A Subject Guide to the Le Faye Edition of Jane Austen's Letters


Baigent business (local crime story).
(ref. To 'a second prosecution') (see note).
Lett. 98, p. 257

(ref. To 'Baigent business').
Lett. 98, p. 258-259

Ball-Child's, (party).
(ref. To Child's Ball').
Lett. 63, p. 160

Bank Fallure-(of Henry-Thomas Austen).
(ref. To 'with such business').
Lett. 127, p. 299

(ref. To 'the uncertainties of all this').
Lett. 128, p. 301

(ref. To 'absenting himself).
(see Note). Lett. 129, p. 302

(ref. To 'late sad event').
(see note). Lett. 139, p. 313

(ref. To 'poor Mrs. Martin').
Lett. 23, p. 50

Barbados- (country of)
(ref. To 'Barbadoes').
Lett. 2, p. 4

Barrett, Eaton Stannard (Author)
(ref. To 'the Heroine') (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 255-256

Baretti, Joseph (Author) (full name: Guiseppe Marc'antonio Baretti).
(ref. To 'Baretti's other book1).
Lett. 51, p. 124

Barley Water-(medicinal).
Lett. 121, p. 292

Barrow, Sir John (Author).
(ref. To 'their Barrows') (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 199

Barrow's Life of Lord Macartney: With Extracts From an Account of the Russian Empire, the Political History of Ireland and the Journal of an Embassy to China. (nonfiction).
(ref. To 'their Barrows').(see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 199

Bath, England
Lett. 10,p. 18
Lett. 17, p. 33
Letts. 19-22, p. 39-49
Lett. 29, 66-69
Lett. 31, p. 73
Lett. 32, p. 76
Letts. 35-38, p. 8 1-92
Lett. 40-44. p. 95-106
Lett. 51, p. 122
Lett. 52. p. 125
Lett. 87, p. 221

(ref. To 'Lady B').
Lett. 92, p. 237-238

(ref. To 'Bath').
Lett. 98, p. 258

(ref. To 'in Bath').
Lett. 106, p. 272

(ref. To 'Duchess of Orleans').
Lett. 144, p. 319

(ref. To 'the waters').
Lett. 145, P. 319

(ref. To 'the pump').
Lett. 145, p. 321

Bath Buns (food)
Lett. 29, p. 67

Bath (England) Grand Sydney-Garden Breakfast (party).
Lett. 44, p. 103

Bathing (Sea).
(ref. To 'her bathing').
Lett. 6, p. 10

(ref. To 'the bathing was so').
Lett. 39, p. 95

(ref. To 'sea-bathing').
Lett. 45, p. 107

Battledore and Shuttlecock (game)
Lett. 45, p. 107

Battleridge (a novel): full title: Battleridge, an Historical Tale Founded on Facts, by a Lady of Quality. By Mrs. Cassandra Cooke.
(ref. To 'Battleridge') (see Note).
Lett. 10, p. 17

Bavins (firewood for kindling) (see Note).
Lett. 102, p. 264

Bayard, Chevalier; Pierre Terrail, Seigneur de Bayard (famous French knight of the 1500s).
(ref. To 'Chevalier Bayard').
Lett. 52, p. 127

Beattie, James (poet).
(ref. To 'T'is Night') (see Note).
Lett. 89, P. 226

Beattie's Minstrel (poem) (see Note).
Lett. 125(A), p. 296

The Beehive (musical play attributed to Milingen) (See Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

(ref. To 'your bees').
Lett. 29, p. 69

(ref. To 'the honey').
Lett. 89, p. 225

Beer-Brewing (at Steventon).
(ref. To 'the Brewhouse').
Lett. 31, p. 73

(ref. To 'spruce beer is brewed').
Lett. 57, p. 143

(ref. To 'brewing spruce beer').
Lett. 62, p. 156

Beigrave ChapeL London
(ref. To 'B. Chapel').
Lett. 128, p. 301

Bell, Book and Candle (ceremonial Excommunication in the Roman Catholic Church).
(ref. To 'the Oath').
Lett. 81, p. 206

Bennett, Eaton Stannard (author)
(ref. To 'the Heroine') (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 25 5-256

Bentigh (wooded hill in Godmersham Park).
Lett. 89, p. 227

Bermuda (country of).
Lett. 63, p. 160
Lett. 66, p. 169

Bertie, Admiral (See Biog. Note).
Lett. 49, p. 117

(ref. To 'Adam").
Lett. 108, p. 277

(ref. To 'New Testament').
Lett. 109, p. 280

(ref. To 'Methuselah').
Lett. 153, P. 332

(the) Bible Society
(ref. To 'the Bible Society').
Lett. 145, p. 322

Bigland, John (author).
(ref. To 'their Bigland's').
(see Note). Lett. 78, p. 199

(ref. To 'Modern Europe') (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 227

Bilbocatch (game of cup & ball) (see Note).
Lett. 60, p. 150

(ref. To 'billiards table').
Lett. 94, p. 23 9-240

(ref. To 'billiards').
Lett. 49, p. 246

Bills (Paying).
(ref. To 'bills in your hand').
Lett. 32, p. 76

(ref. To 'Mr. Heringtons bill').
Lett. 85, p. 213

Birds (as Pets)
(ref. To 'the little bird').
Lett. 46, p. 110

(ref. To 'Bird cages').
Lett. 102, P. 266

The Birthday (a play) (author: August Friedrich Ferdinand Von Kotzbue)
(ref. To 'The Play on Saturday') (see Note).
Lett. 22, p. 47

Bitters (herbal medicine)
(ref. To 'her bitters').
Lett. 9, p. 14

Black Hole at Calcutta
Lett. 6, p. 10

Black Servants
(ref. To 'only see Frank') (see Note).
Lett. 19, p. 40

(ref. To 'Frank, whose black head').
Lett. 35, p. 81

(ref. To' poor, blind, Mrs. Ripley').
Lett. 49, p. 246

Bluebeard (a play) (author: not given)
(ref. To 'Play on Saturday') (see Note).
Lett. 22. p. 47

Boa- (long scarf, poss. fur or feathers)
(ref. To 'I and my boa').
Lett. 52, p. 126

The Boarding House; or Five hours at Brighton (a play)
(ref. To 'Five hours at Brighton) (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Bolton, Lady
(see Biog. Index). Lett. 24, p. 53

Book Club: Chawton
(ref. To 'Society-Octavo') (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

(ref. To 'in our Society').
Lett. ll8,p. 289

Books: Subscription Library
(ref. To 'Subscriber to her (Library').
Lett. 14, p. 26

Boswell, James (author)
(ref. To 'Life of Johnson') (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

(ref. To 'Charing Cross') (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 250

Boulangeres (a dance)
(ref. To 'boulangeries') (see Note).
Lett. 5, p. 8

(ref. To 'we breakfasted').
Lett. 53, p. 130

(ref. To 'long comfortable breakfast').
Lett. 84, p. 209

(ref. To 'nurses her baby').
Lett. 51, p. 122

Brecknell, Lady Catherine
Lett. 72, p. 186

(ref. To 'brewery scheme').
Lett. 52, p. 126

Brew House (at Steventon)
(ref. To 'the Brewhouse').
Lett. 31, p. 73

Bridges, Sir Brook (4th Baronet) (see Biog. Index-Bridges Family)
(ref. To 'Sir Brook').
Lett. 5, p. 8

(ref. To 'Sir B') (see Note).
Lett. 63, p. 159

(ref. To 'Sir Brook').
Lett. 94, p. 244
Lett. 95, p. 249
Lett. 96, p. 25 1-253
Lett. 106, p. 273

Bridges, Lady Dorothy (see Biog. Index-Bridges Family)
(second wife of Sir Brook Bridges, 4th Bt.)
(ref. To 'Lady B').(see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 249

(ref. To 'Lady B').
Lett. 96, p. 25 1-253

(ref. To 'Lady Bridges').
Len. 106. p. 273

Bridges, Lady Eleanor (see Biog. Index-Bridges Family);
(P. Wife of Sir Brook Bridges,4th. Bt.)
(ref. To 'on the plan of Ly Bridges').
Lett. 35, p. 83

(ref. To 'Lady B'). (see Note).
Lett. 51, p. 124

(ref. To as Eleanor').
Lett. 61, p. 153

Bridges, Lady Fanny (see Biog. Index-Bridges family);
(wife of Sir Brook Bridges, 3rd. Baronet).
(ref. To 'Lady Bridges') (see note).
Lett. 5. p. 8

(ref. To 'Lady Bridges').
Lett. 6, p. 10
Lett. 46, p. 110
Lett. 53, p. 130
Lett. 55, p. 136 & ('Lady B'), p. 138.
Lett. 56, p. 141
Lett. 57, p. 145
Lett. 58, p. 146
Lett. 60, p. 150

(ref. To 'Lady B').
Lett. 73, p. 188
Lett. 75, p. 193
Lett. 92, p. 237-238
Lett. 95, p. 248
Lett. 96. p. 254
Lett. 98, p. 258

Brighton Pavilion- (seaside palace of the Prince Regent) (see Note).
Lett. 132(A), p. 307

British Gallery- (London) (see Note).
Lett. 70, p. 179

Brook, Sir (see under Bridges, Sir Brook)

Brunton, Mary (author)
(ref. To 'Self-Controul').(see Note).
Lett. 72, p. 186

(ref. To 'SeIf.Control').(see Note).
Lett. 91, p. 234
Lett. Ill, p. 283

Brydges, Samuel Egerton- (author)
(ref. To 'Fitz-Albini') (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

(ref. To 'as for Fitz-Albini').
Lett. 21, p. 44

Buchanan, Claudius- (author)
(ref. To 'with Clarkson or Buchanan) (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

(ref. To 'been broken into').
Lett. 81, p. 206

Burney, Fanny (author)
(ref. To 'Camilla').(see Note).
Lett. 4, p. 6,
Lett. 6, p. 9.

(ref. To 'Dr. Marchmont') (see Note).
Lett. 5,p. 9

(ref. To 'particular little brother') (see Note).
Lett. 18, p. 38

(ref. To 'Evelina') (see Note).
Lett. 20, p. 43

(ref. To :Madame Duval') (see Note).
Lett. 50, p. 120

(ref. To 'Madame D'Arblay's new novel') (see Note).
Lett. 89. p. 227

(ref. To 'Mr. D'Arblay') (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 250

(ref. To 'Lord Orville') (see Note).
Lett. 103, p. 267

(ref. To 'Madame Duval') (see Note).
Lett. 128, p. 302

Burney, Harriet (author)
(ref. To 'Clementine') (see Note).
Lett. 50. p. 120

(ref. To 'nice little butter-churn').
Lett. 4, p. 7

Byron, Lord (poet) (George Gordon Byron)
(ref. To 'the Corsair'). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 257