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his life, 65-72 ; story of deer- Skelton, John, 193, 337.
stealing, 3, 67, 204, 304 ; his Smith, Adam, xxxv.
father “a butcher," 205 ; said Smith, Joseph, liii, lvi.
to have been a “schoolmaster,” Smith, Sir Thomas, 132.
205, 207 ; said to have “held Smith, William, 210.
horses," 164, 327 ; acted the Smith, William, “of Harlestone in
Ghost in Hamlet, 4, 206 ; acted Norfolk,” 317, 320.
in Sejanus, 68 ; story of dispute Somers, Sir George, 69, 314.
with Alleyn, 341; popularity Sophocles, 18, 40, 55, 176.
in eighteenth century, ix-xiii; Southern, John, 330.
adaptations of his plays, xii-xiii; Spanheim, 111.
his neglect of the dramatic Spectator, The, xi, 105, 307, 308,
rules, xiv-xxi, 10, 14, 16, 118, 309, 313, 319; Dennis's Letters
etc., 126, etc. ; his learning, to, xxxix, xl, 309.
xxi-xxvii, 2, 31-46, 52-55, Speght, Thomas, 335.
74-76, 135, etc., 162-215, Spence, Joseph, Anecdotes, 312,
249; eighteenth century edi- 322.
tions, xxvii-xxxi, 143, etc.; Spenser, Edmund, 6, 7, 68, 69,
his characters, xxxii-xxxviii, 48, 110, 140, 175, 183, 186, 314,
64, 116, 117,247; his power over 331, 335, 340.
the passions, 48 ; his sentiments, Stafford, William, 205, 340.
49; attention to prevailing taste, Stanyhurst, Richard, 183, 189.
49, 73, 103, 104 ; plays upon Steele, Richard, x, xl.
words, 13, 73, 125, 126, 267; Steevens, George, xxvii, xxxviii,
bombast, 45, 124; anachron- 313, 326, 340.
isms, 32, 56, 87, 124, 316 ; Strype, John, 204.
his magic, 14, 15, 252-254 ; Suckling, Sir John, 8, 167, 305,
the "original of our English 328.
tragical harmony,” 25, 140 ; Summers. See Somers.
spurious plays, 59, 308, 313; Surrey, Earl of, 183.
corruption of text, 51, 93, 248, Sylvester, Joshua. See Du Bartas.
343 ; sonnets neglected during
eighteenth century, 312 ; glos- Tacitus, 54.
sary, 83, 315, 317 ; compared Tarlton, Richard, 212, 345.
with Jonson, 77 : with Addi- Tatler, The, x, xi.
son, 134, 323 ; statue, 95, 318. Taylor, Edward, xxi.
“Shakespeare, William, ' Com- Taylor, John, the Water-Poet, 163,

pendious or Briefe Examination, 184, 208, 212, 326, 334, 344,
(1751), 204, 340.

345.
Sheares, William, 181.

Tempest (alteration by Dryden
Shelton, Thomas, 181.

and Davenant), 14.
Shiels, Robert, 335.

Terence, 11, 200, 201, 320, 338,
Shippen, Robert, liii.

339.
Shirley, James, xlv, 181, 182, Testament of Greseide, 186, 335.
333.

Thackeray, W. M., X.
Sidney, Sir Philip, xvi, 124, 183, Theobald, Lewis, Edition of Shake-
186.

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

xlvii, etc., 63-91 ; account of 186, 188, 193, 194, 200, 318,
his own edition, 80, etc.; atti- 322, 324, 331.
tude to the dramatic rules, xvii ; Urry, John, 335.
views on Shakespeare's learning,
xxiii, 74-76, 168, 314, 315; Vaughan, Sir John, 14, 307.
relations with Pope, xlii-xlvi ; Victor, Benjamin, 181, 333.
connection with Warburton,

with Warburton, Virgil, 30, 54, 105, 184, 188, 189,
xlv-1, 314-317; acknowledg- 335.
ment of Warburton's assistance, Voltaire, xx, 117, 131, 134, 221,
1, li ; debt to Warburton in 248, 249, 321, 323.
Preface, xlvii-1 ; criticised by
Warburton, 98-101 ; by John- Wagstaffe, William, 170, 329.
son, xxx, xliv, 145 ; by Farmer, Wake, Sir Isaac, 196, 338.
171, 187, 201, 209, 213 ; Cave Walkington, Thomas

, 337.
of Poverty, xlii ; essays in Censor, Waller, Edmund, 53, 310.
xi, xvii ; Richard 11., xviii, xxiv, Warburton, William, Edition of
xlii, 314, 330, 336; Shake- Shakespeare, xxix, liv-lix ; Pre-
speare Restored, xi, xxx, xlii- face, 96-111; opinion on
xliv, 314, 316, 327 ; Double Shakespeare's learning, xxiv, 168,
Falshood, xli, xlv, 179-181, 315; connection with Theo-
313; proposed Remarks on Shake bald, xxiii, xxiv, xxx, xlv, etc.,
speare, xlv; proposed Essay upon lv, lvi, 98-101 ; connection
Mr. Pope's Judgment, xlvi; Mis- with Hanmer, li, lvi, lvii, 98-
cellany on Taste, xlvi ; proposed 101; early attackson Pope,
edition of Poems, 83 ; proposed xlix, lv, lvi ; friendship with
Glossary, 83; edition of Beau-

Pope, lviii, 97, 98 ; references
mont and Fletcher,

320 ;

to Johnson, 101, 325; criti-
“a' babbled of green fields," cised by Johnson, 147-149 ;
xliii.

boy Farmer, 184, 190, 202,
Thirlby, Styan, 1.

208, 209, 213 ; by Morgann,
Thomson, James, 183.

248; letter to Concanen, xlviii,
Thornton, Bonnell, 339.

lv.
Tiptoft, John, Earl of Worcester, Warner, William, 200, 306,
337.

339.
Towers, William, 327.

Warton, Joseph, xix, xxxii, xxxiii,
Trapp, Joseph, xx.

325, 347
Tristram Shandy, 214.

Warton, Thomas, 205, 340.
Turberville, George, 178, 183, Water-Poet. See Taylor.
332.

Webb, Daniel, 185, 322, 335.
Two Noble Kinsmen, 54, 211.

Whalley, Peter, xxv, xxxii, 169,
Twyne, Lawrence, 183.

183, 184, 188, 197, 210, 314,
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, lx, 332, 329, 336, 340.
345.

Whately, Thomas, xxxvi.

Whetstone, George, 178, 332.
Udall, Nicholas, 201.

Whiston, William, 320.
Upton, John, xxiv, 149, 165, 167, White, James, lxiii.

169, 170, 171, 175, 177, 178, Whytinton, Robert, 194.

Windham, William, Diary of, 321. Worcester (or Botoner), William,
Winstanley, William, xxxviii, 202, 337, 339.
206, 341, 343.

Wordsworth, William, xxxv.
Wits, Fits, and Fancies, 207, 342.
Wood, Anthony, 205, 207, 340,

Yorkshire Tragedy, The, 181, 332.

See Shakespeare, spurious plays.
341.
Wooll, John, Memoirs of Joseph Young, Edward, 323, 328, 347.

Warton, 325.

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