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n. 2, iii. 426, 444 ; poetry, Johnson contem- murder, ii. 344, 346, 350, 352 n. 3, 354 ;
plates it with less pleasure than life, 433 ;

Collector of Antigua, 355.
Pope's Dunciad, 242 n. 8; P.'s good heart, GRENVILLE, Bernard, Granville's father, ii.
202 n. 1 ; P.'s Ilind, 119 n. 2; P.'s letters, 286.
157 n. 3; P.'s Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, GRENVILLE, Sir Bevil, Granville's grand-
226 11. 7; Post-office, opening letters in, 211 father, ii. 286.
n. 4; poverty, respects, 433 n. I; professor- GRENVILLE, Sir John, afterwards Earl of
ship of Modern History, 427, 428; Pro- Bath, Granville's uncle, ii. 286 n. 3, 288,
gress of Poesy and Bard, Johnson's criticism, 290.
440; praised by Warburton and Garrick, GRENVILLE, Sir Richard, ii. 293.
426; received with 'mute amazement,' 426 ; GREVILLE, Charles, Clerk Extraordinary of
universally rejected at first, 436; Wonder- Privy Council, iii. 329 n. 1; Secretary for
ful Wonder of Wonders,' ib.; Progress Jamaica, ii. 225 n. 5.
of Poesy, Johnson's criticism, 436–8; ‘high GREY, Dr. Zachary, editor of Butler, i. 214
Pindaric upon stilts,' 436 n. 3; property, 422,
433 n. I; prose and metrical composition, GRIFFIN, Benjamin, the player, ii. 271.
widened separation, 435 n. 4; Racine and GRIFFITH, Matthew, Master of the Temple,
Rowe, ii. 76 n. 8; reading more agreeable

i. 126 n. 2.
than writing, iii. 429 n. 5 ; 'redolent of joy,' GRIMM, Baron, Akenside's Pleasures of
435 ; restoration, attacked rage of, 430 n. 2; Imagination, iii. 300 n. 2 ; French trans-
rhyme, suffered from, 395 n. 6; rhymes lations, 237 n. 4; language independent of
dearly purchased, 434; Royal Society, jokes literature, i. 233 n. 1; Life of Savage, ii.
about, ii. 39; say Father Thames,' iii. 435; 434 n. 2 ; Thomson's Seasons, iii. 300 n. 2 ;
scepticism and infidelity, contempt for, 432 ; T.'s Tancred and Sigismunda, French version
Shaftesbury's Characteristics, 432; Shake- of, 293 n. 4.
speare's mythological birth, 437; Shenstone's Grotius, epigram on Scaliger's death, i.
Letters, 354; S.'s Schoolmistress, 359 n. I; 57; Milton visits him, 93.
Sonnet on Death of West, 423 n.4; Spence's Grub Street Journal, ii. 360 n. 2.
Polymetis, 142 n. 7; state-poems, ii. 306 Guardian, account of it, ii. 104 ; abruptly
n. 3; sterility of his muse, iii. 431 n. 2; dropped, 244 n. 2; Addison's papers, 105 ;
Stoke-Pogis, 423 n. 3; style, his turn for, advertisements, 108 n, I; contributors, 104
445; strophe and antistrophe, 439 n. 1 ; sub- n. 6; Philips's Pastorals, praised in it, iii.
limity, 439 n. 4; 'tall by walking on tiptoe,' 319, 324; Piozzi's, Mrs., marginal notes,
440; thinking in words, 433 n. 2; Thomson's 397 n. 4; Pope's papers, 100 n. 1, 107, 196
Castle of Indolence, 300 n. 2; T.'s descrip- n. 4, 198 n. 1, 319.
tions of nature, 299 n. 2; Tickell’s Colin and GUARINI, Pastor Fido, pastoral comedy, ii.
Lucy, ii. 311 n. 4; T.'s Prospect of Peace, 284, iii. 318, 319; Tasso's criticism, i. 296 ;
306 11. 3 ; • Torré of poetry,' iii. 440 n. 6; Roscommon translated a scene, 238.
translations of Northern and Welsh Poetry, GUILFORD, Francis North, first Baron, Lord
441; travel necessary to him, 428 n. 5; Keeper, ii. 39.
travels with Walpole, 422 ;

• Ursa Major,

GUISCARD, Marquis de, iii. 24 n. 2.
445 ; 'velvet-green,' 436; verbal m nory, GULSTON, Theodore, M.D., iii. 415 n. 7.
not good, 435 n. 5; Walpole, friendship and GULSTON, William, Bishop of Bristol, Ad-
quarrel with, 422; Warburton's learning, dison's uncle, iii. 326.
165 n. 3; Weave the warp,' 439; Wesley's Gustavus Vasa, iii. 179 n. 6, 292.
estimate, 431 n. 5; West, Richard, friendship GWYN, John, Thoughts on the Coronation,
with, 423; W.'s, Gilbert, Imitations of ii. 345 n. 4.
Spenser, 332 n. 5; Wordsworth's criticisms, GwynNE, Nell, Afra Behn's adulation, i.
294 n. 1, 435 n. 4, 440 n. 9; Young's Night 399; Charles II and Dorset, 305 n. 3;
Thoughts, 396 n. 2; zoology, 431 ; quo- * Florimel'in Dryden's Secret Love, 340 n.6;
tations, Bard, 439 n. 6, 440 n. 3; Education letter, 384 11. 2.
and Government, 433 n. 4; Hymn to Igno-
rance, 421 1. 7; Ode on death of a favourite HACKET, John, Bishop of Coventry, Lif
Cat, 434; Ode on Spring, 434 n. 2 ; Progress of Archbishop Williams, iii. 314, 325; motto,
of Poesy, i. 465 n. 4, iii. 437 n. 2.

325.
GREAT HORWOOD, iii. 143 n. 2.

HADDON, Walter, i. 87.
GREEN, Matthew, iii. 435 n. 1.

HAGLEY, iii. 290 11. 1, 348 n. 1, 351, 446,
GREENE, Maurice, iii. 228 n. 5.

450, 456.
GREGORY, Dr. David, Dean of Christ HAILES, Lord (Sir David Dalrymple),
Church, Oxford, i. 150.

Prior's Tales, ii. 201 n. 1; Rowe's widow,
GREGORY, Dr. John, Professor of Medicine

iii. 261 n. 3.
at Edinburgh, iii. 445:

Hains, Devonshire, ii. 300.
GREGORY, Mr., tried with Savage for HAINES, Joe, the player, i, 381 n. 2.

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HAKEWILL, Dr. George, i. 137 13. 5.
HALES-OWEN, iii. 348, 349, 353.
Half-a-crown, iti. 313, 314 n. 1, 407 *. 4.
HALIFAX, Charles Montagu, Earl of, Act of
Union, his part in, ii. 45; Addison's patron,
84, 88; A., praised by, 42 n. 8, 46; auditor
of Exchequer, 44, 45; Barton, Catherine,
connexion with, 42 n. 2 ; Bentley's verses,
46 n. 2; birth, &c., 41; 'Bufo, 46, iii.
128 n. 1, 287 n. 2; Chancellor of Exchequer,
ii. 44; City and Country Mouse, i. 380, 443,
ii. 43, 182; Clerkship of Privy Council, 42;
Commissioner of the Treasury, 44; Con-
greve's patron, 215, 217, 225; Convention
Parliament, sat in, 42; death, 46; dedica-
tions to him, 46 n. 2, 47; Dorset, his patron,
42, 43; Dryden's funeral, i. 390, 392 n. 1;
Elector of Hanover, favours, ii. 45; Epistle
occasioned by His Majesty's Victory in Ire-
land, parodied by Pope, 42 n. 8; First Lord
of the Treasury, 44, 45; Garter conferred on
him, 45; Gay, praised by, 46 n. 2; general
fund, projected, 44; Hughes's patron, 159;
impeached, 44, 45, iii. 10 n. 3 ; impudence and
quick advancement, ii. 44 n. 1; Maecenas
and Flaccus,' 46 n. 2; marriage, 42; Mouse
Montagu,' 43 n. 1; Newton, friendship with,
42; Occasional Conformity; opposes bill
against, 45, 48; On the death of Charles II,
43; orders, intention of taking, ib.; patron of
poets, 15, 46; peerage, 44, 45; poets' praises,
46 n. 2; Pope, advances of favour 'to, iii.
126, 127; P. 'honoured with his patronage,'
113 n. 1; P.'s Iliad, 126, 128 n. 1 ; P., la-
mented by, 128 n. 1; P., satirized by, i. 392
n. 1, ii. 46, iii. 128 n. 1, 287n. 2; ' pretender
to taste,' a, iii. 126; Prince of Orange,
signed invitation to, ii. 42; Prior, writes
City and Country Mouse with, i. 380, ii. 42 ;
P., attacked by, 44 n. 10, 182 n. 6; P., be-
friends, 191 n. 4; Privy Councillor, 44; pub-
lic records, service to, 46 n. 2 ; Queen Anne,
dismissed by, 44; recoinage scheme, i. 405
n. 3, ii. 44; regency in William III's absence,
44; regency on Queen Anne's death, 45;
Sacheverell's impeachment, ib.; self-know-
ledge, 47 n. 4; Smith's patron, 15; 20;
speech on high treason trials, wrongly as-
cribed to him, 43; statesman, artful and ac-
tive, 41 ; Stepney, friendship with, i. 309, ii.

i.
41; Swift, censured and flattered by, 46 n. 3,
iii. 14 n. 5; Tickell, flattered by, ii. 47 n. 2;
Trinity College, Cambridge, 41; Westmin-
ster School, scholar of, ib.; William III,
introduction to, 43; Works and Life, pub-
lished by Curll, 41 n. 1; quotations,
Epistle occasioned by his Majesty's Victory in
Ireland, 42 n. 8; on the death of King
Charles, 42 n. 3.

HALIFAX, William Savile, Marquis of, ii.
323 n. 4•
HALL, Arthur, translator of the Iliad, iii.
115 n. 3.

HALL, Mr. Hubert, iii. 460.
HALL, Joseph, Bishop of Exeter and Nor-
wich, Humble Remonstrance, i. 102; Mil.
ton's Doctrine of Divorce, 106 n. 3; Modest
Confutation, &c., ascribed to him, 103 n. 4;
Satires, 466, iii. 177 n. 2, 251.
Hall, Mr. Sydney Prior, iii. 360.
HALL, Dr., Roscommon's tutor, i. 229.
HALLAM, Henry, Dryden's poetry, i. 459
n. 3, 469 n. 10; D.'s Spanish Friar, 356
n. 9; D. and Shadwell,' 459 n. 4; Haddon's
latinity, 87 n. 6; Johnson and Dryden, 331
n. 1 ; Paradise Lost and Milton's Arianism,
155 n. 5.
HALLER, Count, iii. 391.
HALLEY, Edmund, ii. 62 n. 7.
HALSEY, Edmund, the brewer, iii. 425 n. 2.
HAMILTON, Anthony, iii. 99.
HAMILTON, James Douglas, fourth Duke
of, ii. 322 n. 3.

HAMILTON, Rt. Hon. William Gerard, ii.
38 n. 1.
HAMILTON, Miss, iii. 272.
HAMILTON, Professor, of Edinburgh, iii. 282.
HAMMOND, Anthony, the poet's father, ii.
313.

HAMMOND, Anthony, Walpole's brother-in-
law, ii. 313 n. 1.

HAMMOND, James, birth, &c., ii. 313;
Chesterfield, his editor, 314; Cobham, Lyt-
telton and Chesterfield, friendship with, 313 ;
death, 314; Elegies, 314, 315; equerry to
Prince of Wales, 313; frigid pedantry,' 315;
Kitty Dashwood, his ‘Delia,' 312 n. 5; M.P.
for Truro, 314; Prologue, to Lillo's Elmerick,
314 n. 2; Thomson's lines on him, 314 n. 3;
Westminster School, 313 ; quotations,
Elegies, ii. 314 n. 6, 315, 315 nn.
HAMPDEN, Alexander, involved in Waller's
Plot, i. 266.

HAMPDEN, John (Shipmoney'), Waller's
cousin, i. 249 n. 4, 256, 266 n. 3.
HAMPDEN, John, grandson of Shipmoney'
Hampden, involved in Rye House Plot, i.
281 n. 2.

HAMPDEN, John, great-grandson of Ship-
money' Hampden, i. 160 n. 5.
HAMPDEN, Richard, father of John Hamp-
den, Junior, i. 281 n. 2.
HAMPDEN, William, father of Shipmoney'
Hampden, i. 249 n. 4, 268 n. 7.
HAMPDEN, Mr., Waller's cousin, i. 276 n. 3.
HAMPSTEAD, ii. 439, iii. 414.
HAMPTON, James, translator of Polybius, i.
87, ii. 77 n. 3.
HAMPTON Town, i. 17.
HANDEL, Alexander's Feast, sets to music,
i. 456 n. 4; Hughes's pieces, ii. 160 n. 5;
L'Allegro and Il Penseroso, i. 165 n. 3;
Italian Opera, ii. 165, 166.
HANLEY Castle, ii. II n. 2.
HANMER, Sir Thomas, character of elo-
quence,' ii. 80 n. 1; Shakespeare, 138 n. 1.

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HANNES, Dr., i. 318, ii. 6.

HARTLIB, Nan, i. 196.
HANNIBAL, death of, iii. 200.

HARTLIB, Samuel, account of him, i. 196 ;
HANOVER CLUB, iii. 320.

Milton's Tractate of Education inscribed to
HAPPINESS, advantages of nature or fortune him, 90, 133
contribute little to, ii. 321.

HARTOPP, Sir John, iii. 304.
HARCOURT, Simon, first Viscount, Lord HARVARD UNIVERSITY, iii. 304 n. 4.
Keeper, Gay his guest, ii. 273; Gay, praised HARVEY, Thomas, translated' Mantuan's
by, iii. 258 n. 5; Philips's monument, i. 314; Bucolics, iii. 317 n. 4..
Pope's epitaph on his son, iii. 259 n. 2. Harvey, Dr. William, i. 9 n. 3, ii. 60

HARCOURT, Hon. Simon, Pope's epitaph,
iii. 258; Philips's ' dear youth,' i. 314 n. 5 ; HARVEY, Mr. William J., Dryden's funeral,
Sheffield, praises, ii. 179.

i. 486.
HARDWICKE, Philip Yorke, Lord Chan- HASLINGTON, iii. 75 n. 1.
cellor, Dyer's patron, iii. 344 n. 6; Savage, HASSEL, a King's messenger, i. 266.
dismisses · information against, ii. 389; S., HASTINGS, Lord, elegies on his death, i.
praised by, 355 n. 3, 389 n. 1; Thomson's 332 n. 6, 333.
office, iii. 290; Wharton's annuities to Young, HASTINGS, i. 272.
369; Young's dedication to him, 382.

HATCH, Rev. Edwin, D.D., üi. 360.
HARDWICKE, second Earl, iii. 252.

Hatton, Charles, ii. 436.
HARE, Francis, Bishop of Chichester, iii. HAWKER, Rev. R. S., of Morwenstow, iii.
375.

360.
HAREFIELD, I. 93.

HAWKESWORTH, Dr. John, account of him,
HARLEY, Robert, first Earl of Oxford, iii. 67; Adventurer, edited, 333 ; Cook's
Addison's official incapacity, ii. In n. 4; voyages, payment for, 118 9. 1; Johnson,
Bolingbroke, quarrel with, iii. 24, 26; Con- relations with, 1, 67; Life of Swift, 1, 31, 67;

I
greve retained in places, ii. 225; "huddled publication of his papers, i. 161 n. 1; Watt's
and obscure,' iii. 137 n. 3; impeachment, ii. delivery, iii. 307.
178, 190 n. 1, 192 n. 3; knew neither how HAWKINS, Sir John, Akenside's character,
to use power or to wear honours,' iii. 24 n. iii. 416 ». I; Beggar's Opera and crime, ii.
3; 'odd way,' ii. 72; Pope's Essay on 278 n. 6; Blackmore's Creation, 244 n. 1;
Man, pays for Latin version, iii. 170 n. 3; Cowley and music, i. 26 n. 2; Dryden and
P., never proposed pension for, 118; Odyssey, music, 456 n. 4; Pope's annuity, iii. 119 .
subscribed for, 142 n. 4; P.'s Parnell dedicated I; P.'s Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 228 n. 5;
to him, 137 ; P.'s religion, regrets, 109 n. 2; P.'s portrait of Betterton, 107 n. 5.
P.'s translation, laments, 110; P.'s versifica- HAWKINS, William, Professor of Poetry
tion of Donne's Satires, 177; Pretender at Oxford, iii. 359; Virgil's Aeneid, trans-
and Hanoverians, intrigued with, 17 1.. 3, 137 lated, i. 454 n. 1.
n. 3; Prior's friend and patron, ii. 194, 198, HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel, Congreve's monu-
200; Rowe advised by him to study Spanish, ment, ii. 227 n. 3.
71; slow and irresolute, iii. 17; Swift ad. Hazlitt, William, Congreve's characters,
mitted to familiarity, 14, 15; S. and Parnell, ii. 216 n. 4; C.'s Mourning Bride, 230 n. 1;
ii. 50, 55; see Swift; Tory by necessity or Collier's attack on stage, 233 n. 1 ; Collins's
convenience, iii. 17; Whig, in his heart, Ode to Evening, iii. 341 n. 5; Gray's 'Pin-
17 n. 2; Whigs, hated by, 17 n. 4.

daric Odes,' 440 n. 9; Hammond's Elegies,
HARPER, Mr., Dyer's patron, iii. 344. ii. 315 n. 6; Savage and Chatterton, 434 n.
HARRINGTON, James, author of Oceana, i. 2 ; Shenstone and Gray, iii. 354 n. 3; S.'s
126 n. I.

Pastoral Ballad and Schoolmistress, 359 n. I ;
HARRIS, Joseph, the actor, i. 384 n. 2. Thomson's poetry, 298 n. 7.
HARRIS, Mr., Fellow of Winchester, iii. HEARNE, Thomas, Aldrich, i. 312 n. 5;
363.

Blackmore, ii. 235 n. 7, 238 n. 6; Burgess,
HARRISON, William, editor of Tatler con- the preacher, 300 n. 8; claret, price of, iii.
tinuation, ii. 224 n. 3; Young's affectionate 59 n. 1; Cowley's relaxation of loyalty, i. 9

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mention of his death, iii. 365.

n. 4; Garth's oration over Dryden's corpse,
HARROW, ii. 62.

391 n. 1; Kennett's Whiggism, ii. 30 n. 1;
HART, Charles, the actor, i. 477 n. 2. King, William, 31 n. 6; Lancaster, Dr.,
HARTE, Rev. Walter, Professor of Poetry 151; Lechmere, Lord, I n. 4; Parker, ' leam-
at Oxford, commendatory verses on Fenton's ed Dick,' 10 n. 4; Pope's filial piety,
obscene poems, ii. 263 n. 1; Dryden's versi- iii. 154 n. 4; Dunciad, attacked in, 113 n. 2;
fication, i. 436; Pope's bad rhymes in Essay P.'s Greek and Latin, ib.; Rowe, ii. 72 n.
on Man, iii. 162 n. 5; P. and Betterton's 3; Tickell's fellowship, 304 n. 2; Urry,
Chaucer, 108; P., recommended by, 91 n. John, of Christ Church, 21 n. 4.
5; P., Prior and Addison, ii, 211 n. 3.

HEARNE, Mrs., Stella's niece, iii. 43 r. 4.
HARTHAM, ii. 17, 18, 23.

HEATHCOTE, Sir John, üi. 344.

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Bastard ascribed to him, 377 n. 1; S., be-
friends, 341; S.'s first Volunteer Laureat
ascribed to him, 382 n. 3; S.'s Miscellany, con-
tributed to, 342 ; S.'s right to a pension, 406
n. 2; S.'s story, inserts in Plain Dealer, 328 n.
2, 341; S.'s tragedy, 339, 340; Thomson, no-
tices, iii

. 284; T.'s Winter, verses prefixed to,
286; T., verses to, 285; Tyrconnel, praises,
ii. 358 n. 1; Voltaire's Zaïre, translated, 341
n. 7; Westminster School, 339 n. 2.
Hill, Major-General John, ii. 31.
HINCHINGBROKE, Edward, Lord, i. 232

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HEDELIN, François, ii. 5.
HEDGES, Sir Charles, ii. 88.
HEINSIUS, i. 114 1. 4.
HELVOETSLUYS, iii. 371.
HEMISTICHS, i. 63, ii. 208, iii. 399.
HENDERSON, John, the actor, iii. 416 n. 1.
HENDERSON, John, of Pembroke College,
Oxford, iii. 359.
HENLEY, John (Orator'), account of him,
ii. 428 n. 3; distich on Pope's Homer and
Broome, iii. 81; P. and Savage, ii. 428;
Whitehead's Manners, mentioned in, iii.
181 n. 2.
HENLEY IN ARDEN, iii. 358 n. 1.
HENRIETTA MARIA, Queen, Cowley fol-
lows her to Paris, i. 6; St. Albans, Lord,
relations with, 6 n. 3, 282 n. 3; Waller
celebrates her arrival in England, 251 1. 5.

HERBERT, Charles, Sheffield's natural son,
ii. 173 n. 10.

HERBERT, George, letters, his, iii. 139;
omitted by Johnson, i. 22 n. 4.
HERBERT, Mrs., Butler's wife, i. 204.
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, i. 314.

i,
HEROIC POEM, hero may be unfortunate,
i. 176.
HEROIC VERSE, i. 192.

HERRING, Thomas, Archbishop of Can-
terbury, ii. 278.

HERRINGMAN, Dryden's publisher, i. 346
n. 2.

HERTFORD, Frances, Countess of, invita-
tions to poets, iii. 287; Savage's pardon, ii.
352, 353; Thomson's Spring dedicated to
her, iii. 287.
HERTFORD, Algernon, Earl of, iii. 287.
HERVEY, John, brother of Cowley's friend,
i. 36 n. 8.
Hervey, John, Lord, duel with Pulteney,
iii. 178; Epistle from a Nobleman to a Doctor
of Divinity, 179 n. I, 246 n. 4; Gay and
Duchess of Queensberry, ii. 280 n. 3; G.'s
Polly, 279 1. 2; George II's advice to him,
iii. 148 n. 4; Johnson not fair judge where
a Hervey concerned, 179 n. 3; Lyttelton's
appearance, 454 n. 4; L.'s speeches, 447 n.
4; Pope's father, a batter, 179; P.'s Sporas,'
246 ; P., warfare with, 178, 180; Verses
to the Imitator of Horace, 178 n. 5, 246
11. 4.
HERVEY, William, Cowley's elegy, i. 36,
65.
HESSUS, Eobanus, iii. 114 n. 3.
Heyne, iii. 319 n. 5.
HIGHGATE School, ii. 66.
Hill, Aaron, Blackmore's Prince Arthur,
ii. 239 n. 6; Creation, 340 n. 1; Dennis,
lines on, 133 n. 6; Gay and Dachess of Mon-
mouth, 268 n. 2; Happy Man, 342 ; Mal-
let's Eurydice, iii. 402; Plain Dealer, ii.
341 n. 7; Pope's Bathos, 361 n. 4; P. and
Dennis, iii. 95 n. 6; P.'s Dunciad, inserted in,
151, 213 ; prose, his, ii. 340 n. I ; Savage's

Histoire des imaginations extravagantes de
M. Oufle, iii. 182 1. 4.

HOADLY, Benjamin, Bishop of Winchester,
All for Love, at Blenheim House, sees, ii.
396 r. 1; Bangor controversy, 329 n. 3;
Whig meeting at the Trumpet, 157.
HOADLY, Benjamin, the younger, M.D.,
Pope's deathbed, iii. 191 n. 8; Suspicious
Husband, 184 n. 2.

HOADLY, Dr. John, son of the bishop, ii.
157.

HOBBES, Thomas, Iliad, iii. 115, 252 ; Mil-
ton and Salmasius, i. 112; Sheffield's re-
ligion, ii. 174.
Hodges, Dr., i. 248 n. 2.
HOGARTH, William, ii. 398 11. 3.
Hogg, James, the Ettrick shepherd, i. 267
HOLLAND, third Lord, favourite lines of
Pope, iii, 247 n. 3.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell, flowers of poetry
on border line of sublime and ridiculous, i.
460 N. 3.
HOLSTEIN, keeper of Vatican library, i. 94,
HOLYDAY, Barten, translator of Juvenal, i.
373, 422, 446.

Home, John, author of Douglas, iii. 340.
HOMER, Cambridge large Homer, iii. 252;
Cowper on English translations, 275; few
passages of doubtful meaning, 114; Iliad,
not written without immense labour,' i. 2 n.
5; 1. and Paradise Lost, 175; 1. prose trans-

;
lation suggested, iii. 114 n. 2; I. quoted,
129 n. ! ; liberty of borrowing from him, i.
92; Odyssey, quoted, 100 n. 2, ii. 49;
translated into English by Chapman, Hobbes,
and Ogilby, iii. 115; French by La Valterie
and Dacier, 114; by Sald, 115 n. 3 ; Italian
by Salvini, 237; Latin by Hessas, 114;
lliad translations by Broome, Ozell, and
Oldisworth, 76; I. Dryden, Mainwaring,
Tickell, 132; í. Hall, 115 n. 3; 1. Pope,
109; Odyssey, translation by Pope, Fenton,
and Broome, ii

, 259, iii. 76, 139.
Honest, ii. 263 n. 1.
Honesta res est laeta paupertas, iii. 433 n. 1.
Honied, iii. 434 1. 2.
Hood, Admiral, Viscount Bridport, iii. 328

95 n. 1.

n. 2.

HOOKE, Abbé, iii. 191 n. 8.
Hooke, Nathaniel, account of him, iii. 191
n. 7; Bolingbroke's opinions and Pope, 169;
Pope's deathbed, suggests priest, 191.

HOOKER, Richard, all truth out of any
truth, iii. 99; quoted by Waller, i. 255.
HOOLE, John, translator of Tasso, i. 296.
HORACE, cheerfulness, iii. 207 1. 2; Cow-
ley's version of Epis. i. 2. 40, i. 62;. 'cu-
riosa felicitas,' iii. 236 n, I; .dignus vindice
podus,' ii. 284 n. 3; Gray's Bard and pro-
phecy of Nereus, iii. 438; G.'s Ode on Ad-
versity and 'O Diva, gratum quae regis
Antium,' 435 ; Hughes's paraphrases of Odes,
ii. 159 n. 4, 160 n. 3; Incredulus odi,
16, iii. 438; 'inventore minor,' ii. 205 ;
Jonson's, Ben, Ars Poetica, i. 421 n. 5;
Lucilius, ii. 205; ‘mens divinior,' 282 12. 7 ;
Monumentum exegi aere perennius,' sung
over Dryden's corpse, i. 391 11. 1, 487; Pindar,
43 n. 3, iii. 227 n. 4; Pope's Imitations of
Horace, 175, 246; Rochester's imitation of
Sat. i. 10, i. 224;. Roscommon's version of
Ars Poetica, 237; R.'s version of Odes (i. 22,
iii. 6), 238; Scaliger's two favourite odes,
35 n. 1; similes, ii. 130; Walsh's imitation
of Odes (iii. 3), i. 330 n. 6; quotations,
Ars Poetica (1. 12), iii. 346 n. 1; (1. 409), ii.
2; Epistles (i. 2. 69), 211 n. 2; (i. 7. 28),
iii. 41 n. 5; (ii. 1. 50), 176 n. 3; (ii. 2. 12),
ii. 9; (ii. 2. 137), i. 137 n. 2 ; Odes (i. 35. I),
iii. 435 1. 7; (ii. 1. 7), ii. 116 n. 3; (iii. 24.
31), 318 n. 1; (iv. 2. 7), i. 43 n. 3; Satires
(i. 5. 44), ii. 3; (ii. 1. 60), 265 r. 3.
HORNE, George, Bishop of Norwich, iii.
HORNER, Francis, Collins's Ode on the
Superstitions of the Highlands, iii. 340 n. 3;
Cowley's Essays, i. 64 n. 2.
Horte, Dr. Josiah, Archbishop of Tuam,
Horton, in Buckinghamshire, i. 91, 93.
HORTON, in Northamptonshire, ii. 41.
HOUGH, Dr., President of Magdalen Col-
lege, Oxford, ii. 297,

HOWARD, Edward, Dryden's brother-in-
law, i. 307 n. 5, 393 n. 3; British Princes,
308 n. 2 ; Rehearsal, ridiculed in, 482; ridi-
culed by Dorset and Waller, 308 n. 2.

HOWARD, Lady Elizabeth, Dryden's wise,
account of her, i. 393; D.'s funeral, 390;
'I wish I were a book,' 397 n. 1; scholar of
Purcell, 341 n. 3.

HOWARD, Mrs. Henrietta, afterwards Coun-
tess of Suffolk, courted by Gay and Pope,
ii. 275 nr. 2, iii. 39 n. 3 ; Pope overeats at
her table, 200 n. 2; power not lodged with
her, ii. 275 11. 2, iii. 39 ; Swift pays court
to her, 39, 73 ; S.'s ingratitude, ii. 375 n. 2.

HOWARD, John, Dryden's brother-in-law,
i. 482.
HOWARD, John, prison reformer, ii. 426 11. 3.
HOWARD, Sir Robert, Dryden's brother-in-

law, Committee, The, i. 382 n. 4; Conquest
of China by the Tartars, 480; 'corruption
of poet, generation of statesman,' 339 n. 6;
dramatic rhyme controversy with Dryden,
338, 339; Dryden's Annus Mirabilis, ad-
dressed to him, 338; Dryden's marriage,
393 n. 4; Duke of Lerma, 338, 339; Indian
Queen, 336; Milton, converses with, 156 n. 4
Rehearsal, supposed to be 'Bilboa' in, 369,
482; "Sir Positive' in Shadwell's Sullen
Lovers, 482.

Howe, Charles, Devout Meditations, iii.
385.

HOWE, Baroness, Pope's quincunx, de-
stroyed, iii. 134 n. 2.

Howell, James, Familiar Letters, iii.
159 ; Milton's Divorce Doctrine, i. 106;
Parnell's Hermit, story of, ii. 53, 55; San-
nazaro's 'famous hexastic,' i. 41 n. 6.
HOWITT, Mary, iii. 33 n. 3.
HUGHES, Mrs. Anne (Burgess), the poet's
mother, ii. 159.
HUGHES, John, Addison's Cato, ii

. 99, 162 ;
Apollo and Daphne, 162 ; birth, &c., 159;
Blackmore, visits, 236 n. 4; Calypso and
Telemachus, 161; cantatas, 160; Correspon-
dence, 159 n. 1, iii. 343; Court of Neptune,
ii. 159; death, 164; dedication to Lord
Chancellor Cowper, 164; d. to Duke of
Wharton, 161; d. to Earl of Halifax, 159;
Duke of Gloucester's birthday, celebrates,
159; Duncombe's Memoir of him, 159 n. 1;
Essay on the Pleasure of being deceived, 160;
education, 159 ; Horace, paraphrases of, 159,
160 ; House of Nassau, 160; Lay Monastery,
contributed to, 244; ministry, intended for
the, 159 n. 5; music and painting, 159; Ode
to the Creator of the World, 161; Ode on
Music, 160; Ordnance office, place in, 159 ;
Peace of Rystvick, ib.; Pharsalia, translates,
161; Pope's estimate of him, 165 ; Secretary
to the Commissions of the Peace, 163; Siege
of Daniascus, 162 n. 4, 163, 164; Spenser,
edited, 162; Steele's Essay on him, 164;
Swift's low estimate of his poems, ib.; Tat-
ler, Spectator and Guardian, contributed to,
161; theatric genius,' iii. 397 n. 7;
translations, Fontenelle's Dialogues des Morts,
ii. 160; Molière, 161; Vertot's Revolution
of Portugal, ib.; Watt's schoolfellow,
159 n. 3, iii. 303; W.'s advice, ii. 159 n. 5;
W., praised by, 164 n. 2; quotations
On the Birthday of Lord Chancellor Parker,
163 n. 2; Ode to Lord Chancellor Cowper,
163 n. 2.

HUME, David, Bolingbroke's Works, iii.
407 11. 7; Burnet's inaccuracy, i, 128 n. 5;
Charles II, no true generosity, 248 n. 2; C.ii's
"unexampled lenity,' 127 n. 3; Cowley, 59
11. I; curiosity, ii. 371 n. 1 ; Dryden's plays,
i. 335 n. 4; eloquence must submit to public
verdict, ii. 16 n. 3; Hudibras, i. 212 nn. 1, 6;
Lyttelton's Hist. of Henry II, iii. 453 n, 1;

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