1:195, 1:198, 1:200; death of, 2:186n; illness of, 1:129–30; letters from, 1:417; MA as secretary to, 1:70n, 1:72n, 1:73, 1:212, 3:131–32; mentioned, 1:146, 1:179, 1:194, 1:456, 1:457, 2:149, 2:186, 4:276, 6:369, 6:370; Revised Code and, 2:128, 2:132, 2:138; speeches of, 1:88n

Lappenberg, J. M., 4:297

Laprade, Victor Richard de, 1:420, 1:426n

Larisch, Count, 2:461

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

Lascelles, Henrietta Frances Cavendish. See Chesham, Lady (Henrietta Frances Cavendish, née Lascelles)

Last Essays on Church and Religion (MA): “Bishop Butler and the Zeit-Geist” in, 4:284n; “The Church of England” in, 4:86n, 4:314n, 4:322n; “A Last Word on the Burials Bill” in, 4:333n; preface to, 4:354; “A Psychological Parallel” in, 4:338n; sales of, 4:418; title of, 4:392

“A Last Word about America” (MA), 6:135, 6:136

“A Last Word on the Burials Bill” (MA), 4:332, 4:333n, 4:334–35, 4:406

Last Words (MA): advertisements of, 2:149; distribution of, 2:133; as lecture, 2:79n; publication of, 2:131, 2:132n, 2:134n; reviews of, 2:135

Latham, Peter Mere, 1:346, 1:347n

Lathbury, Daniel Conner, 4:431, 4:432n. See also Economist; Saturday Review

Laud, William (archbishop of Canterbury), 2:13, 2:14n, 3:419, 3:420n

Lauder, Miss, 6:306–7

Lauder, George, Sr., 6:307n

Lauderdale House, 3:164

Laugel, Antoine Auguste, 2:188n, 2:214n, 3:51

Laugel, Beatrice Chapman, 2:188n, 3:51

laughter, meanings of, 1:61

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

Laurence, Mr (unidentified), 6:206

Laurence, Samuel, 2:266, 2:267n

Laurie, James Stuart, 1:336n; house lent by, 4:192; mentioned, 2:234, 2:244, 2:283, 3:121, 3:182, 3:460, 5:312; opinion of, 1:335–36, 5:220; as school inspector, 1:417; travels of, 3:309

Laurier House (Ottawa, Canada), 1:xxxix–xl

La Villemarqué, Théodore de, 1:265n, 3:180, 3:247, 3:248

Lawley, Beilby Richard, 1:513n

Lawley, Francis Charles, 1:167–68n; character of, 1:167; on Coleridge, 6:32; letters to (1876–80), 4:437, 5:81; mentioned, 1:513n, 3:20, 4:386, 6:37; move to Australia, 1:288, 1:289, 1:291; opinion of, 5:81

Lawley, Jane (later, Stuart-Wortley), 1:513n

Lawley, Stephen Willoughby, 1:167n, 1:511, 1:513n

Lawrence family, 6:228

Lawrence, Lady (wife of Henry Lawrence), 1:267n

Lawrence, Lady (Bessie Matthew), 6:217, 6:218n

Lawrence, Catherine Wiggin, 6:41, 6:73

Lawrence, Charles Napier, 6:41n, 6:73, 6:265, 6:325

Lawrence, Henry, 1:267n, 2:52n

Lawrence, John, 1:320n, 2:52n

Lawrence, Lord John Laird Mair, 3:350, 3:350n, 4:141

Lawrence, Thomas, 1:360n

Lawrence, Trevor, 6:217, 6:218n, 6:225n, 6:229–30, 6:232

Lawrenny, H. See Simcox, Edith Jemima (pseud., H. Lawrenny)

Lawrenson, Gen. John, 4:52, 4:53n

Lawson, G. H., 5:188n

Layard, Lady, 6:26

Layard, Austen Henry, 5:161, 5:162, 5:162n, 5:164, 6:25–26

Layton, Mr (unidentified), 4:233

Lazarus, Emma, 5:408, 6:242, 6:243n, 6:316, 6:320, 6:325, 6:326n

Leach, Henry, 1:6, 1:7n

Leader: contributors to, 4:165n; on Merope, 1:370, 1:379, 1:381; on Poems (1853), 1:283

Leaf family: Christmas card from, 5:369; dance of, 6:112; gifts for/from, 5:307, 6:241, 6:251; mentioned, 4:313, 4:373, 6:14, 6:26, 6:208, 6:211, 6:220, 6:244, 6:255, 6:324, 6:327, 6:328, 6:332; nurse of, 6:228; visits with, 5:474, 5:476, 6:142, 6:358

Leaf, Charles John, 3:344n; gifts from, 5:466; health/illnesses of, 4:204, 4:206, 4:208, 6:241, 6:338; home rented from, 4:161n, 6:266; invitation from, 3:460–61, 4:59, 4:90; letters to (1881–85), 5:347–48, 6:100; mentioned, 3:353, 3:357, 4:3–4, 4:57, 4:97, 4:221, 4:349; trees obtained by, 6:19. See also Folkestone (Leaf family’s)

Leaf, Ellen Tyre: Budge’s death and, 4:102; family of, 3:344n; Herbert’s engagement and, 6:252, 6:255; invitation from, 3:460–61; mentioned, 3:353, 3:357, 4:57, 4:90, 4:97, 4:151, 4:221, 6:228; outings with, 3:343

Leaf, Herbert, 4:272, 6:252, 6:255, 6:338

Leaf, Sons and Co., 3:344n

Leaf, Walter: education of, 4:185n; family of, 3:344n; letters to (1871–75), 4:184; mentioned, 5:250, 5:347, 5:348, 6:29, 6:100, 6:210–11, 6:252; travels of, 3:408n

Leah (drama), 2:296, 2:299

Leake, William Martin, 1:367n; as influence, 1:372; letters to (1856–60), 1:367; on Merope, 1:370

Leamington, lecture in, 4:62, 4:63, 4:65, 4:67, 4:69

Lear, Henrietta Louisa Farrer: letters to (1881–85), 5:178–79, 5:181

Learmonth family, 2:50, 6:242

Learmonth, John, 2:51n

Learmonth, Col. John, 2:51n, 6:278

Leatham, Edward Aldam, 4:270, 4:271n

Lecky, M. (unidentified), 4:425

Lecky, William Edward Hartpole, 5:13n; letters to (1881–85), 5:133–34, 5:144; mentioned, 5:12

Lecomte, Jean, 1:428n

lectures: American audience for (general), 5:383, 5:388; elocution and, 1:lii, 5:321; exhaustion from, 5:319, 5:320; payment for, 5:314, 5:317–18, 5:326n, 5:348, 5:359, 5:370, 5:371–72, 5:383, 5:385, 5:402, 5:410, 5:413, 6:158n, 6:164, 6:293, 6:321; style of delivery, 5:322n, 5:324, 5:329n, 5:332, 5:367, 6:157–58n, 6:344, 6:349. See also American tour (1883–84); Crewian Orations; Oxford lectures (MA’s); Rede lecture; specific titles and places

Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre Auguste, 1:92, 1:94n

Lee, James Prince, 1:9, 1:10n, 2:469

Lee, Richard, 6:337

Lee, Gen. Robert E., 5:362, 6:160

Leech, Misses A. and R.: party of, 2:172; school of, 2:138, 2:140, 2:168, 2:179, 2:189, 2:205, 2:234

Leech, John, 2:138n

Leeds, lecture and visit at, 5:456, 5:457, 5:459, 5:461, 5:466

Leemans, M. , 1:458

Lefevre. See Shaw-Lefevre, John George

Legge, Augustus, 4:269

Legouvé, G.J.B.E.W., 1:378n

Leguinquis (inspector), 1:443

Lehmann, Lilli, 6:164

Leicester school, 1:235

Leigh, Mrs (pseud. of Katherine Harris Bradley and Edith Emma Cooper): letters to (1881–85), 5:149

Leighlin, archdeacon of (Henry Scott Stopford), 3:394, 3:395n

Leighton, Frederic, 3:330n; letters to (1876–80), 4:435, 5:90–91; letters to (1881–85), 5:143; mentioned, 4:366n, 5:150; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:38; visit with, 3:329, 3:330

Leighton, William: letters to (1876–80), 5:126

Leiter, Levi Zeigler, 5:365n

Leiter, Mary Theresa Carver, 5:364, 5:365n

Leith, George Hector, 1:290

LeMoine, James MacPherson, 5:399n

Lennox, Col. Arthur, 3:123n

Lennox, Ethel, 3:123

Lenoir, Helen, 5:292n; letters from (1881–85), 5:428; mentioned, 5:291, 5:308, 5:311, 5:371

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

Leonard, Chilson, 5:323n, 5:332

Leonard, John W., 6:321n

Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper, 1:218

Leopardi, Giacomo, 5:179

Leopold (prince, duke of Albany), 5:272, 5:273n, 5:415, 5:429, 5:458, 6:348n

Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 5:68

Lethbridge, Roper: letters to (1871–75), 4:174

letters (general): censorship of, 1:xxv–xxx, 1:l, 1:171n; checklist on, 1:xv–xvii; collections of, 1:xxxvii–xliii; dating of, 1:323n; editorial principles and, 1:lxi; family, 1:xxx–xxxix; forwarding during travels, 4:145–46; lost, 1:xxiv–xxv; Lowry’s edition of, 1:xxi–xxiv; misreadings vs. misprints of, 1:xxii–xxiv; overview of, 1:xliii–lvi; Russell’s edition of, 1:xvii–xxi, 1:xxv–xxx. See also letter writing

Letters, Speeches, and Tracts on Irish Affairs by Edmund Burke (MA): distribution of, 5:151–53, 5:169; mentioned, 5:144n; responses to, 5:155, 5:171

Letters of Matthew Arnold (Russell), 1:xvii–xxi, 1:xxv–xxx

letters to the editor: in British Quarterly Review (Tom Arnold), 4:33; causes appropriate for, 3:206; in Dublin University Magazine, 4:382; in Pall Mall Gazette, 2:480, 2:481, 2:482–83, 2:484, 3:439–43, 6:113–14; in Times (Froude), 6:238; in Times (MA), 1:503–6, 1:518, 3:134–35, 4:259, 6:150–52, 6:156, 6:175–79, 6:192, 6:300, 6:310; in Times (R. B. Smith), 6:104; in Times (Tom Arnold), 3:5; in Times (Walford), 1:37

letter writing: attitudes toward, 1:xliii–xliv, 4:58–59; during examinations, 2:157; as journal-keeping, 6:85; responding to condolences in, 3:300–301, 4:102; schedules for, 1:58–59, 1:188–89, 1:246, 1:250, 2:42, 2:95, 2:122, 2:158–59, 2:400–401, 3:95, 4:176, 4:424, 5:321, 6:3, 6:82, 6:315; speed of, 1:53–54; spontaneity of, 1:253; as talking on paper, 5:272; time and distance in, 1:211. See also reading

“Lettres et Opuscules inédits du Comte Joseph de Maistre” (MA): proofs of, 5:58; publication of, 5:38n; writing of, 5:37, 5:41, 5:48, 5:52, 5:56

Lever, Charles James, 4:36, 4:36n, 4:37

Leverson, Sarah Rachel, 3:288n

Leveson, Lord, 2:159

Leveson-Gower family, mentioned, 6:89. See also Granville, Lord (Granville George Leveson-Gower)

Levich, Miss (unidentified), 2:445

Levinge, Richard George Augustus, 5:250

Levy-Lawson, Edward, 3:186, 3:188n

Lewes, George Henry, 1:283n; Huxley’s debate with, 3:192; mentioned, 2:214; on Merope, 1:370, 1:371n; reading of, 1:327; staff of, 4:165n; works: Ranthorpe, 6:3

Lewes, judicial work in, 2:5

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

Lewis, Judge, 6:163

Lewis, Mrs, 5:267

Lewis, Arthur James, 3:331n

Lewis, George Cornewall, 1:192, 1:194n, 1:268

Leyden, Charlotte von. See Blennerhasset, Lady (Charlotte von Leyden)

Liberals: causes of, 6:182; 1880 elections and, 5:85–86; reconstruction after defeat, 4:194–95; reorganized, 4:364n; success defined by, 6:113. See also specific individuals

Liberty Bell (annual), 1:334–35

librarianship (House of Commons), 3:131–32, 3:133, 3:135–36, 3:138

libraries: country vs. city, 4:93; parish, suggested, 3:417; public, 2:305, 3:6, 3:152, 3:397

Lichfield, bishop of (John Lonsdale), 2:159, 2:160n, 2:394n, 4:72

Liddell, Lorina Reeve, 2:336n, 3:151, 3:152n

Liddell, Adolphus George Charles, 5:448, 5:449n

Liddell, Alice, 2:336n

Liddell, Hon. Georgiana, 2:458n

Liddell, Henry George, 2:335, 2:336n, 3:152n

Liddell, Henry Thomas (Lord Ravensworth), 2:252–53, 2:253n, 2:458n

Liddon, Henry Parry, 4:27

Liddonism (high churchism), use of term, 4:143

Life of Gray (Gosse), dedicated to MA, 5:434, 5:435

Light (journal), 4:429–30

Lightfoot, John Prideaux, 1:405n

Lilly, Walter Samuel, 5:204, 5:205n

Lincoln, Abraham, 2:409, 6:215

Lincoln’s Inn, Grand Day dinner at, 6:319

Lind, Jenny, 1:53n, 1:97, 1:109, 1:111n, 2:187

Lindau, Rudolf, 6:89

Lingen, Emma Hutton: letters to (1886–88), 6:143; mentioned, 1:263, 1:265n, 3:119, 3:151, 6:22; visits with, 3:374, 3:375, 3:379

Lingen, Ralph Robert Wheeler, 1:118n; advice from, 3:243, 5:290; appointment for, 3:392, 3:393; on Clough’s death, 2:102; confidences shared, 3:220; on Crewian Oration, 2:149; districts set by, 3:26–27; Edward’s article and, 3:92–93, 3:97; on England and the Italian Question, 1:481; inspector dismissed by, 2:296; inspectorships and, 1:179, 3:171n; investigative committee and, 2:310, 2:321; letters from (1866–70), 3:32, 3:92–93; letters to (1856–60), 1:417, 2:1, 2:20; letters to (1861–65), 2:62, 2:151, 2:318, 2:319–20; letters to (1866–70), 3:80–81; marriage of, 1:265n; MA’s letter endorsed by, 3:81–82; mentioned, 1:lv, 1:117, 1:187, 1:190, 1:192, 1:195, 1:199, 1:206, 1:234, 1:332, 2:12, 2:124, 2:147, 2:205, 2:342, 3:38, 3:119, 3:151, 3:309, 3:460, 4:68, 4:386, 5:33, 5:274, 6:22, 6:228; on “My Countrymen,” 3:9, 3:11; Newcastle Commission and, 1:413, 1:414, 1:416; opinion of, 1:273, 2:221, 2:298, 3:219; pension issues and, 4:312, 4:317; Revised Code and, 2:127–28, 2:136; on “Sohrab and Rustum,” 1:280–81; successor to, 3:394, 3:397, 3:401; Taunton Commission and, 2:361, 2:395, 2:398, 2:400, 2:461; travels of, 1:399–400; visits with, 3:374, 3:375, 3:379

Linnaeus, Carolus, 6:191

Lintott, A.: letters to (1876–80), 4:349

Lintott and Scott (dentists), 1:191, 1:194n

Lippincott’s Magazine, 5:66

Liptzin, Sol, 2:223n

Lister family, 2:137, 2:138n, 2:205, 2:224

Lister, Harriet (later, Cradock), 5:65n

Lister, Isabel Mary (later, Warburton), 4:312n

Lister, Maria Theresa (later, Harcourt), 1:512n

Lister, Nancy: letters to (1871–75), 4:268

Liszt, Franz, 4:336n, 6:86n

Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 5:419

Literary and Scientific Association (Harrow), 4:61

Literary Budget, 2:149

Literary Club (Chicago), 5:380–81

Literary Club (London): admission to, 3:321; dinners of, 3:338, 3:390, 3:457, 4:59, 4:219, 4:265; members of, 3:308, 3:309n; mentioned, 3:375, 4:56, 4:365; resignation from, 4:219n, 4:345

literary criticism (general): books chosen for, 3:463; characteristics needed in, 2:229–30; choice of excerpts in, 3:176–78; as clue to public taste, 1:385; function of, 2:283n, 2:319, 4:55; response to, 2:86, 4:115. See also specific titles, reviews of

Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, 1:144, 1:145n

“The Literary Influence of Academies” (MA): distribution of, 2:320, 2:339; on French academy, 3:178n; mentioned, 2:115n; plans for, 2:165, 2:187, 2:245, 2:308–9; publication of, 2:166n, 2:309n, 2:332; references in, 2:312, 2:319, 2:320n, 2:415n; revision of, 2:319, 2:320; writing of, 2:122

Literary (magazine), 3:28n

Literary World, 5:148, 5:205, 5:359n

literature: declining influence of, 5:454; putting one’s heart into, 5:403–4; science juxtaposed to, 5:145–46, 5:146–47n, 5:195; in universities, 6:213, 6:215–16, 6:245–46. See also poetry; prose

Literature and Dogma (MA): advertisement of, 4:146, 4:287; appearance of, 4:276; definition from, 4:173n; distribution of, 3:350n, 4:143, 4:184, 4:205n, 4:212, 4:251, 4:301n, 4:360, 6:62; editions and reprints of, 4:148n, 4:149, 4:150, 4:167, 4:168n, 4:186, 4:187, 4:199, 4:202, 4:206, 4:288–89, 4:331, 5:120, 5:203, 5:275, 5:279–80, 5:305, 5:429n, 5:454; mentioned, 4:241n, 4:262, 4:327, 5:233, 6:286; points made in, 4:199, 4:221, 4:227, 4:257, 4:322; proofs of, 4:140, 4:147; publication of, 4:36n, 4:41n, 4:56n, 4:232; references in, 2:267n, 3:381n, 4:119n, 4:146, 4:147n; responses to, 4:56, 4:162, 4:218, 4:399–400, 4:421, 5:211, 5:339, 5:391, 6:142; reviews of, 4:146, 4:149, 4:150, 4:157, 4:174, 4:176; sales of, 4:157, 4:291, 4:295; translation of, 4:200, 4:218, 4:298, 4:332, 4:334, 4:335n, 4:337; writing of, 3:185n, 4:49, 4:129, 5:385n. See also God and the Bible (MA)

“Literature and Science” (MA): as American lecture, 5:302, 5:305, 5:332, 5:337, 5:338, 5:347, 5:356, 5:377, 5:379n, 5:384n, 5:385n, 5:395n, 5:399n, 5:403n, 5:412; delivered in England and Scotland, 5:202–3, 5:212, 5:219, 5:452, 5:453, 5:457, 5:459, 5:465, 5:466; publication of, 5:203n, 5:220, 6:4, 6:18, 6:21; references in, 5:117n; responses to, 5:223

Littledale, Richard Frederick, 4:313, 4:314n

Littleton, Caroline Augusta (later, Lambart), 1:351n

“A Liverpool Address” (MA), 5:230–31, 5:231n, 5:234

Liverpool College, 6:326, 6:328

Liverpool Mercury, 5:231

Liverpool University College, 5:193n

Llanos y Gutierrez, Fanny Keats, 4:434

Llanos y Gutierrez, Valentin Maria, 4:434n

Llanover, Lady (née Waddington), 3:353, 3:354n

Llanover, Augusta Charlotte Elizabeth (later, Herbert), 3:353, 3:354n

Lloyd, Miss, 5:130

Lloyd, John H.: letters to (1881–85), 6:55

Lloyd, Julius: letters to (1871–75), 4:212

Lochner family, 2:54

Locke, John, 1:176–77, 2:185

Locker family, 6:17

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

Locker, Eleanor (later, Tennyson), 2:164n, 4:396

Locker-Lampson, Frederick, 2:164n; book purchased by, 3:332; letters to (1861–65), 2:163–64, 2:369, 2:378, 2:393; letters to (1866–70), 3:175–76, 3:335; letters to (1871–75), 4:205, 4:209; letters to (1876–80), 4:320, 5:34, 5:57–58; marriage of, 4:205, 4:209; mentioned, 2:371, 3:183n, 3:191; on Mortimer Collins, 3:156–57n

Locker-Lampson, Hannah Jane: letters to (1881–85), 5:271; marriage of, 2:164n, 4:205, 4:209

Lockhart, John Gibson: editorship of, 1:261, 1:262n; mentioned, 1:259, 5:141; translations of, 2:68, 2:69; writings of, 1:153, 1:188n

Lockyer, Norman, 6:231n; letters to (1886–88), 6:266; mentioned, 6:230

London: Borough Road school in, 1:323, 1:325, 1:326; 1887 demonstrations in, 6:313n, 6:320, 6:321n; Highgate school inspection in, 4:350; princess’s reception in, 2:195n, 2:197, 2:198; rioting in, 2:154n, 3:59–60n, 3:198, 4:60n; Soho streets and school enlargement in, 5:159, 5:217; spring in, 2:127, 2:137. See also Chester Square house; specific clubs and theaters

London, bishop of. See Jackson, John (bishop of London); Tait, Archibald Campell (bishop of London, later Canterbury)

Londonderry, Lord (Charles Stewart Vane-Tempest-Stewart), 6:185, 6:187n

London Institution, 3:336n

London Review: on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:162; editor of, 3:414n; Essays in Criticism sent to, 2:380; on A Manual of English Literature (T. Arnold), 2:166–67, 2:168; MA on ordnance maps in, 2:150n, 2:165, 2:168; MA on Spinoza in, 2:174–75; mentioned, 3:250; “Mr Walter and the Schoolmasters’ Certificates” in, 2:202n; on “My Countrymen,” 3:13; on Spinoza, 2:184, 2:185n; on On Translating Homer, 2:63

London School Board: members of, 4:141n, 4:269n, 5:204n, 5:212n, 5:259n, 5:469n, 6:28n, 6:264n; report of, 4:114; salaries of, 5:60; school buildings and, 4:384

London University, 2:63–64n, 4:321

Long, George, 1:263, 1:265n, 2:228n, 2:250

Longfellow, Alice Mary, 5:370, 5:371n

Longfellow, Anne Allegra, 5:370, 5:371n

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 3:261n; acquaintances of, 2:469n; hexameters of, 2:136; letters to (1866–70), 3:262–63; meeting with, 3:266; mentioned, 3:261, 3:264, 5:58; on Paris, 1:421n

Long Island (N.Y.) Historical Society, 5:319, 5:330n, 5:371n

Longley, Charles Thomas (archbishop of Canterbury), 2:159, 2:160n, 3:30–31, 3:38–39

Longley, Henry, 4:244, 4:245n

Longman, Thomas, 1:272–73n; letters to (1850–54), 1:272, 1:274–75

Longman, William, 1:500

Longman & Co. (publishers): England and the Italian Question published by, 1:483; lectures published by, 2:37n; A Manual of English Literature (T. Arnold Jr) published by, 2:98, 2:99n; mentioned, 3:141, 3:318, 4:35, 4:251; payment to, 2:170; Poems, Second Series sold by, 2:131–32; The Popular Education of France published by, 2:42, 2:46, 2:48, 2:80, 3:200, 4:64, 4:363, 5:181; Sermons (T. Arnold Sr) published by, 4:390, 4:391n

Longman and Strongitharm’s (jewelers), 2:372, 2:373n

Longnon, Auguste, 5:31

Longworth, Maria (later, Nichols), 5:392, 5:394

Longworth, Nicholas, 5:392, 5:394

Lonsdale, Lord, 6:214

Lonsdale, John (bishop of Lichfield), 2:159, 2:160n, 2:394n, 4:72

Lonsdale, John Gylby, 2:394

Lopes, Henry Charles, 6:327, 6:329n

Lorain, Paul, 1:462–63

Lords, sporting events at, 3:268–69, 3:350, 3:354, 4:43

“The Lord’s Messengers” (“Men of Genius,” MA), 1:513n, 2:10n

Loring (Forster’s secretary), 6:138

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

Lothrop, Daniel: letters to (1881–85), 5:435

Lott, William Buckland, 3:91

Loughborough Literary and Scientific Society, 5:458n, 5:459

Louis XIV (king of France), 1:30

Louis XV (king of France), 3:124

Louis XVI (king of France), 1:30

Louise (princess, daughter of Victoria), 3:391n, 3:392, 4:365

Louis Napoléon. See Napoleon III (Louis Napoléon)

Louis Philippe (king of France): abdication of, 1:82n, 1:83–84, 1:85n; article on, 1:91, 1:92n, 1:93; family of, 3:396n; marriages and, 1:96n; Paris visit and, 1:30

Louis Philippe Albert d’Orleans (count of Paris), 1:84–85, 1:86n

Louis (prince), 3:350n, 4:159

Lourdes, “White Lady of ,” 1:491n

Louvre (Paris), 1:31, 1:214, 1:215, 1:436, 1:457

Lovebond, Mr, 3:91

Lovelace, Lady. See King-Noel, Jane Crawford Jenkins (Lady Lovelace)

Lovelace, Lord. See King-Noel, William (Lord Lovelace)

Lowe, Hudson, 1:149n

Lowe, Robert (later, Lord Sherbrooke), 1:486n; Council vacancy and, 3:394; defeat of, 2:290, 2:291, 2:292; exoneration of, 2:311n, 2:321; on Forster, 6:145; Geological Society and, 3:233; inspector dismissed by, 2:296, 6:276; inspectors criticized by, 2:122, 2:123–24; inspectors’ reports and, 2:217, 2:218, 2:221, 2:300n; investigative committee and, 2:396; Irish university question and, 5:32, 5:40, 5:41; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:16n, 4:17; mentioned, 1:486, 2:182, 3:266, 5:135, 6:17; opinion of, 3:78; opposition to, 3:261; on Reform, 2:416; resignation of, 2:298, 2:299; Revised Code and, 2:126–27, 2:130, 2:134, 2:136, 2:138; St Paul and Protestantism given to, 3:423, 3:424; secretary of, 2:16n; speeches of, 3:119, 3:129; travels of, 3:63–64; visit with, 3:377

Lowell, Mrs, 5:216, 5:288

Lowell, Frances Dunlop, 6:14n

Lowell, James Russell: advice from, 5:298–99, 5:302, 5:307; letters (general), 1:xli; letters from (1881–85), 5:147, 5:212; letters to (1881–85), 5:146, 5:151, 5:206–7, 5:216, 5:223–24, 5:288, 5:302–3, 6:14; on MA’s toast, 5:146–47n; mentioned, 5:54, 5:55, 5:143, 5:160, 5:161, 5:314, 6:329, 6:360; second wife’s death and, 6:14; speeches of, 5:454, 6:238; Tait memorial and, 5:244; Wordsworth Society and, 5:423, 5:424n

Löwenstein (prince), 1:72n

Lowley, Capt., 6:200

Lowry, Howard Foster, 1:xx, 1:xxi–xxv, 1:xxxv

Lowther, Capt. Francis, 5:80n

Loye, Charles Auguste, 2:113n, 3:240n

Loyson, M. , 5:159

Lubbock, Alice Pitt-Rivers, 3:120n

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

Lubbock, John, 3:120n; on list of academicians, 6:263n; mentioned, 2:347, 3:119, 4:76; reading lists of, 6:113–14; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:363, 4:364n; visits with, 5:242; writings of, 4:89

Lubbock’s holiday, 6:244

Lucan, 1:95, 1:96n, 2:39n

Lucas, Mr (unidentified), 2:293, 2:294, 2:298

Lucas, Henry: letters to (1876–80), 5:7

Lucas, Samuel, 1:510, 2:82, 2:83n

Lucas, William Henry, 1:70n; letters to (1846–50), 1:70; letters to (1856–60), 1:354

Luce, Stephen Bleeker, 5:328n

Lucia di Lammermoor (opera), 2:463

Lucien (d’Ablancourt), 1:xl

Luck, Louisa, 5:279

Lucretius, 2:229–30, 3:20, 5:219

Lucullus, 4:148

Ludlow, J. M., 2:190n

Ludlow, John Malcolm Forbes, 1:276–77, 1:401n

Ludwig of Bavaria, 1:103n

Luff, Mrs, 1:15

Luff, Edward (servant), 3:87, 3:88n, 3:94

Luini, Bernardino, 2:434

Lushington family, 5:67, 6:64–65, 6:277

Lushington, Mrs, 6:10, 6:35

Lushington, Edmund, 1:127n

Lushington, Edward, 4:427

Lushington, Edward Harbord, 5:92n; letters to (1876–80), 5:91

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

Lushington, Franklin, 3:375, 3:375n, 4:279n, 6:313

Lushington, Geraldine Beatrice (later, Coleridge), 5:118, 6:266

Lushington, Henry, 4:279n

Lushington, Jane Mowatt, 5:239

Lushington, Stephen, 4:427n, 5:239n

Lushington, Susan, 6:235, 6:236n

Lushington, Vernon, 5:239, 6:277, 6:278n, 6:325

Lusitania (ship), 4:440–41, 5:5, 5:7

Luther, Martin, 2:451, 4:67n, 5:234, 5:328

Lutheranism, 6:98

Lutteroth, Madame, 1:429, 1:436, 1:437

Lutteroth, Henri, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:429

Lutwidge family, 1:184

Lutwidge, Capt. H. P., 1:187n

Luzzati, Giacomo, 3:427

Lyall, Rev. A., 6:223n

Lyall, Barbara (later, Webb), 6:222, 6:223n, 6:320, 6:321n

Lyall, Mary Sybilla. See Holland, Mary Sybilla Lyall

Lyceum: mentioned, 5:67, 5:272, 5:273; performances at, 2:179, 5:188n, 5:275; Shakespeare’s plays at, 4:266n; Tennyson’s work at, 4:320n

Lyndhurst, Lady (Georgiana Susan Goldsmith Copley): letters to (1881–85), 5:259; letters to (1886–88), 6:276; mentioned, 2:182, 2:183n

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

Lyon (unidentified), 6:337

Lyon, John, 3:280

Lyons, Lord Richard Bickerton Pemell, 2:385, 6:120, 6:122, 6:132

The Lyons Mail (Reade and Taylor), 5:276

Lyttelton, Alfred, 6:14n, 6:147, 6:149n

Lyttelton, Lord George William, 2:363, 2:364, 2:366, 4:213, 4:214n

Lyttelton, Laura Tennant, 6:13, 6:14n, 6:147, 6:149n, 6:271

Lytton, Edith Villiers, 3:134n

Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer (1803–73): on Culture and Anarchy, 3:316; home of, 1:li; invitation from, 3:337, 3:339; letters from (1866–70), 3:48, 3:51, 3:319; letters to (1866–70), 3:184, 3:213–14, 3:234, 3:317, 3:337, 3:427; letters to (1871–75), 4:117; in Literary Club, 3:308, 3:338; on MA’s writing, 3:220; mentioned, 1:378n, 3:124, 3:186–87, 3:325, 5:5n, 5:132, 6:360; visits with, 3:340–41, 6:265; writings of, 3:234n, 3:317, 3:427n, 5:377n, 6:13, 6:14n

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer (pseud. Owen Meredith), 3:124n; letters to (1876–80), 5:76–77; mentioned, 3:123–24, 3:133, 3:176; Poems of Wordsworth sent to, 5:76, 5:77; quatrain of, 3:128n