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Table of Contents
                            Contents
List of Figures
Acknowledgments
A Note on Texts
Part I. England
	Chapter 1. Words, Names, Persons, and Places
	Chapter 2. Names as History: Invasion, Migration, War, and Conflict
	Chapter 3. Civil War, Ruins, and the Conscience of the Rich
Part II. Names
	Chapter 4. Naming People: First Names, Nicknames, Titles, and Rank
	Chapter 5. Titles, Status, and Surnames: Austen’s Great Surname Matrix
	Chapter 6. Personal Names (First Names and Surnames) in the “Steventon” Novels
	Chapter 7. Personal Names in the “Chawton” Novels
Part III . Places
	Chapter 8. Humans Making and Naming a Landscape
	Chapter 9. Placing the Places
	Chapter 10. Counties, Towns, Villages, Estates: Real and Imaginary Places in the “Steventon” Novels
	Chapter 11. Real and Imaginary Places in the “Chawton” Novels
Conclusion
Notes
Index
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 450

I nde x 437

Telford, Thomas (engineer), 238, 313,
411n2 (chap. 9)

Tewkesbury, Battle of, 77
Thicknesse, Philip: The New Prose Bath

Guide (1780), 249–50, 366; The
Valetudinarian’s Bath Guide (1780),
249, 366

Thompson, E. P., Whigs and Hunters
(1975), 25, 400n5

Thrale, Hester (Mrs. Piozzi), 249
Tilney, Edmund, Master of the Revels

and Sir Philip Tilney (grandfather
of Edmund), 85

Tintern Abbey. See Wales
Tollemache, Admiral John Richard

Delap (né “Halliday”), 327, 416n22
Tomalin, Claire, Jane Austen: A Life

(1997), 403n13, 411n2 (chap. 10),
412n18

“Tory” and “Whig,” 32–33, 38–40,
43–48, 73–81, 94–118 passim, 134,
161, 175–78, 193, 211, 225, 260–61,
265, 276, 314, 370, 388, 403n18

Trafalgar (naval battle), 171, 316, 382
Trollope, Anthony, 10, 239
Tucker, George Holbert: A Goodly

Heritage (1983), 5, 333, 399n4,
402n17, 409n80, 413n30, 413n40,
414n51; Jane Austen the Woman
(1994), 414n51

Tudor dynasty, 13, 28–35, 54–58,
85–86, 122, 165, 199–201, 210, 220,
265–67, 282, 298–99, 345, 361, 392

Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens),
409n69

Twisleton, Julia Judith, 144
Tyler, Wat, 290
typhus, 317, 376, 420n92

United States: American colonies, 237,
248, 270, 276; and American Revo-
lution, 37, 40, 238, 327, 353, 367,
418n44

vampirism. See Wallop, John Charles
van Dyck, Anthony, 80
Vernon, Dorothy, 299

Victorian era, 220, 275, 284, 301, 368,
377

von Königsmarck, Philip Christoph,
Count, 261

Waldron, Mary, Jane Austen and the
Fiction of Her Time (1999), 121–22,
405n36

Wales, 125, 151, 205–6, 218, 336; lan-
guage, 130, 228, 402n9; Tintern
Abbey (Monmouthshire), 32, 300,
392

Walker, Linda Robertson, 376, 420n92
Walkinshaw, Clementina, 57, 73
Wallace, Tara Ghoshal, Imperial Char-

acters (2010), 342, 405n1, 418n48
Wallace, William, 117
Waller, William, Parliamentary Gen-

eral, 37, 131
Wallop, John Charles, 3rd Earl of Ports-

mouth, 269
Walpole, Horace: The Castle of Otranto

(1764), 90; Strawberry Hill, 326
Walter, Philadelphia, 273
Walton, Izaak, The Compleat Angler

(1653), 301–5
Warbeck, Perkin, 29, 39, 362
Wars of the Roses, Lancashire (red

rose) vs. Yorkshire (white rose),
14, 27–28, 36, 72, 295, 345, 362

Warwickshire (county), 254; Leaming-
ton, 248; Stoneleigh Abbey, 144,
254–55, 269, 282, 417n39; Stratford-
upon- Avon, 217

Waterloo, 178, 332–33; Battle of,
76, 200, 343, 382–83, 396, 411n2
(chap. 9)

Watson- Wentworth and Watson-
Woodhouse families, 18, 67, 74,
78–81, 175

Weldon, Fay, 254
Wellesley, Arthur (Duke of Welling-

ton), 176
Wentworth, Henrietta, 57, 193, 363
Wentworth, Thomas, 1st Earl of Straf-

ford (beheaded 1641), 14, 78–80, 133,
174–75

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