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INDEX OF NAMES

[The letters ff. after an entry imply that references to the same subject occur on at
least two immediately succeeding pages. Birth and death dates are not, as a rule,
given in the case of writers whose work is treated in other volumes.]

Abbey and Overton, English Church in
the 18th century, 326
Abelard, 71

Abercromby, Patrick (1656-1716?), 552
Aberdeen, 372, 374; Marischal college,
129

Aberdeenshire, 372, 373

Abingdon or Habington, Thomas (1560–
1647), 530

Ablancourt, Nicolas Perrot d', 267
Academic, The, 414

Académie Française, 397

Account of the sickness and death of Dr
Woodward, 132

Account of the state of learning in the
Empire of Lilliput, 132

Acheson, Lady, in Swift's Grand Question
debated, 119

Act of Settlement, 200

of Succession, 197

of Supremacy, 197

Adam, 28, 60, 327

Thomas, 313

Adams, Jean, 374

parson, in Joseph Andrews, 408
Adamson, Henry (d. 1639), 554

John (d. 1653), 542, 554

Addison, Joseph (1672-1719), 5, 26, 27,
41, 43 ff. (main entry), 67, 75, 78, 86,
94, 125, 142, 151, 165, 166, 170 ff.,
180 ff., 220, 237, 442

Campaign, The, 44

Cato, 63, 64, 77, 171, 184

Dialogues upon...Ancient Medals, 43
Dissertatio de Romanorum poetis, 43
Drummer, The, 172

Essay on Travel, 44
First Vision of Mirza, 63
Musae Anglicanae, 43

'On the Pleasures of the Imagination,'
61

Oratio de nova philosophia, 43

Remarks on Italy, 44

Travels in Italy, 94

Lancelot, 38

See, also, Spectator, The, and Tatler, The
Aelfric, Homilies, 402

Aeneas, 45, 60, 256, 257

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Anglo-Saxon chair, at Oxford, 413
Annand, William (1633-1689), 545

Anne, queen, 30, 44, 72, 78, 96, 97, 103,
113, 124, 130, 131, 139, 150 ff., 155,
160, 161, 169, 175, 177, 180, 200, 202,
205, 208, 216, 217, 219, 222, 228, 231,

232, 309, 394, 395, 407, 408

Annet, Peter (1693-1769), 288, 504; Re-
surrection of Jesus examined, 294
Anstis, John (1669-1744), 355
Anstruther, Lady Margaret, 369

Answerall, Lady, in Swift's Complete Col-
lection of... Conversation, 106

Antiochus, in The Tatler, 38
Antiquaries, Scottish Society of, 372

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Arabian Nights, The, 106

Arabic chair, at Cambridge, 413
literature, 291

Arachne, in Ovid's Metamorphoses, 160
and Pallas, 115

Arbuthnot, Archibald, 563
Charles, 469
George, 133

John (1667-1735), 72, 78, 96, 98,
124, 127, 129 ff. (main entry), 152,
161, 163, 171, 220, 249, 446, 447, 464,
466

Account of the...death of Dr Woodward,
132

Art of Political Lying, 131, 136
Brief account of Mr John Ginglicutt's
Treatise, 133, 138

Essay concerning the effects of Air...133,
138

concerning the nature of Ailments,
133, 138

Examination of Dr Woodward's Account
of the Deluge, 129

History of John Bull, 131, 133, 137
Humble Petition of the Colliers, 132
John Bull in his Senses, 131

still in his Senses (and

Appendix), 131

Know Yourself, 133, 138
Law is a Bottomless Pit, 130
Lewis Baboon turned Honest, 131
Miscellaneous Works, 133

On the Usefulness of Mathematical
Learning, 130, 138

Reasons humbly offered by the Company
...of Upholders, 132

Sermon...at the Mercat Cross, 130, 138
Tables of...Measures, Weights and Coins,
130, 132

Arbuthnott, Viscount, 129
Archaeologia, 358

Archangel, 240

'Ardelia' (Winchilsea, Anne, countess of),
169.

Arianism, 295, 297

Ariosto, 338, Orlando Furioso, 61
Aristarch, 191

Aristophanes, 336

Aristotle, 51, 59, 60, 64, 383, 386
Armstrong, John (1709-1779), 556
Arnall, William (1715 ?-1741?), 433
Arnold, Matthew, 31, 169

As I came in by Edinburgh town, 363
Ascham, Roger, The Scholemaster, 55
Ascyltus, 266

Asgill, John, 11
Ashburnham, Lady, 125
Ashe, St George, 166

Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), 355, 413;
Antiquities of Berkshire, 353
Aspasia (Lady Elizabeth Hastings), 38
Assoucy, Charles Coypeau de, 256

Astell, Mary (1668-1731), 244; Serious
proposal to the Ladies, 404

Atalantis Major, 13

Athenaeum, The, 106

Athenian Gazette (Dunton's), 5

Mercury (Dunton's), 5, 34, 41,

92
Athenians, the, 223

Atkyns, Sir Robert (1647-1711), Glocester-
shire, 353

Atossa, in Pope's Characters of Women,
82, 89

Atterbury, Francis (1662-1732), 131, 147,
153, 176, 196, 234, 333, 334, 337,
340
Attercliffe, 393

Attic dramatists, 330

Atticus, T. Pomponius, 198

Atwit, colonel, in Swift's Complete Col-
lection of... Conversation, 106

Aubrey, John (1626–1697), 267, 351 (main
entry)

Brief Lives, 308, 351
Miscellanies, 351

Monumenta Britannica, 354
Perambulation of Surrey, 351, 353
Aucassin et Nicolette, 39
Audrey, Saint, 343

Augustine, St, City of God, 318
Auld Guidman, The, 360
Auld Reekie, 379

Auld Rob Morris, 360

Wife ayont the Fire, 360

Aurelius, Marcus, 300

Austen, Jane, 338

Austin, William (f. 1662), 429
Austria, 232

Avery, captain, 21
Avignon, 245

Awa Whigs Awa, 377
Ayloffe, John, 266
Ayton, Sir Robert, 555
Azores, 175

Baboon, Lewis, in Arbuthnot's History
of John Bull, 134, 135

Philip, in Arbuthnot's History of
John Bull, 134

Bacon, Francis, 47, 351, 381, 385, 386,
388, 396

Advancement of Learning, 388
De Augmentis, 388
Essays, 44

Henry VII, 227

New Atlantis, 388

Baden, treaty of, 228

Baillie, Lady Grizel (1665–1746), The
Ewe-buchtin's bonnie, 364; Were na my
Heart licht, 364

Robert, 549

Sir William, of Lamington, 549
Baker, E. A., 327

Henry (1698-1774), 24, 25, 433
Thomas (1656-1740), 354; Reflec-
tions on Learning, 354
Balaam, Sir, in Pope's Epistles, 81
Balcanquhall, Walter, 542

Balfour, Sir Andrew (1630-1694), 558
Balguy, John (1686-1748), 504; Founda-
tion of Moral Goodness, 299
Baller, Joseph, 164

Balzac, Honoré, 20; Chef d'Euvre in-
connu, 39

Bangor, 309, 310

Bangorian controversy, 17, 19, 309
Banishment of Poverty, The, 366
Bannatyne MS., 361, 365, 367, 369
Barber, Mary (1690?-1757), 106, 484
Barbones parliament, 386
Barclay, John (1582-1621), 555

John, Dialogue betwixt William
Lickladle and Thomas Cleancogue, 373
Robert, 545; Religious Societies of
the Commonwealth, 307

William (1570?-1630?), 558
Barnabas, Gospel of, 291
Barnstaple, 160

Baron, Robert (1593 ?-1639), 542
Basedow, Johann Bernhard, 401
Bath, 34, 163, 167, 172

Sir William Pulteney, earl of, 88,
162, 219, 220, 223, 224, 250 ff.

Marquis of, Papers, 96, 99, 141.
See, also, Longleat Papers

Bathurst, Allen Bathurst, 1st earl, 79,
152, 228

Battle of Falkirk Muir, 378

Baur, F. C., 291

Baxter, Andrew (1686-1750), 504

Richard, Reliquiae Baxterianae,
307, 383; Saints' Everlasting Rest,
269

William (1650-1723), 526
Bayes, in Buckingham's Rehearsal, 147
Bayle, Pierre, 211

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, earl of,
243

Beattie, James (1735–1803), The Minstrel,
374; To Mr Alexander Ross, 374
Beaumont, Francis, 140, 145
Lady, 328

Beccaria, Marquis de, Dei Delitti e delle
Pene, 302
Bedford, 169

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Blackmore, Sir Richard (cont.)
Arthur, 180

Creation, 180, 181, 184
Eliza, 180

Blackwell, Thomas (1660 ?-1728), 547
Thomas (1701-1757), 552

Blair, Hugh (1718-1800), 560
Robert, 167

Blenheim, 44, 150, 151, 155, 182
Bliss, Philip, 342

Blomefield, Francis (1705-1752), History
of Norfolk, 353

Blount, Charles (1654–1693), 288, 289
Anima Mundi, 288

Great is Diana of the Ephesians, 288
Miscellaneous Works, 289
Oracles of Reason, 289

Two first books of Philostratus, 288
Martha, 71, 72, 82
Teresa, 71

Thomas (1618-1679), 528

Blunden, Humphrey, 515

Blythesome Bridal, The, 363 ff.

Bodley, Sir Thomas, 342, 349

Boehme, Jacob, 307, 308, 314 ff., 327,

328, 514, 515, 521

Forty Questions, 307
Mysterium Magnum, 317
Signatura Rerum, 307, 316
Three Principles, 307

Threefold Life of Man, 316

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas, 140, 150, 155,
257; Lutrin, 70, 179; Ode sur la Prise
de Namur, 148

Bolingbroke, Henry St John, 1st viscount

(1678-1751), 14, 15, 81, 83, 85, 89,

95 ff., 112, 124, 131, 150 ff., 161, 166,
185, 192, 207, 216 ff. (main entry),
252, 288, 445

Case of Dunkirk consider'd, 224
Craftsman Extraordinary, 221
Dissertation upon Parties, 224, 225
Final Answer, A, 223

First Vision of Camelick, 221
Idea of a Patriot King, 230, 231
Letter on the Spirit of Patriotism, 229,
230

on the True Use of Retirement,
228, 233
Letter to Sir William Wyndham, 218,
219, 223

Letters and Correspondence, 216

on the Study...of History, 226 ff.

Occasional Writer, The, 223

Of the State of Parties at the Accession
of George I, 231

Philosophical Works, 295

Plan of a General History of Europe,
228

Reflections on Exile, 218

Remarks upon the History of England,
221, 223

Some Reflections on the Present State of
the Nation, 231

Bona, Joannes, Guide to Eternity, 274
Bond, William, 21

Bonheur de ce Monde, 170

Bonnie Charlie, 378

Bonny Scotch Lad, The, 363
Bononcini, 326

Bonwicke, Ambrose, 412

Bookwit, in Steele's Lying Lover, 30
Borders, the, 361

Boreman, Robert, 570
Borkowsky, T., 106

Borlase, William (1695-1772), 532
Borrow, George, 247

Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, Histoire des
Variations, 198

Boston, Thomas (1676–1732), 548
Boswell, James, 325, 330; Life of Johnson,
313, 340

Boufflers, Louis-François, duc de, 256
Boulter, Hugh, 407

Bourbon, house of, 215

Bourignon, Antoinette (1616-1680), 307,
314, 519

Bourne, H. R. Fox, Life of John Locke,
406

Henry (1696-1733), Antiquitates
Vulgares, 355

Vincent (1695-1747), 173, 526

Bove, Jean de, Des trois larrons, 39
Bowes's academy, 393

Bowles, W. L.. 69

Boyd, Robert (1578–1627), 542
Zachary (1585?-1653), 542

Boyer, Abel (1667-1729), 17, 236, 237,

433

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Brokesby, Francis (1637-1714), Of Educa-
tion, 405

Bromley, Thomas (d. 1691), 307, 513,
515

Brooke, Henry (1703?-1783), 181, 184,
185

Conrade, 185
Fables, 185

Fool of Quality, 181, 184, 327, 328
History of Henry Earl of Moreland,
328

Universal Beauty, 184

Henry, of Dublin, 327

Broome of Cowden Knowes, 363

William (1689-1745), 75, 76, 181,
183, 184

Brosch, Moritz, Lord Bolingbroke, 226
Brothers club, 96, 151

Brown, Andrew (f. 1700), 558, 560
John (1610?-1679), 545
John (1722-1787), 548

Thomas (1663–1704), 256, 260,
263 ff., 329; Amusements Serious and
Comical, 262, 263; Colloquies of Eras-
mus, 275

Browne, Isaac Hawkins (1705–1760), Pipe
of Tobacco, 188, 191

Peter (d. 1735), Answer (to Toland),
282; Divine Analogy, 283; Procedure,
extent and limits of human understanding,

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Buckley, Samuel, Daily Courant, 5
Budgell, Eustace (1686-1737), 86, 220,

492

Buffon, 321

Bufo, in Pope's Epistle to Arbuthnot, 147
Bull, John, in Arbuthnot's History of
John Bull, 134, 135

Mrs, in Arbuthnot's History of

John Bull, 134, 135
Bunyan, John, 18, 98

Burnet, Gilbert (cont.)

Eighteen papers, 199

Enquiry into the measures of submission,
199

Essay on...the late Queen Mary, 200
Exposition of the Thirty-Nine Articles,
200

History of My Own Time, 199, 202 ff.,

212

History of the Reformation, 110, 195,
197, 198, 200, 210, 212

Letter...on the two papers writ by King
Charles II, 199

Life...of Sir Matthew Hale, 198
Memoires of the...Dukes of Hamilton
and Castleherald, 193, 194, 196
Memoirs or Secret History, 199, 200,
202 ff.

Memorial...of the Constitution and Policy
of England, 201

Modest and Free Conference, 192
Reflections on the Declaration for Liberty
of Conscience, 199

Reflections on the pamphlet Parlia-
mentum Pacificum, 199

Review of the Reflections on the Prince's
Declaration, 200

Second Collection of Several Tracts, 200
Some letters, 199

Thoughts on Education, 192
Utopia, trans. of, 198

Vindication from the two Letters con-
taining some Reflections on His
Majesty's Proclamation, 199

Vindication of the...Church of Scotland,
194

Burnet, Thomas (1635 ?–1715), The Theory
of the Earth, 390

Sir Thomas, 204

Thomas (Sir Iliad Doggrel), 258,

448
Burnett, James. See Monboddo, Lord
Burns, Robert, 360, 363, 367 ff., 372 ff.,
376 ff.

Brigs of Ayr, 380

Chevalier's Lament, 377

Death and Dying Words of Poor Mailie,
366, 372

Strathallan's Lament, 377
Burton, Samuel (1708-1749), 563

William (1575-1645), Description
of Leicester Shire, 352

William (1609-1657), Commentary
on Antoninus, his Itinerary, 355

Burke, Edmund, 233; A Vindication of Busby, Richard, 146, 272

Natural Society, 232

Burleigh house, 148

Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd earl of,
79, 162

Burmann, Peter, 336
Burnaby, William, 266
Burnet, Gilbert (1643-1715), 94, 112, 132,

192 ff. (main entry), 211, 213, 214,
217, 221, 234, 247, 335, 402
Censure of M. de Meaux' History, 198
Discourse of the Pastoral Care, 201
Discourse on...Sir Robert Fletcher, 192

Butcher, S. H., 64

Bute, Mary, countess of, 245, 246, 248,
403

John Stuart, 3rd earl of, 245, 498
Butler, Joseph (1692-1752), 289, 296,
303, 304, 326, 393, 394; Analogy of
Religion, 303, 304; Fifteen Sermons
303

Samuel (1612-1680), 119, 260;
Hudibras, 145, 154, 158, 201, 259, 272,
308

Button's coffee-house, 165, 171

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