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Index of Balgarnie's Salt with commentary and additions
by Barlo & Shaw


ADAMS-ACTON, Mr. John, sculptor, 184, 215.
AIREDALE COLLEGE, 227.
AKROYD, James & Son, Ltd., 118,129.
ALDERSON, Christopher, Rev., 5.
ALPACA, 168,
environment, 51-52.
ALPACA WOOL, 50-57, 119.
AMERICA, 78, 265.
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, effects on cotton, 51.
ANGORA, 119.
ANGORA GOAT, 119, 123.
BAINES, Edward, M.P. for Leeds, 146, 337.
BALGARNIE, Robert., Rev.,
Correspond. with Salt, 149,
Salt funeral address, 246,
Biography, App. 1.
BANKS, George, candidate, Bradford Election 1832, 67.
BAPTISTS, in Saltaire, 112.
BATLEY, 6, 189, Church, 10, School, 14.
BELL BUSK, Herbert Salt, farming, 293,299.
BELL BUSK, Workers’ outing, 78.
‘BIBLE WOMEN’, 204-205.
BINNEY, Thomas, Rev.,
191-193, 203.
BLAIZE, Bishop, Septennial Festival of, 41-42.
BOLTON HOUSE ESTATE, 85.
BRADFORD,
Origin of word, 28.
BRADFORD,
British Assn. for Pro¬m. of Social Science congress 138.
Chamber of Commerce, 89.
Chartist Movement, 74. Cholera, 77.
Choral Society, 77.
Congregational Union assembly, 138-139, at Salt funeral, 237.
Exchange Buildings, 31, 74-76.
Grammar School, 206, history and development of, 28-29.
Infirmary, 186.
Lister Park, 86.
Manor Row, 288.
Mayor, 69.
Parliament: candidates,
(1859) 131.
Peel Park, 85-86, 219.
Political history, 69-79.
Population, 29, 56, 76, 88, 257, 262.
Reform Bill, 66, 131, 132.
St. Georges Hall, 76, 98, 102, 124, 130.
Salt, elected M.P., 137.
Salt, work in Bfd., 25-35.
‘Salt Statue’, 212-220.
Town Hall, 215, 235, 237.
Town Mission, 204, 208.
Tradesmen’s Homes, App. 5.
Unemployment, 74-76.
‘BRADFORD OBSERVER’, comments on Salt’s Mayoralty, 79.
Editor, see BYLES, William
BRICK LANE MILL, bought by Salt, 46.
BROWN, Henry, App. 4.
BROWN ROYD, 187.
BYLES, William, 68, 69, 89, App. 4.
CAMPBELL, Rev., Dr., Salt funeral address, 239-241.
CASTLEFORD, Congregational Church, 154.
CAVENDISH, Lord Frederick, (M.P.), and unveiling of Salt Statue, 219.
CHOLERA, 77.
CLOUGH, Thomas, Rev., 10, 13.
COLE, Henry, C.B., correspondence with Sir Titus, 169-170.
CONGREGATIONALISTS,
in Bradford, App. 4.
in Saltaire, 112.
In Scarborough, App. 1.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Salt’s business connections, 119-120.
CORLISS PRINCIPLE, in Engineering, 104.
CORN LAW LEAGUE, 73.
CORN LAWS, 66-67.
COTTON FAMINE, in Lanca¬shire, 51.
COWAN, D.R., Rev., at funeral, 239.
CRAVEN POET, see
STOREY, Robert.
CROFTON, 18-25.
CROSSLEY, Francis, Sir, 78, 139.
CROSSLEY, John, (M.P.), 160, 219, 222, and unveiling of Salt Statue, 219.
CROW NEST,
description, 182-184, Imperial Bible presented to Sir Titus, 143-144.
Salt family moves to Crow Nest, 81-82.
Salt family moves from Crow Nest, 141-142.
Salt family returns to Crow Nest, 181-182.
App. 3.
DARGAN, Mr., 116-118.
DERBY, Earl of, Collection of alpacas sold to Salt, 51.
DERBY, Lord, (P.M.), 131, 132, 136.
DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, 216,
and unveiling of Salt Statue, 217.
DEWSBURY, 38, Salt business in Dewsbury, 38-39.
DICKENS, Charles, 52, relates story of Salts discovery of
Alpaca in Household Words.
DIXON’S MILL, 104, site of Salt’s Factory, Saltaire, App. 7.
DONSKOI WOOL, 45, 46, 50, 54, 119.
‘DRINK AND LUST ARE AT
THE BOTTOM OF IT ALL’, Salt on Crime, 174.
EASTBOROUGH CHURCH, Scarborough, attended by Salt, 160.
EDUCATION ACT, (1870), 107.
ELLIS, Joe,
childhood friend of Salt, 14.
ELLIS, Mrs., cares for Salt
children, 13.
EPISCOPALIANS, in Saltaire, 112.
EXCHANGE BUILDINGS,
Bradford, 32, 74, Statues, 73-74.
FAIRBAIRN, William, Sir, Engin¬eer, 90, 93, 104, 116-118, 165, Descrip¬tion of mill site at Saltaire, 90, App. 7.
FARNLEY WOOD PLOT, 9.
FAWCETT COURT MILL,
run by Salt, 46.
FERNIEHURST, resi¬dence of Edward Salt, 89-90, App.3.
FISON, Messrs., 46.
‘FOOZLE, C.W. & F., & Co.’, - C. Dickens’ Household
Words, 52.
FORBES, Henry, 40-42, 57, 91,
102, App. 4.
Alderman, 70.
Speech at Mayoral election of Salt, 71-72.
Subscription to Peel Park,
85.
FORSTER, W.E., 73, 207-208. M.P. for Bradford, 153.
‘FOUNDERS DAY’,
Birthday of Salt, 20th Sept, 7, kept by Orphans’ House, Hull, 159.
FRENCH, Mr., worker in Salt’s Mill, 100.
GARNETT, James, as Sunday School superintendent, 31-32,
App. 4.
GARRAWAY’S COFFEE ROOMS, 55.
GETTYSBURG, 266.
GLADSTONE, William E., 74, 146, 215, letter to Salt confirming baronetcy, 188.
App. 6.
GLYDE, Jonathan, Rev., 82, 139,
App. 4.
GLYDE, William Evans, 168,
App. 4.
GREAT EXHIBITION,
LONDON, (1851), 93, 168.
Building considered for weaving shed at Saltaire Mills, 93.
GREEN AND TWIBILL
ECONOMISERS, used in engineering at Salts Mill, 104.
GRIMSBY, home town of Caroline Whitham (Lady Salt), 44, 47.
GUTHRIE, Thomas, Rev., 191-193.
HALIFAX, 18, 38, 55, 78, 222.
Crossley Orphanage, 193, 239, Haley Hill, 129,
Yorkshire Congregational Union, 226.
HALL, Newman, Rev., Dr., 162-
163, App. 1, at opening of Scar¬borough Congregational Church, 162, at Lightcliffe Congregational Church, 191, in London, 201.
HAMMOND, James, taught Salt wool sorting, 29.
HAMMOND, John, 29, 31, 53, partnership with Sir Titus, 55.
HAREWOOD, Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding, 94, 99.
HARRIS, Alfred, Con¬servative opponent of Salt, Bradford, 1859, 132.
HARRISON, Enoch, Headmaster of Salem Chapel School, Wakefield, attended by Salt, 20-21.
HARROGATE, visited by Salt in illness, April, 1876, 227.
Death of Henry Wright, 305
Inter. of Amelia’s ashes, 309.
HEGAN & Co., Liverpool, sold Alpaca to Salt, 1836, 52.
HEILMANN’S PATENT, Machine used in Salt’s works, 118.
HOLLINGS’ MILL, owned by Salt, 46.
HORSFALL’S MILL, scene of riots, 33.
HORTON LANE
CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, 32, 41, 57, 82, App. 4.
HORTON LANE SUNDAY
SCHOOL, Salt as Sunday School teacher, 32.
HOUSE OF COMMONS, Salt as M.P., 146, App. 6..
‘HOUSEHOLD WORDS’,
C. Dickens’ description of Salt’s discovery of alpaca, 52, 53.
HULL, 158, Sailors’ Orphanage, 156, 158, 208, 237, 239, App. 5.
HUNSLET, 7, Salt residence in, 5-6.
ILKLEY, Convalescent Home, Salt’s gift to, 187.
‘ILLUSTRATED NEWS’, 1st Oct, 1853, report on opening of Saltaire Mills, 98.
JACKSON, Mr., of Wakefield, Salt in employment with, 1820, 24.
JOINT STOCK COMPANY,
Issue for Salt’s Mill, 168, adoption of status, 300.
KNIGHT, J.P., R.A., Painting of Salt’s portrait, 1871, 197.
KNOLL, THE, residence of Charles Stead, 89, 142.
KNOWLES, George, architect, bought site of Saltaire Mill for Salt, 91.
LANCASTER, donation to Lunatic Asylum by Sir Titus, 186, 208.
LEEDS 5, 6, 66, 93, 174, 230.
LEEDS / LIVERPOOL CANAL, 104, App. 7.
LIBERALS, 67, 73, 131, 207.
LIGHTCLIFFE, 82, 83, 156, Amelia Salt’s marriage,
203. Congregational Church,
191, 247, erection of
Congregational Church, 191, Episcopalian Church, 156.
LISTER, Ellis C., settles in Manningham, 66-67.
LISTER, George Thompson, joke of the Muses and Graces, 320.
LISTER PARK, 86.
LISTER, Samuel C., perfects Heilmann’s machine, 118.
LIVERPOOL, Salt buys alpaca, 1836, 52, 54, Public Wool Sales, 31.
LOCKWOOD, H.F., 93, 94, 105, 117, 118, 143, 147, App. 7.
bar¬gains with Sir Titus over Salt¬aire, 91-92. Speech given at Sir Titus’ stand for M.P., 134-135.
LOCKWOOD and MAWSON, Architects, 91, 215, Apps. 4, 7.
LONDON, 31, 155, 158, 201-203, 218, 228.
Broadoak, App. 3.
Christ Church, 201.
Clapham, 296-298, 302,305,308.
Fenton’s Hotel, 146, 291, 330.
Great Exhibition, 93.
Kensington, 200, 203, 228, 295, 305, 308, App.6.
Memorial Hall, 159.
Metropolitan Taber¬nacle, 201.
Missionary Society, 253, 256, 274.
Nelson Monument, 106.
Reform Club, 329.
Royal Albert Hall, 200, 323.
Thomas’s Hotel, 201.
Trafalgar Square, 106. Westminster Chapel, 146, 201.
MALHAM, Salt’s summer residence, 78.
MAPLEWELL, 228
MAWSON, W., 91, 215, App. 6.
MECHANICS INSTITUTE, Brad¬ford, 42, 76, 163, 237.
MELLOR, Rev., Dr., 162, 257, 264.
METHLEY, 22, 147, 149, 151-
156, 162-166, 181, 182,
Parish Church, 155. Sir Titus
takes up residence in, 143, 144, App. 3.
METHODISTS, in Saltaire, 112
MEXBOROUGH, Earls of,
Owners of Meth¬ley Park,
142, 155, 164, 182.
MIALL, J.G., Rev., M.P., 58,
207.
MIDLAND RAILWAY,
at Saltaire, 103, 104,
at Methley, 144.
MILLIGAN, Robert, 40, 59, 337, App. 4.
Mayor of Bradford, 70,
re¬turned as M.P., 86,
nominates Salt for Parliament, 1859, 135,
subscrip¬tion to Peel Park, 85.
MILLS, Brick Lane, 46, Dixon’s, 104, Fawcett Court, 46, Holl¬ings’, 46, Horsfall’s, 33, Salt¬aire, 91, 93, 103-105, Machinery used in, 118, Thompsons, 46, Union St., 46.
New Lanark, 336-337.
MILNER FIELD, residence of T. Salt, Jr., 90.
MILNES, T., sculptor, 106, 125, 175.
MOFFAT, Robert, missionary,
187, 188.
MOHAIR, 119-120, 168.
MORLEY, historical survey, 7-9,
Old Manor House, 6-13, Rehoboth Cha¬pel, 13, St.
Mary-in-the-Wood, 7, 8.
St. Nicholas, 9, Situation, 7, Town school, 14.
MORLEY OLD NEW CHAPEL, 10, 13, 17.
MORLEY, Samuel, M.P., 160, 187, and unveiling of Salt statue, 217-218.
NELSON MONUMENT,
Saltaire Lions originally inten¬ded for, 107.
NICHOLS, Mrs., Dame, school attended by Salt, 14.
NONCONFORMIST, 7, 107, 111, 155, 258, 306, App. 4.
OLD MANOR HOUSE, Morley, 6-13, 17.
OUTRAM, Mr., and alpaca wool, 55.
OWEN, Robert, 336-337.
‘PALACE OF INDUSTRY’, name given to Saltaire Mill, 93, 126.
PALMERSTON, Lord, 74, 146, 199.
PARIS, Exhibi¬tion, 1867, 168, 183, 204, Saltaire Medical Report sub¬mitted, 171-174.
PARSONS, James, Rev., opening Castleford Con¬gregational Church, 155, death of, 239.
‘PASTORS RETIRING FUND’, aided by Salt, 205.
PEEL PARK, Bradford, 85-86, 219.
‘THE PEERAGE OF INDUS¬TRY’ - R. Storey, Poem in honour of Salt, 101-102.
QUAKER, 1, 73, 130, 167, App. 4.
‘QUID NON DEO JUVANTE?’, 2, 123.
RAND, William, at riot, 34,
elected Mayor, 320-321.
REED, Chas., Sir, presides at laying of foundation stone of Saltaire Congregational Sunday schools, 221.
REFORM BILL, 66, and Sir Titus, 131-133, 136.
REFORM REGISTRATION SOCIETY, Salt’s connection, 132, 136.
RHIND, Samuel, 173, and Medi¬cal Report on Saltaire, 171-173.
RIPLEY, Edward, elected alderman, 70, App. 4.
RIPLEY, Henry William, Sir, M.P., App. 4, at school, 89,
election to Parliament, 208, entertains P.M., 199,
unseating from Parliament, 73, 207,
at un¬veiling of Salt statue, 219.
ROMAN CATHOLICS, in Saltaire, 112.
ROSSE, Lady, owned part of Saltaire land, 91.
ROUSE and SON, Messrs., Salt em¬ployed by them, 1822, 29-31, 46, 55, 190.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL, Salt’s Box, 200.
ROYAL YORKSHIRE JUBILEE
301.
ST. GEORGE’S HALL, Bradford, 76, 77, 85, 98, 102, 124, 130, 132.
SALEM CHAPEL, Wakefield, 19, 57, 58, opened, 58.
SALT, Ada, daughter of Salt, 83, App. 3.
SALT, Amelia, daughter of Salt, 59, 150, 202-204, App. 3.
SALT, Caroline, nee Whitlam,
wife of Sir Titus, 44, 47, 162, 222, 227, 231, 236, 263, App. 3.
SALT, Daniel, father of Salt, 6, 7, succeeds father in business, 6, Leeds business closed, 6, marriage, move to Morley, 6, moves from Morley, 17, at Crofton, 18, moves to Bradford, 25, woolstap¬ling business at Bermondsey, 29, ‘Daniel Salt and Son’, 37, 43, 46, dies, 58.
SALT, Edward, son, 89, 196, App. 3.
SALT, Fanny, daughter, 59, iII-health and death, 150-152, App. 3.
SALT, George, son, 59, 176, 222, App. 3.
SALT, Gordon, son of Titus Jr., 221.
SALT, Grace, mother of Salt,
6, 57, and Salem Chapel, 58,
ill-health, 13, dies, 58.
SALT, Hannah, sister of Salt,
13.
SALT, Harold Crossley, son of
Titus, Jr., 221, 222.
SALT, Helen, daughter, 83, App. 3.
SALT, Herbert, son, 59, App. 3.
SALT, Isaac Smithies, brother of Salt, 13.
SALT, Mary, daughter, 83, App. 3.
SALT, Sarah, nee Taylor, grand¬mother of Salt, 6.
SALT, Sarah, Salt’s sister, 13,
21.
SALT, Titus, uncle of Salt, 6.
SALT, Titus, Sir,
born, 7,
baptized, 10,
married, 47,
death, 233.
funeral, 236-247.
Alderman, 70,
Baronetcy, 188-189,
Deputy-lieutenant, 70,
Head Constable, 68,
Legion of Honour, 168-174,
Magistrate, 70.
Mayor of Brad¬ford, 71,
Member of Parlia¬ment, 132-137,
Sunday School teacher, 32,
will, Apps. 3, 5.
SALT, Titus, (Jr.) son, 176,
222, and opening of Institute,
176-177, App. 3.
SALT, Whitlam, son, 83, App. 3.
SALT, William Henry, son, 59, 97, App. 3.
SALT SCHOLARSHIPS, 178.
SALT SCHOOLS, 178.
SALT STATUE, 212-220.
SALTAIRE, Burmese visit, 199,
Japanese visit, 199.
SALTAIRE, Origin of name, 93.
‘SALTAIRE AND ITS
FOUNDER’, (Holroyd, A.), 3, 197.
SALTAIRE CLUB AND INSTI¬TUTE, 174-179, 197.
SALTAIRE ESTATE, 90, 142.
‘SALTAIRE LIFEBOAT’, 207.
SALTAIRE MILL, 91, 92, description, 102-105.
SALTAIRE SUNDAY SCHOOL,
32, 220.
SCARBOROUGH, 51, 147, 150, 156-157, 160-163, 185, 221, 230, 231, 248, App. 1.
SEDGWICK, J., Rev., baptized and taught Salt, 10, 14.
SHEFFIELD, original home of
Salt family in Yorkshire, 5.
SHIPLEY, 28, 89, 91, 112, 178,
238, 239.
‘SHIPLEY AND SALTAIRE
TIMES’, office in Victoria Road, 106.
SIMON, Henry, Rev., Minister of Castleford Congregational Church, 155.
SMITH, Samuel, App. 4.
SMITHIES, Robert, Salt’s uncle, 25.
SOUTH CLIFF CHURCH, Scar¬borough, 201, 326, App. 1.
SOUTH KENSINGTON
SCIENCE AND ART
DEPARTMENT, connection with Institute, Saltaire, 176.
STAFFORDSHIRE, Salt fam¬ily origins, 5.
STANSFIELD, W.C., original owner of site on which Saltaire Mill stands, 90.
STEAD, Charles, member of Salt’s firm, 89, 142, 199.
STEVENSON, E. H., marries Ada Salt, App. 3.
STOREY, Robert, ‘The Craven Poet’, 101. Poem: The
Peerage of Industry, 101-102.
STRIKES, Woolcombers, 1825, 33, Salt’s Mill, 35.
SWEDENBORGIANS, in Saltaire, 112.
TAXES, on Knowledge, 67, 137, App. 6.
TAYLOR, Helen, Founder of Bradford Bible Women, 204.
TAYLOR, Sarah, Salts grand¬mother see SALT, Sarah.
TAYLOR, Thomas, Rev., Horton Lane Chapel, 31, 82, App. 4..
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, 237, 252, 271.
TEN HOURS BILL, Salt’s position, 137. See also 294.
THOMPSON, P. Major General, M.P. for Bradford, 73, 86, 132, 135.
THOMPSON’S MILL, owned by Salt, 46.
THOMSON, J., Rev., 191, 203, 239, and funeral address,
241-246.
‘TIMES, The’, 35, 235.
TRACT SOCIETY, Salt’s support of, 208.
TUNBRIDGE WELLS, App. 3.
TURKEY, Salt’s influence in, 120.
UNION ST. MILL, bought by Salt, 46.
UTRECHT VELVET, made from Mohair, 119.
VICKERMAN, Mr., 212, and
unveiling of Salt Statue, 216. VICTORIA HALL, Saltaire, 175.
VICTORIA, QUEEN, 70, 77, 188,
301.
VICTORIA ROAD, Saltaire,
106, 113, 175, 221, App. 7.
WAKEFIELD, 7, 18, 21, 24, 25,
88, 142, Grammar School,
22, Salem Chapel, 19, 20, Zion Chapel, 20.
WALTON, William, 55.
WESLEYANS, in Saltaire, 112.
‘WHAT NOT BY THE HELP OF
GOD?’, 2, 123.
WHITLAM, Amelia, Salt’s sister-in-law, 44.
WHITLAM, Caroline, Salt’s wife. See SALT, Caroline.
WHITLAM, Lucy, Salt’s sister-in-law, 44.
WHITLAM, Mr., Salt’s father-in-law, 44.
WICKHAM, Mr., M.P. for Bradford 1852, 1859, 86, 131, 132, 137, App. 6.
WILSON, Henry W., Sir, 18. WILSON, S., delivers speech to
Sir Titus at holiday feast,
125-127.
WINE, 93, 98.
WOOL, see ALPACA WOOL, MOHAIR, DONSKOI WOOL
WOOLCOMBERS’ STRIKE,
33.
WORSTED GOODS, description, 43.
WRIGHT, Amelia, Salt’s daughter, see SALT, Amelia.
WRIGHT, H., J.P., 202, 204, 222, marries Amelia Salt, 203, App. 3.
YORKSHIRE
CONGREGATIONAL UNION, 271, 272, Salt’s gifts to, 226.

   

 
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