Carlyle at His Zenith (1848-53)

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INDEX
A
Abeken, Herr, 441
Aberdeen, 188-9, 250
Aberdeen, Lord, 407
Abgarus, King, 489
Abury, seeAvebury
Academy, Royal Irish, 106
Achilles, 43
Acta Sanctorum, Acts of the Saints, 11, 12, 47-8, 54, 95, 158, 373
A Day with Frederick, 425, 450
Addiscombe, 35--6, 100, 289, 483
Advocates' Library, Preface, 79
Æschylus, 85
Æsop, 413
Agripina, 244
Ahlden, Duchess of, 474
Aird, Thomas, 370
Airlie, Lady, 70
Airy, Prof., 328
Aitken, Rev. David, 18
Aitken, Mrs., Jane or Jean Carlyle, 390, 482
Albert, Prince, 344, 355
Alexander the Great, 488
Algiers, 398
Allah, 281
Allen, Bog of, 459
Allingham, William, 353
Althaus, Friedrich, 33
Alton, Locke, 317
America, History of, 390
American Civil War, 53, 221
Amesbury, 46-7
Amsterdam, 427
Ancient Mariner, The123
Angelo, Michael, 199, 490
Anglesey, Marquis of, 287
Annan, 309
Annandale, 213, 228, 311
Anti-Corn-Law League, 19
Antoninus, 66
Apollo, 489
Apuleius, 331
Arabian Tales, alias A. Night's Entertainment, 286, 344
Arc, Joan of, 358
Archenholtz, 388
Argyll, Duke of, 250
Arkwright, Richard, 244
Arndt, "Father," 330-1, 430
Arnold, Matthew, 22, 24
Asgard, 376
Ashburton, Lady, Harriet Montagu, Mrs. Baring, 27, 29, 35-6, 57-9, 69-70, 89, 91, 100, 198-9, 200, 224, 244, 270, 278, 285-6, 289, 311, 318-19, 337, 357, 359-65, 387, 392-6, 401, 433, 458, 466, 470, 472, 476, 478-9, 483
Ashburton, 2nd Lord, William
Bingham Baring, 27, 29, 57, 61, 84, 91, 198-9, 200, 224, 244, 270, 300-1, 318-19, 337, 357, 359-65, 387, 393, 396, 401, 433, 470, 473, 476, 478, 481
Ashley, Lord, Earl of Shaftesbury, 231
Athenœum, 137
Athenæum Club, 470-1
Athlone, S. S., 100
Atreus, 93
Atrides, 474
Auchtertool, 195
Auckland, Lord, 38
Auerbach's Cellar, 438
Augustine, St., 317, 398
Augustenburg, Duke of Holstein-, 433
Auld Robin Gray, 55
Austen, Jane, 13
Austin, John, 27, 322
Austin, Mary Carlyle, Mrs., 482
Austin, Miss Lucy, Mrs. Gordon, 321-2
Austin, Mrs. John, 215, 235, 321-2
Australia, 224-5
Autobiography, by Leigh Hunt, 284
Autobiography, by J. S. Mill, 349
Avebury, 47-8
Awakened Conscience, The, 487
Aytoun, Prof., 85, 228
Azeglio, Massion d'Azeglio, 473

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