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“Pagan and Christian Religious Sentiment” (MA): preparation of, 2:285, 2:286n, 2:287–88; publication of, 2:281n, 2:289, 2:291, 2:332; revision of, 2:289–90, 2:292

Page, Edward, 5:347, 5:348n, 5:351, 5:352

Paget, Mr (unidentified), 2:386

Paget, Augustus Berkeley, 4:156n

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

Paget, James, 6:268, 6:272

Paget, Thomas Tertius, 3:422, 3:423n

Pains Hill Cottage (Cobham, Surrey): animals and gardens at, 4:176, 4:332, 4:347–48, 4:446, 5:306, 6:6, 6:9–10, 6:19, 6:35–36, 6:40–41, 6:43, 6:68–69, 6:72–73, 6:102–3, 6:125–26, 6:129, 6:148, 6:215, 6:217, 6:219, 6:221, 6:228, 6:244, 6:248, 6:251, 6:255, 6:278, 6:281n, 6:288, 6:324; deed for, 4:148, 4:149n; description of, 4:183, 4:185, 5:32, 5:94; fondness for, 6:238–39, 6:320, 6:327; furnishings of, 6:65, 6:214; as home, 1:xlix; invitations to, 4:167–68; lack of past associations with, 4:175; moving into, 4:161, 4:164; owner of, 3:344n, 6:266; repairs at, 4:392; roof leak at, 6:112–13; stove for, 6:251; visitors to, 4:328, 4:333, 5:33, 5:151, 5:264, 5:305, 6:51, 6:72–73, 6:205, 6:210–11, 6:217–19, 6:222, 6:228

Pakington, John Somerset, 2:137n; Cecil’s motion and, 2:221; educational interests of, 2:280, 2:285; investigative committee and, 2:396; letters from (1861–65), 2:276–77; mentioned, 2:275; Revised Code and, 2:136

Palais Royal (theater), 3:43n

Palazzo Mocenigo (Venice), 1:219

Paley, Frederick Apthorp, 6:253, 6:254n

Palgrave, Francis Turner, 1:210n, 1:483n; acquaintances of, 1:127n; on Clough, 2:120, 3:78, 3:289; on Gladstone’s cabinet, 3:302n; letters from (1846–50), 1:106–7, 1:155; letters to (1851–55), 1:210; letters to (1861–65), 2:254; letters to (1866–70), 3:176, 3:321–22; letters to (1871–75), 4:28, 4:119; letters to (1876–80), 5:1; letters to (1881–85), 5:460–61; MA on, 1:xxviii; on “Marcus Aurelius,” 2:370; MA’s poetry and, 4:37; mentioned, 1:37, 2:98, 2:214, 2:259, 2:371, 2:382, 3:20, 4:433; New Poems sent to, 3:250; Poems of Wordsworth (MA) sent to, 5:51; positions for, 4:358n, 4:359n, 6:67, 6:69, 6:70–71, 6:72, 6:73–74, 6:77; quoted, 4:426; resignation of, 5:460, 5:461n; 1848 Revolution and, 1:100n; on Worthsworth book, 5:44, 5:62; works: Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics, 2:91, 2:92n, 2:115n; Lyrical Poems, 4:28n, 4:37n; Visions of England, 5:178

Palgrave, Mrs Francis Turner, 4:119

“Palladium” (MA), 3:322

Pall Mall Budget, 6:173, 6:180n

Pall Mall Gazette (P. M. G.): “At the Princess’s” in, 5:237n, 5:243, 5:260n; on Beecher, 6:69; contributors to, 3:19n, 3:192, 3:224, 3:392; criticism of, 5:416, 6:262; “Culture and Its Enemies” in, 3:114n; on Curtius’s History of Greece, 3:282–83, 3:286, 3:287, 4:30; “A Deptford Poet” in, 4:270, 5:150, 5:165–66, 5:169; editors of, 3:430–31n, 4:22n, 5:93n, 5:94, 5:411; on England and the Italian Question, 3:432, 3:433n; “A First Requisite for Church Reform” in, 3:411n, 3:413, 3:415; founding of, 2:191n; on free schools commission report, 6:203n; “A French Elijah” in, 4:67, 4:69; on French lycées, 3:280; “A French Worthy” in, 5:234n, 5:238, 5:241–42; Friendship’s Garland (parts) in, 3:346n; “Geist” in, 3:57; “George Sand” in, 5:443n; “German and English Universities” in, 3:256, 3:257n; “German Letters on English Education” in, 4:364n; on Grant Duff’s book, 3:64; “Hamlet Once More” in, 5:458n; lawsuit against, 4:135; letters in, 3:70n, 3:71, 3:86–87, 3:89; letters to the editor of, 2:480, 2:481, 2:482–83, 2:484, 3:439–43, 6:113–14; Lewes-Huxley debate in, 3:192; “The Mansion-House Meeting” in, 3:4n; marriage notices in, 5:474; on MA’s Celtic paper, 3:22–23; mentioned, 3:4, 3:9, 3:62, 3:66, 3:233, 3:234n, 3:250, 3:406, 3:424–25, 3:450, 4:146, 4:162, 4:216, 4:339, 5:136, 5:203, 5:255, 6:197, 6:213; morning edition of, 3:398n, 3:408, 3:410; on music in schools, 4:24n, 4:26; on “My Countrymen,” 3:7, 3:8n, 3:19–20, 3:22, 3:26; “An Old Playgoer at the Lyceum” in, 5:273; “An Old Playgoer on ‘Impulse’” in, 5:273; payment from, 3:256, 3:457, 4:73; “Prussian Tenant Right” in, 3:87n, 3:88, 3:89–90; reputation of, 2:443, 2:483, 6:54, 6:312, 6:333; on Russia, 6:37–38; “Savings Banks in Schools” in, 4:238; on school holidays, 3:145–46; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:245, 3:251–52n; on Selected Poems (1878), 4:419, 4:420; “Sinner’s” writing in, 4:219; staff of, 2:208n, 5:245n; subscription to, 6:213–14; theatrical reviews in, 1:90n; on transvestites’ trial, 3:414n; on university examinations, 4:12. See also Morley, John; Stead, William Thomas; Thompson, Henry Yates

Palmer, Bertha Honoré: letters to (1881–85), 5:429

Palmer, Courtland, 5:367

Palmer, Edwin: letters to (1871–75), 4:119; letters to (1876–80), 4:358; mentioned, 1:128n, 2:133, 3:162

Palmer, Ellen Margaret Wellman, 5:293n

Palmer, George Herbert, 5:293n

Palmer, Potter, 5:365n, 5:429n

Palmer, Roundell, 1:111n; A French Eton for, 2:313; letters from (1866–70), 3:136; letter to committee of (1866–70), 3:291; meeting with, 1:109; mentioned, 2:134n; support for, 3:291; Taunton Commission and, 2:364

Palmerston, Lord (Henry John Temple): appointments by, 2:243; biography of, 3:448; death of, 2:465, 2:467n; degree of, 2:147; dismissal of, 1:234; mentioned, 2:149; politics of, 2:270; resignation of, 1:384n; Revised Code and, 2:299; scandal concerning, 2:240, 2:241n

Panizzi, Anthony: letters to (1861–65), 2:284

pantomimes: description of, 2:283n; mentioned, 4:2, 4:3, 4:140; performances of, 2:119n, 2:120, 2:357, 2:358n, 2:484; “reign of,” 2:345

Papal Aggression question, 1:194, 1:195, 1:212

Pape-Carpantier, Marie, 1:437, 1:439n

Papers for the Schoolmaster, 2:155

Paradise Lost (Milton): allusions to, 1:112, 1:113n, 1:157n, 1:189n, 1:210n, 1:465n, 3:48–49n, 4:103n; examinations on, 2:329

Paravicini, Francis de: as Dick’s tutor, 4:251n, 4:253, 4:265; letters to (1876–80), 4:324

Paris: German siege of, 3:434, 3:453n, 3:454; law of enforcements in, 3:37; military mobilization in, 1:441–42, 1:444–45; newspapers in, 1:488, 1:489n; Protestant Synod in, 4:131n; Rome compared to, 4:436; ruins of, after Franco-Prussian War, 4:46; scandals in, 1:496n; travel expenses in, 6:137; Universal Exhibition in, 1:436, 1:438n, 4:414n, 4:419–20; visits to, 1:28–31, 2:404, 4:163, 6:118–20. See also Académie Française

Parish Magazine, 6:322

Park, Frederick William, 3:413, 3:414n

Parker, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1861–65), 2:223

Parker, Charles Stuart: letters to (1866–70), 3:17

Parker, Henry Elijah, 5:329n

Parker, John Henry, 3:192, 4:156

Parker, John William, Jr., 1:308n; letters to (1851–55), 1:307–8, 1:310, 1:311; letters to (1856–60), 2:39; mentioned, 1:313

Parker, John William, Sr.: letters to (1856–60), 2:9–10, 2:11; mentioned, 1:308n, 3:171

Parker, Joseph, 4:333

Parkes, Bessie Rayner, 1:338n; letters to (1856–60), 1:338; letters to (1861–65), 2:211

Parkes, Henry, 5:194n; letters to (1881–85), 5:194, 5:437

Parkinson-Fortescue, Chichester Samuel (Lord Carlingford), 2:374n; leave for American tour and, 5:294, 5:303; letters to (1871–75), 4:196, 4:274–75; letters to (1881–85), 5:284–85; mentioned, 3:237; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:154; recommendation from, 3:136; Tom’s career and, 2:373; wife’s death and, 5:42, 5:43n

Parkman, Francis, 5:336n

Parnell, Charles Stewart: arrest of, 5:170n, 5:173n; Home Rule plan and, 6:109, 6:115, 6:150, 6:170; letters from (1876–80), 5:99; mentioned, 6:18, 6:160, 6:178, 6:182–83

Parnell, Thomas, 5:99

Parrott, Sophia (later, Orlebar), 2:150

Parry, Edward, 5:75, 5:76n

Parsons, John Edward, 6:189, 6:190n

Parsons, Lawrence (Lord Rosse), 3:423

Parsons, Theophilus, 3:446, 3:447n

Partridge, Richard, 2:170, 2:171n

Pascal, Blaise, 4:395

Pasley, Thomas, 1:60n, 3:180n

Pass, William, 1:234n

Passages from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold (1880): corrections to, 4:428n, 4:429; distribution of, 5:91, 5:96n, 5:98n, 5:165; editions and reprints of, 5:315; mentioned, 5:340; payment for, 5:101, 5:102n; preparation of, 5:84

Pater, Walter, 2:299n, 4:359n

Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 2:281n; acquaintances of, 5:36n; autograph of, 2:280; letters to (1871–75), 4:248; mentioned, 3:177

Paton, Allan Park: letters to (1861–65), 2:359

patriotism, reflections on, 5:277–78

Pattison, Emilia Frances Strong, 6:53–54n

Pattison, Rev. John Coleridge, 4:109, 4:110n

Pattison, Mark, 1:431n; essays of, 2:63n; as examiner, 1:127n; letters to (1861–65), 2:50; letters to (1876–80), 4:303–4, 5:44; mentioned, 3:30n, 4:330, 4:412; on Mixed Essays, 5:31, 5:34; report of, 1:419, 1:430–31, 3:200; romantic intrigues of, 4:412–13n, 6:53–54n

Pattison, Meta Bradley, 4:412n

Paul (saint), 5:6, 5:345–46. See also St Paul and Protestantism (MA)

Paul, Charles Kegan, 3:381n; letters to (1866–70), 3:381; letters to (1886–88), 6:270, 6:283; mentioned, 6:322; as publisher, 5:43; on St Paul and Protestantism, 4:52, 4:53n

Pausanias, 1:367, 1:372, 1:377

Paw Claudian (Burnand), 5:436n

Payen (inspector), 1:469n

Payn, James, 4:370

Payne, Charles Gillies, 2:82

Payne, Emily Mary (later, Grimshaw), 2:82

Payne, John, 4:42n; letters to (1871–75), 4:41–42, 4:45; letters to (1876–80), 5:31; translations of, 5:31

Payne, William Morton, 5:417n

Peace of Münster, 6:335–36

Peachey, James: letters to (1851–55), 1:197

Peacock, Thomas Brower, 5:242n; letters to (1881–85), 5:242, 5:430; letters to (1886–88), 6:300

Peacock, Thomas Love, 5:242n

Pearce, Edward Robert (later, Pearce-Edgcumbe): letters to (1886–88), 6:327

Pearson, Agnes Minna (later, Venables), 6:308–9

Pearson, Charles Henry, 2:175n

Pearson, Col. George Falconer, 3:182, 3:183n

Pearson, Hugh, 1:141–42n; mentioned, 1:141, 2:244n, 4:337, 5:176; on Stanley, 5:185, 5:186

Pécaut, Félix, 6:227n; letters to (1886–88), 6:239–40; opinion of, 6:227

Peel, Adelaide Dugdale, 3:151, 3:152n

Peel, Arthur Wellesley, 3:151, 3:152n, 6:269n

Peel, Mrs Arthur Wellesley, 6:268, 6:269n

Peel, Cassels & Co. (Bombay), 4:258n

Peel, John, 3:20, 3:119

Peel, Lawrence, 1:333, 1:334n, 4:209–10

Peel, Robert, 1:195n, 1:334n, 2:465, 3:151, 3:152n

Pegram, Mary Evans (later, Anderson), 5:360, 5:361n, 5:362, 5:433, 6:301

Pélissier, Jean Jacques, 1:485, 1:486n

Pelly, Henry C., 4:369n

Pelly, Lewis: letters to (1876–80), 5:43

Pemberton, Mr (unidentified), 3:271, 3:272n

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

Pembroke Dock School, 5:257

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

penal reform, 3:369n

Pendleton, George Hunt, 6:87n, 6:89, 6:90, 6:104

Pendleton, Mrs George Hunt, 6:86, 6:87n, 6:89, 6:90, 6:104, 6:106

Penn, William, 3:380

Pennell, Rosamond (later, Croker), 3:261

Pennsylvania, places visited in: Pittsburgh, 6:181. See also Philadelphia (Pa.)

Pennsylvania (journal), 6:157n

Penrice, Jane (later, Benson), 5:250

Penrose, Brigadier, 1:xxxviii

Penrose, C. Lydia (MA’s aunt): letters to (1829–1840), 1:34–35, 1:36; mentioned, 1:19

Penrose, Charles, 1:67, 1:68n, 2:59, 2:62, 2:157

Penrose, Charles (Mary’s uncle), 2:36, 2:37n

Penrose, Charles Thomas, 2:150n

Penrose, Elizabeth Cartwright (MA’s cousin), 1:5n; letters to (1866–70), 3:107; mentioned, 1:4

Penrose, Elizabeth (MA’s aunt), 1:68n

Penrose, Ellen Philott, 3:401

Penrose, Emily, 1:37n

Penrose, Francis Cranmer (“Frank”), 1:37n; father’s legacy and, 2:157; fishing with, 1:36; mentioned, 1:415, 2:124, 3:354, 6:197

Penrose, Jane (MA’s aunt): death of, 1:68n; letters (general), 1:liii–liv; letters to (1829–1840), 1:32–35, 1:36; mentioned, 1:508, 1:509n, 2:396, 3:45, 3:48, 3:51, 3:57, 3:354, 3:356

Penrose, John (father), 1:68n; death of, 1:489; illness of, 1:415; mentioned, 1:107n, 3:379; wife of, 1:5n

Penrose, John (son), 1:36–37n, 1:68n; fishing with, 1:36; school of, 3:64, 3:65n; travel with, 1:69; visit with, 5:95; wife of, 3:401n

Penrose, Mary. See Arnold, Mary Penrose (MA’s mother)

Penrose, Susanna Brooke: letters to (1829–40), 1:36; letters to (1841–45), 1:47n; marriage of, 1:67–68n; residence of, 2:159, 4:103

Penrose, Thomas Trevenen (MA’s uncle), 1:67–68n; book for, 1:277, 1:300; death of, 2:148; legacy of, 2:150, 2:157; letters (general), 1:92n; letters to (1829–40), 1:17; letters to (1846–50), 1:66–67; Mary’s estate planning and, 1:519; mentioned, 1:5n, 1:142n, 1:313, 1:339, 2:5, 2:116; present for, 2:51

Pentonhook, visit to, 1:79, 1:154

Peper Harrow, mentioned, 5:465, 5:466n, 5:467

Pepper, John Henry, 3:245

Pepper, William: letters to (1886–88), 6:158; on MA’s speech, 6:157–58n; on MA’s visit, 6:158–59n; visit with, 6:157n

Pericles, 2:15, 4:413

Peril (Scott and Stephenson), 4:392

Périn (unidentified), 2:411

Perkins, Charles Callahan, 5:348n

Perkins, Frances Davenport Bruen: letters to (1881–85), 5:348–49

Perowne, John James Stewart: letters to (1881–85), 6:49

Perrault, C. O., 5:396

Perry: introduction for, 6:303; mentioned, 6:299

Perry (unidentified), farm of, 6:338

Perry, Hephzibah Elizabeth Shaen, 2:447, 2:448n

Perry, Walter Copland, 2:38n; acquaintances of, 4:132; Budge’s education and, 3:459; introductions for, 6:299, 6:303; letters from (1866–70), 3:169; letters to (1856–60), 2:37–38; mentioned, 2:17, 2:26, 3:206, 3:208n, 5:259; as tutor, 3:266–67

Perry, Mrs Walter Copland, 2:447, 2:448n, 3:240n

Perry Street British school (Somers Town), 2:60

“A Persian Passion Play” (MA): in Essays in Criticism, 4:272, 4:276; influences on, 4:201; as lecture, 4:54–55, 4:62, 4:63, 4:65, 4:67, 4:69; preparation of, 4:49, 4:51, 4:52; proofs of, 4:63; publication of, 4:50n, 4:54, 4:69, 4:72, 4:253; questions about, 4:433; revision of, 4:59

“The Persistency of Poetry” (MA), 3:124n

Peter (saint), 4:156, 5:71, 5:72n

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

Peterhouse, celebration of, 5:474n

Peterson, William S., 1:xix–xx

Peter the Great, 1:461

Petrarch, 3:22n

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

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Henry. See Lansdowne, Lord (Henry Charles Petty-Fitzmaurice, earlier Lord Shelburne)

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Maud Evelyn Hamilton, 5:395n

Peyrot (inspector), 1:453n

Pfeiffer (unidentified), 2:464

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane, 4:234

Pfeiffer, Jurgen Edward: letters to (1871–75), 4:234

Pforzheimer Collection, 1:xli

Phèdre (Racine), 1:109, 1:111n

Phelps, Charlotte, 4:254

Phelps, Edward John, 6:230, 6:231n, 6:232

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart (later, Ward), 5:356, 5:357n

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

Phi Beta Kappa Society, 5:223

Phibey, Mrs, 1:408

Philadelphia Ledger, 6:180

Philadelphia (Pa.): lectures at, 5:355, 5:361, 5:365, 6:154, 6:155, 6:157–58, 6:166; remembered, 6:256; visits to, 5:355, 5:364, 5:368, 5:370, 6:156–57, 6:158–59n, 6:183

Philip Neri (saint), 2:422

Philippe, Frère (Matthieu Bransiet), 1:423n, 1:429

Philippe’s (Paris), 1:393

Philips family, 2:310, 2:476

Philips, Caroline (later, Trevelyan): letters to (1876–80), 5:69

Philips, Charlotte Delafield, 1:380n, 3:7, 3:239, 3:400, 4:88

Philips, George Morris: letters to (1886–88), 6:116

Philips, John William, 1:298, 1:299n, 1:380n

Philips, Capt. Nathaniel George, 1:380n, 3:7, 3:239, 3:445

“Philistinism/Philistines”: Irish issues and, 6:170, 6:178; used in Chicago Hoax, 5:417n; use of term, 3:70–71, 3:264, 3:359, 4:398, 5:135, 5:206, 5:277, 5:412. See also middle class

Phillips, Thomas, 1:407n, 3:232n, 5:33n

Phillips, Wendell, 5:99n, 5:357n, 5:413

Phillips Academy (Andover), 5:355, 5:356–57

Phillpotts, Henry (bishop of Exeter), 2:62, 2:63n

“Philomela” (MA), 1:324n, 5:326

Philosophical and Literary Society (Leeds), 3:252

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

phrenology, 1:336n

Pickering’s (merchant), 3:332

Pickersgill, Henry William, 1:15, 1:17n, 5:62

“A Picture at Newstead” (MA), 2:188n

Pierpont Morgan Library, 1:xli

Pigott, Edward Frederick Smyth, 4:165n; letters to (1871–75), 4:164–65; letters to (1881–85), 5:134, 5:439–40; letters to (1886–88), 6:258; mentioned, 6:24

Piguet (councillor of state), 1:477

Pilgrim’s Progress (Bunyan), 1:60n, 1:236

Pilot (journal), 4:432n

“Pimgrim’s Progress” (MA), 1:6n

Pimlico, Catholic school in, 4:259

Pindar, 2:187, 3:199, 3:285, 3:323

Pinero (theater), 6:25

Pinfold, Mrs (cook), 3:366, 3:367n

Piou, O., 1:453n

Pipe, Miss (unidentified): letters to (1881–85), 5:192

Piper, William: letters to (1866–70), 3:267–68

Pitman, Isaac, 1:275n

Pitman, Rosella: letters to (1851–55), 1:275, 1:303; letters to (1856–60), 2:32

Pitt, William, 2:465

Pitt-Rivers, Alice (later, Lubbock), 3:120n

Pius IX (pope), 2:427n, 4:162

Place, Katherine Isabella (later, Smith), 6:26, 6:27n

Planche, Gustave, 1:491, 1:492n

Plant, Miss (schoolmistress), 2:386

Plato: allusion to, 2:15n; edition at Fox How, 2:241–42; mentioned, 3:91, 5:178; reading of, 3:207, 3:259; translation of, 4:287, 4:351

Plautus, 2:230

Playfair, Lady, 5:321

Playfair, Lyon: on Ireland, 6:151; letters to (1881–85), 5:321; mentioned, 4:431n; on Wellesley College, 5:347

pleasure, reflections on, 4:113–14

Pleydell-Bouverie, Edward, 3:25

Pliny the Elder, 1:176

Plunket, Henry Patrick Coghill, 6:17, 6:18n

Plutarch: allusions to, 1:120, 1:122n; mentioned, 2:145; translations of, 1:263, 1:265n, 1:500, 1:520

Pocock, George, 3:90, 3:91n

Poems: A New Edition (MA, 1853): comments on, 1:300; contents of, 1:263n; preface to, 1:271, 1:275–76, 1:277n, 1:295n; preparations for, 1:266, 1:274–75; publisher of, 1:272–73n; responses to, 1:280–81, 1:283; reviews of, 1:283

Poems, Second Series (MA, 1855), 1:300, 1:301n, 2:131–32, 3:189

Poems (MA, 1869): arrangement of, 3:346–47; comments on, 3:321–22; payment for, 3:322–24, 3:326, 3:346; publication of, 3:341; reviews of, 3:332, 3:354, 3:371n; sales of, 3:362; title page and volume numbers of, 3:334, 3:339; translation of, 3:428

Poems (MA, 1877): “The Church of Brou” in, 4:353; distribution of, 4:366–67, 4:371–72, 4:410, 4:412; “The New Sirens” in, 3:354n, 4:339n, 4:355; payment for, 4:366–68; preparation of, 4:353n; printing of, 4:361; reviews of, 4:372n, 4:379, 4:380, 4:381, 4:433

Poems (3 vols., MA, 1885): distribution of, 6:53, 6:76, 6:110, 6:288; editions and reprints of, 6:258, 6:293, 6:294; Merope in, 6:25; negotiations on, 6:31–33; payment for, 6:43; preparation of, 6:20

The Poems of Matthew Arnold (Allott), 1:xxi

Poems of the Plains (Peacock), MA quoted in, 5:430

Poems of Wordsworth (MA): audience of, 5:46; corrections to, 5:104, 5:445; distribution of, 5:50, 5:51, 5:52, 5:61, 5:76, 5:78, 5:90; editions and reprints of, 5:60, 5:64, 5:72, 5:77; MA’s name on, 5:50, 5:51, 5:58; mentioned, 4:353–54; misprints in, 5:56–57, 5:58, 6:27–28; opinion of, 5:45; payment for, 5:13, 5:23, 5:30–31, 5:122, 6:340, 6:342; portrait in, 5:40, 5:41n, 5:50; preface to, 5:10, 5:26, 5:29, 5:44, 5:445; preparation of, 5:13, 5:14, 5:17, 5:21, 5:22–25, 5:28, 5:77; printing of, 5:41; responses to, 5:53, 5:55, 5:57, 5:64, 5:102; reviews of, 5:66, 5:68, 5:73–75, 5:119; sales of, 5:62, 5:77, 5:119, 5:169, 5:170; suggestion for, 4:435

Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold, 1:xl

poetry: apologia for, 1:xliv–xlv; books on, 1:381; Celtic, 2:335; chronological arrangement of, 5:1; effects of, 4:84, 4:118–19; examples of, 1:62, 1:113, 1:121; fragmentation in, 1:143, 1:147; goals of, 1:133, 1:245–46, 2:245; hexameters in, 1:271, 2:55, 2:56, 2:67–69, 2:96, 2:136, 2:139, 2:142, 2:246, 2:247n, 2:481, 4:249; history of Roman, 2:229; as influence, 6:296; inspiration for, 1:123; language of, 1:245–46; MA on his collected, 3:321–22; as natural, 1:130–31; payment for, 3:346; plans for, 6:114; private printing of, 1:61; prose compared to, 1:276, 5:178; realistic, to satisfy public, 5:187; reviewing contemporaries’, 3:406–7, 4:142; sincerity in, 1:337; sonnets, 4:41–42; subjectivity in, 1:lvii; as “sublimated biography,” 1:277n; time spent on, 1:402, 2:90; tone of, 1:107; as training to think and feel, 5:274; writing of, 1:xlix–l, 1:54, 1:151–52, 2:323

A Poetry-Book of Modern Poets (Edwards): MA’s poems in, 4:170, 4:403; mentioned, 5:6n

Poetry of Byron (MA): distribution of, 5:153–54, 5:159, 5:160; number of pages in, 5:120–21; payment for, 5:122, 5:125, 5:236, 6:340–41, 6:342; plans for, 5:98, 5:114; proofs of, 5:132; responses to, 5:157

The Poetry of Matthew Arnold (Tinker and Lowry), 1:xx

Poets in the Garden (Chervois-Crommelin), MA’s poems in, 5:432n

Pole, William Wesley, 2:205n

Politicia, 3:395

politics: democratic spirit in, 1:447; disruptiveness of, 1:156–57; distanced from, 1:178; engagement in, 1:94; franchise and, 1:194; mentioned, 1:143–44; religion’s role in, 4:196. See also Home Rule; Ireland; specific countries and individuals

Polk, James, 1:88n

Pollock, Jonathan Frederick, 2:217n; mentioned, 3:97, 3:346, 5:36; visits with, 2:216, 2:219, 2:225, 2:226, 3:164, 3:166

Pollock, Juliet Creed, 3:35n; letters to (1866–70), 3:35, 3:346

Pollock, William Frederick, 3:35n

Polo, Marco, 4:308, 4:309n, 4:315–16

Polygnotus, 2:181

Polytechnic, establishment of, 3:245

Pond, Maj. James Burton: on lecture, 5:322n; letters to (1881–85), 6:39; mentioned, 5:393, 5:428n, 6:35, 6:211, 6:212n

Pons, Louis, 1:3, 1:5n

Ponsonby, Louisa Anne Rose Lee Dillon, 1:206n

Ponsonby, Lady Mary Elizabeth, 6:261, 6:262n

Ponsonby, Mrs (unidentified), 1:205

Ponsonby, Spencer Cecil Brabazon (later, Ponsonby-Fane), 1:206n

Poor Law Board, 2:323, 3:52n, 3:94n, 4:304, 5:430

“Poor Mathias” (MA): distribution of, 5:251, 5:257; editions and reprints of, 5:281; influences on, 3:317n, 5:245n; parody of, 5:245; publication of, 5:241, 6:20; read on American tour, 5:326; references in, 4:50n; responses to, 5:240, 5:253; writing of, 5:233, 5:234n

Pope, Alexander: on gossip, 1:li; mentioned, 2:82n, 5:472; opinion of, 1:369, 5:178; quoted, 1:21, 1:22n; translations of, 2:94

Pope, Elizabeth, 1:36n

Pope-Hennessy, James, 2:211n

popular education: definition of, 6:66; memorandum on, 3:219, 3:220n; political effects of, 6:322–23

The Popular Education of France (MA): advertisement for, 2:47–48; diaries and, 1:xxxv; distribution of, 2:57, 2:64, 2:80, 4:64, 4:363; editions and reprints of, 5:181, 5:371; finances and, 2:170; influences on, 1:425–26n; introduction of, 2:54, 2:59, 2:62, 2:65, 2:67, 2:72, 2:342; judgments in, 2:13; mentioned, 1:422, 2:83, 2:84, 2:277, 5:129; publication of, 2:2n, 2:7, 2:8n, 2:15–16, 2:27, 2:42, 3:200; quoted by Hardy, 2:248; responses to, 2:70, 3:115, 6:370; reviews of, 2:79n, 2:82, 2:83n, 2:96, 2:97n; revising of, 2:46; sales of, 5:372n; writing of, 1:484, 1:500, 1:510, 1:514, 1:517–18, 2:1–2, 2:4–5, 2:6, 2:12–13

“Porro unum est necessarium” (MA), 4:430–31n, 5:5n, 5:6, 5:212

Porson, Richard, 2:81, 2:82n

Portal, Melville, 1:202n; letters to (1876–80), 4:416; mentioned, 1:198, 1:204, 1:205

Portal, Sophia, 3:196, 3:197n

Porter, Rev. James, 5:203n, 5:474n; letters to (1881–85), 5:202–3, 5:206, 5:473

Porter, Noah, 5:333–34n

Porte Saint Martin, performances at, 3:43n

Portland, duke of, 4:53, 6:167

Portman, Edwin, 1:190, 1:193n

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

Portsmouth, Lord (Isaac Newton Wallop), 3:228n, 5:96n

Post, Mrs (unidentified), 6:297

Poste, Rev. Beale, 1:202n

Poste, Edward, 1:200, 1:202n, 1:204, 1:275, 1:276n

Pott, Alfred (archdeacon of Berkshire), 4:13, 4:14n

Potter, Cora Urquhart, 6:264, 6:265, 6:266n, 6:278

Potter, W.: letters to (1871–75), 4:113–14

Potters Bar schools: letters to (1871–75), 4:223

Potts, Mr, 2:344n

Potts, Alexander W., 3:452n

Powell, Mrs, 1:80

Powell, Baden, 2:63n, 6:367

Power, John: letters to (1876–80), 5:38–39

Powers (unidentified), 5:423

Powles, Emma Maria (later, Grove), 1:140n

Poynter, Agnes Macdonald, 6:319, 6:321n

Poynter, Edward John, 6:319, 6:321n

Poyntz, Charlotte Frances Frederica Seymour (Lady Spencer), 5:135, 5:136n, 6:63

Poyntz, John (Lord Spencer), 3:113n, 5:136n, 6:63, 6:330

Praslin, duchess of, 1:84, 1:86n

Pratt, Anne, 3:52

Pratt, Henry Sparrow, 1:257n

Pratt, Miriam Foster Choate, 5:339

Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, 1:245n, 2:58n, 2:248n

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

Presbyterian church, 3:328, 3:330

Presbyterian Seminary (Union Theological Seminary), 5:400n, 5:402

Prescott, William H., 1:327

Press, 1:283

Preston, Mrs (unidentified), 5:272

Prévost-Paradol, 2:407, 2:417, 2:418n

Price family, 1:488, 1:490, 3:102–3, 3:106

Price (servant): difficulties with, 4:280; gardening of, 4:332; mentioned, 3:259, 3:260n, 3:341, 3:429, 4:221; outings of, 4:176; wages of, 3:308

Price, Bonamy, 1:4–5n; decisions of, 1:161; family of, 3:396n, 4:432n, 6:321n; MA’s testimonial for, 1:230; mentioned, 1:49, 1:91, 1:144, 1:145, 1:272, 2:462n, 2:469, 4:51; as political economy chair, 3:217; Rugby headmaster and, 1:48n, 1:163, 1:167; students of, 1:3; on Thomas Arnold (senior), 2:474

Price, Eliza, 5:318, 5:319n, 5:361, 6:7, 6:11, 6:18

Price, Thomas, 3:29, 3:30n

Price story, 2:461

Prichard, Constantine Estlin, 1:61, 1:62n

Prim, Juan, 3:373, 3:383, 3:386n, 4:4

Primrose, Archibald Philip. See Rosebery, earl of (Archibald Philip Primrose)

Primrose, Hannah de Rothschild, 6:12n, 6:76

Prince, Ezra Morton, 5:387, 5:388n

Prince of Wales. See Edward VII (prince of Wales)

Prince of Wales Theatre, 4:392n

Princess of Prussia (Rhine boat), 2:443

Princess of Wales. See Alexandra (princess of Wales)

Princess Theatre: manager of, 5:260n; mentioned, 1:188n, 2:266, 2:268, 3:202n; performances at, 5:237n, 5:242, 5:432n, 6:14n, 6:260n

Princeton University, 5:325, 5:331, 5:332–33

“The Principle of Examination” (MA), 2:130

Prior, Mr, 1:23

Prior, R. C. A., 3:443, 3:461, 3:462n

“The Prison” (play), 2:464

Pritchard, Mrs (servant), 1:159

Probyn, Dighton-Macnaghten, 2:271n

Probyn, Capt. George, 2:271n

Probyn, Juliana Hannah Webb (later, Spicer), 1:204, 1:206n

Probyn, May, 2:271n

Probyns, Misses, 2:269–70, 2:271n

Procter family, 3:116, 3:117n, 3:119, 3:127, 3:128n

Procter, Miss, 5:176

Procter, Adelaide A., 2:101

Procter, Anne B. Skepper, 1:438n; letters to (1881–85), 5:297; mentioned, 1:436, 5:162, 5:176

Procter, Bryan Waller, 1:438n, 2:101n

Propertius, 2:370, 3:121, 5:19

prose: attitude toward, 2:209; audience for, 4:201; correcting errors in, 4:258; difficulty of writing, 1:276; humor in, 1:l; as influence, 3:264, 6:296; insertions in, 3:102; irony in, 3:196, 3:222; as legacy, 2:303–4; literary approach to, 3:92–93; notes on, 4:9, 4:10, 4:12; persuasiveness of, 2:238; plans for, 2:165, 2:187, 2:342, 2:413, 3:83, 3:313, 3:413, 3:414n, 3:416, 5:19, 5:454–55, 6:214, 6:215n, 6:226, 6:349; poetry compared to, 1:276, 5:178; political status and, 3:261; proposed Greek textbook, 3:194, 3:260, 3:281, 3:287, 3:312, 3:323, 3:324, 3:326, 3:408–9, 3:454, 4:116, 4:369; requests for, 2:396; sales of, 3:310; style of, 1:78, 4:59, 6:110; subject vs. writer of, 2:266

Prose Passages. See Passages from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold (1880)

Protestant Female Training School, 1:468

Protestantism: doctrines of, 2:200; in France, 4:199; liberalism in American, 5:396–97; transformation of, 4:330. See also Dissenters; specific essays

Protestant School Agency, 1:449

Prothero, George, 2:93, 2:94n, 2:135

Prothero, Rowland Edmund (baron Ernle), 2:94n

Proudhon, Pierre Joseph, 4:171, 4:172n

Prussia: arbitration and, 3:62, 3:63n; army of, 1:485; education in, 3:56, 3:384, 3:442, 4:127, 4:192, 4:195; future for, 1:481–82; as opposition to France, 1:467; U.S. compared to, 2:457

“Prussian Tenant Right” (MA), 3:87n, 3:88, 3:89–90

Pruyn, Mrs, 5:399

Pryme, George, 1:251n

“A Psychological Parallel” (MA), 4:337, 4:338n, 4:340n, 4:346n

Ptolemy, 2:226

Publicola (pseud.), 3:13, 3:14n

Public Record Office (London), 1:xli

public schools and universities: administration of, 2:323–25; day pupils in, 2:470n; decimal system and, 2:144, 2:326; fee issues in, 2:284; importance for common people, 2:459; influences on, 1:336n; liberal vs. learned education in, 2:308; metric system and, 2:76; Montalembert on, 1:330; Resolutions on, 1:336–37n; Revised Code and, 2:98, 2:99–100, 2:125; state intervention in, 2:72, 2:125, 2:260, 2:282, 2:311, 2:329, 3:63, 3:93n, 6:371; subjects in, 2:89, 2:127; superintendents for, 2:14; terminology and, 1:xxiii. See also education; Newcastle Commission; Revised Code; schools; secondary education; Taunton Commission

Public Schools Bill, 3:231, 3:233

Public Schools Inquiry Commission, 3:86n

Pulteney schools, 5:159, 5:217, 5:225

Punch, 1:234n, 5:124

“Punch and Judy,” 1:409

pupil-teachers: age of, 5:279; assignments for, 2:32; examinations of, 1:227, 1:298, 1:514, 2:89, 2:95, 2:157, 2:266, 3:109, 3:170, 3:337, 3:339, 4:8, 4:200, 5:7, 5:127, 5:185, 5:299, 5:446, 6:1; influences on program, 2:132n; manual for, 4:426; number per student, 1:345, 1:353; recommendations of, 1:368; requests for, 1:275; schools appropriate for, 1:235; training for, 1:228n, 1:238; women as, 1:323. See also Committee of Council on Education; specific schools

Purchas case, 4:27–28n

Puritanism, 2:13, 3:419, 4:386. See also Dissenters; Nonconformists

“Puritanism and the Church of England” (MA): focus of, 3:379, 3:382; reprinting of, 3:405; writing of, 3:385, 3:387, 3:401

Pusey, Edward Bouverie, 1:47n, 3:262, 3:404

Putiatine, Mme, 2:17

Putyatin, Yefin V., 2:18n

Pym, Lucy K. See Deacon, Lucy K. Pym

Pythagoras, 2:276

Quakers, 3:83, 3:368, 3:388. See also Volunteer Movement

Quarterly Review: Church’s essay in, 4:32; contributors to, 3:234; editors of, 1:262n, 3:316, 3:459, 6:280; “A French Critic on Goethe” in, 4:370, 4:433; “A French Critic on Milton” in, 4:347n, 4:352, 4:433; “Lettres et Opuscules inédits du Comte Joseph de Maistre” in, 5:38n; on MA and Tennyson, 3:8; on “Marcus Aurelius,” 2:370; mentioned, 4:349, 5:104, 5:423, 6:212; Milman’s writing in, 3:456; opinion of, 4:335; on Palmerston, 3:448; payment from, 4:393; on Poems (1869), 3:332; readership of, 2:471; requests of, 5:66–67; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:432, 3:433n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:290, 3:291n, 3:292; on Talmud, 3:185, 3:193, 3:279; on On Translating Homer, 2:95, 2:96n. See also Lockhart, John Gibson; Smith, William

Quebec: interest in, 5:412; lecture and visit at, 5:395–96, 5:398, 5:399n, 5:405; remembered, 5:419, 5:425

Quebec Daily Chronicle, 5:378n

Queen’s College (Belfast), 2:112–13

Querini, Mrs (boys’ governess): letters to (1866–70), 3:21; mentioned, 1:411, 2:138, 2:295, 2:349–50, 2:381

Querini, Catherine (girls’ governess), 1:412n, 3:10, 3:15, 3:163, 3:182

Quillinan family, 1:163, 4:98n, 4:102

Quillinan, Dorothy Wordsworth (“Dora”), 1:13, 1:16n, 1:165n, 2:452

Quillinan, Edward: family of, 1:165–66n; marriage of, 1:16n; mentioned, 1:172, 1:173n, 2:154, 3:2; visits with, 1:180n

Quillinan, Jemima: books sent to, 2:387–88, 2:391, 5:51; Christmas card from, 5:369; family of, 1:166n; letters to (1861–65), 2:391; letters to (1876–80), 4:310, 5:24–25, 5:77; mentioned, 3:2, 4:98, 4:233, 4:309

Quillinan, Rotha, 1:166n, 1:180n, 2:391, 4:98, 4:310

Quimper, bishop of (René Nicolas Sergent), 1:443n, 1:447

Quin, Windham Thomas Wyndham (Lord Dunraven), 6:218