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his life, 65-72 ; story of deer-
stealing, 3, 67, 204, 304 ; his
father “a butcher,” 205 ; said
to have been a “schoolmaster,"
205, 207 ; said to have “held
horses," 164, 327 ; acted the
Ghost in Hamlet, 4, 206 ; acted
in Sejanus, 68 ; story of dispute
with Alleyn, 341 ; popularity
in eighteenth century, ix-xiii ;
adaptations of his plays, xii-xiii;
his neglect of the dramatic
rules, xiv-xxi, 10, 14, 16, 118,
etc., 126, etc. ; his learning,
xxi-xxvii, 2, 31-46, 52-55,
74-76, 135, etc., 162-215,
249 ; eighteenth century edi.
tions, xxvii-xxxi, 143, etc.;
his characters, xxxii-xxxviii, 48,
64, 116, 117,247; his power over
the passions, 48 ; his sentiments,
49; attention to prevailing taste,
49, 73, 103, 104 ; plays upon
words, 13, 73, 125, 126, 267;
bombast, 45, 124 ; anachron-
isms, 32, 56, 87, 124, 316;
his ‘magic,' 14, 15, 252-254 ;
the “original of our English
tragical harmony," 25, 140 ;
spurious plays, 59, 308, 313;
corruption of text, 51, 93, 248,
343 ; sonnets neglected during
eighteenth century, 312 ; glos-
sary, 83, 315, 317 ; compared
with Jonson, 77 : with Addi-

son, 134, 323 ; statue, 95, 318.
“Shakespeare, William," Com-

pendious or Briefe Examination,

(1751), 204, 340.
Sheares, William, 181.
Shelton, Thomas, 181.
Shiels, Robert, 335.
Shippen, Robert, liii.
Shirley, James, xlv, 181, 182,

333.
Sidney, Sir Philip, xvi, 124, 183,

186.

Skelton, John, 193, 337.
Smith, Adam, xxxv.
Smith, Joseph, liii, lvi.
Smith, Sir Thomas, 132.
Smith, William, 210.
Smith, William, “of Harlestone in

Norfolk,” 317, 320.
Somers, Sir George, 69, 314.
Sophocles, 18, 40, 55, 176.
Southern, John, 330.
Spanheim, 111.
Spectator, The, xi, 105, 307, 308,

309, 313, 319; Dennis's Letters

to, xxxix, xl, 309.
Speght, Thomas, 335.
Spence, Joseph, Anecdotes, 312,

322.
Spenser, Edmund, 6, 7, 68, 69,

110, 140, 175, 183, 186, 314,

331, 335, 340.
Stafford, William, 205, 340.
Stanyhurst, Richard, 183, 189.
Steele, Richard, x, xl.
Steevens, George, xxvii, xxxviii,

313, 326, 340.
Strype, John, 204.
Suckling, Sir John, 8, 167, 305,

328.
Summers. See Somers.
Surrey, Earl of, 183.
Sylvester, Joshua. See Du Bartas.

Tacitus, 54.
Tarlton, Richard, 212, 345.
Tatler, The, x, xi.
Taylor, Edward, xxi.
Taylor, John, the Water-Poet, 163,

184, 208, 212, 326, 334, 344,

345.
Tempest (alteration by Dryden

and Davenant), 14.
Terence, 11, 200, 201, 320, 338,

339.
Testament of Creseide, 186, 335.
Thackeray, W. M., x.
Theobald, Lewis, Edition of Shake-

speare, xxix, xxx, xli-li; Preface,

186, 188, 193, 194, 200, 318,

322, 324, 331.
Urry, John, 335.

Vaughan, Sir John, 14, 307.
Victor, Benjamin, 181, 333.
Virgil, 30, 54, 105, 184, 188, 189,

335.
Voltaire, xx, 117, 131, 134, 221,

248, 249, 321, 323.

xlvii, etc., 63-91 ; account of
his own edition, 80, etc.; atti-
tude to the dramatic rules, xvii;
views on Shakespeare's learning,
xxiii, 74-76, 168, 314, 315;
relations with Pope, xlii-xlvi;
connection with Warburton,
xlv-1, 314-317 ; acknowledg-
ment of Warburton's assistance,
1, li ; debt to Warburton in
Preface, xlvii-l; criticised by
Warburton, 98-101 ; by John-
son, xxx, xliv, 145 ; by Farmer,
171, 187, 201, 209, 213; Cave
of Poverty, xlii ; essays in Censor,
xi, xvii, Richard II., xviii, xxiv,
xlii, 314, 330, 336; Shake-
speare Restored, xi, xxx, xlii-
xliv, 314, 316, 327 ; Double
Falshood, xli, xlv, 179-181,
313 ; proposed Remarks on Shake-
speare, xlv; proposed Essay upon
Mr. Pope's Judgment, xlvi ; Mis-
cellany on Taste, xlvi ; proposed
edition of Poems, 83 ; proposed
Glossary, 83 ; edition of Beau-
mont and Fletcher, 320 ;
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Thirlby, Styan, 1.
Thomson, James, 183.
Thornton, Bonnell, 339.
Tiptoft, John, Earl of Worcester,

337.
Towers, William, 327.
Trapp, Joseph, xx.
Tristram Shandy, 214.
Turberville, George, 178, 183,

332.
Two Noble Kinsmen, 54, 211.
Twyne, Lawrence, 183.
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Ix, 332,

345.
Udall, Nicholas, 201.
Upton, John, xxiv, 149, 165, 167,

169, 170, 171, 175, 177, 178,

Wagstaffe, William, 170, 329.
Wake, Sir Isaac, 196, 338.
Walkington, Thomas, 337.
Waller, Edmund, 53, 310.
Warburton, William, Edition of

Shakespeare, xxix, liv-lix; Pre-
face, 96-111; opinion on
Shakespeare's learning, xxiv, 168,
315; connection with Theo-
bald, xxiii, xxiv, xxx, xlv, etc.,
lv, lvi, 98-101; connection
with Hanmer, li, lvi, lvii, 98-
101; early attacks on Pope,
xlix, lv, lvi ; friendship with
Pope, lviii, 97, 98 ; references
to Johnson, 101, 325; criti-
cised by Johnson, 147-149 ;
boy Farmer, 184, 190, 202,
208, 209, 213 ; by Morgann,
248; letter to Concanen, xlviii,

lv.
Warner, William, 200, 306,

339.
Warton, Joseph, xix, xxxii, xxxiii,

325, 347
Warton, Thomas, 205, 340.
Water-Poet. See Taylor,
Webb, Daniel, 185, 322, 335.
Whalley, Peter, xxv, xxxii, 169,

183, 184, 188, 197, 210, 314,

329, 336, 340.
Whately, Thomas, xxxvi.
Whetstone, George, 178, 332.
Whiston, William, 320.
White, James, lxiii.
Whytinton, Robert, 194.

358

william. Diary of, 321.

Windham, William, Diary of 2
Winstanley, William, xxxviii,

206, 341, 343.
Wits, Fits, and Fancies, 207, 342.

Worcester (or Botoner), William,

202, 337, 339.
Wordsworth, William, xxxv,

i

Anthony, 205, 207, 340,

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Yorkshire Tragedy, The, 181, 332.

See Shakespeare, spurious plays.
Young, Edward, 323, 328, 347.

341 lohn, Memoirs of Joseph
Warton, 325.

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