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QUARLES (Francis), notice of, 187.
Extract from, 703.
Quin, character of. Churchill, 457.
RALEIGH (Sir Walter), notice of, lxvi, 76.
RAMSAY (Allan), notices of, 437, 45.
Ramsay (Allan), the Painter, whimsical Poem by, 437, note.
Extracts from, 132-134.
Rape of the Lock. Pope, 376-382.
Rastell, an early Moral Play by, lvii.
Reason, described. Sir F. Greville, 104.
Influence of. T. Scott, 521.
Reformation, influence of, on the literature of England,
Retirement, an ode. T. Warton, 394.
Religion, address to. Sylvester, 79.
Rhyme, whether of Anglo-Saxon, or Anglo-Norman
Richard II. the morning before his murder. Daniel, 80.
RICHARDSON (—), specimen of, 550.
Riddle on the puritans. Anon. 186.
Rinaldo in the enchanted wood. Fairfax, 120.
ROBERT DE BRUNNE, an early English poet, notice of,
Character and style of his productions, xxxix.
ROBERT of Gloucester, character of the poetry of, xxxvii.
Robert (Duke of Normandy), description of. Niccols, 140.
Specimen of, 628-633.
ROCHESTER (John Wilmot, Earl of), notice and specimens
ROLLE (Richard), a poet of the fourteenth century, notice
Romances, early English, probable date of, xl.
Rosamond, the death of, described. May, 197.
Rows (Nicholas), specimens of, 332-334; his influence on
Specimens of his Poems, 123, 124,
Specimens of, 168-170.
Royal George, verses on the loss of the. Cowper, 681.
Sonnets by, 603.
SACKVILLE (Thomas, Baron Buckhurst, and Earl of Dor-
Specimen of his poetry, 36, 37.
Critical observations on it, liii.
And on his tragedy of Gorboduc, lvii.
A Meditation. Sir H. Wotton, 158.
An Emblem. The same, 188.
SACRED POEMS, continued.
Cupio Dissolvi. Habington, 200.
Early Rising and Prayer. Vaughan, 305.
The Rainbow. The same, 306.
The Wreath. (To the Redeemer.) The same, 306.
A Night-piece on Death. Parnell, 327.
Piety, or the Vision. The same, 330.
Samson bewailing his captivity and blindness. Milton,
Speeches of his Father and of the Chorus, on hearing
Specimens of, 185, 186.
Extracts from, 702.
Sappho, translations of. A. Philips, 412, 413.
Extracts from various. Bp. Hall, 69–71.
The Man of Taste. Bramston, 389-392,
The Love of Praise. Young, 472.
Propensity of man to false and fantastic joys. The
The Wedded Wit. The same, 473.
The Astronomical Lady. The same, 473.
The Languid Lady. The same, 473.
The Swearer. The same, 473.
On Nash's picture at full length, between the busts
Satire, probable date of in the English language, xxxvi.
The Thales of Johnson's London, 572, note.
Saxon language, observations on the changes of, xxix,
Saxon Chronicle, xxix.
Schlegel on the unities of the drama, lxii.
Scholar, despair of a poor one, described. Nash, 65.
Scotland, the Tears of. Smollett, 513.
SCOTT (John), notice of, 569.
SCOTT (Thomas), specimen of, 521.
Scott (Sir Walter), Notes by :-
His edition of Sir Tristrem, xl, xli.
Dryden's Virgil, lxxxiv.
An erroneous opinion formed of Milton by, 258,
SCOTTISH POETS, general observations on, 16-18.
SHADWELL (Thomas), specimen of, 305.
Character of, by Dryden, 366.
Shaftesbury (Lord), character of. Dryden, 306.
Observations on as a dramatist, lx, Ixi.
Character of, by Dryden, lxvi.
Epitaph on. Milton, 258.
SHAW (Cuthbert), notice of, 510.
Specimen of, 510.
SHENSTONE (William), notice of, 446.
Specimens of his Poems, 447–453.
Resolution. The same, 249.
Sheridan, character of. Churchill, 457.
Shipwreck, The, extracts from. Falconer, 481-488.
Extracts from, 215-230.
Critical observations on them, lxxvii-lxxix.
Address to. Sir P. Sydney, 41.
SMOLLETT (Dr. Tobias), notice of, 512, 695.
Solitude. Cowley, 238.
Ode to. Grainger, 477.
Somerset (Earl of), verses on his falling from the favour of
James I. Sir H. Wotton, 158.
SOMERVILE (William), specimen of, 371.
Dr. Donne, 125.
Ben Jonson, 146-148.
N. Field, 159.
Sir J. Suckling, 181.
W. Browne, 189, 190.
Bp. King, 250.
Milton, 258, 262, 264.
E. of Rochester, 268,
T. Brown, 315, 315.
Lord Lansdowne, 358.
Sir J. H. Moore, 564.
Soul's, the, Errand. Anon. lxv. 57.
Lodge, 85, 86.
Greville (L. Brooke), 105.
In what manner united to the body. The same, 102.
On the pre-existence of. Dr. More, 297-299.
SOUTHWELL (Robert), notice of, 43.
SPENSER (Edmund), critical notice of, 45-47.
Specimen of his poems, 47-57.
Observations on his genius, versification, and diction,
Why not universally popular, lvi.
STORER (Thomas), 66.
On Sir W. Jones, 637.
A passage in Pope,
Origin of Romance,
Earl of Surrey, 33.
Elegy on. Bruce, 476.
Steevens (George), his preference of Watson's sonnets to
Shakspeare's accounted for, 44 note.
STEPHENSON (John Hall), specimens of, 599, 600.
STEPNEY (George), specimen of, 317.
STERLINE (William Alexander, Earl of), notice of, lxiii, 158.
Sternhold and Hopkins, observations on, liii.
STEVENS (George Alexander), notice of, 571.
Specimen of, 571.
STILL (John), Bishop of Bath and Wells, "Gammer Gur-
Specimens of his poems, 66, 67.
Strafford (Lord), on the life and death of. Sir John Den-
SUCKLING (Sir John), notice of, 181.
Specimens of, 181-183.
SURREY (Earl of). See HowARD.
SWIFT (Dr. Jonathan), specimens of, 383-389.
SYDNEY (Sir Philip), notice of, 40.
His life, poetry put into action, liv.
Specimen of his poems, 79.
Inquiry how far Milton was indebted to his transla-
His right to the Soul's Errand, 57.
Prologue to the Canterbury Tales. Chaucer, 6.
VANBRUGH (Sir John), notice of, 345.
Vanity of Human Knowledge. Sir J. Davies, 100.
Of the World, farewell to. Sir H. Wotton, 157.
Specimens of his poems, 33.
Poem by, 705.
Wit, nature of. Cowley, 237.
WITHER (George), notice of, lxvi, 247, 248,
Specimens of, 248-250.
Wolsey (Cardinal), verses on.
Storer, 66, 67.
Wordsworth (William), note by, on Dryden's genius,
On Dryden and Pope's descriptive powers, lxxxix.
Yardley Oak, description of. Cowper, 681.
Specimens of his poems, 467-473.
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