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Forster, Mr., his analyses of

Foote's Comedies, 207.
Gay and Swift, 56.

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER :

Animated Nature, 314, 315;
Assemblies in the last century,
233; Ballad-singer, 306 ; Birth
of, 252 ; Blackstone, his neigh-
bour, 286 ; Borrowing and Pay.
ing, 307; Boswell's jealousy, 324;
Boyhood, 255; Burial-place in
the Temple, 298; Burke, fellow-
student, 259; Campbell, Dr.,
on, 268; Canonbury Tower,
Islington, 277; Characteristics,
Personal Traits, and Opinions,
299--330, Chastises a Publisher,
321 ; Choice of a Profession,
260; Citizen of the World, 272;
“ Club, the,” 281; Club at
Ballymahon, 261; Clubs and
Taverns, 273 ; Cock-lane Ghost
pamphlet, 273; College Life,
258 ; Colman the younger, 306;
Colman's management, 285 ;
Compilations, various, 313;
Cradock, his friend, 289 ; Cum-
berland repaid, 329; “Deserted
Village, the,” 253, 282; Devil
Tavern, 273; Dies in Brick-
court, 292 ; Dinner at Dilly's,
323 ; Dispute with Dr. John-
son, 323 ; Druggist's assistant
in Monument-yard, 264; Early
Rhymes, 257; Enquiry into
Polite Learning, 270 ; Evans,
the publisher, thrashed, 321 ;
Failure at Surgeon's Hall, 268 ;
Family of the Goldsmiths, 251;
Fiddleback, his horse, 260 ;
Forster's account of Goldsmith's
landlady, 274; Funeral in the
Temple churchyard, 295 ; Gar-
rick's sensitiveness, 304; Globe
Tavern, 275; Goëthe on the
Vicar of Wakefield, 277; Gold-
smith, Charles, at Somers
Town, 310 ; Good-natured Man
produced, 269; Gray’s-Inn
Chambers, 279; Grecian and
the Globe, 283; Green Arbour-
court Lodging, 270 ; Harris of

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER :

Salisbury, 325; Haunch of
Venison, the, 317; Histories of
Greece, Rome and England,
315, 316 ; Health declines, 288;
Hornecks—the Jessamy Bride,
325; Hung_up in History,
306 ; Hyde Farm, 289 ; Inde-
pendence, 309; Irving, Forster,
and Macaulay, 301; James's
Fever Powders, 293 ; Jessamy
Bride, 294; Johnson, Dr., 285,
294 ; Johnson's Epitaph, 296 ;
Johnson, Scott, and Byron,
and Lord Dudley, 300; Judge
Day's Recollections, 287; Lines
by Angelica Kauffmann, 326;
Lissoy, 253 ; “Literary Club,
the,” 282 ; Love of Dress, 313;
Macaulay's description, 255;
Magazine Contributions, 271;
Medical practice, 287 ; Memo-
rials, 296; Mistake at Bath,
303 ; Mistake of a Night, 256 ;
Monthly Review, 267, Natural
History, 290; Newbery, the
publisher, 272; Newcastle ar.
rest, 261; Northcote's Recol.
lections, 318 ; Northumberland,
Earl of, 281 ; Old Supper-house
in Soho, 320 ; Pallismore house,
253; Public Ledger started,
273 ; Retaliation, 291; Return
to England, 264 ; Reynolds, Sir
Joshua, 305 ; Reynolds's visit
to Canonbury, 280; Richard-
son's reader, 265 ; Schools,
256 ; School-days, early, 254 ;
Scribbling for Bread in a Garret,
311; Secretaryship of the So-
ciety of Arts, 305 ; She Stoops
to Conquer, 256, 283 ; Sheridan
dramatizes the Vicar of Wake-
field, 329; Shoemaker's Holi-
day, 282 ; Smollett and British
Magazine, 273 ; Strange Com-
pany with Shuter, 308; Supping
at the Mitre, 307; Temple
Chambers, 285; Tenure-custom,
252; Thackeray's tribute, 302 ;
Tragedy written, 265 ; Travels
to Leyden, 261, 262; Traveller,
the, 279; Trinity College,

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER:

Queen Anne's Bounty, 21.
Dublin, Goldsinith at, 258 ; Rabelais and Swift, 103.
Ugolino suggested to Reynolds, Savage and Steele, 178, 179.
288 ; Usher at Peckham, 266 ; Scotland, Steele in, 159, 160, 161,
Vauxhall Gardens, 289; Vicar 163.
of Wakefield, 275—277 ; Vol. Scott, Sir W., his Life of Swift,
taire, Fontenelle, and Diderot,

44.
263 ; Walpole, Chatterton, and Sidi Hamet's Rod, 27.
Goldsmith, 327 ; Walpole's de- South Sea Bubble and Swift, 45.
traction, 303; Walpole's mis- Spectator started, 140-142.
take, 284 ; Washington Irving Spectator, Forster and Macaulay,
at Green Arbour-court, 271;

on, 141, 142.
Westminster Abbey tablet, 297 ;
“When lovely Woman stoops STEELE, SIR RICHARD :
to Folly,” 312; White Conduit Addison at Oxford, 125; After
House, 278; Who wrote Goody Marriage, 133 ; Ancestry, 122;
Two Shoes ? 316; Wine-office- Beau Fielding, 183; Birth of,
court Supper, 272 ; " Written 221 ; Bloomsbury-square, 156 ;
Mountains," 266 ; Young, Dr., Boevey, Mrs., 181,182; Button's
265.

Coffee-house, 151 ; _Character-
Goodrich church and Dean Swift, istics, Personal Traits, and
Grub-street account of the Duchess Opinions, 179—186 ; Charter-
of Kingston, 233.

house, at, 123; Christian Hero,
Gulliver's Travels, 51–54.

128; Conscious Lovers, 166 ;
Halifax's Court Letter, 29.

Controversy with Swift, 153 ;
Hannay's Satire and Satirists, Correspondence, Extracts from,
120.

143—137 ; Coverley House-
Haymarket Theatre, account of hold, 143 ; Courtship, second,
the, 236.

130 ; Cutts, Lord, 127 ; Death
Johnson, Dr., and Samuel Foote, at Carmarthen, 168; Dennis,
224–227.

controversy with, 173, 174;
Kingston, Duchess of, her quarrel Dick Eastcourt, character of,
with Foote, 228-234.

171 ; Don Saltero's at Chelsea,
Kit-Kat Portraits, 149, 150.

184 ; Dying, Modes of, 177 ;
Mackintosh, Sir J., on the Tale Edinburgh, Journey to, 159 ;
of a Tub, 19.

Edinburgh, Reception in, 161 ;
Macklin, 204, 205, 207, 208.

Edinburgh revisited, 163; En-
Marley Abbey and Vanessa, 44. lists in the Horse Guards, 127;
Mayor of Garrett, Election of, Father dies, 123; Forster and
215.

Macaulay, on, 170; Friends
Multiplication Table,” Steele's, with Addison, 176 ; Friendship
147.

for Savage, 179; Funeral and
Newton, Sir Isaac, and Swift, 85. Lyiny Lover, 129; Guardian
Oratory ridiculed by Foote, 214. started, 144; Hanipton Court,
Oxford, Earl of, and Swift, 47, 136, 156 ; Haverstock Hill
118.

Cottage, 156 ; Hoadly, Bishop,
Partridge and Swift, 24, 25.

at Blenheim, 175; Irish Under-
Political Intrigue in Swift's days, Secretaryship, 137; Kit-Kat
32.

Club, 149, 150; Lady Steele
Pope's first letter to Swift, 36. dies, 163; Ladies' Library,
Pope, Tickell, and Phillips, and 183; “Liveries," 179; Love
the Guardian, 145.

for Love, 149; Macaulay's de-
Punch at Oxford, 126—188.

preciation, 139, 158; Marriage,

STEELE, SIR RICHARD :

First, 129; Medical Confession,
150 ; Mendicants' Feast, 164 ;
Monument to, 169; “ Multipli.
cation Table, " 147 ; Oxford, at,
125 ; Packingtons, of West-
wood, 143; Parliament, re-
turned to, 345 ; “ Perverse
Widow,” who was she ? 180;
Play, First, 128; Players at
Drury-lane, 148 ; “Poor Dick,”
177 ; Portraits, 186; Portraits,
Kit-Kat, 149 ; Practical Chris-
tianity, 147; Presbyterians,
164; Puppet-shows and Punch,
126 ;

Quarrel with Addi-
son, 157 ; Quarrel with Swift,
153 ; Retires to Wales, 167 ;
Savage, dinner to, 178; Sir
Roger de Coverley, 142 ; Spec-
tator started, 140-142 ; Tatler
started, 137–140 ; Tatler's
Club, 152 ; Thackeray and
Steele's Charter-house days,
124 ; “ Tower of Repentance,
165; Trumpet in Shire-lane,
138, 152; Wales, retires to,
167 ; Whiston, 173 ; Whig
Meeting, Great, 151; Will's
and the Grecian, 137 ; Woman,
homage to, 175; York-buildings

speculation, 165.
Steele, Lord Chancellor, 122.
Stella, (Esther Johnson,) 1), 17,

58.
Stella to Swift, lines, 46.

10 ;

SWIFT, DEAN:

Burial-place, 72; Burlington,
Lady, 99; Busts, 74 ; Button's
Coffee-house, 37, 38; Carlow
Church, 96 ; Carriage started,
98; Characteristics, Personal
Traits, and Opinions, 77–121 ;
Chelsea lodgings, and buns, 26 ;
Childhood, 2; Clerical Race,
34; Clubs and Coffee-houses,
37 ; College life, 5; Company,
how Swift tried, 100; Conver-
sation, 110; Court Letter,
model, 28 ; Criticism hazarded,
109 ;

Dean defended, 62 ;
Deanery obtained, 33 ; Disap-
pointment, Early, 3; Drapier's
Letters, 48 ; Dryden, cousin, 8;
Eclipse Hoax, 96; Examiner,
23, 28 ; Family, 1; Faulkner,
Alderman, 7; Favour, high,
35; Favoured Fair Correspon-
dent, 101 ; Fifty New Churches
in London, 21; First Satire,

Footman, 95; Fox, C. J.,
80 ; Genius and character, 120 ;
Grub-street, 111; Gulliver's
Travels, 51--54, 55 ; Harrison,
sympathy for, 31; Hoax, bene-
ficial, 89 ; Hoey’s-court, Dublin,
house in, 2;

Hospital for In-
curables,” 111 ; Household, 67;
Independence, 77; Ingratitude
to, 90; Irony, 105; Johnson,
Dr., 108 ; Jonathan born, 1;
Journal to Stella, 22, 23, 27 ;
Julius Cæsar, person of, 86 ;
Kilroot charge, the, 84 ; Lara-
cor, journey to, 14 ; Last in
England, 57 ; Last Epigram,
107 ; Last illness, 68–72, 115 ;
Laugh, did Swift ever ? 92 ;
Literature befriended, 78 ; Loss
of Friends, 64; Love of Low
Life, 96 ; Macaulay and Swift,
117; Marley Abbey, 44 ; Mason,
Monck, 80 ; Memory, 113 ; Me-
morials, 73; Miniatures, 74;
Misanthropy, 79; Mock Court
of Law, 65; Mohocks, the, 41 ;
Moor Park, 6, 81 ; Mother dies,
25 ; Motte, the publisher, 55;
“Naboth's Vineyard,” 98;

SWIFT, DEAN :

Addison, 107 ; Anglo-Latin
and Anglo-English, 107; An-
tipathy to Projectors, 45 ;
Asparagus eating, 7; Auto-
graph, 3; Bargaining with the
publishers, 55; Barton, Miss,
119; Battle of the Books, 10;
Beggars' Opera, 56 ; Beggars'
Wedding, 97; Benevolence, 83;
Bettesworth, Serjeant,
Birthplace in Dublin, 2 ; Bishop
of Kilmore, 99; Blunder, Odd,
109; Bonhomie, 89; Both
Sides of the Question," 34 ;
Broadsides and Punch, 111;

66 ;

26 ;

SWIFT, DEAN:

SWIFT, DEAN:
Newton, Sir Isaac, 85; October Troublesome neighbour, 97 ;
Club, 40; Orrery, Lord, his Vanessa, who was she ? 41 ;
Remarks, 92 ; Outwitted, 86 ; Vanhomrighs, 41, 42, 43 ;

Va-
Oxford, verses at, 8; Oxford, rina, who was she? 12; Veri-
Earl of, 47, 118; Parsimony, similitude, 110; Verses, 107 ;
88; Partridge, the astrologer, Verses on his Death, 76 ; Vicar-
24; Pendarves, Mrs., Letters age at Laracor, 16; Walpole's
to, 101, 102; Pilkingtons, the, injustice, 60; Waryng, college
100; Political Intrigue, 32 ; chum, 5; Weekly Rhyme, 110;
Political Pamphlet, first, 17 ; Westminster Election,
Pope's first letter, 36; Pope, Whiggism of Swift, 18 ; Why
parting from, 57 ; Pope, Swift, Swift did not

marry, 91;
and Byron, 108 ; Popularity of Wilde’s Closing Years, 2, 79,
the Dean, 50; Portraits, 74 ; 116 ; William III. and aspara-
Preferment, 14 ; Psyche, on, gus, 7; Windsor Prophecy, 29,
112 ; Puns and Proverbs, 106 ; 30 ; Writing English, 112.
Rabelais, 103; Rhyme, worth Thackeray, Mr., and Sir R. Steele's
of, 98: Riley, the farmer, 63 ; schooldays, 124.
Roger Coxe, 16; St. James's Thomas, Moy, his account of
Coffee-house, 38; St. Patrick's

Savage, 181.
Hospital, 66 ; Saturday and Vanessa and Swift, 41.
Brothers' Club, 39 ; Schomberg Vanhomrighs, the, 42, 43.
Monument, the, 63; School at Varina and Swift, 12.
Kilkenny, 3; Scott, Sir W., Willis's Notes on Sir Roger de
vindicates,

Scribblerus

Coverley, 143.
Club, 40 ; Skulls of Stella and York Buildings, Steele's specula-
Swift, 115; Second Table at

tion at, 165
Moor Park, 83 ; Servants, 93;
Shaving, 117; “Shut the

APPENDIX.
Door,” 94 ; Sidi Hamet's Rod,
27 ; South, Dr., 33; Stella Goldsmith at Edinburgh, 386.
dies, 58 ; Stella, lines by, 46;

Family and Gen. Wolfe,
Stella removes to Ireland, 17 ;

389.
Stella, who was she ? 11 ; Sur-

- in the Temple, 388.
geon at Cavan, 88; Swift,

Statue, 389.
Godwin, 4, 6; Swift, Rev.

Vicar of Wakefield,
Thomas, 4; Swift and Steele

388.
quarrel, 153 ; Swift, Theophilus, Kit-Kat Club, the, 382.
6; Swift, William Dryden, 4; Mayor of Garrett, Mock Election
Swiftiana, 113, 114 ; Tale of a of, 385.
Tub, 4, 19; Tatler, the, esta- Miscellanies, by Foote, 390.
blished, 25, 140-142 ; Teasing, Pope's last letter to Swift, 380.
love of, 104 ; Temple, Sir W., Steele in Parliament, 382.
death of, 9; Temple, Sir W., Swift baited by Bettesworth, 378.
introduced to, 6; Toryism of Temple, Sir W., at Sheen and
Swift, 22 ; Tracts, 1708-9, 21; Moor Park, 376.
Trinity College, Dublin, 4; Vanhomrighs, the, 376.

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