Index to The Letters of Christina Rossetti

Aberdere, Lord

Abrey, Mrs. (DGR’s nurse)

Academy

Acland, Henry Wentworth

Adams, Robert Dudley

Adams, William Henry Davenport

Afghan War (Second)

Aguilar, Edward

Alboni, Marietta

Alcock, Mrs. J. P.

Alcock, Rev. J. P. (vicar of All Saints Church, Birchington)

Aldrich, Charles

Alexander, Mrs.

Alford, Henry, dean of Canterbury

Alger, Miss

Alger, Mrs.

Alger, William Rounseville

All Saints Church (Birchington-on-Sea)

All Saints Convalescent Hospital

All Saints Mission Hospital

All Saints Sisterhood

All the Year Round

Allen, Grant

Allen, Vivien

Allingham, William

Allport, Mr.

Allport, Mrs.

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence

Amadeus, king of Spain

Amon, Mrs.

Anderson, Abbot (physician)

Anderson, Bessie (nurse)

Anderson, Hans Christian

Andrieu, Jules

Angeloni, Luigi

Anglican Sisterhoods

Animal World

Anthony, Henry Mark

Antivivisectionism

Apollo and Marsyas

Arbuthnot, Rev. R. K.

Argosy, The

Ariosto, Ludovico

Arnold, Matthew

Arnold, Sir Edwin (poet)

Artist, The

Ashburnham, Bertram, fourth earl of

Asher, Miss

Ashley Grove Annual

Ashley, Evelyn

Ashton, Algernon

Athawes, J. T.

Athenæum

Atlantic Monthly, the (magazine)

Austin Friars

Austin, Alfred (poet laureate)

Austin, Sarah Etring

Aylott and Jones (publishers)

Aytoun, William Edmonstoune

Bailey, George Hewlett (chloroformist at the London Dental Hospital)

Bailey, Philip James (poet)

Bain, Mr. (bookseller)

Baker, Esther

Baker, Mrs. James

Balfour, Eleanor Mildred

Banks, George Linnaeus

Banks, Isabella Varley

Banner, Mrs.

Barham, Rev. Richard Harris Dalton: “As I Laye A-Thynkynge”

Baring, Alexander, Lord Ashburton (financier)

Barnard, Clara

Barnard, Eliza

Bath, Lady (née Harriet Baring)

Bath, city of

Baudelaire, Charles

Baynes, Rev. Robert Hall

Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis

Bedford, Herbert

Bedford, duke of

Beecher, Eunice White Bullard

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie (poet and CGR's biographer)

Bell, Major Morrison

Bellamy, Edward

Belloc, Bessie Rainer Parkes

Belsham, W.

Bennett, Rev. James Early

Bennett, William Cox

Benson, Rev. Meux

Bergman, Mr.

Berkeley, Miss

Berry, Mary

Bevir, Edith

Birchington Institute

Black, William

Blackwood’s Magazine

Bladud, King

Blake, William

Bland, Mrs.

Blind, Mathilde

Blumenthal, Jacques (composer)

Boccaccio, Giovanni

Bodichon, Barbara Leigh Smith

Boehm, Adolf

Bolton, Charles E.

Bolton, Sarah Knowles

Bonaparte, Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III)

Bond, Sir Edward

Bondone, Giotto de

Book of Common Prayer

Bookman, The

Booth, William

Bourienne, Antoine Fauvelet

Bowes, Robert

Bowker, R. R. (literary critic)

Boyce, George Price

Boycott, D. M.

Boyd, Alice

Boyd, Eleanor Margaret Courtney

Boyd, Margaret Losh

Boyd, Spencer

Boyle, Mr.

Bracey, Dr.

Bray, Anna Eliza (Kempe) Stothard

Bray, Rev.

Brett, G. P.

Brett, George Edward

Brett, John

Briareus

Brighton

Bristow, Mr. (cemetery custodian, All Saints Church, Birchington-on-Sea)

Bristow, Rev. R. Rhodes

British Museum

British Weekly

Brockbank, Miss

Bromley, Clara Moser

Bromley, Elizabeth

Bromley, Elizabeth Clara

Bromley, Helen

Bromley, Sir Richard Madox

Brompton Cemetery

Brontë, Emily

Brookbank

Brown, Arthur Gabriel Madox: death of

Brown, Catherine (Cathy)

Brown, Elizabeth Bromley

Brown, Emma Lucy Madox

Brown, Emma Matilda Hill

Brown, Ford Madox

Brown, Gerald Baldwin

Brown, Oliver Madox (“Nolly”)

Browne, Charles Farrar (pseud. Artemus Ward)

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

Browning, Robert

Bryant, Mrs. William

Bryant, William

Buchanan, Robert

Buckland, Anna Jane

Budden, W. H.

Builder, The

Bull, Bessie Read

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George, First Earl Lytton

Burcham, Mr.

Burcham, Robert Partridge

Burdett-Coutts, Baroness Angela Georgina

Burlington Club

Burlington House

Burn, William (architect)

Burne-Jones, Edward

Burne-Jones, Georgiana

Burne-Jones, Margaret

Burne-Jones, Philip

Burney, Frances (later Madame D’Arblay)

Burritt, Elihu

Burrows, Canon Henry William

Burton, Sir Richard

Butcher, Professor

Butler, Arthur John

Butler, Josephine

Butler, Pierce

Byron, George Gordon, Lord

Cadogan, Lord George Henry

Caine, Elizabeth Anne Hall

Caine, Thomas Henry Hall

Caldecott, Miss

Cameron, Julia Margaret

Campana, G. P.

Campbell, Major

Canut, Madame

Carleton, Miss

Carlyle, Jane Welsh

Carlyle, Thomas

Carr, J. Comyns

Carrington, Nicholas Toms

Carroll, Lewis

Carte, Mrs.

Casey, Daniel

Cassell and Company, Ltd. (publishers)

Catchpole, George

Catchpole, Sarah

Catterson, Mrs.

Cavalcaselle, Giovanni Battista

Cavour, Conte Camillo Benso di

Cayley, Arthur

Cayley, Charles Bagot

Cayley, Henrietta

Cayley, Henry

Cayley, Mary

Cayley, Sophie

Century Guild Hobby Horse

Century Magazine

Ceresa, Margherita

Charles, Miss

Chatterton, Thomas

Cheltenham Free Library

Child, Theodore

Cholera, in London

Cholmeley, Dr.

Chorley, Henry Fothergill

Christ Church, Albany St.

Christie, Mr.

Church Times

Church, Richard William (dean, St. Paul's Cathedral)

Churchman’s Shilling Magazine

Ciocci, Mr.

Civil War (American)

Clapp, Henry

Clarke, John Henry

Clayton, John R.

Clergy Trading Act

Cobb, Mr.

Cobbe, Frances Power

Coeur, Jacques

Cole, Isabella Pietrocola-Rossetti

Cole, Lionel

Coleridge, Earnest Hartley

Coleridge, Edith

Coleridge, Henry Nelson

Coleridge, Herbert

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

Coleridge, Sara

Colet, John

Colla Library (Italy)

Collet, Dr. (physician)

Collins, Charles Allston

Collins, Wilkie

Collinson, Charles

Collinson, James

Collinson, Mary

Colonial and Indian Exhibition (1886)

Colvin, Sidney

Combrisson, Mlle.

Commune of Paris

Congleton, Sir Henry Parnell, Baron

Consalvo, Signor

Conway, Katherine

Conway, Moncure D.

Cook, Eliza

Cook, Keningale Robert

Coolidge, Susan

Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.

Cornforth, Fanny

Cornhill Magazine

Coronio, Aglaia Ionides

Cotton, Miss (not identified)

“Cotton Famine”

Courtney, Henry

Courtney, Margaret

Cowper-Temple, Georgina (later Lady Mount-Temple)

Cozens, Elizabeth

Crabbe, George

Craig, Isa

Craik, George Lillie

Crayon, The

Crellin, Nelson

Creuzer, Georg Frederich

Critic, The

Crosse, Lavinia

Crowe, Catherine Stephens

Crowe, Joseph A.

Cruikshank, George

Crump, Rebecca

Cullingworth, Charles James (physician)

Cunningham, Allan

Curgenven, Josephine

Curgenven, Mr.

Cyprian, Saint

Cyprus

Daily Chronicle

Daily News

Daily Telegraph

Dallas, Eneas Sweetland

Dalrymple, Lady Sophia (née Pattle)

Dalziel Brothers (publishers)

Danis, Mlle.

Dante Alighieri

Darmesteter, Agnes Mary Francis (née Robinson)

Darmesteter, James

Davenport brothers: seances

Davies, Emily

Davies, William

Davis, William

Dayman, Rev. John

De Morgan, Augustus

De Morgan, Sophia Elizabeth Frend

Deacon, Alfred Wranius

Defoe, Daniel

Delf, Thomas

della Porta, Bartolommeo

Deverill, Walter Howell

Dick, Mr.

Dickens, Charles

Dickinson, Emily (poet)

Dilberlogue, Stauros

Dixon, Canon Richard Watson

Dixon, Thomas

Dobell, Bertram

Dodge, Mary Mapes

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (pseud. Lewis Carroll)

Dodsworth, Rev. William

Doey, Mr.

Donne, Rose (later, Hake)

Dooley, Allan C.

Dorling, William

Dowden, Edward

Downey, D. (photographer)

Downey, W. (photographer)

Doxat, Miss

Drayton, Michael

Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni: and the Great Gorilla Controversy

Dublin University Magazine

Duclaux, Émile

Dumézy, Mrs.

Dunn, Henry Treffy

Dunstan, Emma Potter

Dunstan, Malcom

Durand, John Brown, as founder of The Crayon

Durant, Heloise

Dyce, William

Dymond, Mrs.

D’Orsey, Sarah Anne

Eckley, Sophia May

Eclectic Magazine

Edgcome family (not identified)

Edgecombe, Mrs.

Edgeworth, Maria

Edison, Thomas A.

Edwards, Amelia Blanford

Edwards, Matilda Betham

Egg, Augustus

Egypt

Eliot, George (Marianne Evans)

Elliot and Fry (photographers)

Ellis and Elvey (publishers)

Ellis, Frederick Startridge

Ellis, Sarah Stickney

Epps, Ellen

Epps, John

Etna, Mount

Evans, Alfred

Evans, Sebastian

Ewing, Mrs.

Examiner, The

Expositor

Faithfull, Emily

Fantin-Latour, Henri

Faucit, Helen (actress)

Faulkner, Charles: engravings for Goblin Market and Other Poems

Ferrazzi, Giuseppe Jacapo

Ferrier, Sir David

Field, Eugene

Field, Mrs. Telford

Fielding, Copley

Fielding, Lady Louisa

Fields, Annie Adams

Fields, James Thomas

Filopanti, Signora

Fitzgerald, Edward (poet)

Folkestone (seaside resort town)

Foote, George William

Foote, Henriette Heimann

Ford, Edward Onslow

Ford, Ford Madox

Ford, James, Prebendary of Exeter: translation of Dante

Forman, Henry Buxton

Fosbery, Rev. Thomas Vincent

Fourdrinier, Anna Maria

Fourdrinier, Henry

Fourdrinier, Mary

Fox, Dr. Wilson

Fox, John Kirkham (vicar, All Saints Church, Birchington-on-Sea)

Francis, John

Franco-Prussian War

Franklin, Percy Faraday (writer)

Fraser, Francis Arthur

Fraser’s Magazine

Fredeman, William E.

Freeman, Dr.

Frere, J. Hookham

Frere, Mr.

Froude, Hurrell

Fry, Clarence

Fry, Elizabeth

Furnival, Frederick James

Gabriel, Mary Ann Virginia (Mrs. George Marsh)

Galvanism

Galzini, A.

Gamberale, Luigi

Gardner, Mrs.

Garibaldi, Giusseppe

Garnett, Olivia Narney Singleton

Garnett, Richard

Garrett, Sarah

Garrick Club: DGR as member

Gaskell, Elizabeth

Gates, Horatio

Gauntlett, Mr.

Gauntlett, Mrs.

Gellibrand, Emma (novelist)

Gemmer, Caroline (pseud. Gerda Fay)

Gemmer, Rose

Gemmer, Ruth Violet

Gemmer, Walter

Georgina, Alice (not identified)

Germ, The (magazine of the PRB)

Ghiberti, Lorenzo

Gibbons, Mr.

Gilbert, Rosa Mulholland

Gilbert, Sir John

Gilchrist, Alexander

Gilchrist, Anne Burrows

Gilchrist, Beatrice

Gilchrist, Grace

Gilchrist, Herbert Harlakenden

Gilchrist, Percy Carlyle

Gilfillan, Rev. George

Gill, William (physician to WMR household)

Gillum, Mrs. William James

Gillum, William James

Gilman, Daniel C

Gilpin, John

Gladstone, William Everett (prime minister)

Glasgow News

Glyn, Isabella Dallas

Godwin, William

Goldberg, Gail Lynn

Goldsmid, Miss

Goldsmith, Oliver

Gooch, Robert (physician)

Gordon, Major General Charles George

Gosse, Edmund

Gough, John B.

Governesses’ Benevolent Institution

Gowers, Sir Richard Douglas (physician)

Graham, James Lorimer

Graham, John (patron of DGR)

Graham, William (patron of DGR)

Grant, Lloyd

Gray, Dr. John Edward

Great Exhibition (Leeds)

Green, Miss

Green, Miss Everitt

Greenwell, Dora (poet)

Greenwood, Mr. (CGR's landlord)

Gregson, Mr.

Grey, John

Gringer, Mr.

Groote, Gerard

Grosart, Alexander Balloch

Grosvenor Gallery

Grove, George

Guardian, The

Guest, Miss

Gurney, Alfred

Gurney, Edmund

Gurney, Emelia (author)

Gurney, Hudson (antiquary and versifier)

Gurney, Rev. Alfred

Gurney, Russell (barrister)

Gutch, Charles

Haggard, Sir Rider (novelist)

Haines, William

Hake, Alfred E.

Hake, Edmund

Hake, George Gordon

Hake, Guy

Hake, Henry

Hake, Marjory

Hake, Rose Donne

Hake, Dr. Thomas Gordon

Hake, Ursula

Hale, Miss

Hamber, Thomas

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert

Hamilton, Mr.

Hamilton, Mrs.

Hancock, John

Hannay, James

Hare, Dr. Charles J.

Harewood House

Harford, Canon

Harper’s Magazine

Harris, Dr.

Harris, James Rendell

Harris, Mrs.

Harrison, Antony

Harrison, Emily

Harrison, Fanny

Harrison, Frederick

Harrison, Harriet

Harrison, Mary

Harrison, Minnie

Harrison, William

Hartmann, Mr.

Hartmann, Mrs.

Hastings, Warren

Haweis, Hugh Reginald

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

Haydon, Benjamin Robert

Haydon, Mary

Haydon, Mrs. Frank Scott

Haydon, Samuel James Bouverie

Hayley, Thomas

Hays, Matilda M.

Hayward, Ann (not identified)

Heaphy, Thomas

Heaton, Arthur

Heaton, Butler, & Bayne (manufacturers of stained glass)

Heaton, Ellen

Heaton, John Aldam

Heaton, Mrs. John Aldam

Heber, Reginald

Heimann, Adolf

Heimann, Amelia Barnard

Heimann, Charles

Heimann, Golde

Heimann, Horace

Heimann, Johnny

Henderson, Janet

Henderson, Margaret

Henley, William Ernest (poet)

Hensman, Miss

Heraud, John Abraham

Herbert, George (poet)

Herodias

Herrick, Robert

Herschel, John Frederick William

Hervey, T. K.

Highgate Cemetery

Highgate Penitentiary (Home for Fallen Women)

Highgate Penitentiary (home for fallen women)

Hiner, Cincinnatus (pseud. Joaquin Miller)

Hinkson, Katharine Tynan

Hinman, Fraülein

Hodgson, J. Stewart

Hogarth Club

Holborn Union Infirmary

Hollan, Mrs.

Holland, Betsy

Holland, Dr. George

Holland, Edith

Holland, Mrs.

Hollings, Dr.

Holmes, Miss

Hood, Thomas

Hook, Theodore Edward

Hopkins, Ellice

Hopkins, Johns

Horder, William Garrett

Horne, Herbert Percy

Houghton, Arthur Boyd

Hour, The

Housman, Laurence

Howard, Lady Philippa

Howe, Elias Jr.

Howell, Charles Augustus

Howell, Frances Catherine

Howitt, Anna Mary

Howitt, Margaret Anastasia

Howitt, Mary

Howitt, William

Hüffer, Catherine Madox Brown

Hüffer, Ford Madox

Hüffer, Franz (Francis)

Hüffer, Juliet

Hüffer, Oliver

Hughes, Arthur (artist)

Hughes, Justina

Hughes, Miss (Brighton landlady)

Hughes, Miss Ball

Hughes, Robert Ball

Hume, David

Hunt, Alfred (painter)

Hunt, James Henry Leigh

Hunt, Leigh

Hunt, Margaret (pseud. Avril Beaumont, novelist)

Hunt, Margaret Raine

Hunt, Violet

Hunt, William Holman

Hunt, William M.

Hunting, Mrs.

Hutchinson, Thomas

Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography

Inchbold, John William

Indian Empire

Ingelow, Jean

Ingham, Miss

Ingram, John

Inkerman, Battle of

International Exhibition (1862)

Ionides, Alexander Constantine

Jackson, Annie (nurse)

Jackson, Elizabeth Blackburne

Jackson, Henry

Jackson, Mr.

Jackson, Rev. Thomas

Jackson, Stonewall

Jacob, Miss

James, Dr.

Jameson, William Edward (dental surgeon)

Jeaffreson, John Cordy

Jenner, Sir William (physician)

Jervis, Florence

Jervis, Mrs. Swynfen

Jervis, Philip

Jervis, Swynfen

Jewett, Sarah Orne

Jewsbury, Geraldine Endsor

Job, Book of

John the Baptist

John, Saint

Johnson, David

Joyce, Robert Buyer

Junkin, Rev. George

Keary, Annie

Keats, John

Keble, Rev. John (Anglican reformer and poet)

Keightley, Miss

Keightly, Thomas

Kelly, Philip

Kelmscott Manor

Kelmscott Press

Kemble, Francis Anne

Kemble, John Philip

Kemp, Mrs.

Kempe, Anna Eliza

Kempis, Thomas à

Khan, Ayub

King, Harriet Eleanor

King, Louisa

Kingsley, Charles

Kingsley, Frances Grenfell

Kingsley, Mary St. Leger

Kinnoul, Lady (Louisa Burton Hay)

Kinnoul, Lord (Thomas Robert Hay)

Kipling, Rudyard

Kirkup, Seymour Stocker

Kitton, Mr.

Knewstub, Walter John

Knight, Charles

Knight, Joseph

Knighton, Sir William

Knox, Isabel Craig: Poems: An Offering to Lancashire

Knox, Vicesimus

Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen

Laffey, Madame (née Cambrisson)

Laffey, Mr.

Lamb, Charles

Lamb, Mary Ann

Lambert, Mrs.

Landseer, Sir Edwin Henry

Lane, Edward William

Langham Place Circle

Lascaridi, Peter

Lasner, Mark S.

Laurie, Miss

Lawrence, Sir Thomas

Lawson, George (surgeon to CGR and to Queen Victoria from 1886)

Layard, George Somes (writer)

Layard, Sir Austen Henry

Le Gros, Alphonse

Leader, John Temple

Lear, Edward

Leathart, James

Lee, Charles

Lega-Fletcher, Mme.

Leifchild, Henry

Leifchild, Miss

Leifchild, Sara

Leighton, Frederick

Leopardi, Conte Giacomo

Leslie, Charles Robert

Leslie, George Dunlop

Leslie, Sir Henry David

Leto, Giulio Pomponio

Lever, Charles James

Levy, Amy

Lewis, Roger C.

Leyland, Florence

Leyland, Frederick Richard (patron of DGR)

Leys, Hendrik (Belgian painter)

Life of Abraham Lincoln (Gustav Cohn)

Lindsay, Lady Frances

Lindsay, Sir Coutts

Linnell, John

Linnell, William

Linton, William James

Literary Opinion

Littledale, Frederick

Littledale, Rev. Richard

Lloyd, Miss

Locker-Lampson, Frederick

London Parcels Delivery

London Parcels Delivery Company

London Zoological Gardens

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth

Longleat

Longman's Magazine

Lord Shaftesbury (Gustav Cohn)

Lorenzetti, Pietro (known as Laurati)

Lowe, Sir Hudson

Lowell, James Russell

Lucas, Samuel

Ludlow, Major General

Lushington, Vernon

Lyal, Edna

Lyell, Sir Charles

Lyell, Sir Leonard

Lyster, Alfred Chaworth

Lyster, Cecil

Lyster, Emma

Lyttel, Mr.

MacLehose, Norman

Macaulay, Thomas Babington

Maccoll, Rev. Malcolm (vicar, All Saints Church, Birchington-on-Sea)

Macdonald, Alexander

Macdonald, Alice

Macdonald, George

Macfarren, George A.

Macmillan and Co. (publishers)

Macmillan, Alexander

Macmillan, Emma Pignatel

Macmillan, George

Macmillan, Olive

Macmillan’s Magazine

Macquoid, Katherine Sarah

Magazine of Art

Main, David M.

Maltby, Carrie

Manchester Art Exhibition

Manet, Edouard

Manfredi, Mme.

Mangold, Miss (not identified)

Mansell and Co. (photographers)

Manzoni, Allessandro

Marchant, Mr.

Marchesani, Giuseppi

Marks, Henry Stacy

Marks, Murray

Marlborough House

Marlborough, Duke of

Married Women's Property Bill (1870)

Marsh, Jan

Marsh, Mrs.

Marsh-Caldwell, Anne

Marshall, John (DGR’s physician)

Marshall, Mrs. Francis Albert

Marshall, Mrs. John

Marston, Cecily

Marston, Cecily and Eleanor

Marston, Dr. John Westland

Marston, Philip Bourke

Martin, Anne Burroughs

Martin, Arthur Patchett

Martin, Mr.

Martin, Rosamond

Martin, Sir Theodore

Martineau, Harriet

Marzials, Frank T.

Maser, Frederick E.

Maser, Mary Louise Jarden

Masson, David

Maudsley, Henry

Maurice, Frederick D.

May, Miss

Mayo, Conte Adolfo

Mazzini, Giuseppe

McClure, Edmund (SPCK editor)

Meadows, Joseph Kenny

Mello & Son (stockbrokers)

Meredith, George

Merry England

Metastasio, Pietro Trepassi

Meyers, Terry

Meynell, Alice

Micks, Sir Robert (Secretary, Inland Revenue)

Mileham, May

Miles, Alfred H.

Milford, Lady

Millais, Sir John Everett

Millard, John

Miller, Joaquin

Milton, John

Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, The

Mitchell, Mrs.

Mitchell, William Charles

Moeller, Antoinette

Moeller, Bernhardt

Moeller, Bertie

Moeller, Dossie

Moeller, Felix

Moeller, Ford

Moeller, Golde Heimann

Moeller, Nettie

Monacelli, E.

Moncrieff, Mr.

Monet, Claude (painter)

Monkhouse, W. Cosimo

Monro, Edward

Monti-Baraldi, Senora

Moore, Canon Edward (Dante scholar)

Moore, George Augustus (novelist)

Morgaston, Colonel

Morland, George

Morley, John

Morris, Jane Burden

Morris, Lewis

Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Company

Morris, May

Morris, William

Morton, William T. G.

Moulton, Louise Chandler

Mount-Temple, Lady Georgiana

Mount-Temple, William Cowper, First Baron

Mudie’s (lending library)

Mumby, Frank A.

Munro, Alexander

Murray, Charles Fairfax

Murray, Dr. James Augustus Henry (editor, Oxford English Dictionary)

Musgrave, George

M’Carthy, Justin

Napoleon, Louis

Nash, Rev. John Glendenning

Nashe, Thomas

Neale, Rev. John Mason

Nélaton, Auguste

Nelson, Admiral Horatio

Nesbitt, Mary

Nettleship, Isabella

Nettleship, John Trivett (painter)

New and Old

Newman, John Henry

Newsham, Miss

Newton, Amelia Hepzibah

Newton, Anne Maria

Newton, Emily Rebecca

Newton, Julia Mary

Newton, Phoebe Jemima

Nicholas, Saint

Nicoll, Henry James

Nicoll, William Robertson

Nightingale, Florence

Niles, Thomas (editor, Roberts Brothers of Boston)

Noel, Roden Berkeley Wriothesley

North, William

Norton, Mrs. Charles Eliot

Notes and Queries

Nouvelle Biographie Générale

Nutt, David

O'Conor, Charles Patrick ("Irish peasant poet")

Observateur Français

Oliphant, Lawrence

Olivieri, Dr. Agostino

Olivieri, Edoardo

Olivieri, Elisa

Once a Week: poems by CGR published in

Opie, Amelia

Orchard, John

Orme, Emily Rosaline

Orme, Julia

Ormison, James

Osborn, Ellen (inmate at Highgate Penitentiary)

Oxford John

Oxford Movement

Oxford Union Debating Hall (murals by DGR)

Oxford and Cambridge Magazine

O’Conor (“Irish peasant poet”)

Packer, Lona Mosk

Palgrave, Francis Turner (editor)

Pall Mall Gazette

Palmer, Roundell

Parke, Louisa

Parker, James (publisher)

Parker, John Henry

Parker, Joseph

Parkes, Bessie Rainer

Parkes, Joseph

Parkes, Sir Henry

Parkinson, Miss

Parkinson, Ronald

Parodi, Mr.

Pasteur, Louis

Patmore, Coventry

Patmore, Harriet Robson

Patmore, Mary

Paton, Sir Noel

Patterson, J. and H. (stone carvers)

Paul, Kegan (publisher)

Payne, John

Pen, The

Penkill Castle

Percy, Bishop Thomas

Peregrine, Mrs.

Perry, Mrs.

Petrarch

Petronj, Stefano Egidio

Phillips, Henry Wyndham

Phillips, Miss

Pictorial World

Pietrocola, Achille

Pietrocola, Luigino

Pietrocola, Margherita (née Rossetti)

Pietrocola-Rossetti, Isabella (later, Cole)

Pietrocola-Rossetti, Teodorico

Pistrucci, Filippo

Pitt, William

Plato

Plint, Thomas

Plotinus

Plowright, Mrs. (cook at 30 Torrington Square)

Plutarch

Pocock, Isaac: The Miller and His Men

Poe, Edgar Allan

Polidori, Amalia

Polidori, Anna Maria (née Pierce; grandmother of CGR)

Polidori, Cesina

Polidori, Charlotte

Polidori, Dr. John

Polidori, Eliza Harriet

Polidori, Filippo

Polidori, Gaetano (grandfather of CGR)

Polidori, John

Polidori, Luigi Eastachio

Polidori, Margaret

Polidori, Philip Robert

Poll-Parrot Picture Book

Pollen, J. H.

Polodori, Peter

Polydore, Henrietta (daughter of Henry Polydore)

Polydore, Henrietta (wife of Henry Polydore)

Polydore, Henry (CGR's uncle)

Poole, George Ayliffe

Portfolio Society

Potter, Cipriani

Potter, Emma

Potter, Henry

Powell, Sir Richard Douglas (physician)

Prater, Mrs.

Pratt, Charles Stuart

Pratt, Ella Farman

Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

Pre-Raphaelite Exhibition, the

Pre-Raphaelitism

Preston, Col. John T. L

Preston, Margaret Junkin

Priestley, Joseph

Priestley, Sir William Overend (physician)

Princess of Wales

Prinsep, Florence (née Leyland)

Prinsep, Valentine Cameron

Proctor, Adelaide Anne

Proctor, Ellen

Promessi Sposi (Allessandro Manzoni)

Pryor, Miss

Punch

Pusey, Rev. Edward

Péladan, Joséphin

Raby Castle

Radcliffe, Ann

Rae, George

Ragged Schools

Ralston, William

Ramsay, Lady

Rawlinson, Wynifred

Read, Bessie

Read, Harriett (nurse to Eliza Polidori and CGR)

Read, Lucy

Rearson, Mr.

Reed, John Shelton

Reedham School Orphanage

Richards, Rev. William Upton

Richardson, Mrs. (not identified)

Richardson, Samuel (novelist)

Richmond, George

Ricketts, Charles

Rider, Dr.

Rintoul, Henrietta

Ritchie, Arthur

Rivingtons (publishers)

Roberts Brothers (CGR's Boston publishers)

Roberts, Charles

Roberts, Lewis A.

Roberts, Morley (poet)

Roberts, Mr. (physician)

Robertson, Eric Sutherland

Robinson, Agnes Mary Francis

Robinson, Daniel George

Robinson, Mary

Robinson, Mrs.

Roden, Mrs.

Rolandi’s Foreign Library

Ronges, Johannes

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Rossetti, Antonio

Rossetti, Arthur

“Rossetti Bungalow”

Rossetti, Christina Georgina

Rossetti, Christina Georgina (writings)

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (drawings and paintings)

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (residences)

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (writings)

Rossetti, Dominico de

Rossetti, Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal

Rossetti, Frances Mary Lavinia (née Polidori)

Rossetti, Gabriel Arthur

Rossetti, Gabriele Pasquale Giuseppe

Rossetti, Gabriele Pasquale Giuseppe (writings)

Rossetti, Helen

Rossetti, Lucy Madox Brown

Rossetti, Maria Francesca

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Rossetti, Maria Michele (sister to Gabriele)

Rossetti, Maria Raffade (sister to Gabriele)

Rossetti, Mary Elizabeth Madox

Rossetti, Michael Ford Madox

Rossetti, Olivia Frances Madox

Rossetti, William Michael

Rossetti, William Michael (edited works)

Rossetti, William Michael (writings)

Rossi, Dario (Genovese publisher)

Rothenstein, Alice

Rothenstein, William

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Routledge, George (publisher)

Rovedino, Signor

Rowe, Anne (servant)

Rowley, Admiral Sir Charles

Royal Academy of Art

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Russo-Turkish War

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Schlemihl, Peter

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Seddon, Fanny

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Seddon, Thomas

Selkirk, Alexander

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Sortain, Mrs.

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Stevens, Grace

Stewart, Edward (physician)

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Stillman, Bella

Stillman, Effie

Stillman, Euphemia

Stillman, Laura Mack

Stillman, Lisa

Stillman, Maria Spartali

Stillman, Michael

Stillman, Russie

Stillman, William James

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Sutton, Henry Septimus (writer)

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Talfourd, Thomas Noon

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Wetherhed, Dr. Frank

Wheeler, Henrietta Ann (wife of James Collinson)

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Whistler, James McNeill

Whitby, Beatrice (novelist)

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Woodgate, Mr.

Woodring, Carl

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Woodward, George Ratcliffe

Woodward, Mr.

Woodward, Mrs.

Woolner, Thomas

Woolsey, Sarah Chauncey (pseud. Susan Coolidge)

Wordsworth, William

Working Men’s College

World: A Journal for Men and Women

Wright, Joseph H.

Wright, Mrs.

Wynne Jones, Miss

Wyon, Alfred Benjamin

Wyon, Charles

Wyon, Joseph Shepherd

Yates, Edmund

Yeats, William Butler (poet)

Yeo, Dr. Gerald

Yonge, Charlotte Mary (writer)

Yonge, Miss

York Cathedral

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Zambelli, Signor

Zimmern, Helen

Zwecker, Johann Baptist