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Gilder, R. W., editor Century Magazine, xxiii. 338; xxiv. 26, 29, 30, 64, 98, 149, 185, 250

Gilfillan, —, xxiv. 349, 352

Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E., xxiii. 113; xxiv. 136-7, 139, 192

Glasgow, Knox memorial at, xxv. 88

"Gleams of Memory" (Payn), xxv. 447

Glencorse Church, xxiii. 180; xxv. 305, 307

"Go Between," xxv. 314-5 & n. 1

"Goguclat" (St. Ives), xxiii. intro. xx.

"Good Boy, A" ("Child's Garden"), xxiv. 55, 170

"Gordon Darnaway" ("Merry Men"), xxiii. intro. xx.

Gordon, General C. G., xxiv. 107, 137, 139-40, 183; xxv. 57

Gosse, Edmund, xxiii. 311, 316, 328, 329, 341; xxiv. 36, 120, 244; appointment to Clark Readership, xxiv. 99; letters to, xxiii. 219, 224, 226, 236, 243, 245, 260, 271, 292, 293, 306, 311, 313, 324, 325, 332, 338, 350, 359, 360; xxiv. 26, 29, 30, 45, 50, 87, 97, 125, 139, 173, 181, 244, 277; xxv. 71, 317, 454; "Life" by, of his father, xxv. 71, 130, 317

Gosse, Mrs. Edmund, xxiii. 225, 227; letter to, xxiii. 347

Gosse, P. H., "Life" of, by E. Gosse, xxv. 71, 130, 317

"Gossip, A, on Romance," xxiii. 283, 342, 349

Goettingen, xxiii. 118, 122, 125

"Gower Woodseer" ("Amazing Marriage," by Meredith), prototype of, xxv. 344, 390-1

Grange, Lady, xxiii. 298

Grant, —, xxiii. 316

Grant, Geordie, xxiii. 19

Grant, Lady, xxiv. 53, 72

Grant, Mrs., of Laggan, xxiii. 298

Granton, xxiii. 8

Grant, Sir Alexander, xxiv. 53, 72, 132

"Grape from a Thorn" (Payn), xxiv. 7

Graves, home and foreign, xxv. 349 & n. 1

"Gray, Thomas" ("English Men of Letters"), by Gosse, xxiii. 350, 351, 360; works of, edited by Gosse, xxiv. 140

"Great Expectations" (Dickens), xxiv. 22-3

"Great North Road," unfinished, xxiii. 328; xxiv. 106, 127, 139, 152, 402

Greenaway, Kate, xxiv. 32

Green, Madame, singer, xxv. 249

Grey, Sir George, xxv. 290, 298-9; visit to, xxv. 292

Grez, at, xxiii. 183, 185, 187; meeting with Mrs. Osbourne at, xxii. 183, 228

Grove, Sir George, xxiii. intro. xviii. 151, 178, 204

Guerin, Maurice de, xxiii. 165

Gurr, —, xxv. 48, 105, 116, 448

Gurr, Mrs., xxv. 107

Guthrie, Charles J., letters to, xxiii. 312; xxiv. 178

"Guy Mannering" (Scott), xxiv. 91; xxv. 167

Habakkuk, prophet, xxiii. 211

Haddon, Trevor, letters to, xxiii. 357, 360; xxiv. 10, 39, 93

Haggard, Bazett, xxv. 138, 161, 170-1, 193 et passim

Haggard, Rider, xxiv. 257; xxv. 86, 226-7

"Haggis, The" (Burns), xxiv. 256

"Hair Trunk," xxiii. 205-6

Hake, Dr. Gordon, xxiv. 239

Hall, Basil, xxv. 111

Halle, Sir Charles, xxiii. 169, 198

"Hall, Mr." (Clarissa Harlowe), xxiii. 211

Hamerton, P. G., xxiii. intro. xvii., 58, 216, 218, 315 n. 1, 316, 336; letters to, xxiii. 242, 314, 335; xxiv. 143

"Hamerton, P. G., An Autobiography," xxiii. 216

Hamilton, Captain, death of, xxv. 65

"Hamlet" (Shakespeare), xxv. 51

Hammond, Basil, xxiv. 13 & n. 1

Hampstead, at, xxiii. 124, 133

Hand, Captain, R.N., xxv. 139

Handwriting, tests of, xxv. 254-5

Hansome, Rufe, xxiii. 278

Happiness, xxiv. 183-4

Hardy, Thomas, xxiv. 153; xxv. 266

Hargrove, Mr., xxiii. 25, 26

"Harry Richmond" (Meredith), characters in, xxiv. 97

Harte, Bret, xxiii. 210

"Hastie" (Kidnapped), xxiv. 196

Hawaiian Islands, stay in, xxiv. 291

"Hawthorne" (H. James), xxiii. 273, 277

Hayley, —, xxiii. 252

Hazlitt, William, xxv. 385

"Heart of Midlothian" (Scott), xxiii. 65; xxv. 154

"Heathercat," unfinished, xxv. 281, 360-1, 403

Hebrides, yachting trip in, xxiii. 124, 139, 140

Hecky, a dog, xxiv. 202

Hegel, —, xxiv. 75

Heintz, Dr., xxiii. 244

Henderson, Mr., xxiii. 6, 328; xxiv. 31

Henley, Anthony, xxiii. 238, 240

Henley, E. J., xxiv. 261

Henley, W. E., xxiii. 124, 171, 172, 177, 284, 285, 334, 352; xxiv. 29, 47, 52, 59, 67, 79, 99, 151, 155, 191, 202, 302, 377; xxv. 97, 121, 123, 174; appreciation of, xxv. 213; dramatic collaboration with, xxiii. 185, 256, 257; xxiv. 99, 106, 119, 146; editor of London, xxiii. 184; in hospital, xxv. 427; letters to, xxiii. 204, 217, 219, 221, 233, 238, 249, 255, 256, 265, 317, 319, 326, 328, 330, 334, 341, 342, 352, 362; xxiv. 17, 23, 31, 32, 34, 36, 37, 47, 54, 57, 65, 72, 79, 91, 96, 102, 111, 114, 120, 123, 127, 131, 133, 146, 147, 155, 229, 239, 248, 257; xxv. 214; poems by, xxv. 122, 214

"Henry Shovel," see "Shovels of Newton French"

Herald, ship, xxv. 444

Herbert, George, poetry of, xxiii. 18

Herrick, Robert, xxiii. intro. xx.; xxiv. 36, 82

"Herrick, Robert," essay (Gosse), xxiv. 45

Hester Noble, unfinished play (with Henley), xxiii. 256, 257

"Hey, Johnnie Cope, are ye waukin' yet?" air, xxiii. 113

Highland History, projected, xxiii. 280, 290-1, 297; xxv. 117

"Highland Widow" (Scott), xxv. 24

"High Woods of Umfanua," see "Beach of Falesa"

Hiroshige, prints by, xxiii. 157

"Histoire d'Israel" (Renan), xxv. 304

"Histoire des Origines de Christianisme" (Renan), xxv. 304

"History of America" (Adams), xxv. 215, 266

"History of England" (Macaulay), xxiii. 70

"History of France" (Martin), xxiii. 193

"History of Indostani" (Orme), xxv. 419, 423

"History of Notorious Pirates" (Johnson), xxiv. 101

"History of the Great Storm" (Defoe), xxiv. 101

"History of the Rebellion" (Clarendon), xxiii. 31

"History of the Stevensons," see "Family of Engineers"

"History of the United States" (Bancroft), xxiii. 246

Hogarth, William, xxiii. 69; Cambridge lectures on, by Colvin, xxiii. 178

Hokusai (Magazine of Art), xxiv. 32

Hole, W., illustrator, xxiv. 270, 319, 321-2, 346; xxv. 349 & n. 1, 362 n. 1

"Holy Fair" (Burns), xxiii. 4; xxiv. 265 n. 1

Homburg, visit to, xxiii. 182

"Home is the Sailor," lines chosen for epitaph, xxiii. 269; xxv. 375

Home Rule Bill of 1885, xxiv. 192

"Homme, L', qui rit" (Hugo), xxiii. 125 & n. 1

Honolulu, visits to, xxiv. 291, 319 et seq., 329, 353; xxv. 281, 345, 349, 362

"Horatian Ode" (Marvell), xxiii. 293

Hoskin, Dr., xxv. 268, 270, 452

"House of Eld" Fables, xxiii. 12, 141

Houses, characteristics of, xxiii. 145, 146

Howard Place, 8, Edinburgh, birthplace, xxiii. 5

"Howe, Miss" (Clarissa Harlowe), xxiii. 210

"Huckleberry Finn" (Twain), xxiv. 139

"Huguenots, Les," opera, xxiii. 200

"Huish" (Ebb Tide), xxv. 313

"Human Compromise," xxiii. 267

Humble Apology (Longman's), xxiv. 181

Humble Remonstrance (Longman's), xxiv. 127

Hume, David, xxiii. 4, 72, 111, 145

"Humilies et offenses" (Dostoieffsky), xxiv. 183

Hunter, Robert, "portrait" of, xxv. 301

Hurricane at Apia, the great, xxiv. 345, 346, 369; xxv. 141, 172-4; chapter on, in "Footnote," issued in Scots Observer, xxv. 174

Hutchinson, —, bust by, of R. L. S., xxv. 353 & n. 1

Hyde, Rev. Dr., and Father Damien, xxiv. 292; controversy with, xxiv. 383-4, 391 & n. 1, 402, 404

Hyeres, at, xxiv. 5, 21 et seq.; xxv. 60

Hyndman, —, xxiv. 141

"Hyperion" (Keats), xxiv. 170

Iceland, book on, by Gosse suggested, xxiii. 333

"Ich unglueckselige Atlas," song (Schubert), xxiii. 139

Ide, Annie H., and R. L. S.'s birthday, xxv. 89-90, 118-9; letter to, xxv. 118

Ide, C. J., Land Commissioner and afterwards Chief Justice in Samoa, xxv. 281, 298, 380-1, 450; letter to, xxv. 88

Ide, Margery, xxv. 450

Idler, The, xxv. 372, 429; contributions to, xxv. 376

Illustrated London News, xxv. 301

Inchcape bell, xxiii. 29

Income-tax, xxiii. 113, 114

Inglis, John, Justice-General, xxiii. 181

Ingram, John H., xxiii. 166

"Inland Voyage," xxiii. 183, 185, 204, 211, 212, 218, 229, 247; xxiv. 103; criticisms on, xxiii. 215-6

"Inn Album" (Robert Browning), review of, xxiii, 198, 199

"Inn, The," xxv. 429

"In Russet and Silver" (Gosse), dedication of, xxv. 454

"In the Garden," projected, xxiv. 99

"In the South Seas," first published as "The South Seas," xxiv. 290, 292, 297, 320-1, 358, 362, 399, 403; xxv. 5, 12, 16, 22, 26, 34, 45, 54, 61 & nn. 1 & 2, 68, 69, 77, 78, 80, 97, 100; criticisms, xxiv. 293, 348-9; xxv. 76; dedication proposed, xxiv. 304

Intimate Poems, suggested edition, xxv. 377

Iona, vessel, xxiii. 24

Ireland, Alexander, letter to, xxiii. 342

Ireland, plan for life in, xxiv. 108, 222

Irongray, tombs at, xxiii. 65

"Isabella and the Pot of Basil" (Keats), xxiv. 170

Isaiah, prophet, xxiii. 211

"Is it not verse except enchanted groves" (Herbert), xxiii. 18

"Island Nights' Entertainments," xxv. 64, 272, 284, 290; illustrations, xxv. 312; length, xxv. 353 & n. 1; reviews xxv. 315 & n. 1

"Isle of Voices," xxv. 272

"Islet, The," xxv. 301

"Ivanhoe" (Scott), xxiv. 31

Jack, the island horse, xxv. 35-6, 41, 136, 142

James, G. P. R., novels by, ordered by R. L. S., xxiv. 273

James, Henry, xxiv. 105, 127, 130, 133, 143, 154, 182, 235, 250, 359; xxv. 29, 317, 415, 452; letters to, xxiv. 127, 160, 214, 215, 237, 249, 262, 278, 288, 334, 382, 396; xxv. 43, 108, 130, 274, 320, 335, 367, 406

"James More," xxv. 161, 216, 295

Janet Nicoll, ss., cruise in, xxiv. 292-3, 385 et seq., 392, 403; xxv. 11, 54, 304

Japan and Japanese art, interest in, xxiii. 157, 158, 159; xxiv. 32, 57

Japp, Dr. Alexander, xxiii. 329; letters to, xxiii. 321, 327, 351

Jeafferson, —, xxiv. 178

"Jedidiah Cleishbotham" (Scott), xxiii. 65

Jenkin family, xxiii. 25, 100

Jenkin, Mrs. Fleeming, xxiii. 10, 25; xxiv. 300; letters to, xxiv. 150, 151, 187, 221, 225, 258; xxv. 273

Jenkin, Professor Fleeming, xxiii. 10, 25, 118, 122, 175, 176, 183, 247, 311, 341, 353; xxiv. 48, 258, 272; death, xxiv. 106, 150, 151; memoir of, by R. L. S. (see "Memoir"); debt to, xxiv. 331

Jerome, Jerome K., xxv. 372, 429

"Jerry Abershaw," projected, xxiii. 328, 329; xxiv. 152

Jersey, Countess of, in Samoa, xxv. 145, 227, 228, 325; letters to, xxv, 228-9; on her visit to R. L. S., xxv. 228

Jersey, Earl of, xxv. 288

"Jess" (Window in Thrums), xxv. 277

Jhering, Professor, xxiii. 118, 122

J. L. Tiernan, schooner, xxiv. 359

Joan of Arc, Byron's epithet for, xxiii. 354

"Jock o' Hazeldean," air, xxiii. 113

"John Peel" of the song, xxiii. 28

"John Silver" (Treasure Island), xxiv. 112, 123; genesis of, xxiv. 31

Johnson, —, an American, xxiii. 108, 110, 111, 112

"Johnson," or "Johnstone," pseudonym, xxiv. 14, 121

Johnson, Samuel, xxiii. 298; "Life" of, xxiii. 193, 203

Johnstone, Marie, Mary, or May, xxiii. 94, 95, 98, 99, 101

Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs., xxiii. 96, 99

John Williams, missionary barque, xxiv. 387

"Jolly Beggars" (Burns), sent for autograph, xxv. 69, 87, 118

Jones, Henry Arthur (see also "Bauble Shop"), letter to, xxiv. 133

Jonson, Ben, xxiii. 294

Journalistic work, xxiii. 184

"Joy of Earth" (Meredith), xxv. 214

Jura, Skye terrier, xxv. 428-9

"Justice Clerk," see Weir of Hermiston

"Juvenilia," xxv. 397-8

Kaiulani, Hawaiian Princess, xxiv. 345, 346

Kalakaua, King, xxiv. 320

Kalaupapa, Molokai, xxiv. 351 et seq.

Kalawao, Molokai, xxiv. 353-4

Katoomba, H.M.S., xxv. 334; band of, xxv. 351

Kava, native beverage, xxv. 183 & n. 1

"Keats" ("English Men of Letters," by Colvin), xxiii. 349, 350-1; xxiv. 210, 211

Keir, Jean, xxv. 335

Kelso, xxiii. 156

"Kenilworth" (Scott), xxiv. 91

"Kidnapped," xxiii. 24, 331; xxiv. 106, 146, 147, 179, 190, 195-6, 203, 233, 265, 317, 370, 377; xxv. 108, 160, 215, 250, 283, 301, 351; in Braille, xxv. 366; projected illustrations, xxv. 349 n. 1; reception, xxiv. 198; reviews, xxiv. 203; sequel (see "Catriona"), xxv. 144; suggested French translation, xxv. 52

Killigrew, Anne, xxiii. 293 n. 1

"King Lear" (Shakespeare), xxv. 51

"King Matthias's Hunting Horn" lost, xxiii. 158, 160, 170

Kinglake, W., xxiii. 70

"King's Horn, The," xxiii. 308

Kingston, W.G., xxiii. intro. xxiii.

Kingussie, at, xxiii. 284, 357

Kipling, Rudyard, anticipated visit from, xxv. 105 & n. 1; xxv. 163, 165; appreciations of, xxiv. 396; xxv. 46, 213, 275; letter to, xxv. 46; writings of, xxv. 379

Kirriemuir, xxv. 417

"Kirstie Elliot" (Weir of Hermiston), xxiii. intro. xx.; xxv. 457

Kitchener, Colonel, ib.

Kitchener, Viscount, xxv. 236-7

Knappe, Consul, xxiv. 370; xxv. 139, 141

"Knox, John, and his Relations with Women," xxiii. 141, 149, 150, 153, 155

Knox, John, "Works" of, xxiii. 117

Knox, John, writings on, xxiii. 55, 61, 111, 141, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 153, 155, 158, 159, 167, 170, 171, 173

Ko-o-amua, ex-cannibal chief, xxiv. 293

"Kubla Khan" (Coleridge), xxiii. 92, 220

Kuniyoshi, prints by, xxiii. 157

Labiche, —, xxiii. 239

Labour, imported, in Samoa, xxv. 159 & n. 1

Lacy, Mr., xxiii. 307

"Lady Barberina" (H. James), xxiv. 128

"Lady Carbury" ("Way of the World"), xxiii. 215

Lafarge, John, painter, xxv. 4, 29 & n. 1, 41, 43, 45

La Fontaine, "Fables" of, xxv. 49

"Lake Isle of Innisfree" (Yeats), xxv. 390

Lamb, Charles, xxiii. 209

"Lamia" (Keats), illustrated by Low, xxiv. 142, 166; dedication of, xxiv. 169-71

Lampman, Archibald, sonnet by, xxiv. 321 & n. 1

Landor, W. S., xxiii. 302, 317, 320-1

"Landscape" (Hamerton), xxiv. 143-4

Land's End, visited, xxiii. 183, 209

Lang, Andrew, xxiii. 115, 117, 222, 311, 316; xxiv. 106, 134, 206, 257, 278, 381, 388; xxv. 357, 427; letters to, xxiv. 399; xxv. 216, 453; story suggested by, xxv. 141 & n. 1; on "Treasure Island," xxiv. 67

Lantenac, M. (Victor Hugo), xxiii. 130 n. 1

"Lantern Bearers, The" (Scribner's), xxiv. 235, 254; xxv. 97, 301

Large, Miss, xxv. 329-31

La Sale, Antoine, projected essay on, xxiii. 207

"Last Sinner, The," xxiii. 171

Laupepa, see Malietoa

Lautreppe, Albert de, xxv. 383

Lavenham, xxiii. 56

Law examination passed, xxiii. 182

"Lay Morals," 86, 185; xxiv. 62 et seq.

"Leading Light, The," projected, xxiii. 329

"Leaves of Grass" (Whitman), xxiii. 70

Le Gallienne, Richard, letter to, xxv. 364

Legal work, xxiii. 182, 184

Leigh, Hon. Capt., xxv. 227-8, 231, 233, 234, 235

Leith, xxiii. 159, 202

Lemon, —, picture by, xxiv. 167

Lenz, —, xxiv. 198

Le Puy, xxiii. 217

"Lesson, The, of the Master" (H. James), xxiv. 382; xxv. 108, 274

"Letter to the Church of Scotland," xxv. 398

"Letter to a Young Gentleman," xxv. 123 n. 1

"Letters and Memories of Jane Welsh Carlyle" (Froude), xxiii, 301, 302

Letters, desiderata in, xxiii. 259

"Letters" (Flaubert), xxiv. 405; xxv. 59

"Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland to his Friend in London" (Burt), xxiii. 291

"Letters to his Family and Friends," xxiii. intro. xix.

Leven, xxiii. 61

"Library, The" (Lang), xxiii. 307

"Lieder und Balladen" (Burns), Silbergleit's translation, xxiii. 39

Life, two views on, xxiv. 158, 164, 165

"Life and Death," xxiii. 171

"Life of General Hutchinson" (Mrs. Hutchinson), xxiii. 30, 31, 32

"Life of Hazlitt," projected, xxiii. 283, 336, 339, 345

"Life of P. H. Gosse" (Edmund Gosse), xxv. 71, 130, 317

"Life of R. L. S." (Balfour), xxiii. intro. xix.; xxv. 4, 59

"Life of Robertson" (Dugald Stewart), xxiii. 119

"Life of Samuel Johnson" (Boswell), xxiii. 193, 203

"Life of Sir Walter Scott" (Lockhart), xxiv. 75, 84, 170, 171

"Life of Wellington" ("English Worthies"), unfinished, xxiv. 106, 134, 139

"Life on the Lagoons" (H. F. Brown), xxiii. 303

Lillie, Jean and David, connection of, with the Stevensons, xxv. 436

"Lion of the Nile," xxiv. 321

Lions, xxiii. 307

Lippincott, xxiv. 54-5, 90

"Literary Recollections" (Payn), xxiv. 381

"Little Minister" (Barrie), xxv. 265, 276

"Lives of the Admirals" (Southey), xxiii. 70

"Lives of the Stevensons," see "Family of Engineers"

"L. J. R.," Essay Club, xxiii. 46, 48; xxv. 121

Llandudno, visited, xxiii. 124, 148

Locker-Lampson, Frederick, letters to, xxiv. 205, 206, 207, 208, 215

"Lodging for the Night," xxiii. 184, 191, 248

Logan, John, xxiii. 71, 72

London, contributions to, xxiii. 184

"London Life" (H. James), xxiv. 289

London, visits to (see also British Museum), xxiii. 77, 155, 330; xxiv. 105, 107, 186-7, 189, 202, 209, 229

"London Voluntaries" (Henley), xxv. 214

Longman, —, publisher, xxiv. 30, 66, 111, 134; xxv. 123, 125

Longman's Magazine, contributions to, xxiv. 127, 130, 134, 143, 181; xxv. 454

"Lord Nidderdale" (Way of the World), xxiii. 215

"Lord Rintoul" (Little Minister), xxv. 265

"Lost Sir Massingberd" (Payn), xxiv. 7, 177

Loti, Pierre (M. Viaud), xxiv. 308

"Loudon Dodd" (Wrecker), xxv. 24, 172 & n.1

"Louis XIV. et la Revocation de l'Edit de Nantes" (Michelet), xxiii. 69

"Louse, The" (Burns), xxiv. 256

"Love in the Valley" (Meredith), xxiv. 54; xxv. 214, 390

"Lovelace" (Clarissa Harlowe), xxiii. 210

Love, young, advice on, xxiii. 358

Lowell, John Russell, xxiv. 107

Low, Mrs. W. H., xxiv. 107, 202, 217

Low, W. H., xxiv. 107, 202, 217, 234, 250, 251, 255, 288, 369, 390; xxv. 25, 111; illustrated edition by, of "Lamia," xxiv. 142, 166; dedication of, xxiv. 169-71; letters to, xxiv. 57, 63, 72, 89, 115, 142, 153, 166, 169, 172, 177, 185, 217, 230, 245, 346; xxv. 378

Luebeck, s.s., passage on, xxiv. 375 et seq.; xxv. 48, 50, 53, 81

Ludgate Hill, s.s., passage in, xxiv. 110, 230, 232; xxiv. 235 et seq.

Lully, J.B., gavotte by, xxiv. 188-9

Lysaght, Sidney, xxv. 385-6, 388, 405, 415 & n. 1; books by, xxv. 390; visit from, xxv. 374

Macaire, play (with Henley), xxiv. 146, 147

Macbeth (Shakespeare), xxiv. 57

M'Carthy, Justin, xxiv. 173

McClure, S. S., publisher, relations with, xxiv. 234, 252, 321, 379; xxv. 120

McCrie, —, xxiii. 117

Macdonald, David, xxiii. 20

Macdonald, Flora, xxiii. 298

Macdonald, George, xxiv. 248

Macdonald, J. H. A., xxiii. 114

Macgregor, clan, xxv. 293, 346

M'Gregor-Stevenson connection, question of, xxv. 440

Mackay, Professor AEneas, xxiii. 282; letters to, xxiii. 309

Mackintosh family, xxiii. 169

M'Laren, Duncan, xxiii. 96, 97, 114

MacMahon, President, xxiii. 116

Macmillan, Alexander, xxiii. 151

Macmillan's Magazine, xxiii. intro. xvii. 204; contributions to, xxiii. 125, 149, 151

Macpherson, Miss Fanny (Lady Holroyd), xxv. 83 & n. 1

Madeira, plan to visit, xxiv. 328

"Mademoiselle Merquem" (Sand), xxiii. 87

Magazine of Art, contributions to, xxiii. 333-4; xxiv. 54, 57, 115, 181; xxv. 97, 123, 398, 423

Majendie, Colonel, xxiv. 283

"Malade Imaginaire" (Moliere), xxiv. 123

"Malbrook s'en va-t-en guerre," xxiii. 102

Malie, abode and following of Malietoa, xxv. 6, 9 et seq.

Malietoa Laupepa, xxv. 9, 176, 234, 466; friendliness with, xxv. 10; and Mataafa, troubles concerning, xxv. 6-9 et seq.

Manasquan, at, xxiv. 234, 286-8

Manchester Ship Canal, xxiv. 135

Manhattan, magazine, xxiv. 57, 90

"Manse, The," xxiii. 4; xxv. 301

Manu'a, islands of, "queen" of, xxv. 407-8

Marat, xxiv. 183

Marbot, "Memoires" of, xxv. 274, 321

"Marche funebre" (Chopin), xxiii. 139

Marcus Aurelius, xxiv. 183

"Marden, Colonel" (Clarissa Harlowe), xxiii. 210

"Margery Bonthron," xxiii. 171

"Marion," xxiii. 307

Mariposa, s.s., xxv. 346

"Markheim," xxiii. intro. xx., xxiii.; xxiv. 125, 213

"Marmont's Memoirs," xxiv. 134

Marot, Clement, poems by, xxiii. 108

"Marplot, The" (Lysaght), xxv. 390

Marquesas Islands, visited, xxiv. 290, 293, 371

Marryat, Captain, works by, ordered by R. L. S., xxiv. 338

Marseilles, at, xxiv. 5, 12-14, 98

Marshall Islands, visited, xxiv. 292

Martial, xxiv. 82

Martin, A. Patchett, letters to, xxiii. 208, 209

"Martin's Madonna," xxiii. 171

Marvell, Andrew, xxv. 46

Mary, Queen of Scots, xxiii. 62

"Mary Wollstonecraft" (Mrs. Pennell), xxiv. 149

"Master of Ballantrae," xxiii. intro. xxiii.; xxiv. 235, 265, 268-70, 274, 276, 278, 279, 291, 314, 317, 328, 338, 339, 346, 349, 360, 369, 370, 377, 398; xxv. 43, 171 & n. 2, 250, 357; illustrations, xxiv. 319, 320; original plan of, xxv. 396; paper on, xxv. 376; suggested French translation, xxv. 52

Mataafa, xxiv. 370; xxv. 176, 256; troubles concerning, xxv. 6-9 et seq., 93 et seq., 280, 332-3, 350; visits to, xxv. 193 et seq., 242; with Lady Jersey, xxv. 228 et seq.

Matlock, visited, xxiv. 105, 189

Maupassant, Guy de, xxiv. 383

Maxwell, Sir Herbert, xxv. 437; letters to, xxv. 440, 453

"Mazeppa" (Byron), xxiii. 132

Medallion portrait by St. Gaudens, xxv. 410

Medea (Ordered South), xxiii. 86 & n. 1

Mediterranean, impression of, xxiii. 104, 105

Meiklejohn, Hugh, xxv. 269, 450, 451

Meiklejohn, Professor John, xxiii. 263, 316; compliments on "Burns" article, xxiii. 241; letters to, xxiii. 263; xxv. 450

"Mein Herz ist im Hochland," xxiii. 41

Melford, xxiii. 56

Melville, Herman, xxiv. 295, 348, 381

"Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin," xxiv. 106-7, 150, 169, 174, 187, 225

"Memoirs of a Cavalier" (Defoe), xxiv. 101

"Memoirs of an Islet," essay, xxiii. 23

"Memoirs of Henry Shovel," unfinished, xxiv. 402

"Memorials" (Laing), xxv. 293

"Memorials of a Scottish Family," projected (see also "Family of Engineers"), xxiv. 279

"Memories and Portraits," xxiii. 56, 318 n. 1; xxiv. 96 n. 1, 214, 215, 230, 231, 257; xxv. 51, 53, 301 & n. 1

"Men and Books," xxiii. 86

Menken, Adah, xxiii. 275

Mentone, at, xxiii. 55, 77, 81 et seq., 143-4

Meredith, George, xxiii. 183, 311; xxiv. 97, 278 & n. 1; xxv. 351-2; letters to, xxv. 343, 390

"Merry Men, The," xxiii. 282, 316, 317, 321; xxiv. 35, 90, 125, 213, 215; xxv. 353; criticisms on, xxiii. 319; dedication, xxiv. 211; germ of, xxiii. 308; places described in, xxiii. 317

Michaels, barber, xxiii. 244

Michelet, —, xxv. 304

Middleton, Miss, letter to, xxv. 428

Millais, Sir John E., xxiv. 139; on R. L. S., as artist, xxiii. intro. xxx.

Milne, Mrs., letter to, xxiv. 70

Milson, John, xxiv. 130

"Mimes" (Schwob), xxv. 409

"Misadventure in France, A," essay, xxiv. 67-8

"Misadventures of John Nicholson" (Yule-Tide), xxiii. 12; xxiv. 211, 214; xxv. 57 & n. 1

"Miscellanies" (Edinburgh edition), xxv. 33, 376, 397 & n. 1, 424

"Miserables, Les" (V. Hugo), xxiii. 129 n. 1

Missions and missionary work, xxv. 10, n. 1, 33, 56, 57, 203, 410-11, 422

Moee, Princess, xxiv. 308, 309, 313

"Mobray" (Clarissa Harlowe), xxiii. 210

Moedestine, the donkey of the Cevennes journey, xxiii. 218

Moliere, xxiii. 69; plays, xxiv. 96, 123

"Moll Flanders" (Defoe), xxiv. 101

Molokai, visited, xxiv. 291, 345, 349 et seq., 356

Monaco, at, xxiii. 93

Monastier, visit to, xxiii. 217

Monkhouse, Cosmo, letters to, xxiv. 85, 95

Monroe, Miss, letters to, xxiv. 191, 193, 261

"Monsieur Auguste" (Mery), xxiii. 257, 258

Montagu, Basil, xxv. 29 n. 2

Montaigne, xxiv. 130, 144

Monterey, xxiv. 36; ranche life at, xxiii. 229, 234, 235, 236

"Monterey, California," xxiii. 241, 242

Montpellier, at, xxiv. 4

"Moonstone, The" (Wilkie Collins), xxiii. 18

Moors, H. J., xxiv. 292, 370, 371; xxv. 10, 28, 29, 30, 31, 40, 96, 107

"Morality, the, of the Profession of Letters" (Fortnightly), xxiii. 281

"More New Arabian Nights," xxiv. 106, 108, 114, 127, 139, 140, 142

Morley, Charles, of the Pall Mall Gazette, xxiv. 125

"Morley Ernstein" (G. P. R. James), xxiv. 75

Morley, John (Viscount Morley), xxiii. 127, 132, 226, 268

Morning Star, missionary ship, cruise in, projected, xxiv. 337, 338-9, 340, 343, 384

Morris, William, letter to, xxv. 162

Morse, Captain, xxv. 222

Morse, Miss, letter to, xxv. 253

Mount Chessie, xxiv. 44

Mount Saint Helena, xxiii. 277

Mount Vaea, burial-place of R. L. S., xxv. 9, 10, n. 1, 458 et seq.

Mulinuu, abode and party of Malietoa, xxv. 9 et seq., 107, 330, 332, 333, 370

"Mulvaney" (Soldiers Three), letter as from, xxv. 46

"Murder of Red Colin," projected, xxiii. 331

Murders, famous, volume on, projected by Gosse and R. L. S., xxiii. 338, 350

"Murders in the Rue Morgue" (Poe), xxiii. intro. xxiii

Mures, the, of Caldwell, xxv. 358

Murphy, Tommy, a lost child, story of, xxiii. 161, 162

Murrayfield, xxv. 57

Murray, Grahame, xxiii. 90

Murray, W. C., xxv. 69

Musset, Alfred de, comedies of, xxiii. 212

Mutiny, Indian, novel on, projected, xxiv. 283-4

"My Boy Tammie," air, xxiii. 113

"My First Book," series in Idler, xxv. 33, 376, 429

Myers, F. W. H., letter to, xxiv. 184

Napoleon III., xxv. 250, 319

Nares, Captain (The Wrecker), xxv. 269

Navigator Islands, xxiii. 180, 205; xxiv, 405

Navy, British, men of, xxv. 351-2

Nebraska, aspect of, xxiii. 233-4

Nerli, Count, xxv. 228

Neruda, Mme. Norman, xxiii. 169, 198

Nether Carsewell, xxv. 342, 346

"New Arabian Nights," xxiii. 185, 218; xxiv. 7, 256

New Caledonia, visited, xxiv. 293, 385, 392

"New Poems" (Edmund Gosse), xxiii. 245-6

Newport, U.S.A., at, xxiv. 233, 237-8, 255

New Quarterly, contributions to, xxiii. 237

New Review, contribution to, xxv. 18 n. 1

New Year's wish, a, xxiii. 212

New York, at, xxiv. 233-4, 238

New York Ledger, contribution to, xxiv. 361

New York Tribune, editor of, letter to, xxiv. 7

New Zealand, xxiv. 405

Nice, visits to, xxiii. 84; xxiv. 4, 6, 79, 92

Nile Campaigns, xxiv. 81

Noel-Pardon, M., xxiv. 394

"Noll and Nell," poem (Martin), xxiii. 210

"Norma," opera, xxiii. 252

"Northern Lights" (see also "Family of Engineers"), xxiii. 4, 10; xxv. 322

Norwood, at, xxiii. 57

"Note on Realism" (Magazine of Art), xxiv. 59, 62, 181

"Notes on the Movements of Young Children," xxiii. 133, 143 & n. 2

"Notre Dame" (Hugo), xxiii. 129 n. 1

Noumea, visited, xxiv. 293, 392, 396

Nukahiva Island, at, xxiv. 290, 293

Nulivae Bridge, at, xxv. 223

"Ode to Duty" (Wordsworth), xxv. 173 & n. 1

"Ode to the Cuckoo," authorship of, xxiii. 71, 72

O'Donovan Rossa, xxiii. 321

"OEdipus King" (Sophocles), xxiv. 114

"Olalla," xxiv. 106

Old English History (Freeman's), xxv. 117

"Old Gardener," xxv. 404

"Old Mortality" (Scott), xxiii. 129 n. 1; essay on, xxiv. 6, 68, 96

"Old Pacific Capital" (Fraser's Magazine), xxv. 97

Oliphant, Mrs., xxiv. 370, 382

Omission, art of, xxiv. 60

Omond, —, xxiv. 178

"Omoo" (Melville), xxiv. 348

"One of the Grenvilles" (Lysaght), xxv. 390

"Only Child," projected, xxiv. 99

"On the Enjoyment of Unpleasant Places," xxiii. 15, 151-3

"On the Principal Causes of Silting in Estuaries" (T. Stevenson), xxiv. 135

"On some Aspects of Burns" (Cornhill), xxiii. 224, 227

"On some Ghostly Companions at a Spa," xxiii. 285

"Operations of War" (Hamley), xxiii. intro. xxxiv.

Orange, at, xxiii. 80

"Ordered South," xxiii. intro. xxvii., 56, 77, 83, 86, 87 & n. 1, 116, 122, 126, 267; published, xxiii. 125

Organ-grinder episode, xxiii. 155-6

Ori a Ori, chief, xxiv. 291, 302, 304, 306-7, 309-10 et seq., 317, 334; letter from, xxiv. 332-3, 337

"Origines de la France Contemporaine" (Taine), xxiv. 258; xxv. 111-2, 319

"Origines" (Renan), xxv. 304

Orkneys and Shetlands, tour of, xxiii. 10, 24

Orlando, H.M.S., xxv. 329

Orr, Fred, letter to, xxv. 127

"Orsino" (Twelfth Night), R. L. S. as, xxiii. 175, 176

Osbourne, Lloyd, xxiii. intro. xvii., 300, 348 et seq.; xxiv. 28, 139, 178, 198, 199, 201, 290, 309, 323, 330, 341, 366, 392, 396, 399, 402; xxv. 3, 21 & n. 2, 50, 52, 67, 78, 96, 98, 99, 390, 445; account by, of death of R. L. S., xxv. 457 et seq.; collaboration with (see also "Wrecker"), xxiv. 235, 249, 250, 256, 283-4, 328, 361, 367, 379, 380, 389, 399, 402; xxv. 347-9, 437-8; illness, xxv. 152

Osbourne, Mrs., see Stevenson, Mrs. R. L.

Ossianic controversy, xxiii. 298

Othello (Shakespeare), xxv. 51

Otis, Captain, xxiv. 234, 290

Otway, essay on (Gosse), xxiv. 45

Our Lady of the Snows, monastery, poem on (Underwoods), xxiii. 221-2

"Owl, The," projected, xxv. 315 & n. 1

"Oxford Dictionary of the English Language" (Murray), xxiv. 37

P—N, John, letter to, xxv. 358

P—n, Russell, letter to, xxv. 359

Pacific Ocean, xxiii. 240

Pacific voyages, see "In the South Seas"

Page, H. A., pseudonym for Dr. Japp, q.v.

Pago-pago harbour, xxv. 8, 65

Painters and their art, xxiv. 60-1

"Painters' Camp, in the Highlands" (Hamerton), xxiii. 216

Pall Mall Gazette, contributions to, xxiii. 281, 346; xxiv. 120, 125, 130, 131, 227; xxv. 397; Henley's articles in, xxiii. 238

"Pan's Pipes," xxiii. 212; xxv. 301

Papeete (Tahitian Islands), xxiv. 291, 296, 308, 314

Paperchase, Sunday, xxv. 422

Paris Exhibition of 1878, xxiii. 183

Paris, visits to, xxiii. 183, 305; xxiv. 105, 107

Parker, Lieutenant and Mrs., xxv. 29

"Parliament Close" (Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh), xxiii. 216

Parliament House, Edinburgh, verses on, xxiii. 193-4

Parnessiens, proposed paper on, xxiii. 168

"Paston Letters," xxiii. 203

"Pastoral" (Longman's), xxiv. 221; xxv. 301

Paton, John, and Co., xxiv. 252

Paul, C. Kegan, xxiii. 212

Paumotus atolls, visited, xxiv. 290, 293-4

"Pavilion, The, on the Links," xxiii. 229, 238, 249, 256, 259, 262, 267

Payne, John, xxv. 427

Payn, James, xxiv. 355; handwriting of, xxv. 365; letters to, xxiv. 176, 355, 381; xxv. 425, 446; novel by, xxv. 171; works of, xxiv. 7-9

"Pearl Fisher" (with Lloyd Osbourne, see "Ebb Tide"), changes of name for story, xxv. 288 et seq.

"Pegfurth Bannatyne," xxiii. 361, 362

Pella, letter from, xxiii. 115, 128

Pembroke, Earl of, xxv. 290

"Penn" (H. Dixon), xxiii. 277

Pennell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, xxiv. 149; letter to, xxiv. 149

Penn, William, article on, projected, xxiii. 265

"Penny plain and Twopence coloured," essay, xxiv. 93

"Penny Whistles," see "Child's Garden of Verse"

"Pentland Hills" (Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh), xxiii. 216

"Pentland Rising," xxv. 397

Penzance, visit to, xxiii. 206

Pepys, Samuel, xxiv. 29, 183; essay on, xxiii. 281

"Petit Jehan de Saintre" (La Sale), essay on projected, xxiii. 267

"Petits Poemes en Prose," xxiii. 195, 196, 197

"Petronius Arbiter," xxiv. 83

"Pew" (Admiral Guinea), xxiv. 119, 120

Peyrat, Napoleon, xxiii. 307

Pharos, s.y., xxv. 98 & n. 1

"Phasellulus loquitur," xxiv. 116

Pheidias, xxiii. 159

"Philosophy of Umbrellas" (with Ferrier), xxv. 398

Picts, the, xxv. 434-6

"Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh," xxiii. 185, 211, 216, 218

"Pilgrim's Progress" (Bunyan), xxiii. 203; Bagster's edition, essay on cuts in, xxiii. 334

Pilsach, Baron Senfft von, President of the Council, Samoa, xxv. 7, 95 et seq., 100-1, 275, 281, 286, 305, 364, 376

"Pinkerton" (Wrecker), xxiv. 368; xxv. 141 & n. 1, 146, 378

"Pioneering in New Guinea" (Chalmers), xxv. 39

Piquet, xxv. 428

"Pirate, The" (Marryat), xxiii. 329

"Pirate, The" (Scott), xxiii. 318

"Pirbright Smith," xxiii. 361

"Pitcairn's Criminal Trials of Scotland," xxv. 271, 293

Pitlochry, at, xxiii. 282, 306

"Plain Speaker" (Hazlitt), xxiv. 130

Platz, Herr, xxiv. 194

Poe, Edgar, xxiii. intro. xxiii., 166; xxiv. 83

Poems by Baildon, technique discussed, xxv. 377

Poepoe, Joseph, xxiv. 330

Poland, projected visit to, xxiii. 151, 152, 155

Pollington, Lord, xxiv. 260

Pollock, ——, xxiv. 36

Pomare V., King, xxiv. 309

Poor folk, charity of, xxv. 209-10

"Poor Thing, The," xxiii. 141

Poquelin, ——, xxiv. 123

Portfolio, The, xxiii. intro. xvii.; contributions to, xxiii. 58, 77, 141, 146, 151, 152, 153, 164, 166, 168, 185, 216; xxv. 397-8; Colvin's work for, xxiii. 178

Portobello, beach incident, xxiii. 73; train incident, xxiii. 63

"Portrait of a Lady" (H. James), xxiv. 263

Positivism, studies in, xxiii. 159

Pratt, ——, fables by, xxv. 49

"Prince de Galles," xxiii., 356

"Prince of Gruenewald," see "Prince Otto"

"Prince Otto" (Forest State q.v.), xxiii. 229, 265, 266, 267, 278, 353; xxiv. 5, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36, 54, 66, 68, 73, 81, 106, 110, 142, 154, 173, 181; xxv. 53, 376; criticisms, xxiv. 191; publication, xxiv. 138; reviews, xxiv. 155-6

"Princess Casamassima" (H. James), xxiv. 160 n. 1

Princes Street, Edinburgh, xxiii. 72, 74

Pringle, Janet, xxv. 361

"Printemps, Le," group (Rodin), xxiv. 202, 209

Prisoners, Samoan, gratitude of, see "Road of Loving Hearts"

Privateers, enquiry on, xxv. 380 & n. 1

Proctor, Mr. B. W., xxv. 29 & n. 2

"Professor Rensselaer," xxiii. 249

Pronouns, "direct and indirect," quip on, xxv. 174

"Providence and the Guitar," xxiii. intro. xx., 185, 219, 248, 268

Publishers, xxv. 123-5

"Pulvis et Umbra" (Scribner's), xxiv. 235, 253, 264, 274,284, 384; xxv. 123 & n. 1

"Pupil, The" (H. James), xxv. 132

Purcell, Rev. ——, xxiii. 332-3; xxiv. 159

Purple passages in literature, xxv. 72-3

"Pye," ——, xxv. 30

Pyle, Howard, xxv. 164 n. 1

Queen, ship, xxv. 353

Queensferry, xxiii. 68, 69

Queen's River, xxv. 417

"Quentin Durward" (Scott), xxiii. 129 n. 1; xxiv. 91

"RAB and his Friends" (Brown) xxiii. 296

Raiatea, xxiv. 308 et seq.

Raleigh, Walter, on restrained egoism in literature, xxiii. intro. xxvi., xxvii.

"Randal" (The Ebb Tide), xxv. 187

"Random Memories: the Coast of Fife" (Scribner's), xxiii. 12, 15; xxiv. 235, 387; xxv. 97, 301

Rarotonga, xxv. 269

"Raskolnikoff" (Le Crime et le Chatiment), xxiv. 182

Rawlinson, Miss, letters to, xxiv. 227; xxv. 274; verses to, xxiv. 227

Rawlinson, Mrs., xxiv. 227

Reade, Charles, xxiii. 129 n. 1

"Real Thing" (H. James), xxv. 322

"Redgauntlet" (Scott), xxiii. intro. xxiii., 287 n. 1

Reformation, studies in, xxiii. 159

"Refugees" (Doyle), xxv. 340

Reid, Captain Mayne, works of, xxv. 13

"Reign of Law" (Duke of Argyll), xxiii. 67 & n. 1

"Rembrandt," article on, by Colvin (Edinburgh Review), xxiii. 225

"Reminiscences" (Carlyle), xxiii. 301

Remy, Pere, xxv. 327

Renaissance story, projected, xxiii. 167, 168

Renan, Ernest, works, xxv. 304

Rennie, John, xxiv. 121

Resignation, xxiv. 62, 76 et seq.

"Restoration Dramatists," essay on (Lamb), xxiv. 85

Retrospective musings, xxv. 437-8

Revenge, Christian doctrine of, xxiii. 214

Rhone, the, xxiii. 79

"Richard Feverel" (Meredith), xxv. 265

Richard III. (Shakespeare), xxiv. 398; xxv. 51

Richardson, Samuel, novelist, xxiii. 129 n. 1

Richmond, Sir W. B., xxiv. 107; portrait by, xxiv. 202

Richmond, s.s., xxiv. 337, 343

Richmond, stay at, xxiv. 104

"Rideau Cramoisi, Le" (d'Aurevilly), xxv. 314, 380

Ringarooma, ship, xxv. 268-9

"Rising Sun," projected, xxiv. 403

"Ritter von dem heiligen Geist" (Heine), xxiii. 88 & n. 1

R. L. S. Society, Cincinnati, xxv. 384

"R. L. Stevenson in Wick" (Margaret H. Roberton), xxiii. 15 n. 1

"Roads," paper on, xxiii. 55, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 67, 76, 77, 117, 119, 121, 141, 143, 201; xxv. 397-8

"Road, the, of Loving Hearts," xxv. 374, 431 et seq., 441, 442, 446, 459 et seq.; inscription on, xxv. 441, 446; speech by R. L. S. at opening of, xxv. 441, 446, 462 et seq.

Robert, Louis, xxiv. 28

Roberts, Earl, xxiv. 81

Robertson, —, xxiii. 117

Robertson's Sermons, xxiv, 268

Robinet, —, painter, xxiii. 98, 99

"Robin Run-the-Hedge," unfinished, xxiv. 402

"Robinson Crusoe" (Defoe), xxiv. 101, 103

Rob Roy, xxv. 293

"Rob Roy" (Scott), xxiv. 91

"Rocambole" (Ponson du Terrail), xxiii. 254

Roch, Valentine, xxiv. 110, 238 et passim

"Roderick Hudson" (H. James), xxiv. 262-3, 265

Rodin, Auguste, sculptor, xxiv. 107, 202; letters to, xxiv. 209, 216

Rodriguez Albano, xxiii. 244

"Rois en Exil" (Daudet), xxiii. 346

"Romance" (Longman's), xxiv. 181

Roman Law, studies in, xxiii. 126

Rondeaux, xxiii. 188-9

"Rosa Quo Locorum," xxv. 33

"Rose," character of (Meredith), xxiv. 97

"Rosen, Countess von" (Forest State), xxiii. 266

Ross, Dr. Fairfax, xxv. 348 & n. 1, 350

Ross family, xxiii. 28

Ross of Mull, used in "The Merry Men," xxiii. 41

Rossetti, D. G., xxiv. 239

Ross, Rev. Alexander and Mrs., xxiii. 27

Rothschild, Baron, xxiii. 195

"Rover," verses (Gosse), xxiv. 27

Rowfant, xxiv. 215

"Rowfant Rhymes" (Locker-Lampson), xxiv. 205

Royal Society of Edinburgh, xxiv. 118, 135

Royat, visits to, actual and projected, xxiv. 39, 98, 99 et seq.; xxv. 105, 131

Ruedi, Dr., xxiii. 297

Rui = Louis, in Samoan pronunciation, xxiv. 307, 310 et alibi

Ruskin, John, xxiii. 117; xxv. 397

Russel family, xxiii. 21, 22

Russel, Miss Sara, xxiii. 21, 22

Russel, Mrs., xxiii. 22

Russel, Sheriff, xxiii. 21, 22

Ruysdael, —, painting by, xxiii. 178

Sachsenhausen, xxiii. 43

Sagas, love of, xxiii. 332; xxiv. 207; xxv. 162, 211

"St. Agnes' Eve" (Keats), xxiv. 170

St. Augustine, xxiii. intro. xxiv.

St. Gaudens, Augustus, sculptor, xxiv. 170, 234, 238, 390; xxv. 25; letters to, xxv. 308, 341, 410; medallion portrait by, xxiv. 238-9, 250, 255

St. Gaudens, Homer, letters to, xxiv. 287

St. Germain, at, xxiii. 305

"St. Ives," xxv. 281, 347-8, 371, 375, 380 & n. 1, 387, 392, 403, 405, 414, 430, 450; inception of, xxv. 285-6; parallel to, xxv. 442; scheme for, xxv. 287

St. John, apostle, and the Revelation (in Renan's book), xxv. 304

St. Paul, xxv. 304; teaching of, xxiii. 214

Saintsbury, Professor G., xxiii. 307

Salvini, T., article on, xxiv. 72

Samoa and the Samoans for children (letters to Miss Boodle on), xxv. 147, 217, 243

Samoa, climate of, xxv. 250, 278, 333, 348 n. 1, 350, 419 contrasted with Europe, xxv. 355 exile in, xxv. 349 letters from, xxv. 9 et seq. missionary work, in, interest in, xxv. 10 & n. 1; xxv. 33, 56, 57 rain in, xxv. 443-4 rivers of, xxv. 132-3 et seq. visit to, and settlement in, xxiv. 290 et seq. war trouble in, projected work on, xxiv. 370, 379, 380

Samoan character, xxv. 381, 432 chiefs, road made by, see "Road of Loving Hearts" history, see "Footnote to History" language, xxv. 49; study of, xxv. 181, 203 politics, apologies for dwelling on, xxv. 388, 445; interest in. xxv. 4 et passim prisoners (chiefs), see "Road of Loving Hearts"

Samoa Times, xxiv. 392

"Samuel Pepys," essay (Cornhill), xxiii. 281

Sanchez, Adolpho, xxiii. 240

Sanchez, Mrs., xxv. 257

Sand, George, writings of, xxiii. 87

Sandwich Islands, xxiv. 292, 340

"San Francisco," xxiii. 342

San Francisco, stay at, and visits to, xxiii. 229, 230; xxiv. 234, 283, 286, 289, 290

"Sannazzaro," xxiii. 167

Saone and Rhone, projected journey down and book on, xxiv. 98, 99

Saranac Lake, at, xxiv. 233-4, 240 et seq.; xxv. 123 n. 1

Sargent, John S., artist, xxiv. 105, 167; portrait by, xxiv. 117, 155

Saturday Review, xxiii. 58, 69, 77

Savage Island, at, xxiv. 387

Savile Club, the, xxiii. 124, 127, 133, 186, 263; xxiv. 187

Schmidt, Emil, President of Council, Samoa, xxv. 416, 424

"Schooner Farallone," see "Ebb Tide"

Schopenhauer, studies in, xxiii. 159

Schwob, Marcel, letters to, xxiv. 327, 397; xxv. 51, 409

Sciatica, xxiv. 92

"Scotch Church and Union" (Defoe), xxiv. 101

Scotch labourer and politics, xxiii. 61

Scotch murder trials, books on, asked for, xxv. 271

Scotch songs, Russian pleasure in, xxiii. 113

"Scotland and the Union," projected, xxiii. 297

Scotland, last visit, xxiv. 227

Scotland, whisky, etc., of, xxiii. 41

Scotsman, xxv. 398

Scots Observer, contribution to, xxv. 174

"Scots wha hae," air, xxiii. 113

Scott, Dr., letter to, xxiv. 374

Scott, Sir Walter (see also Waverley Novels), xxiii. 65 & n. 1, 111, 130 n. 1, 264, 333; xxiv. 75, 76, 84, 91, 382; xxv. 86, 110, 154, 164, 167,371; love of action, xxiii. intro. xxxiv.; nobility of character, xxiii. intro. xxxv.; novels, xxv. 24; novels contrasted with R. L. S.'s, xxiii. intro. xxiii.

Scribner, C., xxiv. 233, 253-4, 390; xxv. 25, 380, 392; letters to, xxiv. 252

Scribner, Messrs., verse published by, xxiv. 395

Scribner's Magazine, xxiv. 110, 142, 253, 258; contributions, actual and suggested, xxiv. 233, 235, 239, 240, 247, 252, 268, 277, 287, 367, 377 et seq., 387, 393; xxv. 86, 97, 110, 115, 171 n. 1

"Sea-Cook, The" (see also "Treasure Island"), xxiii. 326-7

Sedan, xxv. 250, 318

Seed, Hon. J., xxiii. 179; xxiv. 405

Seeley, Professor, style of, xxiv. 55-6

Seeley, Richmond, publisher and editor (see also "Portfolio"), xxiii. intro. xvii., 141, 142, 143, 148, 398

Sellar, Mrs., xxiii. 115

"Sensations d'Italie" (Bourget), xxv. 127, 130-1

"Sentimental Journey" (Sterne), xxiii. intro. xxiii.

"Sentimental Tommy" (Barrie), xxv. 419 & n. 1

Seraphina (see also "Prince Otto"), xxiii. intro. xx.

"Service of Man" (Cotter Morison), xxiv. 219-20

Seumanutafa, Chief, of Apia, xxv. 26, 48-9, 105

"Seventeenth Century Studies" (Gosse), xxiv. 45

Sewall, Mr., American Consul at Samoa, xxv. 4, 29, 58, 65-6

"Shadow, The, on the Bed" (Mrs. R. L. S.), xxiii. 308, 316, 321

Shairp, Professor, xxiii. 191, 263

Shaltigoe, wreck at, xxiii. 22

Shannon, W. J., xxiii. 332-3

Shaw, Bernard, appreciation of, xxiv. 270-1

Shelley, Lady, xxiv. 105, 149, 177, 179, 211; xxv. 131

"Shelley Papers" (Dowden), xxiv. 211, 212

Shelley, P. B., xxiv. 177-8, 212; 372, 373-4; and Keats, xxiv. 211

Shelley, Sir P. B., xxiv. 177-8, 211, 373; xxv. 458

"Sherlock Holmes" (Doyle), xxv. 299

Shetland, visited, xxiii. 10, 24

"Shovels of Newton French," projected, xxv. 5, 55-6, 82-3, 172

Sick child, episode of, xxiii. 230, 269

"Sign of the ship" causerie (Lang), xxiv. 278, 388

"Sigurd" (W. Morris), xxiii. 334; xxv. 162

Silverado, life at, xxiii. 278

"Silverado Squatters," xxiii. 230, 279, 283, 352, 355; xxiv. 5, 26, 27, 30 & n. 1, 34, 56, 66, 67, 73, 92; xxv. 423; serial issue of, xxiv. 55

"Silver Ship," see "Casco"

Simoneau, Jules, xxiii. 239, 240, 244; xxiv. 423; letters to, xxiv. 36, 41

Simoneau, Mrs., xxiv. 42

"Simon Fraser" (Catriona), xxv. 351 & n. 1

Simpson, Sir Walter, xxiii. 36,43, 46, 49, 69, 89, 124, 159, 174, 182, 187, 259, 341, 353; xxiv. 47; letter to, xxiv. 117, 229, 242; yachting trip with, xxiii. 124, 139, 140

Simson, Dr., xxiv. 91

Sinclair, Miss Amy, xxiii. 24, 27-8

Sinclair, Sir Tollemache, xxiii. 27

Sinico, —, singer, xxiii. 166

"Sire de Maletroit's Door," xiii. 184, 206, 207, 211, 248

Siron, aubergiste, Barbizon, xxiii. 187

Sitwell, Mrs. (see also Colvin, Lady), xxiii. 54, 300; xxiv. 335; xxv. 85; letter to, from Mrs. R. L. Stevenson, xxiv. 331; letters to, from R. L. S., xxiii. 57, 58, 61, 63, 66, 68, 71, 74, 77, 83, 86, 91, 93, 101, 103, 104, 110, 115, 121, 125, 127, 131, 133, 137, 139, 140, 144, 148, 149, 151, 153, 155, 156, 158, 161, 164, 166, 168, 171, 174, 175, 177, 180 bis, 181, 187, 189, 197, 198, 200, 203, 205, 207, 323; xxiv. 24; xxv. 393

Skelt, xxiv. 57, 93

Skene, William Forbes, xxv. 434-5

Skerryvore, article on (Archer), xxiv. 305

"Skerryvore" (house), xxiv. 105, 109, 141, 196, 252; xxv. 31 n. 2, 75

Skinner, Mr., xxv. 413

Slade School, xxiv. 39

"Sleeper Awakened," xxv. 314 & n. 1

Smeoroch, Skye terrier, xxiv. 77 & n. 1; xxv. 429

Smiles, Samuel, xxiv. 121

Smith, Adam, xxiii. 72

Smith, Captain, xxiii. 235

Smith, Rev. George, xxiii. 4; xxiv. 265 n. 1

Soalu, Chief, xxv. 460

Society for Psychical Research, Journals of, xxv. 299

"Soldiers Three" (Kipling), xxv. 46

"Solemn Music" (Milton), xxiii. 294

"Solomon Crabb," xxiii. 343-4

"Solution, The" (Lesson of the Master, H. James), xxiv. 382

"Song at the Feast of Brougham Castle" (Wordsworth), xxiii. 315 & n. 1

"Song of To-morrow," xxiii. 141

"Songs of Scotland without words, for the Pianoforte" (Surrenne), xxiii. 113

"Songs of Travel," xxiv. 190, 239, 337, 362, 375, 378, 395; xxv. 349 & n. 1

"Sonnet to England" (Martin), xxiii. 210

"Sophia Scarlett," proposed, xxv. 144, 152-3, 172, 187, 281

Sophocles, translation (Campbell), xxiv. 113

Sorrow, discipline of, xxiv. 163

Soudan affairs, xxiv. 107

Southey, R., xxiii. 302

"South Sea Ballads," xxiv. 298-9, 317, 321, 380, 395, 399

"South Sea Bubble" (Earl of Pembroke), xxv. 153 n. 1; on Kava, xxv. 183 n. 1; on Samoan streams, xxiv. 133 n. 1

"South Sea Idylls" (Stoddard), xxiv. 180

South Sea Islands, call of, xxiii. 180, 205

"South Sea Letters," published first as "The South Seas," later as "In the South Seas," q.v.; selection from, projected, xxv. 423

South Seas, cruises in, xxiv. 233 et seq., 286 et seq.

"South Sea Yarns" (with Lloyd Osbourne), projected, xxiv. 361, 367, 379; xxv. 397

Spain, xxiii. 119

Spectator, xxiii. 239, 264; xxv. 58

"Spectator" (Addison's), style of, xxiii. 252

Speculative Society, Edinburgh University, xxiii. 35, 64, 184, 312; xxiv. 178

Speed, —, xxv. 210

Spencer, —, xxv. 74-5

Spencer, Herbert, xxiii. 169

Sperber, German warship, xxv. 29

Speyside, in, xxiii. 284

"Spring Sorrow" (Henley), xxiii. 186

"Spring time," xxiii. 191, 193, 196, 197, 202

"Squaw Men," projected, xxiii. 329

"Squire" (Story of a Lie), xxiii. 249

"Squire Trelawney" (Treasure Island), xxiii. 326-7

Stansfield, —, xxv. 269

"Stepfather's Story," projected, xxiii. 207

Stephen, Leslie, xxiii. intro. xvii., 174, 184, 205, 206, 207, 241, 256, 257, 264, 267, 302, 311; xxiv. 47; letter from with appreciation of "Victor Hugo," xxiii. 129 et seq. & n. 1; introduction by, of R. L. S. and Henley, xxiii. 172; on "Forest Notes," xxiii. 201, 202; testimonial from, xxiii. 316

Stephenson, —, xxiii. 25

Sterne, Laurence, xxiii. intro. xxiii.

Stevenson, Alan, xxv. 335, 401, 436

Stevenson family, inquiries concerning, xxv. 293, 335, 342, 357, 399, 435-7

Stevenson, Hugh, xxv. 335

Stevenson, James, xxv. 334

Stevenson, James S., letter to, xxv. 334, 342

Stevenson, J. Horne, xxv. 293, 345, 435; letter to, xxv. 357

Stevenson, John, xxv. 358

Stevenson, Katharine (see also de Mattos), xxiii. 138

Stevenson, Macgregor, xxv. 293

Stevenson, Mrs. Alan, xxv. 110, 436

Stevenson, Mrs. R. L., xxiv. 234, 247-8, 251, 256, 258-9, 275, 282, 291-2, 323, 330-1, 341-2, 390; xxv. 29, 30, 31, 38, 249-50, 371, 377; character, xxiii. 279-80; first meeting, xxiii. 183, 228; marriage, xxiii. 228 et seq., 260, 262, 268, 270, 272, 274; xxiv. 105; collaboration with R. L. S., xxiii. 282; letter to, on avoiding the infliction of pain in literary work, xxiii. intro. xxvi.; story by (see "Shadow on the Bed"); ill health and illness of, xxiii. 280, 283-4, 320-1,355; xxv. 146, 280, 297 et seq., 320-1 et alibi; letter to, xxiv. 349; letters from, to S. Colvin, xxiv. 309, 347, to Mrs. Sitwell, xxiv. 331, to J. A. Symonds, xxiv. 11

Stevenson, Mrs. Thomas (nee Balfour), xxiii. 4, 6, 148; xxiv. 39, 147, 199, 216, 220, 234, 248, 251, 258, 276, 280, 290, 291, 309, 310, 314, 323, 331, 336, 341, 343, 366, 375, 405; xxv. 3, 31, 50, 53, 193 et seq., 259, 282, 403, 406, 416; letters to, xxiii. 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 24, 36, 38, 39, 44, 56, 81, 94, 96, 97, 99, 107, 112, 116, 117, 118, 120, 187, 215, 216, 218, 298, 337, 354; xxiv. 9, 21, 66, 76, 202, 383; settled in Samoa, xxv. 76, 78

Stevenson, Mrs. Thomas, and Thomas Stevenson, letters to (jointly), see Stevenson, Thomas, infra

Stevenson, name, query on to Sir H. Maxwell, xxv. 440

Stevenson, Robert, xxiii. 4, 13, 160, 200; xxiv. 359; xxv. 87, 95, 98, 120, 310, 315, 401, and see "Family of Engineers"

Stevenson, Robert (the first), xxv. 335

Stevenson, Robert Alan Mowbray (Bob), xxiii. 49, 57, 58, 83, 103, 105, 109, 110, 124, 133, 135, 137, 138, 140, 149, 174, 183, 187, 239, 308, 341; xxiv. 3, 69, 89, 124, 167, 196, 328 & n. 1; letters to, xxiii. 356; xxiv. 8, 59, 196, 198, 240, 323; xxv. 398, 401, 434

Stevenson, Robert Louis Balfour ("R. L. S."), ancestry, xxiii. 4, 5; appearance, xxiii. intro. xxxviii.; appreciation of, by Lysaght, xxv. 415 n. 1; appreciation of his own literary skill, xxv. 443; characteristics and habitudes, xxiii. intro. xxii., xxvi. et seq., 8-12, 186; xxiv. 296; xxv. 33, 415, n. 1; charm, xxiii. intro. xxiii., xxvi., xxvii.-ix., xxxi., 55; xxv. 415; conversation, xxiii. intro. xxxi., 9. 123; help derived from writings of, xxii., intro. xxix., 253-4; interest in missionary work, xxv. 10 & n. 1, 33, 56, 57; interest in music, xxiv. 188-9, 196 et seq., 285, 302; xxv. 85, 92, 125, 185; literary style and methods, xxiii. intro. xix. et seq.; xxv. 173; political views, xxiv. 107-8; portraits, busts, photographs of, xxiv. 117, 154, 170, 177, 199, 202, 238-9, 250, 255; xxv. 309, 310, 341, 353 & n. 1; relations with his father, xxiv. 5, 6 et alibi; religious views, xxiii. intro. xxxii., 11, 12, 53-4, 67

Life, 1850-57, Birth and Early delicacy, xxiii. 5

1858-67, Education and home life and early travels, xxiii. 6-8

1868-70, Engineering studies, xxiii. 10

1871-4, Law studies, religious differences with parents, xxiii. 10-12

1874-5 (May to June), Law studies, home life, experimental literature, travels, home and foreign, and friendships, xxiii. 123-4

1875-79 (July to July), Bar studies concluded, travels in France and Germany, life at the bar abandoned for literature; Fontainebleau again, xxiii. 182-3; early journalistic and other writing, xxiii. 184-5

1879-1880 (July to July), Californian visit, hardships, illness, marriage, xxiii. 228-30

1880, Aug.-1882, Oct., Home from California, xxiii. 279; summers in Scotland, xxiii. 279-80; winters at Davos, and literary work, xxiii. 280, 283

1882, Oct.-1884, Aug., The Riviera again, Montpellier and Marseilles, Nice, xxiv. 5; Hyeres home life, happier relations with parents, illness and literary work, letters, xxiv. 3-5

1874, Sept.-1887, Aug., Bournemouth homes—"Skerryvore," invalid life, friendships, and literary work, xxiv. 104-9; visit to Paris, schemes for life in Ireland, xxiv. 108; death of his father, and departure for Colorado, xxiv. 110

1887, Aug.-1888, June, Voyage to New York and reception there, friends new and old, stay in the Adirondacks, journey to San Francisco, xxiv. 233-4

1888, June-1890, Oct., Voyages in the Pacific, xxiv. 290-3; settlement at Vailima, xxiv. 291-2; controversy about Father Damien, xxiv. 292

1890, Nov.-1891, Dec., First year at Vailima, Samoan politics, letters on, to The Times—building of the first Vailima house, xxv. 3-8

1892, Jan. to Dec., Life at Vailima, second year, visitors, enlargement of the house, Samoan politics, threatened deportation, xxv. 144-6

1893, Jan. to Dec., Life at Vailima, third year, the addition to the house completed, Samoan politics, proclamation aimed at him, illness of Mrs. R. L. Stevenson, trips to Sydney, to Honolulu, to New Zealand, outbreak of war, financial anxieties, signs of life-weariness, xxv. 280-2

1894, Jan. to Dec., fourth year at Vailima, illness and recovery, loss of literary facility, financial position, visitors, xxv. 373-5; the making of the Road of Gratitude, xxv. 374, 432 et seq., 441, 446; speech and feast to the chiefs, xxv. 441, 446, 462 et seq.; sudden death and burial, xxv. 8, 10 n. 1, 375; account of, by Lloyd Osbourne, xxv. 457 et seq.; epitaph, xxiii. 268; xxv. 375

Stevenson, Thomas, xxii. 4, 5, 11, 12, 20, 24, 146, 148, 180, 260, 261 & n. 1, 279, 285, 298, 328, 347, 353; xxiv. 5, 6, 39, 58, 105, 107, 108, 118, 119, 135, 138, 147, 161, 187, 188, 189, 196, 199, 210, 216, 220, 234, 276, 280, 365, 405; xxv. 335, 382, 401; affection for Mrs. R. L. S., xxiii. 279; gift to her of a Bournemouth house, xxiv. 105; biographical essay on, xxiii. 21; letters to, xxiii. 13, 42, 111, 113, 213, 290, 330; xxiv. 9, 22, 62, 74, 90, 118, 119, 137, 159, 179, 190, 201; Memories of, xxv. 413; misunderstandings with, xxiii. intro. xvii., 11, 12, 55, 67; religious views, xxiii. 11, 12, 52, 67; death, xxiii. 5; xxiv. 109, 227

and Mrs. Thomas Stevenson, joint letters to, xxiii. 215, 296, 305; xxiv. 27, 75, 76, 78, 100, 110, 130, 168, 199

"Stewart, Alan Breck," xxv. 46-8

Stewart, James (see Appin murder)

Stewart, Miss (Bathgate), xxiii. 227

Stewart, Sir Herbert, xxiv. 81

Stewart's plantation, Tahiti, xxv. 153 & n. 1

"Stickit Minister" (Crockett), dedication of, xxv. 349 & n. 1

Stobo Manse, at, xxiii. 284, 357

Stockton, F. R., verse to, xxiv. 125

Stoddard, Charles Warren, xxv. 267; letters to, xxiii. 275, 294; xxiv, 180

"Stories and Interludes" (Barry Pain), xxv. 215

"Stories," or "A Story Book," projected, xxiii. 249

Storm, ideas on, xxiii. 150

"Story of a Lie," xxiii. 12, 229, 230, 235, 237, 247, 249; xxiv. 90

"Strange Adventures of Mr. Nehemiah Solny," projected, xxiii. 170

"Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," xxiii. intro. xxiii.; xxiv. 106, 169, 171, 182, 233, 253, 398; xxv. 289; publication, xxiv. 166; dedication, xxiv. 167; criticisms, xxiv. 184

Strathpeffer, at, xxiii. 280, 284, 285

Streams, Samoan, peculiarities of, xxv. 36

Strong, Austin, xxiv. 151, 341; xxv. 92, 117, 249 & n. 1, 269 & n. 1, 389, 403, 446

Strong, Mrs., xxiv. 325 & n. 1, 341; xxv. passim; letter to, xxiii. 286

Stuebel, Dr., German Consul, xxv. 35, 41 & n. 1, 141

Sturgis, Mrs., xxv. 391

"Subpriorsford," nickname for Vailima, xxv. 165, 170

"Such is Life," poem (Martin), xxiii. 209

Sudbury, Suffolk, at, xxiii. 56

Suffering, value of, xxiii. 251

Suffolk, peasantry, xxiii. 61

"Suicide Club," xxiii. intro. xx., 356

Sullivan, Russell, xxv. 25

Sunrise, tonic of, xxv. 401

Sutherland, Mr., xxiii. 15

Sutherland, Mrs., xxiii. 22

Swan, Professor, xxiii. 193; xxiv. 143; xxv. 315

Swanston Cottage, Lothianburn, xxiii. 8, 123, 126 et seq., 312

"Sweet Girl Graduate, A," and other poems (Martin), xxiii. 208-9

Swift, Dr. and Mrs., of Molokai, xxiv. 351-2

Swinburne, A. C., poems, xxv. 390

Sydney, N.S.W., visits to, and illnesses at, xxiv. 292-3, 325, 375, 382 et seq., 394; xxv. 4, 38, n. 1, 53 et seq., 61, 77, 81, 208, 288-9, 296

Symonds, J. A., xxiii. 281, 304, 311, 317, 334, 341, 351, 361; xxiv. 142; dedication of book by, xxv. 454; epithet of, for R. L. S., xxiii. intro. xxvi.; letter to, from Mrs. R. L. Stevenson, xxiv. 11; letters to, xxiv. 182, 254, 304; on Southey, xxiii. 302; death of, xxv. 317 & n. 1

"Table Talk" (Hazlitt), xxiv. 130

Tacitus, xxiv. 83

Tahiti, xxiv. 291, 371

Tahitian Islands, xxiv. 293; stay in, xxiv. 291, 296 et seq.

Tait, Professor, xxiv. 118

"Tales and Fantasies," xxv. 397.

"Tales for Winter Nights," projected title, xxiii. 316, 318

"Tales of a Grandfather" (Scott), xxv. 117

"Tales of my Grandfather" (see also "Family of Engineers"), xxv. 110

"Talk and Talkers" (Cornhill), xxiii. 283, 341, 349; xxiv. 138

Tamasese, xxiv. 371; xxv. 67, 351

Tamate, see Chalmers

Tati, high chief of the Tevas, xxiv. 317

Tauchnitz, Baron, and "Footnote," xxv. 346

Tautira, at, xxiv. 291, 302 et seq., 317

Taylor, Ida and Una, xxiv. 105, 372, 374

Taylor, Lady, xxiv. 105, 180; xxv. 203; death of, xxv. 254; letters to, xxiv. 211, 212, 286, 357, 372

Taylor, Miss, xxv. 364; letter to, xxv. 254

Taylor, Sir Henry, xxiv. 145, 180

Tembinoka, King of Apemama, xxiv. 358-9, 368, 400; verses to, xxiv. 378, 380

Temple Bar, contributions to, xxiii. 184, 206, 207, 211

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord (see also "Becket"), xxiv. 205

"Tentation de St. Antoine" (Flaubert), xxiii. 150

Teriitera, Samoan name of R. L. S., xxiv. 308, 310, 317, 321

"Tess of the D'Urbervilles" (Hardy), xxv. 266 n. 1, 296

Thackeray, W. M., xxv. 154

"Theatrical World" (Archer), xxv. 384

"Therese Raquin" (Zola), xxiv. 57

"The Tempest" (Shakespeare), xxiv. 96

"Thomas Haggard" (Window in Thrums), xxv. 276

Thomson, Maggie, xxiii. 25

Thomson, Mr., xxiii. 8

"Thomson," pseudonym, letters in character of and as to, xxiv. 14, 121, 122

Thoreau, Henry David, essay on (Familiar Studies), xxiii. 226, 229, 252, 255, 262, 263, 265, 273; xxiv. 149, 158; criticisms on, xxiii. 322

"Thoughts on Literature as an Art," xxiii. 266

"Thrawn Janet" (Cornhill), xxiii. 282, 308, 316, 321; xxiv. 90; xxv. 295

"Tibby Birse" (Window in Thrums), xxv. 276, 362 n. 1

Time, Archer's criticisms in, xxiv. 156, 159, 160, 161

"Time" (Milton), xxiii. 294

Times, The, letters to, on Samoan affairs, xxv. 7, 94, 98, 119, 137, 145, 212, 376, 386, 387

Todd, John, xxiv. 221

Todd, Mrs., xxiv. 221

"Tod Lapraik" (Catriona), xxv. 294-5

"Tommy Haddon" (Wrecker), xxv. 268 & n. 1

"Toothache, The" (Burns), xxiv. 256

"Torn Surplice, The," suggested title, xxiii. 321

Torquay, at, xxiv. 109

Torrence, Rev. ——, xxiii. 181

"Touchstone, The," xxiii. 141

Tourgenieff, ——, xxiii. 222

"Tourgue, la" ("Quatre-vingt Treize," Hugo), xxiii. 130

Trades Unions, xxiii. 97

"Tragedies of the Wilderness" (Drake), xxiv. 270

"Tragic Comedians" (Meredith), xxiii. 224

"Tragic Muse, The" (H. James), xxiv. 397; xxv. 44, 130-1

"Transformation of the Scottish Highlands," projected, xxiii. 297

Traquair, Willie, xxiii. 20, xxiv. 70

"Travailleurs de la Mer" (Hugo), xxiii. 129 n. 1

Travel-books, cheap edition projected, xxiii. 294

"Travelling Companion, The," projected, xxiii. 321; xxiv. 68, 149

"Travels and Excursions," Vols. II. and III. discussed, xxv. 423

"Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes," xxiii. 183, 184, 185, 216, 217, 219, 225, 229, 248, 250, 257

"Treasure Island," xxiii. intro. xxxv., 282, 283, 326, 334, 352, 355; xxiv. 31, 93, 101, 112, 179, 233; xxv. 76, 124, 289, 429; publication as serial, xxiii. 328; in book form, xxiv. 6, 27, 35, 67; criticisms, xxiv. 66; genesis of, xxiv. 101; illustrated edition, xxiv. 159; paper on, xxv. 376

"Treasure of Franchard," xxiv. 4, 398; xxv. 153

"Trial of Joan of Arc," xxiii. 203

"Trials of the Sons of Rob Roy, with Anecdotes," xxiii. 332

"Tricoche et Cacolet," xxiii. 219

"Tristram Shandy" (Sterne), xxiii. 118

Trollope, Anthony, novels of, xxiii. 215

"Trophees, Les" (Heredia), xxv. 331 & n. 1

Trudeau, Dr., xxiv. 234

Tulloch, Principal, xxiii. 280, 290, 297, 316; xxv. 97, 123

Tupper, Martin, xxiii. 348

"Tushery," xxiv. 6, 31, 32

Tusitala, xxv. 196 et aliter

Tutuila, visited, xxv. 4, 8, 58, 65

"Twa Dogs" (Burns), xxiii. 225

Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens), xxiii. 276

Twelfth Night (Shakespeare) at the Jenkins', xxiii. 175, 176, 178

"Two Falconers, The, of Cairnstane," xxiii. 170

"Two St. Michael's Mounts," essay, projected, xxiii. 207

"Two Years before the Mast" (Dana), xxiv. 297

"Typee" (Melville), xxiv. 348

Ulufanua, island, xxv. 97

"Underwoods," collected verses, xxiii. 222, 271, 281, 296, 300; xxiv. 36, 89, 107, 170, 173 n. 1, 189-90, 214, 215, 229-30, 231, 395; xxv. 376, 398; dedication of, xxiv. 374; review by Gosse, xxiv. 244; success of, xxiv. 239, 255-6

United States, the, and Samoa, xxv. 6 et seq.

Upolu and Savaii, xxv. 8

Vacquerie, ——, xxiii. 307

Vaea, Mount, xxv. 9, 135, 388; burial-place, xxv. 10 n. 1, 460

Vaea river, xxv. 132 et seq.

Vailima, home at, xxiv. 291; purchase of, xxiv. 292, 372-3, 374, 377, 390; life at, xxv. 3 et seq., 148-51, 156 et seq., 280 et seq.; visitors to, xxv. 228; expenses, xxv. 282; household staff, xxv. 356-7; joy of colour at, xxv. 378; new house, xxv. 145-6, 251, 269, 271, 278-9, 284, 287; decorations for, xxv. 308-9; feeling about, xxv. 349

"Vailima Letters," xxiii. intro. xviii., xxix.; xxv. 5

Vanity Fair, magazine, contributions to, xxiii. 184, 198, 199

"Vanity Fair" (Thackeray), xxv. 154

Vedder, Elihu, illustrator of "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam," xxiv. 116

"Velasquez" (R. A. M. Stevenson), xxiii. 57

"Vendetta, in the West," unfinished, xxiii. 229, 238-9, 241, 244, 255, 256, 259, 266

Verses, Miscellaneous and Impromptu—

"Adela, Adela, Adela Chart," xxv. 109

"Bells upon the City are ringing in the night," xxiv. 167

"Blame me not that this Epistle," letter in verse to Baxter, xxiii. 46

"Brave lads in olden musical centuries," xxiii. 304

"Dear Henley, with a pig's snout on," xxiii. 330

"Do you remember—can we e'er forget?—," xxiv. 376

"Far have you come, my lady, from the town," rondel, xxiii. 188

"Feast of Famine" (Ballads, 1890), xxiv. 298-9, 321, 330, 395

"Figure me to yourself, I pray," xxiii. 287

"He may have been this and that," xxiv. 190

"Here's breid an' wine an' kebbuck," xxiii. 257

"Home no more home to me, where must I wander?" (Songs of Travel), xxiv. 303

"I heard the pulse of the besieging sea" (to Colvin), xxiv. 366; xxv. 23 & n. 1

"In the beloved hour that ushers day" (Songs of Travel), xxiv. 240

"I was a barren tree before," xxv. 366

"I would shoot you, but I have no bow," xxiii. 360

"Let us who part like brothers part like bards" (Songs of Travel), xxiv. 378, 380

"My Stockton if I failed to like," xxiv. 125

"Noo lyart leaves blaw ower the green," xxiii. 193

"Nor you, O Penny Whistler, grudge," xxiv. 20

"Not roses to the rose, I trow," xxiv. 205

"Not yet, my soul, these friendly fields desert," xxiii. 271

"Nous n'irons plus au bois," rondel, xxiii. 188-9

"Of the many flowers you brought me" (to Miss Rawlinson), xxiv. 227

"Of where or how, I nothing know," xxiii. 232

"O Henley, in my hours of ease," xxiii. 222

"O, how my spirit languishes," xxiv. 299

"O Sovereign of my Cedercrantz," xxv. 278

"Priests' Drought, The," ballad, xxiv. 321

"Song of Rahero," ballad, xxiv. 317, 321, 330, 395; xxv. 58

"Tandem Desino," xxiv. 79 et seq. "The pleasant river gushes," xxiv. 32

"There was racing and chasing in Vailima plantation," xxv. 422

"Though I've often been touched with the volatile dart," xxv. 109

"Ticonderoga," ballad, xxiv. 321, 395

"To Felix," xxiv. 189, 190 "We're quarrelling, the villages," xxv. 50

"When from her land to mine she goes" (Songs of Travel), xxiv. 345

"Woodman, The" (New Review), xxv. 18 & n. 1, 20

"Youth now flees on feathered foot," xxiv. 172, 181

"Vicar of Wakefield," xxv. 14 n. 1

"Vicomte de Bragelonne" (Dumas), xxiv. 398; xxv. 51

Victor Hugo's romances, essay on, xxiii. 56, 124-5, 126, 127, 135

Victoria, Queen, xxiii. 323

Villiers, Lady Margaret, xxv. 228, 236

"Viol and Flute" (Gosse), xxiv. 98

"Virginibus Puerisque," xxiii. 184, 185, 203, 204, 208, 212, 284, 294; xxv. 301 n. 1; publication, xxiii. 281; new edition, xxiv. 195, 216; reprint, xxiv. 230

Vitrolles, Baron de, xxv. 288 n. 1, 321

Viviani, Emillia, xxiv. 212

Vogelweide, Walther von der (Studies in the Literature of Modern Europe), Gosse's introduction to, xxiii. 221

"Volsungs" (Morris), xxiii. 334

Voltaire, xxiii. 297; on OEdipus, xxiv. 114

Vossische Zeitung, xxv. 263

Wachtmeister, Count, xxv. 96

"Waif Woman, The," xxv. 272 & n. 1

Walker, Patrick, xxiv. 91

"Walking Tours," xxiii. 202

Wallaroo, H.M.S., officers, xxv. 452

Walter, the Skye terrier, and his sobriquets, xxiii. 280, 281, 318; xxv. 41 & n. 2, et alibi

"Wandering Willie," air, xxiii. 113

"Wandering Willie's Tale" (Redgauntlet), xxiii. 287

"Washington" (Irving), xxv. 30

Watts-Dunton, T., letter to, xxiv. 203

Waverley Novels (Scott), xxiv. 75, 76, 84, 91; xxv. 228

"Waverley" (Scott), xxiii. intro. xxiii.; xxiv. 91

"Way of the World" (Trollope), xxiii. 215

Weather and the old woman, xxiii. 175

Webster, essay on (Gosse), xxiv. 45

Week, The, xxiv. 45

"Wegg, Silas," (Our Mutual Friend), xxiii. 226

"Weg," nickname for Gosse, xxiii. 224, 226, 227

"Weir of Hermiston," unfinished, xxiii. intro. xx., 12; xxv. 144, 170, 264-5, 274, 281, 284, 287, 293, 306-7, 338, 350, 375, 383, 392, 403, 453, 456-7; scheme for, xxv. 258, 260-1, 270-1

Wellington, Duke of (see also "Life" of), xxiv. 34 n. 1; Tennyson's "Ode" on, xxiii. 293

Went, George, xxv. 23 & n. 1, 100

"Werther" (Goethe's "Sorrows of Werther"), xxiii. 60

Western Islands, trip among, xxiii. 124

West Highlands, visit to, xxiii. 183

"What was on the Slate," xxiii. 222, 267

"When the Devil was well," xxiii. 167, 168, 186

"Where" and "Whereas," use discussed, xxv. 163

"White Company" (Doyle), xxv. 336

Whitman, Walt, essays on, xxiii. 55, 70, 72, 86, 89, 103, 104, 139, 140; works of, xxiii. 70, 72, 357-8; xxiv. 183

Whitmee, Rev. S. J., missionary xxv. 174, 180, 202, 203; letter to, xxv. 174

Wick, at, xxiii. 12, 15

"Widdicombe Fair," song, xxv. 391

Wiesbaden, visit to, xxiii. 182

"Wild Man of the Woods," xxiii. 249

"Will o' the Mill," xxiii. 184, 207, 248, 268

Williams, Dr., of Nice, xxiv. 59

Williams, Mr. and Mrs., xxiii. 353

"William Wilson" (Poe), xxiii. intro. xxiii.

"Wiltshire" (Beach of Falesa), xxv. 187

"Window in Thrums" (Barrie), xxv. 276, 362 & n. 1

Winslow Reef, xxiv. 362

"Winter and New Year" (Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh), xxiii. 216

"Winter's Walk, The," unfinished, xxiii. 201, 202

Wise, ——, xxv. 55

"Witch of Prague" (Crawford), xxv. 275

"Wogg" (see Walter), other names for, xxiii. 280-1, 318

Wolseley, Viscount, xxiv. 81

"Woman killed with Kindness" (Heywood), xxiii. 354

Women characters, dissatisfaction with, xxiv. 398

Women, thoughts on (see also Elgin marbles), xxiii. 162-4, 358

Wood, Sir Evelyn, xxiv. 81

"Wrecker" (with Lloyd Osbourne), xxiii. 12, 275; xxiv. 362, 367-8, 379, 380, 389, 396, 399, 402; xxv. 5, 11, 24, 33, 84, 87, 108, 110, 115, 128, 138,141, 152, 171, 210, 215, 221, 224, 274, 376, 378; finished, xxv. 111-2 & n. 1, 113, 115, 120, 122; comments, xxv. 146; discussed, xxv. 437 & n. 1; publication of, xxv. 87, 144; success of, xxv. 238, 258, 357

Wreck of the Susannah, xxiii. 308

"Wrong Box, The," or "The Finsbury Tontine," or "The Game of Bluff" (with Lloyd Osbourne), xxiv. 235, 249-50, 256, 258, 282, 291, 320, 322, 328, 360, 370

Wurmbrand, Captain Count, xxv. 354, 369, 370, 383, 415

Wyatt, Mr., xxiii. 6

Yeats, W. B., letter to, xxv. 390

"Yellow Paint," xxiii. 141

Yelverton, ——, xxiii. 275

"Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum" (Treasure Island), xxiii. 326

Yoshida Torajiro, essay on (Familiar Studies), xxiii. 229, 262, 264, 265

"Young Chevalier," unfinished, xxv. 144, 171 n. 1, 187-8, 189, 192, 216-7, 264, 281, 305; characters in, xxv. 190-1

Young Folks, contributions to, xxiii. 328, 329, 332, 339; xxiv. 31, 55, 148

Yule-Tide, contribution to, xxv. 57

Zassetsky, Madame, xxiii. 97, 99, 102, 105, 108, 110, 113, 114, 115, 118, 122

Zassetsky, Nelitchka, xxiii. 98, 102, 104, 107, 108, 112, 114, 115, 116

Zola, Emile, xxiii. 346-7; xxiv. 396; xxv. 250 n. 1, 318, 319, 379



INDEX TO VOLUMES I-XXII

[For Index to the LETTERS, see pp. 469-507 of this Volume.]

"A birdie with a yellow bill," xiv. 23

"A child should always say what's true," xiv. 5

Additional Memories and Portraits, xvi. 155

Additional Poems, xiv. 259

"Adela, Adela, Adela Chart," xiv. 276

Admiral Guinea, xv. 145

Advertisement of "Moral Emblems," Edition de Luxe, xxii. (end)

Advertisement of "Moral Emblems," Second Collection, xxii. (end)

Advertisement of "The Graver and the Pen," xxii. (end)

AEs Triplex, ii. 358

"All night long, and every night," xiv. 4

"All round the house is the jet-black night," xiv. 28

"All the names I know from nurse," xiv. 46

"A lover of the moorland bare," xiv. 74

Alpine Diversions, xxii. 248

Alps, The Stimulation of the, xxii., 252

Amateur Emigrant, The: Part I., From the Clyde to Sandy Hook: The Second Cabin, ii. 7; Early Impressions, ii. 15; Steerage Scenes, ii. 24; Steerage Types, ii. 32; The Sick Man, ii. 43; The Stowaways, ii. 53; Personal Experiences and Review, ii. 66; New York, ii. 77. Part II., Across the Plains: Notes by the Way to Council Bluffs, ii. 93; The Emigrant Train, ii. 107; The Plain of Nebraska, ii. 115; The Desert of Wyoming, ii. 119; Fellow Passengers, ii. 124; Despised Races, ii. 129; To the Golden Gates, ii. 133

"A mile an' a bittock, a mile or twa," xiv. 110

"A naked house, a naked moor," xiv. 71

Antwerp to Boom, i. 7

"A picture-frame for you to fill," xiv. 74

Apology, An, for Idlers, ii. 334

Appeal, An, to the Clergy of the Church of Scotland, xxii. 199

"As from the house your mother sees," xiv. 59

"As the single pang of the blow, when the metal is mingled well," xiv. 254

"At evening when the lamp is lit," xiv. 36

Autumn Effect, An, xxii. 112

Back to the World, i. 120

Bagster's "Pilgrim's Progress," xxii. 186

Balfour, David, xi. 1

Ballads, xiv. 139

Ballantrae, The Master of, xii. 5; its genesis, xvi. 341

Beach, The, of Falesa: A South Sea Bridal, xvii. 193; The Ban, xvii. 206; The Missionary, xvii. 228; Devil-work, xvii. 240; Night in the Bush, xvii. 258; The Bottle Imp, xvii. 277; The Isle of Voices, xvii. 311

Beau Austin, xv. 91

Beggars, xvi. 190

"Berried brake and reedy island," xiv. 226

"Birds all the sunny day," xiv. 44

Black Arrow, The: Prologue, viii. 7; Book I. The Two Lads, viii. 25; Book II. The Moat House, viii. 83; Book III. My Lord Foxham, viii. 123; Book IV. The Disguise, viii. 165; Book V. Crookback, viii. 217

Black Canyon, Advertisement of, xxii. (end)

Black Canyon or Wild Adventures in the Far West, xxii. (end)

"Blame me not that this epistle," xiv. 261

"Blows the wind to-day, and the sun and the rain are flying," xiv. 257

Boarders, The, i. 195

Body-snatcher, The, iii. 277

Books which have Influenced Me, xvi. 272

Bottle Imp, The, xvii. 275

"Brave lads in olden musical centuries," xiv. 270

"Bright is the ring of words," xiv. 227

"Bring the comb and play upon it," xiv. 15

Builder's Doom, The, xxii. (end)

Burns, Robert, Some Aspects of, iii. 43

"By Lyne and Tyne, by Thames and Tees," xiv. 133

Calton Hill, Edinburgh, i. 314

Camisards, The Country of the, i. 211

Camp, A, in the Dark, i. 167

Catriona: Part I. The Lord Advocate, xi. 7; Part II. Father and Daughter, xi. 203

Changed Times, i. 99

Character, A, xxii. 37

Character, The, of Dogs, ix. 105

Charity Bazaar, The, xxii. 213

Charles of Orleans, iii. 171

Cheylard and Luc, i. 177

"Chief of our aunts, not only I," xiv. 56

"Children, you are very little," xiv. 18

Child's Garden, A, of Verses, xiv. 1

Child's Play, ii. 394

Christmas at Sea, xiv. 207

Christmas Sermon, A, xvi. 306

Cockermouth and Keswick, xxii. 80

College Magazine, A, ix. 36

College Memories, Some, ix. 19

College Papers: Edinburgh Students in 1824, xxii. 41; The Modern Student considered generally, xxii. 45; Debating Societies, xxii. 53; The Philosophy of Umbrellas, xxii. 58; The Philosophy of Nomenclature, xxii. 63

"Come up here, O dusty feet," xiv. 24

Compiegne, At, i. 94

Crabbed Age and Youth, ii. 321

Criticisms: Lord Lytton's "Fables in Song," xxii. 171; Salvini's "Macbeth," xxii. 180; Bagster's "Pilgrim's Progress," xxii. 186

"Dark brown is the river," xiv. 10

Davos in Winter, xxii. 241

Davos Press, The, xxii. (end)

Day, The, after To-morrow, xvi. 279

Deacon Brodie, or the Double Life, xv. 1

"Dear Andrew, with the brindled hair," xiv. 79

"Dear Thamson class, whaure'er I gang," xiv. 121

"Dear Uncle Jim, this garden ground," xiv. 50

Debating Societies, xxii. 53

"Do you remember—can we e'er forget?" xiv. 242

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Strange Case of, v. 227

Donkey, the Pack, and the Pack Saddle, i. 143

"Down by a shining water well," xiv. 32

Dreams, A Chapter on, xvi. 177

Dynamiter, The: Prologue of the Cigar Divan, v. 7; Challoner's Adventure, v. 15; Somerset's Adventure, v. 73; Desborough's Adventure, v. 149; Epilogue of the Cigar Divan, v. 212

Ebb-Tide, The: Note by Mr. Lloyd Osbourne, xix. 3; Part I. The Trio, xix. 7; Part II. The Quartette, xix. 81

Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes, i. 269; Introductory, i. 271

Edinburgh Students in 1824, xxii. 41

Education, The, of an Engineer, xvi. 167

El Dorado, ii. 368

Engineers, Records of a Family of, xvi. 3

English Admirals, The, ii. 372

Enjoyment, The, of Unpleasant Places, xxii. 103

Epilogue to An Inland Voyage, i. 122

Episodes in the Story of a Mine, ii. 254

Essays of Travel: Davos in Winter, xxii. 241; Health and Mountains, xxii. 244; Alpine Diversions, xxii. 248; The Stimulation of the Alps, xxii. 252

"Even in the bluest noonday of July," xiv. 77

"Every night my prayers I say," xiv. 13

Fables: The Persons of the Tale, xxi. 269; The Sinking Ship, xxi. 272; The Two Matches, xxi. 274; The Sick Man and the Fireman, xxi. 275; The Devil and the Inn-keeper, xxi. 276; The Penitent, xxi. 277; The Yellow Paint, xxi. 277; The House of Eld, xxi. 280; The Four Reformers, xxi. 286; The Man and His Friend, xxi. 287; The Reader, xxi. 287; The Citizen and the Traveller, xxi. 288; The Distinguished Stranger, xxi. 289; The Cart-horses and the Saddle-horse, xxi. 290; The Tadpole and the Frog, xxi. 291; Something in it, xxi. 291; Faith, Half-faith, and No Faith at all, xxi. 295; The Touchstone, xxi. 297; The Poor Thing, xxi. 304; The Song of the Morrow, xxi. 310

Falling in Love, On, ii. 302

Familiar Studies of Men and Books: Preface by Way of Criticism, iii. 5; Victor Hugo's Romances, iii. 19; Some Aspects of Robert Burns, iii. 43; Walt Whitman, iii. 77; Henry David Thoreau: His Character and Opinions, iii. 101; Yoshida-Torajiro, iii. 129; Francois Villon, Student, Poet, and Housebreaker, iii. 142; Charles of Orleans, iii. 171; Samuel Pepys, iii. 206; John Knox and his Relations to Women, iii. 230

"Far from the loud sea beaches," xiv. 72

"Far have you come, my lady, from the town," xiv. 263

"Farewell, fair day and fading light," xiv. 233

Farewell, Modestine! i. 253

"Far 'yont amang the years to be," xiv. 105

"Faster than fairies, faster than witches," xiv. 24

Father Apollinaris, i. 183

Father Damien: An Open Letter to the Rev. Dr. Hyde of Honolulu, xvi. 315

Feast, The, of Famine; Marquesan Manners, xiv. 167; The Priest's Vigil, xiv. 169; The Lovers, xiv. 172; The Feast, xiv. 176; The Raid, xiv. 182; Notes, xiv. 213

Fife, The Coast of, xvi. 155

"Figure me to yourself, I pray," xiv. 268

Fleeming Jenkin, Memoir of, ix. 165

Florac, i. 234

Fontainebleau: Village Communities of Painters, xvi. 215

Footnote, A, to History: Eight Years of Trouble in Samoa: The Elements of Discord, I. Native, xvii. 5; II. Foreign, xvii. 15; The Sorrows of Laupepa, xvii. 27; Brandeis, xvii. 53; The Battle of Matautu, xvii. 70; Last Exploits of Becker, xvii. 83; The Samoan Camps, xvii. 103; Affairs of Laulii and Fangalii, xvii. 112; "Furor Consularis," xvii. 128; The Hurricane, xvii. 142; Laupepa and Mataafa, xvii. 156

Foreigner, The, at Home, ix. 7

Forest Notes, xxii. 142

"For love of lovely words, and for the sake," xiv. 97

"Forth from her land to mine she goes," xiv. 239

"Frae nirly, nippin', Eas'lan' breeze," xiv. 106

"Friend, in my mountain-side demesne," xiv. 73

"From breakfast on all through the day," xiv. 12

Genesis, The, of "The Master of Ballantrae," xvi. 341

"Give to me the life I love," xiv. 219

"God, if this were enough," xiv. 234

"Go, little book, and wish to all," xiv. 67

Gossip, A, on a Novel of Dumas's, ix. 124

Gossip, A, on Romance, ix. 134

Goulet, Across the, i. 203

Graver, The, and the Pen, xxii. (end)

"Great is the sun, and wide he goes," xiv. 46

Great North Road, The, xxi. 203

Green Donkey Driver, The, i. 149

Greyfriars, Edinburgh, i. 298

Health and Mountains, xxii. 244

Heart of the Country, The, i. 7

Heather Ale: A Galloway Legend, xiv. 201; Notes, xiv. 215

Heathercat, xxi. 177

"He hears with gladdened heart the thunder," xiv. 233

"Here all is sunny, and when the truant gull," xiv. 97

"Here, from the forelands of the tideless sea," xiv. 273

"Home no more home to me, whither must I wander?" xiv. 229

"How do you like to go up in a swing?" xiv. 22

Hugo's, Victor, Romances, iii. 19

Human Life, Reflections and Remarks on, xvi. 354

Humble Remonstrance, A, ix. 148

Hunter's Family, The, ii. 230

"I am a kind of farthing dip," xiv. 95

Ideal House, The, xvi. 370

"If I have faltered more or less," xiv. 86

"If two may read aright," xiv. 55

"I have a goad," i. 158

"I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me," xiv. 12

"I have trod the upward and the downward slope," xiv. 233

"I heard the pulse of the besieging sea," xiv. 244

"I knew a silver head was bright beyond compare," xiv. 240

"I knew thee strong and quiet like the hills," xiv. 232

"I know not how it is with you," xiv. 225

"In all the grove, nor stream nor bird," xiv. 249

"In ancient tales, O friend, thy spirit dwelt," xiv. 80

"In dreams unhappy I behold you stand," xiv. 221

Inland Voyage, An, i. 7; Epilogue to, i. 122

"In mony a foreign pairt I've been," xiv. 125

"In rigorous hours, when down the iron lane," xiv. 230

"In the beloved hour that ushers day," xiv. 231

"In the highlands, in the country places," xiv. 228

"In the other gardens," xiv. 49

Introduction, by Andrew Lang, to the Swanston Edition, i. ix.

"In winter I get up at night," xiv. 3

"I read, dear friend, in your dear face," xiv. 85

"I saw you toss the kites on high," xiv. 16

"I should like to rise and go," xiv. 7

"I sit and wait a pair of oars," xiv. 78

Island Nights' Entertainments, xvii. 193

Isle, The, of Voices, xvii. 311

"It is not yours, O mother, to complain," xiv. 90

"It is the season now to go," xiv. 70

"It is very nice to think," xiv. 4

"It's an owercome sooth for age an' youth," xiv. 135

"It's rainin'. Weet's the gairden sod," xiv. 116

"It's strange that God should fash to frame," xiv. 120

"I was a barren tree before," xiv. 276

"I will make you brooches and toys for your delight," xiv. 225

"I woke before the morning, I was happy all the day," xiv. 14

Juvenilia, and other Papers, xxii. 3

Kidnapped, x. 77

Knox, John, and his Relations to Women, iii. 230

La Fere, of Cursed Memory, i. 79

Landrecies, At, i. 46

Lantern-Bearers, The, xvi. 200

Last Day, The, i. 248

"Last, to the chamber where I lie," xiv. 28

"Late in the nicht in bed I lay," xiv. 129

"Late lies the wintry sun a-bed," xiv. 25

Later Essays, xvi. 215

Lay Morals, xvi. 379

Legends, Edinburgh, i. 291

"Let Beauty awake in the morn from beautiful dreams," xiv. 224

"Let now your soul in this substantial world," xiv. 255

Letter to a Young Gentleman who proposes to embrace the Career of Art, xvi. 290

Letters from Samoa, xviii. 351

"Let us, who part like brothers part like bards," xvi. 245

"Light foot and tight foot," xiv. 277

Light-keeper, The, xxii. 217

"Little Indian, Sioux or Crow," xiv. 19

Lodging, A, for the Night, iv. 227

"Long must elapse ere you behold again," xiv. 241

Lord Lytton's "Fables in Song," xxii. 171

Lozere, Across the, i. 213

Macaire, xv. 205

Manse, The, ix. 61

Markheim, viii. 273

Martial Elegy, A, for some Lead Soldiers, xxii. (end)

Master, The, of Ballantrae, xii. 5; its genesis, xvi. 341

Maubeuge, At, i. 21

Memoirs of an Islet, ix. 68

Memories and Portraits, ix. 7; Additional Memories and Portraits, xvi. 155

Merry Men, The, xxi. 69

Mimente, In the Valley of the, i. 237

Monks, The, i. 188

Montvert, Pont de, i. 218

Moral Emblems, xxii. (end)

Moral Emblems: Second Collection, xxii. (end)

Morality, The, of the Profession of Letters, xvi. 260

More New Arabian Nights, v. 7

Mountain Town, A, in France, i. 257

Movements of Young Children, Notes on the, xxii. 97

Moy, Down the Oise to, i. 74

"My bed is like a little boat," xiv. 21

"My body which my dungeon is," xiv. 98

"My bonny man, the warld, it's true," xiv. 118

My First Book, "Treasure Island," xvi. 331

"'My house,' I say. But hark to the sunny doves," xiv. 98

"My tea is nearly ready and the sun has left the sky," xiv. 2

New Arabian Nights, iv. 3; More New Arabian Nights, v. 7

New Form of Intermittent Light for Lighthouses, xxii. 220

New Town, Edinburgh: Town and Country, i. 305

Nicholson, John, The Misadventures of, x. 3

Nomenclature, The Philosophy of, xxii. 63

"Noo lyart leaves blaw ower the green," xiv. 265

Note, A, on Realism, xvi. 234

Notes and Essays, chiefly of the Road: A Retrospect, xxii. 71; Cockermouth and Keswick, xxii. 80; Roads, xxii. 90; Notes on the Movements of Young Children, xxii. 97; On the Enjoyment of Unpleasant Places, xxii. 103; An Autumn Effect, xxii. 112; A Winter's Walk in Carrick and Galloway, xxii. 132; Forest Notes, xxii. 142

Not I, and other Poems, xxii. (end)

"Not yet, my soul, these friendly fields desert," xiv. 89

"Nous n'irons plus au bois," xiv. 263

Noyon Cathedral, i. 86

Nuits Blanches, xxii. 27

Nurses, xxii. 34

"Of a' the ills that flesh can fear," xiv. 131

"Of his pitiable transformation," xiv. 263

"Of speckled eggs, the birdie sings," xiv. 9

"Of where or how, I nothing know," xiv. 267

Oise, The, in Flood, i. 55; Down the Oise to Moy, i. 74; Through the Golden Valley, i. 84; To Compiegne, i. 91 Church Interiors, i. 105

"O it's I that am the captain of a tidy little ship," xiv. 32

"O, I wad like to ken—to the beggar-wife says I," xiv. 116

"O mother, lay your hand on my brow," xiv. 92

Olalla, xxi. 127

Old Mortality, ix. 26

Old Scots Gardener, An, ix. 46

Old Town, Edinburgh: The Lands, i. 278

"Once only by the garden gate," xiv. 220

"On the great streams the ships may go," xiv. 68

Ordered South, ii. 345

Origny Sainte-Benoite: A By-Day, i. 62; The Company at Table, i. 68

Our Lady of the Snows, i. 181

"Out of the sun, out of the blast," xiv. 87

"Over the borders, a sin without pardon," xiv. 17

Pacific Capitals, The Old and New: Monterey, ii. 141; San Francisco, ii. 159

Pan's Pipes, ii. 415

Parliament Close, Edinburgh, i. 285

Pastoral, ix. 53

Pavilion on the Links, The: Tells how I camped in Graden Sea-wood, and beheld a Light in the Pavilion, iv. 167; Tells of the Nocturnal Landing from the Yacht, iv. 174; Tells how I became Acquainted with my Wife, iv. 180; Tells in what a Startling Manner I learned that I was not alone in Graden Sea-wood, iv. 189; Tells of an Interview between Northmour, Clara, and myself, iv. 197; Tells of my Introduction to the Tall Man, iv. 202; Tells how a Word was cried through the Pavilion Window, iv. 208; Tells the last of the Tall Man, iv. 214; Tells how Northmour carried out his Threat, iv. 221

"Peace and her huge invasion to these shores," xiv. 93

Penny Plain and Twopence Coloured, xi. 116

Pentland Hills, To the, Edinburgh, i. 327

Pentland Rising, The: The Causes of the Revolt, xxii. 3; The Beginning, xxii. 6; The March of the Rebels, xxii. 8; Rullion Green, xxii. 13; A Record of Blood, xxii. 17

Pepys, Samuel, iii. 206

Pines, A Night among the, i. 206

"Plain as the glistering planets shine," xiv. 223

Plea, A, for Gas Lamps, ii. 420

Pont-sur-Sambre: We are Pedlars, i. 31; The Travelling Merchant, i. 36

Portraits, Some, by Raeburn, ii. 385

Prayers written for Family Use at Vailima, xvi. 431

Precy and the Marionnettes, i. 111

Prince Otto: Book I. Prince Errant, vii. 7; Book II. Of Love and Politics, vii. 49; Book III. Fortunate Misfortune, vii. 171

Providence and the Guitar, iv. 273

Pulvis et Umbra, xvi. 299

Raeburn, Some Portraits, by, ii. 385

Rajah's Diamond, The: Story of the Bandbox, iv. 86; Story of the Young Man in Holy Orders, iv. 111; The Story of the House with the Green Blinds, iv. 127; The Adventure of Prince Florizel and a Detective, iv. 159

Random Memories: I. The Coast of Fife, xvi. 155; II. The Education of an Engineer, xvi. 167; Rosa quo Locorum, xvi. 345

Realism, A Note on, xvi. 234

Records of a Family of Engineers, xvi. 3

Reflections and Remarks on Human Life, xvi. 354

"Resign the rhapsody, the dream," xiv. 236

Retrospect, A, xxii. 71

Roads, xxii. 90

Robin and Ben, or the Pirate and the Apothecary, xxii. (end)

Rosa quo Locorum, xvi. 345

Royal Sport Nautique, The, i. 16

St. Ives, xx. 3

Salvini's "Macbeth," xxii. 180

Sambre and Oise Canal: Canal Boats, i. 50

Sambre Canalised, On the: To Quartes, i. 26; To Landrecies, i. 41

Satirist, The, xxii. 25

"Say not of me that weakly I declined," xiv. 99

Scots Gardener, An old, ix. 46

Sea-Fogs, The, ii. 239

"She rested by the Broken Brook," xiv. 222

Silverado Squatters, The, ii. 173; In the Valley: 1, Calistoga, ii. 179; 2, The Petrified Forest, ii. 184; 3, Napa Wine, ii. 188; 4, The Scot Abroad, ii. 194. —With the Children of Israel: 1, To Introduce Mr. Kelmar, ii. 201; 2, First Impressions of Silverado, ii. 205; 3, The Return, ii. 215

"Since I am sworn to live my life," xiv. 263

"Since long ago, a child at home," xiv. 237

"Sing clearlier, Muse, or evermore be still," xiv. 96

"Sing me a song of a lad that is gone," xiv. 256

Sire de Maletroit's Door, The, iv. 250

Sketches: The Satirist, xxii. 25; Nuits Blanches, xxii. 27; The Wreath of Immortelles, xxii. 30; Nurses, xxii. 34; A Character, xxii. 37

"Smooth it slides upon its travel," xiv. 23

"Some day soon this rhyming volume, if you learn with proper speed," xiv. 58

Songs of Travel, xiv. 217

Song, The, of Rahero: A Legend of Tahiti, xiv. 139; The Slaying of Tamatea, xiv. 139; The Venging of Tamatea, xiv. 148; Rahero, xiv. 159; Notes, xiv. 211

"Son of my woman's body, you go, to the drum and fife," xiv. 227

South Seas, In the: Part I. The Marquesas.—An Island Landfall, xviii. 5; Making Friends, xviii. 12; The Maroon, xviii. 21; Death, xviii. 28; Depopulation, xviii. 36; Chiefs and Tapus, xviii. 44; Hatiheu, xviii. 53; The Port of Entry, xviii. 61; The House of Temoana, xviii. 69; A Portrait and a Story, xviii. 77; Long Pig—A Cannibal High Place, xviii. 85; The Story of a Plantation, xviii. 95; Characters, xviii. 105; In a Cannibal Valley, xviii. 112; The Two Chiefs of Atuona, xviii, 119. Part II. The Paumotus.—The Dangerous Archipelago—Atolls at a Distance, xviii. 129; Fakarava: An Atoll at Hand, xviii. 137; A House to Let in a Low Island, xviii. 146; Traits and Sects in the Paumotus, xviii. 155; A Paumotuan Funeral, xviii. 165; Graveyard Stories, xviii. 170. Part III. The Eight Islands.—The Kona Coast, xviii. 187; A Ride in the Forest, xviii. 197; The City of Refuge, xviii. 203; Koahumanu, xviii. 209; The Lepers of Kona, xviii. 215. Part IV. The Gilberts.—Butaritari, xviii. 223; The Four Brothers, xviii. 229; Around Our House, xviii. 237; A Tale of a Tapu, xviii. 247, 255; The Five Days' Festival, xviii. 265; Husband and Wife, xviii. 278. Part V. The Gilberts—Apemama.—The King of Apemama: The Royal Trader, xviii. 289; Foundation of Equator Town, xviii. 298; The Palace of Many Women, xviii. 306; Equator Town and the Palace, xviii. 313; King and Commons, xviii. 321; Devil-work, xviii. 320; The King of Apemama, xviii. 342

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