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Stevens, William, ob. 420

Tirtæus, 346
Stewart, James, 384

Toledo ia Spain, 352
Stirling Castle, 140

Toup. Rev. Jonathan, Epitaph on, 223
Stone Julian, 235

Tresilian, Sir Robert, his Legend ac
Stonestreet, G. G. ob. 422

Jength, from the Mirror for Magi-
Storer, Thomas,

strates, 15, 23
Stowe, J. 151

Trumbull, Sir William, 218
Strange, John, ob. 419

Truth, Essay on, 134
Straw, Jack, and his mob, 12 Turberville, George, his Epitaphs, Epi-
Strozzi, F. de Solda, 265

grams, &c. 71; very rare, ib. ; his
Struthiocamelus, a Poem, 383

descent, ib.; education and employ-
Stuart, Andrew, ob. 421

mients, ib.; his moral and literary
Stukely, Sir Shuckburgh, 185

character, 72 ; his translation of
Subordination, high notions of, for. Ovid's Epistles, ib.; dedication to
merly entertwined, 174

Lord H. of Byndon, ib.; stanzas at
Success, no proof of virtue, or right, the close, 73 ; passages commended
243

by Warton, ib.; his translation of
Suffolk, William Delapole, Earl of, his Mantuan's Eglogs, 74; very searce,
Legend, 13

ib.; its deuication, ib.; imitated by
Superstitions of the Scotch, related by

Harvey, ib.; his tragical Tales, from
Burns, 25, 28

the Italian, 75; exceeding rare, ib.;
Surry, Henry, Earl of, 283, 344

inscribed to his brother, ib.; con-
Thomas, Earl of, 33

founded by A. Wood with his epitaphs,
Sussex, Earl of, 171

ib.; supposed to have also translated
Sylvester, Joshur, 34, 396

comic tales, ib.; character of his
Symmons, Miss Caroline, Memoir of, poetry, 7c; his commendatory
325; Poem by, 326; Dr. 325

veise, 77
Charles, ib.

Nicholas, Esq. 75
Swaliowfield, Co. Berksbire, 330 Turner, fencer, 384

Tusser, T. Epigram on, 217

Twickenham, county of Middlese
T.

108

Tyler, Wat, 267, 268
Tales Tragical, translated from the Tydler, Frazer, 131

Italian, by G. Turberville, 75
Talwin, Mr. 110
Taylor, Edward, ob. 418; Sylvanus,

U.
416; Thomas, D.D. 330; Miss
Sarah, 98

Unio, a poem, 383
Taymouth, 145

Upstarts, pedigrees of, mode of blazon-
Thales, 346

ing by modern heralds, 88
Thomas, G. A. ob. 424; Nathaniel, Upton, Nich. de Studio Militari, gz

Ure, David, ob. 418
Thompson, Gilbert, ob. 422
Thomson, James, 2d edition of his
Winter concluded, 46; His Propo-

V.
sals for printing his Seasons by sub-
scription, 50

Valtort, 311
Thorold, a Saxon, 201

Vandyke, Sir Anthony, 218
Threno lia Carolina, 24.9

Varianus, 154
Threno-Thriambeuticon; or, Sorrow's Vaughan, Chief Justice, 78
Joy, 308

Vavassor, Jesuit, 359
Timber, Directions for Planting, by Vaux, Mr. 110
Standish, 415

Veza, Garcilessa de la, 265
Time's Anatomie, by Robert Pricket, Velasquez, 356
a Poem, 307

Venaticum Iter, 383
Tindal, William, ob. 423.

Vera Cruz, 359
Tintern Abbey, county of Monmouth, Verbeia, a poem, 108
330

Vere, Robert, Duke of Ireland, 21
Tirrell, Walter, 11

Sir Fra, 171

Vicars,

ob. 417.

Vicars, John, his Mischief's Mystery, Waterhous, E. heraldic writer, 309,
395, 397

310
Villainage in England, 201

Watson, Thos. 33, 35, 306
Villiers, Lord Fra. 275

Weems, Mrs. A. 276
Virgil's Æneid, see Douglas

Weever, John, 257
Georgics and Eclogues, trans- Weldon, Sir A. his memoirs, 410
lated by Warton, 108

Welwood, Jas. his memoirs, 351; Ac-
Virgins, an Address to, by Herrick, 236 count of him, 252
Visitation books, 22

Wenfiey Dale a poem, 108
Visitations of Heralds; Evils arising Wentworth, Sir Wm, 215
from their discontinuance, 319

Wesley, Sam. Chas, and John, 323,
Vitellius, 154

324
West, Mr. 196

Wether, The play of, by John Hey-
W.

wood, 299; its Personæ Dramatis,

ib. ; Analyfis of, ib. 300; Specimens,
Wales, New South, 109

301, 302; Conclusion, 303.
Walker, Clem, his complete History of whaley, John, poet, 329

Independency, 241; Address to the Whalley, Rev. Peter, 221; Memoir of,
Readęs, 242

330
John, his Sufferings of the Wharton, Sir Thos. 28
Clergy, 231, 234

- Phil. Lord, ib.
Wallace, Sir Wm. Life and Acts of, a

Sir G20. 384
rare editin, 308

Whetstone, Geo. 34
Waller, Rev. Dr. 106

Whittingham, Mr. ob. 418
Wallis, Jo. cb. 422

Whitwell, county of Derb. 105
Walsin, hm, Şir Fra. 351

White, H. K. ob. 424
Lady, ob. 429

Whitehall, Secret History of, 252
Thos. of, 268

Wildbore, Chas. ob. 422
War, Puem on, 379

Wilkes, John, 110
Warburton, Bishop, 109

Dr. Richard, Memoir of, 221
John, herald, 318 Wilkinson, Tate, ob. 423
Warner, Jos. ob. 421

Willan, Leonard, 276
Warton, Dr. Joseph, Sketch of his Willenhall, county of Staff. 221

Character and Life, from Mr.Wooll, Williams, Abp. 330
184; His father Thomas, writer of

Jo. ob. 419
poems, 185; His own poenis, 187; Williamson, Jo. ob. 421
Employment of his time at Oxford, Willoughby, Lord, 171
186; Retires to Wynslade, 137; Wilmot, Robt. 34
and thence goes abroad, ib. ; Trans. Winchester, Marquis of, 33, 275
lates Virgil's Eclogues and Georgics, Winter, by Thomson, 2d edit. con.
188; Assists the Adventurer, 189; cluded, 46
His essay on Pupe, ib. ; Head-master Winter Night's Vision, by Rd. Niccols,
of Winton school, 190; Retires to 157; Sonnet to Lord Admiral, 158
Wickham, 191; His employments Winwood, Secretary, 64
there, 10.; Edits Pope's works, 192; Witch Stories, by Burns, 25
Die , 193; Mrs. Montagu's eloquent Wither, George, a patent of, 218
praise of him, 196; His poetry cha- Wit’s Recreations, selected from mo.
racterized, 197, 198; His critical dern Muses, 66; Extracts from, 67,
talen's, 198

68; Several editions of, 217, and
Thos. 73

Variation of Title-pages, ib. ; Ex-
Rev. Thos, father of Jos, and tracts trom, ib.
I Warton, his poems, 187

Wit's Theatre of the Little World, by
Warwick, Sir Phil. his Memoirs of Bodenham, 30

Charles l, 245; Account of him, Wodvile, An. Lord Rivers, his Legend,
246; Addrers to the reader, 247

14
Count ís, 172

Wolsey, Cardinal, by Churchyard, 154 ;
Rd. Nevile, Earl of, bis His Life and by Cavendish,
Legead, 14

371

Wolverhampton,

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Wolverhampton, county of Staff. 222 Wright, Major John, 275
Wood, If. ob. 421

Writin?, Artif, roc generally knowd
Woodcocks, Sprins for, by Perrut, til long after the corquent, 207
389

Windhım, Mif, 320
Woodeaton, county of Staff. 221 Wyrley, Wm. his Treatise on the Use
Woodful, Wm. ob. 423

of Armory, 94
Woodstock, Ths. if, his Legend, 13
Wooll, Rev. Jonn, his Life of Dr.
Joseph Warton, 184; Not suf-

Y.
ficiently purticular, 193; Letters
fight, 194, 199; The delineation Yates, James, his Castle of Courtesie,
of char. cter boch discriminate, af 175; Had three titles, ib.; Unique,
fectionate, and juft, 199

176; a Suffolk min, ib.; his Verses W collie, Lariy, 172

on Friend thip, ib. 177 Worcester, 270

Yearsey, Mrs. Anne, poetess, ob. 1126
Edward, Earl of, 63 York, Rd. Duke of, his Legend, 13

John Tiptoti, Earl of, his Abp. 21
Legend, 14

Yeughall, 385
Worthies of England, 231, 234 Young, Dr. 196
Wortley, Sir Franc. Characters and

Bp. ob. 421
Elezies, 213 ; Acconnt of him, 214;
His poeticat Reflections on Liberty,
215

z.
W tton, Sir Henry, 68
Wrangham, Rev. Frar:c. 325

Zarate, 354
Wright, Thos. Memoir of, 99 Zouch, Ld. 173.

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