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The Apprenticeship of a Mountaineer: Edward Whymper's London Diary, 1855-1859. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 2008.

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INDEX

Abbreviations used in index

EWEdward Whymper

FWFrederick Whymper

JWWJosiah Wood Whymper

MPMaze Pond

A.

Aberdeen, 84, 90, 196

Aberdeen, fourth Earl of (George Hamilton-Gordon), 14, 176, 189, 190, 192, 200

Accrington, 89, 213

Adams Reilly, Anthony, xxii

Admiralty, the, 4, 59, 190

Aesops' fables, xvii, 145, 182, 208, 217

Africa, 22, 43, 174, 184, 199. See also Livingstone, David

Agamemnon (British ship), 101

Agar, Edward, 106, 176

Aiguille Verte, xxii

Åland Islands, 6n

Albert, Prince Consort, 9, 10, 106; birthday, 22; portrait by Gilbert, 49; sees EW's drawing, 61; opens Manchester Art Treasures exhibition, 91; visits NWCS exhibition, 136; EW sees at British Museum, 162

Aldis, John, 176; accusation against, xix; EW calls on, 113; JWW meets, 80; preaches, 2–33 passim, 62, 160; resignation, xix, 34–35; visits Whympers, 5, 55–56

Alexander II (emperor of Russia), 6, 29, 36, 41–42, 51, 53, 66

Alice's adventures in Wonderland, xiv, 184, 208

All the year round, 208

Alpine Club, v, xxi, xxii, 182, 198

Alton Grange, 145

Ambergate, 139

America, U.S.S., 101

Anderson, John Henry, 23, 48, 176

Anelay, Henry, 131, 133, 139, 145, 148, 173, 176

Angus, Joseph, 75, 83, 86, 128, 176

Apothecaries' Hall, 49

Apps, Richard, 162n

Arabian Nights. See Lane, Edward

Archbishop's Park (Lambeth Palace), 69, 84, 91, 92, 95, 96, 98, 99, 106, 138, 139, 141–46 passim, 148, 149, 166, 167, 169–175 passim

Armstrong, William King, 176

Arnold, Thomas (1795–1842), 114

Art Journal, 191

Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester, 91, 96–97

Art Union, 162, 165

Ashman, Mr (butcher, killed in railway accident), 111

Ashmead, George, 176

Ashton under Lyne, 176

Ashwell, Samuel, 122–23, 176

Aske, William Henry, 91, 92, 146, 164, 176

Athenaeum, 137

Atlas iron works, 12

Attorney General (Bethell, Richard, Baron Westbury), 95, 96, 136

Australia, 3, 53, 76, 90, 106, 179, 189, 193; Victoria, 38

Austria; and Crimean War, 10, 20, 41; war with France and Piedmont, 160, 164, 165, 167, 170

Austria (steam ship), 148

Aylesbury, 195

B.

Baalbek, 165, 166

Bacon, Francis (1561–1626), 76

Badajoz, 23

Baden Baden, 66

Bahadur Shah Zafar (1775–1862), 83

Bailey, Eliza, 47, 176

Bailey, George, 47, 79–80, 176

Baker, George, 24, 177

Balaclava, 196

Baltic; fleet 3, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 25, 47, 49, 179, 186, 204; Hango, 15; Cronstadt, 15, 16, 109; Sveaborg, 21; Revel, 109; Riga, 26, 29, 30

Bangkok, 117

Bangor; cathedral, 148

banks and banking; Bank Charter Act, 116; Bank of England, ix, 58, 59, 71, 72, 114–116, 195; London and Westminster Bank, 117; Royal British Bank, 65, 95, 130, 179, 180, 200, 207; Sanderson, Sandeman and Co, 116, 117; Strahan, Paul and Bates, 16, 25, 32, 177, 200, 207; Wolverhampton Banking Co, 117

Baptist Chapels; Bloomsbury, 172, 179, 181; Borough Road, 97, 121, 137, 192; Camden Road, 84–85; Great George's Street (Leeds), 179; New Park Road (Brixton), 194; Regent Street (Lambeth), 7, 166, 194, 210; Saltershall, 40, 158; Sion (Bradford), 181; Waterloo, 179. See also Maze Pond chapel

Baptist Magazine, 200, 215

Baptist Missionary Society, 36, 92, 208

Baptist Reporter, 215

Barlow, James, 143, 144, 177

Barnes, 92

Barracks, London, 128

Barry, Charles, 39, 177

Barton, James, 137, 177

Bates, Robert Makin, 106, 177. See also banks and banking: Strahan, Paul and Bates

Bath, 65

Battersea, 170, 172, 189, 192

Baxendales, 96

Baxter, George, 73, 177, 211

Baxter, Mrs, 115

Bazalgette, Joseph, 40n

Beachy Head, 20

Beatrice, Princess (1857–1944), 89

Beatson, William Fergusson, 49, 177

Beaufort, Duke and Duchess, 17

Beaufoy, Henry, 133, 177

Beaufoy, Mark, 177

Beauty in common things, 192

Beddome, 6, 14, 43, 72, 94, 99, 123; Edward, 150, 177; William, 54, 147, 148, 177

Bedford, 88

Bedford, sixth Duke of (John Russell), 48

Beilby, Ralph, xii

Belgrave Square, 18

Bell, Thomas, 37, 177

Benares, 136

Bennett, William, 13, 17, 59, 71, 129, 172, 177

Bentley, Richard, 3, 97, 143, 158, 159, 177

Bermondsey, 81

Bernal, Ralph, 5, 6, 178

Bernard, Simon Francis, 136, 178

Berwick on Tweed, 21

Best, William, 178

Betchworth, 17, 62, 113

Bethell, Richard, Baron Westbury. See Attorney General

Bethlem Royal Hospital, x

Bethlehem, 151

Bewick, Thomas, xii-xiii, xv, 192

Big Ben, 70, 73, 79, 90, 114, 190, 191; begins striking the hours, 171; cracked, 112, 174

Birkenhead, 93, 178

Birmingham, 164, 169, 179

Bishop, Sarah, xix

Bishop Auckland, 79

Bishopsgate, 56, 69, 89, 111, 198

Black, A and C, 45, 61, 178

Blackfriars, 182, 202

Blackheath, 30, 38, 64, 67, 102, 116, 131, 138, 142, 176, 188; EW walks to, 133

Blenheim, 23

Blind school. See School for the Indigent Blind

Blink Bonny, 93–94

Blisworth, 141

Blomfield, Charles James, 36, 178

Bloomsbury, 185

Blue Coat School, 129

Bogue, David, 74, 178

Bomba. See Ferdinand II

Book Society, Southwark, 3, 4, 13, 16, 20, 35, 139

Booth, Samuel, xix-xx, 71–75, 77, 80, 93, 94, 178

Borneo, 90, 179

Borough Road, 12

Boscastle, 150–51

Bosquet, Pierre François Joseph, 26, 178

Boston (Lincolnshire), 49, 193

Boulogne, 25, 36

Bousfield, William, 51–52, 178

Bouverie Street, 211

Bower, Edward Skillington, 169, 178

box wood, 50, 60, 105, 110, 123

Boys, Thomas Shorter, 32, 178

Bradbury and Evans, 6, 179

Bradford, 54, 118, 164, 181

Bradlaugh, Mrs, 33, 128

Bradlaugh, Thomas, 212

Braidwood, James, 3–4, 179

Bramhall, 108

Branch, John, 41, 179

Brettle, Bob, 173

Brewer, Robert Kitson, 42, 179

Bricklayer's Arms, 9, 127

Brierly, Oswald, Walters, 89, 179

Bright, John, 88, 179

Brighton, 20, 69, 182

Bristol, 7, 189

Britannia tubular bridge, 73–74

British Museum, 2, 105, 145, 148, 149, 153, 156–69, 190; reading room, 92, 140; Sunday opening, 99

British Orphan Asylum, 160

Britton, John, 80, 86, 159, 161, 179

Brixton, 45, 70, 142, 154, 181, 193, 206

Broadstairs, 80, 112

Brock, William, 100, 179

Brooke, James, 90, 179

Brown, Emma Ann, 23, 180, 187

Brown, George, 5, 26, 179

Brown, Humphrey, 95, 179, 207. See also banks and banking: Royal British Bank

Brown, John W, 16, 42, 44, 46, 180; death, 62

Brown, Robert (1842–1895), xxii-xxiii

Brown and Standfast (newsagent), 111, 118

Browne, Colonel (commissioner in Dublin), 132

Browne, Robert William, 133, 138; History of Rome, 120, 180, 215

Brunel, Isambard Kingdom, 118, 119, 175, 180. See also Great Eastern

Brunnow, Philipp von, 45, 180

Buchanan, James, 74, 180

Buck, William James, 99, 114, 180

Buckingham Palace, 53

Builder, 50, 137, 151, 189

Building News, 125

Bunyan, John, 27; The pilgrim's progress, 130, 131, 215

Burbridge, Frederick (1832–1892, Surrey cricketer), 143

Burlington, earl of. See Devonshire, seventh Duke of

Burma, 41, 42

Burnet, John, 73, 180

Burnham Beeches, 100, 102–5, 150

Burns, Robert, 183

Burroughs, Mr, 35

Burt, Thomas, 112, 134, 163, 180

Burton, Mr, 39

Butterworth, Charles, 4, 7, 65, 68, 146, 159, 161, 180

Byron, George Gordon Noel, Lord; Childe Harold's pilgrimage, xvii, 67, 81, 107, 147, 149, 215; grandson, 154

C.

Cadman, William, 154, 180

Caesar, Julius (1830–1878, Surrey cricketer), 143

Caffyn, Billy (1828–1919, Surrey cricketer), 143

Calcraft, William, 52, 53, 180

Calcutta, 106, 119

Calais, 94

Camarthen Bay, 109

Camberwell, 180, 183, 189, 204, 206, 211

Cambridge, Prince George, Duke of, 70

Camden, 127, 128, 146, 160

Campbell, Colin, 26, 119, 120, 180

Campbell, John (Lord Chief Justice), 57, 93, 136, 180

Canada, 88, 175

Canham, George, 144, 181

Canrobert, François, 13, 35, 36, 181

Canterbury, 88, 95, 194

Canterbury, Archbishop of, 56, 163, 166

Canterbury Place, x, 168, 181, 190

Canton, 78, 83, 128, 193

Cape of Good Hope, 76

Carden, Robert Walter, 115, 181

Carlisle, Bishop of. See Villiers, Henry

Carlisle, seventh Earl of (George Howard), 35, 181

Carrel, Jean-Antoine, xxii, xxiii

Carrel, Louis, xxiii

Cassell, John, 159, 181, 204

Castle, Charles, 2, 53, 68, 181

Castle, John William, 101, 102, 181

Caterham, 89

Catherine the Great, empress of Russia, 6

Caunt, Benjamin, 70n

Cavaignac, Louis Eugène, 113, 114, 181

Cawnpore, 30, 151. See also Indian Mutiny: Cawnpore

Central America, 60; Nicaragua, 210

Central America (mail steamer), 109

Chancery, Court of, 157

Charing Cross, 106

Chartists, xxi, 72, 88, 194

Cheapside, 59

Chelmsford, first Baron (Lord Chancellor, 1858–1859), 157

Chelsea, 170, 210; suspension bridge, 143

Chelsea, Viscount (Henry Cadogan), 89, 131, 181

Cherbourg, 144

Cheshire, William, 107, 181

Chester Street, 150

Chiddingstone, 109

Childe Harold's pilgrimage, xvii, 67, 81, 107, 147, 149, 215

Chilham, 142

Chillon, Chateau, 157

China, 35, 78, 85, 90, 186, 208. See also Canton

Chiswick, 14

Chown, Joseph Parbery, 54, 55, 181

Christmas, 35, 38, 48, 77, 121, 122, 154, 156; Christmas books, 76–77

Christmas Carol, 156

Christy's Minstrels, 123, 127, 141, 169

church rates, 160, 161

City of London; parliamentary constituency, 88, 184, 186, 203

Clapham, 81, 99, 142, 170, 190, 207

Clarendon House school, xi, 38, 76, 121, 154, 201. See also Pinches, Conrad

Claridge, Elizabeth. See Whymper, Elizabeth (mother)

Clark, Charles, 113, 118, 119, 120, 122, 124, 166, 181; dines with Whympers, 121

Clark, R and R, 39, 111, 181

Clay, Mary, 52, 85, 190. See also, Green, Stephen

Clay, Richard, 13, 23, 29, 30, 32, 35, 36, 41, 44, 47, 53, 57, 59, 63, 72, 73, 88, 89, 144, 145, 146, 182; and SPCK, 112

Clay, Susan, 23, 182

Clay, William, 88, 164, 182

Clay Cross, 141–42, 144–45

Clint, Alfred, 142, 182

Clive, W.M.W., 107

Clowes (printers), 4, 6, 16, 31, 35, 37, 42, 59, 60, 68, 95, 102, 144, 146, 161, 165, 167; George, 76, 83, 182, 204

coal mines; accidents, 84–85, 91, 92, 94

Coalville, 142

Cobden, Richard, 88, 182

Cobham, 144

Cochrane, Thomas, 32, 185

Cockerel, Charles Robert, 130, 182

Cockspur Street, 184

Codrington, William John, 32, 182

Colchester, 150

Collambell, Charles, 97, 161, 182

Collingwood Smith, William. See Smith, William Collingwood

Collins, Wilkie, 206

Colnaghi, 135

Colney Hatch, 104

Combermere, first Viscount, 30, 182

Commercial Dock Co, 139, 206

Coningham, William, 31, 182

Conspiracy to Murder Bill, 126n, 129, 188, 199

Constantine Nicholayevich, Grand Duke, 5, 33, 92, 94, 182

Constantinople, 201

conversazione, 7, 49, 53, 75, 85, 88, 91, 134, 136, 158, 160, 172

Cook, John, 57–58, 199

Cook, Samuel, 56, 138, 150, 169, 182

Cook, Thomas, 97n

Cooke, Robert Francis, 39, 115, 183

Cookham, 22

Cooper, James, 215

Cope, Mr, 71, 73, 75, 197

Copenhagen, 69

Corbould, Edward Henry, 13, 38, 183

Corderoy, Edward, 43, 51, 99, 102, 127, 128, 129, 183, 216

Corderoy, Miss, 97

Cork, 161

Cornhill, 141, 195

Cornwall, 145, 146

Coton, Frances, 35, 142, 183

Cotsell, John, 108, 183

Cotsell, William, 183

County Court, Lambeth, 146, 148, 149

Covent Garden, 79, 83, 84, 183; Covent Garden Theatre, 48

Coventry, 45, 54

Cowdy, Samuel, 66, 67, 125, 126, 183

Cowie, Frederick, 123, 183

Cowley, first Earl (Henry Wellesley), 160, 183

Cowslade, William, 113, 183

Cox, David (junior), 150, 177

Cox, David (senior), 136, 168, 169, 177, 195

Cox, George, 35, 42, 45, 56, 88, 91, 183; death, 104, 123, 142; and SPCK, 112

Craig, Ida, 158, 183

Crampton, John, 59–60, 183

Cranworth, first Baron (Lord Chancellor, 1852–1858), 7, 45

Crassweller, Harris, 47, 49, 183

Crawford, Robert, 88, 184

Creswick, Thomas, 174, 184

Crick, 141

cricket; England XI in Canada, 175; EW plays at Archbishop's Grounds, 69, 84, 91, 92, 95, 96, 98, 99, 106, 138, 139, 141–46 passim, 148, 149, 166, 167, 169–175 passim; Gentlemen v. Players, 98; North Lambeth Cricket Club, 145, 162–67, 169, 173, 178; Oval, Kennington, xxi, 57, 58, 60, 62–67, 95, 96–98, 100, 101, 102, 106, 143, 171; Peckham Rye Albion Cricket Club, 163, 167, 168, 170, 171; Surrey Cricket Club, xx-xxi, 62–63, 95, 96, 100, 101, 143, 171

Crimean War, 8, 19, 187, 203; Anapa, 15; armistice, 47; Azov, sea of, 14, 19; Balaclava, 11n, 32, 196; Black Sea, 15; Eupatoria, 4, 7, 8, 28; Inkerman, 33; Kertsch, 14; Kinburn, 31, 33, 40, 196; national day of fasting, 7; Nicholaieff, 29, 31, 33; Odessa, 21, 29, 30; Otchakov, 31; peace celebrations, 57–59; peace treaty, 39, 41, 43, 50, 51; Perekop, 24, 25, 26, 31; Simpheropol, 24, 26, 31; Tcherneya, 21, 22. See also Baltic; Sevastopol

Croz, Michel, xxii

Crystal Palace, 12, 28, 57, 60, 62, 63, 67, 69, 71, 85, 89, 99, 145, 183, 200; Crystal Palace Co, 37, 123, 202; Early Closing Movement Day, 147; fountains, 10, 28, 61, 105; Handel festival, 96; Queen visits, 61; Queen and Louis Napoleon visit, 10; Robert Burns commemoration, 157–58, 183

Cumming, John, 42, 184

Cumming, Roualeyn Gordon-, 22, 184

D.

Dalkeith, 103

Dalton, William Henry, 102, 129, 184

Dalziel brothers, xiii, xiv, xviii, 1, 37n, 184, 187, 208, 215

Damascus, 166–67, 170, 172

Darby, Henry, 1, 88, 184

Dare, Charles William, 6, 12, 25, 30, 36, 37, 41, 43, 45, 51, 53, 66, 72, 184

Darlington, 137, 142, 144, 200

Dartford, 28, 61

Dartmoor prison, 121

Darwin, Charles, xxv, 177, 189, 190

Dauphiné; Pelvoux, Mont, xxii

Davies, Ann, 22, 23, 184

Davies, Mrs (junior), 26

Davies, William, 184

Davis, George Henry, 135, 136, 184

Davis, Joseph, 19, 184

Davy safety lamp, 85, 138

Dawson, Henry, 128, 184

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 3, 123, 210

Deal, 59

Dean, Jemmy (1816–1861, Sussex cricketer), 101

Debenham (Suffolk), 170

Delhi, 165, 166; great mosque, 140. See also, Indian Mutiny: Delhi

Denison, Edmund. See Grimthorpe, Baron

Denmark; Frederick VII, King of, 6

Dennehy, Philip James, 40, 185

Deptford, 127

Derby, fourteenth Earl of (Edward Stanley), 1, 129, 130, 185

Devon, 11

Devonshire, seventh Duke of (William Cavendish, 1808–1891), 20

Devonshire, sixth Duke of (William Cavendish, 1790–1858), 126

Dickens, Charles, 156, 185, 190, 208; Christmas Carol, 156; Little Dorrit, 33; Martin Chuzzlewit, 191; Pickwick Papers, 156; The Tale of Two Cities, 193

Dickes, William, 72, 167, 185

Dickinson, William, 142, 185

Dieppe, 26

Dillon, Frank, 159, 163, 185

Diocletian's palace, Spalatro, 121–22

Disraeli, Benjamin, 84, 185

Diver, Alfred (1823–1876, Cambridgeshire and Middlesex cricketer), 101

Dixon, Mr, 138

Dobbs Kidd and Co, 164

Dolby, Charlotte, 47–48, 185

Donati's comet, 146, 148

Dorking, 16, 63

Douglas, Francis, xxii

Doulton; pottery, xix, 86, 129, 185, 210; Frederick, 163–65, 185, 203; Henry, 86, 185

Dover, 9, 71, 181; Shakespeare cliff, 101

Drew, Joseph, 52, 185

Drury Lane, 34; theatre, 88, 206

Dublin, 132

Dufferin, first Marquess of, 92, 182, 185; Letters from High Latitudes, 115, 215

Duke, James, 88, 186

Dumas, Alexandre, 36, 185

Dundas, Edward, 35, 186

Dundas, Richard, 3, 21, 47, 186, 196

Dungeness, 106

Dürer, Albrecht, 55

Durham, 79

E.

Eashing, 174

Eastbourne, 18, 19, 20, 21

Eastlake, Charles, 89, 186, 205

Eastty, 1, 35; John, 42, 52, 186; Nathaniel, 21, 186

Eaton Square, 5

eclipse; lunar, 32, 69, 130; solar, 132

Ecuador, xxiii, xxv

Edenbridge, 109

Edgar, William, 57, 186

Edinburgh, 45, 56, 57, 61, 72, 75, 103, 111, 122, 178, 181, 196, 197

Edinburgh Castle tavern, 163

Edward, Prince of Wales (1841–1910), 22, 38, 95

Edwards, Frankish and Galland, 188

Effingham, 144

Egypt, 185, 202

Egyptian Hall, 154, 206

elections, parliamentary; 1852, 182; 1857, 87–89, 99–100, 181, 182, 195; 1859, 163–65 Southwark by-election, 31, 33

electricity, 9, 23, 113

Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, An, 190

Elgin, eighth Earl of (James Bruce), 89, 106, 186

Elgin marbles, 5, 6

Ellesmere, second Earl of (George Egerton), 98

Ellis, Thomas, 9, 15, 75, 99, 103, 186

Ellis, William, 131, 149, 186, 216

Ely; cathedral, 149, 150, 217

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 104, 129, 216

Epsom, 144; Derby, 13, 58, 93, 168; Oaks, 13, 59, 93–94

Estcourt, James, 26, 187

Eton, 95

Eugénie de Montijo (empress of France), 9, 49–50

Euston, 25, 99

Evans, David, 131, 187

Evans, Frederick, 161, 179

Ewell, 144

Exchange, the, 58–59

execution, 51–52

Exeter, John, 72, 187

Exeter Hall, 45, 70, 73

Experiment, the, 145, 146

F.

Fahey, James, 54, 187

Falmouth, 68

Fariner, Thomas, 4, 187

Farnfield, William Henry, 135, 187

Father and son (Gosse), 110n

Fauntleroy, Jane, 187

Fauntleroy, Thomas, 50, 187

Fenton, Roger, 25, 26, 187

Fenchurch Street, 99

Ferdinand II (King of Naples), 68–69, 161n, 187

Fergusson, Dr, 97

Fiennes, Winfield (1834–1923, Oxford cricketer), 101

Finchley, 69

fire, 11, 17, 25, 63, 65, 92, 135, 179; Blackfriars, 3; Borough, 100; Brixton, 107; Covent Garden Theatre, 48–49; Doulton's pottery, 86; Edinburgh, 104; firework factory, 35, 88, 142; Fleet Street, 52; Green's pottery, 90; Haslemere, 173; Hungerford Market, 19; Lambeth workhouse, 101; linen draper, 34; Liverpool, 136; London Bridge, 66; London docks, 141; Manchester, 51, 134; powder mills, 162; timber merchant, 24; Shadwell, 122; Vauxhall, 12, 53

Fireside tales, 88, 216

Firow, Mr, 69

Fishbourne, James Culbert, 83, 187

Fitch and Co, 116

Fleet Street, 59, 137, 178, 198

Florence, 68, 75, 216

Folkestone, 25, 36, 38, 44

Foster, Myles Birket, 14, 17, 19, 64, 187, 190

Foulsham, Chester, 159, 187

Fox and Henderson (contractors), 71, 128

France; insurrection, 131

Franklin, John, 87, 188, 194

Frederick III (emperor of Germany), 30, 51, 66, 92

Freeman, 116, 173

Frome, 55, 196, 207

Fuller, Andrew, 188

Fuller, Andrew Gunton, 57, 188

Fuller, Thomas Ekins, 133–34, 188

G.

Gale, Joseph, 57, 188

Gale, Mrs, 90

Galland, Robert, 13, 188

Galvanography, 80–81

Garbett, Edward, 133, 140, 188

Gaza, 151

Genoa, 166

George, Jonathan, 30, 188

Gibson, Edmund Stanley, 2, 7, 13, 14, 15, 35, 36, 38, 39, 43, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 71, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 86, 89, 90, 96, 102, 111, 117, 118, 126, 144, 146, 153, 156, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 169, 171, 172, 188; Letters from High Latitudes, 216

Gibson, Thomas Milner, 129, 188

Gilbert, Frederick, 14, 30, 64, 102, 116, 127, 188

Gilbert, John, 22, 67, 74, 128, 184, 188; Book of Job, 77; EW alters drawing, 156; illustrates Longfellow, 37; illustration of Aberdeen's cabinet, 14; illustration of Crimean heroes, 43, 53; JWW visits, 2, 3, 15, 28, 35, 45, 54, 56, 57, 59, 61–63, 65, 71, 74, 142, 146, 164; Pilgrim's progress, 130, 131, 215; praises EW's drawing, 125, 138; visits Buckingham Palace, 49; visits Whympers, 31, 52, 71, 75, 134

Gillman, James, 75, 189

Gladstone, William, 1, 4, 47, 84, 189, 192

Glass (painter), 43

Glenny, William, 119, 120, 130, 133, 142, 150, 189

Glevering Hall, ix

Gloucester, Duchess of. See Mary, Princess (Duchess of Gloucester)

Goddard, Arabella, 153, 189

Godwin, Earl of Wessex, 20

Godwin, William Joseph, 151, 189

Gomez, Antonio, 130, 189

Gomshall, 142–46, 149

Goodall, Walter, 81, 99, 100, 189

Goodwin Sands, 109

Gorchakov, Mikhail, 6, 22, 24, 26, 189

Gordon-Cumming, Roualeyn, See Cumming, Roualeyn Gordon-

Gosse, Edmund; Father and son, 110n

Gosse, Philip, xvi, 1, 57, 61–63, 96, 101, 143, 148, 149, 150, 155, 158, 189, 216; stays with Whympers, 159–60

Goswell Street, 128, 129, 213

Gotch, Frederick William, 54, 189

Gould, Anne, 37, 39, 42, 45, 52, 53, 55, 57, 60, 61, 64, 65, 71, 78, 83, 89, 101, 189

Gould, John, 55, 190

Gracechurch Street, 150

Graham, James, 4, 31, 190, 192

Grandes Jorasses, xxii

Graphic, 83

Graphic Artists Club, 125

Gray, John Edward, 105, 190

Gray, Thomas, 104, 190

Grays Inn Road, 188

Great Bookham, 144

Great Eastern, 46, 113, 114, 116–21, 125, 174–75, 180; launch, 127. See also Brunel, Isambard Kingdom

Great Yarmouth, 194

Green, Charles Frederick, xiv, 167, 169, 170, 172, 190

Green, Emma, 190

Green, Samuel, 137, 190

Green, Stephen, xix, 8, 38, 42, 54, 56, 63, 72, 76, 80, 81, 85, 130, 156, 174, 175, 190; pottery suffers fire, 90; marriage, 52, 57

Green Park, 59

Greenfield, Henry, 172, 190

Greenland, xxii-xxiii, 87, 188, 194

Greenwich, 55, 188

Gresham Street, 177

Griffiths, 98

Grimsby, 50

Grimthorpe, Baron (Edmund Denison), 73, 190

Grisi, Giula, 56, 190

Grosvenor, Lord Robert, 17, 89, 191

Gubbins, Martin, 145, 146, 191

Guernsey, 186, 193

Guildford, 139

Guthrie, Thomas, 124, 191

Guy Fawkes Day, 33, 72, 114

Guy's Hospital, xix

Gwinn, James, 211

H.

Hadow, Charles, xxii

Haghe, Louis, 13, 102, 191

Hailsham, 20

Hakewill, James; Picturesque tour of Italy, 117

Hall, Benjamin, 56, 70, 191

Hall, Samuel Carter, 111, 112, 191

Hallam, Henry, 157, 191

Ham Common, 62–65, 92, 95, 115, 135, 159, 210

Hanbury, Robert, 89, 191

Handel, George Frederick, 96, 165, 191

Hands, T, 83, 84, 191

Hannah Lavendar, 99, 216

Harcourt, James, 97, 120, 137, 192

Harding, George, 56, 192, 212

Hardinge, Henry, 30, 66, 192

Harman, Sarah Ann (killed in railway accident), 111

Harvey, William, xvn, 42, 139–41, 192, 201

Haslemere, x, xix, 166, 168, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 187

Hastings, 66, 71, 89, 187

Hatfield, 104

Havana, 87

Havelock, Henry, 106, 108, 113, 119, 120, 192, 199; death, 124

Hayes (Kent), 168

Haywards Heath, 62

Heaton, Mrs (killed in railway accident), 107

Hebron, 150

Henderson, Frances, 138, 192

Henderson, James (junior, accused of murder), 108–109, 119

Henderson, James (senior, murdered), 108–9, 119

Hepburn, Emily, 7, 18, 49, 62, 97, 190; sketch of Chateau Chillon

Hepburn, Maria, 18, 62, 192

Hepburn, Mrs, 107

Hepburn, Sophia, 18, 62, 192

Hepburn, Thomas, 8, 9, 54, 62, 106, 134, 192; holds party, 43, 81

Her Majesty's Theatre (Haymarket), 126

Herbert, Sidney, 4, 192

Hester, Giles, 94, 192

Hever, 109

Hewitt, Elizabeth Barnett, 87, 193, 212

Hezekiah, Pool of, 149

Hill, Henry, 180, 187

History of Rome, A (Browne), 180

Hoddle, John, 101, 148, 193

Hodge's distillery, 86

Hogarth, John, 145, 165, 193

Holborn, 181, 193, 194, 211

Holloway, 93, 100

Holyhead, 175

Home Friend, xv, 35, 36, 57, 216

Hook, Walter, 159, 193

Hooker, Joseph, xvii

Horns Assembly Room, 47

Horsley, 144

Hougoumont, 19

Hounslow, 162

Howitt, Mary, 193

Howitt, William, 38, 193

Huc, Évariste, 35, 193

Hudson, Charles, xxii

Hugo, Victor, 33, 34–35, 36, 186, 193

Hull, Mr, 36

Hume, Joseph, 4, 193

Huntingdon, 126, 128, 197

Hurstmonceux Castle, 20

Hussey, James McConnell, 154, 193

Hyde Park, 17, 18, 33–34, 54, 97, 191

I.

Iceland, 185

Ilford, 148

Illustrated London News, xiii, 14, 22, 49, 81, 89, 135, 137, 188–89, 193, 196, 211; coloured engravings, 116

Illustrated Times, 11, 15, 17, 135, 201

Illustrations of useful arts and manufactures (Charles Tomlinson), 146

income tax, 11, 28, 41, 83

India, 76, 92, 192; Murree, 211, 212; Mussoorie, 212; Naini Tal, 212; viceroy of, 185

Indian Mutiny, 105; Agra, 111, 113; Cawnpore, 106, 108, 113, 120, 198–99; Delhi, 98, 102, 113; Lucknow, 108, 110, 113, 119, 120, 191, 199; Meerut, 98; punishment of Indians, 103, 113; start, 97–98, 180;

Ingram, Herbert, 14, 49, 116, 193

interest rates, 59

Ipswich, ix, 56, 168, 212

Isaacs, Mr (SPCK), 175

Isle of Dogs, 46. See also Great Eastern; Millwall

Isle of Wight, 15, 59, 75, 109; Newport, 43, 44, 194

Islington, 152, 178, 189, 207, 210

Israel, Mrs (killed in railway accident), 111

Italian Opera Company, 57

Ivall and Large, 39

J.

Jackson, John (killed in railway accident), 108

Jackson, Thomas (killed in fire), 3–4, 179

Jamaica; chapel at, 92; missionary from, 62, 65

James, Edwin, 136, 142, 193

James Baines (clipper ship), 136

Jan Mayen Island, 185

Japan, 185

Jersey, 33, 34–35, 36, 193

Jerusalem, 173, 174

Jewitt, Orlando, 215, 217

Jews, 33, 60

Job, Book of (1857), 77, 131, 184, 215

John (ship), 13

Johns, Charles Alexander, 25, 29, 193, 217

Jones, David, 38, 194

Jones, Ernest, 72, 88, 194

Jones, Harry, 26, 194

Jones, William, 43, 44, 194

Joy (painter), 95, 194

Jullien, Louis, 99, 104, 150, 194

K.

Kane, Elisha, 87, 194

Kars, 31, 36, 37, 42, 53, 204, 213

Kearney, William, 25, 37, 42, 55, 60, 194

Kedron, Valley of, 174

Kelke, William, 164, 194

Kenilworth, 71, 141

Kennington, 1, 12, 47. See also cricket: Oval, Kennington

Kennington Road, xi

Kensington, 201

Kew, 107, 146, 159

Killingworth, 138–39

Kilsby, 141, 143, 144

King William Island, 188

King William Street, 58, 129, 143

King's College, 189

King's Cross, 63, 65

Kings Langley, 25

Kingsgate, 80, 112

Kingsley, Charles, 37, 194, 217

Kingston, 54, 89, 92, 95, 141, 142, 144, 146, 167

Kirkland, Charles, 88, 89, 194

Knight, Charles, xiii, xv, 182, 192, 201, 211

Knowles, James Sheridan, 130, 137, 194

L.

Lablache, Louis, 127, 194

Lambeth, xix; High Street, 210; Palace, 177; parliamentary constituency, 87–88, 99–100, 163–65, 203, 212, 213; Road, x, 176; Walk, 77, 213

Lancaster, 103

Lancaster, Richard, 166, 194

Lance, George, 194

Lane, Charlton (1836–1892, Surrey cricketer), 143

Lane, Edward; Arabian Nights, xiii, xv, 192

Langham, Nat, 108, 195

Layard, Austen Henry, xvi, 88, 195

Leamington, 141

Leatherhead, 144, 177

Lechertier Barbe and Co, 161

Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre, 102, 195

Leeds, 42, 207

Leggatt, Henry, 129, 195

Leicester, 81, 138

Leicester Square, 141

Leigh (Kent), 109

Leigh, Edward Chandos (1832–1915, Oxford cricketer), 101

Leigh, Jane, 3, 11, 140, 195

Leigh, Samuel, ix, x, 1, 11, 65, 68, 71, 195, 206; books auctioned, 82–84, 86–87; death, 72; funeral; 73, preaches at Maze Pond, 5, 6, 22; preaches at Regent Street, 7

Leighton Buzzard, 66

Leisure Hour, xv, 77

Leominster, 183

Leopold I (King of Belgium), 126

Leslie, Charles, 98, 195

Letters from high latitudes, 182, 185

Lewes, 6, 20, 29

Lewis (auctioneer), 158

Lewis, John Frederick, 60, 195

Lewisham, 97–98, 188

Leyland, John, 106, 195

Lichfield; cathedral, 160–62

Lille, 23, 50

Lillywhite, John (1826–1874, Sussex cricketer), 102–3

Limpsfield, 106, 107

Lincoln; cathedral, 148, 149

Lincoln's Inn, 184

Linnean Society, 177

Linton, W.J., xxi

Liprandi, General, 22

Lithographs, 82

Little Dorrit, 33

Liverpool, 136, 137, 193

Livingstone, David, xvi, 89, 93, 94, 174, 195; Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa, 112, 115, 217

Lloyds, 73

Locke, John, 88, 195

Lockyer, Thomas (1826–1869, Surrey cricketer), 101, 102–3, 105, 143

locust, 105

Lombard Street, 179

London, Corporation of, 9

London Bridge, 25, 31, 58, 137, 202

London Mechanics Institute, 208

London Tavern, 12

London Zoo, 74, 168

Longfellow, Henry, 37

Longman, William, xxii, 182

Lord Chancellor (1852–1858). See Cranworth, first Baron

Lord Chancellor (1858–1859). See Chelmsford, first Baron

Lord Mayor of London, 11, 33, 115, 150, 198, 204, 210, 213

Lords Cricket Ground, 101

Louis Napoleon (1856–1879, Prince Imperial), 50, 51

Louis Napoleon (Emperor of France), 26, 33, 36, 106, 113, 166, 181, 189, 193, 197; attempted assassination of, 11, 12, 13, 101–2, 125–26, 130, 132, 136, 199, 201, 203; blessed by the pope, 52; and Crimea, 4, 6, 8, 18; and Montalembert, 151–52; and Prince of Wales, 22; visit to London, 8–10, 35, 198

Lowe, Hudson, 14

Lucan, third Earl of (George Bingham), 5, 195

Lucknow; Gubbins house, 145, 146; palace at 92, 93, 95, 135. See also Indian Mutiny: Lucknow

Ludgate Hill, 59

Lyceum Theatre, 23, 56, 150

Lyons, 60, 165

Lyons, Edmund, 151, 196

M.

Macaulay, Thomas, Babington, 45, 104, 178, 196; History of England from the accession of James the Second, 32, 37, 44, 86

McConnell, 128

Mackay, Charles, 112, 196

McClintock, Leopold, 188

Mackay, Mr (killed in Delhi), 165

McKewan, David, 11, 13, 15, 17, 71, 111, 125, 159, 173, 196; visits Turkey, 131, 140

Mackness, John, 96, 196

Maclise, Daniel, 98, 196

Macmillan (publisher), 145, 196, 213

Macpherson, Charles, 61, 196

Madagascar, 131, 186, 216

Madams, Mr, 18

Mahon, Philip, 86, 196

Maidenhead, 103

Maidstone, 146, 148

Malcolm, James, 84, 89, 90, 92, 96, 97, 99, 100, 106, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 134, 196; elected minister at MP, 93; begins ministry, 95; resigns ministry, 107

Mall, The, 59

Manchester, 179, 187, 193; fire at, 51, 134; Queen Victoria visits, 98; JWW and FW visit, 102, 103; railway accident, 107; trains to, 131. See also Art Treasures Exhibition

Manning, Samuel, 55, 196

Mansion House, 5

Mansions of England in the olden time, 86

Mappin Brothers, 135–137, 146–148

Margate, 80, 112

Mario, Giovanni, 56, 190, 197

Markham, Mrs. See Penrose, Elizabeth

Marlborough House, 74, 82, 122

Marlborough School, 97

Marley, Robert, 75, 76, 197

Marmora, Alfonso la, 31, 197

Martin Chuzzlewit, 191

Mary, Princess (Duchess of Gloucester)

Marylebone, 56

Matterhorn, ix, xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxv

Maudslay iron works, xix

Maze Pond chapel, 1–175 passim; attempted robbery at, 131; members, 176–79, 181, 185, 186, 188, 190, 192, 196, 197, 200; social characteristics, xix-xx, 110

Mazzini, Giuseppe, 102, 197

Melbourne, 75

Menshikov, Aleksander, 6, 31, 197

Merchant Tailor's school, 66

Messiah, Handel's, 96

Metropolitan Board of Works, 39–40, 45, 54, 191

Metternich, Klemenz von, 169, 197

Michael Nikolayevich (Grand Duke of Russia), 6

Middlesborough, 144, 145

Middlesex; parliamentary constituency, 89

Midhurst, 45

Millais, John Everett, 98, 139, 197

Millais, William, 139, 197

Millard, James, 126, 128, 129, 138–75 passim, 178, 181, 197; commences ministry at MP, 134

Miller, Frederick (1828–1875, Surrey cricketer), 100, 101, 143

Miller, Hugh, 77, 197

Miller, William Frederick (draughtsman), 37, 93, 96, 100, 101, 120, 134, 146, 167, 197

Miller, William Henry (stationer), 133, 197

Millwall, 11. See also Great Eastern; Isle of Dogs

Milton, John, 187

Missionary Herald, 152, 153

Mole, John, 102, 133, 151, 164, 197

Molesworth, William, 31, 197

Mont Blanc, xxii, 139, 154, 177, 206

Montalembert, Charles de, 151–52, 197

Moodie, Susanna; Roughing it in the bush, 100, 217

Moon, Francis, 11, 198

Moore, Adolphus, xxii

Moore, Mrs, 3

Moore, Thomas, 69, 198

Morbey, Joseph, 89, 103, 198

Morden, 168

Morecambe Bay, 94

Mormons, 105

Morocco, 185

Morrell, Henry, 146, 198

Morrison, James, 115, 198

Mortlake, 92

Moscow, 36

Moxon, Edward, xiv, xviii, 184

Mudie, Charles, 42, 51, 83, 84, 85, 87, 96, 100, 130, 143, 145, 148, 149, 171, 173, 174, 198

Muraviev-Amurskii, Nikolai, 53, 198, 204

Murchison, Roderick, 71, 75, 198, 217

murder, 43, 45, 51; by Bousfield, 178; carpet bag mystery, 110, 111; of children, 50, 71; garrotting, 73, 74, 75–6; in Islington, 46; of James Henderson, 108–9, 119; in Reigate, 84; of Richard Cope, 71, 197; in Walworth, 47

Murray, John, xvi, xvii, 12, 15, 24, 25, 27, 28, 31, 33, 54, 56, 59, 91, 93, 130, 135, 140, 146, 149, 172, 183, 186, 195, 198; annual trade sale, 112, 115; commissions EW, 137–38; likes EW's drawing, 148; Narrative of the siege of Kars, 42; Illustrated handbook of architecture, 44; uses EW's drawing, 125

Music, 47

Muswell Hill, 23

Myers and Co, 85

N.

Nakhimov, Pavel, 19, 198

Nana Sahib, 106, 198–99

Napier, Charles, 31, 32, 33, 89, 199

Naples, 127, 194; earthquake, 81, 123

Napoleon III. See Louis Napoleon

Napoleon Bonaparte, 14

Napoleon, Prince (1822–1891), 24, 50

Nares, George, xxiii

Nash, Joseph; Mansions of England in the olden time, 86

Nasmyth, James, 199

National Gallery, 39, 44, 74, 186, 203

National Magazine, 204

Natural history of Selborne, The, 166

Need, Henry, 89, 199

Needham Market, 201

New Mexico, 161

New Palace Yard, 79, 188

New Water Colour Society, 127; annual exhibition (1855), 13; annual exhibition (1856), 53–54; annual exhibition (1857), 89, 90, 102, 191; annual exhibition (1858), 134–37, 140, 144, 182, 183; annual exhibition (1859), 162–65, 196; JWW elected full member, 91; members, 194, 197, 202, 203, 210; Queen visits, 164

New Zealand, 68, 172, 208, 218

Newbury, 52, 185

Newcastle upon Tyne, 34, 137, 143

Newhaven, 20, 27

Nicholas I (emperor of Russia), 5

Nightingale, Florence, 42, 199

Nile (convict ship), 106

Nisbet, James, 130, 131, 133, 184, 199, 210

Norfolk, 148

Norfolk, fourteenth Duke of (Earl Marshal), 55

North, John William, xiv-xv

Northampton, 170

Northern Belle, 112

Northern Star, 80

Norwich, 205

Norwood cemetery, 129

Nosotti, Charles, 85, 199

Notting Hill, 145

Nottingham, 88, 211, 213; Trent Bridge, 105

Novello, Clara, 147, 199

Nunhead cemetery, 73

Nuremburg, 55

O.

Oakham, Lord, 154

Oakley Street, 150

Old Curiosity Shop, The, 190

Old Paradise Street, ix

Old Water Colour Society, xviin, 188, 201; annual exhibition, 60, 143; EW attends lecture at, 159; Samuel Read applies for membership, 3, 81, 83

Orsini, Felice, 130, 132, 199

Osborne House, 94

Outram, James, 110, 113, 119, 192, 199

Ovingham, xii

Oxford, 38, 212, 213; cathedral, 105

Oxford and Cambridge boat race, 164

Oxford Street, 137, 177, 199

P.

Paddington, 9, 62, 63, 102, 105

Paget, Letitia (killed in railway accident), 107

Palestine, 217

Pall Mall, 59, 129

Palmer, William, 40–41, 57–58, 59, 180, 193, 199; execution, 61

Palmerston, third Viscount, 1, 5, 14, 52, 56, 85, 86, 128, 160, 188, 189, 199–200, 203; becomes prime minister, 2, 169; resigns, 129

Palmyra, 116–117

Panmure, second Baron, 2, 200

Paris; Archbishop of, 79; Catacombs, 36–37, 86; Cornmarket, 37–38, 86, 42; Fontaine Molière, 82–83, 84; Fontaine St Sulpice, 68, 82, 126; Hotel de Ville, 55, 56; Invalides, 82, 84; JWW visits, 24–27, 120; Louvre, 126–27; Notre Dame, 52; Palais Royal, 82–83, 84; Pantheon, 38–40, 42; peace conference, 51; Queen Victoria visits, 21–23; St Roch, 35, 36; Tuileries, 96

Parliament, Houses of, 177, 186; construction, 39, 42–43, 79; dissolution, 85–86; House of Lords, 93; sessions, 21, 42–43; Select Committee on the State of the Army at Sevastopol, 9. See also elections: parliamentary

Parliament Street, 59, 71

Parr, George (1826–1891, cricketer), 101

Partridge and Oakey (publishers), 22

Pasha, Omar, 26, 38, 200

Paternoster Row, 22, 81

Paul, John Dean, 16, 106, 200. See also banks and banking: Strahan, Paul and Bates

Paul Pry, 93

Paxton, Joseph, 10, 200

Pease, Edward, 144, 200

Peckham, ix, 9, 10, 11, 35, 49, 56, 57, 65, 68, 72, 85, 131, 172, 173, 211

Peel, Frederick, 18

Peel, Robert, 190

Pélissier, Aimable, 18–19, 21, 25, 26, 31, 200

Pellatt, Apsley, 88, 200

Penny Magazine, xiii, 182

Penrose, Elizabeth, 115

Penshurst, 109

Penton, Lawrence, 31, 200

Persia, 41, 77, 83

Peterborough, 47, 131; cathedral, 118, 123–25, 135, 142, 217; EW visits, 132

Peters, Thomas, 37, 50, 200

Petersham, 142

Petropaulauski, 24

Pevensey Castle, 20

Pevsner, Nicholas, 103n

Pewtress, 161, 162, 200

Phelps, Samuel, 200

photography, 3, 14, 67, 82, 118, 131, 132, 141, 149, 151, 164, 165, 166; Architectural Photographic Association, 129–30, 153–54. Photographic Society, 41, 46, 80–81, 136, 140; photographs of India, 92. See also Fenton, Roger; Watkins, John (photographer)

Pianori, Giovanni, 13, 201

Piccadilly, 18, 59, 186

Pickersgill, Henry, 49, 201

Pickford's, 95, 96

Pickwick Papers, 156

Piedmont and Sardinia, 6, 197. See also Victor Emmanuel II

Pierce, Earl, 168, 201

Pieri, Giuseppe, 130, 132, 199, 201

Pike, Emma (killed in accident at Royal Polytechnic Institution), 156

Pilgrim's progress, 130, 215

Pimlico, 194

Pinches, Conrad, xi, 38, 46, 52, 116, 121, 154, 201

Pitman, Mrs (killed in railway accident), 107

Pius IX (pope), 52

Plymouth, 24, 145

Plumstead, 201

Porta Nigra. See Trier

Portsea, 19, 184

Portsmouth, 45

postal districts, London, 84

pre-Raphaelites, xiv, 184

Prettyman, Reverend (charged with drunkenness), 111

Price, John, 51, 201

prices, 37; bread, 28; coal, 3, 4; corn, 24; strawberries, 96; sugar, 35

Primrose Hill, 68

Prior, William, 6, 14, 28, 31, 40, 42, 47, 51, 52, 56, 68, 69, 87, 111, 126, 201

Probart, Edward, 102, 201

prostitution, 124

Prussia, 30, 50, 51, 77, 126

Punch, xiii, 30, 179, 208

Putney, 8; Putney Bridge, 169–70

Pyramids, the, 172

Quarterly Review, 60, 73

Q.

Queen's Bench, court of, 94

Quentin, Mr, 77

R.

Rachel, 37, 124, 201

Radetsky, Joseph, 124, 201

Rae, John, 188

Raffles, David, 159, 201

Ragged School, Lambeth, 1, 2, 5, 133, 136, 177

Ragged School Union, 204

Raglan, first Baron, 17–18, 26, 179, 195–96, 201, 205

railway accidents; America, 64; Berwick on Tweed, 21; Canada, 88; death of George Cox, 104; France, 32; Great Northern, 107–8; Great Western, 100; Greenwich Railway, 72; Mitcham, 32; North Kent Railway, 36, 68, 97–98, 100, 116; North London Railway, 153; North Western Railway, 72, 75, 133; Reading, 25; South Eastern, 142; South Wales, 111; South Western, 140; woman killed by, 28

railways; competition, 153, 155, 157, 162; Eastern Counties, 36, 43; Great Northern, 47, 73, 131, 135, 142; Great Western, 47; Greenwich, 36; line to Portsmouth opens, 156; London and North Western, 47, 131, 135; London and Tilbury, 50; North Eastern, 79; shares, 124; South Eastern, 9, 25, 176, 204; South Western, 134; West End, 170–71

Ramsey, 178

Ramsgate, 18, 109, 112

Rawlinson, George; The history of Herodotus, 217

Rayleigh (Essex), 37, 50, 200

Read, Samuel, 4, 86, 90, 118, 135, 201; and Old Water Colour Society, 3, 81, 83

Reade, Charles, 78–79, 202

Reading, 92, 105

Reading Mercury, 113, 183

Redgrave, Richard, 98, 202

Redpath, Leopold, 106, 202

Reeves, John Sims, 47, 202

Reformatory, Bridge House (Wandsworth), 35, 61, 106, 195

Regent Street (Lambeth), 88, 196. See also Baptist chapels: Regent Street (Lambeth)

Regent's Park, 126

Reid, S., 6, 202

Reigate, 15, 16, 69, 84, 108, 208

Religious Tract Society, xiii, 112, 135, 184, 190, 196

Rennie, John, 3, 202

Rhyl, 79

Richards, Mr, 69, 76, 85, 133

Richardson, Charles, 202

Richardson, Edward, 164, 202

Richardson, Henry, 202

Richardson, Thomas Miles, 202

Richmond (Surrey), 18, 22, 29, 42, 64, 68, 71, 86, 89, 92, 95, 99, 100, 114–15, 135, 137, 142, 146, 159, 167, 192

Richmond (Yorkshire), 64, 66

Rievaulx Abbey, 71

Rivington, 16, 95, 202

Roberts, David, 83, 86, 195, 202

Robins, Thomas, 13, 202

Robinson, John, 134, 202

Rocket, the, 144–45

Robson, William, 69, 106, 202

Rochdale, 182

Roebuck, John, 1, 49, 128, 203

Roffey, Thomas, 134, 159, 168, 203

Rogers, Samuel, 37, 38, 44, 56, 86, 203

Rome; Basilica of Constantine, 113, 114, 116; Basilica of St Paul, 137; Baths of Caracalla, 114–16, 120; Castel San Angelo, 112, 113, 116, 120; Colosseum, 172; Pantheon, 150; Vatican, 135

Rosevear, William, 45, 53, 54, 203

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, xviii

Rothschild, Baron (1808–1879), 88, 203

Rouen, 27

Roughing it in the bush, 100, 217

Roupell, William, 87–88, 99–100, 165, 185, 203

Routledge, 74, 184

Rowbotham, Thomas, 153, 203

Rowney, 59, 83, 95, 102, 124

Royal Academy; annual exhibition (1856), 56, 88; annual exhibition (1857), 91, 98; annual exhibition (1858), 137, 143; annual exhibition (1859), 165; members, 186, 188, 195, 202, 207, 213

Royal Engineers, 92

Royal Geographical Society, xxi, 198

Royal Polytechnic Institution, 39, 156

Rudio, Carlo di, 130, 203

Rugby, 141; school, 97, 114

Rugeley, 57–58, 199

Russia, 19, 20; Russian forces in the Crimea, 2, 4–5, 7–34 passim, 51; peace negotiations, 39, 41, 42, 49, 50, 51; support for Kingdom of Naples, 69

Russell, John, first Earl, 3, 88, 99, 169, 199, 203

Russell, William, 30, 203

S.

Sabine, Edward, xxiiin

Sadleir, John, 47, 204

Sadler's Wells Theatre, 200

Salisbury, 83, 191

Salomons, David, 33, 204

Samaria, 173

Sandall, Henry, 51, 89, 94, 102, 123, 125, 133, 136, 149, 160, 204

Sandwith, Humphrey, 42, 53, 204

Sangster and Fletcher, 149

Sankey viaduct, 139

Sardinia. See Piedmont and Sardinia

Saunders, John, 83, 204, 208

Saward, James, 106, 204

Sayers, Tom, 173, 204

Schliemann, Heinrich, xxiii

School for the Indigent Blind, 67, 68, 74, 77, 160, 163, 164, 165; concert at, 4; election of pupils, 2–12

Scotland, 71, 176

Scott, Joseph, 145, 204

Scott, Thomas Dewell, 51, 131, 134, 135, 139, 140, 142, 146, 147, 153, 204

Scott, Robert, xxiiin

Scott, Walter, xv, 187

Scott Polar Research Institute, v, xxvi

Scott Russell (shipbuilders), 46, 154. See also Great Eastern

Scovell, George, 31, 33, 294

Scrambles amongst the Alps, xv, xxiii, xxiv, 181, 205

Seaford, 20

Selborne, 166, 168, 177. See also White, Gilbert; The natural history of Selborne

Sevastopol, 1, 179, 186, 189; fall to Allies, 24–25; Redan, 18–19, 22, 23, 28–30, 194, 198; Mamelon Tower, 15, 26; Malakoff Tower, 18–19, 22, 23, 29

Sevenoaks, 15, 17

sewers, 39–40, 54

Seymour, Michael, 18, 78, 204

Shaftesbury, seventh Earl of, 2, 133, 204

Shakespeare, William, xv, 74, 130n

Sharp, Jack, 42, 205

Sharpe's Magazine, 112

Sheepshanks, John, 99, 205

Sheerness, 101

Shelley, John Villiers, 49, 205

Shepherd's Bush, 145

Shere, 140

Sherman, John, 172, 205

Shetland Islands, 172

Shipwrecks, 52–53, 68, 109, 148; Broadstairs, 80; Cornwall, 13; Dungeness, 106; Folkestone, 44; Rhyl, 79

Shoe Lane, 177

Shoreham, 72–73

Shrewsbury, 99

Sibthorpe, Charles, 56, 205

Simpson, James, 21, 25, 27, 28–29, 32, 36, 205

Skelton, Percival, 88, 89, 90, 99, 100, 106, 117, 141, 146, 164, 169, 172, 173, 174, 205; EW improves drawing, 149, 160, 161, 167, 168; Childe Harold's pilgrimage, 215

Skill (draughtsman), 65, 87, 89, 90, 102, 205

Smiles, Samuel, 115, 137–42, 144, 146, 148, 154, 205, 218

Smirke, Robert, 48n, 205

Smirke, Sydney, 92, 205

Smith, Adam, 50

Smith, Albert, 139, 154, 206

Smith, Charles Manby, 163, 206

Smith, Edward Tyrrel, 88, 206

Smith, Madeleine, 99, 206

Smith, William Collingwood, ix, 29, 51, 69–71, 127, 201; hosts party, 1

Smithers, Henry, 8, 10, 15, 32, 50, 54, 66, 67, 206; convicted of embezzling, 139–40

Smithfield market, 19–20, 80

Smythe, Frank, xxvi

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 3, 80, 103, 130, 135, 149, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 167, 171, 173, 180, 183, 185, 193; to publish JWW's proposed magazine, 67, 76–79, 82–84, 204; superintendency, 112

Soho, 39, 51

Solferino, battle of, 170

Somerset, xxi

Somerset House, 23, 59

Soper, Thomas, 6, 36, 60, 82, 152, 169, 174, 206

Sotheby's, 86

Sotheran and Willis, 140

South Lambeth Road, xix

Southend, 18, 19, 50, 59, 68, 100, 167

Southwark; parliamentary constituency, 31, 33, 88, 195, 197, 199, 200

Southwark Literary Institute, 76

Southwell, 211

Sowerby, Ann, 117, 140, 162, 195, 206

Sparrow, John, 58, 141, 206

Speculum humanae salvationis, 157

Sphinx, the, 172

Spithead, 9

Spitsbergen, 185

Spooner, William, 149, 159, 206

Spurgeon, Charles, xixn, 5, 16, 55, 114, 206; accident at Surrey Gardens, 70–71, 74

St Albans, 133

St Asaph; cathedral, 171

St George's Cathedral, 85

St George's Fields, 2

St James's Hall, 153

St James's Park, 91

St James's Street, 59

St John's Wood, 62, 187

St Mark's College (Chelsea), 131, 133

St Martin's Hall, 49, 72, 156

St Mary's (Lambeth), x, 77

St Paul's cathedral, 73, 151, 154

St Petersburg, 36, 41; Winter Palace, 9, 10

Stafford, 59

Stalker, Alexander, 30n, 207

Standard, 136–37

Stanfield, Clarkson, 195, 207

Stanford's, 137

Stapleton, John, 130, 207

Stephen, Leslie, xxii

Stephenson, George (1781–1848), 128, 138, 183, 192, 205, 207, 218

Stephenson, George Robert (1819–1905), 68–71, 207

Stephenson, Heathfield (1833–1896, Surrey cricketer), 101, 143

Stephenson, Robert, 141, 175, 192, 207

Stepney Baptist College, 176, 177

stock market, 43, 59

Stockwell, 165

Stoke Poges, 104, 190

Stokes, William, 171, 207

Strafford, Earl of (John Byng), 30, 207

Strahan, William, 106, 207. See also banks and banking: Strahan, Paul and Bates

Strand, 57, 59, 206, 210

Stratford on Avon, 141

Strawberry Hill, 108, 109, 111, 218

Streatham, 46, 179

Street, George Edmund, 159, 207

Strood, 97

Such, John, 20, 207

Suffolk, ix

Suffolk, seventeenth Earl of (Charles Howard), 127, 207

Suffolk Street, 130, 144, 162

suicide, 45, 50, 52, 53, 69, 110

Sulman, Thomas, 152, 207

Sultan of Turkey (Abdulmecid I), 36, 131

Sumner, John Bird. See Canterbury, Archbishop of

Sunday trading, 17, 18, 45–46, 49, 56–57, 61, 84–85, 98–99, 191, 205, 210

Sunderland, 76

Sunter (whitesmiths), 92, 114, 153, 207

Surrey Gardens, 65, 104; Music Hall, 70, 74, 99, 135, 194

Swaffham, 84, 170, 205, 213; EW designs chapel for, 90, 91, 103

Swain, Joseph, xiii

Sweden, 35, 39, 205

swimming baths, 21

Swindon, 127

Swinfen, Charles, 208

Switzerland, 77, 81

Sydenham, 87. See also Crystal Palace

Symons, William, 144, 208

T.

Taj Mahal, 96–98

Tale of Two Cities, The, 193

Tantallon castle, 103

Tallinn. See Baltic: Revel

Taugwalders, xxii

Taylor, Robert, 36, 160, 208

telegraph, 8, 11, 18, 45, 52, 61, 71, 109, 117, 118, 127, 158; Atlantic, 76, 101, 114, 144; EW's opinion of, 126

Tempest, Lord Ernest Vane, 69–70

Temple Bar, 59

Tenniel, John, 127, 208; Alice's adventures in Wonderland, xiv; Aesop's fables, xvii, 145, 182, 217

Tennyson, Alfred, xi, xviii, 184, 191

Tewkesbury, 95, 179

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 41, 208

Thames; floods, 73–74; full of ice, 3, 4; smell, 39–40, 140, 141

Thaxted, 83, 187

Thebes, 171

Thomas, Mr, 62

Thomson, Arthur, 172, 208, 218

Thornbury, Walter, 83, 208

Thornton, William, 84, 108, 208

Thynne, John, 169, 208

Tibet, 193

Times, xiii, 21, 28–29, 46, 80, 111, 124 203; excluded from France, 139

Tinley, Robert (1830–1900, Nottinghamshire cricketer), 101

Todleben, Eduard, 92, 208

Tom Brown's schooldays, 114, 142, 157

Tomlinson, Charles, 146, 160, 168, 169, 170, 171, 174, 208, 218

Tooley Street, 51

Trade, Board of, 59

transportation, 32, 106, 140, 176, 177, 185, 197, 202, 204

Travels amongst the Great Andes of the Equator, xxiii-xxiv, 205

Trench, Richard, 150, 154, 159, 170, 171, 208

Trestrail, Frederick, 36, 62, 208

Trèves. See Trier

Trier; Porta Nigra, 119–120

Tring, 170

Truscott, James, 59, 68, 75, 77, 117, 118, 129, 131, 146, 150, 209

Turkey; earthquake, 6

Turner, J.W.M., 74, 82–83, 86, 195, 203, 209; Picturesque tour of Italy, 117n; EW's opinion of, 122

Twickenham, 114–15, 159

U.

Underhill, Edward, 92, 209

Underwood, Mr, 61

unemployment, 82

United States of America, 50, 52, 59, 114, 180, 183; election, 74; slavery, 68, 72

Ure, Andrew, 80, 209

V.

Vacher, Charles, 159, 209

Vallombrosa, 68

Vancouver, 211

Varanasi. See Benares

Vaughan, John, 45, 209

Vauxhall; Gardens, 205; railway station, 53

Venables, Richard, 126, 209

Venice; ducal palace, 49, 52; St Mark's, 134, 136, 146, 148, 149

Verger, 79

Vestry Hall (Kennington), 23

Victor Emmanuel II (King of Piedmont and Sardinia), 35–36

Victoria, Princess Royal, 30; confirmation, 51; dowry, 92–93; engagement; marriage, 51, 125, 126, 127

Victoria, Queen; attempts to form new government, 1, 2; birthday, 93; distributes Crimean medals, 13; EW sees at British Museum, 163; to sit for Gilbert, 43; visits Covent Garden Theatre, 49; visits Crystal Palace, 10, 61; visits NWCS, 135–36, 164; visits Paris, 21–23

Victoria and Albert museum, 99, 119, 122, 136, 178, 205

Victoria Cross, 97

Victoria Falls, 195

Victoria Theatre, 154–55, 164

Vienna, 3, 160, 183, 203

Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt and Nubia, 83, 86, 202

Villiers, Henry, 47, 209

Vince, Charles, 164, 209

Virgin, History of the, 156

Vizetelly, Henry, xxi, 11, 135, 158, 201, 206, 209

Vokins, William, 133, 209

W.

Waddington, David, 43, 209

Wakley, Thomas, 104, 209

Walbrook, 160

Wales, 71

Walker (Baptist preacher), 117

Walker, Frederick, xiv-xv, 154, 167, 192

Walker, Vyell Edward (1837–1906, Middlesex cricketer), 171n

Walker, William, 60, 210

Wallace, Alfred Russell, 177

Walmsley, Joshua, 45–46, 210

Walpole, Horace, 108, 109, 111, 218

Walton on Thames, 144

Walworth, 47

Wandsworth, 8, 61, 65. See also Reformatory, Bridge House

Ward, Edward, 98, 161, 210

Warner, William, 115, 137, 143, 159, 210

Warren, Edward, 210

Warren, Henry, 60, 61, 76, 164, 210

Warren, Mary, 56, 210

Warren, Samuel, 45, 210

Warwick, 141

Waterloo, xix, 129, 145, 172

Waterloo Bridge, 110

Waterlow, Sydney, 134, 210

Watford, 9, 25, 28, 30, 32, 36, 60, 133, 211

Watkins, John (photographer), 150, 210

Watkins, John (wood engraver), 61, 128, 129, 150, 210

Watson, J., 130, 131, 210

Watson, Thomas, 3, 10, 11, 17, 71, 75, 210; death, 123

Watts, John, 129, 210

Weale, John, 125, 127, 210

Wear, river, 79

weather, 113–14, 122, 158

Weaver, Joseph, 121

Weedon, Edwin, 90, 210

Weir, Harrison, 9, 10, 11, 15, 22, 49, 50, 51, 54, 56, 100, 139, 211

Wellington, duke of (Arthur Wellesley), 44, 192

Wells, Charles, 21, 42, 75, 90, 133, 162, 211

Wensleydale, Baron (James Parke), 44, 45

West Moor pit, 141

Westminster (parliamentary constituency), 182

Westminster Abbey, 60, 144, 151, 153, 154, 159, 160, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 213

Westminster Bridge Road, xix

Westminster Hall, 95

Weybridge, 144

Weymouth, 51, 201

Wheeler, Ann, 11, 211

White, Gilbert; The natural history of Selborne, 166, 168, 169, 170, 171, 218

White, William, 102, 211

Whitechapel, 4, 51

Whymper, Alfred, x, xi, 105, 117, 122, 141, 167, 168, 181, 211; apprenticeship, 111; birthday, 8

Whymper, Annette, x, xi

Whymper, Charles, x, xi, 213

Whymper, Charlotte, x, 167, 212

Whymper, Ebenezer, ix, xiv, 72, 77, 87, 92, 150, 170, 211; and Spurgeon, 5; moves house, 23; speculations, 134; visits Shetland Islands, 172; and wood engraving business, 103

Whymper, Edward, xxi-xxiv, 1–175 passim; ambitions, 120; birthday, 11, 54; 90, 165, canvasses votes for Blind School pupil, 2–11; character, xx-xxi; commission for Smiles, 137–38; conditions of apprenticeship, xviii-xix, 3, 78; diary, xxiv-xxvi, 21, 77, 109; education, xi; and female company, 42, 94; health, 1, 4, 42, 127, 142, 161; reading, 14, 35, 38, 41, 44, 53, 69, 76, 87, 114, 158; reads paper at MP, 166; religious views, 46, 144, 159; rowing, 141, 142, 146, 159, 167, 169–70; sketching in Norfolk, 148; walking, 114–15, 133, 143–44, 166, 171

Whymper, Elijah, 155, 211

Whymper, Elizabeth (grandmother), ix

Whymper, Elizabeth (née Bradlaugh), x

Whymper, Elizabeth (mother), 56, 59, 65, 70, 90, 95, 99, 100, 102, 103, 106, 130, 134, 140, 142, 150, 152, 211; birthday, 9, 53, 89, 135; and Blue Coat School, 129; chapel meeting, 158, 168; and Crystal Palace, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67; and Haslemere, 166, 170; health, xix, 15, 97; hears Christy's Minstrels, 123; and Ragged School, 1, 2, 3, 5; and School for the Indigent Blind, 2, 6, 8; upbringing, ix-x, 195; visits Peckham, 49, 57, 68, 72, 88

Whymper, Elizabeth (sister), x, xi, 119, 127; birthday, 15

Whymper, Frank, x

Whymper, Frederick, x, 3, 22, 28, 65, 66, 145, 167, 171, 174, 211; to artists conversazione, 91, 158, 172; birthday, 20, 63, 100; canvassing for blind boy, 8; to Caterham, 89; to a concert, 57, 73, 123, 135, 150; to Crystal Palace, 99; to Eastty's, 1; exhibits pictures, 134, 162, 165; hears Spurgeon, 16; health, 2; to Maidstone, 146, 148; and MP, 130n; painting ability, 64; to a party, 155; to Richmond, 71, 100, 109, 111; to Scotland, 102; to Watford, 31, 32; wood engraving apprenticeship, xix, 111, 146

Whymper, Harriet, 212

Whymper, Henry, x, 185, 211; birthday, 11, 90, 137, 165

Whymper, Hephzibah, 139, 167, 168, 170, 213

Whymper, John (uncle), 8, 9, 16, 25, 31, 32, 46, 71, 99, 133, 211; character, 134

Whymper, John Charles (cousin), 87, 193, 212

Whymper, Joseph, x, 119, 212

Whymper, Josiah Wood, ix-xxi, 1–175 passim, 212; birthday, 11, 54, 90, 137; chapel meeting, 43, 79, 118, 158, 168; to Cornwall, 145–46; and NWCS, 9, 10, 53, 54, 89–91, 127, 134, 135, 144, 163, 164; paintings reviewed, 136–37, 165; proposes magazine to SPCK, 67, 76–79, 82–84, 204; to Scotland, 102, 103; to Yorkshire, 64; temper, 3, 69, 116, 156; third marriage, 192; visits Paris, 24–27, 120

Whymper, Lydia, 18, 56, 170, 211

Whymper, Mary Ann, ix

Whymper, Nathaniel, ix, 56, 63, 167, 168, 212

Whymper, Samuel, x, 79, 212

Whymper, Sarah, 192, 212

Whymper, Theodosia, 167, 212

Whymper, Theophilus (1820–1843), 192

Whymper, Theophilus (cousin), 57, 62, 63, 159, 212

Whymper, William Nathaniel, x, 13, 212

Wild Darell, 13

Wilhelm II (1859–1941, Emperor of Germany), 158

Wilkinson, William, 46, 87–88, 212

Willes, James, Shaw (1814–1872), 121

Willey, W., 38, 213

William, Charles, 128, 213

Williams, D., 41, 42, 89, 90, 213

Williams, William (MP for Lambeth), 46, 87–88, 99, 164, 165, 213

Williams, William (British commander at Kars), 53, 213

Willis rooms, 82, 91, 130, 134, 160

Willington Quay, 140, 141

Wilson, Miss M., 162n

Windsor, 10, 35, 97; castle, 9, 102

Wire, David, 150, 213

Witherington, William, 98, 213

Wolf, Joseph, xvi-xvii, xxiii, 86, 89, 90, 126, 151, 158, 169, 172, 174, 193, 195, 213; Aesop's fables, 217; Letters from High Latitudes, 216

wood engraving, xii-xix; apprenticeship, 68, 107; business, 11, 75, 149–50; colour printing, 153

Woodgate, Amy, v, xxvi

Woodgate, Eva, v, x

Woodgate, Timothy, v, xxvi

Woods, William, 84–85, 90, 96, 136, 167, 168, 170, 213

Woolwich, 36, 116, 126

Wordsworth, Christopher, xv, 145, 146, 158, 213

Wordsworth, William, 213

Workhouse; Dover, 42; Lambeth; Whitechapel, 4, 37

Wormull, Mr, 213

Worthing, 20

Wylam, 138

Y.

Yarmouth, 205, 213

Yeovil, 159, 212

York, 47

Young Men's Christian Association, 166, 183, 216

Z.

Zermatt, xxii, xxiv, xxv

Zoological Gardens. See London Zoo