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BALLAD, origin of the, 16.

DEBATES, Parliamentary, 255.
Bards, Welsh, 17.

Dedications, 299.
“Beowulf," the epic, 19.
Bible, Wycliffe's translation of the, 50, 51; ENCYCLOPÆDIAS, the, 258.

Cranmer's, 88 ; Coverdale's, 99; the
Geneva, 137 ; the Bishop's, 137 ; King FRENCH influence in the court of Charles
James's, 137 ; proposed change, 138; II., 220.
Hallam's criticism, 138; English of the,

139; burning of the, 135; the chained, 136. GAZETTE, the LONDON, 254.
Book, the first, 9,

Gesta, the, 32.
Book, the tree and the, 9.

Gleeman, the Anglo-Saxon, 18.
Book-making, first steps in, 10.
Book-binding, 75.

HACKS, Grub Street, 295; extract from
Book-room, an ancient, 12.

Macaulay on, 296; success of a few, 298.
Books, leather, 10.

Hall, the great man's, 299.
Books in Greek and Roman days, 11. Hieroglyphic painting, a, 14.
Booksellers' shops, 299.

Hieroglyphics, 13.
Britons, conjecture concerning ancient, 15.
"Brut," Layamon's, 34.

ILLUMINATIONS, 41.

Interludes, the, 103.
CAIRNS and altars, 10.
Castle hall, picture of a, 36.

LATIN writers among ancient Britons, 17.
Cavaliers— their dress, 176; their wild life, Latin works of Anglo-Saxons, 22.

177 ; their gallantry in the field, 177 ; Latin writers of Norman times, 30.
their writings, 178.

Literary life in the eighteenth century, 294.

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Literary profession, influence of Walpole | Poetry, Latin, of the Norman times, 30.
on the, 294.

Poison, the, too strong, 221.

Prayer, the Book of Common, 88.
MACIINE, König's, 435 ; success of, in Press, liberty of the, 255.

Printing House Square, 435; Cowper and Press, the newspaper, 256.
Applegath's, 436; Hoe's, 437; the “Wal- Press, the old, 434; the Stanhope, 434

ter,” 438; influence of the printing, 440. Printers of Westminster, the old, 71.
Magazines, the, 258.

Printers, old, at work, 74.
Managers, waiting on, 298.

Printing, invention of, 72.
Manuscripts, Irish, 16.

Printing by steam, 434.
Metre, English, 358.

Prose, Anglo-Saxon, 21.
Minstrel, the Anglo-Saxon, 18.

Psalter of Cashel,” the, 16.
Minstrel and the monk, the, 35.

Puritans and Cavaliers — their influence
Minstrel, honour to the, 36; other names upon English literature, 176.

of the, 36; application of the word, 37. Puritans—their habits, 178; their hatred
Minstrels, classes of, 36; their dress, 37 ; of amusement, 179; their sincerity, 179;
decay of the craft, 38; modern. 38.

their great literary names, 179.
Minstrelsy, 38.
Miracle plays, or mysteries, 101.

REPORTING, early, 255.
Monk, the, 40.

Reviews, the, 257.
Moralities, the, 102.

Romance, English metrical, Dr. Craik's

summary of, 40.
NEWSLETTER, the, 254.

Romance, nature of the, 32.
Newspapers, earliest, 253. ...

Romance, the Norman, 29.
Newspapers and serials, 253.

Romance tongues of France, 29.
New Testament, Tyndale's translation of Romances relating to King Arthur, 32.

the, 85.
Norman-French writers, 32.

SCHOOLS, poetic, 361.

Scriptorium, the, 41.
OBJECTIVE and subjective, 362.

Semi-Saxon writers, 34.
Ormulum," the, 34.

Shameless conduct, 220.

Stage, the old, 104; its scenery, 104; the
PAPERS of the Civil War, 253.

audience, 105 ; social position of the
Papyrus, the, 11.

players, 106.
Paraphrase of Caedmon," the, 19; extract
from, 20.

THEATRES at the Restoration, 221.
Parchment and vellum, 11.

'Times," the, 255; printed by steam, 435 ;
Periodical literature, when foundation of, announcement in, 435; scene in the
laid, 257.

printing-house of, 437.
Periodical writers, 258.

Tragedy and comedy, 104, 360.
Phonetics, 15.

Triads, the Welsh, 17.
Picture, a sad, 220.
Picture-writing, 12; of old Mexico, 12. UNITIES, the three, 361.
Play, miracle, 101.
Plays and players of Old England, 101. VELLUM and parchment, 11.
Poems, epic, 360; dramatic, 360; lyric, 361. Verse, Anglo-Saxon, 18, 20.
Poems of Ossian, the, 16.

Vice, spread of, 220; what Burke said of
Poet, passage from Macaulay on word, 296. it, 222.
Poetry and criticism, notes on, 358.
Poetry and prose, 358.

WRITERS, Anglo-Norman, 28.
Poetry, inverted order of words in, 359; Writers, life of well-to-do, in days of Wal

high language of, 359; use of figures in, pole, 295.
359; essence of, 359.

Writers, periodical, 258.
Poetry of the Saxons, 38.

Writing materials, ancient, 11.

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INDEX OF AUTHORS.

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INDEX OF AUTHORS.

A'BECKETT, GILBERT ABBOTT, 505. Bentley, Richard, 251.
Abercromby, John, M.D., 431.

Beowulf, 19.
Addison, Joseph, 260.

Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne, 292.
Ainsworth, William Harrison, 514.

Berners, Lord, 98.
Aird, Thomas, 501.

Bird, Robert M., 535.
Akenside, Mark, 351.

Black, William, 518.
Alcuin, 24.

Blackie, John Stuart, 433.
Aldhelm, Abbot of Malmesbury, 23. Blackmore, R. D., 518.
Alexander, Joseph Addison, 538.

Blackstone, Sir William, 356.
Alford, Henry, 525.

Blair, Hugh, 356.
Alfred the Great, 21.

Blair, Robert, 291.
Alfric the Grammarian, 22.

Blessington, Countess of, 427.
Alison, Archibald, 429.

Bloomfield, Robert, 420.
Alison, Sir Archibald, 506.

Bolingbroke, Viscount, Henry St. John, 292.
Allingham, William, 504.

Borrow, George, 526.
Arblay, Madame D’ (Frances Burney), 424. Boswell, James, 357.
Arbuthnot, John, 251.

Bowles, William L., 419.
Arnold, Matthew, 504.

Bowring, Sir John, 433, 527.
Arnold, Thomas, 506.

Boyle, Robert, 216.
Ascham, Roger, 108.

Brassey, Lady, 528.
Audubon, John James, 537.

Brewster, Sir David, 518.
Austen, Jane, 426.

Brimley, George, 512.
Aytoun, William Edmondstoune, 502. Bronté, Charlotte, 516.

Brooks, Maria, 531.
BACON, FRANCIS, Viscount St. Albans, 155. Brooks, Shirley, 505, 518.
Bailey, Philip James, 502.

Brough, Robert B., 505.
Baillie, Joanna, 421.

Brougham, Henry Lord, 429.
Bain, Alexander, 522.

Brown, Charles Brockden, 535.
Baker, Sir Samuel White, 527.

Brown, Frances, 504.
Bale, John, Bishop of Ossory, 100.

Brown, John, D.D., 524.
Bancroft, George, 531.

Brown, Thomas, 430.
Banim, John, 518.

Browne, Sir Thomas, 215.
Barbour, John, 68.

Browne, William, 170.
Barclay, Alexander, 96.

Browning, Elizabeth (Miss Barrett), 501.
Barclay, Robert, 250.

Browning, Robert, 502.
Barham, Richard, 420.

Bruce, James, 432.
Barnes, Albert, 538.

Bruce, Michael, 419.
Barrow, Isaac, 217.

Brunton, Mary, 426.
Barrow, Sir John, 432.

Bryant, William Cullen, 529.
Barry, Gerald (Giraldus Cambrensis), 31. Brydges, Sir Egerton, 429.
Bartram, John, 539.

Buchanan, George, 112.
Baxter, Richard, 232.

Buchanan, Robert, 504.
Bayly, Haynes, 503.

Buckingham, Silk, 432.
Beattie, James, 353.

Buckland, William, 521.
Beaumont, Francis, 168,

Buckle, Henry Thomas, 508.
Beckford, William, 426.

Bunyan, John, 227.
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell, 505.

Burckhardt, John Lewis, 432.
Bede, the Venerable, 23.

Burke, Edmund, 375.
Beecher, Henry Ward, 538.

Burnaby, Frederick, 528.
Bellenden, John, 98.

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, 249,
Belzoni, John Baptist, 432.

Burnet, Thomas, 248.
Benedict, Abbot of Peterborough, 31. Burney, Frances (Madame D'Arblay), 424.
Bentham, Jeremy, 429.

Burns, Robert, 369.

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Burton, John Hill, 509.
Burton, Robert, 173.
Butler, Mann, 532.
Butler, Samuel, 223.
Butler, William Archer, 525.
Byron, Lord (George Gordon), 386.

CAEDMON, 19.
Caird, John, D.D., 525.
Calhoun, John, 536.
Camden, William, 172.
Cameron, V. L., 528.
Campbell, Charles, 532.
Campbell, Lord, 508.
Campbell, Thomas, 416.
Candlish, Robert S., D.D., 524.
Carew, Thomas, 170.
Carey, Henry, 537.
Carleton, William, 513.
Carlyle, Thomas, 494.
Carpenter, W. B., 522.
Carruthers, Robert, 509.
Carver, Jonathan, 539.
Cary, Henry Francis, 433.
Cavendish, George, 100.
Caxton, William, 71.
Chalmers, George, 424.
Chalmers, Thomas, D.D., LL.D., 522.
Chamberlayne, William, 214.
Chambers, Robert, 509.
Channing, William Ellery, 535.
Chatterton, Thomas, 354.
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 53.
Cheever, George, 539.
Cheke, Sir John, 100.
Churchill, Charles, 353.
Clapperton, Lieutenant Hugh, 432.
Clare, John, 503.
Clarke, Adam, 431.
Clarke, Edward, 432.
Clarke, Mary Cowden, 512.
Clarke, Samuel, 292.
Clay, Henry, 536.
Clough, Arthur Hugh, 504.
Cobbett, William, 427.
Coleridge, Derwent, 503.
Coleridge, Hartley, 503.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 441.
Coleridge, Sara, 503.
Collier, John Payne, 512.
Collins, Wilkie, 505, 516.
Collins, William, 351.
Colman, George, 421.
Colman, George (the younger), 421.
Columbanus, St., 17.
Combe, George, 431.

Combe, William, 429.
Congreve, William, 251.
Cook, Eliza, 504.
Cooke, Wingrove, 528.
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, Earl of Shaftes.

bury, 292.
Cooper, James Fenimore, 533.
Cotton, Charles, 214.
Coverdale, Miles, Bishop of Exeter, 99.
Cowley, Abraham, 213.
Cowper, William, 379.
Coxe, William, 424.
Crabbe, George, 393.
Craig, Isa, 504.
Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canter-

bury, 87.
Crashaw, Richard, 171.
Croker, John Wilson, 429.
Croly, George, 420.
Crowe, Catherine, 518.
Cudworth, Ralph, 215.
Cumberland, Richard, 421.
Cunningham, Allan, 420.
Cushing, Caleb, 539.

DALRYMPLE, DAVID (Lord Hailes), 424.
Dana, Richard, 531.
Daniel, Samuel, 167.
Darwin, Charles, 522.
Darwin, Erasmus, 352.
Dasent, George Webbe, 433.
Davenant, Sir William, 212.
Davis, John Francis, 527.
Davy, Sir Humphry, 430.
Defoe, Daniel, 250.
Dekker, Thomas, 173.
Denham, Sir John, 213.
Dewey, Orville, 537.
Dickens, Charles, 480.

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Dillon, Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon,
Disraeli, Benjamin, 514.
D'Israeli, Isaac, 429.
Dixon, William Hepworth, 509.
Dobell, Sydney, 502.
Doddridge, Philip, 354.
Donaldson, John William, 523.
Donne, John, 168.
Douglas, Gavin, 95.
Drayton, Michael, 167.
Drummond, William, of Hawthornden, 169
Dryden, John, 236.
Dunbar, William, 94.
Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, 26.
Dwight, Timothy, 538.
Dyce, Alexander, 512.
Dyer, John, 291.

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INDEX OF AUTHORS.

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EDGEWORTH, MARIA, 425.
Edwards, Jonathan, 537.
Eliot, George (Marian Evans), 517.
Ellesmere, Lord, 433.
Elliott, Ebenezer, 420.
Ellis, Henry, 432.
Ellis, Sarah, 512.
Elyot, Sir Thomas, 98.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 536.
Erigena (John Scotus), 25.
Eustace, John C., 432.
Evelyn, John, 215.
Everett, Alexander, 536.
Everett, Edward, 536.
Exeter, Joseph of, 30.

Gibbon, Edward, 363.
Gifford, William, 419.
Gildas, 17.
Gilfillan, George, 512.
Gladstone, William Ewart, 524.
Gleig, George, 518.
Gloucester, Robert of, 39.
Godwin, William, 426.
Goldsmith, Oliver, 334.
Goodrich, Samuel (Peter Parley), 535.
Gordon, George (Lord Byron), 386.
Gore, Catherine, 518.
Gower, John, 61.
Grahame, James, 419.
Grant, James, 518.
Grant, James A., 528.
Grattan, Thomas C., 427.
Gray, Thomas, 321.
Green, Robert, 166.
Griffin, Gerald, 518.
Griswold, Rufus, 536.
Grote, George, 506.
Guest, Edwin, 512.
Guthrie, Thomas, D.D., 523.

FABIAN, ROBERT, 98.
Falconer, William, 353.
Faraday, Michael, 521.
Farquhar, George, 252.
Ferguson, Adam, 357.
Fergusson, Robert, 419.
Ferrier, James, 522.
Ferrier, Mary, 426.
Fielding, Henry, 311.
Finlay, George, 509.
Fisher, John, Bishop of Rochester, 98.
Fletcher, Giles, 169.
Fletcher, John, 168.
Fletcher, Phineas, 169.
Flint, Timothy, 539.
Foote, Samuel, 356.
Forbes, James David, 522.
Ford, John, 170.
Ford, Richard, 526.
Forster, John, 507.
Forsyth, Joseph, 432.
Fortescue, Sir John, 70.
Foster, John, 508.
Fox, John, 100.
Francis, Philip, 432.
Franklin, Benjamin, 537.
Franklin, Sir John, 432.
Fraser, Alexander C., 522.
Fraser, James B., 432.
Frere, J. Hookham, 420.
Froude, James Anthony, 508.
Fuller, Margaret, 536.
Fuller, Thomas, 181.

HAILES, Lord (David Dalrymple), 424.
Hakluyt, Richard, 172.
Haliburton, Thomas Chandler, 534.
Hall, Anna Maria, 518.
Hall, Basil, 532.
Hall, Captain Basil, 432.
Hall, Edward, 98.
Hall, James, 535.
Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich, 173.
Hall, Robert, 431.
Hallam, Henry, 423.
Halleck, Fitz-Greene, 531.
Hamilton, Alexander, 536.
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 426.
Hamilton, Sir William, 519.
Hanna, William, LL.D., 509, 528.
Hannay, James, 516.
Hare, Julius, 524.
Harry, Blind, 70.
Hawes, Stephen, 96.
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 534.
Hazlitt, William, 427.
Head, Sir Francis, 528.
Headley, J. T., 539.
Heber, Reginald, Bishop of Calcutta, 417.
Helps, Sir Arthur, 511.
Hemans, Felicia, 417.
Henry of Huntingdon, 31.
Henry, Matthew, 251.
Henryson, Robert, 94.

Herbert, George, 171.
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GALT, JOHN, 425.
Garrick, David, 355.
Gaskell, Elizabeth, 517.
Gauden, John, 214.
Gay, John, 290.
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 31.

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