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Hogarth and Paul Sandby, iji. 65. Houghton, Lord, his rich collection of
possessor of the MS. of Satire upon
the Heads, i. 134.
Dante, i. 157.
Earl of, Gray visits him in Paris, iii. 15.
Housekeeping in the Duke of Norfolk's
Howe, William Taylor, Fellow of Pem-
ship, iii. 144.
publication of General Yorke's channel of intercourse between Gray,
Mason, and Algarotti, iii. 155.
thanked for his testimonies of es-
urged not to despair of his health,
Howlett, Dr. Zachary, see Grey.
Huddleston, Mr., his mansion of
Hutton St. John, i. 251.
i. 311; iii. 59.
writer, iii. 377.
Hunter, Dr. John, how the College of
Henry, Earl of Pembroke, iii. 132.
beautiful set of engravings, iii. 166. at, iii. 375.
Hurd, Richard, description of, ii. 314.
of the Expedition against Mar- Dr. T. Wharton asks him to be
lenient to Dr. Akenside, ii. 299.
Commentary of, by Mr. Hurd, ii. 349. Odes, ii. 325.
allusion to his Moral and Political
letter on the Marks of Imitation, ii.
his remarks on Hume's Natural
worst employment is to write some-
should transmit the MS. of Carac- coming to Cambridge, iii. 340.
anecdote relative to Gray's com-
mencement of, iii. 341.
cus called that of Prior Park, ii.393. iii. 343.
ton on recommendation of Mr. sung by Mr. Norris, Rev. Mr. Clarke,
Mr. Reinholt, and Miss Thomas,
Gray does not publish it, but Alma
pany, iii. 345,
King's tent and equipage ready at
Ireland, Lords Justices offer to resign,
prebend's stall in York Cathedral Gray does not know who will go to,
Archbishop) on behalf of Mason, supposed Union and suppression
of the Irish Parliament, ii. 25-27.
Dignitaries of State insulted by the
rabble, ii. 26.
tranquillity of the castle authorities
riot suppressed by the military, ii.
warning of riot given in England six
weeks before, ii. 26.
very intractable, even Lords Justices,
Italian orthography co-temporary with
cline of works of inagination, i. language easily acquired by one
proficient in Latin and French,
Italians, their magnificent reception
parsimony of their private life, ii. 97.
during Tudor period, i. 33.
at Chapel Royal, Versailles, ii. 26, tongues with, iii. 158.
Gray gives detailed advice to Pal.
grave as to the places he should
visit in, iii. 194-196.
Italy, description of Gray's visit to, ii. Italy, references by Gray to towns, etc.,
St. Peter's, ii. 67, 68, 70, 71 ; its
construction, ii. 79.
description of a ball in, ii. 76,
in, ii. 79.
inscriptions from, ii. 79.
Veronica's handkerchief ex-
posed to view in St. Peter's,
Sienna, account of, ii. 64-65.
at, ii. 72-74.
Torre del Greco, description of its
appearance, iv. 341.
its palace, ii. 44.
try, ii. 65.
Venerie, La, country palace of
Turin, ii. 44..
JACOBITES, their victory at Falkirk, ii.
slight effect of their successes on
appearance of the lava, iv. 341. England, ii. 130.
Jauncey, Mr., settles his son in a
curacy, iii. 102.
lection of Mr. Morris, iv. 340. at Cambridge, iii. 325.
of, contrasted with Papal, ii. S1. Modern Fine Lady, a play by, ii.
Gray's opinion of his poetical abili-
Jerinyn Street, Gray's place of lodging
either at Roberts's or Frisby's in,
Jersey, Lord, reference to, ii. 328.
neath the site of, iv. 341-342. 341.
John of Padua, architect of Somerset | Kent, William, the architect, his de-
sign at Esher, ii. 253.
Kent, Gray's description of the county.
Visited Ramsgate, Margate, Sand-
and Hythe, iii. 240, 241-2.
mer (1768) in, iii. 320.
Keys, see Caius.
in his Travels through Germany,
the murder of her father, iii. 35-36. Killaloe, Bishop of, insulted by the
Néricault Destouches, ii. 23. Kilmarnock, Lord, his trial, ii. 139.
references to, iii. 17, 83, 87, 173, ii. 220.
King's College, Cambridge, founded by
Kingston's Light Horse refused ad-
Kinnoul, see Viscount Dupplin.
and Genoa, iii. 27.
weather and condition of the crops iii. 30.
Kirke, Miss, executrix of Dr. New-
Knight, Dr. Gowin, M.D., principal
librarian of British Museum, iii.
of, ii. 26, 57.
Knowles, Mr., elected Fellow of Pem-
Stonehewer, ii. 193, 195.
Jenyns, ii. 214.
work at Chatsworth, iii. 136.
asthma to part from Gray, when
Lakes, Gilpin's Tour to the, i. 279.
Journal, iii. 350.
references to places mentioned by
Gray in :-
of Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. about, with the river Eden, i. 250.
reference to, i. 140.
Spedding, i. 262.
Lakes, Journal in the, references to Lakes, Journal in the, references to
places mentioned by Gray in :-
Parrs, Stricklands, and Belling-
and Lancaster from, i. 270, 271. Keswick, botany might be studied
visited by Gray and Dr. Wharton,
its Gothic gateway, i. 271.
Levens, the seat of Lord Suffolk, i.
Lune, valley of, i. 274.
Ottley, description of, i. 280.
Fairfax monuments in the church
Penigant, view of, i. 278.
Penrith, view from the Beacon-hill
near, i. 250.
visited by Gray and Dr. Wharton,
Hill, i. 251.
Ridale-head, i. 267.
Sea Whaite, i. 257.
Seven Mile Sands, near Lancaster, i.
their danger and story of a fatal
Sheffield, its pleasant situation, i. 134.
Shode-bank Hill, steep road over, i.
sidence of Mr.Huddleston, i. 251. Thirlmere, called also Leathes Water
or Wytlıburn-Water, description
of, i. 264, 265.
acquired by Manchester as a reser-
voir, i. 264.
hill of Dunmallert, i. 251.