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frequently, i. 293 ; v. early formed, 251; v. ii. 20; Smith and Duckett, 20, 23; letters to

not always musical,' 284; v., smoothness of, Duckett, 23.
251, 293, iii. 232 ; Vipers and treacle,' WALMESLEY, Miss, iii. IOI n. 2.
i. 285; Virgil, repeated lines of, 276; water- WALPOLE, Horace, Academies for refining
drinker, 272; wealth, 249, 252, 278, 282; language, i. 232 n. 6; Addison's character of
Wharton, ‘Lady Anne, iii. 367; widower, Somers, ii. 85 n. I; A.'s poetry, 127 n. I;
yoang, i. 252, 279 n. 4; wife, rich, 252, 278, A.'s Remarks on Italy, 87 n. 1; A.'s Rosa-
279; wit, famed for, 272, 273, 277, 279; witty mond, 131 1. 5; Akenside's Odes, iii. 420
replies to Charles II, 271;w.r.to James II, 275; n. 2; Beaufort, Dukes of, ii. 299 n. 7; Bio-
w.r. to‘Sacharissa' when old, 253; w. saying graphia Britannica, i. 146 n. 4; Blount,
on Charles II and Duke of York, 273; would Martha, iii. 375; Bolingbroke and Lyttelton,
blot any line not containing motive to virtue, 449 n. 2; Bower, 459; Buckingham, Dryden,
283; zenith of his genius, 290 ; quota- and Pope, i. 368 n. 9; Buckingham, Duchess
tions, At Penshurst, 254 n. I, 285 n. 6; of, ii. 173 n. 12; Burlington, iii. 206 %. 2;
Congratulation upon His Majesty's Happy Cibber's Apology and Careless Husband, 184
Return, 203 n. 4, 267 n. 5, 271 n. 3, 285 n. 2 ; C.'s pamphlet against Pope, 185 n. 1;
N. 3; Epitaph on Lord Andover's son, iii. Congreve's Mourning Bride, ii. 219 n. 3,
135 n. 3; Of the Danger His Majesty escaped 230 n. 1; Craggs's epitaph, iii. 259 n. 4;
at St. Andero, i. n. 2, 52 n. 1, 288

Critical Review, 452 n. 2; Dodington, 287
n. 3; Of English Verse, 233 n. 1; Of His n. 2; Dorset, first Earl of, 255 n. 1; Dorset,
Majesty's receiving the News of Buckingham's second Duke of, 255 n. 2; Dryden's Cock
Death, 288; Of loving at first sight, 287; and Fox, i. 455 n. 3; D.'s King Arthur,
Of the Queen, 251 n. 6, 289 1. 3; On a 364 n. 3; D.'s tragedies, 335 n. 4; Dutch
war with Spain, 270 n. 1, 290; On the infraction of treaties, 355 %.8; Dyer's poems,
Divine Poems, 276 n. 1; On the Head of iii. 345 n. 5; epic poems, i. 170 n. 2; Fen.
a Stag, 285; On the taking of Sallee, 288 ton's theatric genius,' iii. 397 n. 7; Garth
n. 8; Panegyric to my Lord Protector, 271 and Darwin, ii. 63 n. 5; genteel comedies,
n. 2; Presage of the Ruin of Turkish Em- 228 n. 3; Granville's bathos, 290 n. 5;
pire, 275 n. 1; Puerperium, 284; Song, Gray's Bard, iii. 426 n. 2, 436 n. 3, 439 n. 1,
286 n. 3; Thyrsis:

Galatea, 238 n. 3; TO 440 nn.; G.'s conversation, 430 n. 3; Danish
Amoret, 253 n. 1; To Chloris, 286; To the Gray,' 441 n. I; G.'s delicacy as to payment,
King on his Navy, 271 n. I, 288 n. 7; To 431 n. I; Elegy, 436 n. 3, 442, 443; G.,
the King, 295 n. 8; To Mr. Granville on his estrangement from, 422; G.'s interleaved
Verses to James II, ii. 287 n. 1; To the Sun, Linnaeus, 430 n. I; G.'s knowledge of archi-
i. 285 n. 1; Upon the Death of the Lord tecture, 430 n. 2; G.'s Latin poems, 424 n. 3;
Protector, 270 n. 4; Upon His Majesty's re- G.'s letters, 431 n. 7; G. and Oblivion and
pairing of St. Paul's, 289; Upon Roscommon's Obscurity, 427 n. 2; Odes,' calls everything
Translation of Horace, 237 n. 8, 283 n. 6. G. writes, 423 n. 9; Progress of Poesy, 426 n.
WALLER, Benjamin, the poet's eldest son, 2, 436 nn. ; G.'s and West's early genius, 424

Hagley, 35 I nn., 450 n. 5; Halifax's
WALLER, Edmund, the poet's second son, poems, ii. 47 n. 4; Hertford, Countess of, iii.
i. 275, 277.

287 n. 3; Hughes's' theatric genius,' 397 1.7;
WALLER, Edmund, M.P. in Walpole's 'Hume, however spelt,' 340 n. 2; Jervas's pic-
time, i. 277 n. 4.

tures, 107 n. 3,273; Johnson's Addison, ii, 134
WALLER, Dr. John, of Newtown Pagnell, n. 1; Jo's Gray, iii. 421 n. I; J.'s Irene, ii.
i. 277 n. 3.

136 n. 4; Ji's Lyttelton, iii. 452 n. 3; J.'s
WALLER, Margaret, the poet's daughter, Pope, 82 n. 1; J., with or without a t,
i. 267.

a detestable name,' 400 n. 2; Kit-cat club, ii.
WALLER, Robert, the poet's father, i. 249. 61 n. 1; Kitty Dashwood, 312 n.5; Kneller's
WALLER, Stephen, the poet's fourth son, love of flattery, iii. 265 n. 1; Lyttelton's

budget speech, 451 n. 2; L.'s Dialogues of the
WALLER, William, the poet's third son, Dead, 451 n. 4; L.'s Henry II, 453 nin.;

L.'s prose and verse, 457 n. 2; Mason's
WALLER, Mr., the poet's great-grandson at Gray, 442 ; Methodists, 450 n. 3; Middle-
Aberdeen, i. 277 n. 7.

sex, Earl of, ii. 360 n. 2; Milton's barbarous
WALLER, Mrs. Anne, the poet's mother, prose,' i. 120 n. 3; M.'s L'Allegro and
related to Cromwell and Hampden, i. 249 Penseroso, 165 n. 3; M.'s Paradise Lost, 120
n. 4, 268; royalist, 268; prisoner in her n. 3, 170 n. 2 ; Newcastle, Duchess of, 347 n.
own house, 269.

1, iii. 209 n. 3; 'Orator 'Henley, ü. 438 n. 3;
WALLER, Sir William, i. 109.

poet-physicians, 63 n. 5; Pope and Boling-
WALLER, Major-General, i. 277 n. 7. broke's Patriot King, iii. 193 . 3; P.'s
WALLERS, the Kentish, i. 249.

Dunciad, 186 n. 6; P.'s Elegy to an Un-
WALMSLEY, Gilbert, character by Johnson, | fortunate Lady, 100 n. 4; P.'s letters, 208

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n. 3; Prior's Henry and Emma, ii. 202 n. II;
Queensberry, Duchess of, 280 n. 3 ; Roches-
ter's poems, i. 222 nn.; Roscommon's poems,
235 n. 2, 240_n. 1; Rowe's Jane Shore, ii.
76 n. 8; R.'s Tamerlane, 78; Royal Society,
39; Savage's story, accepts, 439; Sheffield
and Buckingham, 177; S.'spious relict,' 167
n. 1; Shenstone's letters, iii. 354, n. 4; S.,
·labouring to write perfect song, 356 n. 1;
S.'s Schoolmistress, 359 n. 1; Strawberry
Hill Press and Gray, 426 n. 1, 443 ; Swift,
Cato and Mrs. Oldfield, ii. 100 n. 2; S.'s
Four last Years of Queen Anne, iii. 28 n. 2;
S.'s Journal to Stella, 23 n. 4; S. and Mrs.
Howard, ii. 275 n. 2, iii. 39 n. 3; S. and
Vanessa, 70; 'theatric genius, 397 n. 7;
Thomson's Seasons, i. 165 n. 3; T.'s Tancred
and Sigismunda, iii. 293 n. 4; Voltaire and
Lyttelton, 452 n. 1; Westminster Abbey
monuments, 294 n. 5; Young's tragedies,
397 n. 7.

WALPOLE, Sir Robert, Broome, flattered by,
iii. 80 n. 1; Committee of Secrecy, ii. 188
n. 5, 191, 192; Gay's appointment, 270 n. 5;
G.'s Beggar's' Opera, &c., satirized in, 279
nn., 281 n. 5, 282 n. 3; G.'s Polly, prohibits,
279 n. 2 ; good temper and placability, 193
N. I; 'happier hour, his,' iii. 148 n. 5; im-
prisoned in Tower, ii. 292 n. 3; Johnson
* honoured his memory,' 363 n. 5; literary
merit and Philips's appointment, iii. 322
n. 6; nation's clamours for liberty,' 289;
'no thirster for blood,' ii. 193; 'obscenity to
politics, range of his mind from,' 372 ; Peer-
age Bill, 114; Philips's, Ambrose, lines to
him, iii. 324 n. 7; poets in office, ii. 215 n. 8;
Pope dines with him, iii. 148 n. 5; P.'s
Dunciad, presents to King and Queen, 148,
150; P.'s Odyssey, subscribes for, 142 n. 4;
Queen Caroline and Mrs. Howard, ii. 275
n. 2; Savage, relations with, 363, 391, 406,
408, and see SAVAGE; Secret Committee to
inquire into his conduct, iii. 447; Swift's
sneers at him, 25 n. 6; S., speech against,
25 ; S.'s Treasury order, 23 n. I; Thomson's
Agamemnon and Britannia, attacked in,
286, 291 n. 3; T.'s dedication to him, 286
n. 9; Wood's patent, 33 n. 4, 34, n. 4;
Young's dedications, 369, 372; Y.'s pen-
sion, 390.
WALSH, Joseph, the poet's father, i. 328.
WALSH, William,'best critic in the nation,'
i. 328; birth, &c., ib.; courtier and M.P.,
ib.; death, 329; Dryden, reverenced, ib.;
D., preface from, 330; Dryden's Misc., con-
tributed to, ib.; ' familiarity with greater
men,' ib.; gentleman of the horse, 328;
Horace, imitation of, 330; ' Knowing Walsh,'
329; Letters and Poems, 330, iii. 159; ostler
of inn, i. 328 n. 4; ‘pages of inanity,' 330
n. 4; Pope, advice to, iii. 93; P., corre-
sponds with, i. 329; P., encouraged, 329, iii.
93, 97; Sheffield, praises, ii. 179; Wadham

College, Oxford, i. 328; well-dressed, 328,
iii. 97; Whig, a, i. 328 n. 7; William III,
ode to, ib.; Works, list of, 330.
WANSTEAD, iii. 422 n. 7.
War of 1763, ansung, ii. 186.
WARBURTON, William, Bishop of Glouces-
ter, Addison, ii. 127 n. 1; Akenside, warfare
with, iii. 413; Allen's niece, married, 169;
arrogance, 167; bishopric, 169; Blackmore,
ii. 236 n. 5; Blount, Martha, spite to, iii.
175 n. 2, 190 n. 3; B., takes no notice of,
195 n. 4; Bolingbroke, mutual aversion, 167
n. 2, 169; B.'s Patriot King, 193 n. I;
Churchill's lines on him, 167 n. 2;
temptuous superiority,' 166; critical per-
spicacity,' 233; Fielding, complimented by,
169 n. 6; 'founders well,' 233 n. 1 ; Gib-
bon's estimate, 167 n. 2; Gray's Progress of
Poesy and Bard, 426; 'great writer,' ii. 127;
Hume attacks him, iii. 167 n. 2; Johnson
applies passage in Savage's Wanderer to
him, ii. 366 n. 4; J. describes him, iii. 165;
learning, 165 n. 3; Lyttelton, 451 m. 2;
Mallet, attacks, 403 n. 3, 404 n. 2 ; Manley's,
Mrs., Atlantis, ii. 187 n. 5; Memoirs of Scri.
blerus, iii. 182; Milton, 'present fashion 'for,
i. 199; Page, Judge, ii. 348 n. 2 ; Pope,
and Addison, iii. 133 n. 1 ; P., antagonist at
first of, 166, 167 n.5; P.'s Billingsgate, 202 n.
2; P.'s borrowings, 166; Characters of Women,
175 n. 3; P.'s collection of libels, 209 n. 4;

- Dunciad, project to make him editor, 188
n. 5; fourth book added at his request, 183;

· Epilogue to the Satires, gave title to, 246
n. 3; Epistles to Bathurst and Burlington,
245; Epitaph on Buckingham, 271 ;
Essay, on Man, authorship, 161; Boling.
broke's share in it, 163 n. 3; defends it, 164
n. 2, 167, 168; time under consideration, 160
n. 5; -- P.'s eye, 197 n. 1 ; P., first meeting
with, 167 n. 3, 168 n. 3; P.'s Guardian on
Philips's Pastorals, 107 n. 2; P.'s judgement
and imagination, 216 n.6; P.'s legacy to Allen,
196 n. 1 ; P.'s life, intended writing, 83 n. 6;
P. made a philosopher by him, 165 n. 2 ; P.'s
monument, 192; Odyssey, shares of Broome
and Fenton, 77; P. and Patriot King, 194;
Prologue to the Satires, its title, 403 n. 3;
Rape of the Lock and Addison, 103 n. 4; its
preternatural agents, 233; – P.'s revision of
Works, aids in, 188; P.'s Roman Catholicism,
214 n. 7; P., roused from senile insensibility to
praise, 194 n. 2; · P.'s Works, bequest of
property in, 170; gratified private spite in
notes, 170n.I; - preacher at Lincoln's Inn,
169; 'sneaking parson,' 195 n. 4; Theobald's
Shakespeare, supplies notes to, 167; Tickell's
Iliad and Pope, ii

. 109; Vindication of Pope's
Essay on Man, iii. 168 n. 5; Voltaire attacks
him, 167 n. 2; 'warm language,' his, 77;
Watts and the Dunciad, 311 n. 2.

WARD, Mr. Edward, High Church poet and
tavern-keeper, ii. 299 n. 6.

n. 2.

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WARD, Dr. John, Professor of Rhetoric at Addison quarrel, iii. 133; epitaph, ii. 117
Gresham College, i. 199;

n. 2; irregular life, 117.
WARD, Seth, Bishop of Salisbury, iii. 362. WARWICK, Robert Rich, second Earl of,
WARING, Swift's chamber-fellow, ii. 3 i. 254 n. I.

WATTS, Dr. Isaac, Abney, Sir Thomas,
WARING, Jane, Swift's Varina, iii. 3 n. 2, lived with, iii. 304; birth, &c., 302; Casi-
55 n. 4.

mir's Odes, i. 46 n. 1; charity, iii. 307;
WARTON, Rev. Dr. Joseph, Addison's Cam- Cowper, praised by, 310 n. 3; Dacian
paign, ii. 128; A.'s classical mottoes, 96 Battle, 310; death, 309; devotional poetry,
n. 2; Akenside's Greek, iii. 416 n. 2 ; ballad 310; Dissenters, 'takes his lot with,' 302; D.,
opera, ii. 283 n. 1; Blount, Martha, iii. 274; taught'graces of language,' 306; diversity of
Bolingbroke's writings, 408 n. 1 ; Broome, attainments, 310; Divine Songs for Children,
80 n. 6; Collins's Eclogues, 340 n. 1; C.'s 307 n. 8; Doctor of Divinity, 309; Dunciad,
Odes, 335 n. 6; C.'s school fellow, 334 n. 5, inserted in, 311 n. 2 ; 'gentle, modest, and
340 n. 1; C.'s uncle, 336 n. 3; C., visits, inoffensive,' 307; Haberdashers' Hall con-
340; Congreve's Mourning Bride, ii

. 230 gregation, 304 n. 1; Hartopp, Sir John, lives
n. 1; "curiosa felicitas,' iii. 236 n. 1; Dobson with, 304; Hughes, his school fellow, ii. 164
on Pope's learning, 216 n. 3; Dryden's 'com- n. 2, iii. 303; H., advice to, ii. 159 n. 5;
mon words,' i. 420 n. 2; Duchess of Bolton, illness, iii. 304; Improvement of the Mind,
ii

. 277 n. 6; Essay on Pope, dedicated 309; 'instruction for all ages,' 310; Johnson
to Young, iii. 383; praised by Johnson, 236; inserts him in Eng. Poets, 302; J.'s venera-

good-nature of his criticism,' ii. 128; tion, 302 n. 1, 303 ; latinity, 302, 303;
Head Master of Winchester, iii. 84 n. 5, 277 Logic, 304 n. 3, 308 ; method of study, 304;
n. 2, 334; Hudibras's learning, i. 212 n. 6; Milton's Paradise Lost and Baxter's Call to
Johnson, estrangement with, iii. 236 n. 2 ; J.'s the Unconverted, 311 n. 3; ministry, called
version of Pope's Messiah, 226 n. 3; Mallet's to the, 304; m., methods of his, 307; non-
Amyntor and Theodora, 406 n. 5; M.'s conformity, to be imitated in all but, 311;
Verbal Criticism, 402 n. 2; Oblivion and Odes, bis, 303; 'orthodoxy united with
Obscurity, 427 n. 2; Odes, 335 n. 6; pasto- charity,' 308; Our God, our help in ages
ral comedy, ii. 284 n. 8; Pitt, C., iii. 277; past, 311 N. 3; Philosophical Essays, 308
poets, ranked according to learning, ii. 1 20 n. I; piety diffused over his works, 309;

- Pope's affected contempt of Kings, * Pindaric folly,' 303; poetry, criticism of his,
iii. 209 n. 5; Essay on Criticism, 98 n. 2; P's 310; Pope's Homer, 251; preaching, 307;
fragality and charity, 203 n. 4; P.'s epithets, Rowe's academy in Little Britain, 303 ; ser-
250 n. 3; Iliad and Chapman, 115 n. 3; P.'s mon, first, 304; Southampton Free-school,
lines to Thomson, 291 n. 9; Macer, 313 n. 2; 302 ; Southey's paper, 302 n. 1; stature,
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 227 n. 2 ; P. and low, 307; 'teacher of a congregation,' i.;
Philips's Distrest Mother, 314 n. 4; Rape of temper, quick, ib.; tenderness to children
the Lock, 233 n. 4; P.'s slanders on Addison, and poor, ib.; University education, refuses,
103 n. 5, 133 n. 2 ; P. and Twyford school, 302; verse-maker from fifteen to fifty, 303 ;
84 n. 5;

· Prior's Hans Carvel, ii. 201 quotations, 303 n. 7.
n. 8; Statius, iii. 92 n. 5; Theobald's Shake- WATTS, Isaac, the poet's father, iii. 302,
speare, 138 n. 5; Thomson's genius, pointed 304.
out, 300 n. 2; T.'s Greek, 282 n. 2 ; transla- Watts, Mr., the printer, ii. 307 1. 7.
tions of Ovid, 145 n. I; Vida's Art of Poetry, WAYNFLETE, William of, ii. 300 1. 2.
278 n. 2; Virgil's Eclogues and Georgics, WEBB, Mr. C. C. J., iii. 19 n. 2.
i. 454 n. I; Young, iii. 394 n. 4, 395 n. 2, WEBBE, William, Discourse of English
397 n. 3.

Poetrie, i. 410 n. 7.
WARTON, Rev. Thomas, Collins, visits, iii. WEDDERBURNE, Alexander, Lord Longb-
340; C., visited at Oxford by, 339 n. 2; borough, Mallet, iii. 410 n. 2; Shenstone's
Milton's Minor Poems, i. 84 n. 2, 108 n. 6; pension, 353 n. 1; Young's Revenge, quotes
Observations on Spenser's Fairy Queen, ii. against Franklin, 397 1h. 5.
162 n. 6; poet-laureate, i. 482; Pope and Weekly Miscellany, ii. 388.
Milton's minor poems, iii. 236 n. 2; P.'s WELSTED, Leonard, i. 78 n. 4, iii, 276.
Temple of Fame, 226 n. 2 ; words out of WELSTED, Robert, editor of Pindar, iii.
common order, 341 n. 3.

328 n. 2.
WARTON, Rev. Thomas, the elder, father WELWOOD, James, M.D., Rowe's Life,
of the two Wartons, iii, 236 n. 2, 263 n. I.

WARWICK, Countess of, Addison's court- WELWYN, iii. 376, 391.
ship and marriage, ii. 110, 154; will and WENTWORTH, see STRAFFORD.

WESLEY, Rev. John, Blackmore's Creation,
WARWICK, Earl of, Addison's stepson and ii. 238 n. 6; Cowley's Age of Anacreon, i.
pupil, ii. 110; A.'s deathbed, 117; Pope and 39 n. 4; Gray's character, iii. 431 *. 5;

n. 5;

ii. 73

burial, 155.

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Leasowes, 351 n. 2; Lyttelton's Dialogues election to University scholarships, i. 65, ii.
of the Dead, 451 n. 4; Paradise Regained, 2 n. 1, 41; Freind, Head Master, iii. 343
i. 188 n. 7; Thomson's Edward and Eleo- n. 4; Latin pronunciation, i. 133 n. 3;
nora, iii. 292 n. 3; travelled on foot, 6 Lewis, an usher, iii. 343 n. 8; Locke and

South, i. 332 n. 4;

poets at school,
WESLEY, Rev. Samuel, Blenheim, cele- Blackmore, ii. 235; Cowley, i. 3,65; Dryden,
brated, ii. 186 n. 2; Dunciad, inserted in, 332 ; Duke, ii. 24; Dyer, iii. 343; Halifax,
iii. 311 n. 2; epigram on Butler's monument, ii. 41 ; Hammond, 313; Hill, Aaron, 339
i. 208 n. 1.

n. 2; King, 26; Prior, 181; Rowe, 66;
WEST, Gilbert, Clerkship of Privy Council, Smith, 1, 11; Stepney, i. 309 ;

Under
iii. 328, 330; Cobham, Lord, his uncle, 328; Masters, iii. 347
Coleridge's criticism, 332 n. 5; commission WEST WICKHAM, iii. 329, 330.
in army, 328; death, 331; Elegy on a Black- WHARTON, Lady Anne, iii. 367, 376.
bird, wrongly ascribed to him, 333; English WHARTON, Philip, Duke of, All Souls
Poets, poems omitted in, 331 n. 4; Eton, College, donation to, iii. 369; Clodio' in
328; Gibbon's estimate, 332 n. 3; 'grave Pope's Epistle to Cobham, 245 n. 7; Young's
without its terrors,' 331; Graeco-Gothic patron, 364, 368, 369.
school, 332 n. 5; Hanover, goes with WHARTON, Thomas, Marquis of, Lord Lieu-
George I to, 328; Imitations of Spenser, tenant of Ireland, Addison, his secretary, ii.
331 n. 4, 332; 'infidelity, listened to blandish- 89; character, 90; Hughes's dedication,
ments of,' 330; Institution of the Garter, 161 ; Lillibullero, 90 n. 2; Young's patron,
331 n. 4, 332 ; learning, 329; lost his son, iii. 367, 368.
331; Lyttelton, friendship with, 329; mar- WHARTON, Thomas, M.D., Gray's corre-
riage, ib.; methodist, called a, 330; 0b- spondent, iii. 421 n. 4:
servations on the Resurrection, 329; Oxford, Whatever is received is received in propor-
matriculates at, 328; O., D.C.L. by diploma, tion to the recipient, iii. 19.
329; parentage, &c., 328; Paymaster of What is everybody's business is nobody's
Chelsea Hospital, 331 n. I; piety, 329;

business, iii. 181 n. 5.
Pindar, translation of, 329, 331, 332; P., WHATLEY, Rev. Robert, iii. 284 n. 4.
quotations, 331, 332 ; Pitt, friendship with, WHETSTONE, Sir Bernard, Kt., i. 309
329; Pope's bequest, 330 n. 1; Prince of
Wales' (George III) education offered to WHETSTONE, George, iii. 269 n. 3.
him, 330; Townshend, Lord, his patron, WHISTLER, Anthony, Shenstone's friend,
328; West Wickham, life at, 329.

iii. 354 n. 4, 358 n. 1, 359.
WEST, Rev. Dr. Richard, the poet's father, WHISTON, Rev. William, ii. 81 n. 4, 122
iii. 328.

WEST, Richard, Gray's friend, iii. 423, 423 WHITE, Rev. Gilbert, of Selborne, iii. 334
n. 4, 424 n. 2.

n. 9, 339 n. 2, 341 n. I.
WEST, Richard, Chancellor of Ireland, iii. WHITE, Rev. Mr., of Nayland, ii. 252.
423 n. 4.

WHITEFIELD, Rev. George, Pembroke
WESTCOTE, William Henry Lyttelton, Lord, College, Oxford, member of, iii. 359;
iii. 328 nn., 361 n. 1, 457.

n. II.

preaches to Bristol prisoners, ii. 424 n. 1:
WESTMINSTER ABBEY, Addison's funeral, WHITEHEAD, Paul, Addison and Philips's
ii. 156; Butler's monument, i. 208; Congreve's magistracy, iii. 321 n. 4; Manners, 180.
funeral and monument, ii. 227; cost of burial, WHITEHEAD, William, poet-laureate, iii.
i. 207 n. I; Cowley's funeral, 17; Craggs's 426, 444.
funeral and epitaph, iii. 259, 260 n. 1; Den- WHITELOCKE, Bulstrode, i. 259, 270 n. 2.
ham, i. 75; Dryden's funeral and monument, WHITEWAY, Mrs. Martha, Swift's cousin,
390-3, 486, iii. 261; Gay's funeral and iii. i n. 3, 48 n. 4; last face Swift knew, 48;
epitaph, ii. 281, iii. 268; Kneller's monu- Legion Club, to have half profit, 46 , 4;
ment, 264; Milton's monument, i. 150; Stella's deathbed, 42 n. I; Swift's birthday,
monuments, FitzGerald on, 314 n. 6; m.,
Walpole on, iii. 294 n. 5; Newton, Sir Isaac, WHITSHED, William, Chief Justice of
270; Oldfield, Mrs., ii. 336 n. 1; Philips's Ireland, iii. 34.
(Cider') monument, i. 150, 314; Prior's WIDows, marriage with, i. 131 n. 3.
monument, ii. 195; Roscommon's funeral, WIELAND, ii, 201 n. 8.
i. 334; Rowe's funeral and monument, ii. 74, WIGSTONE MAGNA, iii. 348 n. 1.
iii. 261; Stepney's epitaph, i. 310; Thom- Wilcox, the bookseller, ii. 260 n. 4.
son's monument, iii. 294; Withers, General, WILKES, John, “Elkanah Settle,' i. 375
266.
WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY, I. 106 n. 2. WILKINS, Rev. Dr. Jobn, Warden of
WESTMINSTER SCHOOL, Addison's funeral, Wadham, Royal Society, ii. 33, 38; Sprat's
ii. 156; Busby detains promising boys, 11; patron, 32, 39.

49 n. 2.

n. 6.

WILKS, Robert, the actor, described in WOMEN, education in seventeenth and early
Tatler, ii. 334 n. 1; Johnson celebrates his eighteenth century, i. 143 n. 3; literature in
virtues, 334; Savage, kindness to, 331, 335, Milton's age, aspired not to, 143; reading,
337

iii. 98 n. 2.
WILLIAM III, described by Johnson, ii. 66 Wood, Anthony à, Addison, Lancelot, ii.
n. 7; Dorset, his favourite, i. 306; Dryden's 79 n. 4; Athenae Oxonienses, subscription
Virgil, attacked in, 387 n. 6; D.'s V., Aeneas's copies, iii. 109 n. 5; Azaria and Huskai, i.
portrait resembling him, 480; Garth's praise, 374; Blackmore, ii. 235; Butler, i. 201;
ii. 67 n. 1; literature, indifference to, i. 384 Denham, 70; Dorset, 303; 'industry,' ib.;
n. 4, ii. 85, 239; “lucky day,' 218; Mouse Life of Milton, 84. n. 2; Milton at Cam.
Montagu, 43; poetry liberally patronized by bridge, 88 n. 6, 90 n. 1; Milton's house
his ministers, 85, 298; Prior's praise, 185; visited by foreigners, 135; M. and West-
reformation of stage, 223 n. 1; resplendent minster Assembly, 106; M.'s personal ap-
qualities,' 185; Sheffield, relations with, 171; pearance, 151 n. 2; Rochester, 221, 222 n. 3;
supplied copious materials for verse or prose,' Walsh, 328, 329; Yalden's birth, ii. 297 th 2;
185; Swift, relations with, iii. 4, 8; “Tamer- Young's father and grandfather, iii. 362.
lane’ in Rowe's play, ii. 66,78; Temple and Wood, William, account of him, iii. 33
Triennial Bill, iii. 4; tossed in open boat, i. n. 3 ; 'Wood's halfpence,' 33, 34, 71, 72.
306; 'worthless scoundrel,' ii. 66 n. 7. WOODCOCK, Captain, Milton's father-in-
William and Margaret, iii. 401 n. 3.

law, i. 116.
WILLIAMS, Anna, ii. 318 n. 3.

WOODCOCK, Catherine, Milton's second
WILLIAMS, Sir C. H., iii. 454 n. 6.

wife,'more a favourite,' i. 131 ; 'poor sonnet
WILLOUGHBY, Warwickshire, ii. 299 n. 4. to her memory,' 116.
WILMINGTON, Earl of, see COMPTON, WOODFALL, William, ii. 341 n. 3.
Spencer.

WOODHAY, Berkshire, iii. 362.
WILSON, Charles, Esq.,' i. 389 n. 6. WOODSTOCK PARK, i. 220 n. 4.
Wilson, John, The Cheats, i. 382 n. 3. WOODWARD, Dr. John, 'the Fossilist,' i.
WILSON, Professor John (Christopher 271.
North '), Dryden's heroic plays, i. 338 n. 1 ; WOOLLEN Act, iii. 345 n. I.
Pope's correctness,' iii. 93 n. 3; Pope and WOOLLEN INDUSTRY, iii. 346 n. 2.
Dryden, 248 n. 2.

WORDSWORTH, William, Akenside at
WILSON, Mr., a schoolmaster, iii. 411. Hampstead, iii. 414 n. 5; A., borrows motto
WIMBORNE, ii. 180.

from, 420 n. 2; Brothers, line like prose, i.
WIMPOLE, ii. 195.

193 n. 3; Dryden's ardour and ear, 465 . 4;
WINCHESTER COLLEGE, Dobson's Latin D.'s night,' 337 n. 3; D.'s translations
version of Prior's Solomon, iii. 170 n. 2; from Boccaccio, 455 nn.; D.'s Virgil, 449
elections to New College, 334 n. 7; Harris, n. 3; Dyer's Fleece and Ruins of Rome, iii.
a Fellow, 363 ; poets at school, 345 n. 4, 347 n. 1; D., sonnet on, 347 n. 1;
Collins, _334, 340 n. 1; Otway, i. 241; Gray's coldness, 294 n. 1; G.'s Elegy, 441
Philips, J., 312; Pitt, iii. 277 ; Somervile, ii

. n. 2; G., estimate of, 440 n. 9; G., poetical
Young, iii. 363;

- Pope and Twyford, diction, 435 n. 4; G.'s Sonnet on the Death
84 n. 5; Warton, Joseph, Head Master of, 84 of West, 423 n. 4; 'immortal style, not
n. 5, 277 n. 2 ; Young's father, a Fellow, 362. growth of mere genius,' i. 162 1. 6; mets-
WINCHMORE HILL, i, 249 n. 2.

physical poets, 67; Milton, an aristocrat,
WINDHAM, Right Hon. William, iii. 228 157 n. 3; M.'s Comus and Samson Agonistes,
n. 5.

188 n. 8; M.'s notions on women, 145 17, 2;
WINDOW Tax, i, 202 n. 5.

M.'s Paradise Regained, 147 1. 4; M.
WINTER of 1740, iii. 209.

sonnet to, 132 n. 4; M.'s sonnets, 169 Ft. 5;
Wir, definitions of; i. 19, 36 n. 2, 68; Pope and Dryden, iii. 222

n. 6, 276; p.
fashions, has its, 18; discordia concors,' early style, 87 n. 5; P.'s Homer, 276 ;
20; intellection,' equivalent before Cowley images of external nature, 300 1, 2; P. took
to, 36; mixed wit,' 41; Pope's Essay on plain when heights within reach,' 341 11.6;
Criticism, different senses in, iii. 96 n. 4. P.'s versification, 248 n. 4; sepulchral memo-
WITHER, George, i. 237 n. 3.

rials, 263 n. 4; Thomson's blank verse, 398
WITHERS, General Henry, iii. 266.

n.6; T.'s Castle of Indolence and Seasons, 300
WITNEY, ii. 25.

n. 2; T., Collins and Dyer, 341 n.6; Tickell
WOGAN, Sir Charles, iii. 93 n. 5.
Wogan, William, Captain of Westminster

and Johnson, ii. 311 9.4; quotations, Sonnets,
ainster

i. 126 n. 1, 132 16. 4, 169 n. 5.
School, ü. Il n. 3.

WORDSWORTH, Bishop, Milton's Latin
WOLFE, Major-General James, Gray's Elegy, verse, i. 95 1. 4, 113 n. 6.
iii. 441 n. 2.

Works of the Learned, iii. 168 , 1.
WOLLASTON, Rev. William, Religion of WORLD, judgement must be accepted, iii.
Nature, ii. 425 N, 2.

210; wickedness exaggerated, ii. 430 n. 3.

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