Index
in The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829

Index

Note: literary works can be found under authors’ names.

Act of Anglo-Irish Union (1800) 160
Addison, Joseph 97, 109n59
The adventures of Miss Sophia Berkley 24n40
Alfred the Great 129
American War of Independence (1775–83) 179
Anglo-Irish Union (1801) 15, 51, 77, 98, 117, 132, 142, 139, 155, 160, 179, 193n121
Anglo-Scottish Union (1707) 193n121
Ashe, Captain Thomas 157
Austen, Jane 158
Northanger Abbey 76, 78, 84, 92, 96, 108n46, 171, 173
 
Balzac, Honoré de 168
Banim, John 160
The Boyne water 59–60
imitation of Walter Scott and 59–60
The Nowlans 59–60
Revelations of the dead-alive 72
Banim, John and Michael 11, 56, 160
The fetches 59–62
Tales by the O’Hara family 59
Baretti, Joseph
Journey from England to Genoa 136–7
Barrett, Eaton Stannard 157
The heroine, or adventures of a fair romance reader 76, 77–9, 80, 84–5, 87, 90, 91, 97, 105, 108n46, 173
Battle of the Boyne (1690) 178, 193n119
Battle of Clontarf (1014) 131
Beattie, James
Dissertations moral and critical 74–5
Boru, Brian 131, 142, 144, 145
Boyle, Henry, 3rd Earl of Shannon 132
Brontë, Charlotte 168
Brown, Charles Brockden 158, 167, 190n70
Wieland 167
Bürger, Gottfried August
‘Lenora’ 95, 109n56
Burke, Edmund 48, 123, 160
Burney, Frances 87
Evelina 79
Burns, Robert
‘Address to Edinburgh’ 161–2
Byron, George Gordon, Lord 98
 
Calprenède, Gauthier de Costes de la 74
Cassandre 74, 85
Campbell, Thomas 152n98
Caritat, Hocquet 167
Carleton, William 168
Catholic Emancipation (1829) 18, 25n70, 103
Cervantes 168
Don Quixote 84
Colburn, Henry 160, 186n10
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 53
Conolly, Reverend Luke Aylmer
The friar's tale; or, memoirs of the chevalier Orsino 117
Cooper, James Fenimore 168
Copyright Act (1709) 160
The correspondents 164
Croker, Thomas Crofton
Fairy legends and traditions of the south of Ireland 58
Croly, Reverend George
Salathiel; a story of the past, the present, and the future 81
Cromwell, Oliver 125, 187n29
Cullen, Stephen
The castle of Inchvally 66n59, 100, 114
The haunted priory; or, the fortunes of the house of Rayo 117
Cuthbertson, Catherine (Miss Kitty) 197–8
Adelaide; or, the countercharm 197
Ethelbert 197
The forest of Montalbano 197
The hut and the castle 197
Romance of the Pyrenees 197
Rosabella; or, a mother's marriage 197
Santa Sebastiano 197
 
Dalrymple, William
Travels through Spain and Portugal, in 1774 137
David II 73
Dickens, Charles 168
 
Edgeworth, Maria 11, 111n76, 113, 114, 160, 161, 165, 171
The absentee 16, 101, 110n66, 119, 139, 142, 144
Belinda 87, 90, 174–5
Castle Rackrent 15, 45, 77, 98, 100, 114, 152n97
Ennui 98, 154, 185n3
Tales of fashionable life 78
Edward, the Black Prince 73
Edward I 44
Edward IV 48, 49–50
Elizabeth I 1, 130
Ennis, Alice Margaret 157
Ethelred the Unready 131–2
‘The Exile of Erin’ 145
contested authorship of 152–3n98
 
The fair Hibernian 138, 179
False appearances 160
female authorship 17–18, 25n64, 196
‘masculinisation’ of the novel and 18, 25n66, 83
Fielding, Henry 74, 78, 87
Joseph Andrews 74
on the novel's superiority to romance 74
Flight of the Wild Geese 178, 179, 193n119
French Revolution (1789) 19, 79, 89, 90, 93, 131
Fuller, Anne 38–48 passim, 52, 96, 129
Alan Fitz-Osborne 13, 30, 41–3, 47, 51, 63n7, 66n60, 81, 115, 117, 131
The convent; or the history of Sophia Nelson 15, 76, 85–8, 91, 94, 97, 105, 117, 118, 133–4, 137, 141, 150n72, 173
The son of Ethelwolf 63n7, 81, 117, 118, 129, 130–1, 132, 133, 141
 
Gall, Franz Joseph and Spurzheim, Johann Gaspar 172, 191–2n98
George III 37, 39, 68n76, 148n37
George IV 51, 68n77
Godwin, William 98, 128
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
The sorrows of young Werther 110n69
Goldsmith, Oliver 160
The vicar of Wakefield 78
gothic
eighteenth-century understandings of 2–3, 5, 19–20, 28–30, 38, 122, 198
‘female’ 18, 99, 115, 153n102
as generic descriptor 5–6, 7, 22n23, 27, 32, 41, 76, 115–16, 129, 150n52
‘the Gothic novel’
anti-Catholicism and 28, 108n49, 130, 136
Catholic Continental settings and 3, 13, 16, 113–19, 136–7, 158, 198
‘Celtic Fringe’ and 13, 16, 115, 122, 126, 129, 137, 143, 146
conventional understandings of 1–2, 3, 7–9, 13–14, 19, 27–8, 115–16, 198–9
as a term used in this book 19–20, 21n3
see also gothic
Green, Sarah 13, 157
Charles Henley; or, the fugitive restored 186n13
Court intrigue 186n13
The festival of St Jago; a Spanish romance 98
The royal exile; or victims of human passions 81
Griffin, Gerald 18, 160
Griffith, Elizabeth 105, 117, 119–28 passim, 141, 160
Amana 122–3
‘Conjugal fidelity’ 1–5, 6–7, 9, 118, 127
The delicate distress 120, 121–2, 123, 149n40
The double mistake 119
The history of Lady Barton 81, 118, 123–5, 126, 127, 143
The platonic wife 119
The school for rakes 119
‘Story of Lady Fanny Beaumont and Lord Layton’ 127–8
The story of Lady Juliana Harley 81, 118, 123, 125–6
A wife in the right 119
Griffith, Elizabeth and Goldsmith, Oliver
Novellettes, selected for the use of young ladies and gentlemen 1, 126–7
Griffith, Elizabeth and Griffith, Richard
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances 120–1
Two novels in letters 120
Griffith, Richard 120
The Gordian knot 148n25
 
Haly, James 132
Hardy, Thomas 168
Henry III 28, 37, 39, 40, 41–2, 43, 66–7n60
Henry VII 49, 50
Henry VIII 187n29
historical novel 14, 15, 16, 18, 97, 98, 100, 198
gothic literature and 13–14, 30–1, 52–6
by Irish authors 30–1, 51–2, 56–7, 62
Sir Walter Scott and the inauguration of 14, 29
The history of Amanda 24n40
Hogg, James 53, 98
 
‘Irish Gothic’
conventional understandings of 1–2, 3–4, 7–8, 98, 99–100, 198–9
terminological debate and 7–8, 23n32
as a term used in this book 19–20, 21n3
see also gothic
Irish Jacobitism 22n15, 57, 59, 178, 179, 193n119
Irish patriot politics, Irish 3, 4, 22n15, 122–3, 130
Irish print industry 150n69, 155, 160
application of English copyright law to Ireland and 155
Isdell, Sarah
The vale of Louisiana; an American tale 160
 
Jacobite Rebellion (1745) 22n15
Jamaica 173, 174, 175, 179, 190n68
circulating libraries in 167, 175–6
Jardine, Alexander
Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal 137
Jeffrey, Francis 69n110
on Walter Scott 54–6, 69n108
John of Gaunt 73, 82
Johnson, Joseph 160, 187n20
 
Kelly, Hugh 160
Kelly, Isabella 158
Kenley, Marianne
The cottage of the Appenines, or, the Castle of Novina 117
 
Lady's magazine 197–8
Lane, William 98, 156, 186n8
An address to the public, on circulating libraries 164
circulating libraries and 164–5, 167
payments to authors 162–3, 187–8n32
personal wealth 187–8n32
transnational literary marketplace and 163–8 passim, 180
see also Minerva Press
Lee, Sophia
The recess 115
Le Fanu, Alicia 157, 173
Strathallan 76, 80, 94–7, 105, 115, 173
Le Fanu, Sheridan 2, 19
Leland, Thomas 129, 31–8 passim
A history of the life and reign of Philip, King of Macedon 31
Longsword, Earl of Salisbury 10, 13, 18, 27, 35–8, 39–41, 47, 51, 75, 76, 115, 117, 122, 131, 133
adapted as The Countess of Salisbury 27
reception of 31, 33–5, 39
The Philipic orations of Demosthenes 31
Lennox, Charlotte
The female Quixote 74, 76, 84, 85, 90, 95, 108n43, 108n52
Lever, Charles
The O’Donoghue 153n101
Lewis, Matthew 3, 7, 72, 181
The bravo of Venice 78
‘The grim white woman’ 109n56
‘loyalist Gothic romance’ 40, 66n59, 122, 130
 
Mangan, James Clarence 18–19
Mangin, Edward
Essay on light reading, as it may be supposed to influence moral conduct on literary taste 80
Martin, Richard 163
Maturin, Charles Robert 11, 114, 160, 165
The Albigenses 56–7
Bertram; or, the castle of St Aldobrand 57, 70n120
The fatal revenge; or, the family of Montorio 98, 109n56 117
imitation of Walter Scott and 56–7, 70n119
‘Leixlip Castle: an Irish family legend’ 57–9, 62
Melmoth the wanderer 2, 7, 16, 98, 143, 152n95, 165, 182, 185n4
The Milesian chief 15, 56, 77, 99, 102, 103, 105, 114, 115, 119, 147n7, 152n95
The wild Irish boy 88, 119
Women; or, pour et contre 70n120, 165
Melville, Theodore 115, 157
The Irish chieftain, and his family 114
The White Knight, or the monastery of Morne 113–14
Milliken, Anna 157
Corfe Castle; or historic tracts 81, 117, 118, 131–3, 141
Plantagenet; or, secrets of the house of Anjou 15, 83
Minerva Press 13, 16, 18, 98, 138, 154–85 passim, 186n10, 196–7
American print industry and 166–7
critical perceptions of 168–9, 170–1, 172
The moral miscellany; or, a collection of select pieces, in prose and verse, for the instruction and entertainment of youth 109
More, Hannah
Coelebs in search of a wife 78
Mosse, Henrietta Rouvière 13, 157
Arrivals from India 186n13
Lussington Abbey 98
The old Irish baronet; or, manners of my country 119, 139–42, 144, 145, 152n86, 154
Murphy, Arthur 160
 
national tale 4, 15, 16, 77, 97–105 passim, 113, 119, 120, 123, 132, 137–9, 142, 144, 146, 161, 176, 177, 199
gothic literature and 15–16, 77, 97–105 passim, 137–45 passim
Sydney Owenson and the inauguration of 77, 98–9
Netterville, John, 2nd Viscount Netterville of Dowth 139–40
Newman, A.K. 156, 159
see also Minerva Press
The new polite instructor; or universal moralist 109n59
 
O’Callaghan, Cornelius, 1st Baron Lismore 140
O’Halloran, Sylvester 139
O’Keeffe, John 160
Owenson, Sydney (Lady Morgan) 11, 77, 113, 147n7, 160, 161, 165, 171
Florence MacCarthy 99
‘Glorvina solution’ and 98, 103, 110n67, 110n73, 139
The missionary 94, 99, 138, 151n81
The novice of Saint Dominick 99, 138
The O’Briens and the O’Flahertys 99
O’Donnel 77, 101–5
The princess; or, the Béguine 99
St Clair; or, the heiress of Desmond 99, 110n69, 160
The wild Irish girl 4, 15, 16, 77, 98–9, 100–1, 102, 113–14, 119, 125, 139, 143, 144
Patrick, Mrs F.C. 13, 157
The Irish heiress 76, 79–80, 84, 91–4, 97, 105, 106n20, 173
The Jesuit 130
More ghosts! 76, 84, 88–90, 91, 92, 97, 108n49, 173
Peck, Frances 157
Percy, Elizabeth, Countess of Northumberland 122–3
Pery, Edmond 122–3
Phillips, Charles
The loves of Celestine and St Aubert 83
Pilkington, Laetitia
The memoirs of Mrs Laetitia Pilkington 121
Poe, Edgar Allan 168
 
Radcliffe, Ann 3, 7, 69n108, 72, 76, 88, 89, 103, 113, 115, 150n72, 158, 170, 171, 181, 197
The castles of Athlin and Dunbayne 111n76, 115
‘explained supernatural’ and 89
The Italian 77, 78, 106n17, 128
The mysteries of Udolpho 77, 78, 109n56, 128
Rebellion, 1641 1, 3, 7, 127, 140
historiography of 3
Rebellion, 1798 97, 117, 130, 132, 139, 152n98, 179
Reeve, Clara 181
The old English baron 22n23, 40, 41, 64n14, 89, 115, 122, 129, 150n52
The progress of romance 6, 83
Reginald Du Bray: an historick tale 66n54
Reynolds, George Nugent 152n98
Richardson, Samuel 74, 78, 90
The rival friends; or, the noble recluse 66n54
Robinson, George 162
Robinson, Mary
‘The haunted beach’ 95, 109n56
Roche, Ambrose 159, 163
Roche, Regina Maria 13, 16, 154–85 passim, 196–8
accepted publications 186n9
The castle chapel 154–6, 161–2, 167, 172, 176
The children of the abbey 15, 83, 100–1, 102, 114, 126, 143, 158, 163, 165–6, 167–8, 170, 176–7, 180, 181–2
Clermont 158, 159, 170, 177–8, 179, 180, 182
Contrast 159, 171
correspondence with the Royal Literary Fund 158, 159–60, 162–3, 165
The discarded son; or, haunt of the banditti 15, 98, 172–7
The houses of Osma and Almeria; or, the convent of St Ildefonso 83
The maid of the hamlet 159
The monastery of St Columb; or, the atonement 168–70, 171, 182
The Munster cottage boy 171
Nocturnal visit 178–80
The nun's picture 159
religious views of 153n102
spurious attributions 186n9, 192n99
The tradition of the castle; or, scenes in the Emerald Isle 119, 139, 142–5, 154, 171, 177
translation of her novels into Spanish 181–4
Trecothick bower; or, the lady of the west country 14, 48–51, 62, 80, 168, 170–1
The vicar of Lansdowne; or, country quarters 159, 189n59
romance
the novel and 6, 14–15, 74–7
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 89, 92–3
Confessions 92
Rowson, Susannah 158
 
Saunders & Otley 160
Scott, Sir Walter 155, 158, 167, 168
The black dwarf 98
The bride of Lammermoor 56, 58, 59, 105
Castle Dangerous 98
‘The eve of St John’ 95
Guy Mannering 54
Ivanhoe 56
The lay of the last minstrel 95
Marmion 54
The monastery 98
romance and 52–7, 62
Waverley 14, 29, 48, 54, 56, 72, 88, 99
Scudéry, Madeleine de 74
Artamène; ou le grand Cyrus 74
Second Barons’ War (1264–65) 41–2
Selden, Catharine 157
The English nun 118, 134–7, 141
Villa Nova; or, the ruined castle 15, 83, 98
Villasantelle; or, the curious impertinent 98
Shakespeare, William
Romeo and Juliet 127–8
Shelley, Mary 98
Sheridan, Elizabeth
The triumph of prudence over passion 179
Sheridan, Frances 120
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 160
Smith, Mrs
The Caledonian bandit 162
Southey, Robert
‘Donica’ 95 109n56
Spain
gothic literary production of 181–4
Steele, Richard 109n59
Stoker, Bram 2, 19
Strongbow 44–7, 73
Subligny, Perdou de
The mock-Clelia 84
Swift, Jonathan 168
Gulliver's travels 73
on Britain's Gothic constitution 38, 65n43
 
Temple, Sir John
The Irish rebellion 3–4, 21n11
travel writing 119, 123, 136, 137, 151n77
Twiss, Richard
Travels through Portugal and Spain 136–7
 
Walpole, Horace 122
The castle of Otranto 2, 5–6, 10, 13, 15, 27, 38–9, 80, 95, 133
reception of 32–3, 38
revival of romance and 5–7, 75
Sir Walter Scott on 29
Warner, Richard
Netley Abbey 129
White, James 13, 30, 38, 43–8 passim, 129
The adventures of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster 43, 73–4, 115
The adventures of King Richard Coeur de Lion 43
Conway Castle 43–4
Earl Strongbow 15, 30, 44–8, 72–3
Hints for a specific plan for an abolition of the slave trade and for the relief of negroes in the British West Indies 43
The history of the revolution of France 43
Speeches of M. de Mirabeau 43
Wilde, Oscar 2, 19

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