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Fable of the Bees, quoted, ii. 253-261. Gaimar, Geffroy, 132.
Fables, Dryden's Dedication of his, ii. Gamner Gurton's Needle, 473-475.
116.

Garrick, David, ii. 310.
Fabyan, Robert, 396.

Garth, Sir Samuel, ii 269.
Fairfax, Edward, 576.

Gascoigne, George, 486.
Fairy Queen, quoted, 531-546.

Gascoigne, William, ii. 146.
Falconer, William, ii. 306.

Gast, Luc du, 142, 143.
Fame, House of, quoted, 302–312.

Gay, John, ii. 262.
Fancy Concert, The, quoted, ii. 534-536. Geddes, Dr.

, ii. 451.
Fanshawe, Sir Richard, 576.

Gemmeticensis, Willelmus, 97.
Farquhar, George, ii. 274.

Geneva Print, ii. 79.
Fatamites, Royal Library of the, 69. Geoffrey of Dunstable, 70, 130.
Feltham, Owen, ii. 75.

Geoffrey of Monmouth, 89, 104.
Female Genius, ii. 558.

Geology, ii. 138.
Female Writers, ii. 312.

Georgian Age, the last, ii. 455, 542.
Fenton, Elijahı, ii. 279.

Gerard, John, ii. 150.
Ferguson, Dr. Adam, ii. 360.

Gervase of Canterbury, 110.
Ferguson, James, ii. 365.

Gibbon, Edward, ii. 357, 561.
Ferrers, George, 462.

Gifford, William, ii. 403, 409.
Ferrex and Porrex, Tragedy of, 478. Gilbert, Dr. William, inventor of artifi
Fethy, ii. 290.

cial magnets, ii. 138.
Fielding, Henry, ii. 295.

Gildas, 27.
Finnesburh, Battle of, 58.

Gillies, Dr. John, ii. 448, 449.
Flamsteed, John, ii. 181.

Giraldus Cambrensis, 88, 89, 106.
Flemings, Rhymes of, 196.

Glanvil, Ranulph de, 115.
Flemyng, ii. 290.

Glisson, Dr. Francis, ii. 150.
Fletcher, Giles, ii. 17.

Gloucester, Robert of, 236.
Fletcher, John, 600; ii. 12, 14, 119. Glover, Richard, ii. 287.
Fletcher, Phineas, ii. 17.

Godfrey, Prior, 70.
Florence of Worcester, 98, 100.

Godfrey, Thomas, ii. 363.
Foote, Samuel, ii. 310.

Godolphin, Sidney, Earl of, ii. 114.
Ford, John, 606.

Godric, St., verses by, 195.
Fordun, John, 175.

Godwin, William, ii. 447, 451, 544.
Foreign elements in our present litera- , Goldsmith, Oliver, ii. 300, 305, 310, 317.
ture, ii. 559.

Gorboduc, Tragedy of, 478-481.
Foreign influences, ii. 24.

Gosson, Stephen, 498.
Forojuliensis, vide Titus Livius.

Gothic, Germanic, or Teutonic tongues
Fortescue, Sir John, 397.

25.
Foster, ii. 544.

Gough, Richard, ii. 448.
Fountain, The, a Conversation, quoted, Gower, John, 328.
ii. 460–462.

Graal, vide Saint Greal.
Four Masters, Annals of the, 35.

Grafton, Richard, 620.
Fox, ii. 544.

Grahame, J., ii. 538.
France, Prediction of Revolution in, ii. Granger, Rev. James, ii. 360
128, 129.

Grant, Mrs., ii. 541.
Francis, Sir Philip, ii. 321.

Gray, Stephen, ii. 366.
Franklin, Benjamin, ii. 366.

Gray, Thomas, ii. 181.
French Language in England, 116, 180. Greal, vide Saint Greal.
French Language in Scotland, 138. Greathead, Bertie, ii. 403.
French Literature in England, 153, Greaves, John, ii. 147.
180.

Greek Civilization and Language, 161.
French, mingling of, with English, 191. Greek, Study of Latin and, 176.
French School of Poetry, ii. 24, 117. Greeks, the, 23.
Frere, J. H., ii. 539.

Green, Matthew, ii: 275.
Fresne, Şimon du, 147.

Greene, Robert, 468, 489, 493, 498.
Froissart, Jean, 188.

Gregory, David, ii. 178.
Fuller, Thos., ii. 65-75.

Gregory, James, ii. 178.
Fust, or Faust, John, 379, 380.

Gresham, Sir Thomas, ii. 147.
Grew, Nehemiahı, ii. 183.
Grimbald, 44.
Grimoald, Nicholas, 480.

Gris, vide Willy Grice.

Henryson, Robert, 409.
Grostête, or Grosthead, Bishop, 165, 184, Herbert, Edward Lord, 620.
185.

Herbert, George, ii. 19.
Grote, ii. 557.

Herbert, W., ii. 538.
Guernes de Pont Sainte Maxence, 146. Here Prophecy, 196.
Guest, Mr., on vowel endings, 288 et seq. Her eyes are wild, quoted, ii. 465–467.
Guichard de Beaulieu, 110.

Herman, Bishop, 70.
Guldevord, 225.

Herman, religious poet, 147.
Gunter, Edmund, ii. 146.

Herrick, Robert, ii. 19.
Gutenberg, John, 380.

Herschel, Sir William, ii. 545.
Hexameter Verse, English, 501-505.
Hexham, John of, 103.

Hexham, Richard of, 103.
H.

Heywood, Jasper, 485.

Heywood, John, 455, 469.
Haak, Theodore, ii. 157..

Heywood, Thomas, 598.
Hadley, John, ii. 363.

Higden, Ranulph, 175, 362.
Hagustaldensis, vide Hexham.

Higgins, John, 463.
Hailes, Lord, vide Dalrymple, Sir D. Highmore, Dr. Nathaniel, ii. 150.
Hales, Alexander de, 163.

Hill, Aaron, ii. 283.
Hales, John, ii. 63.

Hill, Thomas, ii. 142.
Hales, Stephen, ii. 183.

Historical Works of the 13th and 14th
Half-Centuries from Sweyn to John, 151. Centuries, 171.
Halifax, George Savile Marquis of, ii. Historical Writers, 618; ii. 355.
114.

Hoadly, Dr. Benjamin, ii. 310.
Hall, Edward, 620.

Hobbes (or Hobbs), Thomas, ii. 114, 123,
Hall, Joseph, 568, 612; ii. 61.

163, 175.
Hall, Robert, ii. 514.

Hogg, J., ii. 539.
Hailam, Henry, ii. 544.

Holcroft, Thomas, ii. 447.
Halley, Edmund, ii. 361.

Holinshed, Raphael, 620.
Hammond, James, ii. 282.

Holland, Phileinon, ii. 71.
Hampole, vide Rolle.

Holland, Sir John or Richard, 409.
Handy Book, an ignorant innovation, 289. Holman, Joseph George, ii. 447.
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, ii. 451.

Holwell, John Zephaniah, ii. 360.
Harding, John, 395.

Holy and Profane State, quoted, ii. 72-
Hard Words, 487.

74.
Harington, Sir John, 575.

Home, Anne, vide Hunter.
Harrington, Sir James, ii. 82, 126.

Home, Henry (Lord Kames), ii. 354, 360
Harriot, Thomas, ii. 145.

Home, John, ii. 310.
Harris, James, ii. 449.

Homer, Henry, ii. 449.
Harry, Blind, 410-414.

Hood, Thomas, ii. 556.
Hartley, David, ii. 354.

Hood's Staff, ii. 142.
Harvey, Dr. Gideon, ii. 151.

Hooke, Robert, ii. 173.
Harvey, Dr. William, ii. 127, 148. Hooker, Richard, 612.
Harvey, Gabriel, 500.

Horn, Roman du Roi, 144, 185.
Hatton, Christopher, 485.

Horne Childe, 144.
Haughton, William, 597.

Horrocks, Samuel, ii. 145.
Hauvill, John, 89.

Horsley, Samuel, ii. 451, 544.
Havelok le Danois, 186.

Hoveden, vide Roger.
Hawes, Stephen, 449.

Howard, Lord William, 98.
llawkesworth, Dr. John, ii. 316.

Howel Dha, 36.
Hawksbee, Francis, ii. 365.

Hugh of Rutland, 147.
Hayley, William, ii. 415.

Hume, Alexander, ii., 289.
Hazlitt, William, ii. 544.

Hume, David, ii. 351, 355-357, 358, 360
Heber, Bishop, ii. 538.

Hunt, Leigh, ii. 531-536, 544.
Hebrew and other Oriental languages, Hunter, Mrs., ii. 540.
Study of, 176.

Huntingdon, vide Henry.
Hemans, Mrs., ii. 541.

Hutcheson, Dr. Francis, ii. 354.
Hemingford, Walter, 174.

Hutton, Charles and James, ii. 368.
Henry Beauclerc, 128.

Hutton, Dr. Charles, ii. 167.
Henry, Dr. Robert, ii. 359.
Henry of Huntingdon, 89, 107.
Henry the Minstrel, vide Harry.

I.

Landon, L. E., ii. 541.

Landor, W. S., ii. 417, 540.
Imitation in writing, ii. 559, 564. Lanercost, Chronicle of, 175.
Inchbald, Mrs. Elizabeth (Simpson), ii. Lanfranc, 70, 72, 79.
447.

Langland, Robert or William, 246.
Ingulphus, 46, 92.

Langtoft, Peter de, 187.
Innovating tendencies of our present lit. Langton, Cardinal, 148.
erature, ii. 562.

Language, a Natural Product, 22.
Intimations of Mortality, quoted, ii. 485- Language as connected with Writing, 21,
487.

22.
Ireland, William Henry, ii. 407.

Language, Dependence of, on Literature,
Irish literature, 32.

160.
Irlandia, John de, 445.

Language, Proper and Representative,
Irving, ii. 544.

22.
Iscanus, or Joseph of Exeter, 89.

Language, Spoken and Written, 22.
Iter Boreale, quoted, ii. 22–24.

Languages, National, 23.
Languages, Native, 23.

Languages of Modern Europe, 23.
J.

Langue d'Oc, vide Oc.

Laodamia, quoted, ii. 468-473.
Jacobite Minstrelsy, ii. 291.

Latimer, Bishop, 438; quotation from a
James I. of England, 609; ii. 290.

Sermon of, 439-411.
James I. of Scotland, 405.

Latin and Greek, Study of, 176, 416,
James V. of Scotland, 408.

620; ii. 85.
Jeffrey, ii. 544.

Latin Civilization and Language, 161.
Jenyns, Soame, ii. 316.

Latin Language, 87, 88.
Joannes Grammaticus, 89.

Latin Literature, early, in Britain, 26.
Jocelin, vide Brakelonda.

Latin Poets of Anglo-Norman Period, 89.
John, King, death of, 150.

Lawrence, Prior of Durham, 89.
Johnson, Samuel, ii. 316, 323-328, 369, Law Treatises, 115.
451.

Layamon, Brut of, 198-211.
Jones, Sir William, ii. 414, 448.

Lee, Nathaniel, ii. 119, 186.
Jonson, Ben, 603; ii. 20, 37, 38.

Lee, Sophia, ii. 313.
Journalism, ii. 566.

Legends, Metrical, 225.
Judith, 58.

Leighton, Archbishop, ii. 132, 289.
Jumieges, vide Gemmeticensis.

Leland, Thomas, ii. 359.
Junius, Letters of, ii. 320-324.

Lennox, Charlotte (Ramsay), Mrs., ii.

313.

Leslie, Sir John, ii. 545.
K.

Letters, Swift's, quoted. ii. 231, 233-237.

Lewis, M. G., ii. 416, 539.
Kames, Lord, vide Home, H.

Leyden jar, discovery of, ii. 366.
Keats, John, ii. 527-531, 536, 556; Elegy Leyden, John, 415; ii. 538.
on, quoted, ii. 536.

Lingard, ii. 514.
Kelly, Hugh, ii. 317.

Lister, Dr. Martin, ii. 184.
King, Swift's Eulogy on Archbishop, Literature and Civilization, 23; ii. 547.
quoted, ii. 238, 239.

Literature and Language, their relations,
Kinwelmarsh, Francis, 486.

22, 23.
Knight, Richard Payne, ii. 415.

Literature and Learning in the 15th cen.
Knolles, Richard, 619.

tury, 371-377.
Knyghton, Henry de, 175.

Literature, Definition of, 23.
Kyd, Thomas, 492.

Literature, dependence of, on political

and social circumstances, 161; ii. 547,

548.
L.

Literature, effect produced upon, by fe-

male writers, ii. 559.
Laid, for Lay, ii. 106.

Literature, its relation to Writing, 22.
Laing, Malcolm, ii. 359.

Literature of the present or Victorian
Lake School, ii. 455, 497.

Age, ii. 546-567.
Lalla Rookh, quoted, ii. 516-518.

Literature of the 18th century, ii. 446-
Lamb, Charles, ii. 478, 537, 543, 544, 452.
554.

Livius, vide Titus.
Land of Cokayne, 225.

Lloyd, Charles, ii. 478, 537.

:

cer, 299.

Llywarch, Hen, 37.

Mason, William, ii. 307, 410.
Lock, vide Rape of the Ik.

Massinger, Philip, 605.
Locke, John, ii. 201-202

Mathematical Studies, 164.
Lodge, Thomas, 468, 493, 497.

Mathematicians of the 14th century, 166.
London Magazine, ii. 554.

Mathematicians of the 17th century, ii,
Lorris, William of, 298; translated by 145.
Chaucer, 299.

Mathias, Thomas James, ii. 408.
Love, quoted, ii. 481-483.

Matilda of Scotland, 128.
Love, Hope, and Patience, in Education, Matthew of Westminster, 99.
quoted, ii. 496.

Matthew Paris, 172.
Lovelace, Richard, ii, 27.

Maturin, Robert C., ii. 544.
Loves of the Plants, The, quoted, ii. 392, Mechanics, ii. 136.
393, 397, 398.

Medical and Natural Science of 17th
Loves of the Triangles, The, quoted, ii.

century, ii. 183.
398, 399.

Medicine and Surgery of 14th century,
Lower, Richard, ii. 150.

168.
Lydgate, John, 403.

Medicine, Hippocratic method of, reviv-
Lyly, John, 491, 495.

ed, ii. 137.
Lyndsay, Sir David, 457.

Melun, Robert of, 77.
Lyttelton, George Lord, ii. 316, 358. Merlin, Ambrose, 37.

Merry, Robert, ii. 403.
M.

Metalogicus of John of Salisbury, quoted,

81, 83.
Mabinogion, 37.

Metaphysical and Ethical Writers of
Macaulay, Lord, ii. 557, 561, 565.

18th century, ii. 353.
Macaulay, or Graham, Catherine (Saw. Metrical Romances, vide Romances.
bridge), Mrs., ii. 314.

Meun, John of, 298, translated by Chau-
MacCulinan, vide Cormac.
Mackenzie, Henry, ii. 318.

Microcosmography, ii. 77-79.
Mackenzie, Sir George, ii. 189, 288. Middleton, Thomas, 596.
Mackintosh, Sir James, ii. 544.

Milbourne, Rev. William, ii. 146.
Macklin, Charles, ii. 310.

Mill, James, ii. 544.
MacKnight, Dr. James, ii. 451.

Miller, Lady, ii. 402.
Maciaurin, Colin, ii. 364.

Milman, H., ii. 540, 543.
M'Neill, H., ii. 538.

Milton, Poetry of, ii. 88-97, 119.
Macpherson, David, ii. 451.

Milton's Prose Works, ii. 61.
Macpherson, James, ii. 309, 359.

Mineralogy, ii. 138.
Macvicar, Anne, vide Grant.

Minot, Lawrence, 240-245.
Maildulf, 29, 38.

Miracle Plays, or Mysteries, 467, 468.
Maitland, John, ii. 290.

Mirror for Magistrates, 461; quotations
Maitland, Sir Richard, ii. 289.

from, 464-467.
Majesty in Misery, quoted, ii. 60, 61. Misogonus, 475.
Maldon, Battle of, 58.

Mitford, Mary Russell, ii. 541.
Malmesbury, vide William.

Mitford, William, ii. 448, 544.
Malone, Edmund, ii. 408, 451.

Mixed English, vide Third English.
Malory, Sir Thomas, 399.

Mesogothic, 51.
Malthus, Rev. Thomas Robert, ii. 452. Moffat, ii. 290.
Mandevil, Sir John, 355 ; quotations Monastic Registers, 114.
from, 355-861.

Monboddo (James Burnett), Lord, it
Mandeville, Bernard, ii. 252-261, 354. 449.
Mannyng, or de Brunne, vide Brunne. Monmouth, vide Geoffrey.
Mapes, Walter, 89, 142, 143.

Monro, Alexander, ii. 183.
Marie de France, 128, 184.

Monstrelet, Enguerrand de, 394.
Marlow, Christopher, 490.

Montagu, Elizabeth (Robinson), Mrs., ii.
Marmion, battle-scene in, quoted, ii. 503-

314.
508.

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, ii. 315.
Marsh, Bishop, ii. 451.

Montgomery, Alexander, ii. 289.
Marshall, Jane, ii. 313, 317.

Montgomery, James, ii. 537.
Marston, John, 597.

Moore, Dr. John, ii. 448.
Martine, Dr. George, ii. 367.

Moore, Edward, ii. 316.
Martineau, Miss, ii. 558, 559.

Moore, Thomas, ii. 417, 508, 510, 516-
Marvel, Andrew, ii. 102–113; quotations 518, 544, 556.
from his poems, ii. 103-113.

Moral Plays, 467.

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Moral Spirit of Literature, ii. 552.

0.
Moray, Sir Robert, ii. 160, 164.
More, Dr. Henry, ii. 132.

Observatory the Royal, ii. 181.
More, Hannah, ii. 416.

Oc and Ovl,

ngues of, 121.
More, Sir Thomas, 434; quotations from, Occam, William, 164.
435-437.

Occleve, Thomas, 402
Morgan, Lady, vide () wenson.

O'Keefe, John, ii. 447
Morte Arthur, quoted, 400, 401.

Onimiacles of Spain, 69.
Morton, Cardinal, 435.

Opie, Mrs., ii. 541, 544.
Morton, Thomas, ii. 447.

Optics, ii. 136.
Mother Hubberd's Tale, quoted, 522–527. Ordericus Vitalis, 96.
Mother's Picture, Cowper's Lines on re- Orford, Earl of, vide Walpole, Horace.
ceiving his, ii. 378–381.

Oriental Learning, 177.
Mulso, vide Chapone.

Original English, 52.
Mun, Thomas, ii. 204.

Orme, Robert, ii. 360.
Murimuth, Adam. 174.

Ormulum, The, 211-217.
Murphy, Arthur, ii. 311, 447, 449. Ossian's Poems, ii. 309.
Music in verse, ii. 479, 528.

Otterbourne, Thomas, 393.
Musophilus, quoted, 558–561.

Otway, Thomas, ii. 119.
Mysteries, vide Miracle Plays.

Owenson, Miss, ii. 544.
Oxford, University of, 46, 74

N.

P.
Napier, John, ii. 143.
Napoleon, War with, ii. 554.

Paine, Thomas, ii. 451.
Narrative Poetry, ii. 503.

Paley, Rev. William, ii. 451.
Narrative spirit of present age, ii. 557, 558. Pang more Sharp than All, The, ii. 488,
Nash, Thomas, 499.

489.
Natural Philosophy of 17th century, ii. Paris, vide Matthew.
151.

Paris, University of, 74, 76.
Neckham, Alexander, 89.

Parnell, Rev. Dr. Thomas, ii. 264.
Nennius, 28.

Parr, Dr. Samuel, ii. 449.
Nevile, Henry, ii. 126-132.

Parsons, William, ii. 403.
Nevyle, Alexander, 486.

Pasquin, Anthony, ii. 405.
Newburgh (or Neubrigensis), vide Wil- Patrick, St., 27.
liam.

Pecock, Bishop, 396.
Newspapers, ii. 83.

Peele, George, 488.
Newton, Sir Isaac, ii. 176.

Pegge, Dr. Samuel, ii. 448.
Newton, Thomas, 486.

Pelagius, 27.
Nicholas, Hymn to St., 195.

Percy's Reliques, ii. 308.
Nigellus, Wireker, 76, 90.

Periodical Essayists, ii. 315.
Nightingale, Ode to a, quoted, ii. 529- Periodical Writing, vide Journalism.
531.

Peter Pindar, ride Wolcot, J.
Nineteenth Century, Literature of, ii. Petrified Languages, 53, 54, 55.
453.

Petty, Sir William, ii. 204.
Nominalism and Realism, 164.

Phaer, the translator of Virgil, 462.
Norman Conquest, 62; its effect upon the Phalaris, Epistles of, ii. 205.

National Language and Literature, 65; Philips, Ambrose, ii 281, 315.
compared with Barbarian Conquest of Philips, John, ii. 282.
Western Empire, 65.

Philosophical Transactions, ii. 166.
Norman kings, government of, 150. Pictavensis, Guil., vide Poitiers, William
Normandie, Coutumes de, 115.

of.
Norris, John, ii. 188.

Piers Ploughman's Creed, 262-265.
North, Sir Dudley, ii. 204.

Piers Ploughman, Vision of, 245-262.
Norton, Thomas, 478.

Pilon, Frederick, ii. 404.
Norval, ii 290.

Pinkerton, John, ii. 448, 451.
Nott, Dr., on English Versification, 276, Piozzi, or Thrale, Mrs., ii. 403, 404.
et sey.

Plato Redivivus, quoted, ii. 128–132.
Novel-writing, ii. 558.

Plautus, Translation from, 485.
Novelty in Literature, ii. 562, 563. Players, old companies of, ii. 13.
Nuce, Thomas, 486.

Playfair, William, ii. 544.
Nymphidia, quoted, 567, 568.

Plays, publication of, ii. 14.
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