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Roberts's, Gray asks Mason to procure Roman Senate, Chapman's Essay on the,
of Charles V., Gray sups with him, Romans, foundation of their religion,
Lord Holland's house, written by ii. 330.
his Epistles of Tully, ii. 193.
Ross, Mr., of Cambridge, reference to,
native to the neighbourhood of Ross, Dr., obtains the living of Frome,
and in better days hopes to accept
his contentment, iii. 161.
succeeds Dr. Law as prebend of Dur-
Rousseau, his characters do not inter-
Gray has not seen, ii. 389.
Hurd admire it, iii. 83.
read his Emile, iii. 151.
nought, iii. 152.
of St. Sepulchre's Chapel, iii. 140- publishes at the Hague and realises
considerable sums, iii. 174.
to Spring written at his house, trict, iii, 174.
his Lettres de la Montagne, except the
Contrat Social, of the dullest, iii.
in Derbyshire with Mr. Davenport,
quits England, iii. 271.
writes letters to the Lord Chancellor
and Mr. Conway, iii. 271.
on, iii 271.
architect, i. 320.
living, ii. 6.
flowers of eloquence, ii. 167.
Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 221. origin of his ballad of Colin's Com-
north transept of York Minster, Rowley, Mr., insulted by an Irish
mob, iii, 26.
Royal family, their frequent visits in St. Sepulchre's Chapel, York Minster,
Gray's attempt to identify its site,
wick), his State Papers, iii. 6. Salisbury music-meetings, reference
printed at Walpole's Twickenham Sandby, Paul, R.A., exhibits at the
first exhibition of artists, iii. 65.
library and given by R. O. Cam- preparing a great picture of Snowdon.
iii. 65, 68.
aversion to himself, i. 131.
and the High Stewardship of Cam.
bridge, iii. 168.
Dr. Brook, Mr. Brockett, and Dr.
hires à scribbler to write a weekly
whatever seems against him is popu.
lar, iii. 201.
engages the Bishop of Chester's in-
terest, iji. 201. ;
Sangallo, Bastiano Aristotile da, paint-
er, i. 320.
Lady Betty Molyneux, resides at Sardinian Ambassador's chapel and
stables in Lincoln's Inn Fields
marriage of his son to Miss Speed,
Satire upon the Heads; or never a barrel
editorial note on, i. 134.
1746, ii. 134.
an ode without rhyme, i. 344. Sayer, Mr., elder brother of Mr. Pal-
his visit to England, iii. 50-51. Scaliger, Julius Cæsar, The Propertius
of Gray influenced by the writings
recollections of Gray and the great Sceptic, a professed, can only be
Schoolmistress, Wm. Shenstone's poem
of the, ii. 219.
by the Countess of Richmond, i. Gray, i. 142.
Scotland, Gray about to accompany
Lord Strathmore and Thomas
journey from Hetton to Glamis, iii.
Scotland, considers its scenery sub-|Secretary of State, changes in 1766,
Countess of Dorset, i. 279.
tion of Lord Lovat, ii. 142.
singers, ii. 65.
Senhouse, Mr., and his acoustic warm-
of Mr. John Morris, iv. 342. Sestine, ascribed to Arnauld Daniel,
Settle, Elkanah, poet laureate, ii. 345.
Seven Years' War, the, fear of a French
Prince Ferdinand defeats Contades
conduct of Lord G. Sackville, iii. 8.
Harsch, iii. 9.
the fleets, iii. 18.
fear of invasion dispelled, iii. 23.
pamphlet against Mr. Manduit, iii. 91.
his obelisk in the great area, ii. 80.
ley's Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 221.
came to be a philosopher, ii. 375.
Shakespeare, creator of poetic lan-
guage, ii. 108.
Shakespeare Verses, by Gray, i. 132.
Shaw, Dr., his work on Architecture,
new ministry, iii. 153.
admires the Odes of Gray, ii. 327, 331.
his contribution to Dodsley's Collec-
and the author, iii. 344.
lecture on elocution,
to, iii, 125,
Sherman, William, his daughter mar- Sonnet, its invention ascribed to Fra'
Guittone d'Arezzo, i. 349.
petitions for mercy, iii. 36. Sophonisba to Masinissa, story of, ii.
Sophonisba to Masinissa, part of an
Southampton, appearance of the coast
Gray staying in the High Street, iii.
troduce the hexameter, i. 341. full of bathers, but Gray knows not
no coffee-house, no bookseller, no
description of, iii. 179-180, 200.
of Dr. Wharton, and afterwards a
Gray takes up his abode at Mr.
description of the prospect fron, iii.
candidate for the Mastership of Southcote, Mr., offers his house and
lands to Dr. Wharton, ii. 252.
Southerne, Thomas, Restoration dra.
Southwell, Henry, of Magdalen College,
reference to, ii. 76.
Southwell, Mr. and Mrs., reference to,
Gray sends him a copy of The Odes,
and the French, iii. 172.
in the, iii, 84.
the Erse poems repeated from tra- 75-76.
Spedding, Mr., his residence of Ar-
ence to her attitude towards Gray,
Lines, i. 137.
Gray writes a Song at her request, i.
reference to, i. 82.
Gray's probable visit with her to
mind, iii. 49.
Speed, Miss, her marriage with the Stillingfleet, Benjamin (Blue Stocking),
the naturalist, iii. 38.
birds in 1755, iii. 95-96.
Stocks, public, are low, ii. 393.
of Gray's uncle, Mr. Rogers, after-
Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. 119. Ode to Spring, written at, i. 2.
written at, i. 16.
Elegy in a Churchyard, chiefly written
Sonnet on the death of Richard West,
Manor House, Gray's sketch of, i.
families, i. 83.
Gray's melancholy reminiscences at,
furnishes Gray with two thoughts 135.
Stone, Nicholas, sculptor, reference to,
Colonel Bellasis's regiment, i. 88. Stone, Mr., obtains a political post, ii.
his death, iii. 351.
Stonehewer, Richard, Fellow of St.
Duke of Grafton, ii. 241.
Gray enquires of Dr. Wharton his
opinion of, ii. 187.
to the Lords. “Oh that they and Dr. Keene on behalf of, ii. 197.
would throw it out,” iii. 234. proposes to visit York with Gray, ii.
fragment of the Prophecy sent to,
goes to Portsmouth to receive a
Morocco ambassador, iii. 10.
Middleton's writings in English Dr. Stonehewer, iii. 46.
Mr. Fraser, iii. 224.
Gray's letter of condolence on the
death of his father, iii. 351.