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n. 3; perfection, seldom struggled after, 464; Street, 389; revenue, mostly casual, 405 ;
'persecution of fools,'355 n. 1 ; Persius, trans- revision, negligent in, 465 n. 2; rhyme, a
lation of, 332 1. 4, 385, 447; personal ap- constraint, 468 n. 2; T. circumscribes luxu-
pearance, 394 n. 3 ; Pindaric style, criticizes, riant fancy, iii. 417 n. 5; 1., lines on, i. 193
48 n. 3; placability, 395; plagiarism, i. n. 6; rhymes, his, 468; rhymed tragedy,
341, 347, 348 1.. 2, 367, 371, 424, 460; first, 336; Rival Ladies, ib.; Rochester,

Plays, celerity of performance, 367; relations with, 354; see ROCHESTER; Roman
contract to furnish three a year, 367 n. Catholic, constancy as a, 481, 484; R. C.,
3; 'false magnificence,' 458; first play, 335, sincere, 394; see DRYDEN, conversion; Ros-
336; gains from them, 366, 405, 484; im- common's Essay on Translated Verse, 236;
morality, their, defends, 347, 415 ; repents of see RoSCOMMON; Royal Society, 434; Rymer,
it, 399, 401; last play, 365, 386 n. 5; noisy praised by, 337; R.'s Tragedies of the Last
lines,' 462 ; ' only play he wrote for himself, Age, 471; R. on Shakespeare, 485; salary
361; order of production, 335, 342 n. 1, 356 ill paid, 205 n. 3, 207 n. 5, 386 n. 3, 484 ;
n. 4, 358 n. 7, 367 n. 4; plagiarism, 424, sallies of sentiment, wild and daring, 460 ;
and see DRYDEN, plagiarism; secure of saturnine humour, 397; Satyr to his Muse,
being heard,' 335; three best plays, 362 n. 6; attacked in, 374, 393 n. 4, 397 n. 2, 398
twenty-eight plays, 336, 371; play- n. 2; school translation, 447; secretary to Sir
writing, discontinued, 363 ; P., resumed, 385, Gilbert Pickering, 334 n. 3; Secret Love,
446; please, wrote only to, 337; ' pleasure 340; Settle, attacked by, 350-4, 374, 375; S.'s
not the only end of poesy,' 348; poems, Empress of Morocco, attacks, 342-6, 401; and
almost all occasional, 424; p. written hastily, see SETTLE; Shadwell, satirizes, 383;
iii. 320, 223; poet, how far judge of own Shakespeare, his character of, 412, iii. 139;
works, i. 340; poetic license, 359; poetical S., plays altered from, i. 341, 356 ; S.'s plots,
justice, 475, ii. 134 n. 3; poet laureate, i. 347; S., 'refined' language of, 419 n. 1 ; S.,
340, 405, 481, 482, ii. 169; p. l., loss of remarks on, 178 n. 1, 180 n. 3, 245 n. 3,485;
office, i. 365 n. 3, 383; p. 1., income, 484; S., “taught to admire,' 341 n. 2; S.'s tragedies,
Pope, compared with, iii. 220–3 ; P.'s 472, 474, 476, 478; Sheffield's Essay of
favourite plays, i. 362 n. 6; P.'s lines on Poetry, ii. 175, 176; S.'s Essay on Satire,
bis versification, 465, iii. 232 ; P.'s praise, 175; S.'s lines on him, i. 372; Sigismunda
230; see Pope, Dryden; poverty, i. 332, and Guiscardo, 455; simple and elemental
404, 405, 423, 484; precipice of absurdity, passions, not much acquainted with, 457 ;
delighted to approach, 460 ; predecessors, simplicity, no pleasure in, 458; single-poem
discredits, 349;

prefaces of criticism, poets, iii. 221 n. 2; Sir Martin Marall, i.
349, 366, 412

n. 5,418, 456 n. 2, ii. 146; to 340; snuff, takes, 408 n. 5; society for re-
Epistles of Ovid, i. 373; Fresnoy's Art of fining language, 332; sons, 332 n. 4, 393;
Painting, 387; Juvenal, 355, 361, 385; Southey's estimate, 458 n. 2 ; Spanish critics,
priests, malignity to, 348, 403; printed debt to, 411 n. 3;

Spanish Friar,
play bills, 337; profanity, 404; prologues, account of publication, 356; his fondness
price for bis, 367; Prologue to All

for Love, for it, 357 n. 1; 'given to the people,' 361
362; P. to Don Sebastian, 383 n. 3; P. to n. 5; Protestant play, 357, n. 1; Queen

The Prophetess, 384 n. 2; P. at University Mary and 'unhappy expressions,' ib.; two
of Oxford, 333; . and Epilogue to Love plots praised by Addison, 356 n. 9;
Triumphant, 386 n. 5; P. and Epilogue to specimens of every mode of poetry, 469;
the Pilgrim, 456 n. 3; prose, compared with Spenser, his ' master,' 426 n. I; stage, 'genius
Pope's, iii. 222; p., style, i. 418 ; quatrains, not dramatic, 335, 367, 435, 459 n. 4; So,
338, 425, 430, ii. 316; Queen Mary's death, kept possession for many years of, 335; S.,
silent on, 183; 'rants of Maximin,' i. 348, . most profitable market for poetry,' 435 ;
462; ratiocination, favourite exercise, 459; State of Innocence, 358–60; Stillingfileet,
read badly, 363 n. 4, 408 n. 5; reasoning in controversy with, 378,483 ; stillness invades
verse, 380, 469; receipt to Thurloe, 334 n. the ear,' 334, ii. 224 n. 4; suicide, as cata-
3; 5. to Tonson, 363 n. 5, 406; reconcilia- strophe in poetry, 397; Swift's malevolence,
tion after provocation, ii. 168 n. 3 ; 'redolent 8; see Swift; Tacitus, translation of, i. 372;
of spring,' iii. 435; refined the language, i. Tasso's Aminta, 296 n. 1; technical terms,
419; regular life, 398 n.4; Rehearsal, satirized 178. n. 4, 433, 462 ; Tempest, 341; Theodore
in, 368, 371 n. 2, 380 n. 3, 396 n. 3, 459 n. and Honoria, 455; third day for a play,'
5, 463 n. 8, 482; Religio Laici, 442; reli- 365 n. 8; Threnodia Augustalis, 438; Tillot.
gion, disobeyed not disbelieved, 404; T., son's prose, 418 n.5; Tonson, relations with,
human excellence praised in language of, 405, 407; tragedies, his, eighteenth century
359; 5. and mythology, intermingled, 427, estimate of, 335 n. 4; translation, discourse
439, 445, 462 ; repartee to airy stripling,' on, 373, 421, 436; translations, his, 372,
364; 7. to his wife, 397 n. 1;

Republicans, 385, 446-54;' Trinity College, Cambridge,
wrote against, 358; residence in Gerard 332, 333; triplets, 466, 468; Troilus and

Cressida, 356; 'tuned the numbers of Eng-
lish poetry, 419; Tyrannic Love, 348, 369,
462; unevenness of compositions, 464; Varil.
las's History of Heresies, translated, 379;
versification, date of settling his, 436; early
formed, 436; establishment of new versifica.
tion due to him, 421; examination of his versi-
fication, 465-9; Hind and Panther, 'most
correct specimen,' 443;,

vice, abetted
only with pen, 398 ; village words,' 420 n.
2; vindictive, naturally, 400 n. 5; Virgil his
master,' 426 m. 1; V. and Statius, 415;

Virgil, translation of, 386, 387, 447,
449; abusing priests and religion, 403 ;
Addison's contributions to it, 449, ii. 83 ;
Cato, line taken from it, 122; compared
with other versions, i. 453, iii. 279; Con-
greve's aid in correction, ii. 226 n. 2; dedi.
cations , i. 387, 480 n. 1; Johnson's estimate,
449, 453 ; Milbourne's attack, 449-53 ;
praised by Addison, iii. 129 n. 6; Conington,
i. 454 n. 2; FitzGerald and Tennyson, 449
n. 3; Pope, 449; printed by subscription,
iii. 109; profits, i. 387 n. 4; sickness and
want, written in, 448 n. 5; success, 481;
Swift's sneers, 449 n. 3, 454 n. 2; William III
and Aeneas's portrait, 480; W.III, attacks on,
387 n. 6; Wordsworth's criticism, 449 n. 3;
versions of Pollio, &c., in Miscellany, 447;

Voltaire's estimate of him, 457 Mh4;
Waller, acknowledges his debt to, 293 n. 6,
296 n. 1; W., had more music than, 465;
Walsh's criticism, praises, 328; W., writes
Preface for, 330; want of time, his excuse,
348; 356 ; 'wants a heart,' 385 n. I; way-
laid and beaten, 371, ii. 179; Westminster
Abbey, funeral and monument in, i. 393,
486, iii. 261; Westminster School, i. 332,
416, 447 n. 5; The Wild Gallant, 336;
Will's Coffee-house, presides at, 408, iii. 93 ;
wit, eccentric violence of his, i. 460; Words-
worth's estimate of him, 4658.4; W.'s favour-
ite poems, 455 nn. ; Wycherley, iii. 91 n. 3;
younger writers, presides over, i. 396, 409;

quotations, Absalom and Achitophel (l.
156), ii. 117 n. 1; (1. 230), i. 410 n. 3; (1.559),
206 n. I; (1. 819), 370 n. 3; (1. 833), ii. 168
n. 6; (1.877), 175 M. 5; (1. 1028), i. 437 n. 2;
(Pt. ii. 1. 405), 374 n. 7; Address to Lord
Chancellor Hyde, 428, 429; Alexander's
Feast, 457 n. 1; All for Love, 361 n. 7, ii.
257 n. 5; Annus Mirabilis, i. 352, 354, 410,
431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 460, 463; Astraca
Redux, 426, 427, 437 n. 2, 464 n. 2, ii. 232
n. 3; Britannia Rediviva, i. 379 n. 3, 446
n. 2; Conquest of Granada, 351, 353, 354,
461, 462, üi. 351 n. 4; Don Sebastian,
363 n. 2, 424, 461; Eleonora, 440, 441;
Epilogue to Conquest of Granada (Pt. ii), 349
n. 3; Epilogue to the Pilgrim, 401 n. 6;
Epistle to Congreve, 395 n. 2, ii. 224 n. 2;
Epistle to John Driden, i. 331 n. 3, ii. 58 n.
2, 240 n. 3; Epistle to Kneller, iii. 337 n. 1;

Epistle to Motteux, i. 403 n. 3; Epistle to
Roscommon, 193 n. 6, 235 n. 4, 236 n. 2;
Heroic Stanzas on the Death of Oliver Crom.
well, 463; Hind and Panther (i. 1-8), 444;
(i. 57), 463; (i. 253), 404 n. 3; (i. 160-5),
444; (i. 256), ii. 332 n. 3; (i. 308-26),
i. 444; (i. 554-72), 445; (ii. 535), 469 n. 3;
(iii. 96), 463 n. 1; (iii. 221), 377 n. 4; (iii.
247), 207 n. 5; Tiad, 388 n. 7, iii. 322 n.
6; Indian Emperor, i. 350 n. 4; Juvenal,
iii. 241 n. 7; MacFlecknoe, i. 383 n. 5;
Medai, 438, ii. 318 n. 4; Ode on the death of
Mrs. Killigrew, i. 238 n. 2, 399 n. 2, 410 n.
3, 463 n. 5, ii. 333 n. 7, iii. 264 n. 1, 269
n. i; Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, i. 440;
Palamon and Arcite, 468; Panegyric on the
Coronation of Charles II, 428, 464 n. 1;
Prologue to Amboyna, 356 n. 2; Prologue to
Aurengzebe, 360 n. 6; Prologue to the Pil-
grim, ii. 235 n. 5; Prologue to the Prophetess,
i. 463 n. 3; Prologue to Tyrannic Love, 469
n. 3; Prologue to the University of Oxford,
333; Religio Laici, 442; State of Innocence,
359 n. 1; Threnodia Augustalis, 404 n. 3,
417, 438, 439; Tyrannic Love, 458, 460,
461 ; Virgil, Aeneid, 387 n. 6, ii. 225 n. 4,
iii. 35 n., 279 n. I; Georgics, i. 387 n. 6,
403 n. 4, 450–3.
Dryden's Miscellany, account of it, i. 330 n. 3,
ii. 83 n. 10; Collier, denounced by, 83 n. 10;
contributors, Addison, 83; Duke, 24 n. 4;
Prior, 183 n. 3; Tickell, 305 n. 3 ; Yalden,
301 n. 5; Walsh, i. 330; Dryden's versions
of Virgil, 447 nm; Virgilian translation, ii.
83, n. 5. See Tonson's Miscellany.
DRYDEN, John, the poet's son, Husband
his own Cuckold, i. 393; Juvenal, Sat. xiv,
translated, 385; death, 393.
DRYDEN, Sir John, the poet's uncle, i.

331 n. 6.

DRYDEN, Mary, the poet's mother, i. 331

n. 6.

DUBLIN, Blind Quay, iii. 36 n. 3; Bull
Alley, Bride Street, in. 5; Hoey's Alley,
ib.; Newgate, 31 n. 1; St. Patrick's Cathe-
dral, 54 n. I; St. Patrick's Hospital, 45 n. 1,
64 n. 2; St. Werburgh, i n. 5.
Du Bois, Abbé, ii. 188 n. 3.
Duck, Stephen, i. 190 n. 1, ii. 404 n. 1.
DUCKETT, George, account of him, ii. 17
M. 5, 23; Clarendon's Hist., alleged forgeries,
18, 20; Dunciad, libelled in, iii. 151; Pope,
caricatures, 136; Smith, friendship with,
ii. 17, 20; Walmsley, friendship with, 20,
23.
DU FRESNOY, I. 387 n. I.
DUKE, Rev. Richard, birth, ii. 24 n. 2;
burial attended by Atterbury and Prior, 25
n. 4; death, 35; Dryden's Miscellany, con-
tributed to, 24 n. 4; ecclesiastical prefer-
ment, 25; Fifteen Sermons, &c., 24 n. 8;
friendship with Otway, 24; Marriage of
George, Prince of Denmark, and the Lady
ELECTOR PALATINE, Parliamentary allow-
ance, i. 261 n. 2.
ELEGIES, ii. 331 n. 4, 316.
ELIZABETH, Queen, 'had a wise council,'
i. 275; 'lives in Spenser's song,' 238 n. 8.
ELIZABETHAN Poets, art of modulation,

i. 293.

n. 4

Anne, 25; Review, The, 24; Swift's account
of him, 25 n. 4; translations, 24; Trinity
College, Cambridge, 24, 25; tutor to Duke of
Richmond, 24; Westminster School, 24.

DU MOULIN, Peter, i. 117.
DUNBAR, Charles, Surveyor General of the
Leeward Islands, iii. 460.
Dunces, iii. 146 n. 5.
DUNCOMBE, John, editor of Correspondence
of John Hughes, ii. 164, iii. 343 n. 2.

DUNKIRK, ii. 31.
DURFEY, Thomas, i. 245 n. 4, ii. 46 n. 2, 221
DYER, Sir James, Chief Justice of the Com-
mon Pleas, iii. 269 n. 3.
DYER, Rev. John, birth, &c., iii. 343;
buried in woollen,' 345; death, ib.; ec-
clesiastical preferment, 344; Fleece, 344,
345, 346; Grongar Hill, i. 78 n. 1, ii. 342
11. 3, iii, 343 n. 8, 345, 347 ; "happiest of
his productions,' 345; 'Heathcote's leisure,'
344 n. 4; Hughes's Correspondence, letters
in, 343; imagination, praised by Gray, 345 n.
4; i., p. by Wordsworth, 341 n. 6, 345 n. 4, 347
n. I; Italy, travels to, 344; legal profession,
abandons, 343; marriage, 344; orders, en-
tered into, ib.; poetry with painting, min-
gled, 343; Richardson's pupil, ib.; Ruins
of Rome, 344, 345; Savage's verses to him,
343 n. 6; wanderings in South Wales, 343 ;
Westminster School, ib.; wool, exportation
of, 346 n. 2; quotations, Fleece, 344 nn.,
346 nn. ; Ruins of Rome, 345.
DYER, Robert, the poet's father, iii. 343.
DYER, Samuel, member of Literary Club,
iii. 308, 343 n. I.

DYSON, Jeremiah, Akenside's friend and
patron, iii. 413, 414.

ELLIS, Professor Robinson, Threnodia A1-
gustalis, i. 438 n. 2.
ELLIS, Dr. Welbore, Bishop of Kildare, ii.
8o.

ELLIS, Sir William, Granville's tutor, ii.
286.

ELLWOOD, Thomas, Milton, introduced to,
i. 131 n. 2; M., reads to, 132; M., takes house,
at Chalfont for, 140; Paradise Lost and
• Paradise Found,' ib.; Paradise Regained
shown to him, 147; Waller's pleasure in
his conversation, 276 n. 2.
ELSTOB, Lacy, Mallet's second wife, see
MALLET, Mrs. Lucy.
ELWIN, Rev. Whitwell, Ayre's Life of Pope,
iii. 100 n. 4, 403 n. 3; Pope's early letters,
208 n. 4; P.'s early poems, 88 n. 2; P.'s
Essay on Man and bad rhymes, 162 n. 5;
P.'s forged letters, 92 n. 1, 93 n. 1, 130 n. 1,
155 n. 1; P.'s letter to Racine, 214 11. 7; P.'s
Windsor Forest, date when written, 105 n. 5;
Prior and Lord Harley, ii. 194 . 3; War.
burton's insincerity, iii. 167 n. 3.
ELYS, Mr. Edmund, of Exeter College,

.
Englishman, The, ii. 105, iii. 366, 368.
English Poets, account of plan, xxv n.,
Goldsmith's omission, i. 301 n. 1; Johrison's
Poets,' ii. 65 n. 1; Johnson's anger at
insertion of obscene piece, ib.; Ji's di-
rections, iii. 365 1. I; J. not responsible for
selection, 331 n. 4; J. recommends insertion
of four poets, i. 301 n. 1, iii. 302; J. regrets
omissions, ii. 264 n. 8, 295 n. 6, iii. 279,
425 n. 3; poets passed over, i. 301 n. 1;
Rochester's Poems castrated at Johnson's
request, 223 n. 2; Thomson's inclusion ap-
parently due to Johnson, iii. 281 n. 1,
302 n. I.
ENSOR, iii. 344:
EPIC POETRY, i. 170.
EPICTETUS, ii. 423.
EPISCOPACY, i. 257, 258.
EPITAPHS, definition, iii. 254; mixed lan-
guages or styles, 260, 270; mythology un-
suitable, 261; names, without, i. 36, iii. 257,
262; private virtue, the best subject, 262 n.
2; writer not upon oath, 254 n. 4; want of
discrimination, 263 n. 4; see under POPE.

ERASMUS, 'magis habuit quod fugeret quam
quod sequeretur, i. 155; praised in Essay
on Criticism, iii. 98.
EQUALITY OF MANKIND, ii. 394 n. 3.
ERROL, thirteenth Earl of, iii. 422 n. 4.
ERYTHRAEUS, i. 295.
Essay, i. 235 n. 4.

EACHARD, Rev. John, D.D., i. 322 n. 1.
EARL'S-CROOMB, i. 202.
EASTBURY, iii. 376.
East GRINSTEAD, i. 303, ii. 185.
EASTHAMPSTEAD, ii. 262, iii. 257, 267.
ECHARD, Rev. Laurence, ii. 292.
Eclogue, iii. 317.
EDGE HILL, iii. 358 n. I.
Edinburgh Miscellany, iii. 401 n. I.
EDINBURGH, High School, Mallet, janitor,
iii. 400; University, Akenside a member,
411; U., Mallet, a member, 400, 402 n. 6;
Medical Society, 411 n. 5; U.,

Thomson,
a member, 282.
EDNAM, iii. 281.
EDSTON, ii. 317.
EDUCATION, Cowley's plan, i. 12 N. I, 99;
Johnson's views, 99; Milton's plan, 99.
Eikon Basilike, authorship, i. 197; Milton
charged with interpolation, 110, 111 n. 4;
Royston, the publisher, 485.

ELDON, Lord Chancellor, Newcastle Gram-
mar School, iii, 411 n. 3; sacramental test,
13 n. I,

EXETER, Earls of, i. 331 n. 3, ii. 181, iii.
369, 370.
EXCISE BILL, iii. 447 n. 6.
EYE, iii. 80.

I.

n. 7.

Essay on Satire, i. 371. See SHEFFIELD.
Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of, i. 221 n.
Essex, Robert Der ax, third Earl of, i.
104, 267.
ETHEREGE, Sir George, i. 340 n. II.
Eron COLLEGE, Allestree, Provost, i. 273
1. 5; Antrobus, Mr., a master, iii. 421;
Broome, 75; Dobson, Waller's school-
master, i. 249 n. 6; George, Dr., Head
Master, iii. 431; Godolphin, Dr. Provost,
ii. 199 n. 2; Gray, iii. 421; Lyttelton, 446 ;
Prior

seeks Provostship, ii. 199. n. 2; Provost-
ship, i. 273; Waller, 349; W., Provostship,
fails to obtain, 273; Walpole, Horace, iii.
422 ; West, Gilbert, 328.
EUGENE, Prince, i. 408 n. 5.

EURIPIDES, Alcestis, material agency of
allegorical persons, i. 185 ; Dryden's remarks,
473, 474, 476; forces himself into grandeur,
ii. 208; Milton's fondness, i. 154; Phaedra,
476.
EUSDEN, Laurence, poet laureate, i. 482, ii.
381, iii. 184 n. 1; satirized in Dunciad, i.
237 n. 3, ii. 381 n. 2; s. in Session of the
Poets, 381 n. 2.

EUSTACE, Lady, iii. 47 n. 2.
EUSTACE, Miss Clotilda, ii. 304 n. 4. See
TICKELL, Mrs.
EUSTATHIUS, iii. 76, 115.
EUSTON, Earl of, Young's 'Altamont,' iii.
385.
EVANS, Oxford wit, ii. 304 n. 1.
EVELYN, John, Barberini, Cardinal, i. 95
n. 1 ; Charles Ils sons, ii. 34 n. 3; Cooper's
coinage designs, i. 202 n. 4; Cowley, visits,
16 n. 1; Ci's funeral, 17 n. 8; dates not
always trustworthy, 368 *. II; daughters'
learning, 157 n. 5; Denham, 74 n. 3; Digby,
Sir Kenelm, 4 n. 6; Diodati, John, visits,
97 n. 6; Dryden, meets, 386 n. 5; D.'s Con.
quest of Granada, 348 n. 9; D.'s Evening
Love, 346 n. 2; D.'s Wild Gallant, 336 n. 2;
gaming at Court, 231 n. 2; Geneva, 97 n.
5; Hamlet, 337 n. 4; Inquisition at Milan,
96 n. 5; Knights of the Bath, 74 n. 4;
Milton, John and Christopher, 85 n. 5; Mon-
mouth, Duchess of, ii. 268 n. 2; nobility
and literature, i. 221 n. 1; Padua, ii. 235 n.
8; Pindarics' at the Encaenia, i. 48 n. 4;
regicides, meets mangled quarters of, 268
n. 4; Rehearsal, 368 n. II; Sprat's Observa-
tions on Sorbière's Voyage, helps in, ii. 40;
S.'s preaching, 34 n. 1 ; theatres in Charles
II's reign, i. 399 n. 3; Tuke, Sir Samuel, his
cousin, 15 n. 2; Waller, meets, 268 nn.;
Westminster pronunciation of Latin, 133
Examiner, account of it, ii. 29 n. 9, 187;
Garth criticized, 61, 187; sets Steele's politics
on fire, 105; Swift's papers, 29 n. 9, 187,
iii. 16.
Exasperation, iii. 294 n. 2.

FABLES, ii. 283.
FAIRBAIRN, Rev. Dr. A. M., iii. 411 1. 4.
FAIRFAX, Edward, Godfrey of Bulloigne, i.
251 n. 3, 293, 296-300.
FALKLAND, Henry Cary, third Viscount,
Prologue for Congreve's Old Batchelor, ii, 214,

FALKLAND, Lucius Cary, second Viscount,
• lastre cast by his notice,' i. 6; every man
proud to praise him, 36; Sortes Virgilianae,
9 n. 1.

FALMOUTH, Hugh Boscawen, second Vis-
count, ii. 314 n. 3.

FALSEHOODS, of convenience or vanity, ii.
213
FANE, Mr., Rowe's son-in-law, ii. 74.
FANSHAWE, Sir Richard, i. 77, 239, 373.
FARMER, Dr., Master of Emmanuel Col.
lege, Cambridge, iii. 75 n. 4.
FARNHAM CASTLE, i. 71, 72 n. 1.
FARQUHAR, George, Constant Couple, ii.
216 n. 1; Dryden's funeral, i. 391 n. 1,
392.
FAULKNER, George, Dublin printer, iii.
36 n. 3, 48 n. 1.
FAWKES, Francis, iii. 337 n. 2.
Feague, to, ii. 137 n. 2.
FEELING FOR OTHERS, iii. 208 n. 3.
FELL, Dr. John, Dean of Christ Church,
i. 312.
FELLOW-COMMONERS, ii. 43 n. I.
FELLOWSHIP ELECTION, interference by
Government, i. 88 n. 4.

FELLTHAM, Owen, i. 421.
FELTON, Henry, D.D., Dissertation on
Reading the Classics, i. 64 n. 3, ii. 24

FÉNELON, Dialogues des Morts, iii. 452
n. 1; Telemachus, 275.
FENTON, Elijah, Advice to Painters' and
Tatler, ii. 242; anecdotes of him, 261, 263;
amiability, 262, iii. 267; birth, &c., ii. 257;
Bolingbroke's unfulfilled promises, 258;
Broome, friendship with, 261, 266; brotherly
affection, 363; Cambridge degrees, 257 n. 4;

commoner of nature,' 257; Court attend-
ance, 260; Craggs, Secretary, instructs, 259;
death, 262, 265; described by Broome,
263 n. 1; d. by Pope, 265; 'died of great
chair and two bottles of port a day,' 262
n. 5; Dryden's alexandrines and triplets, i.
468; Epistle to Lambarde, ii. 264; Epitaph
by Pope, 262, iii. 267; Fair Nun, ii. 264
n. 3; fat and indolent, 262, 265; Fenton-
ism or laziness,' 262 1. 5; fishing, ib.;
Florelio, 259 1. 1, 263; Gay, advice to,
274; Homeric lyre,' iii. 376; "honest
Fenton,' ii. 263 n. 1; inoffensive and un-

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275; P.'s 'Man of Ross,' 172 1. 3; P.'s
spies, ii. 362 n. I; Steele and Addison, 81
n. 2; subscription editions, iii. 112 n. 4;
Thomson's Sophonisba, 288 n. 3; Tom
Jones, Allen the original of Allworthy,' 169
n. 6; dedication to Lyttelton, 330 n. 3, 450
11. 3; Tom Thumb, Young ridicaled in, 376;
translating for booksellers, 314 n. 1; War-
burton's learning, 169 13. 6; Westminster
Justice, salary as, 321 n. 4.
FIELDING, Sir John, ii. 278 n. 6.
FIERA, Baptista, iii. 317 n. 4.
FINCH, Lord, ii. 43 11. 2.
FINCH, Mr. Heneage, iii. 323 n. 5.
FINCH, Sir Heneage, i. 130 11. 3.
FINCH, Mr., Warden of All Souls, i. 376
FIRE OF LONDON, booksellers' losses, i.
141 n. 4; Milton's house burnt, 153 n. 6.

FIRTH, Professor C. H., Barebones Parlia-
ment and the Records, i. 215 n. 1; Crom-
well's lucky day,' ii. 218 n. 3; C.'s alleged
refusal of the crown, i. 270 n. 3 ; Johnson's
Life of Milton, 84 n. 2.

FITZGERALD, Edward, Cider' Philips's
monument, i. 314 n. 6; Cowley and Donne,
21 n. 3; Cowper's Homer, iii. 276; Donne
and Omar Khayyam, i. 34 n. 2; Dryden's
prose, 418 12. 5; D.'s Virgil, 449 n. 3; Gay
and Westminster Abbey, ii. 281 n. 3; Gray's
Elegy, iii. 445; G.'s Prospect of Eton College,
434 1. 6; G.'s sterility, 431 1. 2; 'Meta-
physical Poets,' i. 21 n. 3; Lycidas and
Comus, 164 1. 2; Milton's similes and
Tennyson, 179 n. 1; M.'s verse and Virgil,
191 1. 4; Paradise Lost, 183 n. 2 ; Purcell's
music for King Arthur, 364 n. 3; School for
Scandal and Congreve, ii. 228 n. 3; Shen-
stone, quotes, iii. 355 n. 2; Wesley's 'pure
andying English,' ii. 150 n. 1; Wimpole, 195

266 12. 2;

ambitious, 263 11. 1; indecent pieces, ib.;
Jesus College, Cambridge, 257 n. 4; Jor-
tin's notes to Pope's Iliad, iii. 116;
a-bed and be fed with a spoon,' ii. 262;
Mariamne, 260; Marlborough, praises, 259;
Milton, editor and biographer of, i. 84, 121,
ii. 261 ; nonjuror, 257, 258; Ode, An, 263;
Ode to Lord Gower, 264; Ode to the Sun,
263; Odyssey, blank verse versions, 260, 264
n. 5; Paraphrase on Isaiah, 264;
payments received, Mariamne, 260; Pope's
Odyssey and Shakespeare, 260 n. 1, iii. 78;
personalappearance, ii. 262; poems, published
collection of, 259; poor but honest, 266 ;

Pope's alexandrines, iii. 249 n.4; P.and
Betterton's Chaucer, 108; P., 'feared more than
loved' by, ii. 262 n. 2; P., praised by, 263, 265;
P., recommended to Craggs and Lady Trum-
ball by, 259, 262; Odyssey, share in, 259, iii.
76-8, 140–2; Shakespeare, helps in, ii. 260
n. I; P., weekly chronicles his only news of,

pretty verses' inserted in first
edition, 264 n. 8; Queen Anne, praises,
258; Roscommon, i, 229, 231, 234; school-
master, ii. 258; secretary to Lord Orrery in
Flanders, ib.; Southerne, friendship with,
259, 260; "theatric genius,' iii. 397 n. 7;
'too much handling of verses,' ii. 64 n. 2 ;
translations, 264; Trinity Hall, Cambridge,
257 n.4; tutor to fifth Lord Orrery, 258; t. to
Lady Trumball's son, 262; ‘vanity of print-
ing,' 265 n. 3 ; versification, peculiar system
of, 260; Waller's biographer and editor, i.
249 n. 1, ii, 261;

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quotations, An Ode,
263 n. 5; Ode to Lord Gower, 264 n. 7;
Ode to the Sun, 258 n. 7; Odyssey, Bk. xi,
264 n. 5; Paraphrase on Isaiah, 264.
FENTON, John, the poet's father, ii. 257
FENTON, Lavinia, Duchess of Bolton,
Polly' in Beggar's Opera, ii. 277.
FERMOR, Miss Arabella, iii. 101, 102 n. 4.
FERMOR, Mrs., the Abbess, iii. 103, 199
n. I.
FERRARA, Court of, iii. 318 n. 4.
FICORINI, ii. 86 n. 3.
FIDDEs, Richard, ii. 178.
FIELDING, Henry, Addison's Remarks on
Italy, ii. 87 m. i; Amelia, dedicated to
Ralph Allen, iii. 169 n. 6; Bolingbroke, 193
1. 1; burlesque, i. 218 n. 3; Cibber, iii. 187
n. 3; Dryden's scorn of satire, i. 371 n. I;
Increase of Robbers, ii. 350 n. 4; Italian
opera, 166; Joseph Andrews, Rev. William
Young, original of . Parson Adams,' iii. 392 ;
Lee, i. 357 n. 5; Lucian, Cervantes, and
Swift, iii. 63 n. 3; Lyttelton's benevolence,
456 1. 1; L.'s Persian Letters, 446 n. 9;
Mallet, 404 n. I; Methodists, 330 n. 3;
Moore and Dunciad, 242 n. I ; Page, Judge,
ii. 348 n. 2; 'pious frauds,' i. 379 n. 1;
Plays and Licensing Act, iii. 292 n. 1 ; Pope
and the bad poets, 147 n. 4; P.'s Homer,

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Fitzosborne Letters, iii. 51 n. 2.
FLECKNOE, Richard, i. 383 n. 5.
FLEETWOOD, General, iii. 304 n. 3.
FLEETWOOD, William, Bishop of Ely, Pre-
face to his Sermons reprinted in Spectator,
ii. 92; burnt by common hangman, 153;
Reasonable Communicant, 154.
FLEMING, Abraham, translator of Virgil,
i. 192 n. 3.
FLETCHER, John, Knight of the Burning
Pestle, iii. 401 n. 3; Pilgrim, i. 456 n. 3.
FLORENCE, i. 94, 97, iii. 422.
FLOYD, Thomas, ii. 399 n. I.
FONTENELLE, Dialogues des Morts, ii. 160,
iii. 452 . 1.
FOOTE, Samuel, i. 243 n. 2.
Foppery, iii. 433 n. 3.
FORD, Charles, Harley and Bolingbroke,
iii. 24 n. 4; Pope and Swift's Miscellanies,
38 n. 2.
FORD, Rev. Cornelius ( Parson Ford), ii.
261, ii. 75.

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