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Brown, Rev. James, and the livings of Bussy, Pitt's contempt for his pro-
Framlingham and Oddington, iii. posals on behalf of France, iii.
and the living of Streath-ham, Isle a botanist, iji. 89.
his new system of botany, iii. 89.
refuses an application on behalf of
Modern History, iii. 136-137.
Manners and Principles of the Times, Bute, Lady, bequests from her father,
Wortley Montagu, iii. 91.
her second son to take the name of
Wortley, iii. 91.
Gray's feelings on kissing hands Butler, J., of Andover, criticises Gray's
Bard, ii. 344, 346.
Byron, Lord, kills Mr. Chaworth in a
commended by Gray, ii. 199.
CADWALLADER, his device, i. 70.
10th volumes of his history, iii. 85 ; 306-307.
Caius College, old portrait in, believed
of the family of, iii. 173.
Stratton, and Cambridge, for 1755,
Cambis, Marquis de, see Velleron, ii. 27.
Whitworth's MS. of Account of
Russia in 1710, ii. 373.
his account of the Life of Edward,
lication, iii. 2-3.
favourite Cat, written at, i. 10.
The Descent of Odin, written at, i. 60.
ment, written at, i. 113.
views of the colleges, by Loggan, i.
Satire upon the heads (of colleges), i.
Cambridge, Gray unacquainted with Caradoc, a Welsh fragment, i. 130.
the younger tutors of, iii. 58. probably written in 1764, i. 129.
Caradoc, Caer, mountain in Shropshire,
Hardwick and Earl of Sandwich Cardale or Cardell, Mr., admitted a
settled by Lord Mansfield, iii. 201. Moderator between the Free Masons
ship of St. John's College, iii. 189. Carey, General, reference to his being
Carlisle, reference to the affair of, ii.
stances, ii. 389-390.
Carnival at Turin, ii. 44.
rary, i. 306, 312.
to attend at the installation of the account of its reception at Cam-
Castlecomer, Lady, her death, ii. 402;
pation of the installation, iii. 344. Cat, Ode on the death of a favourite, i. 9.
sent to Dr. Wharton, ii. 164.
success in Paris, i. 193.
Vaillant's edition of, i. 194.
zione, ii. 44.
university, iii. 385.
known Gray, iii. 385.
the Exchequer, ii. 287.
reference to his visit, ii. 311.
317-318, 332-338, 351-353, 386-387, his nephew Ponsonby, iii. 57.
recovering from pleurisy, iii, 108-109.
reference to, iii. 67.
description of, iii. 331, 385.
Winstanley, his private tutor, iii. 331.
Celtic mythology, ii. 351.
Cephalo and Procri, opera of, ii. 133. Chaucer, the King's library referred to
prior to their introduction to Eng- Tanner on, i. 306.
alludes to the diversity of writing
our language, i. 326.
find the Mémoires of, iii. 258. Chaworth, Mr., killed in a duel with
Gray's Norman Architecture, i. 301. sulted in an Irish riot, iii. 26.
Chesterfield, Earl of, purchased the
his friendship for Mr. Dayrolles, ii.
Chevalier de St. George, references to,
editorial note on, i. 126.
Chinese possess the art of landscape
gardening, iii. 160.
Cholmondeley, General, one of the
Sackville, iii. 31.
Christ College, Cambridge, founded by
the Countess of Richmond, i. 96.
editorial note on, i. 210.
Norfolk's establishment in (?) six-
tions of Herculaneum, ii. 277. Christopher, Mr., reference to, ii. 165.
ancient poets and orators being
Chudleigh, Miss (Duchess of Kingston),
Alcaic Ode in the album of the Fuentes, i. 40.
Madame de Mora present at, i. 62.
Churchill, quotation from his Candi-
Chute, John, Gray asks him to obtain
stateliness of its apartments, iii. 135. at Casa Ambrosio, ii. 126.
his return to England, ii. 204.
Hampshire, ii. 264.
tor), his work at Chatsworth, iii.
Cibber, Colley, his Character and Con-
Cibber's, Mrs., canary-bird, ii. 360. Cobham, Viscountess, Gray attends
her from Stoke to Hanover Square,
her death, leaves £30,000 to Miss
treatment at the coronation of leaves Gray £20 for a ring, iii. 65.
Cocchi, Dr., his opera of Il Ciro Rico-
reference to, and his music, ii. 127;
fragment sent to Richard West, ii. 104.
editorial note, i. 185.
fragment of the fourth Book sent to
edition published of the last seven Coke, Lady Mary, reference to and note
on, iii, 73.
of Queensberry from his MS., ii. 372. Stoke, i. 83.
Colin's Complaint, by Rowe, its origin,
Colleger, vicissitudes of a, iii. 87.
Descriptive and Allegoric Subjects,
and Mason, iii. 41, 53.
his interest in the estate of Lord
Bath, iii. 172.
Commerce changes nations, i. 120.
Common sense thrives better in prox-
Conan, i. 130.
Conclave of Cardinals at Rome, and
63, 67, 84, 93.
has read the, ii, 166.
duced by, ii. 263.
Conti, the singer, reference to, ii. 125.
Conway, Francis, second Lord Conway
(Earl of Hertford), biographical
note, ii. 19.
Conway, Francis, Walpole visits him in Cowley, comparison of his talents with
Dryden's, i. 32.
irregular stanzas introduced by, ii.
Cowper, Mr., residentiary at York, con-
secret military expedition, ii. 321. Cradock, Joseph, reports statement of
Gray, i. 131.
visits him at Henley, iii. 60, 64. of Caer Caradoc, ii. 270.
Emanuel College, i. 310.
visits Rome, ii. 85.
Gray recommends the romances of,
his Le Sopha, ii. 128.
to, i. 325, 327, 337, 365, 372, 374.
managing man), iii. 33.
certaine Paradoxes, 1617, account in, ii. 327, 331.
Crofts, Mr., a candidate for the Uni.
Croma, one of the poems of Ossian, iii.
of Sir William Hamilton, iii. 195. Cromartie, Earl of, his trial for re-
lection of Sir Luke Schaub, iii. 195. Cromartie, Lady, supplicates her hus-
Crowland Abbey visited by Gray, ii.
Crowley, Robert, printer of Peirce
Crusadưs, History of the, reference to,
of Benevento, biographical note, Cumberland, Duke of, his entry into
Edinburgh, i. 143.
his popularity, i. 145.
attended by the surgeons of Marshall
d'Etrées, ii. 321.
his resignation after Closter-Seven,
recovered of his paralytic attack, iii.
appears at Newmarket in his chaise,
King George II.'s bequests to, iii. 70-
"in a very good way, 'tis strange if
his illness at Newmarket and story
gress of Poesy, and by Mitford, i. 32. date of his death, iii. 185.