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letter to, 159

Harrison, Mr. James Bower, letters to, 132, 136

Hat, a Leghorn, 157

Hazlett, Mr. William, 259

Higgins, Mr., 165, 166

Hillard, Mr., 42

Hills, Mr., 274

Hodgson, Dr., 97;
letters to, 93, 95

Hogarth, Mr., 2

Hogarth, George, 20;
letter to, 5

Hogarth, Georgina, 51, 154, 196, 210, 215, 219, 221, 228, 244, 256, 258

Hogarth, Mary, 6-9, 11, 20, 50

Hogarth, Mrs., letters to, 6, 20, 50

Holland House, 178

Home, thoughts of, 29;
a welcome to, 255

Hood, Mr. Tom, letter to, 43

House of Commons, the, Dickens's opinion of, 181, 194

Howe, Dr., 33, 37

Hugo, Victor, Dickens's opinion of, 91;
and see 283

Hullah, Mr. John, letters to, 1-3

Hunt, Mr. Leigh, 13, 95, 97-100, 259

Hyde Park, closing of, by the Government in 1869, 289


Ireland, Mr. Alexander; see Letters

Ireland, Dickens on, 279;
in 1869, 288;
land tenure in, 289

Irish Church, the, the Disestablishment of, 279

Irving, Mr. Washington, 47, 247;
letters to, 21, 27, 178

Italian patriots, Dickens on, 191

Italy, visions of holiday life in, 66;
proposed visit to, 66, 68;
Dickens in, 70-78, 145-158;
the Peschiere Palace at Genoa in, 153;
a bath at Naples in, 155


Jerrold, Mr. Douglas, 98, 101, 118

"John Acland," by the Hon. Robert Lytton, 284, 286

Jolly, Miss Emily, letters to, 173, 175, 181, 183, 283

Jones, Mr. Ebenezer, letter to, 68


Keeley, Mr. and Mrs., 87

Kenny, Mr. J., letter to, 177

Kent, Mr. C., 260

Kent, Dickens's affection for, 15

"Kentish Coronal, The," 15

King, Mr. Joseph C., letter to, 109

King, Miss, letters to, 162, 164

"King Arthur," Dickens's opinion of Lord Lytton's poem of, 107

King David, a profane, 73

Knowles, Mr. James Sheridan, 104;
letter to, 92


"Lady of Lyons, The," Dickens on the proposed opera of, 211;
Fechter in, 234, 240

Landor, Mr. Walter, 77

Langley, Mr., 97

Lanman, Mr. Charles, letter to, 247

Lausanne, friends in, 143

Layard, Mr. Austen Henry, 169, 289;
and see Letters

Layard, Mrs., 274

Leech, Mr. John, 101, 118

Lehmann, Mr. Frederic, 199, 223

Lemon, Mr. Mark, 101, 114, 118, 119, 122, 123

Lemon, Mrs., 114

Leslie, R.A., Mr., 176, 178

LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENS TO:
Adams, Mr. H. G., 15, 208
Anonymous, 229
Austin, Mr. Henry, 130
Austin, Mrs., 214
Babbage, Mr. Charles, 69
Baylis, Mr., 212
Blessington, the Countess of, 17, 65, 70, 74, 75, 89
Bowring, Sir John, 193, 295
Boyle, Miss Mary, 220
Browning, Mr. Robert, 227
Buckstone, Mr., 296
Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton, 62;
and see Lytton, Sir Edward Bulwer, and Lytton, Lord
Chapman, Mr. Edward, 14, 91
Chapman, Mr. Frederic, 294
Chappell, Mr. Tom, 279
Chorley, Mr. Henry F., 190, 213, 216, 222, 231
Clark, Mr. L. Gaylord, 19
Clarke, Mrs. Cowden, 103, 106, 108, 123, 136, 188
Collins, Mr. Wilkie, 171
Dickens, Alfred, 299
Dickens, Mrs. Charles, 142, 145, 149, 153, 154
Eden, the Hon. Miss, 128
Fechter, Mr. Charles, 244, 254
Felton, Professor, 24, 28, 32, 35, 38, 46, 52, 59
Fields, Mr. James T., 232, 236, 249, 252, 260, 268, 270, 290
Fields, Mrs. James T., 255
Forster, Mr. John, 165, 225
Forster, Mrs. John, 273
Fox, Mr. W. J., 84
Frith, R.A., Mr. W. P., 188
Gaskell, Mrs., 159
Gibson, Mrs. Milner, 205
Grew, Mr. Frederick, 158
Harley, Mr. J. P., 13
Harness, Rev. W., 159
Harrison, Mr. James Bower, 132, 136
Hodgson, Dr., 93, 95
Hogarth, Mr. George, 5
Hogarth, Mrs., 6, 20, 50
Hood, Mr. Tom, 43
Hullah, Mr. John, 1-3
Ireland, Mr. Alexander, 97-99, 104, 112, 259
Irving, Mr. Washington, 21, 27, 178
Jolly, Miss Emily, 173, 175, 181, 183, 283
Jones, Mr. Ebenezer, 68
Kenny, Mr. J., and Ross, Mr. T., 177
King, Mr. Joseph C., 109
King, Miss, 162, 164
Knowles, Mr. James Sheridan, 92
Lanman, Mr. Charles, 247
Layard, Mr. Austen Henry, 132, 194, 274, 290
Lytton, Hon. Robert, 230, 281, 286
Lytton, Lord, 228, 234, 240, 241, 293;
see also Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton, and Lytton, Sir Edward Bulwer
Lytton, Sir Edward Bulwer, 88, 102, 107, 113, 114, 116, 117, 121,
122, 125, 133, 180, 198-200, 204, 207, 209-211, 220;
see also Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton, and Lytton, Lord
Mackay, Mr. Charles, 295
Malleson, Mrs., 197
Millais, R.A., Mr. J. E., 263
Mitton, Mr., 125
Morgan, Captain, 176, 195
Napier, Mr. Macvey, 43, 57, 78, 83
Olliffe, Lady, 205
Olliffe, Miss, 275
Pease, Mrs., 248
Phillips, Mr. Henry W., 231
Procter, Mr. B. W., 208
Procter, Mrs., 223
Robinson, Rev. Thomas, 16
Ross, Mr. R. M., 226
Rusden, Mr., 228, 265, 278, 281, 287, 289, 297
Rye, Mr. W. B., 224
Sammins, Mr. W. L., 12
Serle, Mr., 263
Smith, Mr. Albert, 186
Smith, Mr. Arthur, 187
Smith, Mr. H. P., 82
Stone, Mr. Frank, 129, 179
Sturgis, Mr. Russell, 267, 272
Thackeray, Mr. W. M., 165
Thompson, Mr., 16, 64, 66, 67, 81, 85
Thornbury, Mr. Walter, 239
White, Rev. James, 141, 160
Wills, Mr. W. H., 137, 140, 161, 218, 219
Winter, Mrs., 167, 170

Lewes, Mr., 101

"Lighthouse, The," production of, at the Olympic, 172

"Lirriper, Mrs.," 218

Liverpool, meeting of the Mechanics' Institute at, 64;
theatricals at, 96, 98

_London_, the, wreck of, 225

Longfellow, Mr., 33, 39, 42, 62, 260, 261

Longman, Mr., 293

Lumley, Mr., 86

Lytton, Sir Edward Bulwer; see Letters;
see also Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton, and Lytton, Lord

Lytton, Lord; see Letters

Lytton, Hon. Robert, letters to, 230, 284, 286


Mackay, Mr. Charles, letter to, 295

Maclise, R.A., Mr. Daniel, 30, 36, 39, 42, 47, 54, 55, 77, 86

Macready, Mr. W., 25, 30, 54, 60, 62, 88, 90, 119, 153, 234

Macready, Miss, 153

Malleson, Mrs., letter to, 197

"Man about Town, The," 45

Manchester, Dickens at, 61;
theatricals at, 96, 98, 105

Manin, M., 192

Mario, Signor, 86

Martin, Captain, 225

"Martin Chuzzlewit," 39, 46, 52, 66

Mazzini, M., 192

"Medical Aspects of Death, The," 132

"Message from the Sea, A," 196

Meyerbeer, M., 172

Millais, R.A., Mr. J. E., 292;
letter to, 263

Mistake, a common, among would-be authors, 229

Mitton, Mr., 9;
letter to, 125

"Modern Greek Songs," 159

Molesworth, Lady, 216

"Money," Dickens on Lord Lytton's play of, 117

Montague, Miss Emmeline, 124

Morgan, Captain, letters to, 176, 195

Morley, Mr., 165, 166

Morpeth, Lord, 57

"Mrs. Tillotson," by Percy Fitzgerald, 228

"Much Ado about Nothing," a captain's views on, 47

Murray, Mr. Leigh, 87


Napier, Mr. Macvey, letters to, 43, 67, 78, 83

Naples, Dickens at, 76

Napoleon the Third, Dickens prophesies the overthrow of, 298

"National Music," Mr. Chorley's lecture on, 213

Nature, Topping, the groom, on, 36

Niagara, the falls of, 76

Nicknames, of Professor Felton, 32;
Dickens's, of himself, 62, 64, 107, 124, 143;
of his son Edward, 158, 281

Normanby, Lord, 86

"No Thoroughfare," the play of, 244, 253, 254, 257

"Not sSo Bad As We Seem," Dickens's opinion of Lord Lytton's comedy
of, 117;
Dickens plays in, 118, 124

Novello, Mr. Alfred, 264

Novello, Miss Sabilla, 264

Novel-writing, Dickens on, 185


"Old Curiosity Shop, The," feeling for, in America, 19

"Oliver Twist," 16;
the reading of the murder from, 268;
effect of the murder reading, 278

Olliffe, Sir J., 186, 187

Olliffe, Lady, 187;
letter to, 205

Olliffe, Miss, letter to, 275

Osgood, Mr., 234

"Our London Correspondent," Dickens on, 112

"Our Mutual Friend," 218, 221

Oyster cellars out of season, 31

Oysters, 26, 35


Paris, Dickens in, 85, 89;
the drama in, 90

Pease, Mrs., letter to, 248

Phillips, Mr. Henry W., letter to, 231

Pickthorn, Dr., 10

Picnic, a, in Kent, 260

Political Life, Dickens's opinion of, 222

Political meetings, Dickens on, 287

Poole, Mr., 85, 100

Portrait of Dickens, by Frith, 188

Power, Miss, 66, 74, 91

Prescott, Dickens's admiration for, 61

Prince Consort, the, 123

Prince of Wales, the, 296

Prisons, Dickens on discipline in, 138

Pritchard the poisoner, 221

Procter, Mr. B. W., 253, 260;
letter to, 208

Procter, Mrs., 179, 223, 260

Procter, Miss Adelaide, 223

Puffery, Dickens's hatred of, 140

Punishment of death, Dickens on the, 78

Purse, a theatrical, 73


Queen, the, Maclise and, 55;
her reception of Longfellow, 261;
and see 119, 121, 123, 299


Rainforth, Miss, 4

Reade, Mr. Charles, 233

Readings, Dickens's public, 208, 227, 230, 231;
the object of the, 230;
the proposed series of, in America, 234;
the labour of the, 238;
farewell series of, 256, 278, 281;
the trial reading of the murder, 268, 276;
effect of the reading of the murder on the audience, 278

Red tape, Dickens on, 176

Reform Bill, Dickens on the, 266

Reform meeting at Drury-lane Theatre, 165

Religion, Dickens on, 17

_Review_, _The North American_, 46;
_The Edinburgh_, 43, 46, 57, 58, 78, 83

Robinson, Mr., 98, 100, 105

Robinson, Rev. Thomas, letter to, 16

Robson, Mr. F., 153, 172

"Roccabella," Dickens's opinion of Mr. Chorley's story of, 190

Roche, the courier, 146

Rogers, Mr. Samuel, 178

Rome, Dickens at, 76

Ross, Mr. John, 9

Ross, Mr. R. M., letter to, 226

Ross, Mr. T., letter to, 177

Royal Exchange, the, fire at, 10

Rusden, Mr.; see Letters

Russell, Mr. George, 218

Russell, Lord John, 172, 288

_Russia_, s.s., the, 249, 276

Rye, Mr. W. B., letter to, 224


Sammins, Mr. W. L., letter to, 12

Sartoris, Mr. and Mrs., 157

_Satirist, The_, 45

Sausage, a questionable, 131

Scheffer, Ary, 192

Schools, Dickens on ragged, 58

Scotland, Dickens's love for the people of, 295

Scott, Sir Walter, extracts from the diary of, 11, 56

Serle, Mr., letter to, 263

Shakespeare, curatorship of house of, 104

Sheridan, 86

"Sketches of Young Gentlemen," by Dickens, 9

Slave-owners, Dickens on, 38

Smith, Mr. Albert, letter to, 186

Smith, Mr. Arthur, 186, 208;
letter to, 187

Smith, Mr. H. P., letter to, 82

Speaking, Dickens on public, 214

Stage-manager, Dickens as a, 29, 100, 127

Stanfield, Mr. Clarkson, 39, 41, 54, 86, 232

Stansbury, Mr., 4

Staplehurst, the railway accident at, 264

Stone, Mr. Frank, 101, 117, 127;
letters to, 129, 179

"Strange Story, A," Dickens's criticism on, 198, 204, 207, 210

"Studies of Sensation and Event," 69

Sturgis, Mr. Russell, letters to, 267, 272

Sumner, Mr., 42, 62

Sunday bands, 177

"Sunday under Three Heads," by Charles Dickens, 9

Switzerland, expedition to, 142-145;
ascent of the Mer de Glace, 142;
a hot bath in, 144;
passage of the Simplon, 146;
travellers in, 147;
carriages in, 147

Sympathy, letters of, 19, 20, 170, 275


Tavistock House, 130

Temple, the, Dickens becomes a student at, 14

Tennent, Sir Emerson, 154, 273, 274

Tennent, Lady, 154

Thackeray, Mr. W. M., letter to, 165

Theatricals, in America, 28;
Dickens as a stage-manager, 29;
for the benefit of Leigh Hunt, 95, 97, 98, 100, 101, 103;
for the endowment of a curatorship of Shakespeare's house, 104;
reminiscences of, 106;
at Knebworth, 113, 114, 116;
for the Guild of Literature, 118-128, 133-135;
at Tavistock House, 179

Thompson, Mr.; see Letters

Thompson, Mrs., 82

Thompson, Miss Elizabeth, 85

Thornbury, Mr. Walter, letter to, 239

Topham, Mr., 123

Topping, the groom, on nature, 36

Townshend, Mr., 161

Tracey, Lieutenant, 77

Travers, Mr., 166


"Uncommercial Traveller, The," 270, 276

"United Vagabonds, The," 34


Venice, Dickens at, 72

Verona, Dickens at, 71

Vesuvius, Dickens's ascent of, 76

"Village Coquettes," Braham's opinion of Dickens's opera of, 2;
Harley's opinion of, 3

"Visits to Rochester," 224


Waistcoats, Dickens's fondness for bright, 150

Waterfall, a, as a stage effect, 254, 258

Watson, Dr., 280

White, Rev. James, letters to, 141, 160

White, Mrs., 142

"Wilds of America," 247

Wills, Mr. W. H., 159, 175, 180, 253, 261, 271, 283;
and see Letters

Wilmot, Mr., 124

Wilson, Sir John, 37

Winter, Mrs., letters to, 167, 170

"Woodland Gossip," Dickens's criticism on, 220

Work, Dickens at, 168, 185

"Working Man's Life, The," 99


Young, Mr., 155


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