INDEX
A
Abbey, Mr. & Mrs. Fanny Keats in charge of, 34, 45, 52, 111, 297
Abbey, Richard, character and description of, 16, 24, 52, 222; Byron, on, 271; Hammond, and, 32, 34, 52; hatmaking, interest in, 45, 244, 272
Keats children, guardian & trustee to, 15, 24, 32, 376; family, recollections of, 15-20, 85, 86; finances, handling of, 129, 255, 289, 340
Keats, Fanny, keeps away from brothers & friends, 111, 112, 221, 222, 240, 344; short of money, 289, strictly, 112; takes from school, 221, 240
Keats, George, anxious about, 269; clerk, employs as, 31, 34, 39, 45, 52; and finances, 284; on, in America, 284
Keats, John, apprentices, 31, 32; hatmaking, tea brokerage, suggests for, 244, 272, 289; and last illness of, 289; letter to, 340; loans to, refuses, 239, 340; medicine, decision to abandon on, 52, 53; Poems, on, 85, 86; walking tour, disapproves of, 206
Keats, Tom, clerk, employs as, 34, 39, 45, 52; and illness of, 222, 344
'Abou Ben Adhere,' Hunt's, 97
Abraham, 18
Adam the Gardener, Clarke's, and Keats, 40
Adami, Mrs. Marie, on Catechism, Fanny Keats's, 240
'Adonais,' Shelley's, quoted from, 73
Ælla, Chatterton's, Keats's favourite line in, 110, 139
Æneid, Keats translates, 30, 32
Æschylus, 'Hyperion' 'as sublime as,' 322
'After dark vapours,' sonnet, in Examiner, 76
Ailsa Craig, Firth of Clyde, Keats sees, 209; sonnet on, quoted, 209
Aitken, John, and Keats, 306
'Alexander Fragment, The,' 42
Alfieri, Vittorio, his Filippo, Keats reads, 363
Alfred, West of England Journal, Reynolds on Endymion in, 180, reprint of, in Examiner, 184
Alsager, T. M., lends Chapman's Homer to Clarke, 56
Altick, Richard, his The Cowden Clarkes, 386
Ambleside, Westmorland, Keats & Brown approach, 194; 'Isabella' finished at, 195; waterfall at, Keats on, 195
'Amena' letters, 50, 247, 248, 377-381
America, North, 173; George emigrates to, 163, 187, 190; in, 177, 269, 284, 286
America, South, Keats contemplates sailing to, 297
Amicable Insurance Company, The ( Norwich Union), Reynolds with, 89
'Ancient Mariner, The,' and Oberon, 49
Angeletti, Anna, hires pianoforte to Severn, 365
Annals of the Fine Arts, 'Grecian Urn' in, 318
Antony and Cleopatra, underlined by Keats, 132
Apothecaries, Society of, Keats awarded certificate by, 43
Archaologia Greca, Potter's, and 'Lamia,' 308
Ariosto, Lodovico, Keats linked with, 78; he reads, 280
Arne, Dr. Thos., 349
Arnold, Matthew, on Keats, 25, 110, 318, 319
Arran, Island of, mountains of, 210
'As from a darkening gloom,' 'sonnet, dating of, quoted, 34
Auchencairn, Kirkcudbrightshire, 'Meg Merrilies' written at, 204
Audubon, J.J., and George, 269
Austen, Jane, 48, 226, 266
Awe, Loch, Argyllshire, Keats & Brown at, 213
Ayr, Keats & Brown at, 210
Aryshire, Keats & Brown in, 191, 208-211; Burns associations with, 209-211; Devon, Keats compares with, 210
B
Bach, J. S., religions music of, heard by Keats, 93
Bagpipes, Keats's opinion of, 213
Bailey, Benjamin, Archdeacon, 90, 92, 121; character of, 92, 118; Keats on, 111, 242; and Cripps, 113; Croker, on, 179; Endymion, admires, 165, on composition of, 109, on 'moral' of, 165, in Oxford Herald on, 165; engagement of, 243; epigram by, 99; handwriting of, 115; Haydon offends, 113; his health, 121; and Houghton, Lord, 121; KEATS, correspondence with, see Letters, Bailey's opinion of, 118, 120, with, 109-114; at Oxford with, 109-114, Stratford, 114; and Leigh, Misses, 90, 91, 242; love affairs of, 92, 242, 243; Milton, admires, 92; in North, 242; ordination of, 115; Reynolds, Rice friendship with, 90, 118, 243; Reynolds women, adulation from, 243; his verse, 91; Wordsworth, admires, 110, 118, 151, sermon from, 151
Bailey, Edward, marries, Miss Martin, 242

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