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W. Hugh Peal Collection (University of Kentucky), 1:xliii

Waddesdon, school inspections at, 1:308–9

Waddington, Clara, 5:182, 5:183n

Waddington, George, 2:107n, 5:183n

Waddington, Thomas, 1:29, 1:32n

Waddington, William Henry, 1:32n, 1:423, 1:423n, 2:409, 4:425, 6:141, 6:285

Wade, Catherine (Lady Montagu), 3:9, 3:10n

Wade, Eleanor (later, Thompson), 1:202n

Wagner, Richard, 4:335, 4:336n, 6:107n, 6:128, 6:132

Wainwright (mountain climber), 5:111

Waite (unidentified), 1:56

Waite, Rev. Joseph, 2:106, 2:107n

Wakefield, Fanny Alison (later, Cropper), 3:228n

Wakefield, Mary, 6:324, 6:328

Wakefield, Minnie Margaret (later, Arnold), 5:187n, 6:211, 6:252, 6:261, 6:355, 6:359

Waldegrave, Countess (Frances Elizabeth Anne), 3:237, 3:239, 4:275, 4:275n, 5:43n

Waldstein, Charles, 5:243n; letters to (1881–85), 5:243; letters to (1886–88), 6:203–4

Waldstein, Henry, 5:243n

Waldstein, Sophie, 5:243n

Wale, Charles Brent, 1:163, 1:166n

Wale, Elizabeth Branch, 1:166n

Wale, Henrietta Whately (later, Arnold), 1:60, 1:74n, 1:166n, 5:163, 5:230, 5:238

Wales: desire to visit, 2:330; disestablishment and, 6:330, 6:340; education in, 3:70n; fishing in, 6:308–9, 6:310, 6:313, 6:316; government of, 6:150; language and literature of, 3:69–70; response to MA’s writing in, 3:157–58; school inspections in, 1:243, 1:271; travels in, 1:36, 1:240, 2:330, 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 Eisteddfods (Wales); On the Study of Celtic Literature (MA)

Walford, Edward, 1:510n; as boys’ tutor, 1:510n, 3:227; letters to (1856–60), 1:510; letters to (1861–65), 2:63; letters to (1866–70), 3:61, 3:324; letter to editor, 1:37; on On Translating Homer, 2:63

Walker, John, 1:381, 1:382n

Walker, Richard, Anson’s Voyage round the World, 1:12, 1:16n

Walker, Robert, 1:16n

Walker, Mrs. Thomas, 1:10, 1:11n

Walker, Thomas (editor), 1:491n

Walker, Thomas (of Newbold-Revel), 1:11n

Wall, Charles Baring, 1:239, 1:239n

Wall, Henry, 1:138, 1:139n

Wall, Richard, 1:139n

Wallace, Richard, 3:131n, 5:272

Waller, Thomas McDonald, 5:329n

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

Walpole, Spencer Horatio: Cecil’s motion and, 2:221; family of, 2:92n; letters from (1876–80), 4:345; letters to (1876–80), 4:345; in Literary Club, 3:338, 4:59; mentioned, 2:465, 4:195; resolutions of, 2:126, 2:127, 2:128, 2:130; Revised Code and, 2:136; rioting and, 3:59, 3:60n, 3:222, 4:60n

Walpole, Thomas, 2:92

Walrond, Agnes Walwyn (later, Henley), 3:20

Walrond, Charlotte Elliot Grenfell: death of, 4:119n; health/illnesses of, 4:62; marriage of, 1:168n, 1:508, 1:509n; mentioned, 3:20, 3:96, 4:57, 4:59, 6:17

Walrond, Louisa Grenfell, 4:331

Walrond, Theodore (“Todo”), 1:168–69n; advice for, 1:64, 1:161; on examinations, 5:192; A French Eton for, 2:327; as godfather, 1:327; India examinations and, 4:198; indiscretion of, 2:454; Johnson’s Chief Lives sent to, 4:421; letters from (1846–50), 1:96–97; marriages of, 1:508, 1:509n, 4:331n; MA’s friendship with, 1:xxv; mentioned (1851–60), 1:72, 1:105, 1:115, 1:126, 1:167, 1:176, 1:192, 1:198, 1:238, 1:253, 1:359, 1:404, 1:433, 1:485, 2:3; mentioned (1861–70), 2:109, 2:124, 2:177, 2:212, 2:327, 2:373, 2:386, 2:484, 3:20, 3:96, 3:168, 3:460; mentioned (1871–80), 4:57, 4:59, 4:177, 4:389; mentioned (1881–88), 5:211, 5:214, 5:268, 6:17; possible position for, 3:373, 3:383, 3:386, 3:395, 3:403; recommendation from, 3:227; remembered, 6:298; Schools and Universities on the Continent sent to, 3:250; testimonial for, 2:194; Tom’s position and, 2:198, 2:373–74, 2:392, 5:252; travels with, 1:394, 1:396–400, 1:403; as trustee, 4:185; visits with, 1:297, 4:61–62; wife’s death and, 4:119

Walsh, Mr (unidentified), 4:9

Walsh, Mrs (cook), 2:207, 3:87, 3:88n, 3:92, 3:94, 3:110

Walter, Mr, 2:202

Walther, Linda/Ida, 2:436, 2:459

Walton, Izaak, 3:307, 4:129

Warburton, Isabel Mary Lister, 4:312n

Warburton, William Parsons, 4:312n; letters to (1876–80), 4:312, 4:317, 4:426; letters to (1881–85), 5:148, 5:264, 5:299, 5:303, 5:310, 5:382–83, 5:439, 6:4; position for, 6:4; as replacement during American tour, 5:294, 5:299, 5:303, 5:308, 5:310, 5:382

Ward family, 2:312

Ward, Adolphus William, 2:35n; letters from (1866–70), 3:438; letters to (1876–80), 4:321; mentioned, 2:34, 5:230; position of, 3:439n; translations of, 3:282–83, 3:286, 3:287

Ward, Arnold (Thomas’s son), 4:429

Ward, Caroline Bulloch, 2:17, 2:34, 2:35n

Ward, Clara, 2:34

Ward, Dorothy Mary, 4:359n, 4:415

Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, 5:356, 5:357n

Ward, F., 2:180n

Ward, John (father), 1:22n, 1:47n, 1:458, 1:459n, 2:17, 2:35

Ward, John (son), 2:35n; letters to (1856–60), 2:34; letters to (1871–75), 4:118; mentioned, 2:350, 3:164, 3:288n; works: Experiences of a Diplomatist, 6:343

Ward, Laura. See Greenhill, Laura Ward

Ward, Martha Arnold (“Patty,” MA’s aunt), 1:21, 1:22n, 1:35, 1:47n, 1:158, 2:35n

Ward, Mary Augusta Arnold (Thomas’s wife, MA’s niece): acquaintances of, 1:xxxix; advice for, 5:418; Dick’s stay with, 4:290; health/illnesses of, 5:85, 5:414, 5:415n, 6:285, 6:328; letters to (1881–85), 5:414, 5:420; on letter writing, 1:85n; Lucy’s wedding and, 5:471; marriage of, 4:53n; mentioned, 2:118, 2:221, 2:222, 3:85, 3:418, 4:272, 4:412, 5:423, 5:435, 6:117, 6:141–42, 6:147, 6:357, 6:359; requests of, 6:210; Russell’s letter to, 1:xix–xx; travels of, 6:272, 6:326; visits with, 6:231, 6:269, 6:271; writing of, 3:254, 3:255n, 4:61; works: Amiel’s Journal, 6:117, 6:229, 6:301, 6:339; Miss Bretherton, 5:476, 6:3; “The Poem of the Cid,” 4:61n, 4:70, 4:73; Robert Elsmere, 6:320, 6:321n, 6:362, 6:363n

Ward, Samuel Gray, 2:314–15, 6:174, 6:174n

Ward, Mrs. T., 6:69

Ward, Thomas Humphry, 4:53n; on Clough, 5:252; Dick’s career and, 6:355; Dick’s stay with, 4:290; health/illnesses of, 6:326, 6:328; lecture of, 5:9, 5:12; letters to (1871–75), 4:53, 4:143, 4:250–51, 4:253, 4:264–65, 4:272; letters to (1876–80), 4:358–59, 4:379, 4:414–15, 4:428–29, 4:430–32, 5:9–10, 5:15, 5:28–29, 5:54, 5:81–83, 5:84–85, 5:92, 5:97, 5:103–4, 5:117; letters to (1881–85), 5:418, 6:71–72, 6:74; letters to (1886–88), 6:117, 6:300–301, 6:353; mentioned, 5:184, 5:414, 5:423, 5:435, 6:141–42, 6:339; requests of, 5:117, 6:210; reviews of, 4:436; travels of, 6:272; visits with, 6:231, 6:269, 6:271; works: The English Poets (ed.), 5:45, 5:54–55, 5:65, 5:75, 5:92, 5:128n; The Reign of Victoria (ed.), 6:117n, 6:211n, 6:250, 6:253, 6:260. See also “The Study of Poetry” (MA)

Ward, Wilfrid: letters to (1886–88), 6:263

Ward, William, 1:437, 1:439n

Warden, Mr (unidentified), 1:33–34

Ware, Mr (oculist), 1:23

Warner, Henry Lee, 3:385

Warner, Marshall, 6:329

Warre, Edmond, 5:213

Warren, William Fairfield: letters to (1881–85), 5:413

Warrington, Lady (Elizabeth Billing), 1:221, 1:222n

Warton, Thomas, 1:407

Washington, George, 1:88n, 2:15, 5:327, 5:352, 5:477

Washington (D.C.): lecture at, 5:356, 5:359; visits to, 5:361, 5:363n, 5:364–65, 5:368, 6:160–61

Wasson, David Atwood, 6:110

Wastwater: description of, 1:242; photograph of, 3:305

water cure/hydropathy, 1:189, 1:337n

Waterer nurseryman, 6:19, 6:20n

Waterhouse, Mr (unidentified), 4:119

Waterhouse, Alfred, 4:119n

Waterloo, visit to, 2:31, 2:32n

Waters, Benjamin, 2:203

Waterton, Mrs (unidentified), 1:187, 1:188n, 1:190, 1:195, 1:443, 1:449

Waterton, Fanny, 1:449

Waterwitch (steamer), 1:24

Watkin, Edward William, 3:256

Watkin, Elvy, 1:158

Watkins, appointment of, 2:218

Watkins, Frederick, 2:443n

Watkins, Rev. Henry George (father), 4:42n

Watkins, Rev. Henry George (son): letters to (1871–75), 4:42

Watkinson, C. D., 1:liv, 2:107n

Watson, Mr (Byron House tenant), 3:236, 3:237n, 3:308

Watson, Arthur George, 3:271, 3:274, 3:284, 3:284n, 4:62, 4:103

Watson, John, 1:290

Watson, William Henry, 5:376, 5:377n

Watts, George Frederic: letters from (1881–85), 5:140; letters to (1876–80), 5:90, 5:98; letters to (1881–85), 5:137, 5:144, 5:200, 5:467, 6:48, 6:55; mentioned, 4:366, 5:477, 6:295; Poetry of Byron sent to, 5:160; portrait by, 3:166n; request of, 5:468; sitting for, 5:99

Waugh, Rev. Benjamin, 4:269

Waugh, Francis Gledstanes: letters to (1886–88), 6:350

Wayte, Miss, 1:240

Wayte, Samuel William: letters to (1851–56), 1:240

wealth, distribution of, 6:322–23

Webb, Barbara Lyall, 6:222, 6:223n, 6:320, 6:321n

Webb, Miss or Mrs (unidentified), 1:204, 1:206n, 2:301, 2:357–58, 4:52

Webb, Robert William, 6:222, 6:223n, 6:321n

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

Weber, Frederick, 2:300

Webster, Miss (unidentified), 6:252

Webster, Anna Julia. See Grant Duff, Anna Julia Webster

Weekly Dispatch, 3:13, 3:14n

Weekly Register, 4:95n

Week (Toronto weekly), 5:426, 5:477

Weigall, Henry: MA’s sitting for, 6:14, 6:18, 6:22, 6:26, 6:29, 6:38; mentioned, 2:205n

Weigall, Rose Sophia Mary Fane, 2:204, 2:205n

Welby, Lady (Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa Stuart-Wortley): letters to (1886–88), 6:286

Weldon’s Register, 3:126n

Wellesley, Gerald Valerian (dean of Windsor), 4:385

Wellesley, Henry Richard Charles. See Cowley, Lord (Henry Richard Charles Wellesley)

Wellesley College (U.S.), 5:347

Wellington, duke of, 2:112, 3:14n, 3:119

Wellman, Ellen Margaret: letters to (1881–85), 5:293

Wells, bishop of (Lord Arthur Charles Hervey), 3:379, 3:380n

Wells College, 5:375n

Welsh, John, 5:364, 5:366n

Wemyss, earl of. See Douglas, Francis Wemyss Charteris (Lord Elcho)

Wemyss, Anne Frederica Anson (Lady Elcho): family of, 5:128n; letters to (1876–80), 4:369, 5:88; letters to (1881–85), 5:193, 5:421–22, 5:450; mentioned, 6:44; visit with, 5:448–49

Wensleydale, baron of, 3:188n

Went, Rev. James: letters to (1881–85), 5:265

Wentworth, Lady: letters from (1876–80), 5:124

Wesley, John, 4:171, 4:425

Wesleyan Conference, 2:129

Wesleyan Practising School (Westminster), 2:60

Wesleyan School (Oxford), 2:143

Wesleyan Training School (London), 2:153, 2:164–65, 3:296, 3:393, 3:394

West, Algernon Edward, 3:343, 3:344n

West, Victoria, 5:365, 5:366n

Westbury, Lady (Elinor Mary Abraham Bethell), 3:117n

Westbury, Lady (Mary Florence Bethell), 6:327, 6:329n

Westbury, Lord (Richard Bethell), 3:116, 3:117n, 4:17

Westcott, Brooke Foss, 3:286n; letters to (1866–70), 3:285–86, 3:408; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:415

Western Morning News, 4:407, 5:12

West Humble, Dorking: family members’ visits to, 3:50; Grant Duffs at, 3:153–55; outings near, 3:47–49, 3:52, 3:54, 3:148–49, 3:159–60; plans for, 3:138; schools near, 3:140, 3:143; stays at, 3:45, 3:55, 3:127, 3:129

“West London” (MA), 5:335

Westminster, Lady (Constance Gertrude Granville), 4:90, 4:91n

Westminster Abbey: burials in, 4:114, 4:394n; Coleridge’s bust for, 5:468n; donors to, 6:169n, 6:337, 6:347; Kingsley’s bust for, 4:267n; marriages in, 4:396n, 5:86n; Stanley’s sermon at, 3:330, 3:331n; Wordsworth’s statue in, 5:32, 5:34

“Westminster Abbey” (MA): editions and reprints of, 5:281; as elegy on Stanley, 1:53n, 5:180n; mentioned, 1:xlv, 5:190; publication of, 5:190; responses to, 5:186, 5:187, 5:220; “Thyrsis” compared to, 5:185

Westminster Assembly of Divines, 1:153, 1:154n

Westminster Review: on Arnold’s poems, 1:250, 1:264, 1:274; contributors to, 4:432n; editor of, 1:262n; on Essays in Criticism, 2:398, 2:407; on Homer lectures, 2:120; on lectures, 2:116; mentioned, 4:335; negotiations of, 1:261; on Poems (1853), 1:283n; on Poems (1855), 1:301; readership of, 2:471; on Ruskin and MA, 2:234, 2:235, 2:236; on Schools and Universities on the Continent, 3:266; Smith’s writing and, 2:98

Westminster Wesleyan Training School: drawing examination at, 5:464; inspections of, 3:450, 4:385, 5:69, 5:175; lecture for, 4:183, 4:184n, 4:185, 4:192; mentioned, 4:197; retirement gift from, 6:211; St Paul and Protestantism sent to, 3:413, 3:414n; school board for, 3:448, 3:451; speech for, 6:221, 6:222n; students of, 5:91n. See also Wesleyan Practising School (Westminster)

Westmoreland Gazette, 3:14

Westmorland, description of, 1:xlvii–xlviii. See also Ambleside; Fox How

Westmorland, Lord, 3:13, 3:28

Westmorland, Lady Priscilla Anne Fane, 2:204, 3:13, 3:14

Weston (servant), 2:301

Wharncliff, Lord (Edward Montagu Stuart Granville Montagu Stuart Wortley Mackenzie), 6:25, 6:26n

Wharton family, 5:364

Whately family, 1:36, 1:163, 3:448

Whately, Mrs, 1:141, 1:142, 1:144

Whately, Blanche, 1:508, 1:509n

Whately, Edward William, 1:73, 1:74n

Whately, Elizabeth Jane, 1:166n, 3:86n

Whately, Elizabeth Pope, 1:36n

Whately, Henrietta. See Arnold, Henrietta Whately Wale

Whately, Richard (archbishop of Dublin), 1:36n, 1:327n, 2:20, 3:85, 3:86n

Wheatley-Balme, Edward Balme, 4:77

Wheatley-Balme, Hannah Maude, 4:77

Whelan, Henry, 5:125

Whewell, William, 2:68n; death of, 2:225n; letters from (1861–65), 2:67–68; letters to (1861–65), 2:68–69, 2:139, 2:481–82; mentioned, 4:364

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, 6:87n

Whitaker, John H.: letters to (1861–65), 2:237

White, Messrs, 2:5

White, Mrs, 6:271

White, Rev. Edward: letters to (1866–70), 3:318

White, Eleanor Eliza (later, Holden), 1:290n

White, Henry, 1:290n, 6:270n

White, Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd, 6:269, 6:270n

White, Maude Valérie, 6:242, 6:243n

White, Robert, 2:94n

White, William: letters to (1866–70), 3:126

White Horse Cellars, 4:167

White House (U.S.), 5:365

Whiteman family, 2:102, 3:330

Whiteman, Bessy, 1:222n, 6:62

Whiteman, John Clarmont, 1:221, 1:222n, 1:411, 2:92

Whiteman, Sarah Horsley, 1:222n

Whitfield, Margaret (later, Carnegie), 6:284n, 6:303, 6:307, 6:331

Whitman, Mrs (unidentified), 5:369, 5:460

Whitman, Walt, 2:469n, 3:73, 3:234n, 3:359

Whitmore, Charles Algernon, 6:170, 6:171n

Whitmore, Dora, 6:325, 6:326n

Whitmore, George, 6:44n

Whitmore, Henry Eardley, 5:177n, 5:449, 6:43, 6:44n, 6:222, 6:324

Whitmore, Mildred, 5:177n, 5:449, 6:43, 6:44n, 6:222, 6:324

Whitney, William Collins, 6:196, 6:197n

Whitridge family, 6:105

Whitridge, Arnold (MA’s grandson), 1:xvii, 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxviii, 1:xlii

Whitridge, Bertha, 6:326

Whitridge, Eleanor (later Thwaites, MA’s granddaughter): acquaintances of, 1:xxxix; birth of, 6:142; clothing of, 6:211; desire to see, 6:147–48, 6:208, 6:234, 6:241, 6:260, 6:315, 6:324, 6:327, 6:339, 6:348, 6:354, 6:358; health/illnesses of, 6:157, 6:162, 6:170–71, 6:197, 6:254, 6:319; as infant, 6:189, 6:193, 6:194, 6:208, 6:251, 6:266; names and nicknames of, 6:146–47, 6:148, 6:149, 6:190, 6:199; papers of, 1:xxxix; plans for, 6:164; portraits of, 6:204, 6:229, 6:332, 6:338; sibling for, 6:337; visit to England, 6:271, 6:284–85, 6:298; wet nurse for, 6:221

Whitridge, Frederick Wallingford, 5:457n; assistance in publishing, 6:338, 6:348, 6:359; departure for America, 5:476; Eleanor’s birth and, 6:148; gifts for/from, 6:235, 6:251, 6:337; health/illnesses of, 6:229, 6:236; law firm of, 6:44n, 6:191, 6:193, 6:218, 6:272, 6:301–2; marriage of, 5:459–60; mentioned, 5:474–75, 6:22, 6:23, 6:65, 6:80, 6:106, 6:164, 6:184, 6:199, 6:205–6, 6:211, 6:265, 6:316; opinion of, 5:459; outings with, 6:303–4; papers of, 1:xlii; visit to England, 6:284–85, 6:298, 6:301–2

Whitridge, Joan (later Forsyth), 1:xxxix

Whitridge, John (Fred’s father), 5:457n, 6:162

Whitridge, John (MA’s grandson), 6:337, 6:339n

Whitridge, Lucie Bailey (Fred’s mother), 5:457n, 6:45

Whitridge, Lucy Charlotte Arnold (“LuLu,” MA’s daughter): anecdotes about, 2:28, 2:109, 2:111, 3:51–52, 3:158, 3:193; birth of, 1:391n, 1:396n; botanizing and, 4:23; character of, 5:71–72; childhood of, 2:36, 2:74–75, 2:115, 2:116; clothing and costumes of, 3:104, 3:445, 4:88, 5:359, 5:467; confinement of, 6:106, 6:135, 6:137, 6:138, 6:140, 6:141–42, 6:143, 6:145, 6:337; dancing and, 4:388, 5:5; departure for America, 5:476; Dick’s departure for Autralia and, 4:441; education of, 3:10, 3:163, 3:182, 3:186, 3:236, 3:276, 3:304, 3:429, 3:433, 3:447; family’s visit to, 6:105–6, 6:135, 6:154–55, 6:161, 6:163; finances of, 3:7; gifts for, 2:154, 2:173, 3:23–24, 3:98–100, 3:218, 3:461, 4:82, 5:73, 5:466–67, 5:471–72; godfather of, 1:169n; godmothers of, 1:410–11, 1:414; health/illnesses of (birth to 1860), 1:425, 1:489–90, 2:7, 2:31, 2:40; health/illnesses of (1861–65), 2:54, 2:57, 2:58, 2:65, 2:117, 2:221, 2:235–36, 2:400; health/illnesses of (1866–70), 3:45, 3:111, 3:172, 3:309, 3:383, 3:429, 3:447, 3:451; health/illnesses of (1871–75), 4:67; health/illnesses of (1876–80), 5:95; health/illnesses of (1881–85), 6:17; health/illnesses of (1886–88), 6:147, 6:164, 6:166, 6:171, 6:174, 6:189, 6:216–17, 6:353; iceskating of, 3:462, 4:446; injuries of, 5:162, 5:163, 5:170, 5:186, 5:241; letters (general), 1:xxxiii, 1:xlii; letters from (1881–85), 6:66; letters from (1886–88), 6:216, 6:265; letters to (1861–65), 2:468; letters to (1866–70), 3:364; letters to (1881–84), 5:175–76, 5:244, 5:249–50, 5:448–49, 5:465–66, 5:474–75; letters to (1885), 6:3–4, 6:6–7, 6:9–11, 6:13–14, 6:17–18, 6:21–24, 6:25–26, 6:28–29, 6:35–36, 6:40–41, 6:42–43, 6:61–63, 6:64–65, 6:68–70, 6:72–73, 6:80–81, 6:105–7; letters to (1886), 6:121–22, 6:147–49, 6:163–64, 6:198–201, 6:204–6, 6:207–9, 6:210–11, 6:216–18, 6:221–22, 6:227–29, 6:234–36, 6:241–42; letters to (1887), 6:250–52, 6:254–55, 6:260–62, 6:264–66, 6:271–72, 6:277–78, 6:315–16, 6:319–21, 6:324–26, 6:327–29, 6:332–33; letters to (1888), 6:337–39, 6:344–46, 6:348–49, 6:353–55, 6:358–59; marriage of, 5:456–57, 5:459, 5:466–67, 5:470, 5:471–72, 5:476; mentioned, 1:470, 2:482, 4:265, 4:266, 5:127, 5:135; musical ability of, 3:460; Nineteenth Century sent to, 6:247; N.Y. friends of, 6:186; outings of, 2:172, 2:177, 2:207, 2:224–25, 3:50–51, 3:148, 3:202, 3:268–69, 3:426, 3:436, 4:57, 4:59, 4:179, 4:229–30, 4:313, 4:320, 5:254, 5:267, 5:268, 5:439; on poetry, 4:22; portraits of, 2:248, 2:359, 2:399, 6:163, 6:164, 6:204; school inspections and, 3:163; servants of, 6:193; sibling relations and, 2:483; stories for, 2:406; travels in America, 5:298, 5:302, 5:303, 5:305, 5:307, 5:312–13, 5:318, 5:328, 5:337, 5:347, 5:352, 5:365, 5:386, 5:389, 5:399, 5:405, 6:254; travels of, 2:17, 2:19, 2:21, 2:22, 2:201–2, 2:288, 2:337, 2:341, 4:146, 4:152–55, 4:419–20, 4:422, 4:423, 5:45, 5:179, 5:182, 5:238, 5:243, 5:244; visit to England (1885), 6:53, 6:55, 6:61, 6:62–63; visit to England (1887), 6:261, 6:265, 6:269, 6:271, 6:284–85, 6:298, 6:301–2, 6:304, 6:308, 6:316; visit to England (1888), 6:348, 6:358

Whittemore, Mr (unidentified): letters to (1886–88), 6:195

Whittemore, Benjamin Franklin, 6:195n

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 5:329n, 5:337

Whittredge, Charles Edward, 5:339n

Whitworth, Joseph, 3:244, 3:245n

Wickham, Mr, 6:367

Widdrington, Dorothy (Lady Grey), 6:211, 6:212n

Wiese, Ludwig, 3:364

Wiggin, Catherine (later, Lawrence), 6:41, 6:73

Wightman, Caroline. See Wood, Caroline Elizabeth Wightman (Flu’s sister)

Wightman, Charlotte Georgina Eleanor (“Baby”), 1:365n; Basil’s death and, 3:211, 3:216, 3:217; father’s death and, 2:255; health/illnesses of, 1:502, 2:288, 3:284; illness and death of, 5:269n, 5:271; living arrangements of, 4:50, 4:67, 4:109; mentioned, 1:192, 1:195, 2:106, 2:108, 2:134, 2:172, 2:224, 3:68, 3:127, 3:133, 3:139n, 4:69, 5:268; mother’s death and, 4:31; Tom’s death and, 3:296; visits with, 1:364, 1:497, 3:257, 3:259, 3:261, 4:80, 4:183, 4:388

Wightman, Lady Charlotte Mary Bird (Flu’s mother): at Bath, 3:181, 3:182, 3:186; death of, 4:30–31, 4:32n; dentistry for, 2:67; Dicky’s toothache and, 2:91–92; family of, 1:174n; Flu’s confinement and, 1:318, 1:319; gifts from, 1:351; health/illnesses of, 1:502, 1:519, 2:3, 2:51, 3:155, 3:284, 3:301, 3:303–4, 3:462, 3:464, 4:7, 4:9, 4:22; Judge’s death and, 2:254–55; Judge’s will and, 1:xxvi–xxvii, 2:258, 4:31; letters to (1851–55), 1:214–15, 1:225–26; mentioned, 1:200, 1:201, 1:349, 2:140, 2:141, 2:199, 2:241, 2:288, 2:370, 2:482, 3:7, 3:14, 3:68, 3:97, 3:119, 3:173, 3:368, 3:460, 4:2, 4:3; travels with, 2:93; visits with, 1:308, 1:364, 1:497, 2:310, 3:257, 3:259, 3:261, 3:397. See also Eaton Place (Wightman residency)

Wightman, Frances Lucy. See Arnold, Frances Lucy Wightman (“Flu,” MA’s wife)

Wightman, Mary Henrietta. See Benson, Mary Henrietta Wightman (“Tiny,” Flu’s sister)

Wightman, Judge William (Flu’s father): assistance from, 1:385, 1:393; death of, 2:254–56, 2:257–58; family of, 1:174n; health/illnesses of, 2:7, 2:241; letters from (1856–60), 1:501–3; letters to (1851–55), 1:218–19; MA rejected by, 1:176n, 1:189; MA’s engagement approved by, 1:199, 1:203; mentioned, 1:193, 1:195, 1:196, 1:316, 2:34, 2:73, 2:140, 2:141, 2:157, 2:160, 2:199, 2:222; obituary of, 2:338n; remembered, 3:161; travels of, 1:501–2; visits with, 1:364, 1:497; will of, 1:xxvi–xxvii, 2:258. See also Eaton Place (Wightman residency); judicial circuit (Judge Wightman’s)

Wigram, Alfred Money, 6:354, 6:355n

Wilberforce, Edward, 2:12

Wilberforce, Samuel (bishop of Oxford, later Winchester), 1:321n; biography of, 5:254; on Irish Church bill, 3:352; letters from (1856–60), 2:12; letters to (1861–65), 2:130–31; in Literary Club, 3:308, 3:338; mentioned, 2:266, 2:267, 2:268, 3:360n, 3:366–67, 4:218; nickname of, 2:276n; on poetry, 1:321; Revised Code and, 2:125, 2:126, 2:130, 2:135; sermon of, 2:275–76; views of, 4:13; visits with, 2:269–70, 3:164, 3:166

The Wild Cats (play), 6:86

Wilde, Oscar: acquaintances of, 6:87n; on gossip, 1:li; influences on, 3:197n; letters to (1881–85), 5:156; mentioned, 5:276; reputation of, 5:156n

Wileman, E., 4:125

Wilhelm I (emperor of Germany), 1:98

Wilkinson, Anne Reed (later, Arnold), 6:355n

Wilkinson, George Howard, 4:137–38

Wilks, Mr (unidentified), 6:164, 6:167

Wilks, Emma (later, Fitch), 2:344n, 5:115, 5:309

Willes, Anne Elizabeth (later, Lambart), 1:80n

Willett, Mr: letters to (1861–65), 2:212–13

Willett, Henry, 6:273n; letters to (1886–88), 6:272

William (factotum), 2:140, 2:141, 2:161

William II (Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert, crown prince): illness of, 6:320, 6:321n; mentioned, 6:92, 6:101, 6:106, 6:112; visit with, 6:90–92

William III, 1:458, 1:462, 1:464, 6:151, 6:152

William Delafield Arnold Collection, 1:xxxviii

William Doyle Galleries, 1:xxv

Williams, Mr (unidentified), 5:230

Williams, Amelia (Lady Erle), 2:6n, 3:331, 3:332n, 4:207

Williams, Arthur: letters to (1876–80), 4:315

Williams, Charles, 3:49n, 3:150n

Williams, David (late Warden), 2:6n, 2:36, 2:37n, 3:332n

Williams, James, 5:269n

Williams, John Carvel: letters to (1871–75), 4:108

Williams, Monier, 2:42n

Williams, Rowland, 2:63n, 2:394, 2:394–95n, 3:381

Williams and Norgate (publishing firm), 1:355, 1:357n, 2:382, 3:381, 4:157, 5:450

Williamson’s (merchant), 6:65

William the Silent, 1:458, 1:461, 1:464

Willis, Mr (unidentified), 5:286

Willows, Emily (later, Engleheart), 3:198n

Wilson family, 2:147

Wilson, Bishop, 3:85

Wilson, Miss (unidentified), 4:76

Wilson, Mrs (Miss Sumner), 2:372

Wilson, Mrs (servant), 4:244, 4:368, 4:392

Wilson, A.: letters to (1886–88), 6:136

Wilson, Alice Emily (later, Chinnery), 6:326n

Wilson, Andrew, 5:165n; letters to (1881–85), 5:164

Wilson, Charles Rivers, 2:148n

Wilson, Eliza, 2:369n

Wilson, Emilie Isabel (later, Barrington): letters to (1876–80), 4:366, 5:99

Wilson, George Ferguson: letters to (1881–85), 5:309

Wilson, Henry Bristow, 2:63n, 2:148n

Wilson, James, 1:101, 1:102n, 2:369n, 4:77n, 4:366

Wilson, James Maurice, 2:148n

Wilson, John, 1:321, 1:322n, 2:169, 5:190

Wilson, Maurice Emery, 5:341n; letters to (1881–85), 5:340

Wilson, William James Erasmus, 1:125, 1:126n

Wimbledon poisoning case, 5:187, 5:188n

Winans, 6:214

Winchester, bishop of. See Wilberforce, Samuel (bishop of Oxford, later Winchester)

Winchester library, 4:266

Windham, William, 1:360

Windhorst, Ludwig, 6:93, 6:94n, 6:96, 6:102

Windsor Hotel (Montreal), 5:395–97

Windsor Hotel (N.Y.C.), 5:307, 5:313, 5:316

Wingate, Charles Frederick: letters to (1866–70), 3:232

Wingfield, Edith Caroline Wood Rhys: birthday of, 1:216; MA on, 1:lii; marriage of, 3:458–59; mentioned, 2:310, 3:418, 4:14, 4:109, 4:365

Wingfield, Edward Rhys, 3:458–59, 4:14

Winsloe, Emma (later, Tennant), 5:268, 5:269n

Winterbotham, Henry Selfe Page, 3:264, 3:265n, 4:83

Winthrop, Mrs (unidentified), 5:207

Winthrop, Robert Charles: letters to (1886–88), 6:198

Winyard family, 1:15

Winyard, Mrs, 1:63–64

Wisconsin, places visited in: Madison, 5:384, 5:392, 6:254; Milwaukee, 5:384

Wise, T. J., 4:434n

Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick Stephen, 1:178, 1:191

“A Wish” (MA), 4:180, 4:366n

Wister, Owen, 5:371n

Wister, Owen Jones, 5:371n, 6:159

Wister, Sarah Butler: family of, 5:370–71; letters to (1886–88), 6:159

witches, trial of Lowestoft, 4:362

Withers, W. Stanley: letters to (1881–85), 5:452; letters to (1886–88), 6:258

Wodehouse, Armine, 3:21n

Wodehouse, Charles Nourse, 2:44n

Wodehouse, Diana (later, Thornton), 6:122, 6:123n

Wodehouse, Ernestine Emma (later, Marshall), 6:269, 6:270n

Wodehouse, James Hay, 2:43, 2:44n

Wodehouse, John (Lord Kimberley), 3:301

Wodehouse, Laura Sophia (later, Currie), 3:20, 3:21n

Wodehouse, Roger, 1:xxxviii

Wolf, Mr (unidentified), 4:148, 4:149n

Wolf, Friedrich, 1:114, 1:115n

Wolff, Henry Drummond Charles, 1:174n; letters from (1856–60), 1:421–22; letters to (1866–70), 3:332–33; mentioned, 1:174, 1:383, 2:147, 6:75; Russia-Turkey conflict and, 4:365

Wollaston, Arthur Naylor: letters to (1881–85), 6:25

Wolseley, Col. Garnet Joseph, 4:207n; letters from (1881–85), 5:138; letters to (1881–85), 5:137; letters to (1886–88), 6:351–52; living arrangements of, 5:131; meeting with, 4:206; mentioned, 1:167–68n, 4:369n, 5:239, 5:259, 6:236

Wolseley, Lady Louisa: letters to (1881–85), 5:131; mentioned, 5:137, 5:138

Wolsey, Thomas, 2:102n

women and girls: citizenship of, 3:417n; English vs. Italian, 3:272; Greek, 1:378; as teachers, 1:323, 2:387; voting and, 3:422, 3:423n

women’s education: books on, 3:273n; at Cambridge University, 6:292; commission’s interest in, 2:364–65; correspondence course for, 5:100n; on Greece and Bible, 3:259; in Italy, 2:424; lack of knowledge about, 2:325; Martineau on, 2:343, 2:344n; memorial in support of, 2:360–61; schools for, 3:272; Taunton Commission and, 2:360

Wood family: children of, 1:216, 1:218n, 4:65; mentioned, 1:208, 2:246n, 2:302; outings with, 2:46; Tom’s birthday at, 2:321–22; visits with, 1:390n, 2:102

Wood, Mr, 5:393

Wood, Mr (at Harrow), 3:260, 3:274, 3:288, 3:309, 3:338, 3:438

Wood, Ada (Adela), 6:349

Wood, Amelia (later, Newcome), 4:49, 4:50n, 6:316

Wood, Arthur P.: letters to (1871–75), 4:255; mentioned, 4:388, 5:307; visit with, 6:61

Wood, Caroline Elizabeth Wightman (Flu’s sister): children’s marriages and, 3:458–59; death of, 4:133; Dicky’s toothache and, 2:92; family of, 1:218n, 1:222n, 2:67n, 2:94n; father’s death and, 2:254; letters to (1851–55), 1:216–17; marriage of, 1:268; mentioned, 1:200, 1:205, 2:310, 2:370, 4:22, 4:49; Tom’s death and, 3:296

Wood, Charles Alexander (“Aleck”), 1:221, 1:222n

Wood, Cyril, 2:94

Wood, Frances Moodie, 6:243n

Wood, Peter Almeric Leheup, 1:268n; advice from, 4:49; family of, 1:218n, 1:222n, 2:67n, 2:94n, 2:304, 2:352, 3:439, 4:50n; Judge’s death and, 2:254; as Lady Wightman’s executor, 4:31; mentioned, 1:327; position for, 2:102n; Tom’s death and, 3:296

Wood, Richard Somerville, 6:242, 6:243n

Wood, Robert, 2:264

Wood, Sophia Brownrigg, 1:221, 1:222n

Wood, Wallace, 4:428–29

Wood, William Wightman (“Willy”): mentioned, 2:107, 2:268, 2:474, 4:255, 6:29; school of, 2:67; Tom’s death and, 3:296; visit with, 5:95

Woodall, Mary Hebden (later, Dent), 1:462, 1:463n

Woodard, Nathaniel, 2:328, 2:329

Woodcock’s Little Game (Morton), 2:345n

Woodford rectory: description of, 2:306; fondness for, 3:37; as influence, 3:32, 3:34; roses at, 2:310; stay at, 2:303, 2:305, 2:313, 2:326

Wood Rhys, Edith Caroline. See Wingfield, Edith Caroline Wood Rhys

Woods, Mary A., 6:225

Woolner, Thomas, 2:212n, 4:267n, 4:396

Woolrich, Artillery Ball at, 4:388

“A Word about America” (MA): mentioned, 5:219; publication of, 5:47n, 5:445n; references in, 1:83n; writing of, 5:46–47

“A Word More about America” (MA): mentioned, 6:4, 6:15, 6:19; proofs of, 5:445n; publication of, 5:445, 6:21; references in, 5:366n, 6:34n; responses to, 6:18, 6:20–22; writing of, 6:3

“A Word More about Spinoza” (MA): payment for, 2:253n; publication of, 2:185n, 2:246n, 2:332, 2:351–52; writing of, 2:245

Wordsworth family, 1:6, 1:7n, 1:8–9, 1:12, 1:13, 5:347

Wordsworth, Christopher: family of, 1:175; letter from (1876–80), 5:59; memoir of father by, 6:318; mentioned, 4:291n; protest of, 2:259, 2:260n

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

Wordsworth, Fanny Eliza Graham, 4:411n; letters to (1876–80), 4:410; letters to (1881–85), 5:258, 5:300

Wordsworth, Gordon Graham: family of, 4:411n; letters to (1876–80), 5:15–16; letters to (1881–85), 6:44–45, 6:68; mentioned, 5:300, 6:66

Wordsworth, John, 5:64, 6:363

Wordsworth, Mary Hutchinson: book for, 1:300; death of, 1:411; letters from (1829–40), 1:15–16; on Mary Arnold Twining, 1:95n; on MA’s marriage, 1:209–10n; mentioned, 1:358; obituary of, 1:412n

Wordsworth, Susan Esther Coxe, 6:363

Wordsworth, William (father): acquaintances of, 1:102n, 1:166n, 5:371n, 6:156; allusions to, 1:117, 1:207n, 1:246n, 1:342n, 3:437n, 5:55n, 6:189n, 6:313n; biographies of, 6:318; burial of, 4:114; copyright issues and, 5:125, 5:199; correspondence with, 1:10; death of, 1:173n, 5:56; Goethe and, 1:148, 1:166; on grief, 4:180; handwriting of, 2:340; home of, 6:185n; as influence, 1:xlvii, 1:76, 2:129, 4:123; Knight on, 5:43–44; letters of (1829–40), 1:14–15, 1:16–17n; letters of (1841–45), 1:63–64; letters of (1846–50), 1:109, 1:110n; on letter writing, 1:xliv; lifestyle of, 1:402; MA compared to, 4:379; mentioned, 1:101, 1:123, 3:51, 3:176, 5:209, 5:223; opinion of, 1:369, 2:339, 5:75; on poetry, 1:141; portraits of, 5:40, 5:41n, 5:62, 5:274; quoted, 3:32, 5:31, 5:116, 5:147n, 5:312n, 6:24, 6:126; reading of, 4:22, 5:32; references to, 4:331; statue of, 5:32, 5:34; travels of, 6:132; verses for, 1:171n, 1:173n, 1:300; writings on, 1:259, 4:28n, 4:285n; works: “Effulgence,” 5:26; “Laodamia,” 5:25; Yarrow Revisited and Other Poems, 1:17n. See also “Memorial Verses” (MA); Poems of Wordsworth (MA); “Wordsworth” (MA)

Wordsworth, William (son), 4:411n, 5:51, 5:258

Wordsworth, Willie (grandson), 5:77

“Wordsworth” (MA), 4:354n

Wordsworth Society: addresses to, 5:268; founding of, 4:285n, 5:140; meetings of, 4:61n, 5:423, 5:424n; members of, 1:16–17n, 4:285n; mentioned, 5:157; publications of, 6:224n. See also “Address to the Wordsworth Society May 2nd 1883” (MA)

Working Men’s Colleges and Institutes: lecture at, 4:439, 4:446, 5:4, 5:5n, 5:11, 5:12; mentioned, 2:248n, 3:424, 3:425n, 4:69, 4:86; reading list for, 6:113–14

World: correspondents of, 3:197n; founding of, 3:188n; on MA, 4:316, 6:72; “Poor Mathias” parodied in, 5:245; on Tennyson, 5:122; writing of, 6:318

“Worldly Place” (MA), 3:292

“World’s Triumphs” (MA), 3:322

Wormell, Deborah, 3:15n

Worms, Gustave, 5:42, 5:43n

Worsley, Mr (unidentified), 4:248

Worsley, Philip Stanhope, 2:109, 2:116, 2:139, 2:166–67, 2:168

Wotton, description of, 3:353, 5:220

Wotton House (near Dorking, Surrey), 5:161

Wreford, Elizabeth Morell (later, Morell), 5:138–39

Wright (stonemason), 3:236

Wright (unidentified), 4:16

Wright, Ichabod Charles, 2:253, 2:355

Wright, Robert Samuel, 3:127, 3:128n

Wrightson, Mr (unidentified), 1:33

“Written in Kensington Gardens” (MA), 1:151–52

Wunderly family, 6:125

Wyatt, Surgeon Maj., 4:444

Wyke, Charles Lennox, 6:25, 6:26–27n

Wylie family, 6:230

Wynne, Marjorie G., 1:xxxix

Wynter, Philip, 1:47n, 3:49, 4:46

Wyoming (boat), 6:236

Wyon, Allan, 2:51, 2:52n, 2:123

Wyss, George von, 6:123, 6:124, 6:125

Xavier, Saint Francis, 2:175

x Club,” 4:293n

Xenophon, 1:17, 2:19

“Yale Manuscript,” 1:xxxix

Yale University: Beinecke Library at, 1:xxxvii, 1:xxxviii–xxxix; lectures at, 5:331, 6:322; Sterling Memorial Library at, 1:xxiv, 1:xxxiv–xxxv; visit to, 5:333–34n

Yamold, E., 2:32

Yarde-Buller, John Buller, 1:358

Yardley, Edward: letters to (1866–70), 3:267

Yarnall, Ellis, 1:284, 5:356n, 5:361, 6:156, 6:160

Yates, Dorothea Crompton, 2:77

Yates, Edmund, 3:188n; Dickens banquet and, 3:186; fund-raising by, 5:184; journal of, 3:197n; letters to (1886–88), 6:149; mentioned, 5:335

Yates, James, 2:77n; A French Eton for, 2:313; letters to (1861–65), 2:76, 2:144; mentioned, 2:326, 3:164

Yates, Sarah Jane (later, Fielden), 1:476, 1:477n

Yates Thompson. See Thompson, Henry Yates

York, archbishop of. See Magee, William Connon (bishop of Peterborough, later archbishop of York); Thomson, William (archbishop of York)

York, dean of (Rev. Augustus Duncombe), 1:512, 1:513n

Yorke, Anna Maria (Lady Head), 3:91

Yorke, Annie de Rothschild: family of, 1:499–500n; husband’s death and, 4:444–45; marriage of, 4:132, 4:133n; mentioned, 2:199n, 4:193, 6:28, 6:297n; party of, 4:365

Yorke, Eliot Constantine, 4:132, 4:133n, 4:193, 4:444–45

Yorke, Henry Francis Redhead, 5:449n

Yorke, Lady Lilian, 5:448, 5:449n

Young, Mr (unidentified), 6:337, 6:354

Young, Mrs, 2:58, 2:65, 3:64, 3:65

Young, Capt. Allen William, 1:512, 1:513n

Young, Charles Mayne, 3:341n

Young, Edward Mallet: letters to (1871–75), 4:105

Young, G. M., 3:245n

Young, George, 5:233, 5:234n

Young, Rev. Julian Charles, 3:341

Young, Karl, 1:xxxv

“The Youth of Nature” (MA), 1:282n

Yoxall, James Henry: letters to (1876–80), 5:91

Yule, Col. Henry, 4:308, 4:309n, 4:315–16

Zampa (Hérold), 6:120

Zeller, Edouard, 6:90, 6:96

“The Zenith of Conservatism” (MA), 6:215n

Zeuss, Johann Kaspar, 3:29, 3:30n

Zincke, Rev. Foster Barham: letters to (1881–85), 5:277, 5:301; mentioned, 5:4, 5:5n, 5:12; The Plough and the Dollar, 5:277, 5:365n

Zingari Club (cricket), 3:260

Zoological Gardens, 1:519–20, 2:203, 2:224–25, 2:375, 2:389, 3:62

Zulu war, 5:12–13