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INDEX

Aberdare, Lord (Henry Austin Bruce), home secretary (1868), ii. 644;
on Collier affair, ii. 385;
on Ewelmcase, ii. 387;
Licensing bill of, ii. 389-390;
on _Alabama_ case, ii. 409 _note_;
on Irish University bill, ii. 439;
Gladstone's appreciation of, ii. 462;
president of the council (1873), ii. 463 _note_, 645;
describes last cabinet meeting (1874), ii. 497;
otherwise mentioned, ii. 421, 504; iii. 386.

- - papers, extract from, on position in 1872, ii. 389.

Aberdeen, Gladstone presented with freedom of, ii. 378.

Aberdeen, 4th Earl of: -
_Chronology_ - on Wellington's anti-reform speech, i. 69;
Gladstone's visit to (1836), i. 137;
at Canada meeting, i. 641;
party meetings, i. 239;
on Maynooth resignation, i. 273;
Gladstone's relations with, i. 280;
estimate of Peel, i. 283;
on Peel's eulogium of Cobden, i. 292;
on freedom in official position, i. 298;
home and foreign policy of, contrasted, i. 367;
learns Gladstone's views of Neapolitan tyranny, i. 390, 393-395;
on Don Pacifico case, i. 395;
Gladstone's Letters to, i. 392, 394 _and note_, 396, 398, 399
_note 2_, 400, 401 _note 3_, 641, 642;
views on papal aggression question, i. 405, 407;
asked to form a government (1851), i. 405 _and note_;
leader of Peelites, i. 408;
Reform bill of (1852), ii. 238;
attitude of, towards first Derby administration, i. 417,
419, 429;
on Gladstone's attitude towards Disraeli, i. 432;
on possible heads for Peelite government, i. 443;
Irish attitude towards, i. 444;
undertakes to form a government, i. 445;
Gladstone's budget, i. 464-466;
letter to Prince Albert on Gladstone's speech, i. 468;
letter to Gladstone, i. 469;
attitude towards Turkey in 1828, i. 480;
Crimean war, preliminary negotiations, i. 481-484, 487, 490;
on Gladstone's Manchester speech, i. 483;
on effect of Crimean war, i. 484;
suggests retirement, i. 491-492;
opposes postponement of Reform bill, i. 648;
regrets of, regarding the war, i. 494, 536-537;
defeat of, ii. 653;
Gladstone's consultations with, in ministerial crisis (1855),
i. 526, 530-535;
on position of premier, ii. 416;
Gladstone's projected letters to, on Sebastopol committee,
i. 542 _note_;
discourages Gladstone's communicating with Derby, i. 556;
Lewis's budget, i. 560;
Divorce bill, i. 570;
Conspiracy bill, i. 575;
approves Gladstone's refusals to join Derby, i. 578, 586;
uneasiness regarding Gladstone's position, i. 581;
Gladstone's visit to, i. 594;
discourages Ionian project, i. 595;
desires closer relations between Gladstone and government,
i. 596;
Arthur Gordon's letter to, i. 604;
Bright's visit to, i. 626 _note 2_;
death of, ii. 87.
Foreign influence of, i. 392, 529;
foreign estimate of, ii. 351; iii. 321.
Gladstone's estimate of, i. 124, 393, 417; ii. 87, 639-644;
his estimate of Gladstone, i. 613; ii. 170, 203;
Gladstone's letters to, i. 425-426, 429, 463, 549; ii. 3.
Palmerston contrasted with, i. 530.
Patience of, with colleagues' quarrels, i. 520;
loyalty to colleagues, ii. 639-640.
Sobriquet of, i. 177.
Trustfulness of, i. 197; ii. 113, 640, 642-643,
Otherwise mentioned, i. 139, 142 _note_, 270, 293, 294, 367,
420, 437, 458, 460, 482 _note_, 520, 539, 543, 548, 584;
ii. 184, 194; iii. 228.

Aberdeen, 7th Earl of, iii. 385, 517.

Abeken, H., ii. 332-333 _and note_.

Abercromby, Sir Ralph, iii. 314.

Abolition, _see_ slave-holding.

Acland, A. H. D., iii. 495 _and note_.

- - Arthur, i. 54, 59 _note_, 74.

- - Sir H. W., iii. 421.

- - Sir Thomas, member of W E G, i. 59 _note_;
brotherhood formed by Gladstone and, i. 99;
advice to Gladstone on Jewish disabilities question, i. 376;
correspondence with Gladstone on popular discontent, ii. 172-174;
on Gladstone's position (1867), ii. 227;
otherwise mentioned, i. 54, 74, 148;
ii. 280, 430, 431;
iii, 495.

Act of Uniformity bill (1872), ii. 410.

Acton, Lord, recommended by Gladstone for a peerage, ii. 430;
correspondence with Gladstone on Vaticanism, ii. 509, 511, 515,
519-521;
compared with Döllinger, ii. 558;
letter on Gladstone's proposed retirement, iii. 172;
elected fellow of All Souls', iii. 421;
Gladstone's letters to, i. 481, 628; ii. 1, 214;
iii. 355-359, 413-416, 422, 456, 457, 544;
criticism of Gladstone, iii. 360-361;
otherwise mentioned, ii. 254, 617;
iii. 103, 351, 462.

Adam, W. P., commissioner of public works, ii. 463 _note_;
supports Gladstone's Midlothian candidature, ii. 584-585;
otherwise mentioned, ii. 586, 602, 620.

Adams, Charles Francis (American minister), hints withdrawal,
ii. 80 and _note 2_, 83;
Evarts coadjutor to, ii. 189;
breakfasts with Gladstone, ii. 212-213;
on _Alabama_ case, ii. 395-396;
work on the arbitration board, ii. 411-412.

Adderley, C. B., quoted, i. 362 _note 2_.

Adullamites, ii. 205, 211, 224, 225.

Advertisements, tax on, i. 459, 462 _and note_.

Affirmation bill (1883), i. 414 _note_; iii. 14, 18-20,
107 note, 312.

Afghanistan: -
Cavagnari in, iii. 151.
Reversal of conservative policy in, iii. 10.
Russian action in (1885), iii. 178, 183-185, 208 _note_.
War with, ii. 583;
Gladstone's references to, ii. 592, 595.

Africa South: -
Cape Colony -
Dutch sympathy in, with Transvaal, iii. 39-40 _and note 2_,
42 _note 2_, 43.
Representatives from, on South African situation, iii. 33.
Cape of Good Hope petition, ii. 545.
Confederation scheme, iii. 22-24, 31.
Frere in, iii. 2, 6.
Native affairs in, committee on, i. 358.
Orange Free State -
Advice from, iii. 32-33.
Sympathy in with Transvaal, iii. 39-40 _and note 2_, 43.
Transvaal -
Administration of, by Great Britain, iii. 31 _and note 1_.
Annexation of (1877), iii. 25;
Boer resistance to annexation, iii. 25-26, 31;
Gladstone's attitude towards, iii. 27;
Hartington's attitude to, iii. 27.
Cabinet abstentions on division regarding, iii. 35.
Commission suggested by Boers, iii. 35;
suggestion accepted, iii. 36 _and note 1_, 40;
constitution of commission, iii. 41;
Boer requests regarding, refused, iii. 41;
parliamentary attack on appointment, iii. 41-42;
Boer attitude towards, iii. 44;
Pretoria convention concluded by, iii. 44-45.
Conventions with, iii. 45 _and note_.
Forces in, iii. 31, _note 2_.
Midlothian reference to (1879), ii. 595;
(1885), iii. 248.
Misrepresentations regarding Boers, iii. 31.
Native struggles with Boers in, iii. 24.
Rising of, iii. 31-32;
course of hostilities, iii. 34-37;
armistice, iii. 39.
Self-government promised to, iii. 25, 28 _and note 2_, 29,
30 _and note 2_;
promises evaded, iii. 30, 33.
W. H. Smith's view of proceedings in, ii. 601.
Suzerainty question, iii. 45 _and note_.
Sympathy with, from South African Dutch, iii. 39-40 _and
note 2_, 42 _note 2_, 43.

Ailesbury, Lord, ii. 556.

Airey, Sir Richard, i. 651.

_Alabama_ claims -
Arbitration accepted on, ii. 405.
Gladstone's views on, ii. 394, 396-397, 406, 409, 538.
Indirect damages claimed by Sumner, ii. 399, 406-412.
Mixed commission proposed to deal with, ii. 397;
refused by United States, ii. 398;
accepted, ii. 400;
constitution of, ii. 400-401;
work of, ii. 401-405.
Origin of, ii. 393-394.
Parliamentary anxieties regarding, ii. 390.
Soreness regarding, ii. 392.

Albania, i. 605-608.

Albert, Prince, speeches at Suppression of Slave Trade meeting,
i. 227;
on Peel's retirement, i. 293;
presented with Gladstone's translation of _Farini_, i. 403 _note_;
Gladstone's budget submitted to, i. 464;
on Gladstone's budget speech, i. 469;
unpopularity of, ii. 426, 652;
views on Roebuck committee, i. 537;
estimate of Gladstone, ii. 28;
on _Trent_ affair, ii. 74;
on Danish question, ii. 93, 102;
death of, ii. 89;
Gladstone's estimate of, ii. 90-91;
effect of his death on Gladstone's relations with the Queen,
ii. 91;
statue to, at Aberdeen, ii. 100;
otherwise mentioned, i. 242, 274, 541; ii. 14, 92.

Albert Victor, Prince, iii. 322.

Alderson, Baron, i. 381.

Alfred, Prince, ii. 98, 99, 105.

Alexander II., Emperor of Russia, ii. 499.

Alexander III., Emperor of Russia, iii. 116, 117.

Alexandretta, project to seize, ii. 573.

Alexandria, English and French fleets at, iii. 79;
bombardment of, iii. 81, 84, 85.

Alice, Princess, _see_ Louis.

All the Talents ministry, i. 446.

Allon, Dr., ii. 134-135, 255, 458.

Alsace, annexation of, ii. 346-348.

Althorp, Viscount, Gladstone's first intercourse with, i. 101;
dissuades Howick from moving for papers on Vreedenhoop, i. 105;
views on Ashley's factory proposals, i. 106;
Cobbett snubbed by, i. 114;
contrasted with Russell, i. 118;
action of, on tithe collection, i. 133;
Grey opposed by, i. 430;
otherwise mentioned, i. 103, 115, 649; ii. 436; iii. 503.

America: -
British North, ii. 607.
Canada, _see that title_.
United States, _see that title_.

American civil war, _see under_ United States.

Annuities bill, ii. 52-53, 125.

Anonymous articles by Gladstone, ii. 345 _note 1_; iii. 415.

Anson, Sir W. (warden of All Souls'), iii. 421.

Anstice, Prof., i. 55-56, 58, 59 _note_, 65, 74, 162, 134.

Antonelli, Cardinal, ii. 215.

_Antony and Cleopatra_ at Drury Lane, ii. 476.

Aosta, Duke of, ii. 327.

Appointments and honours, Gladstone's care in selections for,
ii. 428; iii. 97.

Arabi, iii. 73, 80, 83, 85-86.

Arbitration in _Alabama_ case, ii. 405, 411-412;
soreness at award, ii. 392, 413.

Arbuthnot, George, i. 519; ii. 182, 193.

Argyll, Duke of, on presbyterian view of a church, i. 158 _note_;
attitude towards Gladstone's budget, i. 466;
on postponement of Reform bill, i. 648;
attitude towards French treaty scheme, ii. 22;
on Paper Duties bill, ii. 33, 37;
ecclesiastical views, ii. 37;
supports Gladstone on estimates struggle, ii. 140;
views on Danish question, ii. 192;
advises dissolution on Reform bill, ii. 209;
in Rome, ii. 217;
the pope's estimate of, ii. 218;
views on annexation of Alsace and Lorraine, ii. 347;
on _Alabama_ case, ii. 403;
views on Gladstone's retirement, ii. 505;
views on J. S. Mill memorial, ii. 543;
on Bulgarian question, ii. 552;
Hawarden, ii. 582;
Indian secretary (1868), ii. 644;
lord privy seal (1880), ii. 653;
letter to Gladstone on outside influence, iii. 4;
views on Transvaal commission, iii. 41;
divergence of views from Chamberlain's, iii. 48-49;
resignation, ii. 654; iii. 90;
on Disturbance Compensation bill, iii. 113;
on franchise disagreement (1884), iii. 127;
suggested to effect conference between leaders on Franchise
bill, i. 135;
letter to Gladstone on election address, iii. 220-221;
views on Carnarvon's interview with Parnell, iii. 229 _note 1_;
on Irish situation, iii. 280-281;
refuses Gladstone's invitation to birthday dinner, iii. 322;
on land question, iii. 477;
Gladstone's letters to, i. 652; ii. 45, 73, 76, 288-290, 295,
462, 475, 500, 520, 524, 563, 564, 615, 636;
otherwise mentioned, i. 420, 492, 495, 536, 539, 624, 635-636;
ii. 47 _notes_; ii. 72, 183, 212, 459, 504, 644.

Aristotle, i. 131, 207 _note 2_.

Armellini, iii. 464.

Armenian atrocities, iii. 521, 522.

Armitstead, George, iii. 463 _and note_, 493, 525, 533.

Armstrong, E. J., ii. 195 _and note_.

Army: -
Cardwell's work for, ii. 359.
Commander-in-chief, position of in Parliament, ii. 362, 649.
Estimates for (1874), ii. 483.
Purchase abolished, ii. 361-365.
Short service system, ii. 626, 649.
War office, qualifications for, ii. 649.

Arnold, Matthew, views of, on _Peter Bell_, i. 220;
appointment sought by, ii. 540;
views on copyright, ii. 541;
poem on his father, iii. 483;
estimate of Wordsworth, iii. 448;
on Christianity, iii. 520.

Arnold, Dr. T., sermons of, read by Gladstone, i. 100, 135;
view of the church, i. 158;
attitude towards Newman, i. 165;
on Gladstone's first book, i. 176;
on Jerusalem bishopric, i. 308;
M. Arnold's poem on, iii. 483.

- - Mrs. T., iii. 358.

Ashley, Lord, on factory legislation, i. 106;
on Jerusalem bishopric, i. 308, 309;
votes against Gladstone at Oxford, i. 333.

- - Evelyn, ii. 51 and _note_, 153, 154, 252.

Asquith, H. H., iii. 495 _note_.

Athenæum Club, ii. 174.

Athens, i. 605; iii. 91.

Attwood, Thomas, i. 114 _note_.

Augustenburg, Duke of, ii. 116, 580.

Augustine, Saint, i. 117, 161, 207 _note 2; ii. 544.

d'Aumale, Duc, ii. 190.

Austin, Charles, i. 229; iii. 464.

Australia, convict transportation to, i. 359 _and note_.

Austria: -
Alliance with, Gladstone's view of, i. 546.
Berlin memorandum, ii. 549.
Berlin treaty obligation, attitude towards (1880), iii. 9.
Black Sea provisions of Treaty of Paris disapproved by, ii. 350.
Bosnia and Herzegovina transferred to, ii. 576; iii. 82.
Confusion in policy of, ii. 120.
Danubian provinces, quasi-independence of, opposed by, ii. 3.
Eastern question, attitude towards, ii. 549, 571.
Egyptian question, attitude towards, iii. 80, 82.
Excessive expenditure, effects of, ii. 53.
France, peace with, Lord Elcho's motion on, ii. 19 _note 2_
expects aid from, ii. 337;
alliance sought by (1870), ii. 323;
efforts to avert Franco-Prussian war, ii. 326;
neutrality during the war, ii. 344.
Ionian Islands despatch, attitude towards, i. 601.
Italy, tyranny in and war with, i. 390-402, 618, 620 _note 3_;
ii. 6 _et seq._, 641.
Midlothian references to, iii. 8.
Prussia - attitude of, i. 489;
war with, ii. 115, 210 _note_, 214.
Russia - policy towards, i. 488;
hostility of, ii. 4.
Sadowa, defeat at, ii. 115.
Slowness of, ii. 4.
Tariff negotiations with, i. 267.

Ayrton, A. S., ii. 460-461, 463-464, 651.

d'Azeglio, ii. 17.


Bach's passion music, ii. 582.

Bacon, Lord, cited, ii. 30.

Badeley, - - , i. 380 _note 2_.

Bagehot, W., ii. 62.

Baker, Sir Samuel, iii. 145 _note 2_, 161.

Balfour, A. J., Gladstone's communications with, on Irish
situation, iii. 259, 284;
Irish secretary, iii. 374;
on Irish rents, iii. 374;
compared to Halifax, iii. 378;
Irish administration of, iii. 378-379;
Mitchelstown, iii. 381-382;
on adverse bye-elections, iii. 427;
defends Irish policy at Newcastle, i. 428;
replies to Gladstone, iii. 490;
moves vote of censure on Irish administration, iii. 501;
tribute to Gladstone, iii. 510, 530.

Ball, Dr., ii. 264, 269.

Ballot, Gladstone's opposition to (1833), i. 99, 106;
his later views (1870-71), ii. 367-368;
recommended by committee, ii. 367;
government bill (1870), ii. 368-369;
results of, ii. 370.

Balmoral, Gladstone's visits to, ii. 97-106;
Queen's fondness for, ii. 426.

Bangor, bishopric of, i. 260 _note 1_.

Bank Charter Act (1833), iii. 300.

- - of England, Gladstone in conflict with, i. 518-519, 650-651.

Bankruptcy bill (1883), iii. 112.

Banks, abolition of private notes of, desired by Gladstone,
ii. 650-651.

_Baptist_, Chamberlain's article in, iii. 367 _and note 2_.

Baring, Bingham, ii. 534.

- - Sir E., administration of, iii. 119;
advises abandonment of Soudan, iii. 147;
agrees on fitness of Gordon for the work, iii. 149;
warns Granville of difficulties, iii. 149, 151;
telegram to, approved by Gladstone, iii. 150;
procures nomination of Gordon as governor-general of Soudan for
evacuation, iii. 152;
gives him an executive mission, iii. 153;
Gordon's request to, regarding Zobeir, iii. 155;
supports request, iii. 157;
forbids Gordon's advance to Equatoria, iii. 162;
advises immediate preparations for relief of Gordon, iii. 163;
position of, iii. 179;
advises abandonment of Khartoum expedition, iii. 180.

- - Sir Francis, Macaulay and Gladstone contrasted by, i. 192-193;
in whig opposition, i. 420 _and note 1_;
estimate of the coalition, i. 449-450 _and note 1_;
refuses to succeed Gladstone, i. 539.

- - T., i. 417.

Barker, Mr., i. 341, 345.

Barrow, ii. 536; iii. 467 _note_.

Bassetlaw election (1890), iii. 452.

Bath, Lord, ii. 617.

Bathurst, Lord, i. 142 _note_.

Baxter, W. E., ii. 463 _note_.

Beach, Sir M. Hicks, colonial secretary, iii. 26;
negotiations with Hartington on Franchise bill, iii. 134, 136;
moves amendment on budget (1885), iii. 200, 206;
views on Spencer's Irish policy, iii. 213;
in debate on the address, iii. 285;
gives notice regarding Irish bill, iii. 287;
on Collings' amendment, iii. 288;
on suggestion of withdrawal of Home Rule bill after second
reading, iii. 334;
speech on night of the division, iii. 337-338;
Irish secretary (1886), iii. 362;
denounces Parnell's bill, iii. 369;
repudiates policy of blackmail, iii. 369, 373;
retires from secretaryship, iii. 374.

Beaconsfield, Earl of (Benjamin Disraeli): -
_Chronology_ - Views on slavery, i. 104-105;
Gladstone's first meeting with, i. 122;
on free trade, i. 265;
on Gladstone's Maynooth resignation, i. 279;
taunts Peel with inconsistency, i. 286;
on Peel's party relations, i. 289;
young England group of, i. 304-305;
motion on agricultural distress (1850), i. 354;
supported by Gladstone, i. 354-356;
on Cobden, i. 352;
view of the colonies, i. 361;
Don Pacifico debate, i. 368-369;
Peel's forecast regarding, i. 374;
on Ecclesiastical Titles bill, i. 414;
in Derby's cabinet (1852), i. 416;
on protection (1852), i. 425, 428;
Aylesbury speeches, i. 428-429, 452;
combination of, with Palmerston suggested, i. 431;
attitude towards Peel, i. 432;
on free trade, i. 432;
Herbert's speech against, i. 433, 435 _and note_;
budget of (1852), i. 435-440, 459;
defeat of, on house duty (1852), iii. 203 _note 2_;
acceptance of defeat, i. 441-442;
remark on coalition government, i. 446;
correspondence with Gladstone on valuation of furniture,
i. 457-458;
opposes Gladstone's attempted operation on national debt,
i. 472-473;
on Oxford reform, i. 507-508;
willing to yield leadership of Commons to Palmerston, i. 525;
views on Derby's failure to form a ministry, i. 527-528;
leadership of Commons by, discussed, i. 552, 555;
overtures to Genl. Peel, i. 555;
Derby's relations with, i. 555, 561;
conversant of Derby's communications with Gladstone, i. 559;
on Lewis' budget, i. 560, 561;
denounces China war, i. 564;
on ministerial blundering as occasion for international quarrel,
i. 576;
animosity against, i. 581;
attitude towards Graham, i. 584, 587;
Herbert's alleged attitude towards, i. 585;
letter to Gladstone, i. 586;
conversation with Vitzthum, i. 591 _note_;
remark to Wilberforce regarding Gladstone, i. 591 _note_;
schemes of, regarding government of India, i. 592;
Ionian schemes attributed to, i. 613;
opposes union of the Principalities, ii. 4;
Gladstone's renewed conflicts with, ii. 19;
on Gladstone's efforts for economy, ii. 42;
on excessive expenditure, ii. 48;
estimate of financial statements of, ii. 55;
on Danish question, ii. 118-120;
on Gladstone's franchise pronouncement, ii. 127;
on franchise (1859), ii. 200;
taunts Gladstone on Oxford speech, ii. 203;
on Reform bill (1866), ii. 205;
position in Derby government (1866), ii. 211;
Reform bill of 1867, ii. 223-236;
thirteen resolutions, iii. 300 _note 4_;
cabinet divisions of, iii. 175;
proposals for Ireland, ii. 242;
becomes premier, ii. 244;
on Irish church question, ii. 247;
on the bill, ii. 264, 265 _and note_, 274, 275, 280;
dissolves, ii. 248;
resigns, ii. 252;
on Irish Land bill, ii. 295;
taunts Gladstone on Irish policy, ii. 297;
on Franco-Prussian question, ii. 329, 335;
on crown prerogative, ii. 864;
watchfulness during 1872, ii. 390;
speech at Manchester, ii. 390;
strikes imperialist note, ii. 391;
on _Alabama_ case, ii. 401, 406, 407;
Irish University question, ii. 435, 414;
action during ministerial crisis, ii. 447-450, 452-456;
Brand's view of position of, ii. 456;
letter at Bath election, ii. 475;
on Gladstone's manifesto, ii. 488;
counter manifesto, ii. 488-489;
on the dissolution (1874), ii, 496;
letters from, on his wife's illness and death, ii. 546-547;
refuses adherence to the Berlin memorandum, ii. 549;
created Earl of Beaconsfield, ii. 550;
speech at Lord Mayor's feast, ii. 558;
at Berlin Congress, ii. 575, 577;
attack on Gladstone's eastern policy, ii. 579;
turn of popular feeling against, ii. 594;
election address (1880), ii. 605-606;
reception of defeat (1880), ii. 612;
_Daily Telegraph_ inspired by, ii. 622;
on mediocrity in cabinets, iii. 3;
apprehensions on Ireland, iii. 47;
peers created by, ii. 429 _and note_;
death of - tribute from Gladstone, iii. 89.
Deterioration in public life due to, iii. 475.
Eminence of, iii. 89.
Estimate of, ii. 245; iii. 539.
Gladstone's estimate of, i. 356;
Gladstone's antipathy to, i. 429, 432, 435, 436, 508;
contrasted with Gladstone, ii. 392, 561.
Judaism of, ii. 552-553, 558; iii. 475-476.
Novels of, i. 588.
Penetration of, ii. 122, 392; iii. 539.
Parliamentary courage of, i. 188;
debating method of, ii. 189;
parliamentary wit of, iii. 473.
Turkish sympathies of, ii. 349, 558, 563.
Otherwise mentioned, i. 424, 433, 437, 624, 631; ii. 85 _note 1_,
100, 187, 499, 501, 620; iii. 276, 465.

Beard, C, ii. 544.

Beatrice, Princess, ii. 96.

Beaufort, Duke of, on coalition with Peelites, i. 562.

Bedford, Duke of, ii. 229; iii. 241.

Beer duty, ii. 651; iii. 7, 187, 200.

Bekker, Dr., ii. 99.

Belgium: -
Bismarck's threat to, ii. 330.
Franco-Prussian treaty regarding, ii. 340.
Neutrality of, guaranteed (1870), ii. 341, 580.
Severance of, from Holland, ii. 2.

Benedetti, ii. 330-331, 333 _note_, 340.

Bennett, W. J. E., i. 380 _note 2_.

Benson, Archbishop, iii. 96, 105, 131, 460.

Bentham, Jeremy, i. 82, 144, 156, 200; ii. 60.

Bentinck, Lord George, quarrel with Gladstone, i. 301-302;
protectionist position of, i. 352; iii. 465;
on Irish University bill, ii. 444;
otherwise mentioned, i. 294, 296, 350, 416, 430, 437 _and note_.

Berber, Gordon's arrival at, iii. 155;
Gordon shows Khedive's firman at, iii. 160;
route by, impossible for relieving force, iii. 163;
fall of, iii. 164;
reconnaissance towards, iii. 165;
railway from Suakin to, iii. 178.

Beresford, Lord, required to support Roman Catholic Relief bill,
ii. 649.

- - Major, relations with Disraeli, i. 369;
views on the Peelites, i. 418.

Berlin congress (1878), ii. 575, 577; iii. 82.


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