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Jan, 12. Johu Erskine, of Edinburgh, D.D.

Cæsar Mussolini, Italian Master 31. Rev. Hen. Bright of Bicton, Co. Dev. ät.

80 Feb. 28. Sam Bentley, of Uttoxeter, aged 83 May 17. Rob. Pool Finch, D.D. June 20. Edw. Ironside, Esq. of Twickenham July 1. Rev. Jas. Glazebrook, of Belton, Co. Leic.

7. Rev. Wm. Collier, formerly of Trin. Coll.

Cam. poet, ft. 6
9. John Philips, Barrister
20. Rev. Walter Kerrich, of Salisbury

Tho. Hussey, D.D. titular Bp. of Waterford Aug. 1. Wm. Woodfall, æt. 58

25. Tate Wilkinson, of York Sept. 20. Nicholas Gay, Esq. F.R.S. Oct. 17. Rev. John Prior, of Ashby de La Zouch, æt.

25. Nov. 4. Rev. Richd. De Courcy, of Shrewsbury, æt.

60

1804.

Jan. 12. Rev. John Cole Gallaway, of Hinkley, æt. 67
Feb. 17. Mr. John Girvin, at Edinburgh, æt. 70
Mar. 17. James Hare, M.P.
May 12. Rev. John Bruckner, of Norwich
June

. John Anderson, of Margate, M.D. July 2. Rev. Edward Ashburner, aged 67 Aug. 22. Rev. Timothy Kenrick, Dissenting Minister.

aged 46 Sept. 16. Rev. Wm. Tindal, F.A.S. Antiquary Oct. 6. Rev. Jos. Lathbury, of Suffolk, aged 84

Oct.

Oct. 20. Rev. Geo. Andrew Thomas, of Deptford, æt.

38

29. John Lord Chedworth Dec. 19. Rev. Jos. Mills, of Cowbit, Co. Linc. æt. 72

26. Rev. Rob. Burd Gabriel, D.D.

ART. XX. Literary Ovituary.

brated poetess,

Oct. 10. Rev. Robert Anthony Bromley, B.D. of Hertford Street, Fitzroy Square, London, aged 71. Oct. 19. At Telford, near Farnham, Surry, the celepoetess, Mrs. Charld

Mrs. Charlotte Smith, of whom a full memoir will hereafter be given.

Oct. 19. At St. John's Coll. Cam. Henry Kirke White, poet, aged 21.

Nov. 10. Sir Win. Forbes, Bart. biographer. Of both whom also future accounts will be inserted in this work.

Oct. 20. Mr. Richard Weston, of Leicester, æt. 74, author of several botanical works, &c.

Dec. 19, 1806.

GEXERAL

GENERAL INDEX.

A.

Argenis of J. Barclay, 296: its cha-
Academy of Armory, by Randle Holm, racter and objects, 297
315

Argyle, D. of 140
for education of gentry, 57

Ariodante & Geneura, Tale of, by Bee
Addington, St. ob. 4:8

verley, 76
Adventurer of Hawksworth, aided by | Armada Spanish, Skeltonical Salutation
J. Warton, 189

on, 294
Ainsworth's Dict. 108

Armilogia, by S. Morgan, 313
Aiton, Mr. memoir of, 103

Armor al bearings, not necessarily re-
Akensiie's Hymn to Science, 186 gistered in the Her. Coll. 254
Albanact, son of Brutus, his Legend, 2 | Armories, on the Ancient and Modern
Albert, sonnets by, 107

Use of, by Nisbet, 317
Albini, 311

Arms and Armory, Discourse of, by
Aldborough, Earl, ob. 421

Waterhous, 309
Alexander Sir Walt. 248; Sir Wm.

Coats of, when valuable, 81;
391; Phereus, 347

contemptible, when purchased, ib. 82;
Alfred Prince, 157-408; see Aluredus curious specimens of ridiculous de-
Allan, Geo. ob 420

vises for, 82; complex in the time of
Allison, Rev. Mr. 124

Hen. VIII. 83 ; well-digested trea-
Allot, R. 256, 306

tise on, wanted, ib.; not always ca-
Alowick Castle, 137

pable of proof, 86: prescription, a
Altham, R. 275

good title to, 87; modern grants to
Aloway Kirk, the scene of Burns's low people, laughed at,'88; unskil-
Tam O'Shanter, 25

fully designed by modern heralds,
Alton, co. Hants, 110

320
Aruledus, or Altredus, Tragi-comedia, The ancient usage of bearing,
407

by Dugdale, 316
Ames, Mr. his poem of the Double Armstrong, Rev. Joh. memoir of, 107;

Descent, 348
Ampbion, 344

Arnalt and Lucenda, Pretty and Witty
Anderson, Jo. ob. 423; Walter, ob. History of, by Cl. Hollyband, 68;
420 ; Sir Ed. 171

his address to the reader, 69; argu-
Andrews, Bp. 274 ; Rev. Dr. 171 ment of the work, 70
Andronicus, 344

Art, coem on, 377
Anglorum Lachrymæ, by Ri. Johnson, Arthur, D. of Britainy, 11
308

King, 157
Annesley, Ld. 59

Arundel, Ld. 64
Anstis, Joh. berald, 318

Tho. H. Earl of, 63
Antidotum Cecillianum, 384

Ash, joh. ob. 419
Antrim County, Letters on, 106 Ashburner, Edw. ob. 423
Arabian Night's Entertainment, 121 Ashmore, Joh, translated Odes of Ho.
Arcadia, Sydney's, 389

race, 279; epigrams, 280; speci.
Arena, Ant. de, 363

Ass,

Dr. 130

mens, 281

VOL. III.

Ass, a poem, 393

&c. 129; his opinion of Johnson,
Asteley, Jonas, 221

129, 130, and of Goldsmith, 130,
Aston, Ld. 286

131; his domestic losses, 131 ; his
Sir Walt. 64

praise of Dobson's “Paradisus Amis-
Audley, Ld. &c. his Legend in M. M.

sus," 132; commends Gray's letters,
14

133, and mentions Lady M. Wort.
Aulicus Coquinariz, 411

ley's, ib.; his death, ib. ; his charac.
Archelow, Tho. 34

ter by Mrs. Nicntagu, ib. ; his ne-
Atropion Delion, by T. Newton, 308 glect of his soetical talent, 134; his
Ayr Market, 28

Letters, 135
Beauchamp, 311

Beauclerk, Mr. 267
B

Becket, Tho. 269

Bedingfield, Sir H. 383
B. A. sonnet to, 30

Bees, the Parliament of, a Masque by
Bacon, Nathan, his Historical Dis-

John Day, 291; its contents, 292 ;
course, 77 ; praised by Ld. Chat-

specimen of, ib. 293
ham, ib. 78; characterized by L. Belcher, Wm. verses by, 96
Grenville, ib.; biographical notes of Beiknap, Sir Ro. 15, 17
him, 77

Bell, Ja. ob. 421
- Fryar, Hist. of, 177; whence Belvedere, or Garden of the Muses; a
the faree of No Song no Supper, curious collection of Poetry in 1600;
178; extracts from, ib. 179-183; account of it, 29; its compiler Joha
Bong from, 183

Bodlenham, ib.; proæmiuin to, 31
Bagnall, G. ob. 421

Bembo, Card. 265
· Bagot, Bp. ob. 422

Benlowes, Mr. 277
Bker, Sam 397

Bentley, S. ob. 423
Baldwin, Wm. first compiler of Mirror Benson, Mr. 132
for Mugis rates, 2, 152, 154

Berkeley, Bp. 119; Mrs. ob. 420
B:Imanno, Jo. ob. 421

Bernard, Bp. ob. 335
Bamficl, Hu. 74

Berners, Juliana, 92
Banks, Sir Jos. 104

Bertie, Ld. Rob. 267
Banquet Irish, 35

Berwick, Co. York, 103
Barcham, Dr. John, 95

Beverley, Pet. translated Tale of Arie.
Barcias, Jho, 29? ; sec Argenis dunte and Geneura, 76
Barcot, 311

Bill, Diana, 277
Barjurg, Ld. 144

Bingham, Geo. ob. 420
Barnes, B. 374 ; his sonnels, 173 Bingley, Wm. ob. 420
Barn fieid, R. 34

Blackstone, D. 121. Hen. ob. 4:1
Burramed, S. Lucar de, 354

Blair, Dr. 141
Barret, St. eb. 422

Blake, Phillis, 2:3
Bartas, Di, 173, 314

Stephens, Gardener, 412
Bartholomew, Chrob. 421

Biasoniam, ad Latin. Introd, by Joh.
Bacol.-Seagrave, Co. North. 218

Gibbon, 315
Basilius, Madrigui by, 393 ; song of, Blenerhasset, Tho. added to the Mir-
ib.

ror for Magistrates, 3
Basin stoke, Co. Hants. 185

Blume, R. his Art o. lieraldry, 323
Beach, , 7, ??

Blossoms, a poem by Herrick, 238
Bratije, ut joes, Memoes vry Binn, 7'10. account of, 271. Art of

Sir Wm. Forb«, 113; born a poet, makir Divises, 309
115; fond of slnering in the fiel's, Blyth, Th. '39
116; drew Edvin from himili, Boccace, 344; lis lonke on the Fall of
ng; a prod. of particul. gegiu, Princes, 7, 9, 10, 11, 19.
118; a phi csupher by accharot, 119; Bodenham, john, edino
hates metaphysic., 120, 121 ; origin dere, 29; of Politeuphia and Wit's
of his viitidel, 122, 123 ; pruiser! Theatr od En, land's Helicon, 30
by Lyttelt n, 124; disapproves oi Bolingbroke, wd. 331
solitude, 125, which is deinded hy Buii'li, W. 306
the editor, 127; he is setacke by Books, aneient prices of, 370
Bp. Law, 128 ; his essays on poeiry, Borderers, Engl. 123

Boscobel,

ne Belvi

Bascobel, an account of the escape of

Charles II. by Tho. Blount, 270
Bossewell, Jo. his Workes of Armorie,

C.
93
Botanical Mag. III

Cade, Jack, 83; his Legend, 13
Botereaux, 311

Cadogan, Ld. 3.30
Boughton Blean, Co. Kent, 283 Cadwallader, a Prophecy of, by Wm.
Bowen, Tho. ob. 420

Herbert, 306; dedicated to Sir Phil.
Bowes, Mrs. E. 172. Rob. 171

Herbert, 307
Sir Jerom, 68

Cæsar, 154, 347
Bowles, Rev. W. L. 390

Caldecot, Tho. ob. 422
Bowser, or Bourchier, Sir Ra. 340

Caldweil, Dan. 276
Bradick, Wm, ob. 418

Caligula, 154.
Brampton, battle of, 754

Calliope's Cabinet opened, 313
Brand, J. ob. 336

Camarize, Richd. Earl of, his Legend
Brasil, 353

in M. M. 13
Breadalbane, Ld. 143, 145

Camden, Wm. 91, 95, 316. Ld. 33€
Brembar, beheaded, 15

Camois, 311
Brennus, 154

Cane-Wood, Co. Midd. 277
Brereton, Mrs. memoir of, 327 Canning, Eliz. 261

Major, 328. Wm. ib.; T. Canteri ury, Abp. 170
ib.

Canute, 201
Breton, Nich. poet, 34, 35

Capella Guarinus, 363
Brewer, or Brewire, 311

Cappe, N. ob. 42!
Bridges, Joh. memoir of, 218; his Caracalla, 154; his Legend, 2

Northamptonshire, 331; Brook, 218; | Carew, Tho. anecdote of, 218

John, ib.; Wm. 221; Eliz, 172
Bridgewater, Countess, her Ghost, 234, Carleion, sł. Pet.co. Norf. 1 1 1

Rd. 172

Carey, Lady, 172
John, Earl, 314
- Duchess, 267

Carlis, Col. Wm. 270
Bright, Hen. ob. 423

Carminow, 311
Bristol, Ld. 100

Carnaby, Cul. 215
Brompton, Co. Midd. 111

Carnarvon, Rob. E. of 215
Bruckner, Jo. ob. 423.

Carun Iron Works, 140
Bry De, his India Orient. et Occident. Carrick farmers, 28
406

Carter, Mrs. Eliz. 100, 186
Brydson, Tho. herald, 321

Wm.cb. 419
Buchanan, 345

Matthew, 309
Buck, J. 388

Cartwright, Wm. 276
Buckhurst, Ld. sonnet to, 173

Castillo Bernal Diaz de, 397
Buckingham, H. Duke of, His Le Catalogus Scriptorum de re Heraldica,
gend, 14

by T. Gore, 314
Buckland, Co. Hertf. 108

Cavendish, Sir Wm. his Life of Wolsey,
Buller, Sir Fr. ob. 420

371. Sir Charles, 215
Bunbury, Sir Ch. 267

Cecill, Sir Rub.171. Lady, 172; family,
Burdet, Sir Nich. 154

384
Burgh, Sir Wm. 15

Chandos claim, extraordinary difficulties
Burghley, Ld. 93, 170

thrown in the way of, 84, 85, 86
Burke, Edm. 130

Chapman, G. poet, 174
Burley Hall, Co. York, 108

Characters and Elegies by Sir Franc.
Burneil, 311

Wortley, 213
Burns, Rob. original letter by, 25; the Charitie, a scarce poem, 'by Church-

foundation of his Tale of Tam O yard, 338
Shanter, ib. ; his Letters, 135

Charles I. Memoirs of, 245, 245
Burrowes, Ld 171

Charlemont, Earl of, ub. 419
utler, Mr. Geo, 292

Charleton, Dr. 277
Byers G:een, Co. Durh. 99

Chalmers, Geo. se: Lyndsay
Byndon, Visct. 72

Chastitie, Chariot of, 175
B

Chatham, Ld. 77
Chaucer, 344

Chaumond,
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