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QUARLES (Francis), notice of, 187.
Specimens of, 187, 188.
Extract from, 703.
RALEIGH (Sir Walter), notice of, ixvi, 76.
Specimens of his Poems, 77, 78.
Specimens of, 439-441.
Extracts from, 132-134.
Influence of. T. Scott, 521.
Character and style of his productions, xxxix.
Referred to, xxxi.
Specimen of, 628633.
of, 268, 269.
the drama, lxxxvi.
Speciniens of his Poems, 123, 124,
Specimens of, 168–170.
Sonnets by, 603.
SACRED POEMS, continued.
Cupio Dissolvi. Habington, 200.
Song of David. Smart, 503, note.
of his last achievement and death. The same, 260.
Specimens of, 185, 186.
Extracts from, 702.
Extracts from various. Bp. Hall, 69–71.
of Newton and Pope at Bath. Lord Chesterfield, 520.
The Thales of Johnson's London, 572, note.
Specimens of, 570.
Chaucer and Dryden, 3.
SACKVILLE (Thomas, Baron Buckhurst, and Earl of Dor-
set), notice of, 35.
And on his tragedy of Gorboduc, lvii.
Specimens of, 316, 317.
A Meditation. Sir 11. Wotton, 158.
SHADWELL (Thomas), specimen of, 305.
Character of, by Dryden, 366.
Specimen of, 510.
Specimens of his Poems, 447–453.
Life, Happiness of. Phin. Fletcher, 84.
Resolution. The same, 249.
Extracts from, 215—230.
Critical observations on them, lxxvii-lxxix.
Address to. Sir P. Sydney, 41.
Specimens of his poems, 503.
Specimens of his poems, 513, 515.
Ode to. Grainger, 477.
James I. Sir H. Wotton, 158.
E. Moore, 435.
P. Whitehead, 536.
Dodsley, 460, 461.
Sir J. H. Moore, 564.
Burns, 650, 651, 652,
E. of Sterline 159.
Milton, 258, 259.
T. Warton, 626.
Bampfylde, 639, 640.
Harrington, 40. 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.
On Sir W. Jones, 637.
A passage in Pope,
Origin of Romance,
Specimens of his poems, 43, 44.
Specimen of his poems, 47-57.
Allusion to, 447.
Sir R. Fanshawe, 239.
Shakspeare's accounted for, 44 note.
Sonnets by, 159.
Specimen of, 571,
ton's Needle," by, lvii.
Specimens of his poems, 66, 67.
Specimens of, 181–183.
Imitation of, by I. H. Browne, 445,
Specimens of his poems, 41.
His life, poetry put into action, liv.
Specimen of his poems, 79.
tion of Dubartas' poem, for the prima stamina of
Paradise Lost, lxix.
WARD (Edward), notice of, 350.
Specimen of, 350.
Specimens of his poems, 71–73.
WARTON (Dr. Thomas, sen.), specimens of, 394, 395.
WARTON (Thomas), notice of, 618-620.
Specimens of, 621–626.
WARTON (Dr. Joseph), notice of, 663–667.
Specimens of, 667, 668.
WATTS (Dr. Isaac), notice of, 411.
Specimen of, 411.
WATSON (Thomas), specimens of, 44.
WEBSTER (John), notices of, 161, lxxvii.
Specimens of, 162–166.
His duchess of Malfi, lxiii.
Wedding, ballad on. Sir J. Suckling, 181.
WEEKES (James Eyre), specimen of, 373.
Weelkes's Madrigals, songs from, 60.
Welsted (Leonard), specimen of, 413.
WEST (Gilbert), notice of, 428.
Specimen of, 428.
WEST (Richard), specimen of, 372.
Whetstone (George), his “ Promos and Cassandra," lviii.
White Hairs, verses on. Lord Vaux, 33.
WHITEHEAD (Paul), notice of, 536.
Hunting Song by, 536.
WHITEHEAD (William), notice of, 581-583.
Specimens of, 584—588.
WHYTE (James), specimen of,618.
Monody on the death of. Shaw, 510.
Lord Lyttelton, 517.
Verses to, with a ring. The same, 638.
Wilbye's Madrigals, songs from, 59, 60.
WILDE (Dr. Robert), specimen of, 251, 252.
WILMOT (Robert), notice of his Tancred and Sigismunda,
WILMOT. See RocheSTER (Earl of).
Winchelsea (Lady), her genius for descriptive poetry
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.
Extract from Skelton's satire on, I.
Women, verses on. Vere, 66.
The praise of. Randolph, 134.
Simile on. Whyte, 618.
Wordsworth (William), note by, on Dryden's genius,
On Dryden and Pope's descriptive powers, lxxxix.
Worron (Sir Henry), specimens of, 157, 158.
WYAT (Sir Thomas, the elder), notice of, 27.
Specimens of his poetry, 28–30.
Character of it, liii.
Yardley Oak, description of. Cowper, 681.
Young (Dr. Edward), notice of, 465,
Imitation of, by I. H. Brorene, 444.
Disgraced his talents by his flattery, 387.
| Youth, vanity of. Gascoigne, 39.
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