What I Remember, Volume 2 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 369 pages of information about What I Remember, Volume 2.
Handwriting, Mary Mitford’s
Hare, Landor’s friend
Harrison, American President
Harrow days, old
Hatred, Our Lady of
Hebraist, learned
Heckfield, Mary Mitford at
Heenan the pugilist
Heidelberg
Heights, Witley
Hennell, Miss Sara, Mrs. Lewes to
Heretics, persecution of
Hermolaus, Barbarus
Hervieu, M., his portrait of my mother
High Church opinions, my sister’s
Highways and Byeways, Grattan’s
  new edition of
Hill, Herbert, Southey’s nephew
Hill, Theodosia, in Our Village
Hill, Frances, in Our Village
Hill, Joseph, Cowper’s cousin
History of Philosophy, G.H.  Lewes’s
History of Florence, my, G.H.  Lewes’s criticism of
Hoche, General, his daughter, anecdote of
Hobhouse, Edward, at Florence
Hofwyl, Lewes’s at
Holland, society of, Grattan on
Holland, Lord, Minister at Florence
  anecdote of
  saved my mother’s life
  Lady
Homoeopathic cure of erysipelas
Household Words, my contributions to
Huegel, Baron
Hume, Mr., the “Medium,” Dickens on
Humour, that of George Eliot
  that of Lewes, different
  my mother’s sense of
Hungarian politics, Pulszky on elections
Hungarians, Pulszky proud of the
Huntingford, Bishop of Hereford
  his handwriting
Hustings, fall of

I.

Ilfracombe, visit to
  Royal Clarence Hotel, at
Impudence, Irish, notable case of
Independenza, Piazza, dell’, in Florence
Index, the Roman Catholic
Indian hand, my first wife’s
Influenza and tragedy, Mary Mitford suffers from
Inghirami Marchese
Intimates, my mother’s, in youth and age
Ion, Sergeant Talfourd’s
Ireland in 1841
  Grattan on
Irish in America, Grattan on the
Italy, my mother’s book on
  takes to political thinking

J.

James, G.P.R., Lander’s friend
Jealousy, professional, at Florence
Joy, Mr., of Boston
Joyce’s Inn, dinner at
Judge Story, Grattan on

K.

Kenyon, Mr.
  and Landor
  his poems, Landor on
  Landor on
    and Miss Mitford
Kenyon, Mr. Edward, and Miss Mitford
  his munificence
Keppel Street days, old
Killeries, excursion to
Kingstown, landing at
Kirkup, Seymour, and Signor Bezzi

L.

La Beata, my novel, George Eliot on
  Lewes on
Lablache in 1840
“Lady” for wife, used by Landor
Laffarge, Madame
Lake of Como, George Eliot at
Lamartine, cited
Landor, Walter Savage
  at Siena
  circumstances under which he left England
  his character
  personal appearance
  last days at Florence
  anecdote of
  his deafness
  dropped his aspirates
  threw his dinner service out of window
  his vivacity of manner
  his objection to scattering his photograph

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