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FOURNEL, Le Théâtre au xviie Siècle ; La Comédie. 1892.
GARNETT, R., The Age of Dryden. 1895.
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INDEX

Absalom and Achitophel, ii. 67,

93, 271.
Addison, Mr., ii. 235 n., 244.
Aeschines, ii. 74.
Aeschylus, i. 202, 221.
Alberti, ji. 120.
Ancients and Moderns, the question

as disputed in the seventeenth
century, Introd. xxiii sqq., lxvi;
i. 34, 36-31; ii. 6 (Perrault),

26.
Andronicus, Livius, ii. 57 sqq.
Apollonius, his Argonauts, i. 180.
Apuleius, ii, 67.
Ariosto, i. 150; ii. 26, 32, 155,

165, 182, 220.
Aristophanes, i. 85; ii. 57, 99.
Aristotle, i. 38, 207, 221; ii. 146,
156, 249 n.

Criticism first in-
stituted by, i. 179.
Arthur, King, plan of an epic poem

on, ii. 38, 272.
Augustus, his tragedy, i. 3; his

epigram, 231; Najestas, ii. 89.

ii. 227

Balzac, Phyllarque on,
Bamboccio, ii. 119.
Barclay, Jean, i. 6 n.; ii. 67..
Beaumont and Fletcher, i. 80, 146;

Philasler, 166; Maid's Tragedy,

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Betterton, Mr., i. 204, 279.
Black Friars, theatre, i. 175.
Blackmore, ii. 244 n., 270, 272 11.
Blank Verse, i. 6, 91; ii. 29.
Boccace, ii. 231; Preface to Fables,

passim.
Boccalini, ii. 193.
Bochartus, ii. 193.
Boiardo, ii. 165.
Boileau, Introd. xli, lx; i. 181;

ii. 26 (“the admirable'), 32 (on
machines), 103 (his Satires), 106

(Le Lutrin).
Bossu, the best of modern critics,

i. 211, 218; ii. 43, 136.
Bowyer, Sir William, ii. 243.
uckhurst, Lord, Thomas Sack-
ville, author of Gorboduc, i. 6.

Charles Sackville (Eugenius
in the Essay), i. 23 (Earl of

Dorset); ii. 2 n., 15 sqq., 239.
Buckingham, Duke of, ii. 246 n.;

see Zimri.
Buffon, on the dignity of general

terms, Introd. xxiv.
Burnet, Bp. of Salisbury, ii. 76.

205 n., 218.
Bellori, ii. 117 sq9
Berkenhead, Sir John, i. 122.

Caesar, Julius, i. 26, 42, 105 ;

ii. 56.
Camoens, author of the Lusiads,

i. 190.
Caracci, ii. 130.
Caravaggio, ii. 119.

1

Corneille, Thomas, i. 68, 76, 1.,

145
Cowley, Mr., i. 35, 139, 154, 184,

186, 188, 237, 239, 263, 267,
272; ii. 19, 108, 218, 222, 229,

244, 258, 264.
Creech, Thomas, i. 264; ii. 226.
Crites (Sir Robert Howard), i. 28.
Cudworth, Dr., ii. 187.

Dacier. See Preface to Juvenal,

passim ; ii. 136.
Dampier, ii. 226.
Daniel, his Defence of Rhyme,

i. 97

Dante, i. 274; ii. 169, 248.
D'Aubignac (Hédelin), Abbé, his

Pratique du Théâtre, Introd.

xxxvi.
D'Avenant, Sir William, i. 7; ii.

7
133; Gondiber!, stanza of, i. 12;

Siege of Rhodes, 97, 150.
Demosthenes, i. 256; ii. 74.
Denham, Sir John, i. 7, 35,

238 sqq.; ii. 108, 217, 222,

259.
Dennis, ii. 32 n.
Derby, Earl of, ii. 242.
Descartes, ii. 16.
Dolben, Gilbert, Esq., ij. 243.
Donne, Dr., i. 52 ; ii. 19, 102.
Dorset; see Buckhurst.
Drake, Dr., ii. 261.
Du Bartas; see Sylvester.
Du Fresnoy, his poem De Arle

Graphicii, ii. 115 sqq.

281;

Caro, Hannibal, i. 256 ; ii. 29, 220.
Casaubon, Preface to Juvenal,

passim.
Castiglione, ii. 120.
Catullus, ii. 110, 129.
Chapelain, author of La Pucelle,

Introd. xxv, xxviii, xxxv; La
Pucelle referred to, i. 12 ; ii. 28,

165.
Chapnian, George, i. 12, 246; ii.

9, 11, 14, 229.
Charles II, the excellency of his
manners, i. 176; death, 280,

fair words, ii. 38; on
impartiality, 69; puns at the

court of, 95.
Chaucer, i. 203; ii. 241, 247 sqq.;

• followed Nature,' 257, 258.
Chedreux, i. 195 n.
Chetwood, Knightly, ii. 235 n.
Chevalier d’Agneaux, le, the

brothers Robert and Antoine,

translated Virgil, ii. 189, 220.
Cicero (Tully), i. 26, 30, 256 ;

ii. 63, 118.
Claudian, i. 9, 255.

.
Cleveland, John, i. 5 ..
Clevelandism, i. 31.
Collier, Mr., ii. 251 N., 272.
Comedy, 134 sqq.
Condé, Prince of, ii. 273.
Congreve, Mr., ii. 12, 235.
Copernican System, ii. 103 n.
Corneille, Pierre, Dryden's relation

to, Introd. xix sqq.; on Unity
of Action, xxxix sqq. ; i. 40, 64;
ii, 157; of Time, Introd. xliii; of
Place (lieu théâtral), xlvii

sqq.;
i. 37; liaison des scènes, 40; The
Liar, 68; Polyeucte, 71; Cinna,
71; Pompey, 71, translated,
24 n.; Andromede, 74; on the
Unities, 75; The Cid, 83; his
influence on Davenant, 149.

Edward, the Black Prince, con-

sidered as possible subject for

an epic poem, ii. 38.
Ennius, ii. 60, 259.
Erasmus, ii. 67.
Eugenius (Lord Buckhurst), i. 28.
Euripides, i. 48; Iphigenie in

Aulis, 205; Hippolytus, 210;

Cyclops, ii. 50.
Evelyn, Mr., i. 264.
Exeter, Earl of, ii. 243.

Fabrini, ii. 243.
Fairfax, ii. 247, 259.
Fèvre, Tanneguy le, ii. 166, 201.
Fleckno, ii. 27.
Fletcher, John, i. 54, 72, 165, 172,

217, 228 ; Rollo, 60, 217; King
and no King, 65, 212, 220 ;
Scornful Lady, 66; ii. 142, 147 ;

Faithful Shepherdless, i. 78, 166,
V217 218; Humorous Lieutenant,

166 ; Chances, revised by Duke
of Buckingham, 174 n.; Valen-

tinian, 218.
French critics, ii. 178.

Introd. liii, lvi, lx, lxvii ; i. 153,
187, 199; ii. 32 sqq., 190,
209-210, 254, 272 ; 'the greatest
work of human nature,' ii. 43,

154.
Hippocrates, ii. 134.
Hobbes, Mr., i. 153, 259; ii. 248 ;

his translation of Homer, 252.
Hobbs, Dr., ii 244.
Holyday, Barten, ii. 73, 92, 94,

96, 101, 111 sqq.
Homer, passim ; Dryden's Al-

manzor copied from Homer's
Achilles, i. 155; moral of the

Iliad, 213; ii. 12 sq., 251 sqq.
Horace, passim ; i. 38, 45, 51, 163,

171, 215, 266 sqq.; ii. 47; his

Satires, 77 sqq.
Howard, Sir Robert, Introd. 1;

letter to (Preface to Annus
Mirabilis), i. 10; Indian Queen,
100; Duke of Lerma, 110;
that excellent person,' ii. 186,

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Gorboduc, i. 5.
Gothic manner, ii. 146.
Gower, ii. 258.
Guarini, his Pastor Fëdo, i. 265,

273; ii. 103, 147.
Guibbons, Dr., ii. 244.
Guido Reni, ii. 120.
Guise, Duke of, the late, i. 158.

232 n.

Hudibras, ii. 105.

Imagination, Dryden's account of,

Introd. xxxiv; i, 15.
Italian Tongue, corruption of,

ascribed to false wit of preach-
ers, i. 174 n.

Hales, John, i. 80.
Harington, Sir John, ii. 259.
Hart, Mr., acted Dorante in The

Liar, i. 68.
Haughton, Lord, i. 244.
Heinsius, i. 143, 235 ; ii. 44, and

passim in the Discourse on

Satire, 164.
Heroic Plays, Introd. lii sqq.; i.

Johnson, Dr., on Dryden's prose,

148 sqq. (Essay, prefixed to The

Conquest of Granada), 246.
Heroic Poem, Introd. xv sqq., xxi ;

i. 150 sqq., 181 sqq. ; ii. 26 sqq.,
127; the moral (allegory), In-
trod. lxii; i. 213; 'machines,'

Introd. xxvi.
Jonson, Ben, i. 69, 81, 114, 138,

160, 237; ii. 17; on the Unity
of Action, Introd. xxxix ; i. 41 ;
imitator of the Ancients, 43;
Sejanus, 60; Catiline, 60, 75,
157, 167 sqq; Magnetic Lady,
65; The Fox, 73; Sad Shepherd,
78; The Silent Woman, Examen
of, 83 sqq.; Bartholomew Fair,
87; ii. 256; Alchemist, i, 141,

on

275; his faults of language, 167; Mackenzie, Sir George, ii. 108.
and of wit, 173.

Macrobius, i. 42, 91; ii. 166, 197,

i
Julian, the Emperor, ii. 67.

204.
Junius and Tremellius, ii. 204. Maevius, ii. 164 n.
Juvenal, i 54, 200; Discourse on

Maidwell, Mr., ii. 99.
Satire, passim.

Malherbe, ii. 217.

Manilius, ii. 214 n., 226.
Ketch, Jack, his wise, ii. 93.

Marini, ii. 225.
Killigrew, Mr. Charles, ii. 67. Martial, i. 32 1., 42 n., 103 n.,

189; ii. II 1., 24, 27, 217, 223,
Laberius, i. 91.

2 24, 258 n.
Language: French words and

Mascardi, ii. 103.
phrases, i. 5, 170; "an altera-

Maximus Tyrius, ii. 119.
tion lately made in ours,' 164; Ménage, i. 46 n.
* preposition in the end of the Merlin Coccaius, ii. 106.
sentence,' 168; no English pros- Mesnardière, M. de la, his Poëtique,
odia, ii. 110, 217; 'our old Introd. xxxvii ; scenery,
Teuton monosyllables,' 234.

quoted, xlvi.
Lauderdale, Duke of, i, 120 n. Milbourne, ii. 266, 270.
Earl of, ii. 234.

Milton, John, the deceased author
Le Clerc, ii. 220.

of Paradise Lost, i. 178 sqq.,
Lee, Nathaniel, i. 179 11.; ii. 142 n. 268 ; ii. 28, 37, 109, 165, 212,
Leicester, Earl of, ii. 264, 266. 223; the poetical son of Spenser,
Lely, Sir Peter, i. 254 n.

247.
Le Moine, Father, his heroic poem Molière, i. 68, 88.
of St. Louis, ii. 28, 165.

Montaigne, i. 193; ii. 171, 255.
Lentulus, ii. 127.

Morelli, Dr., ii. 221.
Lidgate, ii. 258.

Moyle, Mr. Walter, ii. 138, 184.
Lisideius (Sir Charles Sedley), Mulgrave, Earl of, ii. 14; his
i. 28.

Essay on Poetry, i. 263; ii. 162;
Longinus, after Aristotle the (Marquis of Normanby), ii. 128;

greatest critic amongst the Dedication of the Æneis, 154.
Greeks, i. 179, 185, 186, 202,
206, 220 sq. ; ii. 253.

Nature, the idea of, in seventeenth-
Lope de Vega, Introd. xlii; ii.

century criticism, Introd. xxiv
139.

sqq., lix sqq.; ii. 125 sqq., 257;
Lucan, i. 11 11., 13, 152 ; ii. 3 sq., "the original rule,' i. 183; Aris-
149.

totle and Horace, her inter-
Lucian, ii. 66.

preters, ibid. ; ii. 156.
Lucilius, i. 55, 163; ii. 61, 85. Normanby; see Mulgrave.
Lucretius, i. 187, 200, 258; ii. 199.

Edipus, by Dryden and Lee, ii.
Mac Fleckno, ii. 67.

146. I 2082
Machines; see Heroic Poem. Ogilby, i, 253, 271.

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