Index of persons, places, themes and books in the George Borrow Bulletin, Second Series, nº 1 (2010) to current.

Locators are stated by bulletin number (in bold) followed by the page numbers for that bulletin. For example a subject with locator 6.23, 24 relates to pages 23 and 24 of Bulletin 2nd Series 6. Locators with the suffix ‘n.’ relate to information in the notes, those in italics relate to illustrations and photos.

Works, publications and translations produced by Borrow, and languages spoken by him can be found under the heading Borrow, George Henry.

Subjects with ‘?’ denote a query or that the information is a possibility or unknown.


1811 Overture: Being an Account of George Borrow, John Clare, Various Gypsies..., Nuttall  & Floate (article)  9.56–65

1956. René Fréchet, Louis Aragon and Post-War French Interest in Borrow, Laurie (article)

Part 1, René Fréchet  4.26–38

Part 2, Louis Aragon  5.19–43

 

@georgeborrowsoc  14.4-5

 

A Broadside (publication)  14.62–3

A chance encounter: the incredible adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett, Hentges (article)   8.16–29

A Christmas Carol, Dickens  5.58

A Daring Game, Missler  6.90

A film about Borrow – The Broken Law, Bainbridge (queries)  2.79–80

A Genealogical Conundrum: Some Afterthoughts on the people Borrow met in Cornwall,  Ridler (notes)  9.14–18

A Genius for Friendship – Reminiscences of the late Dennis Burton, Hentges  4.73–7

A Hand-book for Travellers in Spain  3.20, 23n., 5.72–3, 7.56

see also Ford, Richard

advice given by  6.52, 101, 11.81

A Little New Light on the Great Liverpool Affair, Missler (article)  3.15–23

A Magic Lantern Show in Fairyland, Ridler (article)  11.66–70

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare  13.22, 27

A modest bibliographical surprise: Borrow and Villaseca, Ridler (notes)  2.80–5

A Note in Defence of Michael Scot, Hitchcock (notes)  11.24–5

A Possible Precursor of Borrow's Lord Whitefeather?, Ridler (notes)  12.47–50

A Postcard from the Dee, Dobrzynski (review)  1.54–5

A postscript on Ch. 60 of Lavengro, Ridler (notes)  5.57–8

A Postscript on D'Eterville from Norfolk and Norwich Notes and Queries, 1902, Fiske (notes)   9.33–4

A Rubik's Cube on the Road, Missler (article)  11.70–90

A speculation about the Phillips portrait of George Borrow, Burleigh (notes)  2.76–7

A Tale of Two Brothers, Missler (notes)  12.29–34

A tale of woe: Borrows proxy encounter with the young man of Colunga, Barrett and Missler  (article)  8.39–42

A Time of Gifts, Leigh Fermor  5.73–4

A Toast to Borrovians the World Over, Fielder (transcript of speech)  9.80–2

A Tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire, Barber  6.37–8

A View of the Castle: Borrow and his Victorian peers via the photographs of Francis Frith,  Keeton (article)  13.35–40

A Voice from the Past – Two Essays on Borrow, Sanderson (article)  5.43–51

‘A Woman's Lament' (poem)  9.48

A World of His Own: The Double Life of George Borrow, Williams  7.71

A303 Highway to the Sun, The, Fort  5.57, 70–1

Abarbanel  11.61, 83–4, 64n.

Abdülmecid I, Sultan  10.4, 20

Abershaw, Jerry  2.66–8

Able, Susan, George Borrow: Does he still haunt the Oulton Estate? (notes)  5.59–61

Adams, Carol J., The Sexual Politics of Meat: a feminist-vegetarian critical theory  4.68

Adamson, Dr. Ian  4.26–7, 33, 38n.

Addresses & Papers / Collectanea, Eade  6.36

Adler, Cyrus, I Have Considered The Days  7.70

Aftermath: Selective Writings: 1960-2010, Blythe  1.67

Ainsworth, William Harrison, Jack Sheppard  2.13

Alamo, The, Myers  7.38

Albania, Borrow visits  14.51–53

ales, Borrow's appreciation of  5.48–9

Alliance of Literary Societies  9.2–4

AGM (2016)  13.6–7

Along the Enchanted Way: A Story of Love and Life in Romania, Blacker  3.24, 28–30

Along the Road: Notes and Essays of a Tourist, Huxley  9.44–5

Ambassador on Special Mission, Hoare  7.58–60

Amelia Opie: The Celebrity Quaker, Farrant (review)  10.58–60

America

Borrow’s interest in visiting  7.40

Borrow’s work held in libraries and collections in  4.50–1, 52–3

American Educator, Hancock  10.48

An Afternoon with George Borrow – at Brompton Cemetery (2013)  7.2–5

An Echo of Borrow in Madrid in 1943, Hitchcock (notes)  7.58–63

An important bibliographical discovery, Ridler (notes)  2.98–100

Ancient Danish Ballads, Prior  8.47, 52–4

Andalucia, Edwards  14.64

Andalusia, Spain  6.88, 98

see also Seville, Spain

Anglesey, Isle of  12.3, 5–20

Borrow's travels in  13.69, 72, 73, 14.53–5

society visit to (2016)  13.50–6, 70–6

see also Beaumaris, Anglesey; Holyhead, Anglesey; Pentraeth, Anglesey

Anglesey in the 1850s, Grove-White (article)  13.70–6

Another Forgotten Borrovian, Arthur Garland Jayne (notes)  7.42–4

Another Visitor to Anglesey, Ridler (article)  13.50–6

Anthony Gross: From Mirabete to London Bridge, Moore (article)  7.29–37

Antonio (manservant in Seville)  6.90, 92, 93

Apollinaire, Guillaume

interest in Borrow  2.63–4, 12.40–2, 44–6

La Démocratic sociale  12.40–1

‘apps' (mobile phone)  11.47

aqueducts and viaducts  11.16–20

Aragon, Louis  5.19, 22–3, 24–6, 28, 36–7

friendship with Nancy Cunard  5.27–30

poems of  5.20–1, 23–4, 30–6

Arnold, Matthew  6.23

As I walked out..., Lee  9.48

Ashkenazi Jews  11.62, 63

Astorga, Spain  9.46

Asturias, Spain

Borrow’s travels to  1.7, 9–10, 13–16, 10.10

descriptions of Spanish people in  1.10–12

meeting with ‘young man of Colunga'  8.40

tracing Borrow in  1.17–20

At the Bright Hem of God. Radnorshire Pastoral, Conradi  2.93–6, 3.59, 64

Attar, Hayim ben (manservant)  1.83, 6.93, 103, 107

audio books, Borrows works as  11.25–7, 13.49

Aylwin, Watts-Dunton  10.6–7, 8

Azaña, Manuel  1. 21n., 5.69–70

described by Borrow  10.11

Biblia en España. Traducido por Manuel Azaña, La, Borrow  1.8, 18–20, 5.69–70, 12.71–2

 

Back in time – the Carlist wars and Borrow's prison, Keeton (notes)  3.35–40

Badajoz, Spain  11.73–6, 81–2

Bainbridge, John  8.75, 14.61

Balmoral Kill, A Sean Miller Adventure  10.64

Footloose with George Borrow (On-line booklet)  7.75–6

Baldrey, S.H., George Borrow and His Circle  6.40

Banfield, Edwin, The Italian Influence on English Barometers from 1780  2.49

Barbary Coast see Gibraltar; Morocco

Barber, J. T., A Tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire  6.37–38

Bards of Wales, The (poem)  1.94

Barney, John, Defence of Norfolk 1793-1815: Norfolk in the Napoleonic Wars  10.64

Barrett, Ken

And A Park at Ferrol in Northern Spain, Named After Borrow (notes)  7.50–1, 51

George Borrow in and on Asturias (article)  1.7–24

Barrett Browning, Elizabeth  1.69, 8.39–42

Barroco on the Rock: George Borrow and Gibraltar, Garcia (Lavengro Press paper)  14.69

Batchelor, Denzil, The Boxing Companion  5.72

Bates, Katharine Lee, Spanish Highways and Byways  4.70–1

Battle of Dereham or the Annual Norfolk Jigg, The  14.43–4

‘Battle of Tal y Moelfre, The', Gwalchmai  12.9

Bawden, Charles, George Borrow's Manchu Translation of the 2nd Homily (article)  2.21–31

Bean, Tom

Macaulay buys Borrow (notes)  3.41–2

Murray 1843 and 1844 Colonial and Home / Home and Colonial Editions of The Bible in Spain (notes)  14.46–51

Reflections on Borrow & on El Greco's The Burial of the Conde de Orgaz (notes)  9.21–3

Beatrice of Naples, Queen of Hungary  1.98, 100

Beaumaris, the town's story, Steele  13.48

Beaumaris, Anglesey  13.66

Beaumaris Castle  12.6, 13.64

Beccles, Suffolk  12.54–5, 55

Beckett, Samuel  5.29

Beckford, William  8.29, 10.18n., 12.34–7

Letters from Italy with sketches of Spain and Portugal  10.9–10

Beckford and Borrow: Some Curious Fore-Echoes, Ridler (notes)  12.34–7

Belfast, Ireland, Borrow's visit to (1866)  14.32

Bennett Jones, Myfanwy

Borrow and the Miller; George Borrow Ym Mro'r Arwydd (in the District of the Arwydd), Ionawr – January 1985 (notes)  14.53–5

Berners, Isopel 'Belle'  1.29, 30–1, 32–5, 6.26–27, 8.48

Berry Directory of Norwich 1811, The  1.59–60

Better Late Than Never: The 1913 Borrow Centenary Celebrations in Norwich, Wilkins- Jones (article)  3.77–85

Between the Wood and the Water, Leigh Fermor  5.73–4

Beware of Wentworth Webster (and his Marquis De Santa Coloma), Missler (article)  7.6–17

Bible, The

see also Bible Society; New Testament

distribution of, in Spain  3.42, 7.15–16n.

themes of, in Lavengro  11.7–16

Bible en Espagne, La (translated by unknown)  12.41, 42–3, 47n.

Bible en Espagne..., La, translated by Fréchet  4.30–2, 30, 36–7n., 5.19, 25

Bible in Spain see Borrow, George Henry, works, publications and translations of

Bible Society

see also Brandram, Rev; Cunningham, Rev. Francis; Jayne, Arthur Garland

Borrow as agent for  1.7, 1.8–10, 5.54, 7.6, 12.3

organisation of visit to Spain  6.59, 88–89, 95–96, 97

in St. Petersburg  2.21

in Spain (1943)  7.59–60

Biblia en España. Traducido por Manuel Azaña, La, Borrow (review)  5.69–70

Bibliotheca Corviniana, Hungary  1.99–101

‘bickers'  13.41

Bickerstaff, Isaac, Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett, The  9.49

Big Issue  7.77, 10.71, 72

Bigland, Eileen  7.36

'Lavengro, Bt George Borrow'  7.29–37

Birkenhead, Earl of, The Hundred Best English Essays  11.40

Birrell, Augustine  3.82

Essays  11.40

Res Judicatæ  4.69

Bitter End: Borrow's Lost Job Opportunity and its Impact on The Romany Rye, Ridler  (article)  12.47

Black Robin (Robin Ddu)  12.10–11

Blackcountryman, The (periodical)  14.56

Blacker, William, Along the Enchanted Way: A Story of Love and Life in Romania  3.24, 28– 30

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine  2.8

Blaesing, Bernhard, George Borrow  3.49

Bloch, Jules  5.31–2

Blood, Colonel  2.10, 15, 16, 20n., 67

Blue Mosque, Constantinople  10.4

Blythe, Ronald, Aftermath: Selective Writings: 1960-2010  1.67

bogs in Ireland, described by Borrow  6.4, 7

Bohemian Days in Fleet Street, Mackay  11.20

‘Bohèmes' (Exhibition), Paris  5.80

Bohèmes: de Léonard de Vinci à Picasso (exhibition) (review)  6.31–32

Bolingbroke, Leonard, Norfolk Archæology  8.61–2, 63n.

Bonaparte, Prince Louis-Lucien  4.51

Boner, Charles  3.24–5

Book Collector, The  1.67, 2.96, 9.46

Book of Horncastle and Woodhall Spa, The, Robinson  1.5

Books Burn Badly, Rivas (review)  2.89–93

‘Born to be a great traveller': Joseph Sell as Borrow's Imaginary Portrait of the Artist as a  Young Man, Chandler (lecture)  2.7–21

Borowitz, Albert, The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case  5.72

Borrow, Ann, née Perfrement or Parfrement (mother)  4.2

early life of  8.73, 11.8, 14.40, 42

letters to, from George  6.91

letters written by  5.54, 6.97

restoration of grave  2.3–4, 5

Borrow, Chislam (character by Apollinaire)  2.64

BORROW, GEORGE HENRY  12.3–4

ancestry of  5.5–19, 11.8

artistic impressions of   4.5–6, 8.55, 11.47

Henry Wyndham Phillip's portrait  2.76–7

birth  8.72

criticism of  1.17–18, 13.12, 13

death and burial  3.4, 4, 7. 4–5, 12.82–3, 14.34

description of genre  1.45

descriptions of appearance and character  1.88n, 3.55, 78, 83, 6.40, 8.78–9

by Anne Taylor (cousin)  9.51

by Caroline Fox  9.11

by David Jones  3.70

by Elizabeth Barrett  1.69

by Rev. J. Wilcock  5.80–1

by J. Frank Bradley  4.73

by Dr. John Bately  2.106–7

by Marquis de Santa Coloma  7.12

by Theodore Watts-Dunton  3.67

by Dr. Thomas Hake  7.78

by William MacKay  10.74, 11.20–3

drinking habits  5.48–51

eccentric nature  1.17–18

early life  2.7, 12.3

in Ireland  10.25

relationship with father  9.66–7, 69, 10.15, 11.8–9, 12–13

schooling  4.16, 8.61

engagement, to Mary Clarke  6.97

friendships of  13.37–8

see also Brightwell, Cecilia 'Lucy'; Watts-Dunton, Theodore 

handwriting  3.88, 8.45

health  1.13, 80–4, 10.12, 18–19n.

hypochondria?  14.34

mental (described in Lavengro)  1.26–8, 30, 32, 35

OCD?  7.67

imprisonment  3.36–9, 6.97, 7.8

influence on other writers  2.61–2, 5.19–20, 10.23–5

Arno Schmidt  13.26–27, 30–33

letters

correspondence with Ann (mother)  5.54, 6.91

correspondence with Don Luis de Usoz  7.65–6

to Bible Society  2.27

see also Brandram, Rev., Borrow’s letters to

to Bowring, John  11.86n.

to Rev. Cunningham  2.24

to John Hasfield  11.72–3

to John Murray  14.47–9

to Mary (wife)  1.79–80, 84, 2.70, 10.4

linguistic skills of  4.38–44, 12.3

Arabic  6.65, 106–08, 112–15, 11.41–2, 14.15n.

Armenian  6.26

Asturian  1.12–13,

Chinese (Manchu)  2.21–31, 8.74

Danish  4.39–40

Gaelic  3.53–4

German  12.20–8

Hebrew  5.64–5, 6.110–112

in The Bible in Spain  6.105–06, 109–12

Hungarian  1.90, 93, 110, 9.35–6

Latin  12.14

Manchu  2.21–31, 8.74

Moors  6.107, 112–115

Moroccan Arabic  11.41–2

Romani  1.26, 49, 90, 110, 9.71, 75

Borrow's errors in  10.68–9

critical books and essays on  14.62

Russian  4.41

Spanish  1.12–13, 9.75

Suz  6.57n

Turkish  4.67–8, 14.15n.

Welsh  1.94, 3.88, 4.39, 40–1, 10.70–1, 11.25, 13.70, 83–91

in The Sleeping bard  10.29, 32–4

Yiddish  6.109

marriage, to Mary Clarke  6.98

political views of  3.32, 8.66–7

religious views of  1.37–9, 6.69–70, 11.33–4, 57–6

residences  8.72–3, 10.14

see also Dee Cottage, Llangollen

in London 5.59, 7.45, 46

in Norwich  3.77–8, 80, 9.12, 13

in Oulton  2.6, 14.34

in Spain  2.82–3, 3.39–40, 4.7–8, 8, 7.11

'veiled period'  2.84n., 3.78

WORKS, PUBLICATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF

Bible in Spain, The

admiration of, by contemporaries  9.10–11

amendments made to, by Borrow  14.49

characters within  7.57, 8.39–40, 11.61, 83–4, 64n., 12.29, 33

see also Judah Lib

descriptions of Spanish people in  1.10–12

editions of  4.69, 6.40, 11.45–6, 48, 12.71–2

Murray's Colonial & Home Library  14.46–51

see also Bible en Espagne..., La, translated by Fréchet

French review of  6.33–34

Jews depicted in  11.57, 58, 62–3, 63n.

languages and dialects in  6.100–122

publication of  6.75

reference to, in other published works  3.41

references to Asturias in  1.7, 10, 12, 14–16, 18

references to Gibraltar in  5.63, 6.43–44, 47–50, 78–86, 94

references to Tangier in  6.52, 56, 58

themes within  10.8–11, 11.66–70

Brown William (poem)  4.61

Celtic Bards, Chiefs and Kings  12.5, 14–15, 17–18

‘Danish Poetry and Ballad Writing' (essay)  12.22–3

Elegy on Barbara (poem)  4.61

‘England's Glorious Liturgy'  12.70, 70

English Gypsy Language: Word Book of the Romany  9.45, 45

Erl-King (Der Erlkönig) (translation)  12.20–8, 28

Expedition to Birting's Land, The (poem)  4.61

Fall of Zolnok, The (poem)  4.62

Fridleif and Helga (Romantic Ballads)  1.42, 42–3

Gweledigaetheu y bardd cwsc, (Visions of the Sleeping Bard), Wynne  13.78, 82–91, 94

Gypsy Gospel (translation of)  3.38–9

Gypsy Luke, The  6.90

‘Ingeborg's Lamentation' (translation)  8.50, 51–2

Lavengro: The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest (1851)  3.57

account of Joseph Sell in  2.8, 10, 15

castles mentioned in  6.4–11

characters and references within  1.25–35, 8.34–5, 9.59–60

see also D'Eterville, Father Thomas; Lavengro (character)  Petulengro, Jasper

con-man  12.38–9, 45

David Haggart  2.65–6

Ingeborg, reference to  8.50

Philoh  3.32

Poet Parkinson  1.49–50, 53n

Romani women  13.11–21

‘serio-comic author'  8.29, 31, 33–7

snakes  9.65–9

Williams, Peter  1.25, 30–1, 35, 4.11–12, 14–15, 18–23, 45

influence on other writers  5.26–7, 36, 10.23–5, 13.31

journey of the main character  2.73–5

references to, in other publications  8.56, 57, 9.6–9

review of  6.36

themes within  10.6, 11–13, 11.7–16, 31, 49–50, 12.37–40, 45

dreams  13.76–7, 14.70–1

socialism  14.8, 15n.

Lewis Avershaw, for Murder, 1795  2.66–77

Life and Adventures of Joseph Sell, the Great Traveller  2.8–20, 3.5–14, 9.7

theories and thoughts on  2.68–72

‘Lines to Six Foot Three' (poem), Borrow  12.17

‘London Bridge'  12.70

Moorish Vocabulary  6.65, 107, 11.41–2

'Ode of Horace' (translation)  12.15–16, 16

Ode to Lewis Morris (poem), Borrow  4.61

Romano Lavo-Lil: Wordbook of the Romany..  1.66, 5.29, 9.45, 45, 75, 11.49

Romantic Ballads  1.40, 42, 42–3, 44, 8.45, 47, 50

romantic themes in  10.7–8

Romany Rye, The  6.27, 8.73–4, 9.3, 10.11–13, 11.49

characters and references in  1.90–1, 95, 12.47–50, 48, 14.55–9

Cogia Nasr Eddin Efendi  14.8, 14

Romani women  13.13–21

influence of, on other writers  13.27, 30–1

Sleeping Bard, The  1.63, 4.19

 ‘Songs of Scandinavia' (translations) 4.60, 8.45–54, 46

Squint-eyed Lady, The (poem)  4.61

Svend Vonved (poem)  4.62

Targum  8.50–2

translation techniques  14.65–6

Welsh and their Literature, The  1.61–2

Welsh Poems and Ballads (translations)  12.5

Wild Wales: It's People, Language and Scenery  1.45–6, 47, 12.4

characters and references in  10. 27–8, 35–41, 41–4, 12.6–7, 11–12, 50–62, 13.44–7

Miller of Mona and his Wife  14.53–5

editions of  11.47, 48

influence of, on other writers  10.7

introductions to  3.66–7, 70–2, 4.69

romantic themes in  10.15–18

word play in  6.27

The Zincali, Borrow  1.89, 6.56, 73, 92, 11.49, 82

amendments made to, by Borrow  14.51

editions of  14.51

etymology of the word 'Gypsy' in  10.48

portrayal of Gypsies in  6.96, 9.71, 73

review of  8.34

Borrow, Capt. George Henry (cousin)  5.13–17, 19n.

Borrow, John Thomas (brother)

adult life and death  1.42, 6.10, 7.40

George’s relationship with  11.12–13

letters written by  8.66–7

paintings by  4.6

schooling  9.3, 4

Borrow, Mary, née Clarke (wife)

see also Clarke, Henrietta (stepdaughter)

accompanies George on travels  3.88–9, 6.90–91, 96, 92

account of Yarmouth sea rescue (1853)?  10.53

death and burial  7.45

early life  5.53

health  10.14

letters to, from George  1.79–80, 84, 2.70, 6.89–90, 10.4, 14.32

marriage to Borrow  6.98

personal monetary accounts of  10.42, 11.44, 45, 13.43, 44

Borrow, Mike, obituary of  7.2

Borrow, Capt. Thomas (father)  9.57

ancestry of  5.6, 13

burial  9.66

George's relationship with  9.66–7, 69, 10.15, 11.8–9, 12–13

lost painting of  4.6

militia career of  9.20n., 47, 11.17, 14.40

see also militia, history of

negativity towards the Irish  10.50–1

Borrow ancestry  2.79, 79, 5.5–19

Borrow and Abershaw, Keeton (notes)  2.65–8

Borrow and Dickens, Ridler (notes)  13.44

‘Borrow and Lawrence: The Language of Seduction and the Seduction of Language', Hyde  (article)  8.73

Borrow and the Bible in Lavengro, Keeton (article)  11.7–16

Borrow and the Case of the Hungarian Nobleman, Hyde (article)  1.89–95

Borrow and the Hunyadis, Wilkins-Jones (article)  1.95–103

Borrow and the Masons, Ridler (notes)  14.60

Borrow and the Miller; George Borrow Ym Mro'r Arwydd (in the District of the Arwydd), Ionawr – January 1985, Bennett Jones (notes)  14.53–5

Borrow and the Sleeping Bard, Mawtus (notes)  10.29–34

Borrow Dreaming, Ridler (article)  11.49–50, 13.60, 14.70–1

Borrow in Albania, Ridler (notes)  14.51–53

Borrow in Wiltshire, Skillman (article)  5.89–95

Borrow on Anglesey (Ynys Môn), Parry-Jones & Moughton (notes)  2.77–8

Borrow On-line, Price (notes)  7.72–5

Borrow Plaque in the Calle Santiago, Madrid (notes)  4.7–8, 8, 7.63–4, 64, 65

Borrow, Romany Gypsies and the Third Reich, Wilkins-Jones (article)  9.71–9

Borrow Translations. Series 1. Songs of Scandinavia and other Poems and Ballads, The,  Hentges  3.47, 4.60–3

Bottom's Dream: Arno Schmidt and George Borrow, Rawbone (article)  13.22–35

Borrow's European Journey, Ridler (article)  1.77–89

Borrow's Second Tour of Wales in 1857, ed. Ridler  13.57

Borrow's 'Songs of Scandinavia' & Prior's Ancient Danish Ballads, Ridler (article)  8.45–54

Borrow's Turkish Jester – A personal interpretation, Keeton  14.5–22

Borrowing a Snake, Hyde (article)  9.65–70

Boswell, Gordon  13.5

see also Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Spalding 

Bowen, Aylwin, Through Borrow's Wild Wales  10.33

Bowring, Sir John  1.93, 3.41, 8.45

letters from Borrow  11.86n.

Servian Popular Poetry  6.39

The Westminster Review  8.34

Boxing Companion, The, Batchelor  5.72

‘Boxing Harry'  10.42, 56

Brace, Charles Loring  3.24–5, 7.11

Bradley, A. G., Highways and Byways in North Wales  3.47

Bradley, J. Frank  4.10, 73

Bradt Travel Guides  5.72, 9.42

Brandram, Rev.

Borrows letters to  7.61, 11.85n.

regarding Tangier  6.61, 62, 65, 72

from Spain  6.89, 96, 90, 92, 97

sends Borrow to Portugal and Spain  1.7–8

Bred of Heaven, Rees  3.49, 4.59–60

bridges  3.89

Brightwell, Cecilia ‘Lucy’  1.101, 4.47, 9.10, 11, 10.4, 14

British and Foreign Bible Society see Bible Society

British Association for Victorian Studies  14.65

British Newspapers website  1.64

Broadbridge, David, Treading the Dance Men Dansen den går  11.40–1

Broadus, Edmund Kemper  6.18–23, 19

Broken Law, The (film)  2.79

Brompton, London  7.45, 12.82–3

Brontë, Charlotte  12.62–3

Browne Lester, Valerie, 'What Phiz Did Without Boz'  12.48–9

Browne, Hablot Knight (Phiz)  12.48

Buchan, John, Huntingtower  6.35

Buchini, Antonio (manservant)  1.11–12, 14, 8.39–40, 41–2

Bunn, Ivan  5.4

George Borrow, Oulton and Beyond  11.43–5

Burial of the Conde de Orgaz, The, El Greco  9.21–3

Burke, Ulick Ralph  6.101

Burleigh, Richard

A speculation about the Phillips portrait of George Borrow (notes)  2.76–7

George Borrow in Cornwall (notes)  5.61–2

obituary  14.3

Burney, Fanny  10.59

Burns, Jimmy, La Rioja: A Journey through Spanish Football (review)  6.29–31

Burns Marañón, T  1.18

Burrage, Alfred McLelland, Occult Files of Francis Chard: Some Ghost Stories, The  7.68

Burton, Dennis

George Borrow and Presteigne (notes)  3.62–6

obituary  4.4, 73–7

Burton, Rev. Henry  14.58–9

Bury and Norwich Post  2.100, 10.53

Bury St. Edmunds 10.14

Bushbury Church, Wolverhampton  11.46

Byron, Lord  1.55–7, 2.17

By-paths in Dereham History, Fiske (notes)  14.40–6

Byways, Boots and Blisters, Laws  3.48

 

Cadiz, Spain  6.94

Cairns, Conrad, The First Carlist War (1833-1840), A Military History & Uniform Guide  (reviews)  3.44–7

Caizergues, Pierre  12.46n.

'George Borrow: un Européen pittoresque' (A picturesque European)  4.68, 12.40–7

Calle Jorge Borrow, La Coruña, Froiz (notes)  7.50, 51

Callot, Jacques  2.63, 65n.

Cambrian Sketchbook..., The, Rice Davies  6.38

Cambridge University  9.4–6

camping matches  6.31

Campos Calvo-Sotelo, Juan, Náufragos de Antaño [Shipwrecks of former times]  5.74

Canals of North West England, The, Hadfield and Biddle  11.17

Canterbury, Kent  9.2

Cárcel de la Corte (prison), Madrid  3.37–8, 40, 7.8

see also Borrow, George Henry, imprisonment

Carew, Bampfylde Moore  10.62

Carlist conflict, Spain

First Carlist War (1833-40)  2.32–47, 3.36, 8.41

Marquis de Santa Coloma’s involvement?  7.7, 13–14

published works on  3.44–7, 4.65–7

Carlos, Count of Molina (Don Carlos)  2.40

during First Carlist War  2.40–41, 42–4

claims to the Spanish throne  2.32–4, 37, 39

Carlyle, Thomas  13.37, 40n.

Carmen, Mérimée  2.61

Carnival and Lent: G. K. Chesterton and Borrow on Selling Novels to Survive, Chandler  (notes)  9.6–9

castles

Beaumaris Castle, Anglesey  12.6, 13.64

Chirk Castle, Wrexham  1.48, 10.42

Knockagh Castle, Ireland  6.5–7, 12

Loughmoe Castle, Ireland  6.5, 7–10, 13

Catholicism, Borrows attitudes towards  6.69–70

cats  9.23–6, 10.44–5, 55

Celtic people, Borrow opinions of  6.23

Cendrars, Blaise  2.63

Centenary Celebrations, Norwich (1913)  3.77–85, 14.64

Ceuta, Spain  6.92–93

Chaillou, Michel  2.64

Chamberlain, Paul, Hell Upon Water: Prisoners of War in Britain 1798-1815  9.42

Chandler, Dr. David

‘Born to be a great traveller': Joseph Sell as Borrow's Imaginary Portrait of the Artist as a  Young Man (lecture)  2.7–21

Carnival & Lent: G. K. Chesterton and Borrow on Selling Novels to Survive (notes)  9.6–9

Celtic Fielding, Realist of Dreams!...  6.18–24

‘For Him Borrow Fought': Peter Oliver's Life & Adventures of Joseph Sell (article)  3.5–14

Checklist of Publications on Borrow Since the 1981 Centenary, Ridler (article)  4.78–90

Chesney, Kellow, The Victorian Underworld  5.72

Chester, Cheshire  14.55–6

Chesterton, G. K.  9.6–9

Chetwode, Penelope, Two Middle-Aged Ladies in Andalusia  5.75

Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came, Moran  10.47

Children's Magazine  13.50–6

Chirk Castle, Wrexham  1.48, 10.42

Christian people, in Gibraltar  6.102

Christianity Today (magazine)  8.76

Christmas  9.47–8

Christmas Evans, Ramsbottom  4.12, 14

Christmas Evans, The Preacher of Wild Wales..., Hood  6.38

Chronicles of Martin Hewitt, Morrison  7.69

Chronological Retrospect of the History of Yarmouth..., Finch-Crisp  6.37

Church of England Cat, The, Price (notes)  9.23–6

Church of England Cat, The (readers write)  10.55

Church of England Cat, The – Out of the Bag, Skillman (notes)  10.44–5

Churchill, Winston  2.72

Citizen (newspaper)  6.39

Clare, John  9.56–7, 62, 64

see also John Clare Society

interest in Gypsies  9.56, 59, 62–3, 75

Clark, Margaret  9.4–6

Clarke, Henrietta (stepdaughter)

accompanies George on travels  3.88–9

in Seville  6.90, 91, 92, 93, 98

in Wales  5.46, 47–8n., 10.17, 12.5, 6

diary of  14.34

later life  11.45, 12.67–8, 69n.

marriage to William MacOubrey  14.22, 31–5, 38n.

residences  11.24n.

Clarke, Mary see Borrow, Mary, née Clarke (wife)

Clements, Paul, Richard Hayward's Love of Lavengro (notes)  10.23–5

Clergyman of M-----, The, Skillman (notes)  14.55–9

Clickimin Broch, Lerwick  5.80–1, 81

Cogia Nasr Eddin Efendi (character)  14.8

Col. Crocketts Exploits and Adventures in Texas, Smith  3.49

Col. Crocketts' Exploits and Adventures in Texas, Mawtus (notes)  7.38–42

Coles, S. F. A., Spain Everlasting  11.38–9

Collie, Prof. Michael  2.11, 4.2–3

Collins, Richard see Gwinnett, Ambrose

Colonial & Home Library, editions of The Bible in Spain  14.46–51

Comic Almanack  8.44

Company of Literary Gentlemen  1.16

conferences see society business, meetings and conferences

Conquest of Happiness, The, Russell  8.73–4

Conradi, Peter, At the Bright Hem of God. Radnorshire Pastoral  2.93–6, 3.59, 64

Constantinople  10.3–4, 14.51–2, 53

Cooper, Artemis, Paddy Leigh Fermor, An Adventure (review)  9.34–7

Copyright Act (1842)  14.47

Cornwall

see also Penquite, Cornwall

Borrow ancestry in  5.6–7

Borrow's acquaintances in  9.14–18

Borrow's affection for  5.62

publications on  10.62

Correa, Joanna  6.51, 54, 60, 62, 102

Corvinus Lectionary, The  1.96, 101

court cases  3.51, 6.15–18

Courtauld, Simon, Footprints in Spain: British Lives in a Foreign Land  13.48

Cowper, William  3.32, 51

Crane, David, Some Desperate Glory: The First World War the Poets Knew  9.43

Crimean War  3.75–6

‘Cristina' (Maria Cristina), Queen Consort of Spain  2.32, 34, 43

see also Carlist Conflict, Spain

Crockett, David ‘Davy’  3.49, 7.38–42

‘Croeso I Gymru', Random Jottings from Llangollen, Pattinson (notes)  10.40–1

Cromwell, Oliver  6.4

Crotchet Castle, Peacock  8.32, 34, 35

Cunard, Nancy  5.27–30, 28

Cunningham, Rev. Francis  5.52–7

letters from Borrow  2.24

published works by  4.70, 5.56–7, 6.37

currency (pounds)  9.50, 50

 

Daily Mail  5.78–9

Daily Telegraph Miscellany in Prose and Verse, The, Firth  14.63–4

Danger! Educated Gypsies: Selected Essays, Hancock  14.62

Darlow, Thomas  7.43

Das steinerne Herz, Schmidt  13.25

David Jones and Everyman's Wild Wales, Murphy (lecture)  3.66–77

Davies, Christopher, The Handbook to the Rivers and Broads...  6.36

Dawson Turner, Palgrave and Barker papers  5.4

Debrecen, Hungary  1.85–6

report of society meeting in (2010)  1.70–6, 73

Dee Cottage, Llangollen  10.36, 37, 38–9, 41

sale of (2012)  5.5

society visit to, 2015  11.3, 3

Defence of Norfolk 1793-1815: Norfolk in the Napoleonic Wars, The, Barney  10.64

Defoe, Daniel, From London to Lands End  5.57–8

Démocratic sociale, La, Apollinaire  2.63, 12.40–1

Derbyshire, John, ‘Gypped by Gypsies in Canada'  5.78

Dereham, Norfolk  3.33, 54, 8.72–3

Freemasons' Lodge  14.60

George Borrow and Dereham, Ridler and Fraser  10.73–4

history of  14.40–6

St. Nicholas Church  3.32, 34

Descartes, René, Meditations  13.77

D'Eterville, Father Thomas  2.57, 8.59, 61

spelling of surname  9.33–4, 10.56

‘Deux nomades: Apollinaire et Borrow', Peltier (article)  8.73

Devil's Bit (Devil's Mountain), Ireland  6.9

dialects, local

North Africa  6.107–108

East Anglian  10.56–7

Dickens, Charles  5.58–9, 12.38, 39

Borrow's interest in  13.44

Dictionary of Literature  1.44

Dictionary of the English Language, Johnson  5.21

Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue  10.46–8

Diddanwch Teuluaidd  12.11, 14

diligencia, La (stage-coach)  11.77–9, 80, 82

Dinmael, Wales  11.28–9, 29

Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis, De Ictero, MacOubrey  14.23

Dobrzynski, Jan, A Postcard from the Dee (2009) (review)  1.54–5

Doctor, &c, The, Southey  3.11

Dods, Mary Diana, Tales of the Wild and Wonderful  2.9–10

Domestication of a Genius: Biography and the Romantic Poet, North (2009) (review)  1.55–7

Dominguez brothers  12.29–34

double-entendres  6.27

Doughty, Louise, Stone Cradle (2006)  1.48–9

Douglas, James, Theodore Watts Dunton  6.39

Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, 'Borrowed Scenes'  4.71

dreams, theme in Borrow's work  11.49–50, 13.60, 13.76–7

Dreams, Waking Thoughts and Incidents by William Beckford of Fonthill, Beckford  12.34–5

drinking habits, of Borrow  5.48–51

Drummond-Hay, Edward William Auriol  6.52, 56, 57n., 60–61

Dumas, Alexandre  7.39

Dürer, Albrecht  4.55, 55

Dutt, William A.

George Borrow in East Anglia  7.69, 10.63–4

Some Literary Associations of East Anglia  7.69–70

 

Eade, Peter, Addresses & Papers / Collectanea  6.36

Earle, Prof. John  12.59

Earlham Hall, Norwich  5.54

East Anglia

see also Dereham, Norfolk; Norwich; Oulton, Suffolk

dialect of, in Borrow's work  10.52, 56–7

sport in  6.31

East Anglia, Ritchie  1.58

East Anglian Enchantment, an anthology compiled by Victor Allen  9.43

East Dereham see Dereham, Norfolk

Eastern Daily Press

articles on Borrow  1.68, 6.40

letters in  2.97, 3.51, 4.67

report of restoration of Ann Borrow's grave  2.3

Echoes in Lavengro of the artists Albrecht Dürer and Joseph Mallord William Turner?, Ridler  (notes)  4.55–8

Edinburgh Literary Companion, The, Lownie  5.72

Edinburgh Review  6.75

Edinburgh's Bickers, Keeton (notes)  13.41

Educación integral y de vanguardia, Quero Moreno (review)  8.67–70

Edwards, Andrew and Suzanne, Andalucia  14.64

Edwards, Dr. David  10.37–8, 44–5

El Greco, The Burial of the Conde de Orgaz  9.21–3

El País (newspaper)  7.77, 14.64–5

Embéo e Majaró Lucas see Gypsy Luke Project – Further Results, Missler (notes)

English Prose from Bacon to Hardy, Broadus  6.20

Erard, Michael, Mezzofanti's Gift: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language  Learners  7.65–8

Erl-King, The (Der Erlkönig), Goethe  12.20–8, 28

erotic themes, to Borrow's works?  13.32, 35n.

Escandon y Lué, José María  8.40–1

‘Esquisses de la vie des Gitanos d'Espagne' (booklet)  2.98–100, 99

Essay Competitions see George Borrow Trust, Essay Competitions

Eterville, Thomas de see D'Eterville, Father Thomas

Etymologicon, Forsyth  6.24

Europe, Borrow’s ‘Grand Tour of’ (1844)   1.77–89, 78

European Romanticism: A Reader, Prickett, Haines, eds.  8.72

Evangelical Church  9.46

see also Bible Society

Evans, Catherine  4.14, 15–18

Evans, Christmas  4.10–11, 12–15, 20, 20, 22–3

biography of  7.71–2

Evening News  8.55, 56

Evergreen (publication)  14.64

Évora, Portugal

Borrow's visit to, timeline of?  11.72–3

society visit to (2015)  11.51–6

Excursions along the shores of the Mediterranean, Napier  9.73

executions, public  12.29–34

expense accounts, of Borrow's travels  11.77–81, 85, 89n.

personal monetary accounts of Mary Borrow  10.42, 11.44, 45

'Exploring Wild Wales with George Borrow', Skillman  3.51

Extract from Athenæum, Watts-Dunton  8.17–19, 26

 

Famous Fights – Past and Present (journal)  4.10, 14.52

Farewell Spain, O'Brien  11.39–40

Farrant, Ann, Amelia Opie: The Celebrity Quaker (reviews)  10.58–60

Farrell, Frank  3.77, 79, 80–1

Favourite Books about Spain, Kerrigan (notes)  7.56

Fearon vs. P & O court case  6.15–18

Fenimore Cooper, James  7.39

Ferdinand VII, King of Spain  2.32–4

Fernández, Jaime  8.76

Ferrol, Spain, George Borrow Square  7.51, 51

Fielding, Henry  6.22, 11.50, 51

fighting, bare knuckle  3.43–4

Finch-Crisp, William, Chronological Retrospect of the History of Yarmouth...  6.37

Fine City Magazine  1.68

Fine Norwich Lives, Goodrum  9.44

Finisterre, Spain  3.15, 20, 6.17

First Carlist War (1833-1840), A Military History & Uniform Guide, The, Cairns (reviews)   3.44–7

first editions, of Borrow  11.48–9

First Notebook of Borrow's Second Tour of Wales, The, Ridler (article)  3.89–94

Firth, J.B., Daily Telegraph Miscellany in Prose and Verse, The  14.63–4

Fiske, Ron

A Postscript on D'Eterville from Norfolk and Norwich Notes and Queries, 1902 (notes)   9.33–4

By-paths in Dereham History (notes)  14.40–6

Roger Allday Kerrison; His copy of Romantic Ballads (article)  1.40–4

The Pounds in Borrow's Pocket (notes)  9.50

The Reverend Thomas Howes meets James Philo (notes)  3.32–5

FitzGerald, Edward  13.47, 13.37–8, 40n.

Flanders, Judith, Invention of Murder (How The Victorians Revelled In Death and Detection  And Created Modern Crime)  3.48

Fletcher, Rev. John  14.57–8

Floate, Sharon

Jasper Petulengro's grave (article)  1.47–8, 114,

Romany & Travellers Family History Society  1.48–9

The 1811 Overture: Being an Account of George Borrow, John Clare, Various Gypsies...  (article)  9.56–65

football, Borrow’s interest in?  6.30–31

Footloose with George Borrow, Bainbridge (On-line booklet)  7.75–6

footpaths  5.68–9

Footprints in Spain: British Lives in a Foreign Land, Courtauld  13.48

‘Footprints of George Borrow', Jayne  2.80

‘For Him Borrow Fought': Peter Oliver's Life and Adventures of Joseph Sell, Chandler  (article)  3.5–14

Ford, Richard  3.41–2, 6.16, 12.65

A Hand-book for Travellers in Spain  3.20, 23n., 5.72–3, 7.56

advice given by  6.52, 101, 11.81

review of The Bible in Spain  1.14, 6.75

Forsyth, Mark  6.24–28

Fort, Tom, The A303 Highway to the Sun  5.57, 70–1

France, Borrow's popularity in  2.61–3

Fraser, Sir Angus McKay

A Borrovian Walk thorough Tangier (article)  6.52–58

friendship with René Fréchet  4.29–30, 32

George Borrow and Dereham  10.73–4

George Borrow in Cornwall 1853-4  10.62–3

on Joseph Sell  2.10, 20n.

opinions on Borrow in Ireland  6.5, 9

opinions on Borrow in London  6.16

Penquite and Pentyre...  8.78

Fraser Memorial Lecture

6th (21/08/2010)  1.4–5, 2.7–21

7th (17/09/2011)  3.66–77

8th (18/08/2012)  5.4–5

10th (14/05/2016)  13.76–93

Fraser, Antonia, Perilous Question: The Drama of the Great Reform Bill (review)  8.65–7

Fréchet, René  5.29–30, 36–7

admiration for Borrow  5.34–5

early life of  4.26–28

friendship with Angus Fraser  4.29–30, 32

George Borrow (1803-1881), vagabond polyglotte, agent biblique, écrivain  4.26, 28–9, 29

La Bible en Espagne  4.30–2, 30, 36–7n., 5.19, 25

other published articles on Borrow  4.28, 31

Frederick Duleep Singh, Prince  3.79

freemasons  14.60

French language publications

Borrow's work in  4.26, 27, 5.19, 6.33–34

La Bible en Espagne.., translated by Fréchet  4.30–2, 30, 36–7n., 5.19, 25

‘Deux nomades: Apollinaire et Borrow', Peltier (article)  8.73

La Démocratic sociale, Apollinaire  12.40–1

review of The Bible in Spain  6.33

Friends of the George Borrow Society, How I Came to Be Drawn to Borrow (notes)  14.60–2

Frith, Francis  13.35–40

Frithiof's Saga, Tegnér  8.50–2

From London to Lands End, Defoe  5.57–8

Fuller, Thomas  4.21

 

Galicia, Poland  7.56–7

Garcia, Richard

Barroco on the Rock: George Borrow and Gibraltar  14.69

Borrow and the Royal Air Force (notes)  8.56

Garrison Library, Gibraltar  6.82, 83

genealogical research, of characters  9.14–18, 10.35–41, 41–4, 57–8 12.50–62

Gentleman's Magazine, The  9.49, 10.31

George Borrow, Blaesing  3.49

George Borrow (1803-1881), vagabond polyglotte, agent biblique, écrivain, Fréchet  4.26,  28–9, 29

George Borrow: A picturesque European, Caizergues (translated by Peltier)  12.40–7

George Borrow, Agente biblico en España, McCleary (translated)  5.75

George Borrow and Amelia Opie, Farrant (notes)  9.9–14

George Borrow and Dereham, Fraser and Ridler  10.73–4

George Borrow and his Circle, Shorter  6.40, 10.53–4, 74

George Borrow and London Bridge, Rowlandson (notes)  7.52–6

George Borrow and Presteigne, Burton (notes)  3.62–6

'George Borrow and the Celts', Fréchet  4.31

George Borrow and Victorian Translation, Hyde (article)  4.38–44, 5.58

George Borrow at Sheringham, Norfolk, Ridler (notes)  13.41

George Borrow Bibliography, Collie & Fraser  6.33–34

George Borrow Celebration Banquet (1913)  7.82

George Borrow: Does he still haunt the Oulton Estate?, Able (notes)  5.59–61

'George Borrow et les Juifs d'Espagne' [George Borrow and the Jews of Spain], Lunel  5.74

George Borrow in and on Asturias, Barrett (article)  1.7–24

George Borrow in Cornwall, Burleigh (notes)  5.61–2

George Borrow in Cornwall 1853-1845: Notebooks and Correspondence  9.14, 10.62

romantic themes in  10.13–15

George Borrow in East Anglia, Dutt  7.69, 10.63–4

George Borrow in Tipperary, Kerrigan  14.69–70

George Borrow: Lord of the Open Road, Hopkins  2.106–7

George Borrow Out Loud, Gough (notes)  11.25–7

George Borrow, Oulton and Beyond, Bunn  11.43–5

George Borrow Square, Ferrol, Spain  7.51, 51

George Borrow The Man And His Work, Walling  3.55

George Borrow: Three Fraser Memorial Lectures   8.78

George Borrow Trust  8.2–5, 9.51, 13.59–60

Essay Competitions

2012-13  4.72–3

2013  7.77–8, 8.77

2016  12.72

2017/18  14.67

restoration of Ann Borrow's grave  2.3–4, 5

'George Borrow: un Européen pittoresque', Caizergues  4.68

George Borrow's Hebrew shekel, Hopkins (notes)  5.63–5

George Borrow's Journey through Cork in 1815, Kerrigan  8.77, 78

George Borrow's Manchu Translation of the Second Homily, Bawden (article)  2.21–31

George Borrow's Moorish Vocabulary (Tangiers 1839), Hopkins  11.41–2

George Borrow's son-in-law: Notes towards a Biography of William MacOubrey Part 1, Price (article)  14.22–39

George Borrow's Tour of Galloway and the Borders 1866 (review)  11.46

George Borrow's Translation Technique (MA thesis), Semin  14.65–6

Gerald of Wales (Sylvester Gerald de Barri)  3.72–4

Gibraltar

Borrows travels in (1839)  6.46–47, 78–86, 88, 94, 116n., 14.69

people and languages of, encountered by Borrow  6.101–105

Society visit to (2012)  6.43–51

Gibraltar Chronicle  5.76

Gibraltar: The Landing Place, Bartlett  6.41

Gibraltar Vox  5.76

Gide, André  2.62, 5.25

gipsy see Gypsies (Romani people)

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, Der Erlkönig (poem)  12.20–8

Goldsmith, Oliver, Pamphlet (on Ambrose Gwinnett)  8.18–26, 29n.

Gómez Alfaro, Antonio, obituary  13.2–4

Gómez-Tabanera, José, The Asturias which George Borrow knew  1.11, 15

Goodman, Henry  9.14

Goodrum, Pete, Fine Norwich Lives  9.44

Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Spalding  8.64, 9.55, 68

Gorman, Bartley, King of the Gypsies: Memoirs of the Undefeated Bare Knuckle Champion  of Great Britain and Ireland (reviews)  3.43–4

Gosling, Martin, ‘The Literary Pilgrim: The England of George Borrow'  14.64

Gosse, Edmund  3.78–9

Gough, Steve, George Borrow Out Loud (notes)  11.25–7

Grant, Jeremiah  11.36–7, 37

Graydon (Bible Society Agent)  1.8

Great Liverpool, sinking of  3.15–17, 20–1n., 6.15, 18

Great Outdoors, The  4.68, 5.75

Great Yarmouth see Yarmouth, Norfolk

Grellman, Heinrich  9.72

'grimalkin'  7.76

Groome, Frank  9.75, 76

Groome, Hindes  5.5

Gross, Anthony  7.29–30, 36

artwork accompanying Leader Magazine article  7.30–5, 30, 32, 34, 35

Grove, Valerie, Laurie Lee: The Well-Loved Stranger  7.70–1

Grove-White, Robin

Anglesey in the 1850s (article)  13.70–6

Guardian Review  9.48

Gurney, Anna  13.41–3

Gurney, John Joseph  5.54

Gurney, Joseph James  9.9

Gurney, Patricia  12.62–3, 14.62

Gurney, Richenda  4.18

Gutenberg Project  1.57–62, 63, 4.69–71, 5.76, 6.36–9, 7.72–5, 12.71–2

Gwalchmai, 'The Battle of Tal y Moelfre'  12.9

Gweledigaetheu y bardd cwsc, (Visions of the Sleeping Bard), Wynne

see Wynne, Ellis, Gweledigaetheu y bardd cwsc, (Visions of the Sleeping Bard) 

Gwinnett, Ambrose  8.16, 82, 17–18, 19–26, 9.48–9

Gwyneddon Davies, Robert  13.82, 83–91

Gwynne Jones, Thomas  13.83–91

‘Gypped by Gypsies in Canada', Derbyshire  5.78

Gypsies (Romani people)  7.23, 79, 8.63, 9.71, 13.19

see also Borrow, George Henry, linguist skills of, Romani; Romany & Travellers Family  History Society

accounts of various families  and notable Gypsies  3.43–4, 9.57–8, 59, 63–4

Bohèmes of France  6.31–32

Borrow's interest in  1.84, 103, 9.56–9, 13.21

accusations of racism and fantasy against  9.71–9, 13.12, 13

compared to Jews  6.71

etymology of the word  10.45–52

genocide of, by Nazis  9.76–8

in Hungary and Romania (Transylvania)  1.90, 103–11, 3.24–5, 27, 29

frescoes  1.19, 74

in North Africa  6.57, 65

in Spain  6.29, 92

music of  3.43, 43, 4.59, 64, 5.66–8, 8.63–5, 9.49–50

of South London see Lavengro Road, London SE27, Laurie (article)

published works on  1.48, 3.43–4, 9.37–9, 40–2, 10.61–2

racial stereotyping of  10.46–50, 13.11–12, 15, 18

references to, by other writers  4.41–2, 5.25–6, 30–6, 12.41–44

see also Clare, John

reputation of  7.22–3, 8.76

Gypsies and the British Imagination, 1807-1930, Nord  13.48

‘Gypsies of Cádiz'  7.10–11

Gypsy and Folklore Club  3.80

Gypsy as Trope in Victorian and Modern British Literature, The, Bardi (thesis)  12.71

Gypsy Lore Society  9.76

Journal of 

article on Norwood Gypsies  7.21

Stray Notes on George Borrow’s Life in Spain by Wentworth Webster  7.6, 18–20

articles on Borrow  10.68–9

Gypsy Luke Project – Further Results, Missler (notes)  4.45–53, 46

Gypsy Music, Rawbone (notes)  8.63–5

‘Gypsylorists'  9.71, 76–7, 10.8

Gypsy's Parson, The, Hall  9.27–33, 86

 

Haggart, David  2.65–6

Hake, Dr. Thomas Gordon  8.16, 17, 10.14

described by William Mackay  11.20

description of Borrow  7.78

Hales the Norfolk giant  6.39

Hall, Rev. George  9.27–33, 27

Hancock, Ian  13.12, 15–16

Danger! Educated Gypsies: Selected Essays  14.62

Hand-book for Travellers in Spain see A Hand-book for Travellers in Spain, Ford

Hand-book of Swindling, Jerrold  12.48, 49

Handbook to the Rivers and Broads..., The, Davies  6.36

Hartley, Catherine Gasquoine, Things Seen in Spain  6.39

Hasfeld, John  9.18, 11.72–3

hauntings?  5.59–61

Haunts of George Borrow, Nichols (etchings)  1.68

Hawkes, Robert  4.71

Hayim ben Attar see Attar, Hayim ben (manservant)

Haymon, Sylvia, Norwich  6.35

Hayward, Richard  10.23–5, 24, 25

Headlong and Crotchet: the case for Thomas Love Peacock being the serious comic author, Mawtus (article)  8.29–38

Headlong Hall, Peacock  8.32, 34, 35

Heath and the Drawing Room: Representation and Reality in George Borrow's Lavengro and  The Romany Rye, The, Kaenel-Flatt (article)  13.11–22, 14.67–8

Hell Upon Water: Prisoners of War in Britain 1798-1815, Chamberlain  9.42

Hentges, John  6.49

58 Jermyn Street (notes)  5.59

A chance encounter: the incredible adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett (article)  8.16–29

A Genius for Friendship – Reminiscences of the late Dennis Burton (article)  4.73–7

Ambrose Gwinnett article  9.48–9

Borrow Translations. Series 1. Songs of Scandinavia and other Poems and Ballads, The,  Hentges  3.47, 4.60–3

Joseph Sell – Some further thoughts (notes)  2.68–72

Night Stirrings in Putney (notes)  10.52–3

The Man who Outsold Dickens (notes)  5.58–9

The Milman Street Dream (notes)  12.37–40

The Other Galicia – A Note on the Story of Judah  7.56–8

Heredia, Juan de Dios Ramírez  10.48

Hereford Square, London  6.38

Heritage: The British Review, 'With Wynford Vaughan-Thomas in Wild Wales'  5.73

Herne, Anselo  1.29

Herne, Mrs  13.11, 14–16, 20

Hernon, Paul, Sir Watkin's Tours: Excursions to France, Italy and North Wales  10.27–9

Heroic Borrow?, Ridler (notes)  10.53–5

Heron, Phil  14.60–1

'Hidden Britain', Big Issue article  10.71, 72

highwaymen see Abershaw, Jerry

Highways and Byways in North Wales, Bradley  3.47

Highways and Byways of East Anglia, Dutt  6.31

Hispanic Society of America, New York  2.22, 12.4

History of English Poetry, Warton  10.8

History Today (magazine)  12.71

Hitchcock, Richard

A Note in Defence of Michael Scot (notes)  11.24–5

An Echo of Borrow in Madrid in 1943 (notes)  7.58–63

Some remarks on the Peter Williams chapters of Lavengro (notes)  4.45

HMS Stately  9.18–20, 19

Hoare, Rev. Edward  5.54

Hoare, Sir Samuel  7.58–62

Holkham Hall, Norfolk  1.101

Holy Ghost, Sin against  4.20–2

Holyhead, Anglesey  12.8, 12–13

Home, Michael, Spring Sowing  2.97

Homilies, translation of  2.21–31

homœopathy  14.39n.

William MacOubrey practices  14.28, 29, 31, 34

Hood, Paxton, Christmas Evans, The Preacher of Wild Wales...  6.38

Hopkins, R. Thurston, George Borrow: Lord of the Open Road  2.106–7

Hopkins, Simon

George Borrow's Hebrew shekel (notes)  5.63–5

George Borrow's Moorish Vocabulary (Tangiers 1839)  11.41–2

Hebrew and Arabic in Borrow's Account of Gibraltar and Tangier (article) 6.100–122

Judah Lib alias Judah Lyons: A cause célèbre in nineteenth-century Jerusalem  12.72

The Jews of Borrow's Portugal (article)  11.57–66

Horncastle Horse Fair  1.5, 6, 91, 3.51–2

Horologicon, The, Forsyth  6.26

horse fairs  1.5, 6, 91, 3.51–2, 9.47

horse racing  2.97

horses, Borrow's admiration for  14.52

Houghton-Walker, Sarah, Representations of the Gypsy in the Romantic Period (reviews)   10.61–2

Housman, A. E.  10.52–3

How I Came to Be Drawn to Borrow, Friends of the George Borrow Society (notes)  14.60–2

Howes, Rev. Thomas  3.33–5

Hudson, W.H.  12.69

Hughes, Geraint, The Borrows at Chirk Castle (article)  1.48

Hughes, Jonathan (1797–1860?)  12.50–1, 51, 52

Hughes, Mathew, guide in Wales?  10.42–4

Hughes, Robert see Black Robin (Robin Ddu)

Hundred Best English Essays, The, Birkenhead  11.40

Hungary

see also Romania

Borrow's links to  1.71–2, 89

Borrow's travels in  1.85–6, 2.71

Gypsy frescoes in  1.19

Hungarian Revolution  3.25

society visit to (2010)  1.70–6

Hunter, Alan, The Norwich Poems  8.42–4

Huntingtower, Buchan  6.35

Hunyadis  1.95–101

Huxley, Aldous, Along the Road: Notes and Essays of a Tourist  9.44–5

Hyde, George

‘Borrow and Lawrence: The Language of Seduction and the Seduction of Language'  (article)  8.73

Borrow and the Case of the Hungarian Nobleman (article)  1.89–95

Borrowing a Snake (article)  9.65–70

George Borrow and Victorian Translation (transcript)  4.38–44, 5.58

hymns  11.33, 35, 36n.

‘hyperpolyglots’  7.66, 67

 

I Have Considered The Days, Adler  7.70

'I have the advantage of not being a Welshman': George Borrow's interest in Anglesey's  poets, Ridler (article)  12.3–20

I Met Lucky People: The Story of Romani Gypsies, Matras (review)  9.37–9

Iberia, Mitchener  5.72

'Ici commence la grande nuit des mots', Aragon (poem)  5.31–6

I'm a Romany Rai, Songs by Southern English Gyspy Traditional Singers (review)  5.66–8

In Borrow's Country – a mystery article, Laurie and Ridler (notes)  12.66–9

In Parenthesis, Jones  3.68–70

In Search of Wales, Morton  8.71

In These Times: Living in Britain through Napoleon's Wars, 1793-1815, Uglow (reviews)   10.60–1

Independent  8.75–6

Ingeborg (Princess)  8.50

‘Ingeborg's Disguise'  8.52–3

‘Ingeborg's Lamentation'  8.50–2

readers’ letters on  9.48

Internet Archive  1.63–4

Invention of Murder (How The Victorians Revelled In Death and Detection And Created  Modern Crime), Judith  3.48

Invisible Kings, The, Morley (2007)  1.49

‘Invisible Words, The', Morley  3.50–1

Ireland

Borrows stay at Templemore Barracks  6.3–4, 9–11

George Borrow in Tipperary, Kerrigan  14.69–70

René Fréchets expertise in  4.26–7, 32–3

see also Belfast 

Irish Press, The, Hayward  10.24

Irish Times  4.67

Isabel II, Queen of Spain  2.32–3

Istanbul, Turkey, Borrow's visit to  10.3–4

Italian Influence on English Barometers from 1780, The, Banfield  2.49

Italy  1.87

Italy with Sketches of Spain and Portugal, Beckford  12.35–7

Islam see also Moors; Muslims

Isle of Man  4.10, 13.47–8

 

Jack Sheppard, Ainsworth  2.13

Jacobs, Michael  8.75–6

Jamieson, Robert  10.8

János, Arany  1.75, 75, 94

Jayne, Arthur Garland  7.42–4

review on Borrow by  2.80–5

‘The Wanderer: George Borrow'  2.98

‘Je me souviens de cette ville', Aragon (poem)  5.30–1

Jenkins, Herbert, The Life of George Borrow  8.29, 11.45

Jeremiah Grant, Highwayman, and Sergeant Bagg, Mawtus (notes)  11.36–7

Jermyn Street (No. 58), Hentges (notes)  5.59

Jerningham, Mr  6.97

Jerrold, Douglas William  8.27–9

Ambrose Gwinnett  8.18, 82

The Hand-book of Swindling  12.48, 49

Jewish Encyclopedia  5.65

Jews

Borrow's attitude towards  1.37–9, 11.57–6

encountered in Gibraltar and Tangier  6.65, 70–71, 102–104, 117–118n

racial stereotyping of  10.48

Jews of Borrow's Portugal, The, Hopkins (article)  11.57–66

John Clare Society  14.66–7

John Clare Festival, Helpston (2015)  11.5–6

Joint Meeting at Epping (2016)  13.7–10

meeting at Peterborough (2014)  9.52–5

Johnson, Dr. Samuel  5.21

Jones, David  3.67–9

In Parenthesis  3.68–70

introduction to Wild Wales by  3.67, 70–2

Jones, Edward  12.57–9

Jones, Ellen  13.67–9, 68

Jones, John (characters)  10.35, 12.60–2

Jones, John (Welsh guide)  10.35, 37, 41

Jones, John (J.) bookseller and author?  10.29, 30, 31, 32

Jones, Owen, Some of the Great Preachers of Wales  4.23n.

Jones, Theophilus  13.83–91

Jones, Walter  10.35–6

Joseph Andrews, Fielding  6.22

Joseph Sell – Some further thoughts, Hentges (notes)  2.68–72

Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society see Gypsy Lore Society, Journal of

Journal of William Morris Studies, Purkis  8.70–1

Journals of Thomas Babington Macaulay  3.41–2

Journey to Spain in the years 1786 and 1787, Townsend  12.64

Joyce, James  5.29, 13.27

Judah Lib  6.103–104, 7.56–7, 11.62, 63

Judah Lib alias Judah Lyons: A cause célèbre in nineteenth-century Jerusalem, Hopkins   12.72

 

Kaenel-Flatt, Jessica von

Heath and the Drawing Room: Representation and Reality in George Borrow's Lavengro and The Romany Rye, The (article)  13.11–22, 14.67–8

Keeton, Simon

articles by

A Passion for Words  6.24–28

A View of the Castle: Borrow and his Victorian peers via the photographs of Francis Frith  13.35–40

Borrow's Turkish Jester  –  A personal interpretation, Keeton  14.5–22

Borrow and the Bible in Lavengro  11.7–16

The Erl-King  12.20–8

Under B for Borrow  1.44–7

drawings by  12.45

notes by

Back in time – the Carlist wars and Borrow's prison  3.35–40

Borrow and Abershaw  2.65–8

Edinburgh's Bickers  13.41

What's in a Name?  10.45–52

Keith, W. J., The Rural Tradition  1.66

Kent News  7.77

Kerrigan, Colm

A Tale of Two Castles (article)  6.3–14

Favourite Books about Spain (notes)  7.56

George Borrow in Tipperary  14.69–70

George Borrow's Journey through Cork in 1815  8.77, 78

Manuel Rivas on George Borrow at 'World Literature Weekend' (notes)  3.42–3

Return to Oradea, or When the Kissing Had To Stop (article)  3.23–31

Tomás Zumalacárregui and the First Carlist War (article)  2.31–47

Kerrison, Roger Allday  1.40–4, 41

King of the Gypsies: Memoirs of the Undefeated Bare Knuckle Champion of Great Britain  and Ireland, Gorman, Walsh (reviews)  3.43–4

King's Lynn  14.5

Knapp, William

Life, Writings and Correspondence of George Borrow, biography  2.7–8, 10.73

errors in biography by  2.7, 14.32

on Borrow's travels round Spain and Portugal  1.20, 3.19, 7.9–10, 16n., 11.71, 75–6

on Joseph Sell  2.9

production of Lavengro  1.49

Knapsack, The, Read  13.48–9

Knockagh Castle, Ireland  6.5–7, 12

Krauel Heredia, Blanca, George Borrow in Tangier (article, translated)  6.58–78

 

La Coruña, Spain  7.50, 51

'La rai Romani', Fréchet  4.31

La Rioja: A Journey through Spanish Football, Burns  6.29–31

'Lake Stories', Morgan  4.68

languages see  Borrow, George Henry, linguistic skills of

Lannon, Tim  7.2

Larbaud, Valery  2.61–2, 65n.

Latham, Robert Gordon, Frithiof's Saga (translation of)  8.50, 52

Laurie, Kedrun

1956. René Fréchet, Louis Aragon and Post-War French Interest in Borrow (articles)

Part 1,René Fréchet  4.26–38

Part 2, Louis Aragon  5.19–43

In Borrow's Country – a mystery article (notes)  12.66–9

Lavengro Road, London SE27 (article)  7.21–9, 21, 25, 26, 9.44

Laurie Lee: The Well-Loved Stranger, Grove  7.70–1

Lavengro, Broadus (poem)  6.20, 22

Lavengro (character)  2.73–5

attempted poisoning of  13.15

conversation with his father  6.25

meeting with Isopel Berners  8.48

meeting with Peter Williams  4.18–20, 25n., 45

mental health of  1.25–35

references to Chester, Cheshire  14.55

Lavengro and D'Eterville: Stranger's Hall or Luckett's Court?, Rossi (article)  8.59–63, 10.56

Lavengro and Jack Slingsby: the crucial encounter, Raywid (notes)  2.73–6

Lavengro at Newnham, Scott Stokes (notes)  9.4–6

‘Lavengro, By George Borrow', Bigland  7.29–37

Lavengro Press, The  8.77–8, 9.53, 13.56–8, 14.67–70

Lavengro Road, London SE27, Laurie (article)  7.21–9, 21, 25, 26, 9.44

Lawrence, D. H.  8.73

Lawrence, Edwin  13.5

Laws, Bill, Byways, Boots and Blisters  3.48

Leader Magazine  7.29–37

Lee, Hermoine, Penelope Fitzgerald: A Life  8.74–5

Lee, Laurie, As I walked out...  9.48

Leech, Joanna  14.61

Leeds University, Brotherton Collection  4.47–8

Leigh Fermor, Patrick, A Time of Gifts and Between the Wood and the Water  5.73–4

‘Lesser used languages of the British Isles', J. C.  3.49–50

Letters from Italy with sketches from Spain and Portugal, Beckford  10.9–10

Letters to the British and Foreign Bible Society  7.43

Liberty, Rev. Nathaniel  7.45–50

Librivox (audio books)  11.25, 13.49

Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett, The, Bickerstaff?  9.49

Life and times of the one-eyed preacher of Wales, The, Shenton  7.71–2

Life of George Borrow, The, Jenkins  8.29, 11.45

Life of George Borrow, The, Shorter  4.69–70

Life, Writings & Correspondence of George Borrow, Knapp   2.7–8, 10.73

errors in  2.7, 14.32

on Joseph Sell  2.9

on travels round Spain and Portugal  1.20, 3.19, 7.9–10, 16n., 11.71, 75–

Lincolnshire see Hall, Rev. George

lioness attacks the Exeter to London Mail, Skillman (article)  5.86, 95

Lisbon, Portugal  11.51–6

Literary Norfolk, An Illustrated Companion, Earwaker, Becker, eds  8.72–3

Literary Rambles in the West of England, Salmon  5.61–2

Literary Review   14.64

Liverpool University Library  4.47–8

Llanfair, Anglesey  12.60–2, 61, 62, 63

Llangollen, Denbighshire  10.78, 11.94, 12.57–9, 58

see also Dee Cottage, Llangollen

Borrow's visit to  5.46

characters and references to, in Wild Wales  10.35, 36, 37–9

'Croeso I Gymru', Random Jottings from Llangollen, Pattinson (notes)  10.40–1

Llangollen Advertiser  9.23–6, 10.64–8

Llangollen Museum  10.41, 41

Pengwern Hall  13.44–7

society visit to (2015)  11. 4, 5, 2–5

Loftus, General William  14.41

London

see also 'Un soir de Londres', Aragon (poem)

Borrow in, during early career  2.7–8

Borrow visits, to testify in court case  3.17–18, 4.17, 6.16–17

Borrow's residences in  3.18–19, 23n., 5.59, 7.52–6

London Bridge

Anthony Gross illustrations of  7.33–4, 35, 41

Borrow’s descriptions of  7.52–3

history of  7.53–5

London Pulpit, The, Ritchie  1.57

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth  12.25

Look and Learn (children's magazine)  3.52, 53, 8.54, 55

Lord Whitefeather  12.47–50, 48

Loughmoe Castle, Ireland  6.5, 7–10, 13

Lowestoft  5.54, 55

Lownie, Andrew, The Edinburgh Literary Companion  5.72

Luckett's Court, Norwich  8.60, 61–2, 62

Lunel, Armand, 'George Borrow et les Juifs d'Espagne' [George Borrow and the Jews of  Spain]  5.74

Lyal, Adam  13.41

 

MA thesis on Borrow (notes)  14.65–6

macabre, Borrow’s interest in  8.17

Macaulay, Thomas Babington  3.41–2

Macaulay buys Borrow, Bean (notes)  3.41–2

Macfarlane, Robert, The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot (review)  5.68–9, 75–6

MacFie, Scott  9.76

MacKay, William  10.74–5, 11.20–5

Bohemian Days in Fleet Street  14.39n.

Mackie, Charles, Norfolk Annals  2.103, 6.36

MacOubrey, John (junior)  14.23, 25, 27–30, 27, 36, 36–7n.

MacOubrey, William  14.22

early life  14.23–31

later life and death  14.33–5, 39n.

marriage to Henrietta Clarke  14.22, 31–3, 38n.

Madeley, Shropshire  14.57–8, 57, 59

Madrid

Borrow’s plaque in  4.7–8, 8, 7.63–4

Borrow’s travels to (1836)  12.29

Borrow’s travels through (1839)  6.89

Cárcel de la Corte (prison), Madrid  3.37–8, 40, 7.8

Time Capsule from 1834  3.35–6, 37

Maid Marian, Peacock  8.32, 36–7

mail coaches  5.85, 86, 91–5

see also stagecoaches travel

Man Who Buried Borrow, The, Price (notes)  7.45–50

Man who Outsold Dickens, The, Hentges (notes)  5.58–9

Manchester (steamer)  3.19–21

manservants, to Borrow  1.83, 6.90, 92, 93, 103, 107

Manuel Rivas on George Borrow at 'World Literature Weekend', Kerrigan (notes)  3.42–3

Manx Carvals and Carval Books, Paton  13.47–8

Marlowe, Christopher  9.2

Marple Aqueduct, Peak District  11.17, 17, 18, 19

Marsden, Philip, Rising Ground: A Search for the Spirit of Place  10.62

Martin Chuzzlewit, Dickens  5.58–9

Martineau, Dr.  10.42

Matras, Yaron, I Met Lucky People: The Story of the Romani Gypsies (review)  9.37–9

Mátyás (Matthias Corvinus), King of Hungary  1.95, 96,  97–102, 99

Mawtus, Mark

Borrow and the Sleeping Bard (notes)  10.29–34

Col. Crocketts Exploits and Adventures in Texas (notes)  7.38–42

Headlong and Crotchet: the case for Thomas Love Peacock being the serious comic  author (article)  8.29–38

Jeremiah Grant, Highwayman, and Sergeant Bagg (notes)  11.36–7

Other Thimblerig References (article)  8.44

McCleary, Walter, George Borrow, Agente biblico en España (translated)  5.75

McCraith, L.M. , The Suir from its Sources to the Sea  6.4–5, 6, 7.70

McLeod, Capt. Alexander  3.15, 16, 19–21, 22n.

Meeres, Frank, Strangers – A History of Norwich's Incomers  5.74

meetings see society business, meetings and conferences

Melincourt, Peacock  8.36

Memories and Portraits, Stevenson  1.66

Mencher, Barrie, obituary of  8.2

Mendizábal, Juan Álvarez, Prime Minister of Spain  11.65n., 65, 76, 84, 87n.

mental health  1.26–8, 30, 32, 35, 6.89

Merchant of Vigo, The, Missler (article)  1.37–40

Mérimée, Prosper, Carmen  2.61, 62, 64n.

Methodist Church  11.30–6, 36n., 14.57, 59n.

in Wales  13.66, 73–4

Mezzofanti, Cardinal  7.65, 66

Mezzofanti's Gift: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners, Erard   7.65–8

Michener, James, Iberia  5.72

militia, history of  9.47–8, 10.64, 14.40, 43–5

Milman Street Dream, The, Hentges (notes)  12.37–40

Missionary Repository  13.50–6

Missler, Peter  14.61–2

A Daring Game  6.90

A Little New Light on the Great Liverpool Affair (article)  3.15–23

A Rubik's Cube on the Road (article)  11.70–90

A Tale of Two Brothers (notes)  12.29–34

A tale of woe: Borrows proxy encounter with the young man of Colunga (article)  8.39–42

Beware of Wentworth Webster (and his Marquis De Santa Coloma) (article)  7.6–17

Gypsy Luke Project – Further Results (notes)  4.45–53, 46

The Bible in Spain, annotated and illustrated  11.45–6

The Great Liverpool Court Case At Last! (article)  6.15–18

The Merchant of Vigo (article)  1.37–40

The Treasure Hunter of Santiago (review)  2.86–9

Mitchell, David, Travellers in Spain: Spain through the eyes of famous travellers, from  Borrow to Hemingway  12.63–4

Mitchell, Joseph  11.43

Mol, Benedict  2.86–7

Mona Lisa, da Vinci  2.76

Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal  11.66, 67, 91

Moor, Norrette, Anthony Gross: From Mirabete to London Bridge  7.29–37

Moore, George  5.27–9

Moors  6.104, 118n., 10.48

Borrows attitudes towards  6.66–69

encounters with, in Tangier  6.55, 60, 61, 63

Moran, Thomas, Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came  10.47

More on the White Horse Inn at Pentraeth, Anglesey, Parry-Jones (notes)  4.54

More Real People in Wild Wales, Skillman (notes)  10.35–41, 41–4, 12.50–62

Morgan, Moc, ‘Lake Stories'  4.68

Morley, Christopher, Parnassus on Wheels  8.72

Morley, David

The Invisible Kings (2007)  1.49

'The Invisible Words'  3.50–1

Moroccan Jews  1.37–9, 11.57–9, 62

Morocco  6.57

see also Tangier(s), Morocco

Morris, Dr. Donald   2.73–4

Morris, Jan  14.64

Morris, Lewis  12.5, 12, 13, 86

Morrison, Arthur, Chronicles of Martin Hewitt  7.69

Morton, H. V., In Search of Wales  8.71

Mosque of Bajazet, Constantinople  10.3

Mosque of Suleyman  10.20

Mottram, R. H., Portrait of an Unknown Victorian  4.67

Moughton, Chris, Borrow on Anglesey (Ynys Môn) (notes)  2.77–8

Mount, David

Alan Hunter's The Norwich Poems, a Borrow-related item (article)  8.42–4

obituary  14.2

Mount Shabod, Keeton (drawing)  1.47

Mousehold Heath, Norwich  2.97, 3.81, 83–4, 6.39

Munnings, Alfred  3.79

Munster and the City of Cork, Hayward  10.25, 26

Muros see Asturias, Spain

Murphy, Martin  3.68

David Jones and Everyman's Wild Wales (lecture)  3.66–77

opinions on Borrow in Ireland  6.5

Travellers in Spain (notes)  12.63–6

'What Say You, Sir Watkin?' (notes)  10.27–9

Murray, John  3.17, 79, 4.38, 6.16, 14.46–9

Murray 1843 and 1844 Colonial and Home / Home and Colonial Editions of The Bible in Spain, Bean (notes)  14.46–51

musical recordings  3.43, 43, 4.59, 64, 5.66–8

Muslims  6.61

see also Moors ; Nasreddin Hoca 

Myers, John Myers, The Alamo  7.38

Mysterious Stately, The, Ridler (notes)  9.18–21

 

Napier, Edward, Excursions along the shores of the Mediterranean  9.73

Napier, Lieut.-Col. Elers  7.10–11

Napoleonic Wars  10.60–1, 64

see also Norman Cross prison camp

Nash, Paul  7.29

Nasreddin Hoca  14.5–14, 7, 9, 15n., 16–17n.

National Portrait Gallery  4.5–6

Náufragos de Antaño [Shipwrecks of former times], Campos Calvo-Sotelo  5.74

Navarra, Spain see Carlist Conflicts, Spain

Nazi Germany see Third Reich

Nearer the Heart's Desire: Poets of the Rubaiyat..., Richardson  13.47

New Testament

see also Bible, The

printing and supply of  1.9, 22n, 6.90

sales of, in Asturias  1.10, 16

translation into Manchu  2.21

'Newgate Novels'  2.13, 15

Newnham College, Cambridge  9.4–6

Nichols, Catherine Maude  3.79

Night Stirrings in Putney, Hentges (notes)  10.52–3

No Place to Call Home: Inside Real Lives of Gypsies & Travellers, Quarmby (review)  9.40–2

nobility, Borrow's meetings with  1.91–3

Noble Art, The, Shepherd  5.72

Nord, Deborah Epstein, Gypsies and the British Imagination, 1807-1930  13.48

Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, Norwich  4.52

Norfolk and Norwich Notes and Queries  9.47–8

Norfolk Annals, Mackie  2.103, 6.36

Norfolk Archæology, Bolingbroke  8.61–2, 63n.

Norfolk Chronicle  1.50, 4.67

Norfolk Villains, Rogues, Rascals and Reprobates, Storey  10.69–70

Norman Cross prison camp  9.47, 58, 51, 54, 54–5, 59–60, 61

North, Julian, Domestication of a Genius: Biography and the Romantic Poet (review)  1.55–7

Northern Ireland  4.26–7

Northup, George, ‘The Influence of George Borrow upon Prosper Mérimeé' (article)  6.34

Norway, Borrow's visit to?  9.18, 20

Norwich  2.98, 5.78

as described by Borrow  13.37

Borrow Centenary Celebrations (1913)  3.77–85, 14.64

Borrow's residence in  3.77–8, 80, 9.12, 13

Conference held in (2013) – 'Norwich and George Borrow: A Celebration'  6.3

map of (1883)  8.60

Market Place  2.110

Medical Institute, Lady Lane  9.12, 13

Mousehold Heath  2.97, 3.81, 83–4, 6.39

Rambles in an Old City, Madders (1853)  1.60–1

Stranger's Hall  8.59

The Berry Directory of Norwich 1811  1.59–60

Victorian society in  10.58–9, 70

Norwich, Haymon  6.35

Norwich Mercury  2.53–4

Norwich Poems, The, Hunter  8.42–4

Norwich Society  8.2–5

Norwich Society of Artists  2.55

Norwood Review, The  9.44

Notable C19th Borrows, Descendants of the Trethenni, Venturas (article)  5.6–19

'Notas sobre un manuscrito de George Borrow', Trotter  10.63

Nuttall, David, The 1811 Overture: Being an Account of George Borrow, John Clare, Various  Gypsies... (article)  9.56–65

 

O'Brien, Kate, Farewell Spain  11.39–40

Occult Files of Francis Chard: Some Ghost Stories, The, Burrage  7.68

‘Ode of Horace’ (poem), Owen  12.15–16, 16

Old Country: A Book of Love & Praise of England, The, Rhys  12.70–1, 70

Old Highgate: The Story of a London Village and a Public School, Kitchener  10.52–3

Old Sarum  5.83, 87, 98

Old Straight Track, The, Watkins  11.37–8

Old Ways: A Journey on Foot, The, Macfarlane (review)  5.68–9, 75–6

Oldie Magazine  10.70–1, 14.65

Oliver, Peter  3.5

Life and Adventures of Joseph Sell  3.5–14

Olliff, Hugh, On Borrow's Trail  3.48

On the Track of George Borrow (essay), Sanderson  5.43–8

Opie, Amelia  9.9–14, 10

Amelia Opie: The Celebrity Quaker, Farrant (reviews)  10.58–60

Opie, John  9.10

Oradea, Romania  3.23, 25–8, 31

Os confins da terra (magazine)  8.74

Other Galicia – A Note on the Story of Judah, The, Hentges (notes)  7.56–8

Other Thimblerig References, Mawtus (article)  8.44

Oulton, Suffolk  2.100, 11.43–5, 12.66–8

hauntings in?  5.59–61

map of  2.6

Oulton Cottage residence  14.34, 35

society meeting in, 2011  2.3–4, 5

St. Michael's Church  2.3–4, 5

Our A5 Adventure, Skillman (notes)  11.27–30

Oviedo see Asturias, Spain

Owen, Goronwy  2.78, 78, 12.5, 6, 14–15, 19n., 13.98

birthplace of  13.67, 67, 68, 69, 14.53, 54

Owen, Rev. Dr. Hugh  12.51–5

Owen, William, Welsh Grammar  12.7

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography  4.12

Oxford English Dictionary  7.76

 

P & O Shipping Company  6.15–18

Paddy Leigh Fermor, An Adventure, Cooper (review)  9.34–7

Pakefield, Suffolk  5.52

Palmer, Frederick Danby, Yarmouth Notes  6.36–37

Pamplet (on Ambrose Gwinnett)  8.18–26

Pamplona, Spain  7.8, 10

Parkinson (Parkerson), James  1.49–53

Parnassus on Wheels, Morley  8.72

Parry-Jones, Dr. Chas

More on the White Horse Inn at Pentraeth, Anglesey (notes)  4.54

obituary of  11.2

The Penmynydd Road  13.60–2

Pattinson, David, obituary of  1.2

Pattinson, Graham  10.39–41

Pattinson, Sue, obituary of  3.3

Payot, Gustave  12.41–2, 46

Peacock, Thomas Love  8.29–38, 32

Peake, Edward  3.79

Pelayo, Menéndez  1.17

Peltier, Jacqueline

‘Deux nomades: Apollinaire et Borrow' (article)  8.73

George Borrow: A picturesque European (translated article)  12.40–7

Penelope Fitzgerald: A Life, Lee  8.74–5

Pengwern Hall, Llangollen  13.44–7

Penmynydd Road, The, Parry-Jones  13.60–2

Penquite, Cornwall  9.14–16, 10.57–8

Penquite and Pentyre...., Fraser  8.78

Pentraeth, Anglesey  4.54, 54, 12.6, 9, 13.63,  67, 67

Perera, Jennifer Ballantine, George Borrow and His Vision of Gibraltar (article)  6.78–88

Perfrement, Ann see Borrow, Ann, née Perfrement (mother)

Perilous Question: The Drama of the Great Reform Bill, Fraser (review)  8.65–7

Perrin, Jim  4.68

Peterborough  8.58, 9.53

meeting at (2014)  9.52–5

Peto, Samuel Morton  7.71

Petulengro (family)  13.13, 14, 18–19

Petulengro, Jasper  1.25, 26, 5.62–3, 9.57–9, 70, 13.14, 17

grave of  1.47–8, 114

Petulengro, Pakomovna  13.17

Phillips, Henry Wyndham  4.6

Philo, James  3.32–5, 14.41

Pilgrim, John  11.44

Pillars of Hercules, The, Urquhart  6.96

Pilot's Daughter, an account of Elizabeth Cullingham, The, Cunningham  4.70, 5.55

Pirate, The, Scott  5.58

Places Mentioned in Wild Wales: Pengwern Hall, Llangollen, Skillman (notes)  13.44–7

Poe, Edgar Allan  13.29–30

Poet Parkinson, The, Price (article)  1.49–53

poetic metres  12.27n.

poetry

Borrow's interest in  12.5–20

Borrow’s translations of  3.50, 12.20–8

written by Borrow  4.60–3, 12.17

see also Borrow, George Henry, works, publications and translations

Poetry of the Magyars, preceded by a sketch of the Language and Literature of Hungary and  Transylvania, Bowring  1.93

Polyglot culture  6.104–105

Ponsonby, John, Viscount  1.92–3

Pont y Cysyllte Aqueduct, Llangollen  11.16, 16, 18, 40

Portrait of an Unknown Victorian, Mottram  4.67

Portugal  11.51–6

Borrow's travels in (1835-6)  8.67–8, 70n., 11.70–90

society visit to (2015)  11.51–6

Portuguese Jews  11.60–1, 62

Post Office see mail coaches

Potations, Sanderson (essay)  5.48–51

Potter, Frank, Vocabulary of East Anglia  10.56–7

pounds (currency)  9.50, 50

Pratt, Derek, Waterways: Past and Present  11.40

Presteigne, Radnorshire  3. 58, 59, 101

society visit to, 2011  3.59–62, 63, 99

Price, David

articles by

A note on copyright and a new British newspapers website  1.63–5

George Borrow's son-in-law: Notes towards a Biography of William MacOubrey, Part 1  14.22–39

The Poet Parkinson  1.49–53

Gutenberg Project  1.57–62, 63, 4.69–71, 5.76, 6.36–9, 7.72–5, 12.71–2

notes by

Borrow On-line  7.72–5

The Church of England Cat  9.23–6

The Gypsy's Parson by the Rev. George Hall, Rector of Ruckland  9.27–33

The Rev. Francis Cunningham  5.52–6

Pringle, John, George Borrow and the Borders (article)  6.34–35

Prior, Alexander, Ancient Danish Ballads  8.47, 52–4

prison see Borrow, George Henry, imprisonment

Pritchard, Hugh  12.6, 7

Pritchard, Terry, What was the site of Borrow's meeting on the Welsh Border with Jasper  Petulengro? (notes)  5.62–3

Protestantism  8.69–70

publications list since 1981, relating to Borrow  4.78–90

Pughe, William 'Owen'  10.33, 34n.

puns  6.27

Purkis, John, Journal of William Morris Studies  8.70–1

Pushkin  4.41–2

 

Quakers see Opie, Amelia

Quarmby, Katherine, No Place to Call Home: Inside the Real Lives of Gypsies and  Travellers (review)  9.40–2

Queneau, Raymond  13.33n.

Quero Moreno, Juan Manuel, Educación integral y de vanguardia (review)  8.67–70

Quesada, General  7.8–9, 9, 10

Quevado, Francisco de  13.78–80

 

racism, accusations of, against Borrow  9.71–2

Radnorshire see Presteigne, Radnorshire

Rambles in an Old City, Madders (1853)  1.60–1

Ramsbottom, B. A., Christmas Evans  4.12, 14

Rawbone, Michael

Borrow's Romano Lavo-lil in later writings (article)  1.48–9

Bottom's Dream: Arno Schmidt and George Borrow (article)  13.22–35

Gypsy Music (notes)  8.63–5, 9.49–50

Read, Herbert, The Knapsack  13.48–9

Reading, Ena, obituary of  5.2

Real People in Wild Wales, Skillman (notes)  10.35–41, 41–4, 12.50–62

Rees, Jasper

Bred of Heaven  3.49, 4.59–60

Reeve, Richard Henry  7.4–5

Reflections on Borrow & on El Greco's Burial of the Conde de Orgaz, Bean (notes)  9.21–3

Reinach, Th.  5.65

religion, in Wales, in 19th Century  13.73–4

Rennie Bridge see London, London Bridge

Representations of the Gypsy in the Romantic Period, Houghton-Walker (review)  10.61–2

Res Judicatæ, Birrell  4.69

Return to Oradea, or When the Kissing Had To Stop, Kerrigan (article)  3.23–31

Rev. Francis Cunningham, The, Price (notes)  5.52–7

Reverend Thomas Howes meets James Philo, The, Fiske (notes)  3.32–5

Review, The  6.19

Rhys, Ernest, The Old Country: A Book of Love & Praise of England  12.70–1, 70

Rice Davies, R., The Cambrian Sketchbook...  6.38

Richard Hayward's Love of Lavengro, Clements (notes)  10.23–5

Richardson, Robert D.

Nearer the Heart's Desire: Poets of the Rubaiyat...  13.47

Ridler, Ann M.

articles by

A Magic Lantern Show in Fairyland  11.66–70

Another Visitor to Anglesey  13.50–6

Borrow Dreaming  11.49–50, 13.60, 14.70–1

Borrow in Andalusia and Gibraltar in 1839  6.88–100

Borrow's European Journey  1.77–89

Borrow's 'Songs of Scandinavia' and Prior's Ancient Danish Ballads  8.45–54

'I have the advantage of not being a Welshman': George Borrow's interest in Anglesey's  poets  12.3–20

Romantic Borrow and the Mind's Eye  10.5–22

The Bitter End: Borrow's Lost Job Opportunity & its Impact on The Romany Rye  12.47

The First Notebook of Borrow's Second Tour of Wales  3.89–94

'The Plague of My Heart': Some Reflections on the Peter Williams Chapters and on the

Sin Against the Holy Ghost  4.10–25

notes by

A Genealogical Conundrum: Afterthoughts on people Borrow met in Cornwall  9.14–18

A Possible Precursor of Borrow's Lord Whitefeather?  12.47–50

A postscript on Ch. 60 of Lavengro  5.57–8

Beckford and Borrow: Some Curious Fore-Echoes  12.34–7

Borrow and Dickens  13.44

Borrow and the Masons  14.60

Borrow in Albania  14.51–53

Echoes in Lavengro of artists Albrecht Dürer & Joseph Mallord William Turner? 4.55–8

George Borrow at Sheringham, Norfolk  13.41–3

Heroic Borrow?  10.53–5

In Borrow's Country – a mystery article  12.66–9

The Mysterious Stately  9.18–21

William Mackay and his acquaintance with George Borrow  11.20–5

publications by

George Borrow and Dereham  10.73–4

George Borrow in Cornwall 1853-4  10.62–3

visit to Istanbul  10.3–4

Rising Ground: A Search for the Spirit of Place, Marsden  10.62

Ritchie, James Ewing  1.58–9

Ritchie, Leitch, The Wye and Its Associations  6.38

Ritter, Dr Robert  9.77

Rivas, Manuel  3.42–3

El País Semanal (contribution to)  14.64–5

Robert, David and Gwen  10.35

Robin Ddu (Black Robin) 12.10–11

Rodriguez, Moises Enrique, Under the Flags of Freedom...  4.65–7

Roma life in Hungary during the time of George Borrow's travels, Török (article)  1.103–11

Roma people see Gypsies (Romani people)

Roman Catholic Church  1.9

Borrows attitudes towards  6.69–70, 14.24

Roman inachevé, Le, Aragon  5.20, 21, 24–5, 26

influence of Lavengro on  5.36

Romania  3.23–31

Romantic Borrow and the Mind's Eye, Ridler (article)  10.5–22

Romanticism (movement)  10.6

Romany & Travellers Family History Society  1.48–9

see also Floate, Sharon

Romany Girl, The, Wood  13.48

Romany Gypsies

see also Gypsies (Romani people)

distinction from 'travellers'  9.76, 77

Romany Routes  3.51

Rome  1.87

Rose, Hugh James (review)  6.28–29

Rossi, Anthony

Lavengro and D'Eterville: Stranger's Hall or Luckett's Court? (article)  8.59–63, 10.56

'Norwich Catholic Chapels 1687-1894'  9.43

‘Rossi, my excellent friend’ (article)  2.47–59

Rossi, Giacinto ‘George’  2.47–59, 48, 56, 60

Rowlandson, Paul, George Borrow and London Bridge (notes)  7.52–6

Royal Air Force  8.56, 57

Royal Spanish Academy Dictionary (23rd edition)  10.49

Rüdiger, Johann  9.72

rugby, Borrow interest in?  6.30–31

Rural Tradition, The, Keith  1.66

Russell, Bertrand, The Conquest of Happiness  8.73–4

Russell, Jonathan  14.62

Russia  2.21, 4.41

see also Crimean War

Rye, Walter  3.78

 

Saintsbury, George, Scrap Book  9.42–3

Salisbury, Wiltshire  5.82–9

see also Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Salisbury Journal  5.75

Salmon, Arthur, Literary Rambles in the West of England  5.61–2

Samuel, Arthur, Lord Mayor of Norwich  3.82

Samuel Morton Peto, A Victorian Entrepreneur, Vaughan  7.71

Sanderson, H. K. St J.

A Voice from the Past – Two Essays on Borrow (article)  5.43–51

'Essays on the track of George Borrow'  3.48

Santa Coloma, Marquis de  7.6–17

Saturday and Sunday, Broadus (1935)  6.19

Schmidt, Arno  13.22–35, 23

Scize, Pierre  5.32

Scot, Michael  11.24–5

Scotland

Borrow's travels in  5.80–1, 81, 10.15

Lavengro, travels in  6.34

Scott, Walter, The Pirate  5.58

Scott Stokes, Charity, Lavengro at Newnham  9.4–6

Scrap Book, Saintsbury  9.42–3

Scriptures see Bible, The

Seccombe, Thomas  3.79

Seigel, Jerrold  5.29

Sephardi Jews  11.59, 62

Seren Gomer  4.17–18

Servian Popular Poetry, Bowring  6.39

Seville, Spain  6.89, 90–93, 96–98, 7.11

Sexual Politics of Meat: a feminist-vegetarian critical theory, The, Adams  4.68

sexuality

morality of, in Romani culture  13.11–13

see also erotic themes, to Borrow's works? 

Shah, Idries  4.67–8

Shakespeare, William, A Midsummer Night's Dream  13.22, 27

shekel, Borrow's   5.63–5, 64, 65

Shelley, Percy Bysshe  8.31, 36

Shenton, Tim, The life and times of the one-eyed preacher of Wales  7.71–2

Shepheard, Richard

A Valedictory Message From  3.55–7

Soul or Psyche: George Borrow and Peter Williams, Part 2 (article)  1.25–36

Shepherd, T.B., The Noble Art  5.72

Sheringham Park, Norfolk  13.41–3

Shon Catti, Twn (Tom Shone Catti)  5.76–8

Shorter, Clemence

celebrates Borrow's centenary  3.77, 84

description of Borrow  6.40

George Borrow and his Circle (1913)  1.79, 4.7, 69–70, 10.53–4, 74

The Life of George Borrow  4.69–70

Shrewsbury  3.88, 91

Shrewton, Wiltshire  5.84, 89–90, 90–1

Sibly family (Borrow ancestry)  5.6, 11.8

Sidi Habismilk  14.52

Simpson, W.T., Some Account of Llangollen and its Vicinity  6.38

Simpson and Rackham Solicitors, Norwich  1.41–2, 49

Sir Watkin's Tours: Excursions to France, Italy and North Wales, Hernon  10.27–9

Skepper, Edmund (father-in-law)  12.54–5

Skepper, Mary see Borrow, Mary, née Clarke (wife)

 

Sketch, The  7.69

Skillman, Kate

Our A5 Adventure (notes)  11.27–30

report on Alliance of Literary Society AGM (2014)  9.2–4

Skillman, Mike

Borrow in Wiltshire (article)  5.89–95

Church of England Cat, The – Out of the Bag (notes)  10.44–5

Clergyman of M-----, The (notes)  14.55–9

‘Exploring Wild Wales with George Borrow'  3.51

Places Mentioned in Wild Wales: Pengwern Hall, Llangollen (notes)  13.44–7

Real People in Wild Wales (notes)  10.35–41, 41–4, 12.50–62

Sleeping Bard, The, Wynne see Wynne, Ellis, Gweledigaetheu y bardd cwsc, (Visions of the  Sleeping Bard) 

Slightly Foxed (journal)  9.43

Slow Norfolk and Suffolk, Bradt Guide  5.72

Smith, Ambrose  9.57

Smith, Nathaniel 'Nat'?  9.58–9

Smith, Richard Penn, Col. Crocketts Exploits and Adventures in Texas  3.49, 7.38–42

snakes, referenced in Lavengro  9.65–70

socialist themes, in Borrow's work  14.8

society business

20th Anniversary Lunch  3.4

accounts  8.12–13, 12.78–81

Alliance of Literary Societies Annual General Meeting (2016)  13.6–7

Editor's visit to Istanbul, 2015  10.3–4

meetings and conferences  8.8–10

An Afternoon with George Borrow – at Brompton Cemetery (2013)  7.2–5

Anglesey (2016)  13.65–70, 67, 68, 69

Biennial General Meetings

17/09/2011  3.94–8

02/11/2013  8.7–16

24/10/2015  12.75–83

Christmas lunches  4.7, 8.5, 10.2, 75, 12.2, 14.3–4

Clonmel, Ireland (2008)  6.3–4

Debrecen, Hungary (2010)  1.70–6

Epping (2016)  13.7–10

Executive Committee

21/08/2010  1.2–4

16/09/2011  3.2–3

18/08/2012  5.2–3

01/11/2013  8.5–7

24/10/2015  12.74–5

Gibraltar (2012)  6.43–51

Lisbon and Évora, Portugal (2015)  11.51–6

Llangollen, Wales (2015)  11.2–5

Kings Lynn (2017)  14.5

Norwich and George Borrow: A Celebration (2013)  6.3, 8.2–5

Peterborough (2014)  9.52–5

Presteigne, Radnorshire (2011)  3.59–62, 63, 99

Salisbury (2012)  5.82–9

University of La Coruña (2013)  8.4

website  4.77

solicitors  1.41–2, 49, 3.17, 6.16–17

Solomons  6.103–104, 109–112

Some Account of Llangollen and its Vicinity, Simpson  6.38

Some Desperate Glory: The First World War the Poets Knew, Crane  9.43

Some Literary Associations of East Anglia, Dutt  7.69–70

Some of the Great Preachers of Wales, Jones  4.23n.

‘Some Old English Towns: Chester', Borrow  12.70

Some remarks on the Peter Williams chapters of Lavengro, Hitchcock (notes)  4.45

songs see musical recordings

Soul or Psyche: George Borrow and Peter Williams, Part 2, Shepheard (article)  1.25–36

Southall, John E., Wales and Her Language considered from a historical, educational and social standpoint  10.71

Southey, Robert, The Doctor, &c  3.11

Spain  3.42

see also Asturias, Spain; Madrid, Spain; Seville, Spain

Borrow meets Hungarians in  1.89

Borrow's importance in Spanish literature  3.42

Borrow’s planned visits to  6.57

Borrow’s residences in  2.82–3, 3.39–40, 4.7–8, 8, 7.11

Borrow’s travels in  6.28–29, 7.10–12, 17n.

1835–6  11.70–90

1837  9.21–2

Borrow's works in libraries and collections in  4.52

civil war in see Carlist conflict, Spain

Travellers in Spain, Murphy (notes)  12.63–6

Spain Everlasting, Coles  11.38–9

Spanish Highways and Byways, Bates  4.70–1

Spanish language publications

Educación integral y de vanguardia, Quero Moreno (review)  8.67–70

Os confins da terra (magazine)  8.74

Viaje a la Andalucia inexplorada, Rose  6.28–29

Speakman, Colin, Walk: A Celebration of Striding Out  3.47

Spectator (magazine)  8.76

St. Mary the Boltons Church, West Brompton  7.45–8, 45, 49–50n.

St. Michaels Caves, Gibraltar  6.84, 86

stage-coach travel  11.77–80, 80, 87–9n.

Standard, The  6.15

Steele, Philip, Beaumaris, the town's story  13.48

Sterne, Lawrence, Tristram Shandy  3.11

Stevenson, Robert Louis, Memories and Portraits  1.66

Stockport, Lancashire  11.17

Stone Cradle, Doughty (2006)  1.48–9

Stonehenge, Wiltshire  4.91, 5.57–8, 84, 13.37

Turner painting of  4.56, 57

Storey, Neil R., Norfolk Villains, Rogues, Rascals and Reprobates  10.69–70

Story of English, The, McCrum, MacNeil, Cran  9.44

Story of English Literature, Broadus  6.21, 22

Strange Life of George Borrow..., The, Tolliver  3.49

Strangers – A History of Norwich's Incomers, Meeres  5.74

Stranger's Hall, Norwich  8.59, 60, 61

straw plaits  9.59–62

Stray Notes on George Borrow's Life in Spain by Wentworth Webster  7.6, 18–20

Substance of a Sermon on the Bible Society, Cunningham  5.53

Sueños, de Quevado  13.78–80

Suffolk  13.37

Suir, from its source to the sea, The  7.70

'Sur le Pont Neuf j'ai rencontré', Aragon (poem)  5.23–4, 36

 

Tabenera, Goméz  8.40

Tangier(s), Morocco

Borrows visit to  6.52–57, 64–65, 72–73, 92–93

reasons for visit  6.59–61

people and languages encountered by Borrow  6.101–105

Society visit to (2012)  6.51

Taylor, Anne (cousin)  9.51

Taylor, Robert and Anne  9.14–18, 10.57–8

Taylor, William  4.39

teachers, themes in publications  14.9–10

Tegid (Ioan Tegid)  10.32

see also Jones, John (J.) bookseller and author

Tegnér, Esaias, Frithiof's Saga  8.50–2

Telegraph, The  5.78

Templemore Barracks, Ireland

Borrows stay in  6.3–4, 9–11, 13

society visit to (2008)  6.3–4

Testaments, distribution of in Spain  6.89, 90, 92

see also New Testament

'The Plague of My Heart': Some Reflections on the Peter Williams Chapters and on the Sin  Against the Holy Ghost, Ridler (article)  4.10–25

theatre  8.18, 27–8, 82, 14.40

Theodore Watts Dunton, Douglas  6.39

thimble-riggers  8.44

Things Seen in Spain, Hartley  6.39

Third Reich  9.77–8

Thomas, Edward  5.68

Through Borrow's Wild Wales, Bowen  10.33

Thurtell, John  3.48–9

Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case, The, Borowitz  5.72

Times Literary Supplement, The  14.64

Times of India, The  5.79

Times Perspective (poem)  4.61

Timur or Tamurlane, Sultan  14.9, 12–13, 12, 16n.

Tipperary, Ireland see Templemore Barracks, Ireland

Tolliver, Arthur S., The Strange Life of George Borrow...  3.49

Tom Jones, Fielding  6.22

Török, Zsuzsanna  3.25

Roma life in Hungary during the time of George Borrow's travels (article)  1.103–11

Townsend, Rev. Joseph, Journey to Spain in the years 1786 and 1787  12.64

Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society  9.43

Translating a Dream: George Borrow's Vision of Ellis Wynne's Gweledigaetheu y Bardd  Cwse (The Sleeping Bard), Wilkins-Jones (article)  13.76–93

translations see Borrow, George Henry, works, publications and translations

Transylvania see Hungary; Romania

travel writing  1.45–6

‘travellers'

see also Gypsies (Romani people)

etymology of the word  10.46

and Romany Gypsy, differences  9.76, 77

Travellers in Spain, Murphy (notes)  12.63–6

Travellers in Spain: Spain through the eyes of famous travellers, from Borrow to Hemingway,  Mitchell  12.63–4

Travels in Morocco, Richardson  1.38

Travels of a Victorian Photographer, Hudson  13.35–40

Treading the Dance Men Dansen den går, Broadbridge  11.40–1

Tremar, Cornwall  9.14

Trethennick family  5.6–7

Trinity Church, Gibraltar  6.82, 84

Tristram Shandy, Sterne  3.11

Trotter, G. D., ‘Notas sobre un manuscrito de George Borrow'  10.63

Tudor, Owen  12.5, 8, 10, 19n.

Turkish Jest Book (1834) (review)  14.18–22

Turkish Jester, The, Nasreddin Hoca, translated Borrow  14.5–15, 6

Turner, Dawson  10.14

Turner, Joseph Mallord William  4.56–8, 57

Twitter  14.4

Twn Shon Catti (Tom Shone Catti)  5.76–8

Two Middle-Aged Ladies in Andalusia, Chetwode  5.75

 

Uglow, Jenny, In These Times: Living in Britain through Napoleon's Wars, 1793-1815  (reviews)  10.60–1

‘Un soir de Londres', Aragon (poem)  5.20–1, 35

Under the Flags of Freedom: British Mercenaries in the War of Two Brothers, the First Carlist War, and the Greek War of Independence, Rodriguez  4.65–7

United States of America, Borrow's works in libraries and collections in  4.50–1, 52–3

Unveiling of the Veiled Period and other papers, The, (Lavengro Press)  13.57–8, 14.63

Upcher, Rev. A.W.  13.41–3

Urquhart, David, The Pillars of Hercules  6.96

Ursula (character)  13.12, 13–14, 16–17, 20, 14.68, 68

Usk, river  3.90, 93–4n.

Usoz, Dr Luis de  7.65–6, 12.38, 39–40n.

 

‘Vagabonds and Vagabondage. The Charm of George Borrow (By Mr. Oswald Jones),  (Llangollen Advertiser article)  10.64–8

Vaughan, Adrian, Samuel Morton Peto, A Victorian Entrepreneur  7.71

Vaughan-Thomas, Wynford, ‘With Wynford Vaughan-Thomas in Wild Wales’  5.73

Venturas, Graciella  2.79, 5.6–19

viaducts and aqueducts  11.16–20

Viaje a la Andalucia inexplorada, Rose  6.28–29

Victorian Age of Literature, The, Chesterton  9.8

Victorian Underworld, The, Chesney  5.72

Vienna, Austria  1.81, 85

Vikings and the Victorians: Inventing the Old North in 19th-Century Britain, The, Wawn  7.71,  8.50, 52

Villiers, Sir George  7.61

Vocabulary of East Anglia, Potter  10.56–7

Voltaire  6.70

 

Wake of Freya, The (custom)  14.41–2

Wales

see also Anglesey, Isle of; Llangollen, Denbighshire; Presteigne, Radnorshire

Borrow's notebooks on  3.59, 65, 87–94

Borrow's second visit to (1857)  3.59, 86, 87–94

Presteigne  3.62–6

Borrow's third visit to (1867)  3.65–6

Wales and Her Language considered from a historical, educational and social standpoint,  Southall  10.71

Walk: A Celebration of Striding Out, Speakman  3.47

Walling, R. A. J., George Borrow The Man And His Work  3.55

Walsh, Peter, King of the Gypsies: Memoirs of the Undefeated Bare Knuckle Champion of  Great Britain and Ireland (reviews)  3.43–4

Warton, Thomas, History of English Poetry  10.8

Waterways: Past and Present, Pratt  11.40

Watkins, Alfred, The Old Straight Track  11.37–8

Watt, James  3.12–13

Watts-Dunton, Theodore  8.16, 26, 78–9

Aylwin  10.6–7, 8

Extract from Athenæum  8.17–19

introduction to Wild Wales by  3.66–7, 4.69

review of Borrow's works  13.18

Wawn, Andrew, The Vikings and the Victorians: Inventing the Old North in 19th-Century  Britain  7.71, 8.50, 52

Weare, William  3.48–9

Webster, Wentworth  7.15n.

Stray Notes on George Borrow's Life in Spain  7.6–17, 18–20

Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of  8.67

Welsh Country (magazine)  4.68

Welsh Grammar, Owen  12.7

Welsh Robin Hood see Twn Shon Catti (Tom Shone Catti)

Wesley, Charles  11.31–3, 36n.

West Brompton see Brompton, London; St Mary the Boltons Church, West Brompton

West Norfolk Militia  9.19, 21n.

West Norwood see Lavengro Road, London SE27, Laurie (article)

Westminster Review, The  8.33–4

‘What Phiz Did Without Boz’, Browne Lester  12.48–9

‘What Say You, Sir Watkin?’ Murphy (notes)  10.27–9

What was the site of Borrow's meeting on the Welsh Border with Jasper Petulengro?,  Pritchard (notes)  5.62–3

What’s in a Name?, Keeton (notes)  10.45–52

White Horse Tavern, Fetter Lane, London  6.17

Widdrington, Samuel  1.17

Wilcock, Rev. J.  5.80–1

Wild Wales and Wild Claims?, Peters (notes)  11.16–20

Wilkins-Jones, Clive  3.4

Better Late Than Never: The 1913 Borrow Centenary Celebrations in Norwich (article)   3.77–85

Borrow and the Hunyadis (article)  1.95–103

Borrow, Romany Gypsies and the Third Reich (article)  9.71–9

Translating a Dream: George Borrow's Vision of Ellis Wynne's Gweledigaetheu y Bardd  Cwse (The Sleeping Bard) (article)  13.76–93

William Mackay and his acquaintance with George Borrow, Ridler (notes)  11.20–5

Williams, David, A World of His Own: The Double Life of George Borrow  7.71

Williams, Peter  1.25, 30–1, 35, 4.11–12, 14–15, 18–23, 45

Williams, Vaughan  4.71

Williams, Winifred  1.25, 30–1, 4.14, 15–19

Wilson, A. N.  13.18

Wiltshire  4.94, 5.85

see also Salisbury, Wiltshire; Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Borrow's visit to  5.89–91, 94–5

women

see also Berners, Isopel ‘Belle’

Borrows attitudes towards  3.81, 6.93

encounters of, in Spain  6.93–94

encounters of, in Tangier  6.65–66, 71

in Romani culture  13.11–13, 19

Woodforde, Parson  5.58

Woods, Val, The Romany Girl  13.48

Wrestling Jacob: Borrow and the Methodists, Ridler (notes)  11.30–6

Wye and Its Associations, The, Ritchie  6.38

Wynn, Sir Watkin Williams  10.27–8

Wynne, Ellis  13.80–2, 13.95

Gweledigaetheu y bardd cwsc, (Visions of the Sleeping Bard)  10.29, 31, 32–4, 13.78, 82– 91,  94

 

Yarmouth, Norfolk

sea rescue of 1853, by Borrow  10.53–5

Yarmouth Bridge Disaster (1845)  7.76–7, 8.55–6, 56

Yarmouth Notes, Palmer  6.36–37

Yeats, W. B.  5.29

Yr Arwydd, Anglesey  14.53

 

Zettels Traum, Schmidt  13.24, 26, 27, 28–31

Zumalacárregui, Tomás  7.13–14

Zurika The Gypsy Maid, Anderson (piano score)  8.63