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

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Paget, Henry- Lord
(ref. To 'the race of Pagets'). (see Note).
Lett. 153, p. 333

Paintings-
(ref. To 'Mrs. Hasting's voyage'). (see Note).
Lett. 55, p. 138

(ref. To 'Watercolour Exhibition).
Lett. 71, p. 184

(ref. To 'some fine paintings').
Lett. 71, p. 185

(ref. To 'Water-coloured Exhibition'). (see Note).
Lett. 84, p. 210

(ref. To 'Exhibition in Spring Gardens'). (see Note).
Lett. 85, p. 212

(refs. To Great Exhibition' & 'Sir Joshua Reynolds' Paintings'). (see Notes).
Lett. 85, p. 212-213

(ref. To 'the Panoramas'). (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 248

Paintings- (at Steventon)
(ref. To 'as to our Pictures'). (see Note).
Lett. 29, p. 67

Palace- St. James, (London) (see Topo. Index under 'Palace').
(ref. To 'at St. James'). (see Note).
Lett. 7, p. 12

(ref. To 'in the Palace'). (see Note).
Lett. 52, p. 128

(ref. To 'read of the Fire'). (see Note).
Lett. 67, p. 173

Panorama- (series of paintings surrounding the spectator); London.
(ref. To "all the Panoramas'). (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 248

Paper Hats-
(ref. To 'given away all the old Paper hats').(see Note).
Lett. 1, p. 2; (dated Jan. 9-10, 1792).

Paris- (France)
(ref. To 'not go beyond Paris').
Lett. 62, p. 158

Parliament- (and Napoleonic War)
(ref. To 'what news!'). (see Note).
Lett. 96, p. 252

Parliament- Act of
(ref. To 'threatened Act of Parliament'). (see Note).
Lett. 29, p. 69

Parliamentary Bill-
(ref. To 'Weald of Kent Canal-Bill').
Lett. 72, p. 186

Pasley, Sir Charles William- (author)
(ref. To Capt. Pasley'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198-199

(ref. To 'Captain Pasley's book').
Lett. 81, p. 206

Patchwork Quilt-
(ref. To 'for the Patchwork').
Lett. 74, p. 191

(ref. To 'for a quilt').
Lett. 140, p. 314

(ref. To 'place her Quilt').
Lett. 149, p. 325

Patronage- (novel)
(ref. To 'reading Patronage'). (see Note).
Lett. 105, p. 271

Pavilion, The- (seaside palace of the Prince Regent, Brighton, England).
(ref. To 'the Party at the Pavilion). (see Note).
Lett. 132(A), P. 307

Pelisse- (a woman's lined cloak).
Lett. 53, p. 129

(ref. To 'black Pelisses').
Lett. 57, p. 145

(ref. To ' my velvet Pelisse').
Lett. 59, p. 148

(ref. To 'our Pelisses').
Lett. 70, p. 180

(ref. To my Pelisse').
Lett. 72, p. 185-186

Pellew, Sir Edward- (see Biog. Index)
Lett. 70, p. 181

Penzance- (town in Cornwall,England).
(ref. To 'to Penzance').
Lett. 44, p. 105

Percival, Thomas (M.D.)- (author)
(ref. To 'wrote Moral Tales'). (see Note).
Lett. 57, p. 145

Perfume-
(ref. To 'Steele's Lavender Water')
Lett. 31, p. 72

(ref. To 'of Musk').
Lett. 36, p. 85

Persian- (dress fabric)
(ref. To 'and pink persian'). (see Note).
Lett. 1, p. 2

(ref. To' coloured persian).
Lett. 90, p. 230

(ref. To 'rolls of persian').
Lett. 116, p. 288

Persuasion- (novel) Author- Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane-Author)

Pestle & Mortar- (druggist tools).
(ref. To 'sound of the pestle & mortar').
Lett. 65, p. 167

Pewter- (slang term for money)
(ref. To 'what Edward calls').
Lett. 114, p. 287

Pharmacist-
(see: Apothecary).

Piano Playing-
(ref. To 'I practice every day').
Lett. 4, p. 7

(ref. To 'I shall be such a proficient in music').
Lett. 17, p. 34

(ref. To 'I will practice country dances').
Lett. 63, p. 161

(ref. To 'Mr. Meyers gives his three Lessons a week').
Lett. 129, p. 303

(ref. To 'you could practice your fingering').
Lett. 156, p. 337-338

Pianos-
(ref. To 'for my Pianoforte').
Lett. 36, p. 84

(ref. To 'a grand pianoforte').
Lett. 49, p. 117

(ref. To 'on the Piano Forte').
Lett. 141(C), p. 315

(ref. To 'to the Pianoforte').
Lett. 145, p. 322

(ref. To 'the Piano Forte often talks of you').
Lett. 149, p. 326

(ref. To 'a Grand piano Forte').
Lett. 152, p. 331

(ref. To 'the Piano Forte's duty').
Lett. 154, p. 335

Pictures-
(ref. To 'send George another picture').
Lett. 11, p. 21

(ref. To 'Henry's picture of Rowling'). (see Note).
Lett. 45, p. 108
(see also: Paintings).

Pilkington, Sir William- (see Biog. Index).
(ref. To'Sir W.P.'s'); (see Note).
Lett. 102, p. 265

Pincushion-
(ref. To 'not send the pincushions').
Lett. 47, p. 113

(ref. To 'make a pincushion).
Lett. 128, p. 301

Pinckards Newspaper-
Lett. 39, p. 95

Piozzi, Hester Lynch- (author); (known by her married name, Mrs. Thrale; friend of Dr. Johnson).
(ref. To 'so much for Mrs. Piozzi'). (see Note).
Lett. 21, p. 44

(ref. To 'my dear Mrs. Piozzi)
Lett. 62, p. 156

Plants-
(see under: Gardening-Plants, Trees, Shrubs).

Plays-
Beehive,The- (Musical farce); (see Note). Lett. 87, p. 219

Birthday, The- Author: August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue.
(ref. To 'the Play on Saturday). (see Note).
Lett. 22, p. 47

The Boarding House; or, Five Hours at Brighton- Author: Samuel Beazley.
(ref. To 'Five Hours at Brighton). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Clandestine Marriage, The- Author: George Coleman. (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219; Lett. 90, p. 230

Devil to Pay,The- Author: Charles Coffey. (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 260

Don Juan or the Libertine Destroyed-(ref. To 'Don Juan'). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Farmer's Wife, The- Author: Charles Dibden. (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 260;
Lett. 99, p. 261

Hamlet- (full title, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark). Author: William Shakespeare.
(ref. To 'Hamlet').
Lett. 70, p. 181

Hypocrite, The- (play taken from Moliere's Tartuffe). Author: Isaac Bickerstaffe (see Note).
Lett. 71, p. 184

Illusion of the Trances of Nourjahad Author: attributed to Samuel James Arnold.
(ref. To Nourjahad').(see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 257

Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage-Author: David Garrick
(ref. To 'in Isabella!). (see Note).
Lett. 112, p. 283

King John- (full title: the Life and Death of King John). Author: William Shakespeare.
Lett. 70, p. 181

Macbeth- (full title: The Tragedy Of Macbeth). Author: William Shakespeare.
Lett. 70, p. 181

Midas, an English BurlettaAuthor: Kane O'Hara (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Richard III- (full title: The Tragedy Richard III). Author: William Shakespeare.
(ref. To 'see Young in Richard'). (see Note).
Lett. 99, p. 261

Which is the Man? A Comedy-Author: Hannah Cowley
(ref. To 'tell him what you will'). (see Note).
Lett. 146, p. 323

Playwrights-
Arnold, Samuel James- (play attributed to him).
(ref. To Nourjahad'). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 257

Beazley, Samuel-
(ref. To 'Five Hours at Brighton'). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Bickerstaff, Isaac-
(ref. To 'the Hypocrite'). (see Note).
Lett. 71, p. 184

Coffee, Charles-
(ref. To 'the Devil to pay). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 260

Coleman, George-
(ref. To 'the Clandestine Marriage'). Lett. 87, p. 219, (see Note).
Lett. 90, p. 230

Cowley, Hannah-
(ref. To 'tell him what you will'). (see Note).
Lett. 146, p. 323

Dibdin, Charles-
(ref. To 'the Farmers Wife'). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 260

(ref. To 'Farmer's Wife').
Lett. 99, p. 261

Garrick, David-
(ref. To 'in Isabella'). (see Note).
Lett. 112, p. 283

Kotzebue, August Friedrich Ferdinand von-
(ref. To'the play on Saturday'). (see Note),
Lett. 22, p. 47

Moliere- (pseudonym of Jean Baptiste Poquelin).
(ref. To 'the Hypocrite'). (see Note).
Lett. 71, p. 184

O'Hara, Kane-
(ref. To Midas'). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219

Shakespeare, William-
(ref. To 'the Shrewsbury Clock'); (I, Henry IV). (see Note).
Lett. 28, p. 64

(ref. To 'Hamlet').
Lett. 70, p. 181

(ref. To 'King John).
Lett. 70, p. 181

(ref. To 'Macbeth').
Lett. 70, p. 181

(ref. To 'Shylock-a good play'). (Merchant of Venice).
Lett. 97, p. 256

(ref. To 'scene with Tubal'); (Merchant of Venice).
Lett. 98, p. 258

(ref. To 'see Young in Richard); (Richard III). (see Note).
Lett. 99, p. 261

Poems- (By Jane Austen)
Lett. 48(C), p. 113
Lett. 69(D), p. 175-177
Lett. 69, p. 177-178
Lett. 72, p. 186

(ref. To '4 lines on Miss W).
Lett. 77, p. 196

Poetry-
The Borough- Author: George Crabbe.
(ref. To 'one of his prefaces'). (see Note).
Lett. 93, p. 243

The Corsair- Author: Lord Byron.
(ref. To 'read the Corsair'). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 257

The Minstrel or the Progress of Genius- Author: James Beattie
(ref. To 'Beattie's Minstrel'). (see Note).
Lett 125(A), p. 296.

Marmion- Author: Sir Walter Scott
(ref. To 'with Marmion'). (see Note).
Lett.53, p. 131

(ref. To 'to send Marmion').
Lett. 64, p. 164

(ref. To 'I do not write for Such dull Elves'). (see Note).
Lett. 79, p. 202

A Collection of Poems of Several Hands. Author: Robert Dodsley.
(ref. To 'for Dodsley's Poems'). (see Note).
Lett. 37, p. 88

Epitaph on a Hare- Author: William Cowper.
(see ref. To 'fonder of Tame Hares'). (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 250

The Hermit- Author: James Beattie.
(ref. To ' T'is Night '). (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 226

Lady of the Lake- Author: Sir Walter Scott
(ref. To 'in the Lady of the Lake'). (see Note).
Lett. 75, p. 194

Rejected Addresses; or the New Theatrum Poetarum; (verse parodies of famous poets). Authors: Horatio Smith and James Smith.
(ref. To 'two Mr. Smiths'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p.198

(ref. To 'Rejected Addresses').
Lett. 78, p. 199-200

The Task- Author: William Cowper
(ref. 'of Cowper's Line' ). (see Note).
Lett. 50, p. 119

Tales in Verse- Author: George Crabbe
(refs. To 'Mr. Crabbe' & "Crimson velvet'). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 220-221

The Tour of Dr. Syntax in Search of the Picturesque: A Poem - Author: William Combe.
(ref. To 'as Dr. Syntax'). (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 256

Verses Supposed to be Written by Alexander Selkirk- (Selkirk, the main character in Robinson Crusoe). Author: William Cowper.
(ref. To 'Mistress of all I survey); (paraphrase of Cowper's line). (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 228

Waterloo- (full title: The Field of Waterloo). Author: Sir Walter Scott
(ref. To ' copy of Waterloo'). (see Note).
Lett. 124(D), p. 295

(ref. To 'Copy of Waterloo').
Lett. 124, p. 295

Poets-
Beattie, James-
(ref. To ' T'is Night '). (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 226

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

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

Combe, William-
(ref. To 'as Dr. Syntax'). (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 256

Cowper, William-
(ref. To 'of Cowper's works'). (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

(ref. To 'my father reads Cowper to us').
Lett. 25, p. 27

(ref. To 'Cowper's Line'). (see Note).
Lett. 50, p. 119

(ref. To 'of Tame Hares'). (see Note).
Lett. 95, p. 250

(ref. To 'Mistress of all I Survey'). (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 228

Crabbe, George-
(refs. To 'of Mr. Crabbe' & 'Crimson velvet').(see Note)
Lett. 87, p. 220-221

(ref. To 'one of his prefaces'). (see Note).
Lett. 93, p. 243

(ref. To 'she admires Crabbe').
Lett. 96, p. 251

Dodsley, Robert-
(ref. To 'Dodsley's Poems'). (see Note).
Lett.37, p. 88

Goldsmith, Oliver-
(ref. To 'neither Goldsmith').
Lett. 125(A), p. 297

Milton, John-
(ref. To 'a vol. Of Milton').
Lett. 92, p. 240

Pope, Alexander-
(ref. To 'infallible Pope'). (see Note).
Lett. 94, p. 245

Scott, Sir Walter-
(ref. To 'with Marmion'). (see Note).
Lett. 53, p. 131

(ref. To 'to send Marmion').
Lett. 64, p. 164

(ref. To 'Lady of the Lake'). (see Note).
Lett. 75, p. 194

(ref. To 'I do not write for such dull Elves'). (see Note).
Lett. 79, p. 202

(ref. To 'to like Waverly'). (see Note).
Lett. 108, p. 277

(ref. To 'copy of Waterloo'). (see Note).
Lett. 124(D), p. 295

(ref. To 'Copy of Waterloo).
Lett. 124, p. 295

(ref. To 'He has lent us Miss Williams & Scott'). (see Note).
Lett. 127, p. 298

(ref. To 'the Reviewer of Emma').
Lett. 139, p. 313

(ref. To 'in the Antiquary'). (see Note).
Lett. 146, p. 323

Smith, Horatio-
(ref. To 'the two Mr. Smiths'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

Smith, James-
(ref. To 'the two Mr. Smiths'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

Southey, Robert-
(ref. To 'Espriella's Leters'). (see Note).
Lett. 56, p. 141

(ref. To "Life of Nelson'). (see Note).
Lett. 91, p. 235

(ref. To 'Poet's Pilgrimage To Waterloo'). (see Note).
Lett. 150(C), p. 327-328

The Poet's Pilgrimage to Waterloo-(nonfiction). Author: Robert Southey (see Note).
Lett. 150(C), p. 327

Politics-
(refs. To 'Heathcote's canvass' and 'Electioneering Costs').
Lett. 61, p. 154

Poor, The- (Charity For)
(ref. To 'charities for the poor).
Lett. 15, p. 31

(ref. To 'Betty Dawkins').
Lett. 23, p. 50

(ref. To 'money for the poor').
Lett. 77, p. 197

(ref. To 'her Bank Stock').
Lett. 78, p. 200

Pope, Alexander-
(ref. To 'infallible Pope'). (see Note).
Lett. 94, p. 245

Porter, Anna Maria-
(ref. To 'Lake of Killarney). (see Note). Lett. 60, p. 151

Portmore, Lady Catherine- (see Biog. Index).
(ref. To 'Lady Catherine).
Lett. 52, p. 127

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

Postage- (Avoid Paying)
(ref. To 'in a Cover'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 200
(See also under: Franking-Mail ).

Postage- (Paying for Letters)
(ref. To 'paying for & answering').
Lett. 57, p. 143

(ref. To 'twopenny post').
Lett. 97, p. 255

(ref. To 'worth paying for').
Lett. 144, p. 318

Post Office-
(ref. To 'the Newbury Post').
Lett. 44, p. 103

Poverty- (of Single Women)
(ref. To 'single women have a dreadful propensity for being poor').
Lett. 153, p. 332.

Practical and Familiar Sermons Designed for Parochial and Domestic Instruction. (nonfiction)
(ref. To 'Sermons from Hamstall'). (see Note).
Lett. 65, p. 167

Practical Piety- (nonfiction) Author: Hannah More
(ref. To' recent publication). (see Note).
Lett. 74, p. 191

Prayer Service-
(ref. To 'on the Litany').
Lett. 60, p. 151

Pregnancy-
(ref. To 'Mary is brought to bed)
Lett. 7, p. 12

(ref. To 'uncommonly large').
Lett. 10, p. 16

(ref. To 'a dead child').
Lett. 10, p. 17

(ref. To 'no means very large').
Lett. 27, p. 61

(ref. To 'is in for it'). (see Note).
Lett. 29, p. 68

(ref. To 'brought to bed'). (see Note).
Lett. 32, p. 76

(ref. To 'as usual looked big').
Lett. 34, p. 81

(ref. To 'one fainting fit'). (see Note).
Lett. 49, p. 117

(ref. To 'Mrs. F.A.'s confinement').
Lett. 49, p. 114

(ref. To 'Mrs. Deedes').
Lett. 50, p. 119

(ref. To 'to leave Elizabeth'). (see Note).
Lett. 52, p. 126

(ref. To 'active for her situation').
Lett. 55, p. 137

(ref. To 'breeding again').
Lett. 56, p. 140

(ref. To 'brought to bed').
Lett. 65, p. 167

(ref. To 'in the family way).
Lett. 88, p. 223

(ref. To 'has ever lain-in').
Lett. 91, p. 235

(ref. To ' is to lye-in').
Lett. 118, p. 289

(ref. To 'Mrs. F. A. is to be confined').
Lett. 153, p. 332

(ref. To 'Mrs. Clement' & "Mrs. Benn).
Lett. 155, p. 337

(ref. To 'much shorter confinement').
Lett. 159, p. 341

Presents-
(see under: Gifts)

Pride and Prejudice- (novel) Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane- Author).

Prince Leopold of Saxe-Cobourg (see Biog Index: Royal Family).
(ref. To ' Prince of Cobourg').
Lett. 138(A), p. 311

(ref. To' House of Saxe Cobourg')
Lett. 138(D), p. 312

Prince of Wales-
(see under; George IV, King.)

Prince Regent-
(see under George IV, King.)

Prince William Frederick- (2nd Duke of Gloucester). (see Biog. Index: Royal Family)
(see 'supped with the Prince'). (see Note).
Lett. 15, p. 30

Princess of Wales- (former Princess Caroline of Brunswick) (see Biog. Index: Royal Family)
(see ref. To 'Poor Woman!). (see Note).
Lett. 82, p. 208

Prison Ship- (at Portsmouth)
(ref. To'Earl has got').
Lett. 14, p. 27

Prison Ship- (Family Living On)
(ref. To 'are to live on board').
Lett. 14, p. 27

Privateering- (Napoleonic War)
(ref. To 'a Turkish ship'). (see Note).
Lett. 25, p. 57

(ref. To 'taken a small prize'). (see Note).
Lett. 66, p. 169

(ref. To 'for his share of the privateer').
Lett. 38, p. 91

Psychology- (Practical)
(ref. To 'the mental Physick which you have been lately applying').
Lett. 77, p. 196

Punishment- Whipping
(ref. To 'and was whipped').
Lett. 5, p. 8

Putrid Fever-
(ref. To 'putrid fevers has given').
Lett. 37, p. 87

(ref. To 'a putrid fever at Eton').
Lett. 49, p. 115