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Finance bill, i. 673-674.
Finlay, G., i. 605, 610 note, 614.
Fire insurance duty, i. 1007 ; ii. 830.
Fish,H.,i. 716; il. 9-10, 14.
Fisher, Bishop, ii. 143.
Fitzgerald, Lord, i. 259.
Fitzmaurice, Lord E., ii. 71 note
Fitzroy, Lord C., i. 419, 736.
Fitzwilliam, Lord, ii. 554, 579.
Florence, i. 642-643 ; ii. 627.
Follett, Sir W. W., i. 322.
Foreign affairs, British ignorance of,

ii. 143-144.



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Foreign Enlistment Act (1870), ii. 7
and note, 13.

— policy : —

Gladstone's views on, i. 950-952.
Peel's influence on, i. 247.
Popular fickleness regarding, i.
480.

Porster, W. E., on American civil
war, i. 720 ; views on liberal party,
i. 757 ; vice-president of council
(1870), ii. 823; Education bill of,
i. 932, 935, 937-940, 943-945 ; ii.
103; Endowed Schools bill of, i.
946 ; Ballot bill, i. 1002 ; on Ala-
bama case, ii. 11, 16; on Irish
university debate, ii. 52-53 ; on
Bulgarian question, ii. 157 ; Irish
secretary (1880), ii. 238, 833;
radical attitude towards, ii. 238;
allows Coercion Act to lapse (1880),
ii 288 ; on Lords' rejection of Dis-
turbance bill, ii. 649 ; * village
ruffian' theory, ii. 289; seeks
coercive powers, ii. 289, 291 ; Coer-
cion bill of, ii. 292 and notes, 536
note 1 ; at Hawarden, ii. 297 ; Glad-
stone's letters to, ii. 298, 306 ; con-
dition of Ireland under, ii. 619 ;
resigns, ii. 305, 330, 833; on
franchise extension in Ireland, ii.
383 note 3 ; otherwise mentioned,
ii. 55 note, 70, 84, 106, 112, 174,
304, 409, 415, 593 and note 2 ,
823.

Fortescue, C, see Carlingford.

Fortnightly Review, ii. 315-316.

Fortunato, i. 398.

Fould, A., i. 689-690, 855.

Fowler, H. H., ii. 576, 735 note.

William, i. 929.

Fox, General, i. 228.

C. J., views of, on emancipa-
tion of slaves, i. 104 ; estimate of,
byPeelandHarrowby,i. 132-133 ;
motion of, against Lord Sandwich,
i. 144; parliamentary position of ,
i. 445-446 ; protests against British
interference in Crimea, i. 478.

Otherwise mentioned, i. 131,
365, 864; ii. 197.

Henry, i. 570.

France : —

Alliance with, Gladstone's view

of, i. 546, 649.
Alliances sought by (1869), i.

955, 957.
American war, joint mediation in,
VOL. II.



urged on England and Russia,
i. 719.

Austria, peace with, Lord Elcho's
motion on, i. 653 note 2 .

Berlin treaty obligations, attitude
towards, ii. 248.

Black Sea affair, i 984, 990 and
note.

Commercial treaty with — sug-
gested by Cobden, i. 652, 654 ;
negotiation of, i. 655, 680 ; dis-
cussed in cabinet, i. 655-656 ;
provisions of, 655 note, 657; ob-
jects of, i. 656-657 ; publication*
of, in Belgian papers, i. 661;
results of, i. 700 ; ii. 816, 817 ;
Gladstone's later views on, i.
700 note.

Commune (1871), i. 942.

Confusion in policy of, i. 754.

Crimean war, see that titje.

Danubian provinces, policy regard-
ing, i. 637.

Divorce illegal in (1816-84), i. 567
note.

Don Pacifico case, offer of good
offices in, i. 368.

Egypt, action regarding (1881), ii.
313 ; understanding with Salis-
bury, ii. 314 ; the joint note, ii.
315-316 ; fleet at Alexandria, ii.
319 ; fleet withdrawn, ii. 321 ;
agrees to British advance in
Egypt, ii. 322 ; declines to take
any action, ii. 323 ; Salisbury
policy frustrated by, ii. 735.

German unity a menace to, i.
953.

Gladstone's finance admired in, i.
690; Gladstone elected foreign
associate of institute of, i. 854
and note ; tribute at his death,
ii. 772.

Italian unity aided by, L 641-642,
648 ; see also Napoleon.

Land question in, ii. 717.

Nice and Savoy acquired by, i.
643, 656, 664, 742.

Orsini affair, representations re-
garding, i. 574.

Palmerston's attitude towards, i.
367, 681, 683.

Poetry in, i. 722.

Prussia: —

Treaty with, regarding Belgium,

i. 974.
War with (1870)— British efforts
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France — continued.

Prussia — continued.

to avert, i 960-964, 969-970;
declaration of, i. 969 and
note 2 ; French miscalcula-
tions, i. 970 ; course of, i.
976-977 ; British sympathy
after Sedan, i. 991; effect of
the war on British naval ex-
penditure, i. 1008.

Republic — recognition of (1871),
i. 979 ; statesmen of, ii. 715.

Rome — occupation of, i. 741-742,
848, 953, 957 ; British attitude
towards the occupation, ii. 120 ;
evacuation of, i 857 ; ii. 120.

Roumania, coolness with Britain
regarding, i. 638.

Schleswig-Holstein question, i
750-752.

Tariff negotiations with, i. 267.

Turkish murder of consul at
Salonica, ii. 155; attitude to-
wards Turkey (1881), ii. 314.

Vatican decrees, attitude towards,
ii. 118.

Vicissitudes of government in, i

' 413. .

War with (1812), ii. 711; war
rumoured (1859-60) i 677-
678, 680-681.

Zenith of the empire, i 639.
Franchise extension : —

Anticipations regarding (1885), ii.
412-441.

Bill of 1860, i. 834 ; bill of 1866,
i. 834-839 ; bill of 1867, i. 857-
870,872,891.

Boroughs, for, workmen's attitude
towards, i. 759, 773, 832, 845,
861 ; Palmerston's views re-
garding, L 762, 834 ; household
suffrage struggle, i 857-870 ;
liberal aid to tories for (1867),
ii. 478, 497.

Counties, for, i. 834; ii. 83, 89,
364 et seq.

Conservative party the gainers by,
ii 369.

Ireland, $*e under Ireland.

Gladstone's speech on (1864), i.
760-764.

Manhood, Chamberlain's pro-
nouncement on, ii. 414.

Reform bill of 1866 restricted to,
i. 834.
Fraser, family of, i. 17 note.



Fraser, Bishop, ii 40.

Sir William, i 8 and note*,

9 note.

Frederick William, Crown Prince of
Prussia, i. 176.

Free Trade :—

Disraeli's pronouncements on, i

432.
Employment in relation to, L 691.
External agitation, production of,

i. 861.
French commercial treaty in re-
lation to, i 655 note, 658.
Gladstone's speech on (1881), ii
301.

Freeman, E. A., i. 998.

Freeman's Journal, i 926.

Freemantle, T. F.,i. 237.

Frere, Sir Bartle, liberal disapproval
of,ii 241, 245; responsible for Zulu
war, ii 262 ; the Queen's feeling for,
ii 263-264 ; enquires liberal policy,
ii 268 ; promises Boers self-govern-
ment, ii 270; South African Dutch
exasperated by, ii 283 note; re-
called, ii. 264, 272 note.

Freshfield, J. W„ i. 233, 339.

Freycinet, M. de, ii 315. 319-323.

Frohschammer, J., i 133.

Frost, J., i 400.

Froude, Hurrell, i. 161, 166, 306.

J. A., i. 3*3 note 1 ; ii. 147,

167.

Funerals, ii 30.

Purse, C. W., ii. 41.

Gaisford, Dr., i. 49.

Gambetta, i 969 note 1 ; ii. 315, 317,
318, 322, 705.

Garfield, Mrs., ii 348.

Garibaldi — sails from Genoa, i 644-
645 ; enters Naples, i. 651 ; in Eng-
land, i 742-747 ; Gladstone's esti-
mate of, i. 743-744, 748 ; Italian
estimate of, i 747 ; Manning's
attitude towards, i. 826 ; letters
from, ii 141; mentioned, i. 818;
ii. 772.

Gaskell, Mrs. Benjamin, i 160.

James MUnes, Gladstone's

friendship with, i. 39, 54 ; debat-
ing society in rooms of, i 59 ;
speech on Reform bill, i 73 ;
Gladstone's visits to, i 95 ; ii 45 ;
otherwise mentioned, i 34, 37,
43, 48, 49, 64, 65, 74, 75, 77, 80,
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George m., ii. 36, 421.

Gerasimus, Bishop, i 604.

Germany (see also Prussia) : —
Berlin memorandum, ii. 157, 179.
■ treaty obligations, attitude
towards (1880), ii. 248.
Black Sea provisions of Treaty of

Paris disapproved by, i. 984.
Colonial question in, ii. 362.
Egyptian question, attitude to-
wards, ii. 319, 320, 322, 329.
Italian alliance with, ii 654.
Luxemburg affair, i. 954, 990 and

note.
Poetry in, ii. 723.
Schleswig-Holstein question, i.748-

752.
Turkish murder of consul at

Salonica, ii 155.
Unification of, i 992; France

menaced by, i 953.
Vatican decrees, attitude towards,
ii. 117.

Gibbon, i 195; ii. 716.

Gibson, Milner-, Gladstone against,
i 467 ; efforts towards peace, i
547 ; return to parliament (1858),
i 574 ; in Palmerston government,
i 626 ; unpopularity of, in Oxford,
i. 630 ; on Paper Duties bill, i. 667,
671-673 ; Gladstone supported by,
i 670, 774; ii 814-815.

Gladstone, name changed from Glad-
stones, i 18 and note s .

■ Agnes (daughter), engagement

of, ii. 80-81 ; marriage, ii. 83.

Anne (sister), i 17 note 1 , 160.

— Helen Jane (sister), i 17 note 1 ;
Gladstone abroad with, i 284, 318;
secession to Borne, i 318, 331 ;
death, ii. 212.

Henry (son), Gladstone's mes-
sage to, on learning Latin, i 728 ;
at school, i. 825 ; starts for India,
ii 165 ; Gladstone's letters to, ii.
194, 206, 536.

Herbert (son), Gladstone's letters
to, i. 693 and note; ii. 498, 817 ;
returned for Leeds, ii 226 ; press
interview of (Dec. '85), ii 504-505;
otherwise mentioned, ii. 82, 85,
222, 225, 240.

Sir John (father), political work

of, i 9-10, 20-21, 249; churches
built by, i 1 1 and note 1 ; marriage
of, i. 16; views of, on slave-
holding, i. 22-24 ; Gladstone's



defence of, in the Liverpool Courier,
i. 32 ; loses Berwick election, i
43 ; political acuteness of, i. 68-
69 ; criticisms on W. E. Gladstone,
i. 74 ; Ho wick's attack on, i. 102 ;
Fasque bought by,i. 107; seventieth
birthday of , i 118 ; loses Dundee
election (1837), i 141 ; disapproves
Jamaica journey, i. 148 ; transfers
Demerara property to his sons, i.
224 ; assists Scotch training college
scheme, i 231; correspondence with
Peel regarding his sons, i 257-258 ;
views of, on protection, i 300, 327 ;
baronetcy of, i. 293, 300; views
on Gladstone's Oxford candidature,
i. 330; on Jewish Disabilities
Removal bill, i 376 ; buys portion
of Hawarden estates, i 341 ; atti-
tude towards Peel (1849), i 353;
death of, i 388; W. E. Glad-
stone's relations with, i 19, 32,
43, 82-83, 98 ; W. E. Gladstone's
letters to, i 123, 280, 283-284,
353, 375-376 ; ii. 793 ; letters from,
on choice of profession, ii 798 ;
W. E. Gladstone's estimate of, i.
19, 138.

Gladstone, Mrs. John (mother), W. E.
Gladstone's devotion to, i 95, 128,
131 ; death of, i. 131.

John (brother), i. 15, 17 note 1 ;

travels of, with W. E. Gladstone,
i. 86 ; Walsall candidature of, i.
231-232 ; parliamentary election
of, desired by his father, i. 258 ;
W. E. Gladstone's letter to, on
family differences, i. 388 ; illness
and death of wife of, i 729, 730 ;
death of, i. 821.

Mary (daughter), see Drew.

Robertson (brother), i 17 note 1 ;

appointed manager of Demerara
properties, i. 224 ; position of, in
Liverpool, i 258; at Gladstone's
Lancashire candidature (1865), i
780 ; W. E. Gladstone's letters to,
i. 494, 552-553, 626, 696, 764;
ii 64.

Stephen (son), i 890 ; ii. 82,

108.

Thomas (grandfather), i 16.

(brother), slave-holding

defended by, i 24 ; attitude
towards Reform bill, i. 70 note ; on
Gladstone's Oxford candidature, i
330; Gladstone's letter to, on offers



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Gladstone, Thomas — continued,
of a peerage, ii. 102; otherwise
mentioned, L 17 note 1 , 68, 258.
— William Ewart : —

Appearance of (1827), i. 34; (1840)

L 194; (1882) ii. 331.
Career, chronological sequence of —
1809-1831. Birth and baptism,
i. 7 ; childhood, i. 10-14 ; at
Eton, i. 20-44; first speech, i. 35 ;
Oxford, i. 48-85; tries for the
Ireland, i. 61, 329 note.

1832. Foreign travel, i. 86-88 ;
impressions in Borne, i. 87 ;
Newark candidature, i. 88-94,
96-97 ; election addresses, L 90 ;
first speech as member of parlia-
ment, i. 94; visits to Clumber,
Thornes, and Leamington, i. 95 ;
birthday, i. 97.

1833. Lincoln's Inn, i. 98;
membership of Oxford and Cam-
bridge club and Carlton olub, i.
98 and note ; forms brotherhood
with Acland, i. 99 ; enters par-
liament, i. 100; maiden speech
i. 103; party votes (1833), i.
106 ; visit to Fasque, i. 107.

1834. Visit to Seaforth and
Oxford, i. 1 1 1 ; at Fasque, i. 1 16 ;
treasury appointment, i. 119-
120; opposes admission of dis-
senters to universities, i. 330.

1835. Returned for Newark
without contest, i. 121 ; meets
Disraeli at Lord Lyndhurst's, i.
122 ; appointed Under-Secretary
for the colonies, i. 123; con-
templates resignation, i. 125 ;
speech on Irish church, i. 126 ;
speech at Newark, i. 129 ; com-
mittee on native affairs at the
Cape, i. 358.

1836. Death of his mother,
i. 131 ; visit to Drayton, i. 132 ;
visit to Ha warden, i. 134; speech
on negro apprenticeship, i. 134 ;
and note ; visit to Haddo, i. 137 ;
committee on waste lands, i. 358.

1837. Speech at Newark on
toleration, etc, i. 138; presents
the Queen with the Oxford
address, i. 140; canvassing at
Newark, i. 140 ; nominated for
Manchester, i. 141 ; elected for
Newark, i. 141 ; at Dundee,
Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester,



I 141 ; at Fasque, L 142 ; first
interview with Duke of Welling-
ton, i. 143.

1838. Admitted to consulta-
tions on Canadian affairs, i. 144 ;
speaks on Moles worth's vote of
censure, i. 145; speech on slave
apprenticeship system, i. 145-
147 ; work on educational ques-
tions, i. 148 ; influenced by Cole-
ridge and Palmer, i. 167-168
note 1 ; The State in its Relation
with the Church, i. 172, 175;
foreign travel, i. 173.

1839. Opinions on his book,
i. 175-181 ; work on committee*,
i. 219 ; marriage, i. 223.

1840. Speech on China ques-
tion, i. 226 ; birth of eldest son,
i. 227 ; dines at Guizot's, i. 229 ;
examines at Eton, i. 229 ; Scotch
training college scheme, i. 230-
231, 330 ; committee on coloni-
sation of New Zealand, i. 358.

1841. Church Principles, i.
181 ; his brother's Walsall
election, i. 231-232 ; visits Nune-
ham and Oxford, i. 235 ; speaks
on sugar duties, i. 236 ; re-
elected for Newark, i. 238 ; Sir
S. Glynne'8 candidature — Hoy-
lake — Hawarden, i. 239; vice-
president of the board of trade,
i. 240-245, 250; re-elected for
Newark, i. 243 ; correspondence
with Peel on journalistio im-
putations, i 245-246 ; Jerusalem
bishopric, i. 309 ; advocates in-
crease in colonial episcopate, L
330.

1842. Protection question, L
249-254 ; suggests retirement,
i. 253 ; tariff reform, i 255-257;
shooting accident, i. 185 ; Glen-
almond, i. 231.

1843. Enters the cabinet, i.
259; parliamentary success, i.
261 ; protection question, i. 262-
264; tariff negotiations with
foreign countries, L 267; advo-
cates removal of prohibition on
export of machinery, i. 267-268;
close relations with Manning and
Hope, i. 310 ; anxiety regarding
Newman's position, i. 310-313;
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1844. Bill for regulation of
companies, i 268; Telegraph
Act, i. 268 ; Railway Act,i. 269 ;
publishes Prayer-Book, i. 314
note; reply to Ward's Ideal, I.
314-315 ; Lady Hewley case, i.
322; proposes himself as Vatican
envoy, i. 271-272; Maynooth,
i. 271-275, 278.

1845. At Windsor Castle, i.
274-275 ; resigns office, i. 276-
278, 279 ; votes for .second
reading of Maynooth bill, i.
279 ; tariff reform, i. 279 ;
pamphlet on results of fiscal
changes of 1842, i. 280 and
note ; on free labour sugar pro-
posal, i. 280 ; at Munich, L 318 ;
at Baden-Baden, i. 320 ; corn
law repeal, i. 283-287; secretary
for the colonies, i. 285.

1846. Colonial clergy ques-
tions, i. 358 ; recall of colonial
governor, i. 359 ; out of parlia-
ment, i. 287-288; offended at
Peel's eulogium on Cobden, i.
291-292; conversation with Lord
Lyndhurst on conservative
party, i. 293-294 ; with Jocelyn
and Graham, i. 295; interview
with Peel, i. 297-300; quarrel
with Lord G. Bentinck, i. 301-
302.

1847. Oxford candidature, i
328 - 332 ; election, i. 333 ;
Jewish Disabilities Removal bill,
i. 375-377; Oak farm andHawar-
den estate embarrassments, i.
337, 356.

1848. Special constable against
chartists, i. 358; Oxford D.C.L.,
i. 377 ; on Hampden's appoint-
ment as bishop, i. 377.

1849. Divergences from Peel,
i. 353 ; mission for his friend,
i. 364-365 ; Gorham case, i. 378.

1850. Supports Disraeli's agri-
cultural distress motion, i. 354-
356; Gorham case, i. 378-381
and note ; death of his daughter,
i. 381, 387-388; Australian
Colonies bill, i. 362; Don
Pacifico debate, i. 369-371 and
note; death of Peel, i. 371;
question of leadership, i. 373-
374; opposes universities com-
mission, i. 497 ; Naples, i. 389-



393; on committee for exhibi-
tion medal inscriptions, ii. 147.

1851. Returns to London, i.
393 ; Letters to Lord Aberdeen,
i. 392, 394 and note, 396-398,
400-401 and note*; invited by
Stanley to take office, i. 393,
406 ; declines, i. 407 ; Ecclesi-
astical Titles bill, i. 409-415;
secession of Manning and Hope,
i. 385-386 ; death of his father,
i. 388 ; letter to a Scotch bishop
on religions freedom, i. 384,
426.

1852. First Derby administra-
tion, l 417 ; approaches Aber-
deen and Graham, i. 417-418 ;
views on Pee lite policy, i. 417-
419 ; overtures from Russell, i.
421 ; supports Derby, i. 424 ;
on Four Seats bill, L 424 and
note ; re-elected for Oxford* i.
426-427 ; equipoise of opiuions,
i. 431 ; defends free trade, i.
433; overtures from Derby, i.
434; speech on Disraeli's bud-
get, i. 438-440 ; incident at the
Carlton, i. 440-441 ; New Zea-
land Government bill, i. 362 and
note *, ii. 803 ; appointed chan-
cellor of the exchequer, i. 448.

1853. Difficulties at Oxford,
i. 450-452 ; re-election, i. 453 ;
moves to house of chancellor of
exchequer, i. 457 ; advocates re-
duction of force in the Pacific, i.
458; budget, L 460-472 ; ii. 777 ;
attempted operation on national
debt, i. 472-473; ii. 804-806;
Latin lessons to his son, i 464 ;
illness at Dunrobin, i. 476 ; pre-
sented with freedom of Dingwall,
i. 476 ; speech at Inverness, i.
476 ; Crimean war, L 481 et
seq. ; speech at unveiling of Peel
statue at Manchester, i. 483,
case of Mr. Maurice, i. 454-456 ;
Oxford reform, i. 500.

1854. Letter on revival of
convocation, i. 796 ; speeches on
Oxford reform, i. 503, 509 note 2 ;
civil service reform, i. 509-512,
ii. 807; criticisms of his finance,
i. 613-514 ; speech on budget, i.
514-515; conflict with Bank of
England, i. 518-519; ii. 808-
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Career, Chronological sequence of
{contd.) —
woods and forests dismissal case,
i.520.

1855. Ministerial crisis, i.
522 - 543 ; opposes Roebuck's
motion, i. 523 - 524 ; joins
Palmerston, i. 536 ; opposes
Roebuck's motion in cabinet, i.
537-538; resigns, i. 539; un-
popularity, i. 542-543 ; efforts
for peace, i. 545-548 ; at Pen-
maenmawr, i. 549 ; Homeric
studies, i. 549 - 550 ; Chester
speech on colonial policy, i. 363.

1856. Communications with
Lord Derby, i. 551-552, 554;
isolation, i 553; letter to
Bishop Hampden, i. 168 ; case
of Archdeacon Denison, L 557.

1857. Interviews with Lord
Derby, i 558 - 561 ; opposes
Lewis' budget, i. 560-562; co-
operation with Disraeli, i. 561 ;
communications with Cobden, i.
562 ; speech on the China war,
i. 563 ; returned for Oxford un-
opposed,!. 565; opposes Divorce
bill, i. 570 ; encounters with
Bethell, i. 570-571 ; illness and
death of Lady Lyttelton, i. 672-
673.

1858. Opposes Conspiracy
bill, i 575-576 and note; re-
refuses to join Derby, i. 676-578 ;
renewed proposal from Derby,
i. 583; refused, i. 585, 590;
motion on the Principalities, i
638 ; letter from Disraeli, i.
586 ; reply, i. 589; supports Suez
Canal scheme, i. 592 ; letter to
Graham on Indian government,
i. 593 ; at Haddo, i. 594 ; com-
mission to Ionian Islands, i. 694-
618 ; at Athens, i. 605.

1859. At Venice, Turin,
Vicenza, Verona, Milan, i. 618 ;
interview with Cavour, i. 618 ;
defends nomination boroughs, i.
621 ; speech on Italian question,
i. 647 ; votes with Derby govern-
ment, L 625 ; joins Palmerston 's
government, i. 626 ; letters on
his position, i. 627-628 ; trouble
at Oxford, i. 628-630; re-elected
for Oxford, i. 630; budget, i



653; speaks on Italian affairs,
i. 653; Cobden's visit, i. 652,
654; views on French war
scare, i. 677-678; first lord
rector of Edinburgh university,
i.634.

1860. Budget, L 474, 658 et
8eq. t ii. 233 ; illness, i. 660-661,
665-668, 669; unpopularity, L
663, 665; defeat on Savings
Bank bilL i. 668 ; speech on
Paper Duty Repeal bill, i. 668 ;
chief trains of cabinet business,
i. 670; ii. 814-815 ; the fortifi-
cation scheme, L 676, 678-681 ;
cabinet struggle on question of
economy, i. 676-679 ; interview
with Palmerston, i 679-680;
at Penmaenmawr, i. 818; death
of Lord Aberdeen, i. 721.

1861. Budget, L 672-673;
cabinet struggles, L 673, 727-
730; correspondence with Sir
Wm. Heathcote on finance, ii.
811-814 ; attacks and abuse, L
682 ; American civil war, i 704-
706, 708, 709; on education,
L 946 ; ii 825; deaths of
Graham and Herbert, i. 721-722.

1862. Speech on Italy, L 742 ;
correspondence with Palmerston,
i. 683-684 ; panegyric on Prince
Consort, i. 723 ; American civil
war, i. 709-711, 713-716;
triumphal reception in tjie
north, ii. 712-714; Newcastle
speech on American war, i. 713-
716; funeral of Mrs. John Glad-
stone, i. 730 ; Windsor, i. 96.

1863. Death of his brother
John, i. 821 ; budget, L 700,
701 ; proposal to extend income
tax to charities, i. 699-700;
speech on Italy, i. 823 ; at Pen-
maenmawar, i, 825 ; at Balmoral,
ii. 732-739.

1864. At Balmoral, i 738-
740 ; letters on Essays and Be-
views judgment, i. 798 ; speech
on Mr. Dodson's bill, i. 947 and
note 8 ; Garibaldi's visit, L 109-
113 ; speech on extension of
franchise, i. 760, 872; corre-
spondence with Palmerston, L
127-130; address from York
workmen, i. 764-765 ; Schleswig-
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speeches in Lancashire, i. 765-
767 ; relations with protestant
dissenters, i 768-769 ; develop-
ment in ideas, i. 755 et seq.

1865. Cabinet struggles, i.
774 ; criticism of JBcce Homo, i.
800-801, 806, 807; elected
foreign associate of the Insti-
tute of France, i. 854 and
note i speech on Irish church,
i. 776 ; death of Cobden, L 143 ;
letter to his son on ecclesiastical
affairs, i 793 ; defeat at Oxford,
i. 779 ; Lancashire candidature
and election, i. 779-781 ; speech
on conservatism, i 812; letter
to Russell on death of Palmer-
ston, i. 785 ; at Glasgow, i. 788,
789.

1866. Leader of Commons, i.
790-791 ; tribute to Palmerston,
i. 791 ; introduces Reform bill,
L 834 ; disaffection of fol-
lowers, i. 836, 839-843 ; second
reading of Reform bill, i. 203-
204; budget, i. 702, 834; votes
for abolition of church rates,
i 795 ; against vote of con-
fidence after debate, i 841-
843 ; audiences of the Queen,
i. 843, 845; declines to speak
at Hyde Park demonstration, i.
846 ; speech at Cobden club, i.
847 ; goes to Italy, i. 847 ; in
Rome, i. 848-853 ; illness, i.
851.

1867. Dinner with the Society
of Political Economists of France,
i. 855 ; household suffrage
struggle, i. 857-870 ; disaffec-
tion of followers, i. 858, 859,
861-862, 866-869 , Irish church
questions, i. 243 ; speech at
Newspaper Press Fund dinner,
L869.

1868. Correspondence with
Acland on popular discontent,
i. 806-808 ; bill on church rates,
i. 795; Irish church question,
i. 879-882 ; election for Green-
wich, i. 885 and note 1 ; publica-
tion of Chapter of A utobiography,
i. 883-884 ; candidature inS.-W.
Lancashire, i. 884-885 and note 1 ;
letter from the Queen, i. 886 ;
forms a cabinet, i. 887-889 ;
speech at Greenwich, i. 1005.



1869. Colonial Society dinner,
ii. 10 note ; letter to General
Grey on foreign policy, i 950 ;
Irish church bill preliminaries,
i 892-897 ; bill introduced, i.
897-898 ; committee stage, i.
900 ; struggle with the Lords, i.
901-905 ; Lords' amendments re-
jected, i. 906-909; concessions,
i. 911-912; proposes acceptance
by Commons of modifications, i.
913; illness, i. 910, 913-914;
visit to W aimer Castle, L 914;
ii. 30 ; Irish land question, i.
921 et seq. ; letter to Bright on
principles v. details, i. 924.

1870. Irish land bill with-
drawn, L 928 ; Alabama case,
ii. 7 ; education question, i.
932, 937-945 ; on reduction of
armaments, i. 955-956 ; efforts
to avert Franco-Prussian war, i.
960-964 ; daily conferences with
Granville, i. 972 ; neutrality of
Belgium guaranteed, i. 975-976 ;
views on annexation of Alsace
and Lorraine, i. 980-982 ;
Russian claims in Black Sea, i.
984-986, 989 ; difficulties with
the court, i. 994 ; army reform,

t i. 994 et seq. ; question of com-
mander-in-chiefs position, i. 360-
361; ii. 807; Ballot bill, i.
1002-1003.

1871. Views on neutralisa-
tion of Alsace and Lorraine, i.
357 ; anonymous article in Edin-
burgh Beview, i. 979; instruc-
tions to Alabama commission, ii.
12 ; abolition of purchase, i. 995-



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