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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.
Sully, Duke de, Gray's opinion of his
to appear because Mr. Bentley's to Dr. Wharton for his skill in
Superstition, Gray's love of popular,
personal appearance, ii. 263. History of Witches and a History of
Gray, iii. 222.
his verse, i. 334.
Swift on Money, ii. 155.
passage on feathers, ii. 240.
Swinburne, Lady, reference to, ii. 246.
description of, ii. 40.
Geneva, its peasantry contrasted
lines on Walpole's cat at, i. 10. Geneva, description of, ii. 37, 38.
its trout, i. 246 ; ii. 39.
Syon Hill, Brentford, residence of
his work among the Antiquities of
Athens, ii. 283.
to his Antiquities of Athens, and 105.
should be done freely, ii. 111.
Davanzati's Italian translation of, ii.
Mason's monument, iii. 266. Tadcaster, beauty of country south of,
coronation of George III., iii. 116.
and Alderman Beckford, iii. 116.
room of the British Museum, iii. 2. riot, iii. 339.
Talbot, Thomas, Gray sends him a
his part in Rev. William Robertson's
marriage, iii. 62.
prophecy that Welch should regain Mundi, i. 361.
Thomas, Dr. John, Bishop of Lincoln,
Thomas, Dr., Master of Christ's College,
Thomas, Miss, singer, sung in the
Installation Ode, iii. 343.
to introduce good taste to a nation, Thomson, the poet, his fine description
of a spirit, iii. 48.
Thrale, Mr., the brewer, reference to,
Thrale, Mrs., calls Gray a merciless
Thurcaston, the living of the Rev. Mr.
Hurd, ii. 326.
Thynne, Sir John, employed John of
council, cause of his resignation, Tickell, Mr. Thomas, his poem on the
peace of Utrecht, ii. 219.
behalf with Lord Lisburne, iii. Tophet (an epigram), i. 139.
editorial note on, i. 139,
Tory Administration, Swift's History
Tour of the Lakes, Gilpin's, i. 279.
lainship of Leghorn on behalf of, head's verses to, ii. 220.
accepts office, but not wbat he as-
pired to, ii. 292.
and a peerage, iii. 238.
British Museum reading-room, iii.l. Townsend, General, his relations with
Wolfe before Quebec, iii. 25.
Tractatus, universi juris, published by
Traigneau, Professor, ii. 122.
editorial note on, i. 144.
Travelling, On thé Abuse of, by G.
Trebia, battle of, Elegiacs suggested by,
Trevigi, Girolamo da, his style of draw-
Trevor, Dr. Richard, Bishop of St. | Union, The, a Scotch collection of
poems containing Gray's Elegy, i.
Urry, see D'Urry.
Utrecht, T. Tickell's poem on the
VIII. its benefactor, i. 95.
painter, i. 321.
syllabic verse without Rhyme or of Pembroke, foundress of Pem-
broke College, i. 95; ii. 280.
Valkyriur, description of the, i. 55.
journies to the north, ii. 238.
reference to, ii. 178.
117, 118, 121, 123, 138, 161, 164. stances of his ordination, ii. 231.
ordained by the Archbishop of York,
Vanrobais, Madame, her famous manu-
Vauxhall preferred to Ranelagh Gar-
Vavasor, Mr., his residence of Weston,
fluence solicited on his behalf, ii. France, ii. 27.
Verneuil, Marqse. de, Henri IV.'s pro-
posal to marry the, ii. 281.
Verse, Table of the measures of, with
Rhymes, i. 343.
Walpole, i. 305.
known by Burroughs, Master of
discovers John of Padua to be the
architect of Somerset House, i.
Ververt, by Gresset, ii. 184.
editorial note on, i. 123.
gate's time of decisive, i. 389.
with painting and architecture, Villevielle, Marquis de, visits Gray, iii.
Villiers, Lord, his interest for Lord
Nuneham, ii. 309, 311.
Vine, The, Mr. Chute's residence, iii. Walpole, Horace, entertained by Coun-
tess Suarez, ii. 53.
Gray's reconciliation with, ii. 207.
Gray visits him at Stoke, ii. 207.
Gray visits him in Arlington Street,
takes a residence at Windsor, ii. 143.
Advertisement on Good Breeding, ii.
presents the Marquis Rinuccini, ii.
ment and Court of France for the of his cat and encloses the Ode, ii.
pole's cat, i. 10.
sends Gray a copy of Spence's Poly-
Gray's Elegy in a churchyard sent for
requested to ask Dodsley to print
Gray's Elegy first published by, with
a preface, i. 72; ii. 211.
Gray's advice upon the proposed
Epistle to Mr. Eckardt, the painter,
Gray's facetious enquiry concerning
Master of Trinity, his death, note opinion of Gray's Long Story shown
by his reply to Mrs. French, ii. 228.
acters of the Christ-Cross-Rou, i. 210.
natural daughter Maria, ii. 396. them, i. 212.
and schoolfellow of Gray, ii. 6. with Gray's vignette, ii. 235.
ill of a fever in London, ii. 272.
Fraser and Duke of Bedford on be-
prints Gray's Odes at his Twicken-
prints Gray's Bard for Dodsley, ii.
Walpole, Horace, prints Lord Whit-, Warburton, William, his knowledge of
worth's Account of Russia at Straw- Druidical and Celtic belief, ii. 351.
his New Legation, ii. 369.
cester and Bristol, ii. 327.
and Hurd's criticism of Caractacus
breaks his arm in Prior Park, iii.
his sermon to the Court against illi-
attacked by Dr. Louth, iii. 224.
Wardlaw, Lady, her balla'l of Hardi.
Warton Crag, near Lancaster, i. 270.
his Poems, ii. 159.
from Mr. Leman, i. 137.
Otranto, and a pamphlet concern- talents, and upon request sends
him a Design for a History of Eng.
in a deplorable state, iii. 236. his qualifications as the Historian of
Warwick, description of, and its castle,
gow editions of his Poems, iii. 308. ii. 257.
Waterland, Dr. Daniel, reference to, ii.
his Scripture Vindicated, ii. 215.
inserted in the Graiana of Mr. Mor- 184.
Watson, Mr., public tutor of Lord
September-November, 1759, iii. 18.
his seat of Houghton Hall, ii. 11. January 1761, iii. 92.
January-March, 1766, iii. 368-369.
January-April 1770, iii. 368.
to, iii. 197.
reference to, iii. 266.
Welsh fragments, i. 129-130.
language, remarks on, i. 381.
Wemyss, Earl of, his second son takes
the name of Charteris, i. 275.