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Professorship of Modern History, Gray Queen's College, founded by Margaret

would not ask for it, not choosing of Anjou, i. 95.
to be refused, iii. 21.

added to by Elizabeth, Queen of
Gray's name suggested to Lord Bute Edward IV., i. 95.
but refused, iii. 136-137.

Queen's Hermitage, The, of Matthew
conferred on Lawrence Brockett, in Green, ii. 222.

succession to Shallet Turner, iii. Queensberry, Duchess of, her quarrel

with Duchess of Marlborough, ii.
MS. note of Gray relative to Dela-

val's candidature, iii. 140.

condemns by advertisement a spuri-
Gray succeeds Brockett, iii. 318.

ous edition of the last seven
Progress of Poesy, The, i. 27.

years of Earl Clarendon's Life,
editorial note on, i. 28.

and notifies her early issue of his
its composition delayed by a remark biography, ii. 372.
of Mason, ii. 111.

friend of Pope and protector of Gay,
submitted to Dr. Wharton, ii. 260. ii. 372.
aversion to its separate publication, her eccentricities, ii. 372.
ii. 262.

Quinault, Jeanne Françoise, French
Pronunciation, variation between the actress, ii. 23.

time of Gray and of Lydgate, i. 393. Quintilius Varus, his Piscina
Propertius, translations from, i. viii., Tivoli, ii. 74.

printed from original MS., i. 144.
sent by Gray to R. West, ii. 111. RABY CASTLE, Leland's Account of, iii.
influence of the style of Scaliger on, 294-295.
ii. 112.

Racine's Britannicus, quotation from,
Prophecy (see The Bard), fragment sent ii. 167.
to Stonehewer, ii. 268.

and reference to, ii, 233.
Prose as well as verse should have its Radnor, Lord, Gray advises Wharton
rhythm, i. 314.

to see the house of, ii. 253.
Prose, Gray's posthumous, i. xiv. Ramsay, Mr., Gray's tenant in Corn-
Provençal poetry, i. 367.

hill, iii. 208.
Prowse, Mr., refused the post office, Ramsden, Mr., optician, iii. 373.
iii. 256.

Ramsgate, account of, and Sir. E.
Prussia, King of, see Frederick.

Brydges's anecdote of Gray at, iii.
Public life, obligations incumbent on 263.

one desiring to attain position in, Ranby, Mr. (King's Surgeon), Duke of
ii. 88.

Cumberland sends for and then
Puisieux, Marquis de, his house at countermands the attendance of,
Sillery, i. 239.

ii. 321.
Pulpit, Gray's opinion of oratory in, Randall, Dr. John, and the Installation
since the Revolution, iii. 81.

Ode, i. 92.
Pulteney, Earl Nugent's Ode to, ii. 220. composed the music for the Ode, iii.
Puppet-Show, Rappresentazione d'un' 343.
anima dannata, ii. 44.

Ranelagh Gardens, non-success, ii. 125.
the Italian, the reigning diversion, reference to, ii. 134.
iii. 356.

Raphaël, his vision of Ezekiel, i. 42.
Purt, Rev. Robert, M.A., i. 85.

figure of God in the vision of Ezekiel
Puttenham's Art of Poetry, quotation furnished Gray with a model for
from, i. 329.

his Bard, ii. 313.
his influence on Sir Thomas Wyatt Rapin, Nicholas, French writer, re-
and Lord Surrey, i. 334.

ference to, i. 341.
mistaken as to Riding Ryme, i. 335-337. Ratcliffe, Mr., brother to Earl of Der.

wentwater, his execution, ii, 168.

Reed, Isaac, his note concerning the
QUEBEC, compared to Richmond Hill, quarrel between Gray and Walpole,
iii. 34.

ii. 124.
siege of, by the French, iii. 44-45. Reinholt, Charles Frederick, popular
alarm concerning, conduct of General bass singer, sung in the Installation
Murray, iii. 51.

Ode, iii. 343.

Religion of Nature Delineated, by Wol- Table showing the period of the in.
laston, i. 290).

troduction of rhyme into various
Rhyine, Observations on the use of, countries, i. 371.
i. 376-380.

ovençals believed to have bor-
examples of the most ancient rhymes rowed the art of rhyme from the
in our tongue, i. 376-379.

Latin rather than from the Arabs
children erlucated at St. Gall in or Franks, i. 371-373.

10th century taught to write Latin first appearance of rhyming verses
rhyme, i. 379.

in Latin epitaphs, etc., i. 372.
opinion of the rhyming epitaphs Latin rhyme, i. 373.
at Canterbury, i. 379 380.

Leonine verse, i. 373; its supposed
Additional observations from the origin, i. 373-375.
Cambri of Gray, i. 381-386.

Leonimetes rhyme, i. 374.
ancient names of the Welch, i. 381. Rima alla Provenzale, or verse-rhyrn-
prosodia of the Welch grammar the ing in the middle in place of the
finest in any language, i. 381.

end, i. 373.
harmony of the Druidical compo- Rhyme of Bernard of Cluny in his
tions, i. 381

poem De Contemptu Mundi, i. 374.
“Secret of the Poets " i. 382-383.

probability of the English borrow- instance of mixture of different

ing their rhyme froin the Britons, languages in old composition, i.
i. 383-385.

suggestion that the Franks obtained Ricciarelli, announced to sing the

their rhyme from this country,i.385. Stabat Mater of Pergolesi, ii. 282.
rhymie preserved by the common description of his powers, ii. 282.
people, i. 386.

Richardson, Jonathan, the elder, the
Rhyming, greater facility of the ancient painter, iii. 81.
poets for, i. 395.

Gray sits to him for his portrait, iii.81.
Rhythmus, Observations on the Pseu. Richmond and Derby, Countess of,
do-, i. 361-375.

mother of Henry VII., foundress
ancient rhyme of the Emperor of St. John's College, i. 96.
Adrian, i. 361.

Margaret, portrait of, i. 310.
ancient rhyme of the Welch, i. 361. Richmond, Dr. Richard, Bishop of
Anglo-Saxon rhyme, its harmony Soder and Man, chaplain to the

consisting in alliteration, i. 362. Duke of Athol, iii. 257.
Anglo-Saxon rhyme, its harmony Ridley, Mr., contributes to Dodsley's

similarly practised by the Danes, Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 221.
i. 362.

Ridlington, Dr., Professor of Civil
Anglo-Saxon and the Franco-Theo- Law, his recovery from dropsy,

tische languages originally the iii. 188-189.
same, i. 364.

gone to Nice, iii. 208.
earliest extant Romaun or old French notes on, iii. 208, 254.
verses, i. 364.

Rigby, Gloster, with Duke of Bedford
earliest Provençal writers, i. 364. in Cambridge, ii. 309, 311.
earliest Sicilian poets, i. 365.

escape of, from an Irish inob, iii. 26.
earliest English rhyme, i. 365.

likely to be one of a new ininistry,
German rhyme the oldest extant, i. iii. 153.

to move the expulsion of Wilkes,
Walafrid Strabo and his contem- iii. 332.

porary writers call themselves Bar- Rinuccini, Marquis, visits London, ii.
bari, i. 365.

period of Provençal poetry, i. 367 Rivett, Nicholas, his work among the
period of Sicilian poetry, 367.

Antiquities of Athens, ii. 283.
late retention of the old Saxon or Robbery, liability in London to, iii. 14.

Danish verse without rhyme, i. 368. Roberts, Mr., of the Pell Office, relates
Language of the Gauls, i. 369.

the cause of the quarrel between
the various dialects of the Romann, Gray and Walpole, ii. 124.

Rustica, Romana, Provençal, Va- Roberts, Rev. Mr., translated and pub-
lonne, and the Langue Romande, i. lished Gray's Elege in Latin, i.


2 c

Roberts's, Gray asks Mason to procure Roman Senate, Chapman's Essay on the
him lodgings at, ii. 251, 284.

ii. 163.
Robertson, Dr. William, author of Life Romances, purpose of, i. 338.

of Charles V., Gray sups with him, Romans, foundation of their religion,
iii. 209.

ii. 173.
History of Mary Stuart and her Son, Ronsard's Art of Poetry, reference to,
ii. 396.

i. 333.
Robinson, Rev. Wm., Impromptu on Roper, Mr., his opinion of The Odes,

Lord Holland's house, written by ii. 330.
Gray at his rectory of Denton, i. Ross, John, Bishop of Exeter, ii. 193.

his Epistles of Tully, ii. 193.
at Cambridge, ii. 163.

Ross, Mr., of Cambridge, reference to,
biographical note on, iii. 15.

ii. 232-233.
Gray makes a list of wild plants Ross, Mr., murder of, iii. 339.

native to the neighbourhood of Ross, Dr., obtains the living of Frome,
Denton, iii. 15.

iii. 32.
his marriage to Miss Richardson, iii. Gray remembers his kind invitation
57, 63.

and in better days hopes to accept
proceeds to Naples for his honey. it, iii. 161.
moon, iii, 57.

his contentment, iii. 161.
Gray hopes to see him in many new said to be made Dean of Ely,iii. 335,337.
lights, iii. 161.

succeeds Dr. Law as prebend of Dur-
Gray hopes to be better known to ham, iii. 338.
Mrs. Robinson, iii. 162.

Rousseau, his characters do not inter-
visited by Gray at Denton, iii. 237, est Gray, ii. 329.

Gray has not seen, ii, 389.
description of Mrs. Robinson, iii. 265. his Nouvelle Heloise, Walter Savage
Robinson of Faseley, his house in Killie- Landoron, iii. 79; Mason and
crankie Pass, iii. 218.

Hurd admire it, iii. 83.
Rochefort, unsuccessful expedition on, everybody that has children should
ii. 342.

read his Emile, iii. 151.
Rodney, Admiral, his bombardment of Gray sets his religious discourses at
Havre, ii. 402.

nought, iii. 152.
Roger, Archbishop of York, founder resides near Neufchâtel, iii. 174.

of St. Sepulchre's Chapel, iii. 140- publishes at the Hague and realises

considerable sums, iii. 174.
Rogers, Jonathan, uncle to Gray, Ode venerated by the people of his dis-

to Spring written at his house, trict, iii, 174.
i. 2.

his Lettres de la Montagne, except the
his funeral, i. 72.

Contrat Social, of the dullest, iii.
Rogers, Mrs. Jonathan, receives 187-188, 192.

paralytic stroke, ii. 245, 250. in Derbyshire with Mr. Davenport,
her illness, ii. 366, 377, 381.

iii. 243.
recovers her speech after years of quarrels with David Hume, iii. 243.
unintelligibleness, ii. 382.

quits England, iii. 271.
her death, ii. 383.

writes letters to the Lord Chancellor
reference to, ii. 185.

and Mr. Conway, iii. 271.
Rogers, Samuel, gave eighteen guineas Voltaire's Guerre de Geneve a satire

for a letter of Gray's from the on, iii 271.
Bindley and Reed collections, ii. Rovezzano, Beneditto da, painter and

architect, i. 320.
Roi, Histoire du Cabinet du, by Buffon Rowe, Mrs., letters of the dead to the
and D’Aubenton, ii. 199.

living, ii. 6.
Rolfe, Mr. Wm.J., of Cambridge, Mass., Rowe, Nicholas, poet laureate, his
i. xvii.

flowers of eloquence, ii. 167.
Rolle, Mr., contributes to Dodsley's reference to, i. 345.

Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 221. origin of his ballad of Colin's Com.
Romaine, Archbishop of York, built plaint, ii. 367.

north transept of York Minster, Rowley, Mr., insulted by an Irish
iii. 146.

mob, iii. 26.

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Royal family, their frequent visits in St. Sepulchre's Chapel, York Minster
society, iii. 89.

Gray's attempt to identify its site
Royston, Lord (second Earl of Hard iii. 140-144.

wick), his State Papers, iii. 6. Salisbury music-meetings, reference
Russia, Account of, by Lord Whitworth, to, iii. 343.

printed at Walpole's Twickenham Sandby, Paul, R.A., exhibits at the
press, ii. 373.

first exhibition of artists, iii. 65.
MS. purchased from Mr. Zolman's biographical note, iii. 65.

library and given by R. O. Cam preparing a great picture of Snowdon.
bridge, Esq., ii. 373.

iii. 65, 68.
Rutherford, Dr. Thomas, mathema- Sandwich, John, Earl of, squib on, i.
tician, ii. 163.

candidate for the Mastership of St. his remark to Cradock on Gray's
John's, iii. 190.

aversion to himself, i. 131.
Rutherford, Mrs., her opinion of his boyish days, ii, 115.
Mason's Elegy V., iii. 139.

and the High Stewardship of Cam-

bridge, iii. 168.

Dr. Brook, Mr. Brockett, and Dr.
SACKVILLE, Lord George, his conduct Long, his agents, iij. 168-171.
at Minden, iii. 8.

hires a scribbler to write a weekly
arrival in England, anticipates paper, the Scrutator, iii. 171.
court-martial, iii. 14.

whatever seems against him is popu-
reference to, iii, 25.

lar, iii. 201.
Law-officers declare him amenable to engages the Bishop of Chester's in-
court-martial, iii. 28.

terest, iii. 201.
his trial and demeanour: the result, joint postmaster, iii. 294.
iii. 31, 34, 35.

Sangallo, Bastiano Aristotile da, paint-
Sade, Abbé, his Petrarch, iii. 235.

er, i. 320.
St. Andre, Dr. Nathaniel, who married Sapphic Ode, i. 174-176.

Lady Betty Molyneux, resides at Sardinian Ambassador's chapel and
Southampton, iii. 175-176.

stables in Lincoln's Inn Fields
St. Augustine, hymn of, its rhyme, i. burnt, iii. 22.

marriage of his son to Miss Speed,
St. Bruno, his retirement at Char iii. 83.
treuse, ii. 36, 45.

Satire upon the Heads; or never a barrel
St. Cecilia's Day, remarks on Dryden's the better herring, i. 134.
i. 36.

editorial note on, i. 134.
Dryden's Ode compared with Pope's, Satyrical prints, their popularity, circa
i. 36.

1746, ii. 134.
St. Cloit, Pierre de, his joint poem of Saxe-Gotha, Princess of, reference to,
La Vie d'Alexandre, i. 357.

iii. 70.
St. Francis, his early attempt to write Saxon Architecture, see Architecture.

an ode without rhyme, i. 344. Sayer, Mr., elder brother of Mr. Pal-
St. Germain, Count, ex-French general, grave, reference to, iii. 284.

his visit to England, iii. 50-51. Scaliger, Julius Cæsar, The Propertius
St. Giles, broad, reference to, iii. 4.

of Gray influenced by the writings
St. Helen's, Fitzherbert, Lord, his of, ii. 112.

recollections of Gray and the great Sceptic, a professed, can only be
respect held for the poet at the guided by his present passions, iii.
university, iii. 385.

a pensioner of St. John's College, iii. Schaub, Lady, i. 82.

School mistress, Wm. Shenstone's poem
biographical note of, iii. 385.

of the, ii. 219.
St John's College, Cambridge, founded Scotch, Character of the, lost piece by

by the Countess of Richmond, i. Gray, i. 142.
96; her portrait in, i. 310.

Scotland, Gray about to accompany
portraits in library, i. 310-311.

Lord Strathmore and Thomas
St. Margaret, Life of, its age and style, Lyon to, iii. 208.
i. 357.

journey from Hetton to Glamis, iii.
quotation from, i. 366.


Scotland, considers its scenery sub- Secretary of State, changes in 1766,
lime, iii. 219.

iii. 237.
returned charmed with the High- Sedgwick, Mr., secretary to Aune,
lands, iii. 223.

Countess of Dorset, i. 279.
Italy can hardly excel its scenery, Selby, Bell, her dream of Mason, ii.
iii. 223.

Gray will certainly go again, iii. Selwyn, George, present at the execu-

tion of Lord Lovat, ii. 142.
a country that gave him much plea-Senesino, nicknames of certain Italian
sure, iii. 279.

singers, ii. 65.
Gray's first visit to, iv. 343.

Senhouse, Mr., and his acoustic warm.
MS. of his journey in the possession ing-pan, ii. 295.

of Mr. John Morris, iv. 342. Sestine, ascribed to Arnauld Daniel,
reference to places mentioned by ii. 350.
Gray in :-

Settle, Elkanah, poet laureate, ii. 345.
Arbroath, visit to, iii. 219.

Seven Years' War, the, fear of a French
Blair of Athol, proposes to visit, invasion, iii. 3.
iii. 220.

Prince Ferdinand defeats Contades
Braidalbane's, Lord, description of at Minden, iii. 7.
his estate, iii. 216-217.

conduct of Lord G. Sackville, iii. 8.
Dunkeld, its ruined cathedral, iii. Prussian victory over General

Harsch, iii. 9.
house of Duke of Athol, where expectation of an action between
Gray stayed, iii. 215.

the fleets, iii. 18.
road from, to Inverness, beauty victory of Admiral Hawke, iii. 22, 23.
of, iii. 218.

fear of invasion dispelled, iii. 23.
Edinburgh, visit to the principal proposed great expedition to France,
sights, iii. 209.

iii. 66.
dreads it and the itch, iii. 219. secret expedition, iii. 68.
Fingal, tomb of, iii. 216.

pamphlet against Mr. Manduit, iii. 91.
Forfar, Lord Strathmore engaged treaty of peace, iii, 137.

in draining the lake of, by Sextus V., built dome of St. Peter's,
widening the little river ii. 79.
Deane, iii. 212.

his obelisk in the great area, ii. 80.
Glames, town built of stone and Seward, Thomas, contributes to Dods.
slated, iii. 211.

ley's Miscellaneous Poems, ii. 227.
castle, its position, approach, Shaftesbury, Lord, how the third earl
etc., iii. 210-213.

came to be a philosopher, ii. 375.
its nurseries, iii. 213.

Shakespeare, creator of poetic lan-
Killiecrankie, Pass of, iii. 218.

guage, ii. 108.
Mr. Robinson's house at foot of, beauty of his language, ii. 109.
iii. 218.

Shakespeare Verses, by Gray, i. 132.
Loch Tay, beauties of, iii. 216. editorial note, i. 132.
Megill, story of Queen Wanders Sharp, Mr., travels into Italy, iii. 256.
buried there, iii. 214.

Shaw, Dr., his work on Architecture,
Perth, stay at, iii. 210.

ii. 255,
Strathmore, valley of, iii. 210. Shelburne, Earl of, likely to join the
Strath-Tay, beauty of, iii. 215.

new ministry, iii. 153.
Tay, the, iii. 210, 214, 215, 216. Shenstone, William, his poem of The
Taymouth or Balloch, scenery in Schoolmistress, ii. 219.
neighbourhood, iii. 215.

admires the Odes of Gray, ii. 327, 331.
Tummell, the, iii. 217, 218.

his contribution to Dodsley's Collec-
Wade's, Marshal, road, iii. 218. tion of Poems, ii, 364.
Scripture Vindicated, by Dr. Waterland, his Letters, Gray's opinion of them
ii. 215.

and the author, iii. 344.
replied to by Dr. Middleton, ii. 215. Shepherd, Miss, reference to, ii. 290.
Seba, Albertus, his Locupletissimi Rerum Sheridan, Mr., advertisement of his
Naturalium Thesauri, iii. 203.

lecture on elocution, iii. 124.
Secker, Bishop, his conduct as a court. Sherlock, Bishop of London, reference
ier, iii. 71.

to, iii. 125.

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