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John of Padua, architect of Somerset Kent, William, the architect, his de
sign at Esher, ii, 253.
description of the county.
Visited Ramsgate, Margate, Sand.
and Hythe, iii. 240, 241-2.
mer (1768) in, iii. 320.
Keys, see Caius.
in his Travels through Germany,
the murder of her father, iii. 35-36. Killaloe, Bishop of, insulted by the
Néricault Destouches, ii. 23. Kilmarnock, Lord, his trial, ii. 139.
references to, 17, 83, 87, 173, ii. 220.
King's College, Cambridge, founded by
Kingston's Light Horse refused ad-
Kinnoul, see Viscount Dupplin.
and Genoa, iii. 27.
weather and condition of the crops iii. 30.
Kirke, Miss, executrix of Dr. New-
come, iii. 189.
Knight, Dr. Gowin, M.D., principal
librarian of British Museuin, iii.
of, ii. 26, 57.
Knowles, Mr., elected Fellow of Pem-
Stonehewer, ii. 193, 195.
Jenyns, ii. 214.
work at Chatsworth, iii. 136.
asthma to part from Gray, when
Lakes, Gilpin's Tour to the, i. 279.
Journal, iii. 350.
references to places mentioned by
Gray in :-
of Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. about, with the river Eden, i. 250.
reference to, i. 140.
Spedding, i. 262.
Lakes, Journal in the, references to Lakes, Journal in the, references to
places mentioned by Gray in :- places mentioned by Gray in :
Parrs, Stricklands, and Belling.
and Lancaster from, i. 270, 271. Keswick, botany might be studied
its Gothic gateway, i. 271.
Levens, the seat of Lord Suffolk, i.
Lune, valley of, i. 274.
Ottley, description of, i. 280.
Fairfax monuments in the church
Penigant, view of, i. 278.
Penrith, view from the Beacon-hill
visited by Gray and Dr. Wharton,
Hill, i. 251.
Ridale-head, i. 267.
Sea Whaite, i. 257.
Seven Mile Sands, near Lancaster, i.
their danger and story of a fatal
Sheffield, its pleasant situation, i. 134.
Shode-bank Hill, steep road over, i,
o r.Huddleston, i. 251. Thirlmere, called also Leathes Water
or Wythburn-Water, description
of, i. 264, 265.
acquired by Manchester as a reser-
voir, i. 264.
hill of DunmaĪlert, i. 251.
Lakes, Journal in the, references to Leicester House, the political arrange.
places mentioned by Gray in :- ments of, ii. 290.
Church, ii, 257.
buried there, ii. 257.
the Amatory Lines, i. 137.
Wythburn Water, see Thirlmere. Joseph Wharton, i. 137.
Lenox-love or Lithinton, seat of Lord
Lent, account of a Florentine, ii. 64.
Latin verse, i. 373.
at election-times, ii. 249.
de R***, by Crébillon fils, ii. 27.
count Fitzmaurice created, iii. 76.
Life, Gray's references to his health,
confined at Florence with inflam.
his house of Lithinton or Lenox in a good easy sort of state but oc.
casionally depressed, ii. 113-114.
ference between living in this
Peter's College, Cambridge, in suc- calls himself a solitary of six years'
standing, ii. 154.
his mind unable to keep him cheer-
is listless, old, vexed, and perplexed,
diverting himself for a month in
ances, then returns to his cell, ii,
suffers from gout or rheumatism, ii.
uses soap prescribed by Dr. Whar-
depressed in mind, ii. 285, 321, 371.
held by young Mr. Byron, now is better and more capable of amuse
on, i. viii.
Life, Gray's references to his :- Life, Gray's references to his :-
ments, partly with satisfaction, ter, jii. 401.
“the gout is gone,” but “spirits
Lighting of the chandeliers at George
Lincoln, Lord, Gray visits him near
around him with ennui and de- newly made plantations, ii. 370.
Lisbon, Voltaire's poem on the earth.
wholly unpleasant to himself, iii. 1. Lisburne, Lord, reference to, iii. 241.
ator between hinn and Mr. Temple,
abode, whilst he will never have Gray's opinion of the disagreement,
Lloyd, Robert, published a Latin trans-
night” wears out his spirits, iii. 128.
author with G. Colman of two Odes
shall stay this month or two, iii. 124. 128.
after three years' intermission, iii. Churchill, iii. 128.
Lloyd, Miss, player on musical glasses,
ingness of my history, iii. 150. Lloyd's Evening Post, G. Colman con.
finding pleasure," which after all reference to, iii. 123.
Locke, John, his Essay on the Human
cipiis Cogitandi, i. 185, 193.
deceive my solitary days,” ii, 164. leges, i. 309.
which has now grown almost con- 191, 199.
Lok, the evil being, i. 65.
London, Dr. Samuel Johnson's poem
lished by the, i. 72.
possibly end in blindness, iii. 186. all persons under thirty find amuse-
heat in 1769 than ever he did in in Ireland, iii. 403.
Long, Dr. Roger, Master of Pembroke
his verses on the death of Frederick,
lake districts in seventeen days, iii. takes Mr. Delaval under his tuition,
Rev. J. Brown, ii. 188.
Long, Dr. Roger, introduces Mr. Bed - Lyon, Thomas, biographical note on,
destroyed by fire, iii. 301.
Gray breakfasts with him and Lady
to present a lyricord and a glass references to, iii. 101, 238.
sphere to the king, iii. 152-153. Lyon, references to the story of the, ii.
election for high steward, iii. 168. Lyttleton, Mr., Gray's opinion of, ii.220.
refers to an Elegy by, ii. 225.
Lyttleton, Lord George, his Monody on
his Monody parodied in Peregrine
Pickle, and his character portrayed
as “Gosling Scrag,” ii. 214.
ship of Modern History, and a his dialogues of the dead, iii. 42.
Lyttleton, Sir Richard, reference to,
to purchase him one, ii. 370, 376. MACAULAY, Mrs., Mr. Pitt made her a
panegyric iu the House, iii. 238.
Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. 119. Mackay, Major, testimony in favour of
Mackenzie, Mrs., grossly insults Mr.
Hogarth's caricature of, ii. 146. Mackfarline, the Laird of, testimony in
Macklin, his farce of Love-a-la-Mode,
copy, iii. 29.
support of the Erse poems, iii. 311.
tion of Ossian's Poems, their publi-
Fellows of St. John's College, bio- Magazine of Magazines, its editor re-
fused permission to publish Gray's
Elegy, i. 72.
publishes the Elegy, i. 72.
references to its publication of the
the House of Commons, iii. 338. Maggett, Captain,and Lord Lovat, ii.142.
Mahomet Second, a tragedy, ii. 22.
her confidante, ii. 291.
reference to, ii. 287.
ten Earl Nugent's Ode, ii, 220.