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Clerical calling, Gladstone's
leanings to, i 81-82, 323-324,
382, 383 ; ii 814-820.

Condition of ( 183 1-1 840), i. 153.

Convocation, revival of, i 796-
797.

Crisis in (1882), ii 337.

Disestablishment — Gladstone's
speech against (1873), ii 65-
66 and note; his attitude
towards (1874), ii 109-110,
780; his views on (1891),
ii. 711; Chamberlain's view
of, ii 465.

Evangelical party in, social re-
forms effected by, i. 156, 163;
Gladstone brought up in, i
159, 208 ; Tractarians in
alliance with, i 167 ; anti-
slavery work of, i 200 note.

Gladstone's position regarding,
ii 781-783.

Gorham case, i. 316, 378-381,
632.

Guizot's views on, ii 146.

Ireland, in, see under Ireland.

Manning's views on outlook for
(1846), i 325.

Orders in, ii. 761.

Palmer's book on, i 162, 167,
168 note 1 .

Poetry in, ii 724.

Preferments in, Gladstone's case
with, ii. 38-41.

Rates, abolition of, i 795.

Ritualism in, ii 109, 122.

Roman versus, Gladstone's views
on, i 317-318,321.

State and— Gladstone's views
on (1846), i 324-326 ; (1857)
i 570; (1865) i 793-797;
growth of ideas on, i. 182-
183 ; views modified by Lady
Hewley case, i. 322; sup-
remacy question, i. 381 ;
Gladstone's view of conces-
sions, i 793 ; conversation at
Biarritz, ii 710-711.

State in its Relation with the
ChurcKThe{l8SS),i. 172,175.

Welsh disestablishment ques-
tion. Chamberlain's article on,
ii. 607 and note 2 ; difficulty of,
ii 711 ; advance of (1892-
94), ii 735.



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Churches — continued.

Distinction of, from state, in

general view, i 155.
Gladstone's interest in, i. 152 ; ii.

115.
Nature of, Gladstone's ideas re-
garding, i. 87-88, 157-159.
Roman : —

Anglioan versus y Gladstone's
yiews on, i 317-318, 321.

Infallibility dogma of, i. 1012 ;
ii. 119-120, 123, 124,128.

Jansenists in, i. 325.

Jesuits of, ii 124.

Neapolitan tyranny connected
with, i. 397.

Old Catholic dissenters from, ii.
119, 121.

Papal aggressionquestion( 1851),
i. 408 ; views on, i. 405-410,
414, 415 and note,

Parnell leadership denounced
by, ii. 688-689.

Proselytising of, i. 822 ; ii. 122.

Religion spoiling morality in, i.
819.

Secession to, by Newman, i.
317; by Miss Helen Glad-
stone, i. 318; by Hope and
Manning, i. 385-387 ; second
great tide of, i. 378 ; Glad-
stone's views on, i. 312,
321 ; Manning's views on, i.
317.

Syllabus (1864) — importance of,
ii. 116 ; influence of, on Irish
legislation, ii. 119; contents
of, ii 124; Gladstone's cor-
respondence with Acton re-
garding, ii 128.

Temporal power, Gladstone's
views on, i 403, 404 ; ii
120-121, 127, 654; Vatican
decrees in relation to, ii. 116,
125, 127.

Ultramontanes v. liberals, ii.
116-117, 119-121; basis of
ultramontanism, ii. 126.

Vatican decrees (1870), ii. 110,

117 et seq. ; in relation to

temporal power, ii 116, 125,

127.

Scottish, establishment question,

U.488, 711.
Churchill, Lady, i 732, 736, 738.
— Lord Randolph, party of, ii.
241, 329, 348 note; on Dutch senti-



ment in South Africa, ii 282 note s ;
on franchise extension in Ireland,
ii. 382 ; on Crimes Act, ii 428-
429 ; revolt of, against * the old
gang,' ii. 440-441 ; on Irish affairs,
ii. 453, 518, 520; on tory pro-
spects after the defeat, ii. 520 ;
on Gladstone's chances of forming
a government (1886), ii 537 ; on
* reconstruction ' of Home Rule
bill, ii. 575 ; chancellor of ex-
chequer, ii. 602; resignation, ii.
603, 605-606 ; Ulster plan of cam-
paign encouraged by, ii 61 1 notr ;
speaks on budget (1887), ii 625 ;
on imprisonment of Irish members,
ii 666; on Gladstone's reply to
Balfour, ii 742.

Churton, E., i 111.

Civil Service reform, i 509-512, 94S-
949 ; ii 807-808.

Clanricarde, Captain, i. 608.

Claremont, i 242, 243.

Clarendon, Earl of, addresses House
of Lords on Irish policy (1850),
ii 451 note; attitude towards
Gladstone's budget, i. 466, 467; on
British policy preceding Crimean
war, i 481, 485; efforts for peace,
i. 487 ; Aberdeen in conflict with,
i. 495 and note 3 ; attitude towards
ecumenical council, ii. 118, 120;
satisfies Aberdeen, i. 535 ; con-
demns Peelites' resignation, i. 542;
on Garibaldi's departure, i. 745;
foreign secretary (1865), i 787
note; the Pope's estimate of, i.
852 ; in Rome, i 856 ; foreign
secretary (1868), i 888; ii. 823 ;
on civil service reform, i 949 ;
foreign policy of, i. 951-952 ; cor-
respondence on reduction of arma-
ments, i. 955-956 ; Alabama case,
ii 5, 7 ; death of (1870), i 95§ ;
ii. 823 ; Gladstone's appreciation
of, ii. 22, 25, 730; Granville's
estimate of, ii 25 ; otherwise
mentioned, i. 481 note, 491,493,
526, 632, 624, 645, 740, 823, 844,
894, 904, 986 ; ii 120, 806.

Clark, Sir Andrew, i 913 ; ii 31, 54,
70, 106, 112, 171,341, 342,399
note, 456, 627, 760.

Clarke, Mr., i 111.

Classical education, Gladstone's view
of, i. 946 ; ii. 825-828.

Clemencean, M., ii. 343.



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Clerk, Sir G., i. 420.
Clifford, W. K., ii. 132.
Closure, nee under Parliament.
Clough, Arthur H., i. 329.
Clowes, Mr.,ii. 160.
Clumber, i. 95, 121, 778.
Clyde, Lord, i. 993.
Coalition government (1853-59), i.
443 et seq. ; cabinet harmony in, i.
495 ; Crimean war's effect on, i.
484, 495, 521.
Coalitions, views on, i. 533.
Cobbett, i. 114, 656.
Cobden, Richard : —

Chronology — free-trade advocacy
of, i. 249, 25 1 ; Peel's eulogium
on, i. 291-293, 295, 296 ; views
on colonial government, i. 362 ;
Don Pacifico debate, i. 368 ; on
Crimean war, ii. 156; unpopu-
larity of, i. 542, 648, 630 ; view
of the eastern question, i. 547 ;
on proceedings in China, i. 563 ;
repulsed at election (1857), i.
564 ; declines to join Palmer-
ston's government, i. 626 ; visit
to Hawarden, i. 652, 654;
French treaty negotiations, i.
654-655, 680, 711 note 3 ; experi-
ence on expenditure committees,
i. 680 ; Gladstone's protest
against being classed with, i.
683 ; ii. 422 ; writes against
American war with England, i.
709 ; on Danish question, i. 752,
753 ; death of, i. 777.
Co-operation, faculty for, i. 189.
Disraeli on, i. 332.
Forster's estimate of, i. 757.
Gladstone's estimate of, i. 239,
249, 291, 292, 296 note, 777,
847 ; Gladstone's confidence in,
i. 562.
Graham's estimate of, i. 296.
Life of, cited, i. 282 and note, 29 1

note 1 .
Originality of, i. 693, 756 ; ii. 779.
Palmerston's view of, i. 367.
Stanley's estimate of, i. 239.
Otherwise mentioned, i. 232, 244,
278, 423, 447, 647, 657, 671,
692, 754, 790,823; ii. 671.

> Club :—

Chamberlain's speech at dinner of

(1883), ii. 352-353.
Gladstone's eulogy of Cobden at
dinner of (1886), i. 847.



Cockburn, Chief Justice, i. 1018 ; ii.
3,20.

Coercion, see under Ireland.

Colborne, Capt., i. 228.

Cole, Mr., i. 59 note, 135.

Colenso, Bishop, i. 316, 802-803,
947.

Coleridge, S. T., i. 159, 167, 176 note.

Lord Chief Justice, recommends

Northcote to Gladstone, i. 333
note 1 ; uneasy regarding Glad-
stone's views, i. 628; introduces
bill for removing tests, i. 947 ;
made lord chief justice, ii. 71 note,
78 ; on the Greenwich seat ques-
tion, ii. 77 and note ; Times libel
action tried before, ii. 634.

Colley, Sir George, ii. 271 and note 1 ,
274-278, 282.

Collier, Jeremy, cited, ii. 707.

Sir Robert, i. 1017-1020.

Collings, Jesse, ii. 528.

Collins, i. 169.

Colonial Society, ii. 9 note 2 .

Colonies : —

Church in, i. 802-803.

Disraeli's views on, i. 361 ; ii. 214,

speech on (1872), i. 1025.
Gladstone's views on, i. 359-361,

363-364 ; n. 803.
Home rule (Irish), attitude towards,

ii. 563.
Military expenditure for, i. 362 and
note x ; reduction of troops in
(1870), i. 994 and note, 1008.
Protection adopted by, against
England, i. 766.

Combes, M., ii. 353 note.

Commercial treaties — French, i. 654-
655, 680 ; various (1866), i. 834.

Companies, Gladstone's bill for re-
gulation of, i. 268.

Concert of Europe, Gladstone's view
of, ii. 168, 172, 181, 183, 320,
322.

Conde, cited, i. 188.

Congo debate (1883), ii. 350.

' Conservative,' adoption of name of,
i. 422.

Conservative party : —

Changes in (1870-1885), ii. 417.
Church the rallying point of, i. 154.
Closure by guillotine introduced

by,ii. 617.
Coercion — repudiated by, ii. 462-
454, 497 ; revival of, a last resort
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Conservative party — continued.
Coercion — continued.

by, ii. 527 ; Salisbury's ' twenty

years ' proposal, ii. 557.
Electoral losses of (1886-1890). ii.

667.
Factions in, i. 143.
Fourth party among, ii. 241, 329,

348 note.
Franchise extension not inimical

to, ii. 369.
Gladstone's early connection with,

i 245 note; his views on (1885),

ii. 461.
Ireland, traditional policy towards,

ii. 482-483.
Irish alliance with, ii. 428-430,

440, 443, 498, 600, 509-511,

514, 516, 524.
Liberal aid to, on important

measures, ii 497-498 ; liberal

seceders' union with, ii. 590.
Nationalist support of, at general

election (1885), ii. 484-485.
O'Connell, attitude towards, i. 129,

138.
Lord Spencer's policy, and, ii. 502.
Tory democracy, ii. 413, 441,480-

481.
Whig seceders' fusion with, i.

139.
Consistency, Gladstone's view of, i.

211-212.
Conspiracy to Murder bill, i 574-576.
Constantinople : —

Meeting of the powers at (1876),

ii, 167.
Patriarch of, ii. 140.
Convocation, revival of, i. 796-797.
Conway, General, ii. 421.
Copyright, Gladstone's views on, i.

693 ; ii. 149.
Cordite vote, ii. 417 and note.
Corfu :—

British retention of, advised, i.

601, 619-620.
Gladstone's arrival at, i 602 ; house

at, i 613.
Petition drawn up by, i. 615.
University at, i. 605.
Corn Laws : —

Gladstone's support of, i. 106, 114,

231-232, 249; modification of

views, i. 252-254, 260-262, 264.
Graham's defence of, i. 114.
Repeal of — Peel's policy regarding,

i. 282-287, 290 ; results of, i.



426 ; liberal aid to tones for, ii
497, 524.
Correspondence in the Octagon, ii

134-155.
Corrie, Messrs., i. 9.
Corry, H., i. 351 note l , 420.
Corrupt Practices bill (1883), i 97

and note 1 ; ii 350.
Court gossip, Gladstone's view of, i

888.
Cousin, Victor, i 163, 854-855.
Coutts, Miss Burdett, i. 802.
Cowan, Sir J., ii. 217, 757 note*,

775 note.
Cowley, Lord, i. 662.
Cowper, Lord, ii 305, 564, 602.

William (Lord Mount-Temple),

i. 234, 788.
Craik, Sir Henry, cited, i. 936 note.
Cranborne, Lord, see Salisbury.
Cranmer, Archbishop, ii 706-707.
Craven, Mrs., i. 320, 3S3.
Crawford, R. W., i. 841, 844, 867.
Creighton, Bishop, ii. 143.
Crimea, Catherine's seizure of, i 478.
Crimean war : —

Coalition government wrecked on,

i. 484, 495, 521.
Committee on, Roebuck's motion

for, i 521, 523, 537-539, 542.
Course of, i. 494-495, 545-548.
End of, i 550.

Gladstone's view of, i. 484, 492,
544-546, 652-653; Gladstone
charged with ' starving,' i 629.
Ignorance of facts of, among poli-
ticians, i. 547.
Illusions of, i (&8.
Income-tax renewal necessitated

by, i 474.
Kinglake'sbookon,i 480-481 andn.
Napoleon in. strengthened by, i

638.
Newcastle and Herbert, charges

against, ii. 809-810.
Objects of, i 545.
Origin of, i 478.
Popular British opinion on, i 489-

490.
Responsibilities for, i 481.
Turkish position after, ii. 156.
Croke, Dr., ii. 689.
Cromwell, i. 921 ; ii 163, 720.
Crown: —

Critical wave against, ii 33-34.
Gladstone's attitude towards, ii
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Prerogative of, Gladstone charged
with resorting to, i. 998-999.
Crown Princess, i. 734 ; ii. 80.

Crowther, Rev. , i. 58-59.

i. 851.

Cullen, Cardinal, opposes Irish Uni-
versity bill, ii. 42, 47-48, 51;

Gladstone's meeting with (1877),

ii. 179 ; mentioned, i 397.
Cumberland, Duke of, i. 127, 141,

279.
Currie, Sir Donald, ii. 355, 757.
Customs, articles liable to, in various

years, i. 659 and note.
Cyprus : —

British acquisition of, ii. 215.

Convention regarding, ii 184, 186,
762.

Gladstone's Midlothian reference
to, ii. 200, 267-268.

Seizure of, projected, ii. 181.

Daily News, ii 103, 233 and note.
Daily Telegraph, ii. 230, 670 and

note.
Dale, R. W., i. 768-769, 938, 939 ;

ii 178.
Dalhousie, Lord, i. 350 ; ii 543

note.
Dalkeith, Lord, ii. 192, 220.
Dalmeny, ii 196, 217-218, 479,

731.
Dalrymple, Mr., ii. 488.
Dante : —

Gladstone's appreciation of, i. 202,
207 note*, 215, 223; ii. 663-
664, 723, 790.

Scartazzini on, ii 627.
Darbishire, Mr., i. 670.
Darfur, ii. 386, 389 note\ 397.
Darn, i. 955-956.
Darwin, ii. 144-145, 170.
Davidson, Bishop, i. 498 note \
Davis, Jefferson, i 706, 713-715.
De Retz, ii 495.
De Tabley, Lord, i. 827.
December, important events in Glad-
stone's life in, i. 890.
Delane, Mr., i. 153, 624, 904 ; ii 47,

160.
Demerara, i. 22-24, 224.
Democracy : —

Fair play a natural tendency of,
ii548.

Gladstone's feeling for, i 711, 757,
759, 767, 837 ; ii 218-219, 328 ;
his efforts against besetting vice



of, i 884-885 ; his faith in, L
621, 650 ; ii. 413 ; his moulding
of opinion of, ii. 777 ; their de-
votion to Gladstone, ii. 329, 330,
490, 570.
Mazzini's work for, ii. 718.
Oxford in relation to, i 669.
Spendthrift tendency of, ii
777.
Denison, Bishop Edward, censure of
Hampden opposed by, i. 161.

Archdeacon, Gorham case,i 380

note 3 ; withdraws support from
Gladstone, i 451; condemnation
of, for heresy, i. 557 ; otherwise
mentioned, i 54, 71, 79, 98 note.

J. E. (Speaker), i. 832.

Denmark : —

Gladstone's cruise to (1883), ii.
355-357, 757 ; tribute from, ii.
772.
Schleswig-Holstein question, see
that title.
Deputations, L 256.
Derby, 14th Earl of, abolition
proposals of, i. 102, 105 ; advo-
cates reform, i. 143; joins con-
servatives, i 144 ; Brougham's
estimate of, i. 149 ; resigns on
Irish church question, i 154 ;
Peel's annoyance with, i. 234 ; on
tariff question, i. 263 ; Gladstone's
relations with, i 280 ; attitude
towards repeal, i 283 ; resigns, i.
285 ; on Peel's eulogium of Cob-
den, i. 291-292 ; New Zealand
question, i. 298; onquarrel between
Gladstone and Bentinck, i 301-
302 ; Graham's attitude towards, i.
368 ; invites Gladstone to enter
the government, i. 393, 406 ;
Gladstone declines, i. 407 ; views
on papal aggression question, i
406 ; reply to Lord Howick in
sugar-duties debate, i. 644 ;
cabinet of three men and a half
(1852), i 416 ; supported by the
Peelites, i. 424, 428 ; attitude to-
wards free trade, i. 425, 429 ; Ox-
ford commission, i. 500 ; gratitude
to Gladstone, i. 434; resigns on
budget defeat, i. 441 ; views on
Gladstone's budget, i. 472 ; at-
tempts to form a ministry (1855),
i. 525-526; fails, i. 527, 528;
communications with Gladstone,
i 551-552, 554, 558, 561 ; rela-



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tions with Disraeli, i. 555, 561 ;
recommends union with Disraeli
and Peelites, i. 562 ; vote of cen-
sure on Palmerston (1857), i 903 ;
forms second administration (1858),
i. 576 ; financial policy of, ii. 812 ;
letter to Gladstone, i. 577 ; Bright's
views on position of, i. 579 ;
Reform bill (1859), i. 621, 833 ;
defeat and dissolution, i. 622,
899 ; Gladstone in sympathy with,
i. 631 ; Gladstone's estimate of, i
827 ; forms a government (1866),
i. 845 ; on Irish railways commis-
sion, i 877 note ; on Irish Church
bill, i 902, 912 ; peers created by,
ii. 37 ; otherwise mentioned, i.
177, 432, 437 and note, 529, 530,
536, 790 note 1 , 887 ; ii. 529 note,
626, 799, 832.

Derby, 15th Earl of, on Reform bill,
(1866), i. 836 ; on Ireland, i. 876 ;
on Luxemburg guarantee, i. 954,
991 and note ; declines to serve
on Alabama commission, ii 8 ;
subscribes to Mill memorial, ii.
151 ; views on eastern question,
ii. 159, 175, 180; resigns, ii.
182 note 1 ; declines office with
Gladstone, ii. 237 ; colonial secre-
tary (1882), ii. 833; London con-
vention with Transvaal (1884),
ii. 285 and note ; declines to join
Gladstone's government (1882), ii.
339; joins as colonial secretary, ii.
340 ; Gladstone's letter to, on
Ireland, ii. 455 ; declares against
Home Rule, ii. 531 note, 534 ;
otherwise mentioned, i. 103, 133,
134, 139, 177, 227, 239, 248, 296,
393, 420; ii. 107, 508,510.

Devon, Lord, i. 343-344.

Devonshire, Duke of, i. 877 note;
ii. 309, 406,411.

Dickson, Colonel, ii. 178.

Dilke, Sir Charles, supports the resolu-
tions on Turkey, ii 172 ; declines
to join Gladstone's government
except with Chamberlain, ii. 238 ;
president of local government
board, ii. 833 ; claim of, to cabinet
position, ii. 339 ; appointed to local
government board, ii 340 ; con-
ferences on Franchise bill, ii. 378 ;
agrees to send Gordon to Soudan,
ii 390 ; on Crimes Act, ii. 432 ;
opposes land purchase for Ireland,



ii 434-435 ; resigns, ii 435 ;
speech on Irish policy, ii 504 ;
for home rule, ii 531 note
Dillon, J., ii 688, 695.
Dillwyn, L., i 775.
Dingwall, Gladstone presented with

freedom of, i 476.
Disestablishment, see router Churches.
Disraeli, B., see Beaconsheld.

Mrs., i. 829, 830 ; ii 154-155.

Dissenters : —

Affirmation bill opposed by, ii.

260.
Disestablishment speech by Glad-
stone, effect of, ii. 65-66.
Educational views of (1843 and
1847), i. 936; (1870), i 937-
939; estrangement of, by Educa-
tion Act of 1870, i 941, 1022 ;
opposition to the Act, i 942.
Election of 1874, action in, ii, 103.
Gladstone's relations with (1864),
i 763-769 ; (1868), i 889;
(1869), i 906 ; views on Glad-
stone's retirement, ii. 113-114.
Home rule, attitude towards, in

Wales, ii. 563.
University, exclusion of, i 505-506,
947 and note K
Dissenters' Chapels bill, i. 208, 330,

331.
Disturbance Compensation bill, ii

353.
Divorce : —

French law on, i. 567 note.
Gladstone's views on, i. 568-572

and note.
Statistics regarding, i 572 note.

bill (1857), i 569-573.

Dobrudscha, ii 182 note*.

Dodson, J. G., ii 71 note, 292 note,

531, 833.
Dollinger, Dr., Gladstone's visit to
(1845), i 318-320 and note*; later
visit (1874), ii 121-123 ; criticisms
from, on Vaticanism, ii. 129 ; Acton
compared with,ii 166 ; Gl <ds tone's
visit to (1886), ii. 591-592; Sal-
mon's agreement with, ii 657 ;
death of, ii. 661 ; Gladstone's
estimate of, ii 662-663, 707
Dollis Hill, ii. 625, 757.
Don Pacinco debate, i 368-371 and

note, 372, 374, 395.
Dongola, ii. 384, 403.
Donnachaidh clan, i 16.
Douglas, Sir C, i. 419.



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Doyle, Francis, at Eton, i. 34, 37, 42-
43; Gladstone's friendship with,
i. 39, 54; Gladstone's letters to,
i. 207 ; ii. 239 ; otherwise men-
tioned, i. 32 note, 59 note, 73, Ml,
135, 581, 818.

Dragonetti, the Marquis, i. 646.

Drayton, i. 132.

Drew, Mrs. (Mary Gladstone), Glad-
stone's letter to, ii. 81 ; accom-
panies Gladstone to Midlothian,
ii. 195; Acton's letter to, on Middle-
sex candidature, ii 225 ; engage-
ment of, ii. 520 ; Gladstone's letter
to, on Robert Elsmere, ii. 596.

Drift, Gladstone's view of, i 986.

Dryden, ii. 724.

Duff, Grant, ii. 268 note*.

Dufferin, Lord, urges Turkish inter-
vention in Egypt, ii. 320 ; advises
abandonment of Kordofan and
Darfur, ii. 386 ; mentioned, i 698,
846, 928 ; ii. 653, 824.

Dugdale, W. S., i. 150.

Duncan, Mr., i 661 note.

Dundonald, Lord, ii. 420 note.

Dunfermline, Lord (Speaker), i. 150.

Dunkellin, Lord, i. 840.

Dunrobin, i. 476.

Dupanloup, Bishop, ii. 138.

Durham, Lord, i. 144, 178.

Dyke, Sir W. Hart, ii. 519.

Eastern question, see Turkey.

Roumeiia, ii. 184.

Eastlake, Sir C, i. 823.

JSJcce Homo, i. 800-801, 806, 807 ;

ii. 141.
Ecclesiastical appointments, i. 153,

756; ii. 38-41.

Commission (1835-36), ii 708.

Titles bill, i. 405, 409-

415 and note ; effect of Act on

whigs, i 446; repeal of (1871), ii.

125.
Economy : —

Churchill's efforts for, ii. 605.

Direct taxation conducive to, i.
696

Gladstone's efforts for, i 676-679,
687, 695, 697-699; ii. 90-92,
106, 350, 747, 748, 777.
Edinburgh, Gladstone's early visit

to, i. 10; reception in (June '86),

ii 583 ; Gladstone first lord rector

of university, i. 634.
Duke of, i 1012 ; ii. 63.



Edinburgh Review, Gladstone's anony-
mous article in, i. 979.
Education, primary : —

Board school question at Hawar-

den, ii 825.
Condition of, in 1869, i 936 note.
Controversy on, nature of >i. 940-941 .
Differences regarding, in liberal

party, ii. 106.
Dissenters' views on (1843 and

1847), i 936; (1870) i. 937-

939; estrangement by Act of

1870, i 940; opposition to the

Act, i 941.
Foster's bill (1870), i. 932, 935,

937-940,943-945; ii. 103.
Free, advocated by Chamberlain

(1886), ii 413,464.
Peel's bill (1843), i 933 note.
State aid for, Gladstone's views on,

i. 148, 932-934, 944, 945.

secondary : —

Classical course, Gladstone's view

of, ii. 825-828.
Reform of (1869), i. 945-946.
Edwards, Jonathan, ii 717.
Egerton, Sir P., i. 59 note.

i. 780-781 and note.

Egypt :—

Alexandria — English and French

fleets at, ii. 319; bombardment

of, ii 321, 324325.
Anglo-French control in, ii. 314,

318, 358; proposal of Anglo-
French occupation, i. 76-77.
Annexation idea unfavourably

viewed in England, ii. 359.
Army, revolt of, ii 313, 318, 323.
British responsibilities in, ii. 239,

386.
Conference of Constantinople, ii

321.
Financial position of, ii. 313, 316,

360-362, 410, 432, 437 ; London

convention, ii. 362.
Gladstone's prognosticationregard-

ing, ii 312.
Northbrook's mission to, ii. 361.
Reforms in, possible only by evac-
uation of Soudan, ii. 388.
Soudan, see that title.
Southern frontier of, determined

(1885), ii. 420.
Suez Canal : —

Construction of, i. 591-592.

France, attempted agreement
with, regarding, ii. 362.



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Egypt— continued.

Suez Canal — continued.

Protection of (1 882), ii. 320, 322,
323.

Tel-el-Kebir, ii. 323, 360 note.

Withdrawal from, difficulties of,
ii. 330; Salisbury's policy re-
garding, ii. 735.
d'Eichthal, Gustave, ii. 146.
Elcho, Lord, i. 653 note 2 .
Elections, general— (1885), ii. 489-

495; (1886) ii. 585-586; (1892)

ii. 732, 734 ; dates of Gladstone's,

ii. 216.
Elgin, Lord (J. Bruce), i. 64, 59 note,

652, 828 ; ii. 815.
Eliot, Lord, i. 236.
Elizabeth, Queen, ii. 720.
Ellenborough, Lord, i. 525, 583 ; ii.

820.
Ellice, E., i. 222, 237, 467, 493, 828.
Elliot, Arthur, ii. 525.
Elwin, W., i. 553, 555.
Emancipation, see Slave-holding.
Emerson, K. W., i. 176-177 note, 220 ;

ii. 66.
Employers' Liability bill (1893), ii.

744.
Endowed Schools bill (1869), i. 946.
Epirus, ii. 184.
Errington, W. V., ii. 303.
Esher, Viscount, cited, ii. 232 note.
Essays and Reviews, i. 316, 797, 798;

ii. 39.
Estcourt, T. G. B., i. 328.
Estimates {see also Expenditure),

(1853 and 1860), i. 658; (1874-75)

i. 1009 note 1 -, ii. 91; (1892) ii.

747-749.
Eton, Gladstone's career at, L 26-44 ;

examines at (1840), i. 229.
Eton Miscellany, i. 34, 37-38.
Eugenie, Empress, ii. 66.
Evarts, W. M., i. 823.
Eversley, Viscount (Speaker), L 266.
Ewelme appointment, i. 1020-1021 ;

ii. 780.
Exchequer and Audit Act (1866), i.

695.
Expenditure : —

Annual amount of (1860-65 and
1873), i. 1008.

Army and Navy, on (1857-66), i.
685.

Excess in, Gladstone's efforts
against, i. 676-679, 687, 695,
697-699.



Policy of (1853-59), i. 475.
Spirit of, Gladstone's protect
against, i. 684, 696.
Export trade, growth of (1860-66),
i. 700-701.

Factory legislation, i. 106.

Faguet, cited, ii. 202.

Farini, i. 402-404, 642.

Farquhar, Sir W., i. 162, 473, 798.

Farr, W. W.,L 29.

Farrer, Lord, i. 333 note l .

Fasque, family portraits at, i. 9;

church at, i. 11 note 1 ; purchase

of, i. 107 ; Helen Gladstone buried

at, ii 212 ; T. Gladstone's golden

wedding at, ii. 459; Gladstone's

visit to (1891), ii. 702.
Favre, Jules, i. 990.
Fawcett, H., i. 936 ; ii. 63 note, 71.
Fechter, C. A., i. 823 and note, 824.
Fenelon, i. 184, 215.
Fenians : —

Papal rescript, attitude towards,
ii. 624.

Parnell's alleged conversation with
a spy regarding, ii. 644-646.

Plots by (1867), i. 875-876.

Temper of (1887), ii. 613.
Ferdinand, King, i. 392, 397, 401.
Ferguson, Dr.. i. 661.
Field, Cyrus, i. 705 ; ii. 66.
Fielden, J., i. 114.

Finance {see also Budgets, Expendi-
ture, National Debt, Taxa-
tion) : —

Egyptian, ii. 410, 432, 437.

Gladstone's masterly statements
on, ii. 201, 246 ; his principles
of, i. 660, 690-695, 697, 702.

Home Rule bill, provisions regard-
ing, see under Ireland.

Pitt's, ii. 817-818.

Popular interest in, i. 458.



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