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INDEX



Timbs, ' Anecdote biography,' 308

' Tom Jones,' see Fielding, Henry

Torrens, W. T. McC., 'History of Cabi-
nets,' 276

Towcester, 80

Townshend, Lady, 356

Townshend, Charles, 428, 435, 441, 467,
475

Townshend, Colonel, 277

Townshend, George, 428, 441, 467

Trinity College, Chatham admitted to, 30

Trojans, 332

Tunbridge, 306

Tunbridge Wells, 304, 309, 313

Twickenham, 5, 125

UNDERWOOD'S ' Historical MSS. ' quoted,

257
Utrecht, 18, 21, 39, 43

VALE Royal, 14

Valliere, La, 192

Vauxhall, New, 304

Vere, Lady, 107

Vere, Lord, 107

Versailles, 109 ; Palace at, 199; replica of,
in a Bavarian lake, 192 ; Treaty of, 401

Very, Count, 109

Vesey, Mr., 39

Vienna threatened by the French army,
205

Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham, 26

Villiers, Harriot, marriage with Robert
Pitt, 12,26 ; mother of Lord Chatham,
12 ; her family, 15 ; returns to France,
15 ; correspondence with her son, 38-
46; death of, 48

Villiers, Lord, 39-41

Voiture, 61

Voltaire's ' Candide ' referred to, 451

WADDINGTON, Richard, ' Louis XV. et le
Renversement des Alliances' referred
to, 401

Waldegrave, Lady Betty, 108, 109

Waldegrave, James, Earl, procures Pitt
letters of introduction at Paris, 70 ; on
the character of George II., 194, 195 ;
on Sir Thomas Robinson, 345 ; negoti-
ates for Fox to enter the Cabinet,
366-8 ; ' Correspondence ' referred to,
359, 364

Waldegrave, John, Earl, 109

Waller, 224, 236 ; appointed Cofferer, 237

Walpole, Horace, 2nd Earl of Orford (son
of Sir Robert Walpole), 283, 412

Walpole, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford
(brother of Sir Robert Walpole), his
kinship with Lord Hervey, 197 ; affec-



Walpole, Horace Continued

tion for Lord Camelford, 19 ; as a
gossip, 352 ; on Thomas Pitt, 18 j
charge against Betty Pitt, 49 ; re Ann
Pitt, 53, 54, 92, 116, 125-7 ; on Pitt's
behaviour to his sisters, 50 ; on the
Grenvilles, 133, 137, 139, 140; on
George II., 193; on Pitt's speeches,
392, 394, 405, 421, 424, 431, 434-5, 438,
441 ; his admiration for Pitt, 341, 493,
503; on Pitt's impatience for office,
244 ; on Pitt's change of opinion, 288 7
on Pitt's sudden illness, 298 ; on Dr.
Lee's attack on Pitt, 254-5, 268 ; on
Pitt's resentment against the New-
castles, 300, 357 ; his partiality for Fox,.
368 ; on Sir Thomas Robinson's ap-
pointment, 344 ; on Lyttelton, 413 ;
on Lord Wilmington, 179 ; opposes
Saxon subsidy, 289 ; on the Bath
Ministry, 250 ; on the loss of
Minorca, 452, 457 ; on the American
war ; on the scheme of the Notables,
480-1 ; letter to Bentley, 344.

Walpole, Horace, ' Memoirs of the Reign
of George III.,' quotations from, 92,
140, 268, 359, 367, 370, 374, 394-5 r
462, 467, 469, 478-81.

Walpole, Sir Robert, 1st Earl of Orford,
character of, 132, 144, 146, 254 ; his
love for sport, 147 ; his relations with
George II., 196, 219 ; on the political
character of George II., 194 ; his rela-
tions with Pitt, 74, 75, 158-60, 170, 178,
186, 187 ; his attitude towards the
Prince of Wales, 152, 157 ; his attitude
towards Newcastle, 175-7 ; supports
Pelham, 314-15 ; his policy regarding
Spain, 145, 167, 169, 201; on the
Army, 164 ; on the Secessions, 168 ;
supports Maria Theresa, 203 ; favours
the Hanoverian vote, 225 ; speech on
threatened landing of the Pretender,
227 ; temporary resignation of, 179 ;
inquiry into administration of, 184 ;
punishment of, 183 ; succeeded by
Lord Carteret, 205 ; fall of, 148, 149,
171-3, 178, 505, 506 ; resignation of,
and papers burnt by his brother
Horace, 172 ; impeachment of, 473 ;
illness and death of, 228, 229 ; com-
pared with Pitt and Peel, 230-2;
' Memoirs of Sir Robert Walpole,' see
Coxe, William

Walpole, Thomas, purchases Hayes, 310

Washington, George, General, 350, 397

Webster, Sir Whistler, 305

West, Gilbert, 304, 307, 309, 492; his
house at Wickham, 356



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West, Molly, 352
Westminster, Treaty of, 401
Westminster School, 359
Westphalia, 306 ; Treaty of, 286
Whately, Mr., 'Observations on Modern

Gardening,' 309
Wickhara, Chatham's honeymoon spent

at, 356

Wilberforce, William, 261
Wilhelmine, Princess of Prussia, after-
wards Margravine of Bareith, 151
Wilkes, John, 136, 358, 359, 491
Wilkins' ' Political Ballads,' 298
William III., indifference to England, 198,

199 ; Pitt's story of his coming, 276
Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury, 174 ;

lampoon on Pitt, 235 ; Works of,'

quoted, 211, 235, 465
Wilmington, Lord, 179, 216, 217, 314, 505
Wilton, Joseph, 490
Wiltshire, lands purchased in, 6
Wimbledon, Duchess of Marlborough's

estate at, 234
Windsor, 156
-* Wingfield MSS.' quoted, 343, 359, 474,

485



Winnington, Thomas, 250, 254

Wood, ^Robert, * Essay on the Original

Genius of Homer ' quoted, 182
Worms, Treaty of, 208, 225
Wotton, residence of George Grenville,

113, 352, 354

Wyndham, Baron, 148, 254
Wynn, Sir Watkin, 224



YARMOUTH, Lady, 280, 388, 481 ; and
George II., 193, 371, 464; mistress of
George II., 465 ; and Pitt, 108-10, 263,
464, 472 ; Fox solicits her influence to
obtain a peerage, 296 ; and Fox's over-
tures with the King, 341 ; her utter-
ance regarding, 461

Yonge, Lady, 240

Yorke, Charles, 371, 372 ; interview with
Chatham, 373

Yorke, Joseph, 185

Yorke, Philip, see Hardwicke, Earl of



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