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Mabie, Hamilton Wright: letters to (1881–85), 5:400

MacAll, Samuel, 3:424n

Macaulay family, 6:228

Macaulay, George Campbell, 4:337, 6:211–12n, 6:305, 6:309

Macaulay, Grace Mary Conybeare, 6:210, 6:212n

Macaulay, Thomas Babington: biography of, 4:428; death of, 1:520; mentioned, 1:196, 4:318, 4:335, 6:210, 6:220; opinion of, 3:380; reading of, 1:327, 3:234; works: History of England, 2:65, 2:66n; “Life of Johnson,” 4:399, 4:400, 4:401, 4:404, 4:411

Macbean (unidentified), 1:221

Macbean, Frederick, 1:222n

MacColl, Malcolm, 1:li, 4:313, 4:314n, 6:349

MacColl, Norman, 4:249n; letters to (1871–75), 4:249; letters to (1876–80), 5:16; letters to (1881–85), 5:204

Macdonald, Agnes (later, Poynter), 6:319, 6:321n

MacDonald, George, 3:242n; epigram translations and, 5:196n; letters to (1866–70), 3:242; letters to (1871–75), 4:113

MacDonald, Mrs George, 4:113

Macdonald, Somerled James Brudnell, 3:69n

Macgregor, John (aka Rob Roy): letters to (1871–75), 4:268–69

MacGregor, Maj. Robert Guthrie: letters to (1861–65), 2:350

Mack (Gen.), 1:78, 1:79n

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

Mackarness, Frederick Michael Coleridge, 5:55n

Mackarness, John Fielder (bishop of Oxford), 1:52n, 3:360n; family of, 3:438; marriage of, 3:437n; mentioned, 1:49, 1:56, 3:360, 4:14, 4:277, 5:55; views of, 4:13

Mackarness, Mary Alethea (later, Coleridge), 3:436n

MacKay, Alexander, 5:452n; letters to (1881–85), 5:437, 5:452, 5:465

Mackay, Eneas (Baron Mackay d’Omphemert), 3:262, 3:263n

Mackay, Fanny. See Reay, Lady (Fanny Georgiana Jane Hasler Mitchell Mackay)

Mackay, John William, 6:154, 6:155n

Mackenzie, Edward Montagu Stuart Granville Montagu Stuart Wortley (Lord Wharncliff), 6:25, 6:26n

Mackenzie, James Thompson, 4:368n, 4:370

Mackie, Mr (unidentified), 6:194

Mackonochie, Alexander, 3:84n

Maclehose, James: letters to (1871–75), 4:208

Macleod, Mary, 3:228

Macleod, Norman, 3:277, 4:318, 4:355

MacMahon, Marie Edmé Patrice de, 4:171, 4:172n, 5:7n

Macmillan, Mrs, 3:78

Macmillan, Alexander, 1:366n; books from, 3:418, 3:420; dinner parties of, 3:407; on “Emerson” lecture, 5:409n; Fusco’s remains and, 4:282, 4:283; introduction for, 3:164–65; letters to (1856–60), 1:365–66; letters to (1861–65), 2:253, 2:269, 2:274–75, 2:283–84, 2:303–4, 2:307, 2:313–14, 2:319, 2:326–27, 2:331–33, 2:342–43, 2:351–52, 2:377–78, 2:380, 2:387, 2:408; letters to (1866–70), 3:12, 3:25–26, 3:39, 3:77–78, 3:122, 3:123–24, 3:142, 3:143, 3:194, 3:204, 3:212, 3:238, 3:249–51, 3:254, 3:318–19, 3:322–23, 3:332, 3:334, 3:339, 3:342, 3:408–9, 3:427; letters to (1871–75), 4:83–84, 4:116–17, 4:147–48, 4:251–53, 4:272–73, 4:276, 4:278, 4:282, 4:297–98; letters to (1876–80), 4:328–29, 4:353–54, 4:360, 4:361, 4:366–68, 4:369, 4:371–72, 4:400–401, 4:404, 4:410, 4:419, 4:421, 4:427, 4:432, 4:433, 5:9, 5:10–11, 5:14, 5:17, 5:22–24, 5:28, 5:30–31, 5:40–41, 5:97–98, 5:114, 5:122, 5:125–26; letters to (1881–85), 5:168–69, 5:177, 5:208, 5:251, 5:371–72, 5:418–19, 5:445; mentioned, 2:282, 2:310, 2:470, 3:14, 3:122, 3:127, 3:266, 4:171, 4:228, 5:272, 5:454, 6:294; on Poems, 3:347; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 4:435; proposals of, 3:106; requests of, 3:214; Thomas’s writing and, 3:141; visits with, 4:289–90. See also Macmillan (publisher); Macmillan’s Magazine

Macmillan, Daniel, 1:366n

Macmillan, Frederick Orridge: American tour and, 5:298, 5:299, 5:300, 5:370; letters to (1876–80), 4:393, 4:427, 5:117; letters to (1881–85), 5:275; wife of, 5:445

Macmillan, George Augustin, 4:322n; letters from (1876–80), 5:28n; letters to (1876–80), 4:322; letters to (1886–88), 6:225

Macmillan, Malcolm Kingsley, 4:404, 4:405n

Macmillan Archive (British Library), 1:xl

Macmillan (publisher): American editions of, 4:331; A Bible-reading for Schools published by, 4:83–84, 4:121; books listed by, 3:204–5n; Clough’s writings and, 2:120; The English Poets (Ward, ed.) published by, 5:92; Essays in Criticism published by, 2:332n, 4:294–95; format used by, 6:340; Higher Schools and Universities in Germany reprinted by, 5:181n, 5:208; Irish Essays purchased by, 5:209; Johnson’s Chief Lives published by, 4:404; letters to (1861–65), 2:232, 2:387–88; letters to (1876–80), 5:52; letters to (1881–85), 5:160; mentioned, 4:35, 4:220, 4:225, 6:258, 6:322; negotiations with, 3:225–26, 4:328, 4:329, 4:366–68, 4:405, 4:437–38, 5:168–69, 5:181, 5:208, 5:427–28, 6:31–33, 6:340–41, 6:342; New Poems published by, 3:137, 3:142, 3:318–19; partners of, 2:168n; payment for/from, 3:322–24, 3:326, 4:242, 4:251–53, 4:297–98, 4:306, 4:349, 5:13, 5:97–98, 5:207, 5:236, 6:43; Poems of Wordsworth (MA) published by, 5:13; proposed Greek textbook for, 3:194, 3:260, 3:281, 3:287, 3:312, 3:323, 3:324, 3:328, 3:408–9, 3:454, 4:116, 4:369; Schools and Universities on the Continent published by, 3:168, 3:169n; Selected Poems (1878) published by, 4:437; textbook published by, 3:76, 3:77n; uniform edition of works issued by, 5:275, 5:283, 5:315, 5:371, 5:418. See also Macmillan, Alexander; Craik, George Lillie (son)

Macmillan’s Magazine: “Address to the Wordsworth Society May 2nd 1883” in, 5:256n; “Amiel” in, 6:211n; “The Bishop and the Philosopher” in, 2:163n, 2:167, 2:169n, 2:170, 2:172, 2:174, 2:176; on the Brontës, 4:341; “The Church of England” in, 4:86n, 4:313, 4:314n, 4:316–17; Coleridge’s speech in, 6:340n; contributors to, 3:58n, 3:112n, 3:122n, 4:428n, 5:441n; on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:166, 4:202n; “Dr Stanley’s Lectures” in, 2:182, 2:183n, 2:193n; editors of, 2:169n, 2:188n, 2:328, 3:210; “Emerson” in, 5:302n, 5:372n; first number of, 1:512, 1:513n; “A French Eton” in, 2:165, 2:166n, 2:269; Fusco’s writings in, 4:220n, 4:281, 4:282, 4:283; Huxley’s writing in, 3:412n; on Iliad translations, 2:139; “Johnson’s Lives” in, 4:354n; on Keble, 3:320; “A Last Word on the Burials Bill” in, 4:332, 4:333n; mentioned, 2:347, 3:39, 3:111, 4:264, 6:207, 6:273; “The New Sirens” in, 3:354n, 4:279n, 4:338; “On the Modern Element in Literature” in, 3:312–13; payments from, 2:232, 2:253, 2:274, 2:275, 2:303, 3:174; “Poor Mathias” in, 5:234n, 5:241; preface to Johnson’s Chief Lives in, 4:412; on Prussia and Vatican, 4:210–11; “Recent Novel Writing” (T. Arnold) in, 2:483, 2:484; on school holidays, 3:144–46; “A Speech at Westminster” in, 4:184n; on teaching needlework, 4:441–42, 5:3–4, 5:8, 5:10, 5:11; Tennyson’s writing in, 3:21n; “Thyrsis” in, 3:10n, 3:19; “A Word More about Spinoza” in, 2:185n, 2:245, 2:246n; “Wordsworth” in, 4:354n. See also Grove, George; Macmillan, Alexander; Masson, David

Macpherson, Francis, 1:126–27

MacQuoid, Katharine Sarah: letters to (1881–85), 6:58

MacQuoid, Thomas Robert, 6:58n

Macready, William Charles, 1:73, 1:89, 1:90n, 1:93n

MacVeagh, Isaac Wayne, 5:315n; American tour and, 5:361, 5:364; letters to (1881–85), 5:118, 5:314–15, 5:355; letters to (1886–88), 6:295, 6:296, 6:322–23; mentioned, 3:428n, 3:430n, 6:156–57, 6:160; as minister to Turkey, 3:429; opinion of, 6:296, 6:304; visit to England, 6:295, 6:296, 6:298, 6:302

MacVeagh, Mrs Isaac Wayne, 6:295, 6:296, 6:298, 6:323

Madame Rachel (shop), 3:288

Mædon (unidentified), 1:468, 1:469n

Maffei, Scipio, Merope, 1:369, 1:370n

Maffei de Boglio, Carlo Alberto Ferdinando: mentioned, 3:332, 3:333n, 3:356, 3:383; political concerns of, 3:385; Vittorio’s care and, 3:311–12

Magee, William Connon (bishop of Peterborough, later archbishop of York), 3:320, 3:352

Magin. See Marrens-Magin, Alfred Joseph Auguste

The Magistrate, 6:25

Mahaffy, John Pentland, 4:166n; letters to (1871–75), 4:165–66, 4:239–40; letters to (1881–85), 5:133

Mahler, Gustav, 2:453n

Mahomed, Sake Dean (Mahomet’s baths), 2:61, 2:65

Mahometanism, 4:71

Maid of the Mist (Niagara Falls boat), 6:164, 6:168

Main, David M.: letters to (1876–80), 5:14

Maine, Henry James Sumner, 4:70n; mentioned, 4:236, 5:12, 5:123, 5:203; opinion of, 4:70

Maine, places visited in: plans for, 6:187–88, 6:189–90, 6:191, 6:193; Portland, 5:399

Mair, Mary Charlotte. See Senior, Mary Charlotte Mair

Maistre, Joseph de, 5:37, 5:305. See also “Lettres et Opuscules inédits du Comte Joseph de Maistre” (MA)

Maitland, Mr (unidentified), 6:201

majority/minority issues, 5:421

Malairet, Adèle (later, Michelet), 1:436, 1:438n

Malet, Edward Baldwin, 6:84–85n; assistance from, 6:84, 6:85, 6:94; introduction to, 6:77, 6:109; mentioned, 6:89, 6:92

Malleson, Mrs (unidentified): letters to (1866–70), 3:404

Malleson, Anna Sophia Taylor, 3:404n

Malleson, John Philip, 3:404n

Mallet, Louis, 2:457–58n; Irish university question and, 5:32–33; letters from (1871–78), 4:23; mentioned, 2:457, 2:461, 3:9, 3:119, 4:74

Mallet, P. H., 1:301, 1:302n

Mallock, William Hurrell, 4:366n, 5:423n

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

Manchester: art exhibitions in, 4:21n, 6:289, 6:301; grammar school in, 6:289; Lancasterian School in, 1:227; waterworks of, 6:185n

Manchester, bishop of. See Fraser, James (bishop of Manchester)

Manchester, duke of (William Drogo Montagu): letters from (1886–88), 6:302–3

Manchester College, 4:20–21

Manchester Courier, 6:301

Manchester Guardian: on Irish issues, 6:180n; on MA’s views, 4:217; political views in, 6:301; Russell’s writing in, 1:xviii; staff of, 4:207n, 5:124n

Mangles, James Henry: letters to (1876–80), 4:347–48

Manhattan: “Literature and Science” in, 6:4, 6:18, 6:20, 6:23; on MA, 5:406n

Manisty, Henry, 5:469, 5:470n

Manners, Clara Gothard, 6:284n; letters to (1886–88), 6:283, 6:288

Manners, Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth, 6:287n

Manners, Lord John Thomas, 6:17, 6:18n, 6:94, 6:95n

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

Manners, Mary Jemima Burnaby (later, Sutton), 2:81, 2:82n

Manners, William Posnette, 6:284n

Manners. See also Sutton

Manning, Mrs, 2:344n

Manning, Henry Edward (cardinal), 1:310n; introduction from, 6:80, 6:102; letters from (1881–85), 5:157, 5:171; letters to (1886–88), 6:119; mentioned, 1:309; portrait of, 6:26

Mansel, Henry Longueville, 2:98, 2:99n

Mansfield, William, 3:423n

Mansfield, William Rose, 3:422, 3:423

“The Mansion-House Meeting” (MA), 3:4n

Manzoni, Alessandro Francesco Tommaso Antonio, 2:122, 2:154n, 2:475–76

Marbury, Elizabeth (“Bessy”), 5:408, 6:4, 6:72, 6:325, 6:326n

Marcet, Jane, 1:394, 1:396n, 1:478n

Marcet, Sophia (later, Romilly), 1:396n, 1:401n

“March of Hannibal” (MA), 6:46

Marcion (heretic), 4:258, 4:259n

Marcus Aurelius: Emerson compared to, 5:345; Farrar on, 3:205n; quoted, 6:34; writings on, 2:250, 6:237n

“Marcus Aurelius” (MA): advertisement of, 2:241; misprints in, 2:239; plans for, 2:165, 2:187, 2:227–28; publication of, 2:111n, 2:166n, 2:215, 2:231n, 2:234, 2:235, 2:250, 2:332; responses to, 2:245, 2:370; writing of, 2:231–33

Mares, John, 3:216

Margherita of Savoy (princess, later queen), 3:343, 3:344n, 4:129n

“Marguerite” (MA): blue eyes of, 1:119, 1:121n; existence of, 1:lvii–lviii; hankerchief of, 1:121n; opinion of, 3:322; read on American tour, 5:335

Le Mariage de Figaro (Beaumarchais), 1:92, 1:93n

Marie Antoinette (queen of France), 3:339n

Marjoribanks, Mr (unidentified), 1:325

Marjoribanks, Edward, 6:23, 6:24n

Marjoribanks, Mary Georgiana (Lady Ridley), 5:268, 5:269n

Markham, Mrs, 1:5n

Markstein, Henrietta, 5:367

Marlborough, duchess of (Frances Anne Emily Vane-Tempest), 3:237

Marlborough, duke of (John Winston Spencer Churchill): confidences shared, 3:220; position of, 3:221n, 4:93; proposal of, 3:242–43, 3:293; Rugby headmastership and, 3:373; on Sandford, 3:301

Marlborough, model school at, 3:106

Marlborough College: fees of, 2:283–84; headmaster of, 3:462n, 4:6; letters to Council of (1856–60), 1:386–87; sporting events and, 3:350, 3:354; success of, 2:282; visit to, 4:57, 4:59, 4:64–65

Marrens-Magin, Alfred Joseph Auguste: letters delivered by, 1:450; mentioned, 1:437, 1:439n, 1:448, 1:449, 1:457, 1:465, 1:488, 1:491, 1:494, 1:495, 1:496; opinion of, 1:492, 1:493

marriage: descriptions of, 1:209–10n, 1:211n; gifts for, 1:210; prohibitions on, 4:444n, 5:277

The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart), 1:465

Marsden family, 1:208

Marsden, Caroline Moore, 1:208n

Marsden, Rev. John Howard, 1:208n

Marsh, G. M., 1:290n

Marsh, George Perkins, 2:431–32n; letters to (1866–70), 3:95; letters to (1871–75), 4:192; visits with, 2:431, 2:432–33, 4:154

Marshall, Alexandrina Gordon, 4:381n

Marshall, Elizabeth Margaret (later, Spring Rice), 2:119

Marshall, Ernestine Emma Wodehouse, 6:269, 6:270n

Marshall, James Aubrey Garth, 4:85, 4:214–15

Marshall, James Garth: family of, 1:202n, 2:158n, 4:78n; mentioned, 1:187, 1:188n, 1:190, 1:192, 1:196, 1:198, 1:200

Marshall, John, 6:269, 6:270n

Marshall, Julia Mary Garth. See O’Brien, Julia Mary Garth Marshall

Marshall, Mary Alice Spring Rice, 4:78, 4:91

Marshall, Thomas William, 2:20–21

Marshall, Victor Alexander Ernest Garth, 4:78n; letters to (1871–75), 4:78, 4:81–82, 4:84–85, 4:91–92, 4:173; letters to (1876–80), 4:379–81, 4:434–35, 5:56; mentioned, 4:386, 5:70; travels of, 4:214; visits with, 4:80, 4:83

Marshall, William, 2:157, 2:158n

Marsham, Charles: letters to (1871–75), 4:35

Marsham, Charles (Lord Romney), 2:5

Marston, John Westland, 6:267, 6:268n

Martin, Mrs (unidentified), 6:278

Martin, Alice, 4:11, 4:12n

Martin, Blanche, 4:11, 4:12n

Martin, Charles, 3:372, 3:373n

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

Martin, J.: letters to (1876–80), 4:433–34

Martin, Jacob L., 1:109, 1:110–11n

Martin, James Ranald, 2:259, 2:260n, 2:262, 2:295

Martin, Samuel, 3:311, 3:312n

Martin, Theodore, 1:450–51n; knighting of, 1:386n; letters to (1861–65), 2:230; visit with, 1:450

Martineau, Harriet, 1:95–96n; acquaintances of, 1:102n, 2:21n, 6:196; allusions to, 1:313–15, 1:317; on “Anarchy and Authority,” 3:260; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:319–20; on England and the Italian Question, 1:487, 1:488n, 1:490, 1:498; family of, 3:169n; house of, 4:278–79; illness of, 1:335, 1:358; introductions from, 1:482n; letters from (1861–65), 2:322; letters from (1866–70), 3:247; letters to (1856–60), 2:12–13, 2:14–15; letters to (1861–65), 2:323–26, 2:328–29; letters to (1866–70), 3:244, 3:463–64; on M. Wordsworth’s death, 1:411; mentioned, 1:64, 1:101, 1:107, 1:141, 1:162, 1:184, 1:254, 1:258, 2:116, 2:187, 2:240, 2:259, 2:281, 2:288, 2:326, 3:52, 3:87, 3:187, 3:237, 3:274, 6:174; on Merope, 1:370, 1:378; on middle-class education, 2:328–29, 2:343, 2:344n; opinion of, 1:95n, 1:314, 4:360; on The Popular Education of France, 2:12–15, 2:70; requests of, 2:236; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:463–64; visits with, 1:179, 3:255; writings of, 1:295, 3:307–8

Martineau, James: criticism of, 1:295; at lecture, 4:313; letters from (1871–75), 4:59; mentioned, 2:412, 3:15, 3:404n; St Paul and Protestantism and, 3:409, 4:52

Martineau, Maria, 2:281, 2:282n, 2:288

Marvell, Andrew, 2:114, 2:115n

Maryland, places visited in: Baltimore, 5:358, 5:361, 5:363, 5:364

Marylebone Club, 3:354

Mary (nursemaid), 2:65, 2:115, 2:149

“Mary of Argyle” (song), 1:319, 1:320n

Marzials, F. M., 3:8n

Mason-Slidell crisis, 2:107n, 2:113n

Massachusetts: civilization in, 5:342–43; visits to, 6:162

Massachusetts, places visited in: Andover, 5:355, 5:356–57; Berkshire (desire to visit), 5:238; Cambridge, 5:341; Concord, 5:305, 5:307, 5:351, 5:352, 5:354; Newport, 6:162–63; Newton, 5:337, 5:339; Salem, 5:338–39, 5:341, 5:342; Taunton, 5:347; Worcester, 5:337, 5:338, 5:341–42. See also Boston (Mass.); Stockbridge (Berkshires), Whitridges’ house in

Massey, Gerald, 3:396n; letters to (1866–70), 3:396, 3:406–7

Masson, David: editorship of, 2:169n; letters from (1861–65), 2:170, 2:171–72; letters to (1861–65), 2:169; letters to (1886–88), 6:233; mentioned, 2:275, 2:328, 3:12, 3:39; writing of, 1:277n. See also Macmillan’s Magazine

Masson, Rosaline Orme, 4:411

Masterman, Edward, 1:197, 1:201n

Mathews brothers, 4:55

Mathews, Charles James, 2:238, 2:345, 3:90

Mathilde (princess), 2:409, 2:412, 2:415–16

Mathison, William Collins, 3:445

Matteucci, Carlo, 2:433

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

“Matthew Arnold” (Auden), 1:xv

Matthew Arnold’s Diaries, The Unpublished Items (Guthrie), 1:xxxv

Matthew Arnold’s Letters (Davis), 1:xvi

Matthews, Mrs, 5:409

Matthews, Henry, 6:185, 6:187n, 6:202, 6:203n, 6:205, 6:265

Matthews, J. Brander, 5:409

Matthews, Louise: letters to (1881–85), 5:409

Matthews, Roy T., 1:lxi

Maude, John Hartwell, 1:193

Maude, Julia, 1:190, 1:193, 1:193n, 1:197

Maull and Polybank (photographers), 2:335, 2:336n

Maurice, Frederick D.: acquaintances of, 1:277n, 1:401n, 2:190n; death of, 4:114; on Essays in Criticism, 2:396, 2:407, 2:408; mentioned, 3:97; on Spinoza and MA, 2:176, 2:177n

“Maurice de Guérin” (A Modern French Poet, MA): as lecture, 2:161; publication of, 2:155n, 2:157, 2:160, 2:163, 2:165, 2:167, 2:191, 2:332; references in, 2:211n, 2:218; reprinting of, 6:224; responses to, 2:180, 2:182, 2:183, 2:198, 6:10

Mauritius, position offered in, 1:330, 1:332

Maxse, Cecilia, 5:35n

Maxse, Frederick Augustus, 4:332n; introductions from, 6:103; letters to (1876–80), 4:331; letters to (1881–85), 5:204–5; letters to (1886–88), 6:117–18, 6:119–20; mentioned, 6:24, 6:72–73, 6:210

Maxse, Olive Hermione, 6:120

Maxse, Violet, 6:210

Maxwell, Sterling, 4:194

May, Harry, 1:320n

May, Jane, 6:13, 6:14n

May, Thomas Erskine, 3:136

Mayer, Eugénie (later, Baliol Brett), 3:96, 3:97

Mayne, Miss, 2:407, 2:475

Mayne, Lady (née Carvick): mentioned, 1:409, 1:494, 1:497, 2:301, 3:49, 3:97; as neighbor, 1:410n

Mayne, Richard: mentioned, 1:494, 1:497, 2:216, 2:224, 2:342, 2:475, 3:97; as neighbor, 1:410n; rioting and, 3:59–60n

Mayo family, 3:54

Mayo, Lady (Blanche Julia Bourke), 6:235, 6:237n

Mayor, Charles, 1:64, 1:64n, 1:66n

Mayor, J., 1:66n

Mays, Mrs, 3:140

Mazade, Ch. de, 3:439n

Mazeran (inspector), 1:480n

Mazoleni, Francesco, 3:427

Mazzini, Guiseppe, 1:184, 2:123n, 3:373n

McAll, S. Wordlaw: letters to (1866–70), 3:424

McCabe, William Gordon, 5:441n; letters to (1881–85), 5:441, 5:447, 6:51; letters to (1886–88), 6:134, 6:172–73, 6:257–58, 6:301

McCarthy, Justin, 2:123n, 4:275n, 6:25, 6:26n, 6:27

McCarthy, Patrick J., 1:lv

McCarty, Rosalie (later, Steele), 4:20n

McClintock, Capt. Francis Leopold, 1:513n

McClurg, Mrs, 6:254

McClurg, Gen. Alexander Caldwell, 5:372, 5:378, 5:380–81, 5:384, 6:255n

McClurg, Ogden, 6:254

McCosh, James, 5:325n; letters to (1881–85), 5:325; mentioned, 5:332

McKinley, William, 5:380n

McKnight, Mrs, 6:65

McLean, Samuel, 5:330

McLeod, Donald Friell, 2:51, 2:52n

Meade, Robert Henry, 5:268, 5:269n

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

Mechanics Institute, 3:283n, 4:95

Medici, Cosimo de’, 4:287–88

Meigs sisters, 5:367

Meigs, Maj. Gen. Montgomery Cunningham, 6:161

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

Melhuish, Mrs (unidentified), 5:412

Mellini, Peter, 1:lxi

Mélusine (journal), 3:399n

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

Melville, Herman, 1:421n

“Memorial Verses” (MA): allusion to, 1:171n; distribution of, 1:300; publication of, 1:173n; translation of, 1:305

“A Memory Picture” (MA), 1:121n

Menabrea, Luigi Federico (governor of young duke), 3:311–12, 3:367, 3:390

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Félix, 2:249

“Men of Genius” (MA), 1:513n, 2:10n

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

Menteth (Menteath), James Stuart, 4:233

Mercury (Leeds), 5:466

Meredith, George, 1:xxii, 1:xlix, 1:li, 3:120n, 4:332n

Meredith, Owen (pseud.). See Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer (pseud. Owen Meredith)

Mérimée, Prosper, 1:429n; acquaintances of, 2:146n; England and the Italian Question and, 1:490; on Fanny Blackett, 1:384n; letters from (1856–60), 1:429; mentioned, 1:426, 1:427, 1:488; on Monckton Milnes, 1:459n

Merivale family, 3:116, 3:350, 3:356, 3:390

Merivale, Charles, 2:102–3n; appointments by, 3:58; as headmaster candidate, 1:48n; mentioned, 2:162n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:241; visits with, 2:102

Merivale, Herman, 2:162n, 3:45, 3:97, 3:243, 5:112

Merivale, Herman Charles, 2:162n; family of, 2:160–61; judicial circuit and, 2:87n; letters to (1881–85), 5:258, 5:259; mentioned, 2:100, 3:196; works: Forget-Me-Not (Merivale and Grove), 5:258n

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

Merivale, Judith Mary Sophia Frere, 2:102, 2:103n

Merlant, Joachim, 1:92n

Merope (MA): as acted play, 1:386, 1:387; audience of, 1:372–73; comments on, 1:xlv, 1:378, 2:417; distribution of, 1:367–68, 1:371, 1:383, 1:386, 1:509, 1:510; influences on, 1:364, 1:369; opinion of, 3:321; preface for, 1:370n; publication of, 1:368; reprinting of, 5:281, 6:25, 6:31, 6:288n; responses to, 1:371–78, 1:384, 1:402, 1:405, 1:495, 6:53; reviews of, 1:370, 1:371n, 1:378–79, 1:388, 1:391, 1:392, 3:320n; sales of, 1:382, 5:372n

Merrifield, Charles Watkins, 2:315n; letters to (1861–65), 2:315; letters to (1876–80), 4:403, 5:14–15, 5:79; letters to (1881–85), 5:138, 5:143; work of, 2:318

Merton College, 3:151, 3:152n, 5:422

mesmerism, 1:295n

Metaphysical Society, 3:342n

Metcalf, Lorettus Sutton: letters to (1886–88), 6:332

Metcalfe, Theophilus John: letters to (1876–80), 4:439

Metella, Cecilia, 4:153

Methodism, 2:128, 4:171. See also Wesley, John

Metropolitan Division: letters to (1881–85), 5:415

Metropolitan Opera House, 5:371n

Metzdorf, Robert F., 1:xxxiv, 1:xxxviii–xxxix

Meyer, Johann Heinrich Otto, 2:451, 2:453n, 2:475

Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1:444, 1:445n

Meymott, Emily Merelina. See Shand, Emily Merelina Meymott

Miall, Edward: allusion to, 4:55, 4:106; as commission member, 1:418; educational issues and, 2:282; mentioned, 3:311, 3:312n; organization of, 4:108n; William’s election and, 2:52, 2:53n; writing of, 3:158, 3:159n. See also Nonconformist

Michelangelo, 2:421, 4:155

Michelet, Adèle Malairet, 1:436, 1:438n

Michelet, Jules, 1:99n; acquaintances of, 1:93n; as influence, 1:82–83n; letters from (1856–60), 1:442, 1:473; letters to (1846–50), 1:99; letters to (1856–60), 1:431–32; marriage of, 1:438n; mentioned, 1:82, 1:89, 1:377–78; visits with, 1:436; writings of, 1:407, 1:431

Michigan, places visited in: Detroit, 5:381n

Middle Ages, 2:42–43, 2:198, 4:428

middle class: conservatism and, 2:115; government and, 2:278; issues for (1885), 6:19; needed improvements in, 2:273–74, 2:322; routine-thinking of, 3:83–84; self-dissatisfaction for, 2:299. See also “Philistinism/Philistines”

middle-class education: administration of, 3:309–10; Council Office and, 2:283; fees and, 2:284; further inspecting related to, 6:66; importance of elementary and secondary, 2:277, 4:439; lack of uniformity in, 3:441; Martineau on, 2:328–29, 2:343, 2:344n; proposed commission on, 2:285–86; public schools’ reports and, 2:324; rationale for, 2:274–75. See also A French Eton (MA); public schools and universities; secondary education; Taunton Commission

Middle Class School Commission. See Taunton Commission

Middlemist, Robert, 3:372, 3:373n

Middlesex County Lunatic Asylum, 2:319n

Middlesex Street School, 3:58

Middleton, Richard William Evelyn, 6:94, 6:95n

Midlands Institute, 5:454n

Migne, Jacques-Paul, 2:251

Mignet, Auguste, 1:420, 1:425, 1:426n, 2:417, 3:454

Mikado (operetta), 6:25

Milburn, John George, 5:373n; American tour of, 6:80; invitation from, 6:148; letter from (1881–85), 5:402; visits with, 5:373, 5:376, 5:378–79, 5:392, 5:395, 6:163–64

Mildenhall (Suffolk), school inspection at, 3:91

military: drill exercises in voluntary, 1:507, 1:508n, 1:512, 1:514; education commission and, 1:339, 2:415; good-looking Prussian, 6:85; inn quality linked to, 3:130; pride in French, 1:445. See also British army

Mill, John Stuart: allusions to, 1:493n, 4:55, 4:106; on Irish situation, 1:109, 1:111n; MA compared to, 2:98n; mentioned, 1:93, 1:94n, 2:174, 2:466, 3:403n, 3:409n; quoted, 3:20n; reading of, 1:468, 1:471; on rioting, 3:222; support for, 3:416

Millais, Alice Sophia Caroline (later, Stuart-Wortley), 6:121n

Millais, Everett, 4:4, 4:6

Millais, George, 4:4, 4:6

Millais, John Everett: autograph of, 6:24; children’s education and, 4:4, 4:6; on Coleridge, 5:453; letters from (1886–88), 6:349; letters to (1881–85), 5:447, 5:449–50, 5:470, 6:48; letters to (1886–88), 6:120–21, 6:347; mentioned, 3:116, 3:117n, 4:7, 6:301; portraits by, 4:238n, 6:353

Miller, Andrew: letters to (1876–80), 4:382–83

Miller, John Cale, 1:358

Miller, L., 3:107

Miller and Sons, 2:307n

Mill Hill School (Hendon, Middlesex), 2:193

Millot (secrétaire), 1:465

Mills, Arthur, 5:212n; letters to (1881–85), 5:212, 5:215; letters to (1886–88), 6:360

Milman, Henry Hart, 1:187, 1:188n, 3:456, 4:71, 4:320n

Milman, Rev. William Henry, 4:320n; letters to (1876–80), 4:320; letters to (1886–88), 6:275; mentioned, 4:314n

Milner-Gibson, Thomas, 1:108, 1:110n, 2:466

Milnes, Richard Monckton (Lord Houghton), 1:102n; Athenæum club and, 1:326; breakfasts of, 5:36n; difficulties of, 5:176; invitation from, 5:456; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:17; letters to (1856–60), 1:481; letters to (1861–65), 2:211, 2:218; letters to (1866–70), 3:434–35; letters to (1876–80), 4:326, 4:356, 4:416; letters to (1881–85), 5:429, 5:457–58; mentioned, 1:101, 1:109, 1:129n, 1:421n, 1:457, 2:214, 2:218, 2:270, 3:87, 3:264, 4:385, 5:97, 5:218; Newman and, 5:94; Revised Code and, 2:141; travels of, 1:110n

Milnes, Robert Offley Ashburton (later, Crewe-Milnes), 3:434, 3:435n

Milsand, Joseph, 2:382, 2:410, 3:86, 3:87

Milton, John: allusions to, 1:276n, 5:311n; on gossip, 1:li; as influence, 1:76, 1:279; Macaulay on, 6:305; memorial for, 6:337; mentioned, 1:61, 1:133, 2:68, 5:252; opinion of, 5:75; paraphrases of, 1:371; reference to, 4:434; style of, 1:78, 1:134; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21, 5:62, 5:74; works: Comus, 4:127; Paradise Regained (Milton), 1:lix. See also “A French Critic on Milton” (MA); Paradise Lost (Milton)

“Milton” (MA): as lecture, 6:334, 6:337–38; publication of, 6:334n, 6:348, 6:359; writing of, 6:344, 6:347

Ministère de l’Instruction publique, 1:440, 1:441

Mintern Street Wesleyan School (Hoxton), 2:60

Mioland, Jean Marie (archbishop of Toulouse and Narbonne), 1:447, 1:448n

miracles: belief in, 2:224, 4:224; essays on, 4:226–27, 4:233; lecture referencing, 4:302, 4:303

“mis-burials,” 1:316, 1:317n

Missouri, places visited in: St Louis, 5:388–89

“Mr Walter and the Schoolmasters’ Certificates” (MA), 2:202n

Mitchell, Capt. Alexander, 1:442, 1:443n, 2:177, 4:342n

Mitchell, Charles Thomas: letters to (1881–85), 6:34

Mitchell, Fanny. See Reay, Lady (Fanny Georgiana Jane Hasler Mitchell Mackay)

Mitchell, George A.: letters to (1876–80), 5:2–3

Mitchell, Maria, 5:374

Mitchell, Richard, 2:148n

Mitford, Mary Russell, 3:403–4

Mixed Essays (MA): “Democracy” in, 2:343n, 4:443; distribution of, 5:19–20, 5:76, 5:115, 5:132, 5:180, 5:212, 6:62; “Equality” in, 4:436; “Falkland” in, 4:359n; “A French Critic on Goethe” in, 4:433; “A French Critic on Milton” in, 4:347n, 4:433; “George Sand” in, 4:331n; “A Guide to English Literature” in, 4:336n; mentioned, 6:65; payment for, 4:418; “Porro unum est necessarium” in, 4:430–31n; responses to, 6:342; reviews of, 5:16, 5:29, 5:31, 5:34, 5:46, 5:47n; size of, 4:419, 4:420

Moberly, Mrs, 3:108

Moberly, Charles Edward, 3:108, 3:109n

Moberly, George (bishop of Salisbury), 1:21, 1:22n, 1:60, 3:344n, 4:11, 4:12n

“The Modern Element in Romanticism” (MA), 2:188n

“Modern Sappho” (MA), 3:322, 6:247

Modjeska, Helena, 5:66n, 5:99, 5:101

Moffat, B.: letters to (1876–80), 4:321–22

Mogador, Céleste, 1:495

Mohl, Jules (or Julius), 1:425n; mentioned, 1:420, 1:427, 1:429, 1:440, 2:417; visit with, 3:454

Mohl, Mary, 1:425n; mentioned, 1:420, 1:427, 1:440, 2:405, 2:406, 2:407, 2:417, 5:99; visit with, 3:454

Molé, Louis Matthieu, 1:84, 1:86n

Molesworth, Andalusia Grant Carstairs, 1:188n

Molesworth, William, 1:187, 1:188n, 1:195, 1:196

Molière, 1:61, 1:62n, 2:208, 5:62

Molique, Mlle, 2:397, 4:75

Molique, Wilhelm Bernhard, 2:397n

Moltke, Helmuth, 6:92, 6:94n

Momigliano, Arnaldo, 1:196n

Mommsen, Theodor, 6:84n; introduction to, 6:83, 6:90, 6:96; mentioned, 5:291; visit with, 6:100, 6:103

Moncreiff, James (Lord Advocate), 2:310, 2:311n, 2:321

Monenheri (school), 2:428

Moniteur, 2:78, 2:79n, 3:42, 3:43n

Monnet (inn landlord), 1:473

Monro, David Binning: letters to (1881–85), 6:70–71, 6:73–74; mentioned (as Munro), 6:71, 6:74

Monsell, William, 3:261, 4:74, 4:75n

Montagu, Lady Agneta Royston, 6:28, 6:29n

Montagu, Lady Catherine Wade, 3:9, 3:10n

Montagu, Harriet Mary Montagu (Lady Ashburton), 1:233n, 1:234

Montagu, Millicent, 4:4

Montagu, Lord Robert, 3:10n; confidences shared, 3:220; mentioned, 3:9, 3:159, 3:434, 4:2, 4:3–4; position of, 3:221n; visits with, 3:115, 3:129

Montagu, Robert (“Bobby”), 4:3

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

Montagu, Victor Alexander, 6:28, 6:29n

Montagu, William Drogo (duke of Manchester): letters from (1886–88), 6:302–3

Montague, R. W.: letters to (1881–85), 5:471

Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de, 1:263, 2:80, 6:211

Montalembert, Charles Forbes René comte de, 1:330, 1:331n, 1:391, 1:407, 1:457

Montcalm (descendant of Montcalm de Saint-Véran), 1:429, 1:430n

Monteagle, Lady, 2:145, 2:372, 6:29

Monteagle, Lord (Thomas Spring Rice), 1:199, 1:202n, 2:119n, 2:145, 2:372, 3:117n, 3:274

Montefiore, Claude Joseph Goldsmit: letters to (1886–88), 6:240–41

Montefiore, Emma Goldsmid, 5:54n

Montefiore, Henrietta Francisca Sichel, 5:116

Montefiore, Joseph, 5:116

Montefiore, Justina (wife of Benjamin Cohen), 3:7, 3:123

Montefiore, Leonard Abraham (Louisa’s nephew), 4:229, 4:230n, 5:53–54, 5:263, 6:84

Montefiore, Louisa. See Rothschild, Louisa Montefiore de (Anthony’s wife)

Montefiore, Moses Haim, 3:407, 3:408n

Montefiore, Nathaniel, 5:54n; death of, 5:263; letters to (1876–80), 5:53–54

Montégut, Émile, 3:178, 3:179n

Montesquieu (Charles-Louis de Secondat), 4:292

Montez, Lola, 1:103n

Montgomery, James, 1:304, 1:305n, 3:176

Montpensier, Antoine Marie Philippe Louis d’Orleans duc de, 3:395, 3:396n

Montpensier, duc de, 1:96n

Montreal: lectures and visit at, 5:377, 5:393, 5:398–99, 5:412; luncheon at, 5:395–97; remembered, 5:419, 5:425

Montreal Club, 5:398

Moodie, Frances (later, Wood), 6:243n

Moody, Dwight Lyman, 6:171

Moon, Rev. Sir Edward Graham, 5:22n, 6:211, 6:212n, 6:217, 6:326n

Moon, Ellen Gertrude, 6:325, 6:326n

Moon, Ellen Sidney, 5:21, 5:22n, 6:211, 6:212n, 6:217, 6:325, 6:326n

Moore family, 6:228

Moore, Mr (unidentified), 4:73, 4:117

Moore, Caroline (later, Marsden), 1:208n

Moore, Thomas, 1:xl, 1:153–54n, 3:343

Moorman, Mary, 1:xxxvii–xxxviii

Mora (photographer), 6:206

morality, reflections on, 3:17–18

“Morality” (MA), 3:322

Morant (unidentified), 2:431

Mordaunt, Rev. W., 5:262

More, Hannah, 1:63, 1:63n

Morell, Elizabeth Morell Wreford, 5:138–39

Morell, J. R., 6:214, 6:215n, 6:276, 6:287n

Morell, John Daniel, 1:207–8n; assistant of, 3:169–70; inspections of, 2:316, 3:290, 4:389n; letters to (1866–70), 3:374; letters to (1881–85), 5:138–39; mentioned, 1:207, 4:389, 4:396

Moreton, Jane Ralli, 6:28, 6:29n

Moreton, Richard Charles Reynolds, 6:28, 6:29n

Morgan, Miss (unidentified), 6:84

Morgan, Henry Augustus, 5:375n

Morgan, Margaret Bogard Bryant: letters to (1881–85), 5:375

Morier, James Justinian, 1:205n

Morier, Richard, 6:10

Morier, Robert Burnett David, 1:205n; acquaintances of, 1:127n; introductions from, 6:127; letters to (1871–75), 4:210–12; letters to (1881–85), 6:96; mentioned, 1:106, 1:204, 2:457, 2:461, 3:350; 1848 Revolution and, 1:100n

Morison, James Cotter, 4:428n; letters to (1876–80), 4:427–28, 4:429; mentioned, 4:425, 4:426n, 4:435n

Morley, Arnold, 6:282, 6:283n

Morley, John, 4:22n; advice of, 5:12; on Burke, 5:78; as chief secretary for Ireland, 6:120; on Cobden, 5:190; Craik on, 5:52n; editorship of, 3:431n, 4:364n, 5:4, 5:82, 5:94, 5:125, 5:266; elections and, 5:87; on Emerson, 5:284; on Gosse’s book, 5:216; on Irish issues, 6:176, 6:180n, 6:183; letters (general), 1:xx; letters from (1871–75), 4:23; letters from (1886–88), 6:245; letters to (1871–75), 4:21–22; letters to (1881–85), 5:172, 5:233, 5:241–42, 5:245, 5:273, 5:289, 5:290–91, 5:416, 5:419, 6:16; on list of academicians, 6:263n; on Lowell, 5:206–7; mentioned, 1:102n, 3:238, 3:416, 4:270, 4:330, 4:366, 4:372, 4:428, 4:431, 5:6, 5:10, 5:76, 5:151, 5:165, 5:176, 5:203, 5:236, 5:255, 5:262, 5:434, 5:444, 6:185; on Pattison, 6:53; Poems of Wordsworth (MA) sent to, 5:51; on “Poor Mathias,” 5:241; on Supernatural Religion, 4:221, 4:222n; visit with, 6:274; writing of, 4:183, 4:184n. See also Fortnightly Review; Pall Mall Gazette (P. M. G.)

Morley, Samuel, 2:278

Morning Chronicle, 4:432n

Morning Herald, 3:395

Morning Post, 1:487

Morning Star and Dial: on Culture and Anarchy, 3:319; on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:155, 3:156; editor of, 2:83n; on Forster, 2:476; mentioned, 3:187; opinion of, 2:264, 2:483; on Palmerston scandal, 2:240; on The Popular Education of France, 2:78, 2:79n, 2:82; “Prussian Tenant Right” in, 3:88; sources for, 3:74; style of, 3:65

Mornington, countess of (Anne), 3:14n

Morris, John Brande (“Jack”), 1:103, 1:103n, 3:188n

Morris, William, 1:xlix, 3:242n, 6:263n

Morritt, J. B. S., 2:253n

Morritt, William John Sawrey, 2:252, 2:253n

Morse, Col. W. F., 5:276, 5:277n

Morton, John Maddison, 1:74n, 2:345n

Moscheles, Felix, 6:236n

Moscheles, Mme Felix, 6:235, 6:236n

Moser, Gustav von, 6:18n

Mosley, Arnold [?], 5:182

Mosley, Ernald, 5:183n

Mosley, Tonman, 5:183n

Moule, Horace Mosley: letters to (1866–70), 3:431

Moulton, Louise Chandler, 5:35–36n; letters to (1876–80), 5:35, 5:38

Moultrie, Miss, 3:392

Moultrie, Harriet Margaret Ferguson, 2:286n

Moultrie, John, 2:63n; death of, 2:286n; mentioned, 3:108, 3:109n, 3:392; sonnets of, 2:61; works: Essays and Reviews, 2:63n, 2:73, 2:74n

Mowatt, Jane (later, Lushington), 5:239

M’Queen, Col. James, 1:290n, 1:291

“Mrs Matthew Arnold” (McCarthy), 1:lv

Mucklestone, Rowland, 1:127n

Mudie’s: distance to, 3:397; letters to (1866–70), 3:171–72; sales of, 2:398, 2:407, 2:472; subscription at, 4:93

Mulhall, W., 5:423

Mulhauser, Frederick L., 1:xxv, 1:206n

Mulhooly, Father (unidentified), 4:156

Müller (Mueller), Mrs, 2:9n, 4:5

Müller (Mueller), Friedrich Max, 2:9n; defeated for professorship, 2:41–42; family of, 1:168n; on Franco-Prussian War, 3:452; introductions from, 6:89, 6:90, 6:96; on Kingsley, 5:444, 5:445n; letters from (1856–60), 1:372–73; letters from (1871–75), 4:8; letters to (1856–60), 2:9; letters to (1861–65), 2:475–76; letters to (1866–70), 3:428; letters to (1871–75), 4:5; letters to (1876–80), 4:421–22; letters to (1881–85), 5:444, 6:83; on list of academicians, 6:263n; mentioned, 1:404, 3:125, 4:245, 5:429, 6:344n; on Merope, 1:372–73, 1:376; on St Paul and Protestantism, 4:6; on Thomas Arnold, 3:5; translations of, 3:385–86, 4:5n, 5:195–96n

Mundella family, 5:107, 5:108–9

Mundella, Anthony John, 5:286n; educational interests of, 5:215, 5:296; on free education, 6:66n; letters from (1886–88), 6:246; letters to (1881–85), 5:285–86, 6:65–66, 6:77–78; letters to (1886–88), 6:109, 6:225–26; mentioned, 5:196, 5:262, 6:75, 6:76; visits with, 5:108–9, 5:115

Mundella, Maria Theresa: Irish Essays sent to, 5:196; letters to (1881–85), 5:196, 5:201, 5:262, 6:75, 6:76; mentioned, 5:110

Munro, Hugh Andrew Johnstone, 4:182

Munro-Ferguson, Ronald Crauford, 6:23, 6:24n

Muralt, Wunderlig von, 6:123

Murby, Thomas, 3:141n

Muret, Marc Antoine de (Muretus), 3:49

Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban, 2:53

Murphy, Mrs (unidentified), 5:394

Murray, Edith: letters to (1871–75), 4:267

Murray, John, 1:310n; guides of, 1:120, 1:121n, 1:501–2, 2:335, 2:405, 2:407, 2:419, 2:436, 5:450; letters to (1851–55), 1:310; letters to (1871–75), 4:32; letters to (1876–80), 4:432–33; letters to (1881–85), 5:174; mentioned, 1:313, 3:332, 5:125, 6:212, 6:322

Murray’s Magazine: editor of, 6:280, 6:355; founding of, 6:198n, 6:238; “General Grant” in, 6:211n, 6:228; requests from, 6:351–52; sales of, 6:242. See also Arnold, Edward Augustus (“Eddy,” “Ted,” Edward’s son)

The Museum (periodical), 2:317, 3:250, 3:266

Music in Song from Chaucer to Tennyson (Koelle), MA’s poems in, 5:255n

Musset, Alfred de: books about, 1:496n; mentioned, 1:491, 1:495, 5:42, 5:43n; opinion of, 2:59; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21

Musset, Paul de, 1:496n

“Mycerinus” (MA), 1:324n, 4:393

“My Countrymen” (MA): impetus for, 2:355; publication of, 2:355n, 3:1, 3:2, 3:5; references in, 2:367n; responses to, 3:9, 3:10n, 3:11, 3:13, 3:14, 3:17–18, 3:19–20, 3:22–23, 3:26; writing of, 3:2

Myers, Eveleen Tennant: letters to (1881–85), 5:130; marriage of, 5:86n

Myers, Frederic William Henry, 4:274n; letters to (1871–75), 4:274; letters to (1876–80), 5:26, 5:45–46; letters to (1881–85), 5:234, 6:40, 6:41, 6:42, 6:60; marriage of, 5:86; mentioned, 5:54; on Wordsworth, 5:24, 5:53, 5:130; works: The Renewal of Youth and Other Poems, 5:234n

Myhill, Charles: letters to (1881–84), 5:211, 5:222, 5:230, 5:240, 5:250–51, 5:262, 5:265, 5:269–70, 5:271, 5:279, 5:287, 5:292, 5:427, 5:441, 5:442, 5:450–51, 5:463–64; letters to (1885), 6:2, 6:37, 6:40, 6:46, 6:59, 6:60, 6:78, 6:79, 6:80; letters to (1886–88), 6:116; living arrangements of, 5:291, 5:292, 5:309; as school inspector, 5:212n, 5:221, 5:382, 6:60; training of, 5:224; vacation for, 5:287