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S. Mordan & Co., 2:295, 2:296n

S. Vincent (ship), 1:81

Sacconi, Msgr., 1:429n

Sackville, Mary Catherine (Lady Derby), 6:22, 6:63

Sackville-West, Lionel Sackville, 5:365, 5:366n

Sadler, Michael Ernest: letters to (1881–85), 5:261

Sadler’s Wells, 5:145

Sailors’ Orphanage (Liverpool), 6:153–54

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

St Albans, William Amedlius Aubrey De Vere, 6:28, 6:29n

St Andrew’s College: mentioned, 5:451; rectorship of, 4:381–83, 4:388, 5:263; visit to, 6:307

St Ann’s Asylum, 2:289, 2:290, 2:291, 2:293–94, 2:297–98

St Ann’s (church), 5:120

St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 6:218n

Saint Botolph club (Boston), 5:336n, 6:306

“Saint Brandan” (MA), 2:10n, 3:322, 5:334

Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin: acquaintances of, 1:93n, 2:279n; allusion to, 1:89, 1:91n; appointment for, 1:307n; articles for, 2:320; on Bonstetten, 5:223; on Chateaubriand, 2:65, 2:109, 2:114–15; on Circourts, 1:421n; death of, 3:370, 3:371n; encyclopedia essays on, 4:401, 6:62, 6:63, 6:72, 6:76, 6:78, 6:108, 6:229, 6:233; essays of (MA mentioned in), 2:262, 2:263, 2:264–65, 2:266, 2:369, 2:372; on gossip, 1:li; as influence, 1:285n, 3:8n, 4:123; introduction to, 3:28–29; letters (general), 4:8; letters from (1851–55), 1:xli, 1:294, 1:299–300, 1:303–4; letters from (1856–60), 1:373; letters from (1861–65), 2:84–85, 2:180–81, 2:184, 2:187, 2:189, 2:198, 2:262–63; letters from (1866–70), 3:41, 3:176, 3:189; letters to (1851–55), 1:284–85, 1:292–93, 1:302, 1:306; letters to (1861–65), 2:83–84, 2:114–15, 2:183–84, 2:209–10, 2:263; letters to (1866–70), 3:28–29, 3:209; mentioned, 1:419, 1:481, 2:196, 2:369, 2:405, 2:406, 2:407, 2:412, 2:415, 3:382, 4:79, 4:142, 4:171, 5:278; on Obermann, 1:302, 1:306, 5:103; on “Obermann Once More,” 3:176, 3:178; opinion of, 2:2:181n, 4:303; poetry of, 2:208–9; recommended reading of, 6:320; On the Study of Celtic Literature sent to, 3:147; visits with, 1:426, 1:491, 1:495

“Sainte-Beuve” (MA): comments on, 6:229; distribution of, 6:233, 6:234; plans for, 4:401; preparation for, 6:72; proofs of, 6:78, 6:108; writing of, 6:76

Saint-Georges, Pierre Thomas Marie de, 1:92, 1:94n

St George’s Hall (Liverpool), 5:230–31

St George’s Hospital, 3:92

St Helens school, 5:193

St Jame’s Gazette, 5:218, 5:245n, 5:273n

St John, Miss (Isabella’s daughter): letters to (1866–70), 3:399

St John, Isabella Frances FitzRoy (Lady Isabella): Chester Square leased by, 2:294, 2:297, 2:298n, 3:50; mentioned, 2:7, 2:8n, 2:62, 3:399

St John, Joseph, 2:8n

St John’s College, 1:15, 1:17n, 3:49

St Lawrence, Lord, 6:76

St Leonard’s: Dick at, 4:201, 4:206; Dick’s possible return to, 4:251, 4:265; tutor at, 4:265, 4:272, 4:398, 4:414–15

St Louis (Mo.), visit to, 5:388–89

St Louis Republican, 5:387n

Saint-Marc Girardin, 1:86, 1:87n, 1:93n

St Margaret’s Church: Jubilee celebration at, 6:285, 6:287–88; MA’s lecture in, 6:334n, 6:337, 6:338, 6:343, 6:347, 6:348

St Mark’s School (London), 5:271

Saint-Martin, Louis Claude, 1:91, 1:92n

St Mary’s Westminster, infant school, 4:259

Saint Nicholas Club (N.Y.C.), 5:314, 5:316, 5:317, 5:401

St Paul and Protestantism (MA): advertisements of, 3:409, 3:410, 4:287; appearance of, 4:296–97; “A Comment on Christmas” in, 5:455n; cost of, 4:295; distribution of, 3:409, 3:411, 3:412, 3:413, 3:415, 3:416, 3:421, 3:423, 3:424, 4:1, 4:305, 5:179, 6:239; editions and reprints of, 3:432, 3:434, 3:438, 3:451, 3:454, 6:228, 6:239; mentioned, 1:154n, 4:262, 4:360, 6:305; mottoes for, 3:408; preface to, 3:406, 3:409, 3:446, 3:447n; publication of, 3:363, 3:376n, 3:405; quoted, 3:404; responses to, 3:369–70, 3:371n, 3:375, 3:378–79, 3:382, 3:388, 3:389, 3:394, 3:414, 3:462, 3:463–64, 4:6, 4:20, 4:24, 4:79, 4:111; reviews of, 3:379, 3:380n, 3:421, 3:422, 3:432, 3:433n, 3:439, 3:451, 3:452n, 4:3, 4:52, 4:53n, 4:55; sales of, 3:445, 4:167, 4:291; writing of, 3:366, 3:382

Saint Paul’s (journal), 3:225

St Peter’s (Rome), 2:422, 4:154, 4:155

St Peter’s School, 3:9, 3:10, 3:64, 3:91n, 3:127, 3:186, 4:212

Sala, George Augustus, 4:14–15

Sale, John Shaw, 3:108, 3:109n

Salisbury (maid), 3:2

Salisbury, Lady, 6:261

Salisbury, bishop of. See Hamilton, Walter Kerr (bishop of Salisbury); Jewel, John (bishop of Salisbury); Moberly, George (bishop of Salisbury)

Salisbury, Lord (James Brownlow William Gascoyne-Cecil): appointments by, 6:220; 1885 cabinet of, 6:18n, 6:45, 6:70n, 6:109n, 6:215n; Crimes Bill and, 6:274; doctoral degrees and, 3:416, 3:417–18, 3:422, 3:423, 3:426; German attitudes toward, 6:115; Irish issues and, 6:151, 6:160, 6:172, 6:173, 6:178–79; letters to (1856–60) (as marquis), 1:416; in Literary Club, 3:308; mentioned, 3:324, 4:381; Newcastle Commission and, 1:414; opinion of, 6:94, 6:169, 6:179, 6:185, 6:214; St Andrew’s College and, 4:381, 4:388; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:416; staff of, 6:182; Tait memorial and, 5:244

Salisbury, Lord (Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoigne-Cecil): letters from (1881–85), 5:151

Salisbury elections (1852), 1:239

Salt, Titus, 3:311, 3:312n

Saltmarsh, Henrietta (later, Sugden), 4:335, 4:336n

Saltoun, Lord (Alexander William Frederick Fraser), 6:25, 6:26, 6:27n

Saltoun, Lady (Mary Grattan-Bellew Fraser), 6:25, 6:27n

Salviati, Antonio, 5:468

Sam (at Rugby), 3:108, 3:109n

Sampson, Marston, Searle, and Rivington (publishers), 4:429n

Sampson & Low: letters to (1876–80), 4:445

Samson, Joseph Isidore, 1:449, 1:450n

Samuelson, Bernhard, 2:189, 2:189–90n, 4:127, 4:127n

Sand, George: death of, 4:330, 4:331n; discussion of, 1:62–63, 1:155; on English aristocratic system, 1:330; on Gambetta, 5:253, 5:277; as influence, 1:lvii–lviii, 1:85n, 3:370, 3:371n, 4:124n; letters from (1846–50), 1:103; letters from (1856–60), 1:491, 1:495; letters to (1856–60), 1:442; mentioned, 5:29, 5:103; published letters of, 6:320, 6:323, 6:349; remembered, 4:363; rumored arrest of, 1:109, 1:110n; sense of place and, 1:xlvii; statue of, 5:443; visits with, 1:473, 1:480n, 1:489, 1:493; writings on, 1:xxxix, 1:496n; works: Antonia, 2:166, 2:167n; Château des désertes, 1:202n; Consuelo, 1:83, 1:85n, 2:450n; La Daniella, 1:452; Elle et Lui, 1:496n; François le champi, 1:109, 1:110n; Indiana, 1:62–63; Jacques, 1:62–63; Teverino, 1:109, 1:110n. See also “George Sand” (MA)

Sandars, Thomas Collett, 1:147n, 2:229, 2:230n, 2:474, 3:119, 5:98n

Sanders family (U.S.), 5:347, 5:352

Sanders, Thomas, 5:329n

Sanderson Academy (Mass.), 6:196

Sandford (unidentified), 1:191, 1:328

Sandford, Douglas, 5:249

Sandford, Francis Richard John, 1:229–30n; administrative matters and, 2:320, 4:20, 4:92, 4:260, 4:267–68, 4:286; American tour and, 5:283, 5:293–94; gifts from, 3:99; in Gladstone’s cabinet, 3:301, 3:302n; Kay-Shuttleworth’s memorandum and, 3:224; letters to (1871–75), 4:63, 4:181, 4:259; letters to (1876–80), 4:319, 5:127; letters to (1881–85), 5:276, 5:293; MA’s testimonial for, 1:229; mentioned, 1:433, 2:76, 2:174, 2:177, 2:394, 2:484, 3:85, 3:269, 3:401, 3:445, 4:3, 4:73, 4:105, 5:33, 5:109, 5:249, 6:43; opinion of, 1:273; pension issues and, 4:317; possible position for, 3:395, 3:397; successor to, 5:377; textbooks and, 5:89; Tom’s career and, 4:245; on travel expenses, 3:68; travels of, 5:105–6, 5:107

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

Sandwich, Lady, 6:348, 6:359

Sandys, Mary Georgiana Caroline (later, Filmer), 2:269, 2:271n

Sandys, Richard Hill, 4:224n

Sanford, John Eliot, 5:347, 5:348n

Sankey, Ira David, 6:171n

Sansom, Thomas, 1:244n, 1:248

Sanson, Leonard, 4:228

Sapienze, inspection of, 2:426, 2:428

Sarazin, Charles: mentioned, 4:270n, 4:330, 4:337; translations of, 4:200, 4:269, 4:298, 4:332, 4:334, 4:335n

Sargent, Georgiana Wells, 6:175

Sargent, John Osborne: letters to (1886–88), 6:175

Sarony, Napoleon (or Savony), 6:22, 6:163, 6:175

Sarratz, Madame (hotel keeper), 5:105, 5:107

Sarto, Andrea del, 3:264, 5:59

Sassoon family, 5:162

Sassoon, Albert Abdallah David, 5:162n

Sassoon, Hannah Moise, 5:162n

Saturday Club, 5:336

Saturday Review: on Arminius, 4:24; on biographical dictionary, 1:408; on “The Bishop and the Philosopher,” 2:179, 2:180n, 2:190; contributors to, 3:19n, 4:22n, 4:165n, 4:428n, 5:245n; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:324, 3:411; on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:162, 3:164, 3:186, 3:187–88n; editors of, 4:432n, 6:313; on England and the Italian Question, 1:487, 1:488n, 1:489; on Essays in Criticism, 2:387, 2:388; on Grant Duff’s book, 3:64; on Hallahan’s biography, 3:358; on Helps and MA, 3:402–3n; “Historicus” in, 1:512n; on Johnson’s Chief Lives, 4:428; on “A Last Word on the Burials Bill,” 4:334–35; on Last Words, 2:135; on Literature and Dogma, 4:149, 4:150, 4:157; on MA, 2:354–55, 2:356, 2:358, 3:134; on A Manual of English Literature (T. Arnold), 2:167, 2:168; on The Matthew Arnold Birthday Book (E. Arnold), 5:357; mentioned, 2:155, 2:228, 2:474, 3:179, 3:284, 3:313, 4:26, 4:228, 4:430, 5:140; on Merope, 1:370; on Mixed Essays, 5:29; on “My Countrymen,” 3:9, 3:10n, 3:11, 3:13; Palgrave’s article in, 2:254; on Poems (1877), 4:379, 4:381, 4:433; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 5:73–75; proprietor of, 4:177n; on Selected Poems (1878), 4:436; staff of, 1:210n, 5:57n; on On the Study of Celtic Literature (MA), 3:43; on On Translating Homer, 2:65, 2:66n, 2:86, 2:88, 2:90, 2:95. See also Lathbury, Daniel Conner; Venables, George Stovin

Sauerteig (professor), 3:177

Saunders, Charles Thomas: letters to (1856–60), 1:380, 1:381; mentioned, 1:325

Saurin, Susanna May, 3:321n

Saurin v. Star, 3:321n, 3:360n

Saussaye, M. de La (rector), 1:480n

“Savings Banks in Schools” (MA), 4:238

Savoy Theatre, 5:276–77n, 6:25

Sawyer (unidentified), 6:148, 6:163

Sayce (professor), 5:195–96n

Scarlett, James (Lord Abinger), 4:43, 4:44n

Scharf, George, 4:228, 4:228n, 4:397

Scheffer, Ary, 1:457, 1:459n, 1:462, 1:510n, 2:146n

Scheffer, Cornélie (later, Renan), 1:459n

Scherer family, 2:409

Scherer, Edmond, 2:410n; on Carlyle, 5:142–43n; on French Revolution, 5:78; letters to (1866–70), 3:41; letters to (1876–80), 4:422; mentioned, 4:123, 4:171, 4:326, 4:343, 4:391, 4:425, 5:21, 5:136, 5:412, 6:103; on Stanley’s health, 5:159; on On Translating Homer, 2:74n; visits with, 2:410, 2:411–12. See also “A French Critic on Goethe” (MA)

Scherer, Mme Edmond: letters to (1861–65), 2:411; letters to (1866–70), 3:47; mentioned, 3:20n, 4:422; visits with, 2:410, 2:411

Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von: on Demetrius, 6:317; as influence, 3:234; reading of, 2:369; reference to, 1:171; statue of, 2:452; translations of, 3:167; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21

Schleiermacher, Friedrich Daniel Ernst, 3:207

Schoell, Gustav Adolf, 2:451, 2:453n

“The Scholar-Gipsy” (MA): allusion to, 4:72n; comments on, 1:282, 1:309, 1:359; excerpt of, 1:269; influences on, 1:249n, 1:297; mentioned, 6:195; read on American tour, 5:334–35

School Board Chronicle, 4:55

The Schoolmaster, 5:91n

schools (general): administrative structure of, 3:352; books for, 2:167, 4:336n, 4:339, 4:340, 4:342, 4:386, 4:390, 4:426, 5:89, 5:248; changes in French and Italian, 3:81; day compared to boarding, 3:146, 3:231; day compared to night, 3:37; equipment for, 5:172; examinations in, 3:439–43, 5:456, 5:464; lack of uniformity across, 3:441; length of holidays, 3:144–46; location of infant, 4:378; Method of Unity and, 3:36, 3:40; mind vs. body in, 3:280; “Ragged,” 1:236n, 2:12, 2:72n; religious teaching in Board vs. Church, 5:415–16; secular vs. religious, 3:135, 3:293, 4:259; subjects in, 3:76–77, 3:450, 4:23–24, 4:26, 4:305, 6:234; teaching methods in, 3:334–35, 3:417, 4:190–91, 4:441–42, 5:192; visited on American tour, 5:341, 5:343–44, 5:360–61, 5:396. See also education; middle-class education; public schools and universities; secondary education

Schools and Universities on the Continent (MA): advertisement of, 3:204, 3:226, 3:238; availability of, 5:236; distribution of, 3:204, 3:214, 3:238, 3:244, 3:250–51, 3:254, 5:83; mentioned, 3:442, 6:289; preparation and writing of, 2:470, 2:473, 2:474, 3:19, 3:22, 3:33–34, 3:37, 3:45, 3:50, 3:54, 3:56, 3:58–59, 3:60–61, 3:63, 3:66–67, 3:68, 3:76, 3:77, 3:79, 3:90, 3:93–94, 3:95, 3:97, 3:102, 3:104, 3:110, 3:112, 3:114, 3:116, 3:119, 3:123, 3:125, 3:127, 3:169, 3:215; publication of, 3:125n, 3:168, 3:169n, 3:174, 3:191, 3:200; references in, 2:454n, 2:462n, 3:364n; requests for, 3:159, 3:161; responses to, 3:117, 3:209, 3:241, 3:244, 3:251–52n; reviews of, 3:245, 3:247, 3:248n, 3:250, 3:266, 3:288, 3:290, 3:291n, 3:292; on value of education, 1:lviii

Schools Inquiry Commission: Davies’s memorial and, 2:344n; instructions from, 3:79–81; meetings of, 2:368, 3:3–4n; members of, 2:362, 3:144n, 3:396n; report on, 2:361–65. See also Taunton Commission

“Schools in the Reign of Victoria” (MA): publication of, 6:211n; request for, 6:117n, 6:250; writing of, 6:253, 6:255, 6:257, 6:260

School Zum grauen Kloster (Berlin), 2:434

Schubert, Franz, 3:460

Schul Pforta (German school), 2:453

science: in Bible, 5:225; human activity governed by, 3:55; influence of, 2:367; lectures on, 3:412, 3:450; literature juxtaposed to, 5:145–46, 5:146–47n, 5:195; popularizers of, 3:120n, 3:245n; religion and, 3:386–87, 6:50–51; as subject in university, 3:426; support for, 3:233; value of learning, 3:76–77; writing on, 3:219, 3:220n

Scotland: fishing in, 2:340, 3:64, 3:68, 3:72, 3:74, 3:75, 3:168, 5:226, 5:447, 6:307; Free Church in, 4:302; government of, 6:150–51, 6:178, 6:310; travels in, 3:63–64, 3:66–68, 3:71–72, 3:74, 3:75, 3:168, 3:332, 4:323, 4:378, 4:379–80, 5:226–27, 5:295, 5:296–97, 5:298, 5:446, 5:447–50, 5:453, 5:459, 5:461–62, 6:58, 6:59, 6:306–7, 6:331

Scotland, places visited in: Dundee, 4:284–85, 5:461–62, 5:465, 6:307. See also Edinburgh lecture (1876)

Scotsman, 4:379

Scott (first secretary, in Berlin), 6:89

Scott, Miss (teacher), 3:91

Scott, C. W., 4:392n

Scott, Mrs Fenton, 1:511

Scott, Gilbert, 1:503, 1:506n

Scott, Rev. John, 1:208, 2:129, 2:162, 3:379

Scott, Robert, 1:361n; appointment as master, 1:128n; letters to (1856–60), 1:360–61, 1:363; letters to (1881–85), 5:148–49; on MA and Tennyson, 3:8n

Scott, Walter: acquaintances of, 2:256n; biography of, 1:153; burial of, 4:114; centenary celebrations of, 4:32, 4:44, 4:135–36n; dedication of, 2:253n; work mentioned, 1:6, 1:377, 2:222, 6:130n

Scott, William Bell, 3:201n; letters to (1881–85), 5:203–4; mentioned, 3:200, 3:354n; works: A Poet’s Harvest Home, 5:203, 5:204n, 5:218

Scovell, Emily Georgina (later, Snowden), 3:239, 3:240n

Scribe, Eugène, 1:378n, 1:448n, 1:449

Scribner’s Monthly, 5:63n, 5:66

Sebastopol, capture of, 1:324

Seckendorff, Count, 6:88, 6:89, 6:93

Seckendorff-Gudent, Arthur von, 6:89n

secondary education: interest in, 6:370; lecture on, 5:4, 5:12; necessity for, 5:118, 5:212, 5:406; organizing on, 5:166; Playfair’s bill and, 4:430–31; political winds and, 5:30; as separate from vs. integrated with primary, 5:215; use of term, 2:308

“Second Best” (MA), 3:322

Secretary to the Education Commission: letters to (1856–60), 2:15–16; letters to (1861–65), 2:47–48, 2:239–40, 2:317; letters to (1866–70), 3:101, 3:169–71, 3:278, 3:430; letters to (1871–75), 4:115, 4:274; letters to (1876–80), 4:338, 4:374, 4:418, 5:47, 5:104; letters to (1881–85), 5:158, 5:285, 5:442, 6:52, 6:75. See also Committee of Council on Education; Council of Education; Inspector of Schools; specific secretaries

secret police, need for, 3:201, 3:203

Sedgwick family, 6:196, 6:198n, 6:204, 6:206

Sedgwick, Blossom, 6:236

Sedgwick, Catherine Maria, 6:174, 6:175n

Sedgwick, Henrietta Ellery, 6:198n

Sedgwick, Henry Dwight, 6:198n

Sedgwick, Jane Minot, 6:237n

Sedgwick, Laura Brevoort, 6:194

Sedgwick, William Ellery, 6:194

Seeley, John Robert: autograph of, 3:253; letters to (1861–65), 2:347; meeting with, 3:96, 3:98; mentioned, 4:402, 4:403n, 5:227–28; works: Ecce Homo, 3:14, 3:15n

Seelye, Julius Hawley, 5:352n; mentioned, 6:361; visit with, 5:351–52

Selected Poems of Matthew Arnold (1878): “The Church of Brou” in, 5:114; corrections to, 4:393, 4:419, 5:9, 5:10, 5:14; distribution of, 4:415, 4:417, 5:115, 5:160; editions and reprints of, 4:427, 5:112, 5:114, 5:279, 5:281, 6:352; in Laurie House, 1:xl; mentioned, 4:401; payment for, 4:328, 4:329, 4:405, 4:437–38, 4:443, 5:112, 5:236; printing of, 4:393n, 4:404; proofs of, 4:427; responses to, 5:2; reviews of, 4:419, 4:420, 4:429–30, 4:436; vignette for, 4:396, 4:397

Selected Poems of Matthew Arnold (1910), 1:xl

Selections from Modern English Literature (Lethbridge), MA’s writing in, 4:174n

self, mastery of, 1:156

“Self-Deception” (MA), 3:322

“Self-Dependence” (MA), 1:254n, 4:267

self-management: reflections on, 3:443, 3:455; schedule for, 3:445

Selincourt, Ernest de, 1:16–17n

Sellar, William Young, 1:127n; letters to (1876–80), 5:98; literary criticism of, 2:229, 2:230n; opinion of, 1:126, 1:347; on “Thyrsis,” 3:34

Sells, Iris, 1:92n

Sellwood, Emily, 1:xxxiv

Selwyn, Carus, 6:325, 6:326n, 6:328

Selwyn, E. C., 2:120–21n

Selwyn, Lucy Arnold (Tom’s daughter), 2:120–21n, 6:363

seminaries, questions about training, 4:126, 4:127n

Semi Weekly Times (New York), 3:232

Senancour, Étienne Pivert de, 1:92n, 1:317n, 3:189, 3:370, 3:371n, 6:353

Seneca, 3:205n

Senior, Mary Charlotte Mair: mentioned, 1:439n, 1:448, 1:449, 2:98, 2:147, 2:216; parties of, 2:118, 2:145–46, 3:97

Senior, Nassau William, 1:194n; on Circourts, 1:421n; as commission member, 1:418; on Fanny Blackett, 1:384n; home of, 2:119n; on Jasmin, 1:434n; journals of, 2:49; mentioned, 1:193, 1:438, 1:439n, 1:448, 1:449, 2:98, 2:147, 2:216; parties of, 2:145–46, 3:97

“A Septuagenarian Poet” (MA), 5:218

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

Sermoneta, duke of (Michelangelo Caetani), 4:154, 4:164, 4:332

Servia (Cunard Royal Mail Steamship): difficulties with, 5:405; first passage on, 5:311–13; first return on, 5:381, 5:382, 5:392, 5:400n, 5:408, 6:243n, 6:326n; planning voyage on, 5:292, 5:298, 5:300, 5:302, 5:303; second passage on, 6:135, 6:144, 6:145

Seton-Karr, Walter Scott Campbell, 2:121

Severn, Miss (wife of Charles Newton), 2:145

Severn, Arthur, 3:156n

Severn, Eleanor (later, Mrs Henry Furneaux), 3:155–56n, 3:163, 3:236

Severn, Joan, 4:375–76

Severn, Joseph: family of, 3:155n; letters to (1856–60), 1:509

Severn scandal, 3:367, 3:368n

Sévigné, Marie de, 1:xxxiii, 6:151, 6:241, 6:243n

Sewell, William, 1:145n

Sexton, Thomas, 6:170, 6:171n

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

Seymour, George Turner, 1:62n

Seymour, Horace Alfred Damer, 5:166n; family of, 6:63n; letters to (1881–85), 5:165–66, 5:167

Seymour, Jane Fortescue Seymour (later, Coleridge), 1:62n, 4:395, 4:396n

Seymour, John Billingsley, 1:62n

Seymour, Maria Triphena (later, Fitzgerald), 4:289, 4:290n

Seymour, Lady Maud, 6:255, 6:271

Seymour, Richard (Lord Hertford), 3:130, 3:131n, 4:64

Shadwell, Lancelot, 2:63

Shaen, Hephzibah Elizabeth (later, Perry), 2:447, 2:448n

Shaftesbury, Lord: criticism of, 3:59–60n; Cumin’s correspondence with, 2:72; on Ecce Homo, 3:15n; mentioned, 5:429; opinion of, 5:305–6. See also Trinity (three Lord Shaftesburys)

Shairp, John Campbell, 1:135n; book from, 3:461, 3:462n; on Clough, 3:286–87, 3:289; death of, 6:69, 6:78; Glasgow professorship and, 3:37, 3:38; on Iliad, 1:134; on Keble, 3:83, 3:287; letters (general), 1:xli; letters to (1846–50), 1:70–71; letters to (1861–65), 2:229–30; letters to (1866–70), 3:34–35; letters to (1876–80), 4:358, 4:372; MA’s poetry and, 1:167; mentioned, 1:127, 1:133, 1:198, 1:199, 1:241, 1:245, 1:277, 2:55, 3:25, 4:5, 4:245, 5:54, 5:55, 5:74; position of, 4:358, 4:359, 4:372, 5:460; on Price, 1:4n; remembered, 6:223, 6:224, 6:298; Rugby headmaster and, 1:161; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:421; testimonial for, 3:38; Tom’s friendship with, 1:96–97; on Walrond, 1:168n; on Wordsworth, 2:340, 2:341n

Shairp, Mrs John Campbell, 6:298

Shakers, 6:205

Shakespeare, William: Baynes on, 5:74, 5:75n, 5:79; editions of, 1:352, 4:318, 6:340; form and style of, 1:78, 3:4; language of, 5:186, 5:191; mentioned, 1:61, 1:274, 4:149, 4:187, 4:370; opinion of, 1:369, 5:75, 5:178, 5:189; tragedy of, 1:377; Wordsworth compared to, 5:21; works: All’s Well that Ends Well, 5:188n; Hamlet, 1:77, 1:86, 1:87n, 1:149n, 1:169n, 1:171n, 1:237n, 4:229–30, 4:232, 4:266, 5:72n, 5:101, 5:260n, 5:458; Henry V, 1:78n, 191; King Lear, 5:65, 5:248n, 5:477n; Macbeth, 1:65, 1:66n, 1:92, 3:423n, 4:198n, 4:266, 4:317n; Merchant of Venice, 5:67, 5:68n; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1:77, 1:78n, 3:201n; Much Ado about Nothing, 5:273; Othello, 1:89, 1:90n, 2:98, 2:99n, 2:100, 4:313, 4:316, 6:93; Tempest, 1:78, 1:79n, 1:307n; Twelfth Night, 5:438n; As You Like It, 2:25n, 4:379–80

“Shakespeare” (MA), 3:322

Shalders, E. W.: letters to (1871–75), 4:256–57

Shand, Alexander (later Burns), 4:138, 4:323, 5:162, 6:216

Shand, Emily Merelina Meymott: letters to (1876–80), 4:323; letters to (1886–88), 6:216; mentioned, 4:138, 5:162

Shand (innkeeper), 3:332

Sharp, Charles: letters to (1876–80), 4:439

Sharp, Richard, 3:153n

Sharp, William, 6:225n; letters to (1886–88), 6:224

Sharpe, Thomas Wetherherd, 5:294n; letters to (1881–85), 5:294; mentioned, 5:270, 6:28; as replacement during American tour, 5:294, 5:303, 5:308, 5:382; as school inspector, 5:222, 5:441, 5:463, 6:8, 6:37, 6:38, 6:40, 6:50, 6:66, 6:79–80, 6:116

Shaw, John Begg: letters to (1871–75), 4:134

Shaw-Lefevre, John George, 3:97, 3:98n, 6:170, 6:185–86, 6:187

Shea (chief justice), 5:367

Shedden-Ralston, William Ralston: letters to (1876–80), 4:314–15

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

Shelley, Percy Bysshe: allusion to, 1:66n; articles on, 1:344; biography of, 6:232, 6:319, 6:323, 6:325, 6:328, 6:335, 6:339; Burns compared to, 5:74; grave of, 2:426; Keats’s letter to, 6:292n; language of, 1:245; lifestyle of, 1:402; mentioned, 1:xl, 2:430; opinion of, 1:369, 5:178; references to, 2:390, 4:331

“Shelley” (MA), 6:232n; distribution of, 6:333; mentioned, 6:351; plans for, 6:315; preparation for, 6:323; writing of, 6:323–24, 6:328, 6:335, 6:356

Shepard, Elliot Fitch, 5:316, 5:317

Shepard, Margaret Louise Vanderbilt, 5:316, 5:317

Shepherd, Mr (unidentified), 3:310, 4:3, 4:6, 4:7, 4:8

Sheppard, Thomas Henry, 1:126, 1:127n

Sherborne, Lady, 3:341

Sherbrooke, Lord. See Lowe, Robert (later, Lord Sherbrooke)

Sheriff (or Sheriffe), Lawrence, 1:7n, 2:470n

Sherman, John, 5:365, 5:366n

Sherman, Gen. William Tecumseh, 5:388, 5:389, 5:390n

Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1:342n

Shirley, William Waddington, 2:244n

Shorthouse, Joseph Henry: letters to (1871–75), 4:60–61

Shrimpton (physician), 1:420

Shuttleworth, James. See Kay-Shuttleworth, James Phillips

Shuttleworth, Janet, 1:130n

Sichel, Henrietta Francisca (later, Montefiore), 5:116

Sichel, Walter Sidney: journalism of, 6:318; letters to (1886–88), 6:322, 6:352

“Sick King of Bokhara” (MA), 3:321, 5:100

Sidgwick, Arthur, 4:202n

Sidgwick, Henry, 4:202n; letters to (1871–75), 4:202, 4:241; mentioned, 3:191; writing of, 3:166n

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

Sidney, Philip, 2:68, 6:359

Le Siècle, 1:488, 1:489n

Siegfried (Wagner), 6:107

Sieyès, Emmanuel Joseph, 6:203n

Silver & Co.: letter to (1876–80), 4:441

The Silver King (Jones), 5:237n, 5:242, 5:243, 5:245, 5:260n, 6:25, 6:133, 6:154

Silvy, Camille, 2:100, 2:101n

Simcox, Edith Jemima (pseud., H. Lawrenny): letters to (1881–85), 5:218; mentioned, 5:203; review by, 3:399n

Simcox, George Augustus, 5:218n

Simeon, John, 3:237, 3:358

Simkinson, J. N., 3:421n

Simon, Jules, 6:132, 6:133n

Simonides, 5:222–23

Simon Suisse, François Jules, 4:162, 4:162n, 4:164

Simpkinson, John Nassau, 1:161, 1:165n

Simpson (owner of Fox How), 1:14

Simpson, Mrs, 4:249n

Simpson, M. C. M. (Minnie), 1:439n, 1:449

Sinclair, Mr (unidentified), 5:398

Sinclair, John: letters to (1881–85), 5:469

Singleton, Mary Montgomerie. See Currie, Mary Montgomerie Singleton

Sion College: invitation to, 6:275; lecture at, 4:86, 4:313, 4:314n, 4:316–17, 4:320n; opening of, 6:235, 6:236n

Six, M. (unidentified), 1:462

Six Chief Lives (MA). See Johnson’s Chief Lives (MA)

Skeat, Walter William, 4:330, 4:331n

Skeffington, Henry Robert, “The Etruscan Tombs at Perugia and Chiusi,” 1:xxiii, 1:131–32, 1:132n, 1:528–29

Skepper, Anne B. See Procter, Anne B. Skepper

Sketchley, R. F.: letters to (1876–80), 4:404

Sketchley, Richard Forster, 4:404n

Skilbeck, W. W., 6:248n

Skipwith, Gray, 1:34

Slade family, 1:438, 1:439, 2:224, 2:407, 3:14, 3:97, 3:196, 5:33, 5:68, 5:69

Slade, Mrs (unidentified), 3:51

Slade, Cicely Neave, 1:170n

Slade, D., 4:348

Slade, Frederick William, 1:239n

Slade, George FitzClarence, 1:299n

Slade, Gerald, 3:366, 3:371, 3:446, 3:450

Slade, Gertrude Matilda, 1:343n

Slade, Capt. Herbert Dawson (“Apollyon”), 1:239

Slade, Gen. Sir John, 1:239n

Slade, Lady (Matilda Ellen Dawson), 1:242, 1:243n, 1:343n, 1:436, 1:449, 3:103

Slade, Sophia Louise, 1:343n

Slade, Wyndham, 1:169–70n; as barrister, 2:454; gift from, 1:210; letters (general), 1:xx; letters to (1846–50), 1:169, 1:173–74; letters to (1851–55), 1:238–39, 1:242–43, 1:244, 1:288–89, 1:291–92, 1:298, 1:327; letters to (1856–60), 1:342–43; letters to (1861–65), 2:454–55; letters to (1871–75), 4:99; letters to (1881–85), 5:294–95; as Lucy’s godfather, 1:411; marriage of, 2:189; MA’s friendship with, 1:xxv; mentioned, 1:190, 1:191, 1:195, 1:196, 1:198, 1:199, 1:200, 1:213, 1:440, 1:441, 1:448, 2:98, 2:100, 2:157, 2:207, 4:14; outings with, 1:437; travels with, 1:364; visits with, 1:348

Slade, Mrs (Wyndham’s wife), 2:189, 3:20

Slagg, John: letters to (1881–85), 6:52

Slatwoods (East Cowes), 1:21, 2:94

slavery, 1:334–35, 2:218, 2:219n, 2:478. See also America, Civil War in

Slidell, John, 5:363n

Small, Mr (unidentified), 5:461–62

Smalley, George Washburn, 5:99–100n; advice from, 5:308; letters to (1881–85), 5:218, 5:234, 5:286–87, 5:298–99, 5:304, 5:311, 5:339–40, 5:413, 6:60–61, 6:63–64; letters to (1886–88), 6:135–36, 6:296, 6:363; mentioned, 5:288, 5:312, 6:62, 6:159n, 6:173

Smalley, Phoebe Garnaut, 5:99–100n; advice from, 5:304, 5:311; letters to (1876–80), 5:99; letters to (1881–85), 5:160; mentioned, 5:413

Smetham, Mrs: letters to (1861–65), 2:58

Smetham, James, 2:58n

Smirke, Sydney, 2:3–4n

Smith (banker), 1:244

Smith, Miss, 3:154

Smith, Albert Richard, 1:487, 1:488n

Smith, Alexander, 1:246n, 1:259, 1:261, 1:262n, 1:264, 1:266

Smith, Alexander Murray (“Alec,” George’s son), 5:163

Smith, Blanche. See Clough, Blanche Smith

Smith, Carl, 5:367

Smith, Constance Maria Josepha Adeane, 4:282

Smith, D. R., 6:228

Smith, E. J. S.: letters to (1886–88), 6:312

Smith, Eleanor Elizabeth, 2:143n; letters to (1861–65), 2:143; letters to (1866–70), 3:147–48; letters to (1881–85), 6:78

Smith, Elizabeth Blakeway (Mrs George): book for, 4:297; health/illnesses of, 4:129, 4:188, 4:189, 4:348; invitation to, 3:245, 3:258; letters (general), 1:xl; letters to (1866–70), 3:268; letters to (1871–75), 4:239; letters to (1881–85), 5:265–66; mentioned, 3:299, 4:167–68, 4:230, 5:101; supper dance of, 6:329; visits with, 4:58, 5:299, 5:300

Smith, Ellen Strutt, 4:145n

Smith, Elizabeth (“Dolly”). See Thompson, Elizabeth Smith (“Dolly”)

Smith, Emma Mary Fitzpatrick Vernon, 1:197

Smith, Erminnie Adelle Platt, 5:366–67, 5:368n

Smith, Esther, 1:233n

Smith, Ethel (George’s daughter), 4:189, 5:102, 5:359

Smith, Eustace, 6:27n

Smith, Eveleen Mary (later, Henderson), 6:229n

Smith, George: advice from, 4:289, 4:423; American tour and, 5:387; concerns for P. M. G., 6:333; editorship and, 3:431n; failed letter writing of, 4:159–62; A French Eton sent to, 3:67; gifts from, 6:246; health/illnesses of, 3:328, 4:189, 4:230; horse-racing and, 4:368, 4:370n, 5:32, 5:33; letters (general), 1:xl; letters to (1861–65), 2:191–93, 2:204, 2:211–12, 2:223, 2:246–47, 2:289, 2:292, 2:308–9, 2:319, 2:320, 2:329, 2:351, 2:356, 2:378–79, 2:413, 2:443–44, 2:480–81; letters to (1866), 3:1, 3:3, 3:4, 3:21, 3:33–34, 3:40–41, 3:46, 3:60, 3:66–67, 3:70–71, 3:86–87, 3:89, 3:101; letters to (1867), 3:113–14, 3:117–18, 3:120–21, 3:122, 3:123, 3:134, 3:139–40, 3:144–47, 3:149–50, 3:152, 3:156, 3:171, 3:180, 3:192, 3:201, 3:210; letters to (1868), 3:217, 3:230, 3:245, 3:246, 3:251, 3:253, 3:258, 3:263, 3:270–71, 3:280, 3:282–83, 3:286, 3:290, 3:298–99, 3:300, 3:302, 3:304–5, 3:307; letters to (1869), 3:312–13, 3:329, 3:345, 3:348, 3:363, 3:376, 3:393; letters to (1870), 3:398, 3:405–6, 3:408, 3:409, 3:410, 3:411, 3:413–14, 3:415, 3:416, 3:421, 3:423, 3:424–25, 3:432–33, 3:437–38, 3:459; letters to (1871), 4:1, 4:3, 4:7, 4:9–10, 4:12, 4:14–16, 4:36, 4:41, 4:56, 4:63; letters to (1872), 4:126, 4:129, 4:135; letters to (1873), 4:139–41, 4:144–47, 4:148–50, 4:156–57, 4:160–62, 4:165, 4:167–68, 4:169, 4:188, 4:189; letters to (1874), 4:190, 4:205, 4:215–16, 4:219, 4:222, 4:223, 4:230–31, 4:238, 4:239; letters to (1875), 4:244, 4:260, 4:262–63, 4:265, 4:266, 4:270–71, 4:278–79, 4:280, 4:291, 4:294–95, 4:296–97; letters to (1876), 4:305–7, 4:323, 4:339, 4:341, 4:344, 4:348–50; letters to (1877), 4:368, 4:370, 4:373, 4:392; letters to (1878), 4:396, 4:408, 4:418, 4:420; letters to (1879), 5:19, 5:27–28, 5:33–34, 5:35; letters to (1880), 5:101–2, 5:121; letters to (1881), 5:162–63, 5:169; letters to (1882), 5:183–84, 5:197, 5:203, 5:207, 5:211; letters to (1883), 5:260, 5:266, 5:267, 5:278, 5:279, 5:280, 5:299–301, 5:358–59; letters to (1884), 5:425, 5:433, 5:440, 5:473; letters to (1885), 6:33; letters to (1886), 6:139, 6:246; libel suit against, 3:101–2n; MA’s relation to, 2:191–92n, 6:54; mentioned, 2:328, 3:26, 3:127, 3:175, 3:224, 3:225, 3:259, 3:264, 3:460, 4:37, 4:153, 4:156, 4:217, 4:233, 4:388, 4:419, 5:139n, 6:106, 6:218, 6:244; parties of, 3:269; ships owned by, 4:129; on On the Study of Celtic Literature, 3:115; supper dance of, 6:329; travels of, 4:296; visits with, 4:58, 4:221, 6:208, 6:267n. See also Cornhill Magazine; Pall Mall Gazette (P. M. G.); Smith and Elder (publishers)

Smith, George Murray (son), 4:144–45n; mentioned, 4:10, 4:140, 4:144, 4:157, 4:279, 5:102; son of, 6:218, 6:333

Smith, Goldwin, 1:135n; acquaintances of, 5:319n; on American statesmen, 6:340; as commission member, 1:418; controversy concerning, 2:98, 2:99n; Federation Question and, 6:16; on Gladstone, 4:195; Griffin on, 6:33–34; introduction for, 2:336; on Lady Ashburton, 1:233n; on lawsuit, 5:477–78; letters from (1871–75), 4:202–3; letters to (1861–65), 2:72; letters to (1881–85), 5:314, 5:386, 5:425–26, 6:45; letters to (1886–88), 6:114–15; mentioned, 1:134, 1:273, 2:155, 2:264, 3:121; on Poems, 1:279; on Senior, 1:439n; on Stanley’s article, 2:70; visits with, 2:95, 5:395, 5:397; writing of, 2:98, 2:334

Smith, Mrs Goldwin, 5:397–98, 5:426

Smith, Henry John Stephen, 2:143n; family of, 3:154; A French Eton for, 2:331; invitation from, 3:418; mentioned, 4:65, 4:67, 4:70, 4:206; Method of Unity and, 3:40

Smith, Hugh Colin, 4:282n

Smith, John Abel, 2:269–70, 2:271, 2:271n

Smith, Katherine Isabella Place, 6:26, 6:27n

Smith, Lucy Toulmin, 4:305n; letters to (1876–80), 4:305, 4:350

Smith, Margaret Alice Holland (“Meta”), 6:315, 6:316n

Smith, Polly, 2:201

Smith, Reginald Abel, 6:316n

Smith, Reginald Bosworth, 3:378n; on Budge, 3:378; as instructor, 4:179; letters to (1871–75), 4:125–26, 4:201; letters to (1881–85), 6:104

Smith, Robert Vernon, 1:201n

Smith, Swire: letters to (1876–80), 4:343

Smith, Walter Chalmers (penname Herman Kunst), 4:208n

Smith, William, 3:343n; on Croker, 4:335; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:316; doctoral degree for, 3:422, 3:423; editorship of, 3:316, 3:459, 4:349, 6:280; letters to (1866–70), 3:456; letters to (1876–80), 4:347, 4:369–70, 4:391, 4:392, 4:393–94, 5:37, 5:38, 5:41, 5:52, 5:56, 5:58, 5:66–67; letters to (1881–85), 5:147, 5:455; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:432, 4:3. See also Quarterly Review

Smith, William Henry: Crimes Bill and, 6:274; mentioned, 4:388, 6:17, 6:269; position of, 4:389n; St Margaret’s Jubilee and, 6:285

Smith and Elder (publishers): Colam’s testimony published by, 4:329–30n; focus of, 3:141; God and the Bible published by, 4:198, 4:294–95; letters to (1871–75), 4:276–77; letters to (1876–80), 4:376, 4:409–10; letters to (1881–85), 5:165, 5:179, 5:180, 5:209; mentioned, 2:291, 4:35, 4:251, 4:276, 5:428, 6:258, 6:322; negotiations with, 4:291, 4:294–96, 4:305–7; opinion of, 4:116; payments to/from, 3:9, 3:283n, 4:167, 4:205, 5:101, 5:203, 5:209, 5:279; proposals of, 5:82; request of, 4:376; role of, 2:191–92n; rooms of, 3:457, 3:459, 4:7, 4:9, 4:16, 4:126, 4:135, 4:136, 4:188, 4:215, 4:218–19, 4:230, 4:239, 4:244, 4:263, 4:270, 4:368, 4:373, 4:392, 4:408, 5:28, 5:35; staff of, 3:271n, 3:307n, 4:147n; On the Study of Celtic Literature published by, 3:115, 3:149. See also Cornhill Magazine; Pall Mall Gazette (P. M. G.)

Smith College, 6:79

Smithson sisters, 3:33

smoking, 1:163, 2:419, 3:187, 3:194–95, 6:82

Smyth, Warington Wilkinson, 3:233, 3:234n

Smythe, Percy Ellen Frederick William. See Strangford, Lord (Percy Ellen Frederick William Smythe)

Snow, Cicely J. (later, Royle), 6:325, 6:326n

Snowden, Emily Georgina Scovell, 3:239, 3:240n

Snowden, Rev. John Hampden, 3:239, 3:240n

Social Science Congress, 3:260–61, 3:368

Society for Liberation of Religion from State Patronage and Control, 4:108n

Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge (S. P. C. K.), 6:287

Society of Arts, 3:453, 6:13n

Society of Friends. See Quakers

Socrates, 1:190, 2:15, 3:207

Soeurs of the Immaculate Conception, 1:452

“Sohrab and Rustum” (MA): editions and reprints of, 5:418; influences on, 1:280, 1:281–82, 2:385n; mentioned, 1:277n; opinion of, 3:322; quoted, 4:315; references in, 1:279n, 4:309n; responses to, 1:280–81, 1:346, 2:67; writing of, 1:263n, 1:265n, 1:266n, 1:270

Solomon, Mr (unidentified), 2:287

Solon, 6:74

Somerset Club (Boston), 5:337, 5:340, 5:344, 5:347, 5:356

Songhurst, Harriet (servant), 3:87, 3:88n, 3:94

“The Song of Callicles” (MA), 5:100

Sonnenschein, Adolf: letters to (1871–75), 4:190–91

Sonnenschein, Edward Adolf, 4:191n

Sonnenschein, William Swan, 4:191n

Sonnets from the Portuguese (Elizabeth Barrett Browning), 1:299n

Sophia Dorothea Ulrica (princess), 6:92n

Sophists, 2:407

Sophocles: allusion to, 1:118, 1:119n; audience of, 1:373; mentioned, 1:133; Merope and, 1:375–76, 1:377; reading of, 1:364

Sorell, Julia. See Arnold, Julia Sorell (Tom’s wife)

Sortain, Joseph, 1:340, 1:341n

Soubirous, Bernadette, 1:491n

Soulié, Frédéric de, 1:439n

South Africa, political concerns in, 6:214

Southcombe, J. L. Hamilton, 1:58

“A Southern Night” (MA): influences on, 1:74n, 1:454n; mentioned, 2:37n, 2:109n; publication of, 2:101; reviews of, 2:110, 2:111n

Southey, Bertha, 1:17n

Southey, Cuthbert, 1:163, 1:166n, 1:188n

Southey, Kate, 1:163, 1:166n

Southey, Robert, 1:7n, 1:17n, 1:102n, 1:188n, 1:280n, 5:22

South Kensington Museum, 3:230–31, 3:232n, 6:24n, 6:231n

South London Working Men’s Institute, 4:69, 4:86

South Molton Lane Girls Mixed School, 4:259

Souza, Mme de, 1:438n

Spain: cost of travel in, 1:173–74; successions in, 1:95, 1:96n, 3:382–83, 3:385, 3:396n, 3:445, 4:4; travels in, 1:40

Spalding, Peter, 1:xxxviii

Sparks, Emma M. (later, Eastwood), 5:254, 5:255n

Special Report on . . . Elementary Education in Germany (MA), 1:xli

Special Report on Certain Points Connected with Elementary Education in Germany, Switzerland, and France (MA): distribution of, 6:227; responses to, 6:190, 6:246; reviews of, 6:191n, 6:203n

Spectator: Buchanan’s writing in, 3:233, 3:234n; on Culture and Anarchy, 3:324; on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:186; editors of, 1:344n, 2:299n, 4:432n; on Essays in Criticism, 2:387, 2:388, 2:390; on A French Eton, 2:282, 2:283n; on God and MA, 4:43, 4:44n; on Literature and Dogma, 4:157; mentioned, 2:228, 3:284, 4:71, 4:171, 5:301, 6:263; on Merope, 1:370; on “My Countrymen,” 3:9, 3:10n; on “On the Modern Element in Literature,” 3:316; Pfeiffer’s poems in, 4:234; on Poems (1853), 1:283; on Poems (1869), 3:354; on Poems (1877), 4:372n; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 5:72; on “Prussian Tenant Right,” 3:89; reading of, 1:123, 1:143, 1:147; on religion, 5:204, 5:205n; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:370, 3:371n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:250; on “A Southern Night,” 2:110, 2:111n; on Spinoza and MA, 2:176, 2:177n; on The Strayed Reveller, 1:144; on Thomas Arnold (senior), 2:474; on On Translating Homer, 2:73, 2:74n, 2:78, 2:131. See also Hutton, Richard Holt

Spedding, James S., 2:81n; letters from (1866–70), 3:220, 3:386, 3:460; letters to (1866–70), 3:221–22, 3:420–21; on On Translating Homer, 2:73, 2:74n, 2:80

“A Speech at Eton” (MA), 5:16, 5:199

“A Speech at Westminster” (MA), 4:183, 4:184n

Speke, Rev. B., 3:231, 3:232n

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

Spencer, Herbert, 2:214, 2:412, 3:184n, 4:292, 4:293n

Spencer, John Charles (Lord Althorp), 5:327, 5:328n

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

Spenser, Edmund, 2:68, 5:75, 6:291

Spenser, Herbert, 6:263n

Spicer, John William Gooch, 1:204, 1:206n

Spicer, Juliana Hannah Webb Probyn, 1:204, 1:206n

Spinoza, Baruch: articles on, 2:172, 2:174–75, 2:199, 2:202, 2:245, 2:246n; as influence, 4:290; interest in, 2:279, 2:280; Maurice on, 2:176, 2:177n; mentioned, 1:271, 1:500, 2:253; photograph of, 2:184, 2:185; reading of, 1:177; on scripture’s interpretations, 2:163, 2:167, 2:169. See also “The Bishop and the Philosopher” (MA)

“Spinoza and the Bible” (MA), 2:185n

“Spinoza” (MA), 2:185n

Spitalsfield, Jewish Free School in, 2:60, 2:286, 3:218, 4:120, 4:208

Spooner, Miss, 1:158, 1:164n

Spooner, Anna Frances Cobbold, 3:133, 3:134n

Spooner, Catherine (later, Tait), 1:164n

Spooner, Rev. Edward, 3:134n

Spooner, William Archibald, 1:164n

sports and leisure activities: archery, 3:148–49; billiards, 4:4, 4:221, 4:223, 4:263, 4:297, 4:348, 4:349; boating, 2:306–7, 2:445, 2:446–47, 2:463, 3:130, 3:131n, 3:151, 4:113; botanizing, 2:64n, 2:150, 2:155–56, 3:76–77, 3:148, 3:150, 3:154, 3:155, 3:246, 3:248, 3:256, 3:280, 3:338, 3:354, 3:410, 3:418, 3:422, 3:429, 3:431–32, 3:436, 3:438, 4:19, 4:23, 4:47–48, 4:155, 4:156, 4:158–59, 4:192–93, 4:387, 5:21, 5:49–50, 5:106, 5:108, 5:182, 5:187, 5:220, 5:293, 5:360, 5:376, 5:449, 6:19, 6:52–53, 6:56, 6:113, 6:118, 6:131, 6:148, 6:157, 6:159, 6:161, 6:173–74, 6:181–82, 6:183–84, 6:188, 6:191, 6:193, 6:204; card-playing, 1:70, 1:70n, 2:250, 3:102–3, 3:371, 4:126, 5:87, 5:449; cricket, 3:268–69, 3:349, 3:350, 3:354; croquêt, 2:92, 2:100, 2:111, 2:145, 2:234, 2:345, 3:433; dancing, 1:81, 3:400, 4:388, 5:5, 5:75, 5:176, 5:182, 5:254, 6:42–43, 6:104, 6:107, 6:112, 6:249, 6:325, 6:333, 6:338; fishing in America, 6:172, 6:184, 6:197; fishing in Belgium, 2:23, 2:27, 2:29, 2:38, 2:152, 2:222; fishing in England, 1:12, 1:36, 1:54, 1:342, 2:103, 2:104n, 2:200, 2:205, 2:207, 2:446, 3:26, 3:51, 3:127, 3:148, 3:158, 3:257, 3:260, 3:263–64, 3:341, 3:343, 3:352, 3:353, 3:360, 3:414, 3:418, 3:421–22, 3:434, 4:14, 4:17, 4:18, 4:23, 4:37, 4:39, 4:43, 4:165, 4:206, 4:214, 4:329, 4:409, 5:32, 5:60, 5:97, 5:162, 5:205, 6:12, 6:36–37, 6:40, 6:43, 6:147, 6:148, 6:209, 6:283, 6:286, 6:359, 6:362; fishing in France, 1:443; fishing in Germany, 2:444; fishing in Ireland, 5:123; fishing in Scotland, 2:340, 3:64, 3:68, 3:72, 3:74, 3:75, 3:168, 5:226, 5:447, 6:307; fishing in Switzerland, 2:464; fishing in Wales, 6:308–9, 6:310, 6:313, 6:316; football (rugby), 3:366, 4:65, 4:67, 5:333, 5:471; gambling, 4:147, 4:148–49, 4:150, 4:297; hoops, 1:17; horse-racing, 4:368, 4:370n, 5:32, 5:33; hunting, 1:244, 2:25, 2:27, 2:28; iceskating, 1:515, 1:516, 2:45, 2:47, 2:261, 3:102, 3:107, 3:403, 3:462, 4:2, 4:8, 4:446, 5:67, 5:123, 5:398, 6:104, 6:112, 6:122, 6:244, 6:248; illuminating, 4:80; lawn tennis, 4:339, 4:435, 5:102, 5:112, 5:162, 6:56, 6:57, 6:209, 6:237; mountain hiking, 1:397–400, 1:403, 1:487, 4:47; “new rugby,” 5:161; racquets, 3:316, 3:319, 3:366; shooting, 1:34, 2:87, 3:68, 3:75, 3:102, 3:158, 3:161–62, 3:181, 4:43, 4:73, 4:75, 4:78, 4:83, 4:136, 4:140, 4:175, 4:214, 6:68, 6:113, 6:307; swimming, 1:154, 2:75, 2:430; theatricals, 3:1, 3:2, 3:116, 3:223–24, 3:398, 4:10, 4:80, 4:86, 4:95, 4:140–41; tobogganing, 5:398

Spottiswoode, Andrew, 5:268n

Spottiswoode, Frances Hammick, 5:268

Spottiswoode, George Andrew, 5:268

Spottiswoode, William, 4:394n; family of, 5:268n; letters to (1876–80), 4:394; letters to (1881–85), 5:210. See also Fortnightly Review

Spottiswoode & Co. (printers): letters to (1886–88), 6:279; mentioned, 4:276–77, 4:294, 4:357, 4:360, 6:143

Spraggs, Mr and Mrs (unidentified), 1:20

Sprigg, Stanhope: letters to (1871–75), 4:40, 4:104

Springfield (Mass.) Republican, 6:169

Spring Grove School, methods of, 3:160

Spring Rice, Charles, 2:119n, 2:224, 3:250

Spring Rice, Elizabeth Margaret Marshall, 2:119

Spring Rice, Mary Alice (later, Marshall), 4:78, 4:91

Spring Rice, Stephen, 2:119n

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

Spring Rice, William Cecil, 3:116, 3:117n, 4:137

Sproat (from Keswick), 2:29, 2:71n

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon, 2:112, 2:113n, 2:324, 3:84n, 3:87–88, 3:409

“S.S. ‘Lusitania’” (MA), 5:120n

Staal, Baron de, 6:10, 6:11n

Stacy, J. H., 4:361n

Stadthagen (language teacher), 6:106

Staël, Adélaïde de, 1:426n; mentioned, 1:440, 1:441; visits with, 1:423, 1:425, 1:426, 1:427

Staël, Mme Anne-Louise-Germaine de, 1:181, 2:114

Staël-Holstein, Albertine de, 1:426n

Staël-Holstein, Auguste de, 1:426n

“Stagirius” (MA), 2:342, 2:343n, 3:322

Stahel, Marie Elizabeth (later, Farmer), 3:357, 3:358n

Staines, British school in, 3:218, 3:230, 3:401n

Standard (newspaper): on disestablishment, 6:314; on Forster, 2:476, 2:477n; on Palmerston scandal, 2:240; reading of, 6:320

Stanford, Charles Villiers, 5:156n; lectures of, 5:253; letters to (1881–85), 5:156

Stanhope, Lady, 6:265, 6:269

Stanhope, Lord, 6:268–69

Stanhope, Anna (later, Lady Chandos-Pole), 6:124, 6:338

Stanhope, Dorothea Hay, 2:335, 2:336n

Stanhope, Edward, 6:214, 6:215n

Stanhope, Henry Edwyn Chandos Scudamore, 2:335, 2:336n

Stanley family, 1:488, 2:73, 2:219, 3:9, 4:44n, 4:89

Stanley, Lady, of Alderley (Henrietta Maria, Dowager): family of, 3:151; letters to (1876–80), 4:312, 5:13; letters to (1881–85), 5:212; mentioned, 6:261; women’s education and, 2:365

Stanley, Lord, of Alderley (Henry Edward John), 1:53n, 1:186, 1:187n, 1:192, 3:188n, 4:312n

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn (A. P. S.), 1:53n; acquaintances of, 1:111n, 1:115, 1:141–42n; appointments for, 2:159, 2:160n, 2:242, 2:243; biography by, 1:xxxviii, 1:168n, 2:145; on “The Bishop and the Philosopher,” 2:174; on Clough, 1:127, 2:120; death of, 5:158–59; Derby’s government and, 3:54–55; Dissenters and, 3:370–71; Eastern tour of, 2:157, 2:158n; on Edward, 2:259; elegy for (see “Westminster Abbey” (MA)); on Essays in Criticism, 2:379; father’s letters and, 1:59; Geological Society and, 3:316; gift for, 2:247; headmaster candidates and, 1:48n; influences on, 1:97; Irish issues and, 3:242, 3:324; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:17; on Keble, 3:320; letters from (1871–75), 4:178; letters to (1876–80), 4:337–38, 5:8, 5:34, 5:93; in Literary Club, 3:308; marriage of, 1:428n, 2:164n, 2:242–43; on Mary Arnold, 4:177; MA’s friendship with, 1:xxv; MA’s poetry and, 1:54; memorial for, 5:175, 5:176n; mentioned (1841–50), 1:106, 1:116, 1:117; mentioned (1851–60), 1:198, 1:297, 1:301, 1:310, 1:358, 1:367; mentioned (1861–70), 2:103, 2:162–63, 2:170, 2:172, 2:182, 2:251, 2:264, 2:281, 2:290, 2:355, 2:372, 2:381, 2:447, 2:448–49, 2:469, 2:474, 3:97, 3:106, 3:168, 3:183n, 3:221, 3:347, 3:390; mentioned (1871–80), 4:83, 4:143, 4:334, 4:388, 4:389, 5:86n; mentioned (1881–85), 5:370; on Merope, 1:374, 1:376; on “My Countrymen,” 3:13; Newman and, 5:95; on Norwich, 1:160; parties of, 2:204–5; Poems (1877) for, 4:367; portraits of, 3:166; recommendation from, 3:136; remembered, 5:164, 5:168, 6:102, 6:114; reputation of, 1:46, 1:47n; 1848 Revolution and, 1:100n; Roman history and, 1:312–13; Rugby visit of, 3:391–92; scholarship proposal of, 1:50; Schools Inquiry Commission and, 2:362; sermons of, 2:5, 3:207, 3:330, 3:331n, 5:20; on Socrates, 1:190; Swinburne on, 5:94; on Thomas Arnold Sr., 3:273, 3:317, 4:319, 5:174n, 5:244; Tom’s career and, 2:373, 2:376, 2:377, 2:383, 2:388, 2:390, 2:392, 4:246, 4:247n, 5:28; travels of, 4:442n; visits with, 1:346, 2:157, 2:203; wife’s death and, 4:281, 4:318; Wordsworth’s statue and, 5:32, 5:34; writings of, 2:70, 2:71n, 3:375; works: Addresses and Sermons delivered during a visit to the United States and Canada in 1878, 5:20n; Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church, 2:182, 2:183n, 2:193n, 4:337, 4:338n; Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, 1:xxxviii, 1:365–66, 2:145, 4:108–9, 5:174, 5:244, 6:257

Stanley, Augusta Bruce: death of, 4:281, 4:318n; family of, 3:191; letters to (1866–70), 3:326; marriage of, 2:164n, 2:242–43; mentioned, 1:427, 1:428n, 1:437, 1:440, 2:264, 2:372, 3:183n; Rugby visit of, 3:391–92; women’s education and, 2:365

Stanley, Catherine Leycester, 1:187, 1:188n

Stanley, Edward, 1:160, 1:165n

Stanley, Edward George Geoffrey Smith. See Derby, Lord (Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley)

Stanley, Edward Henry. See Derby, Lord (Edward Henry Stanley)

Stanley, Edward John, 1:195, 1:196n, 4:312n

Stanley, Edward Lyulph (later, Baron), 5:259n; advice from, 5:322; letters to (1881–85), 5:258–59; secondary education and, 5:60

Stanley, Henrietta Blanche (Lady Airlie), 3:151, 3:152n, 3:162, 5:135, 6:29

Stanley, Henry Morton, 4:238n

Stanley, Mary (A. P.’s sister), 2:157, 2:158n, 2:159, 2:242, 2:243, 3:119

Stansfeld, James, 2:123n; Irish issues and, 6:150; mentioned, 2:122, 2:270, 4:6, 4:194, 5:115

“Stanzas from Carnac” (MA), 1:74n, 1:445n

“Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse” (MA), 1:218n, 1:307–8, 5:335

“Stanzas in Memory of the Author of ‘Obermann’” (MA): mentioned, 2:65, 2:83, 2:84, 2:147, 2:180; mis-burial in, 1:317n

Star. See Morning Star and Dial

Star & Garter, 3:264, 3:353, 3:357

state, reflections on, 6:322–23

Statute Law Revision Committee, 3:136n

Stead, William Thomas: on Criminal Law Amendment Bill, 6:55n; editorship of, 5:416, 6:333; letters to (1881–85), 5:443, 5:458; letters to (1886–88), 6:203, 6:234; mentioned, 5:411; on Novikoff, 5:173n; opinion of, 6:54

Stearns, Frank Preston: letters to (1886–88), 6:110

Steel, Charles Godfroy, 3:330, 3:331n

Steel, Matilda (later, Nettleship), 4:356n

Steel, Rev. Thomas Henry, 3:331n

Steel (assistant master at Harrow), 4:62

Steele family, 4:20

Steele, Isabel Fitzgerald, 4:20n

Steele, Rosalie McCarty, 4:20n

Steele, Gen. Sir Thomas Montagu, 4:20n

Stein, baron von und zum (Heinrich Friedrich Karl), 2:439, 2:440n

Stein, Karl, 3:88, 3:90, 6:310–11

Steinhäuser, Pauline, “Polish Exiles,” 1:83, 1:85n

“Stein Plus Hardenburg” (MA), 3:90n, 3:228n

Stendhal, 4:164n

Stephen, Harriet Marian Thackeray, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:46, 3:97

Stephen, James (1789–1859), 1:332, 1:333n

Stephen, James Fitzjames (1829–94), 1:390n; appointment for, 3:374, 5:3; on Arminius, 4:24n; on “Culture and Its Enemies,” 3:187–88n; dinner for, 3:376; on England and the Italian Question, 1:487, 1:488n; on Essays in Criticism, 2:387n; Kay-Shuttleworth’s memorandum and, 3:224; as lawyer, 4:136n; letters to (1876–80), 5:3; on MA, 2:354–55, 2:356, 2:358, 3:7, 3:8n, 3:11, 3:134; meeting with, 3:233; mentioned, 1:379, 1:380n, 1:389, 1:436, 2:347, 2:394, 3:30n, 5:7, 6:26, 6:308; Newcastle Commission and, 1:413, 1:418–19; on Newman, 2:348n; opinion of, 6:115; on religious controversy, 3:375, 3:376n; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:245n; on Thomas Arnold Sr., 3:168; on On Translating Homer, 2:66n, 2:86, 2:87n

Stephen, Leslie: on Arminius, 4:24; as chair of English Literature, 5:434; DNB and, 2:192n; editorship of, 4:36n, 4:182, 4:279, 4:280, 5:68–69; on list of academicians, 6:263n; on MA, 1:lx; mentioned, 4:129, 4:339; on St Paul and Protestantism, 3:439; works: Johnson, 4:416. See also Cornhill Magazine

Stephens, Thomas, 3:29–30, 3:69

Stephenson, B. C., 4:392n, 5:273

Sterling, John, 1:49n

Sterling Memorial Library (Yale), 1:xxiv

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 3:369n, 6:215

Steward, Charles Holden, 1:223, 1:224, 1:225n

Steward, William, 4:119n; letters to (1871–75), 4:118–19, 4:124, 4:127

Stewart, Mrs, 5:408, 5:419, 5:456, 5:478

Stewart, Dugald, 4:221

Stewart, George, Jr., 5:378n; letters to (1881–85), 5:377–78, 5:419–20, 5:451, 5:455, 5:477–78; visit with, 5:425, 5:456

Stewart, J. L., 5:442, 5:450, 5:463, 6:38

Stewart-Mackenzie, Louisa (Lady Ashburton), 3:390, 3:391n, 4:156

Stockbridge (Berkshires), Whitridges’ house in: plans to visit, 6:155, 6:159, 6:166, 6:167; remembered, 6:204, 6:206, 6:210, 6:216–17, 6:222, 6:229; visit to, 6:170–74, 6:183–84, 6:186–87, 6:196–97

Stocker, Ellen, 6:2

Stoddard, E. B., 5:339n

Stoker, Bram: letters to (1881–85), 5:438; letters to (1886–88), 6:267

Stokes, Mr, 3:293

Stokes, Whitley, 2:374, 4:236

Stone, Miss (unidentified), 2:17

Stone, Clara (later, Hay), 5:380, 5:382, 5:392, 5:395, 5:434

Stone, John Harris: letters to (1876–80), 4:372

Stone, Lincoln Ripley, 5:339

Stone, Melville Elijah: letters to (1881–85), 5:417

Stooks, Ellen (later, Churchill), 6:69, 6:70n, 6:73

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

Storrar, Dr, 2:363

Storrs, Richard Salter, 5:332n

Story family, 4:153

Story, Emelyn Eldredge, 2:145, 2:146n, 5:233

Story, P. Herbert, 5:164

Story, William Wetmore, 2:146n; letters to (1881–85), 5:233; Literature and Dogma sent to, 4:157; mentioned, 2:145, 5:11n

Story-Maskelyne, Mary Lucy (later, Arnold-Forster), 1:173n, 6:22, 6:61–62, 6:218, 6:219n

Story-Maskelyne, Mervyn Herbert Nevil, 1:172

Stoughton, John, 3:365n; letters to (1866–70), 3:365; mentioned, 3:366, 3:389; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:409

Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1:258–60

Stowmarket, British school in, 3:133

Strachey, George, 2:157, 2:158n

Strachey, Henry, 2:158n

Strahan, Alexander: editorship and, 4:345n, 4:346; handbill of, 4:221, 4:222n; letters to (1876–80), 4:355, 5:68; Massey published by, 3:396; mentioned, 4:344, 5:188. See also Contemporary Review

Strangford, Lady , 3:133, 3:185n

Strangford, Lord (Percy Ellen Frederick William Smythe), 3:18–19n; on Celtic papers, 3:22–23, 3:113, 3:114n, 3:115, 3:118, 3:137; mentioned, 3:18, 3:20, 3:62, 3:127, 3:133, 3:155, 3:258

Stratford, British school in, 2:60

Stratford de Redcliffe, Lord, 3:338, 3:377, 3:390

Stratford de Redcliffe, Lady (Elizabeth Charlotte Alexander), 3:377, 3:378n, 3:390

Stratheden, Lady (Mary Elizabeth Campbell), 2:66, 2:67n, 2:444, 2:445n

Strauss, David Friedrich, 4:138n, 4:195, 4:227

The Strayed Reveller and Other Poems (MA): in archive, 1:xl; comments on, 1:133, 1:151; motto of, 1:279n; publication of, 1:47n; responses to, 1:136, 1:145–46; reviews of, 1:141, 1:142–43, 1:144, 1:145n, 1:245n, 1:324n; sales of, 1:272, 3:332

Streatfeild, Barley, 2:390n, 3:27, 3:235

Streatfeild, Sarah Marie (later, Donaldson-Hudson), 4:327

Streatfeild, Maj. Sydney, 2:390n

Strong, Mrs (unidentified), 6:287

Strong, Emilia Frances (later, Pattison), 6:53–54n

Strutt, Edward (Lord Belper), 2:131, 2:132n, 4:145n

Strutt, Ellen (later, Smith), 4:145n

Strutt, Emily Otter. See Belper, Lady Emily Otter

Strzelecki, Paul Edmund de, 2:145, 2:146n

Stuart, Marie Pauline Rose. See Blaze de Bury, Marie Pauline Rose (née Stuart)

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

Stuart-Wortley, Charles, 6:121n

Stuart-Wortley, Charles James, 6:286–87n

Stuart-Wortley, James Archibald, 1:513n

Stuart-Wortley, Jane Lawley, 1:513n

Stubbs, William (later, bishop of Oxford), 4:443n; book of, 4:442; as influence, 6:290–91, 6:294; mentioned, 6:66

Studwell, Clementine Lassar, 5:367

“The Study of Poetry” (MA): appearance of, 5:82; preparation for, 5:65; proofs of, 5:81, 5:82n; publication of, 5:45n; references in, 5:74

Sturgis, Julian, 5:34

The Styrian Lake and Other Poems (Faber), 1:53n

“subjugate destiny,” use of phrase, 1:132, 1:133

Suffolk, description of, 3:130

Suffolk, earl of (Henry Charles Howard), 5:42n; letters to (1876–80), 5:41–42; letters to (1886–88), 6:249–50; mentioned, 3:272n

Suffolk, Lady (Mary Eleanor Lauderdale Coventry), 5:41, 5:42n, 6:250

Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw, 1:194n, 4:336n

Sugden, Rev. Frank, 4:335, 4:336n

Sugden, Henrietta Saltmarsh, 4:335, 4:336n

Sullivan, Arthur (Sully), 5:8

Sulman, John: letters to (1871–75), 4:168–69

Sumner, George Henry, 1:354n; letters to (1856–60), 1:353–54, 1:355, 1:359; letters to (1881–85), 5:133; mentioned, 4:46

Sumner, John Bird, 1:355n

Sumner, John Henry Robertson, 1:355n

Sumner, Robert George Moncrieff, 1:355n

The Sun, 1:323, 1:324n, 4:95n

Sunday Advertiser, 5:474

Super, Robert, 1:xvii, 1:xxi, 1:xxii–xxiii

Le Supplice d’une femme (Dumas and Girardin), 3:42, 3:43n

Surtees, Virginia, 4:280n

Sutherland, duke of, 1:72n, 3:113n

Sutton, John Henry Manners, 2:82n

Sutton, Mary Jemima Burnaby Manners, 2:81, 2:82n

Suwarrow, Marshal, 6:38

Swarthmore College, 5:373n

Swedenborg, Emanuel, 3:126, 3:447n

“sweetness and light,” use of phrase, 3:369, 3:390, 3:427n, 4:56, 4:59, 4:91n, 4:279, 4:280n, 5:135

Swift, Jonathan, 6:110

Swinburne, Algernon Charles: on Académie Française, 3:177, 3:178n; acquaintances of, 1:102n, 2:123n, 3:201n; advice of, 3:354, 4:280; articles on, 3:183; attacks on, 3:72–73n, 3:334; biography of, 5:217n; on Browning, 4:262n; on Collins, 3:156n, 5:97; criticism of, 3:356, 4:22n, 5:414; on Denman, 3:228n; on Dixon, 2:76n; family of, 3:334n; on Gallenga, 3:373n; on gossip, 1:l–li; humor of, 1:l; influences on, 3:120n; letters (general), 1:xix, 1:xxxiv; letters from (1866–70), 3:176–77, 3:179; letters to (1866–70), 3:178, 3:200, 3:252–53; letters to (1876–80), 5:71, 5:96; letters to (1881–85), 5:175, 5:219; on letter writing, 1:xliv; on list of academicians, 6:263n; mentioned, 1:277n, 1:344n, 2:214, 3:191, 3:425, 3:450, 4:428, 5:223; New Poems and, 3:176–77, 3:195, 3:252; opinion of, 1:xxviii, 3:449; places loved by, 1:xlvii; on Shakespeare, 5:71; on Veuillot, 1:480n; on Walford, 1:510n; on Yates, 3:188n; works: Atalanta in Calydon, 2:417n; Mary Stuart, 5:175, 5:178; Poems and Ballads, 2:99n, 4:22n; Songs of the Springtides, 5:94, 5:95n, 5:96n; Tristram of Lyonesse and Other Poems, 5:219

Swinerton, C. E.: letters to (1881–85), 6:5

Switzerland: description of, 1:470–71, 1:472, 1:474; fishing in, 2:464; floods in, 3:279; map of, 1:121n, 1:139, 1:355; railway in, 1:469n; travels in, 1:120–21, 1:176n, 1:394–400, 1:403, 2:460–61, 2:463–64, 2:466–67, 4:46–48, 5:104–10, 6:77, 6:80, 6:121–24, 6:126

Switzerland, places visited in: Zurich, 2:466, 6:123–25, 6:126

Sydney International Exhibition, 5:35n

Sydney University, 6:218, 6:220

Sykes, John A. G.: letters to (1866–70), 3:103–4, 3:114, 3:138–39, 3:141, 3:145; letters to (1871–75), 4:285–86, 4:288; letters to (1876–80), 4:351, 5:70; letters to (1881–85), 5:309; mentioned, 6:60; work of, 2:318

Symonds, Arthur Gibb: letters to (1871–75), 4:213

Symonds, John Addington: acquaintances of, 2:172n; as candidate for position, 4:359; on Clough’s writings, 3:78n; on Flu’s eye, 2:142, 2:143n; mentioned, 6:252; on Poems of Wordsworth, 5:66, 5:68

Syria, French occupation of, 2:13, 2:14n