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Name Index

To

R D Blackmore and "Lorna Doone"

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol. 35 (1903), pp. 239-250.

by

J.R. Chanter

Prepared by Michael Steer

The preface of Blackmore's famous book asserts that the work is a romance not a historical novel, since the author neither "dares, nor desires, to claim for it the dignity or cumber it with the difficulty of an historical novel." It combines elements of traditional romance, of Sir Walter Scott's historical novel tradition, of the pastoral tradition, of traditional Victorian values, and of the contemporary sensation novel trend. The basis for Blackmore's historical understanding is Macaulay's History of England and its analysis of the Monmouth rebellion. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Albany, Duke of 245
Argyle, Earl of 245
B  
Babb family 244
Babb, John 244
Babb, Ursula 244
Basset, Anne 241
Beaton family 249
Beaton, James 246, 248
Bisset, Mr M F 249
Blackmore, Anne 241-2
Blackmore, Betty 241
Blackmore, Elizabeth 241
Blackmore, Elizabeth (2) 241
Blackmore family 240
Blackmore, Henry John (later Turberville) 241-2
Blackmore, John 240-1
Blackmore, John (2) 241
Blackmore, John (3) 241
Blackmore, Rev John 241-2, 245
Blackmore, John, BA 241-2
Blackmore, Lucy 241
Blackmore, Margaret 240
Blackmore, Philpot 241
Blackmore, Richard 240-1
Blackmore, Richard (2) 241
Blackmore, Richard (3) 241
Blackmore, Richard (4) 241
Blackmore, Richard (5) 241
Blackmore, Rev Richard 241-2
Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, BA 239-40, 242, 245, 247, 249-50
Browne, Miss Ida Marie 245-6, 250
C  
Campbell, Mary (Argyle) 245, 247
Chanter, J R 245
Chanter's, the Miss 249
Charles I 240
Cook, Rev J 241
Cook, Philpot 241
Cook, R 241
Cowell, Dr & Mrs 244
Cumberland, Duke of 248
D  
Doone, Angus James 246
Doone, Audrie 245
Doone, Bruce 246-9
Doone, Carver (also Butcher) 248
Doone, Charles 246-7, 249
Doone, Charles (2) 246
Doone, Charles Ensor 247
Doone, Charles Stuart 246, 248
Doone, Sir Ensor 246-50
Doone, Ensor Stuart 247
Doone family 240, 243-6, 248
Doone, Hugh 246
Doone, Janet 246, 250
Doone, Lorna 239, 242, 244-5, 248-50
Doone, Margaret 246, 250
Doone, Mary 246, 250
Doone, Nigel 246, 249
Doone, Rowland McGregor 246-7, 249
Doone, Rupert 246-8
Doone, Rupert (2) 246
Doone, Stuart 246
Dovel, Elizabeth 241
Dovel, William 241
F  
Faggus, Tom 244
Fry, John 245
Fry, Ursula 244
G  
George III 243
Gerard, Thomas 243
Graham, Elizabeth 247
H  
Huntly, Lord 246
J  
Johnson, Richard 244
Johnson, Ursula 244, 248
K  
Kebby, Jasper 245
Knight, Anne Basset 241-2
Knight, Rev J 241
L  
Leite, Lucy Pinto 241
M  
McGregor, Margaret 246
Melldrum, Mother 244
Moray, Alexander, 4th Earl of 247
Mundy, Rev Matthew 244
N  
Norman, Aggie 244
Q  
Quartly, Betty 241
Quartly, Henry 241
R  
Rawle 239
Ridd, John (also Red) 245
S  
Scott, Sir Walter 239
Slader, Elizabeth 241
Slader, John 241
Snow family 245
Spurrier, Miss 244
Stuart, Charles 246
Stuart, Prince Charles Edward 247
Stuart, Elizabeth 246
Stuart, Ensor 246
Stuart, Ensor James 246
Stuart family 245
Stuart, James, Lord Doune 245-6
Stuart, James jnr 246
Stuart, James, Earl of Moray 246
Stuart, Mary 245
W  
Wade, Major 244
Wichehalse family 240, 244
Wichehalse, Hugh snr, Esq 240
Wichehalse, Hugh 240
Wichehalse, Margaret 240