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Rachel, Mlle (Élisa Félix), 1:109, 1:111n

Racine, Jean, 1:109, 1:111n

Radcliffe, Nelly, 6:266

Radetsky de Radetz, Joseph Venceslas, 1:217, 1:218n

Rae, William Fraser: letters to (1876–80), 4:324

Ragged Schools, 1:236n, 2:12, 2:72n

Rahn, Charles: Flu’s teeth and, 1:498, 2:140; Lucy’s teeth and, 2:400, 3:111; MA’s teeth and, 2:222, 2:400, 3:111, 3:202, 3:264; mentioned, 1:412, 1:413n, 3:106

railway industry, scandals and lawsuits in, 1:149, 1:150n, 2:132

railways: London, Chatham, and Dover, 2:89; MA’s injury due to negligence of, 3:202, 3:206, 3:221, 3:227; Metropolitan, 3:323; Midland, 4:145n; West London Extension, 2:217n; wrecks of, 2:132, 2:173

Raleigh, Alexander, 3:382, 3:383n

Ralli, Jane (later, Moreton), 6:28, 6:29n

Rambler, 3:126n

Ramsay, James Andrew Broun (Lord Dalhousie), 1:339, 1:340n, 5:452, 5:453, 5:461

Ramsgate, description of, 2:140, 2:201

Randall, James (archdeacon), 1:358, 4:13, 4:14n

Randon, Marshal Count, 1:452

Ranke, Leopold von, 2:417, 2:418n

Rapallo, Nicolo: on Dick’s looks, 3:383; mentioned, 3:312n, 3:382–83, 3:384; political concerns of, 3:385, 3:386n; visits with, 3:379–80, 5:112–13

Rapet, Mlle, 5:241–42

Rapet, Jean Jacques, 1:430n; death of, 5:233; on decimal system, 2:144; Fowler’s certificate and, 4:286; God and the Bible sent to, 4:298; mentioned, 1:429, 1:434, 1:436, 1:437, 1:449, 1:457, 1:465, 2:79n, 2:88, 2:146, 2:342, 2:406; on The Popular Education of France, 2:80; remembered, 5:238, 5:241–42, 6:90; visit with, 2:142

Raphael, 1:274, 1:288, 3:264, 4:154

Rate family, 6:249

Rate, Mrs (unidentified), 6:230

Rate, Lachlan Mackintosh, 5:5n, 6:6, 6:10

Rate, Mrs Lachlan Mackintosh, 5:5, 5:161, 6:6, 6:10, 6:42

Rathbone, William: letters to (1871–75), 4:279

Rathgen, Amelia Niebuhr: letters to (1866–70), 3:105; mentioned, 3:7, 3:8n; visit with (misidentified as Cornelia), 2:452

Raumer, Friedrich Ludwig Georg von, 3:227, 3:228n

Rauwenhoff, L. W. E., 4:173n, 4:174, 4:205

Rauzan, duchess of (Claire), 1:427, 1:428n, 1:429

Rauzan, duke of (Henri Louis Chastellux), 1:428n

Ravaisson-Mollien, Jean Gaspard Félix, 1:426, 1:428n

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

Rawle, William Henry: letters to (1881–85), 6:81

Rawlings, J. T.: letters to (1881–85), 5:150

Rawnsley, Rev. Drummond: letters to (1846–50), 1:170

Rawnsley, Hardwicke Drummond, 5:230n; letters to (1881–85), 5:229; letters to (1886–88), 6:202; mentioned, 6:44, 6:68

Rawson, Mr (unidentified), 2:381

Rawstorne, Robert Atherton, 5:22

Ray, Gordon N., 1:xli

Reade, Alfred Arthur: letters to (1881–85), 5:237–38

Reade, Charles, 5:276n

Reade, John, 3:28n; letters to (1866–70), 3:27–28; letters to (1876–80), 4:378

Reader: on Essays in Criticism, 2:396, 2:407, 2:408; establishment of, 2:190n; mentioned, 2:189, 2:328

reading: of American authors, 1:258–59; Arnold’s library and, 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxix; of Bible, 2:184, 3:163, 3:305, 4:8, 4:89, 4:127, 4:386, 4:387–488, 5:71; of biography, 1:153; of Brontë, 1:180n; Civil Service Commission recommendations on, 4:437, 6:342; of first- vs. second-rate authors, 4:292; of German, 1:124, 1:148; of history, 1:122; of Keats, 1:128; lists based on, 1:xxxv; Lubbock’s recommended, 6:113–14; of newspapers vs. books, 5:454; of novels, 3:12n, 3:225; of philosophy, 1:176–78; planning yearly list for, 5:182; recommendations for, 1:128, 1:140, 2:369, 3:404, 4:180–81, 4:365, 6:320; reflections on, 3:458, 6:13; reminiscences about childhood, 1:340; time for, 1:xxxvi, 5:385n; of travel books, 5:9. See also diary entries (MA); letter writing; specific authors, reading of

Reay, Lady (Fanny Georgiana Jane Hasler Mitchell Mackay), 4:342n; Culture and Anarchy sent to, 4:376; invitation from, 5:162; letters to (1876–80), 4:341, 4:357, 4:361, 4:419–20, 5:80, 5:87, 5:100, 6:371; letters to (1881–85), 5:139; marriage of, 1:443n; visit with, 6:13

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

“Recordism,” use of term, 3:229

Record (weekly), 3:229, 4:81, 4:180, 4:181n

Rede lecture: agreement to deliver, 5:202–3; audience for, 5:219–20; honorary degree and, 5:204; invitation for, 4:405–6; mentioned, 5:212, 5:215; preparation of, 5:214. See also “Literature and Science” (MA)

Redern, Heinrich Alexander von (count), 6:87, 6:88–89, 6:89n

Redesdale, Lord (John Thomas Freeman-Mitford), 2:59, 3:179

Redgrave (inspector in chief), 6:275

Redmayne, Giles, 5:162n

Redmayne, Hugh, 5:161

Reed, Mr (unidentified), 6:230

Reed, Edwin, 4:417

Reed, Elizabeth, 5:370, 5:371n

Reed, Henry Hope, 1:313, 5:371n

Reed, Myron Winslow: lecture introduced by, 5:390; letters to (1881–85), 5:373–74

Reed, William B., 1:313

Reedham Asylum, 4:166

Rees, Margaret (cook), 4:11

Reeve (unidentified), 1:191

Reeve, Henry, 1:501n; doctoral degree for, 3:422, 3:423; editorship of, 1:500, 3:421; investigative committee and, 2:310, 2:311n; letters to (1881–85), 6:70; letters to (1886–88), 6:270; mentioned, 3:127, 3:422–23, 4:345; on St Paul and Protestantism, 4:3. See also Edinburgh Review

Reeve, Lorina, 2:336n

Reeves (unidentified), 6:26

Reeves, Stanley, 1:368

Reformation, 1:273

reform banquets (France), 1:83, 1:85n

Reform Bill (1832), 1:17n

Reform Club: dinners at, 3:130, 4:385; librarian of, 5:30; members of, 2:190n; note to, 4:227; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:363–64

Reform League, 3:59–60n, 3:113n

Regnier de la Brière, François Joseph Pierre Tousez, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:449

Régny, Mlle (French governess), 4:338

Reich, Lorenz: letters to (1881–85), 5:349

Reichenbach, Miss (unidentified), 4:370, 4:388

Reid, Wemyss, 6:215

Reid, Whitelaw, 5:417n, 6:80, 6:81n

Reis, Mrs (unidentified), 6:43, 6:44n, 6:156

Reisach (cardinal), 2:428

religion: appropriate role in human life, 5:141–42; in Brittany, 1:446–47; changing role of, 2:128–29, 4:143, 4:196; dissent’s effect on, 3:415–16, 3:419; distanced from, 1:178; Liberals’ views of, 4:93, 4:95; resistance to change in, 2:61–62, 2:172, 2:174, 3:166, 3:379; revolution’s impact on, 3:189–90; science and, 6:50–51, :386–87; socialistic ignored in, 6:311; as topic of discourse, 1:309, 2:198

“Religious Isolation” (MA), 1:116

religious views: correcting errors in, 4:411; on creeds, 1:37; father’s sermons and, 1:50–51; generational differences in, 4:13–14; Jane on, 1:123–24; Smith’s perception of, 2:98–99n; teaching and, 4:213, 4:214n; writing about, 2:184. See also specific essays

“remnant,” use of term, 5:328, 5:329n

Rémusat, Charles François Marie comte de, 1:389, 1:390n

Renan, Cornélie Scheffer, 1:459n

Renan, Ernest, 1:427n; criticism of, 3:15, 6:103, 6:114; on examinations, 5:25; on Franco-Prussian War, 3:439; on Hugo’s poetry, 5:20; Job translated by, 5:229; lectures of, 5:87, 5:88n; letters from (1866–70), 3:204, 3:206–7; letters from (1871–75), 4:110–11, 4:112; letters to (1871–75), 4:78–79, 4:123, 4:160; marriage of, 1:459n; mentioned, 1:426, 2:38, 2:407, 3:209, 4:14, 4:330, 4:422, 4:425, 5:82, 5:190, 5:278, 6:121; opinion of, 1:515–16, 6:253; on reform of France, 4:93, 4:95, 4:106, 4:110; reputation of, 6:227; Sainte-Beuve visited by, 2:210n; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:250; visit with, 6:120; writings on, 2:240, 2:241n, 3:381, 4:182

Rendu, Ambroise Marie Modeste (father), 2:84, 2:85n

Rendu, Ambroise (son), 2:84, 2:85n

Rendu, Eugène, 1:423, 1:423n, 1:437, 1:438, 1:440, 1:491, 2:85n

Renouf, Peter le Page, 5:439n; letters to (1881–85), 5:443; as school inspector, 5:438–39, 6:8

Reports on Elementary Schools 1852–82 (MA): components of, 2:315–16n; details needed in, 2:291; distribution of, 4:277, 4:281; mentioned, 6:65; Minutes in, 1:366–67n; on music, 4:24n; on needlework, 4:304n; preparation of, 1:381, 2:119; reference to, 4:438; on teaching methods, 3:417

Repton School, 4:179

Republican (Springfield, Mass.), 3:232n

“Requiescat” (MA), 6:360

“Resignation” (MA), 1:83n, 1:89n, 3:183n, 3:341

Résigny, Marie Louis Jules d’Y de, 1:437, 1:439n

Reuss, Edouard: letter from (1876–80), 4:324–25; letters to (1876–80), 4:326–27; Literature and Dogma sent to, 4:157; reading of, 3:347

Revelstoke, Lord (Edward Charles Baring), 6:261, 6:262n

Revelstoke, Lady (Louisa Emily Charlotte Bulteel), 6:261, 6:262n

“Review of Objections.” See God and the Bible (MA)

Réville, Albert, 3:166, 3:166–67n, 3:193, 3:194n, 4:174, 4:390

Revised Code: Church of England on, 2:141; compromise on, 2:133; criticism of, 3:219, 3:220n, 4:184; debate on, 2:130–32, 2:134–35, 2:137, 2:138; defeat of, 2:290, 2:291, 2:292; Education Minute and, 3:119, 3:129; Forster and, 2:128, 2:133, 2:134–35, 2:136; inspecting under rules of, 2:225, 2:301, 3:170–71, 3:218, 5:264–65; Kay-Shuttleworth and, 2:98, 2:99–100, 2:125, 2:126, 2:127–28, 2:130, 2:131, 2:133, 2:136; mentioned, 3:191; payment for work on, 2:327; prize-scheme in, 2:136, 2:141; teaching methods under, 3:417. See also “The Twice-Revised Code” (MA)

Revue Celtique, 3:399

Revue de Paris, 3:431

Revue des deux mondes: on America, 1:259, 1:260n; Antonia (Sand) in, 2:167n; on Arnold and Smith books, 1:293n, 1:294; contributors to, 6:89n; on Essays and Reviews (Moultrie), 2:73, 2:74n; on Franco-Prussian War, 3:439; on Higher Schools and Universities in Germany, 5:181; as influence, 1:92, 1:94n, 1:264; on Judaism, 3:193, 3:194n; on MA, 3:32, 3:33n, 3:37–38, 3:179n; mentioned, 1:93n, 1:292, 2:38, 3:225, 5:95; on Polygnotus, 2:181; reading of, 4:162n; Réville’s writing in, 3:166; On the Study of Celtic Literature sent to, 3:147; Swinburne on, 3:177, 3:178n; on training school, 6:118

Revue Germanique et Française, 2:263

Revue Historique, 5:200

Revue Philosophique, 5:7

Reynolds, Gertrude, 2:238

Reynolds, Henry Robert, 3:236n; family of, 4:58n; letters to (1866–70), 3:236, 3:389; mentioned, 3:390. See also British Quarterly Review

Reynolds, James, 1:xl, 2:238

Reynolds, John Russell: letters to (1871–75), 4:58

Reynolds, Joshua, 3:285, 3:308, 3:321n

Reynolds, Morris, 2:239n

Reynolds, S. H., 2:234, 2:235, 2:236

Reynolds’s Newspaper, 3:414n, 4:51

Rhyming Dictionary (Walker), 1:381

Ribblesdale, Lady, 6:271

Rice, Mr (unidentified), 6:5

Rice. See also Spring Rice

Richard, Charles, 1:443n

Richard Clay and Sons (printers), 4:117n

Richard Coeur de Lion, 3:100n

Richards (servant), 1:222, 1:223n

Richards, Franklin Thomas: letters to (1866–70), 3:335–36

Richards, Joseph Loscombe, 1:405n

Richards, Westley, 1:68

Richardson family, 4:102

Richardson, Miss, 3:133, 3:134n

Richardson, James, 3:51, 3:52, 3:56

Richardson, John, 1:16n, 1:142n, 3:113, 3:134n, 3:320n, 4:102n

Richardson, Lady Mary Fletcher: letters to (1876–80), 5:53; marriage of, 1:16n, 1:142n; mentioned, 1:12, 3:320; Poems of Wordsworth sent to, 5:52

Richmond, duke of (Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox), 4:245n, 5:15, 5:16n

Richmond, George, 2:364, 3:97, 3:98n, 3:254, 3:256, 5:43

Richmond, Legh, Annals of the Poor, 4:386, 4:387n

Rickards, George Kettilby, 3:97, 3:98n

Ricketts, Caroline A. (later, Buckland), 1:332, 1:333n

Ricketts, Elizabeth, 1:332, 1:333n

Ricketts, Henry, 1:333n

Ricketts, Marianne, 1:332, 1:333n

Riddell, James, 1:127, 1:128n, 1:404, 1:405n

Riddle, Arthur Esmond, 5:107, 5:108n

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

Ridley, Matthew White, 2:252, 2:253n, 5:268, 5:269n

Rigg, James Harrison, 3:413, 3:414n, 3:450

Riley (unidentified), 2:35, 6:369–70

Riley, James Whitcomb: on lecture, 5:371n; letters from (1881–85), 5:373–74

Rintoul, Robert Stephen, 1:283

riots and rioting: government response to, 3:59–60n, 3:222; in London, 2:154n, 3:59–60n, 3:198, 4:60n; Thomas Arnold Sr. on, 3:222; Times on, 2:154n. See also “Anarchy and Authority” (MA)

Ripley, Henry William, 3:311, 3:312n

Ripon, Lady, 5:221, 6:23, 6:24n

Ripon, Lord. See Robinson, George Frederick Samuel (earl de Grey and of Ripon)

Ripon, bishop of (William Boyd Carpenter), 6:230, 6:231n, 6:285n, 6:287–88

Risbridger, Mrs (unidentified), 6:230

Risbridger family, 3:50, 3:127

Risdon (dentist), 2:92, 4:48–49

Ritchie, Anne Isabella Thackeray: letters to (1871–75), 4:248–49; letters to (1881–85), 5:426; mentioned, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:46, 4:339, 5:447; parties of, 3:97

Ritschl, Friedrich Wilhelm, 3:125

ritualism, campaign against, 3:84

Ritualists, 5:141

Rivington, William John, 5:89, 5:90n

Rizo-Rangabe, Rhalou, 1:410n

Robarts, Charles Henry, 3:264, 3:265n

Roberts Bros (publishers), 4:421

Robertson, Ellen, 1:10n; letters from (1829–39), 1:13–14; mentioned, 1:9, 1:12–13, 1:21, 2:3, 2:177, 2:245, 2:246n, 2:394, 3:169n

Robertson, Frederick William, 2:475n; biography of, 2:474, 3:169, 3:171–72, 4:336n; interest in, 3:351–52; mentioned, 3:405, 5:328

Robertson, James, 1:450n

Robertson, John: letters to (1881–85), 5:260

Robinson, Mr (unidentified), 1:63–64, 2:341

Robinson, George Frederick Samuel (earl Grey, later marquis of Ripon), 3:16–17n; appointments by, 3:310, 3:393, 3:394; Church of Ireland and, 3:324; doctoral degree for, 3:422, 3:423; Geological Society and, 3:233, 3:317; in Gladstone’s cabinet, 3:301; letters from (1866–70), 3:433–34; letters to (1866–70), 3:432; letters to (1871–75), 4:133–34; mentioned, 3:16, 3:319, 3:326, 4:55, 6:23, 6:24n, 6:225; recommendation by, 3:348; Tom’s career and, 4:244–45, 4:246–47, 4:289, 4:303

Robinson, Henrietta Anne Theodosia Vyner (de Grey), 3:16, 3:17n

Robinson, Henry Crabb, 1:73, 1:74n, 1:173n, 3:112, 3:113n, 3:352

Robinson, Rev. Hugh George, 2:343

Robinson, Lionel, 4:63

Robinson, Mary: children’s visits with, 2:261, 2:288, 2:292; Dicky’s relation with, 2:205n, 2:207, 2:224, 2:233–34

Roby, Henry John: letters from (1861–65), 2:401–3; letters to (1861–65), 2:413–15, 2:427–29, 2:453–54; letters to (1866–70), 3:36, 3:40, 3:125; letters to (1886–88), 6:289; mentioned, 2:439, 3:3n, 3:204; Taunton Commission and, 2:361–65, 2:361n; visits with, 2:467

Rocher, C., 1:453n

Rochester, bishop of (Anthony Wilson Thorold), 5:388, 5:390n, 6:341

Rock (journal), 4:180, 4:181n

Rodd, James Rennell, 6:86–87n; letters to (1886–88), 6:115–16, 6:130; on MA’s visit, 6:87–88; mentioned, 6:86, 6:88; outings with, 6:91, 6:94n

Rodewald, Anna G. (Lady Butts), 6:217, 6:218n, 6:220, 6:228, 6:235

Roess, Bishop André, 1:469n

Rogers family, 6:164

Rogers, Rev. W. R., 2:144

Rogers, William, 1:418

Rogers, Rev. William, 2:144n

Rolleston, Robert, 1:163, 1:166n

Roman Law, teaching of, 4:292

Rome: description of, 2:426; fall of, 4:8; sightseeing in, 2:422; visit to, 4:153, 4:154–57. See also “New Rome” (MA)

Romilly family, 1:394

Romilly, Edward, 1:396n

Romilly, John, 3:254–55

Romilly, Lucy (later, Crompton), 1:401n

Romilly, Samuel, 1:396n

Romilly, Sophia Marcet, 1:396n, 1:401n

Romney, Lord (Charles Marsham), 2:5

Rooke (nurse), 6:228

Rookwood Pottery, 5:392n, 5:394

Roosevelt, Theodore, 5:380n, 6:264n, 6:265

Roscoe, W. C., 1:388n

Rosebery, Lady, 6:23, 6:353–54

Rosebery, earl of (Archibald Philip Primrose): on Carnegie, 6:21; Culture and Anarchy sent to, 6:110, 6:113; Discourses in America sent to, 6:48; introduction from, 6:85; letters from (1886–88), 6:113; letters to (1881–85), 6:48, 6:58, 6:75–76; letters to (1886–88), 6:109–10, 6:111, 6:353; mentioned, 6:23; reputation of, 6:12n; on Ted and Oakeley, 6:355; Victoria’s preference for, 1:513n; visits with, 6:11, 6:13, 6:17, 6:62, 6:63, 6:353–54

Rosencrantz, Baron (unidentified), 3:390

Ross (tutor), 3:149

Ross, Alexander G.: letters to (1886–88), 6:259

Ross, Henry James, 5:441n

Ross, Janet Anne: letters to (1881–85), 5:440–41

Rosse, Lord (Lawrence Parsons), 3:423

Rosseter, W., 4:69n

Rossetti, Christina, 1:245n, 1:342n, 3:22n, 3:72–73n

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 3:354n; family of, 1:245n; meeting with, 3:353; mentioned, 3:117n, 5:204, 5:229; on “The New Sirens,” 4:280; Shelley and, 4:331

Rossetti, William Michael, 1:244, 1:245n

Rossini, Gioacchino Antonio, 2:249

Rossiter, William, 3:424, 3:425n

Ross-of-Bladensburg, Robert Skeffington, 3:149n

Rothes, Lady (Louisa Leslie), 5:220, 5:221n

Rothschild family: American tour and, 5:328; children’s theatricals and, 3:1, 3:2; French arbitration and, 3:62; gifts from, 2:173–74, 2:214; home of, 1:li; mentioned, 2:234, 3:130, 3:266, 3:271n, 3:340, 3:356; travels of, 3:63, 3:64

Rothschild, Adele de, 3:460, 3:461n

Rothschild, Baroness Adolphe de, 2:458

Rothschild, Alfred Charles de, 6:118, 6:119n

Rothschild, Alice de, 2:238, 2:239n, 2:345, 2:375

Rothschild, Alphonse de, 1:420, 1:424, 1:425n, 1:433, 2:216

Rothschild, Annie de. See Yorke, Annie de Rothschild

Rothschild, Anselm Solomon de, 2:239n

Rothschild, Anthony de, 1:499–500n; concert at home of, 2:216, 4:83; condolences for, 4:193; death of, 4:299–300; gifts from, 2:256, 2:258, 3:76, 3:184, 3:196, 3:215, 3:306, 4:188, 4:232; health/illnesses of, 3:123, 3:279, 4:188, 4:282n, 4:286; letters to (1871–75), 4:188–89; mentioned, 2:95, 2:98, 2:114, 2:156, 2:183n, 2:235, 2:249, 2:260, 2:287, 2:340, 3:24, 3:43, 3:264; requests of, 3:136, 3:218; visits with, 2:100; young Glover’s placement and, 2:288, 2:289, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293–94, 2:298

Rothschild, Charles de (1788–1855), 2:239n

Rothschild, Charles de (1820–86), 2:239n

Rothschild, Charlotte de (Lionel’s wife): invitation from, 3:377; letters to (1866–70), 3:336, 3:374, 3:376; letters to (1871–75), 4:166; mentioned, 2:182, 2:183n, 2:379; party of, 2:216; visit with, 4:208

Rothschild, Clementina de: beauty, 2:238; family of, 2:239n; introduction to, 2:396; letters from (1866–70), 3:460, 3:461n

Rothschild, Constance de. See Flower, Constance de Rothschild (later, Lady Battersea)

Rothschild, Evelina de: letters to (1861–65), 2:374–75; marriage of, 2:375n

Rothschild, Ferdinand James, 2:375n

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

Rothschild, James de, 1:425n

Rothschild, Baroness James de, 2:458

Rothschild, Juliana de (née Cohen), 2:183n

Rothschild, Leonora de (Alphonse’s wife), 1:423, 1:424, 1:425n, 1:431, 1:433, 2:397n

Rothschild, Leopold de, 6:118

Rothschild, Lionel Nathan de: death of, 5:39; family of, 1:425n, 1:499n, 2:375n; marriage of, 2:183n; politics and, 4:193; requests of, 3:136

Rothschild, Louisa Montefiore de (Anthony’s wife): Culture and Anarchy sent to, 3:310; on Essays in Criticism, 2:379, 2:380; family of, 2:183n; gifts from, 2:239, 2:256, 2:258, 2:346, 2:379, 2:477, 3:23–24, 3:97, 3:99–100, 3:218, 3:377–78, 3:407, 4:82–83, 4:142, 4:352, 4:391, 5:128, 5:241, 5:253; health/illnesses of, 6:276; invitation from, 3:377; letters to (1856–60), 1:499; letters to (1861–65), 2:53–54, 2:76, 2:113–14, 2:199, 2:234–35, 2:239, 2:249, 2:256, 2:260–61, 2:267, 2:271–72, 2:287, 2:290–91, 2:293–94, 2:296, 2:299, 2:306, 2:316, 2:339–40, 2:344–45, 2:346, 2:348, 2:353–54, 2:379, 2:396–97, 2:399, 2:458–60, 2:477; letters to (1866–70), 3:1, 3:23–24, 3:43–44, 3:75–76, 3:79–80, 3:98–99, 3:123, 3:135–36, 3:181, 3:184–85, 3:190, 3:215, 3:218, 3:229–30, 3:279, 3:290, 3:297–98, 3:306, 3:310, 3:350–51, 3:387–88, 3:407, 3:414–15; letters to (1871–75), 4:75, 4:100–101, 4:120, 4:132–33, 4:142, 4:178, 4:185–86, 4:188, 4:193, 4:204, 4:205–6, 4:208, 4:223, 4:229–30, 4:270, 4:281–82, 4:286; letters to (1876–80), 4:299–300, 4:350, 4:352, 4:391, 4:398, 4:406, 4:444–45, 5:39, 5:116; letters to (1881–85), 5:128, 5:241, 5:242–43, 5:253, 5:281–82, 5:296, 5:438, 6:84; letters to (1886–88), 6:118–19, 6:140, 6:146, 6:149, 6:247, 6:257, 6:263, 6:323–24, 6:335, 6:356; mentioned, 2:90, 2:109, 2:266, 2:278, 2:369, 2:407, 3:7, 3:130, 3:264, 6:22, 6:222; parties of, 3:414, 4:76; photographs of, 2:100; Revised Code and, 2:125; travels of, 3:75–76, 4:204; visits with, 2:182, 2:238, 2:251, 2:269–71, 2:276, 4:83, 5:307; young Glover’s placement and, 2:288, 2:289, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293–94, 2:298

Rothschild, Baroness Mayer, 2:239, 2:252, 3:351, 3:377, 4:75, 4:90

Rothschild, Mayer (or Meyer) Amschel de: death of, 4:193; health/illnesses of, 4:189; marriage of, 2:183n; mentioned, 2:182, 3:264, 3:377, 4:90; residence of, 2:251–52; vote of, 2:299, 2:300n

Rothschild, Nathaniel, 2:269, 2:271n, 6:23, 6:118

Rothschild, Nathan Mayer, 1:499n, 2:340n

Rothschild, Solomon de, 2:239n

Rothschild Archive, 1:xliii

Roughsedge, Hornby, 1:158, 1:163, 1:164n

Rouille, Hilaire Etienne Octave (marquis de Boissy), 2:410

Rouland, Gustave, 1:426, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:442

Roundell, Charles Savile, 3:152n, 4:46

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1:92, 1:93n, 1:407, 4:46

Rowan, Archibald Hamilton, 1:264n

Rowfant Library, 2:164n

Rowland, Mary, 1:22n; antimacassars from, 3:97–98, 3:373, 3:383, 3:395, 3:398; books for/from, 2:257, 2:259, 3:187, 3:191, 3:194; funds for, 1:519; glass from, 1:305; hankerchiefs from/for, 2:468, 4:82; health/illnesses of, 3:401, 3:457, 4:51, 4:60; instructions for, 2:154; invitation to, 4:444; letter-weigher for, 2:286, 2:295, 2:297; mentioned, 1:21, 1:425, 1:468, 2:3, 2:8, 2:25, 2:29, 2:45, 2:71, 2:115, 2:148, 2:177, 2:179, 2:185, 2:384, 3:9, 3:61, 3:103, 3:120, 3:284, 4:92, 4:424, 5:108, 5:183; position of, 1:122, 3:10n; travels of, 3:261; umbrella for, 2:401, 2:405; visits with, 1:512, 2:156, 2:157, 3:269

Rowley, Charles H.: letters to (1876–80), 4:376

Rowsell, James, 1:367n

Royal Academy: Conversazione at, 3:166; dinners of, 4:259, 4:364–65, 4:408, 5:143n, 5:202; exhibitions of, 1:206n, 3:329, 3:330–31n, 3:343, 4:13, 4:50, 4:51n, 4:256, 4:362, 5:140, 5:144, 6:106; motto of, 3:254, 3:256; officers of, 3:330–31n, 4:435, 5:91n; secretaryship of, 4:165; toast to literature at, 5:145–46

Royal and Central Bucks Agricultural Association, 2:340

Royal Asiatic Society, 3:19n

Royal Bounty Fund, 6:149

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

Royal College of Physicians: letters to (1881–85), 5:433

Royal Commission, 2:322

Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction, 4:270n

Royal Commission on Technical Instruction, 4:343n

Royal Commission on Vivisection, 4:329–30n

Royal Commissions on International Exhibitions, 4:343n

Royal Cork Institution: letters to (1881–85), 5:444

Royal Dorset Yacht Club, 2:190n

Royal Horticultural Society, 5:309, 6:218n

Royal Institution: invitations to lecture at, 2:178, 2:468, 3:358–59, 3:402; MA’s lectures at, 4:394n, 4:398, 5:372, 5:409n; Tyndall’s lecture at, 3:221n

Royal Jubilee: celebration in St Margaret’s Church, 6:285, 6:287–88; Manchester Art Exhibition for, 6:289n, 6:301

Royal Literary Fund: dinner of, 5:146–47n; letter to committee of (1876–80), 5:37; O’Conor’s pension request and, 5:36–37, 5:147, 5:155; pension offered to MA from, 5:287, 5:289–91, 5:295, 5:296, 5:297

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

Royal Opera House, 6:257n

Royal Polytechnic, 3:245n

Royal Society: annual dinner of, 4:233, 4:237, 4:238; expedition to view eclipse, 3:426, 3:427n

Royal Society of Literature, 6:133n

Royal Society to Prevent Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), 4:243–44n, 4:329n

Royal Theatre (Berlin), 6:93

Royalty Theatre (London), 6:14n

Royal University of Ireland, 5:201n

Royle, Arnold, 6:326n

Royle, Cicely J. Snow, 6:325, 6:326n

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

Ruault family, 4:179

Ruault, A. J., 4:12n

Ruault, Dottie, 4:11, 4:12n, 4:388

Ruault, Jeanne Henriette Alice (later, Bourne), 4:240n

Ruault, Lena, 4:11, 4:12n, 4:388

Ruault, Pierre Marie Gustave: family of, 4:12n; letters to (1871–75), 4:96–97

Rubens, Peter Paul, 1:288, 1:462

Rubenstein, Anton Grigoryevich, 6:85, 6:86n

Ruble, Zulema A.: letters to (1881–85), 6:79

Rückert, Friedrich, 2:451, 2:452–53n, 2:475–76

Rugbeianism, 1:60n

“Rugby Chapel” (MA): editions and reprints of, 5:100, 5:174n; responses to, 3:168, 3:169n, 3:202; reviews of, 3:173

Rugby School: attitudes toward, 1:xlvii; Budge at, 2:368, 2:371, 3:100, 3:103, 3:107–8, 3:165, 3:206, 3:208, 3:267n; day pupils and, 2:470n; dining at, 1:241–42, 6:275, 6:285; events at, 1:6, 1:35; examiners at, 1:21–22n; fees of, 3:111, 3:119, 3:122, 3:227; founding of, 1:7n; headmastership at, 1:48n, 1:158, 1:161, 1:165n, 1:168n, 1:211, 3:373, 3:380, 3:383, 3:386, 3:392, 3:395, 3:396n, 3:462, 4:169n, 5:33n; move to, 1:18; remembered, 3:299; scholarships at, 1:50; sporting events and, 3:350, 3:354; students at, 1:3, 1:34n; Temple recommended to, 1:364, 1:365; Temple’s tenure at, 2:62, 2:63n; traditions of, 2:81; visits to, 3:390, 3:391

Rush, Richard, 1:88n, 1:89

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

Ruskin, John: acquaintances of, 2:58n, 3:156n; form and, 2:53; Gothic architecture and, 1:503, 1:506n, 1:518; on home, 1:xlvii, 1:xlix; lectures of, 3:405; letters from (1876–80), 4:375; letters to (1876–80), 4:375–76; on list of academicians, 6:263n; MA compared to, 2:234, 2:235, 2:236, 5:143n; MA’s relationship to, 4:376n; mentioned, 1:222n, 2:214, 3:73n, 3:90, 4:70, 4:339, 5:328, 5:429, 6:31, 6:348; opinion of, 2:43, 4:5, 4:385, 5:55; on Paris, 1:421n; references to, 2:319; on Wordsworth, 5:119; writing of, 1:332–33, 1:336, 6:279

Russell, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:350

Russell, Arthur John Edward, 3:204, 5:88n, 5:150, 5:161, 5:231, 6:17

Russell, Lady Charles: family of, 3:185; mentioned, 3:356, 3:457, 4:16, 4:92, 4:103, 5:220; roses of, 6:228; Tom’s care and, 3:290; Tom’s death and, 3:296, 3:314

Russell, Lord Charles: acquaintances of, 3:327; family of, 1:xvii, 3:362n, 4:143; gifts from, 3:372; Irish issues and, 6:304, 6:305n; mentioned, 3:350, 3:356, 3:447, 4:175; Tom’s care and, 3:290; visits with, 3:343

Russell, Lord Edward, 3:343, 3:344n

Russell, Francis Charles Hastings, 3:136

Russell, George William Erskine: background of, 1:xvii–xviii; education of, 3:185n; on Essays in Criticism, 1:xiv; family of, 3:204n, 3:362n; letters to (1886–88), 6:253, 6:280, 6:318, 6:364; MA letters published by, 1:xviii–xxi, 1:xxv–xxx, 1:l; mentioned, 2:49, 4:143, 5:414, 5:430, 6:26n, 6:265, 6:271, 6:274, 6:327

Russell, George William Francis Sackville (marquis of Tavistock): fishing and, 6:36, 6:40, 6:147; letters to (1881–85), 5:205

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

Russell, Henry, 3:362

Russell, Lord John: on Arnold’s poetry, 1:266; educational issues and, 1:336–37n; electoral franchise and, 1:108, 1:110n, 1:194; family of, 1:xvii, 1:336, 2:418n, 2:422n, 3:257n; mentioned, 1:195, 1:384n, 2:462, 3:31, 3:197n; positions held by, 1:266–67n; Reform Bill and, 3:24n; resignation of, 3:52n; second wife of, 5:65n

Russell, John, Earl, 3:18, 4:159, 4:160n

Russell, Lord Odo William: assistance of, 2:422, 2:425, 2:426, 2:428; mentioned, 2:479, 3:85; religion and, 2:427n

Russell, Thomas O’Neill, 5:295n; letters to (1876–80), 4:413; letters to (1881–85), 5:295

Russell, William Howard, 3:452

Russell, Rev. Wriothesley, 3:257, 3:343

Russia, 1:106, 5:87, 6:12n, 6:52

Russo-Turkish war (1877), 4:363–65

Rust, James, 2:81, 2:82n

Rutherfurd, Margaret Stuyvesant (later, White), 6:269, 6:270n

Rutland, Miss, 1:2, 1:3n, 1:9, 1:18

Rutson, Albert Osliff, 6:316n, 6:325

Rutson, Mary Emma Buxton, 6:315, 6:316n, 6:325, 6:326n

Ryan, George J., 2:37n

Rydal, vicar appointed for, 5:107, 5:108n

Ryder, Dudley (father), 1:140n

Ryder, Dudley Francis Stuart (son, Lord Sandon), 1:140n, 4:245–427, 4:286