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Gardens, the, Wolsey's, 8, 40; Henry

VIII.'s, 100, 102; in the reign of
Elizabeth, 142; in Cromwell's
time, 250 ; in Charles II.'s time,
described by Evelyn, 268; altered
by William and Mary, 296, 297,
304, 316, 326, 338; in George
II.'s time, 376; in George III.'s
time, 381; their enchanting beauty

at the present time, 402-406.
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester,

126, 132, 136.
Gatehouse, Wolsey's great, 117.
George I., removed from London

to Hampton Court, 359; dulness
of his Court, 368 ; quarrels with
his son, 369; sets up a theatre in
the Great Hall, 369; his shameful
dismissal of Wren, 370; his letter
concerning the unauthorized occu-
pation of apartments in the palace,

372.
George II., as Prince of Wales,

360; his flirtations with the ladies-
in-waiting, 363; quarrels with his
father, 368; leaves Hampton Court
and holds an opposition Court at
Richmond, 369; his visits as King,
373; dulness of his Court, 374 ;
his bedroom and bed, 378; boxes

his grandson's ears, 379.
George III., abandons Hampton

Court, 380 ; divides the palace
into private apartments, 382; his
reforms as to private apartments
at Hampton Court, 383; his in-
dignation at the lending of private
apartments, 384; gives the Stadt-

holder of Holland apartments, 386.
George IV., accession of, 388.
Ghosts supposed at Hampton Court,

97, 98, 109, 235; and see Penn,
Mrs., Jane Seymour, and Catherine

Howard.
Gibbons, Grinling, 34, 323, 355
Giustinian, the Venetian ambas-

sador, 14, 28, 44, 62.
Gloucester, William, Duke of, son of

Queen Anne, birth and baptism

of, 295.
Gondomar, Count, 199.
Goodwin, Dr., Cromwell's chaplain,

gives him an organ from Mag-
dalen College, 251 ; his prayer,

257
Grammont, M. de, 264.

Great Hall, built by Henry VIII.,

20, 72, 74, 80, 82, 84, 153; crea-
tion of peers in, by James I., 161 ;
plays and masques in, 164;
Daniel's masque in, 166; more
plays, 183; theatre erected in, by

George I., 369.
Great Watching Chamber, Henry,

VIII.'s, 86, 88, 92.
Green, the, Hampton Court, Wren's

house on the, 370; Faraday's house

on the, 396.
Gresham, Sir Richard, 28.
Guard Chamber, William III.'s, 332.
Gunning, the Misses, story of, 379.
Halifax, Lord, 294.
Hampton, parish and manor of, 2, 4.
Hampton Court, manor of, 5; leased

to Cardinal Wolsey, 5; extraordin-
ary salubrity of, 6, 262; Henry
VIII. acquires the fee-simple of,
74; erected into an “honour,"
103; survey of the manor and
parks by the Commonwealth, 238;
excepted from sale, 239; bill for
its sale introduced, 240; it sales
discussed, 240; offered to Crom-
well, but declined, 242; manor
sold to Mr. John Phelps, 242;
bought back for Cromwell, 243 ;
again to be sold, 259; bill for
settling the honour and manor on
Monk, 260.
' Hampton Court Beauties," the,

302.
Harewarren, in Cromwell's time,

240; Cromwell's ponds in, 250 ;
in William III.'s time, 332.
· Haunted Gallery," the, 107, 406.
Heath, his account of Oliver Crom-

well, 246, 248, 252.
Henrietta Maria, her household

train, 201; Buckingham's rude-
ness in his interviews with her,
202 ; bickerings between her and
her husband, 203; misbehaviour
of her confessor, 204; fresh out-
break of disagreement with
Charles, 207 ; her passionate dis-
course, with her husband, 208 ;
visits Hampton Court in 1662,
283 ; gives a ball to Charles II.

and his Queen, 285.
Henry VIII., I ; with Katharine of

Arragon at Hampton Court, 5;

visits the Cardinal, 11; sings and
plays on the lute, 12; repairs un-
expectedly to Wolsey's palace,
12; his implicit trust in Wolsey,
13; at Wolsey's banquets and
masquerades, 14 ; his affection for
Wolsey, 19; his additions to and
alterations of the palace, 20;
praises Wolsey's choir, 36; re-
ceives Hampton Court from Wol-
sey, 45; his affectionate letters to
Wolsey, 50; sends him some pills,
51; dismisses Wolsey, 52; occu-
pies Hampton Court, 52; sends
tokens of goodwill to Wolsey, 53 ;
his additions to the palace, 55;
his galleries, 56; comes to Hamp-
ton Court with Katharine of Arra-
gon, 57 ; summons an assembly to
consider his divorce, 57; threatens
the Nuncio, 58; his affection for
Anne Boleyn, 58; gives her a
shooting dress, 59; makes Hamp-
ton Court one of his favourite re-
sidences, 60; his sports, jousts,
and tournaments, 61 ; shooting at
the butt, 62; plays tennis, 62;
plays backgammon, etc., 63 ; his
songs, 63; his taste for literature,
64; his transaction of business,
64; his household, 66; the mak-
ing of his bed, 68; domestic
offices in his palace, 70; his new
hall, 72; his architect, 73; ac-
quires the fee-simple of the manor
of Hampton Court, 74; his work-
men, 75; his enormous expenses
in building, 76; his honeymoon
with Anne Boleyn, 77; flirts with
the ladies of Anne Boleyn's Court,
77 ; his Hall, 80; his passion for
Anne Boleyn cools, 86; marries
Jane Seymour, 88; his delight at
the birth of his son, 89; embellishes
the chapel, 90; with Jane Sey-
mour, blesses Edward VI., 94;
leaves Hampton Court on the
death of Jane Seymour, 95; his
new buildings completed, 100 ;
his parks, 103; erects Hampton
Court manor into an honour, 103 ;
marries Anne of Cleves, and
Catherine Howard, 104; goes a
honeymoon trip with Catherine
Howard, 106; hears the accusa-
tion against his Queen, 107 ;

marries Catherine Parr, 110; his
home life, 111; his frenzy of irrita-
bility, 112 ; his death, 112; his
cane, hawking glass, gloves, and

comb-cases, 238.
Henry, Prince of Wales, at the con-

ference, 173; resides at Hampton

Court, 181.
“Heron Ponds." See Harewarren.
Hervey, John, Lord, 362; married

to Miss Lepell, 368 ; his sketch
of Hampton Court life, 374; his

satire against Pope, 376.
Home Park. See House Park.
Hospitallers, Knights of St. John

of Jerusalem, 4, 5, 22, 74.
Hounslow Heath, James II. en-

camped on, 288.
House or Home Park, 2, 3, 103 i

acreage and valuation of, by the
Commonwealth, 240, 242; Crom-
well riding in, 255; avenues and
canals made by Charles II., 260,
272: canal and avenues of, 296,
299, 308 ; William III.'s accident
in, 349, 351; description of, in

summer, 402.
Howard, Mrs., 362, 366, 367, 373.
James I., 160; creates hundreds of

new knights, 161; founds the
noble order of Baronets, 161;
creates a large batch of new peers,
162 ; incorporates the King's
Company of Comedians, 164; his
“ Booke of Sports," 166 ; attends
Daniel's masque, 167; presides at
conference between Anglicans and
Puritans, 171; holds forth on theo.
logy, 172; summons the Puritan
divines before him, 173; brow-
beats the Puritan divines, 175;
jeers at Dr. Reynolds, 176; his
own estimate of his achievement,
180; leaves Hampton Court for
London, 181; sends for the Pres-
byterian ministers from Scotland,
183; argues with them on religion,
184; has them preached at, 185;
“in a great passion," 186; issues
a proclamation against poaching,
187; Alings curses at the followers
of the hounds, 188; his costume
while hunting, 190; his batred of
war, 191 ; visits his sick wife, 193 ;
his callous conduct at his wife's

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death, 198; portrait of, 199; sa- warrants or apartments, 381 ;
tirical description of, 199; never

his rule against lending apart-
washes his hands, 199; entertains ments, 383; his severe letter against
the French ambassador, 200; en- letting apartments, 384; further
tertains the Spanish ambassador, remonstrances from, 384; his
201 : his death, 201.

sphere of jurisdiction, 399; his
James II. discusses a plan for the control over doors and locks, 400.
murder of Cromwell, 252; his

Lord Steward of the Household, his
camp on Hounslow Heath, 288; mysterious authority, 400.
death of, 342; and see York, Duke
of.

Maiano, Joannes, terra-cotta medal.
Jane Seymour, flirts with Henry lions by, 22.

VIII. and becomes Queen, 86; Mantegna, Andrea, his “ Triumph
her arms and badge, 88; retires of Julius Cæsar,” 238, 249, 314.
to Hampton Court, 89: gives Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of,
birth to a son, 89; illness and describes Queen Mary's unseemly
death of, 94; her body em- conduct on taking possession of
balmed and laid in state, 96; her father's palace, 290; her ac-
her obsequies, 96; 1,200 masses count of King William's vulgarities
for her soul, 97; her spectre in and rudeness to Princess Anne,

the “Silver-stick Gallery,” 97. 293.
Jones, Inigo, 162, 199.

Mary I., as Princess, at Prince

Edward's (Edward VI.) christen-
Kent, Edward, Duke of, at the Pavi- ing, 92; her christening presents,
lions, 386.

94; at Jane Seymour's obsequies,
King's Great Staircase, 312, 322-325.

97 ; mentioned, 100; as Queen, her
King's State Bedchamber, 323, 334. honeymoon, 122; “very pious and
Kitchen, Cardinal Wolsey's, 36 ; very badly dressed," 122; retires
Henry VIII.'s 70.

for her accouchement, 126; her
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, 302, 343.

expected child, 127; said to have

given birth to a prince, 128; sends
Laguerre, Louis, 312, 314 ; his for her sister Elizabeth, 130; her
sprawling saints, 325, 360.

interview with her at night, 133;
Leicester, Robert Dudley, Earl of, her hopes of offspring dashed, 136;
140, 146, 154.

removes from the palace, 137.
Lepell, Miss, 362, 363; married to Mary II., Queen of England, pro-

Lord Hervey, 367; her cherished claimed Queen, 289; her unseemly
reminiscences of Hampton Court, delight at taking possession, 290;
368; Pope's moonlight walk with, her impression of the palace, 291;
373

appoints George London her gar-
London, George, appointed gar- dener, 298; remains in seclusion

dener to William and Mary, 298; at Hampton Court, 299; occupies
his style of gardening, 327,

the Water Gallery, 300; her china,
Long Canal, made by Charles II., delft ware, and needlework, 300 ;

262, 268 ; mentioned, 295, 296; her Gallery of Beauties, 302; her
its beauty in summer, 402; by love of gardening, her bower,
moonlight, 406.

304 ; reports the progress of the
Long Parliament,

the, 258, 260. works, 305 ; her arms, 317; dies
Long Walk, or Pavilion Terrace, at Kensington, 320.
made by William III., 339.

Melville, Sir James, envoy of Mary
* Longford, or King's River," re- Queen of Scots, 139 ; deputed by
paired by Cromwell, 250.

Hans Casimir to urge his suit to
Lord Chamberlain, the, disclaims Elizabeth, 140; his interviews with

authority over ghosts, 235; George Elizabeth, 141, 142, 143 ; hears
I.'s letter to, about irregularities

her play music, 144 ;

sees her
at the palace, 372; bis orders and dance, 146.

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Parks, the, 60; game in, 256; and

see Bushey, Course, House.
Parliament, the, 217, 219, 221, 222,

224, 231, 233, 237-243, 258, 259.

See also Commons, House of.
Pavilions, the, building of, 339 ;

mentioned, 357; Princess Caroline
and the Court at, 364 ; the Duke
of Gloucester and the Waldegraves
at, 386; the Duke of Kent occu-
pies, 386; recent occupants of,

387
Penn, Mrs. (Sibell Hampden), 97-

99.
Pepys, Samuel, 261, 267, 284.
Philip II. of Spain, honeymoon of,

122; his exclusiveness, 123; goes
in procession round the cloisters,
126; induces Mary to pardon
Elizabeth, 130; his secret inter-
view with Elizabeth, 130; his
sneaking tricks, 135; his courtesy

to Elizabeth, 136 ; his spies, 139.
Pope, Alexander, couplet on Cibber,

316; on Verrio and Laguerre,
326 ; his "Rape of the Lock," 356-
359; his admiration for Miss
Lepell, 363; his description of
Hampton Court life, 368 ; his
attack on Lord Hervey, 375; his
reply to Hervey's satire, 376;
criticises the new style of garden-

ing, 377, 378.
Pope, the, gives Wolsey a dispensa-

tion from the Lenten observances,
18; reproached by Henry VIII.,
58; his authority horribly reviled,

78.
Presbyterians, sent for by James I.,

183; preached at, 184 ; plot of,
against Cromwell's life, 245.

Presence Chamber, William III.'s,

304, 334 ; described, 343.
Private apartments, 372: palace ap-

portioned into, by George III.,
382; occupants of in George III.'s
reign, 383, 386; lax practices of
occupants, 384 ; gross abuse of
letting apartments, 385; stringent
letter against lending of, 385; oc-
cupants of in George IV.'s reign,
388; in William IV.'s reign, 390;
size and accommodation of, 397 ;
authority of various departments

over, 398.
Privy Gardens, Charles I. escapes
through the, 231; mentioned, 263;
Queen Mary plants in the, 304;
their old-fashioned air, 381; their

exquisite beauty, 404.
Puritans, the, their divines at the

conference, 170-179; their hatred
of Queen Henrietta Maria, 210;

desecrate the chapel, 220.
“Purr Corner,” 389.
“ Push," the, 400, 401.
Quadra, the Spanish ambassador,

137, 139.
Quare, Daniel, clockmaker to

William III., 333.
Queen's Drawing Room, 308; as

finished by Queen Anne, 354.
Queen's Gallery, the, the Princess
of Wales (wife of George II.) in,

366.
“Queen Mary's Bower," mentioned,

268.
Queen's State Bedchamber, in the

new palace, 360.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 160, 193.

Rape of the Lock," Pope's, 352,

356-359.
Raphael's Cartoons valued at the

Commonwealth for £300, 238.
Roy, satirist of Wolsey, 22, 37, 38, 42.
Salisbury, Earl of, Robert Cecil,

suggests the sale of knighthoods
to James I., 160; implores James
I. to postpone a hunting party,

186.
Shakespeare, William, at Hampton

Court, 164; his plays acted before
the King of Denmark at Hampton
Court, 183; his plays acted before
419

new

IV. of Denmark, 182; his picture
of Anne Denmark and her
hounds, 192; his portrait of James

I., 197, 198.
Verrio, Antonio, anecdote of him

and Charles II., 287 ; mentioned,
312, 318 ; paints William III.'s
State Bedchamber, Litt Bed-
chamber, and Great Staircase, 323-
325; cries out for cash, 353; paints

the Queen's Drawing Room, 354.
Victoria, Queen, her accession, 392;

throws the palace open free, 393;
visits Princess Frederica, 396 ;

attachment of her people to, 409.
“ Vision of the Twelve Goddesses,"

166; and see Daniel, Samuel.
Visitors in former days, 379; since

the free opening, 393; their number

on Sundays, 394.
Walpole, Horace, remarks on an

alternative scheme for a
palace, 291 ; his mention of Knel-
ler's Hampton Court Beauties,
302; mentions Laguerre, 314;
mentions Verrio, 324, 354 ; men-
tions Miss Bellenden, 363; his
interest in Hampton Court, 379;
his relatives in the palace, 385,
386.
Water Gallery, the, Queen Eliza-

INDEX.

:

Charles I. in the Great Hall, 214;
his “Henry VIII." acted before

George I., 369.
Shaw, Huntingdon, worker in iron,

his claim to the designing of the

iron screens confuted, 318,
Shooting, Henry VIII. fond of, 59,

60, 62; Queen Elizabeth goes out,
156; James I. goes out, 186;
Anne of Denmark shoots the

King's favourite hound, 192.
Skelton, John, Wolsey's satirist,

reflects on the Cardinal's peremp-
toriness, 16, 17; attacks him for
eating meat, 18; comments on
his magnificence, 28 ; satirizes his
love for tapestry, 30; alluded to,
37, 38; vilifies his political pre-

eminence, 45.
Somers, Will, Henry VIII.'s jester,

accompanies him on the lute, III.
Somerset, Duke of, his administra-

tion, 112; dissatisfaction against
him, 113; invokes assistance, 114;
fortifies the palace, 116; presents
Edward to the multitude at the
gate, 118; flees to Windsor, 119;
conspiracy against him, 120; ar-

rested, 120 ; beheaded, 120.
South Front of Wren's building

criticised, 308-310; carvingon, 316,

317
State Apartments, unoccupied and

dismantled in George III.'s time,
380; in George IV.'s reign, 387 ;
in William IV.'s reign, 392;
opened free to the public, 393;

open on Sunday, 394.
Swift, Jonathan, 359.
Tennis Court, Henry VIII.'s, 55;

Henry VIII. playing in his shirt in
the, 60; Henry, Prince of Wales,
plays in the, 181 ; renovated by

Charles II., 261.
Thornhill, Sir James, paints the

ceiling of the Queen's State Bed-

chamber, 360.
Tijou, Jean, his book of designs in

ironwork, 317; designs the famous
screens at Hampton Court, 318;

his bill unpaid, 355.
Tilt Yard, the, 60; tournaments in,

beth confined in, 130 ; Arran
admitted at, to see Queen Eliza.
beth, 138; the French ambassa-
dor lodged in, 206 ; refurnished
for Mary II., 300; Kneller's
Beauties at, 301; Queen Mary
resides at, 302; mentioned, 338.
Weldon, Sir Anthony, his remarks

about James I.'s love of sport,

188; his satiric description of
Whalley, Colonel, Parliamentary

officer, 221, 222; his interview
with Ashburnham, 225, 226;
shows Cromwell's alarming letter
to Charles I., 228 ; looks through
the keyhole of Charles I.'s room
door, 230; seeks for Charles I.
by the back way, 231 ; finds that
he has fled, 231 ; his full relation
of the manner and circumstances

of Charles I.'s escape, 233.
Whitehall, Wolsey's palace at, 8,45,

56; Henry VIII.'s palace at, 64;

him, 199.

61.

Vansomer, his portrait of Christian

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