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INDEX

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THE THREE VOLUMES.

A.

ABDICATION OF FERDINAND, the, an Historical Play,

referred to, Vol. 1. Preface, page ii.
Absent Mun, the, a Farce, Vol. fi. 339.
Addington, Mr. Justice, the friend of Hugh Kelly, Vol.

II. 313.
Addison, Joseph, Vol. 11. 135, 139. First act of a tra-

gedy supposed to be by him, mentioned, 146.—147,
148. Vol. 111.

126, his vision of The Golden
Scales. His Opera of Rosamond mentioned, 139.
Adultery, lesson against, Vol. 1. 102—164, 170.--Of

the mind, Vol. 11. 116.
Addenturcr, the, quoted, Vol. 111. 01.
Adversaries of the Stage, their opposition to it may be

an original principle, Vol. 1. Pref. v, vi.
Æschylus, The Persians of, referred to, vol. 1. 264.
Afflictions, the advantages of, Vol. 1. 221, 255.
African Institution, the, alluded to, Vol. 1. Dedication 3.
Agis, a tragedy, by Home, Vol. 1. 248.
Aglaura, a play, by Sir John Suckling, Vol. 111. 326.
Alonzo, a tragedy, by Home, Vol. 1. 250.
Agriculture, a Poem, by Dodsley, Vol. 111. 91, quoted,
92, 93, 138.

undertaken on religious motives, Vol. 11.
283, Note.

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Aikin, Dr. his General Biography, quoted, Vol. 11.

8, 14. His Letters to his son, quoted respecting
Shakspeare, Vol. 11. 437. Miscellaneous Pieces in

Prose, 469. Evenings at Home, Vol. 111. 137.
Alemoor, Lord. See Pringle.
Alfred, a tragedy, by Home, Vol. 1. 251.

Drama of, in Evenings at Home, quoted, Vol.
III. 137.
Ambitious Stepmother, the, Tragedy of, mentioned, Vol.

1. 86, 88.
Amusements, on carrying Religion into them, Vol. 111.

79.
Anderson, Mr. his wood-engraving of the Grove at

Camberwell, referred to, Vol. 1. 217.
Andrian, the, a Comedy by Terence, Vol. 11. 149, 152,

154, 155, 156, 167.
Angels, mentioned, Vol. 1. 118, 119, 127, 140, 149,

168, 252, 275, 286, 293, 307, 368, 370, 372,
412. Vol. n. 92, 150, 330. Impropriety of

prayers to them, Vol. 1. 284, Note.
Anonymiana, Pegge's, quoted, Vol. 111. 173.
Anonymous Letters, observation on, Vol. 11. 72.
Anti-Sejanus, mentioned, Vol. 11. 473.
Apotheosis of Garrick, the print of, remarks on it,

Vol. 11. 440.
Applause in a theatre, what is the truest, Vol. 11. 29.
Arden of Feversham, Lillo's tragedy of, Vol. 1. 170,

altered by Mr. Holman, do.
Arne, Dr. the composer of Music, Vol. 111. 9, 81.
Artist, The, by Prince Hoare, Esq. Vol. 1. Pref. ii. xxv.
Ascham, Roger, his visit to L. J. Gray, Vol. 1. 325.
As you like it, quoted, Vol. 1. 22, 115, 120. Vol. III.

340.
Attic Evening's Entertainment, mentioned, Vol. .

117, 343.
Auction, advice given at, Vol. 111. 344.
Audiences, instances of good taste in, Vol. 31. 21, 23,

26, 159.

Audley, Mr. John, his Abridgment of Law's Tract on

the Stage, Vol. 1. Pref. ii. Objects to the Editor's

Discourses on the Stage, iii.
Aurengzebe, a tragedy by Dryden, Vol. 11. 314.
Author of Life, the, mentioned, Vol. 11. 213.
Author, case of one on the first night of a piece, Vol. 11.

261.
Authors, dramatic, of the present day addressed, Vol. 1.

Pref. xxiv. In general, situation of them, Vol. 11.

351. Their proper object, Vol. 111. 104.
Aylmer, Dr. John, tutor to L'. J. Gray, Vol. 1. 324,
326, 335.

B.

Babler, the, a periodical paper, by Hugh Kelly, Vol.

11. 339, 345.
Banks, author of The Innocent Usurper, or the Death

of Lady Jane Gray, Vol. 1. 355.
Bannister, Jun. Mr. his performance of the Master of

The Toy-Shop, Vol. 111. 105.
Barataria, the Farce of, Vol. 111. 220. Remarks on,

Vol. 1. Pref, xix. XX. Vol. III. 226.
Barbarossa, the tragedy of, mentioned, Vol. 1. 253.
Barbauld, Mrs. Vol. 11. 137.
Barnwell, George, the tragedy of, Vol. 1. 165. Re-
marks

on,

Pref. xviii. 173. Remarkable Anecdote
respecting, 176. 'Also Vol. III. 315, 321.

Memoirs of, published 12mo. 1810.
Remarks on, Vol. 111. 316.

the Ballad of, Vol. 1. 173, 174, 218.
Vol. III. 316.

a Novel, by Mr. Surr, Vol. 111. 310.
Barrowby, Dr. remarkable anecdote related by, on the

effect produced by the tragedy of George Barn-

well, Vol. 1. 177.
Barry, Mrs. the actress, Vol. 11. 340.
Basset, the gaine of, Vol. 11. 97.
Bath, Earl of, Vol. 1. 4. Vol. 11, 448.
Battle of Hexham, the play of, Vol. 111. 6.
Baynard's Castle, mentioned, Vol. 1. 394.

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Beau, a, reflections on, Vol. 111. 114. Character of a,

120. See also Coxcomb and Fop.
Beattie, Dr. his opinion of the conduct of the Elders of

thé Kirk of Scotland in Home's case, Vol. 1. 218.
Of Colman's translation of Horace's Art of Poetry,

Vol. II. 447.
Bee, the, an example, Vol. 11. 213, Song.
Beggar's Daughter of Bednall Green, the, Old Ballad

of, quoted, Vol. 11. 199, 202.
Beggar's Opera, the, remarks on, Vol. II. 4, 321.

Remarkable anecdote, and effects attributed to it,

322, '&c.
Beggars, reflections on, Vol. 11. 208, 209.
Bellsize House, mentioned, Vol. 11. 172.
Benefits, the effect of, on generous minds, Vol. i. 409.
Benevolence, universal, Vol. 11. 317.
Bernard, Sir Thomus, his report of the Opinion of Mr.

Serjeant Snigge, quoted, Vol. 11. 207.
Berwick, the Siege of, Vol. 1. 249.
Beverley, a French play, founded on The Gamester,

Vol. 1. 12. Vol. 111. 313, some account of it,
Bible, the, The Word of Truth, Vol. 1. 232, 233, 337,
418.

Society, The Cambridge Auxiliary, mentioned,
Vol. 1. Dedication 4.
Bickerstaff, Isaac, his Hypocrite noticed, Vol. 11. 12,

13. Lionel and Clarissa, Vol. II. 1. Remarks
on, 10. Particulars of him, 3. Love in a Village,

The Maid of the Mill, 7. Padlock, 9.
Judith, do. His quarrel with Cumberland, 337.

His Absent Man, 339.
Biographia Britannica, quoted, Vol. u. 85, 95, 98.
Biographia Dramatica, old edition quoted, Vol. 1. 5,

93, 101, 171, 175, 245, 249, 252, 254, 255,
349. Vol. u. 3, 10, 14, 135, 145, 147, 340,
435, 444. Vol. 111. 85, 86, 98, 99, 340. New edi.
tion, by Isaac Reed and Stephen Jones. Vol. 111.

85, 140, 223, 302, 336. Vol. 1. Pref. ii. vii. xxi.
Bird in a cage, the fate of, Vol. 111. 214, Song.
Birth, the advantage of, Vol. 1. 191.

3, 4.

Bisset, Dr. his Life of Sir R. Steele, quoted, Vol. II.

135, 140, 147, 149, 219.
Blacklock, Dr. translates the play of Cenie, Vol. I. 2 18.
Blair, Dr. Hugh, patronizes Macpherson, Vol. I. 250.

His opinion of The Provok'd Husband, Vol. II. 15.
Of The Conscious Lovers, 15t. His Lecture on

the Poetry of the Hebrews, quoted, Vol. III. 298.
Blindness, reflections on, Vol. 111.211.
Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, an afterpiece, Vol. III.

85, 87, 105, 197. Remarks on, Vol. I. Pref. xix.

Vol. III. 199.
Blowing hot and cold, remarks on the phrase, Vol. III.

96.
Boaden, James, his remarks on The Provok'd Hus-

band, Vol. II. 17. On Johnson's Prologue to
T'he Good-natured Man, 260. On The Beggar's

Opera, Vol. III. 4. The Maid of the Mill, 7.
Bonnor, Bishop, mentioned, Vol. I. 356, 391.
Bookseller, a, Profession of, remarks on, Vol. III. 86, 98.
Box, a, reflections on, Vol. III.'115, 341.
Boy, character of the, not always the same as in the
after
man,

Vol. I. 39.
Boyle, Honourable Robt. his Occasional Reflections re-

ferred to, Vol. III. 117.
Bourdaloue, his censure of Moliere's Tartuffe, Vol. II.

253,
Bravery, explanation of the word, Vol. III. 149.
Brennus, mentioned, Vol. I. 403.
Bridges, Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower in the time

of Q. Mary, Vol. I. 343, 344, 417.
Breval, Capt. John Durant, Vol. III. 336.
Bribery, resisted, Vol. III. 192. Remarks on, 238.
Britannia and Batavia, a Masque, by Lillo, Vol. I.

168.
British Critic, Vol. I. Pref. ii.
Broadgate, (now called Bradgate) Park in Leicestere

shire, (belonging to the Earl of Stamford) formerly

the residence of Lady Jane Gray, Vol. I. 325.
Brown, Mr. The Landscape Gardener, anecdote of him,

Vol. III. 99.
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