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Sarpedon's speech to Glaucas, 240 n. I; P., subscriptions to proposed works, live on, 403
weakest in level passages, 239 n. 1; Rome, n. 2, 404 n. 3.
time needed to see, i.95 n. 8; Young's Night AYLMER, Brabazon, assignee of Paradise
Thoughts, iii. 396 n. 2.

Lost, i. 142, 486.
ARRAS, Bishop of, ii. 220 1. 1.

AYRE, W., Life of Pope, iii, 100 n. 4, 131
Arsinoe, ii. 165.

n. I, 403 n. 3.
Art of Living in London, ii. 398 n. 1. Ayscue, Sir George, ii. 288 n. 2.
ASCHAM, Roger, Denham, imitated by, i. 78
n. 5; latinity, 87; 'quick wits,' 280.

BACON, Francis, 'commodious allusions,' i.
ASGILL, John, iii. 12.

33; Life by Mallet, iii. 404; 'live to study,
ASHE, Rev. Dillon, iii. 53 12. 6.

not study to live,' 337 n. I; no command to
Ashe, Dr. St. George, Bishop of Clogher, forgive our friends, 194 n. 1; personal de-
conferred archdeaconry on Parnell, ii. 50; formity, a spur, 196 n. 5; 'weariness to do
Swift and Stella, said to have privately the same thing,' ii. 62 n. 2.
married, iii. 30, 69.

BADIUS, iii. 317.
ASKEW, Anne, ii. 171.

Baillie, Lady Grisell, iii. 283 n. 2, 287 n. 1.
Aston, Miss Molly,' iii. 262 n. 4.

BAGOT, Hervey, i. 305 n. 5.
ASTROLOGY, judicial, i. 216, 409.

BAKER, William, grandson of younger Ton-
ATHENIAN SOCIETY, iii. 7.

son, i. 486.
ATKINSON, Mr., ii. 304 n. 2.

BALAGUER, Mr., ii. 306 n. 1.
ATTERBURY, Francis, Bishop of Rochester, BALLAD OPERA, ii. 282.
Addison's Works, dedication of, ii. 118 n. 3; BALLER, Rev. Joseph, ii. 267 n. 2.
A.'s funeral, officiates at, 156; Boyle's tutor, iii. BAMFIELD, Col., i. 73 n. 3.
11 n.4; Clarendon's History, alleged forgeries BAMPTON, i. 312.
in, ii. 18, 23; Cowley, quotes, i. 16 n. 5;

BANGOR CONTROVERSY, ii.

329.
Cragg's funeral, officiates at, iii. 260 n. 1; BANISTER, Rev., iii. 84 11. 2.
daughter dies in his arms, 271 n. 2; death in BANKS, Anne, Waller's first wife, i. 252.
exile, 271 n. 2; Dryden's Cleomenes, i. 363 BANKS, Professor Sir John, Swift's loss of
n. 5; D.'s epitaph, 469 12. 10; Duke, buries, mind, iii. 48 11. 2.
ii. 25 12. 4; Garth's epitaph to St. Évremond, BARBAULD, Mrs., i. 132 n. 4.
62 n. 7; Milton's name in Abbey, i. 150; BARBER, Alderman John, account of him,
Paradise Lost, allegory of Sin and Death i. 207 n. 6; Arbuthnot's epicurism, iii. 274;
superior to Homer, 185 n. 8; P. L., Tonson's Butler's monument, i. 207 ; offers bribe for
edition of, collects Oxford subscriptions, 198; commendation in Pope's writings, iii. 205
Samson Agonistes, urges Pope to polish,'188 11. 2 ; printed Sheffield's Works, ii. 177 n. 1;
n. 8; More's answer to Luther, 112 1. 4; printer of The Gazette, 30 nr. 6; Swift and
Philips's epitaph, 150, 314; Pope, advice Lady Somerset, iii. 69; Swift's printer, 26
to, ül. 134, 145; Dunciad, criticized, 145 n. 3;
P.'s epitaph on him, 271 n. 2; P., gives Bible BARBER, Mrs. Mary, iii. 39, 74.
to, 141 11. 3; P.'s juvenile epic, advises burning, BARBERINI, Cardinal, i. 94, 95 n. I.
89; P.'s lines on Addison, 134; preacher BARCLAY, Alexander, author of Ship of
of Bridewell Hospital, ii. 300; Prior's epitaph, Fools, iii. 317 11. 3.
195 n. 5; Shakespeare, ignorant of, iii. 139 BARCLAY AND PERKINS, ii. 212 1. I, iii.
11. 5; Tale of a Tub, ii. 18 n. 3, iii. 10 n. 5; 206 n. 1.
Tatler, ii. 23; trial before House of Lords, BARDSEY, ii. 212.
300 n. 6, iii. 140; Waller's alliteration, i. 295 BARETTI, Joseph, Anguillara's Ovid, iii.
n. 3; mentioned, iii. 375.

237 n. 1; Berni's rifacimento,' i. 455 n. 2;
ATTERBURY, Mary (Mrs. Morice), daughter Milton's Italian poetry, 161 n. 3; pastoral
of the Bishop, iii. 271 n. 2.

plays in Italy, ii. 285 n. 1; Salvini's Homer,
AUBIGNEY, see DAUBIGNY.

iii, 237 n. 2.
AUBREY, John, Butler, friendship with, i. BARKER, James, Young's footman, iii. 389.
201 n. 10; B.'s pall-bearer, 207 n. I; credi- BARNES, Joshua, account of him, iii. 81
bility, 230; Roscommon's second sight, 230; n. 2; Anacreon, ii. 89; Cowley's 'Mistresses,'
Rota Club, 126 n. I; satirical wits, 206 n. 5; i. 6; Greek, 'unoculus inter caecos' in, 138
Waller, 279 n. 1.

n. 2 ; Jeffreys, ode in praise of, ii. 89 n. 4;
AUGURELLUS, Aurelius, Gratiarum Con- Lines on Death of Queen Anne, iii. 81.
vivium, ii. 52 n. 9.

BARN-ELMS, i. 16.
AUGUSTUS, advice to his successor, iii. 103 BARNES, Rev. William, iii. 298 n. 6.
n. 5; Rome, i. 469; Virgil's Aeneid, 326. BARNSTAPLE, ii. 267.

AUTHORS, affectation of production of works BARROW, Rev. Dr. Isaac, i. 418 n. 5.
by chance, ii. 214; critics treated with con- BARROW, Dr. Samuel, Latin verses on
tempt, iii. 91; gentlemen first, ii. 226; judge- Paradise Lost, i. 183 n. 2.
ment of their own works, i, 147, ii. 206; BARRY, Mrs. Ann Spranger, iii. 409 n. 4.

n. 3.

jii. 350.

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BARRY, Mrs. Elizabeth, played in Congreve's
Old Bachelor, ii. 215 n. 6; Otway's Orphan,
i. 245 n. 2 ; Smith's Phaedra, ii. 19 n. 1.

BARRYMORE, Elizabeth, Countess of,
daughter of Earl Rivers, ii. 326 n. 3, 439.

BARTON, Catherine, Sir Isaac Newton's
niece, ii. 42 1. 3.

BATEMAN, Edmund, tator of Christ Church,
ii. 409 n. 2.
BATH, Earl of, see GRENVILLE, Sir John.
BATH, Allen, Ralph, Mayor of, iii. 195 n. 4;
Broome's tomb, 80; Congreve's journey, ii.
327; Dorset's death, i. 306; hospital, iii. 196;
Lady Macclesfield, ii. 378; Shenstone's visits,

BATHURST, first Earl, Burke's speech, men-
tioned in, iii. 205 n. 8; described by John-
son, 205 n. 8; Dunciad, one of nominal
publishers, 148 n. 6; Epistle to Bathurst,
complains of, 173 n. 4; Essay on Man and
Bolingbroke, 163 n. 4; Pope's Iliad, 113
n. 4; P.'s over-eating, 200 n. 2; Prior's Alma,
ii. 205 n. 4; P. and Lewis, 198 n. 2;
spoiled by wealth,' iii. 205 n. 8.
BATHURST, Dr. Ralph, President of Trinity
College, Oxford, ii. 6.
BAUDIUS, on Erasmus, i. 155.
BAXTER, Richard, 198, iii. 311 12. 3.
BEACONSFIELD, i. 268, 277.
BEAMINSTER, ii. 32 n. 2.
BEATTIE, Dr. James, Addison's prose, ii.
150n. I; Blackmore's paraphrases, 240 11. 2 ;
Gray's debt to Dryden, iii. 435 n. 5; G., visited
by, 428; Johnson's regard for him, 428 n. 1.

BEAUFORT, Henry Somerset, second Duke
of, ii. 299.
BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER, King and No
King, i. 476 n. 3, 478, iii. 212 n. 3; Rollo,
Duke of Normandy, i. 246 1. I, 475 n. 3,
479; plots in Spanish stories, 347.
BECCLES, ii. 265.
BECKETT, Mr., the bookseller, iii. 284 n. 3.
BECKINGHAM, Charles, Savage's Life, ii.
354 n. 1.
BEDDOES, Thomas Lovell, iii. 360.
BEDDOES, Dr. Thomas, iii. 360.
BEHN, Afra, i. 242 n. 1, 399.
BELCHFORD, iii. 344.
Bell, Mr., Thomson's brother-in-law, iii. 296.
BEMBO, Cardinal, Epitaph on Raphael, iii.
265 n. 2.
BENEFIT OF CLERGY, ii. 350 n. 2.
Benlow and Dallison's Reports, ii. 65.
BENNET, see ARLINGTON.
BENSON, William, Dobson's Paradisus
Amissus, iii, 170 n. 3; Milton's monument,
i. 150 ; Thomson, advice to, iii. 283 n. 2.
BENTHAM, Jeremiah, father of Jeremy
Bentham, i. 126 n. 6, iii. 85 n. 6.
BENTHAM, Jeremy, Luctus on George II's
death, iii. 312 n. 2;

Milton's house,

126
3. 6; Paradise Lost, frightened by, 181 n. 5;
Watts's Logic, iii. 308 n. 4.

BENTLEY, Dr., astrology, i. 409 n. 3; Cobb,
the Pindarist, reply to, iii. 227 ; deterred
from printing by war taxes, ii. 154; English
tongue might be made immutable, iii. 16 n.
4; episcopacy, argumen: for, i. 258 n. 1;
Horace, Comments on, 413 n. 1; Newton's
epitaph, iii. 270 n. 2 ; Paradise Lost, edition
of, i. 181, 188, 198, ii. 261 n. 3, 293 n. 3;
Phalaris controversy, i. 332 n. 4, ii. 27, iii.
II n. 4; Pope's dislike to him, 213 n. 2; Pi's
Prol. Sat. and Dunciad, attacked in, 138 n. 6,
142, 276; P.'s Iliad, will not call it Homer,
213 n. 2; P.'s Sober Advice from Horace,
176 n. 1, 276; Rowe's Lucan, ii. 77 n. 5;
'to a Bentley 'tis we owe a Boyle,' 60 n. 2;
verses on death of Prince George of Den-
mark, 46 n. 2; verses, his English, i. 38, ii.
272 n. 1 ; Warburton's learning, iii. 165 n. 3.
BENTLEY, Richard, junior, designs for
Gray's Poems, iii. 425, 443 ; Pope's Sober
Advice, 176 n. 1, 276.
BENTLEY, Thomas, the nephew, iii, 276.
BENTLEY, the bookseller, i. 247 n. 4.
BÉRANGER, 'Chantez, pauvre petit,' iii. 196
BERKELEY, Bishop, Addison's Cato, ii.
IOI nn., 157; Garth's death-bed, 62 n. 7; Kil-
kenny school, 213 n. 3; Lord Orrery, iii. 67;
Rape of the Lock, 104; Steele's extravagance,
ii. 150; Swift's alleged marriage, iii. 69;
S.'s good nature and agreeableness, 56 n. 1;
' wit of no party,' ii. 225 n. 4.
BERKELEY, Charles, second Earl of, iii. 8.
BERKELEY, Elizabeth, Countess of, iii. 13.
BERKELEY, George Monck, Swift's alleged
marriage, iii. 69; S.'s belief

in Revelation, 54
n. 4; S. and Orrery, 67 ; S.'s private devo-
tions, 55 n. 1 ; Stella's niece, 43 n. 4.
BERNARDI, Major John, iii. 258 n.

3.
BERNI, Francesco, i. 455.
BEROALDS, the, i. 455.
Berry, Miss Mary, iii. 134 n. 2.
"Best to sit next the chimney when the
chamber smokes,' i. 234.

BETHEL, Mr., iii. 199 n. 2.
BETTERTON, Thomas, Dryden's Troilus and
Cressida, i. 356 n. 6; Milton's escape, 129.
New Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields, ii.
218; Pope's portrait of him, iii. 107; P.
revises his modern version of Chaucer, 108.
BETTESWORTH, Sergeant, iii. 44, 314 n. 2.

BEZA, Ad Musas, Iocus, ii. 52 n. 8; Hessus's
Iliad, iii. 114 n. 3.

BIBLE, The, 'best translation in the world,'
iii. 236 n. 3.

Billingsgate, i. 323, 360 n. 7, iii. 202 n. 2.
BINFIELD, iii. 85, 86, 89, 90, 134.
BINNING, Lord, iii. 287.
Biographia

Britannica, Vindicatio Britan-
nica, i, 146 n. 4.
BIOGRAPHY, penury of English, i. 1.
BIRCH, Rev. Dr. Peter, Waller's son-in-law,
i. 275, 276, 277.

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BIRCH, Dr. Thomas, Eikon Basilike, i. III; 2; P., attacks, 247; - Prince Arthur,
Milton's daughter, 199; M.'s grand-daughter, first published work, 237; Cibber's Love's
visited, 159 12. 2; M.'s family, MS.account, 158 Last Shift, mentioned in, 238 12. 7 ; Dennis,

attacked by, 238; Hill's contempt for it,
BIRMINGHAM, coaches to London, iii. 239 n. 6; Macaulay refers to it, 238 1. 2;
349 1. 2.

Pope's note on it, 250 n. 4; popularity, 238;
BLABY, ii. 25 n. 2.

praised by Wesley, 238 n. 6; Preface, 240 ;
BLACKBOROUGH, M., Milton's relative, i. Song of Mopas, 238, 255; written by catches
107.

and starts,' 237;

private life, 236, 253 ;
BLACKHEAD, Stephen, ii. 35, 36.

Psalms, metrical version of, 249 ; 'reasons
BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, Accomplished | poetically,' 254; Redemption, 249, 250 n. 4;
Preacher, ii. 252; Addison, praised by, 243, republican, 238 12. 6; residence, 236; St.
246 n. 3; Advice to the Poets, 242; birth, Edmund Hall, Oxford, 235 ; Satire against
&c., 235 ; 'bye-word of contempt,' 252 ; Wit, i. 402, ii. 241; school, kept a, 235;
Alfred, 242 n. 1, 249, 250; A., dedication Smith, attacked by, 17 n. 1, 236 n. 5; Swift,
to, 240, 241 11.5; Cheapside, language of, 238, praised by, 240 1. 4; S., attacked by, 340
241; C., resided in, 336; city bard,' 236 1. 4, 246 n. 3; Sydenham's advice, 236;
n. 6; College of Physicians, 236, 249; com- Tale of a Tub, 247 ; transmitted knowledge,
position, manner and times of, 237; Con- 250; travels, 235; Treatise of Consumptions,
greve, complimented by, 241 n. 3 ; see Con. 250, 251 n. 5; Treatise on the Spleen, 248,
GREVE; copy-money,' took no, 237 n. 1; 250; Treatise upon the Small Pox, 250, 251

Creation, account of it, 242; Addison's n. 4; Westminster School, 235; Whig, a,
Spacious Firmament, compared to, 243 n. 4; 240; William III and the Muses, 239 11. 7;
Darwin's Botanic Garden not modelled on Wit, account of, 246; wits, malignity of
it, 243 n. 2; inserted in Eng. Poets by John-the, 239, 252 ; wrote for fame, 237;
son, 242, iii. 302 ; Johnson's criticism, ii. quotations, Creation, 243 n. 4, 248 1. 1,
254 ; P-pe's Essay on Man, passage resem- 254 n. 3; Kit-K’ats, 239 n. 7; Paraphrase
bling, 254 1. 3; praised by Addison and 011 Job, 240 n. 2; Prince Arthur, 241 n. 2,
Dennis, 243 ; p. by Cowper, 244 n. 1 ; p. by 255 ; Satire against IVit, i. 402, ii. 241
Southey, 243 11. 2; critics, attacks of,
235 n. 2, 239, 253 ; death, 252; Dennis, BLACKMORE, Robert, the poet's father, ii. 235.
attacked by, 238 ; D., praised by, 243 ; D., BLACKSTONE, -, Otway's friend, i. 247 11. 4.
praises, 239; doctor of physic, 335; drama- BLACKSTONE, Sir William, Lawyer's Fare-
tists, attacks, 240; Dryden, attacked by, i. well to his Muse, iii. 359; liberty of the
386, 402, 403, ii. 235 n. 5, 236 11. 6, 237 11. press, i. 108 n. 5; Pembroke College, Oxford,
4, 239 n. 4, 240; D., attacks, i. 402, ii. 241; member of, iii. 359 ; Pope's charges against
Elisa, 242, 250 11. 4; Essays, 246; Garth, Addison, confutes, 133 1. 2.
attacked by, 340 n. 4; Gay, ridiculed by, BLADEN, Col. Martin, iii. 336 11. 3.
242 11. I, 249 nn. 252 n. 6; George I, praises, BLADEN, Martin, of Wigan, Esq., iii. 336 n. 3.
241 n. 5 ; Hanoverian succession, 240 ; Blair, Dr. Hugh, Pope anecdotes, iii. 113
Hearne, described by, 235 n. 7; Hippocrates, 11. 4, 163 n. 4.
censures, 251 ; Hisi.of

n. 6.

the Conspiracy against Blake, William, angel that murdered the
Will. III, 252 ; 'honest, very, 240; inocu- infant, ii. 56; Philips's Pastorals, drawings
lation, attacks, 250 ; Instructions to Van- for, iii. 316 n. 3.
derbank, 242 n. 6; Just Prejudices against BLAKENEY, Robert, Swift's butler, iii. 36.
the Arian Hypothesis, 252 ; King Arthur, BLAKESLEY, i. 332 n. 1.
i. 402 n. 2, ii. 239, 241, 250 n. 4, 251 1. I; BLAND, Dr. Henry, ii. 104.
Kit-cat Club, poem on, 242; knighted, 239; BLANDFORD, Marquis of, elegies on, ii. 231,
Latin verses, 237; Lay Monastery, 244 ; 359.
literature, small, 253 ; Locke and Molyneux, BLANDFORD, iii. 277.
praised by, 238 nn., 251 n. 1; magnanimity BLANK Verse, history and estimate by
as an author, 253 ; Maurus,' 235 n. 5, 240 Johnson, i. 191-4; Akenside's superiority,
nr. 3, 252 1. 6; Nature of Man, 249; iii. 417; but it is blank verse,' 406; Cowper
Natural Theology, 252; Oxford, M.A. on its difficulty, 238 1. 3 ; crippled prose'
degree, 235; O., reversionary bequest unless tumid and gorgeous, ii. 319; difficulty,
to, 252 n. 5; Padua degree, 335; Para- iii. 238 n. 3; distresses of rhymne,' i. 139 ;
phrase on Job, 240; physician, practised as Dryden's time, not understood in, 338 11. I;
a, 236, 241 n. 3, 250 ; p. to William III, 'lapidary style, 193; Milton's 'to be ad-
239; p., native genius more valuable than mired rather than imitated,' 194; Paradise
learning, 252 ; placability, 239; poets united Lost and Philips's Cyder, 319; Pope found it
against him, 241 ; 'poet sinks, man rises,' less easy than rhyme, iii. 238 1.3; rhyme un-
239; Pope, attacked by, 236 nn., 237 nn., fettered verse,' 377; Shenstone's' blank verses
239 nr. 5, 240 n. 2, 250 nn., 252 n. 6, 381 n. like those of his neighbours,' 358; super-

adds disgust to an unpleasing subject,' 346 ;
support of striking images needed, i. 237,
319; Thomson's Seasons, would have been
embarrassed by rhyme, iii. 299; unsuited to
English language, i. 192 ; 'verse only to the
eye, 193; Voltaire remarks, 192 n. 8;
Young's Night Thoughts, rhyme not suited
for, iii. 395.

BLENHEIM, called forth all the verse-men,'
ii. 186.

Blois, ii. 85.
BLOUNT, Lister, of Mapledurham, father of
Martha and Teresa, iii. 274.

BLOUNT, Mr., of Twickenham, Broome's
payment for Odyssey, iii. 78 n. 4.

BLOUNT, Mr., Garth, carried the Father to,
ii. 63 n. 2; Pope, a Whig, iii. 140 n. 5.

Blount, Martha, Allens, quarrel with the,
iii. 190 n. 3, 195 ; birth, &c., 274; Boling-
broke's rudeness, 190 ; death, 275; Gay's
lines on her, 274; manner and conversation,
275; personal appearance, 274, 275; Pope,
becomes acquainted with, 185 n. 7; P.'s be.
quest, 190 n. 4, 195; P.'s Characters of
Women addressed to her, 175, 274; P.,
coming in cheered, 190 n. 3; P., influence
over, 195; P.'s last illness, 190 ; P.'s letters
to her, 274; P., relations with, 190, 274;
Swift's Letter to a Lady on her marriage,
42 n. 5; Warburton's spite to her, 175 n. 2.
BLOUNT, Teresa, Pope, acquaintance with,
iii. 185 n. 7; P.'s letters to her, 274; personal
appearance, 274; wit, 275.

BOARD OF TRADE, literary associations, ii.
184 n. 5.
BOCCACCIO, Homer, composed prose version
for Petrarch, iii. 317 n. 2; regretted his
writings, i. 290 n. 6.
BOCCALINI, ii. 160.
BOCHART, Samuel, i. 229, 230.
Boddice, iii. 197.

BOERHAAVE, Dr. Herman, ii. 334 n. 2,
433 n. 4.
BOIARDO, i. 454.

BOILEAU, Addison's Latin poems, ii. 82 ;
A., meeting with, i. 471 1. 4, ii. 82 1. 6;
Aristotle and Corneille, i. 471 n. 4; celestial
interposition, 385; couplets, 443 n. 8, iii.
250 n. 4; declamations round medals, 260
n. 2; Epitre à mes vers, and Pope's Prol. to
the Satires, 177; Équivoque, i. 388; great
burlesque, i. 323 . 3; gunpowder, 430; in.
scriptions on Lewis XIV's Victories,' ii. 184;
La Bruyère's Caractères, 93; levity on sacred
subject, i. 404.n. 3; Le Lutrin and Rape
of the Lock, iii. 234; model to Pope and
Johnson, i. 224 n. 1; modern Latin poetry,
contempt for, ii. 82, iii. 182; Molière's
burial, ii. 220 n. 1; morality, nothing to
shock, iii. 301 n. 3; 'mourir par métaphore,
ii. 315 n. 5; mysteries of religion and verse,
i. 182 n. I;

Ode sur la prise de Namur,
Pope refers to it, 289 n. 6; Prior's burlesque,

ii. 203;

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petty lie to Louis XIV, 213 ;
qu'on me lise, non pas me loue,' 214 n. 2;
rhyme, i. 200; à rien faire or à ne rien
faire, 225; Rochester's favourite author, 221;
Roscommon borrows from him, 237; Satire
sur les Femmes and Pope's Characters of
Women, iii. 245; Satire sur l'Homme and
Rochester's Satire against man, i. 226;
translations, iii. 237 n. 4; quotations,
L'Art poétique, i. 6 n. 7, 182 n. 1, 443 n. 8;
Épîtres, 404 n. 3, ii. 220 n. I; Satires, i.
200, 225 n. 2, ii. 315 n. 5.
Bois, Mr., i, 17.
BOLINGBROKE, Henry St. John, first Vis-
count, Attainder Bill, ii. 292; Battersea,
visited like a shrine at, iii. 195 n. 2 ; being
of a superior order,' 191 n. 5; Burke on his
writings, 408 1. 1 ; Cato and Booth, ii. 101 ;
charged blunderbuss against religion,' iii.
407 N. 4; conversation, inattentive in, 201
n. 2, 209 n. 1; Dryden, visits, i. 388 n. 5,
407; established errors useful to maintain
society, iii. 163 n. 3; Europe's happiness
and liberties, game of his youth, 193 n. I;
Familiar Epistle to the most impudent man
living, 195 n. 2 ; 'feast of reason and the
flow of soul,' 135 1. 1; Fenton, promised
employment to, ii. 258; Foster's sermon,
387 1. I; French idioms, iii. 250; Garth's
good nature, ii. 62 n. 3;'going down the hill,'
iii. 189 n. 2; Good Friday dinner to Addison
and Swift, ii. 125 n. 2 ; Granville, 295 n. 1 ;
Harley, charges against, üi. 17 n. 3; H.,
quarrel with, 24, 26 ; impeached by Walpole,
ii. 192 n. 3; intimacy with him, no good
man would wish it known to posterity, iii.
206; kindness, difficult to gain or keep, 407 ;
letter, long artificial, 159; 1. to Queen Anne,
ii. 188; 1., Prior, 189, 190; 1., Swift, 194 n. 3;
Lyttelton, flattered, iii. 449 n. 2; Mallet's
edition of his Works, 407, 408 r. 1; M.
employed by him to blast Pope's memory,
407; Patriot King, original in British
Museum, 193 n.4; Pope refers to it, 195 n. 1;
published, 193 1. 2; school declamation,'
193 n. I; secret edition burnt, 193 ;
peace mission to Paris, ii, 189; Philips, J.,
patron of, i. 313, 316, 318; poetry, in youth
cultivated, 407; Pope's Atossa,' iii.272;
P.'s breach of trust, 193, 214, 407 ; P., con-
cealed his opinions from, 169; P.'s deathbed,
grief at, 191, 194; P., priest's visit to, enraged
by, 191 n. 7; Essay on Man, address to him
in, 194 n. 1 ; ascribed to him, 161 n. 2; his
share in it, 163, 169; P.'s exaggerated praise of
him, 169 n. 3, 206 1. 3; P., friendship with,
191 ; Iliad, obtained original copy, 119; P.'s
last illness, 189; P.'s memory, sets to work to
blast, 193, 407; P.'s papers bequeathed to
him, 11911. 3, 192; Sober Advice from Horace,
176 n. 1; P.'s tender heart, 191; P. and trans-
lation, 110 n. 2; —' refinement,' 15 n. 3;
sacramental test, takes, 13 n. 1; Savage, praised

i. 117

by, ii. 392;

Swift's bagatelles, iii. 46 n. 1; secretary, 258 ; Phalaris, i. 332 n. 4, ii. 60
S. and Duchess of Somerset, 69; S. and Eng- n. 2, iii. 11 1. 4.
lish living, 62; S.'s exaggeration of danger, Boyle, Henry, Chancellor of the Exchequer,
36 n. 1; Free Thoughts on Present State of ii. 88.
Affairs, 26 n. 3; S.'s friend, descended to be,' BOYLE, John, fifth Earl of Orrery, ii. 258
206 n. 3 ; S., got £10 o Treasury order for, 23 n. 4. See ORRERY.
n. I; Hist. of Four last Years of Queen Anne, BOYLE, Richard, second son of Earl of
27 n. 5, 28 n. 2 ; S.'s journey to France, ad- Burlington, i. 305 n. 2,
vises against, 39 n. 1; S.'s love of money, 57 BRACEGIRDLE, Mrs., ii. 215 n. 6, 227 n. 4.
». 1; S. and Pope, confederacy with, 212 n. 3; BRADFORD, Francis Newport, Earl of, iii. 362.
S. and Stella, 41 n. 5; S., warned never to BRADY, Dr. Nicholas, Aeneid, versified, i.
appear cold by, 7 n. 4; Twickenham, 453; metrical version of Psalms, ii. 249.
visits, 135 n. 1; Voltaire on his maxim all BRAGGE, Ben, i. 324.
is for the best,' 144 n. 2; Warburton, hatred BRAMHALL, John, Archbishop of 'Armagh,
of, 167 n. 2, 169; W.'s vindication of Pope,
answers, 195.

Brent, Mrs., Swift's housekeeper, iii. 45 n. 1.
BOLINGBROKE, Lady, iii. 200.

BRESSE, Mary, Waller's second wife, i. 254.
BOLTON, Duchess of, see FENTON, Lavinia. BRETT, Anna Margaretta, Savage's ball-
BONA, Cardinal, Divina Psalmodia, ii. 56. sister, ii. 376 11, 2; George I's mistress, 438;
BOND, Mr. William, ii. 341 n. 7.

marriage, 439.
BONSTETTEN, M. de, Gray's friend, iii. 430 BRETT, Col., Countess of Macclesfield's
9. 3, 431 nn., 445.

second husband, account of him, ii. 438;
BONTEMS, Madame, iii. 287 n. 5.

Addison's companion, 132; anecdotes of
BONWICKE, Ambrose, ii. 258.

him, 377 11.5,438; marriage, 323; death, 438.
BOOKSELLERS,
generous liberal-minded

BRETT, Mrs., see MACCLESFIELD, Countess
men,' i. 407 n. 3; 'mercantile ruggedness,' of.
407; 'oppress the genius by which they are BRIDEKIRK, ii. 304.
supported,' ii. 367.

BRIDGES, Rev. Ralph, iii. 252.
Booth, Barton, the actor, ii. 101.

BRIDGMAN, Mr., i. 480.
BORDELON, Laurent, iii. 182 n. 4.

BRIDGEMAN, Sir Orlando, Chief Justice of
BORROW, George, Otway, Milton and the Common Pleas, i. 127 n. 4.
Butler, i. 248 1. I.

BRIDGEWATER, John Egerton, first Earl of,
Boscan, i. 193 n. 6.

lord president of Wales, i. 92.
BOSCAWEN, Hugh, first Viscount Falmouth, BRIDGEWATER, John Egerton, second Earl
ii. 191, 192.

of, Comus, elder brother in, i. 92 ; Milton's
BOSCA WEN, Mrs., iii. 388.

Defensio, 92 n. 3:
Boswell, James, Critical Strictures, iii. BRIGHT, Mr. Henry, Butler's schoolmaster
408 n. 3; Croft's Life of Young, 361 1. 1; at Worcester, i. 201.
Johnson's inattention to minute accuracy, 281 BRISTOL, George Digby, second Earl of, i.
n. 4; Temple and he read Gray all night, 278 n. 2.
429 n.4; Thomson's Life, assists Johnson in, BRISTOL, Guildhall, ii. 427 n. 4; Newgate,
281 nn., 295.

421; St. Peter's, 429; Savage at, 414, 417-
BOSWELL, James, Junior, Pope and Carew, 29; White Lion, 420.
iii. 267 n. 1; Whetstone's epitaph on Dyer, Britain, iii. 266 n. 3.
269 n. 3.

Broad-piece, i. 259 n. I.
BOU HOURS, Father Dominic, i. 326, 378 BROCKET, Rev. Lawrence, Professor of
n. 5, 379 1. 3.

Modern History at Cambridge, iii. 427,
BOULTER, Hugh, Archbishop of Armagh, 428 n. 3.
account of him, ii. 322 ; death, 323 11. I; BROÉ, S. de, Histoire de deux Triumvirats,
Irish coinage, 71; Johnson's praise, 322; i. 246 n. 3.
Philips, A., literary associate and patron of, BROMLEY, Rt. Hon. William, ii. 45, 48.
322 ; Swift, reproves, 37.

BROOKE, Henry, author of Gustavus Vasa,
BOURNE, Vincent, In Miltonum, i. 150 n. 4; ii. 179 n. 6, 292.
verses thanking Addison's physician, ii. 111 BROOME, Richard, Ben Jonson's follower,
n. 5.

iii. 81 1. 3.
Bowen, Lord, Dryden's Virgil, i. 449 BROOME, William, Anacreon, translations
11. 3

from, iii. 80; Barnes, line resembling, 81;
BOWER, Archibald, iii. 448 n. 7, 451, 459. birth, &c., 75; buried in Bath Abbey, 80;
BOWLAND FOREST, ii. 57 n. 2.

Cambridge life, 75; C., LL.D. degree, 79;
Bowman, Mrs., the actress, ii. 215 11. 6. character described by Ford, 75; Charles
Bowyer, Sir William, i. 479.

Chester,' M.D., 80; death, 80; ecclesiastical
BOYLE, Charles, fourth Earl of Orrery, preserment, 79, 80; Eton, 75; Fenton,
account of him, ii. 258 n. 3; Fenton, his friend and associate of, ii. 261, 265; Ford,

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