INDEX TO APPENDIX:
Addison, Joseph, joint letter with Steele, 563;
loan of £1,000 to Steele and Steele's attempt to repay, 564;
Chancery suit vs. Steele, et al., 564.
Bickerstaff, Isaac, 566.
Burnet, Dr. Thomas, 575.
Button's Coffee House, 571.
Camden, Carroll, 568.
Charity Schools, a project of SPCK in the charge of Secretary Newman, 568, 570;
selection of a school boy as Steele's servant, 568;
the subject of Spectator Nos. 294 and 380, data furnished by Newman, 570;
annual report, 570;
an annual convocation of Charity School children at St. Sepulchres, 572;
St. Martin's School, 568.
Charterhouse, the, 567;
Cowper, a governor, 567;
Steele's candidacy for the Mastership, 575–6.
Child, Sir Francis, 563–4.
Clayton, Mrs. Charlotte (Lady Sundon), 575.
Cooke, Arthur L., 564.
Cowie, Leonard W., 568.
Cowper, William, 1st Baron, later 1st Earl, Dedication of Tatler iii, 566;
becomes Steele's patron, 565–6;
makes Charterhouse recommendations at Steele's request, 566–70;
Steele's candidacy for Charterhouse Mastership, 575–6;
Steele's request for a relative, 576;
Peerage and South Sea Bills, 576.
Cust, Albinia Lucy, 563.
Davey, F. N., 568.
Derham, William, his Physico Theology, 571.
Edgecumbe, Richard, afterwards Baron Edgecumbe, 572–3.
Edisbury, Dr. John, Master of Chancery, 563.
Editor's Note on an unprinted Steele letter, 577.
Ehrlich, Richard A., 572.
Halifax, 1st Earl of (Charles Montagu), patron and friend of Steele, 566, 573;
involved in Charles King's political difficulties, 573–4;
King's public letter addressed to him, 572;
Steele's letter, 573.
Hansbury, Lieutenant Colonel, 577.
King, Charles, London merchant, Steele's ghost collaborator in the Dunkirk pamphlets, 572–4;
contributor to British Merchant, 572;
appointed to Scottish Customs in 1714, 574;
Steele's letter to King, 572;
his public letter to Lord Halifax, 573;
affirmation of his help to Steele, 573.
King, Lieutenant Edward, 574.
King, the Revd. John, 576.
McKillop, Alan Dugald, 568.
Marsh, Bower, 570.
Mellers, John, Master of Chancery, 563.
Montagu, see Wortley, Edward.
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley (née Pierrepont), Letters, 564–5;
meetings with Wortley at Steele's house, 565.
Newcastle, Duke of (John Holles), 567.
Newman, Henry, secretary of the SPCK, 567–8;
director of the Charity Schools, 568;
furnished data for two Spectator papers, 570;
did he furnish anti-Catholic propaganda for Steele's use? 571;
assists Steele in pg 580political campaign, 571;
interest in moral reform of the theatre, 577;
assists Whiston, 571.
Nottingham, 2nd Earl of (Daniel Finch, 'Dismal'), 577.
Nutt, John, printer and publisher, 566.
Ormonde, 1st Duke of (James Butler), 567.
Parker, Sir Thomas, Lord Chief Justice, 575.
Paston, George (E. M. Symonds), 565.
Rich, Christopher, theatre manager, 563.
Roberts, James, printer and publisher, 565–6.
Rogers, J. P. W., 577.
Salmond, Lady Monica, 565.
Scurlock, David, 576.
Sherburn, George, 572.
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, MSS., 567;
Steele, Richard, joint letter with Addison, 563;
Chancery suit against Rich, 563;
financial affairs with Addison, 563–4;
Addison's loan of £1,000 and Steele's attempt to repay, 564;
sale of estate in Barbados, 564;
Chancery suit, Addison vs. Steele, et al., 564;
Cowper becomes his patron, 565–6;
assistance to Whiston, 1713, 571;
patronage to Charles King, 572;
acknowledges Charles King as collaborator, 573–4;
candidacy for Mastership at Charterhouse, 575–6;
Works mentioned, London Gazette, 565;
Englishman, 1713, 572;
School of Action, 577;
Conscious Lovers, 577.
Steele, Mrs. Richard, her hospitality to Edward Wortley and Lady Mary Pierrepont, 565.
Stephens, John C., 567.
Sunderland, 3rd Earl of (Charles Spencer), 566.
Tryon, Rowland, 564.
Whiston, William, assisted by Steele and Newman in 1713, 571–2.
Williams, Sir Harold, 565.
Wortley, Edward (later Edward Wortley Montagu), courtship letters to Lady Mary Pierrepont, 564–5;
friendship with Steele, 565;
good opinion of Mrs. Steele, 565.
Wortley MSS., 564.
Yorke, Philip, 563.