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preceding Crimean war, i. 481-
482 ; approves* Lord Stratford,
i. 488 ; desired as war minister
during Crimean war, i. 651 ; on

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Palmerston, Lord — continued.
Chronology — continued.

Black Sea affair, i. 983 ; Derby's
vote of censure on (1857), i.
561-562, 903; defeat of, on
Cobden's motion, i. 564, 899 ;
urges postponement of Reform
bill, i. 490; ii. 806; Glad-
stone's letter to, on Crimean
operations, i. 494 ; Aberdeen in
conflict with, i. 495 and note* ;
foreign office reconstructed by,
i. 510 ; suggested by Newcastle
as substitute for himself, i 522 ;
invited by Derby to join govern-
ment, i. 525 ; refuses, i 526 ;
approves Gladstone's refusal, i.
527 ; Peelites' attitude towards,
i 531-535 ; satisfies Aberdeen,
i. 535 ; intention of, to oppose
Roebuck's committee, i. 538, 542;
advises acceptance of Roebuck's
committee, i. 539 ; on Crimean
war, i 548 ; triumph, of, at elec-
tion (1857), i. 564; defeated on
Conspiracy Bill, i. 574-576 ; sug-
gested as leader of Commons by
Disraeli, i 587 ; views on Suez
Canal scheme, i 591 ; on Corfu,
i. 619 ; hands over Ionian Islands
to Greece, i. 620 and note*;
communications with Russell, i.
624 ; forms a government (1859),
i. 626 ; views of, identical with
Derby's, i. 631 ; the Princi-
palities, i 638; French treaty
scheme,!. 654, 656 ; Paper Duties
bill, i. 665-667,67 1,673; Finance
bill, i. 673 ; franchise proposals
of, i. 834 ; supports Herbert,
i. 678; fortifications scheme,
i 681 ; makes a peace speech
(1S59), i. 682; correspondence
with Gladstone, i. 683-684 ; on
Trent affair, L 708 ; favours sug-
gestion of representations to
America, i 709-7 11,719; advises
Gladstone regarding Newcastle
speech, i. 710; on American
separation, i. 716 ; on reduction
in naval estimates, i. 728 ; re-
ceives Garibaldi, i 744; views
on Garibaldi's departure, i. 746 ;
on Danish question, i 749-752,
754 ; on Gladstone's franchise
pronouncement, i. 761-764 ; on
cabinet government, L 776 ;



death of, i. 785; Gladstone's
action regarding funeral of, i
787 ; Gladstone's speech on, i
791.

Career and abilities of, i. 543.

Characteristics of, i. 366-368.

Compared with Lansdowne, i
530; with Aberdeen, i. 530;
with Gladstone, i. 806; with
Disraeli, ii. 169 ; with Harting-
ton, ii. 242.

Ecclesiastical appointments of, L
756 ; ii. 38.

Foreign estimates of, L 366, 367,
392.

Foreign policy, principles of, L
367 ; Granville's view of, L 982.

Frankness of, L 554.

Gladstone's relations with, from
1850, i. 371 ; his opposition to,
i 553, 658, 566, 585, 677;
his harmony of sentiment with,
i. 628 ; Gladstone's estimate of,
i. 567, 669; his estimate of
Gladstone, i. 805 ; Gladstone's
conflicts with, on expenditure,
i 677, 772-773.

Leadership of, i 806.

Life-objects of, i. 679.

Peers created by, ii. 37.

Popularity of, i 400, 493, 543, 564;
ii. 812 ; cooling of, i. 684, 810.

Queen's attitude towards], i. 732.

Selection of work by, ii. 73.

Otherwise mentioned, L 120 note,
226, 402, 431, 444, 450, 526,
528, 579, 622, 637, 653, 697,
714, 734, 738, 740, 745, 765,
805, 823, 828, 890; ii 31,43,
102, 184, 185, 203, 227 %oU\
336, 418, 468, 640/ 659, 683,
714, 814-815.
Panizzi, Sir A., influence of, on Glad-
stone, i 389-390; interview of,

with king of Naples, i. 401 ; Glad-
stone's letters to, i 402, 741,

785; illness of (1868), i. 830;

otherwise mentioned, i. 744, 818 ;

ii 160.
Papal States, i. 742, 819.
Paper duty, i. 458, 659, 664-675,

822-823; ii 815.
Paris, Comte de, i. 342, 769.
Treaty of (1856), i 550, 983,

990; ii 215,792.
Parish Councils bill (1893), ii 744,

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Parliament : —

House of Commons : —

Attendance in — Gladstone's dili-
gence regarding, i. 102 ; ii.
26, 30, 246-247 ; Peel's view
of, i. 299.

Balance of parties in (1850), i.
373; (18 V2) i. 42S ; (1853) i.
446,448-449.

Burning of, in 1834, i 114.

Closure, introduction of, ii. 617 ;
Gladstone's distaste for, ii.
364 ; drastic form of, on Par-
nell commission bill, ii. 641.

Colonial affairs, indifference to,
i. 362.

Committee Room Fifteen, Irish
party proceedings in, ii. 686
and note 2 , 694.

Composition of first reformed, i.
101.

Ecclesiastical discussions in, ii.
110.

Excitement in, manifestations
of, ii. 681 ; on introduction of
Home Rule bill (1886), ii.
550-551.

Executive sphere invaded by,
ii. 245.

Expenditure controlled by, under
Exchequer and Audit Act
(1866), i. 605.

Gladstone's diligence for duties
of, see above Attendance ; his
feeling of powerlessness in,
i. 221 ; his care for rights and
traditions of, ii. 100-101,
246, 446, 448, 750, 770 ; his
mastery of, i. 193, 410-411,
470 ; ii. 552 ; his place in
(1847-52), i. 845 note ; his
position in (1858), i. 581 ; his
isolation in (1867), i. 863.

Grote's estimate of, i. 1004.

Indian discussion, indifference
to, i. 113.

Intolerance of, in the Bradlangh
matter, ii. 252-259 ; resolution
of 1881 struck off records of,
ii. 260.

Irish members of, see Irish
party.

Irish representation in, cesser of,
contemplated, ii. 542, 544,
547, 549, 564, 566-567;
opposed, ii. 564-565, 567,
572 ; Gladstone's speech on, \



at Swansea (1887), ii. 626;

question of (1892), ii. 737-

738.
Lords, conflict with, see below

under House of Lords.
Majorities, large, dating from

Gladstone's premiership, L

698-899.
Obstruction in, Irish, ii. 288,

291-293, 297, 363-364 ;

unionist, ii. 739.
Party obligations in, i. 292, 295,

299.
Payment of members, Glad-
stone's views regarding (1861),

i. 611 note; his scheme for

(1891), ii. 718-719 ; Cham-
berlain's pronouncement, ii

414.
Popular influence on, i. 150 ;

ii. 244.
Position of seats in, significance

of, i. 422423, 539; ii. 603;

Gladstone's place (1853-1866),

i. 631 note.
Procedure of, violated by Disraeli,

i. 823 ; altered by Gladstone,

ii. 239 ; Gladstone's advocacy

of reform in, ii. 363.
Reform, see that title.
Reversal of previous vote ruled

not out of order, i. 462 note.
Shah's interest in, ii. 67.
Supply, rights regarding, i. 672,

674, 695.
Tactics in, Stephen on, i. 147 ;

Russell's skill in, i. 467;
. Gladstone's, ii. 778-779.
Temper, school of, i. 199.
Temporary retirements from,

Gladstone's views of, i. 357-

358.
Uncertainties in, i. 650.
Variety of style desirable for

stating a case in, L 192.
House of Lords : —

Ballot bill rejected by, i. 1003.
Chamberlain's attitude towards,

ii. 413,465.
Commons' feeling against

premier from (1894), it 753.
Compensation for Disturbance

bill rejected by, ii. 289, 649,

650.
Conservative influence in, ii.

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Pari iament — continued.

House of Lords — continued.

Employers' Liability bill muti-
lated by, ii. 744.
Franchise bill struggle (1884),

ii. 366-379.
Gladstone's first hearing of de-
bate in, i. 75-76 ; his first
conflict with, i. 471 ; his re-
fusal of position in, ii. 344,
449 ; his attitude towards
(1884), ii. 367-368, 370 ; his
later attitude towards (1894),
ii 744-745 ; his speech
against (Mar. 1), ii. 751-752.
Home Rule bill (1892) thrown

out by, ii. 744.
Irish church question, attitude
towards, i. 880, 892, 901-913.
Opposition by, a stimulus to

popular causes, i. 882.
Paper duty struggle with Com-
mons, i. 659, 665-674, 872-
873 ; ii. 815.
Parish Councils bill maimed by,

ii. 744, 745,751.
Parnell's apprehensions regard-
ing, ii. 480.
Peel's view of, i. 767.
Permanent opinion represented
by, Gladstone's exposure of
the theory, ii. 763.
Preponderance of cabinet in

(1865), i. 787-788.
Reform bill of 1867 amended by,
i. 860.
Jews, admission of, i. 375-377.
Premiership, labours entailed by,
L 297-299.
Par n ell, C. S. {see also Irish Party),
number of followers of (1880),
ii. 221 ; party of, ii. 241 ; obstruc-
tionist tactics,ii.28S, 295, 297, 363-
364 ; attitude of, towards Compen-
sation for Disturbance bill, ii. 289 ;
indicted for seditious conspiracy, ii.
290 note 1 ; attitude towards Land
Act of 1881, ii. 297, 301 ; Glad-
stone's warning to, at Leeds, ii. 301 ;
imprisonment of, ii. 301-302, 528,
633 ; Chamberlain's communica-
tions with, ii. 304 ; offers to resign
his seat, ii. 310 ; on franchise ex-
tension in Ireland, ii. 383 ; sup-
ports government (May 1885), ii.
424 ; conservative understanding
with, ii. 428-430, 440 ; not



counted on by Gladstone, ii. 43l r
437 ; favours plan of central board
for Ireland, ii. 434, 471, 531 ; re-
pudiates it, ii. 455, 470 ; on
Maamtrasna case, ii. 453 ; fric-
tion with Hartington, iL 460, 481 ;
speech of (Aug. 1385), iL 4GO, 468,
473 ; public estimate of, ii. 468 ;
Carnarvon's interview with, iL
468-471 ; home rule demanded by,
iL 472; victory of adherents of,
at the elections, iL 493, 495;
Salisbury's reference to, at New-
port, ii. 483 ; gives Irish vote
to conservatives at the election,
ii. 484-485 ; speculations regard-
ing, ii. 507, 508 ; attitude towards •
Gladstone, iL 514 ; tactics after
elections (1885), ii. 514-515 ; in
communication with Morley, iL
544-546 ; characteristics of, iL 544,
551 ; interview with Gladstone, iL
545-546 ; objections to financial pro-
visions of Home Rule bill, iL 545,
546, 559, 571 ; consultations with
colleagues, iL 559-560 and notes*,
on introduction of Home Rule bill,
ii. 551 ; on continued Irish repre-
sentation at Westminster, iL 564 ;
opposed to withdrawal of the bill,
ii. 573 f second meeting with
Gladstone, iL 574 ; speech on
night of the division, iL 577, 580;
deprecates ministerial resignation,
iL 587 ; systematic disagreement
with, ii. 609 ; illness of, ii. 610,
616 ; disapproves plan of cam-
paign, ii. 610 ; tactics on Crimes
bill (1887), ii. 616-617 ; produces
Tenants' Relief bill, iL 609; on
papal rescript, iL 278 ; forged letter
in Times, ii. 631 and note l ; denial
in the House, iL 632 ; farther
letters, iL 634 ; personal state-
ment in the House, iL 635 ; asks
for select committee, ii. 635;
special commission, ii. 636-639;
alleged interview of, with spy
from America, iL 644 ; Gladstone's
sympathy with, ii. 648; visit to
Hawarden, iL 660, 685-686 ;
speech at Liverpool, iL 686 note 1 ;
divorce suit, ii. 668-670 ; public
opinion regarding the verdict, iL
670-674, 688-689 ; question of
leadership of, iL 675 et seq. ; Glad-
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ii. 676, 684; attitude of, ii. 678,
682-683; re-elected by Irish party,
ii. 678 ; interviews with Morley,
ii. 679-681 ; manifesto to the Irish
people, ii. 685 ; Committee-room
Fifteen, ii. 686 and note*-688,
689-692 ; denounces liberal party,
ii. 690-699 ; elections adverse to,
ii. 698 ; last speech of, in England,
ii. 699 ; death of, ii. 699 ; other-
wise mentioned, ii. 100, 296, 465
and noU\ 480, 526, 607, 609, 613,
733.
Parnell, Sir Henry, i. 251.
Parnellism Unmasked, ii. 646.
Parnellites, see under Irish party.
Party:—

Elements deciding relations of, i.

422, 435.
Gladstone's views on, i. 304, 405.
Tenacity of system, i. 448 note l .
Pascal, i. 153.
Patronage, ii. 36, 807.
Patten, Wilson, i. 351 note*, 438.
Patteson, Bishop, ii. 189, 659.

SirT., i. 455.

Pattison, Sister Dora, ii. 212. *

Mark, ii. 722.

Paxo, i. 601.

Pearson, C. B., i. 77.

Pedro, Don, i. 248.

Peel, General, i. 351 note \ 355.

Arthur, i. 492; ii. 71 note,

695,

Mrs., ii. 695.

Sir Robert (2nd Bart.) :—

Chronology — Oxford university re-
presentation resigned by, i. 53 ;
Oxford honours of, i. 79-80 ;
praises Gladstone's maiden
speech, i. 103 ; views on eman-
cipation, i. 104 ; on Irish Church
Reform Bill, i. 105 ; Cobbett's
attack on, i. 114; Gladstone
encouraged by, i. 114; election
promises of r ii. 97 ; summoned
to form a government (1834), i.
118; Gladstone offered treasury
post by, i. 119; Gladstone ap-
pointed under-secretary of the
colonies by, i. 123 ; cabinet of
(1835), i. 420; composition of
whig opposition to, i. 419-420
and note 1 ; resigns, i 127 ; views
on Ireland (1836), i. 135; speaks
at Glasgow ( 1 837), i. 138 ; Stan-
ley dines with, i. 139; on Canada



question, ii. 799; on Moles worth's
vote of censure, i. 145 ; on slave-
apprenticeship law, i. 146 ; on
Wilberforce, i. 150 ; defeated on
Irish church question, i. 154 ;
views on Gladstone's first book,
i. 177 ; Jamaica case, i. 221-222;
misunderstanding with the
Queen, i. 222 ; China question,
i. 225, 242 ; annoyance with
Stanley, i. 234 : views on sugar
duties, i. 236, 280; ii. 802 ; turns
out whigs by majority of 1
(1841), i. 237, 837 note 2 , 898;
party meetings, i. 239 ; forms a
government (1841), i. 240; Glad-
stone's inclusion in cabinet, i.
240, 305 ; privy council, i. 243 ;
position of, regarding protection,
i. 250-253, 258, 262-263, 282-
287 ; lays duty on Irish spirits,
ii. 804; miscalculation of, regard-
ing income-tax (1842), i. 474
and note ; letter to Sir John
Gladstone, L 257 ; appeal to
Pope Gregory, ii. 302 ; Lady
Hewley case, i. 321, 322 ; Irish
Land bill introduced by govern-
ment of (1845), i. 919; May-
nooth, i. 270-274 ; precarious
position of, i. 264-266 ; resigns,
i. 283 ; agrees to resume office, i.
283, 285 ; ii. 447 note 1 ; repeal
of corn laws, i. 208, 282-287, 290,
459 ; hostility towards (1846),
ii. 562 ; resigns (1846), i. 290,
291 ; eulogiumonCobden, i.291-
293, 295, 296 ; party relations
of, i. 289-290, 292, 293, 295;
Gladstone's farewell interview
with, i. 297-300 ; Russell's
overtures to (1846), i. 350;
votes for Gladstone at Oxford, i.
333 ; advocates keeping pro-
tectionists out of office, i. 352,
373 ; Gladstone's divergences
from, i. 353, 354; letter on
Gladstone's mission for his
friend, i. 365 ; Don Bacifico
debate, i. 368-369, 372 ; death
of,i. 371 ; statue of, inaugurated
at Manchester, i. 4S3.

Administration of (1842-44), im-
portance of, i. 247 ; character
of, i. 298 ; ii. 800-801 ; minis-
terial discipline of, ii. 354.

Age of, on entering cabinet, i. 261.



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Peel, Sir Robert— continued.

Changes of policy of, i. 266, 425.

Compared with Grey, i. 248 ; with
Gladstone, L 269 ; with Palmer-
ston, i. 367; with Russell, i. 373;
with Aberdeen, ii. 819-820.

Courage of, i. 188, 289.

Debating method of, i. 195.

Disraeli's attitude towards, i. 432.

Estimate of, i. 372 ; estimate of
financial statements of, i. 689.

Gladstone — relations with, i. 112,
280, 286 ; confidence in, and
appreciation of, i. 139, 221,
241, 243, 246, 252, 257, 259,
261, 277, 354; estimate by, i
254; ii. 705; influence upon,
i. 269 ; forecast regarding Dis-
raeli and, i. 374.

Graham's estimate of, i. 248, 263.

Guizot's book on, ii. 146.

Influence of, in the House, i.
373.

Justice of, ii. 819.

Liberalism of, i. 418, 419.

Oxford training of, i. 497 ; convo-
cation mob at election, i. 629.

Parliamentary tactics of, i. 254.

Peers, views on, i. 767.

Premiership of, length of, i. 695.

Otherwise mentioned, i. 49, 98,
126, 128, 149, 192, 212, 227,
236, 238, 245-246, 258, 263-264,
293, 300, 356, 416, 419, 781,
783, 790 note 1 , 812, 863 note,
9 LI, and note, 922, 962; iL 31,
41-43. 71, 106, 227, 231, 235,
236,478, 517, 726.
Sir Robert (3rd Bart.), ii. 684

note.

Lady, i. 469.

Peelites : —

The tory whip's attitude towards,
i. 418.

Derby's first administration sup-
ported by, i. 424; Derby's second
administration supported by, i.
428 ; Derby's questions regard-
ing(1856), i. 551.

Dissolution of, as a party, i. 591.

Disturbing effect of, i. 551-552,
558, 567.

Divergencies of, i. 351, 353, 417-
420.

Gladstone's view on best policy
for, i. 417-419.

Leadership of— discussed (1850), i.



373-374; accepted by Aberdeen,
i. 408.
Paimerston, designs of, i. 447 ;
attitude towards (1855) i. 531-
535; in cabinet of, L 536 ;
resignation, i. 539 ; public out-
cry, i. 541.
' Papal aggression question, atti-
tude towards, i. 410.
Position of seats of (1852), i. 422*

423.
Protectionists, attitude towards,

i. 407.
Russell's proposal to include (1852),

i. 416.
Third party, position as, i. 417.
Whigs coalition with (1853), L
USetseq.
Peerage : —

Additions to, during various pre-

mierships, ii. 36-37 and note.
Offer of, to Gladstone, ii. 344,
449.
Pembroke, Lady, i. 293.
Pembroke Castle, Gladstone's cruise

in, ii. 355-357.
Penjdeb, ii. 423.

Pensions, political, ii. 347-348 note*
Penzance, Lord, i. 1017.
People, the, see Democracy.
Perceval, Spencer, i. 298, 543 ; iL
75 and note,

Mr., i. 452.

Persico, Monsignor, ii. 623.
Persigny, L 654.
Petty, Lord Henry, i. 790 note \
Philliniore, Sir Robert, on Hawarden
settlement, i. 343-344 ; assists in
Oxford reform scheme, i. 501, 502 ;
on Gladstone's China war speech, i.
563 ; on Ionian Islands mission, i.
594 ; interview with Gladstone, i.
623; Gladstone assisted by, at
Oxford, i. 628-629 ; on paper duties
debate, i. 667 ; on Gladstone's
franchise pronouncement, i. 764 ;
on Irish church, i. 775, 913-914;
on disaffection of liberals, i. 866,
868-869 ; on Gladstone's Chapter
of Autobiography, i. 884 ; on
Gladstone's intention of retiring,
i. 1022 ; on Gladstone's Irish Uni-
versity bill, ii. 45; on resigna-
tion of ministers (1874), ii 101 ;
Gladstone's letters to. i. 325-326,
388, 409, 616 ; ii. 334; otherwise
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393, 623 note, 660, 663, 665, 668,
669, 681 note*, 682, 707, 722,
726, 761, 848, 929-930 ; ii. 30, 40,
69-70, 83.

Phillpotts, Bishop* ii. 138.

Phipps, Sir C, i. 732.

Pickering, , i. 75.

Piedmont, growth of, i. 641-643, 651.

Pierrepont, Hon. H. E. (American
minister), ii. 160. %

Pitt, William (the younger), finance
of, i. 692-693; ii. 817-818; views of,
on emancipation of slaves, i. 104 ;
Glynnes related to, i. 223 and
note 1 ; income tax imposed by, i.
255; free trade theories promul-
gated by, i. 265 ; habits of, L 298;
Palm era ton contrasted with, i.
367 ; Scott's lines to memory of,
i. 371; Gladstone compared with,
i. 469, 472; warlike preparations
of (1791), i. 478; censured for
French war, ii. 711; length of
premiership of, i. 695 ; resolutions
of, preliminary to Act of Union,
ii. 539; on the Union, ii. 553,
554 ; otherwise mentioned, i. 372,
419, 864, 898, 977; ii. 36, 43,
197, 227, 496.

Pius ix., Pope, syllabus of 1864,
issued by, see under Churches —
Roman; Italian federation under,
suggested, i. 641 ; French ambassa-
dor's estimate of, i. 644 ; invasion
of territories of, i. 645, 649; annexa-
tion to Piedmont of states of, i.
651 ; misgovernment in states of,
i. 742; Gladstone's intercourse
with, i. 849-850, 852; attitude
towards eastern question, ii. 179.

Playfair, Lord, ii. 52, 71 note, 170,
293.

Plimsoll, S., ii. 228 and note.

Plumptre, , i. 146.

Plunket, Lord, ii. 197.

Mr., ii. 379-380.

Poerio, imprisonment of, i. 391, 396,
401 ; views of, i. 392-393 ; exile
of, i. 401 ; Gladstone's efforts on
behalf of, i. 645 ; Gladstone's letter
to, i. 647 ; speech at Gladstone
dinner (1867), L 852; compared
with Mazzini, ii. 727.

Poland :—
French feeling in regard to, i. 752.
Gladstone's interests in, L 248.
Peel's forecast regarding, i. 1 33.



Russian dismemberment of, i. 477.
Warsaw, meeting of monarchs at,
i. 639, 650, 818.

Pollok, Robert, i. 132.

Ponsonby, Sir Henry, messages dur-
ing ministerial crisis (1873), ii. 55-
58, 60; in Lords and Commons
controversy, ii. 371 ; on North's
American policy, ii. 421 ; interview
with, on ministerial crisis, ii. 445 ;
447 and note 1 ; brings Gladstone
the Queen's commission, ii. 530;
states the Queen's message, ii.
531 ; on feeling against peer
premier, ii. 753 ; Gladstone's letters
to, ii. 352, 419,756.

Poor Law Act (1834), i. 115, 121,
140.

Porter, , i. 55, 64.

Portland, Duke of, L 543.

Portugal : —

British preoccupation with affairs

of, i. 248.
Tariff negotiations with, i. 267;
ii. 820.

Positivists, ii. 598.

Post Office :—

Gladstone's admiration for, i. 816.
Scandal regarding, ii. 68-71.

Savings Banks, i. 686,



759 ; ii. 809.
Postage, cheap, i. 691, 694.
Preaching, English and Italian, i

174.
Premiership : —

Age for quitting, Gladstone's view
on, ii. 31, 51.

Foreign secretary, Gladstone's view
of relations with, ii. 7.

Limitations of, ii. 24, 28.

Parliamentary labours entailed by,
i. 297-299.

Responsibilities of, ii. 24.
Prerogative of the Crown, Gladstone

charged with resorting to, i. 998,

999.
Press : —

Excitement fomented by, ii. 829.

Gladstone popular with, i. 675, 8 IS;
his views on, i. 675 ; ii. 165.
Pretoria convention, ii. 284-285 and

note.
Prevost, Sir G., i. 1016.
Prince Imperial, ii. 245.
Princess Royal, i. 275.
Privv council appointment, i. 1016-

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Protection : —

Colonial, against England, i. 766.

Gladstone's position regarding, i.

249-254, 260, 262, 264, 283-285.

Peel's position regarding, i. 250-

253, 258, 262-263, 282-289 ; his

apprehensions regarding, L 352 ;

ii. 705.

Peelites* views regarding, i. 351-

352, 373, 407.
Rout of, i. 425, 428, 441-442.
Proudhon, i. 157.
Prussia {see also Germany) : —
Army of, i. 993.

Austria — attitude towards (1853),
i. 489 ; war with (1866), i. 844
note, 848.
France : —

Treaty with, regarding Belgium,

i. 974.
War with (1870)— British efforts
to avert, i 960-964, 969-970 ;
declaration of, i. 969 and
note 2 ; French miscalculations,
i. 971 ; course of the war. i.
976-977 ; effect of, on British
naval expenditure, i. 1008.
Schleswig-Holstein question, L

•748-752.
' Tariff negotiations with, i. 267.
Public Worship Regulation Act,
Gladstone's suggested substitute
for, ii. 122 note 3 .
Purcell, cited, i. 58 note l , 379-381

and note.
Pusey, Dr. E. B., on Jerusalem
bishopric, i. 308 ; on Newman's
letters, i. 31 1 ; intolerance toward?,
i. 316, 317; supports Gladstone's
Oxford candidature, i. 335 ; on
Jewish Disabilities Removal bill, i.
375 ; Gorham case, i 380 note 2 ;
on Gladstone's reform scheme, i.
504; Gladstone's relations with,
i. 769 ; Manning's letters to, i.
771 ; on Ecce Homo, i. 800-801 ;
on Temple's appointment, ii. 40;
Gladstone's meeting with (1872),
ii 45 ; death of, ii. 334 ; Glad-
stone's letters to, i. 316, 815;
otherwise mentioned, i. 57, 163
note*, 179, 235, 317, 778, 870.
, Philip, on Irish agrarian out-
rages, i. 281.
Pym, John, i. 413-414.

Quarterly Review, i. 315 ; ii. 128.



Radical Pakty : —

Beer duty opposed by, ii. 427, 440.
Chamberlain's popularity with, ii.

242.
Characteristics 'of, Gladstone's

views on causes of, ii. 480-481.
Coercion for Ireland opposed by,

ii. 430-431.
Eastern question (1877), attitude

towards* ii. 172, 176.
Educational views of, i. 937.
Gladstone not popular with (1867),
i. 863 ; Gladstone criticised by,
for resorting to crown preroga-
tive, i. 998 ; his attitude towards
(1872), i. 1022-1024 ; (1880) ii.
238, 244.
Irish land purchase opposed by,

ii 430, 434-436.
Social programme of (1885), ii.

413-414.
Suffrage, attitude towards, i. 861.
Utilitarian reforms effected by, i.
156.
Raikes, fl. C, ii. 336.
Railways, i. 269, 353.
Rampolla, Cardinal, ii. 761.
Ramsay, Dean, i. 1013-1014.
Rangabe, i. 605.

Rawson, , i. 333 note.

Reading aloud, ii. 166.
Reclamation work, ii. 659.
Redcliffe, Lord Stratford de (Strat-
ford Canning), views on Neapoli-
tan question, i. 407 ; on eastern
question, i. 486-488; ii. 163;
otherwise mentioned, L 406, 417,
420 note, 523.
Redistribution of Seats bill, ii 377-

3^9, 416-417, 443, 445, 486.
Redmond, J., introduces Arrears bill,
ii 306 note ; on Parnell leadership,
ii. 687 ; otherwise mentioned, ii.
306, 734.
Reform, i. 490, 1004.

bills : —

(1832) i. 69-70, 75-76, 861; ii.
365, 775.

(1851) i. 415.

(1852) i. 872.
(1854) ii. 806.
(1860) i. 660, 663-664.

(1866) i. 834 et seq.

(1867) i. 857-870; ii. 297, 365,
415, 540 note*.

(1884) ii. 365 et seq.
Various, i. 833.



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Keid, J. J., ii. 220.

Beligion : —

Gladstone's prepossession by, see
under Gladstone, W. E.— char-
acteristics.
Ecclesiasticism versus, i. 940.
Peerages independent of, ii. 38.

Eeligious controversy, temper for, ii.
591.

Disabilities Removal bill (1891),

i. 414 note.

Kenan, ii. 84.

Reudel, Lord, ii. Q£6, 653, 674, 763,
766, 773.

Retz, De, ii. 720.

Reynolds, Henry, i 373.

Ricasoli, Baron, i. 642, 852-854 ; ii.



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