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Bentley, Mr. Richard, Stanzas to, i. Bonfoy, Nicholas, resided at Abbot's
Ripton, ii. 378.
his belief that everything turns out
cal table of ancient authors, ii. 158. dines with Gray, iii. 21.
their publication, ii. 237; a second ii. 378 ; iii. 32.
who taught Gray to pray, is dead,
ings for the six poems, ii, 237. her fortitude, iii. 152.
Bonfoy, Mr. and Mrs., Gray sends them
Nicholls, with footnote of Gray's
opinion of the writer, iii. 355-356.
note on, iii. 360.
ence, iii. 360-362, 369.
warns him against vice, iii, 371.
exasperated his friends, iii. 401.
Canzone, i, 352.
the French, iii. 14.
Gray received forty guineas for
The Odes, ii. 330.
his Account of Corsica and Memoir of
being first heard during 1755, iii. Gray's light estimate of his abilities,
to pay his Italian master, ii. 3. Bougeant, Guillaume Hyacinthe, ii. 27.
Epistle to, by Gresset, ii. 184.
ant on the Vice-Chancellor of gundy, ii. 31.
Cambridge University, ii. 117. Bourne, Mr., a friend of Mason's, ii.
Bower, Archibald, his career and pro-
posals for a History of the Pope, ii.
Bowes, George, of Streatham Castle,
Earl of Strathmore, ii. 369; iii.
Boycot, Mr., may be of assistance to
Rev. N. Nicholls, iii, 342.
of Grafton, ii. 241.
Braidalbane, Lord, his Scottish do- Brown, Rev. James, of Pembroke
College, note on, ii. 138.
supports the case of Tuthill, ii. 161,
Memoirs of the House of, ii, 229. interests himself on behalf of C.
successful in his endeavour to elect
broke, ii. 188.
P. Wood through Italy, ii. 328. contributes to Dodsley's Miscellane-
visits Gray at Stoke, ii, 259.
office in the University, ii. 287-
asked to distribute copies of Gray's
have reached him, and asks that
hear, ii. 322.
if he has paid any of Gray's Cam-
bridge bills, Gray wishes to be
laments Mason's indolence, ii. 394.
invited to Gray's lodgings in South-
of the Signet preserved in, iii. 11. requested to prepare Gray's Cam-
Gray's MSS. in, i. xiv. 73, 113, 140. his opinion requested of young Pon-
favourable opinion of young Pon-
sonby, iii. 77.
proposition that he should visit Lady
not at all well, iii. 125.
his evening prayer to the congrega-
called familiarly by Gray “Petit,
grafts for Dr.
deep in Quintilian and Livy, iii. 205.
trait in St. John's College, i. 311. will he accompany Gray to Masou's ?
Chancery), his house on banks of visits Mason, iii. 272.
visits Lord Strathmore at Gibside,
Brown, Rev. James, and the livings of Bussy, Pitt's contempt for his pro-
Framlingham and Oddington, iii. posals on behalf of France, iii.
and the living of Streath-ham, Isle a botanist, iii. 89.
his new system of botany, iii. 89.
refuses an application on behalf of
Modern History, iii. 136-137.
Manners and Principles of the Times, Bute, Lady, bequests from her father,
Wortley Montagu, iii. 91.
her second son to take the name of
Wortley, iii. 91.
Gray's feelings on kissing hands Butler, J., of Andover, criticises Gray's
Bard, ii. 344, 346.
Byron, Lord, kills Mr. Chaworth in a
cominended by Gray, ii. 199.
CADWALLADER, his device, i. 70.
10th volumes of his history, iii. 85; 306-307.
Caius College, old portrait in, believed
of the family of, iii. 173.
Stratton, and Cambridge, for 1755,
Cambis, Marquis de, see Velleron, ii. 27.
Whitworth's MS. of Account of
Russia in 1710, ii, 373.
his account of the Life of Edward,
lication, iii. 2-3.
favourite Cat, written at, i. 10.
The Descent of Odin, written at, i. 60.
ment, written at, i. 113.
views of the colleges, by Loggan, i.
Satire upon the heads (of colleges), i.
ambridge, Gray unacquainted with Caradoc, a Welsh fragment, i. 180.
the younger tutors of, iii. 58. probably written in 1764, i. 129.
Caradoc, Caer, mountain in Shropshire
Hardwick and Earl of Sandwich Cardale or Cardell, Mr., admitted &
ship of St. John's College, iii. 189. Carey, General, reference to his being
St. John's College, iii. 190. Carlisle, reference to the affair of, iii.
considered to be Sir Anthony Carlisle, Lady, her altered circum-
stances, ii. 389-390.
Carnival at Turin, ii. 44.
rary, i. 306, 312.
to attend at the installation of the account of its reception at Cam.
Castlecomer, Lady, her death, ii. 402
pation of the installation, iii. 314. Cat, Ode on the death of a favourite, i. 9,
sent to Dr. Wharton, ii. 164.
success in Paris, i. 193.
Vaillant's edition of, i. 194.
zione, ii, 44.
university, iii. 385.
known Gray, iii. 385.
the Exchequer, ii. 287.
reference to his visit, ii. 311.
317-318, 332-338, 351-353, 386-387, his nephew Ponsonby, iii. 57.
recovering from pleurisy, iii. 108-109.
reference to, iii. 67.
description of, iii. 331, 385.
Winstanley, his private tutor, iii. 331.
Celtic mythology, ii. 351.
Cephalo and Procri, opera of, ii. 133. Chaucer, the King's library referred to
prior to their introduction to Eng- Tanner on, i. 306.
alludes to the diversity of writing
our language, i. 326.
find the Mémoires of, iii. 258. Chaworth, Mr., killed in a duel 'with
Gray's Norman Architecture, i. 301. sulted in an Irish riot, iii. 26.
Chesterfield, Earl of, purchased the
his friendship for Mr. Dayrolles, N.
Chevalier de St. George, references tu,
editorial note on, i. 126.
Chinese possess the art of landscape
gardening, iii. 160.
Cholmondeley, General, one of the
Sackville, iii. 31.
Christ College, Cambridge, founded by
the Countess of Richmond, i. 96.
editorial note on, i. 210.
Norfolk's establishment in (?) six-
tions of Herculaneum, ii. 277. Christopher, Mr., reference to, ii. 165.
ancient poets and orators being
Chudleigh, Miss (Duchess of Kingston),
Alcaic Ode in the album of the Fuentes, i. 40.
Madame de Mora present at, i. 62.
Churchill, quotation from his Candi-
Chute, John, Gray asks him to obtain
stateliness of its apartments, iii. 135. at Casa Ambrosio, ii. 126.
his return to England, ii. 204.
Hampshire, ii. 264.
tor), his work at Chatsworth, iii.
Cibber, Colley, his Character and Con-