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  1. Aberdeen, Lord, Prime Minister, 240, 245, 276.
  2. Adelaide, Queen, 69, 147.
  3. Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, 51–53, 129 et seq.; appointed Regent, 161; biographies of, 313–318; birth and parentage, 134; growing power and influence, 167 et seq.; ignored by Palmerston, 207–208; last illness and death, 292–296; last years of, 253 et seq.; marriage to Queen Victoria, 152; memorials and monuments, 318–326; opposes Palmerston's policy, 220–235; plans "Great Exhibition," 196 et seq.; Private Secretary to the Queen, 187–188; references to, 385, 386, 402–406; remarkable triumph of, 202; reorganization of Royal household, 181–187; restored to popular favor, 252; tributes by British statesmen, 298–300; unpopular with upper classes, 204–206; violent outburst against, 241 et seq.; visits to London, 51–63; 132–134.
  4. Albert dock, opening of, 196.
  5. Albert Memorial Hall, 320, 328.
  6. Aldershot, 270, 352.
  7. Alexander, Prince, 49.
  8. Alexander, Prince of Battenberg, 383–389.
  9. America, civil war in, 292–293.
  10. Amorbach, 23, 30.
  11. Anglo–Russian War, 359.
  12. Anson, George, 148, 155, 166.
  13. Arnold, Dr., 40.
  14. Augustus, Prince, 1, 2, 50, 51.
  15. Austria, 235–237, 311.
  16. Balmoral Castle, 264–265, 277, 305, 357, 369, 390–391, 408; life of Royal family at described, 265–268.
  17. Balmoral House, 262.
  18. Beaconsfield, Earl, see Disraeli.
  19. Beaconsfield, Lady, 344.
  20. Beards for British sailors, 333–334.
  21. Bedford, Duke of, (footnote) 96.
  22. Belgium, 21, 46, 106, 108.
  23. Bismarck, 274, 309, 387, 388.
  24. Brandon, Lady, 89.
  25. Bronte, Charlotte, quoted, 176.
  26. Brown, John, 371–375, 413.
  27. Brougham, 2, 32–33.
  28. Buckingham Palace, 75, 77, 79, 111, 173, 181–185, 378, 383.
  29. Buggins, Lady Cecilia, 9.
  30. Cadiz, Duke of, 213, 217.
  31. Cambridge, Duke of, 8–9.
  32. Canada, 10, 94–95, 226.
  33. Canterbury, Archbishop of, 41, 67, 68, 100, 201.
  34. Carleton House, 35.
  35. Caroline, Lady, 84–85, 89.
  36. Cavour, 276
  37. Charlotte, Princess, 1–6, 12, 21, 77, 176.
  38. Chartism, 338.
  39. Chester, Dean of, 44.
  40. Claremont, 4, 5, 7, 45, 67.
  41. Clarence, Duchess of, 25, 30, 31.
  42. Clarence, Duke of, 8–9, 13, 15, 16; accession to the throne, 38; marriage of, 18.
  43. Clarendon, Lord, 228, 240, 245, 298, 330.
  44. Clarke, Sir James, 112, 113, 149, 151, 294.
  45. "Coburg Trust," 214.
  46. Colonial and Indian Exposition, 382.
  47. Congress of Berlin, 364.
  48. Congress of Vienna, 3, 327.
  49. Conroy, Sir John, 55–56, 61, 75, 111, 124.
  50. Conyngham, Lord, 64, 68.
  51. Corn Laws, repeal of, 191.
  52. Creevey, 13, 14, 17, 22, 91.
  53. Crimean War, 246, 252, 268, 360.
  54. Crisis over conflict between Russia and Turkey, 359–364.
  55. Crystal Palace, 202. See also Great Exhibition.
  56. Cumberland, Duke of, 8–9, 18, 32, 33, 39; king of Hanover, 129.
  57. Denmark, 309–312.
  58. Derby, Lord, 305, 327, 350, 357, 362, 364, 393.
  59. Dilke, Sir Charles, 340–341.
  60. Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, 327 et seq.; 382, 393, 397, 411: death of, 366; diplomatic triumph at Congress of Berlin, 364; Prime Minister, 343 et seq.; tribute to Prince Albert, 299.
  61. Durham, Lord, 45.
  62. Eastern Question, Prince Albert's comments on, 269.
  63. East India Company, 197.
  64. Edinburgh, Duke of, 356.
  65. Edward, Duke of Kent, 3, 8, 10–19, 21–29.
  66. Eliot, George, 396.
  67. Emperor of Russia, 2.
  68. English Constitution, 300.
  69. Ernest, Prince, 51–53, 134, 160.
  70. Ernst, Prince, 49.
  71. Eugenie, Empress, 272–273, 375.
  72. Feodora, daughter of Princess of Saxe–Coburg, 23, 36, 46, 69, 255.
  73. Ferdinand, Prince of Saxe–Coburg, 50–51, 79.
  74. France, 24, 226–227, 231.
  75. Francis, Duke of Saxe–Coburg–Saalfeld, 19–20.
  76. Frogmore Mausoleum, 318, 404.
  77. Garibaldi, 276.
  78. General Election of 1886, 381.
  79. George I, 300.
  80. George III, 7, 186, 249, 411; daughters of, 10; death of, 29; sons of, 7–10.
  81. George IV, 32, 34, 37, 38, 46, 205, 396.
  82. Germany, 24, 142, 145, 177, 219, 221, 226, 277, 388.
  83. Gibraltar, 10.
  84. Gladstone, Prime Minister, 327 et seq., 380–382, 393, 411.
  85. Gloucester, Duchess of, 37.
  86. Gordon, General, death of, 380.
  87. Granville, Lord, Foreign Minister, 239–240, 310, 313, 314.
  88. "Great Exhibition," (Crystal Palace), character of structure, 199; designed by Joseph Paxton, 198; planned by Prince Albert, 196–197; public opposition to, 198–199; successful opening and operation, 199–203.
  89. Gregory XVI, Pope, 142.
  90. Greville, Clerk of Privy Council, 71, 97, 98, 397.
  91. Greville Memoirs, 396.
  92. Grey, General, 315.
  93. Grey, Lord, 78, 83, 207, 300.
  94. Guizot, Prime Minister of France, 212, 213, 216.
  95. Hartington, Lord, 380.
  96. Hastings, Lady Flora, 62, 111–112, 125, 149.
  97. Hawarden, 331.
  98. Haynau, General, 235–236.
  99. Helps, Sir Arthur, 315, 317, 397.
  100. Home Rule, 381.
  101. House of Coburg, 79.
  102. House of Commons, 18, 163, 232, 249, 328, 331, 332, 341, 349.
  103. House of Brunswick, 280.
  104. House of Lords, 18, 312, 335.
  105. House of Wettin, 19.
  106. Imperialism, 357, 412, 414.
  107. Irish Church, 331–333.
  108. Irish Reforms, 332.
  109. Isabella, Queen of Spain, 211 et seq.
  110. Jordan, Mrs., 8–9.
  111. Jubilee Celebration, 383. See also Victoria.
  112. Karim, Munshi Abdul, 413.
  113. Kara, 269.
  114. Khartoum, 380.
  115. Kensington, 24, 30, 33, 35, 36, 57, 59, 61, 64, 65, 68, 75, 323.
  116. King of Prussia, 174.
  117. King of Saxony, 174.
  118. Kossuth, 237.
  119. Lamb, William, Viscount Melbourne, see Melbourne.
  120. Lancaster, Duchy of, 92.
  121. Lehzen, Baroness, governess of Victoria, 34, 36, 43, 46–48, 61, 71, 76, 77, 82, 89, 93, 110, 124, 148, 152, 154, 158, 167, 168, 407.
  122. Leiningen, Prince of, 20.
  123. Leiningen, Princess of, 20–21; marriage to Duke of Kent, 21.
  124. Leopold, Prince, 212, 214–216.
  125. Leopold, Prince of Saxe–Coburg, 2–7, 16, 19, 29, 31; King of Belgium, 45, 57–59, 66–67, 79, 81, 93, 101, 103–110, 129, 134, 139, 141, 143, 147, 164, 172, 175, 177, 214, 216, 367.
  126. Liberal Administration, 412.
  127. Liberal defeat, 1874, 343.
  128. Liberals returned to power, 1880, 365.
  129. Louis Philippe, 174, 175, 212, 214–218, 270.
  130. Lyttelton, Lady, 172; quoted, 417.
  131. Maclean Trial, the, 379.
  132. Macleod, Dr. Norman, 408.
  133. Maria II, Queen of Portugal, 79.
  134. Martin, Theodore, 314–316.
  135. Melbourne, Lord, Prime Minister, 69, 82 et seq.; 152, 161, 163, 165–167, 171, 179, 190–193, 271. 328, 392.
  136. Metternich, Prince, 12.
  137. Montpensier, Duc de, 213–217.
  138. Murray, Lady Augusta, 9.
  139. Napoleon, III, 238, 270–272, 338, 351.
  140. National Museum, 202.
  141. Nicholas, Tsar of Russia, 174.
  142. Nield, John, 340.
  143. Northumberland, Duchess of, 44.
  144. Norton, Mrs., 89.
  145. O'Connell, 32
  146. Orange, Prince of, 2, 57.
  147. Osborne, purchased for Royal residence, 193, 194, 209, 220, 260, 288, 305, 333, 353, 368, 387, 390, 415, 422.
  148. Owen, Robert, 11, 12, 27.
  149. Palmerston, Lord, 78, 79, 82, 106; Foreign Minister, 206 et seq., 245; Prime Minister, 252, 270, 275–277, 299, 304, 308, 309, 312, 321, 322, 327.
  150. Parliament, 19, 38, 122, 173, 334, 338, 339, 340, 352.
  151. Parliament, Houses of, rebuilding of, 180–181.
  152. Paxton, Joseph, designer of Crystal Palace, 198, 200.
  153. Peel, Sir Robert, 71, 78, 116, 117, 121–123, 147, 164, 166, 180, 188, 189, 192, 193, 198, 223, 231, 327.
  154. Piccadilly, 327.
  155. Portugal, quarrel over, 218.
  156. Prince Consort, see Albert.
  157. Princess Royal of Great Britain, 277–279.
  158. Princess Royal of Prussia, 8.
  159. Prussia, 308, 309; Crown Princess of, 387–389.
  160. Public Worship Regulation Bill, 349.
  161. Queen's Highland Journal, 374.
  162. "Red Room Wine," 186.
  163. Reform Bill, 39, 86, 114, 246, 342.
  164. Republicanism in England, 338.
  165. Roberts, Lord, 422.
  166. Rosenau, 136, 177, 194, 288, 295.
  167. Royal Family, the, 193, 257, 367, 375, 386.
  168. Royal Title, change of, 358–359.
  169. Russell, Lord John, 72, 192, 207, 226–229, 230, 233, 235, 237–239, 249, 252, 276, 293, 304, 327.
  170. Russia, 231, 234; clash with, 359–364.
  171. Rutland, Duchess of, 38.
  172. St. Laurent, Madame, 14–16, 18, 19.
  173. Salisbury, Bishop of, 2.
  174. Salisbury, Lord, 357, 364, 384, 389, 393, 411.
  175. Saxe–Coburg, Duke of, 19, 51; Duchy of, 19–20; Princess of, 16, 18.
  176. Schleswig–Holstein Question, 229, 234, 308–313.
  177. Scott, Gilbert, 320–326.
  178. Sebastopol, fall of, 274–275.
  179. Sefton, Lord, 17.
  180. Seven Weeks War, 311.
  181. Sibthorpe, Colonel, 199.
  182. Sidney, Sir Philip, 329.
  183. South African War, 420, 422.
  184. Spain, diplomatic crisis concerning, 211–217.
  185. Späth, Madame de, 34, 36, 61, 62.
  186. Stockmar, Christian Friedrich, 4, 29, 67, 69, 77–82, 90, 134, 140, 143, 152, 156–158, 162, 165, 179, 181, 188, 199, 223, 232, 246–248, 251, 258, 282–287, 301, 348, 407.
  187. Suez Canal, 349.
  188. Sussex, Duke of, 8, 9.
  189. Tennyson, Lord, 396.
  190. "The Boy Jones," 183–186.
  191. Tories, the, 38, 122, 146, 148, 162, 163, 343.
  192. Victoria, Mary Louise, Duchess of Kent, 16, 18, 19, 21–25, 29–30, 32, 35, 37 et seq., 73–75, 111, 124, 134, 291.
  193. Victoria, Princess, antecedents of, 1–22; birth of, 24; childhood of, 25–70; christening of, 26–27; prophecy concerning, 23; Queen of Great Britain, 68 et seq.; attempts upon life of, 375–379; bereavements, 375; children of, 257, 367; closing scenes, 420 et seq.; happy married life of, 253–296; Jubilee Celebration, 383; made Empress of India, 357–359; marriage, 152; official relations with Beaconsfield, 327–366; with Gladstone, 327–366; with Palmerston, 204 et seq.; religious beliefs, 406–408; widowhood, 297–326.
  194. Victorian Age, 195.
  195. "Victoria-Stift," 290.
  196. Wales, Prince of, 170, 193, 258–260, 280–282, 292, 328, 368, 386–387, 407.
  197. Wellington, Duke of, 17, 18, 22, 71, 113, 117, 121, 123, 147, 250.
  198. Westminster Abbey, 383.
  199. Whigs, the, 32, 39, 83, 116, 128, 148, 189, 192, 240.
  200. Whig Ministry, 56, 247; resignation of, 167.
  201. Whitehall Gardens, 354.
  202. Wilberforce, 32.
  203. William, King, 53 et seq.; death of, 68.
  204. William III, 248.
  205. William IV, 396.
  206. Windsor, 7, 37, 56, 59, 68, 96, 144, 159, 168, 173, 186, 190, 271, 273, 278, 305, 359, 375, 391, 394, 401.
  207. "Woman's Rights," 409.
  208. York, Duke of, 8, 13, 14, 17, 32, 38.
  209. Zulu War, 375.