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YEOMAN'S Row, 43. York Cottage, 195. — Place, 84.



INDEX OF NAMES OF PERSONS.

ACKERMANN, Rudolph, 177-9. Aikin, Lucy, 160. Albert, Prince, 85. Andrews, J. Petit, 44. Anspach, Margravine of, 190. Appletree, John, 90. Arundel, Henry, 131, 154.

BAKER, Rev. R. G., 187. Balchen, Sir John, 115. Banim, 48-9, 79. Barham, H., 90, 189. Barrow, John, 246. Bartolozzi, F., 68-9, 196. Batsford, Miss, 187. Baud, Benjamin, 127. Baylis, Thomas, 187, 191, 214. Bayliss, Moses, 25. Bell, T. J., 164. Beloe, Rev. W., 42. Biber, Rev. Dr., 83. Billington, Mrs., 70. Blake, Mr., 90. Blanchard, Mr., 119. —, William, 81. Blomfield, Bishop, 187. Blore, Mr., 134. Bodley, Sir Thomas, 165. Bonnor, Bishop, 181. Boothby, Sir W., 203. Boscawen, William, 121. Bovey Family, the, 101. Bowen, Rev. Thomas, 156. Bowes, Mr., 132. Boyd, Hugh, 46. Boyle, Hon. Robert, 111. — Family, the, 113. Bradshaigh, Lady, 203-210. Braham, John, 63. Brand, Mr., 147. Branscomb, Sir James, 210. Brooks, Shirley, 51. Broomfield, W., 92. Brotherhood, Mr., 189. Browne, H. K. ("Phiz"), 135. Brunton, Miss, 71. Buckstone, J. B., 51. Bulwer, Lady, 31. Burbage, Robert, 182. Burchell, Dr., 173. Burgoyne, Sir John, 181. —, Miss, 181. Burke, John, 94. Burleigh, Lord, 121. Burney, Miss, 133. Byfield, Adoniram, 165.

CAHILL, Dr., 67. Carey, Hon. Thomas, 167. Catalani, Madame, 47. Cattley, Rev. Stephen Reid, 128, 172. Cecill, Hon. John, 121. Chalon, Mr., 37. Chatterley, Mrs., 51. Cheeseman, 200. Cheselden, W., 192. Child, Sir Francis, 165. Cipriani, 181, 201. Clerke, Major Shadwell, 44. Cleyne, Francis, 167. Cole, Henry, 60, 82. Collier, Payne, 53. Colman, George, the Younger, 51-2, 173-7. Conyers, General, 192. Cooper, John, 79. Cope, Sir John, 114. Copley, 200. Corpe, John, 55. Cranfield, Lord Treasurer, 90. Craven, Countess of, 190. Cribb, R., 94. Croker, Rt. Hon. John Wilson, 171. —, Thomas Crofton, 130, 156, 162-3, 181, 198, 247. —, Mrs. Crofton, 130. Croly, Rev. Dr., 50, 77. Cromwell, Oliver, 170. Crotch, Dr., 202. Curran, John Philpot, 76-9. Curtis, Mr., 80, 85-7.

DARBY, Mrs., 117. Davenport, Mrs., 71. Davis, the late Henry George, 24. —, Charles, 24. Dawes, Sir W., 113-114. Deacon, Mr., 250. Delafield, Mr., 192. Delille, C. J., 72. —, Madame, 72. Denham, Mr., 120. —, Colonel, 120. Doharty, Mr. 158. Donaldson, Mr., 54. Dormer, Edward, 198. Duffield, Mr., 115. Dunn, Anne, 27-8.

EDINGTON, J., 212. Egerton, Daniel, 81. —, Mrs., 82. Ekins, Dr., 165. Elizabeth, Queen, 87. Ellenborough, Lord, 187. Evelyn, John, 111. Eyre, Sir James, 132.

FABER, Rev. F. W., 59. Fairholt, F. W., 40. Farren, W., 53. —, Harriet Elizabeth, 57. Faucit, Helen, 70, 82. Fitzherbert, Mrs., 165. Fitzroy, Rear Admiral, 83. Fitzwilliam, Edward, 51. Florio, 182, 184-5. Foot, Jesse, 27, 28. Foote, Samuel, 196. Fowler, Edward, 113.

GARCIA, Madame, 170. George IV., 165, 213. Giffard, Mr., 247. Glascock, Captain, 73-4. Godwin, George, jun., 38, 74. Golini, Julius, 67. Gorges, Sir Arthur, 131. Grant, Colonel, 134. Green, 30. Gregor, Mrs., 133. Gresham, John, 198. Griffin, Gerald, 48, 49, 97-8. Grisi, Madame, 146. Guizot, 79. —, Madame, 80. Gunter, R., 127.

HALL, S. C., 197. —, Mrs. S. C., 31, 197. Hallam, H., 154. Halliwell, J. O., 96. Hamey, Dr. Baldwin, 113. Hamilton, Walter, 39-40. —, William Richard, 132. Hampton, Mr., 136. Hargrave, Francis, 84. Harris, A., 80. —, H., 78. Hartshorne, Rev. C. H., 138. Hawarden, Lady, 214. Hawkins, John Sidney, 44. Heavyside, R., 166. Herbert, Sir E., 167. Hewett, Mr., 67. Holl, Henry, 61. Holland, Mr., 155. Holmes, W., M. P., 214. Hook, Theodore, 133, 177, 187-90, 245-6. Howard, Sir Ralph, 191. Huck, J. G., 26. Hullmandel, Mr., 150-1. Humphrey, Ozias, 29. Hutchins, John, 25. Hyde, Edward, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, 115.

INCLEDON, Charles, 64.

JERDAN, W., 47, 248. Jesse, J. H., 70. Johnson, Mr. Joseph, 148-9. Jones, Richard, 78.

KEAN, Edmund, 200. Keeley, Mr., 54, 79. —, Mrs., 54, 79. Kempe, A. J., 135. King, Mr., 139. Kingsley, Rev. Charles, 83. Knight, James House, 123. Knolles, Sir Thomas, 166.

LACY, Walter, 40. Lamb, Lady Caroline, 31. Lance, the Misses, 32. Landon, Miss ("L. E. L."), 30-7, 54. Laurie, John, 180. Lazarus, H., 80. Le Blon, James Christopher, 91. Lillie, Sir John Scott, 127. Limpany, Robert, 190. Liston, Mr., 54, 71. Liston, Mrs., 40, 67. Lochee, Lewis, 119-20, 132. Locke, 104, 111. London, Bishop of, 54. Lorrington, Meribah, 116. Lowth, Rev. Robert, 173-6. Luttrell, Francis, 108. —, Henry, 54. —, Narcissus, 89, 102-3, 108. Lytton, Sir E. Bulwer, 191, 197, 236.

M'LEOD, Dr. John, 80. M'Naughten, Mrs., 34. Macpherson, Sir John, 45-6. Mahony, Rev. F., 164. Mangeon, Mrs., 27-8. Mario, Signor, 146. Marochetti, Baron, 82. Mart, Mr., 114. Martin, Theodore, 82. Mathews, Charles, 62, 181. —, Mrs., sen., 71. Meyrick, Mr. J., 166. Milton, Mr., 121, 147. Mitford, Miss, 31. Moore, Thomas, 162-3. Mordaunt, Lord, 167-8. More, Sir Thomas, 89. Morland, 95. Morse, Leonard. 132. Murphy, Arthur, 26-8, 38. Murray, John, 148-9. —, Sir Robert, 111.

NATTES, J. C., 25. Newman, Rev. J. H., 59. Nicholson, F., 128-30. Nisbett, Mrs., 203. Novosielski, Madame, 70. —, Michael, 43, 50, 63.

O'DONNELL, Major-General Sir Chas., 162-3. Ord, John, 140-5. Orrery, 2nd Earl of, 113. —, Charles, 4th Earl of, 112. Owen, Rev. John, 145.

PARR, Dr., 42. Piccolomini, 165. Pigot, the Right Hon. D. R., 37. Pitts, Mr. Oliver, 139. Place, Francis, 51. Planche, J. R., 65-6. Plumbe, W., 198. Pope, 147. —, Miss, 70-1. Porter, Walsh, 169, 190, 213. Pouchee, Louis, 128. Powell, Mr., 156, 186. —, Sir W., Bart., 170, 181. Pyne, J. B., 195.

QUEENSBERRY, Marquis of, 134.

RAVENSWORTH, Lord, 138, 140. Reeve, John, 42, 53-4, 57. Remaudini, Count, 67. Rennell, Rev. Mr., 42. Richardson, C. J., 66. —, Samuel, 169, 202-210. Riego, General, 96-9. —, Madame, 96-9. Roberts, Emma, 31, 34. Robins, George, 189. Robinson, Anastasia, ("Perdita,") 115-18, 169. Robson, W. Frogatt, 53. Rocque, Bartholomew, 139. Rodwell, G. H., 39, 65. Rollin, Ledru, 80. Romney, 29. Rovedino, Signor Carlo, 81. Rowden, Miss, 32, 36. Roy, 181. Ruddock, Rev. Joshua, 156. Rumford, Count, 40. Ryland, William Wynne, 26, 202.

ST. JOHN, 147. St. Quentin, Countess, 32. Salisbury, Mr., 85, 145. Sampayo, M., 171. Saunders, Sir Edward, 169. Savage, Mr., 80. Scoles, Mr., 59. Schiavonetti, Lewis, 67-69. Schulenberg, Melesina, 170. Shaftesbury, Lord, 101, 104. Shakespeare, 182-6. Sharp, Granville, 188. Sheepshanks, John, 60. Shower, Sir Bartholomew, 113. Simpson, Mrs. Anne, 145-6. Slater, Mr., 200. Smith, Albert, 194. —, E. T., 169, 249. —, Alderman H., 72. —, Sir James, 101. —, "O.," 73. —, Sir Thomas, 167. Southwell, Miss, 132. Spagnoletti, 51. Stanley Family, 131. Stanley, W., 131. Steele, R., 38, 88. Strathmore, Countess of, 132. Street, Mr., 186. Suckland, Sir John, 112. Sylvester, Joshua, 185.

TALFOURD, 197. Tarnworth, John, 166. Taylor, Mr., 138. Testolini, 68. Thackeray, W. M., 83. Tindal, Lord Chief Justice, 37. Tonson, Jacob, 195. Trotter, Thomas, 30. Turberville, Mrs. Elizabeth, 155. —, Mrs. Frances, 155. Tyrhtilus, 180.

VENDRAMINI, John, 39. Vestris, Madame, 62, 96, 181. Vining, James, 51. Virtue, William, 109.

WAGER, Admiral Sir Charles, 131, 165. Ward, Sir Edward, 113-14. Warde, J. P., 94. Warren, H, 84. —, Dr. Richard, 132. Warwick, Countess of, 112. Watts, B., 75. Webster, Mr., 62. Weigall, Mr., 70. Wharton, Marquis of, 90. —, Sir Michael, 155. Whitmore, Lechmere, 214. Whittaker, Dr., 112. Wigan, Alfred, 37. —, Mrs. Alfred, 37. Wilberforce, Mr., 47. Williams, Sir John, Bart., 171. Wilson, Lady Frances, 92. —, Sir Henry, 92. Winchester, Marquis of, 218. Wishart, Sir James, 115. Wood, Dr. Oswald, 64. Wright, —, 92-3. —, Edward, 96. —, Thomas, 83. Wrottesley, the Hon. Mr., 181. Wynne, Edward, 103-4. Wynne, Rev. Luttrell, 108. —, Serjeant, 102, 108.

YATES, Mr., 54, 71. —, Mrs., 71. York, Duke of, 173. Young, C. D. and Co., 61.



FOOTNOTES.

{18} See pages 156-164.

{25a} Catalogues of Royal Academy.

{25b} Foot's Life of Arthur Murphy.

{25c} Lockie's Topography of London.

{25d} Mr. J. Salway's MS. plan, executed for the Kensington trustees.

{25e} Cruchley's Map of London.

{25f} Elmes' Topography of London.

{26} 4 vols. 4to, published in 1793.

{27a} 2 vols. 8vo, 1801.

{27b} The extent of this garden may still be estimated by walking round through Hooper's Court into Sloane Street.

{31} Born 13th November, 1785, and married to the Honourable William Lamb (afterwards Viscount Melbourne) in 1805. Lady Caroline published three novels, viz., Glenarvon, in 1816; Graham Hamilton; and Ada Reis, 1823. Her ladyship died in 1828.

{32a} 8vo, 2nd ed. 1812.

{32b} Ibid.

{33} It was the wing attached to the house between it and "the Pavilion." From the back a flight of steps descended into a small garden.

{35} Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and Lancaster, Historical and Biographical. 1827. 2 vols. 8vo.

{38a} Correspondence, vol. i. p. 293.

{38b} Vol. lxxv. Part I. p. 590.

{38c} Ed. 1820, p. 616.

{45a} 2 vols. 4to, 1795.

{45b} 1 vol. 4to, and 2 vols. 8vo, 1796,

{48} 'Literary Gazette,' November 25, 1843.

{53} It is no slight testimony to the genius of Mr. Farren, that since his retirement no actor in London has attempted to represent "Grandfather Whitehead."

{58} Rebuilt, and the sign here engraved removed.

{62} Brompton Park was the retreat of one or two favourite actors. Mr. Webster, the talented and versatile performer, lessee of the Ade1phi Theatre, resided there for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews (Madame Vestris) lived at Gore Lodge—now pulled down—a name they afterwards gave to their residence at Fulham.

{65} Weber died on the 7th of June following, at No. 91, Great Portland Street, in his fortieth year.

{72} 4 vols. 8vo; I. and II. 1838; III. and IV. 1839.

{73} The 'Naval Sketch-book,' 1828; 'Sailors and Saints,' 1829; 'Tales of a Tar,' 1830; 'Land Sharks and Sea Gulls,' 1838.

{78} Died 30th August, 1851.

{80} Died 7th May, 1852, aged 74.

{84} II vols. folio, 1781.

{85} Vol. lxxx. Part II.

{87a} Brompton Hall, said to have been the residence of Lord Burleigh, stands on the Old Brompton Road, which, as pointed out in the previous chapter, branches from the main Fulham Road at the Bell and Horns.

{87b} The Duke of Buckingham.

{88} Correspondence, vol. i. p. 219.

{92} Sir Henry Wilson, who was in Parliament when this estate came into his wife's possession, ordered iron gates for it; in one of which were wrought his initials, H. W., and to correspond, M.P, was placed in the other. Before the gates were put up he had to contest his seat, and lost it.

{97} Riego was executed, on the 7th of October, 1823, at Madrid, with every mark of ignominy.

{110} Funeral Sermon preached at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 7th January 1691.

{111} See Birch's 'Life of Boyle,' p. 114.

{112} MS. Diary.

{120} The obituary of the 'Gentleman's Magazine' for June 1791, records:—"At Lisle, in Flanders, Lewis Lochee, Esq., late lieutenant colonel of the Belgic Legion, and formerly keeper of the Royal Military Academy at Chelsea."

{121} The gates here represented have now given place to a light iron railing, and the posts have been surmounted by balls.

{128} No. 276, vol. xi. p. 301.

{131} Todd's 'Spenser,' viii. 23.

{133} MS.

{138} Pickering, 1829.

{139} Mr. Rocque, the florist, was brother to the surveyor of that name, who published a plan of London, Westminster, and Southwark, on twenty-four sheets, in 1747; and a map of London and the country ten miles round, in sixteen sheets, the following year. He also published a road-book of Great Britain and Ireland in 1763.

{144a} "This tree was first introduced into England in 1753, by Mr. James Gordon."—Lysons.

{144b} "The foliage more resembles that of the juglans nigra than of the Illinois-nut in Kew Gardens."—Ibid.

{144c} "At two feet from the ground it was seven feet two inches, and now (1810) seven feet five inches."—Ibid.

{144d} "The girth of this tree was taken in 1808 at two feet and a half from the ground."—Ibid.

{144e} "At two feet and a half from the ground."—Ibid.

{145} James iv. 14.

{155a} On the same page of the 'London Magazine' which chronicles this occurrence, may be found the announcement of the death of "Mr. Joseph Miller, a celebrated comedian."

{155b} Lysons, on the authority of the parish books, states that a Sir Michael Wharton was living at Parson's Green, anno 1654.

{159} The ground has been recently levelled.

{160} L. E. L.

{171} Died, 1858.

{188a} He died there in 1813.

{188b} Since this sketch was made, the gateway, with the coat of arms over it, has been removed, and a battlemented and Gothic entrance, more in accordance, perhaps, with the architecture of both church and mansion, has been erected in its stead.

{196} Died 20th October, 1777, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

{213} Copied from a picture in oil in the possession of George Bunnett, Esq., of Fulham.

{218} John, the fifth Marquis of Winchester, sustained a siege in his seat at Basing from August, 1643 to 16th October, 1645, when the place was taken by storm and burned to the ground, "money, jewels, and household stuff" being found therein to the value of 200,000 pounds, among which was a rich bed worth 14,000 pounds.

{227} Now in the South Kensington Museum.

{235} Antony and Cleopatra, act ii. sc. 5.

{236} Now in the possession of the Duke of Hamilton.

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