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i. 183

ii. 395

x Gerbert, i. 176

Horace, i. 26, 98, 100, 162,
Gildon, i. 152

163, 168, 282, 377; ii, 22,
Giotto, the disciple of Cimabue,

108, 266, 290, 305, 335

Hume, David, ii. 31, 66, 122, 158
Glover's “ Leonidas," i. 134; Hurd, Dr. i. 98, 109; ü. 32
Godeau, M. i. 88

J
Godstow Nunnery, lines on the
ruins of, i. 20

Jervas, the painter, ii. 385
Gravina, J. Vincentius, i. 129, Johnson, Dr. Samuel, i. 120,
369

146, 192, 195; ii. 113
“Grandison, Sir Charles,” i. 271 Jonson, Ben, i. 90, 93; ïi. 349
Gray, i. 30, 134, 355, 371; Juvenal, ii. 213

ii. 55, 174, 224, 349, 405
Greek language, introduction of

K
into Europe, i. 64
Grocyn, William, i. 64 Kennet's "edition of Vida,"i. 185
Guido, i. 83

Kent, William, ii. 175
Guy of Arezzo, i. 183 King, Archbishop, "Origin of

Evil,” ii. 58, 96, 121
H

King, Dr.of St. Mary Hall, ii. 140

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, ii. 387
Hall, Bishop, ii. 348

Knight's“Life of Erasmus,”i. 180
Hammond's Elegies," . 39 Kyrle, John, the Man of Ross,
Handel, i. 61
Harris, Jarnes, i. 117, 171 ; ii.

L
76, 82, 89, 339
Harte, Walter, ii. 149

Lamoni, Puccio, i. 203
Hawkesworth, Dr. i. 266

Language, iinpossibility of fixing,
Heemskirk, i. 118

i. 148
Hegemon, the author of Parodies, Lansdown, Lord, ii. 223

Lee, Nat. ii. 45..
Helvetius, i. 148

Legacy-hunters, ii. 321
Henault, President, i. 22 Leibnitz”. “ Theodicée,” ii. 58
Herbert, i. 85

Leo X. intimation of T. Warton's
Hercules, (the Farnesian,) i. 343 History of, i. 182
“ Hermippus Redivivus," i. 216 Lippi, Lorenzo, i. 202
Herodotus, i. 115

Livy, i. 115
Hervey, Lord, i. 293; ii. 250 Locke, i. 113, 16o; ii. 125, 271
Hill, Aaron, ii. 186

Longinus, i. 110, 170
Hobbes, i. 153 ; ii. 122, 272 Loris, William de, i. 337
Hogarth, i. 118

Lowth, Bishop, i. 13
Homer, i. 26, 120, 126, 127, Lucan, ii, 20

131, 187, 200, 276, 364; Lucretius, i. 50; ii. 22, 98, 100,
ii. 160, 366

112, 162, 328
Hooke, Nath. ii, 140

Lully, the musician, i. 61

Luther,

il. 170

ii. 373

128, 219

of, ii. 295

ii. 129

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Luther, ii. 126

Montague, Mrs. ii. 346
" Lutrin" of Boileau, i. 203 Montaigne, i. 162; i. 122,
Luxury, price of various articles

Montesquieu, i. 115, 293 ; čia
Lyttelton, Lord, ii. 248, 312 48, 103, 258, 313

Motte, La, i. 66 ; ii. 145
M

" Muscipula," i. 242
Machiavel, îi. 2

Mussaco, Albertino, i. 184
Maffei, Scipio, i. 184
Maguiron, Louis de, lines on, i. 286

N
Malebranche, i. 115; ii. 195
Malherbe, i. 66, 88; ii. 136, 325 New Forest, dispute on the histo-
Mallet, David, ii, 231, 331 ry of, i. 20, 21
Mandeville, ii. 193 .

Newton, Sir Isaac, ii, 125, 360
Manetius, Jannot, ii. 221
Mansfield, Earl of, ii. 329

O
Marcello, i. 132
Marino, i. 32

66 Ode to Summer," i. 143
Mariborough, Duke of, ii. 126, Odin's Hall, i. 353
305, 334

Ogilvy's Homer, i. 78
Marlborough, Duchess of, ii. 140 Orleans, Duke of, the Regent,
Marmontel, ii. 121
Mason, William, i. 67, 73; ii. 55 | Otway, ii. 45
Mazarine, Cardinal, ii. 126 Ovid, i. 23, 139, 282, 339; i. 25
Mead, Dr. ii. 316

Oxford, Earl of, ii. 348, 383
Medals, national, proposal for,

P
Melancthon, ii. 126, 263
Meleager, ii. 397

Painters seldom good poets, i. 1-50
Melisoni, the assumed name of Painting, progress of, in England,

Tassoni, i. 201
Menage, i. 87, 89

Parnell, Dr. i. 143; ii. 383
Metastasio, i. 65

Parodies, remarks on, ii. 373
Meun, John de, i. 297

Pascal, M, ii. 122
Middleton, Dr. ii. 253, 315

Patru, i. 189; ii. 393
Milton, i. 6, 25, 26, 35, 90, Perizonius, i. 169

101, 115, 149, 153, 173, Perrault, i. 125
176, 193; 253, 272, 274, Perrier, Du, i. 156
349; ii. 43, 110, 151, 166, Peterborough, Lord, ii. 176, 290

178, 202, 250, 347, 349 Petrarch, i. 64, 183, 332; 11.222
Minturnus, i. 187

Petre, Lord, i. 214
Moliere, i. 100, 145, 209; ii. 124 Petronius, i. 168
Monarchy, its eflects on genius, Phædrus, ii. 28

Phalereus, Demetrius, ii. 335
Montague, Lady Mary Wortley, Philips, Edward, i. 193
ji. 2.50, 292

Philips, Ambrose, ii. 234

Phillips,

ji. 203

ii. 388

i. 173

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Phillips, John, ii. 54
Pindar, i. 125, 370
Pitt, Christopher, i. 143, 186;

ži. 326
Plagiarism, remarks on, i. 86
Plato, i. 115
Pliny, i. 110
Poetry, pastoral, i. 3 ; what dis-

criminates poetry from history,
47; descriptive, 49; the ode,
62; resemblances not thefts,
86; scarcity of great poets,
108; epic poetry, 120; rhymes,
142; alexandrine verses, 143;

66 Art of Poetry” a com-
mon subject, 187; Boileau's
the best, 189; the English lan-
guage the least poetic of any,
197; origin of heroi-comic
poetry, 200 ; use of parodies,
231; poets ever enemies to su.
perstition and slavery, 239;
epic poems, 274 ; translations
of Latin and Greek poets, 285;
epistles, 292; history of poetry,
331 ; list of Roman poets un-
exceptionably excellent, ii. 28;
didactic and descriptive poetry,
54; remarks on antithesis, 145;
rhyme and blank verse, 149;
independent spirit of poets, 206;
remarks on the persons of vari-
ous poets, 221 ; list of poets
who wrote elegantly in Latin,

349
Poggius, ii. 5
Politian, ii. 54
Pope. Works criticised in this

Essay
Pastorals, i. 2
Messiah, 10
Windsor Forest, 19
Lyric Pieces, 50
Ode on Solitude, 76
The Dying Christian to

bis Soul, 84

Pope. Essay on Criticism, 97

Rape of the Lock, 200
Elegy on an Unfortunate

Lady, 245
Prologue to Cato, 253
Epilogue to Jane Shore,

267
Sappho to Phaon, 282
Eloisa to Abelard, 295
Temple of Fame, 33
January and May, ii. 4
Wife of Bath, 6
Translation of the First

Book of Statius, 20
Dryope and Pomona, 25
Imitations of Chaucer, 28

Spenser, 29
Waller, 36

Cowley, 39
Rochester, 46

Dorsel, 48

Swift, 49
Essay on Man, 54
Moral Essays in Five E.

pistles, 122
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot,

208
Satires and Epistles of Ho-

race, 265
Donne's Satires, 348
One Thousand Seven

Hundred and Thirty

Eight, 352
Dunciad, 365
Imitations of Horace and

Miscellanies, 379
Epitaphs, 396

Prose Works, 397
Pore. His first poetical efforts,

i. 77; Alcander, 80; profits
of the Iliad and Odyssey, 105;
preface to the Iliad, 111; at-
tachment to painting, 149; his
genius unfit for the epic, 274;
his translation of Homer, 400;
general character as a poet, 401

Prior, i. 301; ii. 5, 122, 240,406 Sallust, ii. 19, 351
Propertius, i. 282; ii. 28 Sanadon, i. 382
Pulteney, Earl of Bath, ii. 357 Sandy's Ovid, i. 79; ii. 38

Sappho, i. 286
Q

Sarassin, i, 144, 206
Queensbury, Duke and Duchess Satire, superiority of the moderns
of, ii. 246

in, i. 200
Quinault, i. 61

Schools, public, defended, ii. 375
Quintilian, i. 81, 110, 142, Secchia, La Rapita,” i. 201
169; ii. 168

Secker, Archbishop, ii. 356
Quixote, Don," Second Part, Seneca, the tragedian, ii. 20
i. 137 ; see Cervantes

Settle, Elkanah, ii. 41
R

Sevigné, Madame de, i. 229
Rabelais, ii. 6

Shaftesbury, Lord, i. 110, 123,
Racine, i. 74, 100, 107, 120,

135, 171 ; ii. 58, 97, 198,

242, 291
:51, 152, 154, 157, 197,

Shakespeare, i. 101, 119, 222,
259, 260; ii. 55, 246, 263
Raffaele, i. 101 ; ii. 387

272, 380
Rameau's “ Dissertation," i. 111

Shenstone, ii. 35.
Ramsay, And. M. ii. 117

Shrewsbury, Duke of, ii. 348
Rapin, i. 116; ii. 54

Silhouete, M. de, ij. 121
Republican government

, its effects Somers, Lord, ii. 34
on genius, i. 173

Somerville, i. 19, 243; ii. 55
Resnel, M. de, ii. 121

Sophocles, i. 70, 71, 120, 164,
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, i. 251, 389

248; i. 24, 162
Richardson, Jonathan, i, 252

Southerne, i. 255; ii. 394
Samuel, ii. 122

Spence, Dr. Joseph, i. 147; i.
Riches, on the use and abuse of, 174, 232

Spenser, i. 5, 25, 80, 101 ; ï.
Richlieu, Cardinal, ii. 126, 133

13, 29, 38, 167, 178, 382
Rochefoucault, i. 162; ii. 122, Sperone, i. 188

Splendid Shilling," i. 242
124
Rochester, Earl of, i. 153; ü. 46 Spratt

, Bishop, i. 154; ii. 110
“ Romance of the Rose,” i: 297 Stanley, Thomas, i. 117

Stanhope, Dean, ii. 129
Romances, French, i, 278; ori-

gin of, ii, 2
Rosa, Salvator, i. 150

Statius, ii. 20
Roscommon, i, 85, 192

Steele, Sir Richard, i. 84
Rousseau, J. Baptist, i. 66

Stow Gardens, ii. 182
J. Jaques, i. 305

Suckling, Sir John, ii. 45

Swift, i. 236; ii. 49, 199, 223,
Rowe, Nich. i. 268
Rubens, i. 111

242, 307, 331, 339, 379,

392, 400
S

T
Sachetti, ii. 2

Tacitus, i. 115; ii. 126, 131, 164
Sage, Le, M. i, 137, 211 T'asso, Bernardo, i, 188; ii. 33

ii. 152

Mr. i. 335

Tasso,

Tasso, Torquato, i. 77, 188, Voiture, i. 144; ii. 389
368; ii. 178

Voltaire, i. 21, 66, 120, 131,
Tassoni, Alessandro, i. 201 141, 196, 260, 366; ii. 145,
Tate, Nahum, ii. 235

157, 167, 346, 347, 397
Temple, Sir William, i. 108
Tempo, M. A, di, i. 333

U
Teniers, i. 118
Terence, i. 118; ii. 22

Ugolino, story of, i. 250
Theobald, Lewis, ii. 228, 365
Theocritus, i. 3, 6, 7, 9, 44, 139

W
Thomassin, i. 116
Thomson, i. 12, 40, 49, 134, | Waller, i. 10, 144, 147; ii. 36,

143, 147, 348, 391; ii. 35, 362
100, 180, 187

Walpole, Horace, ii, 175
Tibbald, see Theobald

Sir Robert, ii. 353,
Tibullus, i. 47; ii. 22

383
Tickle, Thomas, ii. 204

Walsh, William, i. 195
Tindal, Dr. ij. 333

Warburton, Bishop, i. 133, 277;
Titian, i. 49, 118

ii. 121, 169, 181, 386
Trapp, Jos. “ Verses on Virgil's Wedren fel's " De Meteoris Ora-
Tomb," i. 262

tionis," ii. 21
Trissino, i. 187

West, Gilbert, i. 67, 143, 357
Tully, see Cicero

Wharton, Duke of, ii. 132
Tyrwhit, Thomas, ii. 292, 320, Whitby, Dr. ii. 125
386

William the Conqueror, i. 21
V

Wormius, Olaus, i. 357

Wyat, Sir Thomas, ii. 349
Vanburgh, ii. 393

Wycherley, i. 154 ; ii. 124
Vasari, i. 111

Wyndham, Sir William, ii. 394
Vega, Lopez de, i. 76; ii. 243
Vermander, Charles, i. 150

X
Vida, i. 89, 185, 227 ; ii. 54
Villars, Abbé, i. 215

Xenophon, ii. 164
Villon, Francis, i. 338
Vinci, Leonardo da, i. 111

Y
Virgil, i. 6, 9, 11, 26, 33, 49,

53, 56, 96, 100, 107, 187, Young, Dr. i. 134, 148; i.
388 ; ii. 22, 163

213, 240, 396.

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