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Stonehewer, Richard, references to, ii. Suarez, Countess of, entertains Gray at

144, 181, 188, 230, 264, 268, 273, 307, Florence, ii. 53.

373, 390, 395 ; iii. 37, 150, 173, 176. Suffolk, Lord, his seat at Levens, i.
Story, A Long, i. 81.

270.
editorial note on, i. 82.

Sully, Duke de, Gray's opinion of his
occasion of its being written, ii. 228. Memoirs and character, ii. 281.
not intended for publication, suffered Summers, Mr., recommended by Gray

to appear because Mr. Bentley's to Dr. Wharton for his skill in
designs were not intelligible with- planting, iii. 292.
out it, iii. 268, 308.

Superstition, Gray's love of popular,
Strathmore, John, ninth Earl of, his iii. 222.

personal appearance, ii. 263. History of Witches and a History of
returns to College with his brother, Second Sight given by Beattie to
ii. 307.

Gray, iii. 222.
his coming of age, and biographical Surrey, Lord, his use of the Cæsura,
note, ii. 369.

i. 333.
his seat of Hetton, iii. 208.

his verse, i. 334.
going abroad, iii. 21.

Swift on Money, ii. 155.
proposed voyage to Genoa, iii. 28. Swift's application of Herodotus's
ill at Turin, iii. 98.

passage on feathers, ii. 240.
takes Gray to Scotland, iii. 208. Swift's history of the Tory administra-
his agricultural operations around tion, ii. 360.
Glamis, iii. 212.

Swinburne, Lady, reference to, ii. 246.
approaching marriage, iii. 245. Swithin's Alley, fatal fire in, iii. 22.
to be married in London, iii. 258. Switzerland,
interesting condition of Lady Strath- Arve, river, banks of, at Geneva, ii. 38.
more, iii. 268.

description of, ii. 40.
reference to, ii. 261 ; iii. 276.

Geneva, its peasantry contrasted
Strawberry Hill, bowl with Gray's with those of Savoy, i. 245.

lines on Walpole's cat at, i. 10. Geneva, description of, ii. 37, 38.
Stricklands, their family seat of Siserge, lake of, ii. 38-39.
ii. 269.

its trout, i. 246 ; ii. 39.
chapel in Kendal church, ii. 269. Gray obliged to forego his proposed
Stuart, Mary, and her son, Robertson's visit to, iii. 403, 405.
History of, ii. 396.

Syon Hill, Brentford, residence of
Stuart, James (Athenian Stuart"), Lord Holdernesse, iii. 15.

his work among the Antiquities of

Athens, ii. 283.
Gray subscribes to his Attica, ii. 360 ; Tacitus, Gray's admiration of, ii. 104.
Taliessin, chief of the bards, i. 49, 361. Theodulus, his treatise De Contemptu

to his Antiquities of Athens, and 105.
desires a copy for Pembroke Hall, whenever translated into English
iii. 149-150.

should be done freely, ii. 111.
successful architect, iii. 149.

Davanzati's Italian translation of, ii.
proposed to be consulted for Mrs. 111.

Mason's monument, iii. 266. Tadcaster, beauty of country south of,
approves of Mason's sketch, iii. 272.

ii. 247.
Stuart, Mr., his duel with the Duke of Talbot, Earl, Lord High Steward at
Bolton, iii. 34.

coronation of George III., iii. 116.
Stuart of Cambridge, reference to, ii. 159. and barons of the Cinque Ports, iii.
Studley, residence of Dr. Wharton, 116.
visited by Gray, ii. 240.

and Alderman Beckford, iii. 116.
Stukeley, Dr., frequents the reading- his treatment while suppressing a

room of the British Museum, iii. 2. riot, iii. 339.
note on, iii. 2.

Talbot, Thomas, Gray sends him a
talks nonsense and coffee-house news copy of The Odes, ii. 320.
at the Museum, iii. 5.

his part in Rev. William Robertson's
Sturbridge fair, ii. 15.

marriage, iii. 62.
Sturgeon, Roger, Fellow of Caius, ii.311. reference to, ii. 379; iii. 176, 179.
Suard, Madame, an acquaintance of Tale of Sir Thopas, reference to the, i.
Voltaire's, iii. 173.

838.

prophecy that Welch should regain Mundi, i. 361.
the sovereignty of Britain ful- Thibaut, King of Navarre, i. 347.
filled, i. 48.

Thomas, Dr. John, Bishop of Lincoln,
Tanner, Bishop, his article on Chaucer translated to Salisbury, iii. 105, 114.
in Bibliotheca, i. 306.

Thomas, Dr., Master of Christ's College,
Taroc, a game played in Turin, ii. 44. rumoured to be Bishop of Carlisle,
Tasso, translations from the Gerus of, iii. 335, 337.
i. 148, 151.

Thomas, Miss, singer, sung in the
first printed, i. 44.

Installation Ode, iii. 343.
Taste, more difficult to restore than Thompson, a friend of Gray's, ii. 63.

to introduce good taste to a nation, Thomson, the poet, his fine description
iii. 158.

of a spirit, iii. 48.
Tavistock, Francis, Marquis of, comes Thorney, visited by Gray, iii. 366.
to Cambridge, ii. 309, 311.

Thrale, Mr., the brewer, reference to,
Taylor, Dr., attends Mrs. Charles York, i. 316.
ii. 401.

Thrale, Mrs., calls Gray a merciless
his opinion of a portrait in St. John's critic, iii. 399.
College, i. 311.

Thurcaston, the living of the Rev. Mr.
Taylor, J., Tracts by, ii. 119.

Hurd, ii. 326.
Temple, Lancelot, see Dr. Armstrong. Thurlow's Papers, ii. 128.
Temple, Lord, Head of the Admiralty, Thurot, hovering off Scotland, iii. 23.
ii. 292.

Thynne, Sir John, employed John of
Newcastle and Bute's opposition in Padua at Longleat, i. 307.

council, cause of his resignation, Tickell, Mr. Thomas, his poem on the
iii. 123.

peace of Utrecht, ii. 219.
disinherits his brother, iii. 123. his ballad of Colin and Lucy, ii. 219.
Temple, Mr., allusion to, iii. 241. Tolomei, Claudio, Bishop of Corsola,
Rev. N. Nicholls mediates on his i. 342.

behalf with Lord Lisburne, iii. Tophet (an epigram), i. 139.
287-289, 332-333.

editorial note on, i. 139,
Gray's opinion of the disagreement, Torrigiano, i. 319.
iii. 302-303.

Tory Administration, Swift's History
Gray would wish by all means to of the, in the press, ii. 360.
oblige him, iii. 336.

Tour of the Lakes, Gilpin's, i. 279.
and Lord Lisburne, his distress of Tour of the western counties, Gray's,
circumstances, iii. 402.

iii. 379-381.
Gray suggests application for chap- Townsend, Charles, William White-

lainship of Leghorn on behalf of, head's verses to, ii. 220.
iii. 402.

accepts office, but not wbat he as-
reference to, iii. 401.

pired to, ii. 292.
Temple of Tragedy, Gray busy in writ- refused post of Secretary of State
ing the, iii. 187.

and a peerage, iii. 238.
Templeman, Dr. Peter, keeper of the reference to his death, 282.

British Museum reading-room, iii.l. Townsend, General, his relations with
biographical note on, iii. 1.

Wolfe before Quebec, iii. 25.
translator of Norden's Travels in adventure with an Indian boy, iii. 25.
Egypt, ii. 194.

Tractatus, universi juris, published by
Tenducci, Ferdinando, reference to, ii. Zilettus, ii. 368.
65.

Traigneau, Professor, ii. 122.
Tent, Ode on a, William Whitehead's, Translations, i. 143-160.
ii. 220.

editorial note on, i. 144.
Tenter-grounds, description of, i. 268. Travelling, difficulty of, between Old
Terrick, Bishop of London, reference Park and York, iii. 348.
to, iii. 202.

Travelling, On thé Abuse of, by G.
Thanet, Earl of, his castle at Skipton, West, ii. 90.
i. 279.

Trebia, battle of, Elegiacs suggested by,
Theatres, common, subject to outrage- i. 177.
ous riots, iii. 157.

Trevigi, Girolamo da, his style of draw-
Theirre, Madame de, reference to, ii. 128. ing, i. 319.

Trevor, Dr. Richard, Bishop of St. | Union, The, a Scotch collection of
David's and of Durham, ii. 241.

poems containing Gray's Elegy, i.
Trevor, Mr. (Hambden), designs some 227.
wall-paper, iii. 121.

Urry, see D'Urry.
Trial of Scotch Lords, ii. 139.

Utrecht, T. Tickell's poem on the
Trinity College, Cambridge, Henry peace of, ii. 219.

VIII. its benefactor, i. 95.
Trip to Cambridge, or the grateful Fair, Vaga, Perin del, reference to the
a comedy by Smart, ii. 162.

painter, i. 321.
Trissino, his invention of Blank Deca- Valence or Valentia, Mary de, Countess

syllabic verse without Rhyme or of Pembroke, foundress of Pem-
Italian Heroic Measure, i. 343.

broke College, i. 95; ii. 280.
Tristram Shandy, popularity of Sterne's, Valet, The Lying, farce by Garrick, ii.
iii. 36.

213.
much humour in, iii. 53.

Valkyriur, description of the, i. 55.
Triumphs of Owen, The, a fragment, Vane, Harry, Impromptu on, i. 140.
i. 67.

journies to the north, ii. 238.
editorial note on, i. 68.

reference to, ii. 178.
Trollope, Mr., referred to by Gray, ii. Vane, Rev. Mr., the younger, circum-

117, 118, 121, 123, 138, 161, 164. stances of his ordination, ii. 231.
at Dev'reux Court, ii. 159.

ordained by the Archbishop of York,
Tucker, Dean of Gloucester, Warbur- ii. 232.
ton's remark to, ii. 327.

Vanrobais, Madame, her famous manu-
Tudors, History of the, Hume's, ii. 396. facture of cloth at Abbeville, iii.
Tully ad Familiares, Epistles of, by Rev. 358.
J. Ross, ii. 193.

Vauxhall preferred to Ranelagh Gar-
Turner, Dr. Shallet, of Peterhouse, his dens, ii. 125.
declining health, iii. 21.

Vavasor, Mr., his residence of Weston,
his death, iii. 136.

i. 280.
Turnpike Riots at Leeds, ii. 240. Velleron, Marquis de Cambis, The
Tuthill, Henry, Dr. T. Wharton's in- Pope's Lieutenant - General in

fluence solicited on his behalf, ii. France, ii. 27.
145.

Verneuil, Marqse. de, Henri IV.'s pro-
biographical note, ii. 178.

posal to marry the, ii. 281.
elected a Fellow of Pembroke, ii. 188. Verrio, Antonio, his paintings at Chats-
Gray anticipates his success as a worth, iii. 135.
Tutor, ii. 197.

Verse, Table of the measures of, with
indebted to Dr. Keene's interest for authorities and the order of the
his fellowship, ii. 201.

Rhymes, i. 343.
votes for Mr. Spencer at Pembroke Vertue, George, his MSS. purchased by
College, ii. 228.

Walpole, i. 305.
references to, ii. 138, 161, 197, 230, his engravings of Chaucer, i. 306.
264, 308.

known by Burroughs, Master of
Twitcher, Jemmy; or The Cambridge Caius, i. 307.
Courtship, i. 131.

discovers John of Padua to be the
editorial note on, i. 131.

architect of Somerset House, i.
Two Odes, a satire against Mason and 307.
Gray, iii, 53.

Ververt, by Gresset, ii. 184.
Tyre, Cardinal Archbishop of, ii. 62. Verzenay, famous for red wine, i. 239.
Tyrrell, reference to young, iii. 208. Vicissitude, Ode on the pleasure arising
Tyson, Mr., of Bene't College, his from, i. 123.
drawing for Tophet, i. 139.

editorial note on, i. 123.
Victory, popular superstition in Lyd.

gate's time of decisive, i. 389.
UBALDINI, Ubaldino, verses by, i. 368. Villeneuve, Huon de, quotation from
Union of poetry, music, and the dance the verse of, i. 337.

with painting and architecture, Villevielle, Marquis de, visits Gray, iii.
might bestow the sublimest plea- 372, 374.
sure, iii. 155.

Villiers, Lord, his interest for Lord
causes to binder, iii, 156.

Nuneham, ii. 309, 311.

Vine, The, Mr. Chute's residence, iii. Walpole, Horace, entertained by Coun-
271.

tess Suarez, ii. 53.
Virgidemiarium, Bishop Hall's, Gray's his epistle to Mr. Ashton, ij. 90, 221,
opinion of, ii. 233.

225.
Viry, Comte de, marriage of his son to cause of Gray's quarrel with, ii. 124.
Miss Speed, iii. 83.

Gray's reconciliation with, ii. 207.
value of his estate, iii. 83.

Gray visits him at Stoke, ii. 207.
Minister at Turin, iii. 236.

Gray visits him in Arlington Street,
Viry, Countess de, see Miss Speed.

ii. 139.
Vivares, Landscape painter, visits Mal. his disposition towards Gray, ii. 143.
tham, i. 278.

takes a residence at Windsor, ii. 143.
Voix du Sage et du Peuple, reference to, paper on Message Cards by, ii. 143.
ii. 229.

Advertisement on Good Breeding, ii.
Voltaire, Crébillon's Catalina and, ii.

143.
193.

presents the Marquis Rinuccini, ii.
Gray's opinion of, iii. 173, 192.

145.
gains restitution from the Parlia- Gray condoles with him on the loss

ment and Court of France for the of his cat and encloses the Ode, ii.
family of Calas, iii. 173.

165.
his Philosophic Dictionary, iii. 187. MS. of the Ode on the death of Wal-
his Lewis XIV., ii. 204.

pole's cat, i. 10.
History of Crusades believed to be elected a F.R.S., ii. 166.
by, ii. 229.

sends Gray a copy of Spence's Poly-
his satire on Rousseau called Guerre metis, ii. 172.
de Geneve, iii. 271.

Gray's Elegy in a churchyard sent for
his Poeme sur la Desastre de Lisbon, his criticism, ii. 210.
ii. 285.

requested to ask Dodsley to print
“He must have a very good stomach the Elegy, ii. 210.
that can digest,” iii. 378.

Gray's Elegy first published by, with

a preface, i. 72; ii. 211.
WAKEFIELD's Life of Gray, reference to, Gray sends a copy of Mason's Elfrida,
ii. 124.

ii. 212.
Waldegrave, Lord, Gray dines with him his fable of The Entail, ii, 214.
in Paris, ii. 21.

Gray's advice upon the proposed
marries Miss Maria Walpole—a hand- Memoirs, ii, 215.
some couple, ii. 396.

Epistle to Mr. Eckardt, the painter,
Wales, Frederick Prince of, verses on ii. 221.
the death of, ii. 119.

Gray's facetious enquiry concerning
Walker, Dr. Richard, Fellow and Vice- the Memoirs, ii. 226.

Master of Trinity, his death, note opinion of Gray's Long Story shown
on, iii. 188.

by his reply to Mrs. French, ii. 228.
Wall-papers, reference to, iii. 110, 118- preserves the fragment of The Char.
119, 120-121.

acters of the Christ-Cross-Rou, i. 210.
Walpole, Sir Edward, marriage of his letter in which Gray introduced

natural daughter Maria, ii. 396. them, i. 212.
Walpole, Horace, Earl of Orford, friend requested not to preface the Poems

and schoolfellow of Gray, ii. 6. with Gray's vignette, ii. 235.
Inspector-General of Exports and his opinion of Mr. Stonehewer, ii.
Imports, ii. 13.

241.
resigns and becomes Usher of the his Gothic residence, ii. 253.
Exchequer, ii. 13.

ill of a fever in London, ii. 272.
travels with Gray through France, asked to obtain the influence of Mr.
ii. 17.

Fraser and Duke of Bedford on be-
resolves at wish of Sir Robert Wal- half of Dr. Brown, ii. 289.
pole to visit Italy, ii. 39.

prints Gray's Odes at his Twicken-
his spaniel “Tory" carried off by a ham Press, ii. 319, 322.
wolf, ii. 40.

prints Gray's Bard for Dodsley, ii.
visits the Court of Turin, ii. 44.

320.
entertained by Prince Craon at his opinion of Mason's Caractacus, ii.
Florence, ii. 52.

332.

Walpole, Horace, prints Lord Whit-, Warburton, William, his knowledge of

worth's Account of Russia at Straw- Druidical and Celtic belief, ii. 351.
berry Hill, ii. 373.

his New Legation, ii. 369.
description of a new bed-chamber at his remarks on the Deans of Glou-
Strawberry Hill, iii. 11.

cester and Bristol, ii. 327.
nearness of his residence to Houns- his criticism of Gray's Odes, ii. 341.
low, iii. 15.

and Hurd's criticism of Caractacus
slight description of his Mosaic called that of Prior Park, ii. 393.
window, iii. 17.

breaks his arm in Prior Park, iii.
consulted by Gray on the Erse frag- 145.
ments, iii. 45, 127.

his sermon to the Court against illi-
his Anecdotes of Painting, its engrav- terate preferment, iii. 202.
ings, iii. 125.

attacked by Dr. Louth, iii. 224.
Gray's review of The Lives of the reference to, iii. 117, 129.
Painters, i. 304,

Wardlaw, Lady, her balla'l of Hardi.
advice upon an editorship offered canute, iii. 45.
him by the Court, iii. 126.

Warton Crag, near Lancaster, i. 270.
visits Gray at Cambridge, iii. 150. Warton, Joseph, reference to his poem
his new gallery all Gothicism, gold of the Enthusiast, ii. 121.
and crimson, iii. 150.

his Poems, ii. 159.
purchased in Suffolk a waggon-load receives MS. of Gray's Amatory Lines
of old moveables, iii. 151.

from Mr. Leman, i. 137.
sends Gray a copy of the Castle of Warton, Thomas, Gray's esteem of his

Otranto, and a pamphlet concern- talents, and upon request sends
ing libels, etc., iii. 191.

him a Design for a History of Eng.
his career in Paris, 1765, his health lish Poetry, iji. 365.

in a deplorable state, iii. 236. his qualifications as the Historian of
sends Gray the Historic Doubts, iii. English Poetry, i. 53.
303.

Warwick, description of, and its castle,
Gray's criticism of it, iii. 304-307, 134. ii. 256-257.
Gray describes the London and Glas- church, Earls of Warwick buried in,

gow editions of his Poems, iii. 308. ii. 257.
referred to an ancient Ms. in Benet Water-glasses, see Glasses.
Library, iii. 311.

Waterland, Dr. Daniel, reference to, ii.
criticised by Guthrie in the Critical

169.
Review, iii. 313.

his Scripture Vindicated, ii. 215.
his noted copy of Gray's Six Poems Water Nymph, Mason's Ode to a, ii.

inserted in the Graiana of Mr. Mor- 184.
ris, iv. 340.

Watson, Mr., public tutor of Lord
references to, i. 311; iii. 192, 225, Richard Cavendish, iii, 331.
226, 227, 255.

Weather record
Walpole, Lord, of Wolterton, reference July-August, 1759, iii. 13.
to, ii. 287.

September-November, 1759, iii. 18.
Walpole, Sir Robert, Earl of Orford, April-June 3, 1760, iii. 54-55.

his seat of Houghton Hall, ii. 11. January 1761, iii. 92.
directs his son Horace to go to February-April, 1763, iii. 153-154.
Italy, ii. 39.

January-March, 1766, iii. 368-369.
Parliamentary inquiry into his con- November 3—December 14, 1767, iii.
duct, ii. 134.

293.
Walpole, Lady, death of, ii. 9.

January-April 1770, iii. 368.
Wanstead, reference to a house of Weddell, William, of Newby, reference
Gray's at, ii. 263.

to, iii. 197.
Want, the mother of inferior Art, i. with Rev. Norton Nicholls, iii. 240.
119.

reference to, iii. 266.
Warburton, William, Bishop of Glou- at York, iii. 284.
cester, anecdote of, i. 127.

Welsh fragments, i. 129-130.
his Reflections on the Miraculous editorial note on, i. 129.
Powers, ii. 128.

language, remarks on, i. 381.
defence of Pope, ii. 131.

Wemyss, Earl of, his second son takes
admires Gray's Odes, ii. 325.

the name of Charteris, i. 275.

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