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Tablet, 5:90

Tachard (“pasteur”), 1:454n

Tacitus, 4:129n, 4:292, 6:322

Tailer, Miss (unidentified), 3:424

Taille, Mme, 1:75n

Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe, 2:264n; letters to (1861–65), 2:278–79; letters to (1881–85), 5:197; mentioned, 2:262, 2:263, 2:407, 4:343, 5:190, 6:103, 6:110, 6:121; on Shakespeare and Balzac, 5:178; visits with, 2:279n

Tait family, 1:163, 1:185, 1:392, 3:164, 3:356

Tait, Archibald Campell (bishop of London, later Canterbury), 1:48n; appointments for, 1:161, 1:201n, 2:159, 2:160n, 2:174n; as Athenæum member, 2:135–36; on Calvinism, 1:64; on Congreve, 1:67; death of, 5:244n; A French Eton for, 2:313; health/illnesses of, 3:85; on Irish Church bill, 3:352; letters to (1841–45), 1:47–48; mentioned, 1:52n, 1:97, 1:164n, 2:174, 2:207, 4:364, 5:76n; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:251; Tom’s career and, 4:246, 4:247n

Tait, Catherine (née Spooner), 1:164n

Talbot, Adelaide (Lady Brownlow), 5:160

Talbot, Emma. See Chetwynd-Talbot, Lady Emma Charlotte

Talbot, Mary Magdalene Tichborne (later, Hibbert), 2:286, 2:287n

Talfourd, Thomas Noon, 5:199

Tallack, William, 3:369n; letters to (1866–70), 3:368–69, 3:384

Talleyrand, 1:438n

Tannhäuser (Wagner), 6:132

Tatham, Rev. Thomas, 1:15, 3:370, 3:371n

Tauchnitz, Christian Bernhard: book series of, 6:212n, 6:319, 6:328; letters to (1886–88), 6:300; meeting with, 6:99

Tauler, Johannes: essay on, 6:228–29, 6:264–65, 6:276; translations of, 6:214, 6:215n, 6:287n

Taunton, archdeacon of (George Anthony Denison), 1:358, 2:380, 5:83

Taunton, Lord (Henry Labouchere), 2:361–66, 3:197n

Taunton Commission: description of, 2:361–65; girls’ education and, 2:360; hopes for, 2:330; MA’s letter to, 2:366; members of, 2:6n, 2:314n, 2:334, 2:336, 2:352, 2:354, 2:361, 3:396n, 5:390n; mentioned, 2:345; possible article on, 2:355; recommendations of, 3:441; secretary of, 2:342, 2:361n; U.S. and Canada investigations of, 2:454n. See also Schools and Universities on the Continent (MA)

Taunton Commission, travel for: approval of, 2:392–93; break in, 2:406–7; departure for, 2:399; duties outlined for, 2:401–3; impact on inspecting duties, 3:80–81; possibility of, 2:390, 2:391; salary issues and, 2:395–96, 2:398, 2:400, 3:81–83, 3:118, 3:170; school inspections in, 2:408, 2:412, 2:413–14, 2:416, 2:421, 2:423, 2:424, 2:425, 2:428, 2:431, 2:432–33, 2:434, 2:438, 2:448–49, 2:452, 2:453, 2:456, 2:458–59, 2:466; social engagements during, 2:409–12; travel expenses in, 2:414–15, 2:438, 2:442; visiting for, 2:405–6

Tautphoeus, Jemima Montgomery, 1:197n

Tavistock, Lord. See Russell, George William Francis Sackville (marquis of Tavistock)

Taylor boy, 6:182

Taylor, Miss (unidentified), 3:376–77

Taylor, Anna Sophia (later, Malleson), 3:404n

Taylor, Fan, 6:190, 6:191n

Taylor, Henry: letters to (1871–75), 4:139; mentioned, 3:403n; opinion of, 4:137; works: Philip van Artevelde, 1:74n; St Clement’s Eve, 2:171

Taylor, John Pitt, 3:97, 3:98n

Taylor, Tom, 2:148n, 2:390n, 5:276n

Taylor Library (London), 2:205

teachers: trade union for, 5:128n; women as, 1:323, 2:387. See also pupil-teachers

Teale (unidentified), 5:475

Tedder (Athenæum librarian), 5:133–34

Teddington, daily life at, 1:320–21

Teed, Ellen Julia (later, Hollond), 2:145, 2:146n

Teetgen, Alexander T.: letters to (1866–70), 3:339–40

Telegraph (newspaper), 2:241, 2:416

Teleki, Countess (Jane Frances Bickersteth), 2:145, 2:146n

telephone, demonstration of, 6:91

Temple, Frederick (later, archbishop of Canterbury), 1:118n, 1:210n; advice from, 3:253; as bishop of Exeter, 3:369, 3:370–71, 3:392, 3:395, 3:438; on Budge at Rugby, 3:165, 3:202, 3:206; classmates of, 1:37; examiner position and, 1:117, 1:198; as influence, 2:366, 2:367; at Jowett’s dinner, 4:17; letters to (1846–50), 1:129–30; letters to (1866–70), 3:369; mentioned, 1:60, 1:107, 2:96, 2:221, 3:68, 3:114, 3:117, 3:168, 3:249, 3:309, 3:360, 4:245, 6:119; on Merope, 1:382; New Poems sent to, 3:250; Revised Code and, 2:131, 2:132n, 2:133, 2:134; Rugby School and, 2:368, 2:370–71, 3:103, 3:107–8, 3:373, 3:375, 3:384; sermons and speeches of, 3:391–92, 5:422, 6:285; Tait memorial and, 5:244; Taunton Commission and, 2:362–65, 2:368, 3:251; testimonial for, 1:364, 1:365; Tom’s career and, 2:383; visits with, 1:405; writings of, 2:62, 2:63n, 3:404

Temple, Henry John. See Palmerston, Lord (Henry John Temple)

Temple, Jennetta Octavia, 1:405, 1:406n, 3:163, 3:193

Temple, Col. John, 3:108, 3:109n

Temple Bar: contributors to, 5:53n; editors of, 3:188n, 4:15n; on Tennyson and Browning, 3:355–56

Templer, John Charles, 3:237, 3:237–38n, 3:319, 3:377, 3:378n, 3:447

Le Temps, 2:410n, 5:159, 5:228

Tennant, Mrs, 5:42

Tennant, Charles, 4:238n, 5:86n, 5:268, 5:269n, 6:14n

Tennant, Dorothy (“Dolly”), 4:238n; letters to (1881–85), 5:134; mentioned, 4:238

Tennant, Emma Alice Margaret (Margot), 6:13, 6:14n

Tennant, Emma Winsloe, 5:268, 5:269n

Tennant, Eveleen. See Myers, Eveleen Tennant

Tennant, Laura (later, Lyttelton), 6:13, 6:14n, 6:147, 6:149n, 6:271

Tennant, Rev. William, 5:42, 5:43n

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord: acquaintances of, 1:102n, 1:170n, 2:63–64n, 2:81n, 2:119n, 2:146n, 3:73n, 3:188n, 3:237, 3:342n, 3:375n, 4:336n, 4:348n, 5:36n; allusions to, 1:64, 1:66n, 2:437n; allusion to MA, 2:247n, 2:259; Arthurian work of, 5:223; autograph/handwriting of, 3:18, 6:24; on Browning, 4:262n; criticism of, 1:77, 3:355–56; editions of, 6:294; expedition to view eclipse and, 3:426, 3:427n; family of, 1:201n; Farrar on, 3:205n; on gossip, 1:l; house of, 5:161; humor of, 1:l; as influence, 1:76, 1:279, 1:280; legacy of, 5:122; letters (general), 1:xix, 1:xxxiv; letters to (1890), 6:18–19n; on letter writing, 1:xliii–xliv; lifestyle of, 1:402, 3:339; on list of academicians, 6:262n; mentioned, 1:108n, 1:347, 2:277n, 3:20, 3:333, 4:43, 4:57–58, 4:59, 4:112, 4:266, 5:105; New Poems sent to, 3:250; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:34, 5:37, 5:38, 5:154; opinion of, 2:42–43, 2:59, 2:129, 2:215, 2:339, 3:347; place loved by, 1:xlvii; popularity of work, 5:57; portraits of, 3:188n; published letters of, 3:339n; publisher of, 3:381n, 3:396n; quoted, 6:23; reading recommendations of, 2:475n; Smith (reviewer) on, 1:135n; style of, 3:222; translation of, 1:306n; on Tyndall, 3:120n; works: “Attempts at Classical Metres in Quantity,” 2:247n; “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” 1:299n; “Dedication,” 2:122, 2:123n; “De Profundis,” 5:92; “Despair,” 5:188n; Enoch Arden and Other Poems, 2:338, 2:339, 2:340, 2:377, 3:8n; Harold, 4:346, 5:58; The Holy Grail and Other Poems, 3:396, 3:398, 3:399, 4:74; Idylls, 3:322; “In Memoriam,” 3:177; “Lord of Burleigh,” 1:64, 1:66n; “Lucretius,” 5:219, 3:20, 3:21n; Maud and Other Poems, 1:322, 1:323n, 2:99n; “Ode,” 2:87n; Poems. MDCCCXXX and MDCCCCXXXIII, 2:339n; “Princess,” 1:155; Queen Mary, 4:320n; “Riflemen Form!” 1:508n; “The Vicar of Shiplake,” 1:170n

Tennyson, Eleanor Locker, 2:164n, 4:396

Tennyson, Emily, 1:170n, 4:58, 4:59

Tennyson, Hallam: letters to (1881–85), 5:139, 5:248, 6:12; mentioned, 4:64–65; theater box of, 4:320

Tennyson, Lionel, 2:164n, 4:396, 6:18–19n

Terence, 2:230

“The Terrace at Berne” (MA), 1:121n, 2:188n

Terror (ship), 1:513n

Terry, Charlotte Fellowes, 6:236n, 6:325, 6:333

Terry, Ellen, 3:331n

Terry, Kate (later, Lewis), 3:329, 3:331n

Terry, Lt. Col. Thomas Henry Clarke, 6:236n, 6:333

Test Bill (1871), 3:25n

testimonials: for Bradley, 1:386–87; for Clough, 1:228–29; for Hayman, 3:392; for Price, 1:230; for Sandford, 1:229; for Shairp, 3:38; for Temple, 1:364, 1:365; for Walrond, 2:194; for Wileman, 4:125

Tests Abolition (Oxford) Bill, 2:292n

Teufelsdroeckh (professor), 3:177

Texas A&M University, 1:xli

Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 1:lv

Texier, Edmond, 4:425–26n

Thackeray, Anne Isabella. See Ritchie, Anne Isabella Thackeray

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

Thackeray, William Makepeace: acquaintances of, 2:207n; in America, 5:331; behavior of, 2:147; death and funeral of, 2:257, 2:259; dedication to, 1:258, 1:259n; letters to (1856–60), 1:xl, 2:10; MA compared to, 5:387; mentioned, 1:510, 2:192n, 3:307; on Paris, 1:420–21n; poems for, 3:396; portraits of, 2:267n; travels of, 1:259n; visits with, 2:90; works: Barry Lyndon, 5:194. See also Apostles; Cornhill Magazine

Thaxter, Miss , 5:460

Theocritus, 2:289, 3:32, 3:179

Theological Review, 3:381, 4:52, 4:53n, 4:55

Theologisch Tijdschrift, 4:172, 4:173n, 4:174

Thesiger (son), 2:65

Thesiger, Alfred, 5:119

Thesiger, Frederick (Lord Chelmsford), 2:65, 2:66n

Thieblin, Nicolas Leon (“the Turk,” “Azamat-Batuk”), 3:424, 3:425n

Thierry, Amédée, 1:429

Thierry, Augustin, 1:429n

Thiers, Adolphe, 1:86n; mentioned, 1:425, 1:426n, 1:429, 1:439n, 4:171, 4:172n; political maneuvering of, 1:84

Thirlwall, Connop, 1: 48–49, 1:52n, 3:352, 5:197

Thirty Years’ War, 6:335–36

Thöl, Rosa, 2:440

Thomas, Dr, 2:74

Thomas, Edward, 4:433, 5:280

Thomas, Elizabeth Catherine (later, Carne), 4:180, 4:181n

Thomas, Samuel, 2:74n

Thomas à Kempis, 1:189, 3:34

“Thomas Gray” (MA), 5:45n

Thomas of Savoy (prince). See Vittorio, Tommaso Alberto (duke of Genoa)

Thompson, Alfred, 3:131n

Thompson, Eleanor Wade, 1:202n

Thompson, Elizabeth Smith (“Dolly”): American visit of, 6:251, 6:262, 6:271; concerns for, 6:333; dinners of, 5:280n; gifts for/from, 4:368, 4:392, 6:10; letters to (1881–85), 5:267, 5:274; letters to (1886–88), 6:146–47, 6:237, 6:243; mentioned, 4:140, 4:146, 4:157, 4:167, 4:239, 4:279, 4:396, 5:35

Thompson, Harry Stephen Meysey, 2:314

Thompson, Henry, 6:263n; letters to (1886–88), 6:263; mentioned, 6:265

Thompson, Henry Yates: editorship of, 5:93n, 6:262; letters to (1876–80), 5:92–93; letters to (1881–85), 5:386–87, 5:411, 6:37–38; letters to (1886–88), 6:149–50; marriage of, 4:140n; mentioned, 5:443; reputation of, 6:262, 6:271, 6:333; visit with, 5:307

Thompson, John Vincent, 1:202n; family of, 2:96n, 3:246n; letters to (1866–70), 3:336–37, 3:413; mentioned, 1:199

Thompson, Kate: letters to (1866–70), 3:246; letters to (1871–75), 4:120

Thompson, Vincent Thomas, 1:202n

Thompson, William Hepworth, 1:368n; appointment for, 2:225n; on Homer lectures, 2:54–55; letters to (1856–60), 1:367–68; mentioned, 2:188, 3:39, 3:40n, 3:125, 4:18, 4:364n

Thomson, James, 5:218n

Thomson, Mrs William, 3:228

Thomson, William (archbishop of York): appointment for, 2:159, 2:160n; on Irish Church bill, 3:352; letters to (1866–70), 3:228–29; mentioned, 1:410n, 2:207, 2:224; Reform League demonstration and, 3:113n

Thomson, Zoë Skene: letters to (1856–60), 1:410

Thoreau, Henry David, 2:469n

Thornton, Charles Conway, 6:122, 6:123n

Thornton, Diana Wodehouse, 6:122, 6:123n

Thornton, Francis Hugh, 3:304

Thorold, Anthony Wilson (bishop of Rochester), 2:363, 5:388, 5:390n, 6:341

Thorp, Charles (archdeacon), 2:106, 2:107n

Thrale, Mrs (Johnson’s friend), 4:411

Three Cups Inn (Colchester), 3:130

Thring, Rev. Edward, 6:325, 6:326n

Thucydides, 1:xl, 1:374n, 4:292, 6:322

Thun, 1:119, 4:46

Thursby family, 1:9

Thursby, Eleanor Mary Hargreaves, 1:10n

Thursby, William (father), 1:10n

Thursby, William Ford (son), 1:10n

Thynne, Miss, 6:349

“Thyrsis” (MA): comments on, 1:xlv; corrections to, 3:12; editions and reprints of, 5:255n; influences on, 2:143n, 2:484n, 3:32, 3:34; mentioned, 2:121n, 6:281n; payment for, 3:25, 3:26, 3:77; plans for, 2:203; publication of, 3:10n, 3:19; quotations from, 3:177–78n; read on American tour, 5:326; responses to, 3:34–35, 3:177, 3:292, 6:343; “Westminster Abbey” compared to, 5:185

Ticknor, William Davis, 4:335, 4:336n

Ticknor and Fields: editions published by, 2:478; letters to (1866–70), 3:175; New Poems published by, 3:175n; payment from, 3:77. See also Fields, James T.

Tiffany, G. J.: letters to (1876–80), 4:318, 4:319

Tilleard, James, 2:331

Tillotson, Kathleen, 1:180

Tilly, Graf von (Johann Tserclaes), 6:129

Times: on battles, 1:147n, 1:324n; on Beeton’s guide, 2:91; on Bengal mutinies, 1:365n; Carlyle’s letter in, 4:365; on Clough’s Plutarch, 1:520; on Cobden, 1:103n; on Colenso, 2:190; on Coleridge lawsuits, 5:469, 5:470n, 6:20n; contributors to, 5:234n; correspondents of, 3:183n, 3:373, 4:172n, 4:387n, 6:117n; editors of, 4:387n; Edward’s writing in, 2:259, 2:260n; on Eisteddfods, 3:137; on elections, 6:91; on Farrar’s book, 3:213; Forster and, 1:313, 1:314, 2:226, 2:227n, 2:265n, 2:476, 2:477n, 3:278, 4:7n; on franchise, 1:110n; on Franco-Prussian War, 3:452, 4:444; on free schools commission report, 6:190, 6:191n; on French invasion, 1:1:508; on French people, 4:12n; Grant Duff’s speech in, 3:78, 3:79n; on Hyde Park riot, 2:154n; on international law, 1:512n; “The Irish University Question” in, 5:33n; on Italian prince, 3:382–83, 3:386n; on Italy, 2:29, 3:182–83; on Judge Wightman’s death, 2:255, 2:256n; on labour and capital, 1:86–87; on “Lady Pioneer’s” book, 4:315; on Laurence’s portraits, 2:266, 2:267n; on Lawley, 1:291, 1:292n; letters to editor, 1:37, 1:503–6, 1:518, 2:480, 2:481, 3:5, 3:70n, 3:134–35, 4:259, 6:104, 6:150–52, 6:156, 6:175–79, 6:192, 6:238, 6:300, 6:310; on Lowell, 5:454; on MA, 3:75; on Mary Arnold, 4:181n; on MA’s farewell speech, 6:221, 6:222n; on missions, 4:137; on New Poems, 3:183; obituaries in, 1:lv, 1:411, 3:31, 4:215, 4:300, 4:444, 5:116, 6:89n; on ordnance maps, 2:150n, 2:164; on Poems (1853), 1:279, 1:281; on Poems of Wordsworth (MA), 5:73–74; on Prussian troops, 1:178n; Pusey’s note in, 3:404; on Rachel’s acting, 1:377; Revised Code and, 2:125, 2:128, 2:132n; on ritualism, 3:84; on Russell’s ministry, 3:16; on salmon preservation, 2:104n; on Special Report, 6:190, 6:191n; staff of, 5:57n, 5:468n; subscription to, 2:153; on Tennyson, 2:117; on On Translating Homer, 2:95–96, 2:98, 2:99n; Tyndall’s writing in, 3:120n

Tinian (Mariana Islands), 1:12, 1:16n

Tinker, Chauncey Brewster, 1:xx, 1:xxxviii–xxxix, 1:66n

The Tinker Library (Metzdorf), 1:xxxiv, 1:xxxviii–xxxix

Tinsley’s Magazine, 3:188n

Tischendorf, Constantin, 4:184

Tissot, James Jacques, caricatures by, 1:lii, 2:64n, 2:217n, 4:66, 4:67, 4:68n, 4:77n, 4:250n

Titcomb, Jonathan Holt (bishop), 6:115–16

toadyism, in volunteer corps, 1:507

To a Friend (MA), 1:119n

Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1:421n, 1:439n, 2:273, 2:274n, 4:14

Todd, Maj. Elliott D’Arcy, 5:280

Tollemache, Georgiana (later, Cowper), 1:401n

Tollemache, Lionel Arthur: letters to (1886–88), 6:334

Tolstoi, Léo Nikolaevich: education issues and, 2:60; mentioned, 2:69, 6:339; on religion, 6:311; wealth and, 6:323; works: Anna Karenina, 1:xlvi, 1:1, 6:276, 6:320. See also “Count Leo Tolstoi” (MA)

Tom Brown’s School Days (Hughes), 1:366, 1:379, 3:109n, 5:339

Tomms, Capt., 1:449

Tonge, Morris, 4:97–98

Toogood family: assistance from, 3:206, 3:207, 3:239; mentioned, 2:484n, 3:10–11, 3:90, 4:2, 4:3, 4:31, 4:39; parties of, 3:2, 3:97, 4:80; sporting events and, 4:128; visits with, 2:261, 4:80, 4:97

Toogood, Helen, 4:10, 4:11

Toogood, Henry, 3:3n, 6:334n

Toogood, Reggie, 6:333

Toole, John Lawrence: letters to (1881–85), 5:436

Toole’s Theatre, 5:436n

Toovey, James: letters to (1851–55), 1:237

Toronto Mail, 6:34n

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

“To the Author’s Portrait” (Wordsworth), 1:15, 1:17n

“To the Hungarian Nation” (MA), 1:153

Townsend, Meredith White, 2:290, 2:298, 2:299n

Townson, Mrs: letter to (1861–65), 2:231

Town Talk, 3:188n

Tractarianism, 1:371:60n

Trade School (Keighley), 4:343

Traill, Henry Duff, 5:245n

Transcendental Club (aka Hedge Club), 2:389n

translations: of Andromeda, 2:56; of Bible, 2:105n, 2:150, 3:281, 4:75, 4:82, 4:88–89, 4:226, 4:236–37, 4:315, 4:386, 5:229, 6:39, 6:253; Bible as model for, 1:134; Clough’s, 1:133, 1:134, 1:137, 1:237–38, 1:500, 1:520, 2:41, 2:59, 2:139; of Crewian Orations, 2:37n; of Dante, 1:133; of English epigram, 5:196; of Epictetus, 5:148–49; of Heine, 2:211, 2:458n, 3:28; of Horace, 4:117, 5:431n; of Iliad, 1:133, 1:134, 1:137, 2:63, 2:68–69, 2:139, 2:247n, 2:358, 2:482n; of Literature and Dogma, 4:200, 4:218, 4:298, 4:332, 4:334, 4:335n, 4:337; of “Memorial Verses,” 1:305; of “Obermann Once More,” 3:176, 3:178; of Odyssey, 1:133n, 2:105n, 2:109, 2:116, 2:139, 2:166, 5:9, 5:10, 5:11n, 5:413; of Plato, 4:287, 4:351; of Plutarch, 1:263, 1:265n, 1:500, 1:520; of Poems (1869), 3:428; possible texts for, 1:237–38; of Schiller, 3:167; of “Stanzas in Memory of the Author of ‘Obermann,’” 2:65; of Tauler, 6:214, 6:215n, 6:287n. See also Isaiah essay and translations (MA)

transvestites, trial of, 3:413, 3:414n, 3:425n

travels: advice for, 1:319–20; attitudes toward, 2:444, 2:455, 3:163; Austria, 2:453, 2:455, 2:456–57, 2:459–60, 2:461; Belgium, 1:287, 2:31, 2:152; Canada, 5:395n, 5:397, 5:398, 5:426, 6:167–68; changes in, 3:16; Devonshire, 1:56–58, 3:435–36, 3:438; finances and, 1:287, 1:288, 1:341, 2:329–30, 3:172, 3:186, 3:355; France, 1:22–32, 1:131–32, 1:214–16, 1:393–94, 2:404–6, 2:408–16, 3:41–43, 4:145–52, 4:154, 4:161, 4:422, 4:423, 6:117, 6:118–20; Germany, 2:428, 2:434, 2:436–57, 5:107, 6:68, 6:69, 6:77, 6:80, 6:82–101, 6:125–30; Ireland, 5:123, 5:166, 5:168, 5:241; Isle of Wight and East Cowes, 1:20–21, 2:93–94, 4:342; Italy, 1:119–20, 1:216–26, 2:409, 2:414, 2:416–34, 2:435–36, 4:151–61, 5:111–14; Lake Country, 1:6, 1:7n, 1:169n; Luxembourg, 2:22–29; overview of, 1:xlviii; planning for, 1:244, 1:287, 1:288, 1:341, 1:356, 2:165, 2:167, 3:265–66; preferences in, 2:221, 2:226; Scotland, 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; Spain, 1:40; Switzerland, 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; Wales, 1:36, 1:240, 2:333–38, 5:41, 5:45, 5:46, 5:163, 5:241, 5:453, 6:56–57, 6:308–9, 6:310, 6:313, 6:315–16. See also Newcastle Commission; Taunton Commission, travel for

Travers, Mrs, 6:222

Trébutien, Guillaume Stanislas (or Stanislav), 2:196n; letters from (1861–65), 2:198, 2:372; letters to (1861–65), 2:195–96, 2:220

Tree, Beerbohm, 6:18n

Tregelles, Mrs or Miss, 4:180

Tremont Temple (Boston): Cook’s lectures in, 5:404n; MA’s lectures in, 5:337, 5:343, 5:347, 5:356, 5:357

Trench (Richard’s son), 5:108

Trench, Francis Chenevix, 1:128, 1:129n

Trench, Richard Chenevix (archbishop of Dublin): letters to (1871–75), 4:266; in Literary Club, 3:308, 3:338; mentioned, 1:128, 1:129n, 3:356, 5:39; O’Conor’s pension and, 5:37, 5:38, 5:154

Trench, William Steuart, 1:128, 1:129n

Trevelyan, Alice Francis (later, Dugdale), 6:305, 6:306n, 6:320

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

Trevelyan, Charles Edward, 1:413, 1:414n, 2:161, 2:162n, 4:390n

Trevelyan, George Otto, 3:25n, 3:265n; elections and, 6:173; family of, 4:401; on Fox, 5:128n; Irish issues and, 6:150; letters to (1876–80), 4:361, 5:83–84; mentioned, 3:25, 3:106, 3:264, 4:318n, 5:7, 5:69n; on The Popular Education of France, 3:115

Trevelyan, Margaret Jean (later, Holland), 4:390n

Trilling, Lionel, 1:xvii

Trimmer, Sarah, 1:63

Trinity College (Cambridge), 2:225, 5:264

Trinity College (Dublin), 1:xlii–xliii

Trinity Hall, 5:123

Trinity (three Lord Shaftesburys), 4:143, 4:144n, 4:150, 6:302n

Tristan und Isolde (Wagner), 6:128

“Tristram and Iseult” (MA): editions and reprints of, 5:418; influences on, 1:415n, 1:525–27, 3:431; opinion of, 3:322; Wagner’s version compared to, 6:128

Trois Couronnes (inn, Switzerland), 1:473

Trois Frères (Paris), 1:215, 1:393, 1:427

Trollope, Mrs, 5:362

Trollope, Anthony, 1:74n, 5:239

Trousseau, Armand, 1:430n; as doctor, 1:420, 1:423, 1:424, 1:432, 1:436; letter from (1856–60), 1:430; manner of, 1:425, 1:426

Truman, Edwin Thomas, 4:333, 5:179, 6:268

Truman, Joseph, 1:321, 1:321n

Truth: editor of, 3:197n

truth, reflections on, 3:220

Tserclaes, Johann (Graf von Tilly), 6:129

Tuckerman family, 6:206

Tuckerman, Bayard, 6:189n

Tuckerman, Charles K.: advice from, 5:236n; letters to (1886–88), 6:279–80, 6:314–15; mentioned, 5:323n

Tuckerman, Mrs Charles K., 6:279

Tuckerman, Emily, 6:188, 6:189, 6:217, 6:279

Tuckerman, H. T., 2:475n

Tuckwell, William, 1:115n, 1:139n

Tuffin, Mrs (nurse): Basil and, 3:186, 3:206, 3:211, 3:213, 3:216, 3:231; children’s activities and, 2:5, 2:233, 3:182, 3:375; children’s relations with, 1:413, 1:489, 2:58, 2:137, 2:153–54; cook’s death and, 3:94; departure of, 2:65, 4:31; difficulties of, 4:109, 4:112; on Eleanor, 2:77; Flu’s pregnancy and, 3:64–65; Flu’s relation to, 1:450; hiring of, 1:379; illness of, 2:116, 2:119; mentioned, 2:19, 2:200, 2:201, 2:353, 2:359, 3:83, 3:167, 3:341, 4:1; Nelly and, 2:56, 2:221, 2:467; outings of, 1:429, 2:197, 2:484; plans of, 3:266; positions of, 1:380n, 4:50–51, 4:52, 4:59, 4:67, 4:95; return of, 2:182; sleeping arrangements and, 3:95–96; Tom’s care and, 1:424, 2:357; traveling with, 1:476, 1:482, 1:512, 2:17, 2:21; wages of, 3:308

Tufnell, Edward Carleton, 2:131, 2:132n

Tufnell, Georgiana Maria (later, Glynn), 1:202n

Tuke, Elizabeth. See Gibson, Elizabeth Tuke

Tulloch, John: letters to (1876–80), 4:395; mentioned, 4:53, 4:359

Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich, 4:175, 4:315n, 6:351

Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques, 4:300

Turner, Edward Tindal, 1:70n

Turner, George James, 2:66, 2:67n

Turner, Joseph Mallord William, 1:73

Turner and Brecknell’s (merchants), 6:214

Twain, Mark, 5:329n

Tweedmouth, Lord, 5:269n

“The Twice-Revised Code” (MA): publication of, 2:95, 2:96n, 2:109, 2:110n, 2:116, 2:122, 2:123, 2:130; reprinted as pamphlet, 2:127, 2:128–29, 2:130–31, 2:132; writing of, 2:98, 2:99–100, 2:102, 2:119, 2:120, 2:126n

Twilight Thoughts (Claude), MA’s preface for, 6:214, 6:215n, 6:217, 6:220, 6:228

Twining family, 1:187, 1:199

Twining, Elizabeth Mary, 3:2, 3:3n

Twining, Herbert Haynes, 5:299n

Twining, Louisa, 1:295, 1:351

Twining, Mary. See Hayes, Mary Arnold Twining Hiley (“Small Wild Cat,” “Bacco,” MA’s sister)

Twining, Richard, 1:16n, 1:351n, 3:3n

Twining, Richard Radcliffe, 2:171

Twining, William Aldred, 1:12, 1:13, 1:16n, 1:72n, 1:95n, 1:295n

Twinings’ Bank (London), 2:414, 3:11, 3:37, 3:39, 3:121, 4:298, 4:329

Twisleton, Edward Turner Boyd, 3:85, 3:86n, 3:199

Tyndall, John, 3:120n; Christianity and, 4:293; on educational subjects, 3:76; lectures of, 3:221; letters to (1881–85), 5:409; on list of academicians, 6:263n; mentioned, 3:119, 4:225, 4:249, 5:372; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 4:1; on sound, 3:192n; visit with, 3:233

Tynemouth, description of, 2:252

Tyre, Ellen. See Leaf, Ellen Tyre

Tyre, John, 3:344n

Tyrwhitt-Drake, Thomas, 1:20, 1:22n

Tzyska (Dr), 6:92

Uhl’s (Berlin restaurant), 6:93, 6:96

Ullathorne, William Bernard, 3:358

Ullman, S. O. A., 1:xxxix, 1:108n

“Ultramontanism,” use of term, 5:412, 5:419, 5:425

Umbria (steamer): mentioned, 6:208, 6:236, 6:261, 6:301; passage on, 6:147, 6:152–54, 6:358; return on, 6:284

Union Club (N.Y.C.), 5:230, 5:317, 5:369

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

Unitarians, 4:171

United Service Club: library of, 4:221–22; stay at, 4:218, 4:219, 5:300, 5:303–4

United Societies, 2:141

United States. See America

universities and colleges: Catholic and Protestant faculty in, 4:210–11; criticism of, 4:33; lack of uniformity across, 3:441; literature in, 6:213, 6:215–16, 6:245–46; opinion of American, 5:406, 6:195; organization of English, 4:321; self-government of, 4:301; technical education and, 5:39–40. See also specific universities and colleges

University Club (N.Y.C.), 6:159n, 6:184

University College (St Stephen’s Green), 5:201n

University Magazine (Dublin): letter to editor of, 4:382; MA’s portrait in, 4:382n; on McCarthy’s and MA’s poetry, 3:320

University of Edinburgh, 1:229, 1:230

University of Glasgow: letters to (1866–70), 3:38

University of Leeds, 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxviii, 1:xlii, 1:liii–liv

University of Pennsylvania, 6:154, 6:157–58

University of Rochester, 1:xlii

University of Sydney, 3:58

University of Virginia Library, Alderman Library, 1:xvi, 1:xli

“An Unregarded Irish Grievance” (MA), 4:166n

Uppingham School, 6:325–26, 6:328

“Up to Easter” (MA): focus of, 6:274; publication of, 6:275n; “reasonable” in, 6:305n; writing of, 6:276, 6:277

“Urania” (MA), 3:335n

Usher, Andrew, 4:33n

Usher, John, 4:33n

Usher, T., 4:33n; letters to (1871–75), 4:32

Utica College, 5:375n

Vadier, Berthe, 6:117

Vaillant, Marshal, 1:452

Valentine, Edward Virginius: letters to (1881–85), 5:433

Valentines, 3:13

Vambéry, Arminius, 2:381, 2:384

Van Citters, M., 1:458, 1:459n

Vanderbilt family, 6:322–23

Vanderbilt, Margaret Louise (later, Shepard), 5:316, 5:317

Vanderbilt, William Henry, 5:317n

Vane, Henry, 1:165n

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

Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Charles Stewart (Lord Londonderry), 6:185, 6:187n

Vanity Fair: Ape’s caricatures in, 1:lii, 1:lxi, 1:174n, 1:193n, 1:244n, 1:410n, 2:64n, 2:113n, 2:208n, 2:271n, 2:335n, 2:342n, 2:374n, 2:385n, 3:10n, 3:17n, 3:124n, 3:128n, 3:136n, 3:197n, 3:256n, 3:261n, 3:264n, 3:368n, 4:7n, 4:74n; Atn’s cartoons in, 3:131n; cartoons in, 4:333n, 5:142n; Cecioni’s cartoons in, 2:249n; Coïdé’s caricatures in, 2:217n, 4:66, 4:67, 4:68n, 4:77n, 4:250n; founding of, 4:73n; Guth’s cartoons in, 3:205n; Hay’s caricatures in, 3:215n; Lib’s caricatures in, 3:197n, 3:215n; Loye’s caricatures in, 2:113n, 3:240n; Spy’s cartoons in, 1:390n, 2:315n, 3:17n, 3:25n, 3:120n, 3:124n, 3:434n, 4:48n, 4:74n, 5:162n; Stuff’s work in, 3:128n, 3:197n

Van Schaick family, 6:199, 6:200

Vassar College, 5:324n, 5:374–75

Vaudeville (theater), 5:448n, 5:473, 6:260n

Vaughan, Charles John, 2:172–73n; as headmaster candidate, 1:48n; letters to (1881–85), 5:143; mentioned, 2:172; opinion of, 1:lii, 3:285, 4:13; position of, 3:390, 4:11, 4:12n; sermons and speeches of, 3:370, 6:285; translations of, 5:196n

Vaughan, Mrs Charles John, 3:390

Vaughan, Frances Harriet (later, Evelyn), 5:161, 5:162n

Vaughan, Henry Halford, 1:190, 1:193n, 3:96

Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers de, 5:255

Veitch, James: letters to (1886–88), 6:336; as nurseryman, 6:19, 6:20n

Venables, Agnes Minna Pearson, 6:308–9

Venables, George Stovin, 5:57n; letters to (1876–80), 5:56–57, 5:73–74; letters to (1886–88), 6:308–9, 6:310, 6:312; mentioned, 2:111, 2:226; Poems of Wordsworth and, 5:51, 5:73–75; visits with, 4:26, 6:313. See also Saturday Review

Venables, Rev. Lister, 6:309n

Venard, Céleste, 1:496n

Vere, Aubrey Thomas de: letters to (1866–70), 3:292; letters to (1876–80), 5:61–62; letters to (1881–85), 6:8–9; letters to (1886–88), 6:206–7; mentioned, 2:29, 6:205

Verney, Lady Frances Parthenope, 6:249, 6:250n

Verney, Harry, 6:250n

Verney-Cave, Maria (Lady Braye), 6:124

Vernon, Mr (unidentified), 3:384

Vernon, Emma Mary Fitzpatrick (later, Smith), 1:197

Vernon, Rev. John Richard, 3:386n

Vesci, John Robert William Vesey de, 5:128n

Vesci, Lady de (Evelyn Charteris), 5:128

Veuillot, Louis, 1:479, 1:480n, 1:491n

Viardot-Garcia, Pauline, 2:449, 2:450n

Victor Emmanuel II, 1:434n, 2:433n, 3:312n, 4:156n

Victoria (princess), 6:91–92, 6:131

Victoria (queen of England): Albert’s death and, 2:110–11; Alice’s death and, 4:443n; autographs of, 6:23; chaplain for, 3:293n; family of, 3:198n; household expenses of, 4:77n; at House of Lords, 3:10–11; Longfellow’s meeting with, 3:261n; MA’s presentation to, 1:415n; physicians of, 3:455n, 4:58n; Stanley’s marriage and, 2:243; Tennyson’s reading recommendations to, 2:475n

Victoria (crown princess, later empress of Germany), 3:350

Victoria Hotel (St Leonard’s), 2:16, 2:18–19

The Victoria Magazine: editor of, 2:111n; “Marcus Aurelius” in, 2:111n, 2:166n, 2:215, 2:231n, 2:234, 2:235, 2:239, 2:250. See also Faithfull, Emily

Victorian Studies, 1:xxxv

Victoria Press: Davies’s writing published by, 2:231n; founding of, 2:111–12n; publishing by, 2:101n, 2:109, 2:110, 2:117

Victorine (French tutor): Budge’s death and, 4:97; children’s acceptance of, 2:233, 2:262; mentioned, 2:328, 2:330, 2:359; reunions with, 4:88, 4:92, 4:154; success of, 2:241, 2:242, 6:121; travels of, 2:442

Victory (ship), 2:92

Viel Salm: description of, 2:22–29; recommendation of, 2:37, 2:222; return to, 2:152

Vienna exhibition, 4:158, 4:160n

Viennet, Jean Pons Guillaume, 1:429

Vigny, Alfred de, 3:118, 3:122, 3:124

Villemain, François, 1:425n; mentioned, 1:420, 1:425, 1:426, 1:427, 1:494, 1:495, 3:454; mistress of, 1:496n; on Napoleon III (Louis Napoléon), 1:471; speeches of, 1:494; visits with, 1:431

Villiers, Lord Charles Pelham, 1:482, 2:182, 3:377

Villiers, Edith (later, Lytton), 3:134n

Villiers, Edward Ernest, 3:134n

Villiers, Ernest, 5:103n

Villiers, George William Frederick. See Clarendon, Lord (George William Frederick Villiers)

Villiers, Maria Theresa. See Earle, Maria Theresa Villiers

Villiers, Sarah (later, Esterhazy, princess), 2:462

Villon, François, 5:31

Vincent, Dr (school at Longdon): fees of, 3:100; mentioned, 2:375, 2:376n, 2:400, 2:442, 3:57, 3:58, 3:90; reports from, 2:381, 2:394, 3:95

Vinet, Alexandre-Rodolphe: possible essay on, 2:342, 2:343n, 2:370, 2:412, 5:19, 6:299; reading of, 2:349, 6:286

Virgil: allusions to, 1:24, 1:32n, 1:117, 1:118n, 2:470n, 6:54n, 6:76n; as influence, 6:291; reading of, 1:7, 1:8; Sainte-Beuve on, 1:295n; style of, 3:322; writing of, 1:279

Virginia, places visited in: Arlington national cemetery, 6:160; Richmond, 5:350, 5:359–60, 5:362

Visconti, Filippo Aurelio, 1:127, 1:128n, 4:397

Vittorio, Tommaso Alberto (duke of Genoa): admission to Harrow of, 3:246–47, 3:249; characteristics of, 3:336; crown refused by, 3:382–83, 3:395; departures of, 3:392, 3:459, 4:17, 4:35; education at Harrow, 3:338, 3:370, 3:378, 3:429, 3:459, 4:6; family of, 3:344n; gifts for/from, 3:444, 3:452, 4:29; health/illnesses of, 3:349, 3:447; injuries of, 4:19; Isabella’s abdication from throne and, 1:96n; London house of, 3:460, 4:2; MA’s role for, 3:311–12; mentioned, 4:4, 4:52, 4:65, 5:112, 6:97; outings for, 3:337, 3:339, 3:340–41, 3:372–73, 3:429, 4:22, 4:28–29, 4:33–34; political concerns of, 3:350, 3:353, 3:365, 3:366, 3:367, 3:373, 3:379–80, 3:443–44; stay at Byron House, 3:311–12, 3:326, 3:330, 3:331, 4:28–29; in theatrical, 4:11; visits with, 4:129, 6:29

Vivien (inspector), 1:480

vivisection, 5:195n

“Voice” (MA), 3:322

Voices for the Speechless (Firth), MA’s poem in, 5:335

Volkmar, Gustav, 4:258, 4:259n

Vollenhoven, Henrik, 1:459n

Voltaire: audience of, 1:373; Candide of, Pangloss from, 3:64; form and, 2:53; Heine compared to, 2:215; mentioned, 4:411, 6:100; Merope of, 1:370n; opinion of, 1:369; on reviews, 1:370; tragedy of, 1:377

Voluntary and Nonconformist Training College (Homerton), 3:287

Voluntaryism, 3:287

Volunteer Movement, 1:517n

Volunteer Rifle Corps, 1:507, 1:508n, 1:512, 1:514

Voragine, Jacques de, 2:250, 2:251n

Vorden, James Van: letters to (1876–80), 5:79; letters to (1886–88), 6:346

Voss, Bill, 4:67

Voss, Johann Heinrich, 1:133, 1:133n, 2:56

Vote for Public Education (organization), 3:82

Vuillemin, M., 1:477

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