"Editors' Note"

Brent E. Kinser and David R. Sorensen
1-6

"'The supreme comfort of your presence': The Letters of John Foster to Thomas Carlyle, Part I"

Transcribed and Annotated by Kenneth J. Fielding and David R. Sorensen
8-83

"William Fox Talbot and Thomas Carlyle: Connections"

Bernard Richards
85-108

"Microcosm, Macrocosm: Barbara Hardy, Wyndham Lewis, Mrs. Gaskell, and Nineteenth-Century Narrative"

Peter L. Caracciolo
109-122

"Carlyle, Burke, and Biography: Biographer-Worship and the Biographical in History"

Owen Dudley Edwards
123-143

"Jane Welsh Carlyle's Social Network and the Lexical Construction of 'Home'"

Travis Mullen and Rachel Mann
147-158

"'The best club of all': Thomas Carlyle at the Athenaeum, 1853-1872"

David R. Sorensen
159-182

"The London Library and the Intelligentsia of Victorian London"

Helen O'Neill
183-215

"The Reunification of the Gladstone Papers in London and Hawarden"

Louisa Yates, Gary Butler, and Brent E. Kinser
220-221

"Gladstone's Notebook"

Transcribed by Brent E. Kinser
223-250

"A Burning Question Answered"

Brent E. Kinser
253-259

"Carlyle and Admiral Nesham"

David R. Sorensen
259-262

"The Last Will and Testament of Stauros Dilberoglue"

David Southern
262-270

"A Rather Dodgy Scheme: William Allingham's Pension, 1865"

Brent E. Kinser
271-277

"Carlyleana at Auction"

David Southern
278-290

"Nero Comes to Agrippina"

David Southern
290-291

"'His humanity and cordiality as a tutor': Rembering C.S. Lewis"

Kenneth J. Fielding
291-297

"The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle"

Kathy Chamberlain
301-309

"The Cambridge Companion to John Ruskin"

Rachel Dickinson
311-322

"Contributors"

323-326