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A  BIBLIOGRAPHY  OF
THOMAS  GRAY



BY

CLARK SUTHERLAND NORTHUP




["Lux et
Veritas"
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NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS
LONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORD
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
MDCCCCXVII




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Copyright, 1917
By Yale University Press

First published, March, 1917







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THOMAE HERBERTO WARREN

Collegii B. Mariae Magdalenae Oxon.

Praesidente

Equiti Clarissimo

Cuius Studia In Graium Poetam Impensa

Litterarum Scientiae

Tantopere Profuerunt







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PREFACE

The aim of this bibliography is to present a complete record of the editions of Thomas Gray's works, together with a list of all the reviews, critical notices, and studies relating to him that have thus far appeared. I have made it as full as possible in order to indicate the extent of Gray's popularity and influence. Notwithstanding great diligence and pains, I have doubtless come far short of what I aim to do; for it is not to be expected that a bibliography compiled by any one person shall be complete. I can only hope that nothing of great importance has escaped me.

In the case of critical notices, one exception to the statement above must be made. I have not attempted to include all histories of English literature, the number of which is so great that the mention of even a considerable part would swell the list to an utterly unwieldy size, but have included only the most important of them.

I have marked the more important criticisms with an asterisk.

In designating libraries, the following abbreviations are employed:

ALE, the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh.
B, the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
BKB, die Königliche Bibliothek zu Berlin.
BM, the British Museum.
BN, la Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
BNF, la Biblioteca Nationale, Florence.
BNR, la Biblioteca Nationale, Rome.
BPL, the Boston Public Library.
BRB, la Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Brussels.
CU, the Cornell University Library, Ithaca, N. Y.
CAU, the Cambridge University Library.
COLU, the Columbia University Library, New York.
DKB, die Königlich Öffentliche Bibliothek zu Dresden.
HH, the library of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, Haigh Hall, Wigan, England.
HU, the Harvard University Library, Cambridge, Mass.





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JRM, the John Rylands Library, Manchester, England.
LC, the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
LP, the Liverpool Public Library.
NYP, the New York Public Library.
PC, Pembroke College Library, Cambridge, England.
TC, Trinity College Library, Cambridge, England.
UP, the Library of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
YU, the Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn.
ZSB, die Züricher Stadt-Bibliothek, Zürich, Switzerland.

I desire to record my gratitude for valuable help to my colleagues, Professors Joseph Q. Adams, Lane Cooper, and Benton S. Monroe; to Mr. George F. Barwick, of the British Museum; to Mr. Alfred Rogers, of the Cambridge University Library; to Mr. Ralph L. George, of the University of Lyons; to Mr. William C. Lane, of the Harvard University Library; to Mr. Andrew Keogh and Professor Robert L. Sanderson, of Yale University; and to the courteous officials of all the libraries in which it has been my pleasure to work, especially those of the New York Public Library, the British Museum, the Bodleian, the Cambridge University Library, and the Bibliothèque Nationale.

C. S. N.        

Columbia University, New York,
      June 19, 1915.





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CONTENTS

[The abbreviation employed is added in parenthesis.]

page
Prefacevii
Section 1.Bibliographies and Bibliographical Articles 1
Section 2.Complete Works, and Selections from both the Prose and the Poetry2
Section 3.Poetical Works10
Section 4.Selections from the Poetical Works 31
Section 5.Selections from the Prose Works 51
Section 6.Translations of Select Works 51
Section 7.Individual Works and Translations 55
Ad C. Favonium Aristium (Arist) 55
Ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum (Zeph) 55
Agrippina56
Alcaic Fragment57
Alcaic Ode (A1O)57
The Alliance of Education and Government (Ed) 61
Amatory Lines61
Architectura Gothica, see Essay on Norman Architecture.[157]
Barbaras aedes aditure mecum, see Ad C. Fav. Aristium.[55]
The Bard (Bard)62
Cambri68
The Candidate (Cand) 68
Caradoc68
Carmen ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum, see Ad C. Fav. Zephyrinum.[55]
A Catalogue of Antiquities, etc. 69
The Characters of the Christ-Cross Row 69
A Chronological List of Painters 70
Collectanea and Conjectures 70
Comic Lines70




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Conan70
Couplet about Birds 71
Criticisms of Architecture and Painting During a Tour in Italy71
Dante, Canto 33, dell' Inferno 71
De Principiis Cogitandi (Cog) 71
The Death of Hoel72
The Descent of Odin (Odin) 73
Diary74
Elegiacs74
An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (El) 74
The Enquiry, see Amatory Lines. [61]
Epitaph on a Child 156
Epitaph on His Mother 156
Epitaph on Mrs. Jane Clarke (EpCl) 156
Epitaph on Mrs. Mason, see Stanza. [198]
Epitaph on Sir William Williams (EpWms) 157
Essay on Lydgate, see Some Remarks on the Poems of John Lydgate.[194]
Essay on Norman Architecture 157
Essay on the Philosophy of Lord Bolingbroke 157
A Farewell to Florence 158
The Fatal Sisters (FS) 158
Fragment of a Latin Poem on the Gaurus 159
Fragments159
From the Anthologia Graeca, see Translations from the Anthologia Graeca.[200]
Generic Characters of the Orders of Insects 160
Geographical Notes 160
Gothi160
History160
Histrio et Saltatio 160
Hymeneal on the Marriage of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales 160
Hymn to Adversity (Adv) 161
Hymn to Ignorance (Ign) 162
Imitated from Propertius, Lib. III, Eleg. 5, v. 1, 2 162
Imitation of Buondelmonte, see Song by Buondelmonte. [195]
Imitation of Martial 162




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Impromptu, Suggested by a View, in 1766, of the Seat and Ruins of a Deceased Nobleman, at Kingsgate, Kent (Impr) 163
Impromptus163
In D: 29am Maii164
In 5tam Novembris164
Inedited Sonnet164
Inscription for a Wood Adjoining a Park 164
Jemmy Twitcher, or The Cambridge Courtship, see The Candidate.[68]
Journal in France, 1739165
Journal in the Lakes165
A Journey in Hades166
Lacedaemon167
Latin Poems167
Letters167
The Liberty of Genius175
Life of Sir Thomas Wyatt, the Elder 175
Literae175
A Long Story (LSt)175
Luna Habitabilis176
Marginalia176
Mater rosarum, see Ad C. Fav. Zephyrinum.[55]
Miscellanea Classica177
Noon-tide: an Ode, see Ode on the Spring (cf. Gosse, Gray, pp. 56 ff.).[185]
Notes of Travel177
Notes on Aristophanes177
Notes on Plato177
Observations on English Metre178
Observations on the Pseudo-Rhythmus178
Observations on the Use of Rhyme178
Ode Attributed to Gray178
Ode for Music, see Ode Performed in the Senate-House, etc.[187]
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (Eton) 179
Ode on Adversity, see Hymn to Adversity (cf. Gosse, Gray, p. 63).[161]
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes (Cat)182




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Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (Vic) 184
Ode on the Spring (Spr)185
Ode Performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge, July 1, 1769 (Music)187
Paraphrase of Psalm 84189
Parody on an Epitaph189
Petrarca, Part I, Sonetto 170189
Play Exercise at Eton189
Poetical Rondeau189
The Progress of Poesy (PP)189
Propertius, Lib. III. 5. v. Eleg. 19192
Propertius, Lib. II. Eleg. 1192
Remarks on the Letters Prefixed to Mason's Elfrida 193
Samuel Daniel193
Sapphic Ode, see Ad C. Fav. Aristium.[55]
Sapphics193
A Satire upon Heads, or Never a Barrel the Better Herring193
Shakespeare Verses194
Sketch of His Own Character (Sketch) 194
Some Remarks on the Poems of John Lydgate 194
Song195
Song by Buondelmonte195
Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West (Sonnet) 196
Sophonisba to Masinissa198
Stanza198
Stanzas to Mr. Richard Bentley198
Statius, Thebaidos vi. 646-688199
Statius, Thebaidos vi. 704-724199
Statius, Thebaidos ix. 319-327199
Tasso, Gerus. Lib. Cant. XIV. St. 32199
Thoughts and Verse Fragments200
Tophet200
Translations from the Anthologia Graeca 200
The Triumphs of Owen (Owen)201
The Vegtam's Kivitha, see The Descent of Odin.[73]




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What's the Reason Old Fobus Has Cut Down Yon Tree? 201
Will202
Xenophon, Apologia Socratis202
Section 8.General Criticism202
Section 9.Note on the Manuscripts250
Appendix.Undated Editions253
Addenda255
Index257










A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GRAY










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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GRAY

1.  BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLES

1859. Samuel Austin Allibone. In his A critical dictionary of English literature and British and American authors, living and deceased, from the earliest accounts to the middle of the nineteenth century, Philadelphia, 1859-91, i. 725-9.
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1864. William Thomas Lowndes. In his Bibliographer's manual of English literature, new edition, revised by Henry G. Bohn, London, 1864, ii. 931-2.
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1888. The British Museum. In its Catalogue of printed books, Gowic-Great Ayton, London, Clowes, 1888, cols. 379-91, and Supplement, Goodhart-Gyürky, 1902, cols. 149-51.
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1889. Edmund William Gosse. The bibliography of Gray. In The Academy, March 23, 1889, xxxv. 204-5.
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Comment by Sidney Crompton in same, March 30, p. 333.

1891. John Bradshaw. In his Aldine edition of Gray's Poems, London, Bell, 1891, pp. 305-19.
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1894. William Lyon Phelps. In his edition of Selections from Gray, Boston, Ginn, 1894, pp. xxxv-xxxix.
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1902. The British Museum Catalogue of printed books, Supplement, 1902. See no. 3.
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1905. William Prideaux Courtney. In his Register of national bibliography, London, Constable, 1905-12, i. 229, iii. 125.
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1906. William Francis Prideaux. Gray's Poems, 1768. In Notes and Queries, April 28, 1906, 10th series v. 321-3, May 26, p. 406.
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Comment by John Pickford in same, May 26, p. 406.

1909. Rose M[ayard] Barton. In her edition of the Elegy, Boston, Heath, 1909, pp. 74-5.
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1910. Clark Sutherland Northup. On some editions of Gray's Poems. In Englische Studien xliii. 149-58. Leipzig, 1910.
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1911. Clark Sutherland Northup. In his edition of Gray's Essays and criticisms, Boston, Heath, 1911, pp. lii-liii. The Belles-Lettres Series, section iv.
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1912. In The poems and letters of Thomas Gray, London, Dent, 1912, p. xiv. Everyman's Library, no. 628.
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1913. Duncan Crookes Tovey. In The Cambridge history of English literature, Cambridge, The University Press, 1913, 8vo, x. 504-6.
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2.  COMPLETE WORKS, AND SELECTIONS FROM BOTH THE PROSE AND THE POETRY

1775. The | poems | of | Mr. Gray. | To which are prefixed Memoirs | of his | life and writings | by | W. Mason, M. A. York: | Printed by A. Ward; and sold by J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall, | London; and J. Todd, Stonegate, York. | MDCCLXXV.
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4to, pp. [iv], 416, 111, [2], consisting of p. [i], half-title, p. [ii], blank, p. [iii], title, p. [iv], blank, signatures A-F ff, a-o in 4s, and one page of errata. Frontispiece portrait and one plate. Underneath the portrait are the words, "W. Mason & B. Wilson Vivi memores delineavere. Engrav'd by James Basire."   ALE, B, BM (677. e. 17), BPL, HU, YU
Reviewed in The Gentleman's Magazine, June, 1775, xlv. 285-90; in The Monthly Review, May, 1775, lii. 377-87, July, 1775, liii. 1-11, August, pp. 97-104. Comment in same, p. 191. See also under no. 16.

The | poems | of | Mr Gray. | To which are prefixed Memoirs | of his | life and writings | by | W. Mason, M. A. The second edition. | London: | Printed by H. Hughs; | and sold by J. Dodsley, Pall-mall; | and J. Todd, Stonegate, York. MDCCLXXV.
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4to, 2 vols., pp. [ii], 416; 109, [1]. Frontispiece portrait. See under no. 16.   JRM, BN (Yk. 546), NYP, YU

The | poems | of | Mr. Gray. | To which are prefixed | Memoirs | of his | life and writings | by | W. Mason, M. A. | Dublin | Printed for D. Chamberlaine, J. Potts, [and others]. 1775.
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12mo, 2 vols., pp. [xxiv], 239; [ii], 250. Frontispiece. The memoirs come first. The poems and notes fill ii. 161-250. The Journal in the Lakes is printed as a letter, dated Oct. 18, 1769, in ii. 109-35. With




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the Elegy is printed Robert Langrishe's Latin translation on alternate pages.

1776. Same. 1776.
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12mo, 2 vols., pp. [xxiv], 280; [ii], 297, [i].   YU
In the Contents is the following: "Elegy, written in a country churchyard, with a most beautiful Latin translation, p. 248." In the Notes, ii. 294, we read: "To this edition only is added a most elegant Latin translation of the Elegy, by an Irish Gentleman at Eton College; which, by the Learned, is deem'd a most ingenious and capital performance." But in reality the Latin translation does not appear at all in this edition; since there is no gap in the pagination it could not have appeared at the place indicated. For this note I am indebted to Mr Andrew Keogh, the obliging Librarian of Yale University.

1778. The | poems | of | Mr Gray. | To which are added | Memoirs | of his | life and writings, | by | W. Mason, M A | In four volumes. | Vol. I. | York: | Printed by A. Ward; and sold by J. Dods- | ley, Pall-Mail; T. Cadell, in the Strand, | London; and J. Todd, York. | MDCCLXXVIII.
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Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 168, [1]; xv, [1], 161; [ii], 166; xiv, 239. Frontispiece portrait etched by W. Doughty from an original drawing. The poems fill volume i.   B, BM (12272. bb. 16), BN (Yk. 2662-5), NYP, HU, YU
Concerning Mason's editions of 1775 and 1778 see Thomas F. Dibdin, The library companion, London, 1824, ii. 160.

1807. The works of Thomas Gray; containing his poems and correspondence with several eminent literary characters. To which are added, Memoirs of his life and writings by W. Mason, M. A. The third edition, carefully corrected. In two volumes. London. Printed for Vernor, Hood, & Sharpe [and others]. 1807.
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8vo, 2 vols., pp. xi, [1], 316; xiii, [1], 324. Frontispiece portrait.   BM (12268. d. 3)

1814. The | works | of | Thomas Gray | with | memoirs of his life and writings | by William Mason | to which are subjoined | extracts | philological poetical and critical | from the author's original manuscripts | selected and arranged | by Thomas James Mathias | [Greek line omitted].| Pindar. P. 6. | In two volumes | Vol. I. | London. | Printed by William Bulmer and Co. | Shakspeare Press | for John Porter in Pal-Mal Bookseller to | Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte | 1814 |
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4to, 2 vols., pp. [vi], 581; [4], vi, [1], 634. Frontispieces, portrait.   B, CAU, JRM, ALE, BPL, HU
Contents. i. Poems. Notes, imitations, and variations. Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Gray, by William Mason. Memoir of the Rev. Norton Nicholls. Letters to Horace Walpole. ii. Metrum. Poetical, miscellaneous, classical. Geographical, relating to some parts




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of India and of Persia. Some account of the Dialogues and of the Epistles of Plato. A specimen of some illustrations of the Systema naturae of Linnaeus. Postscript.
Published at 7 guineas. Rev. in The Monthly Rev. lxxviii. 384-397, December, 1815; in The Classical Journal, 1815, xi. 183-6. See also Dibdin's Library companion, London, 1824, ii. 332, n.

1816. The | works | of | Thomas Gray; | Vol. I. | Containing | the poems, | with critical notes; | a life of the author; | and an | essay on his poetry; | by the Rev John Mitford. | London: | Printed for J. Mawman, 39, Ludgate-street, | by S. Hamilton, Weybridge, Surrey. | 1816.
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4to, 2 vols., pp. [2], clxxvi, [8], 242, [1]; xviii, [2], 586. Volume ii. contains the Letters, with important additions and corrections from his own MSS. Frontispiece portrait engraved by J. Hopwood.   JRM, CAU, BM (78. h. 15, 16), B, ALE, HU, YU

1820. The | poems and letters | of | Thomas Gray. | With memoirs of his life and writings, | by | William Mason, M. A. | London: | Printed by J. F. Dove, St. John's Square; | for R. Priestley, High Holborn; and W. Clarke, | New Bond Street. | MDCCCXX.
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8vo, pp. [4], x, [5]-527. Frontispiece. Published at 10/6.   HH, NYP
Reprints Mason with the addition of Gray's letters to Walpole, from the quarto edition of Walpole's works.

1821. The works of Thomas Gray; containing his poems, and correspondence with several eminent literary characters. To which are added, Memoirs of his life and writings, by W. Mason, M. A. London. Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars, for F. C. and J. Rivington [and others]. 1821.
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Sm. 12mo, pp. xx, 545. Frontispiece, illum, t.-p. with vignette.   BKB, ZSB (cc. 2426)

Gray's | Letters and poems, | with a | life of the author. | New-York: | Published by R. & W. A. Bartow, and by W. A. | Bartow & Co. Richmond, (Vir.) | Gray & Bunce, Ptrs. | 1821.
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Sm. 12mo, pp. 212. Frontispiece portrait and engr. t.-p. with vignette illus.   HU, BM (10920. a. 5)
The frontispiece is apparently a reproduction of the bust of Gray in Westminster Abbey.

1825. The | works | of | Thomas Gray, | containing his | poems and correspondence, | with | memoirs | of his | life and writings. | A new edition, | containing some additions, not before printed, with | notes by the various editors. | In two volumes. | Vol. I. | London: | Printed for Harding, Triphook, and Lepard, | Finsbury Square. | MDCCCXXV.
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8vo, 2 vols., pp. [2], cxiv, 228; [4], xiii, [3], 365. Frontispiece portrait engraved by H. N. Crellin.   LC, ALE, B (Ev. 25.515)
A second printing of this edition, which I have not seen, is dated 1826.

The | works | of | Thomas Gray. | In two volumes. | Vol. I. | [Emblem.] | Oxford, | Talboys and Wheeler. | M.DCCC.XXV.
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8vo, 2 vols., pp. [2], cxiv, 228; [2], xiii, [1], 365. Frontispiece portrait engraved by H. N. Crellin. Substantially the same as the London edition.   B (25.515)

1826. The works of Thomas Gray. 1826. See no. 24.
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1827. The | works | of | Thomas Gray, Esq.; | collated | from the various editions. | With | memoirs of his life and writings, | by William Mason, M. A. | [Device.] | London: | Printed and published by J. F. Dove, | St. John's Square. | 1827.
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8vo, pp. x, 446. Portrait. Includes Garrick's lines (p. 433), Ode on the death of Mr. Gray (pp. 434-5), verses by the Earl of Carlisle (pp. 435-7), verses from Mason's Garden (pp. 438-9), Fragment of an ode (pp. 440-2), Stanzas on the death of Mr. G. (pp. 442-3), The tears of genius (pp. 443-6), and Mason's epitaph (p. 446).   HU

The letter to Mason, March 28, 1767 (Tovey, no. 296), and the Elegy in The selector, ed. J. G. Flügel, Leipsic, G. Reimer, 1827, 8vo, i. 174, ii. 106-9.
CU   [28  
Gray's | letters & poems, | with a life of the author. | New-York: | Published by W. A. Bartow. | John Gray & Co. Print. | 1827.
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16mo, pp. 212. Frontispiece portrait. Has also an engr. t.-p.: Poems | by | Thomas Gray | with vignette and an inscription. Life, pp. 3-23. Letters, pp. 25-144. English poems, pp. 145-204. Index, pp. 205-12.   BPL

1831. See the Grigg edition, no. 112, which includes both letters and poems.
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1835. The | works of Thomas Gray | Volume I | [Publisher's emblem.] | London | William Pickering | 1836 |
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1835-43. Sm. 8vo, 5 vols., published at 25/-. Portrait [H. W. Smith sc, underneath which is, Even in our ashes live &c T. Gray, and at the bottom the date, Jan. 1, 1837]. Edited by the Rev. John Mitford. Dedicated to Samuel Rogers. In the BM and COLU copies volume i. is dated 1840; volume ii., 1835. In the BM copy marked 991. a. 10-12, the date of volume i. is 1836, although the advertisement is dated April, 1837; volumes ii., iii., are dated 1835; volume iv., 1836; and volume v., 1843.   ALE, B, BM (991. a. 10-12), HU, COLU, NYP, CU, BN (two copies)
Contents. i. Memoir, by J. Mitford. Poems. Posthumous poems and fragments. Extracts. Poemata. Extracts, ii. Essay on the poetry of Gray. Letters, iii. Letters, continued, iv. Letters, continued. Criticisms of architecture and painting during a tour in Italy. Additional




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notes. v. Letter by T. J. Mathias, occasioned by the death of Norton Nicholls. Reminiscences of Gray by Nicholls. Correspondence of Gray and Nicholls. Correspondence of Brown and Nicholls relative to Gray. Letters from Nicholls to Barrett. Notes. Prose works by Gray.
Also reissued in 1857-8. See nos. 35-36. Volume i. also appeared as no. 38 of the Aldine Poets. Volume v. was also issued separately; see no. 31.

1843. The | correspondence of Thomas Gray | and the Rev. Norton Nicholls | with other pieces hitherto | unpublished | Edited by the Rev. John Mitford | [Emblem.] | London | William Pickering | 1843 |
HU, BPL, YU   [31  
Sm. 8vo, pp. ix, [3], 332. Twelve copies were printed on tinted paper for Dawson Turner of Yarmouth. This volume was also issued as volume v. of the Pickering edition of Gray's Works; see no. 30.

1847. The letters and poems of Thomas Gray. In The | poetical works | of | Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, | and Collins. | Complete in one volume. | Philadelphia. | Grigg & Elliot. | 1847.
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8vo, pp. var. Frontispiece. Gray fills pp. x, 47. Double columns. Apparently a reissue of no. 112, q.v.

1853. The | works of Thomas Gray | Volume I | [Publisher's emblem.] | London | William Pickering | 1853 |
NYP   [33  
Sm. 8vo, 5 vols. Volumes ii. and iii. are dated 1835, volume iv., 1836, and volume v., 1843, as is the case in no. 30. In every respect except the date on the title-page of volume i., no. 33 seems to be identical with no. 30.

1857. Same as no. 32. Reprinted by J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1857
CU   [34  
The poetical works of | Thomas Gray | [Publisher's device.] | London | Bell and Daldy Fleet Street | 1857 |
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8vo, pp. x (including portrait), cxii, 223. Edited by John Mitford. Half-title: The Aldine Edition | of the British | Poets | The poetical works of Thomas Gray |

1858. Same. Continuation, also edited by Mitford: The | works of Thomas Gray | Vol. II [III, IV] | London | 1858 |
HU   [36  
1863. Poems | and | letters | by | Thomas Gray | [Emblem.] | London | Printed at the Chiswick Press | 1863 |
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4to, pp. xvi, 415. Portrait and three illustrations, all photographs. Reprinted in 1867, 1874, and 1879.   NYP
Includes Walpole's sketch (pp. xiii-xvi).

1867. Same. 1867. See no. 37.
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1874. Same. 1874. See no. 37.
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1879. Same. 1879. See no. 37.
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Gray's Poems edited with Johnson's Life, and selections from Gray's Letters, by Francis Storr, M. A. London. Rivingtons.
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[1879.] 8vo, pp. vi, [2], 96. English School-Classics. Reprints Johnson's Life, pp. 1-15. New edition, [1882], same pagination. New [third] edition, [1886], same pagination.   B, BM (12205. aaa. 40. 10-12)
First edition rev. in The Academy, April 24, 1880, xvii. 302; by F. B. Butler in same, July 31, 1880, xviii. 83; answer by Storr, Aug. 7, p. 101; reply by Butler, Aug. 14, pp. 119-20.

1881. Letter to West, July 16, 1740, and to Wharton, Apr. 26, 1744 (Tovey, nos. 42, 60), Journal in the Lakes (one paragraph on Grasmere, "Passed by the little chapel of Wiborn" ...), Eton, Spr, PP, Adv, El in Robert Cochrane, The treasury of English literature, Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo & Co., 1881, large 8vo, pp. 282-88.
NYP   [39  
Sonnet to West, Letters to West, July 16, 1740, to Wharton, Apr. 26, 1744, to Nicholls, July 24, 1759 (Tovey, nos. 42, 60, 189) in H. Morley, Shorter works in English prose, London, Cassell, [1881], 8vo, pp. 285-8. Library of English Prose.
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1882. Gray's Poems, etc. [1882.] See no. 38.
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1884. The works | of | Thomas Gray | in prose and verse | edited by Edmund Gosse | Clark Lecturer on English Literature at the | University of Cambridge | In four vols. — Vol. I. | Poems, Journals, and Essays | London | Macmillan and Co. 1884 |
BM, CU, HU [41  
8vo, 4 vols. Portraits and facsimile. The Eversley Series. New York. A. C. Armstrong & Co. Rev. by W. J. Rolfe in The Literary World, Mar. 7, 1885, xvi. 75-6 (several errors noted) ; by H. C. Beeching in The Academy, Jan. 24, 1885, xxvii. 53; in The Saturday Review, Jan. 24, 1885, lix. 121-22, quoted in The Critic, June 20, 1885, n. s. iii. 298-9; [by Thomas R. Lounsbury] in The Nation, March 5, 1885, xl. 204-6; in The Athenaeum, Jan. 10, 1885, pp. 44-5; in The Atlantic Monthly, April, 1885, lv. 566-68; in The Spectator, May 9, 1885, lviii. 612-13; in The Critic, Feb. 14, 1885, n. s. iii. 74-5; by E. Teza in Nuova Antologia, Sept. 16, 1889, 3d ser. xxiii. 353-68. See also W. F. P[rideaux], Gray's Elegy, N. & Q., July 18, Sept. 5, 1885, 6th ser. xii. 47, 188, and Edward H. Marshall, reply in same, Oct. 3, p. 278; D. C. Tovey, The text of the Wharton letters, in his edition of the Letters, 1900, i. 381-93.
Contents. i. Poems, Journals, and Essays, ii., iii. Letters. iv. Notes on Aristophanes and Plato.
An American edition by Gosse having been announced by Frederick A. Stokes & Co. of New York, Mr. Gosse complained in The Athenaeum,




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Oct. 5, 1895, p. 453; answer by Frederick A. Stokes & Co. through their treasurer, George F. Foster, Nov. 2, p. 609, stating that the plates were bought by them from the Worthington Co. in 1893; rejoinder by Gosse, Nov. 9, p. 645. This reprint appeared in 1895.   LC, YU
In a New York auction catalogue a few years ago, I noted an offer of Gosse's edition, Providence, n. d., small 8vo, 4 vols. This may have been a printer's error.
Revised ed., 1902-6. Concerning this, see C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xlvi. 115-6. Noticed in The Bibliographer (New York), Oct., 1902, i. 328.

1886. Gray's Poems, etc. [1886.] See no. 38.
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1887. Thomas Gray: Choix de poésies. Texte anglais, publié avec une introduction comprenant des extraits de la correspondance de Gray, des notes grammaticales et explicatives, par Émile Legouis. Paris. Hachette & Cie. 1887.
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18mo, pp. 138. Cart. Published at 1 fr. 50 c. Not in the BM.   BK (Yk. 213)

1888. Letters, poems, and selected prose writings of Thomas Gray; edited, with a biographical memoir, by J. N. Larned. Buffalo, N. Y. The Courier Co. 1888.
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12mo, 2 vols., pp. vii, [1], 351; iii, [1], 408. Portrait.

1890. Gray and his friends | letters and relics | in great part hitherto unpublished. | Edited by | Duncan C. Tovey, M. A. | Trinity College. | Cambridge: | At the University Press. | 1890 | All rights reserved |
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8vo, pp. xvi, 312. Contents. Introductory essay, i. Unpublished letters, chiefly of foreign travel, ii. Correspondence and remains of Richard West. iii. Gray to John Chute, iv. Gray to Percy and Brockett. v. Miss Speed to Gray. vi. Gray's Notes of travel, vii. Thoughts and verse fragments, viii. Collectanea and conjectures, ix. Latin poems.   BM (10921. e. 14), NYP
Rev. in The Saturday Rev., Aug. 16, 1890, lxx. 201-2; in The Spectator, Oct. 4, 1890, lxv. 448-9; by E. Dowden in The Academy, Oct. 11, 1890, xxxviii. 309; [by Geo. E. Woodberry] in The Nation, Oct. 9, 1890, li. 293-4; in The Athenaeum, Aug. 16, 1890, pp. 218-9. Cf. Mrs. Helen Toynbee in N. & Q., Nov. 5, 1898, 9th ser. ii. 365-6, and D. C. Tovey in same, Dec. 3, pp. 452-3.

1894. Selections | from the poetry and prose of | Thomas Gray | edited | with an introduction and notes | by | William Lyon Phelps | A.M. (Harvard), Ph.D. (Yale) | Instructor in English Literature at Yale College | Boston, U. S. A. | Ginn & Company, Publishers | 1894 |
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Sm. 8vo, pp. [2], 1, [2], 179. Portrait. The Athenaeum Press Series. Rev. by W. J. Rolfe in The Critic, June 2, 1894, xxiv. 373; in The Harvard Graduates' Mag., Sept., 1894, iii. 143-4.
Contents. Introduction. Poems. Selections from the Letters. Journal in the Lakes. Notes.




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1898. Spr, Eton, El, PP (extracts), Journal in the Lakes (extracts) in Andrew J. George, From Chaucer to Arnold: types of literary art in prose and verse, New York, Macmillan, 1898, 8vo, pp. 292-304.
[46a  
1902. The works of Thomas Gray in prose and verse. 1902-6. See no. 41.
[47  
Selections in William and Robert Chambers, Cyclopaedia of English literature, new [4th] edition by David Patrick, LL.D., London, W. & R. Chambers, Ltd., 1902, large 8vo, ii. 359-67.
[48  
Letters (selections), Eton, Music (selections), PP (selections), Bard, El, Ed.

1912. The poems | of Thomas | Gray | with a selection | of letters | & essays | [Emblem.] | London: Published | by J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd | and in New York | by E. P. Dutton & Co
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1912. 16mo, pp. xxiii, [1], 390. Everyman's Library, no. 628. Introduction by John Drinkwater. Includes the English poems, most of the Latin poems, 150 letters, and the Metrum.
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Sept. 21, 1912, p. 305.

In praise of Cambridge. An anthology in prose and verse, selected and edited by [Sir] Sydney [Philip Perigal] Waterlow. London. Constable & Co. 1912. 8vo. See pp. 3-5, 33-36.
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Ign, p. 3. Letter to West, Dec., 1736 (Tovey, no. 4), pp. 3-4. Letter to Dr. Clarke, Aug. 12, 1760 (Tovey, no. 208), p. 4. Cand, pp. 4-5. Music, pp. 33-5. Letter to Warton, March 25, 1756 (Tovey, no. 129), and to N. Nicholls, June 24, 1769 (Tovey, no. 347), p. 36. See also pp. 35-6.

1915. The correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton (1734-1771). Edited by Paget Toynbee. 1915. See no. 1248.
[50a  
A journey in Hades, i. 13-15. E lib. 6to Thebaidos, pp. 71-4. Fragments, pp. 93-4. Sapphic ode, pp. 184-6. Sapphics, p. 261. Zeph, pp. 302-3. Fragment on the Gaurus, pp. 334-6. Song by Buondelmonti, p. 343 and ii. 6-7. Farewell to Florence, ii. 6. Inscription for a wood, p. 44. Sophonisba to Masinissa, pp. 45-7. Spr, pp. 57-8. Cat, pp. 66-7. Cog iv, pp. 74-5. Characters of the Christ-Cross Row, pp. 81-4. Adv, pp. 111-13. Cand, pp. 226-7. Translation of Thebaid ix. 319-27, pp. 299-300.

1916. Eton, El, PP, Bard, FS, Sketch, Letters (Tovey, nos. 24, 26, 27, 92, 156) in Franklyn Bliss Snyder and Robert Grant Martin, A book of English literature, New York, Macmillan, 1916, 8vo, pp. 342-52.
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3.  POETICAL WORKS

1756. Poems | by | Mr. T. Gray. | Containing, | I. Ode on the Spring. | II. Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, | Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes. | III. Ode on the distant Prospect of Eton | College. | IV. A Long Story. | V. Hymn addressed to Adversity. | VI. Elegy written in a Country Church- | yard. | Dublin: | Printed for George and Alexander Ewing, | at the Angel and Bible in Dame-street. | 1756.
[51  
8vo, pp. 31. Reprints the six poems in Bentley's Designs of 1753 (see no. 178). Described by W. F. Prideaux in N. & Q., May 26, 1906, 10th ser. v. 406. The only copy known to be in existence is in the possession of Mr. Edmund Gosse.

1768. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | [Emblem.] | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall. | MDCCLXVIII.
[52  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 119, [2]. Some copies have also a half-title, which makes four preliminary pages. See also under no. 53. Published in July, 1768; according to Gosse, Gray, p. 178, before Oct. 2, 250 copies were sold. The price was 2/6.   JRM, CAU, BM (239. e. 5), BN (Yk. 2658-9), YU
Rev. by M. in The Scots Mag., July, 1768, xxx. 361; in The London Mag., March, 1768, xxxvii. 157 (six lines); in The Critical Rev., May, 1768, xxv. 366-71 (reprints The Fatal Sisters, pp. 368-9); in The Monthly Rev., May, 1768, xxxviii. 408.

Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | [Emblem.] | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall. | MDCCLXVIII.
[53  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 119, [2]. In smaller type than the previous edition; there was apparently no other change.   B, BM (11607. bbb. 23), HU
Concerning this edition see F. W. D. in N. & Q., Sept. 18, 1886, 7th ser. ii. 228, and Albert Hartshorne's reply in same, Oct. 2, p. 276. Both of Dodsley's editions are described by W. F. Prideaux in N. & Q., Apr. 28, 1906, 10th ser. v. 321-22.

Poems | by | Mr Gray. | [Vignette on copper.] | Dublin: Printed by William Sleator [Sleater] | in Castle-Street. | 1768.
[54  
12mo, pp. 187. Frontispiece. The Leaping Bard emblem on t.-p., wdct., tail-pieces.   BM (11632. de. 11), YU
Contents. Spr, Cat, Eton, LSt, Adv, PP, Bard, FSis, Odin, Owen. Carmen elegiacum, in coemeterio rustico compositum, by R. Lloyd, pp. 115-25. Elegia scripta in coemeterio rustico, latinè reddita [by C. Anstey], pp. 126-50, with the English on opposite pages. Ode on Ranelagh, addressed to the ladies, pp. 153-62. An evening contemplation in a college, pp. 163-73. The bard, a burlesque ode written by R. Lloyd and G. Colman, pp. 175-87.
Described by W. F. Prideaux in N. & Q., Apr. 28, 1906, 10th ser. v. 322.




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Poems | by | Mr. T. Gray. | This collection contains all the author's | poetical works, among which are three | never before published in Ireland. | Cork: | Printed by William Flyn, | for | S. Swiney, J. Bardin, T. White, & W. Flyn. | M.DCC.LXVIII.
[55  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 79. An evening contemplation in a college, pp. 73-9. In the Elegy the redbreast stanza is printed as stanza 30, just before the Epitaph.   CU
The volume has this dedication:
To | Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, | as a chief promoter of it, | this edition, | of | Gray's Poems, | designed to exhibit a specimen of | the art of printing, | in this city, | is with all due respect | inscribed by | the editors.
The edition is described by W. F. Prideaux in N. & Q., May 26, 1906, 10th ser. v. 406.

Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | Glasgow: | Printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, | Printers to the University, | M.DCC.LXVIII. | *[sic]
[56  
4to, pp. [iv], 63, [1]. Page [i], title-page; p. [ii], blank; p. [iii], Advertisement; p. [iv], blank; pp. 1-63, text and notes; p. 64, Contents. Signatures, 2 leaves, A-H in fours. The text was furnished by James Beattie. Described by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xliii. 149-55.   JRM, BM (83. k. 9), B, YU

1770. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | [Monogram.] | London, | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall Mall. | MDCCLXX.
[57  
8vo, pp. [ii], 120, [1].   B, BM (11633. b. 29), HU, NYP, ZSB

1771. Poems | by | Thomas Gray. | [Vignette of sunrise, C. Grignion sc.] | Dublin: | Printed by Thomas Ewing, Capel-Street. | M.DCC.LXXI.
[58  
4to, pp. [iv], 69. Includes the English poems only. Apparently from the Glasgow edition of 1768 (see no. 56), which the printer in his dedication speaks of having received. Printed to remove "the reproaches which Ireland has long laboured under for bad printing."   HU, B (2804. d. 17)

1773. Poems by Mr. Gray. Edinburgh. Printed for J. Balfour and W. Creech. 1773.
[59  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 59. The British Poets, volume xlii.   BM (11604. a. 42)

Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | Glasgow: | Printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, | Printers to the University, | M.DCC.LXXIII.
[60  
24mo, pp. [iv], 55. The text is the same as Beattie's, 1768 (see no. 56), with the notes at the foot of the page. The Ode for music is added.   BM (238. a. 27 (2))




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1774. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of his Life. | [Emblem, an urn with fruit and flowers.] | London: | Sold by A. Millar in the Strand.
[61  
[1774?] Sm. 8vo, pp. xv, [1], 155. P. [i], title; p. [ii], blank; pp. iii-xv, The life of Mr. Gray; p. [xvi], Contents; pp. 1-155, text. Register, A-K in eights, L, four leaves, M, two leaves. The verso of M2 is blank. Includes only the English poems.
The BM copy (11612. aaa. 26) has the autograph of Robert Burns, 1775, on the title-page.

1775. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | [Vignette on copper.] | Dublin: | Printed by William Sleator [Sleater], at No 51, | In Castle-street. | 1775.
[62  
12mo, pp. 185, [6], (180-211), [4], (192-211), [1]. Pp. [1, 2], wanting; p. [3], title-page; p. [4], blank; p. [5], Contents [of pp. 1-176]; p. [6], blank; p. [7], Advertisement; p. [8], blank; pp. [9]-151, text of poems as in the first Dublin edition, 1768; p. [152], blank; pp. [153]-166, Elegia scritta in cimiterio di campagna, translated by Abbate Crocchi of Sienna; pp. [167]-176, Ode performed at the installation of His Grace Augustus Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton; pp. [177]-183, Ode on the pleasure arising from vicissitude; pp. [184]-185, Ode on the death of Hoel; p. [186], Sonnet on the death of Mr. Richard West; p. [187], Epitaph on Mrs. Clarke; p. [188], Epitaph on Sir William Williams; pp. [177*]-211*,1 Ode on Ranelagh, An evening contemplation in a college, and The bard, a burlesque ode, as in the first Dublin edition, pp. 153-187, except that whereas in that edition the sheets were signed H, I, here they are signed I, K; p. [189], Elegia inglese | del signor | Tommaso Gray, | sopra un cimitero | di campagna | trasportata | in versi latini, | e | volgari. | [Vignette.] | In Eblana CICICCCLXXVI. | Presso G. Sleator [Sleater]. | [L]; pp. 190-211, the Elegy in English, in Latin, by Giovanni Costa, and in Italian, by Giuseppe Gennari; p. [212], Index, which consists of the Contents of p. [5], plus the titles of poems on pp. [177]-211, and ignores pp. [177*]-211.* Frontispiece and tail-pieces. Register: 4 leaves; B-H in twelves; I, six leaves; [I], twelve leaves; [K], six leaves; [L], twelve leaves.
The above may be explained by saying that there were prepared two sets of pages 177-211: (a) the parodies which had appeared in the Dublin edition of 1768 on pp. 153-187; (b) five short poems by Gray, and the Elegy in English, Italian, and Latin; then both sets were bound up together, with (a) inserted between pages 188 and 189 of (b).
Described by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xliii. 155-6.   BM (11633. aa. 22)

1776. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | [Vignette.] | London: | Printed for J. Murray, No. 32. Fleet Street, | and C. Elliott, Edinburgh. | MDCCLXXVI.
[63  
8vo, pp. [ii], 146. P. [i], half-title; p. [ii], blank; p. [1], title; p. [2], blank; p. [3], The Contents; p. [4], blank; pp. [5]-xviii, A short

1  The stars are here used for convenience; they do not occur in the book itself.




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account of the life and writings of Mr. Gray; pp. [19]-146, text. Frontispiece and one plate.
The contents are the same as in the Millar edition of [1774?]; see no. 61. An irregular ode is now called Ode for music.   HH, BM (11633. e. 49)

1777. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | Glasgow: | Printed by Andrew Foulis, | M.DCC.LXXVII.
[64  
24mo, pp. [iv], 56. The contents are the same as in the Beattie edition of 1768 (see no. 56), with the notes at the foot of the page. The Ode for music is added.   BM (11630. a. 5 (2))

1778. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | [Vignette.] | London: | Printed for J. Murray, No. 32, Fleet Street. | MDCCLXXVIII.
[65  
12mo, pp. [vi], 158. 3 plates. P. [i], half-title; pp. [ii], [iv], [vi], blank; p. [iii], title, as given above; p. [v], dedication, to Sir Thomas Mills; pp. [i]-vii, Advertisement to this edition; p. [viii], blank; p. [ix], Contents; p. [x], blank; pp. [xi]-xxiv, A short account of the life and writings of Mr. Gray; pp. [xxv]-xxxii, The last will and testament of Mr. Thomas Gray; pp. [xxxiii]-xxxix, The tears of genius. An ode. To the memory of Mr. Gray. (By J. T—.); p. [xl], blank; pp. [41]-158, text.   NYP

1779. Poems by Mr. Gray. Dublin. 1779.
[66  
Cr. 8vo. I have not seen this.

Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | With a | biographical and critical | account of the author. | London: | Sold by R. Tomlins, J. Chandler, | D. Watson, and H. Middleton. | MDCCLXXIX.
[67  
8vo. Frontispiece. Contents. P. [i], title-page as given above; pp. [ii], [xviii], blank; pp. iii-xv, The life of Mr. Gray; p. xvi, An epitaph on Mr. Gray in Westminster Abbey, 1778; p. [xvii], Contents; pp. [19]-165, text.

1780. The | poetical works | of | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | London: | Printed for the Booksellers in Town and Country.
[68  
[1780?] 8vo, pp. viii, 46. The frontispiece is a wretched woodcut of a churchyard.   BM (11633. df. 13)
Includes twelve English poems.

1782. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With the life of the author. | [Quotation from the Ode to Adversity, ll. 41-48; Gray of himself.] | Edinburg: | At the Apollo Press, by the Martins. | Anno 1782.
[69  
24mo, pp. xxxiv, 94. P. [i], title-page; p. [ii], blank; p. [iii], second title-page; p. [iv], blank; pp. [v]-xxiv, Life; pp. xxv-xxviii, Will; pp. xxix-xxxiv, The tears of genius, by J. T[aite]; pp. 1-94, text. Register, A-G in sixes; H, five leaves. Bell's edition of The Poets of Great




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Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill, no. 100. Bound with the works of C. Pitt, and Richard and Gilbert West. Portrait and engr. t.-p. [a scene illustrating the lines, On Thracia's hills the Lord of War Has curb'd the fury of his car].   BM (1066. c. 8), BN (Yk. 417), HU

1782. The poetical works of Thomas Gray, with the life of the author. London. J. Bell. 1782.
[69a  
24mo. Bound with The poetical works of Richard West. The Poets of Great Britain. See no. 74.   BN (Yk. 417 and 526)

1786. Poems. | By | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | [Publisher's emblem.] | London: | Printed for J. Murray, (No. 32.) Fleet- | Street. | MDCCLXXXVI.
[70  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [iv], 178. P. [i], engraved half-title: Poems; by Mr Gray. | [Engraving.] | London: Printed for J. Murray, No 32, Fleet Street; p. [ii], blank; p. [iii], title-page as above; p. [iv], blank; pp. [i]-vii, Advertisement; p. [viii], blank; p. [ix], Contents; p. [x], blank; pp. [xi]-xxiv, A short account of the life and writings of Mr. Gray; pp. [xxv]-xxxii, The last will and testament of Mr. Thomas Gray; pp. [xxxiii]-xxxix, The tears of genius. An ode. To the memory of Mr. Gray. (By J. T—.); pp. [xl], [xli], blank; pp. [42]-157, text of the poems; p. [158], blank; pp. 159-178, Notes. Register, half-title, A, six leaves, B-L in eights, M, four leaves. 6 plates.   BM (11643. b. 36), B

The | poems | of | Mr. Gray. | With | notes | by | Gilbert Wakefield, B. A. | late Fellow of Jesus-College, Cambridge. |
Ingenium cui sit, cui mens divinior, atque os
Magna sonaturum, des nominis hujus honorem.
                    Horat.
Creative Genius; and the glow divine,
That warms and melts th' enthusiastic soul;
A pomp and prodigality of phrase:
These form the poet, and these shine in thee! |
[Monogram, G. K.] | London: | Printed for G. Kearsley, at Johnson's Head, | No. 46. Fleet-street. 1786. | Entered at Stationers-Hall.
[71  
8vo, pp. xxvi, [2], 207. Life, pp. v-xxii. Will, pp. xxiii-xxvi. English poems.   B, BM (993. k. 10), ALE, HU, YU, CU
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1786, lvi. 591-93; by C. T. in same, Jan., 1788, lviii. 22-5; in The Monthly Rev., June, 1787, lxxvi. 505-13. For a note on this edition, see Varro in N. & Q., Feb. 22, 1851, 1st ser. iii. 138.

1787. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Glasgow: | Printed by Andrew Foulis, Printer | to the University. | M.DCC.LXXXVII.
[72  
Folio, pp. [6], xxiii, 116, 20. P. [1], half-title; p. [2], blank; p. [3], title-page as above; p. [4], blank; p. [5], Dedication to Sir Roger




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Newdigate, Bt.; p. [6], blank; pp. i-xxiii, Life [chiefly from Mason]; p. [1], Contents; p. [2], blank; pp. 3-116, text; pp. 1-20, Notes.   BM (643. m. 8 (1)), ALE, YU, LP
Follows the text of Beattie (see no. 56) exactly, adding Music, Hoel, Sonnet, EpCl, EpWms, LSt, Vic, Essay I [Ed], Agrippina, Stanzas to Mr. Bentley, Ode [Sapphic ode], Fragmentum Alcaicum, Ode [Zeph], [Alcaic] Ode, Epistola [Sophonisba to Masinissa], Cog; Gray's notes; notes from Mason.
Also bound up with the poems of James Hammond, Lord Lyttleton, and William Collins. Also bound up with Collins alone.

Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | A | new edition. | London: | Printed for Osborne and Griffin, and | J. Mozley, Gainsbrough. | M.DCC.LXXXVII.
[73  
12mo, pp. 108. Contains Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, FSis, Odin, Owen, El, Music; no notes.   BM (11632. a. 21), BNB

1788. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With the life of the author. | [Quotations, 7 lines from the Ode to Adversity, and Gray of himself.] | London: | Printed under the direction of J. Bell, | British Library, Strand, | Bookseller to His Royal Highness | the Prince of Wales. | 1788.
[74  
32mo, pp. 95, [1]. Frontispiece portrait, and (p. [1]) engr. t.-p. headed, Bell's Edition. | The Poets of Great Britain | complete from | Chaucer [to] Churchill. With vignette, illustrating the lines, On Thracia's Hills the Lord of War Has curb'd the fury of his Car. P. [i], title-page as above; pp. [ii], [iv], blank; p. [iii], a second title-page; pp. [v]-xxiv, Life; pp. xxv-xxviii, Will; pp. xxix-xxxiv, The tears of genius, an ode, to the memory of Mr. Gray. (By J. T—.) The English poems only.

1790. Poems. | By | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | London: | Printed for J. Murray, (No. 32.) Fleet- | Street. | MDCCLXXXX.
[75-76  
8vo, pp. [ii], 178. P. [i], title-page as above; p. [ii], blank; pp. iii-vii, Advertisement; p. [viii], blank; p. [ix], Contents; p. [x], blank; pp. xi-xxiv, A short account of the life and writings of Mr. Gray; pp. xxv-xxxii, The last will and testament of Mr. Thomas Gray; pp. xxxiii-xxxix, The tears of genius; p. [xl], blank; pp. 41-157, text; p. [158], blank; pp. 159-178, Notes. Plates.   BM (11631. bbb. 17)

1791. Pope, Thompson [sic] and Gray. Poesie inglesi colla traduzione in varie lingue. S. n. A. 1791.
[77  
I have not seen this.   BNF

1793. Poems | by | Mr. Gray. | Parma | Printed by Bodoni | MDCCXCIII.
[78  
4to, pp. [6], xxvi, [2], 107.   B, ALE, BN (Yk. 109-10), NYP, LC
Bound with it are Torelli's Italian translation of the Elegy, with the English, pp. [2], xix; Cesarotti's Italian translation, pp. [2], 10, [1]; and Costa's Latin translation, pp. [2], 7, [1].




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Noticed by James Henry Dixon in The American Bibliopolist, June, 1875, vii. 125, and in N. & Q., Apr. 3, 1875, 5th ser. iii. 265. Comment on Bodoni by H. K., Frank Rede Fowke, and Frederick Rule in same, May 15, 1875, p. 393.
200 ordinary copies and 100 large paper copies were printed.

1794. A | complete edition | of the | poets | of Great Britain. | Volume the tenth. | Containing | Young, Gray, B. West, Lyttleton, Moore, Boyce, Thompson, | Cawthorne, Churchill, Falconer, Lloyd, Cunningham, Green, Cooper, | Goldsmith, P. Whitehead, Brown, Grainger, Smollet & Armstrong. | [Vignette illustrating the Ode to Spring.] | London: Printed for Iohn & Arthur Arch. 23. Gracechurch Street. | And for Bell & Bradfute & I. Mundell & Co. Edinburgh.
[79  
1794. 8vo. Edited by Robert Anderson. The title-page for Gray (p. 183) reads as follows:
The | poetical works | of Thomas Gray. | Containing | odes, | epitaphs, | Elegy in a country church-yard, | A long story, | &c. &c. &c. | To which is prefixed | the life of the author. | [Warton's Sonnet to Gray.] | Edinburgh. | Printed by Mundell & Son, Royal Bank Close. | Anno 1794.
The whole of Gray occupies pp. 183-229. The life occupies pp. 185-213; the works, pp. 215-229.   CAU, BM (11607. ff. 1), BPL, BN (Yk. 258), NYP, YU
The life, based on Mason's work, incorporates the Latin and the posthumous English poems, Johnson's criticism, Temple's eulogy, etc.

1797. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray | consisting of | odes, miscellanies, | &c. &c. | London, | Printed by Ph. Le Boussonnier & Co. | . . . And sold by | The Author No. 38 Long-Acre [and others]. | 1797.
[80  
12mo, pp. [viii], 159. Has also a second title-page opposite in French. Followed by Liste des souscripteurs pour cette ouvrage, 5 pp. A French prose translation by D. B. (said to stand for Du Bois) is printed on alternate pages with the English.   BM (991. g. 27 (2))
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Aug., 1797, n. s. xxiii. 461; in The British Critic, Jan., 1798, xi. 74-5 (reprints the Epitaph of the Elegy in French).

1798. Poésies | de | Gray, | traduites en français, | le texte vis-a-vis la traduction, | avec des notes et des éclaircissemens | également en français et en anglais; | ouvrage propre à faciliter l'intelligence de | la langue anglaise, particulièrement dans la haute | poésie. | Multum ille et verae gloriae, quamvis uno libro, meruit. | Quintil. | A Paris, | Chez Lemierre, éditeur et libraire. | rue Jacob, No 12, vis-a-vis la rue des Deux-Anges. | An VI.
[81  
1798. 8vo, pp. xii, 173, [2].   BM (1162. i. 19), BN (Yk. 244 and 2667), HU




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The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With | the life of the author. | [Last 6 ll. of Taite's Tears of genius.] | [Emblem.] | Glasgow: | Printed by R. Chapman, for | Richard Scott, Bookseller, | and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain. | 1798.
[82  
24mo, pp. 83, [1]. Frontispiece and portrait. The life occupies pp. 3-23; The tears of genius, pp. 24-8; the English poems, pp. 29-83.   BM (11609. aaa. 29), BPL, NYP, HU

1799. Poems by Thomas Gray, LL. B. containing odes, epitaphs, Elegy, &c. &c. Ludlow. George Nicholson. 1799.
[83  
16mo, pp. xxxi, [1], 32. On the title-page is a stipple portrait drawn by J. Chapman from the painting by Wilson.   B (280. o. 709)
Contains the English poems only.

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray, LL. B. | late Professor of Modern Languages and History in the University of Cambridge: | with some account of | his life and writings. | The whole | carefully revised; and illustrated by notes, | original and selected. | To which are annexed, | Poems | written by, addressed to, or in memory of, | Mr. Gray; | several of which were never before collected. | [Quotation, PP iii. 3. 1-4.] | London: | Printed for J. Scatcherd, no. 12, Ave-Maria Lane. | 1799.
[84  
16mo, pp. lv, [1], 186. 3 plates, one of which is a portrait. The preface is signed J. Edited by Stephen Jones.   NYP
There was also apparently an 8vo edition with 6 plates.
The annexed poems include (1) Garrick's verses (see no. 1533), pp. 163-4; (2) West's Ode to May (see no. 1530), pp. 165-6; (3) Ode on the death of Mr. Gray (see no. 1602), pp. 167-70; (4) Fragment of an ode on the death of Mr. Gray (see no. 1600), pp. 171-5; (5) Stanzas on the death of Mr. Gray, by A Lady (see no. 1604), pp. 176-7; (6) Taite's Tears of genius (see no. 1582), pp. 178-85; (7) Mason's epitaph on Gray in Westminster Abbey (see no. 1565), p. 186. The editor says that only the second and the sixth of these were ever before collected.
The printer was C. Whittingham. 750 copies were printed at a cost of £28 6d. See H. R. Plomer in The Library, Apr. 1, 1901, 2d ser. ii. 153; also same, 1896, viii. 563.
Rev. in The European Mag., Nov., 1799, xxxvi. 326; in The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1799, lxix. 2. 877-8.

1800. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray, LL. B. | late Professor of Modern Languages and History in the University of Cambridge: | with some account of | his life and writings, | The whole carefully revised; and illustrated by notes. | To which are annexed, | Poems | addressed to, and in memory of, | Mr. Gray; | several of which were never before collected. | Second edition, | considerably enlarged and improved. | London: |




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Printed by C. Whittingham, | Dean Street, Fetter Lane; | for T. N. Longman and O. Rees; F. and C. Rivington; [and others, 4 ll. altogether.] | 1800.
[85  
Sm. 8vo, pp. lvi, 223. Preface signed S. J. [i.e., Stephen Jones].   HH, BM (11609. aaa. 30), NYP
Life, pp. xvii-xlix. Will, pp. l-lvi. English poems, pp. 1-188. Miscellany, pp. 189-223.
To this second edition Jones added a literal translation of the original of Odin; a prose translation of the original of Owen; an imitation from the Gododin (= Caradoc, no. 463a, and Conan, no. 470b); the Hymeneal (see no. 1179); the Sapphic ode to West (= Arist); Zeph; and several other minor posthumous poems. To the miscellany about Gray he added the Earl of Carlisle's Ode on the death of Mr. Gray (see no. 1549) and Mason's Lines to the memory of Gray from his English garden, book iii, 1779 (see no. 1566).
1500 ordinary and 250 large paper copies were printed at a cost of £61 13s. 6d. See H. R. Plomer in The Library, Apr. 1, 1901, 2d ser. ii. 153.
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1801, lxxi. 157.

The | poems | of | Gray. | A new edition. | Adorned with plates. | London: | Printed by T. Bensley, | Bolt Court, Fleet Street, | for F. J. Du Roveray, Great St. Helens; | and sold by J. Wright, Piccadilly; | and T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row. | 1800.
[86  
8vo, pp. xxx, 162. 6 plates. The BM copy is extra-illustrated by William Upcott with portraits, views, and other engravings; seventy pages of additional poems in MS.; and 150 pages of imitations and additional notes in MS.   BN (Yk. 243 and 2661 and Vélins 2374), LP, BM (C. 43. d. 27)
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1801, lxxi. 157-8; in The Monthly Rev., Jan., 1801, n. s. xxxiv. 95; in The British Critic, Sept., 1800, xvi. 318.
Reissued in 1801.   LP, LC

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With the life of the author. | [Adv 41-48 and Sketch.] | London: | Printed and published by | G. Cawthorn, British Library, Strand. | 1800.
[87  
24mo, pp. 101, [1]. Frontispiece portrait. Engr. t.-p. (same as in no. 69) also a second title-page which reads as follows: The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Containing his | odes, miscellanies, | &c. &c. &c. | [14 ll. from Taite's Tears of genius.] | London: | Printed and published by | G. Cawthorn, British Library, Strand. [ 1800. Bell's Edition xlviii. Reproduces no. 69 with some additions.   NYP, YU

1801. The poems of Gray. A new edition. Adorned with plates. London. Printed by W. Bulmer & Co. 1801.
[88  
8vo, pp. xxix, 162. Frontispiece and 5 plates. Some account of the life and writings of Gray, pp. vii-xxv.   BM (11633. c. 25)




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The poems of Gray. 1801. See no. 86.
[89  
1804. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray, LL. B. | late Professor of Modern Languages | and History in the University | of Cambridge. | Philadelphia: | Printed for Benjamin Johnson, Jacob | Johnson, and Robert Johnson. 1804.
[90  
12mo, pp. 207. Frontispiece.   NYP, BPL, HU
Pp. 173-204 include Poems addressed to, and in memory of, Mr. Gray.

1805. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Collated with the best editions: by Thomas Park, Esq. F. S. A. London. Printed at the Stanhope Press by Charles Whittingham for John Sharpe. 1805.
[91  
32mo, pp. iv, 99. Plate (illustrating The bard i. 2. ll. 5, 6). In The Works of the British Poets Collated with the Best Editions by T. Park xxx.   BM (1066. c. 42), LC, YU

The poetical works of Thomas Gray, containing his odes, miscellanies, . . . etc. With an account of the life and writings of the author. London, Printed by C. Cooke for W. Suttaby, Stationers Court, & C. Corrall, 38, Charing Cross. 1805.
[92  
32mo, pp. [iv], 68. Frontispiece (illustrating stanza 26 of the Elegy). In The selector, containing the poetical works of Gray, Goldsmith, Falconer, and Somerville, London, W. Suttaby and Crosby & Co. and C. Corrall, 1806.   BM (11612. a. 20), CAU (8700. d. 29), NYP
Life, pp. i-xxii. Will, pp. xxii-xxiv. Includes 17 English poems only, pp. 25-68.
The NYP copy has the following title page: The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Containing his | odes | miscellanies, | &c. &c. &c. [14 ll. from Taite's Tears of genius.] | London: | Printed and embellished | under the direction of | C. Cooke.
Cf. no. 87. At the end are the words, C. Whittingham, printer.

1807. The | poetical works | of Thomas Gray. | With | the life of the author, | by Samuel Johnson, L. L. D. | [Quotation, ten lines.] | In one volume. | London: | Printed for Cadell and Davis; [etc., eleven lines.] | 1807.
[93  
16mo, pp. 114. Portrait. Half-title: The poets of Great Britain | [Vignette.] | Gray. | [Quotation, two lines.]   HU

1808. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With the life of the author, by Samuel Johnson, LL. D. London: Printed for Charles Taylor, 108, Hatton Garden. 1808.
[94  
8vo, pp. 27, [1]. Frontispiece portrait.   BM (11604. ff. 1), NYP

The | poetical works | of Thomas Gray. | Collated with the best editions: | by | Thomas Park, Esq. F. S. A. | London: | Printed at the Stanhope Press, | by Charles Whittingham, | 103, Goswell Street; | for J. Sharpe; and sold by W. Suttaby, |




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Stationers' Court, Ludgate Street. | 1808. | In The British poets: with the most approved translations of the Greek and Roman poets, with dissertations, notes, &c. The text collated with the best editions, by Thomas Park, Esq. F. S. A. London. Printed for J. Sharpe. 1810-24. Vol. xlv.
[95  
32mo, pp. 99. Frontispiece (Bard i. 2. 5, 6). Garrick's verses, pp. 5-6. West's Ode, pp. 6-7. Mason's Epitaph, p. 7. English poems, pp. 9-79. Latin poems, pp. 80-99.   LP, BN (Yk. 645), COLU
This is a reprint of the Park edition of 1805 (see no. 91). The general title-page of the COLU copy reads: The | works | of the | British poets, | collated with the best editions: | by | Thomas Park, F.S.A. | Vol. XXX. | Containing the | poems of Collins and Gray, | and | Falconer and Day. | London: | Printed for J. Sharpe, opposite Albany, | Piccadilly; and sold by | W. Suttaby, Stationers' Court, Ludgate Street. | 1808.

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With an | account of the life and writings | of | the author. | London: | Printed by W. Wilson, St. John's Square, | for J. Walker; | [and others, 7 lines]. | 1808.
[96  
Narrow 24mo, pp. 64. Frontispiece, illustrating El 98-100. Life, pp. 5-20, differing but slightly from the one in no. 82. English poems, pp. 21-64 (Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, FS, Odin, Owen, Hoel, Music, LSt, El, EpCl, Statius, Sketch).   BPL, NYP, COLU

Select British poets, containing the entire works of Milton, Young, Thomson, Gray, and Pope's translations of the Iliad and Odyssey; with portraits and lives. 1808-10. 8vo.
[97  
1810. The | works | of the | English poets, | from Chaucer to Cowper; | including the | series edited, | with | prefaces, biographical and critical, | by Dr. Samuel Johnson: | and | the most approved translations. | The | additional lives | by Alexander Chalmers, F. S. A. | In twenty-one volumes. | Vol. X. | Hughes, | Sheffield, | Prior, | Congreve, | Blackmore, | Fenton, | Gay. | London: | Printed for J. Johnson; [and others, 9 ll.]. | 1810.
[98  
8vo, pp. xi, [1], 598. Gray, pp. 135-58. Life by Johnson, pp. 137-43. English poems, pp. 145-58 (Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, El, PP, Bard, FS, Odin, Owen, EpCl, Impr, Music, LSt).   B, BM (2041. f), CU, COLU, NYP, HU, YU

The poetical works of Thomas Gray, containing his odes, miscellanies, &c. &c. &c. London. Printed for T. Mills by C. Whittingham.
[99  
[1810?] 24mo, pp. [2], xxiv, 68. Frontispiece, vignette in title-page.   BM (11641. de. 6)
The Life fills pp. i-xxii; the Will, pp. xxii-xxiv.

1812. The poetical works of Thomas Gray.
[100  
1812.   COLU (824 G79. L), missing June 24, 1907.




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1814. The poems of Thomas Gray. With critical notes, a life of the author, and an essay on his poetry, by the Rev. John Mitford. London. Printed for White, Cochrane, and Co. 1814.
[101  
8vo, pp. viii, clxxxiv, 271. Frontispiece [not in the BM copy, but mentioned p. vi, inserted by permission of Henry Downing Whittington of Downing College, Cambridge], portrait by Heath and Holl, after Eckhardt, and another portrait by Hopwood after Corbould.   BM (1347. h. 20), HH, CAU, HU
Life, pp. i-cx; Essay on Gray's poetry, pp. cxi-clxxxiv.
On this edition see Dibdin's Library companion, London, 1824, ii. 332, note. Mitford's copy with MS. corrections for the edition of 1816 is in the Harvard University Library.

1815. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. In The Works of the British Poets Collated with the Best Editions by T. Park xxxii. 1815.
[102  
So. Kens. Mus. (Forster)
A reprint of the Park edition of 1805 (see no. 91).

1816. Selections in Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Maria Edgeworth, Readings on poetry, Boston, Wells & Lilly, 1816.
[102a  
There was also a London edition. Rev. by Richard Henry Dana in The North American Rev., May, 1818, vii. 69-86; reprinted in his Poems and prose writings, New York, Baker & Scribner, 1850, 8vo, pp. [132]-155.

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With an | account of the life and writings | of | the author. | London: | Printed for Suttaby, Evance, and Fox, | Stationers' Court; | and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, | Paternoster Row. | 1816.
[103  
24mo, pp. 72. Frontispiece (illustrating Odin, ll. 59 f.).  BPL

1821. Same as the above. 1821. In The | selector. | Containing the poetical | works of | Gray, | Goldsmith, | Falconer & | Somerville. | [Vignette.] | London. | Published by Suttaby, Evance & Fox, Stationers' Court, | and Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, Paternoster Row. | 1815.
[104  
Engr. t.-p. and frontispiece (illustrating Odin 59, 60).   BM (11602. aa. 24), BNF
Memoir, pp. v-xxvi; Will, pp. xxvi-xxviii; English poems, pp. 29-72.
This is apparently a reprint of the Suttaby edition of 1805 (see no. 92).

The | poems | of | Thomas Gray, | embellished with engravings | from the designs of | Richd Westall R. A. | [Vignette, with Bard iii. 3. 17, 18.] London; | Printed for John Sharpe, Piccadilly. | 1821.
[105  




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A second title-page reads: The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | London: Printed for John Sharpe, | Piccadilly; | by C. Whittingham, Chiswick. | M DCCC XXI.
16mo, pp. xxviii, [6], 134. Engr. t.-p. and 6 plates.   LP, NYP
Published in 12mo at 8/- and in 16mo at 5/6.

1822. The British Poets. | Including | translations. | In one hundred volumes. | LV. | Gray. Iago. | Chiswick: | Printed by C. Whittingham, | College House; | for J. Carpenter [and others, 5 lines]. | 1822.
[106  
The second title-page reads: The | poems | of | Gray, and Jago. | Chiswick: | From the press of C. Whittingham, | College House.
Sm. 8vo. Gray fills pp. 116. The NYP copy has a plate.   BM (11603. aa. 2), NYP, LC, COLU
Life, by Johnson, pp. 7-20; Garrick to Mr. Gray, upon his Odes, pp. 21-22; West's Ode to Mr. Gray, on the backwardness of spring, in the year 1742, pp. 22-23; Mason's epitaph on Gray in Westminster Abbey, p. 24.
In The British Poets, including translations, vol. lv.

Gray. In The works of the British poets, with lives of the authors, edited by Robert Walsh, Jr., Philadelphia, J. Laval, 1822, xxix. 1-111.
[107  
12mo. Frontispiece (illustrating Bard 19, 20).   BM (11602. a. 15)

1824. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a biographical sketch of the author. London: Published by Jones & Co. 1824.
[108  
32mo, pp. xvi, 48. Portrait and engr. t.-p. with vignette.   BN (Yk. 4067)
Has only the English poems.

1825. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a biographical sketch of the author. London. Published by Jones & Co. 1825.
[109  
8vo, pp. vi, [2], 12. Select British Poets, Cabinet Edition i.   BN (Yk. 852), BKB

1826. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | London: | Printed for John Sharpe, | and other proprietors; | by C. and C. Whittingham, Chiswick. | M DCCC XXVI.
[110  
32mo, pp. xxx, [2], 134. Engr. t.-p. with vignette and 5 plates by Richard Westall.   BM (11609. aa. 25), NYP
Critical observations, pp. vii-xxvii. Garrick to Mr. Gray, upon his Odes, pp. xxix-xxx. Mason's epitaph, p. xxx. English poems, pp. 1-104. Latin poems, pp. 105-34.

1828. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With an account of the life and writings of the author. Nürnberg. Campe. 1828.
[111  
12mo. Published at 6 guilders.




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1831. The | poetical works | of | Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, | and Collins. | Complete in one volume. | Stereotyped by J. Crissy and G. Goodman. | Philadelphia: | John Grigg, No. 9. North Fourth Street. | 1831.
[112  
8vo. Each author separately paged. The title-page for Gray reads: The | letters and poems | of | Thomas Gray | Gray has pp. x, 47. Life, pp. v-x. Letters, pp. 1-32. Poems (English only), pp. 33-47. The volume has a frontispiece group of portraits.   BPL

1832. Same. 1832.
BPL, NYP   [113  
1836. Same. 1836.
BPL, NYP   [114  
1843. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Philadelphia: | Published by John Locken, | No. 311 Market Street. | 1843.
[115  
32mo, pp. iv, 133. Frontispiece (illus. of El 3, 4). English and Latin poems.   BPL

1844. The | poetical works | of | Collins, | Gray, and Beattie. | With a memoir of each. | New York: | Published by Turner & Hayden. | No. 10 John Street. | 1844.
[116  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 308, [1], (iv-vi). Frontispiece. Gray fills pp. 61-134. Plate. Life, by Johnson, pp. 63-74. English poems, pp. 75-117. Verses by Garrick (see no. 1533), p. 118. West's To May (see no. 1530), p. 119. On the death of Mr. Gray (see no. 1602), pp. 120-21. Carlisle on the death of Gray (see no. 1549), pp. 122-4. Verses from Mason's English garden (see no. 1566), pp. 124-6. Stanzas on the death of Mr. Gray by A Lady (see no. 1604), pp. 129-30. Taite's Tears of genius (see no. 1582), pp. 130-34. Mason's epitaph (see no. 1565), p. 134.   HU, BPL

1845. Gray's poetical works, English and Latin, illustrated; and edited with introductory stanzas by the Rev. John Moultrie, M. A. Eton. E. P. Williams. 1845.
[116a  
8vo, pp. vi, [2], 142. Frontispiece and 10 plates.   B, CAUL (6. 84. 39)
Stanzas by Moultrie, pp. 1-13. English poems, pp. 15-102. Latin poems, pp. 103-42. Includes the parts of the Greek Anthology which Gray translated into Latin. Drawings by Charles W. Radclyffe; steel engravings by E. Radclyffe; woodcuts by Sly.
The BM copy has been missing since May 26, 1879. The edition is now very rare.
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1845, n. s. xxiv. 219-35; in The Athenaeum, Aug. 2, 1845, p. 765.

1847. See no. 32.
[116b  
Gray's poetical works, | English and Latin, | illustrated; | with introductory stanzas | by | the Rev. John Moultrie, M. A. | and | an original life of Gray, | (written expressly for this edition,) | by the Rev. John Mitford, M. A. | editor of the Aldine edition of the British poets, &c. &c. | Second edition. | Eton. |




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E. P. Williams, printer and publisher; | and at | 5 Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London. | MDCCCXLVII.
[117  
8vo, pp. vi, [2], lxvi, [2], 142. Frontispiece portrait and engr. t.-p. with vignette. 10 plates.   BM (1347. h. 21), NYP, HU

Same. 3d edition. 1851.   CU, ALE
Same. 4th edition. 1853. In this, pp. lxvii-c, first appears the lecture on Gray by the Earl of Carlisle.   YU
Same. 5th edition. 1854.   B
Same. New edition. London. Griffin. 1862. 12mo. 5/-.

1848. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a biographical sketch of the author. London. William S. Orr & Co.
[118  
[1848?] 64mo, pp. xv, [1], 48. Life, pp. iii-xv. Diamond Classics.   BM (11633. a. 23. 1)

1851. Cabinet edition | of | the British poets. | In four volumes. | Vol. I. Milton. | Cowper. | Goldsmith. | Thomson. | Falconer. | Akenside. | Collins. | Gray. | Somerville. | London: | Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden. | 1851.
[119  
8vo, pp. var. Frontispiece portraits of Gray, Milton, Akenside, Thomson, and Goldsmith. Gray, pp. vi, [2], 12. 17 English poems only. Also has engr. t.-p. with vignette. Brilliant (4-point) type.   BM (2504. O. 1), BPL

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With illustrations by C. W. Radclyffe. | Edited, with a memoir, | By Henry Reed, | Professor of English Literature in the University | of Pennsylvania. | Philadelphia: | Henry Carey Baird, | Successor to E. L. Carey. | 1851.
[120  
8vo, pp. [ii], 334. Engr. t.-p. with vignette and 6 plates. Later published by J. B. Lippincott & Co.   NYP, BPL, LC
The BM copy (11611. c) has been lost.

Gray's Poetical works. 1851. See no. 117.
[121  
The | poetical works of | Thomas Gray | [Emblem.] | London | William Pickering | 1851 |
[122  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xvi, cxxiv, 223. Portrait. The Aldine Edition of the British Poets.   NYP, HU

1853. Same. 1853.
BM (1066. e. 17), HU, COLU   [123  
Concerning Appendix E of this edition, see Edmund Yates in N. & Q., May 25, 1889, 7th ser. vii. 407; and a reply by W. E. Buckley in same, June 29, p. 517.

Gray's Poetical works. 1853. See no. 117.
[124  
The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Edited, | with a life, | by Rev. John Mitford. | Boston: | Little, Brown, and Co. | M.DCCC.LIII.
[125  




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Sm. 8vo, pp. viii, cxviii, [2], 223. Portrait [H. W. Smith sc., underneath which is: Even in our ashes live &c T Gray]. The British Poets.   BPL, NYP

Same. 1854.   HU, COLU, YU

Gray's Elegy and other poems. | The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | "I would prefer being the author of that Poem to the glory of beating the French to-morrow." — | General Wolfe, the night before the capture of Que- | bec, Sept. 13, 1759. | "Poetry, poetry,—Gray, Gray!"—Daniel Web- | ster, the night before his death, Oct. 24, 1852. | With a brief memoir and notes. | Boston: James French. [ 1853.
[126  
32mo, pp. 80. Memoir, pp. 5-8. English poems, pp. 9-63. Notes, pp. 65-80.   BPL

1854. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. 1854. See no. 125.
[127  
Gray's Poetical works. 1854. See no. 117.
[128  
The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With | a biographical memoir of the author.
[129  
London. Nathaniel Cooke. [1854.] Large 8vo, pp. 22. In The Universal Library, Poetry iii. 157-78. 1 illus. The English poems only.   B (270. e. 283), BM (12204. e. 10), HU

The | complete | poetical works | of | William Collins, Thomas Gray, | and | Oliver Goldsmith. | With | biographical sketches and notes. | Edited by | Epes Sargent. | Boston: | Phillips, Sampson and Company. | New York: J. C. Derby. | MDCCCLIV.
[130  
12mo. Gray fills pp. [ii], 139.

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. In The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray, | Thomas Parnell, William Collins, | Matthew Green, | and Thomas Warton. | Edited by the | Rev. Robert Aris Willmott. | Illustrated by Birket Foster & E. Corbould. | London: | George Routledge and Co. | Farringdon Street. | New York: 18, Beekman Street. | 1854.
[131  
Sm. 8vo. Gray fills pp. 128. Frontispiece portrait and 1 plate.
Includes both English and Latin poems. Life, pp. 5-21.   B, BM (11603. e. 7), ALE
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Aug. 26, 1854, p. 1040.

1855. The life and poems | of | Thomas Gray. In The | poetical works | of | Johnson, Parnell, Gray, | and | Smollett. | With memoirs, critical dissertations, and | explanatory notes, | by the | Rev. George Gilfillan. | Edinburgh: | James Nichol, 9 North Bank Street. | London: James Nisbet and Co. | Dublin: W. Robertson. | M.DCCC.LV.
[132  




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8vo, pp. vii, [1], 254. Gray fills pp. 147-208. Life, pp. 149-60.   B, BM (11603. f. 12), ALE, COLU, CU, YU

The poetical works of Thomson, Goldsmith, and Gray. London. T. Nelson & Sons. 1855.
[133  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xxxii, 526. Gray fills pp. ix-xiv, xxv-xxviii, 463-526. The volume has frontispiece and plates but none illustrating Gray's works.   B, BM (11609. aaa. 37), YU

1857. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Edited, with a life, by Rev. John Mitford. Boston. Little, Brown & Co. 1857.
[134  
8vo, pp. viii, [4], cxviii, [2], 223. Portrait. Aldine Edition, same as that of 1853 (see no. 123).   BM (11609. bb. 16)

1858. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Sampson Low, Son & Co.
[135  
[London. 1858.] Sm. 8vo, pp. xii, 124. Frontispiece and 7 plates: illustrations drawn by Birket Foster, and engraved by W. Palmer and E. M. Wimperis. Ornamental head- and tail-pieces drawn by W. Harry Rogers and engraved by Edmund Evans. Memoir, pp. v-viii. English poems only, pp. 1-112. Notes, pp. 113-24. Published at 5/-.   B, BM (11632. a. 22), NYP
Rev. in N. & Q., Dec. 18, 1858, 2d ser. vi. 514.

1859. The poems of Thomas Gray. London. Groombridge. 1859.
[136  
32mo. Published at 1/6.
Reissued in 1869 at 1/-.

1860. In Five centuries of the English language and literature. Volume CCCCC of the Tauchnitz Edition. Leipzig. Bernhard Tauchnitz. 1860.
[136a  
16mo. English poems only, pp. [389]-429.

1862. Gray's Poetical works. 1862. See no. 117.
[137  
1863. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray | English and Latin | Illustrated | The Eton edition | London: | Griffin, Bohn and Co. | Stationers' Hall Court | 1863 |
[138  
8vo, pp. iv, 270. Portrait and engr. t.-p. with vignette. Illustrated (same as in Moultrie, 2d ed.). Edited by Moultrie. The introductory matter consists of the Life by Mitford (pp. 1-98), the Lecture on the writings of Gray by the Earl of Carlisle (pp. 99-140), and the Stanzas by Moultrie (pp. 141-54). English poems, pp. 155-238. Latin poems, pp. 239-70.   BM (11609. aaa. 31), BPL

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. London. Bickers (?). 1863.
[139  
Published at 5/-.

1865. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | With a




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memoir. | [Wreath enclosing the words, Perennis | et | fragrans.] | Boston: | Little, Brown, and Company. | 1865.
[140  
8vo, pp. viii, cxviii, [2], 223. Portrait (same as in the Aldine Edition). British Poets. Memoir by Mitford. 100 copies printed.   NYP

1866. The poetical works of | Thomas Gray | [Emblem.] | London | Bell and Daldy Fleet Street | 1866 |
[141  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [viii], cxii, 223. Portrait. Aldine Edition of the British Poets. 250 copies printed before stereotyping, for subscribers only.   BM (2288. c. 12), NYP, CU
Identical with volume i. of the Pickering edition, 1836 (see no. 30), except that the Advertisement, pp. ix-xiv, and Appendices D and E, pp. cxii-cxxiv, have been cut out and Appendices F and G have been changed to D and E.

Poetic voices of the eighteenth century, comprising the poems of Gray, Beattie, Blair, Collins, Thomson, Kirke White, complete. London. Charles Griffin & Co. 1866.
[142  
8vo, pp. vi, 355. Gray, pp. [iii-v], 1-20. Portrait and facsimile of the Elegy, Pembroke MS. Also published in New York by Routledge. The English poems only.   BM (11609. i. 7), B (280. 1. 23)

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. London. C. Griffin. 1866.
[143  
8vo.   ALE

The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray, | Sever and Francis.
[144  
[Cambridge. 1866.] 16mo, pp. xii, 128. Engraved title. Eight plates by Birket Foster. Head- and tail-pieces by W. Harry Rogers. Apparently this has a close connection with no. 135.   BPL, HU

1867. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. London. Bickers. 1866 [1867].
[145  
18mo. Published at 3/6.

1868. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With introduction and notes by G[eorge] Candy. London. Longmans, Green & Co. 1868.
[146  
8vo, pp. xlii, 147. William Julius Jeaffreson, ed., British India Classics. Includes an analysis of Gray's metres. The English poems only.   B (280. o. 944), BM (12204. a. 2)

1869. The poems of Thomas Gray. 1869. See no. 136.
[147  
1870. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. New edition. London. Bell and Daldy. 1870.
[148  
Published at 1/6. Aldine Poets.

The | poetical works | of | Campbell, Goldsmith, | and Gray. | With memoirs of the authors. | [Emblem.] | London: | T. Nelson




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& Sons, Paternoster Row; | Edinburgh; and New York. | 1870.
[149  
16mo, pp. 445. Gray, pp. 371-445. Life, pp. 373-8. English poems, pp. 379-445. Illus.   NYP

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a memoir by Rev. John Mitford. Boston. Fields. 1870.
[149a  
16mo, pp. cxviii, 223. Portrait. The British Poets.   UP

1871. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. New York. Putnam. 1871.
[150  
Sq. 16mo. Illus.

1872. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Eton edition. London. Griffin, 1872.
[151  
12mo. Published at 5/-.

1873. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. . . . Philadelphia. Hubbard Bros. 1873.
[152  
8vo, pp. 120. Frontispiece portrait, plates. Parlor Treasury, Gems of Poetry v. 4. 1.   LC

1875. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. New edition. London. Bickers. 1875.
[153  
18mo. Illus. Published at 3/6.

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. London. Routledge. 1875.
[154  
16mo. Illus.

1876. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Red line edition. New York. James Miller.
[155  
Date unknown. In print in 1876. Square 4to. Illus. Miller also issued a Household edition, 16mo, and a Blue and Gold edition, probably from the same plates.

The poems of Thomas Gray. With memoir by the Rev. John Mitford. Boston. James R. Osgood & Co.
[156  
Date unknown. In print in 1876. 18mo. Portrait.

Bloomfield's poems; Poems of Gray and Collins. Philadelphia. Lippincott.
[157  
Date unknown. In print in 1876. 32mo. British Pocket Classics.

1878. The poetical works of Johnson, Parnell, Gray, and Smollett. With memoirs, critical dissertations, and explanatory notes. The text edited by Charles Cowden Clarke. London. Cassell, Petter & Galpin.
[158  
[1878.] 8vo. The life and poems of Thomas Gray occupy pp. 147-208. Cassell's Library Edition of the British Poets, part 96.   BM (11607. e)




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The poetical works of Goldsmith and Gray, with memoir. Boston. Houghton, Osgood & Co.
[159-60  
[1878.] 8vo. Riverside Edition.

1880. The poetical works of Gray, Beattie, and Collins. A new edition. With notes, memoirs, and illustrations. London. Frederick Warne & Co.
[161  
[1880.] Post 8vo, pp. x, [2], 483, [1]. The Lansdowne Poets, no. 33. Gray, pp. 1-132, complete.   B (280. j. 728), BM (11604. b. 1/1)

The Chandos Classics. | The poetical works | of | Gray, Beattie, | and | Collins. | Reprinted from the best authorities. | With memoirs and notes. | [Publishers' monogram.] | London: | Frederick Warne and Co., | Bedford Street, Strand.
[162  
[1880.] 8vo, pp. x, [2], 483, [1]. Poems of Gray, pp. 1-132; English and Latin. The Chandos Classics, no. 80. Apparently from the same plates as the Lansdowne ed. above, no. 161.

The poems of Gray, Parnell, Collins. New red line edition. London. Routledge. 1880.
[163  
Post 8vo. Published at 3/6.

1883. The poetical works of Thomas Gray, Thomas Parnell, William Collins, Matthew Green and Thomas Warton edited by the Rev. Robert Aris Willmott; illustrated by Birket Foster and E. Corbould. London. George Routledge & Sons.
[164  
[1883.] 8vo, pp. var. Gray has pp. 128, with the same text, frontispiece portrait, and illus. as in the edition of 1854. Routledge's Red Line Poets.   B (2804. e. 1), BM (11604. ee. 18)

The poems of Thomas Gray. New York. White & Stokes. 1883.
[165  
16mo.

1884. The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., | 900, Broadway, New York.
[166  
[1884.] 8vo, pp. xii, 124. Frontispiece, orn. t.-p., 7 plates. 500 copies printed. The English poems only.   CU

1885. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a life by the Rev. John Mitford. London. 1885.
[167  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 223.

1887. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. London. George Routledge & Sons. 1887.
[168  
16mo, pp. 254. Vignette in title-page. Routledge's Pocket Library, no. 27. Life, pp. ix-xxxv.   BM (12208. aaaa. 23)

1889. The poems of Thomas Gray. New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. 1889.
[169  
12mo. Laurel Series of the Poets.




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1891. The poetical works of | Thomas Gray | English and Latin | edited, with an introduction, life, notes, | and a bibliography | by | John Bradshaw, M.A., LL.D. | Editor of Milton's Poetical works, Gray's Poems, and An | English anthology | [Emblem.] London | George Bell and Sons | 1891 |
[170  
Sm. 8vo, pp. lxvi, 319. Portrait. Aldine Edition of the British Poets [xvi].
Contents. Introduction. Life and writings of Gray. Poems. Notes. Explanation of the prints in Bentley's "Designs." Appendix. Bibliography.
Announced in The Academy, Sept. 26, 1891, xl. 262. Rev. in The Spectator, Nov. 21, 1891, lxvii. 733; in The Nation, Jan. 28, 1892, liv. 74, very favorably; in The Critic, Oct. 10, 1891, n. s. xvi. 191 (note), Jan. 16, 1892, n. s. xvii. 33 (some faults pointed out); in The Literary World, Jan. 2, 1892, xxiii. 14; in The Westminster Rev., Jan., 1892, cxxxvii. 111.

1894. Sir John Lubbock's Hundred Books. | The poetical works of | Thomas Gray | and | An essay on criticism, The | rape of the lock, and | An essay on man | by | Alexander Pope. | London and New York | George Routledge and Sons | Limited |
[171  
[1894.] 8vo, pp. iv, 216. Sir John Lubbock's Hundred Best Books, no. 70. Gray, pp. [i]-128.   BPL, BM (O. 12207. l. 70)

1902. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. In A library of poetical literature, volume x. Introduction by Hamilton W. Mabie. New York. P. F. Collier & Son. 1902.
[172-3  
8vo, pp. v, [1], 454. A reprint of Bradshaw's edition (see no. 170).   NYP

1905. The poems of Gray and Collins. London. George Newnes, Ltd. 1905.
[174  
18mo, pp. viii, 181, [1]. Also double engr. t.-p. Portrait. Gray, pp. 1-121. Pocket Classics. 2/6. Published in New York by Scribner.   BM (12269. ee)

The poems of Johnson, Goldsmith, Gray, and Collins. Edited with an introduction and notes by Colonel T. Methuen Ward. London. George Routledge & Sons. New York. E. P. Dutton & Co.
[175  
[1905.] Sm. 8vo, pp. x, 358. Gray, pp. xxxvi-xliv, 211-70, 347-52. The Muses' Library.   B (2804. f. 83 and 11607. ccc)
Rev. in N. & Q., Aug. 19, 1905, 10th ser. iv. 159-60.

1908. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Boston. Dana Estes & Co. 1908.
[176  
12mo. Cabinet Edition. British Poets Series.

1912. The poems | of | Johnson, Goldsmith, Gray, and Collins | edited | with an introduction and notes | by | Colonel T.




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Methuen Ward | [Publisher's emblem.] | London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited | New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.
[176a  
[1912.] 16mo, pp. x, 358. Gray, pp. xxxvi-xliv, 211-70, 347-52. The Muses' Library. A reprint of no. 175.

4.   SELECTIONS FROM THE POETICAL WORKS

1748. A collection of poems. | By several hands. | In three volumes. | [Vignette.] | London: | Printed for R. Dodsley at Tully's Head in Pall-Mall. | M.DCC.XLVIII.
[177  
12mo. Eton, Spr, Cat, ii. 261-9. Other editions of Dodsley's "Miscellany," as it was popularly known, were published in 1755, 1758, 1763, 1765, 1775, and 1782. See nos. 179, 181, 184, 186, 192, 196.   BM (11602. c. 7)

1753. Designs | by | Mr. R. Bentley, | for six | poems | by | Mr. T. Gray. | [Vignette.] | London: [ Printed for R. Dodsley, in Pall-mall. | MDCCLIII.
[178  
Fol., pp. [iv], 35, [5], consisting of p. [i], half-title, drawings, etc., p. [ii], blank, p. [iii], t.-p. as above, p. [iv], blank, pp. l-[36], text; pp. [37]-[40], explanation of the points. Printed on one side of the paper, Register wanting. Spr, 1-4; Cat, 5-7; Eton, 8-13; LSt, 14-23; Adv, 24-7; El, 28-36. Each poem has a frontispiece, head-piece, initial letter, and tail-piece. For an explanation of these, see Bradshaw's edition, 1891.   BM (643. m. 7), HH, LP, BPL, HU
Noticed in The Monthly Rev., June, 1753, viii. 477. See W. F. P[rideaux] in N. & Q., June 19, 1886, 7th ser. i. 488, and replies by G. F. R. B. and W. H. Patterson, July 31, ii. 99.

1755. A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands. London. Printed by J. Hughs for R. & J. Dodsley. 1755.
[179  
Sm. 8vo. Eton, Spr, Cat, ii. 267-76; El, Adv, iv. 1-8.

1757. Odes | by | Mr. Gray. | [Greek quotation omitted] | Pindar, Olymp. II. | [Vignette.] | Printed at Strawberry-Hill, | For R. and J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall. | MDCCLVII.
[180  
Fol., pp. 21, consisting of p. [1], half-title, p. [2] blank, p. [3], title-page as above, p. [4] blank, pp. 5-21, text. Sign. A-E in twos and one leaf. The first book printed at Strawberry Hill. According to Gosse, Gray, p. 135, 2000 copies were printed.   ALE, B, JRM, LP, BM (840. 1. 5. (6) and 11632. g. 61. (4)), BN (Yk. 107), NYP (two copies), LC, HU, YU
Rev. by Oliver Goldsmith in The Monthly Rev., Sept., 1757, xvii. 239-43, repr. in his Works, Bohn edition, 1885, iv. 296-9; in The Critical Rev., Aug., 1757, iv. 167-70. On Walpole's copy see The Athenaeum, Apr. 12, 1902, pp. 468-9.
Reissued at Cambridge in 1769.   HU




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A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands. London. Dodsley. 1758.
[181  
Sm. 8vo. Eton, Spr, Cat, ii. 266-74; El, Adv, iv. 1-8; PP, Bard, vi. 321-32. 2 plates.

1762. An | elegy | written in a | country church yard. | With an | hymn | to | adversity. | By | Mr. Gray. | London: | Printed for J. James in New-Bond-Street, 1762.
[182  
8vo, pp. 8. In The Parnassium; or, Beauties of English poetry. A new edition. London. W. Lane. [1762.] Each author separately paged.   BM (11633. aa. 14)

Same. Also appeared in A collection of modern poems. ... By several hands. London. J. James. 1762. Each author separately paged.  
B (280. o. 553)   [183  
1763. A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands. London. Dodsley. 1763.
[184  
Apparently identical with the edition of 1758, q. v. (no. 181).

1765. Designs | by | Mr. R. Bentley, | for six | Poems | by | Mr. T. Gray. | [Vignette.] | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall. | MDCCLXV.
[185  
Fol., p. [vi], 55. Frontispiece and plates. Register, A-Z, aa, bb in twos. This consists of the Six poems printed on one side of the paper, as in 1753, and the Odes of 1757, printed on both sides, continuously paged.   BM (82. l. 7)
Reissued in 1766.   HU
Reissued in 1775.   BM (1870. b. 18), NYP
Reissued in 1789.

A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands. London. Dodsley. 1765.
[186  
Sm. 8vo. Eton, Spr, Cat, ii. 320-30; El, Adv, iv. 5-14; PP, Bard, vi. 384-97. 2 plates.

1766. Designs by Mr. R. Bentley, etc. 1766. See no. 185.
[187  
1768. FS, Odin, Owen were printed in The Annual Register, 1768, ii. 211-16.
[188  
1769. Odes by Mr. Gray. 1769. See no. 180.
[189  
1770. Music, FS, Odin, Owen in G. Pearch, A collection of poems by several hands iii. 93-107. 1770.
[190  
1775. Designs by Mr. Bentley, etc. 1775. See no. 185.
[191  
A collection of poems, etc. 1775. See no. 177.
[192  
In The Universal Mag., Apr., 1775, lvi. 171-3, is printed the




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Essay on Bolingbroke; also (p. 171) Detached sentiments (prose); (pp. 207-8) the Sonnet to West; (p. 208) EpWms.
[192a  
1776. Several selections were printed in The Monthly Rev., July, Aug., 1776, liii. 1-11, 97-104.
[192b  
1777. Hoel, Sonnet, EpWms in J. Murray, A letter to W. Mason, A. M. precentor of York, concerning his edition of Mr. Gray's poems, London, 1777, pp. 60-2.
CU, BM (T. 1164 (11))   [193  
1779. The | works | of the | English poets. | With | prefaces, | biographical and critical, | by Samuel Johnson. | Volume the fifty-sixth. | London: | Printed by J. Rivington; | . . . | MDCCLXXIX.
[194  
Sm. 8vo. Gray, lvi. 323-71. Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, El, PP, Bard, FS, Odin, Owen.   BN (Yk. 588), CU, BPL
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1779, xlix. 598-601.
Reprinted in 1790.   B, LC

1781. Impr, EpCl in J. Nichols, A select collection of poems, London, 1781, vii. 350-51.
[195  
1782. A collection of poems, etc. 1782. See no. 177.
[196  
1784. Impr, Cand in The new foundling hospital for wit, new edition, London, 1784, iv. 105-7. Music, pp. 144-52; on alternate pp. with a parody; An epitaph in a country churchyard in Kent, vi. 277.
[197  
Reissued in 1786.

Arist, Zeph, AlO in Poesie liriche di Gray, Firenze, 1784, pp. 101-10. See no. 352.
[198  
1786. The new foundling hospital for wit. 1786. See no. 197.
[199  
1789. Designs by Mr. R. Bentley, etc. 1789. See no. 185.
[200  
1790. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. In The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. London. Printed by R. Blyth. 1790.
[201  
Sm. 8vo. Gray, lxiv. 183-247. See no. 194.   BM (238. d. 25), BN (Yk. 3092)

1792. Poems | selected and printed | by a small | party of English, | who made this amusement a substitute | for society, | which the disturbed state of the country | prevented their enjoying. | At Strasburg, | in the month of February | 1792.
[202  
4to, pp. [ii], 91, [1]. El, pp. 18-23; Adv, pp. 53-6; Eton, pp. 57-60.   B, BM (1346. m. 24)




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El, Adv, PP, in Johann Joachim Eschenburg, Beispielsammlung zur Theorie und Literatur der schoenen Wissenschaften, Berlin u. Stettin, Nicolai, 1788-95, iv. 45 ff., 192 ff., 278 ff., viii. 1. 136 ff.
[202a  
1793. The Poetics of Marcus Hieronymus Vida, Bishop of Alba; with translations from the Latin of Dr. Lowth, Mr. Gray, and others. By John Hampson, A. M. Sunderland. Printed by T. Reed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, and J. Johnson, St Paul's Church-Yard, London. 1793.
[203  
8vo, pp. [vi], xxiv, 256. Arist, AlO, pp. 146-55, with an English translation.   BM (78. d. 1), B (29934. e. 2)

Eton, Bard, FS, El in An English anthology, London, 1793-4, 8vo, ii. 70-93.
TC   [203  
1795. Select poems from the works of Thomas Gray. Manchester. G. Nicholson & Co. 1795.
[205  
12mo, pp. [ii], 2, 2, 4, 2, 4, 5, [1], 4. The Literary Miscellany, no. 121. Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, EpCl, El, each separately paged.   BM (11633. a. 22)

1796. Same, reissued. The | literary miscellany : | or, | An assemblage | of | classical beauties, | in | prose and verse. | [Quotation from Memories of the year 2500, 11 ll.] | [Emblem.] | Printed by G. Nicholson and Co. | Palace-street, Manchester. | Sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard-street; | and Champante & Whitrow, Jewry-street, London, | 1796.
[206  
32mo, pp. var. Label on the back, Prose and Verse. The first author included is Gray:
Poems | by | Thomas Gray; | containing | odes, | epitaphs, | Elegy, | Sonnet. | To which is prefixed | a sketch of the author's life. | [Warton's Sonnet.] | [Emblem.] | Manchester, | Printed at the office of G. Nicholson, No. 9, Spring-gardens. | Sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard-street; | and Champante & Whitrow, Jewry-street, London. | Anno 1796.
32mo, pp. [ii], 17, [1], 4. Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, Sonnet, EpCl, Sketch, El.   NYP

Selections in Elegant extracts: | or, | Useful and entertaining | pieces of poetry, | selected for the improvement | of young persons: | . . . | [Vignette illustrating: Theirs is the Sunshine of the Breast.—Gray.] | London: Printed for T. Longman [and others, 6 lines.] 1796.
[207  
8vo. El, Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, FS, Odin, Owen, Music, pp. 22-3, 473-80. Ed. by Vicesimus Knox.   CU

1799. Ode de Gray sobre o progreco da poezia. Hymno de Gray à Adversidade. Ode de Gray vendo ao longe o colegio de Eton. Hamburg.
[208  




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[1799.] 4to, unpaged. Register, separate for each poem. PP, A-B in fours; Adv, A4; Eton, A4-B2. Advertencia dated Hamburg, 30 May, 1799. Bound with Dryden, Ode de Dryden para o dia de santa Cecilia. Traduzida em Portugues.   BM (1466. k. 16. (1))

El (stanzas 22, 30-32) and Adv in The English reader, by Lindley Murray, London, 1799.
[208a  
There were many editions. In the New York edition of 1825 (George Peacock), 12mo, pp. 177, 179-80, 232-4.   CU
Stanza 22 of the Elegy is cited as an illustration of "sound imitating reluctance."

1800. Spr, El in Sequel to The English reader, by Lindley Murray, London, 1800.
[208b  
There were many editions. In the Boston edition of 1825 (T. Bedlington), 12mo, pp. 132-3, 213-16; sketch of Gray's life, p. 270. The Elegy has no stanza divisions.

1801. FS, Odin in Matthew Gregory Lewis, Tales of wonder, London, W. Bulmer & Co., 1801, large 8vo, ii. 347-57.
[209  
Arist, Zeph, AlO, Cog iv in L. G. Kosengarten, Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 37-114. See no. 349.
[210  
1807. Vic, Adv in R. Southey, Specimens of the later English poets, London, 1807, ii. 428-33.
TC   [211  
1808. Odes from the Norse and Welch [sic] tongues by Thomas Gray. In The Port Folio, June 25, 1808, n. s. v. 406.
[212  
Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, El, PP, Bard in The cabinet of poetry, containing the best entire pieces to be found in the works of the British poets, London, Richard Phillips, 1808, sm. 8vo, v. 3-21.
[213  
Edited by Samuel Jackson Pratt. Portrait of Gray engraved by Caroline Watson. Life, pp. 1-2.   BM (11604. f. 19)

1819. Specimens of the British poets; with biographical and critical notices, and an essay on English poetry. By Thomas Campbell. In seven volumes. Volume vi. Churchill, 1764, to Johnson, 1784. London. John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1819.
[214  
8vo. Bard, Ed, Vic, Agrippina, pp. 187-210.   CU

1824. Eton, El in David Davis, Telyn dewi; sef gwaith prydyddawl, Llundain, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green, 1824, pp. 9-12, 23-33, 161-70, 178-9. With a,Welsh translation.
BM (11595. bb. 29)   [215  
Eton, Adv, El, PP, Bard in William Hazlitt, ed., Select British poets, London, Hall, 1824, 8vo, pp. 477-82.
CU   [216  




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1825. Same. In same, 2d edition, Select poets of Great Britain, to which are prefixed critical notices of each author, London, 1825, 8vo, pp. 449-53.
TC   [217  
1828. Selections in Specimens of the lyrical, descriptive, and narrative poets of Great Britain, London, 1828.
[218  
Rev. in The London Mag., July, 1828, 3d ser. i. 615-17, with praise.

1830. Spring, Eton, Adv in Le cabinet de lecture, Paris, 1830
[219  
1836. El, Eton, Bard in Johann Wilhelm Heinrich Nolte und Christian Ludwig Ideler, Handbuch der englischen Sprache und Literatur, Poetischer Theil, Berlin, Nauck, 1836, pp. 244 ff., 409 ff.
[219a  
1837. Eton, PP, Owen (extract) in S. C. Hall, ed., The book of gems, London, Saunders & Otley, 1837, 8vo, pp. 154-61.
[220  
1850. Eton, El, PP, Odin in L. Herrig, British classical authors, Braunschweig, 1850, 8vo.
[221  
In the 90th edition, 1909, ed. by Max Förster, pp. 260-9.

AlO, Ign, Eton in Sir Edward S. Creasy, Memoirs of eminent Etonians, London, 1850, 8vo, pp. 301-2, 305, 307-8.
[222  
In the edition of 1876, pp. 335, 338-9, 340-43.

1852. Elegy, Cat in Beauties of English poets, Venice, 1852, 12mo, pp. 149-85.
BM (889. g. 10), HU [223   [223  
See no. 736. New edition, 1886, under the title, Lord Byron's Armenian exercises and poetry; see no. 736a.

1853. Elegy written in a country church yard, and other poems. By Thomas Gray. New York. Robert Carter & Bros. 1853.
[224  
8vo, pp. 116. Engraved plates by R. S. Gilbert after paintings by Constable, Stothard, Cattermole, Landseer, and others. Noticed in The Biblical Repository, Jan., 1853, xxix. 142.   YU

1856. El, Spr, Eton, Vic, Adv, PP, Bard in Joseph Payne, Studies in English poetry, new edition, London, A. Hall, 1856, 12mo.
[225  
This was the 4th edition. The lst-3d I have not seen. 5th edition, Strahan, 1869; 6th edition, Lockwood, 1872; 8th edition, Crosby Lockwood & Son, 1881; 9th edition, 1888, pp. 60-66, 70-72, 123-7, 204-6, 422-34. Of these editions no further entry is here made.

1857. The Elegy in The household book of poetry collected and edited by Charles A. Dana, New York, Appleton, 1857.
[226  




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In the 11th edition, 1869, large 8vo, with Eton, pp. 148-9, 731-33.   NYP

1860. Spr, El in Celebria quaedam Anglorum poemata latine reddita: auctore Ricardo Ward, Londini, 1860, 4to, pp. 16-21, 79-97.
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1861. The golden treasury of the best songs and lyrical poems in the English language. Edited by Francis Turner Palgrave. Cambridge. Macmillan & Co. 1861.
[228  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [xii], 332. Vic, pp. 107-8; Cat, pp. 110-11; Bard, pp. 113-16; PP, pp. 130-33; Spr, pp. 136-38; El, pp. 142-6; Eton, pp. 155-57; Adv, pp. 158-9. Many times reprinted.

1868. Sonnet, PP, and El in A household book of English poetry with notes by Richard Chenevix Trench, London, Macmillan, 1868, 8vo, pp. 180, 194-7, 212-16.
[229  
Eton, Adv, El in J. C. M. Bellew, Poets' corner, London, Routledge, 1868, 8vo, pp. 77-86.
[230  
1869. The household book of poetry, etc. 1869. See no. 226.
[231  
1870. Gray's odes: with notes, and a scheme of grammatical analysis. By William Stewart Ross. Edinburgh. Thomas Laurie.
[232  
[1870.] 8vo, pp. 64.   BM (11632. a. 23)

Eton, Adv, Bard, El, Spr, Vic in S. O. Beeton, Beeton's great book of poetry from Caedmon and King Alfred's Boethius to Browning and Tennyson, London, Ward, Lock, and Tyler, [1870], 8vo, nos. 907-12. Unpaged.
NYP   [233  
Amatory Lines, Tophet, Sketch, Cand (4 lines) with comments in Henry Philip Dodd, The epigrammatists, London, Bell & Daldy, 1870, 8vo, pp. 407-10.
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El, Spr in A library of poetry and song being choice selections from the best poets with an introduction by William Cullen Bryant, New York, J. B. Ford & Company, 1871 [cop. 1870], 8vo, pp. 219-20, 308.
[234a  
Gray's odes. London. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
[235  
[1870.] Sm. 8vo, pp. 39. Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, FS, Odin, Hoel, Owen, Music.   BM (11643. bb. 35. (10))

1871. El, Cat, PP, in Francis H. Underwood, A handbook of English literature, Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1871, 8vo, pp. 176-84.
[235a  
El, Eton, PP in Thomas Budd Shaw and William Smith, Choice specimens of English literature, adapted to the use of




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American students by Benjamin M. Martin, New York, Sheldon & Co., [1871], 8vo, pp. 288-95.
[235b  
1872. El, Adv, Eton, Bard, Odin, PP in A thousand and one gems of English poetry selected and arranged by Charles Mackay, LL. D., London, Routledge, 1872, 8vo, pp. 165-73.
NYP   [236  
El, PP, Bard in Longer English poems, with notes, philological and explanatory, and an introduction on the teaching of English, ed. by J[ohn] W[esley] Hales, London, Macmillan, 1872, 8vo, pp. 79-90, 325-40.
[237  
Gray's odes and Elegy with life and notes. London and Edinburgh. W. & R. Chambers. 1872.
[238  
16mo, pp. 56. Chambers' English Classics for Use in Schools.   BM (12209. aaa. 34)

Adv, PP, Vic, El in Anthologia anglicana, a new selection from the English poets from Spenser to Shelley, with short literary notices, by Howard Williams, London, Longmans, 1873 [1872], 8vo, pp. 270-82.
[239  
Gray's odes and Elegy, with annotations, grammatical and elucidatory, and an introduction. By J. G. Davis. London. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co. 1872.
[240  
Sm. 8vo, pp. viii, 89. The School and College English Classics.   BM (12268. aaa. 10)

Three hundred lines of poetry from the works of Thomas Gray. With notes containing a full exposition of meanings and allusions. Adapted to the requirements of Standards IV., V., or VI., New Code. By a practical teacher. Edinburgh. Thomas Laurie.
[241  
[1872.] 8vo, pp. 23. El, Bard, Spr (stanzas 2-4).   BM (11643. bb. 35. (11))

1874. Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard and An ode on the pleasure arising from vicissitude. With notes for teachers and scholars. London. T. J. Allman.
[242  
[1874.] 16mo, pp. 30. Allman's English Classics for Elementary Schools, no. 1.   BM (12205. cc. 8 (9))
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Nov. 7, 1874, p. 607.

Eton, El, Bard in Parnassus, ed. by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Boston, James R. Osgood & Co., 1875 [Dec., 1874], 8vo, pp. 148-9, 169-71, 215-17.
[243  
1875. Gray. Elegy written in a country churchyard, and Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College, with notes explanatory




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and etymological. By Theophilus D. Hall, M. A. Manchester. J. Gait & Co. London. Whittaker & Co.
[244  
[1875.] 8vo, pp. 24.   B, BM (11633. aaa. 22)
Reissued in 1879. 8d.

Gray: Elegy written in a country churchyard and Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1875.
[245  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 8. Text only.   B, BM (11601. e. 1. (12)), BPL

El, Eton in John G. Whittier, ed., Songs of three centuries, Boston, James R. Osgood & Co., 1876 [cop. 1875], 8vo, pp. 60-63.
NYP   [246  
1876. The Elegy and Bard. By Thomas Gray. With biography and notes. Adapted to the standards of New Code. London. W. Stewart & Co.
[247  
[1876.] Sm. 8vo, pp. 16. Introduction signed W. S. R. [= W. Stewart Ross]. Stewart's School Classics.   BM (12203. ccc. 27/4)

Sir Edward S. Creasy. Memoirs of eminent Etonians. 1876. See no. 222.
[248  
Gray's Elegy and Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College. Edited, with notes and paraphrase, by Francis Main, M. A. Intended for the use of pupils preparing for the Oxford local examinations in 1876. Oxford and London. James Parker & Co. 1876.
[249  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 40.   BM (11601. e. 1. (16)), B (280. g. 17 (6))

Select poems | of | Thomas Gray. | Edited, with notes, | by | William J. Rolfe, A. M., | formerly Head Master of the High School, Cambridge, Mass. | With engravings. | [Publisher's emblem.] | New York: | Harper & Brothers, Publishers, | Franklin Square. | 1876.
[250  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 143, [2]. Portrait, facsimile, and woodcuts. Life, by Robert Carruthers, pp. 9-15. Stoke-Pogis, by William Howitt, pp. 16-20. El, Spr, Cat, Eton, PP, Bard, Adv, pp. 23-70. Notes, pp. 71-143.   BM (11644. bb. 5), BPL, NYP, HU, LC
Revised editions, 1886, 1904.

Elegy written in a country churchyard, and other poems, by Thomas Gray. New York. Robert Carter & Bros.
[251  
Date unknown. In print in 1876. 8vo. Illus.

1877. Elegy written in a country churchyard, and other poems. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated. Boston., Jas. R. Osgood & Co. 1877.
[252  
16mo, pp. 88. Vest-Pocket Series of Standard and Popular Authors. El, LSt, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard.   BM (11644. e. 18)




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Bard, Zeph in Ein Beitrag zur Kenntniss der englischen Literatur . . . von J. Böhm, Ingolstadt, 1877. See no. 351.
[253  
1878. Spr, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, Music, Vic, Cat, FS, El in James T. Fields and Edwin P. Whipple, eds., The family library of British poetry from Chaucer to the present time (1350-1878), Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., [1878], l. 8vo, pp. 389-97. Portrait.
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1879. Gray. Elegy written in a country churchyard, etc. 1879. See no. 244.
[255  
Gray's Elegy and select odes: "Eton College," "The bard," and "The progress of poesy." With biographical sketch, notes explanatory and critical, and examination questions, by J. S. Laurie. London. Central School Depot.
[256  
[1879.] 8vo, pp. 40. Laurie's Class-Books of English Literature. 1/-.   BM (12200. aa. 30/1)

1880. El, Bard in Literary studies from the great British authors by Horace Hills Morgan, St. Louis, G. I. Jones & Co., 1880, 8vo, pp. xi, 186-94.
[256a  
1881. Adv, El in H. Morley, Shorter English poems, London, Cassell, [1881], 8vo, pp. 378-81.
[256b  
Portrait, with notes. Library of English Literature.   NYP

Spr, PP, Bard in Edmund W. Gosse, English odes, London, Paul, 1881, 16mo, pp. 100-115.
[257  
Rev. in The London Guardian, Nov. 9, 1881, p. 1608.

Elegy in a country churchyard, and other poems. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated. Boston. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1881.
[258  
32mo, pp. 88. Modern Classics, no. 17. El, LSt, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard.

1882. El, Spr, Vic (3 st.), Eton in The Cambridge book of poetry and song, selected from English and American authors by Charlotte Fiske Bates, New York, Crowell, [1882], 8vo, pp. 240-45.
[258a  
1883. El, Bard, Adv in English verse, Chaucer to Burns, edited by W. J. Linton and R. H. Stoddard, New York, Scribner, 1883, 8vo, pp. 263-72.
NYP   [259  
1884. Spr, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, El, Sonnet, Sketch, Impr in T. H. Ward, The English poets, London, Macmillan, 1884, 8vo, iii. 302-36.
[260  




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Eton and El in A household book of English poetry selected and arranged with notes by Richard Chenevix Trench, Archbishop of Dublin, London, Macmillan, 1884, sm. 8vo, pp. 201-4, 218-22.
[261  
Differs from the edition of 1868, q. v. (no. 229).   NYP

1885. Clarendon Press Series. Gray. Selected poems, edited by Edmund Gosse. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1885.
[262  
8vo, pp. viii, 132. Clarendon Press Series. Published at 3/- and 1/6.   BM (12205. o. 24)
Rev. in The Cambridge Rev., May 27, 1885, vi. 350-52; in The Athenaeum, May 9, 1885, p. 596.

Sonnet, Eton, El, Adv, PP, Bard, To Bentley in An English anthology from Chaucer to Tennyson selected and edited by John Bradshaw, London, Longmans, 1885, 8vo.
[262a  
In the edition of 1894, pp. 289, 300-3, 313-18, 320-31, 343.

Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard and Bard. Annotated by William Davidson and Joseph Crosby Alcock. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. R. J. Porteus & Co., Ltd.
[263  
[1885.] 8vo, pp. 32. Davidson & Alcock's English Classics. 2d.   B (2799. f. 33)

1886. Select poems of Thomas Gray. 1886. See no. 250.
[264  
El, Adv, Bard in F. W. Farrar, With the poets, London,, Suttaby & Co., 1886, 8vo, pp. 127-38.
[265  
1887. Élégie | dans un cimetière de campagne | Le barde | poèmes par Thomas Gray | Édition classique | précéde d'une notice littéraire et biographique | accompagnée de notes grammaticales et philologiques | et suivie d'une traduction de l'Élegie | par M. A. Elwall | Professeur de Langue Anglaise au Lycée Henri IV | et à l'École des Mines | [Emblem.] | Paris | Imprimerie et Librairie classiques | Maison Jules Delalain et Fils | Delalain Frères, Successeurs | 56, Rue des Écoles |
[266  
[1887.] 12mo, pp. xi, [1], 21.   BM (11602. e. 44), BN

Elegy written in a country churchyard. Ode on Eton College. The bard. By Thomas Gray. With explanatory notes. London. Blackie & Son.
[267  
[1887.] 8vo, pp. 32. Blackie's School Classics. BM (12200. c. 15/11)

El, Spr, Cat, Eton, Bard in Parodies of the works of English and American authors, collected and annotated by Walter Hamilton, London, Reeves and Turner, 1887-8, v. 1-3, 48, 49-50, 51-2, 54-6.
[268  




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1889. Clarendon Press Series | Gray | Selected poems | edited by | Edmund Gosse | Clark Lecturer in English Literature at the University | of Cambridge | with supplementary notes for the use of schools | by | Foster Watson, M. A. | Oxford | At the Clarendon Press | 1889 | [All rights reserved]
[269  
Sm. 8vo, pp. viii, 156. English poems only. See no. 262.   BM (2320. aa. 16)

1891. Gray's poems edited with introduction and notes by John Bradshaw, LL. D. London. Macmillan. 1891.
[270  
8vo, pp. xl, 148. Macmillan's English Classics.   BM (11609. de. 31)
Announced in The Academy, Sept. 26, 1891, xl. 262. Rev. in The Athenaeum, Aug. 1, 1891, p. 157; in The Critic, Jan. 16, 1892, n. s. xvii. 33; in The Spectator, Nov. 21, 1891, lxvii. 733.
Reissued in 1895, pp. 190. 1/9.   NYP

1892. Thomas Gray: Elegy written in a country churchyard with selections from the odes and sonnets. Illustrated title. New York. Putnam. 1892.
[271  
Literary Gems, Fourth Series.

Selections in Foliorum silvula, part the first, being passages for translation into Latin elegiac and heroic verse, edited with notes by Hubert Ashton Holden. Cambridge. Deighton Bell & Co. 1892.
[272  
8vo, pp. xiv, 700. See the index.

1893. Eton, Vic, PP, To Bentley, Sonnet, El in Henry Charles Beeching, A paradise of English poetry, London, Rivington, 1893, 8vo, i. 120-23, 169-70, 283-8, ii. 265, 292-6.
[272a  
Thomas Gray. The Elegy, the Ode on Eton College, The bard edited by Elizabeth Lee. London. Blackie & Son. 1893.
[273  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 31. Blackie's English Classics.   BM (O. 12200. e. 3/9)

1894. Gray's Elegy and On the death of my [sic!] favourite cat. Leeds. A. Pedley & Sons.
[274  
[1894.] 8vo, pp. 4. Pedley's Northern Poetry Cards, Upper Standards.   B (2805. d. 24)

El, Bard in L. Dupont Syle, From Milton to Tennyson, Boston, Allyn & Bacon, 1894, 8vo, pp. 71-9; see also pp. 63-8.
[274a  
1895. Gray: Select odes with notes explanatory of meanings and allusions. London. Macmillan. 1895.
[275  
8vo, pp. 40. Macmillan's Series for Pupil Teachers. Eton, PP, Bard.   BM (O. 12201. eee. 10/1)

Gray's poems, etc. 1895. See no. 270.
[276  




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The Riverside Literature Series | Elegy | written in a country church- | yard and other poems by | Thomas Gray | John Gilpin and other poems | by | William Cowper | With biographical sketches, introduc- | tions and notes | [Publisher's emblem.] | Boston New York Chicago | Houghton Mifflin Company | The Riverside Press Cambridge |
[277  
[1895.] Sm. 8vo, pp. 96. Frontispiece portrait (as in the Aldine Edition). Riverside Literature Series, no. 74. Gray, pp. 5-49. Bard, El, Eton, Adv, Cat, PP.

1896. Cusack's edition of the Elegy written in a country churchyard, and the Ode on the spring by Thomas Gray. With copious notes, sketch of the poet's life, historical introduction, articles on metre, figures of speech, &c, and glossary of all the more important words in the text. London. City of London Book Depôt. 1896.
[278  
8vo, pp. 54. 1/- net. Edited by J. Cusack.   NYP

Same. Second edition. 1901.
8vo, pp. [vi], 56.   BM (11633. de. 40)

Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard, The bard, and Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College. With notes explanatory, analytical, and grammatical, embracing figures of speech and metre by the Rev. Henry Evans, D. D. Dublin. Blackie & Son, Ltd. 1896.
[279  
8vo, pp. 48. English Classics for Intermediate Schools and Colleges.   BM (12274. df), B

Chief poems of Thomas Gray, with life and notes. Leeds. A. Pedley & Sons.
[280  
[1896.] 8vo, pp. 20. Pedley's Northern Series. Published at Id. Spr, Eton, El, Bard.   BM (12210. e. 4), B (2799. e. 74)

Selected poems of Gray, Goldsmith, and Collins. London. Review of Reviews Office.
[281  
[1896.] 8vo, pp. 58. The Masterpiece Library, no. xl; The Penny Poets, no. 6. Gray, pp. 2-22. El, Eton, Bard, FS, Odin, Spr, Adv, Ign, PP, Music, Sketch, Cat.   TC

1897. El, Spr, Eton, Bard in Charles Dudley Warner, Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, New York, R. S. Peale & J. A. Hill, 1897, 8vo, xi. 6626-36.
[282  
1898. Thomas Gray: Ode on the spring, and The bard. With notes explanatory of the meanings and allusions. London. Macmillan. 1898.
[283  
12mo, pp. 30. 6d. Macmillan's Series for Pupil Teachers.




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Gray's English poems, original, and translated from the Norse and Welsh, edited with introduction and notes by D. C. Tovey, M. A. Cambridge. University Press. 1898.
[284  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xvi, 290. Pitt Press Series. Lines numbered. 4/-.   BM (2322. c. 56), BN (Yk. 530)
Rev. in The Academy, Sept. 10, 1898, liv. 243; by Br. Schnabel in Englische Studien xxvii. 285; by C. S. in Revue Critique, n. s. xlvi. 332-3; in The Athenaeum, June 25, 1898, p. 820.

Ode on the spring | and | The bard | by Thomas Gray. | Edited | with introduction and notes | by | D. C. Tovey, M. A., | Clark Lecturer at Trinity College, Cambridge. | Cambridge: | At the University Press, | 1898 | [All rights reserved.]
[285  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 52. The Cambridge Series for Schools and Training Colleges. From Tovey's larger edition in the Pitt Press Series (see no. 284).   BM (O. 12201. e. 4/11), BN (Yk. 561)

The bard and the Ode on the spring. Cusack's edition. With copious notes, sketch of the poet's life, appendices on figures of speech, prefixes, affixes, and imitative words, together with a complete glossary. London. City of London Book Depôt. 1898.
[286  
12mo, pp. 80. 1/- net.

Eclectic English Classics | Selections | from the poems of | Thomas Gray | edited by A. M. Van Dyke, M. A. | Department of English, Cincinnati High School | New York Cincinnati Chicago | American Book Company | 1898 |
[287  
8vo, pp. 80. Portrait. Eton, PP, Bard, El, Cat, FS, Spr, Adv, Vic, Odin, Ed, Stanzas to Bentley, Sonnet, Sketch.
Reprinted in 1910. See no. 326.

1899. El, Spring, Eton, Bard in Harry Thurston Peck, ed., Masterpieces of the world's literature, ancient and modern, New York, American Literary Society, [1899], 8vo, x. 5282-95.
[287a  
Gray's | Odes and Elegy | with | life and notes | [Publisher's monogram.] | W. & R. Chambers, Limited | London and Edinburgh | 1899 |
[288  
16mo, pp. 64. Includes thirteen English poems. 4d.

An elegy in a country churchyard and Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College by Thomas Gray. Illustrated by J. T. Friedenson. London. John Lane. 1900 [1899].
[289  
16mo, pp. 47, [1]. Frontispiece and 9 drawings. Flowers of Parnassus, no. 1.   B (2799. f. 170), BM (11646. a. 70)

Same. 1901.   NYP




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Pope, Gray, Goldsmith. Selected poems. ... Edited by George A[nsel] Watrous. Boston. Allyn & Bacon.
[290  
[1899.] 16mo, pp. v, [1], 131. The Academy Series of English Classics.

1900. El, Eton, Spr in The international library of famous literature, edited by Richard Garnett in association with Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl, Donald G. Mitchell, London, The Standard, [1900], 8vo, ix. 3941-5, xiii. 6015-17, xvii. 8089-90. 3 plates.
[291  
Cat, Eton, LSt, PP, El in Edward Arber, The Goldsmith anthology, 1745-1774 A. D., London, H. Frowde, 1900, 8vo, pp. 80-104.
[292  
Gray's poems. Part I. Elegy written in a country churchyard. The bard. Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College. The progress of poesy. With introductions and notes by Thomas Page. London. Moffatt & Paige. 1900.
[293  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 39. 4d. Moffat's School Classics. BM (12201, d. 23/2)

El, Bard (selection), PP (selection), Cat in The Oxford book of English verse 1250-1900 chosen & edited by A. T. Quiller-Couch, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1900, 8vo, pp. 516-28.
[293a  
1901. An elegy in a country churchyard, etc. 1901. See no. 289.
[294  
Ode on the spring and Elegy in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. Edited with introduction and notes by D. C. Tovey, M. A. Cambridge. University Press. 1901.
[295  
8vo, pp. 67. 8d. Cambridge Series for Schools and Training Colleges. From Tovey's larger edition in the Pitt Press Series (see no. 284).   BM (O. 12201. e. 4/23)

Cusack's edition of the Elegy, etc. 1901. See no. 278.
[296  
1902. Cat, El in Golden numbers, a book of verse for youth, chosen and classified by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith, New York, McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902, 8vo, pp. 353-5, 612-17.
NYP   [297  
1903. FS, Owen in War songs of Britain, selected by Harold E. Butler, London, Constable, 1903, 8vo, pp. 30-34.
[297a  
Elegy | written in a country church- | yard; Ode on the spring; | and Ode on a distant | prospect of Eton | College | By | Thomas Gray | London | Anthony Treherne & Co., Ltd. 1903 |
[298  
64mo, pp. 71. Frontispiece. 6d. and 1/-. Waistcoat-Pocket Series, no. 4. Published in Philadelphia by the Henry Altemus Company.
Second edition, 1905.




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1904. English poems by Thomas Gray. Edited by J. C. Baker, M. B. Guildford. The Astolat Press. 1904.
[299  
Sq. 16mo, pp. viii, [2], 100, [1]. Includes Gray's notes. Carefully edited. 1/6, net.   BM (11647. dg. 5)

Select poems of Thomas Gray. 1904. See no. 250.
[300  
Gray, Burns, Cowper, etc. Select poems. Edited by H. B. Cotterill. London. Macmillan. 1904.
[301  
Cr. 8vo. 1/-.

Selections in Bliss Carman, ed., The world's best poetry, Philadelphia, John D. Morris & Co., 1904.
[302  
8vo. Eton, i. 244-7; El, Hi. 270-5, illus.; Vic, v. 18-19; Spr, v. 79-80; Bard, viii. 34-9.   COLU

Gray's English poems | original and translated from | the Norse and Welsh | edited by | D. C. Tovey, M. A. | formerly Clark Lecturer at Trinity College, Cambridge | Cambridge: | At the University Press | 1904 |
[303  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xvi, 291. Pitt Press Series. A reprint of the edition of 1898 (see no. 284).

Elegy in a country churchyard and other poems. With illustrations. Glasgow. David Bryce & Son. 1904.
[304  
64mo, pp. 383, [1]. Size of page, 1 15/16 x 1 3/8 in. Published in New York by Frederick A. Stokes Co.   BM (C. o. e. 4)

Eton, Adv, El in F. St. John Corbett, A history of British poetry from the earliest times to the beginning of the twentieth century, London, Gay & Bird, 1904, 8vo, pp. 270-77.
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1905. Elegy, etc. 1905. See no. 298.
COLU   [306  
Gray: Elegy written in a country churchyard and other poems edited by N. L. Frazer, B. A. London. Horace Marshall & Son. 1905.
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Sm. 8vo, pp. 30, [2], El, Eton, Bard, Spr, Adv.   BM (12274. de.)

Bard, Eton, El in The treasure book of verse, being a reissue of poetry for home and school chosen and arranged by Anna C. Brackett and Ida M. Eliot, New York, Putnam, 1905, 8vo, pp. 185-9, 288-90, 292-6.
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Gray's Elegy and other poems. London. Bryce. 1905.
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64mo. Illus. 1/- net.

1906. Gray's Elegy and odes. Oxford. Clarendon Press.
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[1906.] 8vo, pp. 32. Select English Classics. 4d. El, Vic, Cat, Bard, PP, Spr, Eton, Adv, FS, Odin.   B




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1907. Eton, Cat, El, PP, Vic, Sketch in Margaret Lynn, A collection of eighteenth century verse, New York, Macmillan, 1907, 8vo, pp. 244-63, 453-7.
[311  
PP, El in A. J. Wyatt and S. E. Goggin, An anthology of English verse with introduction and glossary, London, W. B. Clive, 1907, 8vo, pp. 135-42.
[312  
Spr, Eton, El, PP, Bard, Odin in English poetry (1170-1892) selected by John Matthews Manly, Boston, Ginn, [1907], large 8vo, pp. 265-72.
[312a  
El, PP in J. C. Stobart, The Johnson epoch, London, E. Arnold, 1907, 8vo, pp. 32-40.
CU [313  
1908. El, Bard in English poems edited by Edward Chauncey Baldwin and Harry G. Paul, New York, American Book Company, 1908, 8vo, pp. 120-29, 372-5.
[313a  
Selections in Walter Cochrane Bronson, editor, English poems, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1908, 8vo, iii. 231-55, 475-86, 525-6.
[314  
Spr, Eton, Adv, Sonnet, Cat, El, PP, Bard, Vic, FS, Odin, Sketch.   CU, NYP

1909. Elegy written in a country church-yard and other poems by Thomas Gray; together with The diverting history of John Gilpin and other poems by William Cowper. Edited with an introduction and notes by J[osiah] H[amilton] Castleman. New York. Macmillan. 1909.
[315  
16mo, pp. xxiii, 268. Portrait. Macmillan's Pocket American and English Classics.

Selections in The pageant of English poetry, edited by R. M. Leonard, London, H. Frowde, 1909, 8vo, pp. 197-205.
[316  
Spr, El, Cat complete, selections from Adv, PP, Vic, Eton.   NYP

Merrill's English Texts | An elegy in a | country churchyard | and other poems | by | Thomas Gray | edited with an introduction and notes | by Cornelia Beare, Instructor in English, | Wadleigh High School, New York City | [Publisher's emblem.] | New York | Charles E. Merrill Co. | 44-60 East Twenty-third Street |
[317  
[1909.] 16mo, pp. 55. Frontispiece portrait. Merrill's English Texts. El, Vic, Eton, Bard.

Gray | Poems published in 1768 | London | Henry Frowde | 1909 |
[318  
8vo, pp. [x], 119, [5], 23. 2/6 net. Oxford Library of Prose and Poetry. Reprints the edition of 1768 (see no. 52); the Ode for music,




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2d edition, 1769 (see no. 1402); the title-page of Six poems, 1753 (see no. 178); and A long story, from Six poems, 1753, pp. 14-23.   BM (11611. df. 25), CU
Announced in The Athenaeum, Nov. 6, 1909, p. 558.

Spr, PP, Eton, Bard, Adv, Vic, El, Cat in William Stanley Braithwaite, editor, The book of Georgian verse, London, Grant Richards, 1909, 8vo, pp. 3 f., 115-28, 149-53, 163-8, 200 f., 1267.
[319  
El, PP, Bard in The English Parnassus, an anthology of longer poems with introduction and notes by W. Macneile Dixon and H. J. C. Grierson, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1909, 8vo, pp. 238-47, 726-7.
BM   [320  
Elegy written in a country | church-yard | together with a selection from | the odes and sonnets | By | Thomas Gray | [Emblem.] | New York and London | G. P. Putnam's Sons | The Knickerbocker Press |
[321  
N. d. [1909?] 24mo, pp. [iv], 84. Frontispiece portrait. El, Spr, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, Music, FS, Odin, Owen, Hoel, Vic.   NYP

1910. El, Eton, PP (extract) in Jeanette L. Gilder, ed., Masterpieces of the world's best literature, New York, Current Literature Pub. Co., 1910, 16mo, iv. 210-18.
[322  
Longmans' English Classics | Thomas Gray's | Elegy | written in a country churchyard | and other poems | Oliver Goldsmith's | The deserted village | The traveller | and other poems | Edited with notes and an introduction by | James F. Hosic, Ph. M. | Head of the Department of English in the Chicago Normal College | New York | Longmans, Green & Co. | London, Bombay, and Calcutta | 1910 |
[323  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xvi, 80. Longmans' English Classics. El, Eton, Cat, PP, Bard.

Gray's Elegy and other poems. London. Siegle, Hill & Co. 1910.
[324  
Sm. 24mo, pp. 64. Langham Booklets. El, Eton, Adv, Cat, Spr, Bard, PP, FS.

Selections in Charles William Eliot, editor, The Harvard classics, New York, P. F. Collier & Son, 1910, 8vo, xl. (English poetry i.) 455-75.
[325  
El, Eton, Adv, Spr, PP, Bard, Vic, Cat. Facsimile of the Elegy from the British Museum MS.

Eclectic English Classics | Gray's | Elegy in a country | churchyard | and other selections | edited by | A. M. Van Dyke, M. A. | formerly Department of English, Cincinnati High




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Schools | New York Cincinnati Chicago | American Book Company |
[326  
1910. Sm. 8vo, pp. 80. Frontispiece portrait. Half-title, Gray's | Elegy in a country churchyard | (with other selections) | and | Goldsmith's | The deserted village | Goldsmith's poem, 32 pp., is bound with Gray. El, Eton, PP, Bard, Cat, FS, Spr, Adv, Vic, Odin, Ed, Stanzas to Bentley, Sonnet, Sketch. See no. 287.

Adv, Bard in Oswald Crawfurd, Lyrical verse from Elizabeth to Victoria, London, Chapman & Hall, [1910], 16mo, ii. 32-8.
[326a  
El, PP in Twelve centuries of English poetry and prose selected and edited by Alphonso Gerald Newcomer and Alice E. Andrews, Chicago, Scott, Foresman and Company, [1910], 8vo, pp. 347-351.
[326b  
1911. Poems by Thomas Gray. Ed. by A. J. F. Collins. London. W. B. Clive. 1911.
[327  
8vo, pp. 136. University Tutorial Series.

Selections in Century readings for a course in English literature edited and annotated by J. W. Cunliffe, J. F. A. Pyre, and Karl Young, New York, The Century Co., 1911, large 8vo, pp. 396-404.
[328  
Sonnet, Eton, Adv, El, PP, Bard, FS.

Gray and his poetry. By S. E. Wimbolt. London. Harrap. 1911.
[329  
16mo. The Poetry and Life Series. Published in New York by the Dodge Publishing Company.
Rev. in The Athenaeum, July 8, 1911, p. 41; by Frank Gschwind in Anglia Beiblatt, June, 1913, xxiv. 177.

1912. Instructor Literature Series | Elegy | written in a country churchyard | and other poems by | Thomas Gray | Also selected poems of | William Cowper | [Emblem.] | Published jointly by | F. A. Owen Co., Dansville, N. Y. | Hall & McCreary, Chicago, Ill.
[330  
[1912.] 8vo, pp. m. El, Bard, Eton, Cat, pp. 3-18. No. 127.

El, Spr, Eton, Cat, PP, in Burton Egbert Stevenson, editor, The home book of verse, American and English, 1580-1912, New York, Holt, 1912, 8vo, pp. 1301-2, 1751-2, 2489-91, 2911-14, 3304-8.
[331  
Cat, Spr, El, Bard in Percy Adams Hutchison, British poems from "Canterbury tales" to "Recessional," New York, Scribner, 1912, 8vo, pp. 245-56.
[332  




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Eton, El in Oscar Thiergen and Albert Hamann, English anthology, containing specimens of English poetry and prose, with lives of the authors, from the fourteenth century to the present day, Leipzig, Teubner, 1912, 8vo, pp. 122-6.
[332a  
El, stanzas 4-19, and Bard in A book of heroic verse chosen by Arthur Burrell, M. A., London, J. M. Dent & Sons, 1912, sm. 8vo, pp. 5-7, 13-7.
[332b  
Everyman's Library, no. 574. Reprinted in 1916.

1913. El, Eton, Bard, Adv, PP in Charles Swain Thomas, Selected lyrics from Dryden, Collins, Gray, Cowper, and Burns, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1913, 12mo, pp. vi, 89. Riverside Literature Series 219.
[333  
The Golden Treasury list of selections. See no. 228.

Gray's | Elegy and odes | Oxford | At the Clarendon Press
[334  
N. d. [1913.] 16mo, pp. 32. Oxford Plain Texts. El, Vic, Cat, Bard, PP, Spr, Eton, Adv, FS, Odin.

1914. Bard, El in Waitman Barbe, Great poems interpreted with biographical notes of the authors represented, New York, Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, 1914, 8vo, pp. 49-76, 361.
[334a  
Adv (3 stanzas), PP (3 stanzas), Spr, Vic (1 stanza), El, Cat, Eton (5 stanzas) in The pageant of English poetry, London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1914, 8vo, pp. 197-205.
[335  
A reprint of no. 316.

Gray . . . English poems edited by R[obert] F[letcher] Charles . . . Cambridge. University Press. 1914.
[335a  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xxvii, 108.   LC, BN (Yk. 1176)

1915. Gray | Poems published in | 1768 | edited by | Arthur F. Bell | Oxford | At the Clarendon Press | 1915 |
[335b  
8vo, pp. lv, [7], 119, [5], 23, [1], 38. The text is that of no. 318, q.v. The introduction (fifty-five pages) and the notes (thirty-eight pages) have been added by the editor.

Cat, Eton, El, Adv, Sonnet, Vic in Lucius Hudson Holt, The leading English poets from Chaucer to Browning, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1915, 8vo, pp. xix, 244-8, 858-61.
[335c  
Eton, Sonnet, El, Bard in Henry S. Pancoast, English poetry from Beowulf to Stevenson, New York, Holt, 1915, 8vo, pp. 427-31.
[335d  
Sketch, Tophet in Oxford Garlands, Epigrams, selected by R. M. Leonard, London, Oxford University Press, 1915, 16mo, pp. 17, 50.
[335e  




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El, Cat in The Greyfriar book of English verse selected and arranged for the use of junior forms by Guy Kendall with an introduction by Frank Fletcher, London, Longmans, 1915, 8vo, pp. 131-6.
[335f  

5.   SELECTIONS FROM THE PROSE WORKS

1895. Selections from the journals and letters, with an introduction by John W. Hales, in Sir Henry Craik, English prose, London, Macmillan, 1895, 8vo, iv. 221-31.
[335g  
1911. Essays | and criticisms | by | Thomas Gray | Edited with introduction and notes | by | Clark Sutherland Northup, Ph. D. | Assistant Professor of the English Language and | Literature in Cornell University | Boston, U. S. A., and London | D. C. Heath & Co., Publishers |
[336  
[1911.] 16mo, pp. liii, [1], 378. The Belles-Lettres Series, Section v.
Contents. Introduction. Essays. Selections from the Letters. Notes.
Rev. in The Times Lit. Supplement, Aug. 24, 1911, x. 308; in The Spectator, Apr. 13, 1912, cviii. 586-87. Summaries of these by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xlvi. 127-8. Also rev. by J. W. H. Atkins in The Modern Lang. Rev., Jan., 1914, ix. 113-15.

1914. Extracts from the letters to Mason, Dec. 19, 1756 [Dec. 1 or 2, 1758], and Nov. 9, 1758, and to West, Apr., 1742 (Tovey, nos. 52, 136, 178) and from the Essay on Lydgate in R. P. Cowl, The theory of poetry in England, London, Macmillan, 1914, 8vo, pp. 165, 180, 197-8.
[337  

6.   TRANSLATIONS OF SELECT WORKS

English

1775. The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, with An ode on the death of a favourite spaniel. London. Printed for J. Ridley, in St. James's Street. MDCCLXXV.
[338  
4to, pp. 11. At the end signed E. B. G. [Edward Burnaby Greene; cf. H. Walpole, Letters, edited by Mrs. Toynbee, ix. 293]. A translation, in octosyllabic quatrains, aabb, of Ad C. Favonium Aristium, Alcaic fragment, Ad C, Favonium Zephyrinum, Alcaic ode. 1/-.   B, BM (11642. eee. 15), COLU
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., March, 1776, liv. 241.




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1777. Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes. London. Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall. 1777.
[339  
4to, pp. 24. Includes Ad C. Favonium Aristium, Alcaic fragment, Ad C. Favonium Zephryinum, Alcaic ode, Ode on the death of a spaniel [see Mason's Life of Gray]. 1/6.   BM (840. 1. 4. (9))
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Apr., 1777, lvi. 314.

1792. Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall. In two volumes. ... Bath. Printed by R. Cruttwell; ... M DCC XCII.
[340  
8vo. Translation by F. of Arist, Zeph, Alcaic ode, i. 64-70. F. was probably W. Northam; see no. 360.

1793. John Hampson translated Ad C. Fav. Arist. and the Alcaic ode in his Poetics of M. H. Vida, etc., 1793, pp. 147-51, 153-55. See no. 203.
[341  

French

1797. The prose translation by D. B. published in 1797 on alternate pages of The poetical works of Thomas Gray (see no. 80).
[342  
See C. S. Northup, Englische Studien xliii. 156 f.

1798. Poésies de Gray, traduites en français, le texte vis-a-vis la traduction, avec des notes et des éclaircissemens également en français et en anglais. Paris. Lemierre. An VI [1798]. See no. 81.
[343  
This translation has been attributed to Auguste Jacques Lemierre d'Argy, but is for the most part a reprint, with slight changes, of D. B.'s translation (see nos. 80, 342). See C. S. Northup, Englische Studien xliii. 157 f.

1822. Le cimetière | et | le Printemps de Gray, | traduits | par M. de Sapinaud, | auteur de la Traduction en vers français des Psaumes, | des élégies et notices vendéennes. | [Publisher's monogram.] Paris, | Imprimerie Anthelme Boucher, | Rue des Bons-Enfants, No 34. | M.DCCC.XXII.
[344  
8vo, pp. 29. Includes the English of the Elegy. 1 fr.   BN (Yk. 5296)

1828. Les | bucoliques | et | l'églogue élégiaque | de Gray, | traduites en vers libres, | texte en regard, | par Hippolyte M. | [Publisher's monogram.] | Paris. | Imprimerie de E. Duverger, | Rue de Verneuil, No 4. | MDCCCXXVIII.
[345  
18mo de 6 feuilles. By Hippolyte Marvint. Includes the English of the Elegy. See no. 766.   BN (Yc. 10497)




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1830. L.-C. Hoyau translated Spr, Eton, Adv in Le Cabinet de Lecture in 1830. Reprinted in the following:
[346  
1837. Poésies de Gray, | traduites en vers français, | Dediées | au Marquis d'Espinay Saint-Luc | par L.-C. Hoyau | Paris. | Chez Dentu et Gosselin, libraires, | Galerie d'Orléans, Palais Royal. 1837.
[347  
8vo, pp. 82, [1]. 2 fr. The bard is added. At the end the translator says: "Si le petit recueil que je publie mérite quelque attention, on pourra me reprocher d'y avoir omis l'ode pindarique intitulée Le Progrès de la Poésie: l'emploi de la fable, qui y domine, lequel n'est plus souffert dans un sujet moderne, m'a détourné de traduire ce morceau, si beau qu'il soit du reste. En outre, l'auteur n'y cite que les poètes de sa nation, et j'eusse été contrarié de me rendre l'interprète d'un patriotisme injuste."   BN (Yk. 4071)

German

1776. Herrn Gray's | Gedichte. | Mit vorangesetzten Nachrichten | von seinen | Lebensumständen und Schriften | herausgegeben | von | W. Mason. | Aus dem Englischen übersetzt. | [Emblem.] | Leipzig, | bey Weidmanns Erben und Reich. 1776.
[348  
8vo, pp. ii, 567. Portrait. A prose translation of the English poems by Carl Wilhelm Müller; cf. Holzmann & Bohatta, Deutsches Anonymen-Lexikon, Weimar, 1903, ii. 238, no. 7930. The Latin poems are reprinted without translations, pp. 541-67. Rev. in Der teutsche Merkur, März, 1777, i. 288. See Uebel, pp. 16 f.   ZSB (WD. 377)

1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 37-114, translated Arist, Zeph, the Alcaic ode, Cog iv (the Latin of these printed with the German), El, PP, Bard, Odin, Hoel.  
DKB   [349  
1824. In his Dichtungen, 5. Ausg., Greifswald, 1824, ix. 203-24 are printed the trans, of Bard and El.
DKB   [350  
1877. Ein Beitrag | zur | Kenntniss der englischen Literatur. | Der Barde | und das lateinische Gedicht | Ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum | von | Thomas Gray, | metrisch übersetzt und erklärt von | J. Böhm, | K. Lehrer der neueren Sprachen an der Gewerbschule zu Ingolstadt. | Ingolstadt 1877. | Druck von Gustav Hensolt, Firma G. Schröder.
[351  
4to, pp. 11. Includes the original texts.   CU

Italian

1784. Poesie liriche di Gray. Trasportate dall' inglese nel verso italiano dal D. M. Lastri. Libro memoratur Persius uno.




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Martial. Firenze. Nella stamperia di Francesco Moücke. 1784.
[352  
8vo, pp. 11. Includes Spr, Cat, Eton, Adv, PP, Bard, El; two letters from Count Algarotti to Howe (Dec. 12, 1762 and April 24, 1763) on Gray's poetry; and the Latin poems, text only, Arist, Zeph, Alcaic ode.   B, BNF

1792. Il bardo e I progressi della poesia (Odi due), recate in versi italiani da Angelo Dalmistro. Venezia, tip. Valirasense. 1792.
[353  
4to, pp. 39.   BNF

1794. Same. Also in Versioni dall' inglese, raccolte e date in luce dall' Ab. Angelo Dalmistro, in Vinegia, nella stamperia di Carlo Palese, 1794.
[354  
1813. Poemi inglesi | di | Tommaso Gray | recati | in verso italiano | da varj autori. | Milano | coi tipi di Gio. Silvestri | 1813.
[355  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 168. Edited by Davide Bertolotti. Contents. Spr, by the editor; Cat, a literal translation in prose, and a paraphrase by Antonio Zamboni; Eton, by an unknown author; Adv, by the editor; PP, by Rainiero Calzabigi; Bard, by the editor; FS, by the editor; Odin, by the editor; El, by Cesarotti and by Torelli.   ZSB

1847. Same. Venezia. G. Antonelli. 1847.
[356  
8vo, pp. 76. Forms part of Parnaso straniero, volume xi., Inglesi, Venice, 1848. Edited by Francesco Zanotti.

Latin

1775. Poema Alexandri Pope de homine, Jacobi Thomson, et Thomse Gray selecta carmina, ex britanna in latinam linguam translata a Joanne Costa in seminario patavino academiae praeceptore, cum nonnullis ejusdem poeticis scriptionibus. Patavii. Typis Seminarii. 1775.
[357  
4to, pp. [viii], 127, [1]. Gray, pp. 61-81, 123-7. Includes PP, Bard, El (two versions, both, apparently, by Costa).

Portuguese

1799. Ode de Gray sobre o progreço da poezia. Hymno de Gray à Adversidade. Ode de Gray vendo ao longe o colegio de Eton. 1799. See no. 208.
[358  
Translated by A. de Araujo.




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7.   INDIVIDUAL WORKS AND TRANSLATIONS

AD C. FAVONIUM ARISTIUM

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 30-32. See no. 13.
[358a  

Translations

English

1775. Edward Burnaby Greene, in The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, London, 1775, pp. 1-4. See no. 338.
[359  
Begins, Thy task the barbarous Seas to roam.
Also in The Universal Mag., Jan., 1776, lviii. 39-40.

W. Northam, in The London Chronicle, Sept. 5-7, 1775, xxxviii. 236.
[360  
Begins, 'Tis ours the barbarous courts to pierce. In octosyllabic couplets.
Reprinted in Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, Bath, 1792, i. 64-6 (see no. 340). The group of three poems there printed is signed F.

1777. Anonymous. In Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes, London, 1777, pp. 5-8. See no. 339.
[361  
1793. John Hampson, in The Poetics of M. H. Vida, etc., Sunderland, 1793, pp. 147-51. See no. 203.
[362  

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[362a  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 40-44. See no. 349.
[363  
Begins, Der du mit mir, Freund, die Barbarenschwelle.

AD C. FAVONIUM ZEPHYRINUM

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 87-88. See no. 13.
[363a  




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Translations

English

1775. Edward Burnaby Greene, in The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, London, 1775, pp. 5-7. See no. 338.
[364  
Begins, Parent of Roses, from whose wing.
Also in The Universal Mag., Feb., 1776, lviii. 95-6.

1777. Anonymous. In Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes, London, 1777, pp. 14-16. See no. 339.
[365  
1792. W. Northam. In Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, Bath, 1792, i. 66-8. See no. 340.
[366  
Begins, Soft parent of the vermeil rose!

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[366a  
1801. Lugwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 45-8. See no. 349.
[367  
Begins, Der Rosen Mutter, welche der holde West.

1877. Joseph Böhm, in Ein Beitrag zur Kenntniss der englischen Literatur, Ingolstadt, 1877, p. 11. See no. 351.
[368  
Begins, O Rosenmutter, welche der zarte Hauch.

AGRIPPINA

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 125-35. See no. 13.
[368a  
1776. Several passages were quoted in The Monthly Rev., July, 1776, liii. 1-5.
[369  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[369a  

Criticism

1903. O. Ritter. Zur Gray's Agrippina, v. 98 f. In Englische Studien xxxii. 161-2. 1903.
[370  




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ALCAIC FRAGMENT

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, p. 33. See no. 13.
[370a  
1807. In The Port Folio, Sept. 12, 1807, n. s. iv. 161.
[371  

Translations

English

1775. Edward Burnaby Greene, in The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, London, 1775, p. 5. See no. 338.
[372  
Begins, Fountain of tears, whose foster Mine.

1777. Anonymous. A fragment, imitated, and addressed to Sensibility. In Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes, London, 1777, pp. 9-13. See no. 339.
[373  

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[373a  

ALCAIC ODE

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 117-18. See no. 13.
[373b  
In The Monthly Rev., May, 1775, lii. 385.
[374  
In The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1775, xlv. 291.
[375  
1791. Vv. 1-16 in The European Mag., April, 1791, xix. 285.
[376  
In The Universal Mag., June, 1791, lxxxviii. 402.
[376a  
With a description and picture of the Grande Chartreuse.

1809. In Malte-Brun, Annales des Voyages, de la Géographie et de l'Histoire ix. 230-1, Paris, F. Buisson, 1809.
[377  
1824. In Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart., Monastic remains of the religious houses at Witham, Bruton, and Stavordale, com~ Somerset, Frome, Crockers, 1824, 4to, pp. 15-16, 17.
[378  
1825. In a review of Hoare in The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1825, xcv. 2. 533.
[379  




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1883. Reprinted by J. B. from Pickering, 1836 (see no. 30), in N. & Q., June 9, 1883, 6th ser. vii. 445.
[380  
1903. Reprinted by E. V. Lucas from Gosse, 1884 (see no. 41), in his Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, London, Methuen, 1903, i. 544.
[381  
In E. V. Lucas, editor, An idler's scrap-book, London, Methuen, 1903, i. 544 f.
[382  

Translations

English

1775. Edward Burnaby Greene, in The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, London, 1775, pp. 7-8. See no. 338.
[383  
Begins, Hail the name, thou lov'st to grace.

Anonymous. An imitation of Mr. Grey's Ode, etc. By a Gentleman of Sunderland. In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1775, xlv. 491.
[384  
Begins, Hear, awful genius of the solemn grove. 6 stanzas, in the metre of the Elegy. Reprinted by Stephen Jones, 1799 (see no. 84); also in The Port Folio, Sept. 12, 1807, n. s. iv. 162.

1776. W. Northam. In The Universal Mag., Jan., 1776, lviii. 40-1.
[385  
Begins, Thou Genius of this place severe! 28 verses, in octosyllabic couplets.
Also in Poems chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, Bath, 1792, i. 69-70. See no. 340.

1777. Anonymous. In Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes, London, 1777, pp. 17-19. See no. 339.
[386  
Begins, Great Genius, hear a wand'rer's prayer.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Apr., 1777, lvi. 314.

1785. John Pinkerton. In his Letters of literature, by Robert Heron, London, G. G. J. & J. Robinson, 1785, 8vo, pp. 298-300.
[386a  
Begins, Oh, thou, the stern religion of this severe place. 5 stanzas, irregular lines, blank verse.

1786. Edmund Cartwright. Ode from the Latin of Mr. Gray. In his Poems, London, 1786, pp. 64-5.  
BM (991. k. 13. (2))   [387  
Same. In his Poems, 1803, p. 91.




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1791. William Seward. In The European Mag., April, 1791, xix. 285.
[388  
Begins, Oh, Genius of this hallow'd place. 38 lines.
Reprinted in The Universal Mag., June, 1791, lxxxviii. 402-3, in The poetical works of T. Gray, editor S. Jones, London, 1799, pp. 114-15 (see no. 84), and in The Port Folio, Sept. 19, 1807, n. s. iv. 178.

1793. John Hampson, in The Poetics of M. H. Vida, etc., Sunderland, 1793, pp. 153-5. See no. 203.
[389  
1794. James Hay Beattie. Ode. In his Essays and fragments in prose and verse, Edinburgh, 1794, pp. 122-3.
[390  
W. F. Translation of Mr. Gray's Ode, written at the Grand Chartreux. In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1794, lxiv. 457-8.
[391  
Begins, O Thou, whose Deity pervades. 5 stanzas, aabccb.

1800. Anonymous. Translation of Gray's Latin ode, at the Grande Chartreuse. In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1800, lxx. 2. 981.
[392  
Begins, Thou Guardian of the aweful place. 5 stanzas, abab.

1807. Mr. Howe. In The Port Folio, Aug. 29, 1807, n. s. iv. 143.
[392a  
Begins, Hail, genius of these shades severe. 5 stanzas. The translator was an American poet.

1810. Anna Seward. Paraphrase of Gray's Alcaick ode, written in the album of the Grand Chartreuse, on his way back to England, after having visited the Italian cities with Mr. Walpole. In her Works, ed. Walter Scott, Edinburgh, John Ballantyne & Co., 1810, iii. 44-6.
[393  
Begins, Hail, guardian of this deep severe retreat. 6 quatrains, rhyming abab.
"This attempt is boldly paraphrastic. It appeared to the translator that Gray must mean more than he has, at least, perspicuously expressed, when he says in this latin ode, that 'the sublime scenery round the Chartreuse inspires him with more religious reverence than the statues of Phidias, adorned with gold.' Strange, indeed, if it did not; since, though such objects may excite admiration of human skill, they have no obvious tendency to inspire devotion. Surely that was saying too little for those awful monuments of their Creator's power, which inevitably lift the serious and feeling heart to its God. The above English version ventures to make the poet say what he must have meant; that he there more powerfully feels the presence of the Deity, than amid the pomp of the Romish altars, adorned with pictures, and statues, steaming with incense, and blazing with gold. The translator also takes the liberty to add another, and more pious idea to that, with which Gray's latin ode somewhat abruptly concludes."




60

1815. Philip Freneau. Translation of Gray's Ode, written at the grand Chartreuse. In his Works, New-York, 1815, i. 95-6.
BM (11686. a. 43)   [394  
Also in his A collection of poems on American affairs, and a variety of other subjects, New York, David Longworth, 1815, 32mo, i. 95-6.
Not reprinted by Pattee; cf. his edition iii. 405.
Begins, Thou genius of this sacred place. 6 stanzas, rhyming aabb.

1825. Sir Charles Abraham Elton (?). Extracts from this trans, in Excerptions from an idler's scrap-book in The London Mag., March, 1825, n. s. i. 366-7.
[395  
Reprinted in The Works of Charles Lamb, ed. E. V. Lucas, London, Methuen, 1903, i. 381-9, 544-5, vii. 979. The trans. was attributed by Mr. Dobell to Sir Charles A. Elton, and Mr. Lucas thinks this plausible. Begins, Dread somewhat! hallowing to thyself this spot. 5 stanzas.

1840. Claude Scott, in his Oriental musings, and other poems, 1840 (?)
[396  
Begins, Presiding Spirit! that here. This work is not listed in either the English or the American Catalogue, and is not in the BM.
Quoted from Scott in The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1841, n. s. xv. 71.

Before 1843. Rowland Eyles Egerton-Warburton. Printed by J. B. in N. & Q., June 9, 1883, 6th ser. vii. 445.
[397  
Composed before 1843. Begins, Oh, thou! the Spirit 'mid these scenes abiding. 5 stanzas, in the metre of the Elegy.
Reprinted by D. C. Tovey in his edition of The Letters of Gray, London, 1900, i. 89, n. 2.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[397a  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 50-51. See no. 349.
[398  
Begins, Der ernsten Landschaft ernste Religion.

Criticism

1850. C. B. Gray's Ode. In N. & Q., April 13, 1850, 1st ser. i. 382, June 8, ii. 31.
[399  
Replies by W. (1.) in same, April 27, pp. 416-7; by G. B., Jan. 4, 1851, iii. 4.

1869. Francis Trench. Gray and Juvenal. In N. & Q., Oct. 30, 1869, 4th ser. iv. 359.
[400  
1893. D. C. T[ovey]. In N. & Q., April 1, 1893, 8th ser. iii. 247.
[401  




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THE ALLIANCE OF EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 191-200. See no. 13.
[401a  
1822. Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges, in The Anti-Critic, March, 1822, Geneva, W. Fick, 1822, pp. 110-13.
[402  

Translations

French

1798. A. J. Lemierre d'Argy, in Poésies de Gray, traduites en français, Paris, An VI [1798], pp. 109-31. Prose. See nos. 81, 343.
[403  
Begins, De même qu'une plante malade décèle une terre avare.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[403a  

Latin

1787. R. Smith translated vv. 38-107 in Musae etonenses, 1787, ii. 152-5.
[404  

AMATORY LINES

Editions

1797. First published in Warton's ed. of Pope's Works, London, 1797, ii. 285, n.
[404a  
Maria Poole, afterwards Dickons. Delia will tell me. In her Six canzonets and a lullaby for the voice, London, [1797?], fol. No. 3.
BM (Mus. G. 358/8)   [405  
1799. C. L. T. Etonensis, with comments, in The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1799, lxix. 2. 642.
[406  
1802. William Dance. "Sure Delia can tell me"; a ballad. London. 1802.
[407  
Fol.   BM (Mus. G. 361. 52)

1823. J. S. Wely, in The Mirror, Aug. 30, 1823, ii: 229-30. London.
[408  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 146.
[408a  




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THE BARD

Editions

1757. First published in 1757. See no. 180.
[408b  
1775. The bard. | A Pindaric poem, | by Mr. Gray. | Translated into Latin verse. | To which is prefixed | a dedication | to | the genius | of antient Britain. | Chester: | Printed by Poole, Barker, and Co. in Foregate-street. | M.DCC.LXXV. | [Price one shilling.]
[409  
4to, pp. [ii], 25, consisting of p. [i], t.-p. as above, p. [ii], blank, pp. 1-3, Dedication, pp. 4-25, English and Latin texts. Reg., 1 leaf, B-D in fours, 1 leaf. By Rev. R. Williams, rector of Machynlleth.   B (E. Pamph. 1724. (15)), BM (79. g. 16)
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Feb., 1776, liv. 165.

1794. In Roach's Beauties of the poets of Great Britain, London, J. Roach, 1794, iii. no. x, pp. 54-60.
BM (11601. e. 21)   [410  
1800. John Wall Callcott. Weave the crimson web of war, a glee for 3 voices. The words from Gray. London.
[411  
[1800?] Fol.   BM (Mus. G. 809. (40))
The MS. of this is in the British Museum (Add. 27,637). Dates from 1786.

1810. William Horsley. Cold is Cadwallo's tongue. A glee. (The poetry from Gray's Bard.) London.
[412  
[1810?] Obl. fol.   BM (Mus. E. 600. s/7)

1837. The bard by Gray. With illustrations from drawings by the Honourable Mrs. John Talbot. London. John Van Voorst. 1837.
[413  
8vo, pp. [26]. 12 plates; vignette in t.-p. Ed. by John Martin.   B, BM (11631. bbbb. 18), BN, NYP

1856. The bard. A selection from Gray's Ode set to music for a baritone voice and chorus, by Edwin George Monk. London. Novello.
[414  
[1856.] Fol., pp. [viii], 82, [1]. Accompaniment for the piano. The B. M. dates this 1857.   BPL (M. 280. 27), BM (Mus. H. 1109)

A selection from Gray's Bard. An exercise for the degree of doctor in music, composed by Edwin George Monk, Mus. Bac. . . . To be performed in the Sheldonian Theatre . . . on Wednesday, March the 5th, 1856.
[415  
4to, pp. 4. Words only.   B (Oxon. C. 72. (100))

1891. In Andrew Lang, The blue poetry book, London, Longmans, 1891, 8vo, pp. 244-7.
[415a  




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1892. In Lyra heroica, a book of verse for boys selected and arranged by William Ernest Henley, London, Nutt, 1892, 8vo, pp. 80-85, 346.
NYP   [416  
1894. The bard. An ode by Thomas Gray. London. John Heywood.
[417  
[1894.] 8vo, pp. 4. 1d. John Heywood's Recitation Card, Standards VI and VII, no. 20.   B (2805. d. 24)

The bard. Leeds. A. Pedley & Sons.
[418  
[1894.] 8vo, pp. 4. Pedley's Northern Poetry Cards, Upper Standards.   B (2805. d. 24)

1914. In Lyra historica, poems of British history A. D. 61-1910, sel. by M. E. Windsor and J. Turral, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1914, 8vo, pt. i., pp. 42-47.
[419  

Translations

French

1797. D. B., in The poetical works of Thomas Gray, London, 1797, pp. 63-87. Prose. See nos. 80, 342.
[420  
Reprinted by Lemierre, 1798. See nos. 81, 343.
Begins, Que la ruine fonde sur ta tête, Roi sans pitié!

1837. L.-C. Hoyau, in his Poésies de Gray, traduites en vers français, Paris, 1837. See no. 347.
[421  
Begins, Mille maux fondent sur ta tête.

1841. D. Bonnefin. Le barde. Ode prophétique. In Écrin poétique de littérature anglaise. Traduction en vers français, avec notes historiques, de poèmes, épisodes et fragments choisis de Lord Byron, Thomas Moore, Gray, Graham, etc. Par D. Bonnefin. Paris. Hachette. 1841.
[422  
8vo, pp. ix, [1], 473, [1]. Gray, pp. 383-406. Begins, Que la destruction s'attache à ton passage!   BN (Yk. 3493)

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller, in Herrn Gray's Gedichte, Leipzig, 1776. Prose. See no. 348.
[423  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 95-107, and his Poesieen, 1803, i. 86-97. See no. 349.
[424  
Also in his Dichtungen, 5. Ausg., Greifswald, 1824, ix. 203-15.   DKB
Begins, Verdirb, verruchter Fürst.

1877. Joseph Böhm, in Ein Beitrag Zur Kenntniss der engl. Literatur, Ingolstadt, 1877, pp. 5-10. See no. 351.
[425  
Begins, "Fluch, verruchter Fürst, auf dich!"




64

Greek

1795. Anonymous. Vv. 18-22 were trans, in The British Critic, March, 1795, v. 244.
[426  
Reprinted by Richard Payne Knight in his Analytical inquiry into the principles of taste, London, T. Payne and J. White, 1805, 8vo, p. 250.

Vv. 15-22 were trans, by Richard Payne Knight in The British Critic, March, 1795, v. 252.
[427  
On this see T. Grimes in The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1830, c. 1. 389-91.

Italian

1784. M. Lastri, in his Poesie liriche di Gray, Firenze, 1784. See no. 352.
[428  
Begins, Te schiacci la ruina, o Re spietato.

1792. Angelo Dalmistro, in Il bardo e I progressi della poesia, Venezia, 1792. See no. 353.
[429  
1808. Giovanni Berchet. 1808. I have not seen the original edition.
[430  
Begins, Lo sterminio, ti colga, o re crudele!
Reprinted in Giovanni Berchet, Opere a cura di Egidio Bellorini, Bari, Gius. Laterza & Figli, 1911, 8vo, i. 297-312.   NYP
Rev. by Ugo Foscolo in Giornale d'Incorraggiamento, Milan, 1808. This was reprinted in his Opere, ediz. Le Monnier, Firenze, 1850, 16mo, i. 519-25.

1813. Davide Bertolotti, in Poemi inglesi di Tommaso Gray recati in verso italiano, Milano, 1813. See no. 355.
[431  
Begins, Fiamma dal Ciel sulle tue trecce piova.
Also in Poemi di T. Gray tradotti da varii, Venezia, Antonelli, 1847.

1861. Il bardo. Versione di Faustino Bonaventura. Treviso. 1861.
[432  
8vo.

Latin

1775. Giovanni Costa, in Poema Alexandri Pope de homine, etc., Patavii, 1775, pp. 69-77. See no. 357.
[433  
Ode Pindarica, pro Cambriae vatibus, latino carmine reddita. Cantabrigiae, MDCCLXXV. Prostat venalis apud Richardum Matthews, Bibliopolam.
[434  
Fol., pp. 15. Reg. A-D in twos. Signed E. B. G. [Edward Burnaby Greene].   BM (T. 950. (3))
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Apr., 1775, lii. 354-5.




65

R. Williams, in The bard, Chester, 1775, pp. 5-25. See no. 409.
[435  
Begins, Tecum, tuisque exitium, Rex insolens.

Welsh

1822. Palestine, a poem, by Heber; and The bard, an ode, by Gray; translated into Welsh by W. Owen Pughe. London. E. Williams. 1822.
[436  
12mo, pp. viii, 75. The bard fills pp. 41-75.   BM (872. i. 41. (2))

Parodies and Imitations

English

1760. Robert Lloyd and George Colman. The bard, a burlesque ode. In Geo. Colman and R. Lloyd, Two odes, London, 1760.
[437  
Begins, Daughter of Chaos and old Night.
Reprinted in Poems by Mr. Gray, Dublin, 1768, pp. 175-87 (see no. 54); in Lloyd's Works in Chalmers's Works of the English poets, London, 1810, xv. 93-4.

1764. Evan Evans. A paraphrase of the 137th Psalm. Alluding to the captivity and treatment of the Welsh bards by King Edward I. In his Some specimens of the poetry of the antient Welsh bards, London, 1764.
[437a  
Reprinted by Edward D. Snyder in Modern Philology, April, 1914, xi. 566-71.

1779. The | Bostonian prophet. | An heroi-comico-serious-parodical-Pindaric | ode, | in imitation of The bard. | With | notes critical, satirical, and explanatory | by | the editor. | Ridendo dicere verum quid vetat? | London: | Printed for C. Etherington, No. 25, St. Paul's Churchyard. M, DCC, LXXIX.
[438  
4to, pp. 14.   BM (164. n. 52)
Begins, Ruin comes, thou luckless Land!

1781. Thomas Penrose. The harp. In his Poems, London, 1781.
[438a  
Cf. The European Mag., March, 1782, p. 202, and E. D. Snyder, Modern Philology, April, 1914, xi. 573.

1786. Samuel Rogers's Ode to Superstition, written in 1785, and published in 1786, is closely modeled after Gray.
[438b  
In his Poems, London, Moxon, 1849, pp. 245-53. Cf. Vaughan, The Romantic revolt, p. 46.66




66

1798. James Boaden. Cambro-Britons. London. 1798.
[438c  
Act iii. scene 5 is a dramatization of The bard with the omission of the long prophecy. This scene is reprinted by E. D. Snyder in Modern Philology, April, 1914, xi. 576-8.

1799. Thomas Erskine. The barber. In The Spirit of the Public Journals, London, 1799, iii. 319-23.
[439  
Begins, "Ruin seize thee, Scoundrel Coe!" 9 stanzas.
Reprinted in The Poetical Register, 1810-11, London, F. C. & J. Rivington, 1814, viii. 327-31; in Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, London, John Hearne, 1824, pp. 10-11 (26 vv.); in Oxford and Cambridge nuts to crack, London, A. H. Baily & Co., 1835, pp. 194-8; by W. Hamilton, op. cit. v. 58-60.

1809. Falkland. Gray's Bard—(a parody). In The Morning Post, Dec. 8, 1809.
[440  
Begins, "Ruin seize thee, ruthless John!"
Reprinted in The Spirit of the Public Journals, London, 1809, xiii. 338-42; in The Covent Garden Journal, 1810; by Hamilton, v. 56-7 (there called The bard, a Covent Garden ode).

Parody on Gray's Bard. In The authentic and impartial life of Mrs. Mary Anne Clarke by W. Clarke, London, T. Kelly, 1809, 2d ed. [not in the 1st ed.], pp. 136-40.
[441  
Begins, "Ruin seize thee, ruthless W-d-e!" [=Wardle]. 10 stanzas.

1817. Charles Turner. An elegy, with a parody of The bard of Gray, to the memory of Her late Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Saxe Cobourg. London. Printed for the author by W. M'Dowall. 1817.
[442  
8vo, pp. 42. The parody occupies pp. 25-42. Begins, Thy will be done, O King of Kings!   B (280. e. 937. (1)), CU

1824. Marmaduke Lawson, M. P. The Union. In Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, London, John Hearne, 1824, pp. 114-18.
[443  
Begins, "Ruin seize thee, senseless prig!" 9 stanzas.
Reprinted in Facetiae cantabrigienses, London, Charles Mason, 1836; by Hamilton, v. 57-8.

1834. Ode on a college feast day. In Nuts to crack, London, Baily, 1834, pp. 48-50.
[444  
1879. H. Pattinson [pseud. Apis Matina]. Mr. Gladstone in Midlothian. In The London World, Dec. 17, 1879.
[445  
Begins, "Ruin seize thee, reckless Guide!" 5 stanzas.
Second prize in The World Parody Competition. Reprinted by Hamilton, v. 60-1.

J. S. Vaughan [pseud. Etonensis]. Mr. Gladstone in Midlothian. In The London World, Dec. 17, 1879.
[446  




67

Begins, "Ruin seize thee, ruthless Earl!" 4 stanzas.
First prize in The World Parody Competition. Reprinted by Hamilton, v. 60.

1880. F. B. Doveton. Gladstone in Midlothian. (After Gray.) In his Snatches of song, London, Wyman & Sons, 1880, pp. 133-4.
[447  
Begins, Plague upon thee, Earl of B—! 3 stanzas.
Reprinted by Hamilton, v. 61.

German

1792. B. 1792. See no. 1588.
[447a  

Criticism

1779. The Gentleman's Mag. Jan., 1779, xlix. 23-4.
[448  
1793. Frank Sayers. In his Disquisitions metaphysical and literary, London, J. Johnson, 1793, 8vo, pp. 31-3.
[449  
1805. Richard Payne Knight, in his Analytical inquiry into the principles of taste, London, T. Payne and J. White, 1805, 8vo, pp. 249-52, 396-7.
[450  
1809. The Port Folio. June, 1809, 2d ser. i. 515.
[451  
1813. Charles Lamb, in The Examiner, Sept. 12, 1813, no. 298, p. 591.
[452  
Reprinted by E. V. Lucas in his edition of The works of Charles and Mary Lamb, London, Methuen, 1903, i. 155-6, 443-4.

1822. Charles Lamb, in The miscellany, in The London Mag., Dec., 1822, vi. 563.
CU, BM   [453  
Reprinted by Lucas in Lamb's Works i. 374, 540.

1879. Grant Allen. Side-light on Gray's "Bard." In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1879, ccxlv. (n. s. xxiii.) 721-34.
[454  
Valuable.

1884. C. R. Ashbee. An error of the poet Gray. In N. & Q., Apr. 19, 1884, 6th ser. ix. 306.
[455  
Reply by Edw. Solly, May 3, pp. 355-6.

1891. John Bradshaw. Gray's "Bard." In The London Times, Jan. 5, 1891, p. 4, col. 6.
[456  
Reprinted by Jonathan Bouchier in N. & Q., Oct. 3, 1891, 7th ser. xii. 265.
Replies in The Times by C. A. A., grandson of Gilbert Wakefield, Jan. 8, p. 3, col. 6; by J. Millar Darling, Jan. 13, p. 6, col. 6; by G. Beresford Fitzgerald, Jan. 14, p. 14, col. 2.




68

1892. E. Yardley. Gray's Bard [vv. 29 ff.]. In N. & Q., Dec. 17, 1892, 8th ser. ii. 485-6.
[457  
Replies by C. C. B., Jan. 7, 1893, iii. 15; by F. C. Birkbeck Terry, Jan. 28, p. 75.

1899. Ernest Edwin Denney and Philip Lyddon-Roberts. The bard and Ode on the spring parsed and analyzed. London. Normal Correspondence College Press. 1899.
[458  
8vo, pp. 24. Normal Tutorial Series.   BM (12201. d. 31 (12))

1901. — Gray's The bard and Ode on the spring: a complete paraphrase. Second edition. London. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[459  
[1901.] 8vo, pp. 8.   BM (12201. d. 31 (12))

CAMBRI

Editions

1814. This was the title of an unpublished essay from which Mathias extracted Additional observations and conjectures on rhyme, printed in his edition, 1814, ii. 50-54. See no. 18.
[459a  
1884. Reprinted by Gosse. 1884. See no. 41.
[460  
1911. Reprinted by Northup. 1911. See no. 336.
[461  

THE CANDIDATE

Editions

1764. The candidate. By Mr. Gray. [Cambridge. 1764.]
[462  
4to. Only one copy is known to be extant, and that is among the Webb papers in the Cambridge University Library. Described by E. W. Gosse in The Academy, March 23, 1889, xxxv. 204-5.

1782. Jemmy Twitcher, or The Cambridge courtship. In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1782, lii. 39-40.
[463  
Contributed by Adurfi. A misprint is pointed out in The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1844, n. s. xxii. 164.

CARADOC

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, p. 106. See no. 13.
[463a  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, p. 163.
[463b  




69

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[463c  

A CATALOGUE OF ANTIQUITIES, ETC.

Editions

1773. A catalogue of the antiquities, houses, parks, plantations, scenes, and situations in England and Wales, arranged according to the alphabetical order of the several counties.
[464  
[London. 1773.] 16mo, pp. v, [1], 62. Originally written on the blank pages of Kitchen's English atlas. Omits the lists of writers on each place. 100 copies were privately printed by Mason.   B, BM (C. 28. a. 15)

1787. A supplement to the tour through Great-Britain, containing a catalogue of the antiquities, houses, parks, plantations, scenes, and situations, in England and Wales, arranged according to the alphabetical order of the several counties; by the late Mr. Gray, ... to which are now added, by another hand, several additions. ... London. Printed for G. Kearsley. 1787.
[465  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 119. The Catalogue fills pp. 1-62. Differs from the 1st edition only in having a new title-page.   B, BM (291. b. 37), YU
Corrections by P. B. in The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1787, lvii. 468-9.

1799. The traveller's companion, in a tour through England and Wales; containing a catalogue of the antiquities, houses, parks, plantations, scenes, and situations, in England and Wales, arranged according to the alphabetical order of the several counties; by the late Mr. Gray. To which are now added, considerable improvements and additions, by Thomas Northmore, Esq. London. Printed for G. Kearsley.
[466  
[1799.] 12mo, pp. viii, 190.   BM (10349. bb. 7)

1800. The traveller's companion ... by the late Mr. Gray. A new edition, to which are now added, considerable improvements and additions. London. Printed for G. Kearsley.
[467  
[1800?] 12mo, pp. iv, 190.   B, BM (10348. aaa. 5)
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., May, 1800, n. s. xxxii. 109.

THE CHARACTERS OF THE CHRIST-CROSS ROW

Editions

1843. First published by Mitford, 1843, in his Gray-Nicholls correspondence, pp. 217-21. See no. 31.
[467a  




70

A CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF PAINTERS

Editions

1783. A chronological list of painters from the revival of the art to the beginning of the present century. In The art of painting of Charles Alphonse du Fresnoy, translated into English verse by William Mason, M. A., York, printed by A. Ward, 1783, 4to, pp. 189-213 (the whole has pp. xix, [3], 213, [1]).
[468  
It has never been reprinted.   BM (77. g. 7), HH, HU

COLLECTANEA AND CONJECTURES

Editions

1890. Under this title Mr. Tovey printed some material in his Gray and his friends, Cambridge, 1890, pp. 273-91. See no. 45.
[469  

Criticism

1898. Helen Toynbee. A mistaken rendering of a note of Gray's. In N. & Q., Nov. 5, 1898, 9th ser. ii. 365-6.
[470  
Reply by D. C. Tovey, Dec. 3, pp. 452-3.

COMIC LINES

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 138, iii. 296. See no. 41.
[470a  

CONAN

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, pp. 106-7. See no. 13.
[470b  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[470c  




71

COUPLET ABOUT BIRDS

Editions

1843. First published by Mitford, 1843, in his Correspondence of Gray and Nicholls, p. 34. See no. 31.
[470d  
1882. Also in Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 158.
[470e  

CRITICISMS OF ARCHITECTURE AND PAINTING DURING A TOUR IN ITALY

Editions

1836. In Gray's Works, London, Pickering, 1836, iv. 225-305. See no. 30.
[471  
Never reprinted.

Criticism

1910. Gray's impressions are analyzed by C. S. Northup in his Addison and Gray as travelers, in Studies in language and literature in celebration of the seventieth birthday of James Morgan Hart, New York, Holt, 1910, pp. 416-30.
[472  

DANTE, CANTO 33, DELL' INFERNO

Editions

1849. Fifteen lines were quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1849, n. s. xxxii. 343.
[473  
Gosse says (i. 157) that it had never been printed before 1884 (see no. 41.)

DE PRINCIPIIS COGITANDI

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 157-169. See no. 13.
[473a  
1839. In Fasciculus carminum stylo Lucretiano scriptorum, auctoribus doctis quibusdam viris in sinu regiae scholae etonensis musarum disciplina olim institutis. Etonae. Impensis E. P. Williams. 1839.
[474  




72

8vo, pp. viii, 52. Gray, pp. 1-14. Edited by G. G. C. 4/-. Published also in 4to at 7/6.   BM (1213. m. 36 and 37)
Announced in The Gentleman's Mag., Apr., 1839, n. s. xi. 410.

Translations

English

1810. Anna Seward. Translation of Gray's apostrophe, to the memory of his young friend, West, in his unfinished Latin poem, De principiis cogitandi. In her Works, ed. Walter Scott, Edinburgh, 1810, iii. 41-3.
[475  
A translation of Book iv.
Begins, Thus far my youth has labour'd to explore. 48 lines, rhymed couplets.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[475a  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 53-6. See no. 349.
[476  
Begins, So weit hatt' ich getrost der Natur geheimeres Wirken.

THE DEATH OF HOEL

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, pp. 58-59. See no. 13.
[476a  
1808. In The Port Folio, Aug. 20, 1808, n. s. vi. 123-24. With the Latin original.
[477  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. In The poetical works of Thomas Gray, London, 1797, pp. 121-3. See nos. 80, 342.
[478  
In Lemierre's edition, 1798, pp. 105-7. See nos. 81, 343.
Begins, Que ne puis-je, tel qu'un torrent impétueux, me précipiter.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. In his Poésies de Gray, Paris, 1837. See no. 347.
[479  
Begins, Que ne puis-je comme un torrent.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[479a  




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1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten. In his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 113-14. See no. 349.
[480  
Begins, Hätt' ich nur des Waldstroms Kraft.

THE DESCENT OF ODIN

Editions

1768. First published in 1768. See no. 52.
[480a  
1788. In The New Haven Gazette and Connecticut Mag., May 29, 1788, iii. no. 21.
[481  
1808. In The Port Folio, June 25, 1808, v. 406.
[482  
Cf. another, different, literal translation by another writer, in the same, July 23, 1808, n. s. vi. 55, 57.

Translations

French

1797. D. B. In The poetical works of Thomas Gray, London, 1797, pp. 103-13. See nos. 80, 342.
[483  
In Lemierre's edition, 1798, pp. 89-99, 171-3. See nos. 81, 343.
Begins, Le Roi des hommes se leva avec promptitude.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller, in Herrn Gray's Gedichte, Leipzig, 1776. Prose. See no. 348.
[484  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten, in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, pp. 108-12. See no. 349.
[485  
Begins, Rasch auf sprang der König gross.

Italian

1813. Davide Bertolotti, in Poemi inglesi di T. Gray, Milano, 1813. See no. 355.
[486  
Begins, Ratto surse degli uomini il Sire.

Parodies

1794. James Hay Beattie. The descent of Timothy: parody of Gray's Descent of Odin. In his Essays and fragments in prose and verse, Edinburgh, 1794, pp. 191-5.
[487  
Reprinted by Hamilton, v. 61-2.




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1804. Henry Boyd. The witch of Lapland. In The Poetical Register, London, 1804, iv. 246-9.
[488  
Also in The European Mag., March, 1804, xlv. 223-4; in The Annual Register, 1804, pp. 905-7; in The Gentleman's Mag., Apr., 1804, lxxiv.

Criticism

1902. Mrs. Clare Jerrold. The Balder myth and some English poets. In Saga Booh of the Viking Club, Jan., 1902, iii. 94-116.
[488a  
Read Mar. 12, 1897. For discussion see same, Jan., 1898, ii. 11-5.

DIARY

Editions

1845. Diary for the year 1755, from the original MS. In The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1845, n. s. xxiv. 229-35.
[489  

Criticism

1878. W. N. Strangeways. Gray, the poet, on Thirlmere. In N. & Q., May 11, 1878, 5th ser. ix. 365.
[490  
1891. Edmund William Gosse. Relics of Gray. In The Athenaeum, Feb. 21, 1891, pp. 250-51.
[491  

ELEGIACS

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, p. 75. See no. 13.
[491a  

AN ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD

Editions

1751. An | elegy | wrote in a | country church yard. | [Publisher's emblem.] | London: | Printed for R. Dodsley in Pall-mall; | and sold by M. Cooper in Pater-noster-Row. 1751. | [Price six-pence.]
[492  
4to, pp. 11, consisting of p. [1], title-page as above, p. [2], blank, p. [3], Advertisement, p. [4], blank, pp. 5-11, text. Reg. [A] 4, B 2.   BM (C. 59. e. 4), ALE




75

Same. Second edition. 1751. 4to.
LP   [493  
Same. Third edition. 1751. 4to.
HU, ALE   [494  
Cf. N. & Q., June 2, 1877, 5th ser. vii. 439. In this edition first appeared the extra stanza 30, beginning, There scatter'd oft, the earliest of the year. Omitted from 1753 on.
Same. Fourth edition, corrected. 1751. 4to.
HU   [495  
Same. Fifth edition, corrected. 1751. 4to.
[496  
Stanza's written in a country church-yard. In The Mag. of Magazines, Feb., 1751, ii. 160-61.
BM (PP. 5440. c)   [497  
In The London Mag., March, 1751, xx. 134-35.
BM (157. 1. 13)   [498  
In The Scots Mag., March, 1751, xiii. 144-45.
BM (2113. a)   [499  
The Epitaph appeared in The True Briton, March 6, 1751, p. 234, and the remainder appeared in the same, April 17, i. 16. 376-9, copied, as had been the Epitaph, from The Mag. of Magazines, revised from Dodsley, and with the redbreast stanza added at the end from The London Mag.
[500  
An | elegy | wrote in a | country church-yard.
[500a  
No title-page. N. p. N. d. [1751?]. Fol., 4 leaves.
Described by E. Gosse in The Athenaeum, Apr. 3, 1897, p. 445. Probably a pirated edition.

1752. An elegy wrote in a country church yard. Sixth edition, corrected. 1752. 4to. See no. 492.
B   [501  
Same. Seventh edition, corrected. 1752. 4to, pp. 11.
B (Godw. Pamph. 1696. (9))   [502  
1753. An | elegy | written originally in a | country church yard. | The eighth edition, corrected by the author. | London: | Printed for R. Dodsley in Pall-mall; | and sold by M. Cooper in Pater-noster Row. | 1753. | [Price six-pence.]
[503  
4to, pp. 11.   BM (11631. g. 33 (2)), HU

An Elegy. Written in a country church yard. In The Union: or Select Scots and English poems. Edinburgh. Archibald Monro and David Murray. 1753.
[504  
8vo, pp. [viii], 144. El, pp. 65-9. Has the redbreast stanza. According to a MS. note in the BM copy, edited by T. Warton.   BM (11631. aa. 29)
Second edition, 1759, 8vo; third edition, 1766, 12mo; new edition, 1796, 12mo.

1754. An elegy written in a country church yard. The ninth edition. 1754. 4to, pp. 11. See no. 492.
BM (11632. g. 16), B (1696. (10)), LC   [505  




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1756. Same. Tenth edition. 1756. 4to, pp. 11.
HU   [506  
1759. Same. Eleventh edition. 1759. 4to, pp. 11.
BM (1162. i. 11. (2)), LP, YU   [507  
1761. The grave, a poem. By Robert Blair. The sixth edition. To which is added, An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Mr. Gray. Edinburgh. Printed for William Gray. 1761.
[508  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 40. El, pp. 34-40.   BM (1162. c. 11), NYP

Same. Seventh edition. 1767.
BM (900. f. 7. (1))   [509  
1762. In Robert Lloyd, Poems, London, 1762, 4to, pp. 238-57.
[510  
In C. Anstey, Elegia scripta in coemeterio rustico latinè reddita, Cantabrigiae, 1762. See no. 820.
[511  
1763. An elegy written in a country church yard. New edition. 1763. 4to, pp. 11. See no. 492.
YU   [512  
1765. In An elegy on the death of The guardian outwitted, an opera; written and composed by T. A. Arne, London, 1765. See no. 886.
[513  
1767. In the beauties of English poesy, selected by Oliver Goldsmith, London, W. Griffin, 1767, 8vo, 2 vols.
[514  
Goldsmith's brief preface is reprinted in his Works, edited by J. W. M. Gibbs, London, Bell, 1885, iv. 155. Bohn's Standard Library. Also in The world's best essays, St. Louis, Fred P. Kaiser, 1899, v. 1969.

1770. The | grave | a | poem. | By Robert Blair. | The house appointed for all living. | Job. | To which is added | An elegy | written in a | country church-yard, | by Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | Printed by Thomas Martin, Printer, Bookseller, Bookbinder, and Letter | Case Maker, No. 76, Wood Street, Cheapside, London. | Price six-pence.
[515  
[1770?] 12mo, pp. 28. El, pp. 25-8. No stanza divisions.   BM (11632. aaa. 3)

1771. An | elegy | written in a | country church yard. | A new edition. | [Publisher's monogram.] | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall. | MDCCLXXI. | Price six pence.
[516  
8vo, pp. 16. Frontispiece and head- and tail-pieces. See no. 492.   BM (11632. bb. 20), BPL

1772. The grave. A poem. By Robert Blair. . . . The 7th edition. To which is added, An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Mr. Gray. Boston. Reprinted by J. Boyles for J. F. Condy. 1772.
[517  
8vo, pp. 45. Plate.   LC




77

In Elegia inglese del signor Tommaso Gray . . . transportata in verso italiano dall' Abbate M. C, Padova, 1772. See no. 796.
[518  
In Elegia inglese del signor Tommaso Gray . . . transportata in versi latini, e volgari, Padova, 1772. See no. 822.
[519  
1774. In Robert Lloyd, Works, London, T. Evans, 1774, sm. 8vo,ii. 188-204.
[520  
1775. An elegy written in a country church yard. New edition. 1775. 8vo, pp. 16. See no. 492.
BM (T. 197 (1)), NYP   [521  
1776. In Gilbert Wakefield, Poemata latine partim scripta, partim reddita, Cambridge, 1776, pp. 60-74. See no. 825.
[522  
In Elegia di T. Gray . . . in un cimitero campestre tradotta in versi italiani, Verona, 1776. See no. 799.
[523  
This was reprinted in London about 1776.

An elegy written in a country church-yard. Elegia in coemeterio rustico scripta, numeris elegiacis latinè reddita. Auctore Coll: Cant: Alumnus. London. Printed for J. Nicholson in Cambridge. 1776.
[524  
8vo, pp. 25.   BM (11633. d. 2)

An elegy written in a country church-yard. A new edition. To which is added An evening contemplation in a college. Being a parody on Gray's Elegy. London. Printed for J. Nicholson, in Cambridge; and sold by C. Crowder, Paternoster-Row, and J. & F. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1776.
[525  
8vo, pp. 24.   BM (11650. cc. 19. (15))

In Cambridge prize poems, 1776, ii.
YU   [525a  
1777. In The repository, London, Edw. & Chas. Dilly, 1777, ii. 51-8.
BM (1079. h. 14. 2)   [526  
1782. In Elegia . . . tradotta in versi italiani e ristampata da Agostino Isola, Cambridge, 1782. See no. 799.
[527  
Elegy written in a country church-yard By Gray: and translated into Italian verse by J. Giannini, L. L. D. [sic]. Second edition. London. Printed for, and sold by, the Translator. 1782.
[528  
4to, pp. [iv], 19. Frontispiece.   BM (78. g. 11), CAU

1783. The grave ... To which is added An elegy written in a country church-yard. By Mr. Gray. London. 1783.
[529  
12mo, pp. 30, 6. El fills the last 6 pp.   BM (11632. c. 63)




78

In John Young, A criticism of the Elegy . . . London, G. Wilkie, 1783, pp. xiii-xx. See no. 1031.
[530  
1785. Here rests, etc. In W. Tindal, Six vocal pieces for 2, 3 and 4 voices. . . . The words . . . from Shakespeare, Gray, and Guarini. Op. 1me. No. 5. London.
[531  
[1785?] Fol.   BM (Mus. H. 70/1)

1786. The grave; ... to which is added Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard; with notes moral, critical, and explanatory [by G. Wright]. London. Printed for John Fielding.
[532  
[1786.] 8vo, pp. [ii], 52. Frontispiece and engr. t.-p. with vignette. Gray, pp. ii-iv, 43-52.   B (G. Pamph. 1264. 23), BM (79. a. 3)
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Nov., 1786, lxxv. 392; in The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1787, lvii. 167.

1787. The grave; by Robert Blair: to which is added Gray's Elegy in a country church yard; with notes. . . . London. Scatcherd & Whitaker.
[533  
[1787?] 4to, pp. 52. Plate. NYP

The grave. A poem by Robert Blair. The house appointed for all living. Job. London, Sold by T. Scollick, and T. Wilson & R. Spence, York. 1787.
[534  
12mo, pp. 48. El, pp. 37-43.   BM (11633. a. 5)

An elegy, written in a country church-yard. A new edition: as delivered by Mr. Palmer, at the Royalty Theatre, Goodman's Fields: London: Printed by J. Skirven for J. Griffith.
[535  
[1787?] 8vo, pp. 11.   BM (11779. c. 88. (8))
Includes "the Epitaph as sung by Mr. Arrowsmith, Mr. Mallet, and Mr. Gaudry."

An edition with two plates (S. Shelley pinxt.; C. Taylor sculp.) was pub. Dec. 1, 1787, by C. Taylor, No. 10 near Castle St., Holborn.
[536  
No stanza divisions.

1788. An elegy written in a country church-yard, by Gray. With a French and a Latin translation in verse. Croydon. 1788. See no. 742.
[537  
An elegy written in a country church yard. New edition. 1788. See no. 492.
YU   [538  
1789. In William Woty, Poetical amusements, Nottingham, 1789, 8vo, pp. 100-112.
BM (11645. g. 42)   [538a  
On alternate pages with Woty's Latin translation.

In The political passing bell, Boston, 1789. See no. 917.
[539  




79

1790. The grave. ... To which is added Gray's celebrated Elegy. ... A new and correct edition. London.
[540  
[1790?] Sm. 8vo, pp. 40. Frontispiece. El, pp. 35-40.   BM (11641. aa. 4)

Another edition of the Elegy and The grave, called the 10th edition, was published at Perth in 1790.
[540a  
12mo.   CAUL

Thomas Billington. Gray's Elegy set to music, etc. London.
[541  
[1790?] Fol. Op. VIII.   BM (Mus. G. 805/9)

In The repository, 3d ed., London, C. Dilly, 1790, ii. 27-32.
BM (239. g. 3)   [542  
The grave, a poem: altered into rhime, from the blank verse, of Robert Blair. To which is added, Gray's celebrated Elegy, written in a country church-yard. Both illustrated with notes, and occasional remarks. London. Printed by R. Hawes for the Editor, Henry Lemoine. 1790.
[543  
8vo, pp. vi, 41. Gray, pp. 35-41.   BM (992. h. 21. (4))

1791. Poesie inglesi di Alessandro Pope di Jacopo Thompson di Tommaso Gray con la traduzione in varie lingue. N. p. [Venezia? Palese?] 1791.
[544  
8vo, pp. var. Gray, pp. 26.   BM (11631. bb. 70)
Contents. An elegy on a country's church-yard [sic], pp. 3-7; Cesarotti's Italian translation, pp. 9-18; Costa's Latin translation, pp. 19-25; Notes, p. 26.

1793. Elegia inglese | di | Tommaso Gray | sopra | un cimitero campestre | trasportata | in verso italiano | da | Giuseppe Torelli | Veronese. | Parma | Nel Regal Palazzo | MDCCXCIII | Co' tipi Bodoniani |
[545  
4to, pp. [iv], 19, [2], 10, [4], 7, [1]. Portrait after Eckhardt. Includes also Traduzione della stessa Elegia inglese dell' abate Michele Cesarotti and Thomae Gray Elegia in sepulcreto rustico conscripta latinis versibus reddita a Ioanne Costa. Cf. Este in N. & Q., Sept. 25, 1875, 5th ser. iv. 255. The BM copy (840. m. 13) came from Strawberry Hill.   JRM, BN

1794. In Musae berkhamstedienses, Berkhamsted, 1794, pp. 93-111. See no. 828.
[546  
[Greek title (omitted)] | Graii elegia sepulchralis, | cultu graeco donata, | curâ Caroli Coote, LL. D. | [Motto from Longinus [Greek motto (omitted)] ] | Londini: | Typis Josephi Cooper impressus est hic




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libellus; | Prostatque venalis apud Franciscum et Carolum Rivington, in Coemeterio Paulino; [et alios]. MDCCXCIV.
[547  
4to, pp. [ii], 17, consisting of p. [1], half-title, p. [2], blank, pp. 1-17, English and Greek texts. Reg. A-C in fours.   B, BM (641. 1. 21. (2))

Elegeia | Thomae Gray | graece reddita. | Curavit B. E. Sparke, A. M. | Londini: | excudebat J. Nichols. | [Names of dealers.] MDCCXCIV.
[548  
Sq. 4to, pp. 23, consisting of p. [1], half-title, p. [2], blank, p. [3], title-page as above, p. [4], blank, p. [5], dedication, pp. 6-23, English and Greek texts. Reg. A-C in fours.   B, BM (641. 1. 21. (4)), NYP

Elegia Grayiana | graece, | interprete | Stephano Weston, S. T. B. | Hempston Parvae rector. R. S. S. | Londini: | E typographeo J. Nichols. | Veneunt apud W. Clarke. | MDCCXCIV.
[549  
Fol., pp. 28, consisting of p. [1], title-page as above, p. [2], blank, p. [3], dedication, p. [4], blank, pp. [5]-viii, Proaemium, pp. 9-27, English and Greek texts, p. 28, Nota. Reg. A-G in twos.   BM (641. 1. 21. (3))

In Roach's Beauties of the poets of Great Britain, London, J. Roach, 1794, i. 1. 53-60.
BM (11601. e. 19)   [550  
1795. Elegia Grayiana | graece, | accedit etiam | epitaphium in ecclesia episcopali | bristoliensi | et graece redditum, | interprete | Edvardo Tew, A. M. | Coll. Etonens. Socio. | Londini: | E typographeo J. Nichols; | Veneunt apud R. Faulder | MDCCXCV.
[551  
4to, pp. 31, [1], consisting of p. [1], half-title, p. [2], blank, p. [3], title-page as above, p. [4], blank, pp. v-viii, Lectori[bu]s, pp. [9]-31, English and Greek texts, p. [32], blank, p. [33], errata. Reg. A-D in fours.   B, BM (641. 1. 21. (5))

1796. Poems, | moral, | elegant and pathetic: | . . . | and | original sonnets, | by Helen Maria Williams. | London: | Printed for E. Newberry, [and others, 3 lines]. | 1796.
[552  
Sm. 8vo. Plate. El, pp. 141-51.   HU

1797. A collection of poems, on religious and moral subjects. Extracted from the most celebrated authors. Elizabeth-town. Printed by Shepard Kollock for Cornelius Davis. 1797.
[553  
12mo, pp. [iv], 124. El, pp. 85-9.   BM (11603. c. 6)

1800. The grave; to which is added Gray's Elegy, with notes. . . . London. 1800.
[554  
8vo.

1801. Poems, moral, elegant and pathetic. London. Printed for E. Newberry. 1801.
[555  
16mo, pp. [iv], 220. El, pp. 141-51. 1 illus. (for stanza 26).   BN




81

1802. Fables by John Gay and by Edward Moore to which is added Gray's Elegy written in a country church-yard. Paris. Printed for Ant. Aug. Renouard. X-1802.
[556  
8vo, pp. [ii], 102, [1]. El, pp. 95-102.   BN (Yk. 3180)

Same, pp. 209, [3], 102, [1].
BM (12305. aa. 41)   [557  
Elegy written in a country churchyard. Paris. A. A. Renouard. 1802.
[558  
12mo. Cited from Quérard iii. 457. Probably from the same plates as nos. 556 and 557.

In Antoine M. H. Boulard, Traductions interlinéaires des six langues allemande, suédoise, danoise, anglaise, portuguaise et hébraique, Paris, Fuchs, 1802, 8vo, pp. 268-76, with a French prose translation.
[559  
1803. In Robert Bloomfield, The farmer's boy, Wilmington, Del., 1803, 16mo, pp. 233-37.
LC   [560  
1804. The grave, a poem, by Robert Blair. To which are added An elegy in a country church-yard, by Gray. Death, a poem by Bishop Porteus. Evening reflections written in Westminster Abbey. And A soliloquy in a country church-yard by the Rev. Mr. Moore, of Cornwall. Plymouth-Dock. J. Haydon. 1804.
[561  
8vo, pp. 51. El, pp. 28-33.   B (2805. e. 178)

The grave. . . . With Gray's celebrated Elegy. . . . Newcastle. K. Anderson. 1804.
[562  
12mo, pp. 36. Vignette in title-page. El, pp. 31-6.   BM (11644. c. 54)

1805. La cimetière de campagne, élégie anglaise, de Gray, traduction nouvelle, en vers français [par Marie Joseph de Chenier]. Paris. Dabin. An XIII.—1805.
[563  
8vo, pp. v, [1], 15. English and French texts on opposite pages. See no. 755.
Quérard, La France litt., 1829, iii. 457, cites also an edition of An XI (1803). Reprinted in various collections of the translator, and in 1828 at the end of an edition of Young's Night thoughts, Paris, H. Langlois, 18mo, 2 vols.

Elegy in a country church-yard. By Thomas Gray. With explanatory headlines, and a sketch of the life of the author, by the Rev. J. Evans, A. M. London. Printed by Dewick & Clarke for R. Dutton. 1805.
[564  
16mo, pp. 15. Frontispiece.   NYP
Reprinted in 1806.   LC, BM (11603. aaa. 13)
Also formed part of The poetic garland, 1808.




82

Jonathan Battishill. Here rests his head. An elegiac glee. London.
[565  
[1805?] Fol.   BM (Mus. G. 808. f. 9)

1806. Gray's Elegy | in a | country church yard; | with a | translation in French verse; | by L. D. | To which are added, the following imitations: | Nocturnal contempla- | tions in Barham | Downs Camp, | Evening contempla- | tions in a college, | The nunnery, | and | Nightly thoughts in | the Temple. | With | anecdotes of the life of Gray, | and | some remarks in French; | by the editor. | Chatham. | Printed by C. & W. Townson, | Kentish Courier Office. | 1806.
[566  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], xii, 65.   BM (11601. dd. 10. (4)), B (2799. e. 134), NYP
There was also a different title-page having the following: Nocturnal contemplations | in Barham Downs Camp, | Evening contemplations | in a college, | The nunnery, | and | Nightly thoughts in the | Temple. In all other respects this title-page was like the above.
Mentioned in N. & Q., 1st ser. i. 101, 10th ser. ii. 175.

In Albert Joseph Ulpien Hennet, Poétique anglaise, Paris, Valade, 1806, iii. 368-78.
[567  
Elegy in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. 1806. See no. 564.
[568  
1807. In Robert Blair, The grave, etc., Boston, H. Sprague, 1807, 24mo, pp. 40.
NYP   [569  
Elegant poems: containing, Pope's Essay on man, Blair's Grave,—Gray's Elegy, Goldsmith's Traveller, and Goldsmith's Deserted village. Gainsborough. Henry Mozley. 1807.
[570  
12mo, pp. 119. Frontispiece illustrating El stanza 26. El, pp. 83-7.
Reissued in 1812.   BM (11644. ee. 15)
Reissued in 1814.   B (2805. f. 206)
12mo, pp. 120. El, pp. 85-9.
Reissued in 1826.   BM (11601. aa. 9)

1808. The grave, a poem. By Robert Blair. To which is added Gray's Elegy in a country church yard. With notes moral, and explanatory. Alnwick. Catnach & Davison. 1808.
[571  
12mo, pp. 72. El, pp. 47-57, 70-2.   B (G. Pamph. 2769)

In Robert Blair, The grave, etc., Boston, 1808, pp. 51-6.
BPL   [572  
The poetic garland: sacred to virtue and humanity. 1808. See no. 564.
[573  
1812. In Élégie de Thomas Gray . . . traduite en vers français par F. Fayolle, Paris, 1812, pp. 2-18. See no. 761.
[574  
Elegant poems, etc., 1812. A reissue of no. 571, q. v.
[575  




83

1814. Same. 1814. See no. 571.
[576  
1815. The grave, a poem, by Robert Blair. To which are added, Gray's Elegy written in a country church-yard; and Parnell's Hermit. With biographical notices of the authors, from Dr. Anderson's edition of the British Poets. Edinburgh. William Blair. 1815.
[577  
4to, pp. [ii], 107. Gray, pp. 5-8, 69-84.   B (2804. d. 9)

The grave; by Robert Blair: to which is added Gray's Elegy in a country church yard. A new edition, with notes, moral critical and explanatory [sic]. Bungay. Printed by P. Mitchell. 1815.
[578  
8vo, pp. [ii], iv, 39, [1]. El, pp. ii-iv, 33-40.   BM (11649. cc. 27. (2))

1816. In Beilby Porteus, Bp. of London, and others, Solemnity . . . London, 1816, 16mo.
NYP   [579  
Elegy, written in a country church-yar [sic]. In Le champ du repos, ou Le cimetière Mont-Louis, dit DuPère Delachaise, Paris, par MM. Roger Père & Fils, 1816, ii. 401-7.
BM (10661. d. 18)   [580  
Followed by Charrin's French and Torelli's Italian translation.

1817. L'Elegia di Tommaso Gray sopra un cimitero di campagna tradotta dall' inglese in più lingue con varie cose finora inedite. In Verona. Dalla Tipografia Mainardi. 1817.
[581  
8vo, pp. 175. English, pp. 28-44. Followed by the Italian translations of Torelli, Cav. Domenico Trant, Cesarotti, Gennari, Lastri, Buttura, Baraldi, and Castellazzi; the French translations of Kérivalant and Grénus; the German translations of Müller and Kosengarten; the Latin translations of Costa, Anstey, Barbieri, and Venturi; the Hebrew translation of Venturi; and the Greek translation of Cipriani. Edited by Alessandro Torri.   BM (11632. cc. 4), bkb
Rev. in Die Allgem. Lit.-Zeitung, Halle, 1819, no. 272.
Second edition, 1843. See no. 598.

1818. In Thomas Brand, The British Minerva, Hamburgh, 1818, 8vo, pp. 72-8.
[582  
With the Elegy written in Drury-Lane Theatre on opposite pages.

1822. Gray's Elegy; translated into Latin Ovidian verse. By the author of 'Lacon.' Second edition. London. Longman & Co. 1822.
[583  
8vo, pp. 13. English, pp. 4-12. Has an extra stanza no. 27, Him have we seen the greenwood side along, etc., and the redbreast stanza, no. 31, just before the Epitaph. The translator was C. C. Colton.   BM (11652. cc. 11. (11)), YU
The first edition, which I have not seen, was issued in the same year.   YU




84

In M. de Sapinaud, Le cimetière et le Printemps de Gray, Paris, Boucher, 1822. See no. 344.
[584  
1823. Gray's Elegy translated into Latin verse, including the author's rejected stanzas, together with Dr. Edwards's additional lines. By D[aniel] B[amfield] Hickie. London. A. J. Valpy. 1823.
[585  
8vo, 12 leaves. Signed D. Bamfield Hickie, Beacondale, nr Norwich, 10 Dec. 1822. Dedicated to Sheffield Grace of the Inner Temple.

1826. Elegant poems; containing Pope's Essay on man, Blair's Grave, Gray's Elegy, Goldsmith's Traveller, Goldsmith's Deserted village. Derby. Henry Mozley. 1826.
[586  
Sm. 12mo, pp. 120. Frontispiece, illus. El st. 26 and vignette in title-page illustrating a country churchyard. El, pp. 85-7.   BM (11601. aa. 9)

1827. Blair's Grave. | Gray's Elegy. | Porteus On death. | Dodd's Prison thoughts. | [Emblem.] | London: | Printed and published by J. F. Dove, | St. John's Square. | 1827.
[587  
24mo, pp. [vi], 188. Has also an engr. t.-p. with vignette, frontispiece. Gray, pp. 25-30; vignette illus. in title-page.   NYP

In Hippolyte M[arvint], Les bucoliques et l'églogue élégiaque de Gray, Paris, 1827, 18vo, pp. 194-212. See no. 345.
[588  
1830. George Hargreaves. Full many a gem. Glee for four voices. . . . The poetry from Gray's Elegy. London.
[589  
[1830?] Fol.   BM (Mus. I. 531. /14)

1834. In Moses Severance, The American manual; or, New England reader, Geneva, N. Y., 1834, 16mo, pp. 220-23.
CU   [590  
Elegy | written in | a country church-yard. | [Vignette of Stoke Pogis Church.] | London: | John Van Voorst, 3, Paternoster Row. | MDCCCXXXIV.
[591  
Sm. 8vo, pp. viii, 32 leaves, interleaved. 32 wdcts. from paintings by G. Barret, Copley Fielding, J. Constable, G. Cattermole, T. Stothard, P. Dewint, W. Boxall, S. A. Hart, Thomas Landseer, Frank Howard, W. Westall, A. W. Callcott, J. H. Nixon, A. Cooper, W. Mulready, J. W. Wright, Chas. Landseer, J. J. Chalon, H. Howard, R. Westall, Thales Fielding, C. R. Stanley, W. Collins. Printed on one side of the paper. Edited by John Martin.   NYP
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Nov. 22, 1834, p. 859; in The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1834, n. s. ii. 627.
Concerning the publisher see The Athenaeum, July 30, 1898, p. 159.

1836. Same. 1836.
CU   [592  
1838. Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard translated into Latin elegiac verse, by the Rev. William Hildyard. London. John W. Parker. 1838.
[593  




85

8vo, pp. 29. English, pp. 6-28; Latin, pp. 7-29.   B (280. g. 14 (5)), ALE

1839. Elegy | written in | a country church-yard. | With versions in the | Greek, Latin, German, Italian, and French | languages. | [Vignette of Stoke Pogis Church.] | London: | John Van Voorst, 1, Paternoster Row. | MDCCCXXXIX.
[594  
8vo, pp. ix, 64 leaves. Vignette in title-page and 32 engravings (as in no. 591). The versions of the Elegy are printed on only one side of the paper. Includes Cooke's Greek, Hildyard's Latin, Gotter's German, Chénier's French, and Torelli's Italian version. Edited by John Martin.   B, LP, BM (1162. i. 20), NYP, HU, YU
Noticed in The Athenaeum, July 13, 1839, p. 522.

1840. In Souvenirs de collége d' Hippolyte Marvint, Paris, 1840, pp. 201-16. See no. 767a.
[595  
1841. In Arundines Cami, Cambridge, 1841, pp. 144-55. See no. 839.
[596  
In 1841 E. C. Lucas published a series of 18 etchings to illustrate the Elegy.
[597  
Obl. 4to.

1843. Elegia | di Tommaso Gray | sopra | un cimitero di campagna | tradotta dall' inglese | in più lingue | con aggiunta di varie cose finora inedite | per cura del dottore | Alessandro Torri | Veronese | Edizione II accresciuta | Livorno | Tipografia Migliaresi | 1843 |
[598  
8vo, pp. 204. English, pp. 32-48. A new edition of no. 581, q.v. Includes the Italian translations of Torelli, Trant, Cesarotti, Gennari, Lastri, Buttura, Baraldi, Castellazzi, Elisabetta Sesler Bonò, Cav. Michele Leoni, Cav. Lorenzo Mancini, and Cavazzocca; the Latin translations of Costa, Anstey, Barbieri, Bene, and Venturi; the Hebrew translation of Venturi in Italian characters; the French translations of Lemierre (this is a mistake; see no. 750), Kérivalant, Grénus, Charrin, Chénier, and Chateaubriand; and the German translations of Müller, Gotter, Rupprecht, and Kosengarten.   BM (1465. k. 23), BKB, HU

1845. Elegy | written in | a country church-yard. | By Thomas Gray. | [Vignette of Stoke Pogis Church.] | With thirty-three illustrations, engraved on wood, | by R. S. Gilbert. | Philadelphia: | John W. Moore, 138 Chestnut St. | MDCCCXLV.
[599  
8vo, pp. [2], vi, 32.   NYP
In substance, apparently, the same as Martin's edition of 1834 (see no. 591), but with a different engraver.

Same. G. S. Appleton [and others]. 1850. 12mo.   NYP, YU

1846. Gray's | Elegy | London. Longman and Co 146. | New York. Wiley and Putnam.
[600  




86

8vo, pp. [36]. Illuminated by Owen Jones. 31/6.   B, BM (C. 30. l. 6), BPL, NYP

Stanzas 1-3 and the rejected one beginning Hark how the sacred calm . . . were printed in Anthologia oxoniensis decerpsit Gulielmus Linwood, London, 1846, p. 89. See no. 841.
[601  
1847. Elegy | written | in a | country churchyard, | by T. Gray. | Illustrated | by the | Etching Club. | London: | Published for the Etching Club, by J. Cundall, 12, Old Bond Street. | MDCCCXLVII.
[602  
Fol., pp. [3]. Portrait and 18 plates by T. Creswick, C. Stonhouse, R. Redgrave, H. J. Townsend, C. W. Cope, Frederick Tayler, John Bell, John C. Horsley. The name on the title-page is a facsimile of Gray's autograph. Printed on one side of the paper. Published at 42/-. Proofs, £3 13/6.   B, BM (Tab. 648. a.), NYP, ALE
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Oct. 30, 1847, p. 1131.

Same. There was also a 4to ed. issued by the Etching Club, containing 21 leaves and 17 plates.
NYP   [603  
In The book of poetry, London, James Burns, n. d., 16mo, pp. 52-7.
BM (1162. c. 18)   [604  
In same, 2d ed., enlarged, 1847, 16mo, pp. 103-8.
BM (1467. a. 8)   [605  
1850. Elegy written in a country church-yard, etc. 1850. See no. 599.
[606  
1851. Poems for young people. Edinburgh. Wm. & Robt. Chambers. 1851.
[607  
16mo, pp. vii, [1], 173. Edited by William Chambers. El, pp. 36-41.

1852. Elegy written in a country church yard. Boston. 1852.
[608  
Sm. 4to. Portrait of Daniel Webster, of whose favorite poem this is a memorial edition.
Reissued in 1856.

In Beauties of English poets, Venice, 1852, pp. 149 ff. See no. 736.
[608a  
1853. An elegy in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. London. Joseph Cundall. 1853.
[609  
8vo, pp. 23, [1]. Vignette in title-page and 22 plates by R. S. Gilbert. Printed on one side, interleaved.
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Dec. 17, 1853, p. 1508; in The Art Journal, March, 1854, n. s. vi. 72 (four plates reproduced).

Same. Second edition. 1854.   BRB An elegy. . . . London. Low. 1853.
[610  
Cr. 8vo. Illus. 7/6.




87

In Harper's Mag., June, 1853, vii. 1-6.
[611  
With a woodcut for every stanza; a facsimile of the MS. of stanzas 1 and 32 and of Gray's autograph; and a woodcut of Stoke Pogis Church.

1854. An elegy | written in | a country churchyard. | By Thomas Gray. | [Vignette of Stoke Pogis Church.] | New York. D. Appleton and Co. | MDCCCLIV.
[612  
8vo, 24 leaves. Printed on one side only, with a vignette on each printed page, interleaved. Illustrations drawn by Birket Foster (13), A Lady (7), George Thomas (3).   HU, NYP
Reissued without date.

Elegy written in a country church-yard. Small paper edition. London. John Van Voorst. 1854.
[613  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [36]. Engr. t.-p. with vignette and 32 illus. by various painters. Edited by John Martin. See no. 591.   B, BM (1162. c. 39)

An elegy in a country churchyard. 1854. See no. 609.
[614  
1855. A | gem book | of | British poetry: | with | biographical sketches. | By Samuel G. Goodrich. | Elegantly illustrated. | Philadelphia: | Published by E. H. Butler & Co. | 1855.
[615  
4to. El, pp. 123-31. Portrait.   HU

In Sanders' Young ladies' reader, New York, Ivison, Phinney & Co., [1855], 8vo, pp. 267-71.
[615a  
An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated with engravings by Birket Foster and others. London. Published for Joseph Cundall, by Sampson, Low, and Son, 47, Ludgate Hill. 1855.
[616  
8vo. 28 illus. by Foster, engraved by Edmund Evans. The BM copy (1347. h.) has been lost.

Same. 1857.
Same. 1858.
Same. 1860.
Same. 1861.

1856. Elegy written in a country church yard. 1856. See no. 608.
[617  
1857. An elegy written in a country churchyard. 1857. See no. 616.
[618  
1858. In Charles A. Dana, The household book of poetry, New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1858, 8vo, pp. 710-12.
NYP   [619  
An elegy written in a country churchyard. 1858. See no. 616.
[620  
1860. Same. 1860. See no. 616.
[621  




88

Gray's Elegy, in caligraphic costume, by Oliver B. Goldsmith.
[622  
[New York. 1860.] 8vo, 13 leaves. Engraved throughout.   LC

1861. An elegy written in a country churchyard. 1861. See no. 616.
[623  
Elegy, written in a country churchyard. New York. 1861.
[623a  
8vo, pp. 25, [1]. Illus.   COLU

1862. In Choice poems and lyrics, London, Whittaker & Co., 1862, pp. 77-82.
BM   [624  
No division into stanzas.

A facsimile of the original autograph manuscript of Gray's Elegy. Photographed by Messrs. Cundall, Downes & Co. London. Sampson Low, Son, & Co. 1862.
[625  
4to, pp. [4]. 4 plates. This was the MS. bequeathed to Mason.   BM (1855. a. 6), NYP, YU

1863. An elegy . . . London. Sampson Low, Son, & Marston. 1863.
[626  
4to, pp. 15. Facsimile and 16 plates.   NYP

Elegy written in a country church-yard. New York. 1863.
[627  
4to. Vignettes. Printed on one side of the paper.

1864. In Some old favourites, London, Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1864.
[628  
16mo, pp. var. Gray, pp. 11.   BM (11601. a. 14)

1866. Gray's Elegy. The borders designed and illuminated by [Maria] Lady Willoughby. London. Printed and published by Day & Son, Ltd.
[629  
[1866.] 4to, pp. 12. Illuminated borders with 2 vignettes on each page. Printed on one side of the paper.   B, BM (1871. e. 22)

Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. In phonography: corresponding style. Interlinear translation. London. F. Pitman.
[630  
[1866.] l2mo, pp. 16.   BM (13991. bb. 19. (4))

1867. In The cottage library, Fourth, Favorite English poems, New York, F. J. Huntingdon & Co., 1867, sm. 8vo, pp. 25-30.
NYP   [630a  
1869. An elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. London. Sampson Low, Son, & Marston. 1869.
[631  




89

4to, pp. 15, [1]. Frontispiece, portrait in title-page, and 16 colored plates from drawings by R. Barnes, R. P. Leitch, E. M. Wimperis, and others. Facsimile of the Elegy from the Mason MS.   B, BM (11651. k. 16), ALE, HU
Also published in 8vo. The English Catalogue gives the date of this as 1868.

1871. Gray's Elegy, | translated into Greek elegiacs. | By | the Hon. George Denman, Q. C., M. P., M. A. | formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. | Cambridge: | Deighton, Bell, and Co. | Bell and Daldy, London. | 1871.
[632  
8vo, pp. 21.   B, BM (11408. c. 82), HU
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Oct. 21, 1871, pp. 526-27.

1873. Elegy written in a country church yard. Philadelphia: Bradley & Co. Cincinnati: H. Howe. 1873.
[633  
8vo, pp. 10.

Same. Also in John W. Barber, comp., The Bible looking glass, Philadelphia, [1873], pt. B.
LC, YU   [634  
Goldsmith's Traveller and Deserted village. Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard. London. John Marshall & Co. 1873.
[635  
16mo, pp. 31. El, pp. 27-31. 2d.   BM (11642. a. 63. (7))

Printed by H. A. J. Munro with his Latin translation, Cambridge, Pitt Press, [1873]. See no. 846.
[636  
1874. In The Franklin sixth reader and speaker, ed. by George S. Hillard and Homer B. Sprague, New York, Taintor Bros., Merrill, & Co., 1874, 8vo, pp. 413-18. 1 illustration.
[637  
Elegy, etc. [1874.] See no. 685.
[637a  
Elegy, | written in a country church yard. | By | Thomas Gray. | Elegie, | geschrieben auf einem Dorfkirchhofe. | Von Thomas Gray. | Uebersetzt von Niclas Müller. | Verlag von Nic. Müller, 48 Beekman Street, New York. | 1874.
[638  
8vo, pp. [15]. English and German on alternate pages.   BPL, NYP, HU, COLU

1875. An elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. London. Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle.
[639  
[1875.] Sm. 8vo, pp. 26. Vignette in title-page and 22 engravings by Birket Foster, E. V. B., and George Thomas. The Choice Series. Published at 2/6.   BM (11603. ccc. 10)

Same. New edition. 1889. l/-.
Published in New York by Putnam.

Gray's Elegy | (written in a country churchyard) ] translated into French | by | J. Roberts, M. A., | Fellow of Magdalene College,




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Cambridge. | London: | Harrison and Sons: 59, Pall Mall. | 1875.
[640  
8vo, pp. 19, [1]. English and French on opposite pages. Stanzas 1-3 and 30-32 are printed in red ink.   B, BM (11643. bbb. 14. (15))

1876. Gray's Elegy rendered into Latin elegiacs, an attempt to shew that the mythology and poetry of Rome contains, and may have supplied, many of its images; to which is added Collins' Ode to Evening rendered into Latin alcaics. Oxford and London: James Parker & Co. 1876.
[641  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 27. Errata pasted on p. 3.   B, BM (11602. e. 4. (9))

Annotated poems of English authors. Edited by Edward Thomas Stevens and David Morris. Elegy in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. London. Longmans. 1876.
[642  
16mo, pp. 24. Vignette. 6d. and 4d. Published in Philadelphia by Lippincott.
Several corrections in The Athenaeum, May 20, 1876, p. 699; acknowledged, Sept. 16, p. 361.

Same. 1878.   BPL

Elegy. . . . New York. Appleton.
[643  
Date unknown. In print, 1876. 12mo. Illus.

1878. Annotated poems, etc. 1878. See no. 642.
[644  
1879. In The high school readers, Book V, London, Thomas Murby, 1879, pp. 73-80. With notes.
[645  
In McGuffey's Sixth eclectic reader, Cincinnati, Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., revised edition, 1879, pp. 108-13. 1 illustration.
CU   [646  
In The book of English elegies. Edited by W. F. March Phillipps. London. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1879.
[647  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xii, 316. Gray, pp. 212-16, only 23 stanzas.   B, BM (11603. cc. 9)
Rev. unfavorably in The Academy, Feb. 22, 1879, xv. 162.

An elegy written in a country churchyard. New York. Robert Carter & Bros. 1880 [1879].
[648  
Obl. 32mo. Illus.

1881. In The poetical reader, suitable for the fourth standard of elementary schools, selected and arranged, with explanatory notes and concise lives of the authors, by James Booth. London. Longmans, Green & Co. 1881.
[649  
8vo, pp. 224. Longmans' Modern Series. El, pp. 117-22. 1 illus.   B (2805. f. 4)




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Rev. in The Academy, Nov. 26, 1881, xx. 399; see also W. Webster, same, Dec. 17, p. 458.

In Golden poems, compiled by Francis F. Browne, Chicago, McClurg, 1881, 8vo.
[649a  
In the ed. of 1906, pp. 322-25.

Elegy written in a country churchyard. With biographical sketch, notes, etc. New York. Clark & Maynard. 1881.
[650  
16mo. Paper, 12 cents. English Classic Series.

1882. In Asabel C. Kendrick, ed., Our poetical favorites, Boston, James R. Osgood & Co., 1882, new and revised ed., 8vo, pp. 317-21.
NYP   [651  
In Sheldon & Company's Modern school fifth reader, New York, 1882, 8vo, pp. 252-56.
CU   [652  
1883. In Samuel Mecutchen, The fifth reader, Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1883, 8vo, pp. 316-21.
[653  
Alfred Cellier. Gray's Elegy. Cantata composed expressly for the Leeds festival, 1883, arranged from the full score [for piano accompaniment] by Berthold Tours. London. Chappell & Co.
[654  
[1883.] Large 8vo, pp. [ii], 120. Piano and vocal scores.   BM (Mus. E. 1516), BPL (M. 275. 37. no. 2)

Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated by Harry Fenn. London. Elliot Stock.
[655  
[1883.] 8vo, pp. [32]. Frontispiece and 29 plates. With portfolio containing a pamphlet of 8 pp. on the MS. and a facsimile of the Mason-Pembroke College MS. 250 copies printed, besides 50 large paper copies.   B, BM (11651. f. 22)
Published in Boston by Roberts Bros.
Rev. in The Independent, Dec. 6, 1883, xxxv. 1546; in The Literary World, Dec. 1, 1883, xiv. 412.

An elegy | written in | a country churchyard. | By Thomas Gray. | The artists' edition. | Philadelphia; J. B. Lippincott & Co. | London; John Slark, Busby Place, Camden Road. | 1884.
[656  
[1883.] 4to, pp. 47. Frontispiece and 21 plates by American artists. Printed on one side of the paper. Published in cloth at $ 3.   BM (11651. i. 53)
Rev. in The Independent, Dec. 13, 1883, xxxv. 1577; in The Academy, Oct. 27, 1883, xxiv. 278-9; in Walford's Antiquarian Mag., Feb., 1884, v. 86.

Same. London. Ward, Lock, Bowden & Co. 1893 [1892].
8vo, pp. 21. Illus. as above.   B, BM (11643. h. 32)

Gray's Elegy. | With | sketch of author, notes and questions, |




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by | S. J. Horton, D. D., | Principal of the Episcopal Academy of Connecticut. | New Haven: | Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers. | 1883.
[656a  
8vo, pp. 24. Portrait.   YU

In Giuseppe Scoppetta, Saggi di doppia traduzione l'una corretta l'altra letterale. Lanciano. R. Carabba. 1883.
[657  
8vo, pp. 125. Elegia, English and Italian, pp. 98-125.   BNR

In The Antiquarian Mag., Dec., 1883, iv. 285-8.
[658  
Edited by Joseph Maskell. Contains the six rejected stanzas inserted in their proper places. Without stanza divisions.   BM, CU

An elegy. . . . Boston. Estes & Lauriat. 1883.
[659  
8vo. Illus. by B. Foster and others.

1884. In Translations into Greek and Latin verse, privately printed, 1884. See no. 846.
[660  
In A. S. Barnes & Co., New national reader, New York, 1884, 8vo, pp. 435-40.
CU   [661  
Gray's Elegy | printed from the M. S. [sic] bequeathed by | the poet | to | Mason | edited by | Sir William Fraser Baronet | M.A. F.S.A. M.P. | Francis Harvey | 4, St. James's Street | London |
[662  
[1884.] 4to, pp. [13]. Cover side inscribed: Gray's Elegy cur&â Sir William Fraser. 100 copies printed.   B, BM (11632. h. 21), YU

Elegy written in a country churchyard. London. 1884.
[663  
Vignettes on wood by Landell, Byfield Gray, Williams, Jackson, Thompson, etc., after Barret, Fielding, Constable, Cattermole, Stothard, et al. Slip of errata.

1885. In William T. Harris, Andrew J. Rickoff, Mark Bailey, The fourth reader, New York, Appleton, 1885, 8vo, pp. 230-36.
CU   [664  
Elegy written in a country church-yard, by Thomas Gray. Westminster. Walker & Thurgood. 1885.
[665  
16mo, pp. 8. 50 copies reprinted from the edition of 1768 on Whatman's handmade paper.

George E. Quinton. Musa Elegeia, being a setting to music of Gray's Elegy. London.
[666  
[1885.] 8vo. Cantata. P. F. score.   BM (Mus. F. 1273. b. (7))

1886. In E. Fison and M. Ziegler, Select extracts from British and American authors in prose and verse for the use of schools, Halle, Gesenius, 1886, large 8vo.
[667  
In the 3d edition, pp. 114-15.

Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard illustrated by Norman




93

Prescott Davies with 16 facsimile reproductions from his original drawings in the possession of H. R. H. the Princess of Wales. With an introduction by Professor John W. Hales, of King's College, London. London. Field & Tuer.
[668  
[1886.] 4to, pp. [2], v, [3], 15, [1]. Frontispiece and 15 plates. Printed on one side of the paper.   BM (11642. h. 32)

1887. In M. A. Woods, A second poetry book, London, Macmillan, 1887, sm. 8vo, pp. 321-6.
[669  
Elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. London. Castell Bros.
[670  
[1887.] 4to, pp. [32]. Frontispiece, engr. t.-p., and plates.   B, BM (11642. cc. 35)

Elegy. . . . New York. E. & J. B. Young & Co. 1887.
[671  
Sq. 12mo. Illus.

Elegy. . . . Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1888 [1887].
[672  
32mo. Golden Miniature Series. Illus. by B. Foster.

Three poems [The closing scene, by T. B. Read, the Elegy, and Goldsmith's Hermit]. Philadelphia. Lippincott. 1887.
[673  
8vo. Illus.

1888. An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. With illustrations by Alfred Woodruff. London. John Walker & Co.
[674  
[1888.] 16mo, pp. [31]. Vignette in half-title and plates. Miniature Golden Floral Series. 1/6.   B, BM (11630. aaa. 15)

1889. An elegy written in a country churchyard, etc. 1889. See no. 639.
[675  
1890. Thomas Gray, Élégie du cimetière de village par G. de La Quesnerie. Ouvrage conforme au Programme du 10 août 1886. Paris. La Maison Quantin, A. Picard & Kaan.
[676  
[1890.] 8vo, pp. 43. Portrait. 1 fr. Bibliothèque de l'enseignement secondaire spécial.   BM (11641. df. 23), BN

Elegy . . . New edition. London. Low. 1890.
[677  
Post 8vo. 1/-.

In Sabrinae corolla, 4th ed., London, 1890, pp. 196-203. See no. 850.
[678  
1891. Gray's Elegy and its author. Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard with an introduction and illustrations from original photographs by Dr. J. L. Williams. Troy, N. Y. Nims & Knight. 1891.
[679  
4to, pp. iii, [1], 41. Frontispiece and 20 plates.

Same. New edition. Boston. Joseph Knight. 1893.




94

Same. London. James Bowden. 1898.   BM (11646. i. 5)

1892. An elegy written in a country churchyard. 1892. See no. 656.
[680  
Elegy written in a country church-yard, by Thomas Gray; with etched illustration by William Goodrich Beal. Boston. S. E. Cassino. 1892.
[681  
Sm. 8vo, pp. [32]. Illus.   LC

Ecloga Graiana. | Latine reddidit | Robertus B. Kennard, M.A., | e Coll. di. Joh. Bapt. Oxon.; | Rector de Marnhull, Dorset. | [Quotation from Horace, A. P. 133-5.] | Oxonii: | apud Jacobum Parker et Socios. | MDCCCXCII.
[682  
8vo, pp. 17, [1].   B (2799. e. 74), BM (11602. ff. 19. (8)), COLU
English, pp. 4-16; Latin, pp. 5-17.

1893. Gray's Elegy, etc. 1893. See no. 679.
[683  
1894. Gray's Elegy and Goldsmith's Traveller and Deserted village. With explanatory notes, etc. by F. Gorse, M.A. London. Relfe Bros.
[684  
[1894.] 8vo, pp. 68, iv. Gray, pp. 5-19, 66-8.   BM (11650. b. 62)

1895. In The speaker's garland and literary bouquet, Phila., P. Garrett & Co., 1895 (cop. 1874), ii. 8. 82-6.
[685  
1896. Gray, Elegy written in a country church-yard. With notes explanatory of meanings and allusions. London. Macmillan. 1896.
[686  
8vo, pp. 23. Macmillan's Series for Pupil Teachers.   BM (11601. c. 33. (5))

1897. An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Reprinted in facsimile from the original manuscript in the possession of Pembroke College. 1347 [Arms of Pembroke College] 1897. July 7, 1897.
[687  
[Cambridge.] Fol., pp. 4 [2 and 3 being blank].   B, BM (11641. 1. 7)

1898. Elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. Illustrated by R. W. A. Rouse. London. Aldine House. 1898.
[688  
Sm. 4to, pp. 49. Frontispiece and 11 plates. The Illustrated English Poems edited by Ernest Rhys.   BM (11646. if.)

Same. New York. Dutton. 1899. $ 1.50.
Same. 1900.

In Lights to literature, Book V, Chicago, Rand, McNally & Co., 1898, 8vo, pp. 103-8.
COLU   [689  




95

In Facsimiles of seven important autograph letters . . . London, British Museum, [1898].
[690  
In Musa clauda, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1898, pp. 2-13. See no. 854.
[691  
Gray's Elegy, etc. 1898. See no. 679.
[692  
1899. Elegy, etc., 1899. See no. 688.
[693  
1900. Same. 1900. See no. 688.
[694  
In J. C. Bailey, English elegies, London, etc., John Lane, 1900, 8vo, pp. 141-45. The Bodley Head Anthologies.
[695  
Gray's Elegy, with a translation into Latin elegiac verse, by the late Sir Alexander J[ames] E[dmund] Cockburn. Boston. F. Dortman & Co. 1900.
[696  
Sq. 8vo, pp. 19.   NYP, BPL, LC, HU
See N. & Q., Dec. 11, 1880, 6th ser. ii. 466.

In George Riddle, A modern reader and speaker, Chicago, Herbert S. Stone & Co., 1900, 8vo, pp. 581-85.
[697  
Elegy . . . London. John Lane. 1900.
[698  
16mo. Illus. by J. T. Friedenson. 1/6 net. The Parnassus Series.

Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard. London. Essex House Press. 1900.
[699  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 13, [3]. Frontispiece (tomb of the poet at Stoke Pogis Church) colored by George Thomson. Initials on each stanza colored by hand. 125 copies printed on vellum.   BM (C. 42. c. 20)

Evans's edition of Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard. With complete paraphrase, copious notes, analysis and parsing of all difficulties, life of the poet, &c, by Ernest H. Moreton, A.C.P., and Arthur Howes, A.C.P. Redditch. Thos. Evans. 1900.
[700  
8vo, pp. 48.   BM (11633. df. 28)

1901. Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard, with notes, paraphrase, &c. By T. W. Berry, F.C.S., and T. P. Marshall. Newport, Salop. London. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co.
[701  
[1901.] 8vo, pp. 87. T. W. Berry's Pupil Teacher and Scholarship Student Series of English Classics. 1/-.   BM (O. 12201. ee. 5/17)

In An English verse-book for the use of schools, by the late Rev. T. U. Cross, 6th ed. revised and annotated by E. P. Rooper and H. M. Rankilor, London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1901, 8vo, pp. 108-12.
[702  
Elegy written in a country churchyard. New York and Boston. H. M. Caldwell Co.
[703  
[1901.] 24mo, pp. xii, 70. Remarque Edition. Frontispiece.




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Gray's "Elegy." By A. E. Ikin, B.Sc, L.C.P. London. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[704  
[1901.] 8vo, pp. 49. Normal Tutorial Series.   BM (12201. d. 31/13)

Same. Second edition.
Same. Third edition. [1903.]   BM (12201. d. 31/82)

Elegy . . . With introduction and notes. New York. Silver, Burdett & Co. [1901.] In Oliver Goldsmith, The traveller and The deserted village, [etc.,] New York, [1900], 12mo, pp. 133-54.
[705  
In Goldsmith, Gray, Burns, and other romantic poets of the eighteenth century, with biographical notes and hints for teaching, New York, University Publishing Co., 1901, 16mo. Standard Literature Series.
[706  
In Laureata, a book of poetry for the young, ed. by Richard Wilson, London, Edward Arnold, [1901], 8vo, pp. 34-38.
[707  
Helps to the study of Gray's "Elegy." With introduction, full text and notes. By M[oses] Gompertz. London. E. Ralph & Co. 1901.
[708  
8vo, pp. 42. Facsimile of Gray's MS. Royal Standard Series.   BM (O. 12200. gg. 9. (18))

1902. Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated by John Eyre, R.B.A. London. Ernest Nister. New York. E. P. Dutton & Co. Printed in Bavaria.
[709  
[1902.] 8vo, pp. 48. Frontispiece, plates, and orn. designs.   BM (11646. eee. 41)

An elegy in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated in colours. London. Hurst & Blackett, Ltd. 1902.
[710  
8vo, pp. [24]. Printed on one side of the paper.   BM (11642. g. 41)

1903. Elegy . . . Salem, Mass. Samuel Edward Cassino. 1903.
[711  
8vo. Unique Series. $ 3.

Gray's "Elegy." [1903.] See no. 704.
[712  
In Robert N. Whiteford, Anthology of English poetry, Beowulf to Kipling, Boston, Benj. H. Sanborn & Co., 1903, 8vo, pp. 129-34.
[713  
In L. H. Jones, The Jones fifth reader, Boston, Ginn, 1903, 8vo, pp. 452-6. With a picture of Stoke Pogis Churchyard.
CU   [714  




97

1904. In Poems that every child should know, ed. by Mary E. Burt, New York, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1904, 8vo, pp. 306-11.
NYP   [715  
Elegy. . . . New York. Thos. Y. Crowell & Co. 1904.
[716  
12mo. Illus. 50 cents, net. The Chiswick Series.

In Ernest Pertwee, The reciter's treasury of verse, serious and humorous, London, Routledge, 1904, 8vo, pp. 237-41.
[717  
An elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. London. Geo. Routledge & Sons, Ltd.
[718  
[1904.] 16mo, pp. 47. Frontispiece and plates. Printed on one side of the paper. The Broadway Booklets. Illus.   BM (12204. p. 8/22)

Same. New York. Dutton. 1905. 75 cents.

Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard. San Francisco. Paul Elder & Co.
[719  
[1904?] 16mo. Impression Classics 22.

1905. In Charles M. Gayley and Clement C. Young, The principles and progress of English poetry, New York, Macmillan, 1905, 8vo, pp. 126-32.
[720  
An elegy . . . 1905.
[721  
Imper. 8vo. Written on vellum, orn. initial letters, the first page with decorative floral borders, 3 water-color drawings. Executed by Mr. Sangorski.

An elegy, etc. 1905. See no. 718.
[722  
Stanzas 1-14 in Heart throbs in prose and verse, Boston, Chappie Publishing Co., 1905, 8vo, pp. 60-62.
[723  
Elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray. Edited with introduction and notes by E. Bolus. London. J. M. Dent & Co.
[724  
[1905.] Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 23. The Temple English Literature Series.   BM (12204. p. 4/21)

1906. Same. In Goldsmith's Traveller and Deserted village, Gray's Elegy, Coleridge's Ancient mariner, Wordsworth's simpler poems, with introductions and notes. London. J. M. Dent & Co.
[725  
[1906.] 12mo, pp. var. Frontispiece. Temple English Literature Classics.   B (2805. f. 260), BM (12204. p. 4/12)

Elegy . . . In Ernest Pertwee, Lyra britannica, Part ii, London, George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 1906, sm. 8vo, pp. 69-73.
[726  
In Taddeo Wiel, Versioni da Thomas Gray, John Keats, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning, Venetia, Instituto Veneto di Arti Grafichi, 1906.
[727  
8vo, pp. 118.




98

1907. Goldsmith's | The deserted village | Gray's Elegy in a country | churchyard | Edited | with introduction and notes | by | Louise Pound, Ph. D. | Professor of the English Language | University of Nebraska | [Emblem.] | Ginn and Company | Boston New York Chicago London |
[727a  
1907. 16mo, pp. xxviii, 64. Standard English Classics. Elegy, pp. 15-31, 47-51, 61-4.
Reprinted in 1909.

In A treasury of English verse selected by Adam L. Gowans, illustrated by Stephen Reid, London, Gowans & Gray, 1907, 8vo, pp. 271-6.
[727b  
1908. In G. E. and W. H. Hadow, The Oxford treasury of English literature, Oxford, the Clarendon Press, 1908, 8vo, iii. 202-6.
[727c  
Heath's English Classics | Goldsmith's | The traveller | and | The deserted village | and | Gray's Elegy in | a country churchyard | edited by | Rose M. Barton, M. A. | Teacher of English, Wadleigh High School | New York City | D. C. Heath & Co., Publishers | Boston New York Chicago |
[728  
1908. 16mo, pp. xxiv, 88. 2 portraits, including frontispiece. Elegy, pp. 63-88.   NYP

1909. Goldsmith's The deserted village, etc. 1909. See no. 727a.
[728a  
. . . Oliver Goldsmith's Traveller and Deserted village, also Thomas Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard, edited by Warren Fenno Gregory, A. M. Boston, Chicago. Sibley & Company.
[728b  
[1909.] 16mo, pp. v, 94. The Students' Series of English Classics. On the cover, Handy Edition.   LC

In Narrative and lyric poems for students edited by S. S. Seward, Jr., New York, Holt, 1909, sm. 8vo, pp. 203-7, 398-401.
[728c  
1911. In The book of knowledge, edited by Arthur Mee, London, Educational Book Co., 1911, 8vo, vii. 2003-4. Illus.
[728d  
The same, had, I believe, previously appeared in The children's encyclopaedia iv. 2003-4.

1912. Gray's Elegy. Thomas Gray . . . Boston. The Bibliophile Society. 1912.
[729  
8vo, pp. [30]. Frontispiece and illus. 69 copies printed. Title-page and text from copper plates engraved by Arthur N. Macdonald




99

for the Bibliophile Society. Illus. designed and etched by W. H. W. Bicknell.

In English poems with biographical notices, on the basis of a selection by Ludwig Herrig edited by Max Förster, Braunschweig, Westermann, 1912, 8vo, pp. 24-28.
[729a  
In Vida D. Scudder, Shorter English poems, Chicago, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1912, 8vo, pp. 11-36.
[730  
The Lake English Classics.

Elegy, etc. Philadelphia. George W. Jacobs & Co. 1912.
[731  
Cadogan Booklets. 10 cents.

Elegy, etc. New York. Barse & Hopkins. 1912.
[732  
16mo. Essex Series.

Elegy, etc. New York. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. 1912.
[733  
Elzevir Series, Sesame Booklets, and Miniature Series.

1913. Elegy, etc. New York. Barse & Hopkins. 1913.
[734  
12mo. Students' Classics.

1914. Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Illustrated by G. F. Nicholls. London. Black. 1914.
[734a  
4to, pp. 78.

Elegy, etc. Cedar Rapids, Ia. The Torch Press. 1914.
[735  
8vo. Illus. $ 1.

In Otto Uebel, Grays Einfluss auf die deutsche Lyrik im 18. Jahrhundert, Heidelberg, Winter, 1914, 8vo, pp. 7-11.
[735a  
Eight stanzas (12-19) in Oxford garlands, Patriotic poems, selected by R. M. Leonard, London, Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1914, 16mo, pp. 113-14.
[735b  
1915. A facsimile of ll. 1-44 from Egerton MS. 2400, fol. 45 in the British Museum (see nos. 1996-7) is given in The international manuscripts: facsimiles from originals in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum . . . with descriptions, editorial notes, references and translations by George F. Warner, London and New York, The International Library Co., [1915]. Also a copy of Gray's signature from the same MS., fol. 40.
[735c  
Elegy, etc. Memorabilia, no. 5. London. Lee Warner. 1915.
[735d  
Printed with Riccardi Press type, but without illus.




100

. . . The deserted village, by Oliver Goldsmith; Elegy written in a country churchyard, by Thomas Gray; edited with biographical sketches, portraits, and notes, by Helen Woodrow Bones. Chicago. Beckley-Cardy Company.
[735e  
[1915.] Sm. 8vo, pp. 32. Portraits. Progressive School Classics. 5 cents.

Translations

Armenian

1852. Anonymous. In Beauties | of English poets | [Two lines in Armenian.] | [Emblem.] | Venice | In the Island of S. Lazzaro | 1852 |
[736  
16mo, pp. xv, [1], 233. Besides Lord Byron's Armenian translations, the volume contains poems and letters by Byron and others including the Elegy and Ode on the death of a favourite cat, pp. 149-185, English and Armenian on opposite pages.   HU
This edition was not known to Mr. Coleridge; cf. his Bibliography of Byron in Byron's Works, Poetry vii. 149.
Begins, Hnchye bghintsn aztarar knatsyelo awour. Pp. [149]-177. English on opposite pages.

1886. Lord Byron's | Armenian exercises | and poetry. | Venice | In the Island of S. Lazzaro. | 1886 |
[736a  
8vo, pp. 171, [1]. The title-page is dated 1886; the wrapper, 1870.

Bohemian

Joseph Jungmann. See N. & Q., April 29, 1911, 11th ser. iii. 338.
[737  

Dutch

1880. J. van Krieken. Th. Gray, Het graf. Elegie. Uit het Engelsch door J. van Krieken. Rotterdam. 1880.
[738  
8vo. Noted by A. E. H. Swaen in N. & Q., Feb. 25, 1911, 11th ser. iii. 145.

French

1765. Madame Susanne Curchod de Nasse Necker, married 1764, d. 1794. Élégie écrite sur un cimetière de campagne, traduite de l'Anglois de M. Gray. In La Gazette littéraire, 1765.
[739  
Reprinted in l'Abbé François Arnaud et J. B. A. Suard, Variétés littéraires, ou Recueil de pièces tant originales que traduites, concernant la philosophie la littérature et les arts, Paris, Lacombe, 1769, 12mo, iv. 486-94.   BN (Z. 28,915)
Another edition, 1770; a third, 1804.
Also in Antoine M. H. Boulard, Traductions interlinéaires, Paris, 1802, pp. 234-41 (see no. 559).




101

Prose. Begins, J'entends le son de la cloche funèbre qui annonce la fin du jour.

1770. A translation by the Marquis de Villevielle was mentioned by Gray in his letter to Nicholls dated May 22, 1770. I have been unable to find it.
[740  
Louis Pierre Couret de Villeneuve. In Le Mercure de France, Nov., 1770. According to a writer in The Literary World, New York, 1849, v. 405, a trans. was made by Couret de Villeneuve. I have been unable to see it.
[741  
Mr. Ralph L. George kindly communicates to me the first line: Déja l'ashe du jour terminant sa carrière.

1788. Père Guédon de Berchère. English t.-p. An elegy written in a country church-yard, by Gray. With a French and a Latin translation in verse.
[742  
French t.-p. Élégie composée dans une cimetière de campagne, traduite en françois, vers pour vers, de l'Anglois de Gray, par Mr. P. G. D. B. Parisien. Maitre de Langue Françoise à Croydon, Surrey. On y a joint une traduction de la même pièce en vers latins, par un membre de l'Université de Cambridge. Croydon. Imprimé aux dépends du traducteur françois. 1788.
8vo, pp. [ii], 21. Latin by G. Wakefield, pp. 4-21. French, pp. 5-21. Also published in Paris (Querard iii. 457).   B
Begins, Le son du couvre-feu dit le départ du jour.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., October, 1788, lxxix. 367-368.

Merlin de Douai. Imitation de l'Élégie de Gray. In L'année littéraire, 1788, vi. 198.
[743  
F. N. Imitation de l'Élégie de Gray, sur un cimetière de campagne. 1788.
[744  
Reprinted in Le Magasin Encyelopédique, 1795, v. 538 ff.

1796. J. F. N. Dusaulchoy. Le cimetière de campagne: méditation imitée de Gray, poète anglais. In Les soirées littéraires, 1796, iii. 126 ff.
[745  
1797. Pierre Jean George Cabanis. In Mélanges de littérature allemande, etc., 1797. 8vo.
[746  
François de Chateaubriand. Les tombeaux champêtres. In Le Journal de Peltier, Londres, 11 déc. 1797.
[747  
Begins, Dans les airs frémissants j'entends le long murmure. Hexameters, rhyming sometimes in couplets, sometimes abab, sometimes abba, variably.
Also in Annales romantiques, 1828, in his OEuvres complètes, Paris, Pourrat Frères, 1836, xxiv. 43 ff., in his OEuvres, 1841, x. 333 ff., and in Torri, 1843, pp. 181-84.
See Hermann Körding, Chateaubriand als Versdichter, Berlin, Ehering, 1913, pp. 153-4.




102

D. B. (said to be M. Du Bois, curé d'Angers). In The poetical works of Thomas Gray, London, 1797. See nos. 80, 342.
[748  
Begins, La cloche du couvre-feu tinte le clas du jour qui expire. Prose, except the Epitaph, which is in verse, 13 ll.
Reprinted by Lemierre, 1798 (see no. 81). Lemierre d'Argy substituted prose for the verse of D. B. in the Epitaph.

Nicholas le Deist de Kérivalant [pseud. Le C[itoyen] Kivalant] of Nantes. Le cimetière de campagne. In Almanach des Muses, Paris, Louis, An V (1797), pp. 147-52.
[749  
Begins, De la cloche du soir j'entends les sons funèbres.
Also in Le Journal de Peltier, Londres, 11 déc. 1797.

Same. Reprinted in a revised form in Millin, Le Magazin Encyclopédique, Paris, 1804.
[749a  
Here begins, Le jour baisse; du soir j'entends les sons funèbres.
Also reprinted in Le Mercure de France, 12 janv. 1805, and by Torri, 1817, pp. 109-14, and 1843, pp. 163-6.

[Madame de Luynes, née Montmorency.] A ma bellemère.—Traduction en vers de l'élégie de Gray sur un cimetière de village. Paris. Dampierre. 1797.
[749b  
12mo, pp. 8.   BN (R6s. Yk. 4344)

1798. Auguste Jacques Lemierre d'Argy (1798) was not, as is sometimes stated, a translator of the Elegy, but merely revised and republished the translation by D. B., substituting a prose translation of the Epitaph for D. B.'s verse; see nos. 81, 343, 748.
[750  
Torri, 1843, pp. 157-61, reprints a translation "par M. Le Mierre, in quadernari a rime variamente alternate," which he says (p. 203) appeared at "Parigi, 1788 (nella sua versione di tutte le Opere di Gray)." It begins, L'éther se décolore, et ses feux ont pâli. But Torri is in error. In Lemierre's volume the translation begins, La cloche du couvre-feu tinte le clas du jour qui expire (cf. no. 748) and is in prose. I cannot now determine whose version Torri reprints; from the date I suspect it may have been either that of Merlin de Douai (see 743) or that of F. N. (see 744); I have not seen either one of these. If the date is wrong, it may have been any one of nos. 740, 745, 753, 760a, 763, or some one which I have not recorded at all.

1802. L'Abbé Antoine de Cournand, 1747-1814, Professor of French Literature at the Collège de France. Élégie faite dans un cimetière de campagne. In La Décade Philosophique, Littéraire et Politique, An X, no. 30, iv. 182-5. 1802.
[751  
Also published separately, n. p., n. d., 8vo, pp. 4.   BN (Ye. 41,027)
Begins, La cloche du soir sonne et plaint la mort du jour. 130 lines, in iambic hexameter rhymed couplets.

Citizen Haiiy, reviser. In Antoine M. H. Boulard, Traductions




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interlinéaires des six langues allemande, suédoise, danoise, anglaise, portugaise et hébraique, Paris, 1802, pp. 268-76.
[752  
Begins, Le couvre-feu tinte la cloche du partant jour. Prose.

Ad[rien, Comte de] S[arrasin]. In his Quatre printemps de Kleist, suivis du Premier navigateur, du Tableau du déluge (de Gessner), et d'une Élégie de Gray, sur un cimetière de campagne ; poëmes imités en vers français par Ad. S . . ., Paris, Ch. Pougens, 1802, 8vo.
[753  
Cited from Quérard.

1804. M. Gaston. In the Petite encyclopédie poétique, Paris, 1804, p. 161.
[754  
Begins, Le jour fuit, et j'entends l'airain mélancolique.

1805. [Marie Joseph Blaise de Chénier.] Le cimetière | de campagne, | élégie anglaise, | de Gray, | traduction nouvelle, | en vers français. | [Emblem.] | A Paris, | chez Dabin, Palais du Tribunat. | An XIII.—1805.
[755  
8vo, pp. v, [1], 15.   BM (839. d. 28. (3)), BN (Yk. 5294), BPL
Begins, Le jour fuit; de l'airain les lugubres accents. Hexameter couplets, the Epitaph rhyming abab.
Rev. by G[inguené] in La Décade Philosophique, An 13, IIIe trimestre, 10 Floréal [April 30, 1805], xlv. 225-32; includes some extracts. The magazine here bears the title, La Revue Philosophique, Littéraire et Politique.   BN (Z. 23,232), BPL
See also Vaughan, The Romantic revolt, London, 1907, p. 369.
Also in his Poésies diverses, etc., Paris, 1818, pp. 195 ff.
John Martin, in his edition of the Elegy, London, 1839, p. ix, erroneously ascribes this translation to Le Tourneur. The confusion is explained by the following title-page:

Les nuits d'Young, traduction de Le Tourneur, suivies de l'Élégie de Gray, sur un cimetière de campagne, traduite par le même, et en vers par M.-J. Chénier. Nouvelle édition, ornée de deux vignettes. Paris. H. Langlois Fils et Le Bailly. 1826.
18mo. 2 vols. Prose, ii. 288-94; verse, ii. 295-99.   BN (Yk. 5200-1)
The prose begins, J'entends le son de la cloche lugubre qui annonce la fin du jour. Cf. no. 739.

Same. Paris, chez H. Langlois Fils et Le Bailly, Éditeurs, Rue Dauphine 13. 1828.
18mo. 2 vols. Prose, ii. 298-304; verse, ii. 305-9.   BN (YK. 5204-5)

Same. Paris. Froment. 1829.
18mo. 2 vols. Prose, ii. 260-65; verse, ii. 266-70.   BN (Yk. 5206-7)

Same. Paris, chez Lebigre Frères, Rue de la Harpe 26. 1831.
18mo. 2 vols. Prose, ii. 213-17; verse, ii. 218-22.   BN (Yk. 5208-9)




104

Same. À Paris chez Philippe, Rue Dauphine 20. 1834.
18mo. 2 vols. Avec figures. Pris 4 fr. Prose, ii. 254-9; verse, ii. 960-64.   BN (Yk. 5210-11)

Same. Paris. Lebigre Frères. 1836.
18mo. 2 vols. Title-page as in Froment, 1829. Prose, ii. 186-90; verse, ii. 191-4.   BN (Yk. 5213)
In John Martin's edition of the Elegy, London, 1839, pp. (1-63) (see no. 594).
Also in Torri's second edition, Livorno, 1843, pp. 175-79 (see no. 598).
Also in his Poésies, précédés d'une notice et accompagnées de notes par M. Ch. Labitte. Paris. Charpentier. 1844.
12mo. Pris 3 fr. 50 c.

Le Tourneur translated the Elegy into prose; see above under Chenier, no. 755.
[756  
1806. L. D. Gray's Elegy in a country church yard; with a translation in French verse. Chatham. 1806.
[757  
See no. 566. The translation occupies pp. 3-19. Begins, Le rappel a marqué le jour en son déclin.
Reprinted in Hamilton, v. 45-6.

Albert Joseph Ulpien Hennet. In his Poétique anglaise, Paris, Valade, 1806, 8vo, ii. 368-79. See also i. 90, 246-7, 270, ii. 97, 414-21.
[758  
Begins, Le jour tombe, la cloche annonce qu'il expire. Quoted by Barbier, Bibliothèque d'un homme de goût i. 425, and from him by Mitford, Correspondence of Gray and Mason, 2d edition, pp. 482-3.

1807. Jacques Louis Grénus. In Fables diverses tant originales qu' imitées etc., et quelques autres poésies, par Jacques Louis Grénus, édition ornée de huit gravures, Paris, 1807, 18mo, ii. 323-30.
[759  
Begins, L'ombre croît, le jour baisse, il fuit, et du repos.
Reprinted by Torri, 1817, pp. 115-20 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 167-70 (see no. 598).

1808. P. J. Charrin, Lyon. Le cimetière de village, imitation en vers de l'élégie de Gray par P. J. Charrin; suivi de Poésies diverses. Paris. Delaunay. 1808.
[760  
8vo. Quérard iii. 457. 2 francs. Begins, De la cloche du soir j'entends les sons funèbres; . . .

Elegy, written in a country church-yar [sic]. In Le champ du repos, ou Le cimetière Mont-Louis, dit DuPère Delachaise, par MM. Roger Père & Fils, Paris, 1816, 8vo, ii. 401-7.
With Charrin's translation, pp. 408-14, and Torelli's Italian translation, pp. 415-21.   BM (10661. d. 18)
Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 171-74 (see no. 598).




105

1811. [Jean-Baptiste-] Hugues Nelson Cottreau. Le bal du bois de Brévannes, poëme, suivi de l'Épître à mon berceau, et d'une traduction du Cimetière de village, de Thomas Gray, par Hugues Nelson Cottreau. Paris. Cretté. 1811.
[760a  
24to, pp. 87.   BN (Ye. 19,166)

1812. François Joseph Marie Fayolle. Élégie | de Thomas Gray, | sur un cimetière de campagne; | traduite en vers français, | par F. Fayolle. | Paris, | De l'imprimerie de J. B. Sajou, | Rue de la Harpe, no 11. | 1812.
[761  
8vo, pp. 14. Extrait du Magasin Encyclopédique, août, 1812.   BN (Ye. 21,994), BKB
Begins, Le jour fuit: de l'airain j'entends les sons funèbres. 32 stanzas. Followed by Remarques sur l'élégie de Gray.

Élégie | de Thomas Gray, | sur | un cimetière de campagne, | traduite en vers français | par F. Fayolle, | et suivie d'une traduction en vers italiens | par G. Torelli.
[761a  
Paris. P. Didot l'Aîné. 1812. 8vo, pp. 32. 100 copies were printed for private distribution.   BN

1813. M. P. Guillory. Élégie sur un cimetière de campagne. Imitation de Gray. In Le Moniteur Universel, Dec. 31, 1813, p. 1462.
CU   [762  
Begins, Déja l'airain funèbre annonce le repos.

J. B. Augustin Soulié [pseud. Chevalier de C.] in Almanach des Muses 1813, p. 241.
[763  
Also in Les Annales de la Littérature et des Arts, 1821, vi. 83, and in Choix de poésies de divers auteurs anglais, 1827.

F. D.-V. Le cimetière | de campagne, | imitation libre en vers | français | de l'Élégie anglaise | de Gray. | Par Mr F. D.-V. | [Quotation from St. Pierre, Études de la nature.] | A Paris, | De l'imprimerie d' A. Egron, | Rue de Noyers, No 49. | 1813.
[764  
8vo, pp. 8.   BN (Yk. 5295)
Begins, La cloche du soir sonne. . . . Aussi tôt la bergère.
30 copies were printed for private circulation.

1822. M. de Sapinaud. In his Le cimetière et le Printemps, Paris, 1822. See no. 344.
[765  
Begins, Du jour à son déclin sonne la dernière heure.

1828. Hippolyte Marvint. In his Les bucoliques et l'églogue élégiaque de Gray, Paris, Duverger, 1828, 18mo, pp. 195-213. See no. 345.
[766  
Begins, Le curfew fait entendre un accent lamentable.




106

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. In his Poésies de Gray, Paris, 1837. See no. 347.
[767  
Begins, L'airain du jour mourant sonne la dernière heure.

1840. Marvint was reprinted in a revised form in Souvenirs de collège d'Hippolyte Marvint, Paris, Schneider et Langrand, 1840, 12mo, pp. 202-17.
[767a  
Here begins, Le couvre-feu murmure et la journée expire.   BM (11474. b. 39), BN (Ye. 27,425)

1875. J. Roberts. London, 1875. See no. 640.
[768  
Begins, Le jour mourant s'en va, le couvre-feu gémit.
Rev. by G. Monod in The Academy, June 24, 1876, ix. 600-1.

1887. A. Elwall. In his edition of the Elegy and The bard, Paris, 1887, pp. 8-12.
[769  
Begins, La cloche du couvre-feu tinte le glas du jour qui s'enfuit. Prose. Follows Lemierre d'Argy rather closely (see nos. 81, 343).

1897. Thomas Gray. Le cimetière de village, Élégie. Traduction de M. D. B. Paris. Boyveau & Chevillet. 1897.
[770  
Sm. 8vo, pp. 9. A reprint, with slight changes, of the text of 1797 (see nos. 80, 748).   BM (11603. bbb. 38. (2))

1912. Robert Louis Sanderson. Gray's | "Elegy written in a country | churchyard." | Put into French verse by | R. L. S. | Yale University, New Haven, Conn. | May, 1912 |
[771  
8vo, pp. [14].
Begins, L'airain tinte le glas du jour qui se termine.

German

Before 1771. Anonymous. In a review of the anonymously edited Beiträge zur deutschen Lektüre für Leser und Leserinnen, Leipzig, bei Büscheln, [1773], in the Frankfurter Gelehrten Anzeigen (reprinted in the Jubiläums-Ausgabe of the Sämtliche Werke xxxvi. 40-41), Goethe writes as follows: "Den Herrn Verleger und übrige Freunde des Herrn Verfassers ersuchen wir, bloss die Übersetzung der Kirchhofselegie mit denen beiden prosaischen Übersetzungen, die man schon davon hatte, zu vergleichen. Und wozu eine neue prosaische, da wir die vortreffliche poetische von Gotter haben?" Uebel also refers to Adolf Laun, Die Dorfkirchhofselegie und ihr Dichter, Oldenburg, 1886, p. 8. From these references it appears that two prose translations had been made before Gotter's poetical translation appeared, and that a third was included in the work reviewed by Goethe. Neither Uebel nor I, however, have been able to locate these two translations preceding Gotter's.
[771a, b  




107

1771. Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter. Elegie auf einem Dorfkirchhofe. In Musenalmanach auf das Jahr 1771, Göttingen, 1771, sm. 8vo, pp. 125-35.
[772  
Begins, Die Abendglocke ruft den müden Tag zu Grabe. Hexameter rhymed couplets.

Das Grab aus dem Englischen des Robert Blair nebst Grays Elegie auf einem Dorfkirchhof. Regensburg in der Montag und Weissischen Buchhandlung. 1793.   Munich HB
Sm. 8vo, pp. 108. Translation of Gray, pp. 89-108.
Also in Gotter's Gedichte, Gotha, bei Carl Wilhelm Ettinger, 1787, i. 88 ff., 132-45; in his Werken, Wien u. Prag, 1803, i. 102 ff.; in his Gedichte, Wien, 1816, 16mo, pp. 104-12; in Deutsches Lesebuch, Bremen, 1837, 8vo; in John Martin's edition of the Elegy, London, 1839, pp. (1-63) (see no. 594); in Torri, 1843, pp. 189-92 (see no. 598); and in Carl Redlich's reprint of the Musenalmanach for 1771, Stuttgart, Göschen, 1895 (Deutsche Litteraturdenkmale des 18. u. 19. Jhs. 52/3), pp. 60-4.

1773. Anonymous. Prose. In Beiträge zur deutschen Lektüre für Leser und Leserinnen, Leipzig, [1773]. See no. 771a, b.
[772a  
1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. In his Herrn Gray's Gedichte, Leipzig, 1776. See no. 348.
[773  
Begins, Die Abendglocke verkündigt das Ende des abscheidenden Tages. Prose.
Also in Torri, 1817, pp. 121-25 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 185-8 (see no. 598).

1794. Georg Friedrich Niemeyer. In A collection out of some of the most approved English poets, viz. Pope, Milton, Dryden, Waller, Prior, Congreve, Gay, Young, Thomson, Gray, Akenside, Addison, Shakespere, Hannover, Ritscher, 1794, 8vo.
[774  
Rev. in Die neue allgemeine deutsche Bibliothek xix. 1. 188 ff.

1795. Die Fürstin zu Neuwied. Gray's Elegie auf einem Dorfkirchhofe geschrieben. In Die deutsche Monatsschrift, Aug., 1795, ii. 304-8.
DKB   [775  
Begins, Den Tag begräbt der Schall der Abendglocke.

1796. Johann Gottfried Seume. Elegie, geschrieben auf einem Dorfkirchhofe. In his Obolen, Leipzig, 1796, Bdch. i.
[776  
Begins, Die Abendglocke tönt den Tag zur Ruh.
Also in his Gesammt. Schriften, Wiesbaden, 1825, iv. 244 ff., and in his Sämmtliche Werke, Leipzig, 1826, i. 6-12, Gedichte, 4. Ausg., preface dated 1814, and v. 16-22, Obolen, preface dated 1796. Cf. Platens Tagebücher, 1896, i. 726.




108

1797. Konrad Friedrich von Schmidt-Phiseldeck. In his Briefe ästhetisches Inhalts, Erste Sammlung, Altona, J. F. Hammerich, 1797, 8vo, pp. 429 ff.
[777  
1798. Ludwig Gotthard [also Theoboul] Kosengarten. In his Gedichte, 1798.
[778  
Begins, Zu Grabe sinkt der abgeschiedne Tag. Metre of the original.
Also in his Rhapsodieen, 1801, iii. 79-84; in his Poesieen, Neueste Ausg., Berlin, 1803, i. 131-7; in his Poesie originate e tradotte, Vienna, 1816, i. 123 ff.; in Torri, 1817, pp. 127-32 (see no. 581); in his Dichtungen, 5. Ausg., Greifswald, 1824, ix. 216-24 (DKB); in Torri, 2d edition, 1843, pp. 197-200 (see no. 598).
Rev. by J. G. Herder in Erfurter Nachrichten, Sept. 22, 1800; reprinted in his Werke xx. 352.

1805. Baptista von Tscharner in Chur. Neuer Versuch einer Uebersetzung der Elegie in einem Dorfkirchhofe geschrieben, von Gray. In Isis: eine Monatschrift von deutschen und schweizerischen Gelehrten, Zurich, May, 1805, pp. 469-74.
[779  
Begins, Die Abendglocke hallt dem Tag zur Ruh'. The following note precedes: "Der Zweck dieser neuen Uebersetzung war: In dem gleichen Sylbenmaasse des Originals, mit möglichster Rundung und Eleganz des Vortrags zwar die möglichste Treue zu vereinen, doch aber, wo es die Noth geboth, lieber die erstere als die letztere, ungleich wesentlichere Forderung aufzuopfern. Der Kenner wird erstaunen, mit welchem Glücke unser Uebersetzer sowohl seinem Urbilde, als den mancherlei deutschen Nachbildungen, auch der berühmtesten derselben, nachgerungen habe. Der Redakteur."

1812. Johann Baptist Rupprecht. In his Dichtungen der Britten in metrischen Übersetzungen, Poetical translations from the English, Part i, Vienna, 1812, pp. 62-8.
[780  
Begins, Die Abendglocke ruft den Tag zur Ruh'. Metre of the original.
Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 193-6 (see no. 598).

1823. Anonymous. Elegie, auf einem Landkirchhofe geschrieben nach Gray. In The Kaleidoscope, Liverpool, May 20, 1823, n. s. iii. 372-3; cf. p. 31.
[781  
Begins, Des Dorfes Glocke schallt den Moor entlang.

1835. Anonymous. Dorfkirchhofelegie. Full many a gem, etc. 2 stanzas with trans. In Phönix, no. 204, Literatur-Blatt no. 34, Aug. 29, 1835, p. 815, col. a.
ZSB   [781a  
1856. Adolf Laun. In his Die Dorfkirchhofselegie und ihr Dichter, Oldenberg, B. Stalling, 1856, Programm, pp. [l]-7.
[782  
Begins, Die Abendglocke ruft den Tag zu Grabe. 32 stanzas.




109

1865. Julius Altmann. In Archiv xxxvii. 157-60.
[782a  
Begins, Die Glocke tönt des Tages Grabgesang. 32 stanzas.

1867. Prof. Dr. [Wilhelm] Corte. Elegie, geschrieben auf einem Landkirchhofe. In Archiv xli. 217-20.
[782b  
Begins, Die Abendglocke tönt: der Tag erblich! 32 stanzas.

1874. Niclas Müller. 1874. See no. 638.
[783  
Begins, Die Abendglocke lullt den Tag in Ruh.

1883. Otto Emans. Grays auf einem Dorfkirchhof geschriebene Elegie übersetzt. In Archiv lxix. 120-2.
[783a  
Begins, Die Abendglocke klagt den Tag zu Ruh.

Greek

1785. William Cooke. Aristotelis de poetica liber, textu Gulstoniano; cum praelectione, versione, et notis editoris, Gulielmi Cooke, A. M. Accedit Elegia Grayiana graece. Cantabrigiae. Typis Academicis excudebat J. Archdeacon. 1785.
[784  
8vo, pp. [6], xl, [2], 176. The Elegy is found on pp. 169-76.   BM (519. d. 29)
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Also in Mathias's edition, 1814, i. 505-11 (see no. 18); and in J. Martin's edition, 1839, pp. (1-63) (see no. 594). Rev. in The Monthly Rev., July, 1787, lxxvii. 9; by T. De Quincey in Blackwood's Magazine, Jan., 1845, lvii. 128, reprinted by De Quincey in his Collected Works, xii., 1859, with some changes; in Masson's edition, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1890, v. 202-3.

1793. J. Norbury. Elegeia Thomae Gray, graecè reddita. Etonae. Excudit T. Pote; Veneunt etiam Londini apud T. Payne, Mews Gate; J. Fletcher, Oxon. et J. et J. Merrill, Cantab. 1793.
[785  
4to, pp. [iv], 9.   B, BM (79. c. 15)

Elegia | Thomae Gray, | graecè reddita. | Editio altera emendata. | [Emblem.] | Etonae: Excudit T. Pote; | Veneunt etiam Londini apud T. Payne, Mews Gate; | J. Fletcher, Oxon. et J. et J. Merrill, Cantab. | MDCCXCIII.
8vo, pp. [iv], 9. Dedication to John Brown of Clifton by J. Norbury.   BM (641. 1. 21. (1))
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Rev. in The British Critic, June, 1793, i. l. 79-81; in The Monthly Rev., Sept., 1793, n. s. xii. 101-2.

1794. Charles Coote. 1794. See no. 547.
[786  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Rev. in The British Critic, Feb., Mar., 1795, v. 132-42, 234-44; in The Monthly Rev., April, 1796, n. s. xix. 396-8.




110

Bowyer Edward Sparke. 1794. See no. 548.
[787  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Rev. in The British Critic, Feb., Mar., 1795, v. 132-42, 234-44; in The Monthly Rev., April, 1796, n. s. xix. 396-8.

Stephen Weston. 1794. See no. 549.
[788  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Rev. in The British Critic, Feb., Mar., 1795, v. 132-42, 234-44; in The Monthly Rev., April, 1796, n. s. xix. 396-8.

1795. John Plumptre. Ecloga sacra Alexandri Pope, vulgo Messia dicta, graece reddita. Accedit etiam graece Inscriptio sepulchralis ex celeberrima elegia Thomae Gray. Curante Johanne Plumptre, A. M. Canonico wigorniense, et Collegii regalis, Cantabrigiae, olim socio. 1795.
B, BM (78. h. 11)   [789  
Ecloga sacra | Alexandri Pope, | vulgo | Messia | dicta, | graece reddita. | Accedit etiam graece | Inscriptio sepulchralis | ex | celeberrima elegia | Thomae Gray. | Editio altera, emendata. | Curante | Johanne Plumptre, A. M. | Canonico vigorniensi, | et Collegii regalis, Cantabrigiae, olim socio. | 1796.
The Epitaph only. English, p. 2; Greek, p. 3.   BM (641. 1. 21. (6))
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1796, lxvi. 317; in The British Critic, Oct., 1795, vi. 353-60 (reprints the translation, p. 360); in The Monthly Rev., April, 1796, n. s. xix. 396-98.

Edward Tew. 1795. See no. 551.
[790  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]
Rev. in The British Critic, June, 1795, v. 625-35; in The Monthly Rev., April, 1796, n. s. xix. 396-98.

1817. Abbot Giosafatte Cipriani. In Torri, 1817, pp. 167-72 (see no. 581). Not reprinted in the second edition, 1843 (see no. 598).
[791  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]

1860. Richard Ward. 1860. See no. 227.
[792  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]

1871. George Denman. Gray's Elegy, translated into Greek elegiacs. 1871. See no. 632.
[793  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]

Hebrew

1817. Abbot Giuseppe Venturi. In Torri, 1817, pp. 153-65 (see no. 581), in Hebrew characters, and 1843, pp. 145-55 (see no. 598), in Italian characters.
[794  
Begins, Rafe ajòm lanharòv: en Kol Sofàr. In quadernari, rhyming alternately. Cf. The Literary World, New York, Nov. 10, 1849, v. 405.




111

Hungarian

1827. Rossi János. Elegia | egy falusi temetöre | Gray tamás Után. | Vitéz de Rossi János ferencz urnak, | tisztelt barátjának ajánlja | deáky zsigmond. | Romában [Rome]. | De Romanis Fülöp és Miklósnál. | 1827.
[795  
8vo, pp. 7.
Begins, Hirdeti a' lemenö napot a' szomor esti harangszó.

Italian

1772. Melchiorre Cesarotti. Elegia inglese del signor Tommaso Gray sopra un cimitero da campagna transportata in verso italiano dall' A. M. C. Padova. Giuseppe Comino. 1772.
[796  
8vo, pp. 27. English and Italian. Italian, pp. 7-27.   B, BM (79. c. 13), BNF
Begins, Parte languido il giorno: odine il segno.
See also no. 544. Also published with Torelli's Italian and Costa's Latin translation by Bodoni, Parma, 1793 (see no. 546); in Scelta di poesie di sentimento, 1808-9, i. 65-77 (COLU); by Molini e Landi, Florence, 1810; in Bertolotti's Poemi inglesi di T. Gray recati in verso italiano da varj autori, Milano, Silvestri, 1813 (see no. 355); by Torri, 1817, pp. 68-76 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 67-74 (see no. 598); in Carmi funebri di Ugo Foscolo e di Tommaso Gray con alcuni cenni critici di Giuseppe Pecchio (Volterra), 1835, 12mo, pp. 21-28; in Poemi di Tommaso Gray tradotti da varii, Venezia, Antonelli, 1847 (see no. 356). Cf. Teza, p. 363; Vaughan, The Romantic revolt, p. 439.
Also published by Palese, Venice, 1791.

1772. Abbate Giuseppe Gennari. 1772. See no. 822.
[797  
Begins, Nunzio del di che parte intorno suona.

Elegia inglese | del signor | Tommaso Gray, | sopra un cimitero | di campagna | transporta [sic] | in versi latini, | e volgari. | [Vignette.] In Eblana CICICCCLXXVI. Presso G. Sleator [Sleater].
With Costa's Latin translation (see no. 62).
Also in Torri, 1817, pp. 77-83 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 75-80 (see no. 598).

1775. Abbate Crocchi. Elegia scritta in cimiterio di campagna. In Sleator's [Sleater's] ed., Dublin, 1775, pp. 153-66.
[798  
Begins, Il bronzo vespertin con flebil rombo. Metre of the original. P. 166, another translation of the Epitaph in a different metre.

1776. Giuseppe Torelli. Elegia | di | Tommaso Gray | poeta inglese | per esso scritta | in un cimitero campestre | tradotta | in versi italiani | [Emblem, head of a woman, body of a slender lion, tail, three teats, wings, by the feet a skull.] | Ex




112

Gem. ant. Thes. Med. | Ant. Barat. sculp. | In Verona. MDCCLXXVI.
[799  
8vo, pp. 21. Printed at Verona, 1776, by Gli Eredi di Agostino Carattoni. Italian, pp. 9-21.   BM (T. 2262. (1)), BN, BNF, COLU
Begins, Segna la squilla il di, che già vien manco.
The British Museum has a copy of what is apparently a London reprint (1776?) of the Verona edition (1162. 1. 47). 8vo, pp. 19. English and Italian. Italian, pp. 7-19. Print begins on p. [6].
Also in Consiglio ad un giovane poeta del Sig. [Martin] Sherlock, n. p., n. d. [1779?], 8vo, pp. 123-35. The whole has pp. [vi], 136. English, pp. 124-34. Italian, pp. 123-35.   BN
See N. & Q., July 30, 1904, 10th ser. ii. 92.
Fourth edition, London, 1780, pp. 111-21. Cf. N. & Q., 11th ser. iii. 145.

Elegia | di | Tommaso Gray | poeta inglese | per esso scritta | in un cimitero campestre | tradotta | in versi italiani | e ristampata da | Agostino Isola | mastero [sic] di lingua italiana nell' Universita di Cambridge. | [Emblem.] | Sold by the Editor, and J. Deighton, Bookseller, in Cambridge. | MDCCLXXXII.
8vo, pp. 19. English, pp. 6-18; Italian, pp. 7-19.   B (Godw. Pamph. 2138 (6)), NYP, COLU, YU
Carattoni's edition was reprinted at Verona in 1786. 8vo, pp. 21.   BNF
Torelli's translation was also reprinted by Bodoni, 1793 (see no. 546); in Dalmistro's Versioni dall' inglese (see no. 354) by Palese, Venice, 1794 (see no. 354); by Gardiner, London, 1798; by A. A. Renouard, Paris, 1801, 12mo; with Fayolle's French translation, Paris, 1812, q. v. (761a); in Bertolotti's volume by Silvestri, Milan, 1813 (see no. 355); by Lebeque, Paris, 1816; by Roger, Paris, 1816 (see no. 580); in Torri, 1817, pp. 29-45 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 33-49 (see no. 598); in Davide Bertolotti, Amore e i sepolcri, Milano, Societa Tipogr. de' Classici Italiani, 1823, ii. 10 ff.; in Giuseppe Torelli, Opere varie in verso e in prosa, Pisa, Capurro & Co., 1833-4, i. 43-51 (the Univ. of Pennsylvania has a copy, 858 T 6 35 vol. 1); in J. Martin's edition, 1839, pp. (1-63) (see no. 594); in Poemi di T. Gray tradotti da varii, Venezia, Antonelli, 1847 (see no. 356).
See Robert Richie, Letter to John Strange, in Torri, 1817, pp. 47-8 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 51-2 (see no. 598); also Varianti della prima versione del Torelli colle osservazioni critiche del Richie, e colle risposte del traduttore in Torri, 1817, pp. 49-67, and 1843, pp. 53-66; also Teza, p. 363 (see no. 816).

1782. J. Giannini. Elegy written in a country church-yard By Gray: and translated into Italian verse by J. Giannini, L. L. D. [sic]. Second edition. London. Printed for, and sold by, the Translator. 1782.
[800  
4to, pp. [iii], 19. Frontispiece. Italian, pp. 2-18.   B, BM (78. g. 11), ALE
Begins, Piange la squilla 'l giorno, che si muore.




113

A new edition apparently came out in 1786. 4to. Frontispiece by Bartolozzi.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., March, 1786, lxxiv. 233.

1784. Marco Lastri. Florence. Moüke. 1784. See no. 352.
[801  
Begins, Piange la squilla il giorno moribondo.
Also in Torri, 1817, pp. 85-9 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 81-4 (see no. 598).

1801. Antonio Buttura. First published, according to Torri, in La Domenica.
[802  
Elegia di Gray. In L'arte poetica di Boileau Despréaux recata in versi italiani da Antonio Buttura, Veronese, Parigi, P. Didot, 1806, 8vo, pp. 130-36.   BM (1065. h. 28)
Also, according to Torri, in La Décade Philosophique, 30 Messidore, An IX (1801). Also republished by Fain in 1811, and by Torri, 1817, pp. 91-5 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 85-8 (see no. 598).
Begins, Già la squilla ferale il giorno piagne.

1810. Paolo-Giuseppe Baraldi. Modena. Societa Tipografica. 1810.
[803  
Begins, Io sento il suono della campana dolente, che annunzia la fine del giorno. Ninety-seven lines in prose; the rest in versi sciolti.
Also republished at Modena, Vincenzi e Co, 1825; and in Torri, 1817, pp. 97-102 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 89-92 (see no. 598).

1815. Elisabetta Sesler Bonò. In La morale inglese, Venice, Alvisopoli, 1815, pp. 65 ff.
[804  
Begins, Suona il sacro bronzo. È questo il segno del dì spirante. Prose.
Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 97-100 (see no. 598).

Michele Leoni. Turin. Pomba. 1815.
[805  
Begins, Segna la squilla il giorno che si more. Versi sciolti.
Also published by Mainardi, Verona, 1817. Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 101-5 (see no. 598).

1817. Michel Angelo Castellazzi. In Torri, 1817, pp. 103-7 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 93-6 (see no. 598).
[806  
Begins, Segna la squilla il venir men del giorno.

Domenico Trant. In Torri, 1817, pp. 28-45 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 32-49 (see no. 598).
[807  
Begins, Il rintocco della campana segna il partente giorno. Prose.

1821. Domenico Gregori. In Scelta di poesie di più celebri autori inglesi, recati in versi italiani, Roma, 1821, sm. 8vo, i.
[808  
1825. Lorenzo Mancini. Elegia scritta in un cimitero campestre d'Inghilterra da Tommaso Gray trasportata in italiano nel




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metre dell' originale. In Il saggio sopra l'uomo d' Alessandro Pope, La lettura d'Eloisa ad Abelardo del medesimo autore, l'Elegia sopra un cimitero campestre di Tommaso Gray. Traduzioni di Lorenzo Mancini Fiorentino. Firenze. Tip. di Luigi Ciardetti. 1825.
[809  
8vo, pp. 137-47. The whole has pp. xxv, 147.   Bibl. Ricc. Flor.
Begins, Cadde il sole: fumar le sparse ville. 36 stanzas.
Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 107-12 (see no. 598).

1835. Francesco Cavazzocca. Verona. Bisesti. 1835.
[810  
Begins, Lo squillo annunzia il venir men del giorno.
Also reprinted in Torri, 1843, pp. 113-17 (see no. 598).

1863. Ernesto Monaci. Il cimitero di campagna. Elegia di Gray versione dall' inglese. [By Ernesto Monaci; dedicated to Richard O'Conner.] [N. p.] Tipografia Chiassi.
[811  
Dated April 15, 1863. 8vo, pp. 7.
Begins, Già della squilla il flebile rintocco.

1868. Gregorio Camisani. Il cimitero campestre, tradotto da Greg. Camisani. Milano. Guiglielmini. 1868.
[812  
8vo, pp. 8. Sold at L. .50.

1869. Giacomo Zanella. Elegia de Tommaso Gray scritta in un cimitero campestre. (Saggio di traduzione.) In Nuova Antologia, Firenze, Giugno, 1869, xi. 414-17.
COLU   [813  
Also reprinted separately, 8vo, pp. 4.   BNF
Begins, Piange la squilla il di che si fa scuro.
Also in his Varie versione poetiche, Firenze, Successori Le Monnier, 1887, 32mo, pp. 145-50. The whole has pp. ix, [1], 340. Cf. Wiel, pp. 30 f.

1874. Angelica Palli. 1874. This is mentioned by Teza in Nuova Antologia, 3d ser. xxiii. 363. I have not seen it.
[814  
1883. Giuseppe Scoppetta. 1883. See no. 657.
[815  
1889. E. Teza. In Nuova Antologia, Sept. 16, 1889, 3d ser. xxiii. (whole no. cvii.) 363-68.
[816  
Begins, Mesta compiange il dichinar del giorno. Blank verse; Epitaph in running lines.

1901. Giovanni Loria. Sopra un cimitero campestre; elegia, nuova versione italiana in versi di Giovanni Loria. Udine. Del Bialaco. 1901. 8vo, pp. 16.
BNF   [817  
1906. Taddeo Wiel. 1906. See no. 727.
[818  
1910. Nicola Righi. L'elegia scritta in un cimitero campestre, voltata in prosa da Nic. Righi. Firenze. Campolmi e Sevieri. 1910.
[818a  
8vo, pp. 13.




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Japanese

1882. Anonymous. In Shintaishi-Sho (Poems in new style), Tokio (?), 1882.
[819  

Latin

1762. Christopher Anstey and William Hayward Roberts. Elegia scripta in coemeterio rustico latinè reddita. Cantabrigiae. Typis Academicis excudebat J. Bentham. 1762.
[820  
4to, pp. [ii], 15. English, pp. 2-14; Italian, pp. 3-15.   CAU, B (1696 (11)), HU, YU
Begins, Audin' ut occiduae signum Campana Diei. Hexameter. The edition of 1778 has many alterations. Later editions begin, Ingeminat signum occiduae campana diei. There is a copy in Stowe MS. 865, fol. 86-94, in the British Museum.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., May, 1762, xxvi. 386-7. The Epitaph is quoted.
Also reprinted in Poems by Mr. Gray, Dublin, 1768, pp. 126-50 (see no. 54), same, Dublin, 1775 (see no. 62); Editio nova prioribus emendatior, Londini, J. Dodsley, 1778, 4to, pp. [iv], 15 (in this the introductory lines are signed C. A. et W. H. R.); by Palese, Venice, 1794; in C. Anstey, Works, London, 1808, pp. 374-82 (BM, 78. h. 14); in Censura literaria, London, 1809, x. 319-24, from the first edition; in Mathias's edition of Gray, 1814, i. 397 [497]-404 [504] (see no. 18); in Torri, 1817, pp. 139-45 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 123-28 (see no. 598).
Concerning this translation see Henry Francis Cary, Lives of English poets from Johnson to Kirke White, London, Henry G. Bohn, 1846, 8vo, p. 189; reprinted from The London Mag., Jan., 1822, v. 27.

Robert Lloyd. In his Poems, London, 1762, pp. 239-57.
[821  
Begins, Audistin! quam lenta sonans campana per agros.
Also (Carmen elegiacum, in coemeterio rustico compositum) in Poems by Mr. Gray, Dublin, 1768, pp. 115-25 (see no. 54); in Lloyd's Works, London, T. Evans, 1774, ii. 189-205; in the Dublin edition of 1775, pp. 115-25 (see no. 62); in Anderson's British Poets, 1794, x. 687-8; in Chalmers, Works of the British Poets, London, 1810, xv. 139-41.

1772. Abbate Giovanni Costa. Elegia inglese del signor Tommaso Gray sopra un cimitero di campagna transportata in versi latini, e volgari. In Padova. Giuseppe Comino. 1772.
[822  
8vo, pp. 29. Latin, pp. 9-29; Italian (Gennari), pp. 8-29.   BM (79. d. 10), COLU
Begins, AEs triste ingeminat cedentis signa diei.
Also reprinted, Patavii, 1775 (see no. 357), with another version.
The second version (pp. 123-7) begins, Languidi fugam diei nuntiat missus cavo.




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The first version was also reprinted in Sleator's [Sleater's] edition, Dublin, 1775 (see no. 62); by Palese, Venice, 1791 (see no. 544); by Bodoni, Parma, 1793 (see no. 545); by Torri, 1817, pp. 133-37 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 119-22 (see no. 598).

Antonio Evangelj. Thomae Gray elegia in rusticum sepulchretum, ex anglico in latinum conversa. Padova. 1772.
[823  
1775. Robert Langrishe, Eton College. In Gray's Works, ed. Mason, Dublin, 1775, ii. 205-13.
[824  
Begins, Vespertina notat finem campana diei. See nos. 15, 15a.

1776. [Gilbert Wakefield.] An elegy written in a country church-yard. Elegia in coemeterio rustico scripta, numeris elegiacis latinè reddita. Auctore * * * Coll: Cant: Alumno. London. Printed for J. Nicholson in Cambridge. 1776.
[825  
8vo, pp. 25. Latin, pp. 3-25. Anonymous. See N. & Q., 11th ser. iii. 145, iv. 91.   BM (11633. d. 2), YU
Begins, Vesper adest, lugubre sonat campanula; tardis.
Also in his Poemata latine partim scripta, partim reddita . . . a Gilberto Wakefield A. B. et Coll. Jesu apud Cantab, socio, Cambridge, J. Archdeacon, 1776, 4to, pp. 60-75, TC (H. 1. 48 (18)). This is reviewed in The Monthly Rev., April, 1777, lvi. 314. Cf. C. W. Brodribb in N. & Q., Aug. 12, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 135. Portions of the translation are inserted in his notes on the Elegy, 1786, pp. 168-88 (see no. 71). Also in De Berchère's edition, 1788, pp. 4-21 (see no. 742). Criticized by T. E. Kebbel in Macmillan's Mag., Jan., March, 1875, xxxi. 253-8, 472; by H. A. J. Munro in same, Feb., April, pp. 340-6, 533-4.

1786. J. Wright. Elegia scripta in sepulchreto rustico latine reddita cui subjiciuntur alia poemata a J. Wright. Londini. Veneunt apud T. Lewis, in vico dicto, Russell St., et B. White, Fleet St. 1786.
[826  
4to, pp. 55. Latin, pp. 1-19. Sold at 2/-.   B (Godw. Pamph. 1727 (8))
Begins, Triste dat occidui signum campana diei.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., March, 1786, lxxiv. 231-33.

1789. William Woty. In his Poetical amusements, Nottingham, 1789, 8vo, pp. 101-13.
BM (11645. g. 42)   [826a  
Begins, Decessum graviter pulsat Campana diei.

1793. G. [Greek name (omitted)]. In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan.-April, 1793, lxiii. 69, 166, 261-2, 360.
[827  
Begins, Vesper adest—finem resonat campana diei.

1794. John Dupré. In Musae berkhamstedienses: or Poetical prolusions by some young gentlemen of Berkhamsted School. Berkhamsted. W. McDowall. 1794.
[828  
8vo, pp. viii, 146, [1]. Elegy, English and Latin, pp. 93-111. Latin, pp. 96-110.   B, BM (11408. e. 6)
Special title-page: A translation of Gray's Elegy, into Latin verse,




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by J. D. and spoken by John Warde, of Berkhamsted School, Public Day, Wednesday, Octor 2d, 1793. Birkhamsted. W. McDowall. 1793.
Begins, Funera vergentis resonat campana diei.
See N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 90.

1802. Nelson Kerr. In his Poematia, auctore Nelson Kerr, LL. B., Coll. Johan. Bapt. Oxon., London, 1802, 8vo, pp. 19 ff.
[829  
Begins, AEdibus e sacris lapsae sonat hora diei. Elegiacs.
Cf. N & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 91, whence this is cited.

1808 (?). Percy Bysshe Shelley. A translation of the Epitaph, made in 1808 or 1809, was published in Medwin's Life of Shelley, 1847, i. 48, and reprinted in Forman's ed. of Shelley's Works iv. 315-16.
[830  
A comparison with Wakefield's version was made by Edward Bensly in N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 91; correction in same, p. 135.

1810. C. A. Wheelwright. Elegia in coemeterio rustico scripta. In his Poems original and translated including versions of the Medea and Octavia of Seneca, London, printed by A. J. Valpy, 1810, 8vo, pp. 244-51.
B   [831  
Begins, Ultima nocturnas sonuit campana per auras. Elegiacs; Epitaph in alcaics.
Second edition, 1811. See N. & Q., 10th ser. i. 487, 11th ser. iii. 64, iv. 91.

1817. Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, Verona. In Torri, 1817, pp. 147-52 (see no. 581), and 1843, 129-34 (see no. 598).
[832  
Begins, Editus aere cavo lumen cessare diurnum. Hexameter.

Benedetto del Bene, Verona. Thomae Gray carmen de sepulcreto rustico latine redditum a Benedicto Benio Veronesi. Veronae. Ex Typographia Mainardiana. 1817.
[833  
8vo, pp. 8.   BM (T. 2265. 7), BNF
Begins, Deficit ecce dies: iterato concava pulsu.
Also in Torri, 1843, pp. 135-40 (see no. 598).

Abbate Giuseppe Venturi. In Torri, 1817, pp. 153-64 (see no. 581), and 1843, pp. 141-56 (see no. 598).
[834  
Begins, Dies ad occasum vergit: En sonitus tubae. Prose after the Vulgate. In the 1st edition the Epitaph was given in Del Bene's translation; in the 2d edition Costa's second translation of the Epitaph in trochaics was substituted.

1822. Charles Caleb Colton. Gray's Elegy; translated into Latin Ovidian verse. 1822. See no. 583.
[835  
Latin, pp. 5-13. Begins, Vespertina focos Campana extinguere jussit.




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1823. Daniel Bamfield Hickie. Gray's Elegy translated into Latin verse. 1823. See no. 585.
[836  
Begins, Iudicium occiduae resonat campana diei.
Mentioned in Valpy's Classical Journal xxvii. 190; N. & Q., 11th ser. iii. 145.

1824. S. N. E. London. 1824. 4to.
[837  
Begins, Triste sonans, lentè tinnit campana per agros.
The same person apparently wrote The murdered maid; or, The clock struck four!!! A drama in three acts, Warwick, 1818. Cf. N. & Q., 11th ser. iv. 90.

1838. William Hildyard. 1838. See no. 593.
[838  
Begins, Audin' ut occiduae sonitum campana diei.
Rev. in The Quarterly Rev., March, 1842, lxix. 449-53.
Also in John Martin's edition, 1839, pp. (1-63) (see no. 594).

Gray's Elegy | in Latin verse | by | The Rev. William Hildyard, M. A., | Rector of Market Deeping. | . . . . | Tompkinsville, N. Y. | Frederick Dortman & Co. | 1898.
[838a  
Sm. 4to, 4 leaves. Latin only.   HU
Cf. N. & Q., July 30, 1904, 10th ser. ii. 92.

1841. John Heyrick Macaulay. In Arundines Cami, Cambridge, University Press, 1841, pp. 144-55.
[839  
Begins, Depositi sonat exequias campana diei.
Third edition, 1846. In the 5th edition only five stanzas are given, pp. 184, 202, 252; and in the 6th edition the translation does not appear at all.
Rev. in The Quarterly Rev., March, 1842, lxix. 449-53. Cf. N. & Q., 10th ser. i. 487, ii. 92-3.

1843. Murphy. A translation in versi lirici by Murphy is mentioned by Torri, 1843, p. xv; I have not seen it.
[840  
1846. Goldwin Smith. In coemeterio. In Anthologia oxoniensis decerpsit Gulielmus Linwood, M. A., Londini, 1846, no. lii, p. 89.
[841  
Begins, Rettulit exequias lucis vox ferrea; reptat. Stanzas 1-3 and the rejected stanza beginning Hark how the sacred calm. . . . Signed G. S. Cf. N. & Q., 10th ser. ii. 175-76.

1849. Henry Strahan Dickinson. Elegiam a Thoma Grayio in coemeterio rustico conscriptam, latinè reddidit H. S. Dickinson, A. M. Ipswich. R. Deck, Printer. MDCCCXLIX.
[842  
Begins, Nola sonans obitum pulso notat aere diei.
See N. & Q., Jan. 31, 1857, 2d ser. iii. 88, July 30, 1904, 10th ser. ii. 92-3.

1856. Thomas Medwin. In his Nugae, Heidelberg, 1856, pp. 1-6.
[843  




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Elegiacs; Epitaph in sapphics. Indebted to Shelley and Wakefield. Cf. E. Bensly in N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 91-2.

About 1860. Henry Thomas Liddell, Earl of Ravensworth. I have not seen this. It is not in his Carmina latina, London, 1865.
[844  
1871. Sir Alexander J. E. Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice. Elegia.
[845  
No title-page. [1871?] 4to, pp. 4.   BM (C. 40. i. 19)
Begins, Vespertina obitum plangit campana diei. Elegiacs.
Reprinted, 1900. See no. 696.

1873. Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro. Elegy written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray of Peter-House and Pembroke-Hall in the University of Cambridge and now printed at the University Press by C. J. Clay M. A.
[846  
Latin title: Incipit Thomae Grai cantabrigiensis elegorum liber in sepulcreto quodam rustico conscriptus anglice nunc autem ab H. A. I. M[unro]. T. C. A. et ipso cantabrigiensi Nasonianis numeris latine redditus. Academicis Formis excudebat C. I. Clay.
[1873.] Privately printed. 4to, pp. [17].   TC (H. p. 33 (9))
Begins, Clangor ab aede diem maeret sollemnis ademptam.
Praised by R. Ellis in The Academy, Jan. 17, 1874, v. 59. Rev. by T. E. Kebbel in Macmillan's Mag., Jan., 1875, xxxi. 253-58; Munro replied in Feb., pp. 340-6; Kebbel rejoined in March, p. 472; Munro answered in April, pp. 533-34.
Described by C. W. Brodribb in N. & Q., Aug. 12, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 135.
Also in his (privately printed) Translations into Greek and Latin verse, 1884, sig. 5/1b-6/2a, reprinted and published 1906, pp. 34-43; cf. N. & Q., 11th ser. iv. 91. Three stanzas were quoted in The Evening Post, Jan. 8, 1907.

1875. Henry Sewell. Gray's Elegy, translated by Henry Sewell, late Attorney-General of New Zealand. (Amici recensuerunt.) 1875.
[847  
N. p. 4to, pp. [8].   B (300. h. 13)
Begins, Campana insonuit;—pratis armenta relictis. Elegiacs. English and Latin in parallel columns.
Cf. N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 91.
Bradshaw, p. 316, also cites an edition at Romford, 1876, 8vo.

1876. Anonymous. 1876. See no. 641.
[848  
Begins, Devexum cecinere diem pulsa ara, boumque. Noticed in N. & Q., Aug. 5, 1876, 5th ser. vi. 120.

1877. Gavin Hamilton. Gray's Elegy, translated into Latin elegiacs, by G. H. (countryman of George Buchanan). Edinburgh. Douglas & Foulis. 1877.
[849  




120

12mo, pp. 7.   BM (11642. a. 63. (9))
Begins, AEris ab aede diem nunc clangor clamat ademptam. Omits the Epitaph. 29 stanzas.

Benjamin Hall Kennedy. In his Between whiles, or Wayside amusements of a working life, London, Bell, 1877, 8vo, pp. 86-93, and in Sabrinae corolla, 4th ed., London, Bell, 1890, pp. 196-203.
[850  
1879. J. Pycroft. Brighton. 1879. 8vo.
[851  
1884. Henry J. Dodwell. Gray's Elegy, in Latin and English. Translated by Henry J. Dodwell M. A., Oxon. Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, June 12th, 1882. London. M. Walbrook. 1884.
[852  
8vo, pp. 7. English, pp. 2-6; Latin, pp. 3-7.   B (2804. e. 6)
Begins, Edidit interitum vox aerea ritè diurnum. Elegiacs. See N. & Q., 11th ser. iv. 90.

1892. Robert B. Kennard. 1892. See no. 682.
[853  
Begins, Vesperis aera sonant pereuntis damna diei.

1898. Sidney George Owen. In Musa clauda, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1898, 8vo, pp. 2-13.
[854  
1901. Canon J. W. Sheringham. Graiana Elegia. J. W. Sheringham M. A., Archdeacon and Canon of Gloucester. Price one shilling. For Tewkesbury Abbey restoration.
[855  
Gloucester. Printed by H. Osborne. 1901. 8vo, pp. 7.   B (2799. e. 134 (14))
Begins, Murmure jam lento pecudes perprata vagantur.
Preceding the translation is this: Doctiores praevenere, humilis sequor.
Described in N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 91.

1903. William A. Clarke. Elegia Graiana in coemeterio rurali scripta latine reddidit Willelmus A. Clarke. Oxonii. B. H. Blackwell. 1903
[856  
8vo.   B (2799. e. 177)
Rev. in N. & Q., Jan. 16, 1904, 10th ser. i. 58-9.

Undated. Anonymous. Elegia a Thoma Grayio in coemeterio rustico conscripta.
[857  
N. p., n. d. 8vo, pp. 7.   TC (III. 10. 161 (7))
Begins, Nunciat interitum periturae nola diei.

Portuguese

1792. Antonio de Aracejo. Privately printed at Lisbon about 1792.
BM (1466. k. 16 (1))   [858  
Reprinted by Antoine Marie Henri Boulard in his Traductions interlinéaires des 6 langues allemande, suédoise, danoise, anglaise, portugaise




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et hébraique, Paris, Fuchs, Messidor, An X [1802], 8vo, pp. 234-41 (the whole has pp. viii, 276).   BN (Z. 61687)
Begins, Do lume o sino ao dia moribundo. English opposite.
Reprinted by M. Sané in his Grammaire portugaise.
Four lines are quoted by J. R. in The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1839, n. s. xii. 470. Cf. N. & Q., Oct. 12, 1850, 1st ser. ii. 306.

1837. Henrique Ernesto de Almeida Coutinho. O cemiterio da aldea, canto elegiaco de Thomas Gray, traduzido em verso Portuguez por H. E. A. C. Segunda edição. Porto. Typographia Commercial Portuense. 1837.
[859  
8vo, pp. 11.   BM (11452. cc. 11)

Russian

1802. Vasily Andreevitch Zhukovsky. Selskoe kladbishche, Greeva Elegiya perevedennaya sv Angliyskago. In Viestnik Evropy (The Courier of Europe), Dec., 1802, no. 24, chasti vi, pp. 319-25.
[860  
Begins, Uzhe blyednyeyet den, skryvayas za goroyu. Dedicated to A. I. Turgeniev.
Reprinted in 1849. In Zhukovsky's Works (Polnoe sobranie sochineniy), ed. A. S. Arkhangelsky, St. Petersburg, Marks, 1902, the translation occurs among the poems for 1801. See i. 13-5.
It is in most of the reading books recommended by the Russian Minister of Education, and is to be found in most Russian anthologies. This statement is made by H. G. Ward in N. & Q., Feb. 25, 1911, 11th ser. iii. 145.

1839. In 1839, while on a visit to Windsor, Z. made a second translation, illustrated by a sketch of St. Paul's Churchyard which he made with his own hand. Cf. N. & Q., May 5, 1906, 10th ser. v. 357.
[861  
Begins, Vecherni kolokol pechalno zavyvayet. Reprinted by Arkhangelsky along with no. 860. Arkhangelsky regards this as a very early version, which he prints for the first time. It must be borne in mind, however, that Zhukovsky was only nineteen when no. 860 was published.

Spanish

About 1823. José Antonio Miralla. Traduccion. De una Elegia, escrita por Gray en el cementerio de una yglesia de aldea. By J. A. M.
[862  
Printed on one side of a quarto sheet of paper, without place or date, one page. The BN copy (Yg. 2299) is addressed A Monsigneur L'Eveque Gregoire, and the rest of the name [iralla] is written out in the same ink.
Begins, La esquila toca et moribundo dia.




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Traduccion de la Elegia | escrita por Gray en el cementerio de una iglesia de aldea. | Por Don Jose Ant. Miralla, | En Filadelfia, año de 1823. | [Quotation of three lines from Dante.]
[862a  
[Boston. 1854.]   HU
Apparently a newspaper article separately printed. 27 in. long by 2¼ in. wide, verso blank, dated "Roxbury, Oct. 21st, 1854." Prefixed is a brief notice of Miralla, a Havana merchant who visited America in 1822-23. Reprinted from a "periodical" published "in Spain, of which a gentleman in Boston has a copy."

An elegy in a country churchyard. Translated into Spanish by José Antonio Miralla, with an introduction by Charles F. Bradford.
[862b  
1854. 16mo. Newspaper cuttings.   BPL

Gray's Elegy. | Translated into Spanish by Don Jose Antonio Miralla. | Privately printed.
[862c  
The above occurs on the front cover. On the back: Oubery & Co., Printers, 587 Mission St. [San Francisco].
[1904?] 8vo, pp. 15 and cover. English and Spanish texts on opposite pages. The Spanish is headed: Traduccion de la Elegia | escrita por Gray en el cementerio de una iglesia de aldea. | Por Don José Ant. Miralla | En Filadelfia año de 1823.   HU, BPL

1839. Anonymous (?). Referred to by J. R. in The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1839, n. s. xii. 470.
[863  
1860. [H. L. de Vedia.] Elegia escrita en un cementerio campestre tr. en verso castellano.
[864  
N. p., n. d. [preface dated I860]. 24 mo, pp. 16.   UP (Br 972. 6 (MS 43))

Welsh

1798. D. Davies. Myfyrdod | ar Einioes ac Angeu. | a ysgrifenwyd mewn | Mynwent yn y Wlad, | ym mrig yr Hwyr. | Wedi ei droi o Saesonaeg T. Grey. Caerfyrddin. I. Evans. 1798.
[865  
12mo, pp. 8. No title-page.   BM (872. k. 14. (5))
Begins, Daccw ddolef y ddyhudd-gloch.

Also in D. Davis, Telyn dewi, Llundain, 1824, pp. 23-33. See no. 215.
[865a  
1831. Thomas Lloyd Jones. In his Beauties of Welsh poetry, Denbigh, 1831, pp. 178-83.
[866  
Cf. N. & Q., 11th ser. iv. 92.

1908. Rhif l. | Barddoniaeth Gymreig | at wasanaeth Ysgolion Elfenol a Chanolraddol, | Dan olygiaeth T. J. Thomas, B.




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Sc. (Sarnicol). | Myfyrdod | ar | Einioes ac Angau, | gan | Davis Castell-Hywel. | Wedi ei droi o Saesonaeg Thomas Gray. | Llandyssul: | J. D. Lewis, Gomerian Press. | 1908.
[867  
8vo, pp. 16. Portrait of D. Davis.   BM (11595. de.)
Begins, Dacw ddolef y ddyhudd-gloch, Yn oer ganu cnull y dydd.

Parodies and Imitations

English

1753. [John Duncombe.] An | evening contemplation | in a | college. | Being a parody on the | Elegy | in | a country church-yard. | By another gentleman of Cambridge. | London: | Printed for R. and J. Dodsley in Pall-mall and sold | by M. Cooper in Pater-noster Row. 1753. | [Price sixpence.]
[868  
4to, pp. 12.   BM (11630. e. 23), HU, YU
Published anonymously.
Begins, The curfew tolls the hour of closing gates. 33 stanzas.
Also in Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, Dryden Leach, 1763, vii. 34-9; in The Oxford sausage, London, J. Fletcher & Co., 1764, pp. 36-42 (BM, C. 70. b. 6); 2d ed. of same, 1772 (cf. J. Pickford, N. & Q., May 26, 1906, 10th ser. v. 406); about 1765 in pp. [31]-41 of some 4to volume, n. p., n. d. (BM, 11630. e. 13 (17*)); in Poems by Mr. Gray, Dublin, 1768, pp. 163-73 (see no. 54); in Poems by Mr. T. Gray, Cork, 1768 (see no. 55); in An elegy, etc., London, Nicholson, 1776, pp. 17-24 (see no. 525); in Cambridge prize poems, 1776, ii. (YU); in The repository, 1777, ii. 71-6, 2d edition 1783, and 1790, ii. 45-50; in Roach's Beauties of the poets of Great Britain, London, 1794, i. 2. 42-7; in [Vicesimus Knox, editor,] Elegant extracts, London, 1796, Poetry ii. 765-6; in Gray's Elegy, etc., 1806, pp. 33-43 (see no. 566); in J. G. Flügel, The selector, Leipsic, 1827, ii. 109-13; in Hamilton, v. 3-5. See no. 898.

1760. James Copywell [pseud. of William Woty]. The Long Vacation. Hei mihi. In his The shrubs of Parnassus, London, Printed for the author, 1760, 16mo, pp. 12-13.
CU, NYP   [869  
Begins, My Lord now quits his venerable seat. 7 stanzas.
Also, presumably, in Woty's Poetical works, London, W. Flexney, 1770, 18mo, 2 vols., which I have not seen (LC). Also in George Smeeton, Doings in London, or Day and night scenes in the metropolis, London, G. Smeeton, 1828, p. 357 (5 stanzas). See also no. 960.

Edward Moore. An elegy, written among the ruins of a nobleman's seat in Cornwall. In The Universal Mag., 1760, xviii. Supplement, pp. 373-4.
[870  
Begins, Amid these venerable drear remains. 16 stanzas.
Also in Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, 1763, viii. 88-90; in Bell's Classical arrangement of fugitive poetry, London,




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John Bell, 1789, ix. 43-6; in Anderson's British Poets, 1794, x. 322-23, from The poetical calendar.

[John Scott, of Amwell.] Four elegies: descriptive and moral. London. Printed for J. Buckland & others. 1760.
[871  
4to, pp. [ii], 23, [1].
I. Written at the approach of Spring. Begins, Stern Winter hence with all his train removes. 20 stanzas. II. Written in the hot weather, July, 1757. Begins, Three hours from Noon the passing shadow shows. 17 stanzas. III. Written in Harvest. Begins, Farewel the pleasant Violet-scented shade. 24 stanzas. IV. Written at the approach of Winter. Begins, The Sun far Southward bends his annual way. 21 stanzas.

1761. John Cunningham. An elegy on a pile of ruins. London. Printed for H. Payne & W. Cropley. 1761.
[872  
4to, pp. [ii], 13.   BM
Also in The Universal Mag., Oct., 1761, xxix. 213 (24 stanzas); in F. Fawkes and Wm. Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d edition, London, Dryden Leach, 1763, vii. 10-16; in A collection of poems by several hands, London, G. Pearch, 1770, 8vo, i. 108-14; in Anderson's British Poets, 1794, x. 721-2; edited by J. Evans, London, 1806, sm. 8vo, pp. 16; in Pratt's Cabinet of poetry, London, 1808, v. 183-87.

Woodstock Park: an elegy. London. 1761.
[873  
Attributed to Hugh Dalrymple. Lounsbury, Studies in Chaucer, New York, 1892, iii. 239, quotes three stanzas.

1762. An elegy, written among the tombs in Westminster Abbey. London. Dodsley. 1762.
[873a  
4to. Price 6d.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., May, 1762, xxvi. 356-58 (quotes 8 stanzas).
Also in The Universal Mag., Apr., 1762, xxx. 208 (16 stanzas); in Bell's Classical arrangement of fugitive poetry, London, John Bell, 1789, ix. 36-42.

Possibly here belongs also The nunnery; see no. 882.
[873b  
1763. Elegy. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., 1763, vi. 68-70.
BPL   [874  
Begins, 'Tis fate commands—reluctant I depart. 17 stanzas.

The foundlings. | An | elegy. | [Emblem.] London: | Printed for William Flexney, near Grays-Inn [sic] | Gate, Holbourn. | MDCCLXIII.
[875  
4to. Begins, Far from the madding Tumults of the Town. 21 stanzas. One stanza quoted by Hamilton, v. 43.   HU

[Edward Jerningham.] The magdalens: an elegy. By the author of The nunnery. Second edition. London. Printed for R. & J. Dodsley. MDCCLXIII.
[876  
4to, pp. 12.   BM (11632. g. 61)




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First edition also 1763.
Begins, See to yon fane the suppliant nymphs repair. 27 stanzas.
Also in his Poems on various subjects, 1767, pp. 10-16; in his Poems, London, Robson, 1774, 12mo, pp. 1-7 (CU); in his Poems and plays, 9th edition, London, 1806, i. 1-10.

Love elegy. Written at — College, Oxford. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, 1763, v. 119-21.
[877  
Begins, The solemn hand of sable-suited night. 15 stanzas. Probably the same as no. iv of Elegies on different occasions; see no. 890.

Stephen Panting. Four elegies. [Morning. Noon. Evening. Midnight.] In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, 1763, viii. 20-34.
[878  
Abraham Portal. A morning elegy. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., 1763, xii. 65-8.
[879  
— An evening elegy. In same, pp. 69-72.
[880  
1764. Elegy written in a garden. In The Universal Mag., July, 1764, xxxv. 43-4.
[881  
Begins, What mingled beauties here conspire to please! 13 stanzas.

[Edward Jerningham.] The | nunnery. | An | elegy. | In imitation of the | Elegy in a church-yard. | Son pittore anche io.—Corregio. | London: | Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, at Tully's-Head, Pall Mall. | [Price sixpence.]
[882  
N. d. The D. N. B. gives the date as 1762? 4to.
Begins, Retirement's Hour proclaims the tolling bell. 33 stanzas.
Also in his Poems, London, Robson, 1774, 12mo, pp. 119-26 (27 stanzas).   CU

George Keate. The ruins of Netley Abbey. A poem. London. R. & J. Dodsley. 1764.
[883  
4to, pp. 11.   B
An imitation.

J. S. An elegy. Written at the approach of spring. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., 1764, iii. 5-8.
[884  
[John Wagstaffe.] An elegy written in a Quakers' burial ground. To which is added The country Quaker. London. 1764.
[885  
Fol. Price 5/-. Cited from Halkett & Laing.

1765. An elegy on the death of The guardian outwitted, an opera. London. Printed for W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1765.
[886  
4to, pp. [ii], 17.   BM (11630. d. 8. 6)
Begins, The shrill bell rings the knell of "Curtain rise." 32 stanzas.




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Has Gray's Elegy at the foot of the page.
Also in The repository, 1777, ii. 83-9, and 3d edition, 1790, ii. 57-63; in Hamilton, v. 6-7.
The opera, by Dr. Thomas Augustine Arne, a physician, was acted at Covent Garden six nights in December, 1764. For a memoir and portrait of Dr. Arne, see The Universal Mag., Apr., 1784, lxxiv. 169-72.

An elegy written in Covent-Garden. London: Printed for J. Ridley, in St. James's St.
[887  
[1765?] 4to, pp. 11. Vignette on title-page (a malefactor being taken in a cart to execution).   BM (11630. e. 13. (18))
Begins, St. Paul's proclaims the solemn midnight hour. 32 stanzas. In his advertisement the author remarks that he "thinks any Apology to Mr. Gray for the Use he has made of his incomparable Poem altogether needless: A Work, from its Originality, Sentiment, and poetical Elegance, as superior to all Praise as he fears the following is obnoxious to Censure."
Also in The repository, 1777, ii. 59-64, in same, 2d edition, 1783, and in same, 3d edition, 1790, ii. 33-8; in The Morning Herald, 1798, volume ii.; in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1798, ii. 140-43; in The Poetical Register, 1804, London, F. & C. Rivington, 1806, iv. 470-74; 2 stanzas quoted in N. & Q., May 3, 1862, 3d ser. i. 356, another in same, Sept. 6, 1862, 3d ser. ii. 199, see also same, Aug. 11, 1883, July 12-Sept. 20, 1884, 6th ser. viii. 107, x. 37, 112-3, 239; in Hamilton, v. 7-9.

[Edward Jerningham.] An | elegy | written among the | ruins of an abbey. | By the author of The nunnery. | [Publisher's monogram.] | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mali. | MDCCLXV. | [Price six pence.]
[888  
4to, pp. 14.   B, BM (11602. h. 16. (1))
Begins, Where sighs the Zephyr to yon lonely tree. 34 stanzas.
Also in The Universal Mag., Mar., 1765, xxxvi. 151 (17 stanzas); in his Poems on various subjects, London, J. Robson, 1767, 1st collected edition, 8vo, pp. 67-75 (BM, 11602. f. 23); in G. Pearch, A collection of poems by several hands, London, G. Pearch, 1770, 8vo, ii. 117-22. Not in his Poems and plays, 9th edition, London, 1806.

1766. O. Jaques. The funeral. An elegy. In The London Chronicle, April 12-15, 1766, p. 356.
[889  
Begins, The Muse, by melancholy evening led. 38 stanzas.

1768. Elegies on different occasions. London. Printed for C. Bathurst. 1768.
[890  
4to, pp. [ii], 32.   B (G. Pamph. 1730 (5))
I. Written in the year 1761. Begins, O Happiness! thou wish of every mind. 16 stanzas. Pp. 1-5. II. Written in the year 1762. Begins, Now the brown woods their leafy load resign. 13 stanzas. Pp. 6-9. III. Written in the year 1763. Begins, The dewy morn her saffron mantle spreads. 14 stanzas. Pp. 10-13. IV. Written at — College, Oxon., 1763. Begins, The solemn hand of sable-suited night. 15 stanzas. Pp. 14-17 (see no. 877). V. Written September 1, 1763. Begins, When the still night withdrew her sable shroud. 8 stanzas. Pp. 18-20. VI.




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Written June, 1764. Begins, Thee, sad Melpomene, I once again. 11 stanzas. Pp. 21-3. VII. Written in February, 1766. Begins, Now has bright Sol fulfilled his circling course. 11 stanzas. Pp. 24-26. VIII. Addressed to a pine-tree. Written May, 1766. Begins, The ruffian North has spent his savage power. 8 stanzas. Pp. 27-9. IX. Written Aug. 24, 1767. Begins, O Rising Sun! on this auspicious day. 8 stanzas. Pp. 30-32.

1769. An elegy written in St. Bride's Church-Yard, on Tuesday the third of January, 1769, etc. London. Fry. 1769.
[891  
Fol. Price, 6d.
On the election of Mr. Wilkes as an alderman. Noticed in The Gentleman's Mag., March, 1769, xxxix. 157, where it is pronounced "a very indifferent imitation."

Marcus. Epitaph. In The London Chronicle, July 27-29, 1769, xxvi. 103.
[892  
Begins, Here rests his head upon the lap of earth One nor to fortune nor to fame unknown. 3 stanzas. A savage attack on Gray for writing the Installation ode.
Also in The repository, 1777; in Ackermann, History of the University of Cambridge, London, 1815, i. 75; in Hamilton, v. 7; and in A. S. Martin, On parody, New York, Holt, 1896, 8vo, pp. 72-73.

1770. [Hugh Downman.] An elegy wrote under a gallows. With a preface concerning the nature of elegy. London. Printed for the author.
[893  
[1770?] 4to, pp. 15.   BM (1465. e. 10 (3))
Begins, Dun-vested Twilight now along the sky.
Two stanzas quoted by Hamilton, v. 43. Hamilton gives the place and date Edinburgh, 1768. The Dictionary of National Biography (art. by J. Westry-Gibson) gives them as London, 1775.

Elegy by a young gentleman of Oxford. In The Universal Mag., June, 1770, xlvi. 321.
[893a  
Begins, The parting sun reflects its ev'ning ray. 12 stanzas.

1772. Hackfall: an elegy. In The new foundling hospital for wit, London, J. Almon, 1772, v. 108-10.
[894  
Begins, To Hackfall's calm retreat, where nature reigns. 17 stanzas. Apparently not in the earlier editions.

1773. Charles Jenner. Town eclogues. 2d ed. London. T. Cadell. 1773.
[895  
4to, pp. [iv], 40.   B
Eclogues 5 and 6, pp. 30-4 and 35-40, contain reminiscences and imitations of the Elegy.

1775. An elegy written at a Carthusian monastery in the Austrian Netherlands. London. Printed for M. Folingsby. 1775.
[896  
4to, pp. 14. Price, 1/-.




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Begins, The pensive Train of Contemplation sweet. 44 stanzas.
Rev. (with some extracts) in The Gentleman's Mag., December, 1775, xlv. 580-1.

An elegy written on a poor, honest man, who lived and died an honour to his species in the most enviable obscurity. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1775, xlv. 339-40.
[897  
Begins, Low in a fruitful vale, where Naiads guide. 17 stanzas.

1776. [John Duncombe.] In 1776 "An Oxonian" pirated An evening contemplation in a college (see no. 868) as follows:
A parody on Gray's Elegy. By an Oxonian. London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Wheble, 22, Fleet St. 1776.
[898  
4to, pp. 13.   BM (163. m. 20)
It now began, The bell now tolls the hour of closing gates, and there were a score or so of other verbal alterations. It sold for 1/-. Rev. and exposed in The Monthly Rev., April, 1776, liv. 340. Cf. N. & Q., Aug. 17, 1861, 3d ser. xii. 128.

1777. An elegy, written in Westminster Hall during the Long Vacation. In The repository, 1777, ii. 77-82.
[899  
Also in same, 2d edition, 1783, and in same, 3d edition, 1790, ii. 51-6; in Hamilton, v. 9-10.
Begins, The courts are shut—departed every judge. 34 stanzas.

Thomas Warton. Ode written at Vale-Royal Abby [sic] in Cheshire. In his Poems, a new edition, with additions, London, T. Becket, 1777, 12mo, pp. 30-34.
[899a  
Begins, As Evening slowly spreads his mantle hoar. 23 stanzas. Shows strongly the influence of Gray. Miss Clarissa Rinaker, The Sewanee Rev., April, 1915, xxiii. 153, n. 21, thinks there was no prior edition.

1778. Richard Cumberland. Evening. An elegy. To the memory of the late Marquis of Granby. In his Miscellaneous poems, London, 1778, pp. 17-21.
BM (11643. k. 25)   [900  
Begins, Now sinks the day-star to his wat'ry bed. 20 stanzas.

— Morning. An elegy. To the memory of the late Marquis of Tavistock. In his Miscellaneous poems, London, 1778, pp. 11-16.
[901  
Begins, The last and brightest of the starry train. 20 stanzas.

John Duncombe. An elegy written in Canterbury Cathedral. Canterbury. Printed by Simmons & Kirkby for J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall, London. 1778.
[902  
4to, pp. [vi], 18. Engr. t.-p. Price, 1/-.   BM
Begins, Within these long-drawn isles, where Cynthia's light. 41 stanzas. Merely a loose imitation. Rev. unfavorably in The London Rev., 1778, App., vii. 504.




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1782. Thomas Edwards. Additional stanzas for the Elegy. In The Gentleman's Mag., March, 1782, lii. 120.
[903  
Supplied by A. B.
Begins, Some lovely fair, whose unaffected charms. 2 stanzas.
Also in The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1793, lxiii. 166, n.; in The Port Folio, Oct., 1815, 3d ser. vi. 396-7; in N. & Q., Jan. 20, 1877, 5th ser. vii. 46; and in The Athenaeum, Jan. 28, 1888, p. 115. See also no. 1074.

Thomas Penrose. The curate: a fragment. In The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1782, lii. 86-7.
[904  
Begins, O'er the pale embers of the dying fire. 15 stanzas. Loosely imitative.
Also in Pratt's Cabinet of poetry, London, 1808, v. 477-9.

Y. Elegy on Mr. Maurice Evans. In The European Mag., Jan., 1782, i. 66-7.
[905  
1783. John Brundish, d. 1786. An elegy on a family-tomb, translated into Italian verse, by a friend of the author. Cambridge. Printed by J. Archdeacon. 1783.
[906  
8vo, pp. 15.   BM (11632. e. 21)
Begins, Thou dome of death! by lonely musings led. 21 stanzas.
The English also appeared in The European Mag., Jan., 1786, ix. 49-50.

1784. An elegy written in St. Stephen's. In The history of the Westminster election, London, J. Debrett, 1784.
[907  
Begins, Gazettes now toll the melancholy knell. 16 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 10.

William Lipscomb. Elegy on the death of George Lord Lyttelton. In his Poems, Oxford, 1784, 4to, pp. 16-9.
B (Godw. Pamph. 1696 (19))   [908  
Begins, If virtue bids us kindred worth deplore. 16 stanzas.

Lord Mayor's Day. A mock elegy. In The new foundling hospital for wit, new ed., 1784, v. 224-6. Not in earlier editions.
[909  
Begins, The sun creeps slowly o'er the eastern hills. 13 stanzas.
Five stanzas quoted in Hamilton, v. 43-4.

1785. Elegiac verses to the memory of a married lady.
[910  
N. p. N. d. Conjectured, about 1785.   B (Poetry WD. 1271 (1))

W. P. Elegy written at Florence. Geneva. 1785.
[911  
4to, pp. 8.   BM (11631. g. 33 (4))
Begins, In that blest Isle by Heaven's high favor born. "On the burying place called Campo Santo made lately about three miles from Florence on the road to Bologna."

William Taylor, 1755-1843. A parody made at Cambridge (c. 1785?) is in B. M. MS. Add. 37,683, fol. 77.
[912  
Some of his parodies are printed in The Taylor family, pp. 621 ff.




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1786. Henry Headley. A parody on Gray's Elegy, written in a country church-yard, the author leaving college. In his Poems and other pieces, London, J. Robson, 1786, pp. 26-31.
[913  
Begins, The sullen Tom proclaims the parting day. 31 stanzas. The college was Trinity College, Oxford.
Also in his Poetical works, edited by T. Park, London, 1808, pp. 24-9. There has 32 stanzas, "the last five written by a friend."

1787. S. N. An elegy, written in Kensington Garden, Aug., 1787. In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1787, lvii. 1107-8.
[914  
Begins, Here, far from noise and care, secure I lie. 14 stanzas. Loosely imitative.

1788. N. Elegy, written in a Grub-Street garret. In The Trifler, no. 5, June 28, 1788, i. 65-8.
BM   [915  
Begins, Now sinks the sun within the azure main. 25 stanzas.
The Trifler was written at Westminster School by Mr. Aston, later Lord Aston, Mr. Upton, Mr. Slade, and Mr. Taunton, afterward Justice Taunton. This information is conveyed in a MS. note in the BM copy.
Rev. by Wintoniensis in The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1788, lviii. 704-5.
Also in The Literary Mag. and British Rev., Sept., 1789, iii. 217-8; in Hamilton, v. 10-11.

1789. William Lisle Bowles. Elegy, written at the Hotwells, Bristol, July, 1789. Inscribed to the Rev. W. Howley, Fellow of Winchester College. London, Cadell & Davies.
[916  
Begins, The morning wakes in shadowy mantle grey. 25 stanzas.
Also in his Poetical works, Paris, Galignani, 1829, pp. 110-11, and Edinburgh, Nichol, 1855, i. 32-5. Two stanzas are quoted by Hamilton, v. 44.

The | political passing bell: | an | elegy. | Written in a country meeting house, April, 1789. | Parodized from Gray; | and | accompanied with a correct copy of the sublime | original. | For | the entertainment of those, who laugh at | all parties. | [Quotation from Horace with imitation in English.] | [Monogram.] | Printed at Boston, | by Isaiah Thomas and Company. | MDCCLXXXIX.
[917  
8vo, pp. 15. Begins, Clear sounding bells announce th' eventful day. 32 stanzas. Original, pp. 4-14; parody, pp. 5-15.   HU, BPL

1790. An elegy. | In imitation of Gray. | Written in | the King's Bench Prison, | by a minor. | Printed for the Author; and sold by R. Lea, Greek St. | MDCCXC.
[918  
4to, pp. 20.




131

Begins, The surly crier rings his nightly knell. 30 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 17-8.

1791. Hortensius. Elegy written in a lingering illness. In The European Mag., Oct., 1791, xx. 305-6.
[919  
J. B. Meditations, written in a church-yard. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1791, lxi. 661-2.
[920  
Begins, When night with moistening dews bespreads the ground. 26 stanzas.

W. Hamilton Reid. Elegy on the waste near the Charter-House. In The European Mag., Oct., 1791, xx. 306-7.
[921  
1794. G. W. Evening reflections written in Westminster Abbey. In Roach's Beauties of the poets of Great Britain, London, 1794, i. 1. 1-6.
[922  
Also in The grave, etc., 1803, pp. 34-36. See no. 561.

1795. Corporal Trim. Nocturnal contemplations in Bar-ham-Down Camp, 1795. In The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1801, lxxi. 549-50.
[923  
Begins, The moon slow-setting sends a parting ray. 32 stanzas.
Also in The Port Folio, Oct. 31, 1801, i. 352; in L. D.'s edition of the Elegy, 1806, pp. 21-31 (where it is signed H.) (see no. 566); and in Hamilton, v. 20-1.

1796. Michael Bruce. Elegy: to Spring. In his Poems on several occasions, a new edition, Edinburgh, John Paterson, 1796, sm. 8vo, pp. xvi-xviii, 116-23.
B (2799. e. 195)   [924  
Begins, 'Tis past: the iron North has spent his rage. 23 stanzas. The original edition was published by Logan.
Also (Elegy, written in spring) in The Pratt cabinet of poetry, London, 1808, v. 429-31; and in Choice poems and lyrics, London, Whittaker & Co., 1862, pp. 186-88.

P. Courtier. Elegy, written in Westminster-Abbey. In The Universal Mag., Feb., 1796, xcviii. 136-7.
[924a  
Begins, Secluded from the giddy scenes of mirth. 12 stanzas.

Edward Hamley. Reflections in Netley Abbey. In his Poems of various kinds, London, Cadell, Jr., & Davies, 1796.
[925  
Begins, Alone, unseen, at this mild sober hour.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Aug., 1796, n. s. xx. 471-2, where thirteen stanzas are quoted.

A Gentleman. A paraphrase on Gray's Elegy, written on the unfortunate catastrophe of the late Mr. Henry Weston, who was executed for forgery, July 1776. By a Gentleman. London. Tiffin. 1796.
[926  
4to. Price, 1/-.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Aug., 1796, xx. 470.




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1797. Elegy on the tomb of some sailors ship-wrecked on the coast of Cornwall. In The Universal Mag., Apr., 1797, c. 287-8.
[926a  
Begins, Here lie in peace, life's changeful voyage o'er. 8 stanzas.

1798. S. An elegy, written in St. Stephen's Chapel. In The European Mag., March, 1798, xxxiii. 189-91.
[927  
Begins, The Abbey bell now tolls the hour of One. 29 stanzas.

1799. An elegy in a London churchyard. In The Morning Post, July 18, 1799, vol. iii. (Hamilton gives the date Nov. 28.)
[928  
Begins, Great Tom now sounds the close of busy day.
Also in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1799, iii. 103-6; in The Port Folio, Dec. 5, 1801, i. 392; 2 stanzas quoted in N. & Q., May 3, 1862, 3d ser. i. 356; 17 stanzas in Hamilton, v. 18-9.

Theoderit. Elegy on a quid of tobacco. In The Annual Anthology, Bristol, Riggs & Co., 1799, i. 19-21.
[929  
Begins, It lay before me on the close-grazed grass. 10 stanzas. Reprinted in The smoker's garland, Liverpool, Cope's Tobacco Plant Office, 1889, sm. 8vo, ii. 86-8. Cope's Smoke Room Booklets, no. 6.

1800. C. An elegy, written in a London church-yard. In The Annual Anthology for 1800, Bristol, 1800, pp. 247-53.
[930  
Begins, St. Paul's now sounds the close of busy day. 32 stanzas.
Apparently a mere revision of An elegy in a London churchyard, The Morning Post, July 18, 1799. See no. 928, and cf. W. C. Beetenson in N. & Q., Jan. 5, 1901, 9th ser. vii. 8. See also no. 964.
Also in The Universal Mag., Sept., 1800, cvii. 229-30.

1802. Elegy, written in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey. In The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1802, vi. 131-32.
[931  
Begins, Now sinks the hum, confus'd of busy care. 15 stanzas.
Two stanzas quoted in N. & Q., July 5, 1862, 3d ser. ii. 17; and one in Hamilton, v. 44.

1803. David Carey. Elegy, written at a Xmas feast in the country. In his The pleasures of nature; or, The charms of rural life, with other poems, London, Vernor & Hood, 1803, pp. 101-9.
[932  
Begins, The clock proclaims the welcome dinner hour. 32 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 13-14.

Omicron. Imitation of Gray. Epitaph on "The Pic-Nic," written in a newsman's s hop. In The Morning Post, 1803.
[933  
Begins, Here lie, enwrapt within a dirty sheet. 3 stanzas.
Also in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1803, vii. 142; in Hamilton, v. 39.




133

1806. Epitaph on a noted highwayman. In The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1806, vol. x.
[934  
Begins, Here, high suspended on a gibbet, hangs. 2 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 39.

J. T. R. Nightly thoughts in the Temple. In Elegy, etc., 1806, pp. 55-65 (see no. 566)
[935  
Begins, St. Dunstan's bells proclaim departing day. 32 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 19-20.

A Sailor. An imitation of Gray's Elegy. Written by a sailor. London. Printed by George Cooke, 1806.
[936  
Begins, The setting sun now gilds the mountain tops.
One stanza quoted in Hamilton, v. 317.

1807. Parody. In The Port Folio, Oct. 24, 1807, n. s. iv. 271-2.
[937  
Begins, The State-House clock proclaims the midnight hour. 32 stanzas.

1808. Robert Lovell. The decayed farm-house. In his Poetical works, ed. Park, London, 1808, pp. 31-4.
[938  
Begins, 'Mid mighty ruins mouldering to decay. 26 stanzas.

Sir John Henry Moore. Elegy written in a college library. In his The new paradise of dainty devices, London, Almon, 1777 (pub. anon.).
[939  
Begins, The chapel bell, with hollow mournful sound. 31 stanzas.
Also in his Poetical trifles, Bath, 1778, 12mo; in his Poetical works, edited by Thos. Park, London, 1808, pp. 7-11; in Elegant extracts from the British poets, 1824; and in Hamilton, v. 22-3.

1809. H. P. Houghton. An evening's contemplation | in a French prison; | being a humble imitation of Gray's Elegy in a country | church yard. | By H. P. Houghton, | now an English prisoner at Arras in France. | London. J. Burditt. 1809.
[940  
8vo, pp. 8.   BM (11602. ee. 1. (10))
Begins, The Sun's bright orb, retiring, dimly glares. 32 stanzas. For the title, cf. no. 868.
Four stanzas quoted in Hamilton, v. 43.

1810. Elegy in Newgate. In The Satirist, Aug. 1, 1810, vii. 159-64.
[941  
Begins, The curfew tolls the hour of locking up. 32 stanzas.
Six stanzas quoted by Hamilton, v. 317. "The whole of it is bitterly personal and offensive."

1811. Alfred. Alas! Poor fallen Sir Francis! Elegy written in Westminster Hall. In The Morning Post, London, May 20, 1811.
[942  




134

Begins, The Judges toll the knell of Burdett's fame.
Reprinted in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1811, xv. 225, and by Hamilton, v. 24-5. Five stanzas were quoted in N. & Q., July 5, 1862, 3d ser. ii. 17, and five by C. Fortescue Yonge in same, Jan. 21, 1893, 8th ser. iii. 44-5.
On the proceedings consequent on the imprisonment of Sir Francis Burdett and the legal decisions against him.

Epitaph on a late administration. In The Morning Chronicle, Jan. 18, 1811.
[943  
Begins, Here rest their Heads in Power's and Honour's grave. 3 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 18.

John Taylor, 1757-1832. Elegy. A parody. In his Poems on several occasions, London, Murray, 8vo (the whole has pp. 246); also Edinb., 1811, 12mo, 2 vols.
[944  
Begins, The ruin spread by war is wisely o'er. 32 stanzas.
Also in The Satirist, May 1, 1812, x. 373-9. The first stanza quoted in Hamilton, v. 317.

1812. Elegy, written in Bartlemy Fair, at five o'clock in the morning. In The Morning Chronicle, Sept. 14, 1812, vol. xvi.
[945  
Begins, The clock-bell tolls the hour of early day. 13 stanzas.
Also in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1812, xvi. 21-2. Two stanzas quoted in N. & Q., May 3, 1862, 3d ser. i. 356. Also in Hamilton, v. 11-2.

J. B. Fisher. The pettifogger. Written in Westminster Hall, during the Long Vacation of 1812, and addressed to a little attorney! In Town-Talk, 1819 or earlier.
[946  
Begins, The courts are shut, departed every Judge. 24 stanzas. Plagiarized from An elegy written in Westminster Hall during the Long Vacation (see no. 899), with only slight variations.
Also in Plaintive tales, by a comedian, Chelsea, London, W. Tilley, 1819; and in Hamilton, v. 25-6.

J. Elegy. Written in Drury-Lane Theatre. Te sequor, o Grayiae gentis decus. In The Poetical Register, 1808-9, vii. 361-65. London. F. & C. Rivington. 1812.
[947  
Begins, The prompter rings the lofty curtain down. 31 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 12-3.

A political parody. In The British Press, Sept. 14, 1812.
[948  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 32 stanzas.
Also in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1812, xvi. 307-10; in The Mirror, 1825, p. 131; two stanzas quoted in N. & Q., May 3, 1862, 3d ser. i. 356; 6 stanzas in Hamilton, v. 39-40.




135

1814. Colin Maclaurin. Parody on Gray's celebrated Elegy in a country church-yard. Edinburgh. 1814.
[949  
Privately printed. 12mo.
Begins, The bell now tolls, soon after dawn of day. 31 stanzas.
Also in The Court of Session garland, Edinburgh, Thomas G. Stevenson, 1839 (150 copies printed), pp. 95-100. This was republished about 1888 by Hamilton, Adams & Co., London. 17 stanzas in Hamilton, v. 320.

[Horace Twiss.] Elegiac stanzas, on returning at day-break through an alley in London, from a ball at Lady —'s: being a paraphrase of "An elegy written in a country churchyard," by Thomas Gray, Esq. In Posthumous parodies and other pieces, compiled by several of our most celebrated poets, London, John Miller, 25, Bow St., 1814, 8vo, pp. 49-58 (the whole has pp. xi, [1], 102, [1]).
[950  
Begins, The watchman drawls the hour of dawning day. 32 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 14-5.

Sir William Young. See no. 985, which belongs to the early part of the century.
[950a  
1816. Elegy in St. Stephen's Chapel, May 30, 1816. In The new Tory guide, London, J. Ridgway, 1819, pp. 80-87.
[951  
Begins, The candles tell the close of parting day. 31 stanzas.
Twenty-four stanzas reprinted by Hamilton, v. 40-1.

1817. Edward Daniell. Elegy written the second day after imprisonment. In The gaol: a collection of poems, and detached pieces, written in confinement, London, n. d. [dedication July, 1817], 8vo, pp. 17-18. The whole has pp. 31.
B (8o BSP. 173)   [952  
Begins, Here, 'midst the confines of a gloomy gaol. 7 stanzas.

The grave of the convict. An elegy. London. John Hatchard. 1817.
[953  
8vo, pp. 16.   B (8o BSP. 173)
Begins, Morn, sweetly blushing, leaves her dewy bed. 37 stanzas.
Rev. in The Literary Gazette, Oct. 25, 1817, ii. 261-2 (reprints seven stanzas).   HU, YU

1818. Thomas Brand. Elegy on a pair of breeches, thrown upon a dunghill by a miser. In The British Minerva, Hamburgh, 1818, p. 80.
[954  
Begins, Here rest my breeches on the lap of earth. 5 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 22. The title here reads, Elegy on a pair of breeches. Thrown upon a dust-heap by a miser.

Elegy, supposed to be written on a field of battle. London. John & Arthur Arch. 1818.
[955  




136

8vo, pp. iv, 36.   BM (T. 875. (2))
Begins, The wrathful storm hath swept along the dale.
Two stanzas quoted by Hamilton, v. 44. Inspired by Gray: loosely imitative.

Elegy to the memory of Thomas Gainsborough. In The Suffolk garland, Ipswich, 1818, pp. 289-95.
B (2805. e. 35)   [956  
Verses written after the funeral of Billy Twigger, of Hadleigh. In The Suffolk garland, Ipswich, 1818, pp. 300-2.
B (2805. e. 35)   [957  
1820. Peter Daniel. An elegy, written in St. Pancras Churchyard, by Peter Daniel, formerly of the English College of Douay. London. 1820.
[957a  
8vo.

1821. [William Thomas Thomas, pseud. W. T. Moncrieff.] Prison thoughts. Elegy written in the King's Bench: in imitation of Gray. Lines written on the back of a "horse." And all the world's at law. By a collegian. London. John Lowndes. 1821.
[958  
12mo, pp. 29, [1]. Elegy, pp. 5-21.   BM (11641. b. 15)
Begins, The turnkey rings the bell for shutting out. 32 stanzas.
Also in George Smeeton, Doings in London, or Day and night scenes in the metropolis, London, G. Smeeton, 1828, pp. 300-4; in Hamilton, v. 16-7.

1823. Elegy on the death of Bow-Fair, 1823. In The London Mag., April, 1823, vii. 491-2.
BM, CU   [959  
Begins, The Bow-bell tolls the knell of Bow-fair fun. 11 stanzas. A combination, by the editor, of two elegies. 34 stanzas omitted.
Reprinted in The Mirror, May 10, 1823, i. 442-3. Also in Hamilton, v. 23.

W. R * * * * * *. The Long Vacation. In The Mirror, Apr. 19, 1823, i. 392.
[960  
Begins, My lord now quits his venerable seat. 7 stanzas.
Also (3 stanzas) in The Mirror, May 28, 1831, xvii. 367; in Hamilton, v. 23-4. Apparently a reprint of no. 869.

Supplement to Gray's Elegy in a church yard. Quoted from an American newspaper, dated Rhode Island, in Stephen Collett, A. M. [= Thomas Byerley], Relics of literature, London, Thomas Boys, 1823, pp. 19-21.
[961  
Begins, No airy dreams their simple fancies fired. 9 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 42-3.

1824. D. S. Lucubrations in an apothecary's shop. In imitation of Gray's Elegy. In The Mirror, Dec. 25, 1824, iv. 459-60.
[962  




137

Begins, The twilight curtains round the busy day. 32 stanzas.
One stanza quoted in Hamilton, v. 24.

1825. Edward. Elegy. Dedicated to * * *. A parody on Gray. In The Mirror, Feb. 26, 1825, v. 131-2.
BM   [963  
Begins, The pealing clock proclaims the close of day. 31 stanzas.
One stanza quoted by Hamilton, v. 24, and 10 on p. 41.

An elegy written in a London churchyard. According to a statement quoted in Hamilton, v. 48, a poem with this title appeared in The literary sketch book, London, 1825.
[964  
May be a reprint of no. 930.

1826. The last of the lotteries. In The Literary Gazette, June 10, 1826, p. 364.
[965  
Begins, The Chancellor has passed the stern decree. 14 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 15-16.
Public lotteries were abolished by act of Parliament in 1826.

1828. Legs in Tattersall's yard. In The Spirit of the Age, 1828.
[966  
Begins, The dustman tolls the coming of the morn. 20 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 46-7.

1831. Togatus. An elegy, written in the Long Vacation. In The Gownsman, Cambridge, Jan. 14, 1831, ii. 82-3.
[967  
Begins, The vacant seats proclaim the "parting day." 5 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 26.

1832. Thomas Dibdin. Woes of change, | or | The lachrymatory lament | of | Laudator Temporis (et Rerum) Act i. | By Thomas Dibdin, Esq. In The Comic Magazine, London, 1832, i. 194-201.
[968  
Begins, Improvement tolls the knell of what, of yore. 15 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 26-7.

William Dobson, in N. & Q., July 19, 1862, 3d ser. ii. 55, quotes from memory a parody of the Epitaph published at the time of the Reform Bill agitation. I have not found the original.
[969  
Begins, Here rests his head upon a lap of earth, A youth to fortune (not to fame) well known.

The gambler. "Seven's the main!" In Pierce Egan's Book of sports, no. xv, London, 1832, pp. 230-2.
[970  
Begins, The lamps refract the gleam of parting day. 32 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 27-8.

1833. Geoffrey Gimcrack. Parody on Gray's Elegy. In Gimcrackiana, or Fugitive pieces on Manchester men and




138

manners ten years ago, by Geoffrey Gimcrack, Manchester, Wilmot Henry Jones, 1833, pp. 26-34.
[971  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 30 stanzas.
Seventeen stanzas reprinted (Dry goods: an elegy. A Manchester parody) by Hamilton, v. 28.

1834. Parody on Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard.
[971a  
Begins, St. Bride's has knelled the parting hour of night. A clipping of this is preserved in the Yale University Library, in Gray's Poems, 1865.

1843. Hotspur. Elegy in a London theatre. Not by Gray. In Bentley's Miscellany, 1843, xiii. 554-5.
[972  
Begins, The curtain falls—the signal all is o'er. 21 stanzas.
Also, with alterations and omissions, in The Bentley ballads. The first two stanzas quoted in N. & Q., May 17, 1869, 3d ser. i. 398. Also in Hamilton, v. 29.

1844. Meditations on Mr. Barry's new Houses of Parliament. Written on board the Lily steam-boat. In Punch, 1844, vii. 150.
[973  
Begins, The wharf-bell tolls the knell of starting steam. 6 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 28-9.

1846. Horace Smith. Evening; an elegy. By a poetical carman. In his Poetical works, London, 1846, 8vo, ii. 85-6.
[973a  
Begins, Apollo now, Sol's carman, drives his steed. 5 stanzas.

1847. Night thoughts. (After Gray.) In The Man in the Moon, 1847, ii. 10. 212.
[974  
Begins, St. Martin tolls the hour of long past day. 5 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 30.

1848. M. W. H. Elegy, written in a city churchyard. In Hood's Mag., June, 1848, ix. 555-8.
B   [975  
Begins, Away from care—apart from earthly toil. 31 stanzas.
Two stanzas quoted in Hamilton, v. 44.

1849. An elegy, written in a London churchyard. By a tradesman in the vicinity. In Punch, Sept. 15, 1849, xvii. 111.
[976  
Begins, The sexton tolls the knell till parting day. 19 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 30. Cf. N. & Q., March 15, 1862, 3d ser. i. 220.

1851. William H. Murray. In The farewell and occasional addresses delivered by W. H. Murray, Esq., in the Theatres Royal and Adelphi, Edinburgh; with a biographical sketch, Edinburgh, James G. Bertram & Co., 1851, 12mo, pp. 69-70 (the whole has pp. [iv], 160).
[977  




139

Begins, If I might venture, friends, to parody. 6 stanzas, one being introductory.
Spoken at the Adelphi, June 25, 1836. Reprinted by John Pavin Phillips in N. & Q., March 29, 1862, 3d ser. i. 255.

1852. Elegy for the Crystal Palace. 1852.
[977a  
Adapted from Gray. There is a copy among the Forster Mod. Pamphlets, no. 393, at the So. Kensington Museum.

Ruined halls. In Punch, 1852, xxii. 255.
[978  
Begins, Deserted are the Courts of Common Law. 8 stanzas.

1853. Elegy on a betting-office. (By the proprietor.) In Diogenes, Dec. 3, 1853, ii. 268.
[979  
Begins, Remove the lists,—take down the green baize board. 6 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 31.

Elegy written in a London church-yard. In Diogenes, Feb. 5, 1853, i. 57.
[980  
Begins, St. Clement's tolls the knell of parting day. 16 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 30-31.

Elegy written in a railway station. In Punch, Feb. 26, 1853, xxiv. 88.
[981  
Begins, The Station clock proclaims the close of day. 18 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 31-2. Cf. N. & Q., April 26, 1826, 3d ser. i. 339.

1856. Elegy. Written near a suburban station house. By a ticket-of-leave man. In Punch, Nov. 29, 1856, xxxi. 217.
[982  
Begins, The muffin-bell proclaims the parting day. 26 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 32-3. Cf. N. & Q., March 8, 1862, 3d ser. i. 197.
Also in James Parton, The humorous poetry of the English language from Chaucer to Saxe, New York, Mason Brothers, 1856, 8vo, pp. 478-80.

1860. An imitation of Gray's Elegy, after the manner of Pope; intended to cheer and animate the spirits, instead of depressing them—which, whatever the beauty of that incomparable poem, must be confessed to be too often felt as the effect of it.
[983  
N. p., n. d. [1860?]. 8vo, pp. 9. Frontispiece.   BM (11643. g. 35)
Begins, Yon glowing light that blushes in the East. 32 stanzas.

1861. Gray's Elegy [a parody]. (Written in the rooms of the Geographical Society, in the presence of Du Chaillu's collections.) In Punch, July 6, 1861, xli. 7.
[984  
Begins, Westminster Clock proclaims the close of day. 22 stanzas.

1862. Sir William Young. The camp. A parody on Gray's Elegy in a country churchyard. Ed. by William James Smith. In N. & Q., May 31, 1862, 3d ser. i. 432-3.
[985  




140

The author was governor of the Island of Tobago, where he died in 1815.
Begins, The ev'ning sun declares the day is spent. 31 stanzas.

1865. A lunatic parody. Parodies an the poets. No. 1. By Our Original Lunatic. In Fun, April 1, 1865, viii. 23.
[986  
Begins, The curlew rolls amidst the darting spray. 6 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 33.

1867. Elegy, written in the House of Commons. In Echoes from the Clubs, July 24, 1867, i. 172.
[987  
Begins, The big clock tolls the knell of parting day. 20 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 33-4.

Figaro. An elegy, written in town. A respectful remembrance of "Gray's Elegy." In Banter, ed. George Augustus Sala, Sept. 16, 1867, i. 35.
[988  
Begins, The porter tolls the bell on starting day. 15 stanzas.
Reprinted (An elegy on the departed season) in Hamilton, v. 47-8.

Newall's Buildings. An elegy composed on the left side of Market Street. In The Free Lance, Manchester, June 8, 1867, i. 196-7.
[989  
Begins, The clanging crow-bar rings the pile's decay. 26 stanzas.
The first stanza quoted in Hamilton, v. 42.

1870. Sir George Hayes. A Temple elegy. Edited and illustrated by H. B. [Hans Busk]. Printed and sold in aid of Captn Hans Busk's Lifeboat Fund.
[990  
N. p., n. d. [1870?]. 4to, pp. 19. Printed on only one side of the paper.   BM (11641. g. 57)
Begins, The garden bell proclaims the knell of day. 25 stanzas.

Same.
[991  
Afterwards revised and enlarged to 32 stanzas, beginning, The Gardiner's bell proclaims the close of day. Reprinted (Written in the Temple Gardens by the late Mr. Justice Hayes) in Random recollections of the Midland Circuit, by Robert Walton, 2d series, London, The Chiswick Press, 1873; in Hamilton, v. 317-8 (there begins, The gard'ner rings the bell at close of day); in Hayesiana, London, Butterworth, 1892 [1891], 8vo, pp. 45-50 (the whole has pp. [4], xviii, 82). Formerly attributed to William Hayes; cf. N. & Q., March 18, 1911, 11th ser. iii. 204.

1874. H. L. Elegy, written over an old pipe-box. In Cope's Tobacco Plant, Sept., 1874, i. 646.
[992  
Begins, The postman hits his last rat-tat to-day.
Twenty-one stanzas reprinted by Hamilton, vi. 131-2.

1875. An elegy on cremation. In Scribner's Monthly, July, 1875, x. 398. Quoted from The Bewildered Querists.
[993  




141

Begins, Above yon mantel, in the new screen's shade. 4 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 34.

Lament of the Eminent One [Henry Irving]. In The Figaro, Oct. 6, 1875.
[994  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 9 stanzas.
Six stanzas reprinted in Hamilton, v. 34.

1876. Elegy. Written in Rotten Row by a disconsolate swell. In Funny Folks, Aug. 12, 1876, vii. 52.
[995  
Begins, The Park proclaims the season's had its day. 10 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 34-5.

Alexander Wilson. Verses to the memory of an engaging youth, uncommonly attached to learning. In his Poems and literary prose, ed. A. B. Grosart, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1876, ii. 223-4.
[996  
Begins, Here, Stranger! pause, and sadly o'er this stone.
Four stanzas modeled after the Epitaph.

1877. Cremorne: an elegy. In Funny Folks, Oct. 20, 1877, iii. 122.
[997  
Begins, The builder tolls the knell of Cremorne's day. 11 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 36.

A. W. Mackenzie. Elegy written in a country rink. In Idyls of the rink, 2d ed., London, Hardwicke & Bogue, 1877, pp. 8-13.
[998  
Begins, The church clock strikes the knell of parting day. 19 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 35-6.

1881. Lord Chelmsford. Circuit elegy. By the late Lord Chelmsford.
[999  
Copies were printed and sent to the members of the Bar Mess, July 12, 1881.
Begins, The trumpets sound the coming of the Judge. 32 stanzas.
Also reprinted by K. L. Munden in Edgbastonia, Nov., 1884, iv. 172-4; and in Hamilton, v. 36-7.

Passage from Lord Grey's Elegy. In Punch, Sept. 10, 1881, lxxxi. 114.
[1000  
Begins, Rads tolls the knell of England's passing day. One stanza.
Quoted in Hamilton, v. 42.

1882. Gray's Elegy. (In an Irish prison.) In Punch, Sept. 2, 1882, lxxxiii. 106.
[1001  
Begins, They think to toll the knell of prisoned Gray. 4 stanzas.
Two stanzas in Hamilton, v. 38.

C. E. Tisdall. Elegy on a favourite washerwoman, Mrs. Bridget Mulligan. In The Elocutionist, July 15, 1882, i. 35.
[1002  




142

Begins, Farewell old friend and memory ever dear. 13 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 37-8, 48.

1883. The whistle shrieks the knell of parting day. In Frances Awdry and eight others, The miz-maze or The Winkworth puzzle, London, Macmillan, 1883, p. 76. One stanza.
[1003  
Also in Hamilton, v. 48, where it is attributed, apparently, to Miss Charlotte M. Yonge.

1885. Joseph Grinnell Dalton. Pensive in a boneyard. In Lyra bicyclica, 2d ed., Boston, E. C. Hodges & Co., 1885, p. 140.
[1004  
Not in the 1st edition, 1880.
Begins, Perhaps in this selected spot are laid. 1 stanza.
Also in Hamilton, v. 42.

Elegy written in a town church yard. In The Yorkshireman's Comic Annual, 1885.
[1005  
Begins, The church-bells peal the message—"Come and pray!" 32 stanzas.
Eighteen stanzas reprinted in Hamilton, v. 41-2.

William Maginn. Elegy written in a ball-room. In his Miscellanies in prose and verse, London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1885, i. 24-6.
[1006  
Begins, The beaux are jogging on the pictured floor. 20 stanzas.
One stanza quoted in Hamilton, v. 318. "Does not continue in the vein of parody."

1886. The S. K. king's requiem. In Truth, Nov. 11, 1886.
[1007  
Begins, The turret clock proclaims the hour eleven. 7 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 38.

1887. The author [a parody on the Epitaph]. 1887 or earlier. One stanza is quoted by Hamilton, v. 42.
[1008  
Begins, No longer seek his failings to disclose.

Full many a man who now doth cheat the printer, etc. In Quads. 1887 or earlier. One stanza. Quoted in Hamilton, v. 42.
[1009  
The nunnery. (Not the same as Jerningham's poem.) 1887 or earlier. One stanza in Hamilton, v. 44.
[1010  
Begins, Now pants the night breeze thro' the darken'd air.

Parnell-egy written in a Westminster Palace-Yard. In Moonshine, April 30, 1887.
[1011  
Begins, The clock-tow'r tolls the bell of coming day.
Fourteen stanzas reprinted in Hamilton, v. 38-9.




143

A perversion. 1887 or earlier. In Hamilton, v. 42.
[1012  
Begins, Full many a flower is born to blush unseen. 1 stanza.

The scales. 1887 or earlier. In Hamilton, v. 42.
[1013  
Begins, The piano sounds the knell of parting day. 1 stanza.

1888. E. B. Anstee. Wimbledon—an elegy. July 21st, 1888. In The Volunteer Record and Shooting News, London, Aug. 11, 1888.
[1014  
Begins, The sound of gunfire marked the closing day. 19 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 319-20.

The Elegy travestied. In The Umpire, Manchester, May 5, 1888.
[1015  
Begins, The shops are closed—the sign of closing day.
Nineteen stanzas in Hamilton, v. 318-9.

1891. O. K. Elegy. Written in the University Church Yard. (On the agricultural future.) In The Granta, Cambridge, June 12, 1891, iv. 383-4.
[1016  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of passing day. 12 stanzas.

1893. K. E. T. W. Elegy. (Written in a Cambridge Court at the end of Term.) In The Granta, Cambridge, April 22, 1893, vi. 272-3.
[1017  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 12 stanzas.

1896. K. Elegy written during the "General." In The Granta, Cambridge, May 30, 1896, ix. 333.
[1018  
Begins, St. Mary's tolls the knell of parting day. 15 stanzas.

1897. Valentine vagaries. In The Granta, Cambridge, Feb. 13, 1897, x. 179-81.
[1019  
1. To Selwyn. Begins, Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife. 1 stanza. 2. To Certain Dignitaries. The Union to Its President. Begins, Large was his confidence, his smile sincere. 1 stanza. 3. To Oxford. Begins, Let not the Cantab mock their useless toil. 2 stanzas.

1911. The Lampoon, Harvard. Were Thomas Gray in college. Quoted in The Harvard Graduates' Mag., March, 1911, xix. 570.
[1020  
Begins, The chimes of "Harvard" tell the coming day. 5 stanzas.

1913. Tribute written in a country newspaper. In A. Stodart-Walker, The Moxford book of English verse, 1340-1913, London, Eveleigh Nash, 1913, sm. 8vo, pp. 38-43.
[1021  
Begins, The Big-Ben tolls the knell of parting day. 32 stanzas.

George Ellis. Elegy written in a college library. In Walter Jerrold and R. M. Leonard, A century of parody and imitation, London, Milford, 1913, 8vo, pp. 81-5, 401-2.
[1021a  
Begins, The chapel bell, with hollow mournful sound. 32 stanzas.




144

1916. If Gray had had to write his Elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Pogis. In The Century, September, 1916, xcii. [793].
[1021b  
Has reference to Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River anthology. Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 12 stanzas.

French

1782. Abbé Jacques de Lille. Les jardins, ou L'art d'embellir les paysages. Paris. Valade. 1782.
[1022  
8vo, pp. 141. 8th edition, 1801. Imitated stanza 22. Quoted by D. B.; see his pp. 84, 140 (no. 80).
Quel homme, vers la vie, au moment du départ,
Ne se tourne et ne jette un triste et long regard;
A l'espoir d'un regret ne sent pas quelque charme,
Et des yeux d'un ami n'attend pas une larme?

1794. M. Creuzé de Lesser, in his Les tombeaux, composed in 1794, imitated a passage in the Elegy. 16 verses quoted by Fayolle, pp. 13, 14 (see no. 761).
[1023  
1796. Louis de Fontanes. Le jour des morts dans une campagne. In Le Magasin Encyclopédique, Paris, 1796.
[1024  
Reprinted in Almanach des Muses, Paris, Louis, An V, 1797, pp. 45-52; by Chassaignon, Paris, 1823, 8vo, pp. 8; and elsewhere. A Latin translation was published by Crapart, Paris, 1815, 18mo.

Before 1812. A free imitation was inscribed in the Garden of St. Leu in the palace of the King of Holland. Fayolle, p. 13, reprints 15 lines (see no. 761).
[1025  

German

1771. Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty. Elegie auf einem Dorfkirchhof. In Anthologie der Deutschen, 1772, iii. 201, with the added note, "Keine Nachahmung des Gray, sondern nur Ausführung derselben Idee."
[1025a  
"Sieht man etwas näher zu, so entdeckt man, dass es zwar keine sklavische Nachahmung der 'Elegy' ist, wohl aber eine sich Manchmal im Ausdruck sehr eng anschliessende Nachempfindung, wobei sich stellenweise sogar wörtliche Entlehnungen feststellen lassen; gleich der Anfang gibt nicht nur ganz die Stimmung der 'Elegy,' sondern auch die ganze Situation."—O. Uebel (see no. 1992c), p. 19.
Reprinted in L. C. H. Hölty's Sämtliche Werke kritisch u. chronologisch hrsg. von'Wilhelm Michael, Weimar, Gesellschaft der Bibliophilen, 1914, 8vo, i. 34-7.

L. H. C. Hölty. Elegie auf einen Stadt-Kirchhof.
[1025b  
A companion piece to no. 1025a. Cf. Uebel, pp. 20 f. Reprinted in Michael's edition, i. 40-3.




145

Latin

1822. Quidam. Fragments of—not a translation, but—a loose distant imitation of Gray's Elegy. In The Gentleman's Mag,, Jan., 1822, xcii. i. 72.
[1026  
Imitates stanzas 6, 7, 11-17, 19, 20.

Criticism

1751. [John Hill.] The inspector, containing a collection of essays and letters lately published in a new daily-paper, called The London Daily Advertiser, and Literary Gazette. London. W. Shropshire. 1751.
[1026a  
8vo, pp. [iv], 78. Contains an essay on the Elegy.   HU

The Monthly Review. "This excellent little piece is so much read, and so much admired by every body, that to say more of it, would be superfluous." Feb., 1751, iv. 309.
[1027  
Misquoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1845, n. s. xxiv. 235.

1762. Christopher Anstey. Ad poetam. Prefixed to his Latin translation of the Elegy, Cantabr., 1762, and many times reprinted, e. g. in his Works, London, 1808, pp. 374-5.
[1028  
Same. Translated into English by Edmund Cartwright, in Gray's Poems, 1786, pp. 81-3.
[1029  
1767. Hugh Kelly. In The Babler, Feb. 19, 1767, i. 55, 237-9.
[1030  
1783. *[John Young.] A criticism on the Elegy written in a country church yard. Being a continuation of Dr. J—n's criticism on the poems of Gray. London. Printed for G. Wilkie. 1783.
[1031  
8vo, pp. xx, 90.   ALE, BM (T. 1564. (3)), B, HU, COLU, YU
Reprints Johnson, pp. 1-12.
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1784, liv. 358-9; in The Monthly Rev., Sept., 1783, lxix. 259; by H. Walpole in his letter to W. Mason, June 9, 1783, Mrs. Toynbee, no. 2415.
See Y. B. N. J., Dr. Moor, Greek professor at Glasgow, in N. & Q., June 27, 1857, 2d ser. iii. 506, and replies: T. G. S., July 11, iv. 35; J. O., July 18, p. 59; R. R., Aug. 22, p. 156; J. M., Sept. 5, pp. 196-7; Vox, Sept. 19, p. 234; G. N., Oct. 24, pp. 333-4; B. Corney, Nov. 7, p. 363; W. J. T., Nov. 21, p. 417; J. S., May 29, 1858, v. 443-4.

1784. Justitia. [A defence.] In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1784, liv. 281-4.
[1032  
Reply to a writer in The Critical Rev.

The Universal Magazine. [On l. 1.] Jan., 1784, lxxiv. 7.
[1032a  




146

1785. John Scott, of Amwell. In his Critical essays on some of the poems, of several English poets, London, Jas. Phillips, 1785, 8vo, pp. 185-246 (the whole has pp. [4], lxxxix, [3], 386).
[1033  
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., July, 1787, lxxvii. 25-31 (discusses ll. 29 f.). See also no. 1044.

1786. D. [On l. 3.] In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1786, lvi. 293-4.
[1034  
Reply by Georgicus, May, pp. 396-7.

1787. William Mason. Elegy written in a church-yard in South Wales, 1787. First published in 1797. In his Works, London, 1811, i. 112-7.
[1035  
A day scene, to contrast with Gray's twilight scene.

1794. T. C. [On l. 36.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1794, lxiv. 1089.
[1036  
Reply by An Occasional Correspondent in same, Jan., 1795, lxv. 18.

1795. The British Critic. Greek versions. Feb., March, 1795, v. 132-42, 234-44.
[1037  
On Weston, Coote, Sparke (see nos. 549, 547, 548).

1796. Philopoesis. [On ll. 89-92.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1796, lxvi. 635.
[1038  
Reply by G. C. in same, Oct., pp. 827-8.

1797. Candidus. [On Johnson's critique.] In The Gentleman's Mag., March, 1797, lxvii. 212.
[1039  
1803. S. C. [On harrow for furrow in l. 26.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1803, lxxiii. 1140.
[1040  
1807. The Port Folio. Oct. 24, 1807, n. s. iv. 260-2.
[1040a  
1808. John Anstey. In The poetical works of the late Christopher Anstey, Esq., London, 1808, pp. xiv-xviii.
BM (78. h. 14), NYP   [1041  
Robert Lucius West (d. 1849) in 1808 exhibited at the Royal Academy a subject from the Elegy. Cf. F. M. O'Donoghue in D. N. B. lx. 340.
[1041a  
1810. [John Young.] A criticism on the Elegy, etc. Second edition. Edinburgh. John Ballantyne & Co. 1810.
[1042  
8vo, pp. [2], xi, 148. See no. 1031.   NYP, YU, CU

1822. Charles Lamb. [On ll. 45-8.] In The London Mag., Dec., 1822, vi. 563.
[1043  
Reprinted in Lucas's edition, i. 373-4, 539-40.




147

1823. Charles Lamb. Ritson versus John Scott the Quaker. In The London Mag., April, 1823, vii. 445-8.
[1044  
On l. 7. Reprinted in Lucas's edition, i. 218-26, 475-6.

1824. T. N. [On the scene of the Elegy.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1824, xciv. 2. 482.
[1045  
Reply by J. B. of Long Acre in same, Jan., 1825, xcv. 1. 2.

1828. The Athenaeum. [On ll. 53, 73.] Nov. 26, 1828, p. 908.
[1046  
1831. The Mirror. Upton Church. 1831. Illus.
[1046a  
1836. John Mitford. In Notes to Boswell's Life of Johnson. In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1836, n. s. v. 343-7.
[1047  
Reprinted as Appendix E of the Aldine Edition of Gray's Poems, 1853, pp. cxi-cxvi.

1840. John Quincy Adams. J. Q. Adams on Gray's Elegy [letter to Roscoe G. Greene, March 4, 1840]. In The New York Times, June 21, 1885.
[1048  
Reprinted in Book-Lore, Aug., 1885, ii. 72-3.

1844. Hood's Magazine. [Picture of Stoke Pogis] Church porch, scene of Gray's Elegy. Feb., 1844, i. 108.
[1048a  
1846. B. N. J. Upton Church, Buckinghamshire. In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1846, n. s. xxvi. 604-8.
[1049  
Reprinted in The Gentleman's Magazine Library, English Topography, Buckinghamshire, London, 1891, pp. 339-43.

1848. William Giles Dix. Thoughts on Gray's Elegy and Bryant's Thanatopsis. In his Pompeii and other poems, Boston, 1848, pp. 101-9.
[1050  
Spenserian stanzas.

1849. Blätter für literarische Unterhaltung. Thomas Gray's Elegie auf einen Dorfkirchhof. July 30, 1849, ii. 181, 724.
[1051  
Reproduced in The Literary World, New York, Nov. 10, 1849, v. 145, 405.

J. F. M. Translations. In N. & Q., Dec. 15, 1849, 1st ser. i. 101-2.
[1052  
Replies: W., Dec. 29, pp. 138-9; H. C. de St. Croix, Jan. 5, 1850, p. 150; A Grayan, S. W., same; J. M., Feb. 2, p. 221; M., same; Archaeus, Apr. 13, p. 389; E. C. H., Oct. 19, ii. 347; P. J. F. Gantillon, July 29, 1854, x. 94; Oxoniensis, Jan. 31, 1857, 2d ser. iii. 88.

1850. Bolton Corney. In N. & Q., Oct. 12, 1850, 1st ser. ii. 306.
[1053  




148

The Hermit of Holyport. Gray's Elegy and Dodsley poems. In N. & Q., Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Dec. 7, 1850, 1st ser. ii. 264-5, 343, 462.
[1054  
Replies: A Hermit at Hampstead, Oct. 5, pp. 300-1; W. S., p. 301; B. Corney, Oct. 12, p. 306.

1851. Henry H. Breen. In N. & Q., Jan. 18, 1851, 1st ser. iii. 35, June 7, pp. 445-6.
[1055  
On plagiarisms. Comment by Echo, Feb. 22, p. 138; by Varro, March 15, p. 206.

1853. A Hermit at Hampstead. [On l. 3.] In N. & Q., Sept. 10, 1853, 1st ser. viii. 241-2.
[1056  
1854. The Athenaeum. [On the Fraser-Eton MS.] July 29, 1854, p. 941. Cf. p. 996.
[1057  
1856. [Konrad Wilhelm] Adolf Laun. Die Dorfkirchhofselegie und ihr Dichter. Oldenburg. 1856.
[1058  
8vo, pp. 18. Rev. in Archiv xxi. 327-8.   COLU

1857. Cantuariensis. Scene of Gray's 'Elegy.' In The Athenaeum, Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 1857, pp. 1215, 1246.
[1059  
Correction by T. B. R. in same, Oct. 10, p. 1273. Replies by Sempronius, Oct. 24, p. 1332; by Cecil Brent, Oct. 31, p. 1364; by Londiniensis, Nov. 21, p. 1460; by R. B. W., Nov. 28, p. 1493.

The Gentleman's Magazine. Gray's Elegy and Thanington Churchyard. Dec., 1857, n. s. iii. 661-2.
[1060  
1861. Delta. Parodies. In N. & Q., Aug. 17, 1861, 2d ser. xii. 128, March 8, 1862, 3d ser. i. 197.
[1061  
Replies: H. E., Feb. 8, 1862, 3d ser. i. 112-3; J. F. S. and C. Harberton, March 15, p. 220; John Pavin Phillips, March 29, p. 255; W. H. Husk, April 26, p. 339; X. A. X., May 3, pp. 355-6; H. Palmer, May 17, p. 398; W. Jas. Smith, May 31, pp. 432-3; X. A. X., July 5, ii. 17; Wm. Dobson, July 19, p. 55; M., Sept. 6, p. 199.

1862. K. Stanzas in the early editions. In The Philobiblion, June, 1862, i. 164.
[1062  
1868. St. James's Magazine. Gray: Stoke Pogeis, and "the Elegy." Jan., 1868, xxi. 214-29.
BM   [1063  
Interesting but not especially valuable.

1869. Robert Chambers. Gray and his Elegy. In his The book of days, London, W. & R. Chambers, [1869], 8vo, ii. 145-7.
[1063a  
Illus. (Gray's window in Peterhouse).

1872. Pelagius. [On l. 119.] In N. & Q., April 27, 1872, 4th ser. ix. 339, Oct. 5, x. 282.
[1064  




149

Replies: E. Yardley, May 11, p. 396, Nov. 2, x. 360-1; Wm. Bates, Nov. 30, p. 440.

Prosaicus. [On l. 92.] In N. & Q., Oct. 26, 1872, 4th ser. x. 343.
[1065  
Replies: Geo. R. Jesse, Nov. 23, p. 418; J. W. W., Dec. 21, p. 505; J. H. T. Oakley, April 26, 1873, xi. 354.

J. W. W. [probably John Warren White]. [On l. 1.] In N. & Q., April 27, 1872, 4th ser. ix. 339.
[1066  
Replies: Fred. Rule, May 25, p. 436; Ipswich, June 22, p. 515; F. C. H., July 6, x. 18.

1873. Edmund Tew. Parallel passages [ll. 21-4 and Lucretius]. In N. & Q., March 22, 1873, 4th ser. xi. 234.
[1067  
1874. Frederick Rule. Parallel passages.[On ll. 55 f.] In N. & Q., June 13, 1874, 5th ser. i. 466.
[1068  
Replies: T. Macgrath, July 18, ii. 54; J. W. W., Aug. 8, p. 106; H. T. Blyth, Aug. 22, p. 145; C. W. Bingham, Oct. 31, p. 345.

1875. The Athenaeum. [On the Fraser-Eton MS.] Jan. 16, June 5, 1875, pp. 85, 751-2.
[1069  
Este. Gray's "Elegy" in Italian and Latin. In N. & Q., Sept. 25, 1875, 5th ser. iv. 255.
[1070  
Notes and Queries. Jan. 30, 1875, 5th ser. iii. 100.
[1071  
Replies: C. D., April 17, pp. 313-4; Edw. Solly, May 15, pp. 398-9; G. B., May 22, p. 414; F. Locker, May 29, p. 438; Edw. Solly, June 12, p. 478; F. Locker, June 19, p. 494; Edw. Solly, p. 500; Marcus Clarke, Jan. 8, 1876, v. 29-30; Edw. Solly, May 13, pp. 397-8; W. J. Rolfe, Feb. 24, 1877, vii. 142-3. See further under no. 1076.

The Saturday Review. A lesson from Gray's Elegy. June 19, 1875, xxxix. 782-3.
[1071a  
1876. Frederick Rule. Supplement. In N. & Q., Feb. 12, 1876, 5th ser. v. 125-6.
[1072  
1877. J. Dixon. [On l. 92.] In N. & Q., July 7, 1877, 5th ser. viii. 17.
[1073  
Reply by J. L. Warren, July 21, p. 56.

Thomas Edwards. Two stanzas proposed by him as an insertion after l. 56 (see no. 903) were reprinted in N. & Q., Jan. 20, 1877, 5th ser. vii. 46.
[1074  
Comment by H. P. D., Feb. 10, p. 114.

Notes and Queries. [On l. 35.] March 3, 1877, 5th ser. vii. 166.
[1075  
Replies: C. Ross, April 7, p. 274; J. W. W., June 2, p. 439; W. H. Swan, July 21, viii. 58; C. Ross, Aug. 4, pp. 90-1.




150

William James Rolfe. The first publication. In N. & Q., Feb. 24, 1877, 5th ser. vii. 142-3.
[1076  
Replies: Edw. Solly, March 31, p. 252; Enilorac, June 2, p. 439; J. Leicester Warren, June 16, pp. 469-70, Sept. 15, viii. 212.

George Augustus Sala. [Gray and Dante.] In The Illustrated London News, July 28, 1877, lxxi. 90.
[1077  
1879. Francis George Heath. Burnham Beeches. With 8 illustrations and a map. London. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1879.
[1078  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xiv, [2], 101.   BM (10358. cc. 4)
Includes Stoke Pogis Church and Park. Rev. by W. Webster in The Academy, Sept. 13, 1879, xvi. 186-7.

1880. Thomas Bayne. The second line of Gray's Elegy. In The Academy, July 17, 1880, xviii. 45.
[1079  
Replies by F. B. Butler in same, July 31, p. 83; F. Storr, Aug. 7, p. 101; F. B. Butler, Aug. 14, pp. 119-20; F. Storr, Oct. 16, pp. 227-8; F. B. Butler, Oct. 23, p. 294.

William Payne. [On l. 60.] In N. & Q., Sept. 18, 1880, 6th ser. ii. 222-3.
[1080  
Replies: Ralph N. James and F. A. Tole, Oct. 30, p. 356; Tiny Tim, pp. 356-7; H. Payne, Nov. 27, p. 438; E. Walford, Dec. 11, p. 474; Edw. H. Marshall, Jan. 8, 1881, iii. 35; Wm. Platt and G. E., same; H. Payne, Jan. 22, p. 76; J. M., Lad, F. D., same; Wm. H. Peet, April 2, p. 277; A. Hartshorne, June 4, pp. 449-51; Este and Francis St. John Thackeray, July 2, iv. 16; N. P., Sept. 8, 1883, viii. 188.

1881. Edgbastonia. [On l. 3.] Nov., 1881, i. 124, Dec., p. 141 (the latter signed E. W. T.).
[1081  
1882. James Freeman Clarke. The evolution of a great poem. In The Independent.
[1082  
Reprinted in his Nineteenth century questions, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., [1897], pp. 60-7. It is there said to have appeared originally in 1882. This would seem to be an error; I have vainly searched through the file of The Independent for 1881-83.

M. From Stoke Pogis to Cambridge. In The Nation, Sept. 7, 1882, xxxv. 198.
[1083  
1883. Joseph Maskell. [Editions.] In N. & Q., July 14, 1883, 6th ser. viii. 26.
[1084  
— The literary history of Gray's Elegy. In Walford's Antiq. Mag., Nov., Dec., 1883, iv. 231-8, 281-8.
[1085  
1884. K. L. Munden. Parallel poems, parodies, and imitations of Gray's Elegy.
[1086  
A prospectus of a work by this title, to be published in 4to, at one




151

guinea, was issued in 1884, but the book probably never appeared. Cf. Hamilton, v. 48.

— Parodies. In Edgbastonia, Nov., 1884, iv. 170-4.
[1087  
— Rejected stanza. In N. & Q., Dec. 20, 1884, 6th ser. x. 495.
[1088  
On the stanza Him have we seen, etc., after l. 104. Replies: C A Ward, Jan. 17, 1885, xi. 55-6; Sir Wm. Fraser and G. F. R. B., p. 56; G. F. R. B., F. R., Este, Wm. Payne, Feb. 14, p. 135.

Edward Solly. In The Bibliographer, Feb., 1884, v. 57-61.
[1089  
1885. W. B. S. Stanza by Gray. In N. & Q., Aug. 29, 1885, 6th ser. xii. 167.
[1090  
On There scattered oft, the earliest of the year, etc. Replies: E. F. B., Wm. Freelove, Ernest Brain, Ada M. Cole, Este, J. B., Sept. 26, p. 257; Sir Wm. Fraser, Oct. 17, p. 312.

The Spectator. In The poet of elegy. July 18, 1885, lviii. 937-8.
[1090a  
Mainly on Matthew Arnold, whom the writer regards as superior to Gray.

1888. The Athenaeum. Jan. 28, 1888, p. 115.
[1091  
1890. G. Marson. [On l. 3.] In N. & Q., June 14, 1890, 7th ser. ix. 468.
[1092  
Replies: J. F. Mansergh, July 5, p. 18; C. C. B., pp. 18-19; A Lincolnshire Farmer, p. 19; W. B., Aug. 9, p. 117.

1891. Este. Gray's 'Elegy' as a song. In N. & Q., Sept. 26, 1891, 7th ser. xii. 246.
[1093  
G. Marson. [On l. 57.] In N. & Q., Jan. 24, 1891, 7th ser. xi. 65-6.
[1094  
Replies: G. M. Gerahty, C. C. B., Feb. 14, p. 138.

1893. D. C. T[ovey]. Gray and Waller. In N. & Q., Feb. 25, 1893, 8th ser. iii. 146.
[1095  
1894. Thomas Auld. In N. & Q., Dec. 29, 1894, 8th ser. vi. 516.
[1096  
Reply by E. Yardley in same, Jan. 19, 1895, vii. 53.

Chambers's Journal. The scene. June 23, 1894, xi. 547. 395-6.
[1097  
The Church Monthly. Our parish churches, iv. St. Giles, Stoke Poges. vii. 132-4. 1894. Illus.
[1098  
John Murray. [On l. 35.] In N. & Q., Feb. 24, 1894, 8th ser. v. 148.
[1099  




152

Replies: Thos. Auld, March 24, p. 237; D. C. T[ovey], C. K., F. C. Birkbeck Terry, same; C. A. White, May 12, p. 377.

E. Yardley. Waller and Gray. In N. & Q., Sept. 1, Oct. 20, 1894. 8th ser. vi. 165-6, 316, March 2, 1895, vii. 178.
[1100  
Replies: R. Clark, John Pickford, F. C. Birkbeck Terry, Oct. 6, p. 271; Sir Edw. Strachey, Oct. 20, p. 316; C. C. B., Jan. 12, 1895, vii. 37.

1895. Theodore Frelinghuysen Wolfe. The scene. In his A literary pilgrimage among the haunts of famous British authors, Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1895, 12mo, pp. 39-48.
[1101  
Plate of Stoke Pogis Church.

1897. Edmund William Gosse. An undescribed edition. In The Athenaeum, April 3, 1897, p. 445.
[1102  
1899. Viscount Harberton. [On l. 35.] In The Athenaeum, Oct. 21, 1899, p. 557.
[1103  
Theodore Whitefield Hunt. "Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard,' Stoke Pogis, was completed in 1750 and published in 1751, and has become an English classic, nothing superior to it as an elegy preceding it, so that to quote from it is invidious. Its 'curfew,' 'solemn stillness,' 'ivy-mantled tower,' 'rugged elms,' 'incense-breathing morn,' 'boast of heraldry,' and scores of similar allusions are now a vital part of English poetic reference, and at once suggest their author and time. The marvel that so profound a classical scholar could have written so choice a specimen of impassioned lyric is diminished when it is recalled that Spenser and Milton were his models." In his English meditative lyric, New York, Eaton & Mains, 1899, sm. 8vo, pp. 132-3.
[1103a  
P. A. Sillard. [On l. 35.] In The Athenaeum, Nov. 4, 1899, p. 621.
[1104  
W. Walker. [On l. 119.] In N. & Q., March 25, 1899, 9th ser. iii. 229.
[1105  
Replies: T. Bayne, May 13, p. 375; T. P. Armstrong, C. Lawrence Ford, same.

John Warren White. [On l. 35.] In The Athenaeum, Nov. 11, 1899, p. 655.
[1106  
Z. The ineligible "Elegy." In The Academy, Sept. 23, 1899, lvii. 312, Dec. 2, p. 620.
[1107  
Reply in The Dial, Nov. 16, 1899, xxvii. 349-51.

1900. The Athenaeum. [On the Fraser-Eton MS.] April 14, 1900, p. 467.
[1108  




153

Ernest Edwin Denney and Philip Lyddon-Roberts. Gray's Elegy, written in a country churchyard. A complete paraphrase. London. N. d. [1900]. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[1109  
8vo, pp. 9. Normal Tutorial Series.   BM (12201. d. 31/14)

— Gray's Elegy, written in a country churchyard. Parsed and analyzed. London. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[1110  
[1900.] 8vo, pp. 39.   BM (12201. d. 31/14)

Edward E. Morris. Wolfe and Gray's 'Elegy.' In The English Historical Rev., Jan., 1900, xv. 125-9.
[1111  
1901. Arthur George Doughty and George William Parmelee. [On Wolfe and the Elegy.] In their The siege of Quebec and the battle of the Plains of Abraham, Quebec, Dussault & Proulx, 1901, 8vo, iii. 30-31.
[1112  
1903. The Da[ily Globe (?)]. The land of the Elegy. Oct. 22, 1903, p. 12.
[1113  
Mary Lloyd. In her Elegies: ancient and modern, London, Unwin, 1903, 8vo, i. 65, 89 f., 95.
[1114  
1904. John Gerard. Wolfe and Gray's Elegy. In The Athenaeum, July 9, 1904, pp. 48-9.
[1115  
Defends the tradition; opposes Wood.

F. T. Richards. Gray's Elegy in Latin. In N. & Q., June 18, 1904, 10th ser. i. 487.
[1116  
Replies: W. C. B., July 30, ii. 92; John Pickford, pp. 99-3; E. Yardley, P. J. F. Gantillon, p. 93; Robert Pierpoint, Aug. 27, pp. 175-6.

William James Rolfe. [On MSS.] In The New York Times Sat. Rev., Oct. 22, 1904, p. 714.
[1116a  
William Wood. In his The fight for Canada, Westminster, Constable, 1904, 8vo, pp. 320-1 (the whole has pp. xxi, [1], 363).
[1117  
— Wolfe and Gray's Elegy. In The Athenaeum, July 2, Aug. 6, 1904, pp. 17, 177.
[1118  
The first letter appeared also in N. & Q., July 9, 1904, 10th ser. ii. 27.
Reply by John Gerard in The Athenaeum, July 9, pp. 48-9.

E. Yardley. [Similarities with Collins.] In N. & Q., May 7, June 4, 1904, 10th ser. i. 375, 456.
[1119  
1906. Holman S. Hall. A literary conundrum [on l. 6]. In The New England Mag., April, 1906, n. s. xxxiv. 187-95.
[1120  
Summary by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xlvi. 120.




154

Edward Payson Morton. The stanza of In memoriam. In Modern Language Notes, Dec., 1906, xxi. 229-31.
[1121  
William James Rolfe. [On Gray's Elegy.] In The New England Mag., July, 1906, n. s. xxxiv. 639-40.
[1122  
W. S. Gray's Elegy in Russian. In N. & Q., April 21, 1906, 10th ser. v. 306.
[1123  
Reply by Francis P. Marchant in same, May 5, p. 357.

Senga. Gray's 'Elegy': its translations. In N. & Q., June 2, 1906, 10th ser. v. 428.
[1124  
Replies: John Oxberry, June 16, p. 477; W. P. Courtney, June 30, p. 511.

Henry C. Shelley. The story of Gray's "Elegy." In The Bookman, Nov., 1906, xxiv. 230-43. 12 illustrations.
[1125  
1908. Albert Stanburrough Cook. "Awaits the inevitable hour." In The Nation, Nov. 19, 1908, lxxxvii. 491-2, and The Evening Post, Nov. 21, 1908.
[1126  
Ernst Richard Otto Daniel. In his William Shenstone's "Schoolmistress" und das Aufkommen des Kleinepos in der ne. Litteratur, Weimar, 1908, 8vo, p. 79 (the whole has pp. vi, 93, [1]).
[1127  
A Berlin diss.

Simon Newcomb. [On l. 35.] In The Nation, Nov. 5, 1908, lxxxvii. 437.
[1128  
William James Rolfe. Some curious misprints. In The Nation, Oct. 22, 1908, lxxxvii. 382-3.
[1129  
1909. B. L. R. C. Gray's Elegy and ploughing customs. In N. & Q., Oct. 16, 1909, 10th ser. xii. 309-10.
[1130  
On ll. 3, 4.
Replies by H. P. L. in same, Nov. 13, p. 389; by E. E. Street, pp. 389-90; by T. M. W., M. A. Oxon., J. S., Thos. Ratcliffe, and C. C. B., p. 390; by Thos. Bayne, pp. 390-1; by W. C. B., p. 391.

H. P. Johnson. In Modern Language Notes, Dec., 1909, xxiv. 259-60.
[1131  
Parallelism of stanzas 1, 6, 7, 16, 19 and Virgil's Georgics ii. 458-524.

R. A. Rice. A later Baconian. In The Nation, June 24, 1909, lxxxviii. 626.
[1132  
Merely a humorous skit "proving" that Francis Bacon wrote the Elegy.

Beckles Willson. In his The life and letters of James Wolfe, New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1909, 8vo, pp. 486-7.
[1133  




155

Defends the authenticity of the Wolfe anecdote. The book is rev. in The Nation, Dec. 5, 1910, xci. 580-1.

1910. Edward Salmon. On Wolfe and the Elegy. Cf. The Bookman, Feb., 1910, xxx. 549.
[1134  
1911. Edward Bensly. Gray's Elegy: translations and parodies. In N. & Q., July 29, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 90-92.
[1135  
Correction by J. R. Magrath in same, Aug. 19, p. 135.

Clark Sutherland Northup. Gray's Elegy: translations and parodies. In N. & Q., Jan. 28-Mar.l8, 1911, 11th ser. iii. 62-4, 144-5, 204-5.
[1136  
Replies: W. C. B., Francis P. Marchant, H. G. Ward, A. E. H. Swaen, p. 145; Edw. Bensly, July 29, iv. 90-2; C. W. Brodribb, Aug. 12, p. 135; L. R. M. Strachan, Aug. 24, 1912, vi. 157-8; W. B. H., Dec. 28, 1912, vi. 517.

1913. Maude Elma Kingsley. Examination questions on Gray's "Elegy." In Education, Sept., 1913, xxxiv. 51-2.
[1137  
Reprinted in her Outline Studies; see below.

— Outline Studies | in | Literature | Maude Elma Kingsley, A. M. | Gray's "Elegy" | Copyright 1913 by | The Palmer Company | 120 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass.
[1138  
16mo, pp. [ii], 17. Cover title-page. Outline Studies in Literature, no. 72.

P. A. McElwaine. Comus and Gray's Elegy: a parallel. In N. & Q., March 15, 1913, 11th ser. vii. 206.
[1139  
Replies by Edw. Bensly and Thomas Bayne, April 5, p. 277; by J. E. Latton Pickering, April 19, p. 318.

C. B. Mount. [On l. 2.] In N. & Q., April 5, 1913, 11th ser. vii. 270.
[1140  
Replies: Thos. Bayne, April 19, p. 316; A. C. C, pp. 316-17; L. B. F. and Thos. Ratcliffe, p. 317.

Elizabeth Webber. The tower of ivy—scene of Gray's "Elegy." In Education, March, 1913, xxxiii. 417-9.
[1141  
Reprinted in Maude E. Kingsley, Outline Studies in Literature, Gray's "Elegy," Boston, 1913, pp. 1-4.

Beckles Willson. General Wolfe and Gray's 'Elegy,' In The Nineteenth Century and After, April, 1913, lxxiii. 862-75.
[1142  
1914. M. S. Purnalingam Pillai. In his Studies and critiques, Madras, P. R. Rama Iyar & Co., [1914], sm. 8vo, pp. 90-5.
CU   [1142a  
1915. Clarissa Rinaker. In her Thomas Warton's poetry. In The Sewanee Rev., April, 1915, xxiii. 140-63.
[1143  
See especially pp. 140 f., 146, 154, 160, n. 23.




156

EPITAPH ON A CHILD

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 126-7. See no. 41.
[1144  

EPITAPH ON HIS MOTHER

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 228-9. See no. 13.
[1145  

Translations

French

1798. A. J. Lemierre d'Argy. In his ed. of the Poetical Works, 1798. See nos. 81, 343.
[1146  

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1146a  

EPITAPH ON MRS. JANE CLARKE

Editions

1763. An epitaph in a country church-yard in Kent. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, Dryden Leach, 1763, viii. 121.
[1147  
1772. In The new foundling hospital for wit, London, 1772, vi. 76-7. Apparently not in earlier eds.
[1148  
Same. In the new ed., 1784, vi. 277.
[1148a  
1774. In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1774, xliv. 487.
[1149  
1875. In W. Wordsworth, Prose works, ed. A. B. Grosart, London, 1876 [1875], 8vo, ii. 66-7.
[1149a  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1150  
Begins, Sous ce marbre muet et qui pleure.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1151  
Begins, Sous ce marbre muet qui pleure.




157

EPITAPH ON SIR WILLIAM WILLIAMS

Editions

1775. First published in Mason's ed., 1775, p. 62. See no. 13.
[1152  
In The Universal Mag., April, 1775, lvi. 208.
[1152a  
Epitaph on Sir William Peere Williams. In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1775, xlv. 245-6.
[1153  
In The Monthly Rev., Aug., 1775, liii. 103-4.
[1154  

Translations

French

1798. A. J. Lemierre d'Argy. 1798. See nos. 81, 343.
[1155  
Begins, C'est ici que le premier dans la carrière dangereuse de la renommée.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. See no. 348.
[1155a  

ESSAY ON NORMAN ARCHITECTURE

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 98-103, as Architectura gothica. See no. 18.
[1156  

Criticism

1909. Clark Sutherland Northup. 1909. See no. 1962.
[1156a  

ESSAY ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF LORD BOLINGBROKE

Editions

1775. First published in The Universal Mag., April, 1775, lvi. 171-3.
[1156b  
1814. Next published in Mathias's ed., 1814, i. 370-4. See no. 18.
[1157  




158

1850. Also in Creasy's Eminent Etonians, 1850, pp. 322-5, and (1159) 1876, pp. 358-61.
[1158-9  
1904. Also in Letters, ed. Tovey, 1904, ii. 43-6. See no. 1226.
[1160  

Translations

German

1868. In Döring, pp. 409-10. See no. 1764.
[1161  

A FAREWELL TO FLORENCE

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, p. 115. See no. 13.
[1162  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1163  

THE FATAL SISTERS

Editions

1768. First published in 1768. See no. 52.
[1164  
1771. The fatal sisters. In The London Mag., Jan., 1771, xl. 51.
[1165  
1808. In The Port Folio, Aug. 6, 1808, n. s. vi. 92-4, with the Latin original.
[1166  
1810. Sir Henry Rowley Bishop. Twelve original English glees for three, four or five voices, etc. No. 3. The fatal sisters. London. [1810?] .Obl. fol.   BM (Mus. E. 643. a)
[1167  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1168  
Begins, A présent que l'orage commence à fondre.

Italian

1813. Davide Bertolotti. 1813. See no. 355.
[1169  
Begins, Gia già rugge l'orribil procella.




159

Latin

1870. Hans William Sotheby. Stanzas 8-12. In Sertum carthusianum, ed. Wm. Haig Brown, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell & Co., 1870, pp. 244-5.
[1170  

Criticism

1808. Henry Mackenzie. Introduction to Gray's Fatal sisters. In his Works, Edinburgh, Constable, etc., 1808, sm. 8vo, viii. 63-7.
CU   [1170a  
Eighteen quatrains in the metre of FS.

FRAGMENT OF A LATIN POEM ON THE GAURUS

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, pp. 105-8. See no. 13.
[1171  

Translations

English

1775. Translation of a fragment written in Latin by the celebrated Mr. Gray. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1775, xlv. 339.
[1172  
Begins, On the fam'd shore where fierce volcanos glow. Reprinted in The poetical works of Thomas Gray, London, 1799, pp. 109-11 (see no. 84), and in The Port Folio, Sept. 12, 1807, n. s. iv. 162-3.

1807. Another translation of vv. 40-61 appeared in The Port Folio, Sept. 12, 1807, n. s. iv. 161-2.
[1173  

German

1776. C. W. Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1173a  

FRAGMENTS

Editions

1915. First published by Toynbee in his Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West, and Ashton, 1915, i. 93-4. See nos. 50a, 1248.
[1173b  




160

GENERIC CHARACTERS OF THE ORDERS OF INSECTS

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 570-3. See no. 18.
[1174  

GEOGRAPHICAL NOTES

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 181-289. See no. 18.
[1175  

GOTHI

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 104-10. See no. 18.
[1176  

HISTORY

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 119-21. See no. 18.
[1177  

HISTRIO ET SALTATIO

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 111-9. See no. 18.
[1178  

HYMENEAL ON THE MARRIAGE OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES

Editions

1736. In Gratulatio academiae cantabrigiensis auspicatissimas Frederici Walliae principis et Augustae principissae Saxo-Gothae nuptias celebrantis, Cantab., Typis Acad., 1736, fol.
[1179  




161

1807. Also in The Port Folio, Sept. 19, 1807, n. s. iv. 178-9.
[1180  

HYMN TO ADVERSITY

Editions

1753. First published in 1753. See no. 178.
[1181  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1182  
Begins, Fille de Jupiter, puissance impitoyable.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1183  
Begins, Toi qui du juste et du coupable.

German

1770. Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter. Auf die Wiederwärtigkeit. In Musenalmanach auf das Jahr 1770, Göttingen, 1770, sm. 8vo, pp. 141-5.
[1183a  
Begins, O du, dem Jupiter gebohrne.
Reprinted in Carl Redlich's reprint of the Musenalmanach, Stuttgart, Göschen, 1894 (Deutsche Litteraturdenkmale des 18. u. 19. Jhs. 49/50), sm. 8vo, pp. 76-8.

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1184  

Italian

1784. M. Lastri. 1784. See no. 352.
[1185  
Begins, Figlia di Jiove, inesorabil Nume.

1813. Davide Bertolotti. 1813. See no. 355.
[1186  
Begins, Figlia di Giove, non placabil dea. 1847.
Also in Poemi di T. Gray trad. da varii, Venezia, Antonelli, 1847.

Latin

1841. Lord Lyttelton. Stanzas 1, 2. In Arundines Cami, Cambridge, The University Press, 1841, English, p. 4, Latin, p. 5.
[1187  
In same, 6th edition, 1875, edited Henry John Hodgson, English, p. 6, Latin, p. 7.

Portuguese

1799. Anonymous. 1799. See no. 208.
[1188  
Begins, Filha de Jove, dira Potestade.




162

Parodies

1806. Mr. Seward. Ode to the German drama. In The Port Folio, Feb. 15, 1806, n. s. i. 92.
[1189  
Begins, Daughter of night, chaotic Queen! 6 stanzas.
Reprinted by Edward Ziegler Davis in his Translations of German poetry in American magazines, 1905, pp. 159-60.

Criticism

1795. Occasioned by reading Mr. Gray's Hymn to Adversity. In The Universal Mag,, Aug., 1795, xcvii. 127.
[1189a  
Ten stanzas in the metre of the Elegy.

HYMN TO IGNORANCE

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, life, pp. 175-7. See no. 13.
[1190  
1776. In The Monthly Rev., July, 1776, liii. 6.
[1191  

Translations

German

1776. C. W. Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1191a  

IMITATED FROM PROPERTIUS Lib. III. Eleg. 5, v. 1, 2

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 151. See no. 41.
[1192  

IMITATION OF MARTIAL

Editions

1801. In Edmund C. Mason, Anecdote of Gray. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1801, lxxi. 591.
[1193  
Not in Gosse's edition, 1884, and apparently never reprinted.




163

Translations

Greek

1801. Gilbert West. Reprinted by Edmund C. Mason, ib.
[1194  
Begins, [Greek line (omitted)]

IMPROMPTU, SUGGESTED BY A VIEW, IN 1766, OF THE SEAT AND RUINS OF A DECEASED NOBLEMAN, AT KINGSGATE, KENT

Editions

1769. Inscription for a villa of a decayed statesman on the seacoast. In The new foundling hospital for wit, London, 1769, iii. 34-5.
[1195  
1777. Stanzas 1-3. Verses by the late Mr. Gray, on seeing Lord H—ll—d's seat at Kingsgate. In The Gentleman's Mag., 1777, Supplement, xlvii. 624.
[1196  
1778. Stanzas 4-6. Verses by Mr. Gray on seeing Lord H.'s seat at East Kent. In same, Feb., 1778, xlviii. 88.
[1197  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 173.
[1197a  
1906. Also in The Classical Rev., Dec., 1906, xx. 475.
[1198  

Translations

Latin

1906. R. C. Seaton. In The Classical Rev., Dec., 1906, xx. 475.
[1199  

Criticism

1782. Adurfi. Corrections of Gray's Impromptu. In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1782, lii. 39.
[1200  
Crito. [Another correction.] In same, Feb., p. 75.
[1201  

IMPROMPTUS

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 140-1. See no. 41.
[1202  




164

IN D: 29AM MAII

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 166. See no. 41.
[1203  

IN 5TAM NOVEMBRIS

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 167. See no. 41.
[1204  

INEDITED SONNET

1817. Inedited sonnet, by Gray. In The Literary Gazette, and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Feb. 8, 1817, i. 43.
[1204a  
The editor begins, Spite of conviction I insert this item here merely for convenience without committing myself as to the ascription.   HU, YU

Criticism

1817. General Fitzpatrick. Answer to the sonnet of Gray in our last number. By the late General Fitzpatrick. In The Literary Gazette, Feb. 15, 1817, i. 59.
[1204b  
Begins, Thyrsis will return no more. 2 stanzas.   HU, YU

INSCRIPTION FOR A WOOD ADJOINING A PARK

Editions

1775. Included in Gray's letter to West, May 27, 1742. First pub. by Mason, 1775, Life, p. 152. See no. 13.
[1205  
1804. In George Huddesford, editor, The Wiccamical chaplet, London, Leigh, Sotheby & Son, 1804, pp. 52-3, with two English translations.
CU   [1206  
1814. In Mathias's ed., 1814, i. 269-70. See no. 18.
[1207  
1900. In the Letters, ed. Tovey, 1900, i. 104. See no. 1226.
[1208  
1911. In Essays and criticisms, ed. Northup, 1911, p. 140, with an English translation, p. 332. See no. 336.
[1209  




165

Translations

English

1804. In George Huddesford, editor, The Wiccamical chaplet, 1804, p. 53. See no. 1206.
[1210  
Rash Hunter, hence—nor pass this hallow'd mound,
    To Dian's haunt a sacrilegious wrong:
Hence!—know here only chaunts her sacred Hound
    In eccho [sic] to the wood-nymph's mountain song.

In same, p. 53.
[1210a  
Stop, Hunter! nor this hallow'd wood profane—
    Where only Dian leads her sacred hounds,
And the sweet shouting of the Oread Train,
    In eccho to her full-tongued pack resounds.

1911. Clark S. Northup. 1911. See nos. 336, no. 1209.
[1211  

German

1776. C. W. Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1211a  

JOURNAL IN FRANCE, 1739

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 235-46. See no. 41.
[1212  

JOURNAL IN THE LAKES

Editions

1775. Sent in letters to Dr. Wharton, Oct. 18, 1769, April 18, 1770. In Mason's ed., 1775, Life, pp. 350-80. See no. 13.
[1213  
1803. Sketch of a tour from Lancaster, round the principal lakes in Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmorland. To which is added, Mr. Gray's Journal. Carlisle. F. Jollie. 1803.
[1214  
12mo, pp. 48. Map. Gray's letter of Oct. 18, 1769, pp. 11-48.   BM (19314. aa. 40. (3))

1814. In Mathias's ed., 1814, i. 447-72. See no. 18.
[1215  
1888. Journal from Keswick to Kendal. In English prose from Maundeville to Thackeray; chosen and edited by Arthur Galton, London, 1888, pp. 227-9.
[1216  
The Camelot Series, no. 30.




166

Translations

German

1776. C. W. Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1216a  

Criticism

1781. C—. Remarks on the various descriptions of the Northern lakes, with an account of the Houk at Caldbeck, in Cumberland. In The Universal Mag., July, 1781, lxix. 45-7.
[1216b  
1787. James Clarke. A survey of the lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. Printed at Penrith. Sold by Robson, London. 1787.
[1217  
Fol., pp. 235. Boards. Price, £2 5s.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Dec., 1789, lxxxi. 494-501; on Gray, see pp. 498-9.

1881. George Milner. In his The literature and scenery of the English Lake District. In Papers of the Manchester Lit. Club, March, 1881, vii. 244-50.
[1218  
Read March 28, 1881.

1894. Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley. In his Literary associations of the English lakes, London, Macmillan, 1894, 8vo, 2 vols., passim.
[1219  
Rev. by T. Hutchinson in The Academy, July 28, 1894, xlvi. 59-60.

1900. B. A. Redfern. Thomas Gray and the discovery of the Lake Country [abstract]. In Papers of the Manchester Lit. Club xxvi. 448.
[1220  
Read Jan. 8, 1900.

1907. William Sharp. In his Literary geography, London, The Pall Mall Press, 1907, 4to (the whole has pp. xvi, 248).
[1221  

A JOURNEY IN HADES

Editions

1915. First published by Toynbee in his Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West, and Ashton, 1915, i. 13-15. See nos. 50a, 1248.
[1221a  




167

LACEDAEMON

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii, 123-5. See no. 18.
[1222  

LATIN POEMS

Editions

1890. A group of seven poems under this title was first published by Tovey in 1890, in his Gray and his friends, pp. 293-301. See no. 45.
[1223  
Contents. 1. From the Greek. Begins, Fertur Aristophanis fatorum arcana rogatum. 14 lines. 2. [Imitated from the Greek] of Bassus. Begins, Non ego, cum malus urit amor, Iovis induor arma. 4 lines. 3. Begins, Oh ubi colles, ubi Faesularum. 8 lines. 4. Begins, Gratia magna tuae fraudi quod Pectore, Nice. 56 lines. 5. Begins, Oh! nimium felix! cura et discordibus armis. 15 lines. 6. A free translation of Gilbert Cowper's ode, Away, let nought to Love displeasing. Begins, Vah, tenero quodcunque potest obsistere amori. 32 lines. 7. Early alcaics of Gray. Begins, O Tecta, Mentis dulcis amor meae. 44 lines. A paraphrase of Psalm 84.

LETTERS

Editions

1775. Many were first published in Mason's edition, 1775, Life. See no. 13.
[1223a  
1819. The | British prose writers. | Vol. XII. | Gray's Letters. | London: | Published by John Sharpe, | Piccadilly. | 1819-21.
[1224  
24mo, 2 vols. Printed by T. Davison. Engr. t.-p., which has a picture of a bust of Gray, "engraved from an . . . al [original?] bust by G. Murray," with the date 1819.   BNR, NYP, HU

1820. Letters | of | Thomas Gray. | Two volumes in one. | Boston: | Wells and Lilly, Court-Street. | 1820.
[1225  
Sq. 16mo, pp. [iv], 244, 235. Select Edition of the British Prose Writers, volume iv.   HU

1900. The letters | of | Thomas Gray | including the correspondence | of Gray and Mason | edited by | Duncan C. Tovey | editor of "Gray and his friends," etc. | Vol. I | [Publisher's emblem.] | London | George Bell and Sons | 1900 |
[1226  




168

8vo, 3 vols. Bohn's Standard Library. Volume ii., 1904. Volume iii., 1912.
Reviews: Volume i. in N. & Q., Dec. 29, 1900, 9th ser. vi. 520; The Academy, Jan. 26, 1901, lx. 79-80; volume ii. by A. Birrell in The Spectator, Oct. 29, 1904, xciii. 638-9; same in Littell's Living Age ccxlv. 818; N. & Q., Nov. 5, 1904, 10th ser. ii. 379; volume iii. in The Athenaeum, Oct. 12, 1912, p. 412, Oct. 26, p. 470; vols. i.-iii. in The Saturday Rev., Nov. 16, 1912, cxiv. 620.

Selections

1775. The letters to Wharton, Aug. 8, 1749, to Clarke, Aug. 12, 1760, and to Mason, March 28, 1767 (Tovey, nos. 86, 208, 296), were printed in The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1775, xlv. 289-90
[1227  
1798. Letters from the Hon. Horace Walpole to Thomas Gray, from the year 1753 to the year 1768: with some letters in answer from Mr. Gray. In The works of Horatio Walpole, London, 1798, 4to, v. 351-80. Letters from Thomas Gray to the Hon. Horace Walpole. In same, pp. 381-404.
[1227a  
Portrait of Gray after Eckhardt.

1799. Letters written from various parts of the Continent, between the years 1785 and 1794: containing a variety of anecdotes relating to the present state of literature in Germany, and to celebrated German literati. With an appendix in which are included three letters of Gray's, never before published in this country. Translated from the German of Frederick Matthisson, by Anne Plumptre. London. Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees. 1799.
[1228  
8vo, pp. xvi, 544. Gray, pp. 533-7 (= Tovey, nos. 359, 364, 365). These letters were printed at Zürich, 1795, 8vo, 2 vols. The Matthisson letters were addressed to Vonkopken of Magdeburg.   HU, BM (1049. h. 3)
Miss Plumptre's volume was reviewed in The European Mag., July, 1799, xxxvi. 41; in The British Critic, Sept., 1799, xiv. 247-50.

The letters to Bonstetten were reprinted in The European Mag., June, 1799, xxxv. 378-80, and (1230) in The British Critic, Sept., 1799, xiv. 248-50.
[1229-30  
1805. The letters to Count Algarotti, Sept. 9, 1763, and to Howe, London, Nov., 1763 (Tovey, nos. 254, 257), were communicated by J. O. to The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1805, lxxv. 9-10, 11-2.
[1231  
1825. The letters to Bonstetten were printed in Matthisson's Schriften, Ausgabe letzter Hand, Zürich, 1825, i. 257 ff.
[1231a  
Cf. Briefe von Bonstetten und Matthisson, Zürich, 1827, p. 267.




169

1839. The letters to Walpole, Sept., 1737, to Wharton, Aug. 13, 1746, and to Nicholls, Nov. 19, 1764 (Tovey, nos. 8, 66, 264), were printed in Robert Aris Willmott, Letters of eminent persons; selected and arranged by Robert A. Willmott, London, John W. Parker, 1839, 8vo, pp. 24-5, 179-88 (the whole has pp. 440).
[1232  
Rev. in The Church of England Quarterly Rev., Oct., 1839, vi. 440-6.

1843. The correspondence of Thomas Gray and the Rev. Norton Nicholls with other pieces hitherto unpublished. Edited by the Rev. John Mitford. 1843. See no. 31.
[1233  
1846. Extracts from the letters to Walpole on Eloise and Émile (Tovey, nos. 215, 253, 266) were quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1846, n. s. xxv. 579-80.
[1234  
1847. The letters on Mason's Caractacus were quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1847, n. s. xxviii. 452-3.
[1235  
1853. The correspondence | of | Thomas Gray and William Mason, | to which are added | some letters addressed by Gray | to the Rev. James Brown, D. D. | Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge. | With notes and illustrations | by the Rev. John Mitford, | Vicar of Benhall. | London: | Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. | 1853.
[1236  
8vo, pp. xxxviii, [2], 488.   COLU, HU, B, ALE, BKB
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Oct. 29, 1853, pp. 1287-9; in The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1853, n. s. xl. 588-94; by William Caldwell Roscoe in The Prospective Rev., Aug., 1854, x. 369-406 (in which, pp. 377-80, the three letters to Bonstetten are reprinted). Part of this was reprinted in his Poems and essays, London, Chapman & Hall, 1860, 8vo, ii. 169-80.

1854. W. C. Roscoe, in The Prospective Rev., Aug., 1854, x. 377-80. See no. 1236.
[1237  
1855. The correspondence | of | Thomas Gray and William Mason, | with letters | to the Rev. James Brown, D. D. | Master of Pembroke College. | Edited | by the Rev. John Mitford. | Second edition, | with additional illustrations. | London: | Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, | Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty. | 1855.
[1238  
8vo, pp. xxxviii, 546.   NYP, COLU

The additional matter in no. 1238 was also issued separately, pp. iii, 486-546, for binding with the first edition. Title, Additional notes to the Correspondence of Gray and Mason.
B   [1239  




170

1867. Selections. In Charles Knight, Half-hours with the best letter-writers and autobiographers, London, Routledge, 1867, 8vo, pp. 63-86.
[1240  
Includes extracts from Tovey, nos. 4, 7, 8, 19, 42, 48, 63, 92, 158, 167, 171, 264, 283, 347.

Selections. In Joseph Payne, Studies in English prose, London, Crosby Lockwood & Co., 1867, 8vo.
[1240a  
To N. Nicholls, Nov. 19, 1764, and to Wharton (Journal), Oct. 8, 1769 (in part) (Tovey, nos. 264, 354). In the 2d edition, 1881, pp. 334-7.

1880. The letters to his mother, April 15, 1740, and to Wharton, Oct. 18, 1769 (the part describing Grasmere-Water; Tovey, nos. 35, 351) were reprinted in Relfe Bros.' Model Reading-Books, no. vi., London, [1880], pp. 430-2.
CU   [1241  
1887. Three letters to John Chute (Tovey, nos. 49, 121, 244) were first printed in Chaloner William Chute, History of the Vyne in Hampshire, London, Simpkin, 1887, 4to.
[1242  
Reprinted in D. C. Tovey, Gray and his friends, pp. 173-85.

1899. Letters | of | Thomas Gray | Selected | with a biographical notice | by | Henry Milnor Rideout | [Publisher's emblem.] | Boston | Small, Maynard & Company | 1899.
[1243  
Sm. 8vo, pp. xxx, [2], 222. Portrait.   NYP

1909. Extracts from the letters to Wharton Sept. 18, 1754, to Mason, March 18, 1767, to Walpole, Feb. 25, 1768, to Bonstetten, April 12, 1770 (= Tovey, nos. 114, 296, 324, 359) in The best of the world's classics, restricted to prose, ed. Henry Cabot Lodge, New York, Funk & Wagnalls Co., [1909], 16mo, iv. 141-8.
[1244  
1911. Selections. In Raymond M. Alden, Readings in English prose of the eighteenth century, Boston, The Houghton Mifflin Co., 1911, 8vo, pp. 324-30.
[1245  
Tovey, nos. 55, 92, 101, 114, 156, 171, 198, 202 (part), 324.

Selections. In Annie Barnett and Lucy Dale, An anthology of Modern English verse (1741 to 1892), New York, Longmans, 1911, 8vo, pp. 46-51.
[1246  
Tovey, nos. 4, 73 (extract), 156 (extract), 171, 173.

1912. The letters to Walpole, Feb. 11, 1751, and to Mason, July 23, 1759 (Tovey, nos. 92, 188), in Hedley V. Taylor, Letters of the great writers from the time of Spenser to the time of Wordsworth, London, Blackie, 1912, sm. 8vo, pp. 164-7, 339-40.
[1246a  




171

1914. The letters to West, May 20, 1740, May 27, 1742, to Walpole, Sept., 1737, March 1, 1747, Feb. 11, 1751, to Mason, Dec. 19, 1757, to Wharton, Aug. 26, 1766 (= Tovey, nos. 7, 38, 55, 74, 92, 156, 284) in Selected English letters (xv.-xix. centuries) arranged by M. Duckitt & H. Wragg, London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1914, 16mo, pp. 158-69.
[1247  
1915. The | correspondence | of | Gray, Walpole, West | and Ashton | (1734-1771) | including more than one hundred letters | now first published | chronologically arranged and edited with | introduction, notes, and index | by | Paget Toynbee, M.A. D.Litt. | In two volumes | with portraits and facsimiles | Vol. I. 1734-1740 | Oxford | At the Clarendon Press | 1915 |
[1248  
8vo, 2 vols. Frontispiece portrait, 6 portraits, and 6 facsimiles. Announced in The Athenaeum, March 14, 1914, p. 383. Some extracts in The Periodical, Dec., 1915, v. 231-5. Includes 248 letters, of which 111 (88 by Gray) are printed for the first time; the latter come from the collection of the late Sir Francis E. Waller, Bart., of Woodcote, Warwick, England. There are also some hitherto unpublished poems and translations by Gray and West.

Selections from some letters are printed in Catalogue of valuable books, manuscripts and autograph letters comprising . . . relics & unpublished letters of Thomas Gray the poet, the property of Mrs. Turpin. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge . . . on Wednesday, the 7th of July, 1915, and following day, [London, 1915], 8vo, pp. 39-41.
[1249  
These excerpts were reprinted in The New York Times, June 27, 1915, p. 7.
[1250  
Fourteen letters in Familiar letters English and American, chosen and edited with introduction and notes by Edwin Greenlaw, Chicago, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1915, sm. 8vo, pp. 19, 25-6, 74-96, 292-4.
[1250a  
Tovey, nos. 19, 24, 45, 173, 205, 206, 208, 230, 235, 236, 256, 268, 279, 296. The Lake English Classics.

Single Letters

1775. The letter to West, July 16, 1740 (Tovey, no. 42). In The Universal Mag., July, 1775, lvii. 25-6.
[1250b  
1784. To James Bentham, c. 1765 (in Tovey, iii. 341-4). In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1784, liv. 243-5.
[1251  




172

1803. To William Robinson, Oct. 10, 1763 (Tovey, no. 256). In The Gentleman's Mag., Dec., 1803, lxxiii. 1107.
[1252  
1805. To Beattie, July 2, 1770 (Tovey, no. 369). Most of it quoted in Censura literaria, London, 1805, i. 57-8.
[1253  
1806. To Beattie, March 8, 1771 (Tovey, no. 379). In Sir William Forbes, Life of James Beattie, Edinburgh, Constable, 1806, 4to, i. 197-202, 1807, 8vo, pp. 136-9.
[1254  
Also in Beauties selected from the writings of James Beattie, LL. D., London, 1809, 8vo, pp. 3-26, printed as notes to passages in The minstrel i.
[1255  
The book is reviewed in The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1809, lxxix. 1052; in The British Critic, Sept., 1809, xxxiv. 314.

1808. To Christopher Anstey, 1762 (not in Tovey). In Anstey's Works, London, 1808, introduction, pp. xv-xvi.
[1256  
1818. To Count Algarotti, Sept. 9, 1763 (Tovey, no. 254). In Blackwood's Mag., Oct., 1818, iv. 38-40.
[1257  
1823. To Walpole, Feb. 25, 1768 (Tovey, no. 324; in part). In Charles Alfred Stothard, Fragments of an essay on the painted chamber; memoirs by Mrs. Stothard, London, Longman, 1823, 8vo, pp. 325-6, 524 (the whole has pp. vii, 497, port.).
[1258  
1840. The letter to West, April 16, 1740 (finishing Walpole's, Tovey, no. 36) in J. Wright's ed. of Walpole's Letters, 1840, i. 40-1; (1260) in Cunningham's ed., 1857, i. 40-1; (1261) in Mrs. Toynbee's ed., 1903, i. 58-9.
[1259-61  
1891. To James Brown, Oct. 22, 1761 (Tovey, no. 232). Printed by E. Gosse in The Athenaeum, Feb. 21, 1891, p. 251.
[1262  
1899. To R. Dodsley, c. 1768. Partly printed by A. Glover in The Athenaeum, March 18, 1899, p. 338. Not in Tovey.
[1263  
1904. To Beattie, Oct. 2, 1765 (Tovey, no. 278). In Margaret Forbes, Beattie and his friends, Westminster, Constable, 1904, 8vo, pp. 27-8.
[1264  
1909. The letter to Walpole, Sept., 1737 (Tovey, no. 8), in W. J. & C. W. Dawson, The great English letter-writers, New York, Revell, [1909], i. 98 f.
[1264a  
In the London edition, Hodder & Stoughton, 1909, 8vo, i. 104-5.   NYP

1915. To N. Nicholls, June 24, 1769 (Tovey, no. 347). In The Christian Science Monitor, July 24, 1915, vii. 203. 19.
[1265  




173

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1265a  
1868. Heinrich Döring. Extracts from many were translated by Döring in Ersch and Gruber, Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Kunste, Leipzig, 1868, 1. Section, 88. Teil, pp. 392-416.
[1266  

Italian

1898. Gioacchino Maruffi. Lettere dall' Italia. Saggio di traduzione per cura di Gioacchino Maruffi. Palermo. Tip. Fratelli Vena. 1898.
[1267  
16mo, pp. 56. Price, L. 2.   BNF
Rev. in Gior. storico della lett. ital. xxxii. 252.

Criticism

1807. James Beattie. His opinion of Gray's letters, 1798, is quoted in Censura literaria, London, 1807, iii. 133.
[1268  
1821. Noemon. On Gray's opinion of Collins [Tovey, no. 72], with a sonnet from Costanzo. In The London Mag., July, 1821, iv. 13-6.
[1269  
1843. The Gentleman's Magazine. Sept., 1843, n. s. xx. 227-8.
[1270  
1847. William Alfred Jones. Gray and Cowper. In his Literary studies, New York, Edward Walker, 1847, 8vo, ii. 58-61.
COLU   [1271  
1875. All the Year Round. In Letters and letter-writers. Dec. 4, 1875, n. s. xxxv. 228-9.
[1272  
1877. The Athenaeum. March 17, 1877, pp. 352-3.
[1273  
1888. George Dawson. In his Letter-writing and famous letter-writers. In Shakespeare and other lectures, London, 1888, 8vo, pp. 244-5.
CU   [1274  
1891. John Cann Bailey. Gray and his letters. In Murray's Mag., April, 1891, ix. 471-87.
[1275  
Reprinted in Littell's Living Age clxxxix. 367 ff., and in Bailey's Studies in some famous letters, London, Thos. Burleigh, 1899, 8vo, pp. 34-66 (the whole has pp. vii, [3], 308).   HU
Bailey is reviewed in The Academy, April 8, 1899, lvi. 406.

Edmund W. Gosse. Relics of Gray. In The Athenaeum, Feb. 21, 1891, pp. 250-51.
[1276  




174

1895. Andrew Lang. St. Germain the deathless. In The Athenaeum, Feb. 9, 1895, p. 184.
[1277  
On Tovey, no. 202.

1899. Arnold Glover. A Gray MS. In The Athenaeum, March 18, 1899, p. 338.
[1278  
1903. William Francis Prideaux. Fawkener and Crewe. In N. & Q., Nov. 21, 1903, 9th ser. xii. 401-3.
[1278a  
On an allusion in the letter to Wharton of April 22, 1760 (Tovey, no. 200).

1904. The Athenaeum. March 5, 1904, p. 306.
[1279  
1905. Augustine Birrell. In The Speaker, June, 1905.
[1280  
Reprinted in Littell's Living Age, June 24, 1905, ccxlv. 818-20.

Huger Jervey. In his Letter-writing and some letter-writers. In The Sewanee Rev., July, 1905, xiii. 352-66.
[1281  
Reed Moyer. The letters of Gray, Walpole, and Cowper. In The Sewanee Rev., July, 1905, xiii. 367-76.
[1282  
Helen Toynbee. Two identifications in Gray"'s letters. In The Athenaeum, May 20, June 3, 1905, pp. 624, 690.
[1283  
1907. Duncan Crookes Tovey. In N. & Q., July 27, 1907, 10th ser. viii. 68.
[1284  
1912. M. D. [On Tovey, no. 58.] In The Athenaeum, Nov. 23, 1912, p. 628.
[1284a  
Henry Littledale. Gray and old plays. In The Athenaeum, Dec. 7, 1912, p. 691.
[1285  
1913. *Paul Elmer More. In The Nation, June 12, 1913, xcvi. 592-5.
[1286  
1914. Paget Toynbee. Oriental names mentioned by Gray. In N. & Q., July 4, 1914, 11th ser. x. 10.
[1287  
Replies: H. H. Johnson, July 18, p. 53; Constance Russell, same; L. L. K., Aug. 22, p. 158.

— Cramputius, Simplicia, Q. Crassus Tubero, the Genie Jonquil, Mademoiselle Quimbeau. In N. & Q., June 27, 1914, 11th ser. ix. 509.
[1287a  
Reply by E. Bensly, Oct. 3, x. 274.

— [Quotations and allusions in Gray's letters.] In N. & Q., Aug. 22, 1914, 11th ser. x. 150.
[1287b  
Replies: J. F. Scheltema, Sept. 5, p. 194; W. F. Prideaux, pp. 194-5; A. R. Bayley and S. B., p. 195; F. W. S. and C. C. B., Sept. 12, p. 218; A. Collingwood Lee, Sept. 19, p. 236; L. L. K., Sept. 26, p. 256; Edw. Bensly, Oct. 10, pp. 295-6.




175

*Thomas Herbert Warren. The letters of Thomas Gray. In The Quarterly Rev., April, 1914, ccxx. 390-413.
[1287c  

THE LIBERTY OF GENIUS

Editions

1882. Planned about 1754-5. Only a fragment of the argument remains, which is quoted by Gosse, in his biography, pp. 121-2.
[1288  

LIFE OF SIR THOMAS WYATT, THE ELDER

Editions

1772. Life of Sir Thomas Wyat, the Elder. Copied by Thomas Gray from Harleian MSS. In Miscellaneous Antiquities, no. ii, Strawberry Hill, 1772, pp. 1-54.
BM (G. 984. (1))   [1289  
500 copies printed.

LITERAE

Editions

1814. First printed in Mathias's edition, 1814, ii. 111-4. See no. 18.
[1290  
Reprinted in The Classical Journal xi. 184-6.
[1291  

A LONG STORY

Editions

1753. First published in 1753 (see no. 178), but not reprinted in Gray's lifetime.
[1292  
1781. In Johnson, Prefaces, London, 1781, x. Gray, pp. 37-48.
[1293  
1813. In [John Penn,] An historical and descriptive account of Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire, London, Bulmer, 1813, 8vo, pp. 23-32.
BM (G. 16211)   [1294  
1909. Reprinted by Henry Frowde, 1909, from Six poems, etc., 1753, with the Poems of 1768.
[1295  




176

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1296  
Begins, Dans l'île Britannique, n'importe en quel endroit.

Criticism

1801. Henry James Pye. More of the sequel of A long story. Discovered in the year 1801. In Verses on several subjects, written in the vicinity of Stoke Park, in 1801.
[1297  
Also in Penn's Account of Stoke Park, pp. 63-7.

1813. John Penn. Part of the sequel of A long story. Discovered in the year 1783. In [John Penn,] An historical and descriptive account of Stoke Park, 1813, pp. 51-9.
[1298  
Also in his Original poems, imitations, and translations i. 75, and in Hakewell's History of Windsor.

LUNA HABITABILIS

Editions

1755. In Musae etonenses, London, 1755, 8vo, ii. 107.
[1299  
1821. Contributed by Omicron to The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1821, xci. 2. 315-6.
[1300  

MARGINALIA

Editions

1812. Note by Gray on a MS. of Negotiations of Wolsey. In Nichols, Literary anecdotes of the eighteenth century, London, 1812, ii. 632-3.
[1301  
1814. A specimen of some illustrations of the Systema naturae of Linnaeus. In Mathias's edition, 1814, ii. 49-80.
[1302  
1846. Some are quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1846, n. s. xxv. 29-33.
[1303  
1848. Notes on London [marginalia to Dodsley's Environs of London]. Printed by the reviewer of J. H. Jesse's Literary and historical memorials of London. In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1848, n. s. xxix. 20-3.
[1304  




177

1849. On Cyropaedia and on Isocrates. In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1849, n. s. xxxii. 340-3.
[1305  
1903. Notes on the Systema naturae of Linnanis. In Charles Eliot Norton, The poet Gray as a naturalist, Boston, 1903. See no. 1919.
[1306  
Concerning these notes, see John F. M. Dovaston, Fate of Gray's MSS. on insects, in The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1815, lxxxv. 1. 293. Gray's copy of Linnaeus is now in the Harvard University Library.

1912. Harry Clemons. 1912. See no. 1980a.
[1306a  

Criticism

1864. J. M. O. In N. & Q., Nov. 19, 1864, 3d ser. vi. 426.
[1307  

MISCELLANEA CLASSICA

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 126-31. See no. 18.
[1308  

NOTES OF TRAVEL

Editions

1890. First published by Tovey, 1890, in Gray and his friends, pp. 201-65. See no. 45.
[1309  

NOTES ON ARISTOPHANES

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 132-80. See no. 18.
[1310  
1824. The argument to The birds is reprinted with slight alterations by H. F. Cary in his translation of The birds of Aristophanes, London, Taylor & Hessey, 1824, pp. xxi-xxxvi. See also his notes passim.
BM (998. i. 6)   [1311  

NOTES ON PLATO

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 297-547. See no. 18.
[1312  




178

1854. A large selection was reprinted in George Burges's translation of Plato, London, Bohn, 1854, vi. 405-506.
[1313  
1884. Reprinted by Gosse, 1884. See no. 41.
[1314  
1911. The section on Phaedo was reprinted by Northup, 1911. See no. 336.
[1315  

OBSERVATIONS ON ENGLISH METRE

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 1-30. See no. 18.
[1316  
1884. Reprinted by Gosse, 1884. See no. 41.
[1317  
1911. Reprinted by Northup, 1911. See no. 336.
[1318  

OBSERVATIONS ON THE PSEUDO-RHYTHMUS

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 31-43. See no. 18.
[1319  
1884. Reprinted by Gosse, 1884. See no. 41.
[1320  
1911. Reprinted by Northup, 1911. See no. 336.
[1321  

OBSERVATIONS ON THE USE OF RHYME

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 44-54.
[1322  
1884. Reprinted by Gosse, 1884. See no. 41.
[1323  
1911. Reprinted by Northup, 1911. See no. 336.
[1324  

ODE ATTRIBUTED TO GRAY

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 205-207. See no. 41.
[1325  
Now known to be by Walpole. See Letter no. 51 in Toynbee (no. 1248).




179

ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE

Editions

1747. An | ode | on a | distant prospect | of | Eton College. | [Emblem.] | London: | Printed for R. Dodsley at Tully's Head in Pall-mall; and | sold by M. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-noster Row. 1747. | (Price six-pence.)
[1326  
Fol., pp. 8.   BM (1846. m. 13), BKB
A copy sold in London in 1910 for £50 10/-.Cf. The Athenaeum, Jan. 22, 1910, p. 102.

1794. Three select poems; viz. Windsor Forest, by Alex. Pope, Esq. Cooper's Hill, by Sir John Denham. And A distant prospect of Eton College, by Mr. Gray. Windsor. Printed and sold by C. Knight. 1794.
[1327  
12mo, pp. iv. 36. Gray, pp. 33-36. Price, 6d.   BM (11643. bb. 32. (3))

1875. In Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte, A history of Eton College, London, 1875, 8vo, pp. 299-302. 5 stanzas.
[1328  
In same, 2d edition, 1889, pp. 283-5. In the 3d edition, 1899, pp. 305-6.

In Every-day book of modern literature, edited by George H. Townsend, London, Warne, [1875], pp. 239-42.
B   [1329  
1889. Sir Henry C. M. Lyte. 1889. See no. 1328.
[1330  
1908. A facsimile of the MS. presented to Eton by six publishers appeared in The Illustrated London News, June 20, 1908, cxxxii. 896.
[1331  
1910. In Eton in prose and verse, an anthology ed. by Arthur Campbell Ainger, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1910, 4to, pp. 161-4 (the whole has pp. xviii, 231, [1]). Illus.
B   [1332  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1333  
Begins, Lointains clochers, tours antiques.

1812. François Joseph Marie Fayolle. Sur une perspective du collège d'Éton. Ode imitée de Gray. (Extrait du Moniteur, no 187, An 1812.)
[1334  
8vo, pp. 4. From Le Moniteur Universel, July 5,1812, p. 731.   CU, BKB
Begins, Clochers lointans, crénaux antiques.




180

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1335  
Begins, Tours antiques, clochers dans l'azur incertains.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1336  

Italian

1784. M. Lastri. 1784. See no. 352.
[1337  
Begins, Oh! con quanto piacer lungi riveggio.

1813. Anon. In Bertolotti, 1813. See no. 355.
[1338  
Begins, Longinqui merli, aeree torri antichi.

Also in Antonelli's vol., 1847. See no. 356).
[1338a  

Latin

1795. Mr. Bastard. Stanzas 3-10. In Musse etonenses, ed. Etoniensis [W. Herbert], London, G. Stafford, 1795, i. 229-30.
BM (1213. m. 32)   [1339  
Second edition, Etonae, 1817.   CU
Begins, Dic, Thamesine pater, (ripâ tibi saepius udâ.

Portuguese

1799. Anon. 1799. See no. 358).
[1340  
Begins, Distantes coruchéos, torres anozas.

Welsh

1824. D. Davis. 1824. See no. 215. Pp. 9-12.
[1341  

Parodies

1763. H. P. Ode on Ranelagh. Addressed to the ladies. In Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d ed., London, 1763, v. 93-7.
[1342  
Begins, Ye dazzling lamps, ye jocund fires. 10 stanzas.
Also in Poems by Mr. Gray, Dublin, 1768, pp. 153-62 (see no. 54); in Hamilton, v. 52.

1764. Ode to an eagle, confined in a college court. In The Oxford sausage, London, 1764, 8vo, pp. 76-8.
BM (C. 70. b. 6)   [1343  
Begins, Imperial bird, who wont to soar. 4 stanzas of 10 lines each.
In same, 2d edition, 1772 pp. 76-8.   BM (1078. g. 36)
In the new edition, Oxford, Munday & Slatter, 1821, pp. 56-8.   CU




181

1780. [William Gerard Hamilton.] A slight view of the village and school of R—. In imitation of Gray's Eaton [sic] College. London. Printed for E. Dilly.
[1344  
[1780?] 4to, pp. [2], vii, 10.   BM (T. 25. (5))
By Hamilton according to a MS. note on the fly-leaf of the BM copy, written by Dr. Lettsom.

1824. Ode on a college feast day. In Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, London, Hearne, 1824, pp. 28-30.
[1345  
Ode on a distant prospect of Dulwich College. In Knight's Quarterly Mag., no. 4, 1824, ii. 460-3.
[1346  
Begins, Ye vases five, ye antic towers.
A satire on John Soane. 14 lines quoted in Hamilton, v. 53.

1828. Robert Sym (pseud. Timothy Tickler). Ode on the distant prospect of a good dinner. In Noctes ambrosianae. In Blackwood's Mag., May, 1828, xxiii. 796-7.
[1347  
Begins, Ye distant dishes, sideboards blest. 10 stanzas.
Also in John Wilson and others, Noctes ambrosianae, New York, Redfield, 1857, 8vo, iii. 60-2.
Also in Hamilton, v. 53-4.

1846. Ode on a prospect of the abolition of Eton Montem. In Punch, Dec., 1846, xi. 258.
[1348  
Begins, Ye distant spires, ye antique tow'rs. 7 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 54.

1872. Charles Stuart Calverley's Ode—'on a distant prospect' of making a fortune (begins, Now the "rosy morn appearing") in his Fly leaves, New York, Holt & Williams, 1872, 8vo, pp. 153-6, is not a parody; but one or two phrases are reminiscent of Gray.
[1348a  
1882. Ode on a close prospect of Eton College. By a Gray-headed wet bob. In Punch, Aug. 5, 1882, lxxxiii. 50.
[1349  
Begins, Ye crumbling spires, ye antique towers. 2 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 54.

James Kenneth Stephen. Ode on a retrospect of Eton College. In The Pall Mall Gazette, Nov., 1882.
[1350  
Begins, Ye bigot spires, ye Tory towers. 6 stanzas.
Also in his Lapsus calami and other verses, Cambridge, Macmillan & Bowes, 1896, 8vo, pp. 34-6; and in Walter Jerrold and R. M. Leonard, A century of parody and imitation, London, Milford, 1913, 8vo, pp. 374-5, 419.

1897. On a near prospect of Newnham College (becoming an University hostel). In The Granta, Cambridge, May 15, 1897, x. 325.
[1351  
Begins, Ye modern quads, ye mushroom towers. 8 stanzas.




182

Criticism

1802. W. C. Critical remarks on an ode of Gray. In The European Mag., July, 1802, xlii. 16-18.
[1352  
1807. The Port Folio. June 6, 13, 1807, n. s. iii. 353-5, 376-8.
[1353  
1831. John Wilson (pseud. Christopher North). In Noctes ambrosianae. In Blackwood's Mag., Nov., 1831, xxx. 818.
[1353a  
Also in his Works, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1856, 8vo, iii. 296-7.

ODE ON THE DEATH OF A FAVOURITE CAT, DROWNED IN A TUB OF GOLD FISHES

Editions

1748. First published by Dodsley in his Collection of poems, 1748. See no. 177.
[1354  
1856. In James Parton, The humorous poetry of the English language from Chaucer to Saxe, New York, Mason Brothers, 1856, 8vo, pp. 97-8.
[1354a  
In the edition published by Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston, 1897, pp. 97-8.

1867. In Frederick Locker (afterwards Locker-Lampson), Lyra elegantiarum.
[1354b  
In the edition of 1891, London, Ward, Lock & Co., 8vo, pp. 246-7.

1882. In Gosse, Gray, pp. 79-80.
[1354c  
1902. In A treasury of humorous verse, edited by Frederic Lawrence Knowles, Boston, Dana Estes & Co., 1902, sm. 8vo, pp. 260-1.
NYP   [1355  
1904. In Selected poems of Gray, Burns, Cowper, Moore, Longfellow, ed. with introductions and notes by H. B. Cotterill, M. A., London, Macmillan, 1904, sm. 8vo, pp. ix-xx, 1-2, 28-32 (the whole has pp. lvi, 55).
BM (11601. c. 37)   [1356  
In A book of English poetry for the young, arr. for elementary and preparatory schools by W. H. Woodward, Cambridge, The University Press, 1904, pp. 16-17.
[1357  

Translations

Armenian

1852. Anonymous. 1852. See nos. 223, 736.
[1358  
Begins, Ar partzoo anotovn. Pp. 178-85. English on opposite pages. New edition, 1886; see no. 736a.




183

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1359  
Begins, C'etoit sur les bords élevés d'un vase.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1360  
Begins, La chatte Sélima, gente, pleine de grace.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1361  
1812. Johann Baptist Rupprecht. In his Dichtungen der Britten in metrischen Übersetzungen, Wien, 1812, 4to, pp. 415-7.
[1362  

Italian

1784. M. Lastri. 1784. See no. 352.
[1363  
Begins, Presso profondo vaso, in cui miniati.

1813. Anon. Prose. In Bertolotti, 1813. See no. 355.
[1364  
Antonio Zamboni. A paraphrase. In Bertolotti, 1813.
[1365  
Begins, Ampio giacea sopra marmoreo desco.

1847. Sulla morte di una gattuccia favorita annegatasi in un' urna di pesci dorati. Ode parafrasi. In the Antonelli vol., 1847. See no. 356.
[1366  

Parodies

1763. [Ode on the Earl of Bute.] About 1763. In The St. James's Chronicle.
[1367  
Begins, 'Twas on the lofty Treasury's side.
Two stanzas quoted in Hamilton, v. 51.

1775. E. B. G[reene]. Ode V. On the death of a favourite spaniel. In his The Latin odes of Mr. Gray, in English verse, with an ode of the death of a favourite spaniel, London, Ridley, 1775, pp. 9-11.
BM (11642. eee. 15)   [1368  
Eleven stanzas. Also in Imitations and translations from the Latin of Mr. Gray's lyric odes, London, 1777, pp. 20-4; and in The Universal Mag., 1775, lvii. Suppl., pp. 374-5.   BM (840. 1. 4. (9))

1795. A Cantab. Ode on the amputation of a cat's tail. In his Scraps and essays, by a Cantab., Cambridge, B. Flower, 1795.
[1369  
Cf. Hamilton, v. 51.




184

1797. Elegy on a lapdog. In The European Mag,, Aug., 1797, xxxii. 120.
[1370  
1799. J. H. Prince. Ode on the death of a favourite cat; written at the request of a lady. In The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1799, lxix. 693.
[1371  
Begins, Genius of Gray, direct my pen. 7 stanzas.

Suetonius. Parody on Gray's Ode on a cat drowned in a tub of gold fishes. In The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1799, lxix. 974.
[1372  
Begins, 'Twas on the pavement of a lane. 7 stanzas.
Also in The Morning Chronicle, 1800 (signed G. L.); in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1800, iv. 266-7; in Hamilton, v. 50.

1805. Ode on the death of a favourite, who was nearly drowned in the River Thames. In The Morning Chronicle, 1805.
[1373  
Begins, 'Twas in a new-constructed boat. 7 stanzas.
Also in The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1805, ix. 217-18; in Hamilton, v. 50.

Criticism

1782. Ahah. [On l. 3.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1782, lii. 76.
[1374  

ODE ON THE PLEASURE ARISING FROM VICISSITUDE

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, pp. 235-7; also in the Poems, pp. 78-81, with Mason's additional stanzas.
[1375  
In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1775, xlv. 245.
[1376  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1376a  

Latin

1789. L. Way. Stanzas 1-7. 1789. In Musae etonenses, 1795, ii. 176-8.
[1377  




185

ODE ON THE SPRING

Editions

1748. First published in Dodsley's Collection of poems, 1748. See no. 177.
[1378  
1841. In Arundines Cami, 1841, pp. 188-91.
[1379  
1901. Gray's Ode on the Spring by Thomas W. Berry, F. C. S., and T. P. Marshall. Newport, Salop. Bennion, Home, Smallman & Co., Ltd.
[1380  
[1901.] 8vo, pp. 15. P. T. and S. S. Series of English Classics.   BM (O. 12201. ee. 5/20)

Helps to the study of Gray's "Ode on the Spring." With introduction, full text and notes by M[oses] Gompertz, B. A. London. Ralph, Holland & Co. 1901.
[1381  
8vo, pp. 16. The Royal Standard Series.   BM (O. 12200. gg. 9/20)

Gray's "Ode on the Spring," by A. E. Ikin B. Sc, L. C. P. London. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[1382  
[1901.] 8vo, pp. 24. Normal Tutorial Series,   BM (12201. d. 31/41)

Evans's edition of Gray's Ode on the Spring by E[rnest] H. Moreton and A[rthur] Howes. Redditch. Thomas Evans. 1901.
[1383  
8vo, pp. 24.   BM (11633. e. 58)

Thomas Gray: Ode on the Spring with introduction and notes by Albert E. Roberts, M. A. London. Blackie & Son. 1901.
[1384  
8vo, pp. 23. Blackie's English Classics. Price, 2d.   B, BM (O. 12201. e. 3/35)

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1385  
Begins, Déja paroissent les heures, au sein de roses,

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1386  
Begins, Voyez!—les heures printanières.

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1387  

Italian

1784. M. Lastri. 1784. See no. 352.
[1388  
Begins, Ecco con petto roseo.




186

1813. Davide Bertolotti. La prima vera. Ode imitazione. In Bertolotti, 1813. See no. 355.
[1389  
Begins, Ai redivivi onori.
Also in Antonelli, 1847. See no. 356.

Latin

1795. R. Anstey. In Musae etonenses, ed. by. Etoniensis [Wm. Herbert], London, 1795, ii. 60-2.
BM (1213. m. 32)   [1390  
Second edition, Etonae, 1817.   CU
Begins, Jam Nymphis Venus alma gratiisque.

1841. W[illiam] G[ilson] H[umphry]. In Arundines Cami, 1841, pp. 188-91. Cambridge. Univ. Press.
[1391  
In same, 6th edition, 1875, pp. 278-81.

1860. Richard Ward. 1860. See no. 227.
[1392  
Begins, En! Horae roseo sinu.

Parodies

1804. John Owen. Ode on the Spring. By a man of fashion. In The fashionable world displayed, 2d ed., London, J. Hatchard, 1804, pp. 82-4.
[1393  
Begins, Lo! where the party-giving dames. 5 stanzas.
Also in Hamilton, v. 48-9.

S—. Parody on Gray's Ode to Spring, written during the late election, July 31, 1804. In The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1804, lxxiv. 761-2.
[1394  
Begins, Lo where the boist'rous, shirtless crowd. 5 stanzas.

About 1805. Catherine Maria Fanshawe. Ode. In Walter Jerrold and R. M. Leonard, A century of parody and imitation, London, Milford, 1913, 8vo, pp. 87-9, 402.
[1394a  
Begins, Lo! where the gaily vestur'd throng. Sent to Miss Berry, about 1804-6.

1819. [Ode on the closing of the House of Commons, by George, Prince Regent, 1816.] Gray's Ode to Spring. In The new Tory guide, London, J. Ridgway, 1819, pp. 149-51.
[1395  
Begins, Lo! where the scarlet-bosom'd band. 10 stanzas.
8 stanzas quoted by Hamilton, v. 49.

Criticism

1808. The Port Folio. Sept. 24, Nov. 26, Dec. 24, 1808, n. s. vi. 203-6, 340-2, 406-8.
[1396  
1835. Enort. In The Mirror, May 30, 1835, xxv. 355.
[1397  




187

1899. Ernest Edwin Denney and Philip Lyddon-Roberts. The bard and Ode on the Spring parsed and analyzed. 1899. See no. 458.
[1398  
1901. — Gray's The bard and Ode on the Spring: a complete paraphrase. [1901.] See no. 459.
[1399  
1903. — Gray's Ode on the Spring. Parsed and analyzed by E. E. Denney and P. Lyddon-Roberts. 3d ed. London. Normal Correspondence College Press.
[1400  
[1903.] 8vo, pp. 15. Normal Tutorial Series. See no. 458.   BM (12201. d. 31/78)

1915. Lafcadio Hearn. In his Interpretations of literature selected and edited with an introduction by John Erskine, New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1915, 8vo, ii. 269-71.
[1400a  
Quotes stanzas 3-5.

ODE PERFORMED IN THE SENATE-HOUSE AT CAMBRIDGE, JULY 1, 1769

Editions

1769. Ode | performed in the | Senate-House at Cambridge, | July 1, 1769, | at the installation of His Grace | Augustus-Henry Fitzroy, | Duke of Grafton, | Chancellor of the University. | Set to music by | Dr. Randal, | Professor of Music. | Cambridge, | Printed by J. Archdeacon Printer to the University. | M.DCC.LXIX.
[1401  
4to, pp. 8.   HU, BM (C. 59. f. 1), TC, YU

Same. 2d ed. 1769. Sm. 4to, pp. 8.
BM (840. 1. 4. (4))   [1402  
In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1769, xxxix. 359.
[1403  
In The London Chronicle, July 1-4, 1769, xxvi. 15-16.
[1404  
In The Universal Mag., 1769, xliv. Suppl., p. 373.
[1404a  
In The Universal Museum, July, 1769, pp. 354-5.
[1404b  
1771. In The new foundling hospital for wit, London, J. Almon, 1771, iv. 8-16.
[1405  
1781. In S. Johnson, Prefaces, London, 1781, x. Gray, pp. 49-56.
[1406  
1850. Part v, Quartetto, in Sabrinae corolla, Londini, 1850, pp. 74-5.
[1407  
Also in Benj. H. Kennedy, Between whiles, London, 1877, pp. 46-7.




188

1888. Twelve lines were reprinted in Hamilton, v. 63. 1888.
[1408  
1909. In Henry Frowde's facsimile reprint of the Poems of 1768, London, 1909.
[1409  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1410  
Begins, Retirez-vous d'ici, cette enceinte est sacrée!

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1411  

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1412  

Latin

1850. Benjamin Hall Kennedy. Part v, Quartetto. In Sabrinae corolla in hortulis regiae scholae salopiensi, Londini, G. Bell, 1850, pp. 74-5.
[1413  
Also in Kennedy's Between whiles, London, Bell, 1877, pp. 46-7.

Parodies

1769. Ode to Liberty, intended to be performed in the Matted Gallery Society, on Monday evening the 2d of October, 1769. Written by Dr. Yhoull, and set to musick by Dr. Doglish. In The London Chronicle, Sept. 14-16, 1769, xxvi. 276.
[1414  
Begins, Hence, avaunt, 'tis sacred ground. 6 stanzas.
Also in The new foundling hospital for wit, London, 1771, iv. 18-22; in same, 1784, iv. 154-8; in Hamilton, v. 63-4.

OEdipus. Parody on the Ode for music. In The St. James's Chronicle, 1769.
[1415  
Begins, Hence! avaunt! 'tis venal ground. 11 stanzas.
Also in The new foundling hospital for wit, 1771, iv. 9-17; in same, 1784, iv. 145-53; twelve lines in Hamilton, v. 63.

Criticism

1769. Joseph Cockfield. In Nichols, Illustrations of the literary history of the eighteenth century, London, 1828, v. 797, in a letter written July 27, 1769.
[1416  
1832. Fanny Burney d'Arblay. In her Memoirs of Dr. Burney, London, Moxon, 1832, i. 210-12.
[1417  
On Dr. Burney's disappointment at not writing the music for the Ode.




189

PARAPHRASE OF PSALM 84

Editions

1849. In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1849, n. s. xxxii. 343.
[1418  
Five stanzas, twenty lines, are here printed. Not in Gosse. See no. 41.

1890. In D. C. Tovey, Gray and his friends, Cambridge, 1890, pp. 300-1.
[1418a  

PARODY ON AN EPITAPH

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 140. See no. 41.
[1419  

PETRARCA, PART I, SONETTO 170

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 93. See no. 18.
[1420  

PLAY EXERCISE AT ETON

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 163-5. See no. 41.
[1421  

POETICAL RONDEAU (ATTRIBUTED TO GRAY)

Editions

1783. In [John Young], A criticism on the Elegy, London, 1783, pp. 57-61.
[1422  
1784. In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1784, liv. 359.
[1423  

THE PROGRESS OF POESY

Editions

1757. First published in 1757. See no. 180.
[1424  
1785. Oh sov'reign of the willing soul, . . . from Gray's ode on The progress of poesy. In William Tindal, Six vocal pieces




190

for two, three and four voices . . . the words . . . from Shakespeare, Gray, and Guarini, op. 1me, no. 6. London.
[1425  
[1785?]   BM (Mus. H. 70/1)

1794. In Roach's Beauties of the poets of Great Britain, London, J. Roach, 1794, ii. 7. 51-5.
BM (11601. e. 20)   [1426  
1830. Awake! AEolian lyre. [Glee.] London.
[1427  
[1830?] Fol. Music by John Danby.   BM (Mus. I. 531. 11)

Also in The Musical Times, etc., no. 78, 1844, 8vo.
[1428  
In The cyclopedia of music, select glees, etc., no. 14, London, [1858], fol.
BM (Mus. H. 2342. c.)   [1429  
Also pub. at Leeds, [1875], fol.   BM (Mus. H. 1778. j. 11)

In Boosey & Co.'s National edition of . . . glees, etc., no. 52, [1884], 4to.
BM (Mus. G. 346)   [1430  
In The choral handbook, no. 104, [1885, etc.], 8vo.
BM (Mus. E. 832)   [1431  
In Novello's Tonic sol-fa series, Novello & Co., [1886], no. 488[a], 4to.
BM (Mus. B. 885)   [1432  
In Wood's Collection of glees, etc., no. 90, [1896, etc.], 8vo.
BM (Mus. E. 1689)   [1433  
Also pub. by J. Curwen & Sons, London, [1902], 8vo, The Apollo Club, no. 218.   BM (Mus. F. 667)

1841. I.3 in Arundines Cami, 1841, pp. 82-3.
[1434  
1859. I.1-3 in Sabrinae corolla, 2d ed., London, 1859, pp. 128-31.
[1435  
Also (1436) in 3d edition, 1867, pp. 130-33; (1437) in 4th edition, 1890, pp. 192-5. Not in the 1st edition.

186-? The lyre. A cantata for four solo voices, chorus and orchestra. The words from Gray's ode "The progress of poesy," The music by S[amuel] Percival. Pianoforte score. Op. 7. London. Ewer & Co.
[1438  
[186-?] Fol., pp. [i], 105.   BPL (M. 391. 53 no. 1)

1912. In George O'Neill, S. J., M. A., editor, Five centuries of English poetry from Chaucer to De Vere, London, Longmans, 1912, 8vo, pp. 76-80, 281-6.
[1438a  

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1439  
Begins, Réveille-toi, lyre Éolienne, réveille-toi.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1440  




191

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1441  
1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten. In his Rhapsodieen, 1801, pp. 85-94. See no. 349.
[1442  
Begins, Erwach', Aeolische Leyer, erwach'!

Italian

1784. M. Lastri. 1784. See no. 352.
[1443  
Begins, Destati, Eolia Lira, omai ti desta.

1792. Angelo Dalmisto. Il bardo e I progressi della poesia (odi due), recate in versi italiani da Angelo Dalmistro. Venezia. Tip. Valirasense. 1792.
[1444  
4to, pp. 39.   BNF

1813. Rainiero Calzabigi. I progressi della poesia. Ode Pindarica. In Bertolotti, 1813. See no. 355.
[1445  
Begins, Svegliati, Eolia cetra.
Also in Antonelli, 1847. See no. 356.

Latin

1775. Giovanni Costa. 1775. See no. 357.
[1446  
1841. John William Donaldson. I.3. In Arundines Cami, 1841, pp. 82-3. Signed J. W. D.
[1447  
1859. Edward Hartop Cradock. I.1-3. In Sabrinae corolla, 2d edition, London, Bell, 1859, pp. 128-31.
[1448  
Also in 3d edition, 1867, pp. 130-33; in 4th edition, 1890, pp. 192-5. Not in the first edition.

1870. Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb. I.1, 2. 24 lines. In Sertum carthusianum, ed. William Haig Brown, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell & Co., 1870, pp. 278-9.
[1449  
Also in his Translations into Greek and Latin verse, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell & Co., 1873, pp. 88-91; in same, 1907, pp. 88-91.

1915. Lord Curzon of Kedleston. II.3. In War poems and other translations by Lord Curzon of Kedleston, London, John Lane, 1915, 8vo, pp. [184]-187.
[1449a  
Begins, Silvae trementes per juga Delphica. English opposite.

Portuguese

1799. Anon. 1799. See no. 208.
[1450  
Begins, Ressurge Eolia lira do letargo.




192

Imitations

German

1792. B. 1792. See no. 1588.
[1450a  

Criticism

1787. R. O. P. [On imagination and judgment in poetry.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1787, lvii. 969-72.
[1451  
1791. Cliffordiensis. In The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1791, lxi. 981-2.
[1452  
1856. Frederick John Vipan. In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1856, n. s. xlv. 384-5.
[1453  
1906. John William Mackail. The progress of poesy: an inaugural lecture delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre on the 10th March 1906. Oxford. The Clarendon Press. 1906.
[1454  
8vo, pp. 27.

1909. — "Gray's Ode is not only a lyric poem of the first order: it is also a distilled and concentrated body of criticism by the most accomplished scholar and finest critic of his time. Every word in it is weighed and measured, and it only yields its full meaning to exact and minute study. When he speaks of the springs of Helicon as the source of poetry, he is not merely using a traditional metaphor; he also lays stress on the organic connection of the whole of Western poetry with Hellenic origins. The movement of poetry, as he says elsewhere, was from Greece to Italy, and from Italy to England." In his The springs of Helicon, New York, Longmans, 1909, 8vo, pp. ix, xi-xii.
[1455  

PROPERTIUS LIB. III. 5. V. ELEG. 19

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 85-7. See no. 18.
[1456  

PROPERTIUS LIB. II. ELEG. 1

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 87-9. See no. 18.
[1457  




193

REMARKS ON THE LETTERS PREFIXED TO MASON'S ELFRIDA

Editions

1853. First published by Mitford in The correspondence of Gray and Mason, 1853, pp. 467-70. See no. 1236.
[1458  
1855. Also in same, 2d edition, 1855. See no. 1238.
[1459  
1904. In the Letters, ed. Tovey, 1904, ii. 293-8. See no. 1226.
[1460  
1911. In Essays and criticisms ed. Northup, 1911, pp. 165-70, 340-41. See no. 336.
[1461  

SAMUEL DANIEL

Editions

1854. First published in The Athenaeum, July 29, 1854, pp. 941-2.
[1462  
1911. In Essays and criticisms ed. Northup, 1911, pp. xlix, 118-21, 325-6. See no. 336.
[1463  

SAPPHICS

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, p. 68. See no. 13.
[1464  

Translations

German

1775. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1775. See no. 348.
[1464a  

A SATIRE UPON HEADS; OR, NEVER A BARREL THE BETTER HERRING

Editions

1884. First printed in Gray's Works, ed. Gosse, 1884, i. 134-5. See no. 41.
[1465  




194

SHAKESPEARE VERSES

Editions

1884. First published by Gosse, 1884, i. 132-3. See See no. 41.
[1466  
1853. Also in The correspondence of Gray and Mason, ed. Mitford, 1853, pp. 339-40.
[1466a  
1912. Also in Letters, ed. Tovey, 1912, iii. 76-7.
[1466b  

SKETCH OF HIS OWN CHARACTER

Editions

1775. Written in 1761. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, p. 264. See no. 13.
[1467  
1856. In A. Laun, Die Dorfkirchhofselegie und ihr Dichter, Oldenberg, 1856, p. 18.
[1467a  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 151.
[1467b  
1896. In The Academy, Dec. 12, 1896, l. 532.
[1467c  
1914. Quoted by Dr. Warren in The Quarterly Rev., Apr., 1914, ccxx. 392.
[1467d  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1467e  

SOME REMARKS ON THE POEMS OF LYDGATE

Editions

1814. First published in Mathias's ed., 1814, ii. 55-80. See no. 18.
[1468  

Criticism

1905. Frederick James Furnivall. In The pilgrimage of the life of man, englished by John Lydgate, A. D. 1426, ed. by F. J. Furnivall and Katharine B. Locock, The Roxburgh Club, London, Nichols, 1905, 4to, p. xv.
[1469  




195

SONG

Editions

1791. Lyric stanzas. In The European Mag., Feb., 1791, xix. 152.
[1470  
1798. In The works of Horatio Walpole, Earl of Orford, London, 1798, 4to, v. 561.
[1470a  
In Walpole's letter to the Countess of Ailesbury, Nov. 28, 1761.

In The European Mag., May, 1798, xxxiii. 333.
[1470b  
1799. Contributed by Etonensis to The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1799, lxix. 836.
[1471  
1840. In The letters of Horace Walpole, ed. by J. Wright, London, R. Bentley, 1840, 8vo, iv. 193.
[1471a  
About 1845. Thrysis. Glee [for four voices]. Composed by Dr. Callcott, the words by Gray. Edited with an accompaniment for the piano forte (ad lib.) by Sir H. R. Bishop.
[1471b  
N. p. N. d. Fol., pp. 7.   NYP (Drexel 4196)
John Wall Callcott lived 1766-1821. Sir Henry Rowley Bishop lived 1786-1855 and was knighted in 1842.

1857. In The letters of Horace Walpole, ed. P. Cunningham, London, 1857, 8vo, iii. 464.
[1471c  
1870. In Sertum carthusianum, Cambridge, 1870, p. 10.
[1472  
1904. In The letters of Horace Walpole, ed. Mrs. Toynbee, London, 1904, 8vo, v. 147, letter no. 791.
[1472a  

Translations

Latin

1870. Edward Hall Anderson. In Sertum carthusianum, 1870, p. 11.
[1473  

SONG BY BUONDELMONTE

Editions

1775. In Mason's ed. of Gray, 1775, i. 115.
[1474  

1820. In Horace Walpole, Private correspondence now first collected, London, Rodwell & Martin, 1820, 8vo, i. 85.
[1475  





196

1840. In Walpole, Letters [ed. J. Wright], London, Richard Bentley, 1840, i. 60-1.
[1476  
1857. In Walpole, Letters, ed. P. Cunningham, London, 1857, i. 60 f.
[1477  
1903. In same, ed. Mrs. Toynbee, London, 1903, i. 88 f.
[1478  
For Walpole's English version of the Italian, in his letter to West, Oct. 2, 1740, see his Letters at the reference given above. Samuel Rogers's translation of the Italian will be found in his Poems, London, Moxon, 1849, 8vo, p. 279.

SONNET ON THE DEATH OF MR. RICHARD WEST

Facsimiles

1884. A facsimile of the MS. in Gray's Works, ed. Gosse, 1884, iv. frontispiece.
[1479  

Editions

1775. In The Universal Mag., April, 1775, lvi. 207-8.
[1479a  
In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1775, xlv. 245.
[1480  
In The Monthly Rev., Aug., 1775, liii. 103.
[1481  
1794. In Anderson's Complete ed. of the poets of Great Britain, London, 1794, x. 331, on the t.-p. of West's Works.
[1482  
In James Hay Beattie, Essays and fragments in prose and verse, Edinburgh, 1794, p. 109.
[1483  
1803. In The British Critic, Jan., 1803, xxi. 33.
[1484  
1867. In The book of the sonnet, ed. by Leigh Hunt and S. Adams Lee, Boston, Roberts Bros., 1867, 8vo, i. 181; see also pp. 82-4.
NYP   [1485  
1879. In Chas. D. Deshler, Afternoons with the poets, New York, Harper, 1879, 8vo, pp. 172-3.
[1486  
1880. In A treasury of English sonnets, ed. by David M. Main, Edinburgh, Wm. Blackwood & Sons, 1880, 8vo, pp. 80, 353-4.
NYP   [1487  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 59.
[1487a  
1886. In One hundred sonnets by one hundred authors, ed. by Henry J. Nicoll, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1886, 16mo, no. 28.
[1488  




197

1910. In Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, English sonnets, London, Chapman & Hall, [1910], p. 109.
[1488a  
1914. In The new golden treasury of songs and lyrics [ed.] by Ernest Rhys, London, Dent, [1914], 8vo, p. 125.
[1488b  
Everyman's Library, no. 695.

1916. In Sonnets selected from English and American authors by Laura E. Lockwood, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1916, sm. 8vo, pp. xiii, 25.
[1488c  
Riverside Literature Series, no. 244.

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797. Verse. See nos. 80, 342.
[1488d  
1798. Lemierre d'Argy. 1798. Prose. See nos. 81, 343.
[1489  
Begins, En vain je vois briller le sourire de l'aurore.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1490  
Begins, En vain l'aube sourit à la terre charmée.

German

1856. [K. W.] Adolf Laun. In his Die Dorfkirchhofselegie und ihr Dichter, Oldenburg, 1856, 8vo, p. 15. See no. 1058.
[1490a  
Begins, Mir lächeln jetzt umsonst die Morgenstunden.

Italian

1802. Thomas J. Mathias. In his Componimenti linci de' più illustri poeti d'Italia, scelti da Tommaso J. Mathias, London, T. Becket, 1802, i. xii-xiii.
[1491  
Begins, In van per me ride il nascente giorno.
Also in The Monthly Rev., Sept., 1805, xlviii. 15, and in Mathias's edition, 1814, i. 513 (see no. 18).

Latin

1794. James Hay Beattie. In obitum Ricardi West. In his Essays and fragments in prose and verse, Edinburgh, 1794, 8vo, p. 108.
BM (12271. d. 5)   [1492  
1802. Thomas J. Mathias. In his Componimenti, etc., 1802 (see no. 1491), i. xiii.
[1493  




198

Criticism

1881. Richard Henry Stoddard. In The sonnet in English poetry. In Scribner's Monthly, Oct., 1881, xxii. 916.
[1494  
1911. J. M. Gray's Death of Richard West: complain. In N. & Q., Sept. 16, 1911, 11th ser. iv. 229.
[1495  
Reply: C. C. B., Sept. 30, p. 276.

SOPHONISBA TO MASINISSA

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, pp. 153-5. See no. 13.
[1496  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1496a  

STANZA

Editions

1767. The quatrain added at the end of Mason's epitaph on his wife, and included in the inscription on her monument in Bristol Cathedral, 1767.
[1497  
1784. Published in The new foundling hospital for wit, new ed., London, 1784, vi. 45.
[1498  
1794. In The Gentleman's Mag,, Jan., 1794, lxiv. 64.
[1499  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, p. 176.
[1499a  

STANZAS TO MR. RICHARD BENTLEY

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, pp. 227-8.
[1500  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1500a  




199

Criticism

1803. W. G. In The European Mag., July, 1803, xliv. 21.
[1501  

STATIUS, THEBAIDOS vi. 646-88

Editions

1853. First published by Mitford, 1853, in his Gray-Mason correspondence, pp. 2-4. See no. 1236.
[1502  

STATIUS, THEBAIDOS vi. 704-24

Editions

1775. First published by Mason, 1775, Life, pp. 9-10. See no. 13.
[1503  

Translations

German

1776. Carl Wilhelm Müller. 1776. See no. 348.
[1504  

STATIUS, THEBAIDOS ix. 319-27

Editions

1915. First published in Paget Toynbee, The correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West, and Ashton, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1915, 8vo, ii. [299]-300.
[1504a  
With a facsimile of the original.

TASSO, GERUS. LIB. CANT. XIV. ST. 32

Editions

1814. First printed by Mathias, 1814, ii. 90-2. See no. 18.
[1505  




200

THOUGHTS AND VERSE FRAGMENTS

Editions

1890. First published by Tovey, 1890, in Gray and his friends, pp. 267-72. See no. 45.
[1506  

TOPHET

Editions

1785. First published in The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1785, lv. 2. 759.
[1507  
Contributed by Bion.

1798. In The Spirit of the Public Journals, 1798, ii. 210.
[1508  
1814. In J. B. Nichols, Literary anecdotes of the 18th century, London, 1814, viii. 261-4.
[1509  
1816. In Sir E. Brydges, Restituta, London, 1816, iv. 246-8.
[1510  
1873. In N. & Q., April 5, 1873, 4th ser. xi. 286.
[1511  
1882. In Gosse, Gray, 1882, pp. 165-6.
[1512  

Criticism

1873. O. Rev. Mr. Stoph. In N. & Q., March 15, 1873, 4th ser. xi. 216.
[1513  
Reply: G. W. N., April 5, p. 286.

1909. Israel Solomons. Henry Etough. In N. & Q., Nov. 27, 1909, 10th ser. xii. 430.
[1514  
See also The Gentleman's Mag., lvi. 1. 25, 281-2.

1910. William McMurray. Henry Etough. In N. & Q., Jan. 22, 1910, 11th ser. i. 76, Sept. 23, 1911, iv. 249.
[1515  
Replies: W. C. B., March 5, 1910, i. 193; Charles Hall Crouch, Oct. 7, 1911, iv. 298.

TRANSLATIONS FROM THE ANTHOLOGIA GRAECA

Editions

1814. Eleven of these were published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 94-7.
[1516  
1815. In The Classical Journal, 1815, xi. 173-6.
[1517  




201

1891. From the Pembroke Commonplace books and in Gray's order, complete, in Bradshaw's ed., 1891, pp. 168-72.
[1518  

THE TRIUMPHS OF OWEN

Editions

1768. First published in 1768. See no. 52.
[1519  
1808. In The Port Folio, Aug. 20, 1808, n. s. vi. 121-2.
[1519a  
With Evans's prose version.

Translations

French

1797. D. B. 1797, 1798. See nos. 80, 81, 342, 343.
[1520  
Begins, Les louanges d'Owen demandent que je les chante.

1837. L.-C. Hoyau. 1837. See no. 347.
[1521  
Begins, Chantons Owen, le prompt, le fort.

Parodies

1861. Charles William Shirley Brooks. The triumphs of Owen. By the Muse of the Museum. (Slightly altered from Gray.) In Punch, Nov. 16, 1861, xli. 200.
[1522  
Begins, Owen's praise demands my song. 12 stanzas.
Also in his Wit and humour (poems from Punch), London, Bradbury, Agnew & Co., 1875, 8vo, pp. 165-7; and in Hamilton, v. 62-3.

WHAT'S THE REASON OLD FOBUS HAS CUT DOWN YON TREE?

Editions

1844. One line is quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1844, n. s. xxii. 164.
[1522a  
1863. J. Booth. Epigram. In N. & Q., Oct. 3, 1863, 3d ser. iv. 268.
[1523  
I have been unable to find the complete text of this squib. Both the reviewer in The Gentleman's Mag. and J. Booth seem to have been in error as to who Fobus was. By Fobus Gray always meant the Duke of Newcastle. See the Letters, ed. Tovey, i. 288, ii. 7, 14, 17, 36, iii. 313. On the other hand Dr. Robert Smith, Master of Trinity, and author of the Treatise on optics, was sometimes called Old Focus.




202

WILL

Editions

1778. First printed, so far as I can determine, in Gray's Poems, London, Murray, 1778, pp. [xxv]-xxxii (see no. 65).
[1523a  
1782. In Gray's Poetical works, Edinburg, The Apollo Press, 1782, pp. xxv-xxviii (see no. 69).
[1523b  
1786. In Poems, London, Murray, 1786, pp. [xxv]-xxxii (see no. 70).
[1523c  
In Wakefield's edition, 1786, pp. xxiii-xxvi (see no. 71).
[1523d  
1788. In the Poetical works, London, 1788, pp. xxv-xxviii (see no. 74).
[1523e  
See also nos. 30, 75-6, 85, 92, 99, 104.

XENOPHON, APOLOGIA SOCRATIS

Editions

1814. First published by Mathias, 1814, ii. 121-2. See no. 18.
[1524  

8.   GENERAL CRITICISM

1735. Horace Walpole. In The correspondence of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford, and the Rev. William Mason, now first published from the original MSS., ed., with notes by the Rev. J. Mitford, London, Richard Bentley, 1851, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1525  
New edition by Peter Cunningham, London, Bentley, 1857-59, 8vo, 9 vols., and by Mrs. Helen Toynbee, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1903-05, 16 vols.
The references to Gray begin in 1735.

1737. Richard West. Ad amicos. 1737. In Pratt's Cabinet of poetry, London, 1808, v. 24-7.
[1526  
Also in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 237-8; in Thomas Park, Supplement to the British poets, London, 1809, 32mo, iv. 67-9 (NYP) ; and in Tovey, Gray and his friends, 1890, pp. 95-8 (see no. 45); in Toynbee, Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton i. 139-42 (see no. 1248).




203

1738. — Elegia. 1738. Begins, Quod mihi tarn gratae misisti dona Camenae. In the Apollo Press ed., 1782, pp. 6-7.
[1527  
Also in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 238; in Park's Supplement to the British poets, 1809, iv. 70-1; and in Tovey, Gray and his friends, pp. 118-9 (see no. 45); in Toynbee, Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton i. 199-200 (see no. 1248). An English translation appeared in The Universal Mag., July, 1775, lvii. 40.

1739. — Addressed to his lyre on the prospect of Mr. Gray's return from his travels. 1739. Begins, O meae jucunda comes quietis. In the Apollo Press ed. of West, Edinburg, 1782, p. 11.
[1528  
Also in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 239; in Park's Supplement to the British poets, 1809, iv. 74; in Tovey, Gray and his friends, p. 133 (see no. 45); in Toynbee, Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton i. 250 (see no. 1248).

1740. — Elegia. (Addressed to Mr. Gray.) 1740. Begins, Ergo desidiae videor tibi crimine dignus. In The poetical works of Richard West, Edinburg, Apollo Press by the Martins, 1782, 16mo, pp. 7-9.
[1529  
Also in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 238-9; in Park's Supplement to the British poets, 1809, iv. 71-2; and in Tovey, Gray and his friends, pp. 140-1 (see no. 45).

1742. — Ode to May. Begins, Dear Gray, that still within my heart. 1742. In The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1775, xlv. 291.
[1530  
As here published it was entitled, Ode to Mr. Gray, on the backwardness of the spring, and began, Dear Gray, that always in my heart.
Also in the Apollo Press edition of West, 1782, pp. 9-10; in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 238-9; in Gray's Poems, Ludlow, Nicholson, 1799, pp. 31-2 (see no. 83); in S. Jones's edition of Gray, London, 1799, pp. 165-6 (see no. 84); in same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 193-4 (see no. 85); in Pratt's Cabinet of poetry, London, 1808, v. 24-7; in Park's Supplement to the British poets, 1809, iv. 73-4; in Poems, 1822, pp. 22-3 (see no. 106); in Poetical works, 1844, p. 119 (see no. 116); in Tovey, Gray and his friends, pp. 165-6 (see no. 45); in Toynbee, Correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton ii. 38-9 (see no. 1248).

1756. William Mason. Ode III. On Melancholy. To a friend. In his Odes, Cambridge, J. Bentham, 1756, 8vo, pp. 14-8.
[1531  
John Sharp. Letter to Mr. Denne, March 12, 1756. In J. B. Nichols, Illustrations of the lit. hist, of the 18th cent., 1831, vi. 805-6.
[1532  
Bears on the rope-ladder story.




204

1757. David Garrick. To Mr. Gray, on his Odes.
[1533  
1757. 4to, pp. 9.   BM (G. 984. (16))
Begins, Repine not, Gray, that our weak dazzled Eyes. 6 stanzas.
According to Dibdin, Bibliomania, p. 716, only six copies were printed and prefixed to six copies of Gray's Odes, 4to, 1757, Strawberry Hill. Cf. G. L. S. in N. & Q., May 26, 1855, 1st ser. xi. 409; Martin, Catalogue of privately printed books.
Also in The Literary Mag., 1757, p. 466; in The London Chronicle, Oct. 1, 1757, ii. 320; in [W. Tindal], Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Life and critical observations on the works of Gray, London, 1782, pp. 83-4 (see no. 1575); in S. Jones's edition, London, 1799, pp. 163-4 (see no. 84); in same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 191-2 (see no. 85); in the Poetical works, 1822, pp. 21-2 (see no. 106); in same, 1844, p. 118 (see no. 116); in Toynbee ii. 174-5 (see no. 1248). Cf. C. H. T. in N. & Q., March 30, 1861, 2d ser. xi. 251.

Oliver Goldsmith. [Review of Gray's Odes.] In The Monthly Rev., Sept., 1757, xvii. 239-43.
[1534  
Reprinted in Goldsmith's Works, edited by Peter Cunningham, London, John Murray, 1854, 8vo, iv. 315-19 (see also iii. 270, 436, iv. 143, 203); and in J. L. Haney, Early reviews of English poets, Phila., The Egerton Press, 1904, pp. 1-4, 197-8.
See also no. 1720.

Joseph Warton. In his Essay on the genius and writings of Pope, London, Dodsley, 1757-82, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1534a  
A third edition of vol. i. appeared in 1772. In this see pp. 31, 141. See also ii. 24-5, 40-2, 289, 479, 481.

1760. George Colman and Robert Lloyd. Two | odes. | [Greek quotation (omitted)] Pindar, Olymp. II. | [Vignette.] | London, | Printed for H. Payne, at Dryden's Head in Paternoster Row. | MDCCLX |
[1535  
4to. Price, 1/-.   BM (840. l. 5. (7))
To obscurity, by George Colman, Sr. To oblivion, by Lloyd. Intended for Gray and Mason respectively.
Also in Robert Lloyd, Poems, London, printed for the author by Dryden Leach, 1762, pp. 101-15; in Fawkes and Woty, The poetical calendar, 2d edition, London, 1763, vi. 46-54; 17 lines in Hamilton, v. 63.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., July, 1760, xxiii. 57-63. The authors wrote letters explaining their odes in Lloyd's Evening Post sometime before June 7 (?), 1760.

1762. Count Francesco Algarotti. Two letters to Howe on Gray's poetry (Dec. 26, 1762, April 24, 1763) were reprinted by M. Lastri in his Poesie liriche di Gray, Firenze, 1784, pp. 87-98.
[1536  
Christopher Anstey. Ad poetam. In his (and Roberts's)




205

Elegia scripta in coemeterio rustico latinè reddita, Cantabrigiae, 1762, p. 1.
[1537  
Twenty-one lines. Also in Mathias's edition, 1814, i. 397-8; and in Torri, 1843, p. 123.

1766. Mrs. Elizabeth Montagu. In her Letter to Mrs. William Robinson from Denton, Dec. 4, 1766. In Censura literaria, London, 1807, iii. 136-42.
[1538  
On Gray, pp. 141-2.

1767. James Boswell. In Letters of James Boswell to the Rev. W. J. Temple with an introduction by Thomas Seccombe, London, Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., 1908, 8vo. See the index.
[1539  
The references to Gray extend from 1767 to 1788.

1768. James Beattie. In The letters of James Beattie, LL. D. chronologically arranged from Sir William Forbes's collection, London, John Sharpe, 1820, i. 47-9, 76-7, 81, 97, 104-5, 162-3, etc. The British Prose Writers xxv.
BM (12271. de. 1), NYP   [1540  
The references to Gray begin in 1768.

The Monthly Review. Review of Gray's Poems, 1768. "All that we find new in this collection is, The Fatal Sisters, an ode, the Descent of Odin, an ode, and the Triumphs of Owen, a fragment. These turn chiefly on the dark diableries of the Gothic times; and if to be mysterious and to be sublime be the same thing, these deep-wrought performances must undoubtedly be deemed so. For our part, we shall for ever regret the departure of Mr. Gray's muse from that elegantly-moral simplicity she assumed in the Country Church-yard." May, 1768, xxxviii. 408.
[1541  
Norton Nicholls. Correspondence with Gray. In The correspondence of Thomas Gray and the Rev. Norton Nicholls, ed. J. Mitford, London, Pickering, 1843, pp. 55-153. See no. 31.
[1542  
Begins in 1768.

1771. James Brown. [Correspondence relative to Gray.] In The correspondence of Thomas Gray and the Rev. Norton Nicholls, ed. J. Mitford, London, Pickering, 1843, pp. 155-63. See no. 31.
[1543  
Also in Mitford's edition of the Gray-Mason correspondence, 1853, pp. 457-64. See no. 1236.




206

The Gentleman's Magazine. In its obituary list. Aug., 1771, xli. 378. "July 30, 1771. The Rev. Dr. Tho. Grey, author of the Elegy in a Country Church yard, &c." In same, p. 375, on his burial.
[1544  
Horace Walpole. Memoir of Gray. In The correspondence of Gray and Mason, ed. Mitford, 1853, 8vo, pp. xxxi-xxxiv.
[1545  
See J. G. Fairfax, Horace Walpole's views on literature, in Eighteenth century literature, an Oxford miscellany, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1899, 8vo, pp. 115, 123.

1772. An irregular ode, occasioned by the death of Mr. Gray. London. Printed for Benjamin White. 1772.
[1546  
4to, pp. 14.   BM (11630. e. 18. (6))
Begins, Fair are the gardens of th' Aonian mount.
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Jan., 1772, xlvi. 168; (unfavorably) in The London Mag., Jan., 1772, xli. 31.

Letters on the English nation. Referred to by Walpole in his Letters, Jan. 28, 1772, ed. Mrs. Toynbee viii. 141.
[1547  
*William Johnson Temple. A sketch of the character of the celebrated Mr. Gray. In The London Mag,, March, 1772, xli. 140.
COLU   [1548  
Reprinted by Mason in his London and in his York edition, 1775, i. 402-4 (see nos. 13, 14); in his Dublin edition, 1775, ii. 156-9 (see no. 15), and in his York edition, 1778, iv. 234-9 (see no. 16); by J. Murray in his A letter to W. Mason, 1777, 57-60 (see no. 1561); by Mitford, edition of 1816, i. lii-lv (see no. 19), with criticisms; in The Unique, 1824, ii. no. 9 (not in the earlier edition).

1773. Frederick Howard, 5th Earl of Carlisle. Ode on the death of Mr. Gray. In his Poems, London, J. Ridley, 1773, 4to, pp. 3-8.
BM (11630. e. 18. (1), (5))   [1549  
3d edition, 1773.   B, BM (11630. e. 18. (17))
Begins, What spirit's that which mounts on high.
Also in The Universal Mag., June, 1773, lxxii. 336-7, with memoir and portrait of the author.
Also in The new foundling hospital for wit, new edition, London, 1784, i. 13-17. Not in the former edition. Also in J. Bell's Classical arrangement of fugitive poetry, London, 1792, xv. 130-133; in Gray's Poetical works, edited S. Jones, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 199-203 (see no. 85; not in Jones's first edition, 1799); in The tragedies and poems of Frederick Earl of Carlisle, London, Buhner, 1801, 8vo, pp. 251-7; in Gray's Poetical works, 1844, pp. 122-4 (see no. 116).
Noticed by Walpole in his Letters, edited by Mrs. Toynbee, viii. 170.

William Hayward Roberts. In his A poetical epistle, to Christopher Anstey, Esquire; on the English poets, chiefly those,




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who have written in blank verse, London, printed for J. Wilkie [and others], 1773, 4to, pp. 13-4 (the whole has pp. 18).
CAUL   [1550  
1775. Count Francesco Algarotti. Letter to William Taylor Howe, on the Pindaric odes. In Mason's ed., York, 1775, ii. 82-6. See no. 14.
[1551  
William Cole. In his MS. collections lix., about 1775. In Nichols's Literary anecdotes of the 18th century, London, 1812, ii. 632-3.
[1552  
E[dward] B[urnaby] G[reene]. Manibus sacrum Thomae Gray. Prefixed to his translation of The bard, 1775, pp. v-vi. 17 lines.
[1553  
Samuel Johnson. In his Letters collected and edited by George Birkbeck Hill, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1892, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1554  
The references to Gray begin in 1775.

William Kenrick. In The London Rev., June, 1775, i. 406-14.
[1555  
Cf. Walpole, Letters, ed. Toynbee, ix. 227.

The London Chronicle. Some account of the life and writings of the late Mr. Gray. Aug. 12-15, 15-17, 1775, xxxviii. 153-4, 164.
[1556  
From Mason.

The London Magazine. Remarks on the life and writings of the celebrated poet Mr. Gray. May, 1775, xliv. 215-9. Portrait.
[1557  
William Mason. Memoir. 1775. See no. 13.
[1558  
See also Ebor in The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1817, lxxxvii. 295-6.

Q., editor. [Letter in Latin on some of Gray's posthumous pieces.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1775, xlv. 481.
[1559  
1776. Charles Seymour. [Eulogy on the late Mr. Gray.] In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1776, xlvi. 230.
[1560  
In Latin; 48 lines, irregular. Begins, Nec si quid olim lusit Anacreon.

1777. William Cowper wrote to Joseph Hill, April 20, 1777: "I have been reading Gray's works, and think him the only poet since Shakespeare entitled to the character of sublime. Perhaps you will remember that I once had a different opinion of him. I was prejudiced. He did not belong to our Thursday society, and was an Eton man, which lowered him prodigiously in our esteem. I once thought Swift's letters the best that could




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be written; but I like Gray's better. His humour, or his wit, or whatever it is to be called, is never ill-natured or offensive, and yet I think equally poignant with the Dean's" On May 25 he wrote: "When I wrote last, I was in the middle of the book. His later Epistles, I think, are worth little, as such, but might be turned to excellent account by a young student of taste and judgment." In The correspondence of William Cowper, arr. by Thomas Wright, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1904, 8vo, i. 143-4.
[1560a  
[John Murray.] A | letter | to | W. Mason, A. M. | Precentor of York, | concerning | his edition of | Mr. Gray's Poems. | And | the practices of booksellers. | By a bookseller. | Sed quae reverentia legum? | Quis metus, aut pudor est unquam properantis avari?— | Juvenal. | London, | Printed for J. Murray, (No. 32) | Fleet-Street. | MDCCLXXVII.
[1561  
16mo, pp. 64.   BM (T. 1164. (11)), CU
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1777, xlvii. 332.

Thomas Warton. Sonnet VI. To Mr. Gray. In his Poems, new ed., London, T. Becket, 1777, 8vo, p. 80.
[1562  
Reprinted in [W. Tindal], Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Life, and critical observations on the works of Gray, 1782, pp. 83-4 (see no. 1575); in Anderson's British poets, 1794, x. 183; in [V. Knox,] Elegant extracts, 1796, Poetry, p. 865.

1778. Richard Cumberland. Elegy. To the memory of Gray. In his Miscellaneous poems, London, F. Newbery, 1778, 8vo, pp. 26-8 (the whole has pp. 183, [1]).
[1563  
The Gentleman's Magazine, Aug., 1778, xlviii. 387, mentions the placing of the monument in Westminster Abbey.
[1563a  
Vicesimus Knox. In his Essays moral and literary, London, Charles Dilly, 1778-79, 8vo, i. 94-8, ii. 280.
[1564  
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Feb., 1778, lviii. 136-42.

William Mason. Epitaph on Gray's monument in Westminster Abbey. In The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1778, xlviii. 431.
[1565  
No more the Grecian Muse unrivall'd reigns,
    To Britain let the nations homage pay!
She boasts a Homer's fire in Milton's strains,
    A Pindar's rapture in the lyre of Gray.
Also in Gray's Poems, Ludlow, 1799, p. 32 (see no. 83), and in Jones's edition, London, 1799, p. 186 (see no. 84); in same, 2d edition, 1800, p. 223 (see no. 85); in Poetical works, 1844, p. 134 (see no. 116).




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1779. — In his The English garden, London, printed by H. Goldney for J. Dodsley, 1779, 8vo, iii. 1-63.
[1566  
Also reprinted in Jones's 26. edition, 1800, pp. 204-7 (see no. 85). Not in Jones's first edition, 1799. Also in Gray's Poetical works, 1844, pp. 124-6 (see no. 116).

1780. John Mainwaring. In his Sermons on several occasions, London, 1780.
[1567  
Cf. Walpole, Letters, ed. Mrs. Toynbee, xi. 342, note 1.

1781. Cantab. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, 1781, li. 319-20.
[1568  
The Gentleman's Magazine. Verbal criticisms on Mr. Gray's poems. Dec., 1781, li. 568-70.
[1569  
Edward Gibbon. In his The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, London, W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1781, 4to, iii. 248-9, note 126.
[1570  
Reprinted in The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1781, li. 520-1. "Instead of compiling tables of chronology and natural history, why did not Mr. Gray apply the powers of his genius to finish the philosophic poem, of which he has left such an exquisite specimen?" In Bury's edition of Gibbon, London, 1897, iii. 332, n. 131.

*Samuel Johnson. In his Prefaces, biographical and critical, to the works of the English poets, London, printed by J. Nichols, 1781, 16mo, x. Pp. 56.
[1571  
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1781, li. 276 (see also Kastrill in same, Nov., p. 516); in The Monthly Rev., Feb., 1782, lxvi. 121-7.
See also the preface to Wright's Latin translation, 1786; H. Headley, Fugitive pieces, London, 1785, p. 36; W. and D. in The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1798, lxviii. 481; Varro in N. & Q., Feb. 22, 1851, 1st ser. iii. 138; A cursory examination of Dr. Johnson's strictures on the lyric performances of Gray, London, printed for S. Crowder, 1781, 8vo, pp. [ii], 22, BM (T. 1564. (1)), B. See also Sir Walter Raleigh, Six lectures on Johnson, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1910, 8vo, pp. 30, 139-40. See also nos. 1031, 1039, 1573-1577, 1585, 1615, 1670, 1714, 1953.
Also in Storr's edition of the Poems and letters, [1879], pp. 1-15; and in Geo. Birkbeck Hill's edition of Johnson's Lives, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1905, 8vo, iii. 421-45 (see also the index).

Thomas James Mathias. Runic odes. Imitated from the Norse tongue. In the manner of Mr. Gray. London. Printed for T. Payne, T. Becket [and others]. 1781.
[1572  
4to, pp. [ii], 33.   BM (161. m. 5)
Introductory sonnet to Gray.
New ed., London, T. Becket, 1790, 8vo, pp. 40.   BM (444. e. 22)
Also in L. Apuleius, The garland of flowers, etc., New York, 1806, 12mo.   BM (11642. c. 10)

The Universal Magazine. Memoirs of the life of Mr. Gray,




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with a reproduction of the monument of that celebrated poet. Sept., Oct., 1781, lxix. 137-40, 200-1.
[1572a  
1782. H. [On Johnson's strictures on Gray's poems.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1782, lii. 19-21.
[1573  
Philo-Lyristes. [On Johnson's Lives.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1782, lii. 22.
[1574  
[W. Tindal.] Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Life, and critical observations on the works of Gray. London. Printed for the author and sold by J. Fielding and J. Walter. 1782.
[1575  
8vo, pp. 84.   BM (T. 1564. (2))
Written independently of A cursory examination, etc., which takes up only The progress of poesy and The bard. Defends Gray. Rev. in The Monthly Rev., Feb., 1783, lxviii. 186.

1783. The Gentleman's Magazine. Verses addressed to Mr. Mason, written before the appearance of Mr. Potter's learned and ingenious refutation of Dr. Johnson's criticisms in his Life of Mr. Gray. Oct., 1783, liii. 871.
[1576  
Robert Potter. An | inquiry | into some passages in | Dr. Johnson's Lives of the poets: | particularly | his observations on | lyric poetry, | and | the Odes of Gray. | By R. Potter. | London: | Printed for J. Dodsley, Pall-mall. | M.DCC.LXXXIII.
[1577  
4to, pp. [ii], 50. Portrait.   BM (116. i. 28), HU
Comment by Walpole in his letter to Mason, June 9, 1783, Mrs. Toynbee, no. 2415.

1785. Giovanni Andres. In his Dell' origine, de' progressi e dello stato attuale d' ogni letteratura, Venezia, 1785-87, 8vo, iv. 128 f., vi. 194, 210.
[1578  
John Pinkerton. In his Letters of literature by Robert Heron, London, G. G. J. & J. Robinson, 1785, 8vo, pp. 42, 63-6, 103, 130 f., 185, 298-300, 365 f. (the last on Gray's opinion of Hume).
[1578a  
William Hayley. In his An essay on epic poetry, Epistle iii. In his Works iii., Poems and plays, London, T. Cadell, 1785, 8vo, pp. 51-2.
[1579  
Anna Seward. In Letters of Anna Seward: written between the years 1784 and 1807, Edinburgh, Constable, 1811, 8vo, i. 54, 62 f., 194, 202, 240, 272, 384, ii. 40, 42, 58, 86, 144 f., 148, 187 f., 224, 248, 259, 277, 290, 297, 307, 322, 339, 364, 376, 378, iii. 86, 121, 128, 141, 169, 185, 214, 325, 357, iv. 23, 39, 159, 364, 382, v. 15, 48, 188 f., 192, 202, 222, 346, 372, vi. 71, 127, 165 f., 336, 375.
[1580  
The index is very defective.
The references to Gray begin in 1785.




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1786. Henry Headley [pseud. C. T. O.]. Instances of poetical imitations in Milton &c. In The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1786, lvi. 134-6.
[1581  
— Miscellaneous observations on Milton and other writers. In same, June, 1786, lvi. 486-8.
[1581a  
Also in his Fugitive pieces, London, C. Dilly, 1785, 8vo, pp. 39-42 (the whole has pp. iii, [1], 76, [1]).   BM (77.i.7)

J. Taite. The tears of genius: an ode. By Mr. Taite. In Gray's Poems, 1786, pp. xxxiii-xxxix. See no. 70.
[1582  
Also in The poetical works of T. Gray, ed. S. Jones, London, 1799, pp. 178-85 (see no. 84); and in same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 215-22 (see no. 85). Also in his Poetical works, 1844, pp. 130-34 (see no. 116).

1788. Vicesimus Knox. In his Winter evenings: or, Lucubrations on life and letters, London, Chas. Dilly, 1788, 8vo, i. 131.
[1583  
Merlin de Douai. Vers à Gray. In L'Année Littéraire, 1788, vi. about p. 200.
[1584  
Reprinted in Le Journal Encyclopédique, Nov. 1, 1788.

1789. Robert Potter. The art of criticism; as exemplified in Dr. Johnson's Lives of the most eminent English poets. London. Printed for T. Hookham. 1789.
[1585  
8vo, pp. [ii], 250. On Gray, pp. 181-8.   BM (T. 1564. (4))

1790. Adam Smith. In his Treatise on the theory of the moral sentiments, London, A. Strahan, 1790, 6th ed., i. 311.
[1586  
Not in the earlier editions.

Helen Maria Williams. Characters of English poets. In The Universal Mag., Nov., 1790, lxxxvii. 257.
[1586a  
On Shakespeare, Milton, Thomson, Pope, Gray. Verse.

1791. James Boswell. In his Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D., London, 1791, 4to, 2 vols.; ed. G. B. Hill, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1887 (see the index).
[1587  
In The British Plutarch [ed. by T. Mortimer], 3d ed., London, 1791, vii. 176 ff.
[1587a  
Cf. no. 1645.

1792. B. Zwei Seestücke. Nach Gray. In Musenalmanach für 1792, Hamburg, Bohn, pp. 7-9.
[1588  
Imitations of The bard and The progress of poesy.

N. On Gray. In Poems, chiefly by gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall, Bath, R. Cruttwell, 1792, 8vo, i. 144-5.
[1589  
Begins, Mix thy soft tear with Gray's enchanting line. 5 stanzas, metre of the Elegy. Probably by W. Northam.




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1793. Thomas Beddoes. In his Observations on the nature of demonstrative evidence, London, J. Johnson, 1793, 8vo, pp. 123-4 (the whole has pp. xii, 172).
[1590  
William Belsham. "But the most truly poetical genius of this reign [that of George II] was unquestionably Gray, had his powers been fully expanded by the sunshine of popular and courtly encouragement. The Bard and Church-yard Elegy are master-pieces of sublime enthusiasm, and plaintive elegance." In his Memoirs of the kings of Great Britain, of the house of Brunswick-Lunenburg, London, 1793, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1590a  
Quoted in The Universal Mag., Apr., 1794, xciv. 248.

1794. Robert Anderson. In his ed. of The Works of the British Poets, London, 1794, 8vo, x. 185-213. See no. 79.
[1591  
The Biographical Magazine. London, Harrison & Co., 1794, 8vo. Gray, no. 62. Portrait.
B   [1592  
A farewell ode on a distant prospect of Cambridge by the author of The Brunoniad. Cambridge. W. H. Lunn. 1794.
[1593  
4to, pp. 15.   BM (11630. f. 8)
Not a parody, but alludes to Gray.

[Thomas James Mathias.] In his The pursuits of literature, or What you will: a satirical poem in dialogue, part the first, London, printed for J. Owen, 1794, 4to, p. 12 (the whole has pp. 40).
BM (11602. gg. 26), B (Godw. Pamph. 1491 (13))   [1594  
First published anonymously.
On the Greek translations of the Elegy.
In same, 3d edition, London, T. Becket, 1797, part iii., ll. 1-66.
In the 8th edition, 1798, p. 174. Quoted thence in N. & Q., Dec. 29, 1849, 1st ser. i. 138-9.
In the 11th edition, 1801, pp. 50-1, 177-92, 334, 338, n.

Henry Crabb Robinson. In his Diary, reminiscences, and correspondence, selected and ed. by Thomas Sadler, London, Macmillan, 1869, 8vo, i. 21, 114, 303, ii. 165.
[1595  
The references to Gray begin in 1794.

1796. Richard Payne Knight. In his The progress of civil society, a didactic poem, in six books, London, printed by W. Buhner & Co. for G. Nicol, 1796, 4to, pp. xxiii, [1], 155.
[1596  
See iii. 395-403; also p. 111, n. 1, p. 120, n. Severely censured by Walpole in his Letters, ed. Mrs. Toynbee, xv. 397-9; concerning this see C. S. Northup, A critique by Horace Walpole, in The Modern Language Rev., July, 1911, vi. 387-9.




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1797. The Universal Magazine. Sept., 1797, ci. 145-8.
[1596a  
On the Gray-Walpole quarrel.

Joseph Warton. In his edition of Pope's Works, London, 1797, 8vo, 9 vols.
[1596b  
A passage from this is quoted in The Universal Mag., July, 1797, ci. 36.

1798. Jacob Bryant. Letter, Dec. 24, 1798. In Mitford's Life, in Moultrie's ed., 1845, pp. lx-lxvi. See no. 116a.
[1597  
Also in Gray's Poetical works, ed. Moultrie, 2d edition, 1847. See no. 117.

Nathan Drake. In his On lyric poetry. In his Literary history or Sketches critical and narrative, Sudbury, 1798, 8vo, pp. 377-404 (the whole has pp. [6], viii, [2], 529).
BM   [1598  
2d edition, 1800; 3d edition, 1804; 4th edition, 1820.

W. & D. [On the Eton Ode and the Elegy.] In The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1798, lxviii. 481.
[1599  
Horace Walpole. The works of Horatio Walpole, Earl of Orford. London: Printed for G. G. & J. Robinson, Paternoster Row and J. Edwards, Pall Mall. 1798.
[1599a  
4to, 5 vols.
Walpole's letters (see vols. ii., iv., v.) refer frequently to Gray. They were subsequently issued as follows: His letters to George Montague, 1736-70, London, 1818, 4to; his letters to William Cole and others, 1745-82, London, 1818, 4to; his letters to the Earl of Hertford and Rev. Henry Zouch, London, 1825, 4to; his private correspondence, "now first collected," London, 1820, 8vo (an expurgated edition of this in 1837, 8vo); his letters to Sir Horace Mann, ed. Lord Dover, London, 1833, 8vo; his collected letters, edited by J. Wright, London, Richard Bentley, 1840, 8vo, 6 volumes; his letters to Sir Horace Mann, 1760-85, London, Bentley, 1843, 8vo, 4 volumes; his letters to the Countess of Ossory, ed. Rt. Hon. R. Vernon Smith, London, Bentley, 1848, 8vo, 2 volumes; his correspondence with Mason, edited by Mitford, London, Bentley, 1851, his collected letters, ed. P. Cunningham, London, 1857, 8vo, 9 volumes (9th edition, 1891); 30 letters to Thomas Walpole and Thomas W., Jr., London, Longmans, 1902; his collected letters, ed. Mrs. Toynbee, London, 1903-05, 8vo, 16 volumes. For fuller titles see Mrs. Toynbee's bibliographical note, i. xxxi-xxxiii.

1799. Fragment of an ode on the death of Mr. Gray. In The poetical works of Thomas Gray, ed. by S. Jones, London, 1799, pp. 171-5. See no. 84.
[1600  
Begins, Fair are the gardens of the Aonian mount. Not before printed in a collected edition.
In same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 208-12. See no. 85.

Friedrich Matthisson. 1799. See no. 1228.
[1601  
These letters contain some anecdotes of Gray.




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Ode on the death of Mr. Gray. In The poetical works of Thomas Gray, ed. S. Jones, London, 1799, pp. 167-70. See no. 84.
[1602  
Begins, Enough of fabling, and th' unhallowed haunts. 6 stanzas. Not before printed in a collected edition.
In same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 195-8 (see no. 85). Also in Poetical works, 1844, pp. 120-1 (see no. 116).

[John Pinkerton, ed.] In his Walpoliana, London, R. Phillips, [1799], 12mo.
BM (1087. a. 6)   [1603  
Second edition, London, [1800?], 8vo.
There was also an edition by B. Smith, Dublin, 1800, 12mo, pp. xlii, 230.

Stanzas on the death of Mr. Gray, by A Lady. In The poetical works of T. Gray, ed. S. Jones, London, 1799, pp. 176-7. See no. 84.
[1604  
Begins, Where sleeps the Bard who graced Museus' hearse. 7 stanzas, metre of the Elegy.
Not before printed in a collected edition.
In same, 2d edition, 1800, pp. 213-4 (see no. 85). Also in Gray's Poetical works, 1844, pp. 129-30 (see no. 116).

1800. Samuel Berdmore. Observations on Mr. Gray's two Pindaric odes. In The European Mag., May, 1800, xxxvii. 345-8, Nov., xxxviii. 329-32. Signed O. P. C.
[1605  
Reprinted in his Specimens of literary resemblance, in the works of Pope, Gray, and other celebrated writers; with critical observations: in a series of letters, London, printed for G. Wilkie, 1801, 8vo, pp. 13-46 (the whole has pp. [ii], 127).   BPL, BM (72. d. 15)
Rev. in The Monthly Rev., May, 1802, n. s. xxxviii. 23-9. Comment in same, July, p. 336.

De Albetera. Critical observations on the poetry of Mr. Gray. In The Universal Mag., Aug., Sept., 1800, cvii. 123-5, 198-201.
[1605a  
Reply by S. P., Oct., pp. 293-4.

Samuel Parr. In his A Spital sermon, preached at Christ Church, upon Easter Tuesday, April 15, 1800; to which are added notes, London, J. Mawman, 1800, 4to, pp. 115-8 (the whole has pp. [iv], 161, [1]).
[1606  
On Gray's low opinion of Cambridge; a defense of Cambridge.
Quoted by Mitford in his edition, i. xvi, notes 1 and 2. See no. 19.

1801. Ludwig Gotthard Kosengarten. Etwas über Gray's Leben und Charakter. In his Rhapsodieen, 1801, pp. 37-76.
[1607  
1802. A. Z. A. [On the whereabouts of Gray's MSS.] In The Gentleman's Mag., June, 1802, lxxii. 519.
[1608  




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1803. John Aikin and others. In General biography, London, Johnson 1803, iv. 501-4. Whole work, 1799-1815, 10 vols.
[1609  
Rev. in The British Critic, June, 1804, xxiii. 632-45, where an extract from the life of Gray is quoted.

Samuel Miller. In his A brief retrospect of the eighteenth century, part first, New York, T. & J. Swords, 1803, 8vo, ii. 205, 207-8.
[1610  
Anna Seward. Written in a very minute edition of Gray's Poems. In The Poetical Register, 1803, iii. 86.
[1611  
Four lines, pentameter, aabb.
Also in her Poetical works, ed. Scott, Edinburgh, 1810, 8vo, ii. 134.

1804. Fragment. On the death of Gray. In George Huddesford, editor, The Wiccamical chaplet, London, Leigh, Sotheby & Son, 1804, 8vo, p. 191 (the whole has pp. xv, [1], 223).
[1612  
    Well was he skill'd in old Poetic Lore—
Not such alone as Greece or Latium sung—
    He dar'd thro' Gothic Darkness to explore;
And strike the Lyre that Runic Bards had strung.

    Heard ye that sound!—Alas! who has not heard!
The magic Voice still vibrates in my ear,
    What time great Odin's sable Form appear'd,
And Hela's Confines trembled at his spear.

W. M. Further strictures on Gray, the poet. In The Universal Mag., Dec., 1804, n. s. ii. 505-7.
[1613  
Philodice. Defence of Gray, the poet. In The Universal Mag., Oct., 1804, n. s. ii. 302-6.
[1614  
A reply to Johnson.

William. In The Universal Mag., Dec., 1804, n. s. ii. 505-7.
[1615  
1805. Norton Nicholls. Reminiscences of Gray. Dated Nov. 18, 1805. In The correspondence of Thomas Gray and the Rev. Norton Nicholls, ed. J. Mitford, London, 1843, pp. 29-53. See no. 31.
[1616  
Also in Tovey's edition of the Letters, 1904, ii. 275-92. See no. 1226.

1806. The European Magazine. On Gray's imitations. In The Reasoner. Oct., Dec., 1806, l. 292-5, 451-3.
[1617  
Replies: Y. Z., Nov., pp. 341-2; W. N., Jan., 1807, ii. 32-4; Vindicator, Feb., 1807, pp. 106-8.

Sir William Forbes. In his An account of the life and writings of James Beattie, LL. D., Edinb., Constable, 1806, 4to, i. 70-2, 113-5, 197-203, 205 f., 213, 215 f.
[1618  




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1807. Edward A. Bray. Memorabilia from Mr. Bray's notes, Jan. 27, 1807. Printed by Mitford in his Pickering ed. of Gray's Works, 1836, i. cxi-cxiii.
[1618a  
The Port Folio. On the Latin poetry of Gray. Sept. 12, 1807, n. s. iv. 161-3.
[1619  
Percival Stockdale. In his Lectures on the truly eminent English poets, London, Longman, 1807, 1. 8vo, ii. 538-641.
[1620  
Cf. The Edinb. Rev., April, 1808, xii. 82. Rev. by John Foster in The Eclectic Rev., March, 1808; same in his Critical essays, 1860, i. 144-57.

1808. Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. Genius incompatible with a narrow taste. In Censura literaria, London, 1808, vii. 315-8.
[1621  
— Traits in the character of Gray the bard. In Censura literaria, 1808, vii. 395-9.
[1622  
In 2d edition, 1815, viii. 216-21.

Nicolas LeMoyne Desessarts and Antoine-Alexandre Barbier. In Nouvelle bibliothèque d'un homme de goût, Paris, Duminil-Lesueur, 1808-10, 8vo, i. 425-6; the whole has 5 vols.
[1623  
First edition by Desessarts, 1798, 8vo, 3 volumes, Suppl., 1799.

Thomas James Mathias. All' erudito e nell' amena letteratura versatissimo Norton Nicholls. Canzone. In his Aggiunta ai Componimenti lirici de' più illustri poeti d' Italia, London, Becket, 1808.
[1624  
Reprinted separately in 1810, and in his edition of Gray, 1814, i. 529-35 (see no. 18); also in Mitford's edition of The correspondence of Gray and Nicholls, 1843, pp. 22-8 (see no. 31).

1809. Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. On the beneficence of Providence in bestowing a sensibility to the charms of Nature; and on the permanent power of delighting possessed by poetry, which describes them. The Ruminator, no. 55. In Censura literaria, 1809, ix. 409-12.
[1625  
The European Magazine. Anecdote of the late Duchess of Northumberland. Oct., 1809, lvi. 248.
[1626  
Thomas James Mathias. A copy of a letter occasioned by the death of the Rev. Norton Nicholls, LL. B., Rector of Lound and Bradwell in the county of Suffolk. Written privately to a friend.
[1627  
1809. Privately printed. Pp. 30.
Reprinted in his Poesie liriche e prose toscane, London, 1810.




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Also in The Gentleman's Mag., Oct., 1810, lxxx. 346-51, without the Canzone (see also Philalethes in same, pp. 601-2), and in Mathias's edition of Gray, 1814, i. 515-35 (see no. 18). Reprinted also in Nichols, Illustrations of the literary history of the 18th century, London, 1828, v. 65-83, with the Canzone; and by Mitford in his edition of The correspondence of Gray and Nicholls, 1843, pp. 1-28 (see no. 31).
The Italian Canzone was written in August, 1807.

1810. Friedrich Bouterwek. In his Geschichte der Poesie und Beredsamkeit seit dem Ende des 13. Jahrhunderts, Göttingen, J. F. Rower, 1810, 8vo, viii. 32-3 (the whole is in 12 vols., 1801-19).
[1627a  
Thomas Green. In his Extracts from the diary of a lover of literature, Ipswich, John Raw, 1810, 4to, p. 60.
[1627b  
Entry for Sept. 13, 1801. The volume has pp. vii, [1], 241, [6].   BM
Also in The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1834, n. s. i. 140-1.

William Wordsworth. In his Prose works, ed. by Alex. B. Grosart, London, Moxon, 1876 [1875], 8vo, ii. 41, 67-8, 85-6, 327, 344 f., iii. 507.
[1628  
The essay Upon epitaphs dates from about 1810.

1812. The Gentleman's Magazine. [Miscellaneous notes; letter signed * * *.] Jan., 1812, lxxxii. 1. 37-8.
[1629  
John Bowyer Nichols. In his Literary anecdotes of the eighteenth century, London, printed for the author, 1812-5, 8vo, 9 vols. See the index s.v. Elegia, Gray, T.
[1630  
1813. M. H. [The fate of Gray's library.] In The Gentleman's Mag., March, 1813, lxxxiii. 1. 197.
[1631  
[John Penn.] In his An historical and descriptive account of Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire, London, W. Buhner & Co., 1813, 8vo, pp. [iv], 74. 8 plates.
BM   [1632  
1814. Alexander Chalmers. In The general biographical dictionary, new ed., London, J. Nichols & Son, and others, 1814, xvi. 215-23.
[1633  
E. J. [Portraits.] In The Gentleman's Mag., May, 1814, lxxxiv. 1. 427-8.
[1634  
*Thomas James Mathias. Postscript. In his ed. of Gray's Works, 1814, ii. 581-629.
[1635  
Reprinted as follows:
Observations on the writings and on the character of Mr. Gray. London. Printed for T. Cadell & W. Davies. 1815.
8vo, pp. [iv], 180.   NYP, BM (11825. f. 21), COLU
Includes the memoir of Nicholls, the Canzone, and a list of the contents of the edition of 1814.




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A passage was quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Aug., 1846, n. s. xxvi. 122, n.
There was a new edition in 1833, privately printed, dated: Italy | 1833 | 16mo, pp. [ii], 106.

[Thomas Dunham Whitaker.] The life and works of Gray. In The Quarterly Rev., July, 1814, xi. 304-18.
[1636  
A review of Mathias and Mason.

*John Mitford. Essay on the poetry of Gray. In his ed. of Gray's Works, 1814. See no. 101.
[1637  
In his edition of 1816 i. xci-clxxvi. See no. 19.
In his edition of 1835 ii. i-cxvii. See no. 30.

— Life. In his ed., 1814. See no. 101.
[1638  
In his edition of 1816 i. i-xc, with four appendices. See no. 19. Does not include Bryant's letter.
In his edition of 1840 i. i-cxxiv. See no. 30.
Also reprinted in Moultrie's edition, 2d edition, 1847, pp. i-lxvi. See no. 117. Includes Bryant's letter, pp. lx-lxvi, which, so far as I can determine, was not in the 1st edition.

— Sonnet. In his ed., 1814, p. iii. See no. 101.
[1639  
In his edition of 1816, i. clxxvii. See no. 19.

1815. Richard Ackermann. In his A history of the University of Cambridge, London, 1815, 4to, i. 24, 75-9.
[1640  
Edward Jones. [On Gray's portrait.] In Nichols's Literary anecdotes of the 18th century, London, 1815, ix. 717 f.
[1641  
Thomas James Mathias. To the memory of Gray. In The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1815, lxxxv. 1. 350.
[1642  
On Mathias see W. P. Courtney in The Diet, of Nat. Biog., 1894, xxxvii. 47-9.

1816. Francis, Lord Jeffrey. In his rev. of Swift's Works ed. Scott. In The Edinburgh Rev., Sept., 1816, xxvii. 7.
[1643  
Also in his Contributions to The Edinburgh Review, London, Longman, 1844, 8vo, i. 65-66; cf. p. 132.

William Wordsworth. In Letters of the Wordsworth family, ed. by William Knight, Boston, Ginn, 1907, 8vo, ii. 80, 154, 176, 314, iii. 317.
[1644  
The references to Gray begin in 1816.

Francis Wrangham. In his The British Plutarch, London, 1816, 8vo, vi. 185-205.
[1645  
Apparently not in the New York edition, 1816, 8 volumes.   COLU
Cf. no. 1587a.

1817. M. Walckenaer. In Biographie universelle, Paris, 1817, xviii. 361-4.
[1646  
In the nouvelle édition, 1857, xvii. 404-6.




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1818. William Hazlitt. In his Lectures on the English poets, delivered at the Surrey Institution, London, Taylor & Hessey, 1818, 8vo, pp. 234-6 (the whole has pp. [viii], 331).
BM   [1647  
Rev. in The North American Rev., March, 1819, viii. 307-9.

John Preston Neale. In his Views of the seats of noblemen and gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, London, 1818, i. no. 20.
[1648  
An engraving of Stoke Park, with 2 pages of text.

1819. Thomas Moore. In his Memoirs, journal, and correspondence, ed. John Russell, London, Longman, 1853-6, 8vo, iii. 82, iv. 79, v. 139.
[1649  
The references to Gray begin in 1819.

The Quarterly Review. In Narrative and romantic poems of the Italians. April, 1819, xxi. 502-3.
[1650  
— In View of Grecian philosophy.—The clouds, etc. April, 1819, xxi. 287, n., 296, n.
[1651  
1821. [William Lisle Bowles.] A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Byron, protesting against the immolation of Gray, Cowper, and Campbell at the shrine of Pope. London. Printed for G. Cowie & Co. 1821.
[1651a  
8vo, pp. 34. Signed Fabius.   BM, HU

Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges, Bart. In The Anti-Critic for August, 1821, and March, 1822, Geneva, W. Fick, 1822, 8vo, pp. 40-4, 103-15 (the whole has pp. xii, 256, xii).
[1652  
George Gordon Noel, Lord Byron. In his Letter to [John Murray] on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's stricture on the life and writings of Pope, London, Murray, 1821, 8vo.
[1653  
Written from Ravenna, Feb. 7, 1821. Rev. in The North American Rev., Oct., 1821, xiii. 450-73.
Second edition, revised, London, 1821.

— In his Works, ed. by E. H. Coleridge and R. E. Prothero, London, Murray, 1898-1901 (see the index).
[1654  
William Hazlitt. In his Table talk; or, Original essays, London, John Warren, Henry Colburn & Co., 1821, 1822, 8vo, i. 166, 225, ii. 63-4.
[1655  
Noemon. On Gray's opinion of Collins. In The London Mag., July, 1821, iv. 13-6.
[1656  
1822. The London Magazine. On the life and writings of William Mason. July, 1822, vi. 10-20.
[1657  
— In Scraps of criticism. Dec., 1822, vi. 563.
[1658  
On El, ll. 45-8; PP iii. 2. ll. 7, 8.




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Henry Mackenzie. In his An account of the life and writings of John Home, Esq., Edinburgh, 1822, 8vo, p. 17.
[1659  
Quoted in Gray, ed. Pickering, 1836, iv. 307. See no. 30.

1823. The Classical Journal. Parallel passages. London, 1823, xxviii. 210-11.
[1660  
On the Elegy and the Hymn to Adversity.

Charles Lamb. In his Amicus redivivus. In The London Mag., Dec., 1823, viii. 613-5.
[1661  
Also in Essays of Elia, 2d ser.; in Lucas's edition ii. 209-13, 432-6.
See also under Dobell, B., no. 1915.

George Smeeton (?). In The Unique, London, Smeeton, 1823, 8vo, i. no. 32.
[1662  
Portrait and 2 pp. of description. Pp. not numbered.
Cf. The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1824, xciv. 2. 482.
In the edition of [1824], ii. no. 77. 6 pp. of text.   B

1824. Effigies poeticae: or The portraits of the British poets illustrated by notes biographical, critical, and poetical. London. James Carpenter & Son. 1824.
[1663  
8vo, pp. [4], ii, 112. On Gray, pp. 88-9, no. 112.

Johann Friedrich Ludwig Wachler. In his Handbuch der Geschichte der Literatur, Frankfurt a. M., Barth, 1824, 8vo.
[1663a  
In the 3d ed., Leipzig, 1833, iii. 293.

T. Z. Stanzas to the memory of Gray. In The Mirror, Jan. 10, 1824, iii. 21.
[1664  
5 stanzas, metre of the Elegy.

1825. The New York Literary Gazette. Collins and Gray. Sept. 10, 1825, i. 3-4.
CU   [1664a  
1826. Walter Savage Landor. In his Johnson and Horn Tooke. In Imaginary conversations, 2d ed., 1826.
[1665  
Not in the 1st edition. In C. G. Crump's edition, London, 1891, 8vo, iii. 380-4.

Richard Polwhele. In his Traditions and recollections. London, 1826, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1666  
Reprinted in The Liverpool Repository of Literature, Philosophy, and Commerce, 1826, cols. 123-4.

1827. Alciphron. In Speculations on literary pleasures. In The Gentleman's Mag., July, Aug., 1827, xcvii. 2. 33, 116-7.
[1667  




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1828. Joseph Cradock. In his Literary and miscellaneous memoirs, London, J. B. Nichols & Son, 1828, 8vo, i. 82, 107-8, 182-4, 189, iv. 223-6, 231-2.
[1668  
Rev. in The London Mag., April, 1826, n. s. iv. 560-2. Parts on Gray quoted in same, p. 571.

John Bowyer Nichols. In his Illustrations of the literary history of the eighteenth century, London, J. B. Nichols, Son, & Bentley, 1828-31, 8vo, v. 66-8, 784, 797, vi. 739, 805.
[1669  
1829. Henry Neele. In his Literary remains, London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1829, 8vo, pp. 211-3.
[1670  
Disparages Gray and defends Johnson.
Also in his Lectures on English poetry, from the reign of Edward the Third to the time of Burns and Cowper, 3d edition, London, John Thomas, 1839, 8vo, pp. 215-17 (the whole has pp. xv, [i], 229).   BM

1830. James Dunbar. In his Essays on the history of mankind in rude and cultivated ages, London, W. Strahan, etc., 1830, 8vo, p. 117 (the whole has pp. [xii], 436).
[1671  
J * * *. Stoke Park.— Mr. Penn. In The Mirror, May 8, 1830, xv. 324-5.
[1672  
The Mirror. Gray's monument at Stoke. April 17, 1830, xv. 257-8.
[1673  
1831. Charles Victor de Bonstetten. In his Souvenirs de Ch. Victor de Bonstetten écrites en 1831, Paris, J. Cherbuliez, 1832, 12mo, pp. 116-9 (the whole has pp. [iv], 124).
[1674  
Arthur Henry Hallam. 1831. In his Remains in verse and prose, London, John Murray, 1863, 8vo, p. 139, note.
[1675  
Quoted by Mitford, Corr. of Gray and Mason, 2d edition, p. 488.

The Mirror. Illustrations of Gray. Nov. 19, 1831, xviii. 353-4.
[1676  
1833. Isaac Disraeli. Poetical imitations and similarities. In his Curiosities of literature, Boston, Lilly, Wait, Colman, & Holden, 1833, sm. 8vo, iii. 9-31.
[1676a  
In the edition of Wm. Veazie, Boston, 1858, ii. 260-79.

Joseph Haslewood (1769-1833) intended to publish an ed. of Gray. See J. F. M. in N. & Q., April 13, 1850, 1st ser. i. 386.
[1677  
1834. Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. Thomas Gray, the poet. In his Imaginative biography, London, Saunders & Otley, 1834, 8vo, i. 78-122.
[1678  
Isaac Disraeli. Of suppressors and dilapidators of MSS. In




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his Curiosities of literature, 9th ed., London, Moxon, 1834, sm. 8vo, iv. 288-90; see also pp. 288-90, 293.
[1679  
Not in the 1st or the 7th edition. In the edition of Wm. Veazie, Boston, 1858, iii. 210-1.

In The Georgian era: memoirs of the most eminent persons, who have flourished in Great Britain, from the accession of George I to the demise of George IV, London, Vizetelly, Branston & Co., 1834, 8vo, iii. 331-3.
[1680  
In Nuts to crack: or Quips, quirks, anecdote, and facete [sic], of Oxford and Cambridge scholars, London, Bailey & Co., 1834, pp. 227-8; see also pp. 41-2.
[1681  
On a contrast between Gray and Warburton.

1835. Sir James Mackintosh. In Memoirs of the life of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh, ed. by his son Robert James Mackintosh, London, Edw. Moxon, 1835, 8vo, ii. 172-3. 2 vols.
[1682  
1836. *Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. Thomas Gray and his poetry. In Walford's Antiq. Mag., March, 1884, v. 123-8.
[1683  
Dated Geneva, April, 1836.

François Auguste, Vicomte de Chateaubriand. In his Essai sur la littérature anglaise, Paris, 1836, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1684  
In the London edition, 1836, Edward Churton, pp. 308-11.
In his Sketches of English literature, London, Henry Colburn, 1836, 8vo, ii. 257-60.

William Cole. Extracts from his MSS. were printed by Mitford in his Pickering ed. of Gray, 1836, i. xcix-civ.
[1684a  
Samuel Taylor Coleridge. In his Literary remains, 1836.
[1685  
Reprinted in his Works, New York, Harper, 1853, 8vo, iv. 394-8, vi. 493.

1837. A Constant Reader. [Where Gray was born.] In The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1837, n. s. vii. 114.
[1686  
George Godfrey Cunningham. In his Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, from Alfred the Great to the latest times, Glasgow, Fullarton, 1837, 8vo, vi. 99-100.
[1687  
*Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer, Baron Lytton. Gray's works. In The London and Westminster Rev., July, 1837, v. and xxvii. 1-16.
[1688  
Also in his Quarterly essays, London, Routledge, 1868, 8vo, pp. 119-36, and in his Miscellaneous prose works, London, 1868, i. 135-58.




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F. M. In his Stemmata atheniensia, London, John W. Parker, 1837, 4to, p. 7.
[1689  
Thomas Moule. In his The English counties delineated, London, Geo. Virtue, 1837, 4to, i. 168. 2 vols.
[1690  
On Stoke Pogis.

Robert Aris Eldridge Willmott. Goldsmith and Gray. In The Church of England Quart. Rev., April, 1837, i. 360-89.
[1691  
1838. The British and Foreign Review. April, 1838, vi. 397-420.
[1692  
A review of Mitford's edition.

Londiniana. Great fire in Cornhill, and Bishopsgate St.— Birthplace of Gray, the poet. Reprinted in The Mirror, Jan. 27, 1838, xxxi. 53-4.
[1693  
The Penny Cyclopaedia, London, Chas. Knight & Co., 1838, xi. 400-1.
[1694  
1839. The Cambridge Portfolio i. no. 4. 4to. 1839.
[1695  
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1839, n. s. xii. 219-34; see esp. pp. 226-8.

1840. James Hildyard. Critique on Gray. In The Cambridge Portfolio, ed. John James Smith, London, John W. Parker, 1840, 8vo, pp. 142-7.
[1696  
Horace Walpole. Walpole's Letters, [ed. J. Wright], London, R. Bentley, 1840, ii. opp. p. 462, includes an engraving of Eckhardt's portrait.
[1696a  
Robert Aris Eldridge Willmott. A dream of the poets. Spenser, Milton, Cowley, Jonson, Crashaw and Gray. In John James Smith, The Cambridge Portfolio, London, John W. Parker, 1840, 8vo, i. 47-53.
[1697  
1841. Thomas Carlyle. In his On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history, London, Jas. Fraser, 1841, 8vo, p. 55.
[1698  
The Penny Magazine. Railway rambles. Stoke. Oct. 23, 1841, n. s. x. 412-4.
[1699  
Pictures of the church and the Gray monument.

1842. *Fraser's Magazine. Characters of celebrated authors, ancient and modern, i. Gray. May, 1842, xxv. 541-52.
[1700  
Henry David Thoreau. "Gray sedulously cultivated poetry, but the plant would not thrive. His life seems to have needed




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some more sincere and ruder experience." Journal, ed. of 1906, Bos., Houghton, i. 457. Written after Oct. 21, 1842.
[1701-2  
1844. In A brief history of the manor and parish of Stoke-Pogis, Bucks, London, William Edward Painter, [1844?], 12mo, pp. 70, 90-1, 127-8 (the whole has pp. 2, [ii], 140).
BM (796. a. 32)   [1703  
J. R. [Gray on Voltaire.] In his Gibbon's personal defects, etc. In The Gentleman's Mag., Feb., 1844, n. s. xxi. 160.
[1704  
1845. The Athenaeum. [Sale of books and MSS.] Dec. 6, 1845, pp. 1174-5.
[1705  
W. G. C. Ille sub umbrosae qui stratus frondibus ulmi. In Moultrie's ed. of Gray, 1845, pp. 105-6. See no. 116a.
[1706  
Twenty-eight verses prefixed to De principiis cogitandi.

Catalogue of a valuable collection of miscellaneous books . . . by Thomas Gray, the poet. London. 1845. 12mo.
[1707  
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal. The grave of Gray the poet. June 28, 1845, n. s. iii. 78. 410-12.
[1708  
John Moultrie. In Musae etonenses.
[1709  
Also in his ed. of Gray, 1845. See no. 116a.
Reproduced in Arthur Campbell Ainger, Eton in prose and verse, London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1910], 4to, pp. 165-74.

— Stanzas. In his ed. of Gray, Eton, 1845.
[1710  
Begins, Seed-time and harvest, summer's genial heat. 32 Spenserian stanzas.
In the 2d edition, 1847, pp. 1-13.
Stanzas x-xviii quoted in The Gentleman's Mag., Sept., 1845, n. s. xxiv. 233-5.
Twelve stanzas quoted by Creasy, Eminent Etonians, 1850, pp. 309-12; in the 2d edition, 1876, pp. 344-46.

1846. Henry Carey. In his Lives of English poets from Johnson to Kirke White, designed as a continuation of Johnson's Lives, London, Henry G. Bohn, 1846, 8vo, pp. 91, 159, 179, 183 f., 189, 192, 198 f., 202, 205 f., 208, 221 f., 291 f. (the whole has pp. [viii], 419).
[1711  
The Gentleman's Magazine. In a rev. of Dickens's Pictures from Italy. July, 1846, n. s. xxvi. 5.
[1712  
— Sale of the library of Gray the poet. Jan., 1846, n. s. xxv. 29-33.
[1713  
Quotes some marginalia.

Walter Savage Landor. In his Southey and Landor. In Imaginary conversations, Works, 1846, ii.
[1714  
In C. G. Crump's edition, London, 1891, 8vo, iv. 278-79.




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Wiley & Putnam's Literary News-Letter, and Monthly Register of New Books. [On the sale of Gray's books and MSS.] Jan., 1846, v. no. 50. New York.
[1715  
A clipping of this is inserted in the NYP copy of the Van Voorst edition of 1839. See no. 594.

1847. William Howitt. Gray, at Stoke Pogis. In his Homes and haunts of the most eminent British poets, London, R. Bentley, 1847, 8vo, i. 273-85.
[1716  
Second edition, 1847; 3d edition, 1857. Also partly reprinted in Poems of Thomas Gray, ed. W. J. Rolfe, New York, Harper, 1876 (see no. 250), 8vo, pp. 16-20, and in Miss Pound's edition of the Elegy, 1907 (see no. 727a), pp. 61-4.

Edward Jesse. In his Favourite haunts and rural studies: including visits to spots of interest in the vicinity of Windsor and Eton, London, Murray, 1847.
[1717  
Rev. in Tait's Edinburgh Mag., Oct., 1847, n. s. xiv. 709-11.

John Henneage Jesse. In his Literary and historical memorials of London, London, Richard Bentley, 1847, i. 116, 422.
[1718  
Rev. in The Gentleman's Mag., Jan., 1848, n. s. xxix. 3-23; see esp. pp. 9-10, 16. Condemned in The Athenaeum, Aug. 21, 1847, pp. 878-80.

George Lipscome. In his The history and antiquities of the county of Buckingham, London, 1847, ii. 103, iv. 555-7, 568.
[1719  
On Stoke Pogis, see iv. 544-70.

1848. John Forster. In his Life and adventures of Oliver Goldsmith, London, Bradbury & Evans, 1848, 8vo, pp. 94-9 (the whole has pp. xvii, [3], 704).
[1720  
Edward Jesse. Characteristics of the poet Gray. In Bentley's Miscellany, London, 1848, xxiii. 133-5.
[1721  
Leitch Ritchie. In his Windsor Castle, and its environs; including Eton College, 2d ed., with additions by Edward Jesse, London, Bohn, 1848, 8vo, pp. 296-300.
[1722  
1849. Peter Cunningham. In his A handbook for London, past and present, London, Murray, 1849, 8vo, 2 vols. See no. 1846.
[1723  
Anna Marie Fielding (Mrs. S. C.) Hall. The tomb of Thomas Gray. In The Art Journal, Feb. 1, 1849, xi. 50-3.
[1724  
Also in her Pilgrimages to English shrines, London, Arthur Hall, Virtue & Co., 1853, 8vo, pp. 88-104 (the whole has pp. xii, 294).   COLU
Also in The National Mag., Oct., 1855, vii. 296-302.
Notes and illustrations by F. W. Fairholt.




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1850. Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy. In his Memoirs of eminent Etonians, London, Richard Bentley, 1850, 8vo, pp. 299-305 (the whole has pp. xv, [1], 504).
[1725  
Rev. in Bentley's Miscellany, 1850, xxviii. 92-3.
In the new edition, 1876, pp. 332-61.
Rev. in The Academy, May 6, 1876, ix. 429-30.
Attributes Temple's eulogy to Mason.

Henry Theodore Tuckerman. In his Thoughts on the poets, Lon., Geo. Slater, 1850, New York, 1851, 8vo, pp. 29-43.
COLU   [1726  
Interesting and agreeable, but not strikingly original.
Same. German. Charakterbilder englischer Dichter, aus dem Englischen von E. Müller, Marburg, 1857, 8vo.

1851. The American Whig Review. July, 1851, xiv. 30-4.
[1727  
Henry H. Breen. Gray's plagiarisms. In N. & Q., June 7, 1851, 1st ser. iii. 445-6.
[1728  
Cf. Effigies in same, iv. 285.

John Gorton. In his A general biographical dictionary, a new ed., London, Henry G. Bohn, 1851, unpaged.
[1729  
The Quarterly Review. Correspondence of Walpole and Mason. June, 1851, lxxxix. 140-2.
[1730  
Rt. Gray and Cowley. In N. & Q., Sept. 20, 1851-Aug. 7, 1852, 1st ser. iv. 204-5, 252-4, 465-8, vi. 119-22.
[1731  
Reply: K. S., Oct. 4, 1851, iv. 262.

Eliot Warburton. In his Memoirs of Horace Walpole and his contemporaries, Lon., Henry Colburn, 1851, 8vo, i. 64-9, 208, 212, 215, 217-22, 270-94, ii. 126-78.
COLU   [1732  
Robert Aris Eldridge Willmott. In his Pleasures, objects, and advantages of literature; a discourse, Lon., Thos. Bosworth, 1851, sm. 8vo, pp. 9, 19, 23, 41, 56, 61, 70, 72, 81, 107, 139, 197 (the whole has pp. xv, [1], 301).
[1733  
[C. Wright.] Catalogue of a most interesting collection of MSS. and books, of the poet Gray; the whole in beautiful condition. Also of various editions of his works; a posthumous bust; a painting, "View of Gray's tomb and churchyard," by Baron; five original drawings by Westall, R. A.; &c. &c. Which will be sold by Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson at their house, 3, Wellington St., Strand, on Thursday, August 28th, 1851. London. Printed by W. Nicol.
[1734  
1851. 8vo, pp. [ii], 31.   B (Mus. Bibl. III 522 (31)), NYP
Introduction of 4 pp. signed C. W. There was a special edition of




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14 copies in which the purchasers' names and the prices were entered in ink. This apparently bore a different title-page:
A catalogue, briefly descriptive, of various books, and original MSS., of the poet Gray. 1851.
N. p. 8vo, pp. [ii], 27.   BM (824. h. 16), HU
A copy of the former was offered by Tregaskis, London, in 1909, for £3 13s. 6d The 170 lots realized £1038 7/-.

1853. *Whitwell Elwin. Life and works of Gray. In The Quarterly Rev., Dec., 1853, xciv. 1-48.
[1735  
Also in Littell's Living Age, March 25, 1854, xl. (2d ser. iv.) 579-603; in The Eclectic Mag., April, 1854, xxxi. 433-59 (with some passages omitted); in his Some XVIII. century men of letters, London, 1902, 8vo, ii. 447-513. Portrait.

William Caldwell Roscoe. 1853. See no. 1236.
[1736  
Hugh James Rose. In his A new general biographical dictionary, Lon., B. Fellowes [and others], 1853, viii. 94-6.
[1737  
1854. The Athenaeum. [On MSS.] July 29, Aug. 12, 1854, pp. 941-2, 996.
[1738  
Blackwood's Magazine. Gray's letters [and Elegy]. Feb., 1854, lxxv. 242-54.
[1739  
Comment in The Southern Literary Messenger xx. 345.

The Christian Remembrancer. Gray's letters. April, 1854, xxvii. 413-56.
[1740  
The Gentleman's Magazine. The MSS. of the poet Gray [sale]. Sept., 1854, n. s. xlii. 272.
[1741  
Henry Hallam. In his Introduction to the literature of Europe, London, Murray, 1854, pp. 20, 31, 363.
[1742  
Henry T. Riley. Gray and Stephen Duck. In N. & Q., Aug. 26, 1854, 1st ser. x. 160.
[1743  
1855. Walter Bagehot. In his works, ed. by Forrest Morgan, Hartford, Conn., The Travellers' Insurance Co., 1891, i. (see the index).
[1744  
The references to Gray begin in 1855.

G. L. S. In N. & Q., May 26, 1855, 1st ser. xi. 409.
[1745  
Mainly on Garrick's lines.

1856. Edward Monroe. In his Parochial lectures on English poetry, London, 1856, pp. 322-8.
[1746  
Samuel Rogers. In Recollections of the tabletalk of Samuel Rogers, [ed. A. Dyce], Lon., Edw. Moxon, 1856, 8vo, pp. viii, 355.
BM   [1747  
In the edition of Appleton, New York, 1856, pp. 34-8, 91, 160, 221.
Rev. in The Eclectic Mag., March, 1856, n. s. xi. 286-95. Comment




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on this by Frederick John Vipan in The Gentleman's Mag., April, 1856, n. s. xlv. 384-5.

1857. L[eo] J[oubert]. In Nouvelle biographie générale, Paris, Firmin Didot Frères, 1857, xxi. 756-9.
[1748  
1858. Walter Savage Landor. Goldsmith and Gray. In his Dry sticks fagoted by Walter Savage Landor, London, 1858.
[1749  
Also in his Works, London, Chapman & Hall, 1876, 8vo, viii. 290.
Twelve lines, pentameter couplets.

C. H. Monicke. In his The book of British poets, Leipzig, 1858, 8vo, pp. 389 ff.
[1749a  
John Timbs. Gray at Eton and Cambridge. In his Schooldays of eminent men, Lon., Kent & Co., 1858, 8vo, pp. viii, 216-9 (the whole has pp. 310).
[1750  
In the edition of Follett, Foster & Co., Columbus, 1860, pp. 215-7.   CU

1859. J. G. N. Gray's copy of Strype's Stowe. In N. & Q., Nov. 19, 1859, 2d ser. viii. 416.
[1751  
1861. J. A. H. Thomas Gray, and the literature of the eighteenth century. In Temple Bar, Oct., 1861, iii. 402-20.
[1752  
Has been attributed to H. A. J. Munro.

1863. *George William Frederick Howard, 7th Earl of Carlisle. Lecture on the writings of Gray. In Gray's Poetical works, Eton, 1863, pp. 99-140. See no. 138.
[1753  
*Joseph D. Howard. In The North American Rev., April, 1863, xcvi. 312-61.
[1754  
The Leisure Hour. Gray and the "Elegy." Nov. 7, 1863, xii. 709-11.
[1755  
Col. plate of Stoke Pogis Church.

1864. J. A. G. Thomas Gray on the British Museum. In N. & Q., Aug. 6, 1864, 3d ser. vi. 107.
[1756  
N. R. Etching of Gray, the poet. In N. & Q., Sept. 24, 1864, 3d ser. vi. 249.
[1757  
Replies: Z. Z., Oct. 15, p. 317; C. Forrest, Oct. 29, p. 358.

1865. William Francis Collier. In his A history of English literature, London, T. Nelson & Sons, 1865, 8vo, pp. 321-4.
[1758  
William Lucas Collins. In his Etoniana, ancient and modern, being notes of history and traditions of Eton College, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1865, 8vo, p. 79.
[1759  
Also in Blackwood's Mag., March, 1865, xcvii. 356.




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William Everett. In his On the Cam, lectures on the University of Cambridge in England, Cambridge, Mass., 1865, 8vo, pp. 285-6.
[1760  
Lowell Lectures, 1864. Also pub. in London, 1866.

Cyrus Redding. Retrospective criticism.—Gray. In Colburn's New Monthly Mag., Dec. 1, 1865, cxxxv. 432-42.
[1761  
1866. Ralph De Peverel. Footprints of Thomas Gray. In Once a Week, June 16, 1866, xiv. (n. s. i.) 650-3. Wdct.
[1762  
The Nation. [On Gray's MSS. and books.] April 19, 1866, ii. 497.
[1763  
1868. Heinrich Döring. In J. S. Ersch and J. G. Gruber, Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste, Leipzig, 1868, 1. Section, 88. Teil, pp. 392-416.
[1764  
In The Percy anecdotes, London, Percy, Sholto & Reuben, new ed., 1868, sm. 8vo, vi. 2. 47-8 (Gray's mother), xi. 1. 126 (the rope-ladder).
[1765  
1869. Edward Bickersteith. In his The poets of Buckinghamshire—William Cowper. In Records of Buckinghamshire iv. 3-16.
B   [1766  
An address delivered at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Society, July 15, 1869. See p. 5.

Katharine [Abbott] Sanborn. In her Home pictures of English poets, New York, Appleton, 1869, 8vo, p. 178-91. Illus.
[1767  
1870. The Nation. [On the sale of Gray's music by Scribner, Welford & Co.] July 7, 1870, xi. 10.
[1768  
1871. Jonathan Bouchier. Gray and Boswell. In N. & Q., Nov. 25, 1871, 4th ser. viii. 433.
[1769  
W. Clark Russell. In his The book of authors, new ed., Lon., Warne, [1871], 8vo, pp. 36, 147, 230, 232, 238-40, 273, 299, 313.
B (270. g. 333)   [1770  
Reprinted 1876.

1872. Pierre Larousse. In his Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle, Paris, 1872, viii. 1477.
[1771  
1873. Frederick Arnold. In his Oxford and Cambridge: their colleges, memories, and associations, London, The Religious Tract Society, [1873], 8vo, pp. 160, 175, 245 f., 277 (the whole has pp. viii, 400).
[1772  
1874. *Stopford Augustus Brooke. In his Theology of the English poets, London, Henry S. King & Co., 1874, 8vo, pp. 36-40.
[1773  




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J. D. In his English lyrical poetry. In The Cornhill Mag., June, 1874, xxix. 710-2.
[1774  
Richard Henry Stoddard. In his Studies of some British authors: ancestry. In Scribner's Monthly, Aug., 1874, viii. 455-7.
[1775  
Temple Bar. The cycle of English song. vi. Old age. Jan., 1874, xl. 176-80.
[1776  
Of little value.

Christopher Wordsworth. In his Social life at the English universities in the 18th century, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell & Co., 1874, 8vo. See the index.
[1777  
1875. John Bartlett. 1875. See no. 1842.
[1777a  
David Blair. Tennyson and Gray. In The Melbourne Argus, Aug. 3, 1875.
[1778  
Reply by Marcus Clarke in same, Aug. 5. Both reprinted in N. & Q., Jan. 8, 1876, 5th ser. v. 29-30.

Alfred Dantès. In Dictionnaire biographique et bibliographique, Paris, 1875, 8vo, pp. 417, 1178.
[1779  
The Eton portrait gallery, consisting of short memoirs of the more eminent Eton men; by a Barrister of the Inner Temple. Eton College. Williams & Son. London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1876 [1875].
[1780  
8vo, pp. xiv, [2], 581.   BM
Rev. by J. Bass Mullinger in The Academy, Feb. 12, 1876, ix. 137. On Gray, pp. 527-30.

John Henneage Jesse. In his Memoirs of celebrated Etonians, London, Richard Bentley & Son, 1875, 8vo, i. 352-77 et passim.
CU, COLU   [1781  
Rev. by J. Bass Mullinger in The Academy, Feb. 12, 1876, ix. 137.

Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte. In his A history of Eton College, 1440-1875, London, Macmillan, 1875, 8vo, pp. 298-302, 428 (the whole has pp. xx, [2], 527).
BM   [1782  
Rev. by J. Bass Mullinger in The Academy, Feb. 12, 1876, ix. 137-8.
In the 2d edition, 1889, pp. 282-5, 368, 428.
In the 3d edition, 1899, pp. 303-6, 408, 480.
Rev. in The Academy, Sept. 16, 1899, lvii. 274-5.

1876. Robert Carruthers. The life of Thomas Gray. In Select poems of Thomas Gray, ed. W. J. Rolfe, New York, 1876, pp. 9-15. See no. 250.
[1783  
*The Quarterly Review. Wordsworth and Gray. Jan., 1876, cxli. 104-36.
[1784  
For many brief references and casual criticisms not entered here, see the index, volumes xx., xl., lx., lxxx., c, etc.




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Leslie Stephen. In his History of English thought in the 18th century, Lon., Smith, Elder & Co., 1876, 8vo, 2 vols.
[1785  
Second edition, 1881 [1880]. Third edition, 1902, section xii. 34, 41, 125, 126, 133.

James Thorne. In his Handbook to the environs of London, Lon., Murray, 1876, 8vo, pp. 66-8 (Burnham Beeches), 207-12 (Eton), 573-6 (Stoke Pogis), 708-34 (Windsor). The whole has pp. vi, 794, [1].
BM   [1786  
1878. W. Davenport Adams. In his Dictionary of English literature, London, Cassell, Petter & Galpin, n. d. (1878?), pp. 9, 257, 355.
[1787  
William Michael Rossetti. In his Lives of famous poets, Lon., E. Moxon, Son, & Co., 1878, 8vo, pp. 147-58 (the whole has pp. xii, [2], 406). See also the index.
[1788  
1879. Charles D. Deshler. The sonnets of Gray. In his Afternoons with the poets, New York, Harper, 1879, 8vo, pp. 171-6 (the whole has pp. 320).
[1789  
*Leslie Stephen. Gray and his school. In The Cornhill Mag., July, 1879, xl. 70-91.
[1790  
Also in The Eclectic Mag., Oct., 1879, xciii. (n. s. xxx.) 385-400; in Littell's Living Age, Aug. 2, 1879, cxlii. 259-72; and in his Hours in a library, 2d edition (not in the 1st edition), London. Smith, Elder & Co., 1892, 8vo, iii. 101-38.

1880. F. B. B. Richard West, the friend of Gray; Mrs. Gray's tomb. In N. & Q., July 10, 1880, 6th ser. ii. 27.
[1791  
R[obert] Ca[rruthers], In The Encyclopaedia Britannica, 9th ed., Edinburgh, Black, 1880, xi. 77-8.
[1792  
See also viii. 429, xxiv. 334.

Thomas Sergeant Perry. Gray, Collins, and Beattie. In The Atlantic Monthly, Dec., 1880, xlvi. 810-7.
[1793  
1881. Jehiel Keeler Hoyt. 1881. See no. 1802a.
[1793a  
A. Granger Hutt. A haunt of Gray for sale. In N. & Q., March 26, 1881, 6th ser. iii. 246.
[1794  
On Stoke Park.

John Campbell Shairp. In his English poetry in the 18th century. In The Princeton Rev., July, 1881, n. s. xiv. (57th year) 30-50.
[1795  
W. Webster. The scene of Gray's 'Elegy.' In The Academy, Dec. 17, 1881, xx. 458.
[1796  
Also on the Eton Ode.




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*Giacomo Zanella. Gray e Foscolo. In Nuova Antologia, 1 febbraio, 1881, 2d ser. xxv. 377-401.
[1797  
Also under the title of Tommaso Grey e Ugo Foscolo in his Paralelli letterari studi, Verona, Libreria H. F. Münster (G. Goldschlagg succ.), 1885, 8vo, pp. 175-211.   HU

1882. F. B. B. [On the family.] In N. & Q., Aug. 26, 1882, 6th ser. vi. 167.
[1798  
Replies: Edw. Solly and William Platt, Sept. 30, p. 275.

*Edmund William Gosse. Gray. London. Macmillan. 1882.
[1799  
8vo, pp. x, [4], 224. English Men of Letters Series.
Reviews: Horace E. Scudder in The Atlantic Monthly, Dec., 1882, l. 844-6; E. Teza in Nuova Antologia, Sept. 16, 1889, 3d ser. xxiii. 353-68; in The Nation, Aug. 31, 1882, xxxv. 184-5; in The Critic, July 29, 1882, ii. 199-200; in The Literary World, Aug. 26, 1882, xiii. 286, March 7, 1885, xvi. 75-6; in The Independent, Aug. 10, 1882, xxxiv. 13; by Edward Dowden in The Academy, July 22, 1882, xxii. 58-9; in The Athenaeum, July 29, 1882, pp. 139-41; in The Spectator, Aug. 12, 1882, lv. 1059-60; in The Saturday Rev., Aug. 19, 1882, liv. 252-4.
Correction by A. W. Ward in The Spectator, July 15, 1882, lv. 926.
Same. Pocket edition. London. Macmillan. 1909.
12mo, pp. 224.

The Quarterly Review. In Natural scenery. July, 1882, cliv. 170-2.
[1800  
Alfred H. Welsh. In his Development of English literature and language, Chicago, Griggs, 1882, 8vo, ii. 135-6, 212.
[1801  
Rev. in The Nation, Oct. 26, 1882, xxxv. 362-3.

1883. Stopford Augustus Brooke. Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes. In Trans. of the Wordsworth Society, 1883, v. 25-38. Edinburgh.
[1802  
Jehiel Keeler Hoyt and Anna Lydia Ward. In The cyclopedia of practical quotations, English and Latin, New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1896, 8vo. 5th ed. See the index.
[1802a  
First edition, 1881.

Louis Juillard. In his A travers la littérature anglaise, (poésie, humour, philosophic, satire, politique, etc.): maximes et pensées, Paris, Ollendorff, 1883, 8vo, pp. 154, 178, 208 f.
[1802b  
K. L. M[unden]. Dr. Thomas Grey. In N. & Q., Dec. 8, 1883, 6th ser. viii. 449.
[1803  
Replies: G. F. R. B., Jan. 12, 1884, ix. 38; Edw. Solly, March 15, p. 216.

Henry James Nicoll. In his Landmarks of English literature,




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London, John Hogg, New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1883, 8vo, pp. 198-200 (the whole has pp. xiv, 460).
[1804  
Praised in The Nation, May 3, 1883, xxxvi. 389.

Thomas Sergeant Perry. In his English literature in the eighteenth century, New York, Harper, 1883, 8vo, pp. 390-5 (the whole has pp. xiii, [1], 450).
[1805  
Rev. in The Nation, March 22, 1883, xxxvi. 261.

William Winter. A ramble in England—the haunts of Gray. In The New York Tribune, about 1883.
[1806  
Reprinted in his English rambles and other fugitive pieces in prose and verse, Bos., Jas. R. Osgood & Co., 1884, 8vo, pp. 40-6 (the whole has pp. 173).
Rev. in N. & Q., Sept. 20, 1884, 6th ser. x. 239-40.
Also under the title of Stoke Pogis and Thomas Gray in his Shakespeare's England, Boston, Ticknor, 1886, 16mo, pp. 211-8 (the whole has pp. 270, [1]).
New edition, London, Macmillan, 1892, pp. 16-20.

1884. The Academy. [On the bust in Pembroke College.] Feb. 9, 1884, xxv. 93.
[1807  
*Matthew Arnold. In Thomas Humphry Ward, The English poets, London, Macmillan, 1884, 8vo, iii. 302-16.
[1808  
Also in his Essays in criticism, 2d ser., London, Macmillan, 1888, 8vo, pp. 69-79. This was rev. by G. A. Simcox in The Academy, Dec. 1, 1888, xxxiv. 345-6; in The Athenaeum, March 2, 1889, pp. 273-6.
Also in Guide to the study of English literature, etc., London, Macmillan, 1896, 16mo, Miniature Series; and in George R. Carpenter, Model English prose, New York, Macmillan, 1905, 8vo, pp. 256-70.

The Athenaeum. [Proposal of a monument at Pembroke College.] Feb. 2, 1884, p. 153.
[1809  
W. T. Lynn. Birthplace of Gray. In N. & Q., Aug. 30, 1884, 6th ser. x. 168.
[1810  
Reply by Edw. Solly, Sept. 27, pp. 256-7.

Edw. Solly. In The Bibliographer, Feb., 1884, v. 57-61.
[1811  
The Times. [On the bust.] Feb. 15, 1884, p. 5, col. 3, May 27, 1885, p. 7, col. 1.
[1812  
1885. Samuel Austin Allibone. In his Great authors of all ages, Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1885, 8vo, pp. 140, 253, 317, 374.
[1812a  
C. N. C. MS. music in the possession of Gray. In N. & Q., Nov. 7, 1885, 6th ser. xii. 368.
[1813  




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The Cambridge Review. Unveiling of the Gray memorial [May 26, 1885]. May 27, 1885, vi. 347-9.
[1814  
Reprinted in The Critic, July 4, 1885, vii. 8-10.

Henry Austin Dobson. The Gray memorial. In The Art Journal, Sept., 1885, n. s. xxxvii. 265-6.
[1815  
James Russell Lowell. Address delivered on the occasion of the unveiling of the bust of the poet Gray, in the hall of Pembroke College, Cambridge, May 26, 1885. In his American ideas for English readers, Boston, J. G. Cupples Co., [1892], 16mo, pp. xv, 94.
[1816  
A part also in The Critic, June 13, 1885, n. s. iii. 285, cf. p. 263.

Maude Gillette Phillips. In her A popular manual of English literature, New York, Harper, 1885, 8vo, 2 vols. See the index.
[1817  
Condemned in The Atlantic Monthly, May, 1885, lv. 707-10.

William Francis Prideaux. Gray and the Antrobus family. In N. & Q., Jan. 31, 1885, 6th ser. xi. 87.
[1818  
The Saturday Review. The Gray memorial. May 30, 1885, lix. 720-1.
[1819  
Comments on Gray's love of scenery.

The Spectator. [Gray's bust.] May 30, 1885, lviii. 695.
[1820  
— The poet of elegy. July 18, 1885, lviii. 937-8.
[1821  
Partly reprinted in The Critic, Aug. 8, 1885, vii. 71, and in The Literary World, Aug. 8, 1885, xvi. 279.

The Times. [On the bust.] May 27, 1885, p. 7, col. 1.
[1822  
1886. Thomas Bayne. Pope and Gray on Dryden. In N. & Q., Nov. 20, 1886, 7th ser. ii. 406.
[1823  
*James Russell Lowell. Gray. In The New Princeton Rev., March, 1886, i. 153-77.
[1824  
In large part written more than ten years before. Valuable.
Also in his Latest literary essays and addresses, London, Macmillan, 1891, 8vo, pp. 1-42 (the whole has pp. [vi], 184).
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Feb. 20, 1892, pp. 235-6; in The Critic, Jan. 16, 1892, n. s. xvii. 31; in The Nation, May 12, 1892, liv. 364.
Also in the Riverside Edition of Lowell, 1892, xi ; in the Elmwood Edition, 1904, viii. A part also in Edw. T. McLaughlin, Literary criticism for students, New York, Holt, 1893, 8vo, pp. 173-7.
See Joseph J. Reilly, James Russell Lowell as a critic, New York, Putnam, 1915, 8vo, pp. 56, 134, 176, 202; rev. in The Nation, June 24, 1915, c. 715.

1887. Augustine Birrell. In his Cambridge and the poets.




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In Obiter dicta, 2d ser., New York, Scribner, 1887, sm. 8vo, pp. 275-83.
[1825  
Frederick Saunders. In his The story of some famous books, Lon., 1887, 12mo, pp. 95-9 (the whole has pp. xii, 208).
BM   [1826  
The Book-Lover's Library. Chiefly on the Elegy.

Charles T. Tallent-Bateman. In his Lake Leman and English literature. In Papers of the Manchester Lit. Club, March, 1887, xiii. 361-2.
[1827  
Mabel E. Wotton. In her Word portraits of famous writers, Lon., Bentley, 1887, 8vo, pp. 116-8.
COLU   [1828  
1888. The Athenaeum. [On a portrait.] Sept. 15, J888, p. 360.
[1829  
Correction by J. W. Butterworth, Sept. 29, p. 424.

*Arthur Christopher Benson. In Macmillan's Mag., Nov., 1888, lix. 21-30.
[1830  
Also in Littell's Living Age clxxxix. 367 ff., and in his Essays, London, Heinemann, 1896 [1895], pp. 119-46.

Joshua W. Butterworth. In The Athenaeum, Sept. 29, 1888, p. 424.
[1831  
Correction of an item in same, Sept. 15, p. 360.

George Birkbeck Hill. In his ed. of Letters of David Hume to William Strahan now first ed. with notes, index, etc., Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1888, 8vo, pp. xlvi, [2], 386 (see the index).
[1832  
Jakob Schipper. In his Englische Metrik in historischer u. systematischer Entwicklung dargestellt, Bonn, Strauss, 1888, ii. See the index.
[1833  
William Winter. Classic shrines. In his Gray days and gold, Edinb., David Douglas, 1890, sm. 8vo, pp. 9-20, Lon., Macmillan, 1891, 16mo, pp. 13-24 (the whole has pp. 353).
[1834  
Dated London, June 29, 1888. On Gray and Arnold.
Rev. in The Nation, July 16, 1891, liii. 54-5.

1889. Edmund William Gosse. In his A history of eighteenth century literature (1660-1780), London, Macmillan, 1889, 8vo, pp. 235-41 et passim (the whole has pp. viii, [2], 415).
[1835  
Rev. in The Cambridge Rev., June 6, 1889, x. 390-1.

E. Teza. Tommaso Gray. In Nuova Antologia, Sept. 16. 1889, 3d ser. xxiii. 353-68.
[1836  




236

1890. Sarah Warner Brooks. In her English poetry and poets, Boston, Estes, 1890, 8vo, pp. 251 ff.
[1837  
J. W. Clark. In his Cambridge: brief historical and descriptive notes, London, Seeley & Co., Ltd., 1890, 8vo, pp. 90-3.
[1838  
La Grande Encyclopédie. Paris. Lamirault & Cie. 1887-1902. 4to. xix. 264.
[1839  
This volume was published about 1890.

Professor Humphry. In his Guide to Cambridge: the town, the University, and colleges, Cambridge, W. P. Spalding, 1890, 5th ed., pp. 107, 119.
[1840  
*Leslie Stephen. In The Dictionary of National Biography, London, 1890, xxiii. 22-8.
[1841  
Rev. in N. & Q., July 5, 1890, 7th ser. x. 19.

1891. Samuel Austin Allibone. In his Poetical quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson, Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1891. See the index.
[1841a  
John Bartlett. In his Familiar quotations, 9th ed., Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1891, pp. 381-7.
[1842  
First edition, 1875.

In The Gentleman's Magazine library, ed. Geo. L. Gomme, English topography, London, Stock, 1891, pp. 255 f., 340.
[1843  
Edmund William Gosse. In his Gossip in a library, London, Heinemann, 1891, 8vo, pp. vii, [3], 337 (see the index).
[1844  
Edward Stanley Roscoe. Stoke Poges. In his Buckinghamshire sketches, Lon., Cassell, 1891, 8vo, pp. 1-6 (the whole has pp. [viii], 70).
[1845  
Reprinted from The St. James's Gazette.

Henry Benjamin Wheatley. In his London past and present, its history, associations, and traditions, Lon., Murray, 1891, 8vo, 3 vols. See the index.
[1846  
Based on Cunningham (see no. 1723).

1892. In Diccionario enciclopedico hispano-americano de literatura, ciencias y artes, Barcelona, 1892, ix. 737 (whole, 1887-99, 4to, 25 vols.).
[1847  
Henry Austin Dobson. Gray's library. In his Eighteenth century vignettes, 1st series, London, Chatto & Windus, 1892, pp. 136-46.
[1848  
Cf. Krehbiel, Music and manners, p. 3. Rev. by Lionel Johnson in The Academy, Dec. 10, 1892, xlii. 531-3.




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O. Glöde. T. Gray und H. Heine. In Englische Studien, 1892, xvii. 1. 181-2.
[1849  
Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury. In his Studies in Chaucer, New York, Harper, 1892, 8vo, i. 167, 300, ii. 448, iii. 26, 126, 239, 387.
[1850  
C. Sayle. T. Gray in Jermyn St. In N. & Q., Dec. 24, 1892, 8th ser. ii. 508.
[1851  
1893. William Lyon Phelps. In his Beginning of the English romantic movement, Boston, Ginn, 1893, 8vo, pp. viii, 192. See the index.
[1852  
Rev. by Edward E. Hale, Jr., in The School Rev., March, 1894, ii. 160-2.

Leslie Stephen. In his William Mason. In Dict. Nat. Biog. xxxvi. 438-41. 1893.
[1853  
1894. William Macneile Dixon. In his English poetry from Blake to Browning, London, Methuen, 1894, 8vo, pp. 34-5 (the whole has pp. viii, 204).
[1854  
Annie Fields. In her A third shelf of old books. In Scribner's Mag., Sept., 1894, xvi. 353.
[1855  
See also her A shelf of old books, New York, 1895, p. 147, for a facsim. of the title-page of Milton's Poems, &c, upon several occasions, 1673, which belonged to Gray.

J. M. Gray. An undescribed silhouette portrait. In The Athenaeum, April 14, 1894, p. 483.
[1856  
Anna Jameson. In her Memoirs of the loves of the poets: biographical sketches of women celebrated in ancient and modern poetry, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1894, 8vo, p. 479.
[1857  
Of no importance.

*George Lyman Kittredge. Gray's knowledge of Old Norse. In William Lyon Phelps, Selections from Gray's poetry and prose, Boston, 1894, pp. xli-1. See no. 46.
[1858  
W. H. Long. [A portrait, etc.] In The Athenaeum, April 14, 1894, p. 483.
[1859  
William Minto. In his The literature of the Georgian era, ed., with a biographical introduction, by William Knight, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1894, 8vo, pp. 16, 82-4, 164, 289 (the whole has pp. [ii], 315).
[1860  
George Scharf. A newly discovered portrait. In The Athenaeum, Feb. 24, 1894, pp. 251-2.
[1861  
See also W. H. Long in same, April 14, p. 483.




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E. Yardley. [On imitations.] In N. & Q., May 5, 1894, 8th ser. v. 344.
[1862  
1895. Charles D. Bell. In his Some of our English poets, London, Stock, 1895, 8vo, pp. 1-38 (the whole has pp. [iv], 280).
BM   [1863  
Rev. by Geo. Newcomen in The Academy, April 6, 1895, xlvii. 294-5.

Arthur Christopher Benson. Thomas Gray [poem]. Eton. R. Ingalton Drake. 1895.
[1864  
4to, pp. [vi], 10. Privately printed.

William John Courthope. In his History of English poetry, London, 1895-1905, 8vo, i. viii-xii, xiv, 326, v. 385-99.
[1865  
John Wesley Hales. In Sir Henry Craik, English prose, London, Macmillan, 1895, 8vo, iv. 221-31.
[1866  
With selections from the journals and letters.

Donald Grant Mitchell. In his English lands, letters, and kings, London, Sampson Low, New York, Scribner, 1895, 8vo, iii. 79-82.
[1867  
The Quarterly Review. In The art of translating. Oct., 1895, clxxxii. 334-5.
[1868  
Joseph Texte. Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the cosmopolitan spirit in literature: a study of the literary relations between France and England during the eighteenth century, translated by J. W. Matthews. London. Duckworth. 1899.
[1868a  
8vo. See the index. Original edition published in 1895.

1896. The Academy. Academy portraits. v. Thomas Gray. Dec. 12, 1896, l. 532.
[1869  
Reproduces Eckhardt's portrait.

Henry Austin Dobson. The Officina Arbuteana. In his Eighteenth century vignettes, 3d ser., 1896, pp. 205-21. Port. opp. p. 204.
[1870  
Rev. in The Academy, Nov. 21, 1896, l. 416.

Jehiel Keeler Hoyt. In his The cyclopedia of practical quotations, New York, Funk & Wagnalls Co., 1896, large 8vo. See the index.
[1870a  
A new edition of no. 1802a.

Myra Reynolds. In her The treatment of nature in English poetry between Pope and Wordsworth, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1896, 8vo, pp. x, 290.
[1871  
A Chicago Ph. D. thesis. Revised edition, 1909, 8vo, pp. xxi, [1], 388. See the index.




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George Saintsbury. In H. D. Traill, ed., Social England, Lon., Cassell, 1896, 8vo, v. 263-4.
[1872  
In Stoke Poges, a concise account of the church and manor, and also of the poet, Thomas Gray, n. p., 1896, sm. 8vo, pp. 21-32 (the whole has pp. [iii], 32). Illus.
[1873  
William Robertson Turnbull. In his The heritage of Burns, Haddington, 1896, 8vo, pp. xiv, 418.
[1874  
1897. Paul Hamelius. In his Die Kritik in der englischen Literatur des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts [Liège thèse], Leipzig, Fernau, 1897, 8vo.
[1875  
Georg Herzfeld. Bemerkungen über die nordischen Stoffe in der englischen Poesie des vorigen Jahrhunderts. In his William Taylor von Norwich, Halle, Niemeyer, 1897, 8vo, pp. 60-9.
[1876  
Studien zur englischen Philologie ii.

George Parsons Lathrop. In Charles Dudley Warner, Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, New York, R. S. Peale & J. A. Hill, [1897], xi. 6623-5. Port.
[1877  
In J. Meyer, Konversations-Lexikon, Leipzig, 1897, 8vo, vii. 895.
[1878  
Francis Turner Palgrave. In his Landscape in poetry from Homer to Tennyson, with many illustrative examples, London, Macmillan, 1897, 8vo, p. 173 (the whole has pp. xi, [1], 302).
[1879  
The Shakespearean. Poets on Shakespeare. Mackenzie Bell and Thomas Gray. No. 28, Aug. 15, 1897.
[1880  
Robert Farquharson Sharp. In his A dictionary of English authors biographical and bibliographical, London, Redway, 1897, 8vo, p. 118.
[1881  
Hallam, 2d Baron Tennyson. In his Alfred, Lord Tennyson, a memoir, Lon., Macmillan, 1897, 8vo, ii. 288.
[1882  
1898. In F. A. Brockhaus, Konversations-Lexikon, 14th ed., Leipzig, 1898, viii. 221-2.
[1883  
William Prideaux Courtney. In his art. on Richard Stonehewer. In Dict. Nat. Biog., 1898, liv. 416-7.
[1884  
Edmund William Gosse. In his A short history of modern English literature, New York, Appleton, 1898, 8vo, pp. vi, [2], 416 (see the index).
[1885  
*Henry Edward Krehbiel. A poet's music. In his Music and manners in the classical period, Westminster, Constable, 2d ed., 1898, 8vo, pp. 1-54.
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Alice Edwards Pratt. In her The use of color in the verse of the English romantic poets, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1898, 8vo, pp. 33-4, 107, 114.
[1887  
A doctoral dissertation.

Addison Peale Russell. In his Library notes, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1898, 8vo, pp. 126, 145 f., 238 f., 258.
[1888  
George Saintsbury. In his A short history of English literature, Lon., Macmillan, 1898, 8vo, pp. 575-7.
[1889  
Henry Charles Shelley. The birthplace of Gray's Elegy. In The New England Mag., Aug., 1898, n. s. xviii. (xxiv.) 665-73. Illus.
[1890  
Also in The Canadian Monthly, Feb., 1899, xii. 305 ff., and in his Literary by-paths in old England, London, Richards, 1909, 8vo, pp. 103-28.

Wasey Sterry. In his Annals of the King's College of Our Lady of Eton beside Windsor, Lon., Methuen, 1898, 8vo, pp. 150, 160-3 (the whole has pp. xi, [1], 362).
BM   [1891  
Rev. in The Academy, Oct. 15, 1898, lv. 67-8.

1899. Ada Bartrick Baker. To the poet Thomas Gray [sonnet]. In Chambers's Journal, July 22, 1899, 6th ser. ii. 560.
[1892  
Henry Augustin Beers. In his A history of English romanticism in the eighteenth century, London, Kegan Paul, New York, Henry Holt & Co., 1899.
[1893  
8vo, pp. vii, 455.

William Prideaux Courtney. In his art. on Richard West. In The Dictionary of National Biography, 1899, lx. 339-40.
[1894  
Henry Austin Dobson. In his art. on Horace Walpole. In The Dict, of Nat. Biog., 1899, lix. 170-6.
[1895  
Arnold Glover. A Gray MS. In The Athenaeum, March 18, 1899, p. 338.
[1896  
M. R. Hoste. Thomas Gray: a character study. In Literature, Sept. 16, 1899, v. 277-8.
[1897  
William Francis Prideaux. Gray and Walpole. In N. & Q., Dec. 30, 1899, 9th ser. iv. 531-2.
[1898  
Replies: O., W. C. B., T. Lonsdale, Jan. 20, 1900, v. 51.

Abraham Stansfield. Gray the poet from a French point of view. [Abstract.] In Papers of the Manchester Literary Club xxv. 450. 1899.
[1899  
Read March 1, 1899.




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John L. Stoddard. In his Lectures, Bos., Balch Bros. Co., 1899, 8vo, ix. 37-9. Illus.
[1900  
Berthold Wiese and Erasmo Percopo. In their Geschichte der italianischen Litteratur von den ältesten Zeiten bis zur Gegenwart, Leipzig, Bibl. Institut, 1899, 8vo (see the index). Sammlung illustrierter Litteraturgeschichten.
[1901  
1900. George Lyman Kittredge. Gray's ladder of ropes. In The Nation, Sept. 27, 1900, lxxi. 251.
[1902  
Thomas Seccombe. In his The age of Johnson, Lon., Bell, 1900, 8vo, pp. 31-4, 248-53.
[1903  
Robert Farquharson Sharp. In his Architects of English literature, Lon., Sonnenschein, 1900, 8vo, pp. 92-104 (the whole has pp. [viii], 326). Facsim.
[1904  
*Duncan Crookes Tovey. In his ed. of the Letters i. v-xxx, 1900. See no. 1226.
[1905  
Valuable criticism.

Stephen Westlie. Stoke Pogis: to Gray. In The Windmill, Lon., Jan., 1900, ii. 132.
[1906  
Six quatrains, metre of the Elegy.

1901. Chambers's Encyclopaedia. Edinburgh. 1859-68. In the ed. of 1901, London, v. 368-9, art. revised by E. Gosse.
[1907  
Peter Hampson Ditchfield. In his Memorials of old Buckinghamshire, London, Bemrose & Sons, Ltd., 1901, 8vo, pp. 119-20 (the whole has pp. [x], 191, [1]). Illus.
[1908  
The New Popular Encyclopedia, ed. Charles Annandale, London, and Glasgow, The Gresham Publishing Co., 1901, vi. 316-7.
[1909  
*Thomas Herbert Warren. Gray and Dante. In The Monthly Rev., June, 1901, iii. 3. 147-64.
[1910  
Also in his Essays of poets and poetry, London, Murray, 1909, 8vo, pp. 217-42.

1902. F. G. Moore. Thomas Gray: university poet. In The Shrine, Nov., 1902, i. 183-91.
[1911  
Charles Wells Moulton. In his The library of literary criticism of English and American authors, Buffalo, Moulton Pub. Co., 1901-05, 8vo, iii. 553-73 (1902). See also the index.
[1912  
William Wale. In his What great men have said of great men, a dictionary of quotations, Lon., Sonnenschein, 1902, 8vo, p. 169 (the whole has pp. viii, 482).
[1913  




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1903. Th. Bachelet. In Ch. Dezobry and Th. Bachelet, Dictionnaire général de biographie et d'histoire, etc., 12th ed., Paris, Delagrave, 1903, p. 1290.
[1914  
First edition, 1857.

Bertram Dobell. In his Sidelights on Charles Lamb, London, Dobell, 1903, 8vo, pp. 102-5.
[1915  
*Frank Edgar Farley. In his Scandinavian influences in the English romantic movement. Boston. Ginn & Co. 1903.
[1916  
8vo, pp. viii, 250. Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature ix. See the index.

Edmund Gosse. In Richard Garnett and Edmund Gosse, A history of English literature, from the earliest times to the present, London, Macmillan, 1903, iii. 285-91.
[1917  
The New International Encyclopaedia, New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1903-4, ix. 160.
[1918  
*Charles Eliot Norton. The poet Gray | as a naturalist | with selections from his notes on | the Systema naturae of Linnaeus and | facsimiles of some of his drawings | by Charles Eliot Norton | [Publisher's emblem.] | Charles E. Goodspeed | Boston: MDCCCCIII |
[1919  
8vo, pp. 66, [1], The Merrymount Press.   BM, COLU, NYP
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Noticed in The Evening Post, Jan. 7, 1904. Reviewed by F. G[reenslet] in The Atlantic Monthly, March, 1904, xciii. 420-1.

Thomas Stewart Omond. In his English metrists, Tunbridge Wells, R. Pelton, 1903, 8vo, pp. 72-3.
[1920  
J. Rivers. In his How great minds jump. In The Library, July, 1903, n. s. iv. 243-50.
[1921  
Helen Toynbee. Includes a picture of the bust attributed to John Bacon, R. A., in her ed. of Walpole's Letters, Oxford, 1903, i. opp. 132.
[1922  
1904. F. St. John Corbett. In his A history of British poetry from the earliest times to the beginning of the twentieth century, London, Gay & Bird, 1904, 8vo, pp. 31, 270-7, 620.
[1923  
Margaret Forbes. In her Beattie and his friends, Westminster, A. Constable & Co., 1904, 8vo, pp. vii, [1], 332 (see the index).
[1924  
Levi Oscar Kuhns. In his Dante and the English poets from Chaucer to Tennyson, New York, Holt, 1904, 8vo, pp. 107-12, 117, 158 (the whole has pp. vi, [2], 277).
[1925  




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Harry Christopher Minchin. In his A little gallery of English poets, London, Methuen, 1904, 16mo, pp. 45-50 (the whole has pp. xii, 120).
[1926  
Reproduces Eckhardt's portrait.

*Thomas Marc Parrott. "The frugal note of Gray." In his Studies of a booklover, New York, James Pott & Co., 1904, 8vo, pp. 173-206.
[1927  
George [Edward Bateman] Saintsbury. In his A history of criticism and literary taste in Europe, from the earliest texts to the present day, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1904, 8vo, iii. 54-63.
[1928  
*Duncan Crookes Tovey. In his ed. of the Letters, 1904, ii. v-xxxv. See no. 1226.
[1929  
Valuable criticism.

Theodore Watts-Dunton. In his The renascence of wonder in English poetry. In Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English literature, new ed., London, Chambers, 1904, iii. 5, 10.
[1929a  
Reprinted in his Poetry and the renascence of wonder, New York, Dutton, 1916, 8vo, pp. 256-8, cf. p. 259.

1905. A. The poet of the Elegy. In The Academy, June 10, 1905, lxviii. 614-5.
[1930  
J. J. Campbell. Stoke and Gray. In The Gentleman's Mag., Nov., 1905, n. s. lxxv. 516-7.
[1931  
William John Courthope. 1905. See no. 1865.
[1931a  
Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff. In his Notes from a diary; 1896 to 1901, New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1905, 8vo, i. 47, 120, 192.
[1932  
Rev. in The Nation, June 22, 1905, lxxx. 508-9.

Sir Archibald Geikie. In his Landscape in history and other essays, London, Macmillan, 1905, 8vo, pp. 120-1.
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I. Giberne Sieveking. An 18th century poet and his environment. In The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Arch. Journal, April, 1905, n. s. xi. 23-7.
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1906. Emily J. Climenson. In her Elizabeth Montagu, the Queen of the Blue-Stockings, her correspondence from 1720 to 1761, London, Murray, 1906, 8vo, i. 119, 253, 285, ii. 23 f., 87, 113.
[1935  
Howard Hensman. Gray's village. In The Home Counties Magazine, July, 1906.
[1936  




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C. Thürnau. In his Die Geister in der engl. Lit. des 18. Jahrhunderts, Berlin, Mayer & Müller, 1906, 8vo. See the index.
[1937  
Palaestra lv.

Elford Eveleigh Treffry. In his Stokes' encyclopedia of familiar quotations containing 5000 selections from 600 authors, New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1906. See the index.
[1937a  
T. A. W. Thomas Gray in Peterhouse. In The Athenaeum, Jan. 20, 27, 1906, i. 76, 107-8.
[1938  
Second part reprinted by William McMurray in N. & Q., June 18, 1910, 11th ser. i. 485.

1907. *John Bailey. Collins and Gray. In The Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 5, 1907, vi. 308. 369-70.
[1939  
Reprinted in his Poets and poetry, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1911, 8vo, pp. 80-8. Summary by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xlvi. 121.

W. Gurney Benham. In Cassell's Book of quotations, proverbs and household words, London, Cassell, [1907], pp. 151-3.
[1940  
John Churton Collins. In Andrew Lang, Poets' country, London, Jack, 1907, 8vo, pp. 177, 185-90. 5 plates.
[1941  
Rev. in The Athenaeum, June 29, 1907, p. 787.

Edward Dowden. The text of Gray's poems. In The Modern Language Rev., Jan., 1907, ii. 165.
[1942  
On the difference between the London and Glasgow editions of 1768.

E. W. Edmunds and Frank Spooner. In their The story of English literature, London, 1907, 8vo, ii. 239-47.
[1943  
The Harmsworth Encyclopaedia. London. The Amalgamated Press, Ltd. [1907.] v. 319.
[1944  
W. Robertson Nicoll and Thomas Seccombe. In their History of English literature, London, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1907, 8vo, ii. 737-44.
[1945  
Thomas Stewart Omond. In his English metrists in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, being a sketch of English prosodical criticism during the last two hundred years, London, Henry Frowde, 1907, 8vo, pp. vi, [2], 274. See the index.
[1946  
J. J. Richardson. Thomas Gray. In Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, 1907, xxxiii. 406-15.
[1947  
Edward Stanley Roscoe. In his Penn's country, and other




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Buckinghamshire sketches, London, Elliot Stock, 1907, 8vo. 13 illus.
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Rev. in Berks, Bucks & Oxon Arch. Journal, July, 1907, n. s. xiii. 64; in The Athenaeum, June 29, 1907, p. 787.

William Stebbing. In his The poets: Geoffrey Chaucer to Alfred Tennyson (1340-1892): impressions, Lon., Frowde, 1907, i. 265-72.
[1949  
J. C. Stobart. In his The Johnson epoch, Lon., E. Arnold, 1907, 8vo, pp. 21-3, 32-40 (the whole has pp. vi, [2], 152).
[1950  
Thomas George Tucker. In his The foreign debt of English literature, Lon., Bell, 1907, 8vo, pp. vi, [2], 270. Folding tables. See the index.
[1951  
Charles Edwyn Vaughan. In his The Romantic revolt, Edinb., Blackwood, 1907, 8vo, pp. ix, 507. See the index.
[1952  
1908. John Churton Collins. Dr. Johnson's Lives of the poets. In The Quarterly Rev., Jan., 1908, ccviii. 72-97.
[1953  
Albert Stanburrough Cook. A concordance | to | the English poems | of | Thomas Gray | edited by | Albert S. Cook | President of the Concordance Society | [Publisher's emblem.] | Boston and New York | Houghton Mifflin Company | The Riverside Press Cambridge | 1908 |
[1954  
4to, pp. x. [2], 160.
Rev. in The Athenaeum, Feb. 27, 1909, p. 254; by G. C. Macaulay in The Modern Language Review, July, 1910, v. 375; in The Nation, March 4, 1909, lxxxviii. 22S, same in The Evening Post, March 13, 1909; by C. S. Northup in Modern Language Notes, June, 1909, xxiv. 187-8.

William Prideaux Courtney. In his The secrets of our national literature: chapters in the history of the anonymous and pseudonymous writings of our countrymen, London, A. Constable & Co., 1908, 8vo, pp. [viii], 255 (see the index).
[1955  
Arthur Francis Leach. In his History of Eton College. In The Victoria history of the county of Buckingham, Westminster, 1908, ii. 199.
[1956  
George Saintsbury. In his A history of English prosody from the 12th century to the present time, Lon., Macmillan, 1908, 8vo, ii. 406, 510, 516-8, 553-6.
[1957  
Rev. by G. C. Macaulay in The Mod. Lang. Rev. v. 227-33.

John Edwin Sandys. In his A history of classical scholarship, Cambridge, The Univ. Press, 1908, 8vo, ii. 471.
[1958  




246

William Shepard Walsh. In The international encyclopedia of prose and poetical quotations from the literature of the world, Philadelphia, The John C. Winston Co., [1908], sm. 8vo. See the index.
[1958a  
1909. Raymond Macdonald Alden. In his An introduction to poetry for students of English literature, New York, Holt, 1909, 8vo.
[1959  
Charles Sears Baldwin. In his Writing and speaking, New York, Longmans, 1909, 8vo, pp. 58, 145-8, 150-1, 319 f., 378, 385.
[1960  
S. Parnell Kerr. In his George Selwyn and the wits, London, Methuen, 1909, 8vo, pp. 1, 23-4.
[1961  
Clark Sutherland Northup [pseud. Charles Southdown]. Gray and King Osric. In N. & Q., Feb. 13, 1909, 10th ser. xi. 128.
[1962  
— Gray: two references. In same, Feb. 20, 1909, 10th ser. xi. 147.
[1963  
Reply by H. I. B., March 20, p. 236.

Myra Reynolds. 1909. See no. 1871.
[1963a  
Charles Francis Richardson. In his A study of English rhyme, Hanover, N. H., printed for class-room use, 1909, 8vo, pp. 151-3, 155.
[1964  
Otto Ritter. In his Burnsiana. In Anglia, 1909, xxxii. 229.
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Stoke Poges Church. Aug., 1909.
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N. t.-p., n. p. 8vo, pp. 19, [1]. Printed by Gale & Polden, Ltd., Aldershot.

1910. E. Bensly. Gray and Muretus. In The Modern Language Rev., July, 1910, v. 345-6.
[1967  
C. G. Griffinhoofe. In his Celebrated Cambridge men, Cambridge, A. P. Dixon, 1910, 8vo, pp. 111-5.
[1968  
Frank Frankfort Moore. In his The life of Oliver Goldsmith, London, Constable, 1910, 8vo, pp. 1, 119, 245, 254, 257 f., 310, 337, 361.
[1969  
Clark Sutherland Northup. Addison and Gray as travelers. In Studies in language and literature in celebration of the seventieth birthday of James Morgan Hart, New York, Holt, 1910, 8vo, pp. 390-439.
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Freeman O'Donoghue. In his Catalogue of engraved British portraits preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, London, 1910, 8vo, ii. 376-7.
[1971  




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George Saintsbury. In his A manual of English prosody, London, Macmillan, 1910.
[1972  
Rev. in The Westminster Rev., Feb., 1911, clxxv. 228.

Clement King Shorter. In his Highways and by-ways in Buckinghamshire, Lon., Macmillan, 1910, 8vo, pp. 239-56.
[1973  
Rev. in Berks, Bucks and Oxon Arch. Journal, July, 1910, n. s. xvi. 54-7.

Edward Thomas. In his Feminine influence on the poets, Lon., Martin Seeker, 1910, 8vo, pp. 129, 272, 280.
[1974  
Rev. in The Nation (London), Jan. 28, 1911, viii. 743-4.

Duncan Crookes Tovey. In The Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th ed., 1910, xii. 392-5.
[1975  
*George Edward Woodberry. In his The inspiration of poetry, New York, Macmillan, 1910, 8vo, pp. 113-41.
[1976  
Rev. in The Dial, July 16, 1910, xlix. 44; in The Evening Post, May 14, 1910.

1911. Arturo Graf. In his L'Anglomania e l'influsso inglese in Italia nel secolo XVIII, Torino, E. Loescher, 1911, 8vo, pp. xxxiv, 431 (see chap. xii, pp. 276-99).
[1977  
Price, L. 12. Rev. in Archiv cxxvi. 302.

John Morley, Viscount Morley of Blackburn. In his On language and literature. In The Times, London, June 28, 1911.
[1978  
Reprinted in The Educational Rev., Nov., 1911, xlii. 395-411. See esp. p. 402.

Ralph Nevill. In his Floreat Etona, anecdotes and memories of Eton College, London, Macmillan, 1911, 8vo, pp. 242-3. Plate illustrative of the Ode.
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Caroline F. E. Spurgeon. In her Chaucer devant la critique en Angleterre et en France depuis son temps jusqu' à nos jours, Paris, Hachette, 1911, 8vo, pp. 79 f., 124, 134, 195.
[1980  
1912. Harry Clemons. [Algarotti's Vita di Orazio and Gray.] In The Nation, Aug. 22, 1912, xcv. 167-8.
[1980a  
Henry Austin Dobson. Gray's biographer. In The National Rev., April, 1912, lix. 280-95.
[1980b  
*Adolphus Alfred Jack. In his Poetry and prose, being essays on modern English poetry, London, Constable, 1911, New York, Dutton, 1912, 8vo, pp. 23-51.
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Rev. in The Nation, Nov. 16, 1911, xciii. 471-2; by C. S. Northup in Englische Studien xlvi. 126-7.




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Andrew Lang. In his History of English literature from "Beowulf" to Swinburne, London, Longmans, 1912, 8vo, pp. 428-30.
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H. Littledale. Gray and old plays. In The Athenaeum, Dec. 7, 1912, p. 691.
[1983  
William Francis Prideaux. Gray and the Antrobus family. In N. & Q., Dec. 14, 1912, 11th ser. vi. 461-2.
[1984  
Replies: H. P. Stokes, Jan. 11, 1913, vii. 35-6; R. Vaughan Gower in same, p. 36. See also the Letters, ed. Tovey, iii. 351.

Edward Bliss Reed. In his English lyrical poetry from its origins to the present time, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1912, 8vo, pp. xii, 616. See the index.
[1985  
Rev. in The Nation, Sept. 19, 1912, xcv. 261; in The Athenaeum, July 27, 1912, p. 83.

Edward Stanley Roscoe. In his The English scene in the 18th century, New York, Putnam, 1912, 8vo, pp. 155, 167-8.
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Margaret M. Verney. In her Bucks biographies, a school book, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1912, 8vo, pp. 163-78.
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1913. Robert Shelton Bate. In his The teaching of English literature in secondary schools, London, Bell, 1913, 8vo, pp. 136-8, 141.
[1987  
Joseph Berg Esenwein and Mary Eleanor Roberts. In their The art of versification, Springfield, Mass., The Home Correspondence School, [1913], 8vo, pp. xii, 311 (see the index).
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William Paton Ker. [On FS and Odin.] In The Cambridge history of English literature, Cambridge, The University Press, 1913, 8vo, x. 254.
[1988a  
George Morey Miller. In his The historical point of view in English literary criticism from 1570-1770, Heidelberg, Winter, 1913, 8vo, pp. 139-41.
[1989  
Anglistische Forschungen xxxv.

Ernest Rhys. In his Lyric poetry, Lon., Dent, 1913, 8vo, pp. 84 f., 236, 259-63.
[1990  
The Channels of English Literature.

Felix Emanuel Schelling. In his The English lyric, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1913, 8vo, pp. 132, 134-40, 227, 265, 268, 271.
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Rev. in The Athenaeum, May 31, 1913, p. 591.




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*Duncan Crookes Tovey. In The Cambridge history of English literature, Cambridge, 1913, 8vo, x. 130-55.
[1991a  
A valuable summary of present-day opinion.

1914. Edward Stanley Roscoe. Penn's country: being literary and historical studies of the country of Penn, Milton, Gray, Burke, and the Disraelis. Revised edition. London. Longmans. 1914.
[1992  
16mo, pp. x, 212. Map, 6 pl., 6 port.
Rev. in The Nation, June 11, 1914, xcviii. 701.

*Edward D. Snyder. Thomas Gray's interest in Celtic. In Modern Philology, April, 1914, xi. 559-79.
[1992a  
An important paper.

Paget Toynbee. Gray and Pembroke Hall: a mistake of a biographer. In The Times, London, July 27, 1914, p. 10.
[1992b  
Explodes the myth that Gray was for a time at Pembroke College before going to Peterhouse.

*Otto Uebel. Grays Einfluss auf die deutsche Lyrik im achtzehnten Jahrhundert. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde einer hohen philosophischen Fakultät der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität zu Heidelberg vorgelegt von Otto Uebel aus Kehl (Baden). Heidelberg. Carl Winters Universitätsbuchhandlung. 1914.
[1992c  
8vo, pp. 43, [2].

1915. John Walter Good. In his Studies in the Milton tradition, Urbana, Ill., 1915.
[1992d  
8vo, pp. 310. University of Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, Aug.-Nov., 1915, i. 3-4. See the index.

In The new international encyclopaedia, New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1915, 2d ed., x. 276-7.
[1993  
1916. Sigurd Bernhard Hustvedt. In his Ballad criticism in Scandinavia and Great Britain during the eighteenth century, New York, The American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1916, 8vo, pp. ix, [3], 335. See the index.
[1993a  
Scandinavian Monographs ii.

J. B. McGovern. Gray: a book of squibs. In N. & Q., Oct. 7, 1916, 12th ser. ii. 285-6.
[1993b  
Clarissa Rinaker. In her Thomas Warton, a biographical and critical study, Urbana, Ill., 1916.
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9.   NOTE ON THE MANUSCRIPTS

I subjoin such notes as I have been able to gather respecting the whereabouts of MSS. of Gray's works. These notes make no pretence to completeness. The Library of Pembroke College, Cambridge, possesses Gray's Commonplace books (cf. Bradshaw's introduction, 1891), including a MS. of the Elegy (cf. Gosse's ed. i. 225-32 and Bradshaw's note on the Elegy). For facsimiles, see nos. 18, 625, 655.
[1994  
Another MS. of the Elegy is in the Library of Eton College. This was the Fraser MS.; see no. 662 and Bradshaw's note on the Elegy. Eton also has the original MS. of the Eton Ode; cf. The Illus. Lon. News, June 20, 1908, cxxxii. 896.
[1995  
A third MS. of the Elegy is in Egerton 2400 in the British Museum. This formerly belonged to Thomas Wharton. See no. 1997. For a facsimile see no. 735b.
[1996  
The British Museum also contains the following MSS. of interest to students of Gray:
[1997  
Add. 5821, fol. 53, Impromptu, suggested by the ruins at Kingsgate.
Add. 5833, fol. 11-4, 20-2, 24, Memoranda.
Add. 5842, fol. 119, Will.
Add. 15,000, fol. 209, Two odes, printed. 4to.
Add. 19,918, Letter to the Rev. J. Brown, 1764.
Add. 24,503, fol. 95, and 24,614, fol. 8, Notes by John Hunter, 19th cent.
Add. 26,889, fol. 23, 25, 40, 46, 50, 52, 54, 81, Correspondence with W. T. Howe.
Add. 27,637, The bard set to music, by J. W. Callcott, 1786.
Add. 32,329, fol. 1, 2, Letters to T. Percy and Prof. L. Brocket, n. d. Fol. 3, Anecdote of Gray, c. 1750. Fragment.
Add. 32,561-2, Poems and extracts from Gray's MSS. The valuable collection made by Mitford.* The former includes, fol. 126-56, copies of Gray's letters to Asheton, 1740, 1742. Cf. Tovey, Gray and his friends, pp. vii-xi. Described in the Catalogue of Add. MSS., 1882-7, pp. 153-4. These MSS. were written between 1845 and 1856.
Add. 36,270, fol. 77-84, Elegy, c. 1749.

*  The entire series of Mitford's commonplace books and recollections, 1845-56, fills 17 volumes, which are numbered Add. 32,559-75.




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Add. 36,359, fol. 59, Drawing of Gray's monument at Stoke Pogis, 1828. Fol. 60b, Epitaph on his mother's tomb at Stoke, copied in 1828.
Add. 36,817, Notes on classical Greek literature, 1747. Fol., pp. iii, 19. Given in 1806 by Richard Stonhewer to Mathias. At the Mathias sale, 1837, bought by Samuel Rogers; descended to his grandniece, Emily Sharpe; given by her between 1900 and 1905 to the British Museum.
Add. 36,818, Transcript of La Cueva's Relazione di Venetia, 18th cent. In Gray's autograph. The MS. has the same history as 36,817, q. v.
Add. 37,683, fol. 77, A parody on the Elegy, made at Cambridge by William Taylor. See no. 912.
Egerton 2400, fol. 1-217, Letters to Wharton, March 12, 1740-May 24, 1771 (including El, fol. 45); fol. 218-227, Letters from James Brown to Wharton, July 24-Aug. 17, 1771; fol. 228-235, copies by Wharton of some of Gray's poems and rhymes, etc.; fol. 236-271, Letters from Mason to Wharton relating to Gray, Oct. 28, 1765-July 15, 1773; fol. 272, Letter from Mitford to Mrs. Wharton about his forthcoming ed. of Gray and reflecting on Mason's ed., Feb. 28, 1816.
Stowe 865, fol. 86, Latin version of the Elegy by W. H. Roberts, 18th century.
Gray's nine MS. volumes of music are in the possession of Henry E. Krehbiel, Esq., 152 West 105th Street, New York. See no. 1886.
[1998  
A MS. owned in 1899 by the Misses Sharpe, grandnieces of Samuel Rogers, was described in The Athenaeum, March 18, 1899, p. 338. This is now, apparently, B. M. Add. 36,817; see no. 1997.
[1999  
The late Mr. John Morris, of 13, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London, possessed a valuable collection of Graiana, which is described by Gosse in his ed. iv. 339-43.
[2000  
Mr. John Murray also has some MSS. relating to Gray, including his Journal in the Lakes; cf. Tovey's ed. of the Letters iii. 232, n. 1.
[2001  
"An early correspondence of Gray's which is said to throw light upon his difference with Walpole" was owned in 1912 by the Messrs. Quaritch, of London.
[2002  
For the letters recently discovered by Mr. Toynbee, see no. 1248.
[2003  




252

For the letters lately sold by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, see no. 1249.
[2004  
For some MSS. at Buffalo, N. Y., see Mrs. H. L. Elmendorf, Descriptive catalogue of the Gluck collection of MSS. and autographs in the Buffalo Public Library, Buffalo, N. Y., 1899, 8vo, pp. 47-8.
[2004a  




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APPENDIX

UNDATED EDITIONS

Works. With a memoir by W. Mason. Lon. Priestley. 8vo. 15/-.
[2005  
From the London Catalogue, 1814-34. Cf. no. 20.

The | poetical | works | of | Mr. Gray. | A new edition. | London: | Sold at H. Fenwicks Wholesale Book Warehouse, Snow Hill.
[2005a  
[17—?] 8vo, pp. viii, 46. Frontispiece. Life, pp. v-viii. English poems only.   HU

Poems. Lon. Bogue. 1/6.
[2006  
From the London Catalogue, 1831-55.

Poems by Thomas Gray, L. L. B. | [sic], with the author's life. [Oval port, after Wilson.] Printed and sold by G. Nicholson, Poughnill near Ludlow. Sold also in London by H. D. Symonds, Paternoster-Row [and others].
[2007  
About 1800-02. 12mo. Oval portrait after Wilson. Cited from The Athenaeum, April 14, 1894, p. 483; cf. p. 252.
The Life extends to p. xxix, and ends thus: "Besides 'The Long Story,' the pieces omitted in this Selection, are, 'The Fatal Sisters', and 'The Descent of Oden' [sic], from the Norse tongue; the first is too trifling, and the latter abound with too much of gross fable and superstition, to be admitted into a design of retaining pieces of unquestionable excellence only."

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. With a memoir. New York. T. R. Knox & Co.
[2008  
[18—.] 16mo, pp. cxix, [1], 146. Not in Leypoldt, 1880.   NYP

Poetical works in English and Latin, and life. Illus. with steel plates and wdcts. Sm. 8vo.
[2009  
The poetical works of Thomas Gray, William Collins, and John Pomfret. Lon. Cooke.
[2010  
12mo. With engravings. See no. 129.

The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Sampson Low, Son & Co.
[2010a  
[London. 187-?] 16mo, pp. xii, 124. 8 plates. Illustrations drawn by Birket Foster.




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The | poetical works | of | Thomas Gray. | with a memoir. | [Emblem.] New York: | James Miller, 779 Broadway.
[2011  
Sm. 8vo, pp. cxix, [1], 146. Life, by Mitford. Apparently a pirated reprint of the Aldine Edition. The back of my copy is lettered, British Poets | Gray | Aldine Edition | Cf. no. 2008.

In The poetical works of Goldsmith and Gray, part ii.
[2011a  
N. p., n. d. [189-?] The British Poets xxii.   BPL, UP

Maynard's English Classic Series.—No. 19. | An elegy | in | a country churchyard | and | odes | on the | pleasure arising from vicissitude, A distant prospect | of Eton College, and The bard. | By | Thomas Gray. | With prefatory and explanatory notes. | New York | Charles E. Merrill Co. |
[2012  
16mo, pp. 42. Portrait. See no. 317.

Elegy in a country churchyard, etc. New York. Putnam. 16mo.
[2013  
Ariel Booklets.

The grave. A poem. By Robert Blair. To which is added Gray's Elegy written in a country church-yard. [Lon.] J. Barker.
[2014  
[17—?] 16mo, pp. 36.   NYP

Elegy, etc. Lon. Slark.
[2015  
Sm. 4to. 1883 or 1884. 10/6. Large 4to. 63/-.

Elegy, etc. In Favorite poems selected from English and American authors, New York, John W. Lovell Co., pp. 30-5.
NYP   [2016  
Elegy in a country churchyard. Illustrated by H. Copping, etc. Lon. R. Tuck & Sons, Ltd.
[2017  
[190-?] 12mo, 12 leaves.

The progress of poesy.
[2018  
N. p., n. d. 4to, pp. 6.   YU




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ADDENDA

12c. The Norwich Public Library. The Gray bicentenary, 26th December, 1916: list of the works of Thomas Gray and the books relating to him in the Norwich [England] Public Library. In The Norwich Public Library Readers' Guide, Sept., 1916, pp. 82-4.

288a. Eton, El, Bard in Henry S. Pancoast, Standard English poems, Spenser to Tennyson, New York, Holt, 1899, sm. 8vo, pp. 214-27, 650-57.
427. Quoted and criticized by Henry Hallam in The Edinburgh Rev., Jan., 1806, vii. 316-17.
727a. Rev. in The Nation, Sept. 7, 1916, ciii. 239.
737. Jungmann lived 1773-1847. This translation was perhaps made about 1805. Presumably also in Jungmanna sebrané drobné spìsy versem i prosou, Prag, 1869-73, 8vo, 2 vols.

961a. John's Elegy in a country town, on the address of the carrier of The Illinois Gazette, on the first day of January, 1824. In The Port Folio, April, 1824, n. s. xvii. 347-8.
Begins, The north wind, sighing, mourns the parting year. 17 stanzas.
1006. First appeared in Maginn's Some account of the life and writings of Ensign [Morgan] Odoherty, in Blackwood's Mag., Apr., 1818, iii. 52-3. Reprinted in The Edinburgh Mag., whence it was reprinted in The Port Folio, Dec., 1819, 4th ser. viii. 462-5.
1248. Toynbee's work is reviewed by C. S. Northup in The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Jan., 1917, xvi. 150-53; in The Spectator, Apr. 22, 1916, cxvi. 528-9; in The Athenaeum, March, 1916, pp. 124-5; in The Saturday Rev., May 20, 1916, cxxi. 494.

1334a. Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve. Le collége d'Eton imité de Gray. In his Vie, poésies et pensées de Joseph Delorme, Paris, 1829.
Begins, Lointaines tours, fines aiguilles.
Reprinted in his Poésies, Paris, Michel Lévy Frères, 1863, ii. 273-7. Four stanzas are quoted in his Portraits de femmes, ed. of 1884, Paris, Garnier Frères, pp. 240-1.

1499b. Translated by E. Tew into Greek (see no. 551).
This was rev. in The British Critic, June, 1795, v. 633-4.

1565a. Percival Stockdale. In his An Enquiry into the nature and genuine laws of poetry, London, 1778, 12mo, pp. 95-100.




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1704a. Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve. In his Portraits littéraires, Paris, Garnier Frères, 1884, ii. 3, 225-6.
First published in 1844.

1731a. Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve. In his Causeries du lundi, Paris, 1851-62.
See the index volume by C. Pierrot, 1885.

1966a. Charles Edward Vaughan. The Romantic movement in European literature. In The Cambridge modern history, New York, Macmillan, 1909, 8vo, vi. 822-37, 968-70.
A valuable general survey.
1993b. Reply to McGovern by John T. Page in N. & Q., Nov. 11, 1916, 12th ser. ii. 399. Additional note by McGovern in same, Dec. 30, p. 526.

1993d. W. Morriston Davies. The Gray bi-centenary. In The Times Lit. Suppl. Dec. 28, 1916, p. 637.

1993e. Louis R. Letts. Eighteenth century fires in Corn-hill. In N. & Q., Dec. 9, 1916, 12th ser. ii. 461-4.

1993f. The Times Literary Supplement. Gray. Dec. 21, 1916, pp. 617-8.

1993g. Henry Charles Beeching, Dean of Norwich. The bicentenary of Gray. In The Cornhill Mag., Jan., 1917, n. s. xlii. 98-106.




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[ 259 ]

INDEX

[The numbers refer to items. The name of a publisher is included only when the book in question is devoted entirely to Gray. The name of a periodical is included, in general, only when the name of the author of the article in question is not known. In Section 4 the individual poems are indexed only when mentioned in the title of the collection; to have made a complete list for this section would have swollen the index to inordinate size.]

A. 1930
A., A. Z. 1608
A., C. A. 456
Academy, The 38, 170, 270, 284, 647, 649, 656, 1107, 1226, 1275, 1467c, 1725, 1807, 1869, 1870, 1891, 1930
Academy Series of English Classics, The 290
Ackermann, R. 1640
Ad C. Favonium Aristium 50a, 72, 358a-363; anonymous translations, English 361
Ad C. Fav. Zephyrinum 50a, 72, 363a-368; anonymous translations, English 365
Adams, J. Q. 1048
Adams, W. D. 1787
Addison, J. 472, 1970
Adurfi 463, 1200
Agrippina 72, 368a-370
Ahah 1374
Aikin, J. 1609
Ailesbury, Countess of 1470a
Ainger, A. C. 1332, 1709
Akenside, M. 119
Alas! Poor Fallen Sir Francis! See Alfred
Alcaic Fragment 72, 370a-373a; anonymous translations, English 373
Alcaic Ode 72, 373b-401; anonymous translations, English 384, 392
Alciphron 1667
Alcock, J. C. 263
Alden, R. M. 1245, 1959
Aldine Edition of the British Poets 30, 35, 122, 123, 134, 141, 148, 170, 2011
Aldine House 688
Alfred, Alas! Poor Fallen Sir Francis! 942
Algarotti, F., Count 352, 1231, 1257, 1536, 1551, 1980a
All the Year Round 1272
Allen, G. 454
Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung, Die 581
Alliance of Education and Government, The 48, 72, 401a-404
Allibone, S. A. 1, 1812a, 1841a
Allman, T. J. 242
Allman's English Classics 242
Almanach des Muses 1024
Altemus, H., Co. 298
Altmann, J. 782a
Amatory Lines 404a-408
American Book Company 287, 326
American Whig Review, The 1727
Anderson, E. H. 1473




260

Anderson, R. 79, 577, 821, 870, 1482, 1591
Andres, G. 1578
Andrews, Alice E. 326b
Annandale, C. 1909
Annotated Poems of English Authors 642, 644
Annual Register, The 188
Anstee, E. B., Wimbledon 1014
Anstey, C. 54, 511, 524, 581, 820, 1028, 1029, 1256, 1537
Anstey, J. 1041, 1256
Anstey, R. 1390
Anthologia Anglicana 239
Anthologia Graeca 1516-1518
Antiquarian Magazine, The. See Walford's Antiquarian Magazine
Antonelli, G. 356, 796, 799, 1338a, 1366, 1389, 1445
Antrobus Family 1818, 1984
Apis Matina. See Pattinson, H.
Apollo Press, The 69
Appleton, D., & Co. 612, 643
Appleton, G. S. 599
Araujo, A. de 358, 858
Arber, E. 292
Arblay, Mrs. Fanny Burney d' 1417
Archaeus 1052
Archdeacon, J. 1401
Architectura Gothica. See Essay on Norman Architecture
Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen 1977
Ariel Booklets 2013
Aristophanes 41, 1310, 1311
Armstrong, A. C, & Co. 41
Armstrong, J. 79
Armstrong, T. P. 1105
Arne, T. A. 886
Arnold, F. 1772
Arnold, M. 1808
Arrowsmith, Mr. 535
Art Journal, The 609
Arundines Cami 596, 839, 1187, 1379, 1391, 1434, 1447
Ashbee, C. R. 455
Ashton, T. 50a, 1248, 1997
Astolat Press, The 299
Athenaeum Press Series, The 46
Atkins, J. W. H. 336
Atlantic Monthly, The 41, 1817
Auld, T. 1096, 1099
Author, The 1008
Awdry, Frances 1003

B., A. 903
B., C. 399
B., C. C. 457, 1092, 1094, 1100, 1130, 1287b, 1495
B., E. F. 1090
B., E. V. 639, 675
B., F. B. 1791, 1798. Possibly F. B. Butler, q.v.
B., G. 399, 1071
B., G. F. R. 178, 1088, 1803
B., H. I. 1963
B., J. 380, 397, 920, 1090
B., J., of Long Acre 1045
B., P. 465
B., S. 1287b
B., W. 1092
B., W. C. See Boulter, W. C, and Notes and Queries, 11th ser. v. 140
Bachelet, T. 1914
Bacon, J. 1922




261

Bagehot, W. 1744
Bailey, J. 1939
Bailey, J. C. 695, 1275
Bailey, M. 664
Baird, H. C. 120
Baker, Ada B. 1892
Baker, J. C. 299
Balder 488a
Baldwin, C. S. 1960
Baldwin, E. C. 313a
Baldwin, Cradock & Joy 103, 104
Balfour, J. 59
Ballads 1993a
Banter 988
Baraldi, P. G. 581, 598, 803
Barbaras aedes aditure mecum. See Ad C. Fav. Aristium
Barbe, W. 334a
Barber, J. W. 634
Barbier, A.-A. 1623
Barbieri, G. F. 581, 598, 832
Bard, The 48, 54, 73, 105, 180, 238, 240, 247, 256, 263, 266, 267, 273, 279, 283, 285, 286, 293, 353, 408b-459, 1575, 1588, 1605, 1997, 2012; anonymous translations, Greek 426
Bard, The, a Burlesque Ode. See Lloyd, R., and Colman, G.
Bardin, J. 55
Barker, J. 2014
Barnes, A. S., & Co. 661
Barnes, R. 631
Barnett, Annie 1246
Barret, George 591, 592, 594, 613, 663
Barrett, Thomas 30
Barrister of the Inner Temple, A 1780
Barse & Hopkins 732, 734
Bartlett, J. 1777a, 1842
Bartolozzi 800
Barton, Rose M. 10, 728
Bartow, R. & W. A. 23
Bartow, W. A. 23, 29
Basire, J. 13
Bastard, Mr. 1339
Bate, R. S. 1987
Bates, Charlotte F. 258a
Bates, W. 1064
Battishill, J. 565
Bayley, A. R. 1287b
Bayne, T. 1079, 1105, 1130, 1139, 1140, 1823
Beal, W. G. 681
Beare, Cornelia 317
Beattie, J. 32, 569 60, 72, 112-114, 116, 142, 161, 162, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1264, 1268, 1540, 1618, 1793, 1924
Beattie, J. H. 390, 487, 1483, 1492
Beauties of English Poets 223, 608a, 736, 1358
Beddoes, T. 1590
Beeching, H. C. 41, 272a
Beers, H. A. 1893
Beeton, S. O. 233
Beiträge zur deutschen Lektüre für Leser und Leserinnen 771a, 771b, 772a
Bell, A. F. 335b
Bell, C. D. 1863
Bell, G., and Sons 1226
Bell, J., artist 602
Bell, J., printer 69a, 74, 870, 873a
Bell, M. 1880
Bell and Daldy 35, 141, 148, 632
Belles-Lettres Series, The 336
Bellew, J. C. M. 230
Bellorini, E. 430
Bell's Poets of Great Britain 69, 74, 87
Belsham, W. 1590a
Bene, B. del 598, 833, 834
Benham, W. G. 1940
Bennion, Horne, Smallman & Co. 1380
Bensley, T. 86, 89
Bensly, E. 830, 843, 1135, 1136, 1139, 1287a, 1287b, 1967
Benson, A. C. 1830, 1864
Bentham, J. 820, 1251




262

Bentley, R. 51, 170, 178, 185, 1500-1501
Bentley, R., publisher 1236, 1238, 1239
Bentley Ballads, The 972
Bentley's Miscellany 1725
Berchère, P. G. de 537, 742, 825
Berchet, G. 430
Berdmore, S. 1605
Berks, Bucks & Oxon Archaeological Journal 1948, 1973
Berry, T. W. 701, 1380
Berry's, T. W., Pupil Teacher and Scholarship Student Series of English Classics 701, 1380
Bertolotti, D. 355, 431, 486, 796, 799, 1169, 1186, 1338, 1364, 1389, 1445
Bialaco, Del 817
Biblical Repository, The 224
Bibliographer, The 41
Bibliophile Society, The 729
Bibliothèque de l'enseignement secondaire spécial 676
Bickers 139, 145, 153
Bickersteith, E. 1766
Bicknell, W. H. W. 729
Billington, T. 541
Bingham, C. W. 1068
Biographical Magazine, The 1592
Biographie universelle 1646
Bion 1507
Birrell, A. 1226, 1280, 1825
Birthplace, Gray's 1687, 1693, 1810, 1846
Bisesti 810
Bishop, Sir H. R. 1167, 1471b
Black, A. & C. 734a
Blackie & Son 267, 273, 279, 1384
Blackie's English Classics 273, 279, 1384
Blackie's School Classics 267
Blackmore, Sir R. 98
Blackwood's Magazine 1257, 1347, 1739, 1759
Blair, D. 1778
Blair, R. 142; The Grave 508, 509, 515, 517, 529, 532-534, 540, 540a, 543, 554, 561, 562, 569, 570, 571, 572, 577, 578, 587, 772, 2014
Blätter für literarische Unterhaltung 1051
Bloomfield, R. 157; The Farmer's Boy 560
Blyth, H. T. 1068
Blyth, R. 76
Boaden, J. 438c
Bodoni 78, 545, 796, 799, 822
Bogue 2006
Böhm, J. 253, 351, 368, 425
Bohn, H. G. 2, 119
Bohn's Standard Library 1226
Bolus, E. 724, 725
Bonaventura, F. 432
Bones, Helen W. 735e
Bonnefin, D. 422
Bonò, Elisabetta S. 598, 803
Bonstetten, C. V. de 1228, 1229, 1231a, 1237, 1244, 1674
Book of Knowledge, The 728d
Book-Lore 1048
Booth, J. 1523
Booth, J., The Poetical Reader 649
Bostonian Prophet, The 438
Boswell, J. 1047, 1539, 1587, 1769
Boucher, A. 344
Bouchier, J. 456, 1769
Boulard, A. M. H. 559, 739, 858
Boulter, W. C. 1116, 1130, 1136, 1515, 1898
Bouterwek, F. 1627a
Bowden, J. 679
Bowles, W. L. 1651a, 1653; Elegy, Written at the Hotwells, Bristol 916
Boxall, W. 591, 592, 594, 613
Boyce, W. 79
Boyd, H., The Witch of Lapland 488
Boyveau & Chevillet 770
Brackett, Anna C. 308




263

Bradford, C. F. 862b
Bradley & Co. 633
Bradshaw, J. 5, 170, 172, 262a, 270, 456, 847, 1518, 1994, 1995
Brain, E. 1090
Braithwaite, W. S. 319
Brand, T. 582; Elegy on a Pair of Breeches 954
Brandl, A. 291
Breen, H. H. 1055, 1728
Brent, C. 1059
British and Foreign Review, The 1692
British Critic, The 80, 86, 426, 785-790, 1037, 1228, 1230, 1255, 1484, 1609
British India Classics 146
British Museum, The 3, 7, 411, 414, 1756; Add. MS. 37,683 912, 1997; other Add. MSS. 1997; Egerton MS. 2400 735c, 1996, 1997; Stowe MS. 865 820, 1997
British Plutarch, The 1587a, 1645
British Pocket Classics 157
British Poets, The 59, 95, 106, 125, 140, 149a, 2011a
British Poets Series 176
British Press, The 948
British Prose Writers, The 1224
Broadway Booklets, The 718, 722
Brockett, L. 45, 1997
Brockhaus, F. A. 1883
Brodribb, C. W. 825, 846, 1136
Bronson, W. C. 314
Brooke, S. A. 1773, 1802
Brooks, C. W. S. 1522
Brooks, Sarah W. 1837
Brown, James 30, 1236, 1238, 1239, 1262, 1543, 1997
Brown, John 785
Brown, John, poet 79
Browning, R. 727
Bruce, M., Elegy: to Spring 924
Brundish, J., An Elegy on a Family-Tomb 906
Brunoniad, The 1593
Bryant, J. 1597, 1638
Bryant, W. C. 234a, 1050
Bryce, D., & Son 304, 309
Brydges, Sir S. E. 402, 1510, 1652, 1678, 1683; Censura literaria 1253, 1621, 1622, 1625
Buckley, W. E. 123
Buffalo Courier Co., The 44
Buffalo Public Library, The 2004a
Bulmer, W., and Co. 18, 88
Bulwer, E. G. E. L. See Lytton, E. G. E. L. Bulwer, Baron
Buondelmonte, Abbate 50a, 1474-1478
Burdett, Sir F. 942
Burges, G. 1313
Burke, E. 1992
Burney, C. 1417
Burnham Beeches 1078
Burns, J. 604
Burns, R. 61, 333, 1874, 1965
Burrell, A. 332b
Burt, Mary E. 715
Bust, Bacon's 1922
Bust in Pembroke College 1807, 1809, 1812, 1814-1816, 1819, 1820, 1822
Bute, The Earl of 1367
Butler, F. B. 38, 1079. See also B., F. B.
Butler, H. E. 297a
Butterworth, J. W. 1829, 1831
Buttura, A. 581, 598, 802
Byerley, T. 961
Byron, G. G. Noel, Lord 727, 736, 736a, 1651a, 1653, 1654

C. 1216b
C., An Elegy, Written in a London Church-Yard 930
C., Chevalier de 763
C., A. C. 1140
C., B. L. R. 1130
C., C. N. 1813
C., G. 1038
C., G. G. 474




264

C., O. P. See Berdmore, S.
C., S. 1040
C., T. 1036
C., W. 1352
C., W. G. 1706
Cabanis, P. J. G. 746
Cabinet de lecture, Le 219
Cabinet Edition of the British Poets 119
Cabinet of Poetry, The 213
Cadell, T. 16
Cadell, T., & W. Davies 1635
Cadell and Davis 93
Cadogan Booklets 731
Caldwell, H. M., Co. 703
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Cambridge Portfolio, The 1695-1697
Cambridge Prize Poems 525a, 868
Cambridge Review, The 262, 1814, 1835
Cambridge Series for Schools and Training Colleges, The 285, 295
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Camelot Series 1216
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Campbell, T. 149, 214, 1651a
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Candidate, The 50a, 462, 463
Candidus 1039
Candy, G. 146
Cantab. 1568
Cantab., A, Ode on the Amputation of a Cat's Tail 1369
Cantuariensis 1059
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Creswick, T. 602 603
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D., L. 566, 757
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Dale, Lucy 1246
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Dampierre 749b
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Dante Alighieri 1077, 1910, 1925
Dante, Canto 33, dell' Inferno 473
Dantès, A. 1779
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Davidson & Alcock's English Classics 263
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Diogenes 979, 980
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Ditchfield, P. H. 1908
Dix, W. G. 1050
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Dixon, W. M. 320, 1854
Dobell, B. 395, 1915
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Dodsley, R. and J. 179, 180, 882, 883
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Douglas & Foulis 849
Dovaston, J. F. M. 1306
Dove, J. F. 20, 21, 27
Dover, Lord 1599a
Doveton, F. B., Gladstone in Midlothian 447
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Duncombe, J., An Elegy Written in Canterbury Cathedral 902; An Evening Contemplation in a College 54, 55, 62, 525, 566, 868, 898
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Echoes from the Clubs 987
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Elegiac Stanzas, on Returning at Daybreak from a Ball at Lady —'s. See Twiss, H.
Elegiac Verses to the Memory of a Married Lady 910
Elegiacs 491a
Elegies on Different Occasions 890
Elegy 874
Elegy, a Parody. See Taylor, J.
Elegy by a Young Gentleman of Oxford 893a
Elegy, Dedicated to * * * *. See Edward
Elegy for the Crystal Palace 977a
Elegy in a London Churchyard, An 928, 930
Elegy in a London Theatre. See Hotspur
Elegy in Imitation of Gray, An, Written in the King's Bench Prison 918
Elegy in Newgate 941
Elegy in St. Stephen's Chapel 951
Elegy on a Betting-Office 979
Elegy on a Family-Tomb, An. See Brundish, J.
Elegy on a Favourite Washerwoman. See Tisdall, C. E.
Elegy on a Lapdog 1370
Elegy on a Pair of Breeches. See Brand, T.
Elegy on a Pile of Ruins, An. See Cunningham, J.
Elegy on a Quid of Tobacco. See Theoderit
Elegy on Cremation, An 993
Elegy on Gray 1589
Elegy on Mr. Maurice Evans. See Y.
Elegy on the Death of Bow-Fair 959
Elegy on the Death of George Lord Lyttelton. See Lipscomb, W.
Elegy on the Death of The Guardian Outwitted, An 513, 886
Elegy on the Departed Season, An. See Figaro
Elegy on the Tomb of Some Sailors 926a
Elegy on the Waste near the Charter-House. See Reid, W. H.
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Elegy: to Spring. See Bruce, M.
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Elegy Travestied, The 1015
Elegy, An, Written Among the Ruins of a Nobleman's Seat in Cornwall. See Moore, E.
Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey, An. See Jerningham, E.
Elegy, An, Written Among the Tombs in Westminster Abbey 873a
Elegy Written at a Carthusian Monastery in the Austrian Netherlands, An 896
Elegy, Written at a Xmas Feast in the Country. See Carey, D.
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Elegy, Written at the Hotwells, Bristol. See Bowles, W. L.
Elegy Written During the "General." See K.
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Elegy, Written in a City Churchyard. See H., M. W.
Elegy Written in a College Library. See Moore, Sir J. H.
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[Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, An (cntd.)]
240, 242, 244, 245, 247, 249, 251, 252, 255, 256, 258, 263, 266, 267, 271, 273, 274, 277-279, 288, 289, 293, 294-296, 298, 304, 306, 307, 309, 310, 315, 317, 321, 323, 324, 326, 334, 344, 345, 1599, 1658, 1660, 1739, 1755, 1796, 1821, 1826, 1906, 1930, 1994-1997, 2012-2017; editions 492-735; translations 736-867, 1037, 1052, 1070, 1116, 1123, 1124, 1135, 1136, 1594; anonymous translations, Armenian 736, German 771a, 771b, 772a, 781, 782, Japanese 819, Latin 848, 857, Spanish 863; parodies and imitations 868-1026, 1061, 1086, 1087, 1135, 1136; criticism 1026a-1143; Mason-Pembroke MS. 142, 625, 655, 687, 1994; Fraser-Eton MS. 662, 1057, 1069, 1108, 1995; Wharton MS. 1996; other MSS. 1997
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Elegy, Written in a Grub-Street Garret. See N.
Elegy Written in a Lingering Illness. See Hortensius
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Elegy, An, Written in a London Churchyard 976
Elegy Written in a London Church-Yard 980
Elegy Written in a Quakers' Burial Ground, An. See Wagstaffe, J.
Elegy Written in a Railway Station 981
Elegy Written in a Town Church Yard 1005
Elegy, Written in Bartlemy Fair 945
Elegy Written in Canterbury Cathedral, An. See Duncombe, J.
Elegy Written in Covent-Garden, An 887
Elegy, Written in Drury-Lane Theatre. See J.
Elegy Written in Kensington Garden, An. See N., S.
Elegy, Written in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey 931
Elegy, Written in Rotten Row 995
Elegy Written in St. Bride's Church-Yard, An 891
Elegy Written in St. Stephen's, An 907
Elegy Written in St. Stephen's Chapel, An. See S.
Elegy, Written in Spring. See Bruce, M.
Elegy, Written in the House of Commons 987
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Elegy Written in Westminster Hall. See Alfred
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Epitaph on a Late Administration 943
Epitaph on a Noted Highwayman 934
Epitaph on His Mother 1145-1146a, 1997
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Ersch & Gruber 1161, 1266, 1764
Erskine, J. 1400a
Erskine, T., The Barber 439
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Esenwein, J. B. 1988
Espinay Saint-Luc, Marquis d' 347
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Evening's Contemplation in a French Prison, An. See Houghton, H. P.
Everett, W. 1760
Eversley Series, The 41, 47
Everyman's Library 12a, 49, 1488b
Ewer & Co. 1438
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F. 340, 360
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Facetiae Cantabrigienses 443
Fain 802
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Fairholt, F. W. 1724
Falconer, W. 79, 95, 104
Falkland 440
Fanshawe, Catherine M. 1394a
Farewell Ode on a Distant Prospect of Cambridge, A 1593
Farewell to Florence, A 50a, 1162, 1163
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Farrar, F. W. 265
Fasciculus Carminum 474
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Favourite English Poems 630a
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Figaro, An Elegy, Written in Town 988
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Fison, E. 667
Fitzgerald, G. B. 456
Fitzpatrick, Gen. 1204b
Fletcher, F. 335f
Fletcher, J. 785
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Moore, Sir J. H., Elegy Written in a College Library 939
Moore, J. W. 599
Moore, T. 1649
More, P. E. 1286
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Morgan, H. H. 256a
Morley, H. 39a, 256b
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Morning Chronicle, The 943, 945, 1372, 1373
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Morning Post, The 928
Morris, D. 642, 644
Morris, E. E. 1111
Morris, J. 2000
Mortimer, T. 1587a
Morton, E. P. 1121
Moücke, F. 352
Moule, T. 1690
Moulton, C. W. 1912
Moultrie, J. 116a, 117, 121, 124, 128, 137, 138, 1638, 1709, 1710
Mount, C. B. 1140
Moyer, R. 1282
Mozley, J. 73
Müller, E. 1726
Müller, N. 638, 783
Mullinger, J. B. 1780-1782
Mulready, W. 591, 592, 594, 613
Mundell & Son 79
Munden, K. L. 999, 1086-1088, 1803
Munro, H. A. J. 636, 660, 825, 846, 1752
Murby, T. 645
Murdered Maid, The 837
Muretus 1967
Murphy 840
Murray, G. 1224
Murray, J. 1099
Murray, J., publisher 63, 65, 70, 75, 193, 1561, 1653
Murray, J., publisher (b. 1851) 2001
Murray, L. 208a, 208b
Murray, W. H. 977
Musa clauda 691
Musae Berkhamstedienses 546, 828
Musae Etonenses 1299, 1339, 1377, 1390
Muses' Library, The 175, 176a
Music, Gray's 1768, 1813, 1886, 1998

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N., Elegy, Written in a Grub-Street Garret 915
N., F. 744
N., G. 1031
N., G. W. 1513
N., J. G. 1751
N., S., An Elegy Written in Kensington Garden 914
N., T. 1045
N., W. 1617
Nation, The (London) 1974
Nation, The (New York) 170, 1133, 1763, 1768, 1799, 1801, 1804, 1805, 1824, 1834, 1954, 1981, 1985, 1992 *
National Magazine, The 1724
Neale, J. P. 1648
Necker, Mme. Susanne C. de N. 739
Neele, H. 1670
Nelson, T., & Sons 133, 149
Neue allgemeine deutsche Bibliothek, Die 774
Neuwied, Die Fürstin zu 775
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New Foundling Hospital for Wit, The 197, 199, 894, 909, 1148,




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New Haven Gazette and Connecticut Magazine, The 481
New International Encyclopaedia, The 1918, 1993
New Popular Encyclopedia, The 1909
New Tory Guide, The 951, 1395
New York Literary Gazette, The 1664a
New York Times, The 1250
Newall's Buildings 989
Newcomb, S. 1128
Newcomen, G. 1863
Newcomer, A. G. 326b
Newdigate, Sir R. 72
Newnes, G. 174
Nichol, J. 132
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Nicholson, G. 83, 2007
Nicholson, G., & Co. 205
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Night Thoughts 974
Nightly Thoughts in the Temple. See R., J. T.
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Nims & Knight 679
Nisbet, J., & Co. 132
Nister, E. 709
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Noon-tide: an Ode. See Ode on the Spring
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Normal Correspondence College Press 458, 459, 704, 712, 1109, 1110, 1382, 1400
Normal Tutorial Series 458, 704, 712, 1109, 1382, 1400
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North American Review, The 1647, 1653, 1754
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Notes on Aristophanes 41, 1310, 1311, 1997
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Nunnery, The 1010
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Ode [by Walpole] Attributed to Gray 1325
Ode de Gray sobre o progreço da poezia, etc. 208
Ode for Music. See Ode Performed in the Senate-House, etc.
Ode on a Close Prospect of Eton College. See Gray-Headed Wet Bob, A
Ode on a College Feast Day 444, 1345
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Dulwich College 1346
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Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude 62, 72, 242, 1375-1377, 2012
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OEdipus, Parody on the Ode for Music 1415
Omicron 1300; Imitation of Gray 933
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On a Near Prospect of Newnham College (Becoming an University Hostel) 1351
O'Neill, G. 1438a
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Our Original Lunatic 986
Ossory, Countess of 1599a
Outline Studies in Literature 1138, 1141
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Owen, S. G. 691, 854
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Oxford and Cambridge Nuts to Crack. See Nuts to Crack
Oxford Book of English Verse, The 293a
Oxford Garlands 335e, 735b
Oxford Library of Prose and Poetry 318
Oxford Plain Texts 334
Oxford Sausage, The 868, 1343
Oxford Treasury of English Literature, The 727c
Oxonian, An 898
Oxoniensis 1052

P., H., Ode on Ranelagh 54, 62, 1342
P., N. 1080
P., R. O. 1451
P., W., Elegy Written at Florence 911
Page, T. 293
Pageant of English Poetry, The 316, 335
Painter, W. E. 1703
Palese 796, 799, 820, 822
Palgrave, F. T. Q2S9 1879
Palli, Angelica 814
Palmer, H. 1061
Palmer, John 535
Palmer, W. 135
Palmer Co., The 1138
Pancoast, H. S. 335d
Panting, S., Four Elegies 878
Paraphrase of Psalm lxxxiv 1418, 1418a
Paraphrase on Gray's Elegy, A. See Gentleman, A.
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Parker, J., & Co. 249, 641, 682
Parker, J. W. 593
Parlor Treasury 152
Parmelee, G. W. 1112
Parnaso straniero 356
Parnassium, The 182
Parnassus 243
Parnassus Series, The 698
Parnell, T. 131, 132, 158, 163, 164
Parnell-egy Written in a Westminster Palace-Yard 1011
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Parody on an Epitaph 1419
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Pembroke College, Cambridge 1807, 1809, 1812, 1814-1816, 1819, 1820, 1822, 1992b, 1994
Penn, J. 1294, 1297, 1298, 1632
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Penny Poets, The 281
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Philalethes 1627
Phillipps, W. F. M. 647
Phillips, J. P. 977, 1061
Phillips, Maude G. 1817 Phillips, Sampson & Co. 130
Philobiblion, The 1062
Philodice 1614
Philo-Lyristes 1574
Philopoesis 1038
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Pickford, J. 9, 868, 1100, 1116
Pierpoint, R. 1116
Pillai, M. S. P. 1142a
Pindar 18, 180, 1535
Pinkerton, J. 386a, 1578a, 1603
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Pitt Press Series 284, 303
Plaintive Tales 946
Platens Tagebücher 776
Plato 18, 41, 1312-1315
Platt, W. 1080, 1798
Play Exercise at Eton 1421
Plomer, H. R. 84, 85
Plumptre, Anne 1228
Plumptre, J. 789
Pocket Classics 174
Poems, Chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall 340, 360, 385
Poetic Garland, The 564, 573
Poetic Voices of the 18th Century 142
Poetical Calendar, The. See Fawkes and Woty
Poetical Register, The 887, 947
Poetical Rondeau 1422, 1423
Poetry and Life Series, The 329
Poets of Great Britain, The 69a, 93
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Portal, A. 879, 880
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Propertius 1192
Propertius, Lib. III. 5 v. Eleg. 19 1456; Lib. II. Eleg. 1 1457
Prosaicus 1065
Prosody. See Metre, Rhyme
Pughe, W. O. 436
Punch 973, 976, 978, 981, 982, 984, 1000, 1001, 1348, 1349
Putnam, G. P. 150
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Quarterly Review, The 838, 839, 1636, 1650, 1651, 1730, 1784, 1800, 1868
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Quiller-Couch, Sir A. T. 293a
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R., F. 1088
R., J. 858, 863, 1704
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R., N. 1757
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Raleigh, Sir W. 1571
Ralph, E, & Co. 708
Ralph, Holland & Co. 1381
Rand, McNally & Co. 689
Randall, John 1401
Randolph, A. D. F., & Co. 166
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Reimer, G. 28
Relfe Bros., Model Reading Books 1241
Remarks on the Letters Prefixed to Mason's Elfrida 1458-1461
Remarque Edition 703
Renouard, A. A. 558, 799
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S—, Parody on Gray's Ode to Spring 1394
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S., F. W. 1287b
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S., J. F. 1061
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Sabrinae corolla 1407, 1413, 1435, 1448
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St. James's Chronicle, The 1415
St. James's Gazette, The 1845
St. James's Magazine, 1063
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Samuel Daniel 1462, 1463
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Sever and Francis 144
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Seward, Anna 393, 475, 1580, 1611
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Seymour, C. 1560
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Slight View of the Village and School of R—, A 1344
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Solomons, I. 1514
Some Remarks on the Poems of Lydgate 1468, 1469
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Song 1470-1473
Song by Buondelmonte 50a, 1474-1478
Sonnet, Inedited 1204a, 1204b
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Spirit of the Public Journals, The 440, 887, 928, 931, 933, 934, 942, 945, 948, 1372, 1373, 1508
Spooner, F. 1943
Sprague, H. B. 637
Spurgeon, Caroline F. E. 1980
Standard English Classics 727a
Standard Literature Series 706
Stanley, C. R. 591, 592, 594, 613
Stansfield, A. 1899
Stanza 1497-1499a
Stanzas on the Death of Mr. Gray. See Lady, A
Stanzas to Mr. Richard Bentley 72, 1500-1501
Statius, Thebaidos vi. 646-688 1502; Thebaidos vi. 704-724 1503, 1504; Thebaidos ix. 319-27 50a, 1504a
Stebbing, W. 1949
Stemmata Atheniensia 1689
Stephen, J. K., Ode on a Retrospect of Eton College 1350
Stephen, L. 1785, 1790, 1841, 1853
Sterry, W. 1891
Stevens, E. T. 642, 644
Stevenson, B. E. 331
Stewart, W., & Co. 247
Stewart's School Classics 247
Stobart, J. C. 313, 1950
Stock, E. 655
Stockdale, P. 1620
Stoddard, J. L. 1900
Stoddard, R. H. 259, 1494, 1775
Stokes, F. A., & Co. 41, 304
Stokes, H. P. 1984
Stonhewer, R. 1997
Stonhouse, C. 602
Storr, F. 38, 40, 42, 1079
Stothard, Mrs. 1258
Stothard, C. A. 1258
Stothard, T. 224, 591, 592, 594, 613, 663
Stowe, J. 1751
Strachan, L. R. M. 1136
Strachey, Sir E. 1100
Strange, J. 799
Strangeways, W. N. 490
Strawberry Hill 180, 545, 1870
Street, E. E. 1130
Students' Classics 734
Students' Series of English Classics, The 728b
Suetonius, Parody on Gray's Ode on a Cat Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes 1372
Suffolk Garland, The 956, 957
Supplement to Gray's Elegy 961
Suttaby, W. 92, 95
Suttaby, Evance & Fox 103, 104
Swaen, A. E. H. 738, 1136
Swan, W. H. 1075
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T., C. H. 1533
T., C. L., Etonensis 406
T., E. W. 1081
T., W. J. 1031
Taite, J. 27, 65, 69, 70, 74, 75, 87, 116, 1582
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 1717
Talbot, Hon. Mrs. J. 413
Talboys and Wheeler 25
Tallent-Bateman, C. T. 1827
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Taylor, W., of Norwich 1876
Tears of Genius, The. See Taite, J.
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Temple Bar 1776
Temple Elegy, A. See Hayes, Sir G.
Temple English Literature Classics, The 725
Temple English Literature Series, The 724
Tennyson, A., Baron 1121, 1778
Tennyson, H., Baron 1882
Terry, F. C. B. 457, 1099, 1100
Teutsche Merkur, Der 348
Tew, E. 551, 790, 1067
Texte, J. 1868a
Teza, E. 41, 796, 799, 814, 816, 1799, 1836
Thackeray, F. St. J. 1080
Thanington Church 1060
Theoderit, Elegy on a Quid of Tobacco 929
Thiergen, O. 332a
Thirlmere 490
Thomas, C. S. 333
Thomas, E. 1974
Thomas, G. 612, 639, 675
Thomas, T. J. 867
Thomas, W. T., Prison Thoughts 958
Thompson, engraver 663
Thomson, G. 699
Thomson, J., poet 77, 79, 119, 133, 142, 357, 1586a
Thoreau, H. D. 1701
Thorne, J. 1786
Thoughts and Verse Fragments 1506
Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry, A 236
Thürnau, C. 1937
Thyrsis. See Song
Tickler, T. See Sym, R.
Timbs, J. 1750
Times, The (London) 336, 1812, 1822
Tindal, W. 531, 1425, 1575
Tiny Tim 1080
Tipografia Chiassi 811
Tipografia Valirasense 353, 1444
Tisdall, C. E., Elegy on a Favourite Washerwoman 1002
To Eliza 1589
Todd, J. 13, 14, 16
Togatus, An Elegy, Written in the Long Vacation 967
Tole, F. A. 1080
Tomlins, R. 67
Tooke, Horn 1665
Tophet 1506-1515
Torch Press, The 735
Torelli, G. 78, 355, 523, 527, 545, 580, 581, 594, 598, 760, 761a, 796, 799
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Town Eclogues. See Jenner, C.
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Townsend, H. J. 602
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Tribute Written in a Country Newspaper 1021
Triumphs of Owen, The 54, 73, 1519-1522
True Briton, The 500
Truth 1007
Tscharner, Baptista von 779
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Tucker, T. G. 1951
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Underwood, F. H. 235a
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Unique Series 711
Universal Library, The 129
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University Publishing Co. 706
University Tutorial Series 327
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Vox 1031

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W. (1.) 399
W. and D. 1571, 1599
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Wagstaffe, J., An Elegy Written in a Quakers' Burial Ground 885
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Wright, C. 1734
Wright, G. 532
Wright, J., bookseller 86, 89
Wright, J., editor 1259, 1471a, 1476, 1599a, 1696a
Wright, J., translator 826,1571
Wright, J. W. 591, 592, 594, 613
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Wyatt, A. J. 312
Wyatt, Sir T., the Elder 1289

X., X. A. 1061
Xenophon, Apol