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839-843, 858, 859, 861, 862,
867,869; (1868) i. 880; (1869-
74) ii. 103; (1870-73) iL 105;
(1872-73) ii. 44, 50, 52 and
note, 53 ; (1873) iL 65 (see also
above, Cleavage).
Electoral losses of (1874), iL 98-
99; triumph (1880), iL 217,



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221-222; gains (1886-90), ii.
667.
Foreign policy of, attacked by Pall

Mall Gazette, ii. 187.
Forster's view of (1863), i. 757.
Gladstone's junction -with, i. 626 ;

his reception by, i. 838.
Hartington accepts leadership of

(1874), ii. 114.
Home rule, see under Ireland.
Irish party, see under Irish party.
Leadership of — Harrington's ac-
ceptance of (1874), ii. 114;
1 Gladstone's correspondence on

(1885), ii. 463, 465-467.
Majority of, in 1868, i. 885 and

note*.
ParnelTs denunciations of, ii. 685,

690, 699.
Questions tending to divide, list

of, ii. 111.
Hound table conference, ii. 604,

606-608 and note.
Tea-room schism, i. 862, 866.
Ultra-toryism in, i. 677.
Liberal Unionist party : —

Coercion the touchstone for, ii.

608.
Conservatives, union with, ii. 590.
Round table conference, ii. 604,
606-608 and note.
Liberalism, Acton on, ii. 601.
Liberty : —

De Maistre on, ii 126.
Gladstone's feeling for, i. 60, 84,
179, 180, 384-385; it 126, 132,
190, 258-259, 328, 384, 418,
600, 715, 775; his views regard-
ing fitness for, ii. 298.
Licensing bills (1871), i. 1022-1024.
Liddell, Bean, i. 59 note, 946 ; ii. 147.
Liddon, Canon, ii. 41, 661.
Lieven, Madame de, i. 270, 397, 401,

469.
Life-insurance duty, i. 462.
Lightfoot, Bp., ii. 41.
Lincoln, Lord, see Newcastle, 5th
Duke of.

President, i. 709 ; ii. 475.

Liquor interest, influence of, on

election of 1874, ii. 103.
Literary controversy, temper for, ii.

591.
Littlemore, i. 235, 310.
Littleton, E. J. L., i 113.
Liverpool : —

Canning's election for, i. 9-10.



Conservatism of, ii. 213.
Early condition of, i. 21-22.
Electoral scandals at, i. 105.
Gladstone, John, settles in, i. 16.
Gladstone's debt to, i. 192; speech
at (1856), i. 363 note*; speech
at (1864), i. 766; election
speech at (1865), i. 779-780 ;
speech at, on reform (1866), i.
836 ; address at, on Strauss
(1872), ii. 132; reception at
(1876), ii. 166 ; speech at (1895),
ii. 761.

Liverpool Courier, Gladstone's letters
to, i 32.

Liverpool Standard, Gladstone's con-
tributions to, i. 98.

Liverpool, Lord, church patronage
under, i. 153; nature of government
of, i 298 ; policy of, i. 121 ; other-
wise mentioned, i. 242, 419 ; it
705, 783.

Lloyd, Bishop, i. 57.

Loans for war purposes, i. 515-518.

Loch Lochy, battle at, i. 17 note.

Lochnagar, i. 116, 733, 736.

Locke, i. 135; ii. 716-717.

Lockhart, J. G., i. 274, 314-315.

Loftus, Lord A., i. 955-956.

Lombardy, i. 248, 641.

London, election results in (1880),
ii.221.

and N.-Western Railway, ii 41 1.

convention (1884), ii. 286 and

note.

protocol, i. 170.

Londonderry, Lord, i. 419 ; ii. 246.

Longley, Archbishop, ii. 336 note K

' Lord Dundreary,' i. 730.

Lords, House of, see under Parlia-
ment.

Lorraine, annexation of, i. 980-982.

Louis, Princess of Hesse (Princess
Alice), i 724, 731-734, 737, 821,
1012.

xvi., ii. 720.

Napoleon, see Napoleon in.

Louise, Princess, L 1013 ; ii. 19, 141,
764.

Lowe, Robert (Lord Sherbrooke),
opposes reform, i. 855-837, 839,
858, 862, 865, 869 ; ii 540 note 4 ;
declines to join Derby Govern-
ment, i. 845 ; pronouncement
on franchise, i. 789-790; on
Gladstone's leadership, i. 806 ;
chancellor of exchequer (1868), i.



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Lowe, Robert (Lord Sherbrooke) —
continued,
888 ; ii. 823 ; views on Irish laud
question, i. 917, 926 ; urges civil
service reform, i. 510, 948-949 ;
opposes transportation of convicts
to Australia, i. 359 ; Gladstone's
letter to, on treasury administra-
tion, L 1006 ; ii. 829 ; budgets of,
i. 1007 ; speech at Sheffield on
finance, i. 1009-1010 ; on Alabama
-case, ii. 18, 19; attitude towards
Gladstone, ii. 24; Gladstone's
estimate of, ii. 25, 72-73 ; on
Irish University bill, ii. 49 ; post
office scandal, ii. 68-69, 71, 72;
home secretary (1873), ii. 71
note, 824; on the Greenwich seat
question, ii. 77 ; protests against
Gladstone's retirement, ii. 106; vis-
county desired for, by Gladstone,
n. 239 ; otherwise mentioned, i.
881,894; ii. 112,823,824.

Lowther, James, i. 929.

Lubbock, Sir John, ii. 170.

Lucas, , i. 258.

Lucretius, ii 259, 721, 724.

Lushington, , i. 59 note.

Lyndhurst, Lord, failure to form a
ministry (1832), ii 832; attitude
towards repeal, i 283 ; Brougham's
compliment to, i 575 and note ;
Gladstone's estimate of, i 730 ;
otherwise mentioned, i. 75, 122,
293-294, 828.

Lyons, Lord, on Trent affair, i. 707-
709; on reduction of armaments,
i 956 ; Spanish sovereign affair,
i. 959, 961-964, 970; on Black
Sea affair, i. 985; mentioned, h.
345.

Lyttelton, Lady (Mary Glynne),
Gladstone's appreciation of, i 187 ;
marriage of, i. 223; illness and
death of, i. 572-573 ; mentioned,
i 274, 293, 734.

Lord, marriage of, i. 223 ;

examines at Eton, i. 229 ; attitude
towards Welsh bishoprics question,
i. 288 ; connection with Oak Farm,
i. 337 et seq. ; views on Gladstone's
new policy (1865), i 767; en-
dowed schools commissioner, ii.
109 ; Gladstone's letters to, i. 327,
381, 454, 871, 933, 940, 946, 998 ;
ii. 825; otherwise mentioned, i.
187, 306, 846 ; ii. 147.



Lyttelton, Neville, on Herbert Glad-
stone's candidature, ii 225.

Lytton, £. L. Bulwer, Lord, casts
Gladstone's horoscope, L 196-197 ;
suggests to Gladstone mission to
Ionian Islands, i 594 ; Gladstone's
relations with, i 609, 617 ; funeral .
of, ii. 45 ; otherwise mentioned,
i. 149, 561, 662, 815.

Sir Edward, i 609, 612.

Macaulay, Lord, first speech of, L
22 note*; Sadler defeated by, i
99 note ; meets Gladstone in Rome
(1838), i 173-174; on Gladstone's
first book, i. 177-178; on Ohurck
Principles, i 181 ; on Gladstone's
political position, i. 182; Glad-
stone contrasted with, L 192-193,
195; debating method of, i. 195;
on the China question, i. 226;
Gladstone's censure of, i 236;
on Lady Hewley case, i. 322 ; on
Gladstone's ecclesiastical views in
1838, i 323 ; on Disraeli's budget
debate, i. 440 ; on Barrow, ii 144,
W7 note; Warren Hasting*, ii
530 ; Gladstone's estimate of, ii

- 338, 665 ; linguistic purity of, ii
716 ; on Dryden, ii. 724 ; Glad-
stone's essay on, ii 786 ; other-
wise mentioned, i 220, 245 note,
315, 539, 689, 828, 872, 883.

Z., i 236.

McCarthy, Justin, on conservative
'overtures to Irish party, ii 430
and note*; Gladstone's views on
Parnell leadership announced to,
ii. 676, 677, 684 ; ignorant of
Parnell's plans, ii. 679; leads away
the anti-Parnellites, ii. 691-692.

Macdonald, family of, i 17 note.

Sir John, ii. 9.

Macedonia, ii. 772.

Machiavelli, i. 643 and note ; ii 126,
202.

Macgregor, J., Gladstone's estimate
of, i. 250, 252.

Macmillan, Mr., i 455.

M'Neile, Rev. Hugh, ii. 153.

Magee, Bishop, i 892, 894-895, 900
note, 909 note.

Magyars, eastern question, attitude
towards, ii. 179, 217.

Mahdi, the, ii. 384, 389, 397, 401.

Mahon, Lord, see Stanhope.

Maine, ii 13.



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Maistre, Joseph de, ii 126-127 and

note 2 .; ii. 716.
Maitland, Sir Thomas, i 619 note 2 .
Majuba Hill, ii. 272.
Malacca Straits, ii. 96.
Malet, Sir £., ii. 386.
Malmesbury, Lord, estimate of, i.
198 ; his estimate of Gladstone, i
431 ; on co-operation with Glad-
stone, i. 562 ; distrusted by Glad-
stone, i. 623, 624 ; otherwise men-
tioned, i. 361 note 4 , 417, 561, 595.
Maltby, Bp., i. 56.
Manchester : —

Disraeli's speech at (1872), i 1024.
Fenian outrage in, i. 875.
Fraser appointed bishop, ii. 40.
Gladstone nominated for (1837), i
141 ; his speech at (1853), i.
483.
Nonconformist protest at, against
Education Act, i. 942.
Manin, D„ i. 402; ii. 141.
Manners, Lord J., see Rutland.
Manning: —

Chronology — Strongly anglican
attitude, i 161 ; in Rome with
Gladstone, i. 173, 174; approves
Church Principles, i. 182 ; re-
vises MS. of Church Principles,
i 224 ; godfather to Gladstone's
eldest son, i. 227 ; with Glad-
stone before resignation on May-
nooth, i. 273, 274 ; Gladstone's
close relations with, i. 310, 313 ;
Newman's letters to, i. 3 1 1 , 3 1 2 ;
Guy Fawkes sermon, i. 3 1 3 note 1 ;
on secession to Rome, i. 317 ; on
Gladstone's career; i. 323; on
church outlook, i 325 ; Gorham
case, i. 378-380 and note 2 ; seces-
sion toRome,i.385-387; estrange-
ment from Gladstone, i. 387 and
note 2 ; on Gladstone's Irish
church policy, i. 777, 880, 884,
913; letter on Oxford defeat,
i. 781, 784 note; letter to
Gladstone on premiership, i.
889; Irish Land bill (1870), i.
928, 930 ; on Education bill, i.
942 ; on Irish University bill, ii.
47, 48 ; pamphlet of, replying
to Gladstone's on Vatican de-
crees, ii 1 12, 127-129 ; on eastern
question, ii. 179 ; intercourse
with Gladstone renewed, it 521 ;
on oesser of Irish representa-



tion, ii. 565 ; on Parnell leader-
ship, ii. 688-689.
Contrasted with Newman, i 771 ;

ii. 129.
Gladstone's letters to, i. 171, 230,

276, 323-325, 378 ; ii. 346.
Ultramontanism of. ii. 117-118;
otherwise mentioned, i. 55, 141,
148, 207 note 2 , 260, 321, 364,
393, 403 note, 826, 848-849 ; ii.
82, 107, 112, 117,431, 437.
Mansfield, Lord, i. 17, 75.
Manzoni, i. 173, 645, 785 note 2 ; ii.

141 ; ode translated, ii. 789.
Marcus Aurelius, i. 207 and note x .
Maria, Donna, i. 248.
Marie Antoinette, ii. 709.
Marlborough, Duke of, i 902, 909;

ii 179.
Marriage — civil, legalisation of, i.
567 ; deceased wife's sister ques-
tion, i. 569 ; Gladstone's views
on, t 568-572.
Marriott, C, i. 59 note, 334.
Marsham, Dr. i. 336, 426-427.
Martin, Sir J., i. 1017.

Sir Theodore, i. 680 note \

Martineau, Miss, ii. 149.

James, i. 772 ; ii. 765.

Maskell, Rev. W., i. 380 note 2 .
Match tax, i. 1007 and notes,
Mathew, Father, i. 826.
Maurice, F. D., influence of, i. 54 ;
Newman compared with, i. 165 ;
proceedings against, i 168, 316,
454-456; on Gladstone's Oxford
candidature, i 331-332; King's
College attack on, i. 454-455 ;
appointed to Yere St., i. 456;
otherwise mentioned, i. 54, 59
note, 60, 64, 79, 149, 376 ; ii 142.
May, Sir T. E„ on the Greenwich
seat question, ii. 75, 77 ; assists
Speaker against obstruction, ii.
293 ; memo, by, ii. 525 note ; men-
tioned, ii 546.
Maynooth : —

Conservative advantage regarding

Act, ii. 478.
Gladstone's retirement on question

of, i. 632, 872, 874.
Inglis opposes grant to, i. 328.
Irish Church bill (1869) concerned

with, i, 897, 900.
Peel's policy regarding, i. 270;
Gladstone's attitude towards
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Maynooth— continued.

Russell's speech on, i. 411-412.

Mazzini, i. 390, 396, 402, 784, 818 ;
ii. 704, 718.

Melbourne, Lord, dismissal of (1834) ,
i. 118 and note 2 ; Hampden ap-
pointment, i. 166-167 ; on Peel's
position (1843), i 266; nature of
government of, i. 298 ; Gladstone's
estimate of, ii. 712; long admini-
stration of, ii. 733 ; otherwise
mentioned, i. 143, 543; ii. 711,
730.

Melvill, H., i. 100.

Menechikoff, i. 486, 494.

Merimee, Prosper, ii. 141.

Merivale, Charles, ii. 147.

Metaphysical Society, ii. 132.

Metaphysics, Gladstone's attitude
towards, i 209.

Metastasio, i 108.

Metternich, i. 366, 953.

Mexico, French embarrassments in,
i 718-719.

Miall, E., i. 939 ; ii. 52.

Middlesborough, i 712 and note.

Midlothian, Gladstone's invitation to
stand for, ii. 192 ; agrees, ii. 193 ;
general outlook, ii 194-195; the
campaign, ii. 195-196, 267; the
Queen's disapproval, ii. 236, 342 ;
his return for (1880), ii. 219, 220;
(1886) ii. 584; (1892) ii. 732;
his farewell to, ii. 775-776.

Mignet, F.-A.-A., i 854.

Miguel, Don, i. 248.

Miles, , i. 264.

Mill, James, i. 144, 200, 1000-
1001.

J. S., views on the Tractarians,

i. 163-164; on civil service
reform, i. 509 ; estimate of
Gladstone, i. 757 ; on govern-
ment of India, i. 918; on Irish
land question, i. 927 ; on educa-
tion, i. 936 ; against the ballot,
i. 1000-1001 ; memorial to, ii. 151-
152; Gladstone's estimate of, ii.
152 ; otherwise mentioned, i. 187,
189, 229, 314, 854, 916; ii. 38,
142, 731.

Dr. W. H., i. 319, 380 noteK

Millais, Sir J., ii. 189-190.

Milman, Dean, i. 56, 166, 800; ii.
147.

Milnes, R. Monckton, i. 135, 149,
177, 229, 234.



Milton, Gladstone's estimate of,i 96;
views on the church, i 155; on
marriage, i 568, 572; Gladstone
compared with, ii. 163.

Minghetti, ii. 141.

Mold, speech at (1856), i. 363 note*.

Moldavia, i 637.

Molesworth, Sir William, views on
toleration, i 138; on Canadian
revolt, i 361 and note 5 ; in coali-
tion cabinet, i. 447, 450 ; Denisons
attitude towards, i 451 ; supports
Gladstone's budget, i. 466 ; attitude
towards Crimean war, i. 482 note ;
on colonial policy, ii. S03 ; other-
wise mentioned, i 144, 358, 361,
362, 458, 492 ; ii. 253, 806.

Moltke, i 955, 958, 9C6-967.

Moncreiff, Rev. Sir H. W. t i. 59, 73.

Money dealings, i 206 ; ii. 659-660.

Monsell, W., postmaster-general
(1870), ii. 68-69, 71 note, 87,
823.

Montalembert, De, i. 178, 819; ii
84, 89 ; letter from, ii. 152.

Monte Casein o, i 852-853.

Montenegro : —

Berlin Treaty's provisions regard-
ing, ii. 247-249.
Revolt in, ii. 157, 161, 169, 174-

175.
Sympathy in Gladstone's illness,
ii. 763.

More, Hannah, i. 12.

Moriarty, Bishop, ii. 120.

Morier, Sir Robert, ii 133.

Morpeth, Lord, i. 222.

Morley, Arnold, ii. 669, 673, 674 note.

John, appointment of, as Irish

secretary, ii. 535, 537 vote;
previous utterances of, on Irish
question, ii 536 note l ; presses Irish
land bill, ii. 541 ; in communica-
tion with Parnell, ii 544-546,
560 note 1 ; letter from Parnell
against withdrawal of bill after
second reading, ii 573; letter
on ParneH's view of resigna-
tion, ii. 587 ; at round table
conference, ii. 604 note; Glad-
stone's letter to, on Churchill's
retirement, ii. 604; interviews
with Parnell, ii. 609, 610;
Gladstone's letters to, on plan of
campaign, ii 611-612; Bingley
Hall meeting, ii 628; Parnell
consults with, on Times letters,



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ii. 634 ; Gladstone's letter to, on
Italian policy, ii. 654; Glad-
stone's letter to, on Parnell, ii.
669-671 ; meeting at Lord Ron-
del's on Parnell affair, ii. 674 note ;
Gladstone's letter to, on Parnell's
leadership, ii. 676 ; interviews
with Parnell, ii. 679-681, 684;
visit to Ha warden (1890), ii. 692-
694 ; Gladstone's letters to, on
Kilkenny election, ii. 697 ; on his
birthday, ii. 698 ; on death of
eldest son, ii. 701 ; at Biarritz,
ii. 703 ei seq. ; at Dalmeny, ii.
731-732 ; Gladstone's letter to, on
election, ii. 734 ; Irish secretary
(1892), ii. 735 note; at Butter-
stone with Gladstone, ii. 765 ;
farewell visit, ii. 768 ; otherwise
mentioned, ii. 627, 663, 737 note \
739 note, 740.

Mortgage of land, Gladstone's views
regarding, i 347, 349.

Mozley, J. B., i. 334.

T., i. 894.

Mnlgrave, Lord, ii. 451 note,

Mundella, A. J. t ii 537 note, 735 note.

Munster, Count, ii. 487.

Murchison, Sir R., i. 1014.

Murray, Archbishop, i. 178.

Sir G., i. 112, 790 note \

John, i. 274, 1016.

Myrianthes, Archimandrite, ii 140.

Napier, Sir Chaslks, on Ionian
islanders, i 598-599.

Naples : —

Gladstone's visit to (1850), i 389-

393 ; later visit (1888), ii. 653.

Misgovernment of, i. 390-393,

646, 650-651.
Victor Emmanuel's entry into, i.
651.

Napoleon I., i. 320 and note 1 ', ii.
722, 725, 789.

in., plot to slay, i. 574 ; aids

Italy, i 641-642, 648 ; estimate of,
by a papal official, i 644 note ;
difficulties of, with French ul tra-
montanes^. 649; Cobden's negotia-
tions with, i 654; estimate of
Gladstone's budget speech, i. 662 ;
friendliness towards England, i.
680; Palmerston's mistrust of, i
683 ; urges plan of representations
to America, i. 71S-719; on Gari-
baldi, i. 745 ; on Danish question,



i. 751, 752; ii. 188; Gladstone
dines with (1867), i 855 ; uneasi-
ness regarding Prussia, i 955 ; de-
position of, i. 977 ; letter from, ii.
154 ; otherwise mentioned, i. 485-
486, 489, 490, 637-641, 959, 962
note \ 9G3, 968.

National Debt : —

Conversion scheme (1853), i 472,

513 ; ii. 805.
Proposals regarding (1866), i 691,

834.
Reduction of (1868-73), i. 1009.
Terminable annuities for paying
off, ii 809.

Press Agency, ii 504 note, 505.

Nationalist party, see Irish party.

Nationality : —

Emergence of principle of, i 636-

637.
Gladstone's attitude towards
(1851), i. 389, 390; (1854) ii.
647-648; (1859) i 618; (1885)
ii 500; (1S88) ii. 601.
Napoleon in.'s views on, i 641.

Negro apprenticeship, Gladstone's
speech on, i. 134 and note.

Neiison of Springfield, i. 16.

Nelson, Thomas, i. 110.

Neruda, Mme. Norman, ii. 67.

Nettleship, Mr., ii. 759.

Neville, Father, ii. 628.

Newark, Gladstone's candidature and
election for (1832), i 88-94, 96-
97, 181 ; returned for, without
contest (1834), i. 121 ; speech at
(1835), i. 129; speech at (1837),
i. 138; returned for (1837), i
141; (1841) i. 238; end of his
connection with, i. 287.

Newcastle, Gladstone's visit to
( 1862), i. 7 10-712 ; his speeches at
(1891), ii. 702.

4th Duke of, offers Gladstone in-
fluence in Newark, i 88-89 ; views
of, i. 91-92 ; Gladstone's relations
with, i. 94 ; Gladstone's visit to,
i 95 ; Sadler a nominee of, i. 99 ;
Gladstone's first book approved
by, i 176 j mentioned, i 286.

5th Duke of, informs Glad-
stone of parliamentary opening
at Newark, i 88 ; re-elected
(1846), i. 288; on Gladstone's
quarrel with Bentinck, i. 302 ;
Russell's proposal to, i. 350 ; ad-
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Newcastle, 5th Duke of— continued.
406 ; desires leadership of Peelites,
i 408 ; attitude towards Derby,
L 418 ; ideas of a third party, i.
419, 423 ; supports Gladstone's
budget, i 466; war minister
daring Crimean war, i 651-652 ;
suggests substitution of Palmer-
ston for himself, i 522; on
Peelites' refusal to join Palmerston,
i 535; favours Ionian project, i.
595 ; attitude towards French
treaty scheme, i. 656; on Paper
Duties bill, i. 667, 671; sup-
ports Finance bill proposal, i.
673 ; death of, i 777 ; Gladstone
trustee for, i 785 ; Gladstone's
estimate of, i. 827, 890; other-
wise mentioned, i 54, 74, 113,
119, 242, 285, 287, 355, 420,
443, 480 note, 490, 491, 493 and
note, 528, 536, 584, 871, 872; ii.
806, 814-815.

Newdegate, C. N., ii 255.

Newman, Francis, i. 329; letter
from, i. 811; ii. 147.

Cardinal, J. H., Gladstone's

early contact with, i. 57-58 and
note. 1 ; sermons by, i. 58, 79, 86 ;
Gladstone's estimate of, i. 163 note 1 ;
on Church Principle*, i. 181 ; on
J. R. Hope, i 228 note; Glad-
stone's correspondence with, i 272;
Tract Ninety, i 306-307, 311 ;
view on Jerusalem bishopric, i. 308,
309, 312; on system of Roman
church, i. 310 ; position of (1843),
i. 310-313; Gladstone on treat-
ment of, i. 316; secession of, i.
317; letter of, describing Glad-
stone's position, i. 632 ; contrasted
with Manning, i. 771 ; ii. 129 ; on
Gladstone's criticism of Ecce Homo,
L 801 ; on Gladstone's Chapter of
Autobiography, i. 854 ; reply to
Gladstone's Vatican Decrees pamph-
let, ii. 128 ; to Vaticanism, ii. 129 ;
last letter from, ii. 155 ; Glad-
stone's call on, with Chamberlain,
ii. 178 and note ; Gladstone's letter
to, on papal responsibility for dis-
loyal priests in Ireland, ii. 302 ;
reply, ii. 303 ; death of, ii. 661 ;
otherwise mentioned, i. 159, 165,
168, 235, 319, 826; ii. 112,
628.

Newnham College, ii. 625.



New Zealand, i 297-298, 358 ; ii. 803.

Nice, French acquisition of, i. 643,
656, 664, 742.

Nineteenth Century, ii. 596-600, 759.

Nomination boroughs, i 621.

Nonconformists, see Dissenters.

Normanby, Lord, i 407.

Norreys, Lord, i 72.

North, Lord, i 133 ; ii 75, 421.

North Notts, i. 287.

Northbrook, Karl of, Gladstone's
letter to, on Egyptian mission, ii.
361 ; agrees to send Gordon to
Soudan, ii. 390; against home
rule, ii. 531 note, 534 ; otherwise
mentioned, i 450 note; ii. 508,
833.

Northeote, Sir S., see Iddesleigh.

Norway, Gladstone's cruisesto ( 1 883),
iL 355-357 ; (1885) ii. 457-458.

Novalis, cited, ii. 706.

Novikoff, Mme., ii 165, 182, 190.

Nubar, ii 389, 393, 397.

Oakj5LKY,F., i 310.

Oak Farm, financial embarrassments
of, i. 337 et seq. ; Gladstone's pre-
occupation with, i. 272, 340, 342 ;
his public finance influenced by
experiences with, i 474.

O'Brien, W. Smith, i. 400.

W., ii. 688.

Obstruction, see under Parliament.

O'Connell, Daniel, repeal amendment
of (1833), i 106; ii 525 note;
on Harvey committee, i 112 note,
113; influence of, on Gladstone, i
113 ; tory attitude towards, i 129,
138 ; visits Newark, i 130 ; on
Gladstone's first book, i. 178 ;
Peel's attitude towards (1844), i
270; Gladstone contrasted with,
ii. 201 ; crime denounced by, ii
290 ; otherwise mentioned, i. 101,
266, 372, 861 ; ii. 251, 302, 733.

Octagon, the, ii. 134-156.

Office, Gladstone's view of desire
for, i. 554.

O'Hagan, Lord, i 926.

Okes, Provost, i. 11.

Oliver, Mrs., i 9 note.

Opium question, i 259-260.

Oratory, political, i 191-195, 411,
470; ii 197, 552 (see also
Gladstone, W. E. — characteristics
— eloquence).

Orsini affair, i 658, 678.



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Osman Digna, iL 418.
Osaory, Archdeacon of, i. 899.
Oswald, Alex., i. 419.
Otho, King, i. 479, 605.
Ottomans, see Turkey.
Owen, Professor, ii. 145.

Oxenham, , i 59 note.

Oxford :—

Bias of, i. 60, 70, 84.

Chandos opposes Gladstone at, i.
628.

Christ Church, enthusiasm at,
after Gladstone's election (1847),
i. 336.

Democracy, attitude towards, i.
669.

Dissenters' disabilities at, i. 947
and note.

Ewelme appointment, i. 1020-1021.

Famous sons of, ii. 716.

Gladstone's career at, i. 48-85 ;
his feeling for, i. 80, 84-85,
782 ; ii. 726, 768; his combina-
tion of Lancashire and, i. 192,
675 ; his visit* to ( 1 834), i. 1 1 1 ;
(1847) i. 235, 377; (1853) i.
457; (1872) ii. 44-45; his
reception of D.C.L. degree at, i.
377 ; his advice to his son at, i.
205 ; sympathy from, ii. 767.

Gladstone's candidature for ( 1847),
i. 328-333 ; election,]. 333-335 ;
his return for (1852), i. 426-
427 ; return for (1853), i. 452 ;
return for (1857), i. 565 ; return
for (1859), i. 614 note, 630;
defeat at (1865), i. 779-782.

Gladstone's membership for, effect
of, on his career, i. 327, 429,
453 ; on the university, i. 499 ;
as it appeared to himself, i.
630.

Influence of, i. 501.

Method of study at, i. 50-51 and
note.

Reform— commission proposed by
Lord J. Russell (1850), i. 497;
opposed by Gladstone, i. 426,
497 ; Oxford resistance to, i.

498 ; conduct and report of, i.

499 and note*; Gladstone's
scheme, L 500, 501, 506-507;
its reception, i. 502-503 ; results
of, i 508-509 ; Tractarian move-
ment's effect on, i. 57.

Tests, i. 506-507 ; abolition of, i.
947 and note, 948.

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movement.
W B G Essay Club at, i. 59-60.
Oxford and Cambridge Club, Glad-
stone's membership of, i. 98 and
note.

movement : —

Gladstone unaffected by, i. 161 ;

his election affected by, i. 328.
Ireland affected by, i. 308.
Nature of, i 163-165.
Oxford, influence on, i. 496.
Second phase of, i. 305.
Tracts for the Times, i. 329;

Tracts Eighty and Eighty -Seven,

i. 307 note; Tract Ninety, i.

235, 306, 310, 311 ; ii. 662.

Pacific, Gladstone advocates reduc-
tion of force in, i. 458.

Paget, Miss, ii. 764.

— — Lord Clarence, i. 746, 774.

Paine, Thomas, i. 761.

Pakington, Sir J., i. 561.

Paley, cited, i. 422.

Palgrave, F. T., ii. 82.

Pall Mall Gazette, ii. 187-188,
226.

Palmer, Kelly and, i 518.

Koundell, see Selbourne.

William, Gladstone influenced

by, I 162, 167; Gladstone's esti-
mate of, i. 235; on Maynooth
grant, i. 279.

Palmerston, Lord: —

Chronology — On sugar duties, i.
236 ; on free trade, i. 265 ; on
Spanish treaties, i. 280 ; on
repeal, i. 289; Don Pacifico
debate, i. 368-371 ; on Neapoli-
tan tyranny, i. 394, 400, 647 ;
relations with Kossuth, i. 415 ;
dismissal by Russell, i. 415;
amendment on Militia bill, i
416 ; in opposition to Peel, i.
420 and note 1 ; section repre-
sented by, i. 431 ; moves amend-
ment against Yilliers, i. 433 ;
joins coalition government, i.
446-447 ; on Gladstone's budget
(1853), i. 465-467 ; different
views of, on eastern question,
i. 480; communications with,



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