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ji. 272

Garrard, Mr., A.R.A., his picture of Glenelg, Lord (Colonial Secretary),

sheep-shearing at Woburn, i. 24 n abused by William IV., i, 250 n;
Garvey, Mr., i. 485

the King's antipathy to him, 270 ;
Gas-lighting of London, i. 36 n

at Bowood, 300; motion of want of
Gascoign, General, i. 175

confidence in him as Colonial Minis-
Gasparin, M., quoted, ii. 350

ter, 309; Sydney Smith's satirical
General Association of Ireland, i, 284, allusion to him, 317; Lord John's
286, 287

proposals with regard to his retire.
George III., insanity of,ʻi. 51

ment, 321, 325; action in the West
George IV., institutes proceedings Indian crisis, 326; his colonial policy,

against Queen Caroline, i. 126; an 350

Anti-Catholic, 142; death of, 161 Gloucester, Duchess of, i. 287 n
Gerard, Count of Holstein, ii. 384 Gloucester, Duke of, i. 35
Germany, revolution in, ii. 35; and Goderich, Lord, formation of his Minis-

the Schleswig-Holstein question, 37, try, i. 140-142; resignation of, 144 ;
132; war with France, 456

see Ripon, Lord
Germany, Crown Princess of, visits Goito, Piedmontese victory at, ii. 40
Lord John, ii. 454

Gordon, Lord Alexander (son of fourth
Germany, Enıperor of, his letter to Duke of Gordon), 23

Lord John on the struggle for re. Gordon, Lord William, i. 32
ligious liberty, ii. 464

Gordon, Sir A., his correspondence
Gibbs, Sir Vicary, i. 31

with Lord John, ii. 188 n
Gibson, Rt. Hon. G. Milner, attacks Gordon, Sir Robert, i, 159
Lord John for his conduct at Vienna, Gore, Charles, i. 337

Gorham case, the, ii. 116-118
Gilbert, Davies, i. 126

Gortchakoff, Prince (Russian Plenipo.
Gilpin, Mr., i. 5

tentiary at Vienna Conference), re-
Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E., ii. 156; fuses to consent to limitation of

for Free Trade, 158; defeats Nr. Russian force in the Black Sea, ii.
Disraeli's Budget, 161 ; his first and 258
greatest Budget, 171, 204 ; resigns Goschen, Rt. Hon. G., appointed to
Office in Palmerston's Cabinet, 250 ; the Cabinet by Lord John, ii. 423
thoroughly approves of Lord John's Gosford, Lord (Governor of Canada),
Italian policy, 343; loyally supported i. 306, 474,
by Lord John in his financial mea- Gosset, Sir W. (Serjeant-at-Arms), i.
sures, 343 and n; his Budget, 343
and n ; letter to Lord John on the Goujon, M., i. 37 n
latter going to the House of Lords, Goulburn, Rt. Hon. W., i. 184
348; splendid results of his fiscal Graham, Dr., made Bishop of Chester,
reforms, 419; defeated at Oxford,

i. 498
420 ; his letter to Lord John on the Graham, Sir James, engaged in Par-,
successorship to Lord Palmerston, liamentary Reform, i. 172; retires
422; does not think a new govern from office, 209, 213; on the Con-
ment

could be a continuation of servative benches, 254 n; impresses
Lord Palmerston's administration, on Sir Robert Peel the necessity for
422; meets Lord John at the Duke moderation, 329; charges Lord John
of Buccleuch's, 422 n; introduces with encouraging Chartism, 355 ;
the Reform Bill of 1866, 424; his motion on Chinese policy, 356; in- :
additional measures to coniplete the troduces Factory Bill, 403; on the
scheme, 426; his letter to Lord John Arms Act, 404; reintroduces the
on the latter's decision not to take Factory Bill, omitting education
office, 446; his motion regarding the clauses, 413; 'a bitter opponent,
Established Church in Ireland, 429; excellent tactician,' 443; on the Irish
sent for by the Queen to form an ad poor-law, 464; offered the Gover-
ministration, 450; invites Lord John nor-Generalship of India, ii. 96;
to a seat in the Cabinet without other declines the Admiralty, 97; on Lord
responsibility, 450; passes the Irish John going to the Lords, 99; favours
Land Bill, 452; his letter to Lord Lord John's Reform proposals, 101;
John on the same, 455

arranges with Lord John a Ministry

273

of Whigs and Peelites, 124; reply to 99, 100, 106, 121, 130 n, 143, 205,
Lord John's memorandum, 124; the 290, 295, 298, 305 n, 306 n. 313
latter's answer, 127; declines further Grey, Lady, her report of an Irish
negotiations, 127; endeavour of Lord rising, ii. 70
John to induce him to enter the Grey, Lord (2nd Earl), policy towards
Cabinet, 128, 130, 143, 153; bears Spain, i. 44; his proposed mission
testimony to Lord John's endeavour to Mr. Adair, 53; at Holland House,
to check corrupt election practices, 56; declines to act with Lord Lans-
154; indecision in the Russo-Turkish downe, 440; opposes the formation
question, 184; advises Lord John of a Central Association, 153; offers
to concert with Lord Aberdeen on Lord John the Paymaster-General-
Reform and the Eastern question, ship, 166; troubles in the formation
200; against the postponement of of a Ministry, 167; plan of Parlia-
the Reform Bill, 207 ; resignation of mentary Reform, 172; advises the

office in the Palmerston Ministry, 250 King to dissolve Parliament, 175;
Graham, Sir Thomas (afterwards Lord admits Lord John to the Cabinet,
Lynedoch), i. 53, 61 n

176; resignation of, 185; returns to
Grammont, Duc de (French ambassa office with power to create peers,
dor at Rome), ii. 327 n

186; conduct of Irish affairs, 191;
Grampound, bribery at, i. 123, 124 ; accepts coercive legislation for Ire-
writ suspended, 125, 130, 131

land, 194; schemes of Irish Church
Grant, Mr., i. 151; see Glenelg, Lord Reform, 195; dealings with the tithe
Granville, Lord, enters the Cabinet, ji. question, 206; resignation of, 213;

134 n; President of the Council, letter to Lord John, 219; horror
224 and n; thanks Lord John for his of the Radicals, 228 n; declines
conduct at the Vienna Conference, concert with the Radicals and Irish
275, 276; letters from Palmerston and

party, 234, 235; declines to reform
Lord John regarding dissensions in the administration, 241; Lord Mel-
the Liberal camp, 313, 314; letter bourne's memorandum to him offer-
to Lord John on the question of ing the Foreign Secretaryship, 242;
leadership, 316; Lord John's reply, on O'Connell, 244; death of, 419
316; resigns the commission which Grey, Lord (3rd Earl); see under
the Queen had entrusted to him, Howick, Lord
317; his reply 10 Lord John's ad. Grey, Sir Charles, William IV.'s vio-
dress relative to the Alabama lent language to him at a council, i.
awards, 375; on putting the fleet in 249 n; observation on members of
motion, 406 ; on Lord John's deci the Grey Ministry, 317
sion not to take office, 447; quoted, Grey, Sir George, made Judge-Advo-
456 n; appointed successor to Lord cate, i. 327; on the Arms Act, 482,
Clarendon, 456 n

486; ii. 17; his Crown and Govern.
Grattan, James, returned for Dublin, i. ment Security Bill, 63, 67; on the
31, 229 n

Chartist processions, 66; sponsor to
Greece, her struggle with Turkey, i. Lord John's second son, 70; opposed

158; English interference in behalf to spending more money on Ireland,
of Mr. Finlay's and Don Pacifico's 75; account of the Queen's visit to
claims, ii. 51; yields to the English Ireland, 83; weak health of, 85 n;
demands, 55

small influence in debate, 88; action
Greek Church, the, in Turkey, ii. 178– on the Pope's Bull concerning Eng-
181, 189, 194, 195

lish sees, 118, 150 n, 151; exclu-
Gregory XVI., death of, ii. 33

sion from the Cabinet, 167 n; sent
Grenville Committees, the, i. 304

to the Home Office, 202, 203; sug.
Grenville, Lord, i. 92, 153

gests to Lord John the Presidency
Greville, Charles, quoted and in of the Council, 223 ; offered the

stanced, i. 49 N, 222, 234, 249, 251 n, Colonial Office, 223, 224; becomes
276, 279 n, 289 n, 302, 307, 329 n, Secretary for the Colonies, 226, 303,
332, 333, 362 n, 372, 376, 385, 389 n,

364, 423
393, 402, 413, 416, 446, 449, 451, Grillion's Club, i. 77; Lord John at, 318
464, 472 n, 488, 489 n, 490 ; ii. 2 n, Gros, Baron, mediates between Eng.
-5 n, 71, 99, 15, 29, 38 N, 69, 72 n, land and Greece, ii. 53

Grosvenor, Lord, ii, 425

Herschel, Sir John, made Master of the
Grosvenor, Sir Richard, i. 475

Mint, ii. 145
Grote, Mr., motions on the ballot, i. Heywood, Lady, ii. 110
308, 338; ii. 379

Heywood, Sir Benjamin, ii, 110
Guizot, M., i. 362, 363, 370, 371, 372; Higgins, Mr., I. I

his policy in the Spanish marriages, Hill, General, i. 55
ii. 5-7; quarrels with Lord Nor- Hind, Mr., grant to, ii. 146
manby, 8; quoted, 482 n

Hinds, Professor, ii, 27 n, 116
Gunning, Mr., i. 5

Hoare, Mr., i. 24
Gurney, Mr., on the Chartist proces- Hobhouse, Sir J., on Abercromby as
sions, ii. 65

Speaker, i. 224; letter to Lord John,

229 n; ii. 88, 198
HABEAS CORPUS Act, suspension of, Holland, Lady, at Woburn, i. 37, 38;
in Ireland, ii. 60-62, 69, 77

delicate state of her health, 42;
Hailes, Solomon, his tribute to Lord letters to Lord John, 142, 352; on
John's character, ii. 276

the Catholic question, 142; death
Hallam, Mr., resigns the pension which of, 420; legacy to Lord John, 420

he no longer needs, ii. 146 n Holland, Lord (the first), 167
Hallowell, Admiral, i. 75

Holland, Lord, author of 'Lope de
Hamilton, Duke of, i. 33

Vega,' i. 26; at Woburn, 37, 38;
Hampden, Dr., appointed Dean of tour in Spain, 40, 41 ; advises

Hereford, i. 493 ; action of the Lord John to study at Edinburgh,
bishops on his appointment, 496; 45; 'the only remaining Whig in
consecration of, 498; ii. 116

England, 52, 53 n ; opinion of Lord
Hampden, Miss, letter to, i. 498 n John's translation of the Odyssey,
Harcourt, Sir W., description of Lord 103 ; 'made of sterner stuff' than
John, ii. 482

Lord Lansdowne, 140; in Opposition
Hardinge, Sir Henry, accuses Lord in the Wellington administration,

John of supporting the Birmingham 145; in favour of a Central Assos
Political Union, i. 181; Chief Secre ciation, 153 ; letter on England's
tary for Ireland, 237

Russian policy, 159 ; letter on the
Hardwick, Mr. (police magistrate), ii. Prince de Polignac, 163; urges Lord
147

John to attack the strongest of the
Hardy, Lady, i. 71 N, 184 n

Tory strongholds in the election of
Harewood, Lord, 'i. 352

1831, 176 ; comment on Lord John's
Harrington, Lord, commander of the speech at Totness, 222; letter on the
forces in Ireland, i. 28

death of the Duke of Bedford, 354 ;
Hartington, Lord (afterwards Duke opposes the treaty of European

of Devonshire), at school at Wood Powers in 1840, 360 ; death of, 373 i
nesboro', i. 13; his dog 'Chance,' inscription composed by Lord John

for his monument, 373 n
Hartington, Lord, appointed by Lord Holy Places, struggle for the possession

John to first place in the War De of, by the Greek and Latin Churches,
partment, ii, 424

ii. 178; settlement of the dispute,
Harvey, Whittle (member for Colches-
ter), i. 146

Hood, Tom, pension to his children,
Hatherton, Lord, ii. 108

ii. 146
Hawes, Sir B., i. 398 n, 410

Hope, Professor, i. 47
Hawkesbury, Lord (afterwards Lord Horner, Mr., letter to, i. 78

Liverpool), proposed as Pitt's suc- Horsman, Mr., i. 441 ; proposal to
cessor, i, 18

exempt professional incomes from
Hawtrey, Dr. (Provost of Eton), ii. the income-tax, ii. 27

Houghton, Lord, his estimate of Lord
Herbert (confidential servant), i, 6, 8. John, ii. 470
Herbert, Rt. Hon. Sidney, i. 440; ii. Howick, Lord (3rd Earl Grey), at the

156; urges Lord John not to resign, meeting on the question of the
212; would subsidise Sweden, 221, Speakership, i. 233, 255; opposes
233, 234, 239; resignation of, 250, the suspension of the Canadian con-
295, 421, 422

stitution, 307 ; calibre as a Minister,

20, 28

180, 194

289

316; dissatisfied with the conduct of Huskisson, Mr., i. 151, 152
colonial affairs, 326, 327 ; attitude Hutt, Mr., opposition to the mainte.
towards the franchise, 338, 339 ; pro nance of war ships on the slave
position to promote hiin to the Post coast, ii. 104, 105, 413 n
Office, and call him to the House
of Lords, 350 ; resigns office, 350 ; IBRAHIM PACHA, defeats the Turks,
refuses to take office if Lord Palmer i. 360 ; defeated by them, 377
ston becomes Foreign Secretary, 427, Income-tax, abolition of, in 1816, i. 91 ;
431, 432; letter to Lord John on

increase of, ii. 25
the latter's formation of a Ministry, India, government of, transferred to
428 ; reasons for including him in the the Crown, ii. 307
Ministry, 443; his remonstrance at Indian Mutiny, outbreak of, ii. 300
Lord Palmerston's conduct of foreign Infantado, Duc d', i. 67
affairs, ii. 39; reduces the colonial Inglis, Sir Robert, at the Hundreds
garrisons, 45; dissatisfaction with Farm, Woburn, i. 170 n; at Grillion's,
Palmerston, 48 ; letter to Lord John 318 n; opinion of Lord John, 357;
on the Hungarian refugees, 50 ; commendation of Lord John's speech
views on Irish legislation, 63, 65; on Irish affairs, 456
proposes a loan to Canada, 75; Inkerman, battle of, ii. 232
against further expenditure on Ire- Ionian Islands, suggested transfer of,
land, 75; his Canadian proposal to Austria, ii. 36
before the Cabinet, 77 ; accused of Ireland : Arms Bill, i. 447 ; Church Re-
suppressing an important despatch, form Bill, 195-200 ; Coercion Bill,
92; one of the best Colonial Secre 213, 438 ; Municipal Bill, 277, 284,
taries, and the most unpopular of 285, 289, 291, 306, 312, 340; Poor
Ministers, 103 ; hostility to his colo Law Bill, 284, 289, 310, 455 ;
nial policy, 104, 137, 167 n

Registration Bill, 380, 385; Tithe
Howley, Dr. (Archbishop of Canter Bill, 207, 211
bury), correspondence with Lord Isturitz, Señor (Spanish minister in
John on the Hampden appointment, London), ii. 3, 9, 40
i. 492-496; death of, 498

Italy, revolution in, against the Aus-
Hubner, M., ii. 45

trians, ii. 33, 34; the party of Young
Hudson, Sir James (British minister at Italy and the Old Catholic party, 33 ;

Furin), and the charge of jobbery appeal to France, 41; considerations
brought by the Times against Lord for peace with Austria, 46; events
John, ii. 438 n; bis correspondence in the south of, 47

on the same, 440-443 n
Hume, the historian, i. 107

JACKSON, Dr., ii. 116
Hume, Mr., motions on the Civil List, Jacobson, Dr. (Bishop of Chester), i.
i. 126; and on the Irish Church,

495
207 n; in communication with Lord Jamaica, proposed suspension of its
John on the Speakership, 233; pro-

constitution, i. 332
position to curb Ministerial powers Jameson, Mrs., pension to, ii. 146
by limiting the supplies, 234 ; draws Jarnac, Count, French chargé d'affaires
attention to Orange Lodges in the

in London, ii, 2, 5
army, 275; acts as a stimulant to Jebb, Colonel (Sir Joshua), i. 346
Lord John, 344 n; his appeal to Jeffrey, Lord, i. 46; anecdote of, 185n
Lord John against war with France, Jellachich, General, bombards Vienna,
365; attacked by Lord John and ii. 44
called a 'chartered libertine,' 472 n ; Jews, Parliamentary disabilities of, i.
motion censuring the Government 148 ; Bill for removing those disa-
for its action in the Portuguese bilities, ii. 91
revolt, ii. 12; motion on the income- Jocelyn, Lord, speech on Irish discon-
tax, 28 ; measure of Radical Reform, tent, ii, 62, 206

Johnson, Mr. Reverdy, ii. 372
Hummelauer, Baron, i. 371; ii. 40 Johnston, Mrs. (actress), i. 6
Hungary, insurrection in, ii. 49, 135 Joinville, Prince de, appointed to the
Hunt, Dr., i. 31, 32

command of a French fleet, ii. 14;
Hunt, Leigh, pension to, ii. 146

his scheme for attacking England, 21

IOI

Jones, Ernest (Chartist leader), ii. 65 John, 143; in opposition in the
Jones, Gale (secretary to the Corre Wellington administration, 145; in

sponding Society), imprisonment for favour of a Central Association,
libel, i. 49

153; views on the Catholic question,
Jones, Sir William, ii. 373

153; declines the Foreign Office,
Junot, Marshal, i. 39

167; discourages concert with

O'Connell, 232 n; share in memo-
KAINARDJI, Treaty of, ii. 194

randum to Lord Grey, 243; warmly
Keck, Legh (member for Leicester-

supports a pension to Moore, 248;
shire), i. 149

before the Queen on the formation of
Kemble (actor), i. 7, 8, 26, 27

the Russell Ministry, 426; on the
Killeen, Lord (eldest son of Lord Fin.

risk of asking Mr. Cobden to take
gall), i. 48

office, 441; communications with
King, Ben, at Cassiobury, i. 143

Lord John on the office of Lord
King, Locke, his motion for the equali-

Lieutenant, 469, 470; on school
sation of county and borough fran-

grants, 471; letter from Lord John
chise, ii. 122; and for the reduction

on Irish affairs, 484; ii. 27; inter-

feres to check Lord Palmerston's
of county franchise, 293
Kinglake, Mr., his opinion of the

foreign policy, 38, 55, 57; his views
writing of Lord John, ii, 280, 425

on Irish legislation, 61; on the poor
Kinnaird, Lord, i. 34

rate in Ireland, 80; on the rating

clause in the Irish Poor Law Bill,
Kinnaird, Miss (afterwards Mrs.Drum-
mond), i. 239, 240 ; ii. 288

80, 84, 96; attitude on Reform,
Knowles, Sheridan, pension to, ii. 146

102; his objections to Lord John's

Reform Bill, 129; offers his resigna-
Koller, Baron (Austrian ambassador),
Palmerston's unauthorised despatch

tion, 130, 137 ; suggested as Prime
to him, ii. 132

Minister, 152 ; letter from Lord Pal-
Kossuth, victories of, ii. 44; Lord

merston, 158; writes to Palmerston
Palmerston's proposed reception of

on Lord John's willingness to take
him, 132, 135; his speeches against

office, 159, 160; declines to form a
Russia and Austria, 135, 136

Ministry, 161; Lord John requests
his counsel on his accepting the

leadership of the Commons in the
LABOUCHERE, Mr., at the Colonial Aberdeen Ministry, 162; his mode

Office, i. 327; in the Cabinet, 349; of dealing with Russian aggression
ii. 88, 137, 150 n, 167

on Turkey, 183 ; against Lord John's
Lafayette, General, i. 164

scheme of Reform, 200; insists on
Laird, Messrs., and the Alabama, ii. its modification, 202; compromise
364

with Lord John on the matter, 204 ;
La Marmora, General, ii. 284

threatens resignation if the Reform
Lamartine, M. de, his circular issued Bill is proceeded with, 210; com-

to foreign courts after the flight of munications with Lord John on the
Louis Philippe, 32; declares the remodelling of the War Department,
treaties of 1815 at an end, 35; re 236; sent for by the Queen to form
ceives a deputation from Irish agita a Government, 246; communicates
tors begging for aid, 60; his answer to Lord John the objections of the
to them, 64

Government to Austrian proposals
Lamb, Mr., i. 151 ; see Melbourne, regarding the Black Sea, 259 n ; pro-
Lord

poses Lord John as a member for
Jambert, Henry, i. 6

the Club,' 289
Lambton, Mr. ; see Durham, Lord Landseer, Sir Edwin, his sketches of
Langdale, Lord, i. 264 n

Lord Amberley and Lady Victoria
Lansdowne, Lord, in the Goderich Villiers, ii. 112

Ministry, i. 140; 'victim and dupe Larpent, i. 474 n
of two of the greatest rogues (poli- Lauderdale, Lord, i. 34, 45
tically speaking) in the kingdom,' Layard, Mr. (afterwards Sir A. H.),
141 ; negotiation with Canning, 142; contrasts the policy of Lord John
• honest as the purest virgin,' 143 ; with that of Lord Aberdeen in the
vouches for the staunchness of Lord conduct of the Crimean War, ii,

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