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| Langhorne, Dr. 140 note.

Latin, Milton would have it pro.
Icon Basilike, 272.

nounced in the foreigo mode,
........... answered, 273.

449.
........... suspected by Milton | Laud, abp. 173.

not to be written by king | Lauder, 281.
Charles, 283.

...... his attempt to defame Ma.
......... written by Dr. Gau I ton, 549.
den, 286.

Lawes, Henry, 65.
...........its great fale, 293 Leighton, Dr. 174 note.
note.

L'Estrange, Gir Roger, his answer
Ireland, rebellion of the catholics to Milton, 426.
in, 254.

Leven, earl of, 241.
...... massacre in, 255.

Ley, lady Margaret, 199.
Ireton, 242, 245 434.

.... James, earl of Marlborough,
..... his death, 377.

199.
Liberty of conscience, 184 note,

414.
..................a republic

most favourable 10, 421.
James II. his visit to Milton, 446 | Licenser of the press revived by
. note.

Charles the Second, 459.
Jane, a lawyer of Gray's Inn, 341. Lindsey, earl of, 435 note.
Jenkins, fir Leoline, 504.

Long parliament, 170, 178, 398.
Fodrell, Mr. 506.

......... diffolved by Crom-
Johnson, Dr. strictures on his life well, 378.

and criticisms on Milton, 3,31, ............. revived, 410.
127, 159 note, 281 note, 444 | Love, Mr. his execution, 374.
noie, 446 note, 477 note, 482 Lucretius, 158.
note, 501 note, 562.

Ludlow, 245, 264 note, 462 note.
.......... his connexion with | Luther, 252 note.

Lauder's affair, 550.
Jones, fir Wm. 22 note, 509 note,

522 541.
Fortin, Dr. 487.

Mabbot, Gilbert, refigns the office
Junius, Francis, 342, 512 note.

of licenser of the press, 220.
Juxon, billiop, 297, 281 note.

Magistrates, tenure of, 245.

Malatefii, 92.
K.

Manilius, 157.

Manf, Giovanni Battista, marquis
King, Edward, 67, 542.

of Villa, 103, 100 note, 124
Kings, tenure of, 248.

note, 465 note.
..... their responsibility not in-

| ...... poem to, 107, 11).
| Marino, 107 note.

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compatible with christianity,

Marlborough, earl of, 99.
253.

Marshal, Stephen, 191.

Marvell, Andrew, 371 note, 405,
L.

429, 484.

............. his letter to
Laing, 184 note, 294 note.

Milion on having presented his
Lambert, major general, 264 pote, Second Defence to Cromwell,
432.

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Marvell, Andrew, account of him, | Alilion, panegyrics on him there.96.
406 note.

...... bis scazouis on SalGlli's ill-
...................... of the ness, 97, 98.

death of his father, 407 note. 1 ......... epigram to Leonora
M:k, a dramatic piece, what, 63. singing, 98.
Mafon, 493.

....... Italian sonnet to her,
May, 43, 436 note.

101.
Millar, Mr. 162.

.. goes to Naples, 103.
Millington, the auctioneer, 286 1 ...... his poem to Maplo, 107,
note, 439.

111, 5.11.
Milton, family of, 5.

...... projects an epic poem, 113,
....., account of his father, 6. 115, 110, 150, 404.

. his brother Christopher, 7. 1...... prevented from visiting Si-
...... fifier Anne, 8.

cily and Greece by the troubles
... birth, 9.

in England, 119.
...... porirait of him, ib, 530. ..... revisits Rome, 120.
... his education, 10.

....... Florence, 121.
.... entered at Christ's College,

...... goes to Venice, ib.
Cambridge, 19.

........ Geneva, 122.
...... flander respecting lis con ...... did not take a superficial

due and treatment at the uni view of Italy, 123.
versity, 20.

...... returns to England, 125.
...... accused of false quantity, ...... his poem to the memory
21 note, 131.

of bis friend Deodati, 127.
...... an early poet, 36, 37. .... realons why he wroie in
...... his progress in poetry, 37. | Englislı, 147 note,

.......poem on the death of ...... engages in controversy,
an infant, 38,

151, 170.
......... Ode on the morning of ...... educates his two pephews,
Christ's nativity, 40.

I and fome others, 153.
......... Latin poenis, 43. ...... hence called a schoolmal.
...... letter from him to a friend ,ter, 154.

in defence of his studies, 47. ...... his conduct in this respect
...... leaves the univerfty, 51. examined, 154.

. his Arcades, 56, 57. .......... plan of inftru&ion, 155.
..... Comus, 50, 59.

...... removes from St. Bride's
... Lycidas, 56, 67.

10 Aldersgate street, 101.
... l'Allegro, 56, 76. ...... abliemious, 102.

...il Penierofo, 50, 76. ...... bis fecond elegy to Deo-
.... publithed with diffidence, dati, 103, 107 note.

........ books of Reformation
.... his letter to Deodati, 71. I touching Church-government in

death of bis mother, 54. England, 180.
.... letter to him from sir H. .. ..... antwers to Hall's De-
Wotton, 85.

fence of Episcopacy, i 37.
.... travels to Paris, 89. 1........ Animadversions on the
.... proceeds to Italy, 00.

Remonftrant's Defence, 191.
...... tops at Florence, ib. ......... Apology for Smedtym-
....., applauses he received there, nuus, 193.
91, 92.

1 ...... marries, 197.
...... his skill in the Italian lan- | ...... his wife leaves him, 198,
guage, 93.

199.
...... vilits Rome, 94.

...... receives more pupils, 108.

Milton,

Milto:1, his father comes to regde, Milton, bis Defence of the People
with him, 108.

I of England, 311, 335, 312.
......... Doctrine and Discipline ..... defended from a charge of
of Divorce, 200.

falseboud, 320 nute.
......... Judgment of Martin ...... his account of bis loss of

Bucer concerning Divorce, 201. fight, 332.
......... Tetrachordon, 201. ...... answers to Milton's De.
......... Colaftcrion, 201.

fence, 339, 340, 351.
...... fummoned before the house ...... bireb of his third daugh.
of Lords, 201.

ter, 343.
...... pays his addresses to Miss 1 ...... date of his blindness, 344.
Davis, 205.

...... his sonnet to Cyriac Skin-
...... reconciled to his wife, 206. I ner on bis lots of light, 346
...... his Treatise on Education, ...... marriage and death of bis
208.

second wife, 350.
.........Areopagitica, on the li- | ... ... sonnet on the death of his
berty of the prels, 212.

wife, 351.
...... an edition of his poems ...... his second Defence, 353,
published, 222.

362.
...... remarks on his sonnets, ...... answer to this, 359.
225.

...... his Defence of himself in
..... criticism on his ode to his reply, 359.

poems sent to the Bodleian li ...... account of bimself, 365.
brary, 235 note.

...... his panegyric of Cromwell,
...... his eldest daughter born,

381.
237.

...... engaged in three great
...... the Powells leave his house, works, 397.
239.

...... his Latin Thesaurus, 397,
...... birth of his second daugh.

403.
ter, 240.

.. Paradise Lost, 404, 456,
...... removes to High Holborn, I

| 406.

...... publishes fir Walter Ra-
...... his Tenure of Kings and Jeigl's Cabinet Council, 405.
Magiftrates, 2.16, 248.

...... Marvell made joint lecre-
......... Oblervations on the Tary with him, ib.
Peace with the Irislı, 254.

.. bis Treatise of Civil Power
......... Hittory of England, in Ecclcgattical Cuures, 413.
259, 397, 150.

......... Likelieft Means to re-
...... appointed Latin ficretary, move Hirelings out of the
262.

Church, 114.
...... his Iconoclastes, 272. ......... Present Means and Brief
...... vindicated against the Delineation of a free Common-
charge of forgery, 297.

wealih, 416.
...... answers to his Iconoclastcs, ......... Ready and Easy Way

to establish a free Common.
...... removes to Charing Crofs. I wealth, 117.

and thence to Scotland yard, ...... answers to his Tracts on a
298.

Commonwealili, 424.
...... birth of his fon, ib. 1 ...... his Notes on Dr. Griffith's
...... removes to Peity France, | Sermon, 125.
ib.

I ...... answered by Lefrange,
...... answers Salmafius, 3-10. I 420.

Milton,

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503.

Jlilon, at the Restoration secreted Milton, report of his grave haring
in Bar:bo'omew Close, 420. I been opened, 503.

... said to have had a mock ...... his person, 506.
funeral, ib. note.

...... habits, 507.
...... his life saved chiefly by .... character, 512, 526.
fir W. Davenant, 428.

... erudirion, 516.
...... taken into custody, 438.

... politics, 517.
...... rents a house in Holborn,

, religion, 522.
439.

.....children, 527.
...... removes to Jewen Atreet, ...... portraits of him, 530.
ibid.

.. his ver les to his father, 533.
.............. Artillery Walk, Milionists, 204.
Bunhill Fields, ib.

Minds of high powers, intent on
...... lodges with Millington the knowledge, above licentious in-
au&ioneer, ib:

dulgences, 33.
...... marries his third wife,440. Minji:ull, Eliz. Milton's third wife,
...... his nuncupative will, 141, 440, 444 note.

Monarchy and a republic contrast.
...... ill behaviour of his daugh ed, 421.
ters, 442.

Monk, 416.
...... his Accidence commenced ..... strictures on his chara&er
Grammar, 445.

and conduct, 411.
......... edition of Raleigh's. A- | Monneron, M. 485 note.
phorisms of State, ih.

More, Alexander, 352, 360 note.
...... visited by James duke of .............. replies to Milton,
York, 446 note.

359.
...... retires to Chalfont on ac- | Morgann, Maurice, 81 note.
count of the plague, 450.

..............., chara&er of
...... Paradise Regained suggest him, 82 note.
ed to him, 451.

Morhoff, 499.
...... returns to London, 451. Morrice, secretary, 428.
...... his Paradise Lost, 456,466. Mosely, Humphrey, 222.
....., apprehensive of aisalsina- Moulin, Du, 30 note, 341, 351,
tion, 462.

360, 361 note, 513.
.. his genius moft vigorous in
winter, 476.
......... manner of compofing,
482.
...... Paradise regained, 486. Namancos, 69 note.

..... Samson Agonistes, 490. Nafeby, battle of, terminated the
...... Art of Logic, 494. war with Charles, 240.
....... True Religion. Heresy, | Navigation A4, the work of the

Schism, Toleration, &c. 495. Rump Parliament, 373.
...... second edition of his Po-

Nedham, 338.
ems and Tract on Education, Newcomen, Matthew, 191.
95.

Newion, bishop, 282 note, 371,
...... his Familiar Letters, 499.1

490 note, 523.
... University Exercises, ib.

Nicetas, 283 note.
........ Brief History of Mur.

covy, ib.
......... death, 500.
...... works of his loft, ib. note.
...... bis Epitaph, 502 rote, 541. | Oldenburg, Henry, 461.

O'Neale,

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O'Neale, 256.

| Powrll, Richard, Milton's father-
Ormond, carlof, bis peace with the in-law, 197. 207 note.
Irish, 254, 257.

Prelacy, fee Epifcopacy.
Orpheus, 165 pole.

Presbyterians, intolcrant, 201, 212,
Overton, colonel, 395.

218, 258.
Oxenbridge, Mr. 395 note.

........... followed the fieps of

the episcopalians when in pos.

er, 212, 218, 401.
P.

........... unite with the ror-

alifts, 4 0.

Press, liberty of the, defended, 213.
Paget, Dr. 410.

..... set free by Cromwell, 454
Palmer, Herbert, 201 note.

note.
Papias, 189.

..... shackled by Charles the Se-
Pápilis, their intrigues conducive | cond, ib.

to the ruip of Chailes the Firsi, Price, Dr. 425 note.
186.

Puckering, fir Henry Newton, 40%
Par@us, 252 note.

note.
Parliament, long, 170, 178, 398, | Pulpit politics, 425 note.
410.

Pym, 436 note.
.......... fump, 372.
.......... Barebone's, 379.
Pastoral poetry, English, remarks

on, 128.
Paine and Bouquet, 556.
Payne, Nir. Jobn, 531.

Raleigh, fir Walter, his Cabinet
Pource, bithop, 464 note.

Council published by Milton,
People, the fource of political pow's 405.
er, 312.

................. Apbo-
Peter Murtyr, 252 note.

risms of State, 4+5.
Peters, Hugh, 432.

Ramus, Peter, 494.
Petrarch, 223.

Ranelagh, lady, 440.
lenty, Gr William, 209.

Religion, on things indifferent in,
Philaras, Leonard, 3'3,329, 331. 164 note.
Philips, Edward, brother-in-law of ....... conscience should be per-
Milton, 8.

I fectly free in quatters of, 414.
............. nephew of Milton, ....... neither tirbes por esta-

8, 153, 159 nott, 100, 227, 404, blishments neceflary to, 414.
443, 461, 464, 470, 486 note, | Republic, Jee Conmonwealth.
515 pute, 545.

Reynolds, fir Jothua, 531.
...... John, 153, 160, 341. Rih, colonel, 264 note.
Piedmont, the protetianis of, saved | Richardson, 154, 428, 439, 443,

by the interpofition of Crom 4:14 note, 445, 401, 462 note,
well, 271 note.

476, 481, 482, 509 note, 511
Pierpont, lady Anne, 204 note. note.
Plutarch, 158.

Robinson, Dr. Tancred, 462 note.
Poetry compared with painting and Roos, or Ros, Joho lord, 204 note.
sculpture, 102.

Poufe, John, 230.
.....obfervations on, 189.

Royston, P. 280.
Puntia, fervant of Salmafius, 354. | Rump parliament, 372.
Tore, 428, 543.

............... diffolved by
Popery, whether tolerable or no, Cromwell, 378.
496.

Rujlivort), 243 note.

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