Page images
PDF
EPUB

I

...

Twelfth-Night, or What you will, explained and defended,

341. Corrected, 196, 197:
Two Gentlemen of Verona, Spurious, 289.
Winter's tale, the story faulty, 25, n. Explained, 307.

xli.
Shent, 193
Socrates, 97, 98, 294.
SOPHOCLES, his improvement of the fage, 105, & n. . His

Electra, 49, 50, 392. Oedipus, 58. Ajax, 58, 321)

Philoftetes explained, 259, Defended, 29, n.
Spencer, pasages explained, 47, n. 136, 180, 191, 205, n.

305, 310. xxv, xxvi. Explained and corrected, 184)

186, 193, 336, n. 404.
Stage, see Tragedy, Comedy,
STRABO, cited and illustrated, B. I. Sect. II.
Sublime, true, 87:
Subscribe, subscription, 312, 313.
Superftition and wickedness united, 36.
Swearing on the sword, 47, n.
Sydney, Sir Philip, his remarks on our tragedies and come-

dies, 62, 63. His bad metre, 384, 385.
Exñua wap' imóvovar, a figure in rhetoric used by Shake-
Speare, 161.

T.
Table books, see Pugillares.
Tangere, meaning of the word, 306.
Taft, modern, B. I. Sect. III. & IV. Taft corrupted intro-

duces depravity of morals, 18. Critical taft, how to be

acquired, B. II. Sect. I. 385, 386.
Terence, in what sense the Roman Menander, 121, 112,

282. His art in drawing the character of Demea, 76, 77.
Explained, 356, 358.

[ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors]

THEOCRITUS, in his epigrams corrected, 113, & na
In his paftorals corrected, 256.

explained, xii.
The Doric dialect changed in his poems, 282:
Thespis, the inventor of stage plays, 100.
TIBULLUS, corrected, 100, n. Explained, 361. Affe&ted

the alliteration, 409.
Touch, touches, 306.
Tragedy, its rise and progress, B. I. Sect. XIV.
Tragic character, 30, 31, 68, 69. Tragical pafhons, B. I.

Sect. VIII.
Tragi-comedy, B. I. Sect. XIII.
Teutwdia, 111, n.
Zrue-penny, 396.
Truth, poetic, 88. Neceffarily perfued, 131.
Tutelar deities, 183, &c. See Daemon.
Τύχη, 185.
Tyranny, its influence on arts and sciences, B. I. Sect. XV.
Tyrannic paffions, 34.
TyRtaeus, explained and corrected, 236, 237.

V.
V consonant in Latin changed into W by the English, 214.
Verbs, applied" properly to one fubftantive, and improperly to

the other, 392.
Verses, treated of, 366.
Vessel, for body, 222.
The Vice, a droll chara&ter in our old plays, 393, &c.
Virgil, a flatterer of Octavius, 124.

Ordered his poem to be burnt, and why, 125, n.
Romans characterized in his poem, 139, 140.
Charatter of Dido, 51, 52.

of Camilla, 71, 72,
of Mezentius, 66.

VIRGIL,

[ocr errors]

1

Virgil, whether he errs in his chief character, 51, n.

Chiming terminations in his Poem, 13, n.
Pasages explained, 189, 217, n. 221 n. 255, n.

259, n. 264, 39, n. 321, 353 •

354, 355, 390, 391, 392.
correEted, 124, n. 194, 195, 291, n,

299, 369, 370, 390, 391.
VOSSIUS, noted, 372.

U.
Unity, see Whole. Unities of time and place, B. I. Sect.

IX. Unity of character, 79, 80. See Character.
Utterance, 34, n.

.

[ocr errors]

Weird, 29, n.
Whift, 210, n.
Whole, 54, 55, & n. 134.
WISDOM OF SOLOMON, explained, 272, n.
Wit and gravity, blended, in the greatest characters, 97, 98,
Wizard, 29, n.
Women, not suffered on the flage till the restoration, 73, n.

See Ladies.
Wonder, fee Admiration.
Words, instances of them lengthened in Scansion, 372, & n.

X.
Xenophon, his Afol. corrected, 111, 114, n. His Evute.

.
explained and corrected, 261, 262.

.

[ocr errors]

E R R A T A. 239. lin. 19. insert, And in Timon. A& III. 307. for gaudea, read gaudia. 358. for fteteret, read fteterat, 370. for ora,

read 373. read, aquae, siluae. 400. for integerity, read integrity. 403. for Medæa, read Medea. 412. for eage-winged, read eagle-wing d.

oro.

I

I N D E X. for Heteretio, read Iteratio. After MURETUS, & c. dele Plato's and Cicero's opi

nion of them.

[ocr errors][subsumed][merged small]
« PreviousContinue »