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Lakes, Journal in the, references to Leicester House, the political arrange-
places mentioned by Gray in :- ments of, ii. 290.
Church, ii. 257.
buried there, ii. 257.
the Amatory Lines, i. 137.
Joseph Wharton, i. 137.
Lenox-love or Lithinton, seat of Lord
Lent, account of a Florentine, ii. 64.
Latin verse, i. 373.
at election-times, ii. 249.
de R***, by Crébillon fils, ii. 27.
on, i. viii.
Life, Gray's references to his health,
confined at Florence with inflam-
his house of Lithinton or Lenox in a good easy sort of state but oc-
casionally depressed, ii. 113-114.
ference between living in this
Peter's College, Cambridge, in suc- calls himself a solitary of six years'
standing, ii. 154.
his mind unable to keep him cheer-
is listless, old, vexed, and perplexed,
diverting himself for a month in
ances, then returns to his cell, ii.
suffers from gout or rheumatism, ii.
uses soap prescribed by Dr. Whar-
depressed in mind, ii. 285, 321, 371.
held by young Mr. Byron, now is better and more capable of amuse-
Life, Gray's references to his :-
Life, Gray's references to his :--
ments, partly with satisfaction, ter, iii. 401.
“the gout is gone,” but “spirits
Lig ting of the chandeliers at George
Lincoln, Lord, Gray visits him near
around him with ennui and de- newly made plantations, ii. 370.
Lisbon, Voltaire's poem on the earth.
wholly unpleasant to himself, iii. 1. Lisburne, Lord, reference to, iii. 241.
ator between hiin and Mr. Temple,
abode, whilst he will never have Gray's opinion of the disagreement,
Lloyd, Robert, published a Latin trans-
night" wears out his spirits, iii. 128.
author with G. Colman of two Odes
shall stay this month or two, iii. 124. 128.
after three years' intermission, iii. Churchill, iii. 128.
Lloyd, Miss, player on musical glasses,
ingness of my history, iii. 150. Lloyd's Evening Post, G. Colman con-
finding pleasure,” which after all reference to, iii. 123.
Locke, John, his Essay on the Human
cipiis Cogitandi, i. 185, 193.
deceive my solitary days," iii 164. leges, i. 309.
which has now grown almost con- 191, 199.
Lok, the being. i. 65.
London, Dr. Samuel Johnson's poem
lished by the, i. 72.
possibly end in blindness, iii. 186. all persons under thirty find amuse-
heat in 1769 than ever he did in in Ireland, iii. 403.
Long, Dr. Roger, Master of Pembroke
his verses on the death of Frederick,
lake districts in seventeen days, iii. takes Mr. Delaval under his tuition,
Rev. J. Brown, ii. 188.
Long, Dr. Roger, introduces Mr. Bed-Lyon, Thomas, biographical note on,
destroyed by fire, iii. 301.
Gray breakfasts with him and Lady
to present a lyricord and a glass references to, iii. 101, 238.
sphere to the king, iii. 152-153. Lyon, references to the story of the, ii.
Gray's opinion of, ii.220.
refers to an Elegy by, ii. 225.
Lyttleton, Lord George, his Monody on
his Monody parodied in Peregrine
Pickle, and his character portrayed
as “Gosling Scrag,” ii. 214.
ship of Modern History, and a his dialogues of the dead, iii. 42.
Lyttleton, Sir Richard, reference to,
to purchase him one, ii. 370, 376. MACAULAY, Mrs., Mr. Pitt made her a
panegyric in the House, iii. 238.
Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. 119. Mackay, Major, testimony in favour of
Mackenzie, Mrs., grossly insults Mr.
Hogarth's caricature of, ii. 146. Mackfarline, the Laird of, testimony in
Macklin, his farce of Love-a-la-Mode,
copy, iii. 29.
support of the Erse poems, iii. 311.
tion of Ossian's Poems, their publi-
Fellows of St. John's College, bio- Magazine of Magazines, its editor re-
fused permission to publish Gray's
Elegy, i. 72.
publishes the Elegy, i. 72.
the House of Commons, iii. 338. Maggett, Captain and Lord Lovat, ii.142.
Mahomet Second, a tragedy, ii. 22.
her confidante, ii. 291.
reference to, ii. 287.
ten Earl Nugent's Ode, ii, 220.
Mallet's, Mons., Introduction to the His- | Mary, Queen of Scots, furniture used
tory of Denmark, reference to, ii. by her at Wingfield religiously pre-
served at Hardwick, iii. 136.
an ancient genealogy of the English vanity, i. xv.
Odes, i. 36.
Government, i. 121.
Vicissitude, i. 123.
his opinion of the picturesque point
The Progress of Poetry delayed by a
reference to, ii. 288 ; iii. 69, 183. Ode to a Water Nymph by, ii. 184.
Gray's opinion of him, ii. 184, 196.
Newcastle, ii. 196.
mond, foundress of St. John's iii. 148.
Gray sends a copy of Elfrida to Wal-
elected a Fellow of Pembroke College,
contributes an Ode to Dodsley's Mis-
Gray's sympathy with, ii. 129, 134. Essays on church music, ii. 241.
of music, ii. 242.
Gray comments on the death of the
rel with Duchess of Queensberry, his loss of fortune, ii. 243.
death of his friend Dr. Pricket, ii. 244.
through John Hutton, ii. 250,
of Modern History, iii. 320, 324. Gray influences the style of Carac-
gives Gray's reason for changing his
college, ii. 279.
tion of the Catalogue of ancient suffering from his eyes, ii. 299, 366,
387, 392 ; iii. 205, 206, 207.
his interest sought on behalf of Dr.
tion refused by seven generals, ii. house, ii. 288.
resides in Arlington Street, ii, 289.
Mason, Rev. William, his chair given by Mason, Rev. William, acquires the
Mitford to a poet laureate, ii. 299. friendship of Fred. Hervey, iii. 77.
Precentor, iii. 82, 108.
Letters to Lord D. in Royal or Lady's
his reflections on Kitty Hunter, iii.
Death of a Lady, iii. 139.
gyric on his Odes, iii. 151.
repining at his twenty-four weeks'
makes a collection for C. Smart, iii.
his acquaintance with Bedingfield,
Gray's criticism of one of his Sonnets,
iii. 163, 199.
Gray recommends the music of Carlo
tendency to marry,
reference to his betrothment and note
Gray's Sonnet to his servant Mrs.
Gray's reasons for not visiting him at
both, iii. 223.
improves its grounds, iii. 44, 368. 224 ; by no means in health, iii.
irretrievably gone in consumption,
grown extremely fat and his wife
Gray sends in disguise his wickedness
Lord John Cavendish, iii. 58. opportunity of his obtaining other
Mrs., anxiety concerning, iii. 252 ;
enquires after her health, iii. 261;
at the coronation of George III. Waliner Castle for Mr. and, iii. 262;
Gray advises Ramsgate for, iii. 263;
showing the Elegy on Lady Coven- of, iii. 265.
his esteem of Gray's letter, 266.
Epitaph, iii. 266.