Mr. W. & I: Being the Authentic Diary of Caroline Le Roy Webster, during a Famous Journey with the Honble Daniel Webster to Great Britain and the Continent in the Year 1839

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Abinger. See Scarlett, Sir James
ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, Duke of Cambridge19, 31, 65, 66 69, 72, 146, 151, tenth child of George III ( 1774-1850).
ALLEN, John, 68, political writer ( 1771-1843). -- A literary M.D., Allen was Lord Holland's travelling companion and a perennial inmate of Holland House.
AMELIA, Princess, youngest daughter of George III, 140; ( 1783-1810). -- Her untimely death is supposed to have been a contributing cause of her father's mental decline.
Ashburton, Baron. See Baring, Alexander
ASTOR, John Jacob, 220; ( 1822-1890). -- Son of William B. Astor, he graduated from Columbia and in 1839 continued his studies at the University of Göttingen. He was accompanied on his European trip by Joseph Cogswell, librarian and literary adviser to his grandfather, John Jacob Astor.
AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, Duke of Sussex, 7, 19, 31, 36, 39, 40, 65, 66, son of George III and Queen Charlotte ( 1773- 1843). -- President of the Royal Society; a liberal, with an interest in science. He married Lady Cecilia Underwood without the consent of Parliament, for which reason she was not permitted the use of the title or entrance to court.
Aumale, Duc d'. See Orléans, Henri Eugéne
AUSTIN, Sarah, 9, 27, 37; ( 1793-1867). -- The translator of Niebuhr, and other German writers.
BABBAGE, Charles, 6, 7, 26, mathematician and "scientific mechanician" ( 1792-1871). -- One of the anticipators of modern business equipment, Babbage had long been at

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