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223-234; on his own poems,
57, ii. 248; poetic impulse,
i. 240-241, 315-316; feelings
when about to compose, i.
i6o; on writing to order, i.
339» 343. ii- 269; early poems,
i. 43, 44, 49-60 ; writings in
periodicals, i. 108, 109, 319-
333 ; unpublished writings, ii.
57-112; Prae-Raphaelite ten-
dencies, i. 81 ; prose style, i.
331 ; personal element in his
poems, i. 161-164; descrip-
tive power in poetry, i. 5 ; see
separate headings of titles of
books, names of persons,
places and subjects.

Letters from, to W. AU-



ingham, ii. 166-188; to St.
Clair Baddeley, ii. 267 ; to
W. Barnes, ii. 227-231 ; to
Mrs. Bishop, ii. 240-245 ; to
Robert Bridges, ii. 246-252 ;
to Dykes-Campbell, ii. 263-
266 ; to Basil Champneys, i.
344, ii. 273 ; to S. Colvin, ii.
267-268; to John Dennis, ii.
269-270; to Herbert Fisher,
ii. 215; to Buxton Forman,
i. 144, ii. 270-271; to Dr.
Garnett, i. 147, 301-302, ii.
219-225; to Mrs. Gemmer,
ii. 236-239; to E. W. Gosse,
ii. 252-260; to F. Green-
wood, i. 320-333 ; to Thos.
Hardy, ii. 261-263 j ^^ ^^' C-
Hazlitt, i. 20, 21 ; to Inch-
bold, ii. 269-270; to Mrs.
Jackson, ii. 189-218; to
Messrs. Macmillan, i. 206; to
Monckton Milnes, ii. 2 2 5-2 2 7 ;
to Patmore family, ii. 115-
140 ; to Emily A. Patmore,
i. 195-197 ; to Emily H., ii.
116-129; to Mary Patmore,
i. 228, 230, ii. 218 ; to D. G.



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COVENTRY PATMORE



Coventry Patmore — contd.
Rossetti, i. 87,88,!!. 231-233 ;
to Ruskin, ii. 277 ; to H. S.
Sutton, ii. 141-165; to Wool-
ner, i. 202-203, ii. 233-235 ;
miscellaneous extracts from,
i. 249-262, 283, 285, 288-293,
ii. 79-91, 97-100, 104-112.

Letters to, from Alfred

Austin, ii. 370-371 ; from St.
Clair Baddeley, i. 20, 21, ii.
371-373; fromW. Barnes, ii.
358-362 ; from R. Bridges, ii,
373-374; from Browning, ii.
315-317; from Burne-Jones,
ii. 328-330; from Dykes-
Campbell, ii. 394-396 ; from
Carlyle, ii. 309-315; from
Sidney Colvin, ii. 386-387 ;
from W. J. Courthope, ii.
370 ; from Aubrey de Vere,
ii- 33I-342; from Austin
Dobson, ii. 369 ; from R. W.
Emerson, ii. 382 ; from J.
Forster, ii. 384-385 ; from Dr.
Garnett, ii. 342-345 ; from
C. J. Gore, ii. 383 ; from E.
W. Gosse, i. 25, 32, 33,
301, ii. 254 ; from F. Green-
wood, i. 320-333; ii. 387-
393 ; from Mrs. Hawthorne,
i. 97-98 ; from W. E. Henley,
ii. 393-394; from Father Hop-
kins, ii. 345-355; from Hol-
man Hunt, ii. 318-323 ; from
R. H. Hutton, ii. 380-382 ;
from F. Locker-Lampson, ii.
367-368 ; from Monckton
Milnes, i. 70 ; from R. Mon-
teith, ii. 376-377; from Car-
dinal Newman, ii. 80, 377 ;
from E. H. Patmore, i. 274-
279; from H. Patmore, i. 310;
from Maria Clarissa Patmore,
i. 3-4 ; from P. G. Patmore, i.
36-42 ; from B. W. Procter,



ii. 362-366; from D. G.
Rossetti, ii. 232-233, 327-328;
from Ruskin, ii. 277-300;
from W. B. Scott, ii. 357 ;
from H. Sidgwick, ii. 385 ;
from Tennyson, i. 112, 179-
180, ii. 301-305 ; from H. D.
Traill, ii. 397 ; from G. F.
Venables, ii. 384; fromWool-
ner, i. 203-205, ii. 323-326.

Patmore, Eliza {nee Robertson),
mother of Coventry, i. i, 5,
9, 26.

Patmore, Emily Augusta (Pat-
more's first wife), i. 5, 95,
1 16-158, ii. 157; parents, i.
126, 127; childhood, i. 128;
illness of, i. 131-133, ii. 184,
187 ; death of, i. 77, 134; W.
Barnes and death of, ii. 360-
361; poems by, i. 149; her
wit, i. 123; on the "Angel,"
i. 114, 116, 154-155; and
Roman Catholic religion, i.
125, 142, ii. 53; medallion of,
by Woolner, /////'j'. i. 118; por-
trait of, by Millais, ii. 326,
357 ; ilius. i. 116; and AUing-
ham, ii. 356-357; and Lady
Tennyson, i. 178, ii. 301-
309 ; Ruskin and, i. 283, ii.
292-293, 298 ; A. de Vere
on, i. 209 ; sketch of, by her
daughter, i. 150-153; letters
by, i. 153-158-

Patmore, Emily Honoria, i.
144, 200, 263-279, 356, ii.
105, 238, 239 ; takes the veil,
i. 268-270; at her convent,
ii. 126-128; letters to Pat-
more, i. 274-279 ; letters from
Patmore, ii. 11 6- 129; verses
by, i. 270-274; W. Barnes
and, ii. 362; medallion of, by
Julia Marshall, i. 266;inus. ii.
124 ; photo of, illus. i. 262.



INDEX



461



Patmore, Francis Joseph Mary
Epiphanius, i. 241, 339, 376-
377, ii. 164, 216; letter to,
ii. 140.

Patmore, George Morgan, i. i,
4, 43, 132 ; and P. G. Pat-
more, i. 39.

Patmore, Georgiana, i. 132,
158; and W. Barnes, ii.
360.

Patmore, Gertrude (Mrs. Watts),
ii, 140, 238; and H. Patmore,
i. 295-296.

Patmore, Gurney Eugene, i. 2,
61, 100, ii. 183; and Pat-
more, i. 34; and AUingham,
ii. 168.

Patmore, Harriet (Patmore's
third wife), i. 339 ; letter to,
i. 339-341 ; Patmore's letters
to, ii. 130-138.

Patmore, Henry John, i. 294-
314, 339> ii; 223, 238; Pat-
more on, i. 296, 301 ; at
Lourdes, i. 288 ; at Ushaw,
ii. Ill ; death of, ii, 163, 224;
poems by, i. 294, 296, 302-
304 ; idea of his own poetical
ability, i. 309 ; Browning on,
ii. 316; Gosse on, ii. 254-
257; Father Hopkins on, ii.
346-347 ; and Ruskin, i. 283,
ii. 298 ; letters to Mary Pat-
more, with facsimile, illus. i.
306-313; photo of, iilus. i.
294.

Patmore, Maria Clarissa, i. i ;
and her grandson Coventry,
i. 2-4 ; death, i. 3.

Patmore, Mary (Patmore's se-
cond wife), i. 210-222, 334,
354-356, ii- 54-55 ; Patmore's
letters to, i. 217-218, ii. 129-
130, 228, 230-231 ; at
Lourdes, i. 288; on Pat-
more's poems, i. 213; and



Cardinal Manning, ii. 37, 38 ;
and B. W. Procter, i. 215,
221-222, ii. 362-366; Ruskin
and, ii. 280, 299-300 ; letters
by, i. 218-222; letters of H.
Patmore to, with facsimile,
illus. i. 306-313; death of,
i. 217; Holman Hunt and
death of, ii. 323 ; drawing of,
by J. Brett, illus. i. 210.

Patmore, Milnes, enters for
Royal Navy, i. 158; on
H.M.S. Britannia, ii. 236.

Patmore, Mrs. Milnes, i. 346,

Patmore, Peter, i. i, 2.

Patmore, P. G., i. 114, 166;
birth, i. i ; life and works,
i. 7-29 ; agnosticism of, i. 6,
27, T^^; and poetry, i, 39;
financial difficulties, i. 35, 61 ;
and his son, i. 17, 30-33, 44;
compared with his son, i. 18,
25 ; and his son's poems, i. 53 ;
influence on son's love for
nature, i. 35 ; letter to son, i.
36-42 ; letter to, about son's
poems, i. 58 ; note by, in
"Tamerton Church Tower,"
i. 53; and "Blackwood," i.
10, 51, 52, ii- 430-442 ; and
Colburn, i. 7, ii. 409-410 :
and " Don Juan," i. 37, 38 ;
and duel between Scott and
Christie, i. 10-16, ii. 41 1-429;
and Hazlitt, i. 18-21, 66, ii.
226-227; and Mrs. Scott, ii.
411-419; pen sketch of, by
himself, illus. i. 6 ; see separ-
ate titles of books, etc.

Patmore, Tennyson, ii. 236 ;
birth of, ii. 302, 303 ; at
Christ's Hospital, ii. 119;
Ruskin and, ii. 29S.

" Paul and Virginia," i. 37.

"Peace," i. 287.

Peace, Commission of the, Pat-



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COVENTRY PATMORE



more and, in East Sussex, i.
238, ii. 227.

Peele, i. 55.

Pember, E. H., i. 383, ii. 20.

" People of a Stammering
Tongue, A," ii. 5.

" Pepita Jimenez," ii. 259.

"Peter Bell," i. 91.

Petrarch, P. G. Patmore's trans-
lations from, i. 9 ; ii. 430-

431-
Philosophy, i. 44, 46, ii. 3-99.

Phrenology, i. 39, 43.

" Pififie," see Patmore, Francis

Joseph, Mary Epiphanius.
"Pilgrim's Progress, The," ii.

.48-
Pious Society of Missions, i.

.334-339, 380, ii. 3i-33-
Pisa, ii. 203, 206.
"Pitt, P. G."i. 15.
Plato, i. 44, 47, 136, ii. 4-5, 141,

145, 164.
Poachers, Patmore and, i. 237.
Poe, E. A., i. 91.
"Poems," Patmore's early, i.

43, 44, 49-60 ; sale of first

edition, ii. 266.
Poetic Art, Education in, i.

105-115-
Poetry, Patmore and, i. 30, 31,

45-48, 305, 386 ; Patmore on

religious, ii. loo-ioi ; Henry

Patmore on, i. 309 ; P. G.

Patmore and, i. 39.
Poetry and Art, ii. 95-103.
Poetry and Love, i. 316-319.
" Poetry and Meditation,

Thoughts for," ii. 65-69.
Poetry and Nature, ii. 102-103.
"Poetry, The New," i. 387-

388.
Poets, Patmore on the childhood

of, i. 346.
Poets and poetry, E. B. Lytton

on, i. 55-57



"Poets, Early Italian," by

Rossetti, i. 87.
"Poets, Recent," ii. 185.
Politics, i. 319-329, 360-361,

371, 386, ii. 14-16, 239.
" Politics, Courage in," ii. 388.
Pollen, ii. 328.
Pontypool, ii. 131- 13 2.
Pope, Bulwer Lytton on, i. 55.
Pope, The, ii. 36.
Portsmouth, i. 158.
" Pras-Raphaelite Diaries and

Letters," i. 89-93.
Pras-Raphaeljtes, The, Patmore

and, i. 81-93, 280, ii. 175,

231, 318; Ruskin on, ii. 288-

289, 318-319.
Prayer, Patmore's Memorandum

for, i. 102-104.
"Precursor, The," i. 319.
" Prelude, The," i. 35.
" Preludes by A. C. Thompson,"

Patmore and, i. 341.
" Preludes " compared to Greek

chorus, i. 162.
"Preston, P. G.," i. 15.
Priesthood, The, ii. 28-29, Z'^-

.39-
Prince, Dr., i. 236, ii. no.

"Princess, The," i. 108, 182.

"Principle in Art," i. 109, in,

SZ°, ZZ^^ 373> ii- 389, 39°;
Alfred Austin on, ii. 371 ;
Aubrey de Vere on, 339-340.

Principles and ideals, ii. 3-16.

Pringle, ii. 439.

Procter, Bryan Waller, i. 32, 50,
141, 280, ii. 362-366; verse
to Patmore by, ii. 364 ; and
Mary Patmore, i. 215, 221-
222, ii. 362-366; and P, G.
Patmore, i. 20 ; death of, ii.
366.

" Procter, Bryan Waller," by
Patmore, i. 32,330-331 ; pass-
age from, i. 34.



INDEX



463



Procter, Edith, i. 62, ii. 236.
Procter, Mrs., i. 331, ii. 216,

263-264, letter from, 366-367 ;

death of, ii. 216.
" Prometheus, The Fire-giver,"

ii. 246, 247.
Prose, Works of Patmore in, i.

io5-iii> 315-333-
" Prose, Notes for," ii. 69-78.
Prussia, King of, lampoon on,

i. 286.
"Psyche Odes," i. 317, ii. 243 ;

Aubrey de Vere and, ii. 341-

342 ; Father Hopkins on, ii.

347-
" Psyche's Discontent," i. 317.
"Punch," i. 50, ii. 123-124,

178.
Punctuation, i. 207.

Quarry, Patmore's, i. 226-227.
" Queen Mary," i. 199.
" Quinquenergia," ii. 141.

Rachel, Madame, i. 31.
Ralston, W. R. Sheddon-, Car-
dinal Manning's letter to, ii.

375-
" Real Apprehension," Father

Hopkins on, ii. 353-355.
"Recent Poets," ii. 185.
Reed, Thomas Buchanan, i.

99.
" Register, The Weekly," i. 341.
Reisach, Cardinal, and Patmore,

ii. 54.
" Religio Poetae," i; 330-332,

390-391 ; Aubrey de Vere on,
ii. 342 ; Patmore on Barnes

in, ii. 257 ; Patmore on Pe-

pita Jimenez in, ii. 259; St.

Clair Baddeley and, ii. 372 ;

mentioned, i. no, 258, 373,

385, ii- 3> 39i> 395-
" Religion and Philosophy," ii.

1-96.



"Religions of the World," ii.

161.
Religious poetry, ii. 100- 1 01.
"Renunciation," ii. 253-255.
"Retreats," made by Patmore,

ii. 130.
" Retrospect, A," i. 245, ii.

253-
" Retrospective Review, The,"

P. G. Patmore and, i. 7.
" Revanche, Sedan or Waterloo,

The," i. 322-324, ii. 388.
" Reverie," ii. 239.
" Reverie, The Country Town,

A," ii. 370.
Reviews, i. 259; see separate

titles.
Reynolds, J. Hamilton, and Mrs.

Scott, ii. 41 1, 418 ; and P. G.

Patmore, i. 15, ii. 420-425.
Reynolds' Exhibition, The, ii.

233.
"Rhythm of Life, The," i. 342.
Rice, James, and P. G. Patmore,

i. 15; and Mrs. Scott, ii.

417-418; and Scott-Christie

duel, ii. 422.
Rice, Miss, ii. 149.
"Rich and Poor," i. 148.
Rickerby, Father, Henry Pat-
more and, i. 306.
Ricketts, Mr., ii. 206.
Rifle Corps, ^^^ Volunteer Move-
ment.
"Rifle-men, form," i. 72.
"Rimini," i. 44, ii. 438.
"River, The," i. 43, 44, ii. 44,

153; Bulwer Lytton on, i.

56.

Robertson, Eliza, P. G. Patmore
and, i. i, 2, 14, 16; see Pat-
more, Eliza.

Robson, Miss Harriet G., i.
306, 307, ii. 129; letters to,
ii. 130-138; see Patmore,
Harriet.



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COVENTRY PATMORE



"Rod, Root, and Flower,"
i- 330-332, 391 ; Father An-
gelo on, ii. 378-379 ; St. Clair
Baddeley on, ii. 373 ; Green-
wood on, ii. 392 ; mentioned,

i- 319, 385, ii- 3, 19, 57> 58,
129, 392.
Roman Catholic Church, The,
Patmore and, i. 91, 125, 191,
209, 211, 212, 214, 217, 245,

353-354, 358-359, 366, 367,
384-385, li. 155-156, 212-
213, 219, 32 8,33i;Patmore's
children and, i. 266.

Patmore's conversion to,

i. 77 ; Ruskin and, ii. 282-
285 ; A. de Vere and, i. 142, ii.
342 ; own account of, see
Autobiography, ii. 40-56.

Romantic and Classic Schools,
The, Patmore on, ii. loi.

Rome, Patmore in, i. 77, 208,
211, ii. 54, 125, 206-214,
219-222; Patmore on archi-
tecture in, ii. 207-208, 220;
Patmore on ruins in, ii. 208-
209; Patmore and women of,
ii. 209-212.

Romsey, ii. 137.

" Rosary, The," work on by
Mary Patmore, i. 216, ii.
128-129.

" Rossetti as a Poet," i.
89.

Rossetti, Gabriel, i. 84, 87, 88,
ii. 248; on the "Angel," i-
166, 168, 169; Patmore and
translations of, i. 93; Tenny-
son and, i. 84; letters to, 231-
232 ; letters from, 232-233,
327-328.

Rossetti, Miss, ii. 236, 395.

Rossetti, William, on Patmore,
i. 82, 83.

"Rosy-Bosomed Hours, The,"
i. 261.



Rouse, Monsignor, i. 250, 257,
258, 288.

" Royal Literary Fund, The," i.
184-185.

Ruins in Rome, ii. 208-209.

"Runaway Boy, The," i. 131.

Ruskin, John, and Patmore, i.
85, 86, 168, 280-285, ii. 105,
139, 176, 342; and Patmore
on metre, ii. 267-268; on
the "Angel," i- 117, 167-168,
176; on Patmore's works, ii.
277-282; on the "Odes," i.
250; Patmore on, i. 109,
387-388, ii. 285-288; and
Bertha Patmore, ii. 293-297,
299 ; and Emily A. Patmore,
i. 130, ii. 292-293, 298; and
Emily H. Patmore, i. 269 ;
and H. J. Patmore, ii. 298 ;
and Mary Patmore, ii. 298-
299 ; and Milnes Patmore, ii.
280 ; and Browning, ii. 292-
293 ; on Holman Hunt, i. 86;
on Millais, i, 85, 86, 93, ii.
289; and Tennyson, ii. 292-

293-
Ruskin, John James, letter from,

ii. 285-286.
Russia, Patmore on war with,

ii. III.

St. Bernard, works of, i. 216, ii.
5, 243-244.

St. Germain, Patmore at school
at, i. 36, ii. 191.

" St. James's Gazette, The," i.
320-333, 387-388, ii. 22, 27-
28, 258, 262, 387-393; and
H. J. Patmore, i. 298; see
separate titles of articles, etc.

St. John of the Cross, works of,
ii. 5.

" St. Mary, Star of the Sea," i.
334-339, 380, ii. 31-33 ; draw-
ing of, by T. R. Davison,



INDEX



465



illus. i. 336 ; sketch by Bertha

Patmore, illus. ii. 32.
St. Peter's, ii. 207-208, 220.
"St. Valentine's Day," Pat-

more's Ode, i. 26, 256, 361.
Salvation Army, The, ii. 20.
Sanazzaro, i. 251.
Sargent, J. S., his portrait of

Patmore, i. 342, 389-390, ii.

260 ; illus. ii. frotit. ; sketch

of Patmore by, illus. ii. 58.
Sarzana, ii. 204.
Schiller, Bulwer Lytton on, i.

.57-
Science, Patmore's studies in,

i. 44, 46.
"Scire Te-Ipsum," ii. 253.
Scott, John, and P. G. Patmore,

ii. 411-419; duel of, with

Christie, i. 10-16, ii. 411-

429.
Scott, Mrs., and her husband's

duel, i. 13-15; and P. G.

Patmore, ii. 411-419.
Scott, Sir Walter, ii. 260, 433 ;

P. G. Patmore's sonnets on,

i. 9.
Scott, William Bell, ii. 185,

letter from, ii. 357-358-
Sea, The, Patmore's impressions

and descriptions of, i. 2,3-, 34-
"Seasons," Thomson's, i. 264.
" Seasons, The," i. 89 ; D. G.

Rossetti on, i. 86.
"Seer, The," i. 328, 329.
"Self-culture," ii. 185.
Serchio, ii. 203.
"Sermon, The Wedding," i.

173, 217.
" Sermons," by Leighton, ii. 48.
" Sermons on the Canticles," ii.

244.
" Servants' Behaviour Book,

The," i. 120, 132, ii. 125.
" Sesame and Lilies," ii. 283 ;

Patmore and, ii. 294.

II. H



Severn, Arthur, i. 284, ii. 139.
Shakespeare, Patmore on, i. 31,

44, 45, ii- 107, 109, no;
and Calderon, ii. 250; and
Sophocles, ii. loi.

Sharp, Patmore on collection of
sonnets by, ii. 101-102.

Shelley, Patmore on, i. 387, ii.
97, 221, 222 ; P. G. Patmore
and, i. 44, ii. 435; "Black-
wood" and, i. 53; A. deVere
on, ii. 340 ; Bulwer Lytton
on, i. 55.

Sheridan, i. 77.

Siddons, Mrs., Campbell's life
of, i. 17.

Sidgwick, Henry, letter from, ii.

.385-
Simeon, Sir John and Lady, i.

156, 180, ii. 52, 308-309.
Simon, Mrs., ii. 123.
"Simplicity," i. 329.
" Sir Hubert," Bulwer Lytton

on, i. 56 ; Patmore on, ii. 153.
Skepper, Miss i. 32 ; see Procter,

Mrs.
Sketches, Patmore's, i. 4.
Smith, Alexander, ii. 185, 187.
Society of Arts, The, Patmore

awarded the silver palette of,

i- 35-
Socrates, Patmore on, ii. 141,

145, ISO-
Sonnet, Patmore's one, i. 113.

Sonnets, Patmore and, i. 113,
249, ii. loi, 102.

"Sonnets and Other Verses"
(not pubhshed), by P. G. Pat-
more, i. 16.

Sophocles, Patmore on Shake-
speare and, ii. loi.

Southampton Street, Fitzroy
Square, i. 35.

Southey, i. 193.

"Spanish Novelette, A," ii. 259.

"Spectator, The," and "Distinc-

H



466



COVENTRY PATMORE



tion," ii. 259 : and H. J. Pat-
more, i. 298; and "Sir
Hubert," i. 50.

Spenser, i_. 31, 249, 277, ii. 253.

Spezzia, ii. 203.

"Sponsa Dei," i. 3i5-3i9> 373;
Father G. Hopkins and, ii.

249, 351-352-
"Squire Maurice," ii. 187.
Stafford, Lord, ii. 54.
" Standards, The," Dr. Newman

and, ii. 241.
"Stars and Moon," i. 86, ii. 13.
Stephen, Leslie, Memoir of

Dykes Campbell by, ii. 266.
Stephens, F. G., i. 82, 87, 344 ;

and drawing by D.G. Rossetti,

ii- 330-
Stevens, John, i. i.
Stevens, Maria Clarissa, i. i ;

see Patmore, Maria Clarissa.
Stevens, Robert, i. i ; and Pat-

more's boyhood, i. 4, 5, 40 ;

and Patmore's love for nature,

i- 35-
"Stones of Venice, The," ii.

176, 285-287.
Stonyhurst, ii. 133.
"Storm, The,"ii. 168.
Stratford de Redcliffe, Lord, ii.

105.
" Strayed Reveller, The," i. 92.
Style, Patmore on, ii. 264.
"Summer Evening," i. 303.
Sussex, Estate in, i. 80, 224-

234-
" Sussex Marshes, The," i. 330,

331, ii. 370, 387.
Sutton, H. S., i. 57, 59, 60;

letters to, i. 100, ii. 142-165;

poems by, ii. 141.
"Swedenborg, Five Essays for

Students of the Divine Philo-
sophy of," ii. 141.
Swedenborg, Patmore and works

of, ii. 5, 19,52, 141, 164, 380.



Swinburne, i, 177.

"Tablet, The," Mrs. Bishop
and, ii. 244-245 ; letter of
Patmore to, i. 335-336.

" Tait's Magazine," Lady Tenny-
son and review of " In
Memoriam " in, ii. 303.

"Tamerton Church Tower,"
P. G. Patmore's note in, i.
53; Carlyle on, ii. 309;
mentioned, i. 63, 67, 86, 95,
112-114, 132, 154, 166, 180,
280, 351, ii. 159, 168, 171,
174, 181.

Taylor, Sir Henry, and Patmore,
i. 96 ; letter from, ii. 367 ; on
the "Angel," ii- 340-341;
and De Vere's poems, i.
206.

Telemachus, P. G. Patmore on,
i. 40, 41.

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, i. 32,
49, 50, 59, 60, 72, 92, 94, 96,
106, 108, 137, 178-199, 343,
ii. 142, 160, 170, 172-175,
177, 181, 301-309; Patmore
on, i. 245, ii. 267 ; on the
"Betrothal," i. 165; on the
" Angel," i. 167 ; skit on Pat-
more's essay on metre, i.
111-112; and E. A. Pat-
more, i. 130 ; and AUingham,
ii. 167 ; and Burns, i. 90 ; and
Aubrey de Vere, ii. 304 ;
Bulwer Lytton on, i. 56 ; and
Millais, i. 93 ; D. G. Rossetti
and, i. 84 ; and Ruskin, ii.
292-293 ; and Woolner, ii.
324 ; bust of, by Woolner, i.
156, ii. 307-308; Ruskin on
Patmore and, ii. 277-278;
and phrenology, i. 43 ; child-
ren of, i. 156; in Italy, ii.
305-307 ; marriage of, ii. 302;
see separate works.



INDEX



467



Tennyson, Hallam, Lord, birth
of, ii. 304 ; and Patmore, ii.
302.

Tennyson, Horatio, i. 190.

Tennyson, Lady, and E. A.
Patmore, i. 178, ii. 301-309;
and Patmore, i. 184.

Tennyson, Lionel, i. 190, 360;
birth of, ii. 304.

Test, The River, i. 377, ii. 134-
138.

Thackeray, i. 62, 198.

Theatre, Patmore's first impres-
sions of the, i. 31.

Thompson, Alice C, see Mrs.
Meynell.

Thompson, Elizabeth (Lady
Butler), i. 341.

Thompson, Francis, Patmore
and, i. 330, 342, ii. 130, 133,
402-405.

Thompson, Rev. William Hep-
worth, ii. 325.

Thorneycroft, Hamo, i. 338-
339, ii. 254.

" Thoughts for Poetry and
Meditation," ii. 65-69.

" Three Witnesses, The," ii.

253-

"Throstle, The," i. 199.

"Thunder Shower, A," i. 213,
ii. 168.

Thynne, Lady Edwardji"^^ Gore,
Miss.

" Times, The," Patmore and,
i. 72-73, 166, ii. 179; Pat-
more's letter on Hazlitt's
letters, i. 2 1 ; and P. G. Pat-
more, ii. 178; Ruskin on
Millais in, i. 85, 86, 93.

"Tims," i. 23; see Patmore,
P. G.

"Tired Memory," i. 217, 244;
W. Barnes and, ii. 362.

"Tom of Bedlam," i. 387, ii.
391-



"Toys, The," i. 246, ii. 271
W. Barnes and, ii. 362.

Traill, Mr., and P. G. Patmore,
ii. 414; and duel between
Scott and Christie, i. 10-16,
ii. 420-422.

Traill, H. D., letter from, ii. 397.

" Tree in a Wilderness, On a,"
i. 302.

Tyrrell, Rev. G., ii. 24.

Ulrici, i. no.

" Univers, L'," i. 240, ii. 100.

" Unknown Eros, The," Alfred
Austin on, ii. 370 ; Garnett
and publication of, ii. 225 ;
Robert Bridges and, ii. 373-
374 j Ruskin and, ii. 294;
St. Clair Baddeley and, ii.
371-372 ; W. Barnes and, ii.
361 ; mentioned, i. 161, 247,
257-259> 278, 302, ii. 161,
223, 243, 252-253, 385._

" Unpublished Lines," ii. 58-

65-
Ushaw, Henry Patmore at, i.
307-313^ screen in chapel at,
i- 338-339-

Van Bremen, Miss, and Ailing-
ham, ii. 357.

Vaughan, Henry Halford, i. 157,
ii. 107-109, 157; death of,
ii. 214.

Vaughan, Mrs. H. H., i. 157;
see Jackson.

Venables, G. F., ii. 359 ; letter
from, ii. 383-384.

Verses by Emily H. Patmore, i.
270-274.

"Vestal Fire, The," ii. 10.

Veuillot, Louis, i. 240, ii. 100.

" Victories of Love, The," Car-
lyle on, ii. 315 ; A. de Vere
on, ii. 336-339 ; Ruskin on,
ii. 280-282 ; mentioned, i.



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COVENTRY PATMORE



133, 161, 163, 173, 174, 351,

ii. 40, 51, 161, 188.
Villafranca, ii. 195-197.
Villon, Frangois, i. 270.
" Viol and Flute, On," ii. 259.
Virginity, Doctrine of, Patmore

on, ii. 9-1 1.
" Vive la Guerre," poem in

" Punch," i. 63.
Volunteer Movement, Patmore

and, i. 71,72, 73-76,321-322;

ii. 176, 177.

War with Russia, ii. in.

Ward, Plumer, i. 8, 42 ; P. G.
Patmore on, i. 17.

Watkins, Mr., solicitor in Scott-
Christie trial, ii. 417-419.

Watts, Mrs., see Patmore, Ger-
trude.

"Wedding Sermon, The," i.
173, 217.

"Westminster Review," P. G.
Patmore and the, i. 7.

Whist, i. 372.

White, Blanco, ii. 48, 160.

Whitman Walt, i. 387, ii. 264-
265.

" Why Women are dissatisfied,"
i. 328.

Wilkinson, J. J. Garth, letter
from, ii. 380.

Wilson, John (" Christopher
North"), and "Blackwood,"
i. 24, ii. 433, 436 ; and " Black-
wood's" review of Patmore's
poems, i. 52.



Woodford Green, i. 4.

"Woodman's Daughter, The," i.
43) 44, 85; ii. 44, 153.

Woodward and D. G. Rossetti,
ii. 328.

Woolner, Thomas, i. 82, 93,
183, ii. 175, 233-235, 254,
3 1 0-3 1 1 ; letters from, i. 203-
205 ; letters to, i. 202-203, ii.
233-235. 323-326; vignette
for the "Angel" by, ii. 234;
drawing for the "Garland"
by, i. 201-205 ; medallion of
Patmore by, illus. i. 88-89 j
medallion of E. A. Patmore
by, i. 93; illus. i. 118; Pat-
more and poems by, i. 87,
90 ; and screen in chapel at
Ushaw, i. 338-339 ; and Car-
dinal Newman, ii. 325-326 ;
bust of Tennyson by, i. 156,
ii. 307-308 ; and Tennyson,
ii. 324.

Wordsworth, Patmore on, i. 9,

25, 33. 44, 47, 50, 96, 387,
ii. loi, 102; Patmore on
Keats and, ii. 144 ; Patmore
on Burns and, ii. 228; see
separate books, etc.

Worsley, Philip, ii. 120.

Wren, Sir Christopher, Carlyle
on, ii. 314.



"Yew- Berry, The," passage
from, i. 53.



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