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Letter from Italy. Addison, 338.
On himself, when in a consumption, Dr. Sewell, 345.
Epistle to his friends. West, 372.
The Bastard. Savage, 374.
Verses, written after seeing Windsor Castle. T. War-
ton, sen., 395.
The Castle of Indolence, Canto I. Thomson, 403.
Verses written in an inn. A. Hill, 425.
From the Prophecy of Famine.
Lochleven. Bruce, 477.
From A Monody to the Memory of his Wife. Shaw, 510.
The Deserted Village. The same, 530.
The Reptile and Insect World. Brooke, 567.
Death of Irad, and the lamentation of Selima over
Extracts from Judah Restored. Dr. Roberts, 628–633.
On the Loss of the Royal George. The same, 681.
DONNE (Dr. John), notice of, lxvi, 124.
Specimens of his heroic verse with rhyme.
DOUGLAS (Gawain), his Translation of the Æneid, xlviii.
Dowsabel, a ballad. Drayton, 118.
Drake (Sir Francis), description of. Fitzgeffrey, 142.
From The Maid's Tragedy. Beaumont and Fletcher.
Fromthe playof Blurt, Master-Constable. The same,139.
From The Honest Whore. Dekker, 161.
From Vittoria Corombona. Webster, 162.
From The Great Duke of Florence. The same, 179.
From The Brothers, lxxix.
From the tragedy of Philaster.
From The Scornful Lady. The same, 91.
From The Maid of the Mill.
The same, 91.
From the tragedy of Rollo. The same, 93.
From A King and No King. The same, 98-99.
From The Roaring Girl. The same, 138-139.
Fortune giving Fortunatus his choice of goods.
From the Duchess of Malfi. Webster, 163, 165.
From the comedy of A New Wonder. Rowley, 168.
From The Fatal Dowry. Massinger and Field, 180.
From The Fatal Contract. Heminge, 212.
From the tragedy of The Cardinal. Shirley, 215–218.
From The Grateful Servant. The same, 219.
From The City Match. Mayne, 253.
From The Masque of Comus. Milton, 260-264.
From The Orphan. Otway, 282.
From Venice Preserved. The same, 284.
From Theodosius; or, The Force of Love. Lee, 302.
From The Mourning Bride. Congreve, 346.
From The Gentle Shepherd. Allan Ramsay, 439.
DRAMATIC PIECES, continued.
Fragment of the tragedy of Agrippina. Gray, 508.
After Shakspeare, and during the reign of James I.
Dramatic Unities, remarks on, lxii.
Sonnets by, 195–196.
His conversations with Jonson, 144-145.
Critical remarks on his works, lxxxiii-lxxxv.
Passage borrowed from, by Goldsmith, 534.
His contradictory criticisms, &c., 699.
The question considered, how far Milton was indebted
Dulcina, a tale. Sir W. Raleigh, 78.
DUNBAR (William), notices of, xlviii, 17, 18-22.
Specimen of his poems, 22-24.
DWIGHT (Timothy), specimens of, 616–618.
Specimen of, 435.
EDWARDS (Richard), specimens of his poetry, 34.
On the Death of Addison. Tickell, 367.
On the sorrow of an ingenuous mind, on the melan-
The Tears of Old May-day. Lovibond, 542.
Ellis (George), his view of the rise of our language com-
England's Helicon, extract from, 61.
English Language, formation of, xxx.
Commencement of, xxxi.
English Poetry, state of, in the twelfth century, xxxv.
In the thirteenth century, xxxvi.
In the fourteenth century, xxxviii.
In the fifteenth century, xlv.
In the end of the fifteenth and beginning of the six-
During the sixteenth century, 1.
During the seventeenth century, lxxii.
During the former part of the eighteenth century,
On his return from Spain. Sir T. Wyat, 28.
Quocunque modo rem. The same, 639.
On Elizabeth, L. H. Ben Jonson, 147.
On the Countess of Pembroke. The same, 149.
On Lady Mary Villiers. Carew, 155.
On sauntering Jack and idle Joan. Prior, 341.
ETHEREGE (George), notice of, 299.
Tempestuous, ode on. John Scott, 570.
Fancy and Desire. Vere, 66.
Related by a Beau to Esop. Vanbrugh, 346.
Fairy Queen, extracts from. Spenser, 47-57.
Fairy, the court of, described. Drayton, 109–115.
FALCONER (William), notice of, 480.
Specimens of, 481-488.
Fancy, ode to. J. Warton, 667.
FANSHAWE (Sir Richard), specimen of the poetry of, 2
His version of the Lusiad, 610.
Specimen of, 349.
FERGUSSON (Robert), notice of, 519.
Specimen of, 519.
FIELD (Nathaniel), specimen of, 159.
Assisted Massinger in The Fatal Dowry, 180, nete.
FLETCHER (John), plan of, and strictures on his Island
See BEAUMONT (Francis).
FORD (John), critical notices of, lxxvii, 166.
Specimens of, 166-168.
France, journey to, described. Bishop Corbet, 135-
Specimens of his poems, 38-39.
On the versification of Chaucer, lii.
Specimens of his poems, 351-357.
Enjoyments of, in collecting its stores for com
Geoffrey of Monmouth's history, character of, XXX.
On Skelton, 1.
On a passage in Shakspeare, lviii.
GLOVER (Richard), notice of, 588-590; alluded to,
JAGO (Richard), specimens of, 564-565.
James I., King of England, lxxii.
JONSON (Ben), account of, 142–146.
Specimens of his poetry, 146-153.
Critical remarks on him as a dramatist, Ixiii.
Justice addressing the Creator. Giles Fletcher, 82.
Langetoft (Peter de), notice of, xxxviii, note.
Specimens of, 552-561.
LANGLANDE (Robert), a poet of the fourteenth century,
notice of, xliii.
Character of the poems ascribed to him, xliv.
Language, English, influence of the Norman Conquest
LANSDOWNE (George, Lord), song by, 358.
Lawyer's Farewell to his Muse. Sir W. Blackstone, 563.
Leonidas, extracts from. Glover, 590-598.
L'ESTRANGE (Sir Roger), poem ascribed to, 210.
Leven Water, ode to. Smollett, 514.
Specimens of, 362–367.
LLOYD (Robert), notice of, 461.
Specimens of his poetry, 461.
Lockhart (J. G.), note by, upon Scott's Sir Tristrem, xl.
Dryden's adaptations of Chaucer, lxxxvi.
His Life of Burns, 553-643.
LODGE (Dr. Thomas), notice of, 85.
Specimens of his poems, 85-86.
LOGAN (John), notice of, lxv. 603.
Love-song of the thirteenth century, specimen of, xxxvii.
Requited with disdain. W. Hunnis, 34.
Servile lot of. Southwell, 43.
A nymph's disdain of. Sir W. Raleigh, 77.
Mediocrity in, rejected. The same, 154.
Young, address to. Marvell, 267.
L'Amour Timide. Sir J. H. Moore, 564.
Lover, complaint of. Sir T. Wyat, 28.
Suit to his unkind mistress. The same, 29.
Request for comfort, affirming his constancy. Rich.
Arraignment of one. Gascoigne, 38.
Reflections of, on his mistress's girdle. Waller, 290.
Dialogue between two. Logan, 604.
LOVELACE (Richard), notice of, 208.
Specimens of his poems, 209.
Mankind, ode to. Earl Nugent, 607.
Mannyng (Robert), commonly called De Brunne, xxxvii.
Specimen of his poetry, 42.
MARSTON (John), notice of, lxvi. 126.
Specimens of his poetry, 126-130.
Critical remarks on his productions, lxxii.
Mason (Mrs.), epitaph on. Mason, 661.
Specimen of, 197.
MAYNE (Jasper), specimens of, 253.
Meldrum (Squyre), description and adventures of. Sir
Memory, ode to. Shenstone, 452.
MENNIS (Sir John and James Smith), specimen of, 252.
Brightening the rainbow. The same, 82.
MESTON (William), notice of, 192.
Specimen of, 392-394.
Metaphysical Poets. Davies and Brooke, lxx.
Specimens of his poems, 136-140.
Specimens of, 258-265.
How far he was indebted to Sylvester's translation of
To Evening. Collins, 430.
On the popular superstitions of the Highlands of
Scotland. The same, 430.
The Discovery. Moore, 434.
To a Great Number of Great Men, newly made.
On Rural Elegance. Shenstone, 451.
To Memory. The same, 452.
On an Eagle confined in a college court. Smart, 503.
To Leven Water. Smollett, 514.
To Independence. The same, 514.
vine Will. Harte, 541.
To a Singing Bird. Richardson, 550.
On hearing the Drum. Scott, 570.
On Privateering. The same, 570.
The Tempestuous Evening. The same, 570.
To the Cuckoo. Logan, 604.
To William Pulteney, Esq. Earl Nugent, 606.
To Mankind. The same, 607.
The Crusade. The same, 623.
The Grave of King Arthur. The same, 624.
To Aurora. Blacklock, 627.
In imitation of Alcæus. Sir W. Jones, 637.
His imitations of Chaucer, 5.
Hill's lines upon, 425.
POPE (Dr. Walter), notice of, 322.
Specimen of, 322.
Posterity, Sonnet to. Fitzgeffrey, 142.
PRESTON'S Tragedy of Cambyses, notice of, lviii.
Prior (James), his Life of Goldsmith, referred to, 522-526.
On the Language of Layamon, xxxvi, note.
On some of Mr. Campbell's criticisms, xlviii, note.
To Coriolanus. Lyttelton, 518.
Spoken at Drury-Lane. Johnson, 578.
LXVIII. Sandys, 185.