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deligente correction of his own maners, wherefore all noble men assaied to folowe hym. No daie passed wherein he dyd not some thynge charitably, gentilly, or honorable, but those thynges he did in suche wise aske therein, nether consumed ne wasted the common treasure.”

He procured seldome any condemnacions, but those that were doen he never pardoned.” He woulde not suffre any of his courte to weare any garmente mixte with golde, or otherwise preciouse or costly, nor he himselfe delited in riche apparaile,” saying, “Gouvernaunce was in vertue, and not in beautie or costlie apparayle; preciouse stones that were geven to hym, he caused to be solde, estemyng it to be a womanly appetite to have such jewelles.”

The present specimen of Sir Thomas Elyote’s writings may induce some persons to look further, and I therefore transmit a list of all his works and their several editions, from which it will be apparent that our author's labours have been much regarded.

SIR THOMAS ELYOTE'S WORKS AND THEIR EDITIONS.

1. Boke named the Governor.–Printed by Berthelet, 1531, 1534, 1537,

1546, and 1553, 12mo.--No Printer named, 1557, 12mo.-by T.

Marsh, 1565, 12mo.—by T. East, 1580, 12mo. 2. Image of Gouvernance.—Printed by Berthelet, 1541, 1544, 4to.

by W. Seres, 1556, 12mo. 3. Castle of Health.Printed by Berthelet, 1534, 1541, 1547, 1561,

12mo. 1539, 4to.-by T. Marsh, 1576, 1580, 12mo. 4. Of the Knowledge which maketh a wise man.—Printed by Berthelet,

1553, 12mo. 5. St. Cyprian's Sermon on Mortality, with Picus Mirandola's Rules of a

Christian Life.-Printed by Berthelet, 1534, 1539, 12mo. 6. Pasquil the Playne.Printed by Berthelet, 1533, 1539, 12mo. 7. Defence of good Women.—Printed by Berthelet, 1540, 1545, 12mo. 8. Banquet of Sapience.—Printed by Berthelet, 1542, 1545, 12mo.-

by I. Day, 1557, 12mo. 9. His Dictionary (Bibliotheca Eliote.)—Printed by Berthelet, 1538,

1542, 1545, 1552, 1559, in folio. 10. Plutarch's Education of Children.—Printed by Berthelet, no date,

4to. 11. Doctrinal of Princes, (translated from Isocrates.)-Printed by

Berthelet, without date, 1534, 12mo.-by T. Petit, without date, 12mo.

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INDEX TO VOL. II.

Abbas, Schah, 353. account of 362-378.
Accum, Mr. 265.
Addison, 205.
Aikin, Dr. 304.
Akenside, 107.
Alabaster, Dr. 224.
Ames, 324.
Andrelinus, 212.
Anne, Queen, 105. 107.
Apius and Virginia, 82.
Aquinas, Thomas, 35. 257.
Archer, Judge, 242.
Ariosto, 110. 216.
Armstrong, 107.
Ashmole, Elias, 68.

Cardan, 52.
Carew, 33.
Carisbrook Castle, 63.
Carte, 380.
Cellini, Benvenuto, 238.
Cervantes, 257.
Chalmers, Mr. 105. 184.
Chapman, George, 228.
Charles the First, 21. 52. 63. 66. 227. 238.

241. 269.
Charles the Second, 2. 250. 254.
Charles the Tenth, of Sweden, 65.
Chatterton, 36.
Cibber, Colley, 238.
Clarendon, Lord, 68.
Clifford, Sir Nicholas, 352.
Coke, Sir Edward, 254. 255.
Coleridge, Mr. S. T. 196. 197. 198. 199.

201. 205.
Collier, Mr. Payne, 273.
Collins, 107, 197.
Corbet, Miles, 62.
Cornwall, Barry, 149. 199. 200.
Cotton, Charles, 209. 227.
Cowley, 228. 304.
Cowper, lll. 184. 197.
Crabbe, Rev. G. 203.
Creech, 295.
Crichton, 35.
Cromwell, Oliver, 63. 65. 66. 68. 275. 276.

Bacon, Friar, 86.
Baillie, Miss, 205.
Baker, 379.
Bedloe, 248.
Bedwell, A. 56.
Benlowes, 269.
Betham, Miss, 206.
Birkenhead, Sir John, 259. 269.
Blanc, Vincent Le, 257.
Boccaccio, 216.
Boetie, De, 218. 222.
Booker, John, 59. 61. 62. 63. 257.
Bothwell, Lord, 55. 56.
Bouhier,

President, 221.
Bowles, Rev. W. L. 204.
Brewer, Anthony, 290.
Brissac, Marechal de, 214.
Brook, Fulke Greville, Lord, 32.
Brooke, Sir Robert, 66. 67.
Brooke, 180.
BROWNE, WILLIAM, his Pastorals review-

ed, 149–185.
Buchanan, George, 214.
Buckhurst, Lord, his Ferrex and Porrex,

78. 79. 80. 81.
Burgess, Dr. 257.
Burns, 197.
BUTLER, SAMUEL, 69. 70. his Genuine
and Spurious Remains reviewed,

256–270,
remarks on his Hudibras, 256. 257. 259.
Byron, Lord, 34. 149. 200.

Dante, 39.
D'Arblay, Madame, 206.
DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, his Gondi-

bert reviewed, 304–324.
Davies, 180.
Day, John, 378.
Denham, Sir John, 269.
Dibdin, Rev. T. F. 324. 327. 328.
Digby, Sir Kenelm, 55. 56. 257.
D’Israeli, Mr. 304.
Dodington, Sir William, 45.
Dodsley, 70.
Douce, Mr. 327.
Drake, Sir Francis, 99.
Dryden, 3. 31. 149. 258. 260.
Dunlop, Mr. 36.

Calprenede, 257.
Campbell, Mr. Thomas, 36. 202. 237.

Earl, Serjeant, 242.
Earle, Bishop, 260.

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Gesta Romanorum reviewed, 327-329.
GLOVER RICHARD, his Athenaid review-

ed, 105–133. his Leonidas, 106. 108.
Goldsmith, 197
Gournay, Mademoiselle, 211.
Gower, John, 227.
Grainger, 379.
Gray, 107.
Greene, Recorder, 66.
Greene, Robert, 70. 82. 83. 84. 85. 92. his

Friar Bacon, 86-90.
Grey, Dr. Zachary, 260.
Grouchi, Nicholas, 214.
GUILFORD, LORD KEEPER, Life of, re-

viewed, 238-256.
Guirentes, William, 214.

La Harpe, 227.
Lamb, Mr. C. 8). 199.
Lamb, Lady, 206.
Lamb, Miss, 206.
Langbaine, 73.
Lawrence, Sir John, 245.
Lazarillo de Tormes, Adventures of, re-

viewed, 133-148.
Lenthall, Speaker, 64.
L'Estrange, Sir Roger, 269.
Lilburne, John, 270.
Lilly, John, 92. his Euphues, 37.
LILLY, WILLIAM, 257. 270. his History

of his Life and Times reviewed, 51-70.
Lingua, a pleasant Comedie, reviewed, 270-

290.
Lloyd, Mr. C. 204.
Lodge, Thomas, 70. 83. his Looking Glaske

for London, 90. 91. 92.
London, fire of, 66. 67.
Longueville, Mr. 260.
Longinus, 5.
Lucretius, 295.
Luke, Sir Samuel, 269. 270.
Luna, H. de, 145.
Lydgate, 327.

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Hale, Sir Matthew, 250. 253.
Hammond, Colonel, 63.
Hampden, John, 68.
Harvey, Gabriel, 83. 85.
Hawkins, John, 70.
Haydocke, William, 45.
Hazlitt, Mr. 36. 205.
Headley, Mr. 341. 350.
HEATH, ROBERT, his Clarastella review-

ed, 227-238.
Heliogabalus, 383, 384.
Hemans, Mrs. 206.
Henry the Eighth, 71. 382. 383.
Henry, Prince, 380.
Herbert, 324. 327.
Heylin, Dr. Peter, 211. 212. 225.
Heywood, John, his Four P.'s, 71. 72. 73.
Hill, Aaron, 205.
Hobbes, of Malmesbury, 304.
Hodges, William, 58. 59.
Hogg, Mr. 204. 269.
Homer, 110.
Horace, 11l.
Howe, Lord, 99.
Humphries, John, 58. 59.

Malebranche, 35. 221. 224.
Malthus, Mr. 186. 188. 189.
MANWARING, GEORGE, his Discourse of

Sir A. Sherley's Travele into Persian

351-381.
Manwood, 180.
Marlowe, Christopher, 83. 86. 92.
Mary, Queen, 71.
Mason, Rev. Wm. 107.
Maturin, Rev. R.C. 204, 205.
Maynard, Serjeant, 250. 253.
Mendoza, Diego Hurtado de, 145.
Mew, Bishop, 247.
Mickle, 105.
Middleton, Thomas, 228. 273.

Milman, Rev. H. H. 205.
Milton, 3. 43. 68. 107. 123. 149. 166. 180.

183. 184. 198. 341.
Mitford, Miss, 205.
MONTAIGNE, his Essays reviewed, 209–
Montesquieu, 108.
Montgomery, Mr. 204.
Moore, Mr. Thomas, 149. 202.
More, Sir Thomas, 71.
Moreson, John, 324.
Muretus, Marcus Antonius, 214.
Murphy, Arthur, 205.

Reynolds, Mr. 204.
Rochester, Lord, 35. 296.
Rogers, Mr. 204.
Rosewell, Sir Henry, 270.
Rousseau, 52. 238.
Rowe, 205.
Rowley, William, 378.
Rymer, 78.

227.

Nash, Dr. 270.
Nash, Thomas, 85.
Neale, Sir Paul, 257.
Nelson, Lord, 99.
Neufchateau, M. 218.
North, Dudley, Lord, 240.
North, Sir Dudley, 250.
NORTH, ROGER, his Life of Lord Keeper

Guilford reviewed, 238-256.
Norton, Thomas, 78.

Occleve, 327.
Oldys, 74. 83.
Opie, Mrs. 206.
Orford, Horace Walpole, E. of, 36. 379.
Ortega, John de, 145.
Otway, 205.
OVERBURY, SIR THOMAS, 260. his Works

reviewed, 92–105.
Ovid, 215.

Salvator Rosa, 39.
Saunders, Chief Justice, 252. 253. 254.
Scaliger, 43.
Scarron, 134.
Schiller, 196.
Scott, John, 58. 59. 60.
Scott, Sir Walter, 149. 200. 201.
Scotus, Duns, 257.
Scraggs, Sir William, 250.
Scuderi, 110.257.
Secundus, Joannes, 216.
Seneca, 215, 216.
Shaftesbury, Earl of, 270.
Shakspeare, 2. 4. 31. 33. 43. 78. 84. 92. 149.

166. 190. 197. 198. 228. 256.
Shelley, Mr. P. B. 204.
Shiel, Mr. 205.
SHERLEY, SIR ANTHONY, travels of,

351-381.
Sherley, Sir Robert, 35l. 353. 360. 364.

366. 367. 376. 379. 380. 381.
Sherley, Sir Thomas, 351.
Sherley, Sir Thomas, the
Shirley James, 259.
SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP, 78. 151. 176. his

Arcadia reviewed, 1-44.
Skelton, John, 71.
Soltau, 257.
Somerset, Carr, Earl of, 57.
Southey, Mr. 201. 202.
Spavin, Robert, 66.
Spenser, 2. 33. 43. 149. 151. 156. 171. 184.

341. 342. 344. 345. 346. 349. 350.
Stanley, Mrs. 30.
Sterling, Wm. Alexander, E. of, 30.
Stewart, Dugald, 225. 226.
Still, John, his Gammar Gurton's Needle,

74. 75. 76.
Strickland, 64.
Sunderland, Earl of, 250.
Swift, 199.

younger, 381.

Palmer, Edward, 244.
Palmer, Sir Jeofry, 241.
Palsgrave, Dr. 73.
Peckham, Sir George, 57.
Peele, George, 83. 84. 86. 92.
Pembroke, Mary, Countess of, 6.
Percy, Bishop, 201.
Perron, Cardinal du, 226.
Peters, Hugh, 62. 24). 257.
Philips, Ambrose, 205.
Phillips, Edward, 290.
Picus of Mirandola, 35.
Plutarch, 108. 215. 216.
Polano, 56.
Poole, William, 58.
Pope, 78. 149.
Pope, Lady Frances, 245.
Porter, Misses, 206.
Preston, Thomas, his King Cambises, 76.

77. 78.
Puttenham, 83.

Tasso, 110.
Taylor, Jeremy, 33.
Taylor, Sir Simon, 246.
Teniers, 41.
Thomson, 111. 205.
Thyer, Mr. 259.260. 269.
Todd, Mr. 36.
Towneley, Col. John, 257.

Rabelais, 216.
RALEIGH, SIR WALTER, his Remains

reviewed, 329–340.
Ramsay, Davy, 59. 60.
Ramus, 35.
Raphael, 41.
Raymond, Judge, 248.
Raynolds, Dr. John, 224.
Raynolds, William, 224.
Reynolds, 65.

Wadsworth, 379.
WALLACE, his Prospects of Mankind, &c.

reviewed, 185. 206.
Waller, 304.
Warton, Thomas, 166. 183. 327.328. 344.
WARWICK, ARTHUR, his Spare Minutes

reviewed, 45–51.

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