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Nadal, Mr, 5:305

“The Nadir of Liberalism” (MA): consideration of, 6:113; publication of, 6:113n; revisions and, 6:143; writing of, 6:117, 6:142, 6:226–27

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

Napier, Miss (unidentified), 3:379, 3:380n, 6:57, 6:58

Napier, Charles James, 1:141, 1:142n, 1:365n

Napier, Emily Anne, 6:57n

Napier, Lord Francis, 2:439, 2:440n

Napier, Norah Creina Blanche. See Bruce, Norah Creina Blanche Napier

Napier, Lord, of Magdala, 6:259

Napier, William Francis Patrick, 1:97, 1:98n, 1:298, 1:299n

Napoleon, Jerome, 1:439n

Napoleon I (Napoléon Bonaparte): admiration for, 1:148, 2:2–3; biography of, 1:149n, 1:153; family of, 1:438n, 1:439n; mentioned, 2:430; poem for, 2:122; quoted, 2:206, 2:360, 3:16, 4:411

Napoleon III (Louis Napoléon): allusions to, 3:20n; amnesty of, 1:493; attitudes toward, 1:419, 1:455–56, 1:461, 1:471, 1:485–86; banker of, 1:488n; campaigns of, 1:311–12, 1:466, 1:467; coup of, 1:99n; death of, 4:414n; election of, 1:88n; English fear of invasion by, 1:507–8; medallion of, 1:452; peace treaty and, 1:478–79; proclamation of, 1:445; speeches of, 1:451–52, 3:42, 3:43n; support for, 1:234n

Napoleon (prince), 2:412

Nash, David William, 3:29, 3:30n

Nassau, Mme, 1:431

Nation: editors of, 3:275n, 6:176; founder of, 5:318n; letter to editor of, 5:420; on Literature and Dogma, 4:176; mentioned, 6:310; reading of, 3:232, 4:324; on Thomas Arnold Sr, 2:475n. See also Godkin, Edwin Lawrence; Norton, Charles Eliot

Le National, 1:91n, 1:101

National Archives of Canada, 1:xxxix–xl

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, 2:344n

National Convention (1848), 1:102n

National Educational League (Birmingham), 4:371n

National Library (Canada), 1:xxxix–xl

National Library of Scotland, 1:xl

National Portrait Gallery, 3:36, 3:232n

National Review: “Disestablishment in Wales” in, 6:115n, 6:314n, 6:348; editors of, 1:333n, 1:344n, 2:369n; on Eton reform, 2:268, 2:269n; “The Function of Criticism” in, 1:345n, 2:283n, 2:342–43; “Joubert” in, 1:345n, 2:245n, 2:256, 2:262, 2:279; mentioned, 2:347; on Merope, 1:388; opinion of, 1:344; payment from, 6:355; Pearson’s essay in, 2:175n; success of, 1:332. See also Bagehot, Walter

National Society, 2:249n

National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church, 1:58n, 4:59, 4:60n

National Training School for Music (later, Royal College of Music), 4:250n, 5:253n

Naylor, Richard Christopher, 2:25, 2:29

Neate, Charles, 3:349, 3:350n

Neave, Cicely (later, Slade), 1:170n

Neave, Richard Digby, 3:196, 3:197n

Neiman, Fraser, 1:xvii. See also Essays, Letters, and Reviews (MA, Neiman ed., 1960)

Nelson, Lord, 1:78, 1:79n

Nelson, Sidney, 1:320n

Nerval, Gérard de, 1:149n

Nettleship, Henry, 4:73n; on Dick, 4:73; letters to (1876–80), 4:356, 4:357–58; support for, 4:358

Nettleship, Matilda Steel, 4:356n

Neubaur, Adolf, 4:226, 4:227n, 4:236–37

Nevill, Lady Dorothy Fanny, 6:26n; letters to (1881–85), 6:38; letters to (1886–88), 6:140–41, 6:225, 6:264, 6:297, 6:326; mentioned, 6:25, 6:271; visit with, 6:265

Nevill, Reginald Henry, 6:26n

Nevill, Rose, 6:42, 6:43n

Nevill, Violet, 6:42, 6:43n

New, Herbert, 1:344

New America (Dixon), 3:171, 3:172n

Newbery, Mr (unidentified), 5:322

Newcastle, duke of (Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham Clinton), 1:413, 1:414, 1:415n, 1:418, 1:452n, 3:198n

Newcastle Commission: appointment to, 1:413, 1:414, 1:416; description of, 1:xiv, 1:xxxv, 1:418–20; diary entries on, 1:419, 1:426–27, 1:429, 1:431, 1:434, 1:436–38, 1:440, 1:442–43, 1:448, 1:451, 1:453, 1:456–58, 1:462–63, 1:465, 1:468–69, 1:473, 1:475, 1:477, 1:480, 1:488, 1:491, 1:494, 1:496–97; leave of absence for, 2:1; letters mentioning travel and work for, 1:421–22, 1:425, 1:430–31, 1:432–33, 1:441, 1:443–50, 1:452, 1:454–55, 1:460–61, 1:463–64, 1:466, 1:470–71, 1:473–74, 1:478, 1:482, 1:483, 1:484–85, 1:489, 1:492, 1:493–95; members of, 1:135n, 1:194n, 2:53n; report on: See The Popular Education of France (MA)

New Code, mentioned, 5:296

New College, 2:36

Newcome, Amelia Wood, 4:49, 4:50n, 6:316

Newcome, Edward Clough, 4:49, 4:50n

Newdigate, Charles, 3:450

New Englander (journal), 2:475n

New Jersey, places visited in: Jersey City, 5:365, 5:366–68; Princeton University, 5:325, 5:331, 5:332–33

Newman, Francis William, 1:115n; changes in, 2:120; Essays in Criticism sent to, 2:393; as influence, 3:370, 5:343; on list of academicians, 6:263n; meeting with, 5:93–95; mentioned, 1:133n, 2:41, 2:66n, 2:68, 2:78, 2:86, 2:88, 2:116, 2:129, 2:178, 2:182, 2:198, 2:324, 2:383, 2:388, 5:70, 5:131, 6:100; references to, 2:432n; Stanley on, 1:115; Stephen on, 2:348n; writings of, 1:172, 1:173n, 1:517, 1:519, 2:80, 2:81n, 2:312

Newman, John Henry: associates of, 1:60n; discussion of, 1:li, 1:59; family of, 1:115n; as influence, 1:51–52n, 4:71, 4:123; on Isaiah book, 4:303; letters from (1871–75), 4:125; letters to (1866–70), 3:222–23; letters to (1871–75), 4:70–72, 4:96, 4:107, 4:123–24, 4:301; mentioned, 1:297, 1:309; support for, 1:45–46, 1:50–51, 1:103n, 1:145n; writings of, 1:517–18, 3:222–23

New Monthly Magazine, 2:398

Newnham College, 2:365, 3:86n

New Poems (1867, MA): advertisements of, 3:179; comments on, 3:162; distribution of, 3:164n, 3:174, 3:184, 3:250, 3:251, 3:252, 3:254; “Heine’s Grave” in, 2:247n; mentioned, 3:212, 3:214; negotiations on, 2:342, 2:343n, 3:142; “Obermann Once More” in, 3:124n; payment for, 3:318–19; “The Persistency of Poetry” in, 3:124n; proofs of, 3:143; publication of, 3:137, 3:164; responses to, 3:191; reviews of, 3:173, 3:175, 3:176–77, 3:183; “Rugby Chapel” in, 3:168, 3:169n; sales of, 3:174n, 3:191, 3:226

New Quarterly Review, 1:391, 1:392

New Republic, 4:366

“New Rome” (MA), 4:159–60, 4:162

New Shakspere Society, 4:201n, 4:213n, 4:236

“The New Sirens” (MA): excerpt of, 1:137–38; meaning of, 6:5; publication of, 4:279, 4:280, 4:338, 4:355; reprinting of, 3:354; responses to, 1:136; writing linked to, 1:153n

newspapers: on American tour, 1:lii, 5:304, 5:308, 5:313, 5:317–18, 5:327, 5:337–38, 5:339–40, 5:345, 5:358, 5:374, 5:381, 5:382–83, 5:387, 5:390–91, 5:405; American vs. English, 6:115, 6:173, 6:192–93, 6:197; English, absent in America, 5:348; opinion of, 5:4, 5:385n; unread, 5:182. See also letters to the editor; specific newspapers

Newton, Ann Mary, 1:509–10n

Newton, Charles Thomas, 1:509, 1:509–10n, 2:146

Newton, Richard Heber: letters to (1881–85), 5:320

New York, places visited in: general description of, 5:375–76; Adirondacks, 6:186, 6:188, 6:189; Albany, 5:393, 5:399, 5:400; Aurora, 5:376, 5:378; Binghamton, 5:370, 5:371n; Brooklyn, 5:370, 5:373, 5:393; Elizabethtown, 6:186; Hamilton, 5:376, 5:385; Niagara Falls, 5:378–79, 6:163–64, 6:168. See also Buffalo (N.Y.); New York City

New York City: arrival in, 5:313–14; Decoration (Memorial) Day in, 6:154–55; lectures in, 5:314, 5:316, 5:321, 5:330–31, 5:365, 5:370, 5:373, 5:377, 5:393, 5:400, 5:402, 5:403–4, 5:403n, 5:405

New York Daily Tribune: on American tour, 5:387n; on Civilization in the United States, 6:364n; on Discourses in America, 6:60, 6:61n, 6:62, 6:63–64; interview in, 5:407–8; on Irish issues, 6:180n; on MA’s departure, 5:408–9; on poetry, 5:377n

New York Evening Post, 5:318, 6:176, 6:310

New York Herald, 5:311, 5:340

New York Public Library, 1:xli

New York Times, 3:144n, 6:80, 6:81n

New York Tribune: on American lectures, 5:340; Chicago hoax and, 5:417n, 5:421, 6:373–77; correspondents for, 5:35–36n, 5:100n, 5:340; editor of, 6:81n; on “A Liverpool Address,” 5:234

New Zealand: Bowen as governor of, 1:355n; convicts in, 1:212; Tom in, 1:72–74, 1:77; Tom’s reminiscences of, 2:43, 2:60–61, 2:78. See also Alexander Turnbull Library (Wellington, New Zealand)

New Zealand Company, 1:74n

The Next of Kin (Falconer), 2:180n

Nichol, John, 1:xxxiv

Nicholls, Miss (unidentified), 2:156

Nicholls, Fanny: Budge’s care and, 1:474; inheritance for, 4:31; living arrangements of, 3:64, 3:138, 4:50, 4:109; on Lucy, 1:470; mentioned, 1:222, 1:308, 1:341, 1:433, 1:471, 2:156, 2:194, 2:310, 2:482, 3:50, 3:54, 3:56, 3:256, 4:69, 4:83; position of, 1:222–23n; Tom’s care and, 1:391, 1:476, 2:49, 2:51, 2:140, 2:357–58; visits with, 3:257, 4:80, 4:388, 5:250

Nicholls, Isabella, 5:250

Nichols, George Ward, 5:392, 5:394

Nichols, Maria Longworth, 5:392, 5:394

Nicholson, E. B.: letters to (1871–75), 4:135; letters to (1881–85), 5:174–75

Nicholson, Edward Williams Byron: letters to (1866–70), 3:335–36

Nicholson, R. H. Bouchier: letters to (1886–88), 6:293

Niebuhr, Amelia. See Rathgen, Amelia Niebuhr

Niebuhr, Barthold Georg, 2:452, 3:7, 3:8n, 4:67

Nightingale, Florence, 5:5n, 6:250n

Nigra, Count, 6:30n

Nineteenth Century: contributors to, 5:53n; editor of, 3:342n, 4:197n; “Falkland” in, 4:177n, 4:354n; founding of, 4:345n; “The French Play in London” in, 5:43n; “A ‘Friend of God’” in, 6:215n; “From Easter to August” in, 6:302, 6:304, 6:310; “The Future of Liberalism” in, 4:444n, 5:73n, 5:94, 5:95n; “A Guide to English Literature” in, 4:336n; “The Incompatibles” in, 5:142n; on Irish issues, 6:180n, 6:182; Isaiah of Jerusalem in, 1:xli, 5:208n, 5:261; “Literature and Science” in, 5:203n, 5:220; “A Liverpool Address” in, 5:231n, 5:234; mentioned, 5:63, 5:90, 6:8, 6:207, 6:247, 6:286, 6:339; “The Nadir of Liberalism” in, 6:113n, 6:226; “Numbers” in, 5:401, 5:412; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 5:119; on Robert Elsmere (Ward), 6:363n; “Shelley” in, 6:232n; “S.S. ‘Lusitania’” in, 5:120n; Tennyson’s poem in, 5:92; “Up to Easter” in, 6:275n, 6:277; “Westminster Abbey” in, 5:190; “A Word about America” in, 5:47n, 5:219, 5:445n; “A Word More about America” in, 5:445n, 6:19, 6:21; “The Zenith of Conservatism” in, 6:215n. See also Knowles, James Thomas

Nineteenth Century Club (U.S.), 5:367

Nisard, Jean Marie Napoléon Désiré, 2:414, 2:415n

Nitzsch, Gregor Wilhelm, 4:169

Noble, Mr (unidentified), 5:440

Noel, Roden Berkeley Wriothesley: letters to (1871–75), 4:142; mentioned, 6:23n

Noel, Victoria (later, Lady Buxton), 6:22, 6:23n, 6:261

Nokes, Mrs, 1:80

Nonconformist: editor of, 2:53n; on educational issues, 2:282; on Essays in Criticism, 2:396; on MA, 2:370, 3:158, 3:159n; mentioned, 2:284, 3:263; on New Poems, 3:173; on Poems (1869), 3:366; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:370, 3:371n, 3:379, 3:380n. See also Miall, Edward

Nonconformists: admission to Oxford and, 3:25n; Culture and Anarchy on, 3:310, 3:316; educational issues and, 3:240; influence on, 3:325; Irish issues and, 6:330–31; Liberal defeat and, 4:194–95; on MA’s writings, 3:414; mentioned, 2:472, 3:306, 3:315n; opinion of, 2:13, 3:318, 3:328, 3:464, 4:115–16; opposition to, 4:106; schools of, 2:193n, 3:287. See also Dissenters

Nordheimer Hall (Montreal), 5:399n

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

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

Norfolk, school inspections in, 3:27, 3:101, 3:103–4, 3:138–39, 3:142

Norman, Ludwig, 4:77n

Normanby, Lord (Constantine Henry Phipps), 1:95, 1:96n, 1:106n

Norman conquest, 2:329

Norman-Neruda, Wilma Maris Francisca, 4:76, 4:77n, 4:80, 4:83, 6:84

Norman (nurse), 1:351n, 1:379

Norris (doctor), 2:55n

Norris (unidentified), 3:120

Norris family, 2:54

Norris, J., 4:426n

Norris, John Pilkington, 2:343

North, Thomas, 1:263, 1:265n

North American Review: on Clough and MA, 1:269n; editors of, 3:275n, 6:180n, 6:332n; Gladstone’s writing in, 5:63; on MA, 2:187, 2:188n, 2:189, 2:471, 2:472n; mentioned, 5:10; on Mixed Essays, 5:46, 5:47n; on The Popular Education of France, 2:96, 2:97n; reading of, 3:232. See also Norton, Charles Eliot

North British Review: contributors to, 3:58n, 3:112n, 3:117–18, 3:122; on Essays in Criticism, 2:390, 2:394, 2:398, 2:407, 2:467n; on MA’s lectures, 2:142, 2:143n; on MA’s poetry, 1:266; “Pet Marjorie” (Brown) in, 2:256n, 2:259; readership of, 2:471; on Wordsworth, 2:340, 2:341n

Northbrooke, Lord (Thomas George Baring), 6:12, 6:261

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

Northcote, Stafford Henry, 2:137n; Coleridge on, 6:340n; mentioned, 6:17; Revised Code and, 2:136; Schools Inquiry Commission and, 2:362; secretary to, 3:183n

North Leach Church, 1:55

Northwick, Lord (George Rushout-Bowles), 3:357, 3:358n

Norton family, 6:174, 6:190–91

Norton, Lord. See Adderley, Charles Bowyer (Lord Norton)

Norton, Charles Eliot, 3:275n; acquaintances of, 6:191n; Clough on, 1:269n; Emerson lecture and, 5:334n; family of, 6:198n; invitation from, 6:148; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1866–70), 3:274–75; letters to (1881–85), 5:224–25, 5:282, 5:333, 5:336, 5:372–73, 5:401, 5:453–54; letters to (1886–88), 6:144–45, 6:161–62, 6:172, 6:195–96, 6:238–39, 6:303–4; mentioned, 3:325, 5:320, 5:327, 5:345, 5:460, 6:189; visits with, 1:113n, 5:322, 5:343, 6:174; works: Correspondence between Goethe and Carlyle, 6:270n. See also Nation; North American Review

Norton, George Chapple, 1:367n

Norton, Lily, 6:235–36, 6:304

Norton, Richard, 6:172, 6:195

Norton, Sara (“Sally”), 5:454, 5:460, 6:196, 6:304

Norwich: description of, 2:87; Jane on, 1:160; judicial circuit at, 2:226

The Note-Books of Matthew Arnold (Lowry, Young, and Dunn), 1:xxxv

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

Novara Campaign, 1:449

novels: list to read, 5:194; panoramas for, 3:427; read but not recommended, 4:386, 4:387n; reading of, 3:12n, 3:225; recommendations on, 2:160, 2:169, 3:404; request for, 4:412; Tom’s writing on, 2:347, 2:348n, 2:483, 2:484. See also specific novel writers

Novikoff, Olga Alexeena, 5:173n; letters to (1881–85), 5:173–74, 5:189

Nowell, Alexander, 6:98, 6:99n

Nuffield, A. W.: letter from (1886–88), 6:343

Nugent, “Mountain Jim,” 6:218, 6:219n

“Numbers” (MA): as American lecture, 5:302, 5:304, 5:305, 5:314, 5:316, 5:321, 5:324, 5:347, 5:354, 5:380, 5:381n, 5:389, 5:390, 5:391, 5:395n, 5:399n; publication of, 5:401, 5:412; references in, 6:226; report on, 5:323–24

Nutt, Alfred: letters to (1881–85), 6:103

Nutt, David: letters to (1881–85), 6:103

Nutt, John William, 5:28, 5:29n

Oakeley, Frederick, 3:384n

Oakley, John: letters to (1866–70), 3:371–72

“Obermann” (MA), 3:371n, 5:326

“Obermann Once More” (MA): mentioned, 3:252; publication of, 3:124n; responses to, 3:191, 3:192n, 3:209; translation of, 3:176, 3:178; writing of, 3:189, 3:341

O’Brien, Aubrey, 6:345

O’Brien, Donough, 1:165n

O’Brien, Edward William, 4:173n, 5:69–70

O’Brien, Florence Mary Arnold-Forster (“Flo”): birth of, 1:267n; gifts from, 3:97, 3:100; health/illnesses of, 3:163, 3:243, 3:323, 6:339; letters from (1881–85), 5:307; letters to (1871–75), 4:128; living arrangements of, 6:22; marriage of, 5:282n; mentioned, 1:517n, 2:78, 3:155, 4:39–40, 5:60, 5:476, 6:10, 6:17, 6:94, 6:107, 6:113, 6:274; Nelly’s visit with, 6:66, 6:69; travels of, 5:239; visits with, 4:109, 4:112, 5:5, 5:6, 5:13, 6:278, 6:345; on Walter Arnold, 1:liv; works: Francis Déak, 5:103; Irish Journal, 5:245n

O’Brien, Julia Mary Garth Marshall: letters to (1871–75), 4:214–15; letters to (1876–80), 5:69–70; marriage of, 4:173n, 5:69–70; mentioned, 4:173

O’Brien, Lucy, 1:160

O’Brien, Nelly, 6:271

O’Brien, Robert Vere (“Robin”), 5:282n, 6:66, 6:69, 6:278, 6:345

O’Brien, William, 6:321n

O’Connell (unidentified), 5:413

O’Connor, Feargus, 1:100n, 1:108, 1:110n

O’Connor, Joseph, 6:166n

O’Connor, William Douglas: letters to (1866–70), 3:73

O’Conor (or O’Connor), Charles Patrick: book of, 4:274–75; interest in, 4:435; pension for, 5:34, 5:36–37, 5:38, 5:147, 5:150, 5:154, 5:155, 5:165, 5:167, 5:168, 5:169; recommendation for, 4:268–69. See also “A Deptford Poet” (MA)

O’Curry, Eugene, 2:374, 2:382, 3:19

The Odyssey (Homer): allusions to, 1:250n; commentary on, 4:169; reading of, 2:162, 6:82; translations of, 1:133n, 2:105n, 2:109, 2:116, 2:139, 2:166, 5:9, 5:10, 5:11n, 5:413

Oecumenical Council, 3:373, 3:373n, 3:375n

Offenbach, Jacques, 1:439n

O’Flaherty, Edmund, 1:291, 1:292n

Ogilvy, David, 3:152n

Ogilvy, David William Stanley (Lord Airlie). See Airlie, Lord (David William Stanley Ogilvy)

Ogilvy, Henrietta Blanche, 3:151, 3:152n

Ogilvy, Kitty Edith Blanche, 6:261, 6:262n

Ogle, Harriet Anne (later, Balguy), 2:89, 2:90–91n, 2:154, 2:157, 2:266, 4:83, 4:388

Ogle, John Savile, 5:176

O’Hagan, Alice Towneley, 5:268, 5:269n

O’Hagan, Thomas (Lord Chancellor of Ireland), 3:358, 5:268, 5:269n

Ohio, places visited in: Cincinnati, 5:391–92, 5:394–95; Oberlin, 5:379; Rookwood Pottery, 5:392n, 5:394. See also Cleveland (Ohio)

O’Kane (journalist), 2:241n

Okeover, Haughton Charles, 5:448, 5:449n

“An Old Playgoer at the Lyceum” (MA), 5:273

“An Old Playgoer on ‘Impulse’” (MA), 5:273

Oliphant, Laurence, 1:219–20, 6:205, 6:216

Oliver, Mr, 5:419

Oliver, Daniel, 3:77n

Oliver, John: letters to (1886–88), 6:337

Ollendorff, Heinrich Gottfried, 1:158, 1:164n

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

Once a Week (journal), 1:510n, 1:512, 2:162, 3:292n

O’Neill, Baroness (Elizabeth Grace Torrens), 5:162

O’Neill, Baron (William Chichester), 5:162

“One Lesson” (MA), 3:322

“On Poetry” (MA), 4:428–29, 4:445

“On the Modern Element in Literature” (MA): as lecture, 1:369, 1:370n; publication of, 3:298n, 3:312–13; responses to, 3:314

On the Study of Celtic Literature (MA): appearance of, 3:146; availability of, 5:236; delay in, 2:413; distribution of, 3:145, 3:146–47, 3:149, 3:180, 3:204, 3:304, 4:266; impetus for, 3:29, 3:48; introduction to, 3:30n; preface to, 3:75, 3:134, 3:137; proofs of, 3:19, 3:21, 3:113, 3:115, 3:118, 3:139–40; publication of, 2:379n, 3:5–6n, 3:33–34, 3:46, 3:101, 3:115; “puffs” at end of, 3:411; remnants of, 4:291, 4:294; responses to, 3:42, 3:44–45, 3:57, 3:292, 3:406; reviews of, 3:160; sales of, 4:167; writing of, 2:382–83. See also Celtic language and literature

On Translating Homer (MA): availability of, 5:70; editions and reprints of, 2:478; hexameters in, 1:271n; as lectures, 2:32–33, 2:36, 2:41, 2:42, 2:43; mentioned, 2:83, 2:84, 6:220; motto of, 2:129; proofs of, 2:46; publication of, 2:39; references in, 1:357n, 2:315, 2:432n, 3:179n; responses to, 2:52–53, 2:54–56, 2:67–69, 2:355; reviews of, 2:65, 2:66–67, 2:66n, 2:86, 2:87n, 2:88, 2:90, 2:95–96

Opéra Comique (Paris), 6:120n

Ophemert, Donald James Mackay d’ (Lord Reay), 4:342n, 4:376, 4:420, 5:80, 5:87

Ord (unidentified), 1:187

Ord, Ralph, 1:188n

Ord, William, 1:188n

Orde, James Henry, 2:226, 2:227n

Orde, Margaret Gurney, 2:226, 2:227n

Order of Commander of the Crown of Italy, 4:29

“Ordnance Maps” (MA): mentioned, 2:141n, 2:164; publication of, 2:150n, 2:165, 2:168

Oriel College: caution money and, 1:276; Corpus Christi compared to, 6:64, 6:66; fellowships of, 1:146, 1:147n; visit at, 1:312

Oriental Club, 1:252n

originality: Germans and, 4:293; reflections on, 3:73, 4:216

Original von Keller’s Zweiter Reisekarte des Schweiz (map), 1:121n, 1:139, 1:355

Orlebar family, 2:81–82, 2:146, 2:150, 3:191

Orlebar, Caroline Augusta. See Arnold, Caroline Augusta Orlebar (Edward’s wife)

Orlebar, Mary, 2:150n, 3:191, 3:192n

Orlebar, Maud, 4:446

Orlebar, Richard Longuet, 2:150

Orlebar, Sophia Parrott, 2:150

Orphan Asylum, 2:260, 3:279

Osborn, Mrs, 1:21, 1:22n

Osborne, Bernal, 6:29n, 6:316n

Osborne, Grace (later, St Albans), 6:28, 6:29, 6:315, 6:316n, 6:323, 6:324n

Osborne, Ralph Bernal, 3:130, 3:131n

Oswald, Eugene, 3:463n; letters to (1866–70), 3:462–63; letters to (1871–75), 4:216; letters to (1876–80), 4:440

Otter, Emily (Lady Belper), 2:131, 2:132n, 2:313, 3:119

Ottery St Mary (archive), 1:xliii

Ouida (Louise/Louisa Ramé/De La Ramé), Strathmore, 3:11, 3:12n, 3:13

Our American Cousin (“Lord Dundreary,” Taylor), 2:148n, 2:177, 2:389

Overstone, Lord, 2:131, 2:133

Ovid, 1:121n, 2:259, 5:472n

Owen, Hugh, 3:70n; letters to (1866–70), 3:69–70; mentioned, 3:137, 5:195; On the Study of Celtic Literature sent to, 3:147

Owen, Richard, 5:290–91

Owens College (later Victoria University): Governing Body of, 3:432, 3:433–34, 3:435; letter regarding, 3:438; organization of, 4:321

Oxford: cholera in, 1:297; school inspections in, 1:294, 2:137, 2:157; sense of place, 1:xlviii; spring in, 2:69–70, 2:142; visits to, 2:7, 2:33, 2:147, 3:149, 3:150–51, 5:422, 6:63, 6:66–67, 6:69; as way station, 1:xlix

Oxford, bishop of. See Mackarness, John Fielder (bishop of Oxford); Stubbs, William (later, bishop of Oxford); Wilberforce, Samuel (bishop of Oxford, later Winchester)

Oxford and Cambridge Club, 4:263

Oxford lectures (MA’s): attendance at, 1:389, 2:213, 2:288, 3:16, 3:44; attitude toward, 2:127; audience responses to, 1:391, 2:49, 2:213, 3:149, 3:151; on Celtic language and literature, 2:378, 2:379n, 3:9, 3:10n, 3:14, 3:21, 3:40–43, 3:46; Clough mentioned in, 2:105, 2:106n; “Culture and Its Enemies” as, 3:98n, 3:143n, 3:144–46; on Dante, 2:126, 2:130, 2:131, 2:133; “The Function of Criticism” as, 2:342–43, 2:347n, 2:348; on Guérin, 2:155, 2:157, 2:160, 2:161, 2:163, 2:165, 2:167; on Heine, 2:207, 2:211; on Homer, 2:32–33, 2:36, 2:41, 2:42, 2:43, 2:95, 2:102, 2:104, 2:116, 2:119, 2:122; invitation to, 3:43; on Joubert, 2:244, 2:245n, 2:251; language of, 1:358, 1:361–63; “The Literary Influence of Academies” as, 2:308–9, 2:322–23; “Pagan and Christian Religious Sentiment” as, 2:281n, 2:285, 2:286n, 2:287–88, 2:289, 2:291; preparations for, 1:375, 1:388, 1:408, 1:410, 2:73, 2:251, 2:280–81, 2:476, 2:479, 3:114, 3:123, 3:137; publication of, 1:515; schedules for, 2:7, 2:71, 2:74, 2:244–45, 2:460, 2:469, 3:143; tone of, 2:52–53; topics of, 1:369, 1:370n, 1:388n, 1:408, 1:414, 2:32–33, 2:75n, 2:78, 2:281n, 2:283n, 2:474

Oxford Movement, 1:140n, 2:244n

Oxford University: Board of Studies at, 6:233–34; Chartist movement and, 1:103n; Collection week at, 2:469; colleges for women at, 2:365; doctoral degrees from, 3:416, 3:417–18, 3:422, 3:423, 3:424, 3:425–26; fees of, 4:324; foreign perspective on, 2:213; history texts used at, 4:292; poetry professorship at, 1:353–54, 1:356, 1:357–58, 1:359–60, 3:50, 3:90, 3:91n, 3:101, 3:139, 3:147, 4:356–59, 6:70–72, 6:73–74, 6:77, 6:78; prize compositions at, 2:306, 3:43, 4:207n; reforms of, 1:361n, 1:363n; Regius Professors at, 2:264; scholarships at, 1:50, 3:395; tests at, 3:23, 3:24–25; tutors at, 1:211; United University Sports event and, 2:396. See also Oxford lectures (MA’s); specific colleges

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