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402, 404 ; agrees to send Gordon
to Soudan, ii 390 ; at his send-
off, ii 390 note ; Gladstone's
conversations with, on Ireland
(May '85), ii 431-432; favours
plan of central board for Ireland,
ii 434 ; on Gladstone's refusal
of an earldom, ii 450 ; corre-
spondence with, on relations
to liberal party, ii. 472-478;
at Hawarden and Chatsworth,
ii 501 ; Gladstone's consulta-
tions with, ii 501, 503, 508;
view of Irish situation, ii 508 ;
Gladstone's memorandum, ii
510-512 ; declines requesting
Gladstone to convene late
cabinet, ii. 509 ; colonial secre-
tary, ii. 537 note; declares for
home rule, ii 531 and note,
534 ; prefers home rule to
Chamberlain's Irish scheme, ii



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531 ; Gladstone consults with,
on birthday dinner, ii. 562;
golden wedding presentation to
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone, ii. 658 ;
meeting at Lord Rondel's on
Parnell affair, ii 674 note ; death
oi, ii 702.

Brevity of letters of, ii. 134.

Gladstone's appreciation of, ii
22 ; loyalty to, ii 207-209,
211, 227 ; his estimate of Glad-
stone, ii 23 ; Gladstone's letters
to, i 922, 923, 934, 1009, 1015 ;
ii 87, 111, 163, 164, 171, 195,
297, 323, 333, 341, 343-345,
353, 371, 411, 414, 415, 450,
456, 476, 501, 508-510, 522,
653.

Temporising tendency of, ii. 210.

Otherwise mentioned, i 415, 458,
492, 493, 495 note \ 624, 633,
740, 754, 823, 867, 874, 878,
917, 931 ; ii. 18, 25, 67, 70, 81,
85, 92, 93, 101,110, 127, 165,
224-225, 244, 342, 352, 426,
654, 793-794, S06, 823.
Grattan, Henry, ii 197, 553-554,

579.
Gray, Sir John, i 926.
Greece : —

Berlin treaty's provisions regard-
ing, ii. 247, 249.

Don Pacifioo case, i. 368-371 and
note, 372, 374.

Ionian Islands desirous of union
with,i 599, 602-605, 614 ; ceded
to, i 620.

Gladstone's budget (1860) popular
in, i 663 ; Gladstone's political
jubilee commemorated by, ii
331 ; tribute at his death, ii
772.

Salisbury policy regarding, ii.
765.

Thessaly and Epirus desired for,
by Palmerston and Russell,
ii 184.
Greeks, position of, ha relation to

Turkey, i 477.
Green, J. H., i. 455.

J. R., ii 169.

Greenwich : —

Dockyard suppressed, i. 1008.

Gladstone's election for (1868),
i. 885 and note 1 ; speech at, i.
1005 ; dispute as to vacating
seat by becoming chancellor of



exchequer (1873), ii 73-80 ;
manifesto to (1874), ii 95-97 ;
election for, ii. 98 ; election
address, ii 98 and note ; refusal
to stand for (1879), ii. 192.

Greenwood, F., ii 226 note.

Greg, W. R., i 46.

Gregory vn.,"Pope, ii 124.

xvi., Pope, ii 302.

Grenville, Lord, i 104, 223 and note \
293, 445.

Thomas, i 223 note K

■ George, i 223 and note l .

Greswell, Richard, i. 330, 409.

Greville, A., ii 71 note.

C, i 121 note, 243, 470, 663 ;

ii 659.

Grevy, M., ii 345.

Grey, General, Gladstone's letter to,
on foreign policy, i 950 ; Glad-
stone's appreciation of, ii 756.

Otherwise mentioned, i 733,
737,886,901; ii 713.

Lord, dissolution by (1831), i

69 ; resignation of (1832), ii 832 ;
government of, broken up (1834),
i 113, 154; attitude of, towards
Lord J. Russell, i 297 ; refuses
office (1845), i 367, 878 ; Al-
thorp and Russell opposed to,
i. 430 ; Taylor's estimate of, ii
728 ; otherwise mentioned, i. 75,
77, 104, 222, 241, 418, 543,

* 872 ; ii. 44, 227, 463, 529 note,
775.

Lord de, see Ripon,

Sir George, defends slave

apprenticeship law, i 146 ; home
secretary (1855), i. 540 note ; leader-
ship of Commons by, desired by
Gladstone, i. 786-787, 833 ; esti-
mate of Gladstone, i 808 ; declines
to join Gladstone's cabinet (1868),
i 887; on Irish Land bill (1870),
i 929 ; otherwise mentioned, i
190, 297, 361 note\ 576, 667, 734,
738, 739 ; ii 9, 43, 815-816.

Grillon's dining club, i. 227-228,
239.

Grosvenor, Lady, ii. 763.

Lord, i. 829, 835-836, 839.

Lord R., ii. 509, 510.

Grote, George, i. 200, 1000, 1004;
ii. 38.

Mrs., cited, ii 243.

Guizot, F.-P.-G., on state of Italy, i
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Guizot, F.-P.-G — continued.

estimate of Cavour, i. 640-641 ;
letters from, ii. 141, 146; sends
Gladstone his Peel, ii. 146 ; other-
wise mentioned, i. 163,229,371,
734, 736, 854, 874.

Gurdon, Mr., ii. 76.

Gurney, Samuel, i. 461. '

Garwood, Colonel, i. 228.

Haddo, i 137, 594.

Halifax, Visoount (Charles Wood),
on Gladstone's budget (1853), i.
465, 466, 468 ; budgets of, criti-
cised by Gladstone, i. 470 ; first
lord of admiralty, i 540 note ;
objects to French treaty project,
i. 655 ; on Paper Duties bill, i.
665, 667, 67 1 ; estimate of finan-
cial statements of, i 689 ; created
viscount (1866), i 856 note;
views on condition of liberal
party (1867), i. 862 ; on Glad-
stone's position in the House, i.
863 ; declines Irish vice-royalty,
i. 887 ; on Irish Church bill, i.
912 ; Alabama case, ii. 9, 19 ;
appreciation of Gladstone, ii. 72 ;
Lord Privy Seal (1870), ii. 823 ;
on defections of liberal party,
ii. 44 ; on the Greenwich seat
question, ii. 79 ; on election of
1874, ii. 102 ; otherwise men-
tioned, i. 222, 297, 420 and note 1 ,,
458, 491, 492, 621, 623, 624, 997;
ii. 112, 806,814-815.

Hall, Jane, i. 16.

Newman, i. 768.

Hallam, Arthur, Gladstone's friend-
ship with, i. 39-42, 66-67 ; In
Memoriam stanzas descriptive of,
i 39 note ; estimate of Gladstone,
i. 95 ; death of, i. 108 ; Gladstone's
mourning for, i. 108-109 112 ;
otherwise mentioned, i. 34, 37, 54.

Henry, i. 112, 137, 220, 230,

329 ; ii 716.

Henry (junr.), i. 229-230.

Hamilton, 10th Duke of, i. 102.

11th Duke of, i. 8804.

Cowper Commission, ii. 602, 612-
614.

-Crimes Acts, see Coercion under
this heading.

Cromwell's insight into problem
of, i. 921.

Devon commission (1843), i. 919.

Education grant, Gladstone's views
of, i. 227.

Election results in (1880), ii. 221 ;
(1885) ii. 492-495; (1886) ii.
586.

English traditional attitude to-
wards, ii. 531, 547-548, 580.

Evictions in, ii. 288, 612, 619, 620,
650; compensation in cases of,
see Compensation under this
heading.

Famine in (1845), i. 282, 352.

Fenians in : —

Parn ell's alleged conversation
with a spy regarding, ii. 644.
Plots of (1867), i. 875.
Release of prisoners (1870), i.

931.
Secret committee on proposed

(1871), i 931.
Temper of (1886), ii. 613.

Financial relations commission, ii.
804.

FitzGerald's stanzas on, i. 31.

Franchise extension in, ii. 379-
382.

Gladstone's first cabinet concerned
with, i. 261 ; his proposal to
visit (1845), i 281 ; his forecast
regarding (1845), i. 383 ; uneasi-
ness regarding state of, i. 766,
808; his view of his mission
regarding, i. 886; his visit to
(1877), ii. 179.

Government of Ireland bill (1886),
see Home Rule under this heading.

Habeas Corpus Act, suspension of,
ii 289-291, 297, 834.

Home rule for : —

Act of Union, relative to, ii. 525.
Bill of 1886 :—

Alterations of original plan of,

ii. 594-595.
Amendments proposed for, ii.
572.



Cesser of Irish representation,

ii. 542, 544, 547, 549, 564,

566-567 ; opposed, ii. 564-

565, 567, 572.
Defeat of, ii. 581.
Disabilities specified in, ii.

542, 549.
Financial provisions of, ii.

545,546,559,571,841.
Introduction and first reading

of, i. 363 note ; ii. 550-552,

556.
Postponement of, after second

reading suggested, ii. 573-

574.
Reception of, in the press, ii.

558-559; by Irish party,

ii. 559-560 and notes.
Resolutions instead of, later

views on, ii. 539-541.
Second reading of, ii. 553-

556, 557, 570, 574-581.
Summary of, ii. 840-842.
Taxation provisions of, ii

542, 546-547, 841.
Withdrawal of, after second

reading suggested, ii 573-

574.
Bill of 1892 — preparation, ii.
736-737 and note 1 ; crux of
Irish representation, ii. 737-
738; second reading stage,
ii. 739-740; majority, ii.
744; committee stage, ii.
738-739, 740-743 ; third read-
ing, ii. 744; defeat in House
of Lords, ii 744.
Cesser of Irish representation —
question of (1886), see above
under Bill of 1886; Gladstone's
speech on, at Swansea (1887),
ii. 626; question of (1892),
ii 737-738.
Chamberlain's attitude towards,
ii. 565 note*, 573, 574,
607.
Gladstone's speech on, at Aber-
deen (1871), i 1012; his letter
on (1881), ii. 297; his attitude
towards, before the elections
(1885), ii. 455-456, 474-481;
after the elections, ii. 496-
497, 499, 501-504, 506, SOS-
SI 6, 523 ; his pamphlet on,
ii. 592 and note l ,
Hartington's opposition to, ii
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Irel and — continued.

Home rule for — continued.

Independence of nationalist vote
desirable for concession of, ii.
478.
Liberal party in relation to : —
Central organisation declares

for Gladstone, ii. 563.
Cleavage in, ii. 631 and note ;
542-543, 564; Gladstone's
decision to act regardless
of, ii. 528-544 ; number of
seceders on night of the
division, ii. 581.
Dissentients' meeting in com-
mittee room 15, ii. 575-
577.
Meeting of, at foreign office,

ii. 572-573.
Vacillations of, ii. 563.
Waiting attitude counselled
by Gladstone, ii. 525;
adopted, ii. 526.
National pronouncement for, ii.

492-496.
Pat-nell's demand for, ii. 472.
Popular sentiment regarding, ii.

570, 582.
Salisbury's attitude towards, ii.
471,473, 479,482-484.
InghVs views on, i. 279.
Intimidation in, ii. 438, 439, 451,

523, 627.
Invincibles, ii. 310, 343.
Jansenism in, ii. 624.
Lady correspondents on turbulence

in, ii. 139, 588.
Land League : —

Commission on, ii. 638, 641

et seq.
Gladstone's view of, ii. 287, 299.
Land Act of 1881 in relation to,
ii. 297, 306.
Land tenure in : —
Acts and bills : —
(1849) i. 921.
(1860) i 921 and note.
(1870) i. 928-030; ii. 289;
precautions against evic-
tion, i. 928 ; debates on,
ii. 297 ; Vatican decrees
inimical to parliamentary
success of, ii. 119; Greek
congratulations on, ii. 140 ;
effect of, ii. 497 ; failure of,
ii. 294.
(1881) ii. 293-297; debates



and speeches on, ii. 296-297 ;
Parnell's attitude towards
the Act, ii. 297-30 1 ; nation-
alist efforts to amend the
Act, ii. 306 ; inadequacy of,
ii. 494; effect of, ii. 497;
secured by agitation, ii.
650 ; unpopular, ii. 777.

(1885) ii. 430, 434-435, 437;
widespread repugnance to,
ii. 550, 564-567, 572.

(1886) pressed by Spencer
and Morley, ii. 541 ; in-

; terest in, eclipsed by home

rule, ii. 550; first reading
of,- ii. 553 note.

(1887) ii. 613-614.
Dual Ownership, ii. 294, 295.
Encumbered Estates Act (1849),

i. 921.

English ignorance of, 915.

Peculiarities of, i. 919-920.
| Landed gentry, rule of, destroyed
by liberal party, ii. 496-497.
Local government for (other than
home rule) : —

Canadian scheme suggested, ii
455, 657.

Central board scheme, ii 43.";
Gladstone's attitude towards,
ii. 431, 433-435; Parnell's
approval of, ii. 435, 471, 531,
hi 8 repudiation of, ii. 455,
470 ; his conversation with
Carnarvon regarding, ii 470-
471; liberal cabinet's attitude
towards, ii 434, 531.

County Government bill dis-
cussed by Gladstone and
Chamberlain, ii 465 and
note*.

Federation views of Chamber-
lain, ii 556-557, 567, 579.

Gladstone's letter to Forsteron
(1882), ii 280.

Small holdings and allotments
bill, Chamberlain's views on,
ii. 464 and note.
Maaratrasna debate, ii. 453, 519.
Military v. moonlighters in, ii.

602.
Mitchelstown affair, ii. 620-623.
National League : —

Bill to deal with, proposed by
Hicks Beach, ii. 527.

Commission upon, ii. 638, 641
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Elections influenced by, ii. 495.

Power of, ii. 518.
Papal intervention in, suggested,

ii. 302-303; on plan of cam-
paign, ii. 623-625; on Parnell

leadership, ii. 689.
ParneH'8 position in (1890), ii.

671 ; elections after the split,
. ii. 687, 688.
Peel's view of condition of (1836),

i. 133 ; his decision against

Gladstone for chief secretary,

h 241 and note.
Peers, Iriuh, called to House of

Lords by Beaconsfield, ii. 37 ndte,
Phoanix Park murders, ii. 307, 330,

548, 631.
Plan of campaign : —

English and Scotch view of, il
613.

Gladstone's attitude towards, ii.
610-612.

Nature of, ii. 609-610, 613.

Parnell's attitude towards, ii.
610.

Pope Leo's pronouncements on,
ii. 623-625.

Ulster for, encouraged by
Churchill, ii. 611 note,
Poerio's arrival in, i. 401.
Queen's attitude towards, ii. 33.
Railways in, Gladstone's commis-
sion on, i. 877 note.
Rents in : —

Arrears bill (1882), ii. 306.

Beach on, ii. 609, 613.

Bessborough commission on, ii.
294, 296.

Buller's evidence on, ii. 612.

Conservative vacillations regard-
ing, ii. 613-615.

Cowper commission on (1887),
ii. 612-614.

Crime in relation to excess of,
ii. 649, 650.

Parnell on, ii. 609, 612.

Richmond commission on, ii. 294.
Roman Catholic party in, support-
ing English government, Glad-
stone's view of, i. 129.
Social condition of (1886), ii. 537

{see also Intimidation undtr this

heading).
Tenants' Relief bill, ii. 593, 609.
Tithes bills, ii. 354.
Tractarian movement's effect on

feeling towards, i. 308.



Ulster :—

Elections of 1885 in, ii. 492-493.

Gladstone's consideration of, ii.
476.

Home rule opposed by, ii. 5§7.

Plan of campaign for, encour-
aged by Churchill, ii. 611
note.

Separate assembly for, sugges-
tion of, ii. 572.

Solemn League and Covenant
for, ii. 558.

Variation in rents, attitude
towards, ii. 614.
University education in : —

Gladstone's bill for (1873), ii.
45-53, 103.

Roman Catholic attitude to-
wards, ii. 43-44, 48-49.

Unsettled condition of, ii. 42.
Irish party : —

Aberdeen, attitude towards, i. 444.
Anti-Parnellites, Gladstone's re-
sponsibility towards (1892), ii.

101.
Bright's estimate of, ii. 568.
Cleavage of (1890), ii. 590.
Committee Room Fifteen, ii. 686

and note 2 , 692.
Conservative understanding with,

ii. 428-430, 440, 443, 498, 500,

509-511,514-516,524.
Criminal Law Amendment bill

(1887), tactics on, ii. 617-618.
Dependence upon, undesirable for

settlement of home rule question,

ii. 478.
Exclusion of, from Westminster,

proposed, ii. 542, 644, 547, 549,

564, 566-567 ; opposed, ii. 564-

665, 567, 572; Gladstone's

speech on, at Swansea (1887), ii.

626 ; question of (1892), ii. 737-

738.
Gladstone, estrangement from, on

Italian question, i. 756 ; on his

Vatican campaign, ii. 110; vitu-
peration of (1882), ii. 329 ; gen-

eral attitude towards, ii. 514;

ovation to (1893), ii. 740.
Home Rule bill of '86, excitement

at introduction of, ii. 551 ;

acceptance of, ii 559.
Irish University bill, attitude

towards, ii. 49, 52, 53.
Italian Nationalitv, views on, i.

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Irish party — continued.

Khartoum vote of censure sup-
ported by, ii. 416.

Liberal party — attitude of (1873),
ii. 49 ; support of (1884), ii.
383 and note * ; opposition to,
(1885), ii. 424; dislike of, ii.
514 ; alliance with, apprehended
by tory leaders, ii. 527 ; alliance
accomplished, ii. 610 ; impossi-
bility of uniform action with, ii
611.

Obstructionist tactics of, ii. 288,
291-293, 297, 363, 364.

Papal rescript, attitude towards,
ii. 624.

Parneil re-elected by (Nov. 1890),
ii. 678; effect on, of Glad-
stone's letter, it 682; split on
leadership question, ii. 690-692;
attempts at au understanding,
ii 695.

Parnellites, ii. 698, 710.

Revolution in parliamentary pro-
cedure effected by, ii. 617.

Russell, attitude towards, i
431.

Separate parliamentary organisa-
tion of (1874), ii. 99.

Spencer, Lord, attitude towards,
ii 348.

Strength of (1885), ii 493, 495.

Violence of (1880-85), ii. 548.
Irving, Edward, i. 44, 100.

SirH.,ii 212.

Ismail Pasba, ii. 385 note 2 .
Italian language, ii. 827.
Italy :—

Alabama tribunal, represented on,
ii. 13,20.

Austria — tyranny of, i 389-403;
Aberdeen's views on, ii. 820-821 ;
Gladstone's Letters on, to Lord
Aberdeen, i 392, 394 and note,
396 ; Aberdeen 's view on the
. Letters, i 398, 399 noU\
401 ; ii 799, 800 ; effect of the
Letters, i 396-398, 400-401 and
note*; Austrian war (1S59), i.
618, 620 note 3 , 640 et seq.

Eastern question, attitude towards,
ii. 179.

Ecclesiastical policy of, Gladstone's
views on, ii. 118 note.

Finance of, i. 741.

France— aid from, i. 641-642, 648;
alliance sought by (1870), i.



957; neutrality during Franco-
Prussian war, i. 978.

German alliance of, ii. 654.

Gladstone's visit to (1850), i. 389-
393; (1859) i 618; (1866) i
847-853; (1889) ii. 653;
Italian recognition of his ser-
vices, ii 141, 772; his views
on policy of (1868), ii. 653-655,
842.

Rome occupied by government of,
in Franco-Prussian war, i 977 ;
ii. 120.

Savoy, distinct (rom, i. 656.

Smyrna demonstration favoured
by, ii 248.

Suez canal protection, invited to
help in, ii 320.

Unification of, i 651 ; Gladstone
slow to advocate, i 389, 390,
646*647; effect of movement
on England, i 757-758.

Venetia transferred to, i 848.
Ithaca, i 603.

Jackson, Dean, i 49 and note 3 .
Jacobson, Bp., i 457, 782.
Jamaica : —

Apprenticeship system in, i 145.

Slave estates in, i 22.

Suspension of constitution of, pro-
posed, i 221.
James, Sir Henry, made attorney-
general, ii 71 note, 78 ; on the

Greenwich seat question, i 470;

on the Bradlaugh question, ii 252 ;

Gladstone's regard for, ii 350;

Corrupt Practices bill, i 97 noU l ;

ii 350 ; Collings' amendment, ii

528 ; on spies, ii 644 note.
Sir Walter, Gladstone's letters

to, i. 357, 409, 549 ; otherwise

mentioned, ii. 165, 173.
Jansenism, ii 624.
Jeffreys, H. A., i 71, 72, 80.
Jelf, W. E., i 1020.
Jenner, Dr., i 733, 737.
Jerusalem : —

Bishopric question, i. 308-309,
312.

Greek and Latin dispute regarding
holy places in, i 478.
Jessel, Sir G., ii 71 note, 76-78.
Lady, ii. 355.



Jesuits, ii. 124.
Jeune, Dr., i. 499, 508.
Jevons, W. S., i. 691.



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Jews : —

Admission of, to parliament, i.
375-377 ; opposed by Glad-
stone, i. 106 ; by Inglis, i. 328.
Disraeli's sympathies with, ii. 160-

161,166,715-716.
Eastern question, attitude towards,

ii.179.
Peerage recommended for, by

Gladstone, ii. 37.
Rothschild's work for, ii. 250.

Jingoism, ii. 413.

Jocelyn, Viscount, i. 295.

Johnson, Dr., ii. 721.

Reverdy, ii. 9 note 2 .

Jones, Rev. J., i. 11.

Ernest, i. 396, 400.

Joubert,General,ii.265,269, 274,279.

Jowett, B., supports Gladstone at
Oxford, i. 335 ; on Oxford reform,
i. 501, 502 ; Gladstone's apprecia-
tion of, i. 508, 512; advocates civil
service reform, i. 512 ; estimate of
Gladstone, L 812; work on educa-
tional reform (1869), i. 946.

Joy, Henry Hall,i. 29, 34.

Juxon, Archbishop, ii. 336 and note l .

Kainadjt, treaty of, ii. 158.

Kean, Charles, ii. 136.

Keate, Dr., i. 28, 30, 32, 34, 42,
44-46.

Keble, John, i. 57, 178, 317, 380
note*, 815-816.

Kempis, Thomas a, i. 820, 821.

Kew Gardens feud, ii. 28.

Khalifa, the, ii. 384.

Khartoum, see under Soudan.

Kimberley, Earl of, lord privy seal
(1868), ii. 823 ; on Alabama case,
ii. 19; colonial secretary (1870),
ii. 823 ; (1880) ii. 833 ; corre-
spondence, etc., on Transvaal ques-
tion, ii. 268, 271-276, 278, 280,
282-284; decides against a Trans-
vaal commission, ii. 273 and note ;
Indian secretary (1882), ii. 833;
for home rule, ii. 531 note ; Indian
secretary ( 1886),ii. 537 note; presi-
dent of councilandlndian secretary
(1892), ii. 735 note; at last cabinet
council, ii 751 ; otherwise men-
tioned, L 938 ; ii. 290.

King, Locke, i. 760 ; ii. 832.

Kinglake, A. W., i. 480-481 and
note ; ii. 165 note.

Kingsley, Dr., i. 777.



Kingsley, Rev. C, ii. 41.

Kireeff, Colonel, ii. 165 note.

Kitchener, Major, ii. 406.

Kiteon, Sir James, ii. 219, 299-300.

Knapp, Rev. H. H., L 29, 80.

Ksatchbull, Sir E., i. 254, 420, 790
note l .

Knollys family, i. 734.

Knowles, J., ii. 596, 598, 600.

Knox, Alexander, i. 161.

Knutsford, Lord, ii. 285 note.

Kordofan, ii. 386.

Kossuth, i. 402, 415,

Kruger, President, Gladstone's meet-
ing with (1877), ii. 179; urges
reversal of annexation, ii. 265, 269 ;
correspondence with Collcy, ii.
275-276, 278.

Labouchbre, H. L., i. 420 note l .
Labour, war-loans as affecting, i.

517.
Lacaita, Sir James, Gladstone's ac-
quaintance with, i. 390-391 ; sec-
retary to Gladstone's Ionian com-
mission, i. 597, 607 ; Gladstone's
letters to, i. 399, 649, 741, 853 ;
ii. 118, 127 ; otherwise mentioned,
i. 396, 818.
Laing's Nek, ii. 274, 276, 277, 282.
Lake, Dean, i. 335 ; ii. 335.
Lamartine, cited, i. 395.
Lamb, Charles, i. 215 and note l .
Lambert, Sir John, i. 860 ; ii. 75-76.
Lamennais, i. 200, 457.
Lancashire : —

American civil war, effect of, i.
700; Gladstone's relief works,
i. 711 note 1 ; fortitude under
distress, i. 758.
Gladstone's speeches in (1864), i.
765 ; (1865) i. 812 ; invited to
stand for (1865), i. 773; his
candidature, i. 779-781 ; his
election, i. 781.
Lancaster, T. W. L., i. 111.
Landed property : —

Chamberlain's pronouncements on,

ii.414.
Gladstone's views on, i. 345-349,
463 ; his budget proposals re-
garding, i. 463, 471.
Ireland, in, see under Ireland.

Langley, , ii. 98.

Lansdowne, 3rd Marquis of, view of,

on repeal, i. 289 ; on reform, i.

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Lansdowne — continued.

Gladstone's budget, i. 465, 466 ;
attempts to form a government,
L 528 ; fails, L 529 ; conditionally
consents to join Palmerston's
government,! 533 ; assists Palmer-
ston, L 539 ; recommends Derby
for premiership, i. 576 ; otherwise
mentioned, L 75, 431, 493, 530;
ii 806.

5th Marquis of, ii. 288, 330.

Lanyon, Sir O., ii. 271-272, 280, 283
note.

Land, Archbishop, ii. 720.

Lavalette, Marquisde, i. 958-959, 963.

Law of nations, i. 370, 371 note.

Layard, Sir A. H. L., ii. 241.

Lebceuf, Marshal, i. 968.

Lecky, W. E. H., ii. 665.

Leeds, Gladstone elected for (1850),
ii. 219 and note 2 ; his visit to
(1881), ii. 299-301 ; Herbert Glad-
stone returned for, ii. 226.

Leeds Mercury, ii. 504 note.

Lefevre, J. G. Shaw-, L 252 ; ii. 53 1
note, 735 note, 833.

Legacy duty, see Succession duty.

Legh, , i. 781 note.

Legislation work, Gladstone's review
of, i. 685-686.

Leighton, F. K. (Warden of All
Souls'), L 627.

Archbishop, i. 819.

Leith, Gladstone's election for, ii.
584.

Leo xiti., Pope, ii. 623-625.

Leopard i, essay on, ii. 788.

Leopold i., i. 449.

ii., King of the Belgians, i.

829 ; ii. 66, 402.

Priuce, i. 894.

(Hohenzollern), i. 957-

962, 964, 966, 967 note.

Lesseps, M. de, i. 591, 592 ; ii. 141.

Lessons in Massacre, ii. 168, 170.

Lewis, SirG. Cornewall, on American
civil war, i. 703, 714, 718 and note;
on Irish agrarian outrage, i. 281
and note; on Gladstone's influence
in Oxford, i. 499 ; criticises Glad-
stone's budget (1859), i 653 ; suc-
ceeds Gladstone as chancellor of !
exchequer, i. 539-540 ; budget of ;
(1855), i. 517, 559-562; Glad-
stone's differences with, on finance,
L 656,701; ii. 231,81 1 ; agreement
with, ii. 812 ; objects to French t



I treaty project, i. 655; on Paper
Duties bill, i. 667, 671 ; views of,
on nature of government, i. 697 ;
cabinet struggle with Gladstone
(1862),i. 729; Gladstone's estimate
of,i. 701 ; his estimate of Gladstone,
L 547 ; death of, i. 70 1 ; otherwise
mentioned, L 229, 256, 374, 441,
481 note, 519, 624, 665, 684, 828 ;
ii. 147, 814-815.
Lewis, Sir Gilbert, Gladstone's letter
to, i 701.

Lady Theresa, L 824.

Liardet, , L 98.

Liberal party : —

Adullamites, i. 839, 845, 858, 859.
Apathy and disorganisation of

(1879), ii. 194.
Aristocratic element withdrawn

from, ii. 533.
Church of England, antagonistic

to (1870), ii. 547.
Cleavage in (1867), i. 862, 866;
(1872) i. 1022 ; (1874) ii. 107 ;
threatened (1885), ii. 410, 425,
428, 437, 440, 505, 507, 522,
534; Gladstone's efforts to
avert, ii. 460, 462, 481, 613,
522, 523 ; Gladstone's deter-
mination not to take part in, ii
462 ; not to lead a home rule
opposition, ii. 522 ; to act
regardless of followers, ii. 528,
544 ; cleavage accomplished, ii.
531 and note* 542-543; first
public mark of, ii. 564 ; number
of seceders on night of home rule
division, ii. 581 ; reunion de-
Bired by Gladstone, ii. 603, 606,
611 (see also below Disaffection).
Closure countenanced by, ii. 617.
Colonial and Irish policy of % vindi-
cated by Gladstone, i. 214-215.
Conservative party supported by,
on important measures, it 497-
498.
'Construction' shibboleth of, iL

413.
Disaffection in (1866-67), i. 836,



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