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France, references by Gray to towns, France, references by Gray to towns,
etc., in :
Puisieux at, i. 239.
Versailles, description of, ii. 24-25.
Vitry le François, description of,
Franck or Francken, Jerome, Flemish
Franklin, Mrs. Joyce, her portrait in
Emanuel College, i. 310.
Franklin, Professor, supposed writer
on Gray's Two Odes, ii. 327, 331.
ence him on behalf of Dr. Brown,
of The Odes for, ii. 322.
his industry, iii. 224.
the Rhône and Saône, i. 243. Frederick the Great of Prussia, his
burg, ii. 229.
and the King of Poland, ii, 291.
war), ii. 320.
Gray's opinion centred in, ii. 339.
of Silesia, ii. 350.
reduced to the defence of his Marquis-
ate, ii. 376.
dorf, ii. 378.
defeat by the Austrians at Hoch-
his poetry, iii. 36.
Frederick, Prince of Wales, his Charms
French clergy, Lettres by General
influence on English poetry, i. 33.
great, ii. 323; criticism of its
tion of, in 17 vols., iii. 235.
Story, and H. Walpole’s replý, ii. 228.
Frenchmen, their atheism, iii. 226. Gaskarths, their mansion of Hill-top,
Religion and Opinions of the Gauls, Gaskyn, Mr., reference to, ii. 295.
Gauls, Religion of the Ancient, referred
to, ii. 294.
tion on, by Fénel and Freret, ii.
occasional place of lodging, ii. 251. Gaurus, Fragment of a Latin Poem on
Gaussem, Jeanne Catherine (La Gaus.
sin), actress at the Comédie Fran-
Gautier de Châtillon, a poem of Flanders,
Gay, John, the Duchess of Queensberry
Gentleman's Magazine, Iinpromptu on
in, i. 135.
construction of York Minster, iii.
George II., his deportment, ii. 154.
of our original talent in matters account of his sudden death, iii, 69.
his testamentary bequests, iii. 70-71,
George III., his probable marriage, iii.
although Chinese excel, iii. 160. his reproof to the Court Chaplains,
refuses to expend money on the gene-
illness of his Queen, iii. 86.
like those of a lodger in Petticoat description of his Queen, iii. 105-106.
Lane or Camomile Street, iii. 343. Gray expects to see the coronation
his farce of The Lying Valet, ii. 213. marriage of, iii. 111.
banquet in Westminster Hall, iii.
paid £9000 for hire of jewellery at
fine arts, iii. 158.
behalf of Smart, ii. 391 ; taken from ence to, i. 320.
Gibbon, his praise of Education and
Gibbons, Grinling, his work at Chats-
of Pembroke College, reference to, Gibside, a seal of Lord Strathmore, iii.
riot, iii. 339.
Gilpin, his Observations on the River Gormogons, note on the, ii. 166.
Gotti, Cardinal Vincenzo Luigi, note
of Physicians, biographical note, Gould, T. V., Fellow of New Hall,
reference to, iii. 179.
of Hunter's Museum, iii. 67. Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy,
University, i. 92.
Installation Ode, i. 92.
agrees to Dr. Beattie's proposal of Mr. Stonehewer and Mr. Bradshaw,
Secretaries to, ii. 241.
Mr. Stonehewer, tutor to, ii. 277.
ship of Modern History, iii. 318.
Installation as Chancellor of Uni-
versity, iii. 343-4.
Installation Ode, iii. 316.
17; exhibits at Society of Arts, iii. Gray visits him at Netherby, iv. 342.
advice for procuring, iii. 102-103. with the troops in Hanover, ii. 378.
Elegy published by the, i. 72.
Grandval, Racot de, comedian, ii. 23.
Gray, Mrs. Dorothy (the poet's mother),
him, because he cannot play them, his aunt, Mrs. Antrobus, ii. 208.
her illness, ii. 233.
Gray's deep affection for, iji. 239.
Dr. Wharton if he can stay for a MS. in pencil of Gray, iv. 339.
Gray, Lord, his belief that he was re-
youngest son elopes with Mr. Day- Gray desires a copy of the Glasgow
edition of the poems to be sent to,
Spain, iji. 256.
Warwick, ii. 258.
Libels, Warrants, etc., iii. 192.
poetry, i. 33.
Green, John, Master of Ben'et, Gray
Green, John, requests Dr. Balguy to Habit, definition of what we call, ii.
Hadden, Ephraim, reference to as a
Hadley, Dr. J., of Queen's College, ii.
Useful Architecture, iii. 110.
the Roman mythology, ii. 173.
Gloucester, portrait of Chaucer in laureate, ii. 345.
his boyish days, ii. 115.
note on, iii. 254.
Hall, Dr., Bishop of Exeter, portrait in
brought against the present min- Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich,
Gray's opinion of his Satyres, ii.
à ma Sæur gave Gray the idea for Virgidemiarium written at Cam-
bridge, ii. 233.
daughter Elizabeth marries Mr.
Bonfoy, ii. 378.
Wharton to visit at Cobham the
house of, ii. 254.
part in the building of York min- grounds, ii. 254.
Hampton, Gray stays with the Cob-
Hardicanute, poem by Lady Wardlaw,
for the design to Gray's Elegy, ii. ton, iii. 46.
Hardwicke, Philip, second Lord, his
University, i. 131.
and candidate for Mastership of St. as High Steward of Cambridge, iii.
of the General History of Scotland, of State, iii. 238.
in the Critical Review, iii. 313, 314. Duke of Devonshire's seat at, iii.
Harmonica, see glasses, water.
Harpe, Jean François de la, his works
History, iii. 136.
Hartlepool, Gray visits. Its waters | Hens, Supper of, by Francis I., ii.
and other attractions, iii. 206, 207. 114.
Hervey, Ashton, fable in Dodsley's
church, burial-place of West, ii. 113. Hervey, Frederick, Bishop of Cloyne,
quaintance, iii. 77.
eats raspberry-puffs with Gray in
Cranbourn Alley, iii. 270.
his portrait at Caius College, i. 309. ladies, iii. 278.
pute as to the Roman Senate, ii.
successful expedition to Roche- his admiration of animals, ii. 221.
Hervey, Lady, visited by Madame de
Fuentes, iii. 62.
Heskin, J., verses on the death of
Hexham, Gray and Dr. Wharton visit,
reference to his Grammar Franco-
Theotische, i. 363, 364.
originally the same language, i.
on behalf of Smart, ii. 391.
pointed Master Gardener at Ken-
Hill-top, the mansion of the Gaskarths,
Himers family, i. 262.
of Trinity, iii. 303, and
History of English poetry, contem-
dent, Histoire de France, ii. 158. History of Hell, A, facetious verses by
Hoadley, Chancellor, Master of St.
Hodges, his contribution to Dodsley's
Hoel, The Death of, an ode, i. 129.
etc., ii. 166.