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Vaccaj, Nicola (1790–1848), composer and singer 13/12/33
Vadura, V. 31/12/88
Vakeels, The 9/4/45
Valaorite, Aristos, of lonia 1/2/59
Valaoriti, Spiridione, Sir, of lonia 3/12/58
Valaviti, Cav., of Ionia 18/1/59
Valentine,
Mrs. 4/3/92
James, English merchant in Palermo 6/12/51
William, Rev. 29/11/47
Valentine, young 22/1/79
Valerio, Lorenzo, Italian politician 3/8/61
Valery, Sig. 4/10/89
Valetta, S. J., of Genoa 23/2/75
Valettas, Ionnes N., Prof. 8/2/64
Valin, Claude Marie, Abbé 15/9/77
Valisma, Eustachio, of lonia 29/11/58
Vallance, James, solicitor 6/10/42
Vallati, Sig., artist in Rome 16/1/39, 12/11/66
Valletoy, H. 29/4/63
Vallombrosa, Duke of 30/1/83
Valpy,
Francis Edward, Rev. (–1882) 16/3/50 ?
Leonard Rowe, barrister 10/4/66
Richard, in statistical department, Board of Trade 2/1/68 n
Valsamachi, Demetrio, Sir, of Ionia 11/10/41
Valucri, Sig. 13/3/67
Valussi, Pacifico, author 13/12/75
Van Campen, Samuel Richard 15/7/91
Vance, John (–1875), tory M.P. 13/7/53
Van Den Driesche, D., manufacturer 29/6/87 ?
Vandenhoff,
Mrs., actress 5/10/75 n
Henry J., actor 14/6/79
Vanderbyl, Mr. 15/12/87 ?
Van Der Fan, Bartout 18/7/76
Vandervelde, A., of Belgian legation 14/6/79
Van de Weyer,
Madame 11/3/52
Sylvain (1802–1874), Belgian minister in London 11/3/52 n
Vandyck & Brown, Messrs., photographers in Liverpool 29/1/75
Vane see Powlett, Tempest
Vane,
rescue 4/10/73
Charles William, Sir, né Stewart, 3rd Marquis of Londonderry 2/8/43
Frances Anne Emily, née Vane-Tempest, Lady Londonderry 2/8/43 n
William Henry (1766–1842), 1st Duke of Cleveland (1833) 6/2/49 n
Vane-Tempest see Churchill, Vane
Vanlennep, Henry J., in Athens 21/12/58
Vanlerberghe, Mr. 25/4/38
Van Oss, S. F. 27/9/90
Vansittart,
Caroline (1782–1851), née Eden 2/7/33
C. Arthur 14/6/73
Nicholas (1766–1851), 1st Baron Bexley (1823), tory M.P. and cabinet minister 13/5/33 Vanstorm, Mr. 17/9/66
Van Zandt, Ferdinand S. (–1892) 27/11/85
Vardon, Thomas, librarian, House of Commons 12/1/53
Varnish, Henry, silk manufacturer 10/4/75
Varvogli, President, President of Greece 29/3/54
Vasey, Mr. 27/7/77
Vassilachi, Elia, of Ionia 26/11/58
Vaughan see Halford, Isham
Vaughan,
Mrs. 8/4/78
Charles John, Rev. Dr. (1816–1897) 15/4/58, 8/7/60
Charles Richard, Sir (1774–1849), diplomat 11/4/33 ?
David James, Rev. (1825–1905) 26/8/68
Edward Prothero, Rev. 30/3/38
Henry Halford, Prof. (1811–1885), regius professor of modern history, Oxford (1848) 12/4/31, 7/4/79
Herbert Alfred, Cardinal Abp. (1832–1903), bishop of Salford (1870), archbishop of Westminster (1892) 5/8/61, 25/11/70, 10/11/92
James, Rev. (1806–1886) 25/4/31
Kate (1852–1903), dancer 1/12/73
Robert, Rev. Dr. (1795–1868) 10/1/42, 15/11/64
Thomas, of Middlesbrough 9/10/62
Vaux, S. H., Mrs. 25/10/79
Vavasour,
Henry Mervyn, Sir 22/11/41 n
Louisa Anne, Lady, née Neville 22/11/41
Vavassour, Mr. 8/9/76
Vearey, T. 20/7/91
Vedana, G., Sig. 8/8/88
Veitch, William, of Edinburgh 26/7/76
Veith, Philip (1793–1877), artist 11/1/39 n
Veja, Dr., oflonia 26/1/59
Vela, Vicenzo (1820–1891), sculptor 4/3/59
Velli, Luigi, of Rome 21/6/78
Velluti, Sig., of Venice 4/10/79
Venables,
Miss 5/5/59
Mr. 3/4/77
Edmund, Rev. (1819–1895), antiquary 20/8/64, 8/10/70, 15/1/72, 16/1/94
George, Rev. (1821–1908) 8/4/56
George Stovin (1810–1888), barrister, journalist 18/12/52
pg 262Richard, Ven. (1775–1859) 18/2/42, 16/4/45
Venn, Henry (1796–1873), secretary, C. M. S. (1841) 15/4/49
Venning, Edward John, Rev. 25/3/68 ?
Ventura,
Giacchino (1792–1861), advocate 13/12/38
Teodoro, of Ionia 4/12/58
Vera, Leon Galindo y de 21/2/57 ?
Verbeck, Mr., conjuror 6/5/85
Verdon, Thomas K. de, author 17/8/77
Vere, Aubrey Thomas de, poet 4/8/42
Vereker, Standish Prendergast (1819–1900), 4th Viscount Gort, (1865) 20/5/69
Verhaegen, Pierre T., Belgian politician 6/11/56 ?
Verindor,
Verne, rescue 18/4/91
Verner,
James Edward, Lieut. Col. (1804–1865) 27/1/39
Thomas, Lieut. Col. (1774–1853), courtier 26/12/38
William, Col. Sir (1782–1871), tory M.P., Orange Master 20/7/42 n
Vernet, Horace (1789–1863), artist 20/2/32
Verney,
Edward Hope, Capt. Sir (1838–1910) 10/6/78
Eliza, Lady (–1857), née Hope 23/9/38
Frederick William (1846–1913) 22/11/78
Harry, Sir (1801–1894), né Calvert, 2nd Baronet, liberal M.P. 5/12/33, 23/9/38
Henry Peyto- (1773–1852), 16th Baron Willoughby de Broke (1820) 10/7/38 n, 5/7/52 n
Margaret Peyto-, Lady (1800–1880), née Williams, Lady Willoughby de Broke 10/7/38, 5/7/52
Vernon see Mildmay
Vernon,
Miss 7/3/76
Mrs., rescue 30/4/70, 5/8/70
Augustus Henry (1829–1883), 6th Baron Vernon (1866) 29/4/69
Catherine (–1867) 19/5/53 ?
Frances Julia Harcourt- (–1844), née Eyre 2/12/39 n
Frances Margaret, Lady Vernon 20/10/87
George John Venables- (1803–1866), 5th Baron Vernon (1835), whig M.P. 15/2/39
George William Henry Venables- (1854–1898), 7th Baron Vernon (1883), whig peer 13/7/87, 20/10/87
Granville Edward Harcourt- (1816–1861), Peelite M.P. 24/5/39, 22/11/52, 28/12/52
Granville Harcourt- (1792–1879), Peelite M.P. 2/12/39, 10/6/40, 11/12/61, 28/7/65
Henry George, Rev., of Liverpool 22/4/63 ?
Isabella Caroline, Lady (–1853), née Ellison 22/3/49
John E., Irish land commissioner 17/3/86
John Richard, Rev. 30/8/67 ?
Pyne Jesse Brand, Mrs. (–1872), wife of Granville Vernon 20/5/61, 11/12/61
Robert (1774–1849), art collector 20/5/48
Robert Vernon (1800–1873), 1st Baron Lyveden (1859), né Smith 15/2/40, 11/8/71 L
Thomas Bowater 28/9/74, 17/5/76
Vernon-Harcourt see Malcolm, Norreys
Verrschagen, Herr 1/11/87
Verschoyle, Hamilton, Rev., of Dublin 11/1/56
Verulam see Grimston
Vesey,
Constance Mary (1851–1886), née Lawley 19/6/77
Emma (–1884), née Herbert, Lady de Vesci 4/7/61, 28/7/61 ?
Eustace (1851–1886) 19/6/77
John Robert William (1844–1903), 4th Viscount De Vesci (1875), Irish landowner; G's host in Ireland 7/11/77 ff, 23/11/83, 23/9/85, 8/11/85, 12/2/86 L, 19/2/86 L
Thomas (1803–1875), 3rd Viscount De Vesci (1855) 4/7/61 n
Vestris, A. A. (–1825) 3/12/27 n
Vevey & Co. 14/3/87
Veysey see Hayman
Veysie, Daniel, Rev. (1799–1866), Oxford proctor 23/8/28
Viale, N., Sig. 16/4/62
Viarol, Mons. 3/12/91
Vicheli, Count 12/5/77
Vicini, Gustiniano 14/1/89
Vickers, J. S., agent of Hawarden estate (1874) 2/5/64, 9/12/73, 16/12/73, 8/1/74, 4/4/74, 6/4/74, 5/6/74, 26/10/74, 6/1/76 ff, 30/5/77, 31/7/77 ff, 8/8/77, 11/5/78, 29/8/79, 24/9/80, 27/8/88
Victor Emmanuel I, King of Savoy 29/2/32 n
Victor Emmanuel II (1820–1878), King of Sardinia, King of Italy 4/3/32
Victoria, Queen 28/5/34 n
Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise, Princess (1840–1901), Princess Royal, Empress of Germany 21/6/42, 25/1/58 n, 15/7/74, 20/5/79, 16/7/81, 30/7/84, 8/9/84, 15/3/91
Victoria Mary Louisa, Princess (1786–1861), Duchess of Kent 4/5/35 n
pg 263Victoria of Hesse, Princess 24/11/83
Vidal, Francis, Rev. (1805–1884) 4/4/57, 27/1/59
Vightoller, Mr. 7/12/75
Villadicani, Francisco di Paola, Cardinal Abp. (1780–1861), Cardinal Abp. of Messina (1843) 2/11/38
Villari,
Mad. 20/7/90
Pasquale, Prof., historian 11/7/65, 2/1/88, 25/1/88, 31/1/88, 1/2/88, 20/7/90
Villars, Mons. 3/12/86
Villebois see Sykes
Villiers see Lewis, Brandling
Villiers,
Catherine (1810–1874), née Grimston, Lady Clarendon 8/3/53, 20/4/53, 11/5/53, 7/6/53
Charles Pelham (1802–1898), liberal M.P., friend of Laura Thistlethwayte 15/3/38, 11/7/42 n, 13/11/52, 1/8/82, 20/10/82, 21/10/82, 22/5/85, 5/1/86, 20/3/86, 21/3/87, 6/2/94
Edward Hyde, 5th Earl of Clarendon (1870) 30/11/73
George Augustus Frederick (1808–1859), 6th Earl of Jersey (1859), Viscount Villiers, Peelite M.P., Peel's son-in-law 20/1/36
George Child-, 5th Earl of Jersey (1805), racehorse owner 13/4/35 n
George William Frederick; Earl of Clarendon 19/8/31 n
Henry Montagu, Bp. (1813–1861), bishop of Carlisle (1856), bishop of Durham (1860) 19/8/31
L., rescue 19/1/61
Margaret Elizabeth Leigh, née Leigh, Lady Jersey 17/7/90
Sarah Sophia (1785–1867), née Fane 13/4/35
Vincent,
Miss, of Hawarden 1/5/78
Mrs., rescue 16/3/60
Charles Edward Howard, Col. Sir (1849–1908), tory M.P. 24/1/90, 17/2/93 L
C. Howard 24/1/83
Edgar Vincent (1857–1941), financier 10/11/79, 5/12/80
James Vincent, Dean (1793–1876) 10/9/61
May, Miss 1/5/78
William Thomas, registrar 21/12/75 ff, 14/2/76, 21/9/78
Vineis, Nicolo, advocate, author 29/2/88, 1/3/88
Viner, George Barber Peregrine, Rev. 27/9/75 ?
Vircis, Cav. 21/1/88
Virtue, J. S. & Co., booksellers 16/11/91
Vischering, Clemens August Droste von, Abp. (1773–1845), archbishop of Cologne (1835) 15/8/38
Visconti, Countess 10/8/86
Visger, Jean A., Mrs., née Owen 15/11/89
Vistahermosa, de, Count, Spanish ambassador 18/2/67
Vita, V. M., poet 6/3/79
Vitali,
Egidio, wine shipper 29/6/78
M., of Ionia 1/12/58
Vitalis, Georgios, Greek sculptor; carved statue of G for Athens 23/10/83, 26/10/83, 19/7/88 n
Vitelleschi,
Amy Nobili-, née Cochrane-Baillie 3/7/75
Francesco Nobili-, Marchese 3/7/75, 8/10/85, 24/6/89
Vitzthum von Eckstaedt, Karl Friedrich, Count, diplomat 30/1/56, 24/2/58
Vivian,
A. B., Rev. 21/6/78
Averil, Lady Swansea 12/7/93
Beatrice 2/4/77 ?
Edward 1/10/76 ?
Henry Hussey, Sir (1821–1894), 1st Baronet (1882), 1st Baron Swansea (1893), liberal M.P. 13/3/60, 27/6/80 L, 7/6/85, 9/4/86, 13/5/87, 2/6/87, 3/6/87
Hussey Crespigny (1834–1893), 3rd Baron Vivian (1886), diplomat 16/9/83, 7/6/85
I. H. 10/5/39
John Cranch Walker (1818–1879), financial secretary, War Office 2/2/70
Richard Hussey, Brigadier (1775–1842), 1st Baron Vivian (1841) 12/6/26 n, 10/5/39
W. C. 24/8/89
Vivien, Miss, rescue 13/11/60
Vizetelly, Henry Richard (1820–1894), engraver and editor, Illustrated Times (1855), published Zola 25/6/52, 12/3/57 n, 27/4/88 n
Vladimir, Grand Duke 14/6/71
Voeux, Mons. de 16/5/62
Voight, J., opera singer 14/7/73
Voivodas, Mid Wilanovich, governor of Moldavia, 21/5/78 ?
Volkaerslake, Baron de 26/10/91
Voiler, Mr., horsedealer 8/8/56
Volpi, Anna 3/6/32
Volta, Escaud 4/11/76
Volti, Signor 16/4/80
von Alten see Cavendish
von Arco see Montglas
Von Neergaard, Mrs. 14/7/90
Vores, Thomas, Rev. (–1875) 1/11/62
Voules,
pg 264Ian Arthur, Rev. 19/2/67 ?
J. P., Rev. (1800–1834), chaplain in Rome 1/4/32
Voûte, Jan Reiner, Dutch author 19/7/66 ?
Voysey, Charles, Rev. (1828–1912), controversialist 19/3/76 ?
Vulliamy, Benjamin Lewis (1780–1854), clock maker 1/4/43
Vyner,
Eleanor Margaret, Mrs. (–1913), née Shafto, confidante of G 30/1/83 ff, 11/2/83 ff, 24/6/83, 12/7/83, 28/6/84, 5/2/88, 17/2/89 ff, 19/7/90, 9/2/92
Mary, Lady (1809–1892), née Robinson 24/6/83
Robert C. de G. 30/1/83 n
Vyse,
George Howard, Col. 18/12/77
Richard Henry Richard Howard, Col. (1813–1872), tory M.P. 16/7/63
Vyvyan,
Edward R., liberal candidate 23/3/80
Richard Rawlinson, Sir (1800–1879), 8th Baronet (1820), tory M.P. 14/6/33
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