The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth: The Later Years Part I: 1821-1828 - Vol. 3

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INDEX
Abbot, Charles, 1st Baron Colchester, 553 and n., 554, 560.
Abbotsford, 368-9, 627.
Adamthwaite, Revd. John, 466 and n.
Addington, Haviland John, 399 and n., 408.
-- Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth, 408 and n.
Addison, Jane (née Hindson), 331 and n.
-- Lancelot ( Dean of Lichfield), 403 and n.
-- Richard (of Staple Inn), 94, 109, 155, 331 and n., 356.
Aders, Charles, Letter to: 622; 613 and n., 614, 675.
-- Mrs. Elizabeth, Letter to: 616; 622, 675.
Aeschylus, 335.
Ainslie, Dr. Henry, 588 and n.
Airy, George Biddell, 17 and n., 34 and n., 53, 105, 682.
Albuquerque, Duke of, 518 and n.
Alderson, Edward Hall, 464 and n., 465.
Allan, Robert (of Edinburgh), 571 and n.
-- Thomas, F.R.S., 571 and n.
Allan Bank, 168.
Alvarez de Castro, Mariano, 518 and n.
Ambleside, ball at, 83, 85; want of magistracy at, 370; party divisions in, 446-7.
Amsterdam, 634.
Anderson, Dr. Robert, 648.
Anniversary, The, 653 and n.
Anstie, Mrs., 259.
Antwerp, 620, 622, 634, 637.
Appleby, 549, 551.
Arbuthnot, George, 670.
Ariosto, 79, 185.
Armstrong, John ( poet), 402 and n.
Arnhem, 634.
Ashburner, Peggy, 50 and n.
Askham, 136.
Athenaeum (Club), 503 and n., 505, 516, 637, 667.
Athenaeum, The, 602 and n.
Atkinson, Matthew (of Temple Sowerby), 465 and n.
Austria, 669.
Backhouse, Mr., Mrs., and Miss, 131.
Bacon, Francis Lord, 475; quoted, 685.
Baird, George Husband, Letter to: 534.
Ballingham Seminary ( Hereford), 479 and n.
Bamford, Robert W. ( schoolmaster), Letter to: 349.
Bankes, William John, M.P., 158 n., 421 and n., 448 n., 454.
Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Letitia, stanzas To Life, 429 and n.
Barber, Samuel (of Gell's Cottage), 32 and n., 33, 63, 100, 149, 168, 200, 205, 219, 323, 352, 388, 589.
Barker, Mary, 318 and n., 433, 675.
Barlow, Mrs. Fanny, 378 and n., 480.
Barmouth, 278, 303.
Barret, Mr. ( gardener at Coleorton), 324 and n.
Barrett, Capt. Thomas Brydges, Letter to: 285; 141 and n., 150, 166, 257-8, 261, 264, 569.
Barton, Bernard, 33 and n.
-- Revd. William (of Windermere), 121 and n.
Basset, Francis, Lord de Dunstanville, 408 and n.
Bateman, Richard ( stationer), 14, 25 and n., 26, 77.
Bath, 287, 472, 539.
Bathurst, Henry 3rd Earl, 488 and n.
Baudouins, the, 94 n.
Bayley, Miss, 80.
Beaumont, Francis, 603 and n.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • List of Letters xv
  • Introduction xxv
  • Appendix I Edward Quillinan's Recollections of His First Meeting with Wordsworth (see L. 37) 701
  • Appendix II Preface and Table of Contents from Allan Cunningham's Proposed Selection of Wordsworth (see L. 369) 703
  • Preface. 703
  • Index 705
  • Addendum 730
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