Lady John Russell eBook

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and pure soul beyond the grave, in the perpetuity of every just and noble life in the sum of human progress and enlightenment.  And in a sense that is quite as real as yours, even if it differ from your sense in form, I also make bold to say, this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality—­Death is swallowed up in victory.  O death, where is thy sting?  O grave, where is thy victory?  Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of Humanity, for as much as ye know that your labour is not in vain in Humanity.
Surely we have before us a high example of what it is to be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in good work, in the memory of Frances Elliot Countess Russell, who united in herself principles typified in the historic mottoes of her own house and that of her husband’s—­who kept her high courage under all adversities and opposition, in the spirit of che sara sara, “stand fast come what may”—­in the spirit of that other motto of the Elliots, suaviter el fortiter, “with all the gentleness of a woman and all the fortitude of a man.”

INDEX

Abbotsford
Abercromby, Lady Mary (see also Dunfermline, Lady)—­
  Marriage
  letters from Lady John Russell
  letters from Lady Minto
  correspondence with Lord John Russell
  letter from Lord Minto
  visit of Lady John Russell
  mentioned in the letters
Abercromby, Mr. Ralph, afterwards Lord Dunfermline
  Minister at the Hague
Aberdeen, Lord—­
  The Ecclesiastical Titles Bill
  consents to form a Ministry
  and Lord John Russell
  and the Eastern Question
  and Reform
  Lord John’s resignation
  Lord John’s appreciation of
  resignation
Abergeldie Castle
Acton, Lord, “Historical Essays and Studies”
Adams, Mr.
Adelaide, queen of William IV
Admiralty, the,
  Lord Minto at
  Mrs. Drummond’s description
“Adullamites,” the
Affirmation Bill, Gladstone’s
Alabama, case of the
Albert Hall, foundation stone laid
Albert, Prince Consort—­
  and Lord John
  Prussian sympathies
  visit to Pembroke Lodge
  and Italy
  at Coburg
  death
  “Trent” affair
  “Life of Prince Albert,”
  otherwise mentioned
Aldworth
Allen, Grant, “Science in Arcady”
Althorp, Lord
  and the Irish Coercion Bill
Amberley, Lady
  death of
Amberley, Lord, see also Russell, John—­
  Engagement
  defeated at Leeds
  returned for Nottingham
  maiden speech
  defeat in 1868
  letters from Lady Russell
  death of
  otherwise mentioned
American Civil War, the—­
  England’s position
  seizure of the Southern Commissioners
  Lord Russell’s speech on
  feeling in England
Anderson, Dr., of Richmond

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