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Palgrave, Rev. William, his return, iii. | Pattinson, see Mrs. Forster.

Pausanias, a tragedy, by R. West, ii. 103.
visits Glamis and Newby, iii. 256- Payne, Mrs., a friend of Dr. T. Whar-
257, 258.

ton's, ii. 359.
going to Ranelagh and the opera, iii. Pearce, Zachary, Bishop of Rochester,

his confusion at coronation of
connections of his family, iii. 284. George III., iii. 113.
his elder brother, who took the name note on, iii. 113.

of Sayer, dangerously ill, iii. 284. Peck, Fellow of Trinity College, iii. 324.
the strange casualties of his house- Peele, Theophilus, of Cambridge, refer-
hold, iii. 382.

ence to, ii. 155.
Palma, old, remarks on his skill as a interests himself on behalf of C.
painter, ii. 389.

Smart, ii. 178.
Pamfilio, Prince, his palace at Rome, settlement of his dispute with Dr.
ii. 97.

Long, ii. 188.
Pandore, description of its representa- Pembroke and Montgomery, Epitaph
tion, ii. 21.

on Anne, Countess of, i. 278.
Panmure, Lord, reference to, and Tom MS. sketch of her life by her Secre-
Lyon, iii. 257.

tary, i. 279.
Paoli, P., Gray's high opinion of, iii. Pembroke College, founded by Mary

de Valentia, i. 95 ; ii. 280.
Paper from silk rags, iii. 40.

possesses MS. of Ode on the Spring,
Paraphrases from Petrarca, by Gray, i. i. 2 ; Ode on the death of a favourite

194; from Anthologia Græca, i. Cat, i. 10; Distant Prospect of Eton

College, i. 16 ; Hymn to Adversity, i.
Paris, Alexandre de, his poem of the 24; The Fatal Sisters, i, 52; Elegy
Roman d'Alexandre, i. 357.

written in a Churchyard, i, 72; A
Paris, Dr. Ayrton, relates the manner Long Story, i. 82 : Sonnet on the

in which the College of Surgeons death of Richard West, i. 110 ; by

obtained Hunter's Museum, ii. 68. Stonehewer of Gray's Pleasures
Park Place, near Henley, residence of from Vicissitude, i. 123 ; A Song, i.

General Conway and Lady Ailes- 138.
bury, ii. 42.

The Bard, finished at, i. 40.
Parker, Mr., lord of the manor of comic lines written at, i. 138.
Ingleton, i. 275.

facetious description of the settle-
Parmegiano's picture of Moses fur- ment of a dispute at, ii. 188.

nishes a model for Gray's Bard, ii. Gray becomes a resident of, ii. 279.

Gray's description of, iii. 150.
Parnell Remains, the dunghill of Irish Pembroke, Henry, Earl of, deserts his
Grub Street, ii. 372.

wife and elopes with Kitty Hunter,
Parody on an epitaph, i. 140.

iii. 132.
editorial note on, i. 140.

Penn, Mr., his residence at Stoke, i. 83.
Parrs, chapel of the, in Kendal church, Perch, receipt to dress, i. 263-264.
i. 269.

Peregrine Pickle, Smollett's, ii. 214.
Parry, John, blind harper, his concert Pergolesé, Giambattista, his songs, ii.

inspired Gray to finish the Bard, 133.
i. 40.

Ricciarelli sings his Stabat Mater, ii.
visits Cambridge, ii. 312.

father of John Parry, A.R.A., ii. 312. reference to his airs, iii. 157.
Parthenay, Des Roches de, his trans- Gray has a mass of his compositions,

lation of Norden's Travels in all divinity, iii. 163.
Egypt, ii. 194.

Gray's admiration of his composi-
Pasquier, reference to his Recherches, i. tions, iii. 164.
332, 341.

his Salve Regina performed at the
Passerat, French poet, reference to, i. Haymarket, 1740, iii. 164.

Walpole's error that Gray introduced
Patrizii, Count, great ball given at his works, iii. 164.
Rome by, ii. 84.

Perrot, Lord, and the Assizes, iii. 281.
Patterson, Mrs., friend of Dr. T. Whar- Peru, natural history of, in Spanish,
ton's, ii. 359.

ii. 195.

Pescetti, Giambattista, operatic com- | Pitt, the elder, complains of the in-
poser, ii. 133.

glorious peace, iii. 137.
Peterborough, visited by Gray, ii. 366. styled by Count Algarotti “Resitu-
Peterborough, Lord, story of his bar- tor d'Inghilterre,” iii. 151.

gaining for a canary in Pall Mall, inclination to injure his fame, iii. 167.
ii. 100-101.

report that he lies dangerously ill,
Peterhouse College, The Bard com- iii. 203.
menced at, i. 40.

“when he is gone, all is gone,” iii. 203.
Hymn to Ignorance, written at, i. 111. speaks for three and a half hours on
use of iron bar in Gray's window at, the rights of the colonies, iii. 234.
ii. 277.

Gray laments his acceptance of a
Gray quits it for Pembroke College, peerage, iii. 243.
ii. 279.

breach with Lord Temple, iii. 243.
humorous description of its quad- his restored popularity, iii. 246.
rangle, ii. 14.

everything is in Lord Chatham's
Petrarch, L'Abbé de Sade Mémoires breast, iii. 255.

pour la vie de François Petrarque, mending slowly in health, iii. 270.

Gray has been reading, iii. 236. Pitt, J. (Lord Camelford), his story
Peyriere, Baronne de la, iii. 127.

of Lady M. Wortley Montagu, iii.
“Ministress at London," iii. 236.

become a Catholic, iii. 236.

Pitt, Thomas, afterwards Lord Camel.
her pets, iii. 236.

ford; did he write Melpomene ?
Phelps, Mr., about to issue an account ii. 338.
of Sicily, iii. 85.

proposes to meet Mr. Palgrave at
Philips and Smith, reference to, ap- Glamis, ii. 378.

pearing in the same volume, i. 212. about to marry Miss Wilkinson and
Philosophe Marié, the comedy of, i. 23. £30,000, iii. 406.
Philosopher, endowments necessary to Pitt, Mr. (the little), goes with Lord
form a, iii. 361.

Kinnoul by sea round Spain to
Philosophic Dictionary of Voltaire, Italy, iii. 27.
reference to, iii. 187.

his return, iii. 85.
Philosophy, Gray's vindication of, ii. his letter to Gray on his travels, iii.98.

Pitt, Mrs. Anne, receives a pension of
Philosophy of Lord Bolingbroke, Essay £500 a year, iii. 78.
on the, i. 286.

Plato, notes on, iv.
published on Mason's authority, i. Play exercise at Eton, i. 163-165.

printed from Stonehewer collection,
influence of Conyers Middleton ap- i. 163.
parent in, i. 286.

Pleasures of Imagination, criticism of,
Piazza, Hieronimo Bartolomeo, Gray's ii. 120-121.
Italian master, ii. 3.

Plummer, Mr., reference to, ii, 239.
Pictures, first exhibition of, iii. 65. Plumptre, Dr. Robert, sits for his por-
Pilkington, Mrs. Lætitia, and Cibber, trait to Benj. Wilson, iii. 16.
ii. 169.

biographical note, iii. 16.
her memoirs, ii. 169.

Pocock, Dr. Richard, Bishop of Ossory
Pinkerton, John, his forgery of the and Meath, reference to, iii. 2.

second part of Hardicanute, con- Poems, statement of the source of the

fessed in the Maitland Poems, iii. 46. present text, i. xiii.-xiv.
Pitt, the elder, afterwards Earl of Gray agrees to the Glasgow edition

Chatham, paymaster of the forces, in deference to Dr. Beattie, iii. 285-
his dismissal, ii. 273.

Secretary of State, ii. 292.

Poésies, Gresset's, ii. 186.
ill of the gout, ii. 292.

Poetic license, Gray advocates, i. 397.
sold his inestimable diamond for a Poetical Rondeau attributed to Gray,
peerage, iii. 84.

i. 208.
his popularity tottering, iii. 91. Poet laureate, Gray's opinion of the
and the Spanish quarrel, iii. 116.

office, ii. 344-345.
publication of his negotiations with hitherto humbled the professor, ii.345.
the French, iii. 122.

Poets, a fig for those who have not
his resignation, iji. 123.

been among the mountains, iii. 223.

Poetry, reference to Puttenham's Art Porto Bello, capitulation of, ii. 70.
of, i. 329, 330, 331.

Portraits, Gray considers it strange
reference to Ronsard's Art of, i. 332. that they should be preferred to
Poetry, the language of the age never contemporary descriptions, iii. 24.
the language of, ii. 108.

Portsdown Hills, description of the
possesses a language peculiar to it- view from the, ii. 265.
self, ii. 108.

Portugal, King of, seizes conspirators
use of the Strophe and Anti-strophe, at Lisbon, ii. 392.
ii. 263.

and Tavora family, ii. 392-396.
the Lyric style in contrast to the Post-chaises in France, description of
Epic, ii. 304-305.

(1739), ii. 17.
nature of the Lyric, ii. 352-353. Posthumous Poems, i. 99-142.
Gray's faculty by no means volun- editorial note on, i. 100.

tary, but the result of a certain note on, i. 142.

disposition of mind, ii. 366. Potter, Archbishop, his proviso, ii. 240.
Gray does not know a Scotchman of Pottinger, Richard, reference to, iii.

his own period who could read, 41.
much less write, iii. 56.

Pouilly, Mons. Levesque de, i. 239.
what its production implies, iii. 156. Powell, William Samuel, Master of St.
Gray once contemplated a history of John's College, his candidature,
English; sketch of his design, iii.

iii. 190.

has the Duke of Newcastle's support,
Poland, King of, and the King of iii. 191.
Prussia, ii. 291.

note on, iii. 190.
commissions Count Algarotti to pur- Powis, Lord, has 100 copies of the Life
chase pictures, iii. 307.

of Lord Herbert of Cherbury, iii.
Political affairs, Gray ashamed of his 173.
country, iii. 166.

Prayer, Treatise on, ii. 217.
nation in the same hands as the uni- Prendergast, Sir Thomas, insulted by
versity, iii. 172.

an Irish mob, iii. 26.
resembles first years of Charles I.'s Pretender, The, James Edward (Le
time, iii. 172.

Chevalier St. George), ii. 68.
reference to, iii. 204.

English correspondence pass through
condition of, in March, 1766, iii. 233- his hands before leaving Rome, ii.

Polymetis, by Joseph Spence, ii. 170. and his family present at a ball
Pompey's villa, ii. 78.

given by Count Patrizii, ii. 76-85.
Pompey the Little, history of; or, The and the Grand Chancellorship at

Life and Adventures of a Lap Dog, Rome, ii. 94.
ii. 214.

his relations with English society in
Pond, Mr., frontispieces supplied by, Rome, ii. 187.
i. 212.

Prevost Abbé, Antoine François,
Ponsonby, William, Lord, his son, iii.57. d'Exiles, ii. 21.
Pope, Alexander, his Ode on St. Cécilia's biographical note on, ii. 21.

Day compared with Dryden's, i. 36. Price, Mr., glass painter of Hatton
his license of language in poetry, ii. Gardeu, iii. 102.

worked at the windows of West-
his defence by Warburton, ii. 131. minster Abbey, iii. 102.
Odyssey, Essay on, by J. Spence, ii. 170. Pricket, Dr. Marmaduke, death of, ii.
Duchess of Queensberry his friend, 244.
ii. 372.

Pride a sign of folly, ii. 246.
Pope Benedict XIV., his election, de Prince of Wales to have £40,000 a

scription of his person, ii. 93, 98. year (1756), ii. 290.
Pope Clement XII., death of, i. 63. Prince Edward £5000 a year, ii. 290.
Porte, Memoires de M. de la, Gray re- Pringle, Dr. Sir J., medical adviser
commends, ii. 291.

of H. Walpole and Dr. J. Brown,
Portia, Cardinal, death of, ii. 84.

iii. 250.
Portland, William, second Duke of, his attends the Prince of Wales, iii. 256.

eldest daughter marries Lord Wey- Pritchard, Mrs., and Delap's Hecuba,
mouth, ii. 395.

iii. 128.

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, iji. 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. of Gray relative to Dela- 133.
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 at
Propertius, translations froin, 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,

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, iji.
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
Rhyme, Observations on the use of, countries, i. 371.
i. 376-380.

Provençals 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 educated 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-rhym-
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

poein 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 from 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.
rhyme preserved by the coinmon 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 ministry,
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 Romaun, Gray and Walpole, ii. 124.

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



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