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World, The, iii. 448 n. 7.

YOUNG, Rev. Dr. Edward, Addison's Cato,
WORRALL, Rev. John, Swift's friend, iii. 29. verses prefixed to, iii. 365; A.'s death, ii.
WORSDALE, James, the painter, iii. 158. 117 n. 3, 118; see ADDISON ; alexandrines,
Wotton, Sir Henry, advice to Milton, i. excluded, iii. 249. n. 3; All Souls College,
93; Cowley's Elegy, 36; Provost of Eton, 363, 364, 370 ; . Altamont,385; antithesis,
274.

398 ; Aquinas, 375; bargain-driving, not his
WOTTON, William, D.D., iii, 11.

talent, 397 n. 3; battle-field, present at, 390 ;
Wotton, near Henley-in-Arden, ii. 318. Biographia Britannica, life, 389; birth, &c.,
Wory, William, iii. 337 n. 2.

362; blank verse, 388; bombast, censures,
WOWERUS, De Umbra, i. 225, ii. 302. 395 n. 2; books, method of reading, 392;
WREN, Sir Christopher, Sprat's Observa- Brothers, The, 375, 385, 397 n. 6; Bru-
tions on Sorbière's Voyage, ii, 33, 40.

netta and Stella, 394 n. 6; Busiris, 368,
WRIGHT, Dr. W. Aldis, Cowley and Trinity 397; Card, The, ridiculed in, 389; Centaur
College, Cambridge, i. 65; degrees at Cam- not fabulous, &c., 385, 389; chaplain to
bridge by mandamus, iii. 415 n. 3; Dryden George II, 375; charity school, founded,
and Trinity College, Cambridge, i. 332 N. 5. 389; Clerk of Closet to Princess Dowager,

WRIGHT, Rev. Dr., of Dorsetshire, i. 135 391 ; Codrington Library oration, 363 ;
1. 3.

Coleridge's estimate, 399 n. 6; composed at
WRIGHT, Dr., M.D., purchaser of Waller's night or on horseback, 395 n. 3; composi-
estate, i. 267 n. 3.

tion, labour and revision in,:399; conceits,
WRIGHT, the printer, iii. 193 n. 4.

398; Congreve 'smiling at the goal,' ii. 224
WRITING,' to write without reward suffi- n. 1; C.'s legacy to younger Duchess of
ciently unpleasing,' i. 206; writing with ease Marlborough, 227 n. 4; Conjectures on Ori.
only acquired by diligence, 162.

ginal Composition, iii. 368, 386, 388; Corpus
WYCHERLEY, William, Butler and Duke of College, Oxford, 363; Court favour, be-
Buckingham, i. 205 ; character, iii. _91; sieged, 384; Croft's Life, 362–93; D.C.L.,
Dryden, praised by, 91 n. 3; 'greatest Eng- 363 ; dedications, his, 382, 384; Queen
lish comic wit,' ii. 144 n. 4; "manly Wycher- Anne, 366; Queen Caroline, 375; George II,
ley,' i. 402; Pope, friendship and quarrel 386 ; Duke of Chandos, 375; Duke of Dor-
with, iii, 91, 92, 96 n. 5; P.'s Essay on set, 372; Duke of Newcastle, 368, 385;
Criticism claimed for him, i. 72 n. 5; Duke of Wharton, 368; Dodington, 372;
Rochester, mentioned by, 303 n. 8.

Countess of Salisbury, 367; Lady Eliz. Ger-
WYTHYHAM, iii. 254.

maine, 372; Lord Chancellor Parker, 370;

Sir Robert Walpole, 369, 372; Sir Spencer
XENOPHON, Memorabilia, iii. 358.

Compton, 372;

dedications wash an

Aethiop white,' 369; Dodington's verses and
YALDEN, John, the poet's father, ii. 297. letter to him, 387; D., visits, 377; epilogue,
Yalden, Rev. Thomas, Addison, friendship his only, 375; Epistle to Lord Lansdowne,
with, ii. 298; anecdote of him and Hough, 364, 365 ; epitaph, his, 392; Epitaph on
297; Atterbury's plot, arrested for, 300; Lord Aubrey Beauclerk, 384; Epitaph on
birth, &c., 297; Congreve, charged with his footman, 389; Essay on Lyric Poetry,
plagiarizing, 299; Conquest of Namur, 298; 373, 374; Fielding, ridiculed by, 376; 'fool
Cowley's Pindarics, 301; D.D., 299; death, at forty,' &c., 371, 384; "foolish youth,'
301; Dryden's Misc., contributed to, 301 364; Force of Religion, 367, 394 n. 2;
n. 5; Duke of Gloucester's death, poem on, Foreign Address, 377; 'froths and bubbles,
299; ecclesiastical preferment, 299, 300; 399 n. 6; funeral, 389; George I's accession,
High Churchman, 299; Hymn to Darkness, poem on, 367; G. I., congratulates, 371 ;
301; Hymn to Light, 302; Johnson inserts George II, sermon addressed to, 386; Grafton,
him in English Poets, iii. 302; Magdalen Duke of, his patron, 372, 378; Horace and
College, ii. 297, 298 n. 2, 299, 300; Mag- Juvenal, 394 n. 7; housekeeper, his, 389, 391;
dalen College School, 297; Magdalen Hali, Howe's Devout Meditations, letter prefixed
ib.; Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, iii. 227 to, 385; Imperium Pelagi, 375; see Mer-
Mh. 1; Ovid's Art of Love, ii. 303 n. 1; chant, The; inscriptions in garden, 379;
Oxford Laureat, satirized in, 298; poems Instalment, The, 372; 'involuntary bur-
never before collected, 297 n. 1; Squire lesque,' 374; Ireland, visited, 368; John-
Bickerstaf Detected, 303 n. 1; Tickell's son's criticism of his poems, 393-9; Jonson,
Oxford, praised in, 298 n. 2; Waynflete's Ben, 386; Last Day, 365, 393, 398 ; legacies
Lecturer, 299 n. 4.

to housekeeper and hatter, 389; letter to
YALE, Elihu, Governor of Madras, i. 159 Pope, 383; Life in Dict. Nat. Biog. by

Leslie Stephen, 361 n. 1; Lintot, 142 n. 6;
YORKE, see HARDWICKE.

Love of Fame, see Universal Passion; lyrics,
YOUNG, Arthur, Madden and Dublin So- 373-6, 395; marriage, 371, 376, 381; Mer-
ciety, ii. 131 n. 1.

chant, The, 396; MSS. to be burnt, directs,

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389; New College, Oxford, 363 ; night, de-
scription of, 399 n. 6; · Night Thoughts,
advertised in Gent. Mag., 395 n. 3; Arnold's
criticism, 396 n. 2 ; autobiographical pass-
ages, 384; blank verse suited to them, 395;
dates of writing and publication, 381, 395
n. 3; Goldsmith and Gray criticized by,
396 n. 2; 'inscribed to great or growing
names,' 382; Johnson's criticism, 395;, 'Lo-
renzo,' 379; Philander and Narcissa,' 377;
popularity on Continent, 384, 395 n. 4; Pope
praised, 382, 383; Scotch, great readers of
it, 395 n. 4; simile of cluster of grapes,
398; Sunt lacrymae rerum,' its motto, 445 ;
title 'not affected,' 395 n. 3; wished to be
known by it, 384; Ocean, 373, 375, 396;
Ode to the King, 373; Old Man's Relapse, 385;
orders, entered into, 375; Oxford epigram,
included in, ii. 304 n. 1; Paraphrase on Job,
iii. 370, 395; Parliamentary candidate, 370;
'patrons, weary of courting earthly,' 382 ;

payments received, Brothers, 397 n. 6;
Night Thoughts, 395 n. 3; Revenge, 397
n. 3; Universal Passion, 372; pen-
sioner, 366, 373, 390; Philips, Ambrose, and
Julius Caesar, 323 n. 7; Pindaric Ode,'
376, 377; poems excluded from author's
edition, 365, 372, 373, 376, 377, 384, 385 ;
Pope's

advice to him when reading for orders,
375; P.'s coarse criticism, 399 n. 6; P.'s epic
plan, 189 n. 1, 386; P.'s Essay on Man,
161 n. 2, 165 n. 2, 382 ; P.'s Iliad, 275, 386;
P.'s humorous description of him, 396 n. 9; see
POPE; Portland, Duchess of, letters to, 399
n. 6; preached before House of Commons,
375; preacher, popular, 370; preaching,
anecdote of his, 370; preferment, solicits,
207 n. 2, 384, 390, 391; Pretender, the,
attacks, 385; Queen Anne, his godmother,
362; Queen Caroline, flatters, 371; Rector
of Welwyn, 376, 379, 390, 391; Reflections
on the publick Situation of the Kingdom, 385;
Resignation, 388, 396; Revenge, The, 368,
397; Richardson, Letter to, 368, 386; R.,
laments, 388; St. James's, preaches at, 390;

Satires, dates when written, 370, 371;
dedications, 372; Goldsmith's criticism, 394
n. 8; Johnson's criticism, 394; Preface, 371,
372; published under title of The Universal
Passion, 371, 394 n. 3; Swift's estimate of
them, 371, 394 n. 8; Savage's Misc.,
subscribes to, ii. 342 n. 6; Sea-piece, iii. 376;
Settle, i. 375 n. 4; Shakespeare, iii. 399 n. 6;
similes, 398; skull with lamp, 378; Society
for Propagation of Gospel, gift to, 385; son,
his, 378; see Young, Frederic; South Sea
losses, 372 ; Southey's estimate, 393 n. 1;

style, no uniformity of, 393, 399; Swift,
anecdote of, 368; S.'s conversation, 60 nn.;
S.'s Gulliver's Travels, 38 n. 5; S., men-
tioned by, 394 n. 8; Thomson's Autumn,
mentioned in, 377; Tickell, friendship with,
370; T.'s Iliad, ii. 308; Tindal, the deist,
disputed with, iii. 364; tragedies, 368, 396;
translation, 'never condescended' to, 394;
True Estimate of Human Life, 375, 378;
Tscharner's visit, 391 ; tutor to Lord Burgh-
ley, 369; Two Epistles to Mr. Pope, 376;
Universal Passion, see Satires and Love of
Fame; versification, 399; Voltaire, dedica-
tion to, 376; V., epigram on, ib.; V., not
mentioned by, 395 n. 4; Walpole, Sir R.,
fatters, 369, 372, 373; Warton's Essay on
Pope, dedicated to him, 383; Wharton, Duke
of, his patron, 364, 368, 369, 370; wife's
death lamented in Night Thoughts, 377;
W., inscribed no monument to her memory,
392 ; see YOUNG, Lady Elizabeth; will, his,
389; Winchester, 363; Wish, A, 373;
Works, own edition of his, 384; quota-
tions, Epistle to Pope, i. 375 n. 4; Instal.
ment, iii. 369, 372, 373; Last Day, 378,
398 n. 4; Letter to Mr. Tickell, ii. 308 .
iii. 370; Merchant, 398; Night Thoughts,
165 n. 2, 380, 382, 383, 384, 398 n. 3;
Ocean, 395 n. 2; Resignation, 388, 389,
396 n. 4; Revenge, 397 n. 5; Sea-piece,
376; Satires, ii. 224 n. 1, iii. 369, 371, 399,
436 n. 7; Wish, 373, 374.
YOUNG, Rev. Edward, the poet's father,
iii. 362, 363, 367.

YOUNG, Lady Elizabeth (Lee), the poet's
wife, marriage, iii. 376; Queen Caroline
godmother to her daughter, 371; death,
377 ; monument, 392.
YOUNG, Elizabeth, Thomson's · Amanda,'
iii. 298 n. 4.

YOUNG, Frederic, the poet's son, birth, iii.
381; Johnson visits him, 399 n. 6; not
Lorenzo' in Night Thoughts, 379; Oxford
career, 381; Prince of Wales, his god-
father, 378; Dr. Young's epitaph, writes,
392.
YOUNG, JO., of Woodhay, the poet's grand-
father, iii. 362.

Young, Robert, false witness against Sprat,
ii. 35, 36.

YOUNG, Thomas, Milton's private tutor, i.
86; Smectymnuus, 102 n. 3.

YOUNG, Rev. William, original of 'Parson
Adams,' iii. 392.
Younger son of a younger brother, ii. 289.

Zealot, i. 249 n. 4.

TITLES OF MANY OF THE WORKS QUOTED

IN THE NOTES.

As a general rule only those works, to which somewhat frequent reference is made, appear in the following list; nor has it been thought needful to include many of the poets and a few of the prose writers, as references apply equally well to all editions. The date in each case shows not the year of the original publication, but of the edition which has been consulted.

ABBOTT, Evelyn, and Lewis Campbell, AUBREY, John, Brief Lives, edited by Life and Letters of Benjamin Jowett, 2 vols., Andrew Clark, 2 vols., Clarendon Press, London, 1897.

1898. ADDISON, Joseph, Works, 6 vols., London, AYLIFFE, John, The ancient and present 1854-6; Works, 3 vols., London, 1746; state of the University of Oxford, 3 vols., Addisoniana, 3 vols., London, 1803 ; Life, London, 1714 see AIKIN.

AYRE, William, Memoirs of the life and Admissions to the College of St. John the writings of A. Pope, 2 vols., London, 1745. Evangelist in the University of Cambridge (ed. by John E. B. Mayor), Cambridge, Bacon, Francis, Works, 10 vols., London, 1893

1803. Adventurer, The, 4 vols., London, 1766. BAILEY, Nathan, Universal Etymological AIKIN, Lacy, Life of Joseph Addison, English Dictionary, London, 1773. 3 vols., London, 1843.

BAKER, David Erskine, Biographia DraAITKEN, George Atherton, Life of Richard matica, 3 vols., London, 1812. Steele, 2 vols., London, 1889.

BARETTI, Joseph, Account of Manners and AKENSIDE, Mark, Poems, 2 vols., London, Customs of Italy, 2 vols., London, 1768 ; 1772; Poetical Works with Memoir by Rev. Italian Library, London, 1757. A. Dyce (Aldine Poets), London.

Barnstaple Parish Register, 1538–1812, ed. ALGAROTTI, Francesco, Lettere di Poli. T. Wainwright, Exeter, 1903. anzio ad Ermogene, Venezia, 1745.

BEATTIE, James, LL.D., Essays on poetry ALLESTREE, Rev. Dr. Richard, Sermons, and music, London, 1779; Life, see FORBES, 2 vols., Oxford, 1684.

Sir William.
ALMON, John, Correspondence, &'c., of Bee, The, 9 vols., London, 1733-5.
John Wilkes, 5 vols., London, 1805.

BENTHAM, Jeremy, Works, II vols., Edin-
Alumni Oxonienses, early series, 4 vols., burgb, 1843.
Oxford, 1891; 1715-1886, 4 vols., London, BENTLEY, Rev. Richard, D.D., Works,
1887.

edited by Rev. A. Dyce, 3 vols., 1836-8. Annual Register, 1758- (still proceeding), BERKELEY, Bishop, Memoirs, see STOCK, London.

Joseph. ARISTOTLE, Poetics, ed. Prof. Bywater, BERKELEY, George Monck, Literary Relics, Clarendon Press, 1898; Treatise on Poetry, London, 1789. translated by Thomas Twining, i vols., BEST, Henry Digby, Personal and Literary London, 1812.

Memorials, London, 1829. ARNOLD, Matthew, Essays in Criticism, BEZA, Theodore, Poemata, Geneva, 1569. London, 1888; On the Study of Celtic Litera- Biographia Britannica, 7 vols., London, ture, London, 1867; On Translating Homer,

1747-66. London, 1896; Letters, 2 vols., London, enlarged by Andrew Kippis and 1895.

others, 5 vols., London, 1777-93. ATTERBURY, Francis, Bishop of Rochester, BIRCH, Rev. Thomas, D.D., Heads of Epistolary Correspondence, &c., 5 vols., Illustrious Persons, 2 vols., London, 1747– London, 1783-90.

52 ; Hist. of the Royal Society, 4 vols., London, 1756; Life of Tillotson, London, Lord Clarendon's History Vindicated, Oxford, 1752 ; see MILTON.

1744 BIRRELL, Augustine, K.C., Copyright in BURTON, John Hill, Life and CorresponBooks, London, 1899.

dence of David Hume, 2 vols., Edinbargh, BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, Alfred, London, 1846. 1723; Collection of Poems, London, 1718; BURTON, Robert, Anatomy of Melancholy, Essays, London, 1716; King Arthur, London, London, 1660. 1697; Prince Arthur, London, 1695; Satyr BUTLER, Samuel, Hudibras, with Dr. Grey's against Wit, London, 1700.

annotations, 2 vols., London, 1806; Genuine BLACKSTONE, Sir William, Commentaries, Remains in verse and prose, with notes by 4 vols., Oxford, 1775.

R. Thyer, 2 vols., London, 1759. BLOXAM, Rev. John Rouse, D.D., Register BYRON, Lord, Works, 10 vols., London, of Magdalen College, Oxford, 8 vols., Oxford 1851-4; Letters and Journals, edited by and London, 1853-85.

R. E. Prothero, 6 vols., London, 1898. BOILEAU, Euvres, 5 vols., Paris, 1747. BOLINGBROKE, Lord, Works, 8 vols., CAMPBELL, Thomas, Life of Mrs. Siddons, London, 1809; A Familiar Epistle to the 2 vols., London, 1834 ; Specimens of the Most Impudent Man Living, London, 1749; British Poets, London, 1845. Letters and Correspondence, 2 vols., London, CARLYLE, Rev. Alexander, D.D., Auto1798; Letters : On the Spirit of Patriotism: biography, Edinburgh, 1860. On the Idea of a Patriot King, London, CARLYLE, Jane Welsh, Early Letters, 1749.

London, 1889. BORROW, George, Lavengro, London, 1888. CARLYLE, Thomas, Letters and Speeches of BOSWELL, James, Letters of James Boswell Oliver Cromwell, 3 vols., London, 1857. addressed to the Rev. J. W. Temple, London, CARROLL, Rev. W. G., Succession of Clergy 1857; Life of Johnson, edited by George in St. Bride's, &c., Dublin, 1884. Birkbeck Hill, 6 vols., Clarendon Press, 1887; CARTE, Thomas, History of England, Life of Johnson, edited by J. W. Croker, 4 vols., London, 1747–55; History of the London, 10 vols., 1835.

Life of James, Duke of Ormond, 6 vols., Boswelliana, Grampian Club Publications, Oxford, 1851. London, 1874.

CARTER, Elizabeth, Memoirs of her Life, BOURNE, Vincent, Miscellaneous Poems, by Montagu Pennington, 2 vols., London, London, 1772; Poetical Works, Oxford, 1826. 1816.

BOWEN, Lord, Virgil in English verse, CARY, Rev. Henry Francis, Lives of English London, 1887.

Poets from Johnson to Kirke White, London, BOYER, Abel, History of Queen Anne, 1846. London, 1735.

Censor, The, 3 vols., London, 1717. British Critic, The, London, 1827-43. CERVANTES, Don Quixote, 4 vols., London, BROWN, Tom, The Late Converts exposed; 1820. or the Reasons of Mr. Bays changing his CHAMBERLAYNE, Edward, Magnae BriReligion, London, 1690.

tanniae Notitia, or the State of England, BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, second Duke twenty-fifth edition, London, 1718. of, The Rehearsal, fifth edition, London, CHATHAM, Earl of, Correspondence, 4 vols., 1687; ib., London, 1710; ib., edited by London, 1838. Edward Arber, Westminster, 1898.

CHESTERFIELD, Earl of, Letters, edited by BUDGELL, Eustace, Memoirs of the Earl of Lord Mahon, 5 vols., London, 1845-53; Orrery and the Family of the Boyles, London, Letters to his son, 4 vols., London, 1774; 1732; Moral Characters of Theophrastus, Letters to his godson, Clarendon Press, 1890; London, 1714.

Miscellaneous Works, 4 vols., London, 1779. BURKE, Edmund, Works, 8 vols., London, CHETWOOD, William Rufus, General History 1808; Select Works, ed. E. J. Payne, 3 vols., of the Stage, London, 1749. Clarendon Press, 1887; Correspondence of the CHILD, Francis James, The English and Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, 4 vols., London, Scottish Popular Ballads, 5 vols., Boston, 1844. See PRIOR, Sir James.

1882-98. BURNET, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, CHILLINGWORTH, William, The Religion History of my own Time, 4 vols., London, of Protestants, Oxford, 1638. 1818; Some passages of the Life and Death CHURCHILL, Charles, Poems, 2 vols., of the Right Honourable John, Earl of London, 1766. Rochester, London, 1680.

CIBBER, Colley, An Apology for the Life of Burney, Charles, Mus. Doc., History of Colley Cibber, London, 1826; Dramatic Music, 4 vols., London, 1776-89.

Works, 5 vols., London, 1777; Letter to BURNEY, Frances, see D'ARBLAY.

Mr. Pope, London, 1742 ; Another occasional BURTON, John, B.D., The Genuineness of | Letter, London, 1744.

CIBBER, Theophilus, Lives of the Poets, COWPER, Mary, Countess, Diary, 1714-20, 5 vols., London, 1753.

London, 1864. CLARENDON, Edward, Earl of, History of COWPER, William, Life and Works, by the Rebellion, 8 vols., Oxford, 1826; ib., re- Robert Southey, 15 vols., London, 1836-7. edited by W. D. Macray, 6 vols., Oxford, Coxe, Rev. William, Memoirs of the Life 1888; Life, 3 vols., Oxford, 1827.

and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, CLARKE, John, An Essay upon Study, 3 vols., London, 1798. London, 1731.

CRABBE, Rev. George, Life and Poetical CLEVELAND, John, Poems, London, 1961; Works, 8 vols., London, 1834. Works, London, 1687.

CRAIK, Sir Henry, The Life of Jonathan COBBETT, Rev.R.S., Memorials of Twicken- Swift, London, 1882 ; also second edition, ham, London, 1872.

2 vols., London, 1894. COCKBURN, Lord, Life of Lord Jeffrey, CRASHAW, Richard, Poems, Camb. Univ. 2 vols., Edinburgh, 1852.

Press, 1904. Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 8 vols., London, Critical Review, The, London, 1756-90. 1887-98; Complete Baronetage, Exeter, 1900. CRULL, Jodocus, The Antiquities of St.

COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, Biographia Peter's; or the Abbey-Church of Westminster, Literaria, 2 vols., London, 1847; Miscel- second edition, a vols., London, 1722. lanies, Aesthetic and Literary, collected and CUMBERLAND, Richard, Memoirs, 2 vols., arranged by T. Ashe, London, 1885; Table | London, 1807. Talk and Omniana, edited by T. Ashe, London, 1884.

DALRYMPLE, Sir John, Memoirs of Great COLLIER, Jeremy, A Short View of the Britain and Ireland, 3 vols., London, 1790. Immorality of the English Stage, third DALTON, C., English Army Lists, &c., edition, London, 1698; A Defence of the 1661-1714, 6 vols., London, 1892. Short View, London, 1699.

DANTE, "Divine Comedy, The Inferno, a COLLINS, Arthur, The Peerage of England, literal Prose Translation by A. Carlyle, M.D., 5 vols., London, 1756.

second edition, London, 1882. COLLINS, William, Poetical Works, edited D'ARBLAY, Madame, Diary and Letters, with Memoir by W. Moy Thomas, London, 7 vols., London, 1842; Early Diary of Fanny 1866.

Burney, edited by A. R. Ellis, 2 vols., London, COLMAN, George, Prose on Several Occa- 1889. sions, &c., 3 vols., London, 1787.

DARWIN, Charles Robert, Life and Letters, CONGREVE, William, Amendments upon edited by F. Darwin, London, 1892; Life of Mr. Collier's False and Imperfect Citations, Erasmus Darwin, London, 1887. London, 1698; Incognita, London, 1700; DAVIES, Thomas, Dramatic Miscellanies, Works, 2 vols., London, 1719-20; Memoirs 3 vols., London, 1785; Memoirs of the Life of the Life, Writings and Amours of William of David Garrick, 2 vols., London, 1781. Congreve, by Charles Wilson, London, Defoe, Daniel, Works, 7 vols., London, 1730.

1877. CONINGTON, John, Miscellaneous Writings, DELANY, Dr. Patrick, Observations upon 2 vols., London, 1872.

Lord Orrery's Remarks on the Life and COOKE, Thomas, The Battle of the Poets, Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift, London, London, 1725; Tales, Epistles, &c., London, 1754; Letter to Deane Swift Esq. on his 1729.

Essay upon the Life, Writings and Character COOPER, Charles Henry, Annals of Cam- of. Dr. J. Swift. By the Author of the bridge, 5 vols., Cambridge, 1842-53.

Observations, London, 1755. COOPER, John Gilbert, Letters concerning DELANY, Mrs., The Autobiography and CorTaste, London, 1757.

respondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany CORY (William Johnson), Extracts from the edited by Lady Llanover, two series, Letters and Journals of William Cory, 6 vols., London, 1861-2. Oxford, 1897.

DENNIS, John, Select Works, 2 vols., COURTENAY, Thomas Peregrine, Life of London, 1718–21; Letters upon several occaSir William Temple, 2 vols., London, 1836. sions, London, 1696 ; Original Letters, COURTHOPE, William John, Addison, familiar, moral, and critical, 2 vols., London, London, 1884 ; History of English Poetry, 1721; Reflections Critical and Satyrical upon 4 vols., London, 1895-1903; see POPE. a late Rhapsody Calld An Essay upon COURTNEY, William Prideaux, Parlia- Criticism, London, 1711; Remarks on Prince mentary Representation of Cornwall to 1832, Arthur, London, 1696 ; Remarks upon Cato, London, 1889.

a tragedy, London, 1713; Remarks upon the COWLEY, Abraham, Select Works, with Dunciad, London, 1729; Remarks upon preface and notes by Bishop Hurd, 2 vols., Mr. Pope's Translation of Homer, with Two London, 1772; ib., 1777.

Letters concerning Windsor Forest and The LIVES OF POETS.

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