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Jacobite riot at Oxford, 1715, 145;
Jacobite insurrection, 113
Jervas, Kneller's pupil, instructs
Pope in painting, 89; paints
picture of the Miss Blounts, 66
note; portrait of Addison, 124;
portrait of Pope, now at Ma-
pledurham, 425; his house in
Cleveland-row, Pope's town re-
sidence, 136; epistle to Jervas,
154; other references, 166, 316,
351, 352

Johnson's, Dr. Samuel, London, a
poem, admired by Pope, 346;
his biography of Savage quoted,
359; his biography of Pope ad-
mirable for minuteness of detail,
405

K.

Kennett, Bishop White, diary
quoted, 103

Kent, William, "inventor of mo-

483

dern gardening," 19; succeeds
Bridgman, 170, 354

Key, Rev. D., 447; Rev. W. Key,
of Ackworth, 425
Key to the Lock, 108

King, William, D.D., Jacobite
Principal of St. Mary Hall,
Oxford, 385

Kingston, " my Lady Duchess
drunk," 135

Kueller paints for Pope a portrait
of Lady M. W. Montagu, 189;
fooled by the wits to the top
of his bent, 201, 207; Kneller
and Jervas's portraits of Pope
praised, 408

Knights of the Bathos, 270
Kyrle, John, the Man of Ross, 291

L.

Lælius, i.e. Bolingbroke, 292
Landscape gardening, Pope ex-
celled in, 19

Lawless, Cadell's shopman, 78, 406
Lawton, John, 200, 206
Leave you to your wine! 409
Legacies bequeathed by Pope, 382
Leicester House, 240, 350
Lent wit like lost money, 333
Lepell, Mary, subsequently Lady

Hervey, 5; walks by moonlight
with Pope, 135; cornet from
birth in her father's regiment,
204

Lewis, Erasmus, Swift's faithful
correspondent and prose-man,
200, 206, 239, 352, 452
Libertati et Amicitiæ, Pope's pro-
posed over-door inscription, 369
Lick at the Laureate, 372
Light-o'-love ladies, 137
Linguist, Pope's acquirements as
8, 24
Lintot. Pope contributes to his
Miscellany, 62, 66 note, 139; am-
bitionates old Jacob, 140; never
sure of translators; they trick
him, he tricks them, 141; pay-
ments by him, to Pope, 472,

473; superseded by Gilliver as
Pope's publisher, 317
Literary celebrity of Pope un-
rivalled, 139

Literary contemporaries charily
praised, 346

Little nightingale, Pope so desig-
nated, 20

Little rain revives a flower, 56
L.L.D. degree proffered to Pope,

367

Lombard-street, birthplace of
Pope, 4

London City, the imperial seat of
dulness, 266

Lost Pleiad seen no more below,

333

Lyttelton's Pastorals, corrected by
Pope, 343; Pope's death-bed
jocosery, 388; legatee in Pope's
will, 451

M.

Macpherson's Ossian, 117 note
Madan, Martin, author of Thelyp-
thora, 222

Maddish way of Pope defined, 27
Mævius, of Grub-street Journal,

Richard Russell, M.D., 272
Malade imaginaire, Pope so named,

406

Malignancy towards Lady M. W.
Montagu, 190; the cause ex-
plained, 191

Mallet's letter to Pope from Ches-
ter, 434, 436; Genoa described,
436, 437; servile adulation, 343;
edits Bolingbroke's Spirit of
Patriotism, 398; his widow pre-
sented Bolingbroke's manu-
scripts to the British Museum,

401 note

Mann, Jenny, 440
Mannock, William, 460
Manuscript libels and lampoons,

153

Mapledurham House, 64; Pope
manuscripts deposited there de-
scribed, 419-424

Mar, Countess of, 192, 194
Marble Hall, Twickenham, 321 note
Marchmont, Earl of, 368, 381, 383,

386, 387, 394, 395, 396
Markland, John, 120 note; Cythe-
reia, 241

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Marlborough and Bolingbroke,
their characters inconsistent,
109; Pope's character of Marl-
borough extant, 393
Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of,
346, 348, 352, 392, 393
Maternal descent of Pope, 10
Maubert, portrait painter, 201, 209
Memoirs of Scriblerus, 363
Methuen, Sir Paul, a thorough
coxcomb and a little mad, 199,
202

Millennium, Pope's fancies respect-
ing, 235

Milton, familiar with forest scenery,
19; window lines at Chalfont St.
Giles, 346

Misanthropy of Swift, 235
Molière's Tartuffe, the original of
Cibber's Nonjuror, 158
Money, Pope's constant grasping,
injurious to his fame, 395
Montagu, Lady M. W., Pope's
bright particular star, 134; Ec-
logues, 152, 179; toast of the
Kit-Cat Club, 179; Pope's dar-
ling theme, 178, 190; portrait
painted by Kneller, for Pope,
189; Pope's legacy-hunting fic-
tion, 410

Monuments in Twickenham church
described, 403, 404

Moore, Arthur, "a venal politi-
cian," 70, 199, 245
Moore-Smythe, James, the "phan-
tom" of the Dunciad, 70, 71, 245,
247, 270, 272, 276

Most impudent man living, i.e.
Warburton, 400

Mother of Pope, his affection to-

wards her, 13; her death, 303;
portrait pencilled by Richard-
son, 303; obelisk raised to her
memory, 304

INDEX.

Murray, William, subsequently
Earl of Mansfield, 348, 352, 357,
363, 386, 402

N.

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Oakley Bower, Lady Hervey's, 406
Obelisk memorial of Pope's mo-
ther, 304, 316
October Club, 133

Odyssey, involves Pope in diffi-
culties, 232, 234, 317; Essay on,
by Spence, 236

Oldmixon's horse discharges a
debt, 140; repudiation of Pope's
libel, 150

Oldsworth, quickest translator in
England, 141

Oliver, William, M.D., of Bath, 173
Ornamental gardening, Pope's effi-
ciency in, 176
Orrery, Earl of, 365, 449

Overturned in coach and six, 238
Oxford, Edward Harley, Earl of,
"feeble and procrastinating," 109,
200, 206

Oxford, Pope's journey on horse-
back, 139, 144, 405

P.

485

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Parthenissa, i.e. Martha Blount,
71, 438

Patriot King, Pope's surreptitious
edition destroyed, 396, 398
Peterborough, Lord, at Bath, caters
for dinner, 139; visitor at Twick-
enham, 171, 328; bequeaths his
watch to Pope, 451
Petre, Lord, 107

Phillips, Ambrose, threatens to
chastise Pope, 94, 130
Phillips, Rev. Thomas, Martha
Blount's executor, 403
Philomede, 316

Pia fraudes of the Romish Church
despised by Pope, 290
Plumptre, John, 443; his wife
Annabella, ib.

Poor authors Pope's special aver-
sion, 133

Pop upon Pope, by Lady M. W.
Montagu, 268, 269

Pope family, as Papists, driven
abroad, 8

Pope from infancy a prodigy, 19;
learned nothing at school, 20;
early poetical aptitude, 25; no
musician, 88; a decidedly for-
midable personage, 44; gayest
period of life, 133; a crooked
mind in a crooked body, 214;
indulged in ignoble personal
satire, 245; ever involved in
misconception or stratagem, 87;
political liberality, 113, 164;
Papist and Protestant by turns,

461

Radcliffe's sensible advice to Pope,

28

Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd ad-
mired by Pope, 94

163; a Deist, believing in a fu- | Rackett family particularised, 459,
ture state, 390 note; misrepre-
sented by Warburton, 92
Pope monuments in Twickenham
Church, 403, 404
Pope's paternal descent, 6, 319;
no trace of Pope's grandfather,
7; his father perverted to Popery,
6; Pope's pedigree repudiated,
7, 320; asserts his descent, 5;
death of Pope's father, 160, 161,
165

Pope's pecuniary position on his
father's decease, 166
Pope's Pastorals, 28, 46, 49
Pope's sword tied with a cord, 187;
his head adopted by "shame-
less" Curll as a sign, 324; full-
length portrait of Pope, 407
Pope, Rev. Alexander, minister of
Reay, N.B., 9, 10, 462
Portland, Duchess of, 393
Poyntz, Peterborough's nephew-
in-law, 330 note, 331
Pretender, Atterbury's attempt to
proclaim him, 110; "Poor and
timid," 214; threatened inva-
sion of England, 382
Prior, Matthew, 200, 205, 339
Prior Park, Bath, 379
Prodigal Son, drawing by Pope,
462

Prompter, a periodical paper, by
Aaron Hill, 287
Pulteney, William, created Earl
of Bath, 353

Q.

Queensberry family honour Gay
with a splendid funeral, 300;
the Duchess's letters to Swift,
409

Queen's-day, anti-Romish proces-
sion, 55 note, 440

R.

Rackett, Mrs. Magdalen, Pope's
half-sister and legatee, 16 note,
382, 452, 454, 456, 458

Rape of the Lock, 62, 102, 105, 416;
characters defined, 107; Key to
the Lock, 108
Reed, Isaac, 262

Remainder of Pope's publications
unsaleable, 457

Reynolds's meeting with Pope in
an auction-room, 23
Richardson, the artist, Pope's asso-
ciate, 303, 346, 386; Richard-
son, junior, 377
Robertson, the historian, erro-
neous estimate of Ossian, 117
note; solicitude while dying re-
specting his fruit-trees, 390 note
Robinson, Mrs. Anastasia, Countess
of Peterborough, her marriage
avowed, 329 note

Robinson's Coffee-house fray, 42

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Santlow, Mrs., Marlborough's mis- | Shakspeare Restored, by Theobald,

tress, afterwards Mrs. Barton
Booth, 137, 200, 205
Sappho, an orthodox lady, 38, 40,
44. See Mrs. M. Nelson, 195
note; 431, 432
Sappho, Pope's, Lady M. W. Mon-
tagu, 218, 302, 309
Satire, Pope's proneness to, 24
Satirists eternise scribblers, 237
Satis beatus ruris honoribus, 227
Savage, Richard, 264, 272, 274,
322 note, 358; particulars of his
midnight brawl with Sinclair,

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Searle, John, Pope's gardener,
171, 379, 402, 445, 449, 452, 454,
456

Sedan-chair, Pope rowed in one on
the Thames, 381

Self-portraiture, a delusion derived
from habit, 412
Self-tuition, Pope's system of, 27
Sentimental fopperies, 71
Settle, Elkanah, 265
Severus, Emperor, infinity of
names, 41.

Sewell, George, M.D., poetical
editor, 141

Shadwell, Dr., 84, 85 note
Shaftesbury's Characteristics much
read, 54, 296

Shakspeare's Plays, edited by Pope,
217, 231, 232, 236
Shakspeare's Plays, edited by
Theobald, 232

232, 266

Shelley's Alastor commended, 90
Sherwin, Rev. Dr., 305, 308
Sleeping at the dinner-table, 409
Smedley, Jonathan, Chaos of Odd
Scraps, 251, 267

Smollett's meeting of Grub-street
authors, 140

Snuff taken by Dryden and Pope,
408; Parthenissa, i.e. Martha
Blount, a snuffer, 440; Pope's
snuff-box bequeathed to his
namesake, 461

Sober Advice from Horace fla-
grantly indecent, 315
Southcote, Thomas, Abbé

of

Avignon, 28, 86, 306, 315, 349
South Sea Scheme, Pope's infatu-
ation, 195

Spectacles obstinately rejected by
Swift, 350

Spectator, Pope's verses in, 60
Spence, Rev. Joseph, 236, 387,
388, 405; rivals Pope as a land-
scape gardener, 402

Sprat, Bishop, amenities and fa-
miliarities of correspondence de-
fined, 338

Stage, Pope fascinated by the, 137
Stanhope, Sir William, succeeding

occupier of Pope's villa, 168, 458
Stanton Harcourt described, 182-
185

State Dunces, by Paul White-
head, 349

Statius, Pope's translation revised
by Henry Cromwell, 35
Steele's commendatory letter to
Pope, 57; Poetical Miscellanies,
109; Englishman, a periodical
paper, 121

Steevens, George, editor of Addi-

tions to Pope's works, 197 note, 388
Stella, 237, 240, 241
Stoneham, Rev. Thompson, 90, 463
Stonor, 85 note

Stowe, Lord Cobham's seat, visited
by Pope, 316, 331, 376

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