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Cumberland, R., his verses on the Dayrolles, Mr., his daughter elopes
death of Frederick, Prince of Wales, with Leonidas Glover's son, ii. 354.
his relation with Mr. Stanhope at the
Hague, ii. 354.
Pleas, iii. 390.
De Guerchy and the Chevalier D'Eon,
De Honestis Veterum Dictis by Marcellus
sador at the Hague, iii. 50. De la Lande's Voyage through Italy, 8
his Mélanges de Littérature et de Delap, Dr., referred to by Gray, ii. 309.
author of Hecuba and The Captives,
biographical note, ii. 309.
a comment should be written on
leaves Mason's curacy, ii. 368.
his Hecuba and Mrs. Pritchard, iii. 128.
of their marriage, iii. 186.
Delaval, Edward, his tuition, ii. 155.
romances to the French, i. 365. a Fellow-Commoner, ii. 203.
ference to, and biographical note, Society, iii. 137.
his skill in playing water-glasses, iii.
his illness, iii. 335.
of Frederick, Prince of Wales, ii. references to, iii. 122, 137, 186.
Delaval, Sir Francis Blake, asks the
Roi, commended by Gray, ii. 199. Delaval, iii. 140.
affair, iii. 256.
excelled, ii. 282.
and Dr. T. Wharton, iii. 243. Denmark, Mallet's Introduction to the
History of, ii. 352.
references to, iii. 327, 330.
Graiana, the gift of Mr. Mathias, posed to be his portrait, iii. 227.
and De Guerchy, iii. 181.
poem of Gray's, see Cogitandi, ii.
De Quincey's invective against Gras- Doncaster, aspect of the country near,
trait by Occleve in the book, i. 305. Dorset, Ann, Countess of, Gray's ex-
tist, his comedy of Philosophe Marié, broke, i. 140.
MS. sketch of her life by Mr. Sedg-
wick, i. 279.
misfortunes of Lord G. Sackville,
Douaniers, dragons of Turin, ii. 43.
ing coronation of George Ill., iii. logue to the 8th Æneid, i. 341.
Dovedale and the Peak, visited by Gray
lader, i. 70.
to the Dawson - Turner MSS. of Druidis, Commentatio de, by Frickius,
Drummond, appointed Archbishop of
Cambridge induces him to decline, Drury Lane Theatre, Dr. Johnson's
the honorary degree of, ii. 219-220. Dryden, John, compared with Cowley,
written in a Country Churchyard, his license of language in poetry, in-
stances of, ii. 108.
Poems, including Gray, ii. 219. his poems recommended by Gray to
Odes for insertion in the Miscel- Duclos's Memoires, reference to, ii. 291.
laneous Poems, ii. 226, 364. Dufresne, Abraham Alexis Quinault, a
Dunbar, Lord, in attendance on The
Jenyns work on Evil, ii, 310. Dunciad, The New, Gray's opinion of,
disposed of, out of the 2000 ? ii. Duncombe, Harry, friend of Rev. Nor-
ton Nicholls, iii. 240.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, ii. 354.
Durham, Dr. Richard Trevor, Bishop
porary with the Glasgow edition Dr. Joseph Butler, Bishop of, ii. 241.
fever in, ii. 245.
one of 1500 copies and one of 750, D'Urry's edition of Chaucer's works, i.
table of ancient authors, ii. 158. Chastleton, i. 306.
Dutch, probable settlement with, and Elegy, text of the first edition, i. 219-223.
Pembroke text, i, 227-232.
satirical criticism by Professor
advertisement to Dodsley's first
edition, i. 217.
subinitted to H. Walpole, ii. 209.
to print it, ii. 210.
lication, ii. 210-211.
printed by Dodsley, with a preface
by H. Walpole, ii. 211.
errors of the text, ii. 213.
design by Bentley for, ii. 234; en-
graved by J. S. Müller and Charles
drawings offered for sale in 1882,
translation, iii. 128.
213; iii. 148.
Elisi, singer and actor, illness of, iii. 77.
personal appearance, iii. 80.
Elizabeth, Queen, her deportment on
receiving Dzialinski of Poland, i. 49.
Murdin, ii. 396.
Emanuel College, portraits in, i. 309-
Emile, Rousseau's, Gray's praise of, iii.
his part in the coronation of George Encyclopedia, see French.
English language too diffuse, ii. 111.
tion in Italy and France, those of
Entail, The, a fable by H. Walpole, ii.
Enthusiast, The, by J. Warton, ii. 121.
Epigrain on the company at Cambridge
authority on Latin rhyme, i. 379. Epitaph on a Child, i. viii. 126.
coronation of George III., iii. 113.
H. Walpole at Florence, ii. 54. testimony in favour of their authen-
Mason. Gray requests it for criti- Gray charmed with two specimens of,
enquires of Walpole if the authors
text of the edition of 1768, i. 71-80. are to be had, iii. 45.
Erse Poems, Gray obtains from Scot- Exhibition of pictures for the first
land, and reviews a third speci- time, ii. 65.
Eyres, Mr., reference to, iii. 319.
but Gray is much exercised as to
their authenticity, iii. 51-52. FABIAN, Alderman, extract from the
Prologue to his Chronicle, i. 330.
genuineness, cites persons who be in Ottley Church, i. 280.
lieve in their antiquity, iii. 59, 65. Fall of Princes, see Lydgate.
pherson to recover further frag. 22, 57; iii. so.
Farnham, Lord, insulted by an Irish
Fashion of the country, the custom
and dress of the previous genera-
paraphrase of“ Darradar Liod," i. 52.
Catalogue of Poets, i. 364.
an appointinent for Gray, iii. 72, Franks was largely borrowed by
other nations, i. 368.
Favonius, see West, Richard.
Fellow-Commoners of Cambridge, their
tinction, i. 405.
M. Capel, his sister, ii. 274. Fénel, Abbé, his Religion and Opinions
of the Times, by Rev. J. Brown, its Ferdinand, Prince, preparing for a
battle in Westphalia, ii. 402.
his reward for Minden, iii. 27.
Ferguson, Adam, his Essay on the His-
tory of Civil Society, Gray's opinion
to attend the Duke of Cumberland, Ferrers, Lord, his trial, iii. 35.
Mason and Stonehewer present, iii.
references to, iii. 199, 200, 245, burning of his cell during his trial,
of Gray, iii. 49.
tion from relative to locality of the Fielding, Henry, Gray's opinion of
Joseph Andrews, ii. 107.
Finch, E., appointed surveyor of roads,
Fischer's concert, and Gugnani, iii. 317.
Fisher, Bishop, supposed portrait in Foulis, Glasgow publisher of Gray's
Poems, iii. 285-287.
from amputation of his leg, iii. 272. lisher, iii. 290, 325.
or the Greek Historians, iii. 346.
various Subjects, by William Mel- Gray wishes to subscribe, iii. 346.
visited by Gray in Glasgow, iv. 343.
Fountayne, Dean, reference to, iii. 82,
ii. 328, 331.
broke College, iii. 328.
Frampton, Thomas, Fellow of St.
the Earl of Sandwich, iii. 190.
ences to, ii. 353, 370, 371; iii. 45, 50, France, Abrégé Chronologique de l'Hist.
de, by President Henault, ii. 201.
the highways, iii. 384.
history, which is a "jewell of a Gray's Journal in, i. ix. 237-246.
Gray gives detailed advice to the Rev.
Mr. Palgrave as to the places he
feat of Sigurd, Earl of Orkney, i. 54. Account of Gray's journey through,
references by Gray to towns, etc.,
Abbeville, its description, ii. 18.
Annecy, the residence of the exiled
Bishop of Geneva, i. 245.
country round, i. 242.
try, ii. 31.
united to crown of France, ii. 32.
cousin), returns from India, ii. 201. Cenis, Mount, description of, ii.
41-42, 46, 59.
Châlons-sur-Marne, i. 239.
Grande, its picturesque situa-
tion on a mountain near Echel-
les, i. 244.
reference to, ii. 36-37.