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Opera, Introd. lxv; i. 149, 270 sqq.

Red Bull, Theatre, i. 58, 155.
Orrery, Roger Boyle, Lord, In- Rehearsal, The, ii. 21.

trod. xxxi; i. i n.; Mustapha, Revolution (1688), ii. 38, 241.
100, 209.

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, on Nature,
Otway, Mr., ii.
145

Introd. lix; his notes on Du
Ovid, passim, i. 15; 53, 93, 222,

Fresnoy, De Arte Graphicâ,
255; ii. 9, 109, 121, 194, 219,

Introd. lxviii.
246 sqq.; Epistles, i. 230 sqq. Rhyme in the Drama, i. 5, 67, 78,
Owen's Epigrams, ii. 27, 224. 90 sqq., 112 sqq., 148 sqq.

Rigaltius, editor of Juvenal, ii.
Pacuvius, ii. 61.

68, &c.
Paterculus, Velleius, i. 37, 42, 44, Rochester, Lord, Introd. lxi; i.
67, 89.

199 n.; ii. 18, 153, 225, 258.
Pedro the Cruel, ii. 38 n.

Romances, French, i. 55, 155,
Perrault, ii. 6.

157.
Persius, ii. 22, 61, 69 sqq.

Ronsard, on use of technical terms
Peterborough, Earl of, ii. 242. in poetry, Introd. xxxiii; on the
Petrarch, ii. 248, 255.

Æneid, ii. 204.
Petronius, i. 33, 152, 267; ii. 3, Roscommon, Earl of, i. 237, 239,
40, 66, 83, 151.

251, 257, 263; ii. 149, 222,
Philostratus, ii. 123.

244.
· Pindaric' verse,

Introd. lxiv; i. Ruaeus, ii. 178 n., 204.
77, 267.

Kymer, Mr., Introd. Ixvi; i. 206
Plato, i. 219; Symposium, ii. 97. (“my friend'), 211; ii, 2 (the
Platonic philosophy, ii. 34.

corruption of a poet is the
Plautus, i. 54.

generation of a critic'), 5 n.,
Pliny the younger, i. 19.

6 n., 28, 249 11.
Pontanus, ii. 204.
Porta, Baptista, ii. 262..

St. Evremond, on the difference
Poussin, ii. 131.

between French and English,
Primum Mobile, i. 70 n.

Introd. xiv; ii. 166 n., 202 1.,
Propertius, i. 236.
Pulci, ii. 165.

Sandys, i. 100, 230; ii. 247 (the
Puns in sermons, ii. 95.

best versifier of the former age').

Sarrasin, Introd. xxxv, xxxvii.
Quarles, ii. 221.

Scaliger (the elder), i. 9, 48; ii.
Quinault, i. 68.

3 sq., 45, 71; and passim in
Quintilian, i. 164, 202 ; ii. 53. the Discourse on Satire, 164.

Scaramucha, ii. 55.
Racine, Phèdre, i. 194; Bajazet, Scarron, ii. 107.
218; Esther, ii. 144.

Scudéry, M. de, Introd. XXV;
Radcliffe, Lord, ii. 1.

preface to Alaric, quoted, liv;
Raphael, ii. 120, 199.

Alaric referred to, i. 12 ; ii. 28,
Rapin, i. 181, 190, 210, 228.

165.

219 n.

Sylvester, his translation of Du

Bartas, i. 189, 247.

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Scudéry, Mademoiselle de, ii. 268.
Segrais, ii. 165 n.; Dedication of

the Æneis, passim.
Seneca, rhetorician, on Ovid, i. 93,

234.
- his tragedies, i. 53, 105, 116.
- the mock deification of Claudius

by, ii. 67.
Shakespeare, i. 6, 54, 79, 226;

his faults, 165, 172, 224 sqq. ;
Falstaf, 84, 215; Troilus and
Cressida, 203 ; Merry Wives,

212; Tempest, 219.
Shrewsbury, Duke of, ii. 244.
Sidney, Sir Philip, i. 7; that

admirable Wit,' 173, 189; ii.

230.
Silli, ii. 51.
Similes out of Season, i. 223;

ii. 140, 202.
Sophocles, Edipus, i. 213; Edi-

pus Colenæus, 217; Antigone,

218.
Spanish critics, Dryden's debt to,

Introd. xxxvi.
Spanish Friar, ii. 147.
Spanish plays, i. 60, 69, 83, 208,

279.
Spenser, i. 153, 247; ii. 28, 38,

109, 165, 173, 182, 218, 223,
229, 234, 247, 259; Shepherd's
Calendar, i. 266; Mother Hub.
bard's Tale, ii. 67; wanted
only to have read the rules of

Bossu,' 220.
Speroni, Sperone, i. 256.
Stapylton, Sir Robert, Slighted

Maid, i. 209; ii. 145; Juvenal,

ii. 92, 112.
Statius, i. 184, 247;-ii. 26, 149.
Stelluti, ii. 69 sqq.
Strada, i. 246 n.
Suckling, Sir John, i. 35, 171.
Swan, Mr., ii. 95 n.

Tacitus, ii. 88, 258.
Tasso, Bernardo, ii. 182.

Torquato, his critical opinions,
Introd. xix ; i. 256 ; ii. 194; 'the
most excellent of modern poets,'
i. 145, 155, 190; ii, 27, 32, 109,
178, 182, 191, 204; his Aminta,

i. 265.
Tassoni, ii, 106.
Terence, i. 42; Eunuch, 41, 48, 49,

51, 65; Heautontimorumenos,
48; Adelphi, 50; 'all his plays

have double actions,' 208.
Theocritus, his Eidullia, i. 183,

265.
Tragedy, i. 101; ii. 42, 157 sqq. ;
the Grounds of Criticism in,

207 sqq.
Tragi-comedy, i. 57, 60; ii. 146.
Translation, i. 237 sqq., 251 sqq.
Trumball, Sir William, ii. 242.
Tuke, Sir Samuel, ii. 14; The

Adventures of Five Hours, i.

69, 83.
• Turns of words and thoughts,

ii. 10, 108, 219, 257.
Tyrannic Love (St. Catherine and

Maximin), ii. 126, 147.

Unities, Dramatic, Introd. xxxix

sqq.; i. 38 sqq., 57, 75, 125 sqq.,
192 ; 'mechanic beauties of the
plot,' 212; ii. 158.

Valois, ii. 166, 201.
Varronian (Menippean) Satire, ii.

64 sqq., 105.
Verse, English, ii. 10, 110, 215

$99., 259.
Vida, ii. 43.
Virgil, passim, i. 15, 255; ii. 36,

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