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833

Chaumond, 311

Cortez Hernando, 351, 355, 356, 399
Chedworth, Ld. ob. 424

Costanza Angelo de, 265
Cherbury, Ld. 274

Country Life by Herrick, 238
Chesterfield, Earl of, an original letter Countryman's Recreation, 414
by, 60; complaining of his deafness,

Art of Planting and
ib. 61; and expressing his horror of Graffing by Mascall, 414
warfare, ib. 129, 133, 215

Courcy, Rd. de, ob. 423
Chirinus, 154

Courtesie, Castle of, a poem, by J.
Chirographs, what so called, 207

Yates, 175
Chisweil, Mr. 414

Cowper, Ld. 100; Wm. his letters, 135
Churchyard, Tho. 34, 154• His Cha- Craven, Ald. 395
ritie, a poem, 337

Cranmore East, Co. Som. 105
Citolini, Alex. grammar by, 68 Crawford, A. ob. 417
Clare, Earl of, ob. 422

Crespigny, P. C. ob, 422
Clarence, Geo. D. of, his Legend, 14 Crimes, on the best means of prevent-
Clarke, Mr. 55. Rev. J. S. 390
Clavering, Col. 215

Crofts, Mrs. 218; Sir J. 383
Claustrum Regale reseratum, 271

ol. a scarce print
Clayton, Nich. ob. 418

Cromwell arms,

of, 341
Clements, W. ob.
419

Crowland Abbey, C. Linc. 201
Clere, Lady Eliz. 159

Cruikshank, Wm. ob. 420
Sir Fra. ib.

Crumpe, S. ob. 418
Clerk, John, his Opusculum plane Din Cuba, 356

vinum, 287 ; dedicated to Ld. Sur- Cumberland, G. Earl of, 171, 293
rey, it.; specimen of, ib. 284; a

Countess, 172
rare book printed by John Hertord, Curcey, 311
285

Curiale, a poem, 383
Cleveland, Joh. 276

Currie, Dr. 115
Clifford, Ld. his Legend, 14

Curtis, Wm. memoir of, 110; Joh. ib.
Clifton, Sir Gerv. 64

Cutler, Sir Gerv. 249
Climate of Ireland, 106
Clinton, Sir H. ob. 417

D.
Close, Rev. H. J. ob. ut
Cobham, Elenor, 150. Ld. 170 Dallaway, Ja. heraldric writer, 321
Cobos, Sir F. de la, 210

Dancie, Edm. 71
Coccaie, Martin, 362

Daniell, S. 33, 306; his tract of P.
Cocklane Ghost, 261

Jovius, 323
Coke, Roger, his Detection, 251; ac- Dante, 344
count of hin, 253

Dantzick, 54, 55
Sir Edw. 253

Darcy, Lord, challenged by Gervase
Collins, W. a juvenile poem by, 186; Markham, about his dog, “ Bor.

Letters by Jchnson, concerning him, ser,' 64
full of affection and eloquence, 194, Dirimtari, Co. Durh. 147

Wm. 276
hic poetry, 197
195 ;

Arthui, memoir of, J08; David, Psalmstig vor fi!, 169
Wm. ib. ; Aith. Took.1, 109; Dù- Davies, John, 33, 96;
vid, 109

275; Dr. Sneyd, memoir 0i, 349
Collier, Wm. 05.423

Day, John, see Bees, 291
Colingbouire, bis Legend, 14

Dean-Prior, Co. Dev. 235
Colneta, Capt. J. ob. 336

Decker, T. dramatist, 292
Colonna Viola', 265

Deeds, ancient mode of executing, 206,
Cominon nd, or Improvement of 207

Communs, S. Taylor, 416 Dc Grey, Mr. 147
Comes of Milton, 130

Deincourt, 311
Consable, Hen. 33

Delabcache, 311
Conway, H. S. ob. 417

Delapole, M. Łarl of Suffolk,
Conyburrow, 385

Denmark, an account of its different
Cooke, Col. I'dw. 249, 250

classes of men, anciently, 200
Coc,er, Sam. ob. 420

Denton Court, Kent, 136
Cornwallis, Ld. 100; Abp. 329

Northumb. 143

Deodati,

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13!; Dr.

V. 157

Deodati, John, 251

Eccleshall, Co. Staff. 98
Derby, Ferd. Earl of, 33, 275, Coun- Edinburgh, 137
tess, 172

Edmund Ironside, 157
Descent, Double, a poem by Ames, 348 Edw. II. 157
Descriptive poetry, Essay on, proposed

IV. his Legend, 14
by Thomson, 50
Devonshire, Duchess, ob. 335

Effingham, Lord, 170, 210
Devoreux, Vertue's Tears, by G. Mark- Egerton, Bp. John, 100; Sir Thomas,
ham, 306

170; John, bookseller, ob.417
Diaz Bernal, de Castello, Spanish His- Elbing, 54, 55
torian, 401

Elderton, verses by, 68
Dickenson, Dr. 250

Elegies by Sir Fr. Wortley, 215
Digbie, Earl, 306

Eliza, England's, by R. Niccols, 158;
Dillenius, James, M. D. 102

sonnet to, 159
Dingley, Mr. 154

Certain years of, by Hayward,
Diogenes, 145

230
Dionysius Halicarn. 361

-Lamentation for, by R. Fletcher,
Dobson's Paradisus Amissus, 131; his 308

character by J. Warton, 132 Elliot, Sir Gilbert, 141
Doile, H. 385

Emerianus, 154
Domingo, St. 356

Emerson, William, 147
Domitian, 347

Emmæ Encomium, Note to, by Ma-
Domitius, 154

geres, 200
Dorchester, Marg. 275 ; Marchioness, Empedocles, 346
217

Englishman, described by Salgado, 209
Dorset, Earl, 217; Countess, 215

Ennius, 344
Douay College, 407

Entomologiæ Fundamenta, 110
Douespe de la Mr. ob. 417

Epigrams by H. Perrot, 387
Douglas Gawen, his translation of Vir- Erasmus, Desiderius, 189

gil's Æneid, 286; described, ib.; Erskine, J. ob. 423
extracts from, 287 ; character of,

family, 144
his other works, 288

Essex, Lord, 100, 170, 338; Countess,
by Home, 130

172
Drake, Sir Fra. celebrated, 289 Evelyn, Jo. 412, 413

his exploits celebrated by Evers, Sir William, 215.
Greepe, 243

Evington, Co. Leic, 102
Epigram on, 217

Eyles, Sir Fra. 365
Draycott, Miss, 267
Drayton, Mich. 33, 156, 257, 267,

F.
306
Dropsy, Treatise on, 222
Drummond of Hawthornden, 359

Faction and Schism, characterized,
Drusus, 154

243
Dryden, proposed edit. of, 193

Fairy Queen of Spenser, 42
Duellum, Brit. 384

Falconry, Book of, 77
Dugdale, Sir William, 249, 316

Falkland, Lord Viscount, 215
Dunbar, 362 ; Dr. ob. 419

Fame, House of, 385
Duncombe, William, 323, 325

Families, remarks on their decay, 311
Dundas, Mr. 140

Fanshaw, Sir Richard, 218
Dunton, bibliopolist, 348

Farnham, Earl of, ob. 421
Dupplin Castle, 135

Favine, Andrew, his

Theatre of Honour,
Dyer, Sir Edward, 33, 171

96
Fawkes, Guy, 396, 397

Feilde, M, ob. 418
E.

Fell, John, ob. 418

Felton, Dr. Henry, memoir of, 104
Earth's Surface, on the temperature of, Fenwick, Colonel, 215
106

Ferne, Henry, his Blazon of Gentris,
Ecclesiastes, a poetical paraphrase by 93; William, 94; Henry, ib.
H. Lok, 169

Ferrers, George, aushes of the Legend
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of

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of Tresilian, 23; his poetical cha- , Garden of the Muses, see Belvedere
racter, 24

Gardiner, Bp. 149 ; Sir Ro. 384
Finch, Dr. R.P.ob. 423

The Compleat, by Blake,
Finney, Mr.ub 418

412
Fire or London, Narrative of, 310

The Dutch, 413
Firebracc, Henry, 249

Gardening, The Art of, 411
Fisher, Payne, 271, 273; his book of Garter Kings, not always masters of
Heraldry, 323

their art, 82
Fitzhugh, 311

Gascoigne, Geo. 34
Fitzlewis, 311

Gavelkind Law of, 144
Fluminius, M. Anton. translation from, Gay, Nichol. ob. 423
281

Geneura, Tale of, 75
Flattery of the great, formerly practised Gentleman's Monitor, by E. Water-
by poets, 174

hous, 310; extract from, 311
Flecknoe, Rurd, his Love's King- Genuive re, Madam, 306

dom, a drama, 37; Personæ Dra- Gaman, described by Salgado, 209
matis, }); prologue, 39

Geta, 154
Fletchei, Rob. poet, 308

Gibbon, Joh. herald, 316
Flora Londinensis, 110, 111

Gibson, Bp. 359; Anth. 96
Flower-Girl, her Cry, a poem by Miss Gifford, Petei, 271
Symmons, 326

Girvin, J. ob. 423
Floyde, Mr. 383

Glasgow, 138
Folenio, 302

Glazebrook, Ja. ob. 423
Forbes, Sir Wm. his Life of Beattie, Glendour, Owen, Legend of, 13
113; his death, 424

Gloucester, Rd. Duke of, 157
Fordyce, Dr. Geo. 310

Glover, Rob. herald, 316
Fortescue, Sir Joh. 171

Gnosall, Co. Staff. 98
Foitescutus lilustratus, 310

Godiva, Countess, 201
Fox, Ch. Ja. memoir of, 331

Godwin, E. ot Kent, 157
John, 294

Gold.mith characterized, 130
Fountayne, A. ob. 422

Gomara, Historian, 398; character-
Four P radoxes, by Tho. Scott, 375;

ized, 400
dedication, 376; extracts, 377, &c. Good-Humour, beneficial effects of,
Fragmenta Regalia, by Naunton, 372 260
France, Abr. his Insignium, &c. expli- Goodnestone, Co. Kent, 218

Gossan, Steph. 351
Troubles of, by Ronsard, Gore, Tho. herald, 314
translated by Jeney, 306

Gould, W. ob. 409
Francis, Anne, ob. 421

Gower, 344
Frenchman, described by Salgado, 209 Granada la Conquista di, 265
Frith, jubn, his Disputation of Purga- Grafton's Chronicle, 151

tory, 45; bis other book against Grant, Jo. ob. 421
Rastal, ib.

Granville, Sir Bev. 215
Froissart, Joh. 268

Gray, poet, remarks on, by Mrs. Mon-
Fulgentius, 154

tagu, 141; his Leiters, 133; his
Fuller, Dr. Tho. 103 ; his Worthies of Tour, 137; Ode on Eton Coll. 124;

England, 230; characterized, 232; praise of Bcatte, 124

quaint but useful, and necessary, 233 Gregory, Dr. 124, 137, 141, 143
Fulthorp, banished, 15

Greenaway, St. ob. 417
Greene, Rob. 34

Greepe, author of a poem, celebrating
G.

Sir Fr. Drake's exploits, 293

Grenville, Ld. 77; George, his cha-
Galba, 154

racter, 146
Gabriel, R. B. ob. 424

Grevile, Fulk, 33, 171
Gale's Rer. Angl. écript. 205

Grey, Ly. Sophia, 100
Galfridus of Monmouth, 151

Griffith, or Gruffith, Wm. his poetical
Galloway, J. C. ob. 423

epitaph on Sir Henry Sydney, 161 ;
Gallies, the great Travels of who unnoticed by Ritson, ib.
sail in, 210

Grindall, R. ob. 418

Grose's

catio, 94.

210

Grose's Antiquities, 108

Heath, Rd. 393
Grotius Hugo, 189

Hederic's Lexicon, 108
Gryps, a poein, 383

Helicon, England's, by Bodenham, 30
Guiderius, 154

Hellows, Edw. translator of Guevara,
Guilpin, E. 306
Gulliver's Travels, 121

Hemispherium, by T. Wright, 100
Guillim, Joh. his Display of Heraldry, Henderson, Alex. 251
95; Tho. 96

Hen. VI. his Legend, 14

Prince, 397; character of, by

Hayward, 43; lines on, 68
H.

Heraldry, a despised science, 79; chro-

nological catalogue of Eriglish writers
Habington, Wm. lines on, 67

on, 92 ; authors, recorded in Gent.
Hackwood Park, Hants, 187

Mag, 79; too often puerile, 80 ;
Haddington, J. Ramsay, Visct. 64 sometimes interesting, ib.; College
Halifax, Ld. 268

of, ib.; most valuable works on, 83
Hamilton, Da, Wn. memoir of, 105

modern, remarks on, 253 ;
Hamper, W m 62, 65, &c.

ludicrous abuse of it, by the present
Hamptor, translator, 185

Garter, 254
Hanbury, Co. Staff. 98

a discourse of the origin
Hancock, B. ob. 417

and growth of, by T. Philipot, 314
Hare, Bp. 132; Ja. ob. 423

- a complete body of, by Ed-
Harrington, Sir J. 33, 72, 343

mondson, 320; extracts from, ib.
- Ja, 248

321
Harris, Ja. 197

on the origin and progress
Hartlib, Sam. 416,2 memoir of, by him-

of, by Dallaway, 321
self, 54; his father a Pole, removed

summary view of, by Bryd-
into Prussia, ib.; his mother's sis- son, ib.; commended, 3 2 2
ters reputably married in England, - a synopsis of, 317
55; his yearly expenditure in Eng-

speculative and practical, by
land, and his pension, 53; his pe- Nisbet, ib.
tition to the House of Commons, 57; Heralds College of, their records, 81;
his letter to Lord Herbert, represent-

sometimes imperfect, 84, 87, 88;
ing his distress, 58, 416

their mode of blazoning pedigrees of
Harvey, Tho. Translator of Mantuan,
74 ; Gabr. 363

irregular practices of, 255
Harwood's Alumn. Eton. 108

Herberai, Nich. 70
Hastings, Tho. 00. 42 I

Herbert, Wm. 307; see Cadwallader
Ld. his Legend, 14

Sir Wm. 35
Hathway, R. verses by, 30

Sir Tho. bis Memoirs of
Hawes, Stephen, his Pastime of Plea- Charles I. 246 ; account of him,

sure, or Graund Amour, account of, 248; advertisement to the reader,
225; table of contents, 226, 227, 249
228; extract from the dedication,

Ld. Herbert's Letter to, 58
228; extremely scarce, 229; chu- Herford, Joh. early printer, 285
racterized by Warton, 230

Heron, Col. 215
Hawkins, Sir Tho, an early translator Herrera, Spanish Hi-torian, 403, 404
of Horace, 283

Herrick, Rob. poet, 235 ; Nich, ib
Hawtrey, Ch, ob. 418

Hervey's Meditations, verses to, 331
Haydon, Sir J. 384

Hesperides, by Rob. Herrick, 234; ex-
Hayley, W.393 ; his Life of Cowper, tracts from, 236, 240
114

Heywoou, John, author of the Wether,
Hayter, Tho. ob. 420

299; account of him, 303; anec-
Hayward, Sir J. his Lives of Three duce or him, by Puttenham, 304
Norman Kings, 43 ; specimens o, Heveningham, Sir J. 383

Sir A. ib.
Haxay, Co. Linc. 98

Hiero, 347
Heard, Sir Isaac, ridiculed for his mode Hizgins, th. added to the Mirror for

of constructing arms, 81, 82; his Magistrates, 2
coat of arms condemned, 321

Highmore, Mr. 324
IT 4

Highland,

upstarts, 88

ib. 44

IV. 157

Highland Mountains, 138
Hill, Tho. gardener, 411
Hippopotamus, a poem, 383

I,
Hitcham, Co. Suff. III
Hobbve, Lady, 172

Iago, King, 154
Hobbs's Leviathan, 253

Ibis, a poem, 382
Hodson, Thom. 34

Idol of the Clowns, a curio little vol.
Holland, Wm. ob. 418

detailing events like those of the
Hollida , J. ob. 421

French Revolution, 268
Hol'inshel, T. ob. 422

Imprese, n, by Daniell, 323
Hollyband, Claud. his History of Ar- Independency, History of, 122 ; see
nalt and Lucenda, 69; verses pre-

C. Waiker
fixed, ib.

Ingulphus, 201, 207
Holme, Rand, herald, 315

Inverary, 140
Holmes, Edw.ob. 421

Invitation, a poem, 108
Holt, J. ob. 421

Irby, Sir Anth. 55
Sir Job. 15, 17

Irenglas, Legend of, 3
Honor Redivivus, by Matth. Carter, Ironside, Edw. ob. 423

Italian, described by Salgado, 209
309
Horace, certail. selected Odes of, by J.
Ashmore, 279 ; a specimen, ib.

J.
Horberry, Dr. Matth. memoir of, 98
Horley, Co. Surr. 330

Jackson, Dr. 185
Horsley, Bp. ob. 336
Horton, Co. Kent, 144

Jacobi, Reg. Justitia, 384
Hortus Eithamensis, 102

James 1. of Scotl. 157 ; his Legend,
Kewensis, 104

13
Howard, Ja. 274; Col. 215; Hon.
Wm. 97; Ld. Charles, sonnet to,

V.359; his Christ's Kirk os

the Green, 369
158
Howell, James, his England's Tears,
extracts from, 65; his portrait, and Jay, Alderm. 397

Jeney, Tho. translator of Ronsard, 306
numerous works, ibi
his Poems, 271;

John, King, 157

Johnson, Alex. ob. 419; S. ob. 419 i
very rare, ib.; dedicat. to Bp. King,
272 ; address to the Reader by Payne Rich. poet, 308; Dr. S. 99: Beat-
Fisher, ib. 273 ; contents, 273,

tie's account of, 129; his Lives of
277 ; specimen, 274, 278

the Poets characterized, 195; Nath.
Wm. L.L.D. 65

277
Bp. 276

Johnstone, James, ob. 422

Johnstoun, James 391
Hudibras, notes on, 22%
Hudson, poet, 173

Jones, Daniel, his Secret History of
Hughes, Tho. 327

Whitehall, 252; John, ob. 417 i

Richard, ob. 420; Steph. 109
Humilitie, Hold of, 175
Humfry, Good Duke, 150, 151

Jonson, Ben, 34, 275 ; edited by Whal-
Humphry, Duke of Gloucester, his

ley, 331
Legend by Chr. Middleton, 256; its Jortin, Rogers, ob. 417
contents and character, ib.; speci- Jovius, Paulus, 265
mens of, 257, 258, 259

Julia, To, by Herrick, 236
Hume, D. 119;

his philosophy, 120
Hunsdon, Ld. 171 ; Lady, 17%

K.
Huntington, Major, 249, 250
Hurd, Bp. 127
Husbandman, The Reformed, 415

Kames, Lord, 140, 141, 146
Husbandry, experiments in, 57

Keate, Rev. Mr, ob. 417
Learning, Essay on, 416 Keatinge, Col. 398; translator of B.
Hussey, Tho. ob. 423

Diaz del Castillo, 405
Wutton, Sir Rd. 215, 283

Keddlestone, Lord Scarsdale's seat

143
Kendrick, Tim, ob. 423
Kennedy, And. 382

Kennet,

VI. 33

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