Graham Storey (ed.), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 12: 1868–1870

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pg 779Index of names and places

Buildings, streets, districts, etc. are indexed under the town or city to which they belong, e.g. Hampstead under London. If a separate entry is desirable a cross-reference is given from the town to the separate entry, e.g. London: Highgate to Highgate.

Married women are generally indexed under their married names, with cross-references when useful.

Books and writings are indexed alphabetically under the name of the author. Writings of unknown authorship, and periodicals, are indexed under title. References to characters in Dickens's novels are listed as a subsection under the title of the novel within the entry Dickens, Charles: Works.

Abbreviations and symbols

The letter D stands for Dickens, CD for Charles Dickens. Works are abbreviated as follows: AYR for All the Year Round.

Those footnotes which contain substantial particulars about a person are distinguished by an asterisk, e.g. 123n*

The sign ~ is used to show that the reference which follows is linked with the preceding one.

The names of Dickens's correspondents are printed in capitals. The Preface is not indexed.

Addenda (pages 553–708): additional letters with footnotes are indexed in the usual way. Other substantive alterations appear with the relevant year in brackets and the page number for this volume followed by the letter A, e.g. (1845) 650A                                      D.M.

Absalon, John 146 & n
Acton, Harriet and Rose: Poems 607
Adam, Admiral Sir Charles 642 & n
Adams, Henry Gardiner 135n
Adams-Acton, John (earlier Adams) 316 & n
Addison, Joseph 59n
Adkins, N.F.: Fitz-Greene Halleck 7n
Adrian, Arthur A. 15n, 148n, 150n, 324n, 345n;
Georgina Hogarth and the Dickens Circle 159n;
Mark Lemon: First Editor of Punch 195n, 335n, 534n, 538n
AidÉ, Charles Hamilton 205n*;
In That State of Life 318–19 & nn, 434n;
"The Mystery of the Moated Schloss" 205n, 206, 269n
Ainsworth, William Harrison: (1837) 558;
(1839) 565 & n
Akers, Charles 58 & n
Albany, New York 70–1, 74n, 75, 77–8, 80, 83, 709, 712
Albany Evening Journal 74n, 80n
Albany Evening News 74n
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey 715
Aldrich, Mrs Thomas Bailey (Lilian Woodman) 715
Aldridge, William, plumber and builder 326n, 435
Alkseev, M.P. (1849) 617A
All the Year Round: serialises Collins's The Moonstone 8n;
Charley D contributes to 16 & n;
article on rattlesnake poison in 64;
publishes no Christmas numbers (1868 & 1869) 67n, 159, 161–2 & n, 212;
New Series (1868–) 76 & n, 144n, 159n, 206, 224n, 225 & n, 226 & n, 288;
Fitzgerald contributes to 112n;
CD manages in Wills's absence 130–1, 139, 143–4, 147, 159, 161–2, 164, 254, 373, 434;
Charley D works on 189 & n, 192, 212, 268, 285n;
CD denies relinquishing editorship 230n;
free copies distributed 262;
Charley D replaces Wills at and becomes sole proprietor 378n;
Charley D takes over (from CD) 461, 497, 733;
new Deed on Wills's retirement 497, 501, 509, 515 & n, 725–9,
Allan, (Sir) William 571 & n
Allen, Edward E. 56n
Allingham, William 651n
Allison, George 3 & n, 70, 92, 213
Altick, Richard 1n
Alvarez, W.H.: "A Book of Nature" 401;
"A Stumble over Steeples" 381, 401
Amateurs, Company of 736n
Amory, James S. 113 & n
Andersen, Hans Christian 682 & n
Annapolis 36
Annesley, George 111n
Ansted, David Thomas: "How Long will our Coal last?" 690n
pg 780Anstice, Paul Joseph 240n
Anthony, A.V.S. 301n
Anthony, William S. 715
Appleton, Daniel S. & Co., Messrs, New York publishers 84 & n
Appleton, Thomas Gold 141 & n, 143, 148
Argyll, George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of 140n
Armatage, Isaac, boot and shoe maker 200n
Armatage, Isaac, page boy 200 & n, 209, 439
Arnim, Gisela von (Mrs Hermann Grimm) 682 & n
Arnold, Thomas 468n
Arnold, Walter 266 & n, 537;
(1865) 703A
Arnould-Plessy, Mme (Jeanne Sylvanie Plessy) 518 & n
Art Journal 509n
Ashurst, William Henry, solicitor 542 & n
Aspinall, Clarke 308n
Athenaeum (journal) 1n, 159n, 195n, 495n;
(1854) 657
Atlantic Monthly 64 & n, 363 & n, 488n
Auber, Daniel François Esprit: (1856) music for Gustavus III 671A
Austin, Mr (unidentified) 400
Austin, Henry 155n;
(1851) 629n
Austin, Mrs Henry (Letitia Dickens), 155n, 314;
CD sends brandy to 196;
CD sends payments to 207, 322, 459n, 461, 524;
and CD's ill-health during reading tour 342;
applies to renew Civil List pension 459n;
CD's sons contribute to pension 524n
Austin, Henry (adopted son of above): death 155n
Aylmer, Felix: Dickens Incognito 161n;
The Drood Case 446n
Ayrton, William Scroope 140n
Baker, Charles John 346n
Baker, G.P.: Charles Dickens and Maria Beadnett 220n
Ballantine, James 237 & n, 241–2, 244, 259, 298–9,
Baltimore: CD's readings in 2–3, 10, 15–16, 24–9, 50, 709;
Penitentiary 26 & n, 27
Baltimore Sun 31n
Balzac, Honoré de 493n
Bancroft, (Sir) Squire 541n, 545n
Bancroft, Mrs Squire (later Lady; Maria Effie Wilton) 541n 543
Banim, John: The Sergeant's Wife 303
Banks, George Linnaeus 410n, 541 & n
Banks, Mrs George Linnaeus (Isabella Varley) 410n;
"In the Tropics" 410n;
"Love's Sunrise" 467n
Banks, Robert, commission agent 433n, 436
Banting, Messrs William & Sons, undertakers 103 & n
Banton & Mackrell, Navy Agents & merchants 183n, 349 & n, 361, 364 & n
Barclay, George 634n
Barham, Rev. Richard Harris 565n
Barker, Dr Benjamin Fordyce 84 & n, 96n, 104, 167, 238 & n
Barlow, Thomas Oldham 633n
Barnett, Humphrey 102n, 103
Barras, Charles M.: (1867) Black Crook (comic opera) 708A
Barrett, Lawrence 9, 31 & n
Barrow, Mr (?of Bolton) 673
Barrow, John Henry 672
Barrow, Mrs John Henry (Kitty Collins) (1856) 672A
Barry, Henry 272n, 273
Bartlett, R.S. 323
Barton, Bernard 736n
Barton, J. (?Gad's Hill contractor) 532 & n
Bath: CD reads at 283–4, 292, 711;
(1851) CD visits 636
Bath Chronicle 284n
Beal, Mrs James H. (Louisa Adams) 377
Beales, Derek: From Castlereagh to Gladstone 172n
Bear, John Pinney 529 & n, 531
Beard, Dr Francis Carr: treats CD 119n, 197, 209, 331, 336;
visits CD 138;
treats Georgina 210, 211n;
witnesses Caroline Graves's wedding 210, 211n;
and CD's foot ailment 293–4;
and CD's ill-health on reading tour 338–43 & nn, 350, 470;
and CD's death 734
Beard, Thomas 108n
Becker, [?Bernard Henry] 673n
Beecher, Rev. Henry Ward 5 & n, 20, 27
Behn-Eschenburg, Professor H. 497n
Belcher, George, CD's servant 186, 209
Belfast: CD's readings in 163, 241 & n, 267, 269, 274 & n, 275, 710
Belfast Morning News 274n
Belfast News-Letter 241n
Bell, Henry Glassford: Romances and Minor Poems 737n
Bell, Mrs Henry Glassford: The History of a Sandal Wood Box 737 & n
Bell, John & Co., Messrs 310n, 311
Bell, P.M.H.: Disestablishment in Ireland and Wales 182n
Bell, Robert 641n, 702 & n
Benham, Ebenezer 138n
Benham, Edward 138n, 166 & n
Bennett, George John, actor 571n
pg 781Bennett, John, clock and watchmaker 697n
Bentley, George 442n
Bentley, Richard 123n, 140n, 499n;
(1839) 566 & n
Bentley's Miscellany 564n, 565n, 566n, 607n, 610n,
Benzon, Ernst Leopold 52n, 512n
Benzon, Mrs Ernst Leopold (Elizabeth Lehmann) 512n
Berkeley, Frederick Augustus Berkeley, 5th Earl of 397n
Berkeley, Grantley 397n
Berkeley, Thomas Moreton FitzHarding Berkeley, 6th Earl of 397n
Berkeley, Sir William 397n
Berton, Charles Francis Montan 126n
Bessau, Oscar 36n
Bestwood (house), near Nottingham 284
Beverley, W.R. 260n
Bewsher, Rev. James 683 & n
Bicknell, Henry Sanford 197n, 315, 320, 333–4,
Bicknell, Mrs Henry Sanford (Christine Roberts; HSB's first wife) 197n
Bicknell, Mrs Henry Sanford (Lucinda Browne; HSB's second wife) 197n, 501
Bigelow, John 19n
Billington, John 102n
Billington, Mrs John (Adeline) 102 & n
Birdseye, George W. 151n, 181n
Birmingham: CD declines to stand as MP for 181–2, 194, 337;
Free Hospital for Sick Children 453 & n;
Shakespeare Memorial Library 497 & n;
CD's readings in 321, 324, 407–8, 711;
(1857) 681 & n
"Birmingham A Century Ago" (AYR review) 26n
Birmingham Daily News 411n
Birmingham Daily Post 411n, 419n
Birmingham Gazette 321n
Birmingham and Midland Institute: CD elected President 243 & n, 279, 337n, 407;
CD's presidential speech to 394 & n, 411 & n;
CD's second speech to as chairman 418 & n, 422n, 435, 484;
CD presents prizes at 453n, 459n, 462, 466;
CD declines invitation to dine with Council 459
Birrell, Augustine: F. Locker Lampson. A Character Sketch 468n
Birt, Dr 242
Birtles, James 125n, 126, 225, 236, 397
Bishop, Sir Henry 260n, 397 & n
Blaauw, William Henry: The Baron's War 408n
Black, Charles Christopher 300n;
(1850) 626n
Black, John 539 & n
Blackburn: CD's readings at 336 & n, 711
Blackburn Standard 336n
Blackpool 339
Blackwood, John 237 & n, 241–2,
Blagden, Isabella 325n
Blaine, Delabere Robertson 477n
Blair, Major-General Francis Preston 39 & n, 48
Blanchard, E.L.L. 18n
Blanchard, Sydney Laman: "Out with the Militia" 159 & n
Blanchard, William, wine merchant 482n
Blayney, Cadwallader Davis Blayney, 12th Baron 167 & n
Blessington, Marguerite, Countess of 600n, 607n
Blewitt, Octavian (1856) 672A
Bolton, Lancashire: CD's reading at 338n, 711
Bolton Chronicle 338n
Book of Common Prayer 500n
Boone, H.H. 80n
Booth, Edwin Thomas: declines Lytton's play 12 & n, 46;
service to CD 301 & n, 330;
Fechter and 370, 390–1,
Booth, John Wilkes 38n
Boston, Mass.: CD's readings in 2–3, 5–6, 16–17, 23, 27, 60, 62, 73, 81n, 85–6, 92, 96 & n, 106n, 709, 710, 712;
CD visits 9;
Dolby-Osgood walking match in 27, 29–303, 33n, 35–6, 52, 54, 61, 74–5;
~ agreement 714–15;
CD given dinner by Press 95 & n, 106n;
Isabella Glyn performs in 104n;
CD likens to Edinburgh 248;
Fechter performs in 465n;
Boston Theatre 465n;
Cambridge Printing Office 66n;
Globe Theatre 535n;
Medical School 9, 12;
Museum Theatre 8;
Niblo's Theatre 81;
Perkins Institution for the Blind 56 & n, 113n;
Tremont Temple 60n, 709, 710;
Union Clubhouse 69
Boston Advertiser 113n
Boston Journal 87n
Boston Post 60n, 92n
Boucicault, Dionysius Lardner (Dion) 57 & n;
The Colleen Bawn 102n
Boulogne 683
Boult, (?Mr & Mrs Joseph) 366
Bourgois, F., wine merchant 180 & n
Bowring, Sir John 520n
Boyle, Captain Cavendish Spencer: death 225 & n, 270n
Boyle, Mrs Cavendish Spencer (Rose Alexander) 281 & n
Boyle, Mary Louise 105 & n, 270, 282;
Mary Boyle, her Book (ed. Sir Courtenay Boyle) 225 & n
pg 782Brackenbury & Wynne's School, Wimbledon 40n, 47, 115n
Brackenbury, Rev. John Matthew 40n, 47, 115n
Bradbury & Evans, Messrs: publish Brooks's The Gordian Knot 123n;
publish Once a Week 486n;
and CD's copyright agreements with Chapman 722;
(1846) dispute payment for Danson's pamphlet 603 & n;
(1847) CD requests postal delivery of Daily News from 607;
(1853) payment for Oliver Twist 651;
(1855) and printing of Little Dorrit 666
Bradford: CD reads at 334, 711
Brady, Matthew, US photographer (1867) 708A
Braham, John 555, 556n
Braham, Mrs John (Fanny Bolton) 555, 556n
Brake, Stephen 286n
Brake, Mrs Stephen (Mary) 286 & n
Bredsdorff, Elias: Hans Christian Andersen 682n
Bright, John 181n, 337 & n, 342n, 430n
Brighton: CD reads in 199, 204, 205n, 710;
(1848) CD visits 615
Brighton Gazette 204–5 n
Bristol 636–7,
Britannia, S.S. 641n
British Medical Journal 234n
British Museum 270 & n, 302;
Library 189 & n
Britton, John 617n
Britton, John James 220n;
Carrella 220n
Broadwater, Robert 287n
Brockedon, William 587n
Brontë, Charlotte 661–2;
Jane Eyre 662n
Brontë, Rev. Patrick 662 & n
Brooke, Captain Charles Clements 405n
Brooke, Sir James, Rajah of Sarawak 137n
Brooklyn, New York: CD's readings in 2–3, 5, 10, 14, 16, 20n, 22, 27, 709;
Plymouth Church 20n, 22, 27, 709
Brooks, (Charles William) Shirley 122n, 538n;
The Gordian Knot 123 & n
Brougham & Vaux, Henry Peter, Baron 604n, 610 & n
Brougham, John 117n
Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse, 1st Baron 488 & n
Brown, Anne see Cornelius, Anne
Brown, Lieut. John Hoskins, RN 635 & n
Brown, Dr William (1849) 619A
Brown, Mrs William (Hannah Meredith) 103 & n;
(1851) 629n;
(1855) 667n
Browne, Hablot Knight ('Phiz') 567n
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett in
Browning, Robert: friendship with Kate Field 1n;
published by Ticknor 81n;
criticises Houghton's speech at Liverpool banquet 325n;
on Hunt memorial committee 386n, 387n;
and CD's ending relations with Home 427n;
Dearest Isa: RB's Letters to Isabella Blagden (ed. Edward C. McAleer) 325n;
Paracelsus 558 & n
Brunt, George, head gardener at Gad's Hill 454 & n
Bryant, William Cullen 19–20,n, 51n, 95n
Buchanan, James, President of USA 111n
Bucke, Rev. B.W. 220n
Buckland, Francis Trevelyan 438 & n;
(1853) 651n
Buckland, Dr William, Dean of Westminster 651n
Buckland, Mrs William (Mary Morland) 651n
Buckle, Henry Thomas: History of Civilization in England 466 & n
Buckstone, John Baldwin 136n, 448n, 526n
Buffalo, New York: CD reads in 16, 63–4, 72, 74, 709, 712
Buffalo Express 74n
Burke, John: Peerage and Baronetage 241n
Burke Sir John Bernard 241 & n
Burnand, (Sir) Francis Cowley: The White Fawn 81 & n
Burnett, Edward 51n
Burrell, Joseph 515n
Burton, William (1866) 705A
Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire 354n
Butler, General Benjamin Franklin 25 & n
Butler, George, groom 304, 427, 436
Butler, Pierce 23n
Byng, Herbert 508n
Byng, Hon. James 508n
Byron, Annabella (née Milbanke) 418n, 488
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Baron 418 & n, 424n, 426, 431, 456n, 488 & n
Byron, H.J. 260n;
Ali Barber, or the Thirty-Nine Thieves 283n
Caddell, W. Waithman: "Charles Dickens" 461
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro 514 & n
Calliphronas, Rev. D.P. 175n
Cambridge: Henry D attends Trinity Hall 171, 177–8, 193, 201, 212, 291, 366–7, 373, 378, 424, 457;
CD reads at 304 & n, 306, 711;
Henry D speaks at Union 480 & n, 502
Cambridge Independent Press 304n
Cameron, Julia Margaret 360n
Canterbury 346, 363
Cape, G.A. 138n
pg 783Capper, John 662n
Cardale, [Edward] 663n
Cardale, John Bate 663 & n
Cardwell, Margaret: edits Edwin Drood 417n, 446n, 466n, 539n
Carey, Miss E.S. 185 & n
Carlin, Thomas, cigar merchant 500
Carlton, W.J. 370;
"Postscripts to Forster" 521n, 533n
Carlyle, Thomas 386n, 403, 485n;
(1843) and publishing piracy 585 & n;
The French Revolution 291 & n;
Past and Present 585
Carlyle, Mrs Thomas (Jane Welsh): (1849) Letters to her Family, 1839–1863, (ed. L. Huxley) 616A
Carmichael-Smyth, Colonel Charles Montaubon 623n
Carmichael-Smyth, Mrs Henry (Anne Becher; earlier Mrs Richmond Thackeray; W.M. Thackeray's mother) 623n
Carpenter, Francis Bicknell: Inner Life of Abraham Lincoln 46n, 52 & n
Carpenter, Rev. Jabez Grey 156n
Carpenter, Miss (daughter of Rev. Jabez Grey Carpenter) 155, 156n
Carpenter, Rev. Lant 672n;
Memoirs (ed. R.L. Carpenter) 588n
Carpenter, Mrs Lant (Anna Penn) 588n, 672n
Carpenter, Mary 588n
Carpenter, Russell Lant 588n
Carpenter, William 595n
Carter, Charles R. 595n
Cartwright, Alexander 204n
Cartwright, S. Hamilton 204 & n
Cartwright, Samuel, Jr 24n, 145, 151n, 206, 244
Cattermole, Ernest 109n, 315
Cattermole, George: illness and death 109 & n, 132, 158n, 159, 315;
memorial fund 144–5, 157, 165 & n, 197 & n, 221, 277, 314, 320, 332–5, 716;
Times obituary of 165;
catalogue of pictures for sale 305;
(1845) CD invites to perform with Amateurs 592–4, 598–9;
CD's reconciliation with 592;
CD invites to dine 596
Cattermole, Mrs George (Clarissa Hester Elderton) 109n;
CD assists with appeal and memorial 132, 137, 158, 197–8, 221, 266, 271, 314, 330, 332, 334–5;
Frith helps 221, 277, 314, 320, 334;
sends catalogue of husband's pictures for sale to CD 305;
enquires about Charterhouse school 330, 354;
(1845) invited to Amateur play 594
Cattermole, Miss (George's daughter) 158n
Celeste, Madame (Celeste Elliott) 44 & n, 312
Cerjat, William Woodley Frederick de 174n
Cerjat, Mrs William Woodley Frederick de (Maria Holmes) 176 & n
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel: Don Quixote 167n
Chadwick, Edwin 371
Chamberlain, John Henry 279n
Chambers, Robert 468n, 470
Chambers, Mrs Robert (Mary Anne Frith; Robert's second wife) 468
Chambers, W.H. 466n
Chambers, William 629 & n
Chambers's Journal 417
Chapman & Hall, publishers 84n;
Ward, Lock purchase stereotype plates of Household Words from 184n, 189;
publish Townshend's Religious Opinions 229n, 379n, 416, 451n;
send presentation sets of CD's works 367 & n;
copyright agreements with CD 383 & n, 393, 398n;
payment for Edwin Drood 449n;
and Kent's proposal for new journal 474;
CD recommends Mrs Ross Church to 499;
(1839) commission Maclise portrait of CD 567A;
letter to Fields, Osgood on Edwin Drood 719;
texts of copyright agreements with CD and H.M.Trollope 720–4,;
(1839) proposal agreement with CD 561;
publish Barnaby Rudge 566n;
and publication of Nicholas Nickleby 567;
(1853) payment for Oliver Twist 651n;
publish Cheap Edition of CD's works 651n
Chapman, Edward: copyright agreement with CD and H.M. Trollope 722;
(1853) payment to CD 650
Chapman, Frederic 84n, 189, 238;
estimates cost of printing Townshend's Religious Opinions 272;
CD invites to dine with Fieldses 359–60,;
takes H.M. Trollope as partner 383 & n;
and CD's Edwin Drood 398 & n, 432, 446, 449, 451n, 492, 719, 720–4,;
limits payment for Fanny Trollope's "Veronica" 461;
and Fildes's illustrations to Edwin Drood 467, 470, 490;
CD recommends Mrs Ross Church to 499, 501;
CD pays balance of Townshend publication to 545;
copyright agreements with CD and H.M. Trollope 720–4,
Chapman, Thomas 584n
Chappell & Co., music publishers: and CD's US reading tour 67 & n, 76, 82–3, 101, 132n;
and CD's farewell readings 179, 195, 203, 208, 221, 223, 242, 244, 251, 258, 281–2, 304, 317;
and CD's cancellapg 784tion of readings for health reasons 343, 347–8,
Chappell, Samuel Arthur 190 & n, 293–4, 306, 329, 348
Chappell, Thomas Patey 293, 343n, 347n, 349
Chappell, Mrs Thomas Patey 348
Chappuis, Emile 435 & n
Chatham News 101n
Chatto & Windus, publishers 478n
Chatto, [William Andrew] 579n
Cheltenham: CD reads at 224, 258, 279–80, 711
Cheltenham Chronicle 279n
Cheney, Arthur 535 & n
Chester: CD reads at 338 & n, 340
Chester Chronicle 338n, 340n
Chester Guardian 338n
Chesterton, George Laval 619n, 648 & n
Chicago: Dolby visits 6, 9–10, 62;
CD fails to read in 16, 17n, 22 & n, 23, 62, 70
Chicago Tribune 62n
Chigi, Cardinal 458n
Chigi, Frances, Marquesa di (Mrs G. Elliott's daughter) 389 & n, 394–6, 399
Chigi, Marquese di 458n
Childs, George William 1n;
CD meets on US tour 12, 22n, 28;
sends flowers to CD on return voyage 99n;
visit to England 214, 238–9,;
(1847) Trübner acts for 606n;
Recollections 214n
Childs, Mrs George William (Emma Bouvier Peterson) 26n, 214, 219, 238, 239n, 329
Chilton, Miss: "A Hidden Witness" 236 & n
China, S.S. 204
Chitty, (Sir) Joseph William 177n, 202
Chitty, Thomas 178n, 209n
Chorley, Henry Fothergill: fondness for Mary D 4 & n, 32, 105n, 303, 449 & n, 543n;
writes to CD 12;
subscribes to Gad's Hill Cricket Club 47n;
CD shocked at news of 106;
visits Gad's Hill 135n, 248;
illness in Paris 254;
Mary Brake attends 286 & n;
as guest at CD's Liverpool banquet 309, 325;
close friendship with CD 543n;
offers to send picture to CD 543 & n, 545;
(1865) takes opium 703;
Autobiography, Memoir, and Letters (compiled by H.G. Hewlett) 286n, 543n
Chorley, John Rutter 106n
Christian, Edward 548n
Christian, Mrs Edward (Eleanor Emma Picken) 548n;
"Recollections of CD" 548 & n
Chubb & Son, lockmakers 334 & n
Chung Mow (1866) 705A
Church, Sir Arthur: Precious Stones … With a Catalogue of the Townshend Collection of Gems in the South Kensington Museum 268n
Church, Mrs Ross (Florence Marryat) 363n, 499, 501,
Petronel 499n;
Véronique: A Romance 397n, 406 & n
Chute, James Henry 637n
Chute, Mrs James Henry (Mazarina M'Cready) 637n
Cincinnati 16, 22 & n
Cirencester: Royal Agricultural College (Plorn attends) 4n, 54n, 114n
Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of 430n, 531n
Clark, Lewis Gaylord 53n
Clarke, Arthur George, nurseryman 472 & n
Clarke, Mrs Charles Cowden (Mary Victoria Novello) 161 & n;
The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare 318;
(1841) 579n
Clarke, Charles, nurseryman and seedsman 263 & n, 278
Clarke, Sir James (1851) 531A
Clarke, John 316 & n
Clarke, Sarah Jane see Lippincott, Mrs Leander K.
Clarke, William M.: The Secret Life of Wilkie Collins 52n, 211n
Cleveland, Ohio 16, 45
Clifford, Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. Henry Hugh, VC 240n
Clifford, Mrs Henry Hugh: "The Abbot's Pool" 153 & n, 211 & n, 240 & n, 249;
"The Brown Paper Parcel" 240 & n
Clifton: CD reads at 259, 279, 283, 711
Clifton Chronicle 279n
Clow, Joseph Charles 63n, 211n
Clowes, George 442n, 448, 454
Clowes, William & Sons, printers 184n, 403n, 442n
Cockburn & Co., wine & spirit merchants 263n
Coe, Thomas 636 & n
Cohen, Jane R.: CD and his Original Illustrators 490n
Colburn, Henry, publisher 575n
Cole, Charles Augustus 611n;
(1854) 736 & n
Coleman, John: Charles Reade as I Knew Him 537n
Colenso, Rt Rev. John William, Bishop of Natal 468n
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 237n;
The Ancient Manner 120n
Collins, Charles Allston: CD sends greetings to from USA 12 & n;
ill-health 110, 130, 134, 149–50, 153–4, 159n, 162, 174, 212;
death 149n;
suggests theme for AYR
pg 785Christmas number 162;
dines with CD 190n;
draws cover for Edwin Drood 413, 432, 446 & n, 454, 466;
at Gad's Hill 457;
at CD's 58th birthday dinner 474n;
"Our Eye-Witness at School" 331n
Collins, Mrs Charles Allston (Katie Dickens) see Dickens, Catherine Macready
Collins, Mrs William (Harriet Geddes; Wilkie's mother) 8 & n, 63 & n
Collins, Philip (ed.): CD: The Public Readings 190n, 224n 278n;
D: Interviews and Recollections 165n
Collins, William Wilkie: 7n;
production of No Thoroughfare 15n, 31, 57, 120;
refuses to marry Caroline Graves 63 & n;
rheumatism in eyes 63 & n, 64, 110;
described as CD's son-in-law 126n;
on Desrieux 126n;
and brother Charles's illness 153;
dines with CD 190n;
affair with Martha Rudd 211n;
and Caroline Graves's marriage 211 & n;
gout 212;
and CD's farewell readings 234–5,;
on Fitzgerald's "Fatal Zero" 241;
celebrates CD's birthday 291;
Olliffe gives medical advice to in Paris 313n;
malingering at Gad's Hill 325n;
copyright agreement on HW and AYR articles 471 & n, 472;
takes laudanum 471n;
and Frank Beard 538;
(1852) sends book to CD 638 & n;
(1856) travels in Italy with CD 653n;
(1865) resigns from Garrick 702, 703n;
Black and White (play; with Fechter) 235n, 289 & n, 321 & n, 329, 391n;
The Frozen Deep 479, 489n, 673A, 678n, 682;
The Haunted Hotel 52n;
The Letters (ed. William Baker and William M. Clarke) 52n;
The Moonstone 8n, 63, 144n, 59 & n;
No Thoroughfare 6n, 7 & n, 15 & n, 17, 31, 49, 57n, 102, 108, 110, 120, 127n, 168n, 236n;
~ French version (l'Abîme) 120n, 124–6, 130–1, 134;
"Sister Rose" 673n;
The Woman in White 442n
Colman, George, the elder 203 & n
Common Sense (US magazine) 101n
Connecticut Courant 77, 87n
Constable, Rev. John 114n
Constitutionnel (newspaper) 125n
Cook, Captain (of Russia ) 328
Cooke, J.B. 513n
Cooper, T.P.: "Dickens and his 'Heraldic Crest'" 326n
Coote, Charles 650 & n
Copeland & Son, Messrs 40n, 326n
Corbyn's, Bond Street, chemists 287
Cork Examiner 307n
Cork Leg, The (comic song) (1866) 705A
Cornelius, Anne (née Brown) 21–2 & n, 730
Cornell, Ezra 78n
Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy: annual dinner (1869) 346n
Costa, (Sir) Michael Andrew 106 & n, 132n
Costello, Dudley 593n
Cottam & Co., conservatory & greenhouse builders 464n 508 & n
Cottenham, Charles Christopher Pepys, 1st Earl of 576n
Courvoisier, François Benjamin 177 & n
Coutts & Co., bankers: CD payments to 14;
(1837) 559n, 560n,
(1846) 601n, 604n,
(1853) 651;
holds Douglas Jerrold memorial fund account 147;
CD transfers money at 186–7,;
holds Cattermole Fund account 221, 333, 716;
CD's securities at 344n;
Dolby's account at 408;
CD orders cheque book from 509
Coutts, Angela Georgina Burdett, later Baroness Burdett-Coutts: on Townshend's funeral 87n;
legacy from Townshend 88 & n, 103, 128n;
as trustee of Sir James Brooke 137n;
Home for Homeless Women 165n;
as co-executor of Townshend's estate 174n, 175n, 229;
(1852–4) and management of Home 645, 654, 655;
(1855) and Mrs Brown 667;
(1858) sends money for Defoe family 682
Cox & Sons, printers 576n
Cox, Rev. Dr John Edmund 482n
Cox, William, hotel proprietor 664n
Crake, Very Rev. Edward Neville, Dean of Battle 465 & n
Cridge, Maria 619
Crook, Joseph 674n
Cross, Constance 511n;
No Guiding Star 519n
Cruikshank, George 144 & n, 381n
Cuba, S.S. 11, 54, 56, 91, 328, 713
Cullenford, William 604n, (1859) 688n
Cumming, Dr John Stewart 261 & n
Cunningham, Peter 140 & n, 146n;
death 376n;
A Handbook of London 265 & n
Cunningham, Mrs Peter (Zenobia Martin) 147 & n, 376 & n
Cunninghame, Margaret 653n
Curry, George: CD and Annie Fields 55n, 60, 69n, 78n, 90, 96n, 99n, 100n, 101n, 151n, 234n, 238n, 247n, 248n, 340n, 350n, 354n, 359n, 360n, 363n, 367n, 377, 414, 421n
Curtis, George William 81 & n, 95n
Curtois, Mary 175n
pg 786Cushman, Charlotte Saunders 213 & n
Cutler, Robert: No Time for Rest 97n
Cutler, Mrs Robert see Wilson, Miss Mary
Dacres, Admiral Sir Sydney Colpoys 4 & n
Daily Courant (Hartford, Conn.) 87n
Daily Courier (Liverpool) 325n
Daily Mercury 85n
daily NEWS 267n, 411, 417n, 466n;
(1845) 597, 598n, (1846) 600, 603n
Daily Telegraph 537n
Dallas, Eneas Sweetland 104n, (1865) 702
Dallas, Mrs Eneas Sweetland (Isabella Glyn) 104n, 387, 517n, 518, 520
Dalziel Brother, Messrs 490 & n
Dana, H.W.L.: "Longfellow and Dickens" 142n
Dana, Richard Henry 60n
Dana, Sallie and Charlotte (RHD's daughters) 60n
Danby, Francis 73 & n, 477n
Danby, James Francis 477n
Danby, Thomas 477n
Daniel, Samuel: A Defence of Rhyme 518n
Daniell, Dr John Bampfylde 672 & n
Daniells, Joseph, Gad's Hill gardener 454n
Danson, Henry 260n
Dan son, John Towne 598n, 600, 603
Dante Alighieri 265n
Darlington, John 660n
Darnley, John Stuart Bligh, 6th Earl of 47n
Davenport, E.L. 31n
Davies, Hazel (née Dickens) 504n
Davies, Henry D. 123n
Davin, D.M. 490n
Dawson James: Facts and Fancies from the Farm 223n
Dawson, William 211n
"Day with Charles Dickens, A" (anon.) 365
Day, Thomas: The History of Sandford and Merton 259n
Day, William 403n
Dean, Jeremiah 63n
DeBruyn, John R.: "CD Meets the Queen: A New Look" 486n, 489n
De Bunsen, Ernest 682n
Defoe family 656, 682
De Gex, Edward 564n
De Gex, John Peter 564n
Delamere, Ellen J. (Mrs E.S. Dixon): Wholesome Fare (with E.S. Dixon) 288n
Delane, John Thadeus 149 & n, 286, 295, 378, 440, (1853) 652–3,
Delane, Mrs Mary Ann (née White; JTD's mother): death 295 & n
De la Rue, Emile 443 & n
De la Rue, Madame Emile (Augusta Granet) 443 & n
De Morgan, Augustus 362n
Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, 14th Earl of: death 431 & n
Derosne, Charles Bernard: translates Edwin Drood 719n
Desrieux, Maurice 126n
Detroit, Michigan 16–17,
Devey, F.W. 260
Devlin, James Dacres 626 & n
Devonshire, William George Spencer Cavendish, 6th Duke of 650 & n
Dibdin, Charles, Jr 18n
"Dick Steele" (AYR article) 225 & n
Dickens, Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson (CD's son): in Australia 71 & n, 110–11, 172, 341, 355n, 431–2, 529, (1865) 737n;
letter to CD 200;
told of Wills's hunting accident 321n;
CD gives financial help to 431n;
CD writes to 432, 734;
recommends Bear to CD 531;
letter to Rusden after CD's death 734–5,;
(1865) CD discusses allowance 737
Dickens, Alfred Lamert (CD's brother) 586 & n, 621, (1856) 672A
Dickens, Mrs Alfred Lamert (Helen Dobson) 88
Dickens, Augustus Newnham (CD's youngest brother) 62–3, & n
Dickens, 'Mrs' Augustus Newnham (Bertha Phillips; Augustus's partner): death 22n, 62–3, & n, 274 & n, 280n
Dickens, Mrs Augustus Newnham (Harriet Lovell; Augustus's legal wife) 274 & n, 314 & n, 322, 461
Dickens, Bertram, Adrian Charles and Amy Bertha (Augustus/Bertha's children) 62–3, & n
Dickens, Catherine Macready, later Mrs Charles Collins, then Mrs C.E. Perugini (CD's daughter; Kate; Katy): CD sends greetings to 12;
CD writes to from USA 71;
and Charles Collins's illness 150, 248;
and meeting with Mrs Childs 214, 219;
at CD's 58th birthday dinner 474n;
and Gad's Hill conservatory 509n;
on CD's regard for Maclise (1839) 567A;
(1866) ill health 706;
and CD's death 734;
(1837) and CD's payment to Pickthorn 560n;
"Charles Dickens, As a lover of Arts and Artists" 567A;
"'Edwin Drood' and the Last Days of CD" 546
Dickens, Cedric: Drinking with Dickens 601n
Dickens, Charles Culliford Boz (CD's eldest son; Charley): and CD's absence in USA 15;
bankruptcy after paper company collapses 137n, 138–40, 149, 166 & n, 170, pg 787185, 212, 239, 378;
marriage 139n;
joins AYR staff 189 & n, 192, 212, 268, 378 & n, 412;
attends to uncle Frederick D's funeral 206–7;
opposes CD's reading of Sikes and Nancy 224n;
visits Gad's Hill at Christmas 248;
earnings at AYR 285;
applies for British Museum Library ticket 302 & n;
as guest at CD's Liverpool banquet 309, 329;
CD appoints as trustee of estate 344;
CD replies to Fitzgerald's letter to 348;
requests E.G. Lewis to stop writing to CD 351n;
and Fields's visit to Leman Street police station 359n;
succeeds Wills as Hon. Sec. of Guild of Literature and Art 371 & n;
replaces Wills and becomes sole proprietor of AYR 378n, 380;
and Frances Trollope's "Veronica" 380;
CD warns against Mr Austin 400;
membership of London Rowing Club 403n;
takes over AYR 461, 497, 509, 515n, 725–9,;
and Hotten's unauthorised publication of CD's Speeches 478 & n;
on CD's farewell reading 500n;
contributes to pension for Letitia Austin 524n;
attends Mark Lemon's funeral 538;
in CD's will 730, 733;
(1838) christening 562 & n;
"The Great Dunkery Discovery" 16n, 377n;
"Reminiscences of My Father" 224n, 500n
Dickens, Mrs Charles Culliford Boz (Elizabeth Matilda Moule Evans; Betsy; Bessie) 139n, 248
Dickens, Charles John Huffam:
Addresses from which letters written:
Albany, New York 77–8,;
Baltimore 23, 24, 29, 43–9,;
Bath 283–4,;
Belfast 274–5,;
Birmingham 303–4, 322;
Blackburn 336–8,;
Blackpool 338–9,;
Bolton 339;
Boston, Mass. 5, 56, 58–61, 64, 66, 85–8, 90–5,;
Boulogne (1853) 652;
Brighton (1847) 606;
Bristol 278;
Broadstairs (1847) 607–9, (1850) 626, (1851) 634;
Buffalo, New York 71–2, 74;
Chalk, Kent (1837) 555;
Cheltenham 279–81,;
Chester 336;
Doncaster (Angel Hotel) (1857) 679;
Dover (1852) 643–4,;
Dublin 272–3,;
Edinburgh 232–45, 250–1, 297–9,;
Folkestone (1853) 651;
Glasgow 236–7, 246–7, 250, 296, (1848) 614;
Great Malvern (1851) 637;
Hull 308–10,;
Leeds 333–5,;
Maidstone (1847) 609;
Manchester 198, 304–8, 313–16,;
New Brighton 204;
Newhaven, Conn. 84;
Newport, Monmouthshire 278;
New York 1, 3, 6–7, 9, 15, 17–21, 52–4, 95–8, (1842) 582;
Nottingham 287;
Paris 124, (1855) 667, (1856) 671;
Petersham (1839) 566;
Philadelphia 11, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30–3, 49, 51–2,;
Pittsburgh (1842) 582;
Portland, Maine 84, 86;
Preston 341–2,;
Providence, Rhode Island 55;
Rochester, Kent 165;
Rochester, New York 73–4, 76;
Ross, Herefordshire 281–2,;
Russia (ship) 98, 100–1,;
Sheffield 322;
Springfield, Mass. 79, 82;
Syracuse, New York 67–9,;
Torquay 283;
Washington, DC 334, 36–7, 40–3, 56, (1842) 581
London 186, 372, 524, (1839) 568;
The Athenaeum 122–3, 264, 351, 354, 362, 407, 432, 475, 482, 484, 504, 507, 523, 529–30, (1848) 611;
Beaumont Street, Portland Place 717;
Daily News Office (1845) 598–9,;
Devonshire Terrace (1840) 571, 573, (1841) 574–9, (1842) 583–4, (1843) 585–6, (1844) 587–90, (1845) 592–6, 598, (1846) 599, 601–4, (1847) 609, (1848) 610–14, (1849) 616–19, (1850) 621–5, 627–9, (1851) 630–1, 633;
Doughty Street (1837) 556–60, (1838) 561–2, 564, (1839) 565, 567;
Fleet Street (1848) 597;
Gallery of Illustrations (1857) 678;
Garrick Club (1857) 677;
Gloucester Place, Hyde Park Gardens (1864) 700;
Great Western Hotel 293–4,;
Household Words Office (1850) 622–3, (1851) 636, (1852) 638, 643, pg 788(1855) 665;
Peckham 161;
St James's Hotel 355;
Tavistock House (1851) 636–7, (1852) 638, 640–2, 644–5, (1853) 648–50, 653, (1854) 654–60, (1855) 661–5, (1856) 671, 673, (1857) 674–5, 677, 680, (1858) 682–5, (1860) 690;
Wellington Street, Strand 117, 271, 312–13, 387, 404;
Whitefriars (1846) 600
Works:
"Aboard Ship" 162n, 248n
American Notes 20n, 39n;
appendix 95n, 116n;
(1842) published 583
"The Amusements of the People" 390n
Barnaby Rudge: (1839) writing and publication 566 & n;
(1851) Topham's watercolours from 636
- Character: Mr Dennis 208n
Bleak House 91
- Character: Lawrence Boythorn 362n
Book of Memoranda (ed. Fred Kaplan) 377n, 389n
Boots at the Holly Tree Inn (reading), in USA 5, 9, 14, 20n, 21n, 48, 60n, 712,
~ on farewell tour 235n, 267n, 273n, 274n, 279n, 284n, 287n, 304n, 305n, 308n, 311n, 317, 321n, 324n, 334n
The Boy at Mugby Junction (reading) 179 & n
A Child's History of England 622;
(1857) 674
The Chimes (reading) 190 & n, 193, 277, 282
A Christmas Carol: reading, in USA 17, 19, 20n, 29n, 34n, 35, 38, 55n, 60n, 62–3, 68n, 74n, 79n, 80, 83, 85n, 86n, 96n, 712;
~ on farewell tour 209n, 235n, 241 & n, 242n, 273n, 278n, 284n, 294n, 314n, 317, 324n, 336n, 490n, 493n;
(1855) 667;
braille edition 136n;
(1844) published 587
The Cricket on the Hearth 31n;
braille edition 136n;
(1845) dramatization 597
David Copperfield: reading extract, in USA 5, 17, 20n, 29n, 40, 57, 73, 92, 712;
~ on farewell tour 196, 198n, 201, 205, 208n, 209n, 235n, 250, 273n, 274n, 279n, 283n, 464n, 470n, 482n;
braille edition 136n;
dramatized by Halliday (as Little Em'ly) 265 & n;
presentation copies bound 273, 489, 498;
Luke Fildes's drawings of 452, 467 & n;
(1849) writing 619n;
(1857) German reprint 676
- Characters: David Copperfield 266n;
Rosa Dartle 266;
Dora 281n;
Emily 266;
Ham 266n;
Uriah Heep 266n;
Martha 266;
Peggoty 266;
Steerforth 266n
"A Debt of Honour" 95n, 116n
Diary 11 & n
Doctor Mangold (reading): in USA 4, 15, 20, 29n, 30–2, 55n, 57, 74n, 80n, 87n, 92n, 96n, 712;
~ on farewell tour 197n, 198n, 200, 204n, 235n, 237n, 283n, 287n, 303, 315, 324n, 338n
Dombey and Son: reading (in USA) 93, 712;
James Hamilton painting of scene in 121n;
(1848) Tauchnitz republishes 614
- Character: Captain Cuttle 614
"Five New Points of Commercial Law" 211n
Great Expectations: MS left to Wisbech Museum 88n;
braille edition 136n
- Character. Wemmick 18n, 329
Hard Times
- Characters:. Slackbridge 173n;
Sleary 502
The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain 606n
"A Holiday Romance" (four children's stories) 707n
Is She His Wife? 556n
"The Lamplighter's Story" 576n
"Lectures for Ladies" 139n
The Life of Our Lord Written Expressly for his Children 202n, 428 & n, 548
Little Dombey (reading) 209n, 321
Little Dorrit: stage version 537n;
(1855) publication 666n;
J.F. Stephens criticizes 679n
- Character. Miss Wade 677
"The Lost Arctic Voyagers" 676n
Martin Chuzzlewit 20n, 239n;
appendix 95n, 116n;
dramatized 317n
- Character. Sarah Gamp 171, 317n, 400
Master Humphrey's Clock 566n
"Mr Barlow" 259n
Mr Bob Sawyer's Party: readings, in USA 17n, 20n, 29n, 55n, 73, 74n, 80n, 87n, 92, 712;
~ on farewell tour 201, 209n, 235n, 246n, 250, 273n, 274n, 279n, 284n, 287n, 294n, 296n, 321n, 334n, 336n;
performed in New York 31n
Mr Chops the Dwarf (reading) 209n
Mrs Gamp (reading): in USA 92n, 96n, 712;
~ on farewell tour 208n, 209n, 235n, 267n, 273n, 274n, 279n, 284n, 296n, 304n, 305n, 308n, 311n, 321n, 324n;
prompt copy 108
The Mystery of Edwin Drood: genesis of 377 & n;
payment for 398 & n, 533;
Charles Collins's pg 789cover illustration for 413 & n, 432, 446 & n, 454, 466;
writing 416, 422, 434, 456, 465;
CD reads to Fields at Gad's Hill 421n;
agreement with Chapman for 432 & n, 449n, 450, 720–4,;
publication and printing 432 & n, 445n, 447–8, 450–1, 454, 481 & n, 484n, 539n;
US publication by Fields, Osgood & Co. 432n, 439, 484n, 494–5, 525 & n, 533, 719;
German translation 441n, 492, 502, 516–17,;
Fildes's illustrations for 449, 452, 464, 466 & n, 467 & n, 470, 490 & n, 514;
issued in green 456 & n;
Tauchnitz edition 492, 498;
correspondence with Harper & Brothers over US publication 494–5,;
success 510 & n;
opium smoking in 520 & n;
French translation and publication 719 & n
- Characters:. Rosa Bud 514n;
Crisparkle 514, 547;
Grewgious 514n;
Jasper 514n;
Princess Puffer 520n;
Lieut. Tartar 514n
"New Uncommercial Samples" 76n, 162n, 225n, 226, 230, 239, 248, 259, 284, 288, 293, 351
Nicholas Nickleby: reading from, in USA 5, 9, 20n, 29n, 48n, 60n;
~ on farewell tour 235n, 246n;
braille edition 136n;
"Ballad of Grogzwig" story in 511 & n;
(1839) printing 566;
(1853) stage adaptation 650n
The Old Curiosity Shop: edition for the blind 56, 113, 136n, 154;
dramatized by Halliday 317n;
Californian miners read 540n;
(1841) writing 573;
(1845) Cattermole illustrations to 593n
- Characters: Nell 118, 179, 352;
Quilp 317n
Oliver Twist: braille edition 136n;
dramatized 254n;
(1838) published 563n;
(1853) payments for 651
- Characters:. Noah Claypole 203, 206;
Fagin 203, 221n, 222n, 297n;
Nancy 203, 221n, 222n;
Bill Sikes 203, 221n, 222 see also Sikes and Nancy (reading)
"On the Amateur Beat" 261n, 284n, 293
"On Mr Fechter's Acting" 363n
Our Mutual Friend: dramatized 31 & n;
Diamond edition 301n;
copyright agreement 398n;
illustrations 432n;
(1837) dedicated to Tennent 557n
- Character. Wegg 357
Pickwick Papers 382 & n;
(1842) card-playing in 583n;
(1857) German reprint 676; see also The Trial (reading)
Pictures from Italy: Samuel Palmer illustrations 602n
The Poor Traveller (reading) 294
The Public Readings (ed. Philip Collins) 108n
"Queer Street" 139
"Railway Strikes" 639
Sikes and Nancy (reading from Oliver Twist murder scene) 203, 208, 212, 216–24, 235, 244, 247–8, 256, 258–9, 267 & n, 270, 273 & n, 274n, 277–82, 283n, 284n, 285–7, 291, 296n, 297–300, 304n, 305n, 308n, 311n, 314 & n, 315, 317, 321n, 324 & n, 329, 334n, 350, 405, 469–70,
"A Slight Question of Fact" 286n
"A Small Star in the East" 232, 234n, 248, 261n
Speeches (ed. K.J. Fielding) 48n, 55n, 92n, 95n, 96n, 106n, 325n, 327n, 328n, 337n, 361n, 393n, 403n, 411n, 417n, 419n, 462n, 466n, 472n, 500n, 506n, 516n
Speeches, Literary and Social [ed. R.H. Shepherd]: published by Hotton 472n, 478 & n
The Strange Gentleman 597n
A Tale of Two Cities: braille edition 136n;
stage adaptation 360n
The Trial (reading from Pickwick Papers): in USA 5n, 17n, 19, 20, 29n, 30, 34n, 55n, 57, 60n, 62–3, 68, 74n, 79n, 80, 83, 85n, 86n, 96n, 712;
~ on farewell tour 197n, 198n, 200, 204n, 235n, 241n, 242n, 273n, 278n, 279n, 283n, 287n, 303n, 315, 317, 321n, 324n, 338n, 464n, 473, 482n, 490n, 493n
The Uncommercial Traveller 104, 383
The Village Coquettes (with Hullah) 374, 478n;
(1837) 556n, (1840) 571n, (1845) 597n
"Why?" 126n
Works (collected): Ticknor & Fields Diamond illustrated edition (1867) 41n;
Ticknor & Fields Library edition ( 1866–7,) 41n;
Library edition 84n;
CD edition (Chapman & Hall) 186n, 226n, 367, 383n, 498, 522n;
Ticknor & Fields Illustrated Household edition ( 1870–1) 354n
Dickens, Mrs Charles John Huffam (Catherine Thomson Hogarth) 16 & n;
celebrates wedding anniversaries 89n, 479n;
quarterly allowance from CD 129 & n, 236, (1864) 700;
CD leaves money in trust for 344;
Hotten requests corrections of CD Life from 478n;
Alfred D refers to separation from CD 734–5,;
(1837) honeymoon 556n;
(1845) attended by Streeter 595n;
in Brussels with CD 591A;
(1847) dines at Bull Inn, Rochester 609;
(1851) ill-health 632, (1857) 680;
(1855) climbs Vesuvius with CD 662n;
(1856) pg 790invites Mrs Austin to The Frozen Deep 673A
Dickens, Dora Annie (CD's daughter) 281n
Dickens, Edmund Henry (Alfred Lamert D's son) 88 & n
Dickens, Edward Bulwer Lytton (CD's son; 'Plorn'): studies agriculture at Cirencester 4 & n, 54 & n;
emigrates to Australia 110–11, 169, 171–2, 178, 187–91, 193, 194n, 212, 216, 291, 341;
CD purchases rifle for 169;
takes CD's books to Rusden 186;
CD's parting advice to 187–8,;
friendship with Armatage 200;
writes home 297, 299;
life in Australia 355 & n, 357, 431, 529–30,;
CD writes to in Australia 357, 422, 432;
sends greetings to Fechter 416;
CD gives financial help to 431n;
and CD's death 734
Dickens, Francis Jeffrey (CD's son) 148n, 481n, 524n, 734
Dickens, Frederick William (CD's brother): death 206–8, & nn;
(1856) applies to Royal Literary Fund for help for uncle J.H. Barrow 672A
Dickens, Mrs Frederick William (Anna Weller) 207n
Dickens, (Sir) Henry Fielding (CD's son; Harry): loses school prize 4;
CD pays school fees 40n;
and Gad's Hill Cricket Club 46–7,;
as head boy at school 47, 115 & n;
injures leg 110, 115, 117, 124, 132;
wins scholarship to Cambridge 114n;
visits Gad's Hill 132;
prospective law career 134;
studies at Trinity Hall, Cambridge 171, 177–8, 193, 201, 212, 291;
CD pays allowance to 178, 201–2, 213, 242;
and brother Edward's departure for Australia 188, 191, 194n;
scholastic career 268 & n, 424, 457;
applies for British Museum Library ticket 270 & n;
and CD's public reading at Cambridge 304, 306;
CD appoints as trustee of estate 344;
wins scholarship at Trinity Hall 366–7, 373, 378;
overspends on furnishing 399;
admitted to Inner Temple 466 & n;
twenty-first birthday 466;
speaks at Cambridge Union 480 & n, 502;
inherits CD's copy of Queen Victoria's Leaves from … the Highlands 489n;
inherits Holmes's gift to CD 504n;
in CD's will 730;
Recollections 379n
Dickens, John (CD's father) 594
Dickens, Mrs John (Elizabeth Barrow; CD's mother): death 698
Dickens, Marie-Thérèse-Louise, Lady (née Roche; Henry's wife) 428n
Dickens, Mary Angela (Charley D's daughter; 'Mekitty') 73 & n
Dickens, Mary ('Mamie'; 'Mamey'; CD's daughter): CD denies authorship of novels (by Frances Trollope) 1 & n;
Chorley's fondness for 4 & n, 32, 106n, 449n;
helps Anne Cornelius 21–2,;
and CD's US tour 34, 73;
and estimate for Gad's Hill refurnishing 73;
attends Henry D's school prize-giving 115n;
and CD's welcome home from USA 119;
visits Longfellow with CD 142 & n;
and CD's farewell readings 199, 248, 278–9,;
fails to meet Lynch 204;
hunting in Hampshire 212, 214, 216;
marriage prospects 268;
greetings to the Fieldses 292;
31st birthday 303, 305;
Frith offers to show pictures to 315;
on Fields' visit 329;
and CD's ill-health during readings 342;
in CD's will 344, 730–1,;
accompanies CD to Lockers' dinner with Stanley 468–9,;
measles 484, 487;
invited to Mrs Watson's with CD 507;
and Letitia Austin's pension 524n;
dances with Helps at Queen's Ball 532n;
in London 534;
Chorley bequeaths ring to 543n;
letter to brother Alfred on CD's death 734;
(1837) birth 560n;
(1865) fishing in Scotland 704;
pet dog, 705n
Dickens, Sydney Smith Haldimand (CD's son; 'the Admiral'): CD buys naval uniforms for 40n, 183;
meets Lieut. Stephens 146;
naval career 291–2, 424;
CD settles debt to Bentley & Mackrell 349 & n, 361, 364 & n, 424;
death 424n;
delays contribution to Letitia Austin's pension 524n;
CD despairs of 530;
CD writes to on leaving home 734
Dickens, William (of London, 1625) 326n
Didier, Edouard 126 & n
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth, 1st Baronet 429n
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth, 2nd Baronet 429 & n*, 531;
Greater Britain 430 & n
Dilke, Emilia Frances, Lady (earlier Pattison; née Strong; 2nd Baronet's second wife) 430n
Dilke, Katherine Mary Eliza, Lady (née Sheil; 2nd Baronet's first wife) 430n
Dimont, Charles 403n
Dimsdale, Thomas J.: Vigilantes of Montana 131n
Disraeli, Benjamin, later Earl of Beacons-field 145 & n, 172n, 182n, 212n, 237, 277
Dixon, Rev. Edward Saul 217n, 288n, (1837) 559n*;
"Still on the Wing" 642A;
"Toujours Gai: The French or English" pg 791359n
;
Wholesome Fare (with Ellen J. Delamere) 288n
Dixon, George 181n
Dixon, Henry, photographer 665n
Dixon, William Hepworth 147n, 325 & n, 429n, (1857) 678;
"Woman in France" 157 & n
Dodd, Henry, contractor 688 & n
Dodd, J.W., actor 327n
Dodgson, Sarah 106n
Dolby, Charlotte (George's daughter; 'Miss Tatty') 119 & n, 282
Dolby, Charlotte Helen (Madame Sainton-Dolby; George's sister) 135n, 150, 199, 363n, 514
Dolby, George: on American tour with CD 2 & n, 3, 6, 9–10, 12, 14–16, 18, 21–3, 27–30, 32,