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Palgrave, Rev. William, his return, iii. | Pattinson, see Mrs. Forster.
Pausanias, a tragedy, by R. West, ii. 103.
ton's, ii. 359.
his confusion at coronation of
of Sayer, dangerously ill, iii. 284. Peck, Fellow of Trinity College, iii. 324.
ence to, ii. 155.
Smart, ii. 178.
Long, ii. 188.
on Anne, Countess of, i. 278.
tary, i. 279.
de Valentia, i. 95 ; ii. 280.
possesses MS. of Ode on the Spring,
194; from Anthologia Græca, i. Cat, i. 10; Distant Prospect of Eton
College, i. 16 ; Hymn to Adversity, i.
written in a Churchyard, i, 72; A
in which the College of Surgeons death of Richard West, i. 110 ; by
obtained Hunter's Museum, ii. 68. Stonehewer of Gray's Pleasures
General Conway and Lady Ailes- 138.
The Bard, finished at, i. 40.
facetious description of the settle-
nishes a model for Gray's Bard, ii. Gray becomes a resident of, ii. 279.
Gray's description of, iii. 150.
wife and elopes with Kitty Hunter,
Penn, Mr., his residence at Stoke, i. 83.
Peregrine Pickle, Smollett's, ii. 214.
inspired Gray to finish the Bard, 133.
Ricciarelli sings his Stabat Mater, ii.
lation of Norden's Travels in all divinity, iii. 163.
Gray's admiration of his composi-
his Salve Regina performed at the
Walpole's error that Gray introduced
Perrot, Lord, and the Assizes, iii. 281.
Pescetti, Giambattista, operatic com- | Pitt, the elder, complains of the in-
glorious peace, iii. 137.
gaining for a canary in Pall Mall, inclination to injure his fame, iii. 167.
report that he lies dangerously ill,
“when he is gone, all is gone,” iii. 203.
Gray laments his acceptance of a
breach with Lord Temple, iii. 243.
everything is in Lord Chatham's
pour la vie de François Petrarque, mending slowly in health, iii. 270.
Gray has been reading, iii. 236. Pitt, J. (Lord Camelford), his story
of Lady M. Wortley Montagu, iii.
Pitt, Thomas, afterwards Lord Camel.
ford; did he write Melpomene ?
proposes to meet Mr. Palgrave at
pearing in the same volume, i. 212. about to marry Miss Wilkinson and
Kinnoul by sea round Spain to
his return, iii. 85.
Pitt, Mrs. Anne, receives a pension of
Plato, notes on, iv.
printed from Stonehewer collection,
Pleasures of Imagination, criticism of,
Plummer, Mr., reference to, ii, 239.
biographical note, iii. 16.
Pocock, Dr. Richard, Bishop of Ossory
second part of Hardicanute, con- Poems, statement of the source of the
fessed in the Maitland Poems, iii. 46. present text, i. xiii.-xiv.
Chatham, paymaster of the forces, in deference to Dr. Beattie, iii. 285-
Poésies, Gresset's, ii. 186.
Poetic license, Gray advocates, i. 397.
office, ii. 344-345.
Poets, a fig for those who have not
been among the mountains, iii. 223.
Poetry, reference to Puttenham's Art Porto Bello, capitulation of, ii. 70.
Portraits, Gray considers it strange
Portsdown Hills, description of the
Portugal, King of, seizes conspirators
and Tavora family, ii. 392-396.
(1739), ii. 17.
tary, but the result of a certain note on, i. 142.
disposition of mind, ii. 366. Potter, Archbishop, his proviso, ii. 240.
his own period who could read, 41.
Pouilly, Mons. Levesque de, i. 239.
has the Duke of Newcastle's support,
note on, iii. 190.
of Lord Herbert of Cherbury, iii.
Prayer, Treatise on, ii. 217.
an Irish mob, iii. 26.
Chevalier St. George), ii. 68.
English correspondence pass through
given by Count Patrizii, ii. 76-85.
Life and Adventures of a Lap Dog, Rome, ii. 94.
his relations with English society in
Prevost Abbé, Antoine François,
Day compared with Dryden's, i. 36. Price, Mr., glass painter of Hatton
worked at the windows of West-
Pride a sign of folly, ii. 246.
scription of his person, ii. 93, 98. year (1756), ii. 290.
of H. Walpole and Dr. J. Brown,
eldest daughter marries Lord Wey- Pritchard, Mrs., and Delap's Hecuba,
Professorship of Modern History, Gray Queen's College, founded by Margaret
would not ask for it, not choosing of Anjou, i. 95.
added to by Elizabeth, Queen of
Queen's Hermitage, The, of Matthew
succession to Shallet Turner, iii. Queensberry, Duchess of, her quarrel
with Duchess of Marlborough, ii.
condemns by advertisement a spuri-
ous edition of the last seven
years of Earl Clarendon's Life,
and notifies her early issue of his
friend of Pope and protector of Gay,
Quinault, Jeanne Françoise, French
time of Gray and of Lydgate, i. 393. Quintilius Varus, his Piscina at
Racine's Britannicus, quotation from,
and reference to, ii. 233.
to see the house of, ii. 253.
hill, iii. 208.
Ramsgate, account of, and Sir. E.
Brydges's anecdote of Gray at, iii.
one desiring to attain position in, Ranby, Mr. (King's Surgeon), Duke of
Cumberland sends for and then
Ode, i. 92.
Ranelagh Gardens, non-success, ii. 125.
Raphaël, his vision of Ezekiel, i. 42.
figure of God in the vision of Ezekiel
his Bard, ii. 313.
ference to, i. 341,
wentwater, his execution, ii. 168.
Reed, Isaac, his note concerning the
Ode, iii. 343.
Religion of Nature Delineated, by Wol. Table showing the period of the in.
troduction of rhyme into various
Provençals believed to have bor-
Latin rather than from the Arabs
10th century taught to write Latin first appearance of rhyming verses
in Latin epitaphs, etc., i. 372.
Leonine verse, i. 373; its supposed
Leonimetes rhyme, i. 374.
end, i. 373.
poein De Contemptu Mundi, i. 374.
ing their rhyme from the Britons, languages in old composition, i.
their rhyme from this country,i.385. Stabat Mater of Pergolesi, ii. 282.
Richardson, Jonathan, the elder, the
Gray sits to him for his portrait, iii.81.
mother of Henry VII., foundress
Margaret, portrait of, i. 310.
consisting in alliteration, i. 362. Duke of Athol, iii. 257.
similarly practised by the Danes, Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 221.
Ridlington, Dr., Professor of Civil
tische languages originally the iii. 188-189.
gone to Nice, iii. 208.
Rigby, Gloster, with Duke of Bedford
escape of, from an Irish inob, iii. 26.
likely to be one of a new ministry,
to move the expulsion of Wilkes,
porary writers call themselves Bar- Rinuccini, Marquis, visits London, ii.
Antiquities of Athens, ii. 283.
Danish verse without rhyme, i. 368. Roberts, Mr., of the Pell Office, relates
the cause of the quarrel between
Rustica, Romana, Provençal, Va- Roberts, Rev. Mr., translated and pub-