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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 ; Jessany
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 :

Dublin, Goldsunith at, 258 ;
Ugolino suggested to Reynolds,
288 ; Usher at Peckham, 266 ;
Vauxhall Gardens, 289; Vicar
of Wakefield, 275—277; Vol.
taire, Fontenelle, and Diderot,
263; Walpole, Chatterton, and
Goldsmith, 327 ; Walpole's de-
traction, 303; Walpole's mis-
take, 284 ; Washington Irving
at Green Arbour-court, 271;
Westminster Abbey tablet, 297 ;
“When lovely Woman stoops
to Folly,” 312; White Conduit
House, 278; Who wrote Goody
Two Shoes? 316; Wine-office-
court Supper, 272 ;

6. Written
Mountains,” 266 ; Young, Dr.,

265.
Goodrich church and Dean Swift,
Grub-street account of the Duchess

of Kingston, 233.
Gulliver's Travels, 51–54.
Halifax's Court Letter, 29.
Hannay's Satire and Satirists,

120.
Haymarket Theatre, account of

the, 236.
Johnson, Dr., and Samuel Foote,

224-227.
Kingston, Duchess of, her quarrel

with Foote, 228-234.
Kit-Kat Portraits, 149, 150.
Mackintosh, Sir J., on the Tale

of a Tub, 19.
Macklin, 204, 205, 207, 208.
Marley Abbey and Vanessa, 44.
Mayor of Garrett, Election of,

215.
Multiplication Table,” Steele's,

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Queen Anne's Bounty, 21.
Rabelais and Swift, 103.
Savage and Steele, 178, 179.
Scotland, Steele in, 159, 160, 161,

163.
Scott, Sir W., his Life of Swift,

44.
Sidi Hamet's Rod, 27.
South Sea Bubble and Swift, 45.
Spectator started, 140-142.
Spectator, Forster and Macaulay,

on, 141, 142.

147.
Newton, Sir Isaac, and Swift, 85.
Oratory ridiculed by Foote, 214.
Oxford, Earl of, and Swift, 47,

118.
Partridge and Swift, 24, 25.
Political Intrigue in Swift's days,

32.
Pope's first letter to Swift, 36.
Pope, Tickell, and Phillips, and

the Guardian, 145.
Punch at Oxford, 126—188.

STEELE, SIR RICHARD :

Addison at Oxford, 125; After
Marriage, 133 ; Ancestry, 122 ;
Beau Fielding, 183; Birth of,
221 ; Bloomsbury-square, 156 ;
Boevey, Mrs., 181,182; Button's
Coffee-house, 151 ; Character-
istics, Personal Traits, and
Opinions, 179–186 ; Charter-
house, at, 123 ; Christian Hero,
128; Conscious Lovers, 166 ;
Controversy with Swift, 153 ;
Correspondence, Extracts from,
143—137 ; Coverley House-
hold, 143 ; Courtship, second,
130 ; Cutts, Lord, 127 ; Death
at Carmarthen, 168; Dennis,
controversy with, 173, 174 ;
Dick Eastcourt, character of,
171 ; Don Saltero's at Chelsea,
184; Dying, Modes of, 177 ;
Edinburgh, Journey to, 159 ;
Edinburgh, Reception in, 161;
Edinburgh revisited, 163; En-
lists in the Horse Guards, 127 ;
Father dies, 123; Forster and
Macaulay, on, 170; Friends
with Addison, 176 ; Friendship
for Savage, 179; Funeral and
Lying Lover, 129; Guardian
started, 144; Hampton Court,
136, 156 ; Haverstock Hill
Cottage, 156 ; Hoadly, Bishop,
at Blenheim, 175; Irish Under-
Secretaryship, 137; Kit-Kat
Club, 149, 150; Lady Steele
dies, 163; Ladies' Library,
183; “Liveries," 179; Love
for Love, 149 ; Macaulay's de-
preciation, 139, 158 ; Marriage,

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126 ;

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, 145; “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,

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,) 11, 17,

58.
Stella to Swift, lines, 46.

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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,

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,
10; 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,”

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,
,

66 ;
Birthplace in Dublin, 2; Bishop
of Kilmore, 99; Blunder, Odd,
109; Bonhomie, 89;
Sides of the Question,” 34 ;
Broadsides and Punch, 111;

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98;

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, 84 ; 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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