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his friend, 261, iii. 75; Gent. Mag., con- attacked by, 205 n. 4; profanity, 277; Re-
tributed to, 80; Henley's distich, 81; hearsal, The, 368; Rochester, praised by,
Homeric lyre,' 276; Iliad, translation with 303 n. 8; Sprat, his chaplain, ii. 33.
Ozell and Oldisworth, 76; I., versifies parts BUCKINGHAM, Catharine, Duchess of, Shef-
in style of Milton,' 76 n. 4; see BROOME, field's wife, account of her, ii. 173; divorced
Pope's Iliad; King's Coll., Camb., no vacant from Earl of Anglesey, 28 ; Pope's 'Atossa,'
scholarship, 75; marriage, 79; Merry Wives 173 n. 12, iii. 273; P.'s Odyssey, sub-
of Windsor, ii. 261; Miscellany of Poems, scribed for, 142 n. 4; pride, her, ii. 167 n. 1,
iii. 79; Odyssey, Bks. xi and xii, version of, 173 nn. 7, 12.
ii. 260 n. I; payments received, Miscellaneous BUCKINGHAM, Edmund Sheffield, second
Poems, iii. 79 n. 5; p.s., Pope's Odyssey, 78; Duke of, ii. 173 ; Pope's epitaph on him, iii.

Pope's advice, 221 n. 2; Bathos and 270.
Dunciad, attacked in, 78, 79; P.'s enemies, BUCKINGHAM, John Sheffield, Duke of, see
attacked by, 79 n. 2, 81; P., extravagant SHEFFIELD.
compliments to, 79 n. 4; P., coldness with, BUCKLEY, Samuel, publisher of Daily Cou-
78; Iliad, aided in notes, 76, 77 n. 2, 115, rant, ii. 385 1. 2.
116; P., introduced to, 76; P.'s letter to him BUCKNILL, Sir John Charles, M.D., iii. 4 n. 7.
on Fenton's death, ii. 365; P.'s Miscellanies, BUDGELL, Eustace, account of him, iii. 325;
contributed to, iii. 76; Odyssey, his part in, Addison, lodged in same house as, ii. 122, iii.
ii. 259, iii. 76–8, 140, 141, 142 n. 2, 231 n. 2, 325; A.,'stamped himself’into acquaintance
241; P., reconciled with, 79; Shakespeare, with, 325; calls Addison cousin, 315, 325;
139 n. 5; P.'s tool and dupe, 77 11. 3; Bee, The, ii. co n. 5; Bentley and Boyle, iii.
rector of Pulham, ii. 265, iii. 80; rhymes, II n. 4; Devonshire man, 326; Epilogue to
faulty, 80 n. 7; St. John's College, Cam- Distrest Mother, 315; Moral Characters of
bridge, 75; Walpole, flattered, 80 n. 1; Theophrastus, ii. 95; place, gets a, iii. 316

quotations, Epistle 10 Fenton, 80 11. 1, n. 1 ; Pope's Three Gentle Shepherds, one of,
81 ; Melancholy, 80 11.7; To Mr. Pope upon ii. 122 n. 6; 'Sir Roger de Coverley,' 96 ;
the edition of his Works, 1725, 79 1?. 4,

suicide, iii. 326.
139 n. 5; To Mr. Pope, who corrected my

Bulk, ii. 399
Verses, 79 n. 4.

BULLOCK, Christopher, ii. 330.
BROUNCKER, Lord, i. 83.

Bulls, iii. 97.
BROWN, Sir George, “Sir Plume' of Rape BUNYAN, John, passed over by Hume, i.
of the Lock, iii. 102.

235 n. 3.
BROWN, Hawkins, Imitations of Eng. Poets, BURFORD, i. 219.
On Tobacco, iii. 209 n. 5.

BURGESS, Anne, see Hughes, Mrs.
BROWN, Thomas, Dryden's dislike of priests, BURGEss, Daniel, the preacher, ii. 300;
i. 403 ; D.'s funeral, burlesque verses on, 381 'thorough paced doctrine,' 301 n. 1.
1. 3; D.'s Life of Xavier, 379; Reasons of BURGHFIELD, iii. 62 n. 3.
Mr. Bayes's changing his religion, 381, 382 ; BURGHLEY, William Cecil, first Lord, bene-
Reasons of Mr. Hains the player's conversion, factor of St. John's, Cambridge, ii. 181 n. 7;
381.

mentioned, iii. 372.
BROWNE, Sir Thomas, 'Do the devils lie?' BURGHLEY, Lord, Young's pupil, iii. 369.
i. 269 n. 6; Pembroke College, Oxford, BURKE, Edmund, Addison on immortality,
member of, iii. 359, 360; Religio Medici and ii. 149 1. 4; Beggar's Opera, 277 1. I; Board
Dryden's Religio Laici, i. 442.

of Trade and literature, 184 n. 5; Boling-
BROWNING, Robert, iii. 360.

broke's writings, iii. 408 1. 1; Chatham and
BROWNLOW, Anne, Lord Tyrconnel's sister, Woollen Act, joke on, 345 n. 1 ; Croft's Life

of Young, 361 17. 1; Dryden's extravagant
BRVEYS, Le Grondeur and L'Avocat Patelin, panegyrics, i. 400 n. 1; D., style formed on,
i. 243 n. 2.

418 n. 5; Hist. of Four last Years of Queen
BRUTUS, THE TROJAN, iii. 188.

Anne, iii. 28 n. 3; Journal to Stella, 23 n. 4;
BUBB, Oxford wit, ii. 304 12. 1.

mankind, thinks better of, ii. 430 n. 2 ; 'meta-
BUCER, Martin, i. 196.

physic,' i. 68; music, no relish for, iii. 228
BUCKHURST, Lord, see sixth Earl of DORSET. n. 5; Swift's sermons, 54 11. 3 ; 'where
BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, first Duke mystery begins justice ends,' ii. 387 1. 1.
of, i. 288.

BURLEIGH, Mrs., the bookseller, ii. 247 n. 4.
BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, second Duke BURLESQUE, i. 216, 218, 323.
of, Butler, attacked by, i. 205 n. 7, 206; B., BURLINGTON, Richard Boyle, first Earl of,
neglects, 205; Chancellor of Cambridge, 205;
Cowley's lease of Queen's lands, 16,67; Ci's BURLINGTON, Richard Boyle, third Earl of,
pall-bearer, 17 1. 8; Dryden, attacked by, architecture, knowledge of, iii. 206 n. 2; Gay,
205 n. 4, 206 n. 1, 368 n. 9; D., attacks, assists, ii, 272 ; Pope's intimacy with him,
368 ; philosopher's stone, 206 n. 2; Pope, iii. 199 n. 2, 206 ; P.'s Dunciad, one of

ji. 440.

i. 232.

nominal publishers of, 148 n. 6; Walpole, BUSENELLO, ii, 242 12. 8.
praised by, 206 11. 2.

BUSH, Mr., secretary to Earl of Berkeley,
BURNET, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, iii. 8.
accident, iii

. 143 11. 3; Buckingham's chemi- BUTE, third Earl of, iii. 427.
cal pursuits, i. 206 1. 2; Dryden, satirized BUTE, Lady, iii. 202 11. 2.
by, 380 n. 2; Duchess of York's Italian de- BUTLER, Samuel, Aubrey, friendship with,
ception, ii. 287 1. 6; Eikon Basilike, i. 197; i. 201 n. 10, 207 11. 1; authorities for his
funeral sermon on Young's father, iii. 363 ; life, 201; birth, &c., 201; Buckingham, neg.

Hist. of my own Times, Granville an- lected by, 205 ; 'bye-paths of literature,
swers, ii. 292; parodied by Pope, iii. 144; 212; Cambridge, 201, 202 n. 2; Charles II's

impartiality, protests, ii. 292 12. 7; reported bounty, 205; Clarendon's unsui-
inaccuracy, i. 128 ; knight errant against filled promises, 204 ; clerk to Mr. Jefferys,
popery, iii. 20 11. 3; Life and Death of J.P., 202 ; Common law, studies, 204 ; com-
Rochester, i. 222; Milton's escape, 128; monplace book, 213; Cooper, Samuel,
Monk, calumnies on, ii. 292; Paralise Lost, friendship with, 202 ; Countess of Kent, in
i. 198 ; playhouses in Dryden's time, 365 service of, 203 ; death, 206 ; Dryden's lines
M 7; Reflections on Varillas's History, 379 on him, 207 11. 5; education, 201, 202 ;
11. 4; Rochester's conversion, 220, 221; ser- Elephant in the Åloon, 208 1. 5; extrava-
mon before House of Commons, ii. 37; Sprat's gant panegyrics, 400 11. I; funeral, 207;
rival, 37;

Swift, disliked by, iii. 20; Genuine Remains, 208 1. 4; 'glory and
Dissentions in Athens and Rome, ascribed scandal of his age,' 207 11. 4; gout, 200 n. 6;
to him, 10;

* venomously nice in his Hudibras, abrupt ending, 206; Addi-
commendations,' i. 280 n. 2; Waller's parlia- son's criticism, 217 nn.; admired for wrong
mentary eloquence, 280; Wharton, Lady parts, 217 11. 4; another Hudibras would not
Anne, iii. 367.

obtain same regard, 218; astrology satirized,
BURNET, Thomas, Judge of the Common 216; 'bear and fiddle,' 211; begun in Sir
Pleas, Granville's criticism on Hist. of my Samuel Luke's service, 203 ; bullion which
Own Times, answers, ii. 293; Mohawk, a, will last, 214 11. 2; composition, 213; court,
iii. 136 n. 4; Pope's Iliadi, criticized, 136 ; admired at, 204; dialogue, 211; diction,
P.'s Dunciad, inserted in, 151.

217; discontinuity of action, 211; doggerel
BURNEY, Dr. Charles, iii. 297 n. 3.

rhymes oftenest quoted, 217 12. 4; Don
BURNEY, Dr. Charles, junior, Johnson's Quixote, contrasted with, 209; 'drum ecclesi-
Cicero, purchased, i. 320 11. 2; Milton's astic,' 217 1. 4; Dryden's criticism, 217 1.
Greek poetry, 91 n. 9.

2; English only read it, 209 n. 4; first part
BURNEY, Frances, Hawkesworth's talk, iii. published, 204; Grey's edition, 214 11. 2;
07; Johnson accuses her of writing Scotch, Hudibras's flagellation, 216 ; H., representa-
187 n. 3; proof sheets of Life of Pope, 82 n. 1. tive of Presbyterians, 210; Hume's estimate

Burns, Robert, Addison's Vision of Mirza of it, 212 nn.; humour often lost, 214 ; learn-
and 'How are thy servants bless'd,' ii. 144 11. ing, 212 n. 6 ; moon, description of, 217 11.
6; not indebted for praise to charitable con- 1, iii. 300 11. 1, 417; paucity of events, i.
sideration of origin, 180 11. 3 ; Paradise Lost, 211; Pepys finds it silly, 204 nn. ; perishable
Satan its hero, i, 176 n. 3; Pastoral Poetry, part, 213; 'pious frauds,' 379 1. 1; plan,
iii. 317 n. 1; l'oct's Epitaph, ii. 434 n. 1 ; wants, ii. 20% ; Prior's Alma, compared
Shenstone's Elegies, iii. 355 11. 1; Young's with, ii. 205; probability required by bur-
Night Thoughts, 395 n. 4.

lesque, violates, i. 216 ; proverbial axioms, i.
BURTON, Rier. John, B.D., Genuineness of 213; Puritan scruples, 214-6; Kalpho,
Clarendon's Hist. Vindicated, ii. 18; Oldis- Independent enthusiast, 210; reputation in
worth's character of Smith, 1.

eighteenth century, 214 12, 2; royalists, ap-
BURTON, Dr. John Hill, Collins's Ode on plauded by, 204 ; second part published,
the Superstitions of the Highlands, iii. 340 204; seldom read, 214 n. 2; Sidrophel and
1. 3; l'homson's scenery, 282 12. 1.

Whacum, 211 ; Sir Samuel Luke, 203; third
BURTON, Robert,“ poverty the Muses' patri- part published, 206; 'true as the dial to the
mony, i. 400 11. 2; sapiens dominabitur sun,' 217 11. 1; versification, 217; Voltaire's
astris,' 137 n. 1.

estimate, 209. 11. 4, 214 n. 2; Withers, Pryn,
Burtox, Rev. John, D.D., head master of and Vickars,' 452 n. 5;

Hudibras,'
Winchester, iii. 334.

fashion of calling him, 201 1. 1; 'interred
BUSBY, Rev. Dr., head master of Westmin- on tick,' 207 11. 4; knowledge of human
ster, account of him and his scholars, i. 332 nature, 213; Longueville, his friend and
1. 4; Dryden's reverence for him, 332, 447 patron, 201, 206, 208 11. 3; Luke, Sir
11. 5 ; Johnson, praised by, 416, ii. 66; poets Samuel, enters family of, 203; marriage, 204 ;
educated by him, i. 332 1. 4; promising Milton and Salmasius, 113 11. 7; monument
boys detained, ii. 11; transmitted scholars to in Westminster Abbey, 208; music and
Christ Church, i. 312.

painting, his amusements, 202 ; 'name can

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only perish with language,' 209; Nash's
Worcestershire, 201, 202; neglected, 205
1. 3; obscurity of life, 209; Oldham's and
Otway's lines on him, 207 nn. ; pension,
alleged, 207; pictures at Earl's Croombe,
202; posthumous works, 208 ; poverty, 208
n. 3, 209; praise, his whole reward, 204;
Prior, praised by, 218 n. 1; Prynne, fathers
letters on, 201 n. 3 ; Rehearsal, aids in, 368;
Rochester, praised by, 303 n. 8; Royal
Society, ridicules, 208; secretary to Duke of
Buckingham, 205 ; secretary to President of
Wales, 203; Selden, employed in literary
business by, 203; starved, 207 nn.; Steward
of Ludlow Castle, 203; 'thinking,' his, 209
n. 3; Wesley's epigram on his monument,
208 n. 1; wife's fortune lost, 204; wit in-
exhaustible, 212; Wood's account of him,
201, 202, 204; Wycherley and Buckingham,
205 ; quotations, Hudibras (1. 1, Argu-
ment), i. 211 n. I; (1. 1. 11), 217 1.4; (1. 1.
13), i. 2 10 n. 1 ; (1. 1. 225), i. 215 1. 2; (1. 1.
645), 452 n. 5; (1. 2. 1), 217 n.4; (1. 1.903),
203 n. 3; (2. 1. 905), 217 11, 1, iii. 300 n. I ;
(3. 2. 169), i. 217 n. 1; Heroical Epis. to
Sidrophel, iii. 187 n. 2; Panegyricon Denham,
i. 72 n. 3, 83; Fragments, i. 113 n. 7.

BUTTON, coffee-house keeper, ii. 122. See
also Button's coffee-house under LONDON.
Buxom, iii. 435 n. 3.
BYNG, Admiral, iii. 408.
BYRON, Lord, Marino, i. 69 ; Paradise Lost,
its metre, 194 n. 1; Pope's 'Sporus,'_ iii.
246 n. 6; panctuation, 453 n. 6; Venice Pre-
served, i. 246 n. 2.
CADELL, Thomas, the publisher, i. 160 n.4.
CAEN, Protestant University, i. 229.
CALAMY, Edmund, i. 102 n. 3.
CALIGULA, iii. 166 n. 1.
CALPHURNIUS, iii. 316.
CALTHORP, iii. 344.
CAMBRIDGE, Duke of, see GEORGE II.
CAMBRIDGE, Akenside's degree, iii. 415;
Butler's doubtful residence, i. 202; CHRIST'S
COLLEGE, Chapell, Milton's tutor, 88 n. 5;
Milton, a member, 86, 88 nn.; King, Edward,
a fellow, 88 n. 4; degrees by mandamus,
iii. 415 n. 3; EMMANUEL COLLEGE, Farmer,
Dr., Master, 75 n.4; Granville's M.A. degree,
ii. 286 n. 6; JESUS COLLEGE, Fenton, a
member, 257 n. 4; King's COLLEGE, George,
Dr., Provost

, i. 150 n. 4; scholarships from
Eton, iii. 75 n. 2; Waller, a member, i. 250;
PEMBROKE Hall, Gray removes to it, iii.
425; Mason, a fellow, 424; Ridley, Spenser,
and Pitt, members, 425 1. 7; PETERHOUSE,
Garth, a member, ii. 57; Gray, a member, iii.
421, 424, 425; Pomfret's degrees, i. 301 n. 2 ;
Prince of Wales's (Charles II) visit, 5; Profes-
sorship of Modern History, no duty performed
or expected, iii. 428 n. 4; Sir James Lowther's
tator preferred to Gray, 427; Rose Inn, ii.

193 n. 6;

St. John's COLLEGE, Lord
Burghley exhibitions, 181 n. 7; Philips, Am-
brose, subsizar and fellow, iii. 312 n. I; Prior,
scholar and fellow, 180 n. 2, 181, 193; prose
more in fashion than verse, ii, 181 n. 4;
subscriptions to books, ii. 110 n. 1; tests, ii.
2577.3; - TRINITY COLLEGE, Bentley and
Colbatch, 293 n. 3; Charles II, when Prince
of Wales, visits it, i. 5 n. 1; Comber, Dr.,
Master, 4 n. 8; Cowley, a scholar and minor
fellow, 4, 5, 65; Dryden, a scholar, 332;
entries in Conclusion Book, 333 n. 4; D. reads
Plutarch in library, 333 n. 5: Dake, scholar
and fellow, ii. 24, 25; Halifax, fellow com-
moner, 42 ; Montagu, Dr., Master, 41 ; Power,
Thomas, a member, iii. 183 n. I; Stepney,
scholar and fellow, i. 309 1. 3; translators of
the Bible, fellows, 65; TRINITY HALL,
Fenton removed to it, ii. 257 n. 4.
Cambridge Latin Dictionary, i. 120,
CAMDEN, Lord Chancellor, i. 141 1. 3.
Camilla, ii. 165.
CAMPBELL, Thomas, corrector, great, iii.
222 n. 1; Cowper's Homer, 276; Parnell, ii.
54 n. 4; turn of Savage about him, 373 n. 2 ;
Young's Night Thoughts, iii. 396 n. 1.
CANNING, George, i. 465 n. 4.
CANONS ASHBY, i. 331.
Cant, iii. 91, 436 n. 8.
CAPEL, Henry, Lord, iii. 7.
CARBERY, Richard Vaughan, second Earl of,
Lord President of Wales, i. 203.
CARDINALS, i. 95 n. 1.
CAREW, Thomas, iii. 267 n. 1.
CAREY, Henry, Namby Pamby, parody on
Ambrose Philips, iii. 326.

CAREY, John, of New College, ii. 122 1. 6.
Carey, Walter, M.P., Addison's companion,
ii. 122.
CAREY, Oxford wit, ii. 304 n. 1.
CARLISLE, fifth Earl of, ii. 318 n. 9.
CARLYLE,Dr.Alexander, Blackmore's Prince
Arthur, ii. 238 n. 2; Collins's Ode on the
Superstitions of the Highlands, iii. 340 n. 3;
Shenstone, describes, 353 n. 6.

CARLYLE, Thomas, Coleridge's death, i. 150
n. I; Gray's letters, iii. 431 n. 7; G.'s poetry,
440 n. 9; pony'Shenstone,' 358 n. 1.
CARO, Hannibal, Aencid, translated, i. 414
n. 5.
CAROLINE, Queen, Duck's patroness, ii. 404;
freethinker, 383 n. 3; Gay's Captives, 274;
G.'s What d'ye call it, 271; Milton's daughter,
bounty to, i. 159; Oldfield, Mrs., ii. 336 n. 1;
Pope, rumour of intended visit to, iii. 171;
P.'s Dunciad presented to her, 148,150; Rich-
mond, garden and cave at, ii. 396 ; Savage's
pardon, ii. 351; S.'s subscription proposals,
404; S.'s 'volunteer laureates,' 382; Swift
courts her, iii. 39, 73; Swift's promised medals,
iii. 39, 73; Thomson's Sophonisba dedicated
to her, 286 n. 9; Wanton Wife, when Princess
of Wales, sees, ii. 221 n. 5; Woolaston's Re-

n. 4•

ligion of Nature, 425 n. 2; Young's Satires,
celebrated in, iii. 371; Y.'s dedication to her,
375.
CARTE, Thomas, Life of Ormond, i. 397
CARTER, Miss (Mrs.) Elizabeth, ii. 328 n. 1,
iii. 356 n. 3.

CARTERET, John, Lord, ii, 177 n. 1, iii. 35.
CARYLL, John, titular Baron Caryll, con-
fused with Pope's correspondent, iii. 102 n. 1 ;
Pope's epitaph on him, 257 n. 1.

CARYLL, John, Caryll correspondence,' iii.
102 1. 1, 106 12. 6, 113 n. 1, 130 n. 1, 159
». 10, 207 n. 1; Rape of the Lock, written at
his request, 102.
CASA, Giovanni della, ii. 92, 95.
CASIMIR, i. 46, 66, iii. 318 n. 1.
CASTIGLIONE, Il Corteggiano, ii. 92.
CASTON FAMILY, i. 85.
CATULLUS, i. 284, iii. 214 n. 3.
Cave, Edward, the printer, Collins's song
in Gent. Mag., iii. 339 n. 4; Johnson, letter
from, ii. 435; Life of Savage, buys copyright,
435 ; Savage's publisher, 424. 1. 4.

CELESIA, Dorothea, Mallet's daughter, Al-
mida, iii. 409.
Celsus, ii. 251 r. I.
Censure of the Rota, i. 125 n. 6.
Centre, i. 288 n. 7.
CERVANTES, Don Quixote's death, ii. 96.
See Don Quixote.

C'est que l'enfant toujours est homme, iii.
198.
CHALFONT, i. 140.
CHALONER, Richard, i. 265.
CHALTON-CUM-CLANFIELD, ii. 300.
CHAMBERS, Sir William, Dissertation on
Oriental Gardening, iii. 396 n. 2.
Chameleon, ii. 204 n. 11.
CHANDLER, Professor, iii. 360.
CHANDOS, James Brydges, Duke of, beloved
at sight,' ii. 152 n. 6; Johnson's estimate,
152; Pope's Timon, 152, 153, 213; Savage's
IVorks, subscribes for, ii. 404 ; Young's Im-
perium Pelagi, dedicated to him, iii. 375.
CHANVALON, Harlay de, Archbishop of
Paris, ii. 220 n. 1.

CHAPELAIN, i. 337 n. 3.
CHAPELL, Mr., of Christ's College, Cam-
bridge, Milton's tutor, i. 88 n. 5.

CHAPMAN, George, blank verse, i. 192 n. 4;
Iliad, Dryden on its versification, 415, 466;
Pope's use of it, iii. 115, 252; Waller praises
it, i. 283; quoted, iii. 115 n. 3.

CHARLES I, Buckingham's death, i. 251,
288; Denham, condescension to, 72; Eikon
Basilike, 111, 197; poet-laureate's salary, 340;
Santander, escapes drowning at, 250 n. 4;
Sortes Virgilianae, i. 9 1. I; Sprat's adula-
tion, ii. 32 n. 5; Tickell's lines, 306 n. 1;
Waller, words to, 259.
CHARLES II, Buckingham's profanity and
Waller, i. 277; Burnet's Life of k'ochester,

222 11. I; Butler, reported bounty to, 205 ;
Hudibras, quotes, 204; Cambridge, when
Prince of Wales visits, 5; controversial papers
in his strong box, 378,483; Cowley, neglected,
13; Denham, diverted in exile by, 73; dicing
in privy chamber, 231 11. 2; Dorset a favourite,
303 ; dramatic rhyme, taste for, 337; Dryden's
appointments, 405 n. 1; D., described by, 364
n. 4; D.'s Medal, 375 11. 2; D., neglected,
386 n. 3; D.'s plagiarism, 347; D., praised
by, 127 n. 3, 418, 439 n. 3; Eikon Basilike,
197; kingliness, wanting in, ii. 169. 11. 4;
knew his people,' i. 205 n. 3; last illness,
438 11. 5; lenity, 127; literary merit, loved
without rewarding, 384 12. 4; ‘neither gene-
rous nor tender-hearted,' 305 n. 3; no 'true
generosity,' 248 12. 2 ; Otway, neglected, 248
n. 2; poets' “pension of his praise,' 205 n. 3,
439, n. 3; refined conversation, 464 1. 3;
Rochester, a favourite, 220; Salmasius, em-
ploys, 111; Sheffield's exposure in leaky ship.
ii. 170; Waller's company, delighted in, i.
272 n. 2, 281.
CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOL, ii. 80.
CHATHAM, William Pitt, Earl of, 'buried
in woollen,' iii. 345 11. 1 ; Thomson's Tancred
and Sigismunda, 293 n. 2; West, Gilbert,
friendship with, 329, 331.

CHATTERTON, Thomas, ii. 439, iii. 341 n. 6,
361 11. 1.
CHAUCER, Betterton's versions, iii. 108;
Cowley had no taste of him,' i. 2 n. 4;
Dryden's rifacimento, 455; House of Fame,
and Pope's Temple of Fame, iii. 226; Pala-
mon and Arcite, and Dryden, i. 414, 455 ;
Pope's versions, iii. 88.
CHAUNCY, Dr. Isaac, iii. 304.
CHERTSEY, i. 16, 17, 67.
CHESELDEN, William, the surgeon, ii. 42
n. 5, iii. 185 n. 7, 191 1. 8.
CHESTER, Trinity Church, ii. 51 n. 9.
CHESTERFIELD, Philip Stanhope, second
Earl of, i. 387.
CHESTERFIELD, Philip Stanhope, fourthi
Earl of, Addison's awkwardness, ii. 119; A.
and Pope's company, 155; A.'s Spectators in
his library, 153; Arbuthnot, iii. 273 ; Burling.
ton, Lord, 206 n. 2; conversation, ii. 150;
Dryden's Amboyna and Duke of Guise, i. 356
n. 3; friendship, advantage of his, ii. 313;
gratitude, a barthen, iii. 295 n. 3; Guarini's
Pastor Fido, i. 296 n. 1; Haminond's friend
and editor, ii. 313, 314; Italian opera, 166 ;
Lyttelton's absent-mindedness, iii. 455 n. 1:
L's appearance, 454 n. 4; Marlborough's
Life, to be approved by him, 405 1. 4; Para.
dise Lost, the devil the hero, i. 176 1. 3 ;
Pope's abusiveness, iii. 181 n. 5; P. and
Atterbury's Bible, 141 1. 3 ; P.'s charitable-
ness, 213 n. 6; P.'s conversation, 201 n. 2;
P.'s Imitations of Horace, 247 n. 3; P.'s
religion, 191 11. S; prevailing passion, 173
12.6; religious prosecution, i. 328 11. 7; Swift's

N. 2.

ji. 15.

n. 6.

208 n. 4.

books, every one has, iii. 50 n. 1; S.'s Four
last Years of Queen Anne, 28 n. 2; tragedies
in rhyme, l. 337 12. 4; 'volto sciolto, pensieri
stretti,' 93 n. 5.
CHETWOOD, Knightly, i. 329 n. 1, 449
Chevy Chase, ii. 147, 148 nn.
CHEYNE, Dr. George, ii. 281 n. 2.
CHICHESTER, iii. 334, 339, 340.
CHILLINGWORTH, William, i. 377.
CHINESE PLANTATION, iii. 396.
CHISWICK, iii. 134 n. 2, 192 n. 3.
CHOLMONDELEY, Hugh, first Earl of, ii.
293.
Chorister, a dry, i. 65.
CHRISTINA, Queen of Sweden, i. 93, 114.
*CHRISTOPHER NORTH,' see WILSON.
CHURCHILL, Charles, 'alliteration's artful
aid,' i. 295 n. 3; Dryden, praises, 469 n. 10;
'pray in rhyme,' iii. 85 1h. 4; Warburton,
lines on, 167 n. 2.

CHURCHILL, General Charles, ii. 336 n. 1.
CHURCHYARD, Thomas, Worthines of
Wales, ii. 210 n. 3.
CIBBER, Colley, acting, his, ii. 334 1. 1;
Addison's Cato,98; Apology, Walpole, praised
by, iii. 184 n. 2; author's nights, i. 365 n. 8;

Beggar's Opera, rejects, ii. 275; imitates,
279 n. 2; Brett, Col., 438; Careless
Husband, 223 n. 1, 377 n. 5, iii. 184; Con-
greve's Double Dealer, ii. 217 n. 5; C.'s Love
for Love, 218 n.6; Dryden and Dorset, i. 384
n. 2; D.'s reading, 363 n. 4; Dryden and
Will's Coffee-House, 409 n. 1; Fenton's
Mariamne, rejects, ii. 260; impenetrable
impudence, iii. 187; Johnson, attacked by,
il. 341 n. 2; Keßle propos, 336 n. I; ladies at
new comedy, i. 399 n. 3, ii. 223 n. 1; Love's
Last Shift and Blackmore, 238 n. 7; Love in
a Riddle, 279 n. 2; Oxford audience, 305
n. 5; Philips's Distrest Mother, iii. 315 n. 1;
poet-laureate, ii. 381 n. 2, 382, iii. 184 n. 1,
444; Pope's Dunciad, enthroned as hero,
186; P.'s malignity, accounts for, 185; P.,
pamphlets against, 184-7; Rehearsal, alludes
to Three Hours after Marriage in, 185;
Richard III and Licenser, 292 n. 1 ; 'Rugged
and Tough,' 185 n. 1; Savage's Sir Thomas
Overbury, ii. 339, 341 ; S.'s Volunteer Lau-
reates, 383; Three Hours after Marriage, and
Pope, iii. 185.
CIBBER, Theophilus, gave his name to
Cibber's Lives of the Poets, ii. 312; Savage's
Sir Thomas Overbury, 341 ; Thomson's Aga-
memnon, 341 n. 6.

Cibber's Lives of the Poets, ii. 312.
CICERO, Johnson's copy, i. 320 n. 2; Lucre-
tius, 320; translations by him, iii. 237;
quoted, i. 214, ii. 116 n. 4, iii. 301 n. 3.
Cinthio, Shakespeare's plots, i. 347.
Circulation of money, i. 157.
CIRENCESTER, iii. 370.
CITIZEN, term of reproach, ii. 236.

CLARENDON, first Earl of, Butler, neglected,
i. 205; Chancellor of Oxford, Rochester's
Degree, 219; Cowley, 56, 58; Dryden's
verses to him, 428 ; Eikon Basilike, 197;
Grenville, Sir Richard, attacks, ii, 293 ; His.
tory of the Rebellion, alleged forgeries, 18,
22; H., Waller, i. 253, 262, 278; Milton, not
mentioned in Hist. or Life, 56 n. 6, 198;
Shakespeare, passed over, 56 n. 6; Waller,
attacked by, 374; Waller and Dr. Morley,
280; W. and Eton Provostship, 273.
CLARENDON, Edward, third Earl of, ii. 270.
CLARET, price of, iii. 59 N. I.
CLARGES, JANE, ii. 313 n. 1.
CLARGES, Sir Thomas, i. 129.
CLARK, Mr. Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn,
CLARKE, Abraham, Milton's son-in-law, i.
158.
CLARKE, Caleb, Milton's grandson, i. 159.
CLARKE, Deborah, see Milton, Deborah.
CLARKE, Elizabeth, Broome's wife, iii. 79
CLARKE, John, Master of Hull Grammar
School, Milton's 'impiety,' i. 173; ladies'
edacation, 143 n. 3.
CLARKE, John, of Walgherton, Cheshire, i.
CLARKE, Rev. Dr. Samuel, All for Love,
sees, ii. 396 n. I; Pope's Iliad, iii. 113 n. 4;
religious views like Milton's .i.

155 n. 5.
CLARKE, Mr. Alderman of Chertsey, i. 17
n. 7.

Classic ground,' ii. 86 n. 4.
CLAUDIAN, i. 415, iii. 223 n. I.
CLAVIUS, i. 413 n. 1.
CLAYTON, Mrs. Charlotte (Lady Sundon),
ii. 381 n. 2.
CLAYTON, Thomas, ii. 165.
Clcivelandism,' i. 22 n. 3.
CLELAND, William, account of him, iii.
152 n. 2 ; Pope's Dunciad, Preface signed by
him, 152, 204 n. 7; Pope's letter in his
name, 153.
CLEMENT IX, ii. 39.
CLEVELAND, Barbara, Duchess of, i. 245 n. 2.
CLEVELAND, John, “metaphysical poet,' i.
22,68; name variously spelt, 27 n. 3; Parnell
borrows from him, ii. 54, 56; quotations, i.
27, 29, ii. 56.
CLIEFDEN, iii, 293, 404.
CLIFFORD, Lord, Dryden's Pastorals dedi-
cated to him, i. 387.

CLIFFORD, Martin, account of him, i. 350
n. I; Cowley's correspondent, 16 n. 4; Dry-
den, attacks, 350; Rehearsal, 368; Sprat's
veneration, 350.
CLIMATE, wisdom or wit not affected by, i.
COBB, Mr., the Pindarist, iii. 227.
COBB, Oxford wit, ii. 304 n. 1.
COBBETT, William, Amesbury, ii. 79 n. 3;
Franklin and Paine, iii. 52 n. 2.

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