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Milton, his progress in poetry, 77, Milton, did not take a superficial
78

view of Italy, 167
poem on the death of

returns to England, 168
an infant, 78

his poem to the memory
ode on the morning of

of his friend Deodati, 170
Christ's nativity, 80

easons why he wrote in
... .. Latin poems, 83 English, 192 note
letter from him to a

engages in controversy,
friend in defence of his studies, 195, 196, 215
87

... educates his two nephews,
leaves the university,91,92 and some others, 198
his Arcades, 97, 98

.... hence called a schoolmas-
Comus, 97, 99

ter, 199
Lycidas, 97, 108

.. his conduct in this respect
l'Allegro, 97, 117

examined, ib.
il Penseroso, 97, 117

plan of instruction, 200,
compared with Shak 201, 202
speare, JOI

removes from St. Bride's
published with diffi to Aldersgate street, 206
dence, III

abstemious, 207
his letter to Deodati, 113,

his second elegy to Deo-
115

dati, 208, 212 note
death of his mother, 125

two books of Reforma-
letter to him from sir H. tion touching Church-govern-
Wotton, 126

ment in England, 227
travels to Paris, 130

answers to Hall's De-
proceeds to Italy, 131 fence of Episcopacy, 233
stops at Florence, .

.. Animadversions on the
applauses he received there, Remonstrant's Defence, 237
132, 133

Apology for Smectym-
his skill in the Italian lan nuus, 239
guage, 133, 134

marries, 243
visits Rome, 135

his wife leaves him, 244,
panegyrics on him there,

245
137

receives more pupils, 244
his scazons
on Salsilli's

his father comes to reside
illness, 138, 139

with him, 244
epigram to Leonora

dies, 245
singing, 140

Doctrine and Discipline
Italian sonnet to her,

of Divorce, 247
142

Judgment of Martia
goes to Naples, 144

Bucer concerning Divorce, it.
his poem to Manso, 148,

Tetrachordon, ib.
153

. . Colasterion, ib
projects an epic poem, 155, summoned before the house
158, 159, 195, 465

of Lords, 248
... prevented from visiting Si-

pays his addresses to Miss
cily and Greece by the troubles

Davis, 251
in England, 163

reconciled to his wife, 252
revisits Rome, 164

his Treatise on Education,
... Florence, ib.

255
goes to Venice, 165

Areopagitica, on the li
... Geneva, il.

berty of the press, 258

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works, 457

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Milton, an edition of his poems Milton, marriage and death of his
published, 268

second wife, 405
remarks on his sonnets,

sonnet on the death of his

wife, 406
271
criticism on his ode to his

his second Defence, 408,
poems sent to the Bodleian li-

420
brary, 281 noter

answer to this, 415
his eldest daughter born,

his Defence of himself in
283, 284

reply, ib.
the Powells leave his house, account of himself, 421
285

his panegyric of Cromwell,
birth of his second daugh 441

engaged in three great
removes to High Holborn,
ib.

his Latin Thesaurus, 457,
appointed Latin secretary 464
to the council of state, 286, 308

Paradise Lost, 464,518,
..... his office nearly equivalent 528
to that of the modern secretary

Marvell made joint secre-
of state for the foreign depart tary with him, 466
ment, 319, 396 note h

publishes 'sir Walter Ra-
his Tenure of Kings and legh's Cabinet Council, 469
Magistrates, 293

his Treatise of Civil Power
Observations the in Ecclesiastical Causes, 474
Peace with the Irish, 300

Likeliest means to re-
History of England, move Hirelings out of the
304, 457, 552

Church, ib.
his Iconoclastes, 321, 322

Present Means and Brief
vindicated against the Delineation of a free Common-
charge of forgery, 329

wealth, 477
... answers to his Iconoclastes,

Ready and Easy Way
333

to establish a free Common-
removes to Charing Cross, wealth, ib.
and thence to Scotland yard,

answers to his Tracts on a
349

Commonwealth, 485
birth of his son, ib.

his Notes on Dr. Griffith's
removes to Petty France, Sermon, 486
ib.

answered by Lestrange, 487
answers Salmasius, 350,

at the Restoration secreted
362

in Bartholomew Close, 487
... bis Defence of the People

said to have had a mock
of England, 363, 364, 365, &c. funeral, ib. note

defended from a charge of ..... his life saved chiefly by
falsehood, 372 note

sir W. D'Avenant, 489
his account of his loss of

taken into custody, 500
sight, 378, 384

rents a house in Holborn,
answers to Milton's De-

501
fence, 391, 393, 406

removes to Jewin street,
birth of his third daugh ib.
ter, 398

Artillery Walk,
date of his blindness, 399 | Bunhill Fields, il.
his sonnet to Cyriac Skin-

lodges with Millington the
ner on his loss of sight, 400 auctioneer, ib.

j

Milton, marries his third wife, 502 Mind, not influenced by climate,
..... his nuncupative will, 503, but by political and moral causes,
570

16o pote
ill behaviour of his daugh- Minds of high powers, intent og
ters, 503

knowledge, above licentious in-
... his Accidence commenced dulgences, 73
Grammar, 306

Minshull, Eliz. Milton's third wife,
edition of Ralegh's A. 502, 506 note
phorisms of State, 507

Mooneron's Translation of Paradise
• visited by James duke of Lost into French, 551 dote
York, 508 note

Montesquieu, 160 note
... retires to Chalfont on ac- More, Alexander, 407, 409, 416
count of the plague, 512

note, 418 note, 429 note, 441
Paradise Regained suggest.

note
ed to him, 513

replies to Mil-
returns to London, ib. ton, 415, 416
bis Paradise Lost, 518, 528

.. objects to Mil-
apprehensive of assassina- ton the assumption and arro
tion, 524

gance of his address to Crom-
his genius most vigorous in well, 441 note
winter, 539

Morgann, Maurice, 122 note
manner of composing,

character of, 123
547

note
two French translations of Morhoff, 566
his Paradise lost, 551 note Morrice, secretary, 489

his Paradise regained, 552 Morus, Alexander, see More
.. Samson Agonistes, 557 Mosely, Humphry, 268
Art of Logic, 560

Moulin, du, 70 note, 393, 406,
.. True Religion, Heresy, 409 note, 418 note, 419 note,
Schism, Toleration, &c. 562 429 note, 580
second edition of his Poems

Dr. Lewis, 224 note
and Tracts on Education, 565
his familiar Letters, ib.

N.
.. University Exercises, ib.

.. Brief History of Mus. Namancos, 110 note
covy, 566

Naseby, battle of, terminated the
works of his lost, 566 note war with Charles, 286
his death, 567

Navigation act, the work of the
his Epitaph, 569 note Long Parliament, 432

report of his grave having Nedham, 390 note
been opened, 569 note

Newcomen, Matthew, 237
his person, 573

Newton, bish. 331 note, 431 note,
habits, 574

557 note, 595, 646
character, 578, 593 Nicetas, 332 note
erudition, 582
politics, 584

0.
religion, 589
.. children, 594

Oldenburgh, Henry, 523
portraits of him, 45, 597

O'Neale, 302
his verses to his father, 599 Oppian, 203
Lauder's attempt to defame Ormond, earl of, his peace

with
him, 619

the Irish, 300, 303
Miltonists, 250

Orpbeus, 210 note

Overton, colonel, 456

Poetry compared with painting and
Owen, Mr. 476 note

sculpture, 143
Oxenbridge, Mr. 455 note

observations on, 555

Pontia, servant of Madame de Sau.
P.

maise, 410

epigram on her, 411
Paget, Dr. 501

assists her mistress in whip-
Paine, Thomas, 336 note

ping a boy, 412 note
Pakington, Lady, 55 noter

attacks her lover, Morus,
Palmer, Herbert, 247 note

417 note
Papias, 235

Pope, 489, 490, 615, 627, 644
Papists, their intrigues conducive Popery, whether tolerable or no,
to the ruin of Charles the First,

562 and note
232 note

Powell, Mary, 243, 252, 616
not objects of political Powell, Richard, Milton's father in
jealousy in the present times, law, 243, 253 note
562 note

Prelacy, see Episcopacy
Paræus, 298 note

Presbyterians, intolerant, 248, 258,
Parr, Dr. Samuel, 23, 58 note, 59 259, 265, 304
note, 60 note, 180 note

followed the steps of
Parliament, Long, 215, 224, 458, the episcopalians when in power,
470

259, 265, 461, 462
Rump, 432

unite with the royal-
Barebones', 439

ists, 471
Party, 37 note

Press, liberty of the, defended, 259
Pastoral poetry, English, remarks

reasonsagainst licensing, 266
on, 172
Payne and Bouquet, 625

set free by Cromwell, 521
Pearce, bish. 526 note, 646

note
People, the source of political .... shackled by Charles the se.
power, 364

cond, ib.
Peter Martyr, 298 note

Price, Dr. 486 note
Peters, Hugh, 494

Ptolemy, 183 note
Petrarch, 270

Puckering, sir Henry Newton, 526
Petty, sir Wm. 255

note
lord Henry, 123 note Pulpit politics, 486 note
Philaras, Leonard, 374, 375, 381, Punishment of burning for females
383

abolished by act of Parliament,
Philips, Edward, brother in law of

491 note
Milton, 44

Pym, 498 note
nephew of Mil.
ton, 44, 198, 204 note, 205, 274,

Q.
319, 505, 523, 526, 539, 553
note, 581 note, 616

Quintus Calaber, 203
John, 44, 198, 205, 394
note, 395, 464

R.
Piedmont, the Protestants of, saved

by the interposition of Crom- Ralegh, sir Walter, his Cabinet
well, 318 note

Council published by Milton, 469
Pierpont, lady Anne, 250 note

his aphorisms
Pliny, 203

of state, 507
Plutarch, 203

Ramus, Peter, 561

note

Ranelagh, lady, 502

Saumaise, madame de, 390, 410
Religion, on things indifferent in,

jealous of
230 note

Christina, 390
conscience should be per-

her charac-
fectly free in matters of,

474

ter not immaculate, 411 note
neither tithes nor esta-

violent tem-
blishments necessary to, 475 per of, 412 note
Republic, see Commonwealth

Scott, Walter, 333 note
Reynolds, sir Joshua, 598

Scribonius, Salmasius so called, 397
Rich, colonel, 310 note

note, 579 note
Richardson, 199, 489, 501, 505, ib. Scudamore, lord, 130, 131

note, 507, 523, 524 note, 539, Selden, 435
545, 546, 547 notes f and g, Selvaggi, 137, 138
549, 575 note, 576, 578 note Seward, miss, 275 note

anecdote related by him Shakspeare, 271, 332 note
on the subject of the Paradise

imitation of, by Mil-
Lost authentic, though ques- ton, 98
tioned by Mr. Malone, 549 note

compared with Mil-
Robinson, Dr. Tancred, 524 note ton, 101
Roos, or Ross, John lord, 250 note

permanence of his fame,
Rouse, John, 276

I 22 note
ode to, 277

Sidney, sir Philip, 271, 327
.. translation of, Simmons, Samuel, purchases Para-
by F. Wrangham, 610

dise Lost, 518, 519 note, 552
Rowland, rev. John, 393, 394 note Sixtus the Fourth, 260 note
Royston, R. 329

Skinner, Cyriac, 400, 456 note,
Rump parliament, 432

565, 567 note
dissolved by Smectymnuus, origin of this title,
Cromwell, 438

237
Rushworth, 288 note

... Apology for, 239

Smedley, 645
S.

Smith, Charlotte, 275 note
Salmasius, 59 note, 350, 366, 389, Solomon's Song, 172

390, 396 note, 397 note, 410, Somers, 521
417, 490 note, 579 note, 580 Sonnet, origin and structure of the,
his Defensio Regia, 352

269

answered ... remarks on the, 270, 275
by Milton, 362

note
.. violent agitation of Southampton, earl of, 496 note
mind on the success of Milton's Spanheim, Frederic, 168
answer, 391 note

Spencer, countess dowager, 616
story of his ghost al-Spenser, 271
luded to by N. Heinsius, ib. Spirit, not totally

divested of body,
Salsilli, 137, 138

except in the Deity, 529
Sarrau, Claude, 352 note, 416 Sprat, bish. 568 note

his inscription un- Spurstow, William, 237
der a portrait of Salmasius, 354 Stanhope, Mr. Charles, 597
note

Sterling, rev. Joseph, 156 note
death, ib. Stockdale, Percival, 185 note

distichs by him on Strode, Mr. 217 note
a medal of Christina, 428 note Surrey, earl of, 370 and note, 528-
Saumaise, see Salmasius

note

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