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racter, ib

ob. 422

Kennet, Bishop, his Historical Regis- literary character, 90; his memoirs
ter, 54

to the Holbein heads, ib.; his very
Kent, Duke of, 100

beautiful notes to his Illusirations of
Kerrick, Wm. ob. 423

Brit. Hift. ib
Kew botanic garden, 104

Logan, Capt. Joh. his Analogia Hono
Kidd, Tho. 34

rum, 96
Killigrew, Sir Henry, 171

Lok, Hen. 34; his Ecclesiastes, a poe-
Thomas, 218

tical paraphrase, 169; commenda-
Kilmurry, Viscount, 275

tory verses to, ib.; his Sundry Chris-
King, Anne, 275

tian Passions, in 200 sonnes, 170;
Kingsland, co. Hereford, 329

names, to which his dedicatory son-
Kingston, Rob. Earl of, 215

nets are addressed, 170, 171; his
Kinnoul, Lord, 145

specimen of, 173; his poetical cha-
Kinwelmarsh, Fra. 34
Knowledge, Human, poetical contem- Lonslinopolis, 274

plation on the shortness of, 277 London and Middlesex, illustrated by
Knowles, Sir William, 170; Thomas, Joh. Warburton, 318

Londricus, 154

Long, Kingsmill, translator of Barclay's
L.

Argenis, 296

Lough-Fyne Lakc, 140
Lælius, Hamo, 154

Louthiana, by T. Wright, 100
Lambton, Col. 215

Loveday, Mr. 276
Lamentation of the poor for Queen Eli- Loyd, David, his Lives of Loyalists,
zabeth, 308

231; his State-Worthies, 230; ac-
Lancaster, Thomas of, 269

count and character of, 233
Lane, Sir George, 250

Lumisden, A. ob. 422
Langley, Thomas, ob. 421

Lydgate, his translation of Boccace or
Lanquet, 151

the Fall of Princes, 9, 10, 149
Laquei Ridiculosi, by Perrot, 389 Lymington, Co. Hants, 112
Lathbury, Joseph, ob. 423

Lyndsay, Sir Dav. 345 ; new edit. of,
Layton, Lady, 172

by G. Chalmers, 288
Laud, Archbishop, 397

Robert, Earl of, 21;
Lawes, H. and W.218

Lysons, D. ob. 420
Law, poem on, 378

Lyttelton, G. Ld. 124, 196, Sir Rd.
Dr. Bishop of Carlisle, 128

267
Learning, apology for, 310
Legh, Gerard, his Accidence of Armory.

93
Le-Grys, Sir Ro. translator of Bar. M'Çaulay, Ang. ob. 418
clay's Argenis, 297

Macaronic poetry, critical account of,
Leman, Sir J: 396

359
Lennox, Lewis, Duke of, 63

Magistrates and princes, the punishment
Lady Sarah, 267

of their vices, 1, 149 ; virtue in
Lenthall, Mr.

them necessary, 5
0, 251
Leotric, Earl of Leicester, 201 Magnanimity, &c. contemplation on,
Le-Strange, Sir H. 383

310
Leyden, Dr. his Scotch Descriptive Mallat, Ph. ob. 417
poems, 173

Malone, Mr. 75
Lilly, John, 169

Manchester, Earl of, 59, 313
Limerick, Lord, 100

Manners and customs of different pa-
Linnæus, 110

tions of Europe, described in Latin
Lisle, Dr. 101

verse by James Salgado, a Spaniard,
Literature, Pursuits of, 192

209

M.

Mansel, Sir R. 384
Locke, J. 119

Manufactures, experiments on, 57
Lockton, Sir William, 15, 17

Mantuan's Eclogues, translated by Tur-
Lodge, Dr. Tho. 33, 35, 305

berville, 74
Edmund, 286; his moral and M.SS. rare, collection of, 57

Marat,

Liviuś, 344

Marat, 344

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tices of, 149

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of first legend, with various readings,
Maritime viscovery, progress of, by J.S. 15, 23; omissions and additions by ,
Clarke, 390

Niccols, 157
Markham, Gervase, 34, 127, 306; his Mirrour for Magistrates, additional no-

Gentleman's Academy, 94; his Ca-
valarice, or Treatise on Horseman Mischief's Mystery, by Vicars, 395
ship, 62; extracts from the dedica - Momus, a fig for, Satires, &c. by Dr.
tion, 63 ; anecdote of his being cen-

Lodge, 305
sured in the star chamber, 64 Monarchia, 385
Marlow, Christ. 34, 292

Monbudio, Lord, ob. 419
Marmion, 311.

Monmouth, Henry, Earl of, his trans-
Marraffi, Barth. 70

lation of Senauit on the Use of the
Marrat, Carlo, 265

Passions, 51; his portrait, ib.; his
Marshall, Edm. ob. 418

dedication, 52 ; antents of the work,
Mascall, Leonard, 414

ib.; address to his book, 53
Maseres, Baron, his supplementary note Moncacute, 311

to his Emmæ Encomium, containing Montague, Lvy Bab. 265; Fred. ob.
an account of the different classes in 420
Denmark, in 1016, P. 200

Montagu, Mrs, 124, 125, 129; origi-
Mason, W. his Life of Gray, 114 nal letters by, 136, 259; describe a
Matthews Bishop Toby, 171

tour to Scotland, 137; Glasgow, 138;
Maude, Thomas, memoir of, 108 Glencrow, 139; scenes of Ossian,
Maulette, Peter, 306

ib.; Lord Kames's, ib.; Edinburgh,
May, Thomas, poet, 297

141; describe a second tour, 143 ;
Mayo, Dr. ob. 422

Lord Barjarg's, 144; Lord Kinnoul's,
Meid, Jo. ob. 420

145; Lord Breadalbane's, ib.; Lord
Melksham, Co. Wilts, 112

Kames's, 146; characterize Geo.
Mellish, Ch. ob. 418

Grenville, 147; describe Lord Chat-
Menenius, Agrippa, 347

ham's last speech, 148; pourtray
Mercer, Major, 121

the House of Commons, 260; Cock-
Meres, critic, 72

lane ghost, 261; King's wedding,
Merrier, The more the, 389

262; characterizes Lady M. Wort-
Metaphysical writers replete with absur- ley, 263; and gives an account of her
dities, 119

deati), 264; wishes to visit Rome,
Metham, Sir Thomas, 215

26; ; relates a fashionable amour,
Mexico, 398

266; blames Rousseau, 267
Middleton, Christ.

34;
his legend of

Lady M. W, an excellent deli-
duke Humphrey, 256

neation of, by Mrs. Montagu, 263 ;
-- Lord, 100

her letters, 133
Military spirit dreaded by Lord Chester- Montgomery, Ph. Earl af, 64

field, as dangerous to the constitution, Mordaunt, Sir L. 394
62

More, Sir Tho, answer to, 45.
Milkwoman of Bristo, her death, 112 More, Dr. Hen. his platonical song of
Miller, Philip, botanist, 103,

the soul, account of, 40; address to
Milles, Dr. Jeremiah, his epitaph, 326 the reader, 41; philosophical poems,
Thomas, herald, 376

ib, į dedication to his father Alex-
M.In, Robert, ob. 420

ander. M, 42; his Antidote against
Milner, Thomas, ob. 418

Atheism, ib.
Muls, Joseph, ob. 424

Morell, Dr. Tho. memoir of, 107
Ministers, Godly, entertainment of, 57 Morgan, I ho. ob. 419
Minstrel of Beattie, 116, 117; origin Sylvanus, 310, 313
of, 122, 123 ; praised, 124

Montfort, 311; Simon, 269
Mirrour for Magistrates; a collection of Mortimer, 311
poetical legends, first published 15592

his legend, 13
p. 1; its various editions, p. 2, 4, Morton, Hen. 215 Ch. ob. 419
154; its first, and subsequent compi- Mouz tjcy, Lord, 171
lers, 2, 3, 149; dedication, 4, 9; Mouse-trap, Tae, ko epigrams, 388
address to the reader, 9, 12; sam: to Mowbray, his legend, 13
Higgins's edition, 150, 155; con- Moyle, Ro. 172
tents of edition 1563, p. 13, 14; copy | Munday, Anthony, 30, 305

Mundeforeby

lia, 372

of, 310

Mundeford, Sir E. 382
Munn, R. ob. 418
Munro, D. ob. 422

0.
Mussolini, Cæsar, ob. 423
Mutability, Mirror of, by A. Munday, Oglander, Wm. 4!2; Sir John, ib.
its contents, 305

Oldcastle's Remarks, commended for

the style, 78
N.

Onucratulus, a poem, 384

Oosten Van, Hen. 413
Nairno, Edw. ob. 419

Orleton, co. Hereford, 271
Nash, Tho. 34, 72, 303

Orpheus, 344
Naunton, Sir R. his Fragmenta Rega-Osborn, Franc. his Memoirs of Queen

Elizabeth and King James, 410, 411
Navigation, the art of, by Sir Anthony Ossian, scenes of, 139

of Guevara, translated by Hellowes, Otho, 154
210; dedication, 211; address to the Ovid's Epistles, translated by Turber-
reader, 212

ville, 72
Naylor, Geo, herald, commended, 91 Oxenden arms, 82
Nedham, Marchmont, 214

Oxford, Vere, Earl of, 33, 35, 171
Newte, Tho. ob. 336
Nero, 154
Nelson, Lord, 81

P.
Neve, Tim. ob. 418
New world, Spanish historians on the Paget, Rev. Richard, 79, 310; memoir

discovery of, 397
Newcastle, Wm. Marquis of, 37 Palmerston, Visc. ob. 422
Duke of, 145

Pannauticon, by T. Wright, 106
Newcome, Rev. Mr. 99

Paradin, M. Claudius, his Heroical De-
Newes, true and perfect of the Exploits

vises, 94
of Sir Fr. Drake, by Greepe, 293 ; a Parker, friend of Turberville, 71
specimen, ib. ; 294

Archbishop, 152
Newton, Tho. poet, 308

Passions, sundry Christian, by Henry
Sir Isaac, poem to, 50

Lok, 170
Niccols, Rd. last compiler of additions Patteson, Wm. ob. 422

to the Mirror for Magistrates, 4, 157; Peacham, Henry, 388; his Compleat
sonnets of, 158, 159; his poetical Gentleman, 97
character, 160

Peak, Mr. 55
Nicholas, Thomas, his history of New Pearl, a chain of, or memorial for Queen
Spain, 351; extract from, 398

Elizabeth, 308
Miss, 190

Pedigrees of upstarts ridiculed, 88
Nichols, John, his Leicestershire, 235

-their proois rendered more
Nicholson, Bishop, blamed, 78

difficult by the omission of visitations,
Nisbet, Alex. herald, his treatises, 317

319
Niumferling in Prussia, 54

Peel, George, 34, 35; his Farewell, a
Norbury, John, cb. 420

very rare poem, 288 ; a curious spe-
Normans did not first introduce slavery

cimen of early blank verse, and of
in England, 289

some poetic merit, 289
Norris, Sir Henry, 206; Sir John, 171 Peerages and Baronetages, 109
North, Lord, 170

Pelican, Princely, or Royal Resolvet,
Northampton, Sp. Earl of, 215

251
Marchioness, 172, 375 Pembroke, Countess of, 33, 172, 391
Northamptonshire, collections fur, 219 Perce-Foreft, 266
Northouck's Class. Dict. 110

Percy, Bishop, his Ballads, 123
Northumberland, Earl, 171; Countess, Wm. his Sonnets to the fairest

Calid, a rare book, 373
Duke, 304

Perram, Sir William, 171
Norton, Tho. 34

Perrot, or Parrot, Henry, epigrams by,
Nowers, Alex. herald painter, 96

387; specimens of, 388

Peru,

306

a

Peru, 353

Pythagoras, 346
Petrarch, 344
Petre Arms, 83
Phænix Nest, a collection of Elizabethan

Q
poetry; account of that book, 35;
with the names of its contributors, Quarles, Fra. 215

ib. ; and specimens, 36
Phønix, a poem, 383

R.
Philipot, Tho. herald, 314
Philips, John, ob. 423

Rabelais, 363
Phocylides, 346
Phylomythie, a scarpe volume of poetry, Raleigh, Sir W. 33, 171
by Tho. Scott, 381

Ramusio, 400,
Picanini, Dr. 101

Randolph, ambassador, 71
Piety, Discourse of, 310

Rankins, W. Sonnet by, 30
Pindar, 347

Rastal, answer to, 45
Pinnar, King, 154

Ratcliff, Dr. 285
Piozzi, Mrs. 130

Raymond, Lady, 267
Pitt's speeches well taken, 107 Reaper, essays, 108
Plantagenet, 311

Reid, Dr. 119
Planter, the Practical, 413

Reveley, W. ob. 419
Plato, 346

Rich, Lady, 172 ; Sir H. 383; Sir R.

ib.
Poetry, praise of, by Churchyard, 342
English, Flowers of, 29, 35

Lady Penelope, 316
Poets formed by nature, not by industry, Richard I. 157

II. his legend, 13
118
Pole, Sir J. D. ob. 420

III. 157; his legend, 14

Duke of York, 157
Polemo-Middinia, by Drummond, a Ma-
caranic poem, edited by Gibson, 359;

Richardson, Sam, 190
specimens from, 364, &c.

Richmond and Lenox, Duke of, his soni,
Politianus Angelus, 189

215
Politeuphia, or Wit's Commonwealth, Rippon, county of York, 281
by Bodenham, 30

Ritson, Jof, 75, 154, 3641
Pooly, Sir J. 383

Robert, Duke of Normandy, 11, 157
Pope, Essay on, 190

Robertson, Dr. 141 ; his account of
Popham, Sir J. 171

Spanish historians of Mexico, 399
Porter, Endimion, 238

Robinson Crusoe, 121
Porteus, Bishop, 127

-Thomas, of Lincoln's Inn, his
Postlethwayte, Tho. ob. 419

character, 144
Potter, Archbishop, 327

Wm. of Burfield, 136
Ro. his Remarks on Johnson's

Mrs. ib.

-Morris, 147
Powell, J. J. ub. 421

Rochester, Bishop of, anawered by John
Pratt, Cha. 330

Fryth, 45
Preston, Wm. communications by, 37,

Romaine, William, ob. 417

Ronsard, Peter, 306, 344
40
Price, Jo. ob. 421

Rooke arms, 82
Pricket, Rob. 307.
Sec Time's Ana-

Hayman, ob, 336

Roscarrock, Nich. verses by, 93
Prior, M. his Solomon, 132

Rous, G. W, ob. 422

T. B. ob. 419
Jo. ob. 423
Privacy, Herrick's Wish for, 237 Rousseau's Julie, 267
Progresses of Queen Elizabeth, contain- Roydon, Matthew, 35

Rucacke, 154
ing verses on her death, 308
Prosperity does not always attend virtue, Ruff head, Owen, Memoir of, 109

Life of Pope, 190
312
Pucelle la Belle, by Stephen Hawes, Russell, Eliz. and Anne, 172

Sir Wm. 171; Franc. ob.
225
Puttenbam, critic, 72

417
Pyle, Ph. ob. 419

Rutland, Dukes of, 104

Sackville,

Lives, 130

tomie

Skeltonical Salutation, on the Spanish

Armada, 294; Specimen of this
S.

National Pasquinade, 295

Skinner, Captain, ob. 419
Sackville, M. 156

W. ob. 417
Sael, Mr. 388

Slaney, Colonel, 215
Sage, Rev. Mr. 288

Slavery in Demark anciently, 200; in
Salgado, Jas. bis Memoirs of different England, 205 ; not first introduced
Nations, 209

by the Normans, 206
Salisbury, Tho. 396

Smalbroke, Bishop, 98
· Tho. Montacute, Earl of, his Smith, Sir Sidney, 81; Sir Jos. 215;
Legend, 13

Sir Richard and Lady, 55; Dr.
Salmon Arms, 82

Thomas, 248; William, 35
Salter, Jas. heraldic writer, 313

Mrs. Charlotte, ob. 424
Sanderson, Wm. his Aulicus Coquina- Smythe, friend of Jos. Warton, 185
riæ, 411

Smyth, Rev. Robert, Memoir of, 102
Sandys, Geo. Lines on, 67

Solarium, a Poem, 383
Sanquar, Lord, 384

Soldier's Wish, by Robert Pricket, 307
Satellicium, 386

Sole, Mr. ob. 422
Savage, Sir Edw. 55

Solis Antonio de, Spanish historian,
Scarborough, Lord, 99

402, 404
Scarsdale, Lörd, 143

Soitude, Beattie's opinions on, 125 ;
Scipio, 143

Combated, 126, 127
Scott, Thos. poet, 375, 381, 384

Solon, 346
Mrs. Sarah, 147

Somerset, Duke of, his Legend, 14
Walter, 193

Sonnets to the fairest Cælia, by William
Scotstarvet, 384

Percy, 373; Address to the Reader,
Scroop, Lady, 364

ib.; Specimens of, 374, 375 ; Que-
Seals on Wax, when introduced, 207

ries of the Author, 373
Segar, poet, 157

by Henry Lok, 170
Sir Wm. 96

Southampton, Earl of, 171, 246
Selden, John, 78

Southey, Robert, poet, 406
Self-love, a source of torment, 260 Southwell, Sir Thomas, 383; Lady
Sennault, on the use of Pansions, trans- 172

lated by Lord Monmouth, 51 Spain, New, Conquest of, by T. Nicho-
Severus, 154

las, translated from the Spanish, 351;

the

Dedication, ib.; Address to
Shakespeare, William, 34; Sonnets
from, 107

Reader, 356; Commendatory Verses,
Shannon, Lori, 191

by Gosson, 357
Shaw, Rev. Stebbing, his Antiquarian Spalding Society, 102 ; co. Linc. 201,
labours, and death, 221

208
Jos. ob. 335

Spaniard, described by Salgado, 209
Sheffield, John, of Beltoft, 194 Spavins, William, ob. 421
Sherard, William, L.L.D. Menoir of Speed, Juhn, 96

Sphere of Gentry, by S. Morgan, 312
James, M. D. ib.

Spelman, Sir H. 215, 316
Sheridan, R. B. his Speech on Fox's Spenser, Edmund, 33, 159, 174, 306
Death, 333

Edmund, (not the puet), 71
C. R. ob. 335

Sphynx, a Poem, 383
Jas. ob. 419

Spier, Jos. ob. 420
Sheriffs, List of, by Smyth, 103

Siafford, Henry, Lord; a patron of
Shore's Wife, her Legead, 14

poetry, 7, 8
Shrewsbury, Earl of, 17!

Staffordshire, Collections for, 222
Sidney, Sir Henry, Letter to his son Standish, Arthur, 415

Philip, 160; Epitaph on, by Wm. Stanhope, Sir John, 171
Griffich, 161; Lady, her Postscript, Stanlake, co. Oxford, 98
169

Stater, 154
Sir Philip, 33, 343, 389, 390 State Worthies, see Lloyd
Simonides, 347

Steevens, George, 388
Skelton, 362

Stephens, translator of Herrera, 403

Stephens,

101

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