A Celebration of Women Writers

"Index."
From: New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle (London and New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1893) ed. Alexander Carlyle.

Editor: Mary Mark Ockerbloom

INDEX

[A]  [B]  [C]  [D]  [E]  [F]  [G]  [H]  [I]  [J]  [K]  [L]  [M]  [N]  [O]  [P]  [Q]  [R]  [S]  [T]  [U]  [V]  [W]  [X]  [Y]  [Z] 

[Carlyle, Jane Welsh]   [Carlyle, Thomas]


ADAM BEDE, [ii. 205]
Adamson, Mrs., [ii. 90]
Addiscombe Farm, [i. 184];
lent to the Carlyles, [ii. 82]

Aird, Thomas, [ii. 260]
Airlie, Lord, [ii. 31]
Aitken, Mrs., of Minto, [i. 31]
Aitken, Mrs. (Miss Jean Carlyle);
her marriage, [i. 44];

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 67], [85], [222]; [ii. 147], [200], [226], [253]

her child poem, [ii. 17]

thoughtfulness, [ii. 250]

Aitken, Mr. James, [ii. 227]
Albany Place, Dumfries, [i. 4]
Alderley Park,
Mrs. Carlyle on a visit to, [ii. 31]

her likeness to a picture at, [ii. 59]

Alexandra, Princess (H. M. the Queen), [ii. 286]
Alfred, Prince, [ii. 198]
Alton Locke, [ii. 21]
Amelia, Fielding's, [i. 125]
America,
Cariyle's proposed lecturing tour, [i. 80];

rumours of war with, [ii. 103]

Ames, Mrs., [i. 150], [170]
Anderton, Miss, [ii. 204]
Animal Magnetism, [i. 158]
Ann,
one of the Carlyles' maids, [i. 55], [59]

The Carlyles' servant at Chelsea, [i. 226], [234], [237];

leaves the Carlyles, [i. 250]

one of the Carlyles' servants, [ii. 31], [36];

her "gentility" [ii. 134]

Annan Academy, [i. 10]
Anstruther, Miss, [ii. 247], [272]
Arbuckle, Dr., [i. 48]
Arbuckle, Mrs., [ii. 92]
Armandel Carrel, by John Mill, [ii. 11]
Ashburton, Lady (the first, formerly Lady Baring),
the Carlyles staying with at The Grange, [i. 249];

"Lady A.," [i. 255];

Mrs. Carlyle at Addiscombe, [ii. 11];

a prospective visit to, [ii. 19];

Mrs. Carlyle accepts an invitation, [ii. 33 et seq.];

her Christmas present to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 71];

lends the Carlyles Addiscombe, [ii. 82];

parties at Bath House, [ii. 91], [97], [101];

takes the Cerlyles up to Scotland in her saloon, [ii. 115];

death of, [ii. 135], [172]

Ashburton, Lady (the second), [ii. 222], [247], [272];
her gift of a horse to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 314];

Mrs. Carlyle staying with, at Seaforth, [ii. 319];

an accident at Vevay, [ii. 339]

Ashburton, Lord,
his residences, [i. 184];

after the first Lady Ashburton's death, [ii. 160];

illness of, in Paris, [ii. 275], [279], [291]

Auchtertool Mense, [ii. 1]
Austin, Mrs., [i. 39], [40], [127];
letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 221], [229], [230], [278], [302], [314];

Mrs. CarlyIe visiting [ii. 261], [293], [319]

Austin, Miss Jane,
letter from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 286]

Ayr, Mrs.
Carlyle on a visit to, [i. 80 et seq.]



BAILLIE, JAMES, [i. 182]
Ballantynes of Edinburgh,
CarIyle's notes on, [i. 21]

Bamford, Mr., [i. 206]
Baring, Lady Harriet (afterwards Lady Ashburton), [i. 123], [175], [183];
the true facts of her friendship for the Carlyles, [i. 186 et seq.], [231];

Carlyle on a tour with Mr. Baring and Lady Harriet, [i. 202];

letter to Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 207];

Mrs. Carlyle staying with, at Addiscombe, [i. 233], [245];

Mrs. Carlyle's marmalade-making, [i. 247]

(see under Ashburton, Lady)

Baring, Mr. Francis, [ii. 101]
Baring, Miss (Lord Ashburton'a sister), [ii. 183];
Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 190 et seq.], [247]

Baring, Sir Thomas, his death, [i. 245]
Barlow, Mr., [ii. 93], [101], [104], [106], [235]
Barnes, Miss, [ii. 216]
Barnes, Mr., [ii. 212], [217], [338]
Barnet, Bessy, [ii. 256], [259]
Bath House, [i. 184]
Bay House, Alverstoke, [i. 184]
Benrydden, Mrs. Carlyle's experience of, [i. 263]
Bessy (Barnet), one of the Carlyles' servants, [ii. 75]
Betty (Braid),
a favourite old servant of Dr. Welsh, [i. 151], [219]; [ii. 98];

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 138], [206], [319], [327], [340], [341];

Mrs. Carlyle's affection for, [ii. 258]

Blakiston, Dr., [ii. 75], [289], [290]
Blakiston, Mrs., [ii. 289], [290]
Blumine. See under Sartor Resartus
Blunt, Mr. Reginald, [ii. 277]
"Bobus," Carlyle's horse, [i. 192], [197]
Bölte, Miss,
intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 108], [127], [129], [138], [194], [255]

Borthwick, Mrs., [ii. 203]
Bradfute, Mr., [i. 31], [66]
Braid, George, his death, [ii. 320]
Brandes, the Dane, [ii. 3]
Brereton, Mr., of Speke Hall, [i. 198]
Brodie, Sir B.,
his Psychological Inquiries, [ii. 131]

Broke, Lady, [ii. 103]
Bromley, Miss Davenport, [ii. 247]
Brontë Charlotte, [ii. 4], [5]
Brown, Mr. James,
tutorship at Haddington, [ii. 207]

Brown, Mrs. Samuel, [ii. 149]
Browning, Mrs.,
intercourse with the Carlyles, [ii. 39], [45], [84]

Browning, Robert,
intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 181], [183]; [ii. 39], [45], [84], [108]

Bull Run, battle of, [ii. 242]
Buller; Charles, [i. 47], [115], [185], [246], [248]
Burns,
Mrs. Carlyle visiting the haunts of, [i. 83];

Carlyle's article on, in the Edinburgh, [i. 29]; [ii. 73]

Burnswark, [i. 50]
Byng, Mr., [ii. 258]

CAB-STRIKE in London, [ii. 65]
Cameron, Miss, [ii. 179]
Campbell, Sir Colin,
at the Crimea, [ii. 86];

Mrs. Carlyle's opinion of, [ii. 107], [109];

sent to India, [ii. 160]

Capelle, Marie, [i. 87]
Capenoch, [ii. 258]
Carlyle, Alick,
brother of Thomas Carlyle, [i. 5], [35];

at Craigenputtock, [i. 21];

at Catlinns Farm, [i. 44];

in Canada, [i. 201];

anecdote about, [ii. 295]

Carlyle's House Memorial Trust,
the catalogue of, [i. 112]; [ii. 162]

Carlyle, Jamie (brother of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 91], [174], [236]; [ii. 64]
Carlyle, Mrs. James (Isabella), [ii. 145];
and see under references to Carlyle, Jamie



CARLYLE, JANE WELSH (Mrs. Thomas Carlyle)
Settlement of the Craigenputtock estate, [i. 1];
conveyance of Haddington, [i. 2], [3];

her various homes in girlhood, [i. 4];

visits the Carlyles at Hoddam Hill, [i. 6 et seq.];

letter to Mrs. Carlyle after the visit, [i. 11];

uses her influence for James Johnstone, [i. 13];

letter to Mrs. Carlyle accompanying a cap, [i. 14]

Married, [i. 16];
letters during first months of married life, [i. 17 et seq.];

household duties at Comley Bank, [i. 21];

removal to Craigenputtock, [i. 24];

life at Craigenputtock, [i. 24 et seq.];

visiting her mother at Templand, on a furnishing mission, [i. 28];

early London life, [i. 34];

revisiting Craigenputtock, [i. 40], [41];

transferring household goods to Chelsea, [i. 46];

revisiting Templand, [i. 50 et seq.];

her first railway journey, [i. 52]

touring with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling, [i. 61 et seq.];

her dinner-party for Cavaignac and Rio, [i. 74];

visiting Scotsbrig and Ayr, [i. 80 et seq.];

her ill health, [i. 85];

household duties at Chelsea, [i. 87], [102], [103 et seq.], [156];

negotiating the publication of Heroes, [i. 88 et seq.]

Death of her mother, [i. 97], [101];
the thriftlessness of London poor, [i. 100];

a visit to Ryde, [i. 106], [129];

a birthday present, [i. 107], [110], [115];

a letter from Thackeray, [i. 129];

visiting her uncle in Liverpool, [i. 136], [151];

visiting Mrs. Paulet, [i. 142 et seq.];

a riding adventure, [i. 146];

at a Unitarian soirée, [i. 150];

her impatience of orthodox clericalism, [i. 155];

on Animal Magnetism, [i. 158];

a visit from her nephew, [i. 160];

staying with the Paulets, [i. 162 et seq.];

an expedition to Eastham, [i. 168];

expecting her husband at the Paulets, [i. 171];

back at Chelsea, [i. 173];

a call upon Lady Harriet Baring, [i. 175];

her friendship for Lady Rarriet, [i. 183 et seq.];

staying at Addiscombe, [i. 184];

ill health, and a visit to the Paulets to recruit, [i. 186], [190 et seq.];

a miscarried birthday letter from Carlyle, [i. 193];

low-spirited, [i. 196], [197];

a visit to Speke Hall, [i. 198];

staying with Geraldine Jewsbury, [i. 204];

letter from Lady Harriet Baring, [i. 207];

with her Uncle Robert, [i. 211];

back at Chelsea, [i. 214];

losing her servant Helen, [i. 217];

staying at Bay House, [i. 222];

the domestic question, [i. 226];

a tour in Yorkshire, [i. 227 et seq.];

staying with the Newtons at Barnsley, [i. 229];

the friendly butler at the Chalmers, [i. 232];

staying at Addiscombe, [i. 233];

back at Chelsea, in poor health, [i. 234];

her friendliness towards Mr. John Carlyle, [i. 240];

delicacy during the winter, [i. 243];

her visit to Emerson, [i. 245];

staying at Addiscombe, [i. 245];

marmalade-making at Addiscombe, [i. 247];

staying at the Grange with the Ashburtons, [i. 249];

troubles with her servants, [i. 251];

her screen-making, [i. 253];

her portrait by Hartmann, [i. 256];

portrait by Laurence, [i. 258];

touring in the Midlands with the Neubergs, [i. 259];

staying with Mrs. Newton, [i. 260];

revisiting Haddington, [i. 262 et seq.];

at Benrydden, [i. 263]

Staying with her uncle at Auchtertool Manse, [ii. 1 et seq.];
a collier wedding, [ii. 2];

London life again, [ii. 4 et seq.];

her little dog Nero, [ii. 6], [10], [16], [42], [61], [67], [81], [189], [220], [222], [223];

staying at Addiscombe, [ii. 11];

mathematical attainments, [ii. 12];

house-cleaning again, [ii. 18];

an efficient physician, [ii. 21];

less optimistic than Carlyle, [ii. 23];

an accident to herself, [ii. 24];

a "distinguished" dinner-party, [ii. 26];

staying in Manchester, [ii. 28], [30];

visiting the Stanleys at Alderley Park, [ii. 31];

befriending Italian exiles, [ii. 33];

an invitation to Lady Ashburton's, [ii. 33];

busied with house alterations, [ii. 36 et seq.], [67 et seq.];

an intermittent visit to Addiscombe, [ii. 44];

her views on marriage, [ii. 45], [101];

Mrs. Carlyle's "Love-Story" [ii. 47-57];
the Irving episode in her girlhood, [ii. 48];

her story of the discomfited young preacher, [ii. 57]

A walk through London snow at night, [ii. 58];
photographed by Col. Sterling, [ii. 59];

her likeness to a picture at Lord Stanley's, [ii. 59];

visiting her uncle at Liverpool, [ii. 61];

visiting Dr. Carlyle and wife, [ii. 63];

a Unitarian sermon, [ii. 66];

last illness of her mother-in-law, [ii. 70 et seq.];

a Christmas alone at Chelsea, [ii. 71];

death of her mother-in-law, [ii. 74];

renews acquaintance with Mrs. Montagu, [ii. 75 et seq.];

staying with the Neubergs at Willesden, [ii. 79 et seq.];

living between Addiscombe and Chelsea, [ii. 82];

doctoring berself, [ii. 85];

the Crimean War, [ii. 86]

Extracts from Mrs. Carlyle's Journal, [ii. 87 et seq.];
illness and despondency, [ii. 88];

witnessing a confirmation, [ii. 89];

the Crimean Inquiry, [ii 90], [92];

parties at Bath House, [ii. 91], [97], [101];

renews acquaintance with George Rennie, [ii. 93 et seq.];

social amusements, [ii. 95 et seq.];

at The Messiah, [ii. 99];

an expedition to The Spaniards, [ii. 107];

at her dentist's, [ii. 108]

Selection of passages from Mrs. Carlyle's Note-book, [ii. 109-115]
Travels up to Scotland in Lady Ashburton's saloon, [ii. 116];
in Scotland, [ii. 117 et seq.];

her canaries, [ii. 119], [128];

taking morphia, [ii. 124], [132]

a serious illness, [ii. 125 et seq.];

a panic at night, [ii. 129];

staying at Addiscombe after Lady Ashburton's death, [ii. 138];

recruiting at Sunny Bank, [ii. 140 et seq.];

at Crtigenvilla, [ii. 143], [149];

at Auchtertool, [ii. 144];

amongst early friends, [ii. 150];

her likeness to her mother, [ii. 150];

at Sunny Bank again, [ii. 152 et seq.];

reading the proofs of Frederick the Great, [ii. 155], [157];

a wasp-sting vividly described, [ii. 156];

Mr. Tait painting the interior of Cheyne Row, [ii. 166];

servant troubles, [ii. 169], [176], [233], [236], [276];

memories of Halloween, [ii. 170];

Mrs. Hawkes' portrait of, [ii. 175];

the health of her family, [ii. 181];

ill health, [ii. 182], [210];

not to be imposed upon, [ii. 184];

visiting Miss Baring at Alverstoke, [ii. 190];

visiting at Lann Hall (Mrs. Pringle's), [ii. 195 et seq.];

a patient in Dr. Russell's hands, [ii. 199];

her portrait of "Nipp," [ii. 204];

visiting Sunny Bank, [ii. 213];

a "Lady of the White Falcon," [ii. 220];

death of her little dog Nero, [ii. 223];

a misunderstanding as to Carlyle's travels, [ii. 229];

letter from Sir George Sinclair, [ii. 231];

with two servants, [ii. 237];

Dr. Russell's double, [ii. 240];

a visit to Ramsgate, [ii. 241];

staying at Folkestone, [ii. 247];

staying at Holm Hill, [ii. 249 et seq.];

staying at the Gill, [ii. 259];

at Holm Hill, [ii. 263 et seq.];

her morphia habit, [ii. 265];

a return home, [ii. 266];

some photographs of, [ii. 268];

a description of a visit to The Grange, [ii. 272];

the domestic question, and Mrs. Carlyle's treatment of it, [ii. 276 et seq.];

meeting a fellow-countryman in a shop, [ii. 285];

staying at St. Leonard's, [ii. 288]

Meets with street accident, [ii. 292];
recruiting, [ii. 292 et seq.];

her return home, [ii. 302];

her box of presents from Goethe, [ii. 309];

at her dressmaker's (Mademe Elise), [ii. 311];

Lady Ashburton's gift of a horse, [ii. 314];

a hamper from Mrs. Russell, [ii. 317];

staying with Lady Ashburton at Seaforth Lodge, [ii. 319];

losing the use of her right hand, [ii. 324 et seq.];

staying at The Elms, Tooting, [ii. 324];

staying with Mrs. Russell, [ii. 326];

at Folkestone, [ii. 335];

a New Year's letter, [ii. 341]

Carlyle, Jean (sister of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 5];
her education, [i. 12];

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 20], [30], [31], [33], [44];

on a visit to the Carlyles, [i. 32];

her marriage, [i. 44].

(Hereafter see under Aitken, Mrs.)

Carlyle, Jenny (sister of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 5];
her marriage, [i. 50].

(Hearafter see under Hanning, Mrs.)

Carlyle, Dr. John (brother of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 5];
at the wedding of the Carlyles, [i. 16];

visiting at Comley Bank, [i. 18];

a surprise visit to Craigenputtock, [i. 31];

welcomes Mrs. Carlyle to London, [i. 36];

travelling physician to Lady Clare, [i. 38];

letter from Mrs. Carlyle just settled at Chelsea, [i. 49];

his uncertainty, [i. 102], [113], [133], [174];

his intercourse with Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 177];

Froude's prejudice against, [i. 240];

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, revisiting Haddington, [i. 262 et seq.];

more letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 1], [4], [6], [8], [15], [32], [36], [45], [46], [60], [67], [74];

his translation of Dante, [ii. 2], [8];

a dream about, [ii. 8];

his engagement, [ii. 45 et seq.];

married, [ii. 60];

Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 63];

death of his wife, [ii. 78]

Carlyle, Margaret (sister of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 8];
Carlyle's notes on, [i. 9];

her last visit to Craigenputtock, [i. 31]

Carlyle, Mary (sister of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 8];
at Craigenputtock, [i. 21]

Carlyle, Mr. (father of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 7], [8];
his kindness of heart, [ii. 22];

Carlyle, Mrs. (mother of Thomas Carlyle), [i. 6];
Jane Welsh's visit to, [i. 8];

letter after visit, [i. 11];

receives a letter with a cap, [i. 14];

letters from Jane Welsh Carlyle, [i. 17 et seq.], [39], [71], [184], [236];

letter from Mrs. Welsh, [i. 90];

Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 64];

her last illness, [ii. 70 et seq.];

her death, [ii. 74]



CARLYLE, THOMAS
Settlement of Craigenputtock estate, [i. 1];

notes on Hoddam Hill and district, [i. 3-5];

on Jane Welsh's visit there, [i. 5], [6];

reading for the 'German Romance," [i. 5];

his Sister Margaret, [i. 9];

on "Dr. Waugh," [i. 9], [10];

on printing his 'German Romance" at Ballantynes', [i. 12];

on James Johnstone, [i. 13];

married, [i. 16];

at work on the "Didactic Novel" (Wotten Reinfred), [i. 17], [18];

visits his brother and sister at Carigenputtock, [i. 21];

notes on "Jean Carruthers," [i. 22];

early married life at Craigenputtock, [i. 24 et seq.];

his article on Burns for the Edinburgh, [i. 29]; [ii. 73];

his sister Margaret's last visit, [i. 31];

his horses, [i. 33];

notes on their early London life, [i. 34 et seq.], [46];

at work on The French Revolution, [i. 50];

lecturing, [i. 68], [79];

his portraits by Laurence, [i. 69];

reading for Cromwell, [i. 80];

the MS. of his Heroes, [i. 88];

Froude's groundless charge of selfishness, [i. 103];

staying with Mrs. Strachey at Bristol, [i. 106], [108];

his double, [i. 109];

visiting Charles Redwood in Wales, [i. 110];

the original of his character Blumine, [i. 115];

visiting Bishop Thirlwall, [i. 118];

his article on Francia, [i. 121];

at work on Cromwell, [i. 135], [159];

his letter to the Times on the letter-opening question, [i. 151];

at work alone at Chelsea, [i. 167 et seq.];

finishing Cromwell, [i. 171];

in Scotland, [i. 173 et seq.];

preparing second edition of Cromwell, [i. 184], [185];

friendship for Lady Harriet Baring, [i. 184], [185], [232];

a miscarried birthday letter, [i. 193];

encouraging his wife in her despondency, [i. 197];

on a tour with Mr. and Lady Harriet Baring, [i. 202];

in Scotland, [i. 202 et seq.];

Mrs. Carlyle's ill health, [i. 223];

a tour in Yorkshire, [i. 227];

a Times paragraph from Lady Harriet Baring, [i. 233];

in Scotland, [i. 234];

staying at Alverstoke, [i. 239];

the "Squire Papers," [i. 241];

a visit to Ireland, [i. 254];

Mrs. Carlyle's dog "Nero," [ii. 7];

his article on the planting of trees, [ii. 8];

the effect of "Latter Day Pamphlets" on his friends, [ii. 14];

a prospective visit to The Grange, [ii. 19];

a touch of rheumatism, [ii. 21];

his father's kindly character, [ii. 22];

his use of expletives misunderstood, [ii. 23];

at a "distinguished dinner-party," [ii. 26];

a visit to Paris, [ii. 32];

Italian exile friends, [ii. 33];

his Life of John Sterling, [ii. 35], [36];

the building of his new study, [ii. 36 et seq.], [67 et seq.];

prospective visit to Germany, [ii. 42 et seq.];

his views on the nature of "love," [ii. 47];

last illness of his mother, [ii. 70 et seq.];

death of his mother, [ii. 74];

on a visit to Edward FitzGerald, [ii. 79];

Addiscombe loaned to, [ii. 82];

his notes on Mrs. Carlyle's "Journals," [ii. 87 et seq.];

reserved towards new acquaintances, [ii. 103];

travels up to Scotland in Lady Ashburton's saloon, [ii. 115];

in Scotland, [ii. 117 et seq.];

his horse Fritz, [ii. 128];

getting up in the night to smoke, [ii. 129];

his secretary, [ii. 131], [143];

at work on Frederick the Great, [ii. 133], [136];

fond of "fresh air," [ii. 160];

philosophical view of money losses in America, [ii. 171];

in Scotland, [ii. 181];

proposing a yachting cruise up the Mediterranean, [ii. 187], [194], [195];

in Germany, [ii. 195], [198];

his wife's ill health, [ii. 211];

his opinion of Miss Jewsbury, [ii. 217];

at Scotsbrig, [ii. 218];

made a Knight of the White Falcon, [ii. 220];

death of Mrs. Carlyle's "Nero," [ii. 223];

staying with Sir George Sinclair, [ii. 229];

a misunderstanding as to his travels, [ii. 229];

a Mr. Rogerson, a disciple of, [ii. 257];

Mrs. Carlyle sending photos to, [ii. 265];

autographs for Mrs. Russell, [ii. 268];

a photograph of, [ii. 268];

photographed at The Grange, [ii. 272];

his kindness to the domestics at Cheyne Row, [ii. 276];

sells Fritz, [ii. 286];

his staple food, [ii. 288];

Mrs. Carlyle's bad accident, [ii. 292 et seq.];

Margaret Hiddlestone's admiration for, [ii. 296];

a note on the return of his wife after her long recruiting, [ii. 302];

unpacking a hamper from Mrs. Russell, [ii. 317];

in Scotland, [ii. 320];

at Edinburgh, [ii. 333];

going to Edinburgh to deliver an address, [ii. 343]

Carrick the artist, [ii: 5]
Carruthers, Mrs. (Jean), [i. 22]
Cavaignac, Godfroi,
his looks, [i. 66];

meets Rio at the Carlyles', [i. 74];

some minor references to, [i. 112]

Cavan, Grace, [i. 45]
Cecil, [i. 176]
Chalmers, the Carlyles' neighbours, [i. 232]
Chapman, publisher, [ii. 35], [73]
Charlotte, one of the Carlyles' servants, [ii. 189]
Chatsworth, [i. 259]
Chelsea. See Cheyne Row
Chester, [i. 141]
Cheyne Row, No. 24 (formerly No. 5),
the Carlyles investigating, [i. 48];

building Carlyle's roof-study, [ii. 36 et seq.], [67 et seq.];

Mr. Tait painting the interior, [ii. 166], [175], [178], [203]

Child of Hale, [i. 136]
Chorley, Mr. John, [ii. 68]
Chrichton, Mrs., [i. 59]
Clare, Lady, [i. 38]
Collier wedding, [ii. 2]
Colquhoun, Mrs., of Edinburgh, [i. 81]
Comley Bank, Edinburgh, [i. 4];
the Carlyles' first home, [i. 16], [17], [24]

Conversations with Carlyle, by Sir C. G. Duffy, [ii. 8]
Cooke, Mr. George, [ii. 103], [216], [303]
Cooke, Mrs., [ii. 240]
Coolidge, Mrs., [i. 77]
Cowan, Mr., [i. 108]
Craigenputtock,
settlement of the estate, [i. 1];

the Carlyles' occupation of, [i. 24 et seq.];

furnishing of, [i. 29];

abandoned for London, [i. 34];

Mrs. Carlyle revisiting, [i. 41]

Craik, Miss,
Carlyle staying with, at Edinburgh, [ii. 333]

Creek, [i. 78]
Cressfield, [ii. 188]
Crimean Inquiry Committee, [ii. 90], [92]
Crimean War, [ii. 83], [86]
Cromwell,
Carlyle at work on, [i. 80], [135], [137], [159];

preparing a second edition, [i. 184], [185];

a new letter for, [i. 256]

Cromwell's writing-desk, [i. 166]
"Crowdy," [ii. 186]
Cunningham, Col., [ii. 312]
Cunningham, Mrs. Allan, death of, [ii. 300]

DANIEL, MRS., [i. 116], [127]
Darbyshire, Mrs., [i. 144]
Darley, George, [ii. 13]
Darwin,
his intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 70], [119], [181], [182], [239]; [ii. 103];

his opinion of Bianco White's Memoirs, [i. 176]

Davidson, Major,
letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 119], [204];

near Craigenvilla, [ii. 149]

Davidson, Mrs. David, [ii. 164]
Deerbrook, by Harriet Martineau, [i. 75]
Delane, Mr., editor of Times, [ii. 115]
Denis Duval, [ii. 245]
Derbyshire, the Carlyles on a tour in, [i. 227], [259]
Dermot, Mrs., [ii. 100]
Dickens' Haunted Man, [i. 250]
Dickens' and Forster's theatricals, [i. 170], [176]
Dilberoglue, Mr., [i. 210], [217];
gives Mrs. Carlyle the little dog "Nero," [ii. 6]

Dingle-doosie, definition of, [ii. 89]
Disraeli, a story about, [ii. 113]
Dixon, Frank, and Mrs. Carruthers, [i. 22]
Dixon, R., [i. 7]
Dobbie, Mr., [i. 96]; [ii. 130];
his death, [ii. 133]

Donaldson, Miss, [ii. 154];
death of, [ii. 202]

Donaldson, Miss Jess, [ii. 225]
Donaldson, Mr. Alexander, [i. 2], [262]
Drumlanrig, [i. 140]; [ii. 84]
Duffy, Sir C. G., [ii. 8]
Dumfries, Mrs. Carlyle's home at, [i. 4]
Dumfries Courier, Macdiarmid of, [i. 113]
Dunbar, Mrs., [ii. 203]
Dunlop, the Misses, [ii. 149]

EARLY LETTERS (Mrs. Carlyle's), [i. 27]
Eastham, Mrs. Carlyle's expedition to, [i. 168]
Eaton Hall, [i. 140]
Ecclefechan, [i. 4]
Edinburgh,
the Carlyles at Comley Bank, [i. 4], [16], [17], [24];

at Stockbridge, [i. 81]

Edinburgh Review,
Carlyle's article on Burns for, [i. 29]

Election, by John Sterling, [i. 94]
Eliot, George, her Adam Bede, [ii. 205]
Elise, Madame, [ii. 311]
Elizabeth, a servant of the Carlyles, [i. 256]; [ii. 10], [22]
Emerson, Mrs. Carlyle's call upon, [i. 244], [245]
Empson, Mrs., [i. 38]
Erskine, Thomas, of Linlathen, [ii. 89], [98], [139], [320], [340]
Espinasse, Mr., [i. 117];
a letter to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 9];

renounces his allegiance, [ii. 28]

Ewart, Mrs., Mrs. Carlyle staying with, [ii. 326]

FAIRIE, MR., [ii. 128]
Farrar, Mrs., [ii. 108]
Fergus, Miss Jessie, [ii. 118]
Fielding's Amelia, [i. 125]
Fireworks at Bath House, [ii. 101], [102]
First Forty Years (of Carlyle's Life), by James Froude, [i. 24]
FitzGerald, Edward, Carlyle visiting, [ii. 79]
Folkestone,
staying with the Ashburtons at, [ii. 247]

Foreign Quarterly Review,
Carlyle's article on Francia in, [i. 121]

Forster, Mr. John,
letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 86], [92], [235], [238], [244], [253];

his intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 121], [258]; [ii. 44], [83], [297];

Dickens' and his theatricals, [i. 170], [176];

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 5], [14], [25], [73], [78], [246]

Forster, Mrs. John,
Mrs. Carlyle staying with, [ii. 292]

Forster, Mr. W. E., [i. 105], [111];
with the Carlyles in Derbyshire, [i. 228];

in Yorkshire, [i. 260], [261]

Francia,
Carlyle's article in the Foreign Quarterly Rewiew, [i. 121]

Fraser, his offer for the MS. of Heroes, [i. 88]
Frederiok the Great,
Carlyle at work on, [ii. 133], [136], [155], [157];

the frontispiece, [ii. 187], [206];

publishing, [ii. 198], [201]

French Revolution,
Carlyle at work on, [i. 50];

disposal of the MS., [i. 77]

Fritz, Carlyle's horse, [ii. 128], [286]
Froude, James,
his croakings concerning Mrs. Carlyle's household duties, [i. 22 et seq.];

his misconception of the life at Craigenputtock, [i. 24 et seq.], [40];

his First Forty Years of Carlyle's Life, and Life in London, [i. 24];

Carlyle's horse Larry, [i. 33];

some minor instances of his misinterpretations, [i. 78], [109], [171], [191], [202], [226], [267];

his suggestions for a "triple alliance," [i. 85];

his charge against Carlyle of "selfishness," [i. 103];

his misrepresentations concerning the Carlyles' friendship for Lady Harriet Baring (Lady Ashburton), [i. 184], [186], [232]; [ii. 33 et seq.],[116];

his prejudice against Dr. John Carlyle, [i. 240];

some more minor instances of misrepresentation, [ii. 3], [103], [207];

his misunderstanding of Carlyle's views on love, [ii. 47];

his use of Mrs. Carlyle's "Journals," [ii. 87];

his reliance on Miss Jewsbury's authority, [ii. 127], [217];

his exaggeration of her spiritlessness in recovering from her accident, [ii. 293]

Froude and Carlyle, by David Wilson, [i. 27]

GAMBARDELLA, [i. 138 et seq.], [175]
Gaskell, Mrs., [ii. 29], [102]
"German Romance," the,
Carlyle reading for, [i. 5];

in the press, [i. 12]

Germany, Carlyle's visit to, [ii. 42 et seq].
Gibson, Mr., of Ayr, [i. 80], [81], [83]
Gladstones, the, of Capenoch, [ii. 258]
Goderich, Lord, [ii. 107]
Goethe,
Carlyle reading Helena, [i. 21];

a letter from, [i. 31];

his box of presents to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 309]

"Goody," Carlyle's name for his wife, [i. 28], [50], [142]
Grace (M'Donald), one of the Carlyles' servants, [i. 117]
Graham, Mrs. T., [ii. 149], [302], [343]
Graham, Mr. W., [i. 137]
Grange, the, Alresford, [i. 184]
Grange, The, Annandale, [i. 7]
Grove, Mrs., [ii. 107]
Gully, Dr., the Carlyles visiting, [ii. 28]
Guthrie, Dr., [ii. 118], [122]

HADDINGTON,
ownership conveyed to Mrs. Welsh, [i. 2], [3];

James Johnstone appointed to the Parish School, [i. 13], [15];

Mrs. Carlyle revisiting, [i. 262]

Haddon Hall, [i. 259]
Hale, the child of, [i. 136]
Half-Sisters, by Geraldine Jewsbury, [i. 244]
Halloween, [ii. 170]
Hamilton, Dr., Mrs. Carlyle under, [i. 26]
Hanning, Mrs. (Miss Jenny Carlyle), [i. 52]
Hanning, Robert, [i. 50]
Harry, Carlyle's horse, [i. 33]
Hartmann, his portrait of Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 256]
Hare, Archdeacon, his Life of John Sterling, [i. 242]
Haunted Man, by Dickens, [i. 250]
Hawkes, Mrs., [ii. 80], [175], [182]
Helen (Mitchell),
one of the Carlyles' maids, [i. 59], [73], [85];

bad habits of, [i. 87];

reformation, [i. 102];

some incidents concerning, [i. 121], [125], [130], [158];

leaving the Carlyles, [i. 217], [224];

in Ireland, [i. 237];

returns to Chelsea, [i. 250];

bad habits again, [i. 251]; [ii. 9], [16]

some sayings of, [ii. 111], [112]

Helena, by Goethe, Carlyle reading, [i. 21]
Helps, Sir Arthur, [i. 113], [119], [174]
Hiddlestone. See under Margaret and Jessie
Hill, Lady Alice, [ii. 134]
Hoddam Hill, [i. 4 et seq].
Hooper, Mrs., [ii. 90]
Houghton, Lord,
welcoming Mrs. Carlyle home, [ii. 303].

See also under Milnes, Richard Monckton

Howden, Miss Agnes, letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 162], [168]
Howden, Dr., [i. 1]
Howden, Mr. Thomas, Jr.; [i. 266]
Hunt, Leigh, [i. 34], [35]
Hunter, Mrs., [ii. 257]
Huxley, Prof., [ii. 252]

INDIAN MUTINY, [ii. 160]
Irving, Edward,
in London on the Carlyles' arrival, [i. 36]

his tutorship to Jane Welsh, [ii. 48], [207]

Irving, George,
the Carlyles at his lodgings in London, [i. 36]



JAMESON, MRS.,
letter from Mrs. Carlyle concerning the MS. of Carlyle's Heroes, [i. 88 et seq].

letter from Mrs. Carlyle on a tour in Yorkshire, [i. 227]

Jane, one of the Carlyles' maids, [i. 59]
Jeffrey, Mrs. and Miss, [i. 38]
Jeffrey, Francis (Lord Advocate), [i. 38], [45], [47], [57], [188], [254]
Jelf, Richard W., [ii. 74]
Jeptha's Daughter, [ii. 99]
Jessie (Hiddlestone),
one of Mrs. Carlyle's servants, [i. 97], [157]

her testimony of Carlyle's kindness, [ii. 276]

Mrs. Carlyle's housemaid, [ii. 330], [339]

Jewsbury, Miss Geraldine, [i. 123]
some instances of her jealousy, [i. 142], [145], [151], [163], [170]

improvement, [i. 195]

Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [i. 204 et seq.]; [ii. 30]

takes offence, [i. 227]

a new book by, [i. 238], [242]

her Zoe, [i. 242]

her Half-Sisters, [i. 244]

a serial in the Manchester Examiner, [ii. 9]

her sister-in-law, [ii. 62]

at The Messiah, [ii. 99]

an intrigue, [ii. 105]

her letter-writing propensity, [ii. 126]

vivid imagination, [ii. 127]

untactful letters, [ii. 150]

weakness for the grande passion, [ii. 172]

"a flimsy tatter of a creature," [ii. 217]

fussiness, [ii. 233]

Johnson, Dr., Carlyle's article on, [i. 38]
Johnston, Mr. and Mrs., of Annandale, [i. 7]
Johnstone, James, [i. 13], [15]
Journal, Mrs. Carlyle's, [ii. 87 et seq].

KELHEAD, KILNS, [i. 3]
Kelty, Miss, [ii. 104]
Kensington Palace, a visit to, [ii. 107]
Kingsley, Charles,
his Alton Locke, [ii. 21]

preaching at Chelsea, [ii. 95]

Kinloch Luichart, [ii. 118], [120]
Kirkpatrick, Miss Kittie, [i. 115]
(See hereafter under Phillips, Mrs. James)

Knight, the publisher, [ii. 4]
Krasinski, [i. 109], [128]

LABLACHE, M., a story about, [ii. 113]
Lamb, Charles, [i. 34]
Lambert, Mr., a neighbour of the Carlyles, [i. 112], [113]
Landon, Letitia E., [ii. 33]
Lann Hall, [ii. 86]
Larry, Carlyle's horse, [i. 21], [33]
Latrade, dining with the Carlyles, [i. 74]
Latter-Day Pamphlets, [ii. 14], [20]
Launcelot of the Lake, by J. Riethmüller, [i. 113]
Laurence
portraits of Carlyle, [i. 69]

his portrait of Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 258]

Lea, Mr., [i. 267]
Lectures, Carlyle's, [i. 68], [79];
proposes an American tour, [i. 80]

Legitimate drama, [i. 131]
Letters of Thomas Carlyle, [i. 27]
Lewald, Miss Fanny, [ii. 21]
Liddle, Mr., [i. 140]
Life in London, by James Froude, [i. 24]
Life of John Sterling, by Archdeacon Hare, [i. 242]
by Thomas Carlyle, [ii. 35], [36]

London,
the Carlyles' early life in, [i. 34]

at Ampton St., [i. 35]

(See also under Cheyne Row)

London Library, scheme for, [i. 80]
Lonsdale, Dr., [ii. 197]
Lothian, Lord, [ii. 292], [344]
Love Story, Mrs. Carlyle's, [ii. 47-57]
Lucan, Lord, [ii. 90]
Lumsden, Mr. George A., [ii. 162]
Lushington, Miss, [ii. 104]
Lyon, Mr., [ii. 122]

MACDIARMID, Of the Dumfries Courier, [i. 113]
Macleay, [i. 258]
Macmillan, Mrs., [ii. 324]
Macready, Mrs.,
dining with the Carlyles, [i. 75];

illness of, [ii. 39], [40], [45]

Macready,
in Richelieu, Count d'Orsay's remark on, [i. 77]

an invitation from, [ii. 194]

Mainhill, [i. 5]
Manderstone, Miss Marion, [ii. 209]
Manning murder, the, [ii. 6]
Mantell, Mr., [ii. 217]
Margaret (Hiddlestone),
Mrs. Welsh's servant, [i. 97];

remembrances from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 99], [103], [114], [133], [156], [162], [222], [242], [250], [251]; [ii. 26]

her admiration for Carlyle, [ii. 295]

Marriage,
Mrs. Carlyle's views on, [ii. 45], [101]

Marsh, Mrs., [i. 119]
Martha, one of the Carlyles' servants, [ii. 39], [41]
Martin, Miss Sophy, [i. 225]
her marriage, [i. 244]

Martin, Mrs., [i. 137]
Martineau, Dr. James,
Mrs. Carlyle's acquaint&nce with, [i. 150], [155]

a sermon by, [i. 213]

Martineau, Harriet,
Mrs. Carlyle's opinion of her Deerbrook, [i. 75]

the Carlyles' visit to Tynemouth, [i. 94]

her disposition of the donation made to her, [i. 119], [120]

on Animal Magnetism, [i. 158]

troubled by lion-hunters, [i. 216]

fractiousness, [ii. 4]

exaggeration, [ii. 159]

Mary (Mills),
Mrs. Welsh's servant, [i. 97]

remembrances from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 99], [103], [114], [133], [156], [162], [222], [242], [250]; [ii. 12], [26], [58], [64]

death of, [ii. 77]

Masson, Prof., [i. 124]
Mazzini,
his intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 123], [129], [151], [240]; [ii. 9], [14], [33], [39]

agitating, [ii. 68]

M'Corkindale of Ballantynes, [i. 12]
Memoirs, Bianco White's, [i. 176]
Memoirs of Lady Blessington, [ii. 79]
Menteith, William, [i. 60]
Mercer, Mrs., her article on Blumine the Westminster Review, [i. 115]
Messiah, The, [ii. 98], [99]
Mildmay, Mrs., [ii. 191]
Miles, Miss Eliza, letter from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 41]
Mill, John, [i. 50], [60], [183]
his Armandel Carrel, [ii. 11]

Mills. See Mary(Mills)
Milnes, Richard Monckton (Lord Houghton), [i. 175], [184].
See also Roughton, Lord

Minto, Lord, [ii. 104]
Montagu, Mrs. Basil,
early friends of the Carlyles in London, [i. 36], [38], [56]

Mrs. Carlyle's renewal of acquaintance with, [ii. 75], [108]

Morrah, Dr., [ii. 133], [153]
M'Turk, Mr. Robert, [ii. 220], [225]

NANCY, one of the Carlyles' maids, [i. 38], [45]
Napier, Sir Charles, an anecdote concerning, [ii. 98]
Nation, The, Carlyle's article on Trees in, [ii. 8]
"Nero,"
Mrs. Carlyle's little dog, [ii. 6], [10], [16], [42], [61], [67], [81], [189], [220], [222]

his death, [ii. 223]

Neuberg, Mr.,
[i. 258], [259], [281]; [ii. 7]

companionship with Carlyle, [ii. 42 et seq.], [92]

Mrs. Carlyle staying with, at Willesden, [ii. 79 et seq].

Newby Cottage, the Carlyles' visit at, [i. 91], [93]
Newton, Mrs.,
Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [i. 230], [260]

back from the East, [ii. 107]

Nineteenth Century, Mr. Strachey's article in, [i. 115]
Northampton, late Marchioness of, See under Baring, Hon. Mary
Note Book, Mrs. Carlyle's, [ii. 109-115]

OLIPHANT, MRS., [ii. 322]
d'Orsay, Count, calling on the Carlyles, [i. 76]
Oxford, Bishop of, [ii. 272]

PALMER'S trial, [ii. 100 et seq.], [103]
Past and Present,
publication of, [i. 103], [104]

John Ruffini's opinion of, [i. 123]

an incident, [i. 125], [128]

Paterson, Mrs., [ii. 149]
Paulet, Mr., [i. 142], [190]
Paulet, Mrs.,
Mrs. Carlyle on a visit to, [i. 142 et seq.], [162], [186], [190]

her kindness, [i. 173]

lack of tact, [i. 192]

staying at the Newtons, [i. 261]

Pearson, the Carlyles' carpenter, [i. 112], [122]
"Peesweep," [ii. 143]
Penfillan, the Welshs' home at, [i. 4]
Pepoli, Elizabeth, Countess (née Fergus),
[i. 77], [107], [113], [174], [181]; [ii. 93], [102], [105]

death of, [ii. 243]

Pepsine, the discovery of, [ii. 163 et seq].
Perforations of Latter-Day Pamphlets, [ii. 20]
Perry, the Carlyles' carpenter, [i. ll3]
Pesne, Antoine, his "Little Drummer," [ii. 187]
Phillips, Mrs. James (Miss Kittie Kirkpatrick), [i. 115]
Plattnauer, Mr., [i. 227], [248]; [ii. 68], [91]
Portal, Lady Charlotte, [ii. 107]
Pringle, Mrs., [ii. 86]
a proposed visit to, [ii. 188], [192]

Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 195 et seq].

engaged to Mr. Potts, [ii. 216]

Prior, Mrs., [i. 126]
Procter, Mrs., [ii. 4]
Psychological Inquiries, by Sir B. Brodie, [ii. 131]

QUADRI, S., [ii. 33]
Quain, Dr., [ii. 292], [308], [319], [338]

RAMSGATE, a visit to, [ii. 241]
Rewlins, Mr., [i. 214]
Rawlinson, Mr.,
Mrs. Carlyle's opinion of, [ii. 24]

Redwood, Mr. Charles, [i. 104], [110 et seq].
Reichenbach, Count, [ii. 68]
Reid, Dr., [i. 29]
Reminiscences, the use of Mrs. Carlyle's Journals in, [ii. 87]
Rennie, Mr. George,
Mrs. Carlyle renews acquaintance with, [ii. 93 et seq].

intercourse with the Carlyles, [ii. 103], [106], [209]

Rhoid, Mr., [i. 182]
Richardson, Mr., [i. 200]; [ii. 104]
Richardson, Miss, [ii. 260]
Richelieu,
Count d'Orsay's criticism of Macready in, [i. 77]

Richmond, Duke of, his daughter, [ii. 86]
Riethmüller, J., his Launcelot of the Lake, [i. 113]
Rio, [i. 73 et seq.], [78]
Robertson, John, [i. 124], [216]
Rogerson, Mr., [ii. 257]
Roupelle, Mr., [i. 179]
Ross, Mr. Hugh, [i. 117]
Rowsley, Mrs. Carlyle at, [i. 259]
Ruffini, John, [i. 123]
Ruskin, John,
separation from his wife, [ii. 76;]

intercourse with the Carlyles, [ii. 97], [335]

Russell, Lady William, [ii. 312]
Russell, Mrs., of Thornhill, [i. 96];
letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 97], [99], [114], [132], [156], [158], [217], [223], [242], [249], [251]; [ii. 12], [24], [26], [35], [58], [63], [69], [77], [84], [85], [115], [121], [123-138], [157], [165], [171], [174], [192], [201], [210], [220], [223], [228], [236], [243], [266], [279], [289], [304], [311], [316], [337]

Mrs. Carlyle on visits to, [ii. 198], [249], [263], [293 et seq.], [326]

her new house, Holm Hill, [ii. 254]

a present from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 267], [270]

autographs for, [ii. 268]

a hamper to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 317]

Ryde, Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [i. 106], [129]
Ryerson, Mr., death of, [i. 77]

SAFFI, S., [ii. 33]
Sandwich, Lady, [ii. 138]
Sartor Resartus, [i. 18]
the rejection of, [i. 38]

a new edition of, [i. 88]

the original character of Blumine, [i. 115]

Helen Mitchell's appreciation, [i. 125]

Saunders and Otley, their offer for the MS. of Heroes, [i. 88]

Scholey,
the name of Mrs. Carlyle's "hero" in her "Love Story," [ii. 48 et seq].

Scotsbrig, [i. 21]
the Carlyles visiting, [i. 80]

Scott, Rev. Alexander, [i. 181]
Seaforth House, [i. 142]
Seaton, Mr. James, [ii. 150]
Sebastopol, the fall of, [ii. 83]
"Shandy," Mrs. Carlyle's little dog, [ii. 94]
Shawbrae, [i. 14], [16]
Shirly, by Charlotte Brontë, [ii. 4], [5]
"Shuping Sing," [i. 188]
Shuttleworths, Kay, the, [i. 126]
Sinclair, Sir George, [ii. 209], [227], [229]
a letter to Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 231]

Singleton, Archdeacon, [i. 65]
Sketchley, Mrs., [ii. 45]
Skirving, Mrs., [ii. 170]
Smith, Stores, [ii. 29]
Somerville, Mrs., [ii. 205]
Spaniards, The, an expedition to, [ii. 107]
Speddings, the, [i. 179], [211]; [ii. 95]
Speke Hall, [i. 136]
a visit to, [i. 198]

"Squire Papers," the, [i. 241]
Stanley, Lady, [ii. 31], [96]
Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 229], [230]

Stanley, Lord,
Mrs. Carlyle visiting, [ii. 31]

her likeness to a picture at Alderley Park, [ii. 59]

Stanley, Hon. Mary, [ii. 104]
Sterling, Col. Anthony, [i. 239]
the Carlyles staying with, [i. 251]

his printing-press, [ii. 6]

his yachts, [ii. 32]

his photographing craze, [ii. 59]

at the Crimea, [ii. 86]

interruption of friendship, [ii. 101], [106]

Sterling, Miss Kate, [ii. 95], [98], [100]
Sterling, Mr. and Mrs.,
Mrs. Carlyle touring with, [i. 61]

Sterling, Mr. John, Sr.,
Mrs. Carlyle's intercourse with, [i. 107], [122]

his illness, [i. 173], [175], [177], [182], [215]

Hare's Life of, [i. 242]

Carlyle's Life of, [ii. 35], [36]

Sterling, Mr. John, Jr., [i. 60]
letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 70], [128]

his MS. the Election, [i. 94]

intercourse with the Carlyles, [i. 126]

Stodard, Mr. John, [ii. 150]
Stodart, Miss, [i. 31], [32]
Storey, Mr., [ii. 272]
Strachey, Mr.,
his article on Blumine, in the Nineteenth Century, [i. 115]

Strachey, Mrs., of Bristol,
Carlyle visiting, [i. 106], [108]

a cousin of Kitty Kirkpatrick's, [i. 115]

Symington, Mrs., [ii. 227]

TAGLIONI, [i. 161]
Talfours the, intercourse with the Carlyles, [ii. 44]
Tait, of Edinburgh, and the "German Romance," [i. 5]
Tait, Mr. R.,
the artist, [ii. 145], [147], [166], [175], [178], [203]

Taylor, Mrs., [i. 49]
Taylor, Henry, friendship for Thackeray, [ii. 24]
Templand,
locality of, [i. 4]

the Carlyles married from, [i. 16]

Mrs. Carlyle's expedition to, from Craigenputtock, [i. 30]

leaving for London, [i. 46]

revisiting, [i. 80]

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, his pension, [i. 180]
Terrot, Bishop, [i. 111], [125]
Thackeray, a letter from, [i. 129]
his friendship for Henry Taylor, [ii. 24]

his Denis Duval, [ii. 245]

Thirlwall, Bishop, Carlyle visiting, [i. 118]
Thom, Dr., his surgery at Ecclefechan, [i. 71]
Thornhill, Mrs. Russell's affection for, [ii. 254]
Tieck, his Vittorils Accorombona, [i. 109], [114]
Trees of Liberty,
an article by Carlyle in The Nation, [ii. 8]

Triumph of Sensibilily, by Goethe, [i. 63]
Trollope, Anthony, [ii. 4]
Twisleton, Mrs., [ii. 92], [104]

VARNHAGEN VON ENSE, GEN., [i. 127]
Veitch, General, [ii. 337], [341]
Veitch, Mrs., [ii. 149], [259]
Venturi, Madame, [ii. 264]
de Vere, Aubrey, [i. 257]
Vernay, Sir Harry and Lady, [i. 241]
Villiers, Charles, [ii. 90]
Vittoria Accorombona, by Tieck, [i. 109], [114]

"WAFFLER" [i. 18]
Wales, Carlyle visiting in, [i. 110 et seq.], [122]
Wales, Prince of (H. M. the King), [ii. 286]
Warren, Mrs., [ii. 277], [310], [313], [315], [326]
Waters of Comfort, [ii. 105]
Waugh, Dr., [i. 10]
Wedgwoods, the, [i. 119]; [ii. 88], [96]
Wellington, Duke of, death of, [ii. 46]
Welsh, Alick, [i. 35]; [ii. 73]
his marriage, [i. 244]

Welsh, Miss Anne (Mrs. Carlyle's aunt),
letter from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 310]

Welsh, Dr. (Mrs. Carlyle's father),
settlement of his affairs, [i. 1], [2]

his frugality, [i. 226]

a transcript from his accountbook, [ii. 207]

Welsh, Miss Elizabeth (Mrs. Carlyle's aunt), [ii. 78]
Welsh, Mrs. George, [ii. 78], [102], [181], [202]
Welsh, Mrs. (Mrs. Carlyle's mother),
her daughter's conveyance of the Haddington and Craigenputtock properties to, [i. 2], [3]

her various homes, [i. 4]

Mrs. Carlyle visiting at Templand, [i. 27 et seq.], [54], [57]

letters from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 72], [78]

her trying temper, [i. 84]

a letter to Mrs. Carlyle, senior, [i. 90]

the Carlyles' visit to, at Newby Cottage, [i. 91]

her death, [i. 97], [101]

photograph of miniature, [ii. 25]

Welsh, Miss Grace (Mrs. Carlyle's aunt), letter from Mrs. Carlyle, [ii. 287]
Welsh, Miss Helen (Mrs. Carlyle's cousin), [i. 145], [220]
letter from Mrs. Carlyle, [i. 225]; [ii. 30]

staying with the Carlyles, [ii. 27]

her death, [ii. 74]

Welsh, Miss (Jackie), [ii. 140], [340], [344]
Welsh, Jane. See under Carlyle, Jane Welsh
Welsh, Miss Jeannie (Mrs. Carlyle's aunt), [i. 4], [23]
Welsh, Miss Jeannie (cousin of Mrs. Carlyle), [i. 131], [162]
Welsh, Mr. John, Sr., Mrs. Carlyle's grandfather, [i. 4]
Welsh, Mr. John, Jr., [ii. 181], [202]
Welsh, Mr. Robert (Mrs Carlyle's uncle), [i. 2], [101]
Mrs. Carlyle staying with, [i. 136 et seq.], [151], [211]; [ii. 1 et seq].

Welsh, Mr. Walter, Sr. (Mrs. Carlyle's grandfather), [i. 4]
Welsh, Mr. Walter, Jr., [ii. 2], [161] Wesminster Review,

Mrs. Mercer's article in, [i. 115]

John Robertson of, [i. 124]

Whitworth, Mr., [i. 209], [210]
Wigham, Miss, [ii. 256]
Willesden,
Mrs. Carlyle staying with the Neubergs at, [ii. 79 et seq].

Wilson, Mr. David, his Mr. Froude and Carlyle, [i. 27]
Wilson, Miss, [i. 121]
Wilson, Mr. Thomas, [i. 180]
de Winton, Madame, [ii. 97], [100]
Woodcockair, [i. 6]
Woolner, T., [ii. 307]
Wotten. Reinfred, [i. 17], [18]
Wright, Elizur, [ii. 20]
Wynn, Miss Williams, [i. 239], [255]; [ii. 4], [89]

YORKSHIRE, the Carlyles on a tour in, [i. 227]
Yorstoun, Rev. James, some sayings of, [i. 7]; [ii. 114]

Zoe, by Geraldine Jewsbury, [i. 242]


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