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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GRAY

1917-1951








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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS


ARTHUR MURPHY
By John Pike Emery

PENOLOGY FROM PANAMA TO CAPE HORN
By Negley K. Teeters

THE RELIGION OF PHILOSOPHERS
By James H. Dunham

PAUL BUNYAN: LAST OF THE FRONTIER DEMIGODS
By Daniel G. Hoffman

PERPLEXED PROPHETS
By Gaylord C. LeRoy

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GRAY, 1917-1951
By Herbert W. Starr




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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GRAY

1917-1951

by

Herbert W. Starr


With material supplementary

to C. S. Northup's

Bibliography of Thomas Gray





Philadelphia
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS FOR
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS
1953




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Copyright 1953

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PREFACE

    In compiling the following list of Gray editions and criticism I have had in mind primarily the needs of the eighteenth-century student rather than those of the collector of rare books. Consequently, few collations of recent publications have seemed necessary, although many entries are included which it is hoped will be of value to the collector as well as to the student.
    Most of the material represented is that published since 1916, the last year covered in Professor Clark S. Northup's Bibliography of Thomas Gray; but some material from the earlier period is also included. The latter entries consist of publications omitted by Professor Northup or of supplementary information concerning entries which he has included. To simplify the location of these entries in his bibliography, there is printed after the number of each item the number which does, or should, accompany the entry in his compilation. These numbers are set off by a hyphen and prefixed by the letter N.
    There are a few minor changes such as the italicizing of the titles of books, but usually I have attempted to conform to Professor Northup's practice in form and, with the exceptions noted below, in scope.
    Although some accidental omissions are inevitable in all bibliographies, I hope that I have not overlooked anything of major importance. However, in the 1917-1951 section certain omissions are deliberate. Like Professor Northup, I have made no attempt to include general histories of English literature unless there has seemed to be some particular justification for their inclusion — a few histories written by Continental authors, for example, have been noted since they may help to reveal the attitude toward Gray adopted by European critics. Anthologies of English literature have also been excluded unless they were of a specialized nature. Certain works which contained merely one passing reference to Gray have been omitted, and book reviews are included only if they mention Gray. Otherwise, the accumulation of material would have obscured the more important publications.
    Whenever possible, the books and articles themselves have been consulted to insure greater accuracy, but unfortunately a few have not been available for examination.
    Since many publications discuss more than one of Gray's literary or scholarly productions, the critical sections for the individual works frequently do not represent all the comment on the particular work in which the reader may be interested. Much additional information may be found in the section entitled 'General Criticism.' To locate this the reader should consult the index entry for the poem or essay with which he is concerned. As a further aid, the index will occasionally refer the reader to critical articles which mention or discuss one of Gray's works that it has not seemed necessary to list in the description of the article given in the text of the bibliography.
    The more detailed or more important treatments of Gray are in most instances indicated by an asterisk. When the title does not give some inkling of the nature of the material involved, a brief descriptive note has usually been added to the entry.
    In general, page numbers have been noted only if the book referred to does not have an index. For the longer periodical articles and the essays collected in book form the numbers of only the pages containing Gray material are given. The customary noting of the first and last pages of articles is therefore abandoned unless the article is largely or entirely concerned with Gray.
    I must also express my gratitude to many friends and colleagues who have aided me in this compilation. I am particularly indebted to my wife, who not only has done much of the exacting clerical work but also has typed the final copy of the manuscript, and to the late Professor Northup, who has very kindly




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sent me many notes which he had accumulated over a period of several years and has most generously furnished me with advice and information throughout the entire course of this project.
    Professors Ames Johnston and Joseph Meredith of Temple University have helped me in the checking of the foreign language entries (Professor Meredith has also proofread the final draft); and I have been assisted by Dr. Hughbert Hamilton, Dr. John P. Emery, Mr. Joseph Whitt, Dr. James D. Powell, Dr. William W. Langebartel, Professor Milton A. Buchanan, Dr. A. T. Hazen, Dr. T. C. Duncan Eaves, Sir Eugen Millington-Drake, Mr. Philip Gaskell, Miss Eleanor Tilton, Professor Miriam R. Small, Mrs. Josephine S. Couper, Dr. Rafael H. Valle, Señor Guillermo R. Hall, Mr. Carl Anderson, Miss Eleanor Campion and staff of the Philadelphia Bibliographical Center and Union Library Catalogue, and by the staffs of the libraries noted in my list of abbreviations, especially Mr. Walter Hausdorfer, Mr. Elkan Buchhalter, and Miss Carolyn Bliss of Temple University Library and Señores Eduardo Ponce de León and Tomás Magallón of the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid. Finally, much of my work has been made possible by a grant from the Temple University Research Fund.
October, 1952

ABBREVIATIONS

I. LIBRARIES

(It should not be assumed that the library designated in an entry is the only library which owns a copy of the publication.)

AAS, the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester. Mass.
BA, the Library of the Boston Athenaeum.
BM, the British Museum.
BN, la Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
BNc, la Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid.
BNF, la Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence.
BPL, the Boston Public Library.
BrM, the Bryn Mawr College Library, Pa.
CaU, the Cambridge University Library.
CbC, the Colby College Library, Waterville, Me.
CHS, the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford.
ClPL, the Cleveland Public Library, Ohio.
ColU, the Columbia University Library, New York.
CSB, the California State Library, Sutro Branch.
EPFL, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Md.
F, the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D. C.
FLP, the Free Library of Philadelphia.
HC, the Haverford College Library, Pa.
HL, the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif.
HS, the Hispanic Society, New York.
HU, the Harvard University Library, Cambridge, Mass.
ISCAM, the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts Library, Ames.
LC, the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
LCp, the Library Company, Philadelphia.
LfC, the Lafayette College Library, Easton, Pa.
M, the Mercantile Library, Philadelphia, (merged with FLP)
NJSL, the New Jersey State Library, Trenton.
NL, the Newberry Library, Chicago.
NYP, the New York Public Library.
OU, the Ohio State University Library, Columbus.





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PAU, the Pan-American Union Library, Washington, D. C.
PU, the Princeton University Library, N. J.
RUL, the Rutgers University Library, New Brunswick, N. J.
SC, the Swarthmore College Library, Pa.
TU, the Temple University Library, Philadelphia.
UC, Universitetsbiblioteket, University of Copenhagen.
UCl, the University of California Library, Berkeley.
UG, the University of Granada Library, Spain.
UI, the University of Illinois Library, Urbana.
UM, the University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor.
UNC, the University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill.
UP, the University of Pennsylvania Library, Philadelphia.
UT, the University of Toronto Library, Ont.
V, the Vassar College Library, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
YU, the Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn.

II. TITLES OF PERIODICALS

AHR, American Historical Review
AJP, American Journal of Philology
BNYPL, Bulletin of the New York Public Library
CE, College English
CJ, Classical Journal
CL, Comparative Literature
CP, Classical Philology
CW, Classical Weekly
EHR, English Historical Review
EJ, English Journal
ES, English Studies
ESt, Englische Studien
Expl, Explicator
HLQ, Huntington Library Quarterly
JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic Philology
JRUL, Journal of the Rutgers University Library
LM, London Mercury
MLN, Modern Language Notes
MLQ, Modern Language Quarterly
MLR, Modern Language Review
MP, Modern Philology
N&Q, Notes and Queries
NMQR, New Mexico Quarterly Review
PESA, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
PQ, Philological Quarterly
RAA, Revue anglo-américaine
RELV, Revue de l'enseignement des langues vivantes
RES, Review of English Studies
RG, Revue germanique
RLC, Revue de littérature comparée
RR, Romanic Review
RSH, Revue de synthèse historique
SAQ, South Atlantic Quarterly
SP, Studies in Philology
SR, Sewanee Review
SRL, Saturday Review of Literature
TLS, [London] Times Literary Supplement
UTQ, University of Toronto Quarterly
VQR, Virginia Quarterly Review
YR, Yale Review
YWES, Year's Work in English Studies




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CONTENTS

    (EpCl=Epitaph on Mrs. Jane Clarke, EpWms=Epitaph on Sir William Williams, Stanza=Epitaph on Mrs. Mason, Owen=The Triumphs of Owen, Lines on Robt Smiths=What's the Reason Old Fobus [Focus] Has Cut Down Yon Tree? T. & W. no.=the number of a letter in the Toynbee and Whibley edition, #431. The other abbreviations employed are added in parentheses.)

PAGE
PREFACE[vii]
SECTION 1.Bibliographies and Bibliographical Articles1
SECTION 2.Complete Works, and Selections from both the Prose and the Poetry3
SECTION 3.Poetical Works5
SECTION 4.Selections from the Poetical Works6
SECTION 5.Selections from the Prose Works11
SECTION 6.Translations of Select Works11
SECTION 7.Individual Works and Translations12
Ad C. Favonium Aristium (Arist)12
Ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum (Zeph)12
Agrippina12
Alcaic Fragment13
Alcaic Ode (AlO)13
The Alliance of Education and Government (Ed)14
Amatory Lines15
Barbaras aedes aditure mecum, see Ad C. Fav. Aristium.[12]
The Bard (Bard)15
Cambri18
The Candidate (Cand)19
Carmen ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum, see Ad C. Fav. Zephyrinum.[12]
Commonplace Books19
Cookery Notes19
Couplet about Birds20
Dante, Canto 33, dell'Inferno20
De Principiis Cogitandi (Cog)20
The Death of Hoel (Hoel)20
The Descent of Odin (Odin)21
Dum Nox rorantes. . ., see Luna Hab.[62]
Elegiac Verses Occasioned by the Sight of the Plains Where the Battle of Trebia Was Fought, see Elegiacs.[21]
Elegiacs21
An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (El)21
The Enquiry, see Amatory Lines.[15]
Epitaphs on Robert Antrobus and Jonathan Rogers53
Epitaph on His Mother53
Egregium accipio. . ., see Sophonisba to Masinissa.[74]
A Farewell to Florence (FF)54
The Fatal Sisters (FS)54
Fragment of a Latin Poem on the Gaurus54
Generic Characters of the Orders of Insects55
Horridos tractus. . ., see Sapphics.[72]
Hymn to Adversity (Adv)55
Hymn to Ignorance (Ign)56
Impromptu, Suggested by a View, in 1766, of the Seat and Ruins of a Deceased Nobleman, at Kingsgate, Kent (Impr)56
Jemmy Twitcher, or The Cambridge Courtship, see The Candidate.[19]




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Journal in the Lakes56
Journal for 175457
Latin Lines to Mr. West from Genoa, see Sapphics.[72]
Letters57
Lines Spoken by the Ghost of John Dennis at the Devil Tavern62
A Long Story (LSt)62
Luna Habitabilis (Luna)62
Marginalia63
Mater rosarum, see Ad C. Fav. Zephyrinum.[12]
Nec procul infelix. . ., see Frag. of Lat. Poem on the Gaurus.[54]
Noon-tide: an Ode, see Ode on the Spring.[69]
Notes on Amadis de Gaul63
Notes on Sophocles Ajax and Electra64
Notes on Churchill64
Notebooks64
O lacrymarum fons. . ., see Alcaic Frag.[13]
Ode Attributed to Gray64
Ode for Music, see Ode Performed in the Senate-House, etc.[70]
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (Eton)64
Ode on Adversity, see Hymn to Adversity.[55]
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes (Cat)66
Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (Vic)68
Ode on the Spring (Spr)69
Ode Performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge, July 1, 1769 (Music)70
Oh Faesulae amoena. . ., see A Farewell to Florence.54
Oh Tu severi Religio loci. . ., see Alcaic Ode.[13]
Play Exercise at Eton70
The Progress of Poesy (PP)70
Propertius, Lib. III. 5. v. Eleg. 19 (Prop III)72
Propertius, Lib. II. Eleg. 1 (Prop II)72
Proposal as to the Professorship of Modern History72
Qua Trebie glaucas. . ., see Elegiacs.[21]
Sapphic Ode, see Ad C. Fav. Aristium.[12]
Sapphics72
Shakespeare Verses (Shak)72
Sketch of His Own Character (Sketch)73
Song73
Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West (Sonnet)73
Sophonisba to Masinissa (Soph)74
Stanzas to Mr. Richard Bentley74
Tasso, Gerus. Lib. Cant. XIV. St. 3274
Thyrsis, see Song.[73]
Tophet74
The Vegtam's Kivitha, see The Descent of Odin.[21]
Unde Animus scire incipiat. . ., see De Principiis Cogitandi.[20]
When beauty, with pleasure surrounded. . ., see Amatory Lines.[15]
William Shakespeare to Mrs. Anne. . ., see Shakespeare Verses.[72]
SECTION 8.General Criticism74
APPENDIX.Undated Editions134
INDEX135




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1. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLES

1904. In Granger's index to poetry and recitations. . . Chicago: McClurg, 1904, 1918, 1929, 1940.
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1910. Clark S. Northup. "On some editions of Gray's poems." In ESt, XLIII (1910), 149-58.
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Comment by Stokes (#158, p. 56) on reading of El, l. 36.

1917. Clark S. Northup. In his A bibliography of Thomas Gray. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1917. (Cornell Studies in English, I)
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For descriptions and occasional correction of his entries N51-58, 178, 179, 182, 492-516 see Stokes (#158, pp. 27-61). See also Buchanan, #272, and N. Y. Post, #268.
Rev. N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., May 27, 1917, p. 208; Athenaeum, Feb.. 1918, p. 103; *R. Crane. PBSA, XII (1918), 58-62; *Nation, CVI (Feb. 21, 1918), 214-15; *P. Toynbee, MLR, XIII (1918), 343-45.

1919-20. Lawrence M. Price. In his English>German literary influences: bibliography and survey. Berkeley: Calif., 1919-20. (Univ. of Calif. Publications in Modern Phil., IX)
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1922. Tho. J. Wise. In his The Ashley Library: a catalogue of printed books collected by Thomas James Wise. London: Printed for private circulation only, 1922, II, x-xi, 159-61.
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Also contains fac. of Cand and of t-p of Eton, 1747; El, 1751; and Odes, 1757.

1927. Arturo Farinelli. In his Il romanticismo nel mondo latino. Torino: Bocca, 1927, III.
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Chas J. Sawyer and F. J. Harvey Darton. In their English books, 1475-1900. Westminster, Eng.: Chas J. Sawyer; New York: Dutton, 1927, 2v.
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Also contains fac. of t-p of Eton, 1747; El, 1751; Odes, 1757.

1931. Minnie Earl Sears and Marian Shaw, eds. In their Essay and general literature index, Part I, January, 1931; and index to 6350 essays and articles in 284 volumes of collections of essays and miscellaneous works. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1931.
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Supplements 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1949.

1932. Ronald S. Crane, ed. In his A collection of English poems 1660-1800, pp. 1132-33.
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See #64.
Rev. TLS, Mar. 16, 1933, p. 185.

1933. In The Britwell handlist, or short-title catalogue of the principal volumes from the time of Caxton to the year 1800, formerly in the library of Britwell Court, Buckinghamshire. London: Quaritch, 1933, I, 436.
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Rintaro Fukuhara. In his Bibliographical study of Thomas Gray. Tokyo, 1933.
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A monograph in Japanese which I have not been able to find.

Jas. W. Tupper, ed. In his English poems from Dryden to Blake, p. 506.
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See #65.

1934. Mary Bell Price and Lawrence Marsden Price. In their The publication of English literature in Germany in the eighteenth century. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif., 1934. (Univ. of Calif. Publications in Modern Phil., XVII)
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Iolo A. Williams. In his Points in eighteenth-century verse: a bibliographer's and collector's scrapbook. London: Constable, 1934, pp. 74-75, 123.
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1935. Frederic Ewen. In his Bibliography of eighteenth century English literature. New York: Columbia Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1935, p. 16.
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1939. Jas E. Tobin. In his Eighteenth century English literature and its cultural background: a bibliography. New York: Fordham Univ. Press, 1939, pp. 116-18.
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1941. F[redk] K. Bateson, ed. In his The Cambridge bibliography of English literature. Vol.II, 1660-1800. New York: Macmillan; Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1941, pp. 333-35.
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1946. Sigmund Skard. "The use of color in literature: a survey of research." In Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, XC (1946), 163-249.
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1948. Geo. [Warren] Arms and Joseph M. Kuntz. In their A check list of poetry explications, 1925-1947. Albuquerque, N. Mex.: Privately printed, 1948, pp. 16-17.
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Bibl. of explications of El and Cat.
Reprinted with additional material as Poetry explication: a checklist of interpretation since 1925 of British and American poems, past and present. [New York:] Swallow Press and Wm Morrow, 1950, p. 79.   LC

Chas Alfred Rochedieu. In his Bibliography of French translations of English works 1700-1800. Intro. by Donald Bond. Chicago: Univ. Press, 1948, pp. 129-30.
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Limited to translations that have appeared in book form.

1949. Fred A. Dudley, Norbert Fuerst, Francis R. Johnson, Hyatt H. Waggoner, eds. In their The relations of literature and science: a selected bibliography 1930-1940. Pullman, Wash.: Published for 'General Topics VII' . . . of the MLA . . . by the Dept. of English of the State College of Washington, 1949, Entry 103.
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1951. [Eleanor Este Campion, ed.] In her Philadelphia bibliographical center and union library catalogue. Union




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list of microfilms. Ann Arbor, Mich.: J. W. Edwards, 1951, p. 715.
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Stanley Pargellis and D. J. Medley, eds. In their Bibliography of British history: the eighteenth century, 1714-1789. . . . Amer. Hist. Assoc. and Royal Hist. Soc of Great Britain. Oxford: Clarendon, 1951.
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Herbert W. Starr. "Spanish translations of Gray's 'Elegy . . .'" In N&Q, May 12, 1951, pp. 206-09.
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(For further bibliographical information see also #126, 127, 158, 158a, 161, 259, 283, 303, 313, 329b, 333, 362, 367, 368, 372, 412[], 487, 492, 511, 511a, 512, 704, 728, 736, 854, 859, 908, 924, 940, 980, 983, 1017, 1020, 1032, 1075, 1083, 1113, 1161, 1186, 1196, 1203.)

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 . . .
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The half-title (or, more correctly, the fly-title) follows the t-p in many copies: those of E. G. B. and Paget Toynbee (See #854), Bryn Mawr College, HU (2 copies). It precedes the t-p in the copies owned by YU (2) and UP.
For 'Frontispiece portrait and one plate' in N read 'Frontispiece portrait.' There does not seem to have been any plate other than the portrait in the original edition. In none of the copies mentioned above and also in neither of those owned by BPL and BM was there originally another plate. See also Gaskell, #1203.
Rev. with account of Gray and his work in Critical Rev., XXXIX (May, 1775), 378-88; (June), 460-68.

1816. The works of Thomas Gray . . . a life of the author . . . by the Rev. John Mitford . . .
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Publication noted in Monthly Magazine, XLI (May 1, 1816), 347.

1905. Al[exandre]. Beljame and Emile Legouis, eds. Morceaux choisis de littérature anglaise, à l'usage des classes supérieures. Paris: Hachette, 1905.
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Second ed. 1907.
El, pp. 195-99. Selec. from T. & W. nos. 62, 332, pp. 200-01. Selec. from Journal in the Lakes, pp. 201-02. See also p. xxx.

1926. Gray, poetry & prose. With essays by Johnson, Goldsmith and others. With an introduction and notes by J[ohn Ernest]. Crofts. Oxford: Clarendon, 1926.
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Frontispiece portr. by Eckhardt.
Intro, pp. [v]-x. Chronology, pp. [xi]-xii. Johnson's Life of Gray, pp. [1]-13. Goldsmith's rev. of Pindaric odes (Monthly Rev., Sept. 1757), pp. 14-15. Beattie on Bard, (From Essay on poetry and music, 1776), pp. 16-17. Cowper (Letter to Joseph Hill, Apr. 1777), p. 17. Wordsworth (From Preface to Lyr. bal.), pp. 18-19. Wordsworth (From 3d essay Upon epitaphs, written for The Friend, 1810, publ. 1876), pp. 19-21. Coleridge (Biog. lit. ch. 18), pp. 22-24. Hazlitt (From Lectures on the Eng. poets, 1818), pp. 24-25. Campbell (From Specimens of the Brit. poets, 1819), pp. 26-29. Spr, pp. 32-33. Cat, pp. 34-35. Eton, pp. 35-38. Adv, 39-40. PP, pp. 41-46. Bard, pp. 47-53. FS, pp. 54-56. Odin, pp. 57-60. Owen, pp. 60-61. El, pp. 62-66. Vic, pp. 66-68. Sketch, p. 68. 46 letters, pp. 69-152. Journal (to Wharton), 1769, pp. 152-56. Notes on Johnson, Beattie, Cowper, pp. 157-58. Notes on poems, pp. 159-67. Notes on letters, pp. 168-76.
Noted TLS, June 3, 1926, p. 379. Rev. N&Q, July 24, 1926, p. 72; H. Schöffler, Beibl., XXXVIII (Mar. 1927), 68-71; F. Wood, ESt, LXVI (1931), 277.




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1929. Ernest Bernbaum, ed. Anthology of romanticism: selections from the pre-romantic movement. New York: Nelson, 1929, II.
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Adv, pp. 151-52. El, pp. 152-57. PP, pp. 157-61. Bard, pp. 162-67. Odin, pp. 213-16. Owen, pp. 216-17. Caradoc, p. 217. Conan, p. 218. Death of Hoel, pp. 218-19. FS, pp. 219-21. Selections from letters (T. & W. nos. 310, 313, 315, 317-319*, 415.
Reprinted 1930, 1933, 1948, 1948 ed. (Ronald press) reprints only Adv (p. 42), El (pp. 42-45), PP, (pp. 45-46), Bard (pp. 47-48), Odin (pp. 50-51), FS (pp. 51-52) and omits T. & W. no. 415.

Geo. Benj. Woods, ed. English poetry and prose of the romantic movement. New York: Scott, Foresman, 1929.
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Spr, p. 57. Eton, pp. 57-58. Adv, pp. 58-59. El, pp. 59-61. PP, pp. 61-63. Bard, pp. 63-65. Vic, pp. 65-66. Sonq (Thyrsis), p. 66. FS, pp. 66-67. Odin, pp. 67-68. Owen, p. 68. Death of Hoel, p. 68. Caradoc, p. 68. Conan, p. 68. Journal in France p. 69. Letters (T. & W. nos. 71, 74, 310, 313, 315, 317, 415), pp. 69-73. Selec. from Journal in the Lakes, pp. 73-75.

1934. Odell Shepard and Paul S. Wood, eds. English prose and poetry, 1660-1800. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1934.
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Sonnet, p. 516. Eton, pp. 517-18. El, pp. 518-20. Adv, pp. 520-21. PP, pp. 521-23. Bard, pp. 523-25. FS, pp. 525-26. Vic, pp. 526. Letters (T. & W. nos. 33, 58*, 103, 157, 247, 276), pp. 527-530.

1935. Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley, eds. The correspondence of Thomas Gray.
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See #431. See the following numbered letters: 125, 142, 144 (Spr); 135 (Cat); 161 (Adv); 156 (El); 154* (LSt); 194 (PP); 204, 205, 205A, 222, 238, 239 (Bard); 4 (Lines By Dennis); 26 (Lines written at Burnham); 102, 103, 105, 131 (Agrippina); 144 (Tophet [Etough]); 146 (Ed); 271 (Epitaph on child); 276 (Sketch); 407 (Shakespeare verses); 461 (Invitation to Mason); 453 (Parody on Epitaph); 131 (Cog); 110 (Sophonisba to Masinissa); 75 (Sapphics); 53 (Alcaic Frag); 78 (Elegiacs); 87, 94 (Zeph); 94 (Frag Lat Poem on Gaurus); 97 (Farewell to Florence); 110 (Inscrip. for a wood); Translations: 22, 22* 23 (Statius); 105, 106, 107 (Propertius), 97 (Buondelmonti); Notebooks on travels (See T. & W., III, 1318); Pocket-diaries (Ibid.).

1937. W[m]. T[om]. Williams and G[eo]. H[en]. Vallins, eds. Gray, Collins and their circle. London: Methuen, [1937].
F, LC   (25b  
Spr, pp. 19-20. Eton, pp. 20-23. Adv, pp. 23-25. Sonnet, p. 25. Cat, pp. 25-27. LSt, pp. 27-31. El, pp. 32-36. PP, pp. 36-40. Bard, pp. 40-44. Vic, pp. 44-46. Odin, pp. 46-49. Letters (T. & W. nos. 73, 79, 103, 134, 151, 153, 157, 158, 183, 259, 296, 308, 323, 422, 436, 481), pp. 78-100. Journal in the Lakes, pp. 101-13. Intro. to Gray, pp. 1-6. Extracts from Johnson's Lives, pp. 131-40. Notes on the poems, pp. 141-62. Notes on the Letters, pp. 171-75. Notes on the Journal, pp. 175-76.

1939. Louis I. Bredvold, Alan D. McKillop, Lois Whitney, eds. Eighteenth century poetry & prose. New York: Ronald Press, 1939.
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Sonnet, p. 590. Eton, pp. 591-92. Adv, p. 592. El, pp. 592-95. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 595-96. PP, pp. 596-99. Bard, pp. 599-602. FS, pp. 602-03. Odin, pp. 603-04. Letters (T. & W. nos. 26, 33, 59, 71, 74, 86, 88, 103, 157, 247, 276, 303, 313), pp. 604-17.

1940. John C. Mendenhall, ed. English literature, 1650-1800. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1940.
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Eton, pp. 788-89. El, pp. 789-91. PP, pp. 791-92. Letters (T. & W. nos. 26, 64, 204, 482, 422, 506, 508*), pp. 793-97.




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1947. Wylie Sypher, ed. Enlightened England: an anthology of eighteenth century literature. New York: Norton, 1947.
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Eton, pp. 599-602. Sonnet, p. 602. Spr, pp. 603-04. Cat, pp. 604-05. El, pp. 605-09. Adv, pp. 609-10. Vic, pp. 611-12. PP, pp. 613-16. Bard, pp. 616-21. FS, pp. 621-23. Letters (T. & W. nos. 1, 33, 40, 62, 64, 73, 74, 86, 103, 110, 173, 303, 313, 415, 471), pp. 624-45. Journal (Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 1769). pp. 645-49.

1948. Huntington Cairns, ed. Limits of art: poetry and prose chosen by ancient and modern critics. New York: Pantheon Books, 1948. (Bollingen Series, XII)
(29  
El, pp. 925-29, with comment by F. T. Palgrave (Children's Treas. Eng. Song, 1875). PP, praised p. 833; ll. 113-17 quoted with comment by Tennyson (Hallam Tennyson. A., L. T., a memoir, 1897), p. 929. Letter (T. & W. no. 103) with comment by Arnold (Essays in crit. 2d ser., 1888), pp. 930-31.

3. POETICAL WORKS

1768. Poems / by / Mr Gray. / [Vignette on copper.] / Dublin: Printed by William Sleator / in Castle-Street./ 1768.
(30-N54  
For 'Sleator' in N read 'Sleater.' See Stokes, #158, p. 57.

1797. The selector; being the whole of the poetical works of Goldsmith and Gray, Somerville Chase, and Falconer's Shipwreck. 24 mo. 2s. sewed, or separately, 6d. each. Wills, Symonds, &c.
(30a-N80a  
Noted as above in 'A correct list of new publications [in August]' in The Monthly Magazine, IV (Sept., 1797), 222. I have not been able to find The selector, 1797, but it appears to be an earlier ed. of N92 and N104.

1799. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. . . London: J. Scatcherd, 1799.
(31-N84  
Publication noted in Monthly Mirror, VIII (Sept., 1799), 156-57. See #96a.

1800. The poems of Gray . . . London: . . . T. Bensley . . . Du Roveray . . . Wright . . . Hurst . . . 1800.
(32-N86  
The plates are by Hamilton and Fuseli. Publication noted in Monthly Magazine, IX, Pt. I (May 1, 1800), 381.

1891-1902? The poetical works / of / Thomas Gray/ English and Latin / edited with an introduction / life and notes / by John Bradshaw, M. A., LL.D./ editor of Milton's poetical works / A. L. Burt Company, Publishers.
ISCAM   (33-N170, 172-3  
Frontis. port. pp. [vi], 454, No place of publ., no date. 'The Home Library' on spine. Apparently a reprint of N170, 172-3, but without H. W. Mabie's introduction.

1905. For N's No. 175 read: The poems / of / Johnson, Goldsmith, Gray, and Collins / edited / with an introduction and notes / by / Colonel T. Methuen Ward / [Publisher's emblem.] / London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited / New York: E. P. Dutton & Co
(34-N175  
[1905.] Sm. 8vo, pp. x, Introduction pp. [i]-xlix, 358. The rest as in N.




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1912. For N's No. 176a read: The poems / of / Johnson, Goldsmith, / Gray, and Collins / edited / with an introduction and notes / by / Colonel T. Methuen Ward / [Publisher's emblem.] / London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited / New York: E. P. Dutton & Co
(35-N176a  
[1912.] 16mo, pp. x, Introduction [i]-xlix, 358. The rest as in N.

1931. John 0[wen]. Beaty and John W. Bowyer, eds. Famous editions of English poets. New York: Rich. R. Smith, Inc., 1931.
(36  
Reprints Gray's poems from Dodsley ed. of 1768 (N52): Spr, pp. 257-58. Cat, pp. 261-62. Eton, pp. 265-67. Adv, pp. 271-72. PP, pp. 275-79. Bard, pp. 283-88. FS, pp. 293-94. Odin, pp. 297-99. Owen, pp. 303-04. El, pp. 307-10. On pp. [250], [253] fac. of El, ll. 1-12, photo. of T. & W. letter #246. Benj. Wilson portr., fac. of t-p of N52.

4. SELECTIONS FROM THE POETICAL WORKS

1757. Odes by Mr. Gray . . . Strawberry-Hill, . . . Dodsley . . . MDCCLVII.
(37-N180  
Rev. in Literary Magazine, or Universal Review, II, No. xviii (Sept. 15-Oct. 15, Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1757), 422-26, 466-68. (Attributed by Jones, #877, to Mason; and to Arthur Murphy by Emery #1125, p. 35, who tells me that 'Murphy's style is apparent throughout' in the use of terms of painting and in the reference to 'the mere English reader.' See pp. 466-67.)

Odes by Mr. Gray. Dublin: Printed for G. Faulkner and J. Rudd, 1757. 16pp.
(38-N180a  
I have not seen this. The copy formerly at Harvard has disappeared.

1759. Love-Elegies. By Mr. Hammond. Written in the year 1732. With a preface by the Earl of Chesterfield. Virginibus puerisque canto. Edinburgh: Printed by W. Ruddiman junior and Company. M. DCC. LIX.
(39-N181a  
El, pp. 31-35. Adv, pp. 35-36.
Part of a composite vol. entitled A select collection of modern poems from the best authors. . . Edinburgh. . . A. Donaldson. . . MDCCLVIIII [sic]. See Stokes, #158, pp. 47-48.

1859. Odes and sonnets. Illustrated By Birket Foster; the ornamental designs by J. Sliegh. London: Routledge, 1859.
BM   (40-N226a  
I have not seen this edition.
Odes and sonnets. Illustrated by Birket Foster; the ornamental designs by John Slieqh. Enqraved and printed by the brothers Dalziel. Boston: Roberts, 1866.   LC
Vic, ll. 1-4, p. 54. Spr, p. 76.

1864. John W. S. Hows, ed. Golden leaves from the British poets. New York: Hurst & Co., n. d.
(41-N228a  
[1864.] Preface dated June 22, 1864.
El, pp. 100-05 (rejected stanzas, pp. 103n, 104n). Adv, pp. 105-106.

1876. Hen. W. Longfellow, ed. Poems of places. Boston & New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1876-1879. 31v.
(42-N251a  
Eton, I, 237-40. El, III, 172-77. LSt, III, 177-83. PP, ll. 83-94, III, 191. Owen, IV, 157-59. Bard, IV, 197-202.




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1882. [K. A. S.] Home pictures of English poets for fireside and school-room. New York: D. Appleton, 1882, pp. [178]-91.
(43-N258b  
Preface dated Sept. 10, 1868.
Short biog. with portr., p. [178], picture of his house at Stoke, p. 191. Eton, pp. 182-84. Cat, pp. 185-86. El, ll. 1-36, pp. 186-87. Epitaph on his mother, p. 188.

1885. J. T. Ashby, ed. Choice poems and lyrics for study and delight. London: Relfe, n. d. 2d ed.
(44-N263a  
[1885.] Vic, ll. 1-16, p. 57. Spr, pp. 59-61.

1895. [Horace Elisha Scudder, ed.] Masterpieces of British literature. . . with biographical sketches, notes, and portraits. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin (Riverside Press), 1895.
(45-N277a  
Portr. facing p. [348]. Biog. sketch pp. [348]-353. Note to El pp. [354]-355. El, pp. [356]-363 (rejected stanzas, pp. 359n-61n, 362n). Eton, pp. [363]-366.

1897. Geo. Parsons Lathrop (N1877). Reprinted in John W. Cunliffe and others, eds. Columbia University course in literature, based on the world's best literature. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1928, XII.
(46-N1877  
Biog. with selections. El, pp. 333-37. Spr, pp. 337-38. Eton, pp. 338-41. Bard, pp. 341-44.

1898. Gray's English poems. . . edited. . . by D. C. Tovey. Cambridge: University Press. 1898.
(47-N284  
Reprinted 1922.

John Clark Ridpath, ed. The Ridpath library of universal literature. . . New York: Globe, 1898, XI, [no page nos.]
(48-N287'  
Portr., biog., El (1 illus.). Eton, PP. ll. 83-106., Adv.

1909. Elegy. . . Edited . . . by J. H. Castleman. . .
(48a-N315  
Revised ed. by Harold Moffett, illus. by Jas Scott. New York: Macmillan, [c. 1930].

1910. R[obt]. M[aynard]. Leonard, ed. A book of light verse. London: Henry Frowde, Oxford, 1910.
(49-N326c  
LSt, pp. 124-27. Cat, pp. 244-45.

1911. Gray and his poetry. By S. E. Wimbolt. London: Harrap, 1911.
(49a-N329  
In most bibliographies and catalogues attributed to Wm Hen. Hudson, general editor of the Poetry and Life Series. Hudson's name is signed to the pref., p. 7. The source of the attribution to Wimbolt I have not been able to discover.

1917. Thomas Gray. Selected poems, edited by Edmund Gosse with supplementary notes for the use of schools by Foster Watson, M. A. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1917.
(50  
Text based on Gosse's ed. (N41) and biog. on Gosse's biog. (N1799).
Spr, pp. 29-30. Cat, pp. 31-32. Eton, pp. 32-36. Adv, pp. 36-37. PP, pp. 38-42. Bard, pp. 42-47. FS, pp. 48-51. Odin, pp. 51-54. Owen, pp. 54-55. El, pp. 56-60. LSt, pp. 61-66. Music, pp. 66-70. Sonnet, p. 70. Ign, pp. 71-72. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 72-73. Vic, pp. 73-75. EpCl, p. 76. Ep on child, p. 76. Sketch, p. 77. EpWms, p. 77. Death of Hoel, p. 78. Caradoc, p. 79. Conan, p. 79. Impr,




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p. 80. Amatory lines, p. 81. Song, p. 81. From Propertius, pp. 82-85. From Dante, pp. 85-88. Notes, pp. 92-132. Supplementary notes, pp. 133-56.

1917. The poetical works of Gray and Collins. Edited by Austin Lane Poole. London: Oxford, Humphrey Milford (Oxford ed.), 1917.
(51-2  
See #67.
Frontispiece portr. from monument in Westminster Abbey. Contents, pp. [6]-7. 'Chief editions' (a bibliog.), pp. 8-10. 'The chief manuscripts,' p. 11. Chronolog. table of Gray's life, pp. [12]-14. Fac. t-p of Dodsley Poems (N52), p. [15]. Spr, pp. 17-21. Cat, pp. 23-27. Eton, pp. 29-35. Adv, pp. 37-41. PP, pp. 43-52. Bard, pp. 53-64. FS, pp. 65-72. Odin, pp. 73-79. Owen, pp. 81-85. El, pp. 87-97 (Photo. of Pembroke MS. of El, ll. 73-116 between pp. 90-91). Fac. t-p of Bentley's Designs (N178), p. 99. LSt, pp. 101-08. Cand, pp. 109-10. Music, pp. 111-16. Agrippina, pp. 119-29. Sonnet, p. 130. Ign, pp. 131-32. Ed, pp. 133-39. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 140-41. Vic, pp. 142-45. EpCl, p. 146. Ep on Child, p. 147. Sketch, p. 148. EpWms, p. 149. Death of Hoel, pp. 150-51. Caradoc, p. 152. Conan, p. 152. Shakespeare verses, pp. 153-54. Amatory lines, p. 155. Song (Thyrsis), p. 156. Stanza (Ep on Mrs. Mason), p. 157. Satire upon Heads, pp. 158-59. Tophet, p. 160 (Photo. of Tophet MS. with Mason's sketch of Etough between pp. 160-61). Comic lines, p. 161. Couplet about birds, p. 161. Impr, pp. 162-63. Parody on ep, p. 163. Extempore, p. 164. Impromptus on Keene, Vane, etc., p. 164. Lines on Robt Smith, p. 165. Transl. of Statius, pp. 165-66. Lines by ghost of Dennis, pp. 166-68. Notes, pp. 169-80. Appendix I. Eton MS. of El, pp. [181]-87. Appendix II, 'Gray's removal from Peterhouse to Pembroke Hall,' pp. [188]-92.
Rev. TLS, May 17, 1918, p. 231; Athenaeum, June, 1918, p. 284; Contemporary Rev., CXIII (1918), 709-11; P. Toynbee, MLR, XIV (1919), 117-18.

1918. Ernest Bernbaum, ed. English poets of the eighteenth century. . . New York: Scribner's, 1918.
(53  
Comment in intro., pp. xxviii, xxix-xxx. Eton, pp. 178-81. Adv, pp. 181-82. El, pp. 183-86. PP, pp. 187-90. Bard, pp. 190-94. FS, pp. 194-96. Vic, pp. 196-98.

1919. Rich. Foster Jones, ed. Eighteenth century literature. New York: Nelson, 1919. (Nelson's English Readings, IV)
(54  
Reprinted 1929. Contains comment, pp. 210-11. Eton, pp. 211-14. El, pp. 214-18. PP, pp. 218-23. Odin, pp. 223-26. FS, pp. 227-29. Notes, pp. 405-08.

1922. Joseph A. Slattery, ed. Selected lyrics from Gray and his contemporaries. Chicago: Loyola Univ. Press, 1922.
(55  
Biog., pp. 11-13. Spr, pp. 14-15. Vic, pp. 15-16. Eton, pp. 16-19. Cat, pp. 19-20. El, pp. 21-25. Bard, pp. 25-29. Adv, pp. 29-30. Notes, pp. 54-70.

1923. Iolo A. Williams, ed. The shorter poems of the eighteenth century: an anthology with an introduction. London: Heinemann, 1923.
(56  
Spr, pp. 295-96. Cat, pp. 296-97. Eton, pp. 298-300. Sonnet, p. 301. El, pp. 301-05.
Rev. J. Hoops. ESt. LVIII (1924), 259-62; TLS, Jan. 17, 1924, 29-30.

1926. Kathleen W. Campbell, ed. Poems on several occasions written in the eighteenth century. Oxford: Blackwell, 1926. (Percy Reprints, IX)
(57  
Sonnet, pp. 97-98. Cat, pp. 111-12. Vic, pp. 155-56.

David Nichol Smith, ed. The Oxford book of eighteenth century verse. Oxford: Clarendon; London: Milford, 1926.
(58  




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Eton, pp. 366-69. Adv, pp. 369-71. Sonnet, p. 371. Cat, pp. 372-73. El, pp. 373-78. PP, pp. 378-82. Bard, pp. 383-88. Vic, pp. 388-90.

1928. Elegy written in a country churchyard and other poems by Thomas Gray with [ten] illustrations by Clarke Hutton. London:  John Lane, the Bodley Head, Ltd. (Helicon Series, XII)
HU   (59  
[1928.] Printed by R. & R. Clark, Ltd, Edinburgh
El, pp. 1-23. Eton, pp. 25-38. Cat, pp. 39-46.
Noted in 'Reprints,' TLS, Sept. 6, 1928, p. 635.

Poems by Thomas Gray. London: [Privately printed for Eton College in the Riccardi Press fount of the Medici Society], MCMXXVIII.
SC   (60  
Spr, pp. 3-4. Cat, pp. 5-6. Eton, pp. 7-10. Adv, pp. 11-12. PP, pp. 13-17. Bard, pp. 18-22. Music, pp. 23-26. FS, pp. 27-29. Odin, pp. 30-33. Owen, pp. 34-35. Death of Hoel, pp. 36-37. Sonnet, p. 38. EpCl, p. 39. EpWms, p. 40. El, pp. 41-45. LSt, pp. 46-51. Vic, pp. 52-54. Ign, pp. 55-56. Ed, pp. 57-60. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 61-62. Sketch, p. 63. Amatory lines, p. 64. Song, p. 65. Impr, p. 66. Agrippina, pp. 67-73. Statius, pp. 77-79. Propertius, Lib. III, pp. 80-81. Tasso, pp. 82-84. Propertius, Lib. II, pp. 85-87.

1929. Joseph P. Blickensderfer, ed. The eighteenth century. New York: Scribner's, 1929. (In James Dow McCallum, ed. English literature, 6v.)
(61  
Comment, pp. xviii-xix. Eton, pp. 318-21. Adv, pp. 321-23. El, pp. 323-27. Bard, pp. 328-33. FS, pp. 333-35. Odin, pp. 335-38. Cat, pp. 338-40. Sketch, p. 340. Notes, pp. 497-98.

1930. Kathleen W. Campbell, ed. An anthology of English poetry: Dryden to Blake. New York: Holt; London: Butterworth, 1930.
(61a  
Sonnet, p. 153. El, pp. 153-57. Cat, pp. 157-59. PP, pp. 159-61.

W[m]. Peacock, ed. English verse. III: Dryden to Wordsworth. Oxford: University Press; London: Milford, 1930. (World's Classics, CCCX)
(62  
Eton, pp. 253-56. El, pp. 256-61. Bard, pp. 261-65. PP, pp. 265-69. Cat, pp. 269-71. Owen, pp. 271-72. Vic, pp. 272-73. Stanzas to Bentley, p. 274. Adv, pp. 275-76. Spr, pp. 276-78.

1931. W[alter]. J[as]. Turner, ed. Eighteenth century poetry, an anthology. . . London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. (Phoenix Library, LXIX)
(62a  
Eton, pp. 129-32. Adv, pp. 132-34. Cat, pp. 134-36. PP, pp. 136-41. Vic, pp. 141-42. Satire upon Heads, pp. 143-44. (Prints on p. 128 as one of Gray's poems Collins' Sonnet ['When Phoebe form'd a wanton smile,'].)

Fredk T. Wood, ed. An anthology of Augustan poetry, 1700-1751. London & New York: Macmillan, 1931.
(63  
Comment, pp. lvi, lxi, lxvii. Eton, pp. 73-76. Spr, pp. 191-93. El, pp. 297-301.

1932. Ronald S. Crane, ed. A collection of English poems 1660-1800. New York & London: Harper, 1932. Notes, 1937.
(64  
See #9.
Spr, pp. 756-7. Sonnet, p. 758. Eton, pp. 758-60. Adv, pp. 760-62. Cat, 762-63. Ed, pp. 763-65. El, pp. 765-69. Vic, pp. 769-70. PP, pp. 770-73. Bard, pp. 774-77. Sketch, p. 778. FS, pp. 778-80. Odin, pp. 780-82. Owen, pp. 783-84.




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Shakespeare verses, p. 784.

1933. Jas W. Tupper, ed. English poems from Dryden to Blake. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1933.
(65  
See #11a.
Eton, pp. 506-09. Sonnet, pp. 509-10. Cat, pp. 510-11. El, pp. 511-15. PP, pp. 516-19. Bard, pp. 520-25. FS, pp. 525-27. Odin, pp. 528-30. Owen, pp. 531-32.

1935. Cecil A. Moore, ed. English poetry of the eighteenth century. New York: Holt, 1935.
(66  
Comment and bibliog., pp. 628-30, 926. Eton, pp. 630-31. Spr, pp. 631-32. Sonnet, p. 632. Cat, pp. 632-33. Adv, pp. 633-34. El, pp. 634-37. PP, pp. 637-40. Bard, pp. 640-43. FS, pp. 644-45. Odin, pp. 645-46. Owen, p. 646.

1936. Corliss Lamont, ed. Man answers death: an anthology of poetry. New York: Putnam's, 1936.
(66a  
Sonnet, p. 84. El, pp. 146-48.

1937. The poems of Gray and Collins. Third edition revised. London: Oxford, 1937.
(67  
See #51. Revision by Leonard Whibley. Adds Invitation to Mason, p. 163.
Noted in TLS, Mar. 20, 1937, p. 226. Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XVIII (1937), 210-11; TLS, Nov. 27, 1937, p. 915.

1939. The poems of Thomas Gray. Introduction by Leonard Whibley. London: Oxford, 1939. (World's Classics, CDLXXIV)
(68  
Text based on #67. Spr, pp. 5-7. Cat, pp. 11-13. Eton, pp. 17-21. Adv, pp. 25-27. PP, pp. 31-38. Bard, pp. 41-50. FS, pp. 55-58. Odin, pp. 61-65. Owen, pp. 69-70. El, pp. 73-79. LSt, pp. 83-90. Music, pp. 91-95. Impr, pp. 96-97. Lines by ghost of Dennis, pp. 101-03. Lines on beeches at Burnham, p. 103. Agrippina, pp. 104-15. Ign, pp. 116-17. Sonnet, pp. 118. Ed, pp. 119-25. Tophet, p. 126. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 126-27. Vic, pp. 128-31. EpCl, p. 132. Ep on child, p. 133. Sketch, p. 134. EpWms, p. 135. Death of Hoel, pp. 136-37. Caradoc, p. 138. Conan, p. 138. Amatory lines, p. 139. Song (Thyrsis), p. 140. Candidate, pp. 141-42. Shakespeare verses, pp. 143-44. Parody on ep, p. 144. Impromptus, p. 145. Invitation to Mason, p. 146. Couplet about birds, p. 146. Lines on Robt Smith, p. 146. Satire upon Heads, pp. 147-48. Eton MS of El, pp. 149-56.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 9, 1939, p. 723; D. Macgregor. RES, XVI (Jan., 1940), 115.

1940. Leicester Bradner. Musae Anglicanae. . .
(69  
See #1047. Alcaic Frag, p. 242. Al0, p. 243.

1941. John Sparrow, ed. Poems in Latin. Together with a few inscriptions. London: Oxford, Milford, 1941.
(70  
AlO, p. 7. Zeph, pp. 8-9. Arist, pp. 10-12. Cog, pp. 13-14. Alcaic Frag, p. 15.
Rev. TLS, Nov. 22, 1941, p. 582.

1947. Elegy in a country churchyard with the complete poems of Thomas Gray. Mount Vernon, N. Y.: Peter Pauper Press.
CbC   (71  
[1947.] Nine wood-engravings by Tho. Bewick.
El, pp. 7-11. Spr, pp. 12-13. Sonnet, p. 13. PP, pp. 14-17. Bard, pp. 18-22. Cat, pp. 22-23. Music, pp. 24-27. Odin, pp. 27-30. EpCl, p. 30. Eton, pp. 31-34. Adv, pp. 34-35. Owen, pp. 36-37. Death of Hoel, pp. 37-38. Ep Wms, p.38. LSt, pp. 39-43. FS, pp. 44-45. Vic, pp. 46-49 (with Mason's additions). Agrippina, pp. 49-55. Ign, pp. 55-56. Sketch, p. 56. Ed, pp. 57-59. Stanzas to Bentley, p. 60. Amatory lines, p. 61. Song (Thyrsis), p. 61. Ep on child, p.61. Stanza, p. 62. Shakespeare verses, p. 62. Satire upon Heads, pp. 63-64. Impr, p. 64. Lines by ghost of Dennis, pp. 65-66. Tophet, p. 66. Cand, pp. 67-68.




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1950. John Masefield, ed. My favourite English poems. London: Heinemann; New York: Macmillan 1950.
(72  
El, pp. 187-91. Tophet, p. 191. Impr, p. 192.
Rev. W. McFee. N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Nov. 12, 1950, p. 44.

5. SELECTIONS FROM THE PROSE WORKS

1914-24. Caroline F. E. Spurgeon, ed. Five hundred years of Chaucer criticism and allusion (1357-1900). London: Paul, Trench, Trübner; Oxford Univ. Press (Chaucer Soc.), 1914-24, 7v. Vol. I.
(72a  
T. & W. nos. 320, pp. 417-18; 518, p. 436; Metrum, pp. 418-21 (selec.); Note to PP, p. 431. See also index.
Reprinted Cambridge Univ. Press, 1925, 3v.

1921. W[m]. Peacock, ed. English prose. II: Milton to Gray. London: Oxford, 1921. (World's Classics, CCXX) See #428.
(73  
Selec. from Journal in the Lakes, pp. 588-91. T. & W. no. 422, pp. 591-93.

1927. Ernest Rhys, ed. The prelude to poetry: the English poets in defense and praise of their own art. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1927. (Everyman, DCCLXXXIX)
(74  
Selec. T. & W. no. 262, p. xii. Metrum, pp. 136-45.

6. TRANSLATIONS OF SELECT WORKS
English

1927. Tho. Wharton. In Leicester Bradner. "Dr. Wharton's translations of Gray's Latin poems." MP, XXV (1927), 124-27.
(74a  
Arist, pp. 124-26. Zeph, p. 126. AlO, p. 127.

French

1925. Pierre Berger. In his Les poètes préromantiques anglais: introduction, traduction et notes. Paris: La Renaissance du Livre.
UCl, V   (75  
[1925.] Comment, pp. 6, 40-42. Spr, pp. 42-43. Eton, pp. 44-47. Adv, pp. 47-49. PP, pp. 49-54. Bard, pp. 54-61. FS, pp. 61-63. El, pp. 64-69.
Rev. L. Cazamian. RAA, III (1925), 137-38.

1934. Roger Martin. In his Essai. . . #948.
(76  
Complete transl. of the following poems: Arist, pp. 308-09. Zeph, pp. 310-11. Alcaic Frag, p. 298. AlO, pp. 311-12. Amatory lines, p. 69. Bard, pp. 449-52. Hoel, pp. 387-88. El, pp. 415-17. Adv, pp. 397-98. Lines by ghost of Dennis, pp. 299-300. Eton, pp. 393-95. Cat, pp. 376-77. Vic, pp. 399-400. Spr, pp. 390-91. PP, pp. 439-41. Sonnet, p. 324. Stanzas to Bentley, pp. 372-73.
Transl. of selec. from the following poems: Agrippina, p. 321. Ed., p. 370. Cand, p. 374. Dante, p. 318. Cog, pp. 312-13. Odin, p. 386. Elegiacs, p. 304. FF, p. 305. FS, pp. 385, 386. Gaurus, pp. 305, 306. Ign, p. 367. Impr, p. 243. LSt, p. 379, 380, 381. Luna, p. 305. Music, pp. 388, 389. Prop III, p. 319. Prop II, p. 322. Shak verses, p. 375. Sketch, p. 28. Soph, pp. 323, 324. Tasso, pp. 318-19.




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1939. Roger Martin. In his Les préromantiques anglais. Choix de leurs poèmes. Paris: Aubier, Editions Montaigne, MCMXXXIX.
(76a  
El, pp. [112]-21. Bard, pp. 120-33. Odin, pp. 132-39. English texts printed on alternating pages. Comment, pp. ix, x, xiii, xiv, xv, xvi, [108]-ll.

7. INDIVIDUAL WORKS AND TRANSLATIONS

AD C. FAVONIUM ARISTIUM
EDITIONS

1941. John Sparrow. See #70, pp. 10-12.
(77  

TRANSLATIONS
English

1927. Tho. Wharton. See Leicester Bradner, #74a, pp. 124-26.
(78  
Begins, West! on the wing with me to fix.   52 ll.

French

1934. Roger Martin. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 308-09.
(78a  
Beqins, Toi que je vais revoir dans les temples barbares.   13 stanzas of 4 ll.

AD C. FAVONIUM ZEPHYRINUM
EDITIONS

1941. John Sparrow. See #70, pp. 8-9.
(79  

TRANSLATIONS
English

1927. Tho. Wharton. See Leicester Bradner, #74a, p.126.
(80  
Begins, Oh Parent of the blooming rose.   36 ll.

French

1934. Roger Martin. In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 310-11.
(80a  
Begins, Mère des roses, par qui s'enfle la suave.   36 ll.

AGRIPPINA
TRANSLATIONS
French





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1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 9-11, 39-41, 160-68. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 321.
(80b  
Ll. 9-11 read, Ajoutez. . .
. . . que vous vîtes dans son oeil une larme
qu'elle aurait versée, si l'orgueil ne l'avait retenue. . .

CRITICISM

1922. See Eccles, #715.
(80c  

ALCAIC FRAGMENT
EDITIONS

1803. In "The life of Thomas Gray." The Port Folio, III (Aug. 27, 1803), 277.
(81-N370b  
1941. John Sparrow. See #70, p. 15.
(82  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 298.
(82a  
Begins, Source des pleurs, dont le courant sacré.   4 ll.

ALCAIC ODE
EDITIONS

1941. John Sparrow. See #70, p. 7.
(82b  
See also #83, 86, 88, 89.

TRANSLATIONS AND IMITATIONS
English

1775. A Gentleman of Sunderland. Reprinted in The Port Folio, III (Aug. 13, 1803), 261.
(83-N384  
Accompanied by Latin text.

1793. John Hampson. In The Poetics of M. H. Vida. . .
(84-N389  
Begins, O Thou the Genius of these awful shades.   28 ll.

In The Universal Magazine, XCII (Mar., 1793), 212-13
(85-N389a  
Begins, Hail, genius of this solemn scene!   4 stanzas of 8 ll.

1795. "Ode to the nymph of the fountain of tears." In The Universal Magazine, XCVI (Jan., 1795), 51.
(86-N391a  
Begins, Hail, pious Nymph! whose gentle power.  14 quatrains
Imitation accompanied by Latin text.

1796. Mr. Marsh of the Temple. "Paraphrase of Mr. Gray's Latin ode, written at the Grand Chartreuse." In The Monthly Magazine, I (Feb., 1796), 56.
(87-N391b  




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Begins, Whoe'er thou art, that rul'st with sway supreme.   6 quatrains

1803. An American Gentleman. In The Port Folio, III (July 2, 1803), [2O9]-210.
(88-N392'  
Begins, 0 Thou! the Power, that o'er this solemn scene.   24 ll.
Accompanied by Latin text.

1804. "Cantabrigiana. Translation of a Latin ode of Gray's." In The Monthly Magazine, XVII (March 1, 1804), 123-24.
(89-N392''  
Begins, Thou Genius of this awful place.   2 stanzas of 10 ll.
Accompanied by Latin text and comment.

1927. Tho. Wharton. See Leicester Bradner, #74a, p. 127.
(90-1  
Begins, Oh Power! whatever name beneath.   24 ll.

1941. M. H. Griffin. In "Thomas Gray, classical Augustan." CJ, XXXVI (1941), 447.
(92  
Prose. Begins, O Thou Divinity of this hallowed place, in whatsoever name Thou dost rejoice. . . .

French

1934. Roger Martin. "Ode alcaïque." In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 311-12.
(92a  
Begins, O religion d'un lieu austère.   20 ll.

THE ALLIANCE OF EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT
EDITIONS

1803. In "The life of Thomas Gray." The Port Folio, III (Aug. 20, 1803), 268.
(93-N401b  
1943. Ll. 46-49. In "Old and True." The London Daily Times, Nov. 23, 1943, p. 6.
(94  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Alliance de l'éducation et du gouvernement." ll. 50-57. In his Essai . . . #948, p. 370.
(94a  
L. 50 reads, On vit surgir aussi, hordes poussant des hordes.

CRITICISM

1803. N. N. In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Nov. 1, 1803), 299 [p. no. erroneously printed as 399].
(95-N404'  
Quotes ll. 94-107. Regards ll. 104-07 as a feeble ending.

1943. F. T. H. Fletcher. "Montesquieu and British education in the eighteenth century."In MLR, XXXVIII (1943), 298-




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306.
(96  
Pp. 299-30 quotes ll. 13-16, 64-65, and discusses debt of Ed to Montesquieu.

AMATORY LINES
EDITIONS

1799. In The Monthly Mirror, VIII (Sept., 1799), 157.
(96a-N406a  
See #31.

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Vers d'amour." In his Essai . . . #948, p. 69.
(97  
Begins, Entouré de beauté et de plaisir, languir.   8 ll.

THE BARD
TRANSLATIONS
French

1764. Jean Baptiste Antoine Suard. According to Hunter, #765, pp. 90, 110-11, in Nov., 1764, Suard produced an analysis of the Bard accompanied by a translation of several of the stanzas. I have not been able to find it.
(97a-N419a  
1925. Pierre Berger. "Le barde." See #75, pp. 54-61.
(97b  
Begins, Que la Ruine te saisisse! roi impitoyable,   144 ll.

1934. Roger Martin. "Le barde." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 449-52.
(97c  
Begins, Que la Ruine t'étreigne, Roi sans pitié!   144 ll.

1939 Roger Martin. "Le barde." In his Préromantiques anglais . . . #76a, pp. 120-33.
(97d  
Begins, Cours à ta ruine, ô roi cruel!. . .   144 ll.
Not the same transl. as #97c.

Italian

1808. Giovanni Berchet.
(97e-N430  
Discussed by Laudomia Zanoboni-Cecchini. 'La prima manifestazione letteraria di Giovanni Berchet.' In Giornale storico della letteratura italiana, LXXVII (1921), [255]-73. (Also comments on the influence of the Bard on Alfieri, Monti, and Foscolo.)

Latin

1899. W[m]. C[has]. G[reen]. "Infelix vates." In Francis St. John Thackeray and Edw. Daniel Stone, eds. Florilegium




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Latinum. Translations into Latin verse: Pre-Victorian poets. London and New York: John Lane, 1899, I. (Bodley Head Anthologies)
(98-N435a  
Ll. 15-28. English, p. 148; Latin, p. 149.
L. 15 reads, En! qua minaci fronte superbiens.   5 quatrains

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS
English

1762. Oliver Goldsmith. In Boswell's London journal, 1762-1763. Fredk A. Pottle, ed. Pref. by Christopher Morley. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1950, p. 106.
(99-N437'  
Begins, Mark the white and mark the red.   4 ll.

1776. Rich. Cumberland. "Ode I. To the sun." In his Odes. London: J. Robson, 1776, pp. 11-20.
(100-N437b  
Begins, Soul of the world, refulgent Sun.
See esp. stanzas 9-10, pp. 17-18. See also 'Dedication,' p. 4.

1782. John Scott (of Amwell). "The Mexican prophecy. An ode." In The Poetical works of John Scott, Esq. The second edition [First ed., 1782]. London: Printed for J. Buckland, MDCCLXXXVI, pp. 247-58.
(101-N438b  
Begins, From Cholula's hostile plain.   156 ll.
Reprinted in Chalmers, English poets, 1810, XVII, 487-88.

1790. Evan Evans. "Paraphrase of the 137th Psalm: alluding to the captivity and ill-treatment of the Welsh bards by King Edward I." In The Universal Magazine, LXXXVI (May, 1790), 265.
(102-N437a  
Begins, Sad near the willowy Thames we stood.   74 ll. (couplets)

1792. Leoline Fitzmador. "Ode." In The Gentleman's Magazine, n.s. LXII (Apr., 1792), 367.
(103-N438b'  
Begins, When haughty Caesar's veteran band.   102 ll.

1793. Mr. Eyre. "An elegiac ode on the death of a late unfortunate monarch [Louis XVI]. Written and spoken by Mr. Eyre of Worcester." In The Thespian Magazine, I (Apr., 1793), 285-86.
(104-N438b''  
Begins, Ruin seize thee, lawless Band!   58 ll.

1799. Tho. Erskine. "The barber." Reprinted as "Parody upon Gray's celebrated ode of 'The bard'," in The Monthly Magazine, VIII (Aug., 1799), 545-46.
(105-N439  
1808. [John Sylvester John Gardiner]. "Ode to democracy." In "Silva, No. 43." The Monthly Anthology, V (Sept., 1808), 495-97.
(106-N439a  
Begins, Hag-seed of hell, I hate thy sight!   143 ll.
See Howe, #635, p. 152.
Reprinted by H. Starr, N&Q, Jan. 6, 1951, pp. 12-14.

Italian





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1806. Vincenzo Monti. Il bardo della selva nera. Poema epico-lirico. . . Parma: Bodoniani, MDCCCVI. Canto I, ll. 44-68.
(106a-N447b  
Also printed Firenze: Guglielmo Piatti, MDCCCVI; Brescia: Bettoni MDCGCVI; Torino: S. Francesco di Sales, 1873.

CRITICISM

1774. Tho. Jones. Memoirs. In The thirty-second volume of the Walpole Society, 1946-1948. London: Burridge, 1951.
(106b-N447c  
Jones' painting of the Bard.

1796. "Pedestrian tour in North Wales." In The Monthly Magazine, I (Feb., 1796), 18.
(107-N449a  
Gray's inaccurate description of the Conway.

1800. ". . . Imitations and similarities." In The Monthly Magazine, IX, Part I (May 1, 1800), 362.
(108-N449b  
Source of l. 28 in the Dunciad, I. 297.

1804. The European Magazine, XLV (Jan., 1804), 44-45.
(109-N449c  
1807. Wm Parsons. In his Travelling recreations. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807, I, xiv.
(109a-N450a  
1809. R [Paul Allen]. "Defence of Gray." In The Monthly Anthology, VI (Feb., 1809), 95-98.
(110-N450b  
Defends the Bard against Johnson's criticism. See also Howe, #635, p. 168.

1829. John Hen. Newman. "Poetry with reference to Aristotle's Poetics." In The London Review, I (Jan., 1829), 165.
BA   (110a-N453a  
Reprinted in his Essays critical and historical, London, 1919, and in Chas F. Harold, ed., John Henry, Cardinal Newman: essays and sketches. New York: Longmans, 1948, I, 70. Commented on by Geoffrey Tillotson in. . . Newman Centenary essays, London: Burns, Oates & Washburne, 1945. Tillotson's essay is reprinted in revised form in Harry Levin, ed. Perspectives of criticism, Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1950, pp. 173, 186, 192, 193, and in #1208a.

1837. Revista europea, III (1837), 259.
(111-N453b  
Spanish transl of J. J. Ampère's comment on Bard. I have not seen this journal. See Peers, #311, p. 418n.

1879. Grant Allen. In his The colour sense: its origin and development: an essay in comparative psychology. London: Trübner; Boston: Houghton, Osgood, 1879, p. 267. (English and Foreign Philosophical Library, X)
(112-N453c  
1915. Clarissa Rinaker. "Thomas Warton and the historical method in literary criticism." In PMLA, XXX (1915), 108.
(112a-N459'  
J. Warton's comment on the Rard.
Rev. 0. Shepard, JLGP, XVI (1917), 153-63.

1916. Miles. "The text of Gray." In TLS, Feb. 11, 1916, p. 69.
(113-N459''  
Capitalization of l. 62. Reply by W. & R. Chambers, Ltd, ibid., Feb. 24, p. 94.




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1919. Paget Toynbee, "Garrick and Gray's 'Bard'." In TLS, Dec. 19, 1919, p. 767.
(114  
The revision of l. 144.

1921. Edith Birkhead. In her The tale of terror: a study of the Gothic romance. London: Constable, 1921.
(115  
1922. Arturo Farinelli. In his Dante in Spagna, Francia, Inghilterra, Germania. Torino: Bocca, 1922.
(116  
Influence of Dante on the Bard.

John Trumbull. In his Poetical works. . . The Colonnade (Andiron Club), XIV (1919-1922), 385, n. 25.
(117  
1926. Marion K. Bragg. In her The formal eclogue in eighteenth century England. Orono, Me.: Univ. of Me. Press, 1926, p. 105. (U. of Me. Studies, 2d ser., No. 6)
(118  
Rose Mary Davis. In her Stephen Duck, the thresher-poet. Orono, Me: Univ. of Me. Press, 1926. (U. of Me. Studies, 2d ser., no. 8)
(119  
Duck's Caesar's camp as a source of the Bard.

Robt Graves and Laura Riding. In their A survey of modernist poetry. London: Heinemann, 1926.
(119a  
Reprinted in Graves' The common asphodel: collected essays on poetry 1922-1949. London: Hamilton, 1949.

1929. Earle Barton Howe. "The idealized bard of the eighteenth century: a study in origins." Univ. of Chicago Abstracts of theses, humanistic series, 1927-1928, VI (1929), 367-71. See p. 370.
(120  
1934. *Bernhard Bamberger. In his Die Figur des Propheten in der englischen Literatur (von den ältesten Zeiten bis zum Ausgang des 18. Jahrhunderts). Eine typologische Untersuchung. Würzburg: Max Wolff, 1934, pp. 52-56. Würzburg diss.
(121  
Place and influence of Bard in the prophet tradition.

T[ho]. R. Henn. In his Longinus and English criticism. Cambridge, Eng.: University Press, 1934, p. 127.
(122  
1942. Alan D. McKillop. "The poet as patriot—Shakespeare to Wordsworth." In Rice Institute Pamphlet, XXIX (1942), 313.
(123  
The use of the Arthur tradition in the Bard.

Herbert W. Starr. "An echo of L'Allegro in Gray's Bard." In MLN, LVII (1942), 676.
(124  
1947. Herbert W. Starr. "Trumbull and Gray's Bard." In MLN, LXII (1947), 116-19.
(125  

CAMBRI
EDITIONS





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1934. In Roger Martin. Chronologie. . . #897, pp. 170-99.
(125a  
Foreword, p. 169.

THE CANDIDATE
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Le candidat," [ll. 19-34]. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 374
(125b  
L. 19 reads, Théologie entend, à demi somnolente.

CRITICISM

1889. Edmund Gosse. "The bibliography of Gray." In The Bookmart, VII (June, 1889), 21.
(126-N462  
The Academy article reprinted (N462).

1924. Hen. Broadbent. "A literary discovery at Eton." In TLS, May 22, 1924, p. 322.
(127  
Announces discovery of 2 copies of Cand.

1930. *Leonard Whibley. "The candidate: by Mr. Gray." In TLS, Aug. 21, 1930, pp. 667-68.
(128  
Believes Cand was printed at Strawberry Hill subsequent to Walpole's letter to Mason (Sept. 16, 1774).

1937. Chas Child Walcutt. "The ghost of Jemmy Twitcher." In N&Q, July 24, 1937, pp. 56-62.
(129  
Dates application of name to Sandwich as Feb. 16, 1764.

COMMONPLACE BOOKS
EDITIONS

1934. Extracts printed by Roger Martin in his Chronologie. . . #897, pp. 158-68.
(129a  
Foreword, pp. 156-57. Genealogy (C. B., I, 406), pp. 158-59. Article on tombs (C. B., II, 845-46), pp. 160-61. English churches (C. B., II. 901-02), pp. 162-63. English castles (C. B., III), pp. 164-65. Bibliography (C. B., II), pp. 166-68.

COOKERY NOTES
EDITIONS

1948. In The cook's paradise, being William Verral's 'Complete system of cookery' published in 1759 with Thomas Gray's cookery notes in holograph. Introduction and appendices by R. L. Mégroz. London: Sylvan Press, 1948. Appendix B ("Transcription of Thomas Gray's MS. Notes"), pp. 132-39.
(130  
Photo. of notes in front and back end-pages of Gray's copy (BM. Ref. C28fl3) between pp. [16]-17. Comment, pp. 7-8, 130-31.




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CRITICISM

Before 1938. Rintaro Fukuhara. In Journal of the Tokyo University of Literature and Science, No. 8.
(130a  
Mentioned by Fukuhara in #1021. I have not been able to find the Journal.

COUPLET ABOUT BIRDS
CRITICISM

1917. G. C. Moore Smith. "Gray and Thomson." In MLR, XII (1917), 352.
(131  
Debt to Thomson's Spring, ll. 21-25.

DANTE, CANTO 33, DELL' INFERNO
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 68-81. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 318.
(131a  
Begins,      . . . J'avalai
        mon tumultueux chagrin, pour ne pas grandir le leur.

DE PRINCIPIIS COGITANDI
EDITIONS

1941. John Sparrow, #70, pp. 13-14.
(132  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Origines de la pensée." [Cog, I, ll. 28-31, 85-96] In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 312-13.
(132a  
L. 28 reads, Mais celle qui, ô prodige! nuit et jour.

IMITATIONS
English

1794. "Stanzas." In The Gentleman's Magazine, LXIV (Apr., 1794), 361-62.
(133-N474a  
Begins, Sage Locke! thy spirit I invoke.   29 quatrains

CRITICISM

1936. Ernest Campbell Mossner. In his Bishop Butler and the age of reason: a study in the history of thought. New York: Macmillan, 1936.
(134  

THE DEATH OF HOEL





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TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Mort de Hoel." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 387-88.
(134a  
Begins. Que n'ai-je la puissance du torrent.   24 ll.

THE DESCENT OF ODIN
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Descente d'Odin." [Ll. 17-26, 51-72.] In his Essai. . . #948, p. 386.
(134b  
L. 17 reads, Contre la porte orientale.
Complete translation printed in #76a.
Begins, Le Roi des Hommes se dressa.   94 ll.

ELEGIACS
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 1-6. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 304.
(134c  
Begins, Aux lieux où la Trébie coupe les saules verts.

AN ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD
EDITIONS

(For more detailed descriptions and occasional corrections of N51-58, 178, 179, 182, 492-516 see Stokes' ed. of El (#158), pp. 27-61.)

1751. An elegy. . . . Fourth edition, 1751. 4to.
(134d-N495  
Publication announced in The General Advertiser, Apr. 7, 1751 (See Stokes, #158, p. 31.).

Poems / on / moral and divine / subjects, / by several celebrated / English poets, / viz. / . . . Grey, etc./ [stanza from Gay] / Glasgow, / Printed by Robert & Andrew Foulis / M. DCC. LI.
YU   (135-N500b  
El (with Redbreast stanza and wrote for written), pp. 382-87. Described by Rothkrug, #372.

1752. In Miscellaneous pieces. Consisting of select poetry, and methods of improvement in husbandry, gardening, and various other subjects useful to families. The fourth edition. Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and sold by W. Owen, bookseller, at Temple-Bar, London. MDCCLII.
(136-N501a  
8vo. Pp. 472. El, ll. 1-92, pp. 262-64. See Stokes, #367.

1762. The / select poems / of / Dr Akenside, Mr Gray, Mr Mason, W. Shenstone Esq; Mess. Wartons, Ld Lyttleton, Mr Dyer, Mr Beattie, Mr Blacklock, Mr Scott, — etc. [names in two columns divided by a vertical rule] / Cedite, Romani




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scriptores! cedite, Graii! / Edinburgh: Printed by G. Martin & J. Wotherspoon; / For W. Russel./ Sold by Kincaid & Bell, Hamilton & Balfour, / W. Gordon, and W. Gray, / M DCC LXII.
(137-N511a  
12mo. Pp. vi+200; consisting of: t-p (verso blank), pp. [i-ii]. Advertisement, pp. [iii-iv]. Contents, pp. [v-vi]. Text, pp. 1-200. El, pp. 19-25. See Stokes, #158, pp. 51-52.

1768. A select / collection / of / poems, / from the most approved authors. / In two volumes./ Vol. I. [II.] / Edinburgh: / Printed by A. Donaldson, and sold at / his shops in London and Edinburgh. / M DCC LXVIII.
(138-N514a  
8vo. Pp. viii+264. El, pp. 220-24. 'Advertisement' dated 1767. See Stokes, #158, pp. 58-59.

A select / collection / of / poems, / from the most approved authors. / In two volumes. / Vol. I. [II.] / Edinburgh: / Printed by A. Donaldson, and sold at his shops in London and Edinburgh. / M DCC LXVIII.
BM   (139-N514b  
Vol. I. Pp. x+264; consisting of: half-title, 'A collection of poems. In two volumes' (verso blank); t-p as above (verso blank); Advertisement (verso blank); Contents of Vol. I ([v]-vii); Text [1]-264 (last p. misprinted 64). Signatures: 5 leaves unsigned; A-Z (omitting J, V, W), Aa-Dd, Ii, Kk (4 leaves each).
El. pp. 220-25. See Stokes, #158, p. 59.

1769. An / elegy / written in a / country church yard. / A new edition. / [type ornament] / London: / Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall. / MDCCLXIX. / [Price six pence.]
HU   (140-N514c  
4to. Collation (provided by C. Jakeman of HU): Sig. A-B4; 7 pp + 8-16. A1 blank; engraved frontispiece facing t-p; A2r t-p (verso blank); A3r advertisement (verso blank); A4r-B4v text. Pp. 1-7 unnumbered, 8-16 numbered. Text begins p. 7. Half page engravings, pp. 7, 16.
Apparently an earlier ed. of N516.

1773. The / grave. / A / poem. / By Robert Blair. / [design] / To which is added / An / elegy / written in a country / church-yard./ By Mr. Gray./ [design] / Philadelphia: / Printed and sold by R. Aitken book-seller / and stationer, Opposite the London Coffee-house, / in Front-Street. M, DCC, LXXIII.
LC   (141-N519c  
8vo. Pp. 32. El, pp. [27]-31. See #283.

1777. Robt Blair. The Grave. A poem, to which is added An elegy written in a country churchyard, by Mr. Gray. . . 1777.
(142-N526a  
12mo., boards. Noted in Advance List 109 (July, 1930). Surrey Bookshop, Woking, Eng. I have not seen this edition.

1787. Elegy in a country graveyard. Philadelphia: Printed for Thomas Dobson, 1787.
(142a-N536a  
I have not seen this ed., but it is described by Evans (#259), no. 20395.

1791. The grave. A poem. By Robert Blair. [One line from] Job. To which is added, An elegy, written in a country church-yard. By mr. Gray. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by




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Henry Taylor. M.DCC. XCI.
AAS   (142b-N536b  
12mo. Pp. 32. El, pp. 27-32.

A Correspondent. "Select verses out of Gray's Elegy." In The Lady's Magazine. XXII (Oct., 1791), 530.
UNC   (143-N544a  
Reprints with comment ll. 1-4, 5-8, 13-16, 21-24, 33-36, 45-48, 53-56.

1793. Beauties of the muses: or, select sentimental poems and elegies, viz. I. The hermit. By dr. Parnell. II. Elegy in a church yard. By mr. Gray. III. The traveller. By dr. Goldsmith. IV. Death. A poem. By dr. Porteus. V. Deserted village. By dr. Goldsmith. VI. Hermit of the dale. By ditto. VII. Futurity. Extract from dr. Dodd. To wake the soul—to mend the heart. Illustrated with beautiful engravings. Printed at Worcester, by Isaiah Thomas. Sold at his bookstore in Worcester; by said Thomas and Andrews, in Boston; and by said Thomas and Carlisle, in Walpole, Newhampshire. MDCCXCIII.
AAS, LC   (143a-N545a  
24mo. Pp. [2], [2], 211. 6 plates engraved by J. H. Seymour and S. Hill with portr. of Dr. Dodd. El, pp. 35-46.

In The poetical miscellany; containing a collection of the most valuable pieces from Goldsmith, Blair, Warton, Parnel, Pope, Gray, Mallet, Collins, Watts, Addison, &c. First American edition. [Ornament.] Printed at Newburyport, by George Jerry Osborne, Guttemberg's Head. MDCCXCIII.
AAS   (143b-N545b  
12mo. Pp. [2], [2], [2], [2], 203. Second title: The grave. A poem. By Robert Blair. The house appointed for all living. Job. [Ornament.] Newburyport; Printed and sold by G. J. Osborne. MDCCXCIII. Pp. [2], 24.
El, pp. 78-84.

1795. The literary miscellany. Fourth title: The literary miscellany. No III: Containing 1. The story of La Roche. 2. Ethelgar, a Saxon story. 3. Gray's Elegy in a country church-yard. 4. The repentance of passion [Fifteen stars.] Philadelphia: Printed at the office of W. W. Woodward, for T. Stephens, No 57, South Second Street. 1795.
(143c-N551a  
Pp. 31. I have not seen this ed., but it is described by Evans (#259), no. 28977.

1796. In The children's miscellany: in which is included the History of little Jack; by Thomas Day, esq. author of the History of Sandford and Merton. [Four lines of verse from] Dryden. First American edition; embellished with thirty-five cuts and frontispieces. Boston: Printed and sold by William Spotswood. 1796.
AAS   (143d-N551b  
12mo. Pp. [2], [2], 331, [1]. 2 frontis. Included also: The history of Philip Quarll; The universal prayer; Sketch of universal history; Gray's Elegy, written in a country church-yard; Diverting history of John Gilpin, etc.
El, pp. 211-15.

Helen Maria Williams. Poems, moral, elegant and pathetic . . .
(144-N552  
Publication noted in Monthly Magazine, II (Oct., 1796), 733.




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1799. An / elegy / written in a / country church yard / By Mr. Gray. / The curfew tolls the knell of parting day, / The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea, / The ploughman homeward plods his weary way, / And leaves the world to darkness and to me./ Re-printed at T. Collier's Office, Litchfield. / 1799.
CHS   (144a-N553a  
12 1/2 cm. Pp. 8. Adv. in Collier's Monitor, Jan. 1, 1800, for 3d. Described by Saml H. Fisher, comp. The publications of Thomas Collier, printer, 1784-1808. Litchfield: Litchfield Historical Society, 1933, no. 93.   LC

1803. The Port Folio, III (Aug. 27, 1803), 277.
(145-N560a  
Reprints stanzas omitted from and reworked into final draft of El.

1814. The deserted village, a poem: by Oliver Goldsmith. Also, Gray's Elegy, in a country church vard. Kennebunk, Me.: James K. Remich, 1814.
CtC   (145a-N576a  
13cm. Pp. 22. El, pp. [17]-22. I have not seen this edition.

1817. L'Elegia di Tommaso Gray. . . Verona: Mainardi, 1817.
(145b-N581  
Rev. in Die Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung (Halle), IV. no. 272 (Nov. 1819), 468-69.

1861. In Marcius Willson, ed. The fifth reader of the school and family series. New York: Harper, 1861.
(146-N623b  
El (with 32 illus.), pp. 445-55.

1862. In Robt. Aris Willmott, ed. English sacred poetry of the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Illus. Holman Hunt, J. D. Watson, John Gilbert, J. Wolf, etc. London: Routledge, Warne & Routledge, 1862, pp. 173-183. [10 illus.]
(147-N624a  
A facsimile of the original autograph manuscript of Gray's Elegy. . . .
(148-N625  
Noted in Gentleman's Magazine, n. s. XII (Jan., 1862), 79.

1869. An elegy. . . London: Sampson Low. . .
(149-N631  
Also New York: Scribner, Welford & Co., 1869.
Rev. (with particular attention to illus.) Art Journal, n.s. VII (1868), 287; Nation, VII (Dec. 10, 1868), 485-86.

1883. Elegy. . . Illus. by Harry Fenn. . .
(150-N655  
Rev. (unfavorably) Nation, XXXVII (Dec. 13, 1883), 492.

An elegy. . . The artists' edition. . .
(151-N656  
Rev. (favorably) Nation, XXXVII (Dec. 13, 1883), 492.

1905. Gray's Elegy / The Palmetto Press / W. L. Washburn / Eureka Springs, Ark.
(152-N724a  
[1905.] Pp. irregularly cut but about 5 1/2" x 4 1/2", pp. [16], consisting of p. [1] blank; p. [2], ' "Here may thy storme-bett vessell safely ryde; / This is the port of rest from troublous toyle, / The worlde's sweet inn from paine and wearisome / turmoyle." ' p. [3] t-p as above with design; p. [4], blank; pp. [5-13] text; p. [14] blank; p. [15] 'Here ends the Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, by Thomas Gray. Done into a booklet by W. L. Washburn, at the Palmetto Press, Eureka Springs Arkansas, in the month of July, MCMV., the title page and initial being designed by Mrs. J[osephine]. S. Couper'; p. [16] blank. Withdrawn because of typographical errors. See Ransom, #329b, p. 375.




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1912. Gray's Elegy. . . Boston: Bibliophile Society, 1912.
(152a-N729  
For N's '69 copies printed' read '469 copies printed.'

1915. "Gray's Elegy." The Times broadsheets for soldiers and sailors. Six selected passages from great English writers. Selected by Sir Walter Raleigh. Series No. 6. ("The Times" broadsheets, No. 32). Printed by John Parkinson Bland at the Times office.
NYP   (153-N735f  
A 2 pp. pamphlet with a covering envelope. 7 1/8" x 9 5/8".
Noted by Solomon Eagle [John C. Squire] in New Statesman, V (Sept. 11, 1915), p. 545.
Reprinted in Geoffrey Dawson, ed., A second book of broadsheets. London: Methuen, 1929, pp. 31-35.

1915. Elegy / written in a country / church-yard / by / Thomas Gray
NL   (153a-N735g  
28 x 22 cm. Pp. [3], 33, [1]. On the p. following the text: 'This edition of sixty copies of Gray's / Elegy has been printed by hand for the / Right Honourable Walter Runciman at / the Temple Sheen Press. June MCMXV.' One stanza to a page.

1916. In Maurice Baring, ed., English landscape. Oxford: University Press, 1916.
(154-N735h  
I have not seen this book. Noted by Solomon Eagle [J. C. Squire] in New Statesman, VII (July 22, 1916), 377.

1917. Elegy written in a country churchyard, by Thomas Gray. East Aurora, N. Y.: The Roycrofters, [c. 1917].
LC   (154a  
15 1/2 cm. Pp. 8.

1925. An elegy written in a country churchyard. With an introduction by James Southall Wilson & a foreword by William Andrews Clark, Jr. San Francisco: Printed for William Andrews Clark, Jr. by John Henry Nash, 1925. 2v.
LC   (155  
Limited ed. of 200 copies.
Frontispiece portr. by Wm H. Wilkes. Vol. I (14 1/2" x 9 1/4") contains 'Historical and bibliographical foreword' by Clark (useful data on early eds.), pp. vii-xx; 'Thomas Gray and the 'Elegy'' by Wilson (critical essay), pp. xxiii-xxx; text (based on Gosse, N41), pp. 3-11. Vol. II (10" x 8") is a reproduction of Fredk Locker's first ed. with his pencil notes.

1927. An elegy wrote in a country church yard. Oxford: Clarendon, 1927.
HC, LfC   (156  
Limited ed. of 750 copies. Fac. of T. J. Wise's first ed.
Noted in 'Reprints,' TLS, Nov. 24, 1927, p. 891.

1928. Elegy written in a country churchyard. [Outside cover entitled The anthem of the obscure]. San Francisco: Johnck & Seeger. Presswork by Lawton R. Kennedy, 1928.
SC   (157  
Limited ed. of 250 copies. About 6 3/8" x 9 3/4". Frontispiece of Stoke Church and decorations by W. B. Cameron. El, pp. 3-11. 'Anthem of the obscure' by David Anderson (The El caused 'the awakening of the human spirit to the insistance on its dignity. . . .'), pp. 15-21.

1929. Francis Griffin Stokes, ed. An elegy written in a country church yard by Thomas Gray; the text of the first quarto with the variants of the MSS. and of the early editions (1751-71), a bibliographical & historical introduction




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& appendices on "General Wolfe & the 'Elegy'" & "The locality of the churchyard." Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1929.
UP   (158  
Preface, pp. 7-8. Table of contents, p. 9. Date of composition, pp. 13-16. Publication, pp. 17-20. Bibliography of MSS. and eds. 1751-71, pp. 23-61 (Eton, Pembroke, Wharton, and Egerton MSS., pp. 23-26. Description of quartos, pp. 27-34. Diagram of emblems on quartos, p. 35. Magazine printings, pp. 36-42. Other eds., separate or in collections, pp. 42-61.). Fac. of t-p of first ed., p. 65. Advertisement, p. 67. Text with variant readings, pp. 69-79. Appendix A (Gen. Wolfe), pp. 83-88. Appendix B (The locality), pp. 89-92. Fac. of p. 11 of 3d ed. of 1751 with Epitaph and 'Redbreast Stanza,' p. 93.
Commented on with corrections by Fukuhara and Bergen, #161.
Rev. L. Mackall, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Nov. 10, 1929. p. 31; N&Q, Apr. 27, 1929, p. 308; E. Morley, YWES, X (1929), 279; A. P[ollard]., Library, 4th ser. X (1929) 112-13; TLS, Apr. 25, 1929, p. 342; G. Troxell, SRL, Oct. 12, 1929, p. 280; J. Wilks, MLR, XXIV (Oct., 1929), 478-80; B. Fehr, Beibl. XLI (June, 1930), 180-81; P. McK[errow]., RES, VII (Jan., 1931), 107-08; F. Wood, ESt, LXVI (1931), 277-78.

1930. An elegy written in a country churchyard. With an introduction by John T. Winterich. Portland, Me.: Southworth Press, 1930.
CbC   (158a  
4 3/8" x 6 3/4". Pp. i-xvii, [xviii], 1-16, [17]. Illus. Designed by Fred Anthoensen. An ed. of 990 copies. Described by Anthoensen and Ruth Chaplin in their Types and bookmaking. . . Portland, Me.: Southworth-Anthoensen Press, 1943, pp. 16-17, 97, with specimen t-p. pp. x. 5 from the Southworth edition.

1931. An elegy written in a country churchyard. Decorated by Frank Adams. London: Medici Society; New York: Wm Farquhar Payson, 1931.
UM   (159  
Frontispiece portr. Each stanza printed on a separate leaf followed by a full page illus. in color or in 2 tone brown. Epitaph on one p. in tombstone border.
Noted in 'Reprints,' TLS, Nov. 5, 1931, p. 871.

Elegy in a country church-yard. Written by Thomas Gray and newly created into an illustrated book by John Vassos. New York: E. P. Dutton; London: Dent, 1931.
(160  
Typography by S. A. Jacobs. 18 modernistic illus.
Noted in 'Reprints,' TLS, Nov. 3, 1935, p. 819.
Comment by F[ranklin]. P[ierce]. A[dams]., 'The conning tower,' N. Y. Herald Trib., Jan. 1, 1932, p. 15. ('The Conning Tower, aroused by the recent republication of Gray's immortal quatrains, with new and modern illustrations by Mr. John Vassos, hereby presents the first three stanzas of Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard by Thomas Gray. Illustrated by the American Type Founders Co.')

1933. An elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. The three manuscripts. Rintaro Fukuhara & Hen. Bergen, eds. Primrose Hill, London: Edw. Walters & Geoffrey Miller, 1933.
LC   (161  
Limited ed. of 250 copies (125 on handmade paper, 125 on machine paper).
Foreword describing MSS, pp. i-[xiii]. Fac. of Eton MS., pp. 1-10. Fac. of Wharton MS., pp. [13]-20. Fac. of Pembroke MS., pp. [23]-31. 'Final version' from collation of N52, N178, and the 3 MSS., pp. 34-37. Notes (largely on the errors in various reproductions and facs.), pp. 38-39. See also #158, 352.
Rev. TLS, July 27, 1933, pp. 501-02.

1934. An elegy written in a country churchyard, by Thomas Gray. Worcester, Eng.: Ebenezer Baylis & son, Trinity Press, 1934. (Ebenezer Baylis Booklets, VIII)
CbC   (162  
Designed by Leonard Jay. I have not seen this edition.




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1938. Elegy written in a country churchyard. New Haven: Printed for the members of Timothy Dwight College in Yale University [at the Press of Timothy Dwight College], 1938.
LC   (163  
Limited ed. of 200 copies.
'The Elegy in our time. An appreciation by Raymond W. Short, Ph. D., Fellow of Timothy Dwight College' (Objects to modern 'derogatory' attitude toward Gray), pp. [vii] - [viii].

Elegy written in a country church-yard by Thomas Gray with an introduction by Sir Hugh Walpole decorated with [33] wood-engravings sketched in the same country church-yard by Agnes Miller Parker. London: Printed for members of the Limited Editions Club at the Raven Press, 1938.
EPFL   (164  
1500 copies autographed by the artist. Foreword (Repeats fable of Gray's descent into a tub of water - with additional touches: '. . .his poor toes clinging to the rope and the pail of water waiting for him at the bottom.' In El it is the 'combination of exquisite artistry and real, normal, simple life that makes the poem so unique.'), pp. [v]-xv. Prefatory note, p. [1]. El (based on N52), pp. [2-65]. Reprinting of Eton MS., pp. 67-72.

In Desmond Flower and A. N. L. Munby, eds. English poetical autographs: a collection of facsimiles of autograph poems from Sir Thomas Wyat to Rupert Brooke. London: Cassell, 1938, pp. 15, 152, 153.
BrM   (165  
Photographs of Wharton MS. of El in BM.

In P. R. Brinton, #187.
(166  
1940. Elegy written in a country churchyard. With thirty woodcuts by J. J. Lankes. Preface by Robt. P. Tristram Coffin. New York: Harper, 1940.
LC   (167  
Noted Bookwright, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Nov. 10, 1940, p. 45; P. Quercus [C. Morley], SRL, Nov. 9, 1940, p. 21.

1946. Gray's Elegy written in a country church-yard with a foreword by Christopher Sandford and eight engravings by Gwenda Morgan. London: Golden Cockerel Press, McMxlvi.
CbC, LC   (168  
First impression of 750 numbered copies.
Foreword, pp. 5-9. El (text from N13), pp. 11-[20].

1951. An elegy wrote in a country church yard. Los Angeles: Wm Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Univ. of Calif., 1951. (Augustan Reprint Society, XXXI)
(168a  
Intro. by Geo. Sherburn, pp. i-xi. Fac. of copy of first ed. in Clark Mem. Libr., pp. [xiii-xxiii]. Photographic repro. of Eton Coll. MS of El, pp. [xxv-xxviii].

TRANSLATIONS
Czechoslovakian

1898. Jaroslava Vrchlického [pseud. of Emil Bohuslav Frida]. "Elegie psána na hřbitově vesnickém." In his Moderni básníci angličtí, 1700-1800 [Modern English poets]. Praze: Jos. R. Vilímek, [1898], pp. 10-14.
NYP   (169-N737a  




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Begins, Zvon večerní uspává mroucí den.   32 quatrains

Danish

1785. C. A. Lund. "Landsbykirkegaarden." In Christian Iversen, Samling af Poesier for Aaret 1785. Odense: Iversen. 12mo.
UC   (170-N737b  
Begins, Højt lyder Bedeklokkens Slag.   9 stanzas of 8 ll.
Reprinted in Dansk Laesebog og Exempelsamling til de laerde Skolers Brug. Samlet af K[nud]. L[yhne]. Rahbek. 3d ed. Kjøbenhavn: J. Hostrup Shultz, 1825, II, 248-51 (Not in the first ed.). Also printed in C. A. Lund's Efterladte Digte [posthumous poems]. Kjøbenhavn: Bianco Luno and Schneider, 1836, pp. 19-22. See #182.   UC

French
(See Rochedieu, #17b.)

1770. Marquis de Villevielle. Rochedieu (#17b, p. 130) notes this as published Paris: Le Jay, 1770, 4 v. in-12. I have been unable to find it.
(171-N740  
1788. Père Guédon de Berchère.
BM   (172-N742  
For Père read Pierre.

1797. Pierre Jean George Cabanis. In Mélanges de littérature allemande, etc. Paris: Smits an V., 1797. 8vo.
(173-N746  
Nicholas le Deist de Kérivalant. "Le cimetière. . ." Revised form. Reprinted in Monthly Magazine, supplementary no., XX (Jan. 31, 1806), 650-52.
(174-N749a  
32 quatrains

M. de Nantes. "Le cimetière de campagne — élégie. Traduite de l'anglaise de Gray." In Paris pendant l'année, XVI (Dec. 11, 1797), 359-62.
NYP   (175-N749c  
Begins, De la cloche du soir j'entends les sons funèbres.   32 quatrains

M. de St. Malo. "Les tombeaux champêtres. Elégie imitée de Gray." In Paris pendant l'année, XVI (Dec. 11, 1797), 362-65.
NYP   (176-N749d  
Begins, Dans les airs frémissans, j'entends le long murmure.   105 ll. (alexandrines)

1898. Henri Potez. Ll. 1-16. In his L'élégie. . . (#256), pp. 307-10.
(177-N770a  
Prose. Begins, Le couvre-feu sonne le glas du jour qui s'en va. . . .

1925. Pierre Berger. "Elégie écrite dans un cimetière de campagne." In his #75, pp. 64-69.
(178  
Begins, Le couvre-feu tinte le glas du jour qui s'en va.   32 quatrains

1934. Roger Martin. "Elégie écrite dans un cimetière de campagne." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 415-17.
(178a  
Begins, Le couvre-feu sonne le glas du jour qui passe.   33 quatrains
The 4 rejected stanzas of the Eton MS. are transl., p. 421.




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Reprinted in revised form in #76a.

1946. Louis F. Cazamian. "Elégie écrite dans un cimetière de campagne." In his Anthologie de la poésie anglaise. . . Paris: Delamain et Boutelleau, 1947 [Copyright date 1946], pp. 149-52.
LC   (179  
Begins, Le couvre-feu sonne le glas du jour qui tombe.   80 ll. (transl. of ll. 1-20, 29-36, 44-56, 73-76, 93-128.) Accompanied by English text.

Partially reprinted in his Symbolisme et poésie. L'exemple anglais. Neuchatel, Suisse: Histoire et société d'aujourd'hui. Editions de la Baconnière, 1947, pp. 60-63.
(180  
Translates ll. 1-16, 93-100, 105-116.

Greek

1871. Geo. Denman. Gray's Elegy, translated into Greek. . .
(181-N632  
Reprinted in Intervalla: verses, Greek, Latin, and English by the Rt. Hon. George Denman. . . For private circulation. Cambridge: University Press, 1898, pp. 2-11.   LC

Icelandic

1838. [Sveinbjörn Egilsson]. "Kirkjugarđs vísur." In Sunnan-Pósturinn [monthly] III (Reykjavík, 1838), 29-30. 8vo.
(182-N795c  
Begins, Heyri eg hlióm i húmi.   9 stanzas of 8 ll.
Free transl. from the Danish of C. A. Lund, #170.
Reprinted in Egilsson's Ljódmoeli. Reykjavík, 1856, 8vo. Pp. 204-07.

Italian

1772. Melchiorre Cesarotti. "Elegia inglese. . ."
(182a-N796  
Reprinted in Marcello Mazzoni, ed. Fiori e glorie della letteratura inglese, offerti nelle due lingue inglese ed italiana da Marcello Mazzoni. Milano: Pirotta, 1844, Pt. II, pp. 141-43. English text, Pt. I, pp. 188-89 (ll. 1-56). Biog. sketch in Eng., Pt. I, pp. 186-87; in Ital., Pt. II, pp. 139-40.   LC

1781. Giovanni Povoleri. A transl. into Tuscan?
(183-N799a  
Mrs. Thrale (Oct. 15, 1781) notes that Povoleri made such a transl., but I can find no record of its publication. See Thraliana. . . K. G. Balderston, ed., Oxford: Clarendon, 1942, I, 514-15.

1833. C. M. Vicenza. Il cimitero campestre, libera versione di C. M. Vicenza. Piccotti, 1833.
(183a-N809a  
Noted by Fucilla (#950). I have been unable to find a copy.

1837. Traduzione dell'Elegia del celebre Tommaso Gray sopra un cimitero di campagna. Verona: Paolo Libanti, 1837.
(183b-N810a  




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Noted by Fucilla (#950). I have been unable to find a copy.

1841. Giovanni Vitali. "Elegia scritta in un cimiterio campestre." In Varie poesie inglesi in prosa italiana voltate da Giovanni Vitali milanese. Milano: Luigi di Giacomo Pirola, 1841.
(183c-N810b  
Noted by Fucilla (#950). I have been unable to find a copy.

1916. Guglielmo Grant. Elegia scritta in un rustico camposanto. Versione di Gugl. Grant. Roma: t. del Senato, 1916.
(183d-N818b  
16mo. Pp. 19. Eng. and Ital. texts on alternate pages.
Begins, La mesta squilla annunzia el di che muore.   128 ll.

1946. Lauro Roberti-Fletcher [pseud. of Guido Manacorda]. Elegia di un cimitero campestre: a cura di Lauro Roberti-Fletcher. Firenze, Fussi, Sancasciano: tip. Stianti, s. a., [1946]. (Il Melograno. Scritti rari e rappresentativi di poesia e pensiero in versione d'arte con testo a fronte, IV)
BNF   (183e  
16mo. Pp. 44. Eng. and Ital. texts on alternate pages. Reprinted in 1952.
Begins, Suona il coprifuoco: saluto estremo del morente giorno.   133 ll.

Latin

1786. Arthur Murphy. "Elegia Thomae Gray, in carmen latinum conversa. Ode. In coemeterio rustico scripta." In The works of Arthur Murphy. . . London: T. Cadell, 1786, VII, [225]-24O.
UP   (184-N826'. See N840  
Begins, Eheu! fugaces praecipiti rotâ.   178 ll.
English text at bottom of pages.

1924. Armine Kent. In "Memorabilia." N&Q, Nov. 29, 1924, p. 384, Kent is noted as having translated l. 36 as Fama regat currum, stat tibi meta, mori.
(185  
1936. Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro. In John H. Cameron. "Munro's Latin version of Gray's Elegy." The School, secondary section (Toronto), XXV (Oct., 1936), 127-31.
UP   (186  
Reprints Munro's 1873 transl. (N846). 128 ll.

1938. P[ercival]. R[obt]. Brinton. Fallentis semita vitae. A rendering into Latin elegiac verse of Gray's Elegy written in a country church-yard. By the Rev. P. R. Brinton. . . Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, Blackwell, 1938, pp. 15.
LC   (187  
Begins, Vespertina diem luget campana cadentem.   32 quatrains
Latin on the evenly numbered pp., English on the odd.
Rev. TLS, Feb 4. 1939, p. 78.

Portuguese

1792. Antonio de Araujo de Azevedo, conde de Barca.
(187a-N858  




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A later ed. is recorded in an unidentified clipping from a Bowes & Bowes catalogue: Thomas Gray. Elegia escrita no adro de uma igreja de aldeia, traduzida na lingoa portugeza (de Araujo de Azevedo, conde de Barca), 1817. 4to. No place of publ. or printer's name but said to be printed at Hamburg.

Russian

1785. In Pokoiashchiisia trudoliubets (Moscow), 1785, pp. 187-93.
(188-N859a  
I have not seen this periodical.

1789. "Elegiia na sel'skoe kladbishche. Soch G. [Mr.] Greia. "In Beseduiushchii grazhdanin, III (1789), 138-44.
LC, NYP   (189-N859b  
Prose. Begins, Uzhe slyshu plachevnyi zvuk kolokola. . . .

1798. Petr Kozlovskii. "Syn Melankholii. Elegiia Greeva, napisannaia na derevenskom kladbishche." In Ippokrena, ili utekhi liubosloviia, II (1798), 2-12.
HU   (190-N859c  
Prose. Begins, Ia slyshu glukhoi ston vecherniago kolokola. . . .
(There are two other passages which may refer to Gray in Ippokrena, I, 249; III, 103.)

1800. "Elegiia, pisannaia na sel'skom kladbishche." In Ippokrena, ili utekhi liubosloviia, VI (1800), 440-48.
HU, LC   (191-N859d  
Prose. Begins, Pozdnyi kolokol vozvieshchaet smertnyi zvon prekhodiashchago dnia. . . .
Signed (p. 448): Gre.

1801. A prose paraphrase of part of the El. In Ippokrena, ili utekhi liubosloviia, IX (1801), 117.
HU, LC   (192-N859e  
1802. Vasily Andreevich Zhukovsky (Zhukovskii). "Sel'skoe kladbishche. . ." In Vestnik Evropy, VI (1802), 319-25.
LC   (193-N860  
140 ll.

Spanish
(See also #19b.)

1805. "El cementerio del aldea. Elegía de Gray, traducida libremente del inglés." In Minerva ó el revisor general, obra periódica (Madrid, Vega), no. 14 (Noviembre 15, 1805), [105]-111.
BNc   (194-N861a  
Prose. Begins, Oigo ya el fúnebre tañido de la campana que me avisa de que se acaba el dia.
See Peers, #311, p. 416.

1822. Manuel Norberto Pérez del Camino. "Elegía escrita sobre el cementerio de una aldea (Imitación del inglés)." In Gabriel Legouvé, El mérito de las mugeres, los recuerdos, la sepultura, la melancolía; poemas de Gabriel Legouvé. Traducidos en verso castellano, por Don M. N. Pérez de Camino. Burdeos: Lawalle jóven, 1822, pp. 282-92.
HS   (195-N861b  
Begins, Ya la campana en lúgubre lamento.   59 stanzas (171 ll.)




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About 1823. José Antonio Miralla. Reprinted in following publications:
(196-N862  
Guardia nacional (Barcelona), May 29, 1837.
    I have been unable to find this periodical. See Peers, #311, pp. 415-16.
La Tertulia. Periódico semanal de literatura y de artes (Cádiz). Num. 42 (Domingo 29 abril de 1849), 4-5.   0U
    Miralla's name is not mentioned.
Calixto Oyuela, ed. Antología poética hispano-americana con notas biográficas y críticas. Buenos Aires: Angel Estrada, 1919-1920, I, [423]-28.   UT, LC
    See also pp. 532-34.
[Sir Eugen Millington-Drake, comp.], Joyas de la poesía inglesa desde Shakespeare hasta Kipling. . . Buenos Aires, 1941.
    Miralla's transl. and English text printed on opposing pages, pp. 66-79.
    Comment by Drake, pp. 24-27, by Patricio Gannon, pp. 34-35. Biog. note, pp. 64-65.
    2d ed, Buenos Aires: Eng. Assoc. of Argentine Culture and the British Council, 1942, transl., pp. 70-83. Comments and note, pp. 26-29, 36-37, 68-69.   LC

1840. José Fernández-Guerra. "El cementerio de la aldea. (Imitación de Grai.)." In La Alhambra; periódico de ciencias, literatura y bellas artes (Granada), III (1840), 207-10.
BN, UG, UT (197-N863a  
Begins, La campana ya fúnebre tañia.   211 ll.
Read at a competition of the Liceo de Granada on the night of July 24, 1840. See Peers, #311, pp. 416-17, and J. D. M. Ford, 'English influence upon Spanish literature in the early part of the nineteenth century.' PMLA, XVI (1901), 455.

Before 1841. José Vicente Alonso (1775-1841). (?)
(198-N863b  
No data concerning title, publisher, date. In tercetos according to Leopoldo Augusto de Cueto, Poetas líricos del siglo XVIII, Madrid: Rivadeneyra, 1875, III, 664. Also noted by Cueto in his Historia critica de la poesía castellana en el siglo XVIII, 3a ed., Madrid. «Sucesores de Rivadeneyra», 1893, III, 473. See Menendez y Pelayo, #255, II, 410-11; Peers #311, 415n. Buchanan (#272) doubts that it was ever published.

1843. José de Urcullu. "El cementerio de la aldea." In La Colmena. Periódico trimestre de ciencias, artes, historia y literatura. Redactado por D. Angel de Villalobos. (London, Ackermann), II (1843), 73-77, 175-78.
CSB   (199-N863c  
Preface by Villalobos, pp. 73-74. Explanatory letter from Urcullu to one of the Ackermanns, pp. 74. Text with nine engraved illus., pp. 74-77, 175-78. Described by Peers, #311, p. 416.
Begins, Del moribundo dia.   32 stanzas of 6 ll.

1850. José Fernandez-Guerra. "El cementerio de la aldea. (Imitación de Gray.)." In El Heraldo. Periódico político, religioso, literario é industrial (edicion de Madrid). (Paris: Director y propietario C. A. Saavedra) Número 2417 (April 7, 1850), [Photostats do not show any page numbers].
BNc   (200-N863d  
In a memorial article on Fernández-Guerra signed by M. Cañete.
Begins, La luz desmaya que ostentara el dia.   178 ll. (tercetos)
Reprinted in Poesias de D. Manuel Cañete. . . Madrid: Rivadeneyra, 1859. Note 33, pp. 284-88.   BNc, UT

1860. [Enrique de Vedia.] Elegia / escrita en un cementerio campestre / de Tomas Gray / traducida en verso castellano.
BNc, UP   (201-N864  




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N. p., n. d. [Prefaced by a letter of dedication to Señor Don Carlos Gutiérrez, Honduran minister, dated Liverpool, April 1, 1860, and signed H. L. de Vedia]. 24mo. Pp. 16 consisting of p. [1], t-p; p. [2], blank; p. [3], Dedication; p. [4], blank; pp. 5-6. 'Advertencia [By Vedia, explaining that Torri's collection of transl. of El (N581) inspired him to make this one]; pp. 7-16, text.
Begins, Ya de la queda el toque reposado.   63 quatrains
Withdrawn from circulation because of typographical errors but printed in Spanish and American periodicals (unidentified) according to Menéndez y Pelayo, #255, II, 412n. See Peers, #311, pp. 417-18.
Reprinted in Miguel Antonio Caro. Traducciones poéticas. Bogotá: Libreria Americana, 1889, pp. 206-16.   HS.   Attributed by Caro to D. Hevia (Printer's error?).

1886. Eduardo Hall. "Elejia. Sobre un cementerio de aldea." In his Brisas tropicales. Colección de poesías de Eduardo Hall [posthumous ed. by his son Guillermo F. Hall]. Nueva York: Louis Weiss, 1886, pp. 36-41.
HU, LC, TU   (201a-N864''  
Begins, Muere el día. Mujiendo va el ganado.   32 quatrains

1888. Ignacio Gómez. "Elegía escrita en el cementerio de una aldea." In Ramón Uriarte, Galería poética, centro-americana. . . [2 ed.] Guatemala: La Unión, 1888, I, 207-211.
LC   (202-N864b  
Begins, Ya el bronce anuncia el moribundo día.

1914. Roberto MacDouall. "Elegía escrita en un cementerio de aldea." In La revista del Ateneo hispano americano (Washington), I, No. 1 (Feb., 1914), 12-18.
PAU, UT   (203-N864c  
Transl. accompanied by Eng. text. Entire article is entitled 'La Elegía de Gray. Traducción castellana del poeta colombiano Don Roberto MacDouall.' 'Nota de la redacción,' pp. 12-13. appears in Eng. transl., p. 46.
Begins, La tarde va a espirar, dobla la esquila.   35 quatrains, the last 3 'Epitafio,' The final quatrain is incorrectly numbered 'XXV.'
Also in Roberto Mc [sic] Douall. Sus poesías. Proemio by Daniel Arias Argaez. Bogotá: Editorial de Cromos. [19--], pp. 126-33.   LC, PAU, YU
Date of publication seems to be 1913 or later. Comment, p. xxi. Title: 'Elegía (Escrita en un cementerio de aldea).' No separate title for Epitaph. Begins, La noche va a expirar, dobla la esquila.
Commented on by Buchanan, #272, and in Roberto Mc. [sic] Douall and V. E. Caro, trs. Traducciones teatrales (Biblioteca Aldeana de Colombia; selección Samper Ortega. Serie teatro. No. 96). Bogotá: Editorial Minerva, 1936, p. 12.   UT

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS
English

1755. John Gilbert Cooper. The tomb of Shakespeare. A poetical vision. London: R. & J. Dodsley, 1755. 4to. pp. 12.
BM   (204-N868a  
Reprinted in Anderson's Works of the British poets, London, 1795, X, 792-93. See also p. 770.
Begins, What time the jocund rosy-bosom'd hours.   41 quatrains

1762. [Edw. Jerningham.] The nunnery. . .
(204a-N873b  
1762, rather than 1764 (See N882), is the probable date since J. B. A. Suard published a French transl. of The nunnery in Le journal étranqer, Sept., 1762. See Hunter, #765, p. 91.

1765. Wm Julius Mickle. Pollio, an elegiac ode, written in the wood near Roslin Castle [in 1762].
(204b-N888a  




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Begins, The peaceful evening breathes her balmy store.   34 quatrains
According to Anderson, p. 629, published in 1765, 4to. I have not seen a copy of this edition.
Reprinted by Anderson, British poets (1794), XI, 639-40. and by Chalmers, English poets (1810), XVII, 516-17.

1769. Marcus. "Epitaph." Reprinted with Cole's indignant comment in The Monthly Magazine, XVII (May 1, 1804), 352-53.
(205-N892  
1782. Tho. Edwards "Additional stanzas for the Elegy." Reprinted in The Port Folio, III (Aug. 27, 1803), 277.
(206-N903  
1789. [Geo. Richards?]. The political passing bell: an elegy. . . Reprinted by Wm Abbatt in Extra no. 48 of The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, XII, Extra nos. 45-48 (1916), [335]-353.
UP   (207-N917  
1790. G. "Elegy." In The Universal Magazine, LXXXVI (June, 1790), 331-32.
LCp   (208-N918a  
Begins, Loud screamed the owl, and bats had winged their way.   8 quatrains

1791. Anna. "Reflections in a country church yard." In The Lady's Magazine, XXII (Jan., 1791), 46-47.
HU, LC, YU   (209-N918b  
Begins, Soft o'er the gloomy mansions of the dead.   67 ll. (heroic couplets with 1 triplet)

1795. Hanslopiensis. "Reflections during an evening's walk in a country churchyard." In The Gentleman's Magazine, LXV (Nov., 1795), 950-51.
(210-N922b  
Begins, Hail, sacred Mansions of secure Repose.   54 ll.

1796. I. T. R. "Elegy in Westminster Abbey." In The Monthly Magazine, I (Feb., 1796), 56.
(211-N926'  
Begins, No more I wander the muse-haunted grove.   18 quatrains

1797. Wm Mason. "Elegy written in a church-yard in South Wales." In his Works. . ., York, 1797, III, 53-59.
(211a-N926b  
Begins, From southern Cambria's richly varied clime.   26 quatrains
Written in 1787. Reprinted in 'Biographical anecdotes and characters,['] in The New Annual Register, 1797, pp. 172-74.

1798. I. T. R. "Elegy. Written in Fleet-Street." In The Monthly Magazine, VI (Oct., 1798), 285-86.
(212-N927a  
Begins, St. Dunstan's bells proclaim departed day.   32 quatrains

Valdarno [Wm Beckford of Jamaica?]. "Upon a winter's walk, in the evening, in Westminster Abbey." In The Monthly Mirror, VI (Dec., 1798), 361-62.
(213-N927b  
Begins, Ah! how I joy to tread these cloister'd aisles.   14 ll.

1799. Lycidas. "Elegy." In The Monthly Mirror, VIII
(Aug., 1799), 106-08.
(214-N928a  
Begins, With mind ill-tun'd I woke the Lyre of Gray.   20 quatrains




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1800. John Davis. "In me ipsum." In The European Magazine, XXXVII (June, 1800), 472.
(215-N930a  
Imit. of Epitaph.
Begins, Should some lone trav'ller, that delights in song.   6 quatrains

1801. N. Bull. "Elegy, written during a burial in a country church-yard." In The Gentleman's Magazine, LXXXIX (Mar., 1801), 260.
(216-N930b  
Begins, What sound, wide trembling on the passing gale.   7 quatrains

1802. A parody. In the New York Evening Post. Noted in The Port Folio, II (July 10, 1802), 215. I have not seen this parody, which is said to be "at the expense of Mr. Jefferson and African philosophy."
(217-N931a  
1804. [John] Scott of Amwell. In The Port Folio, IV (Dec. 1, 1804), 382-83.
(218-N933a  
A prose summary of the El said to be reprinted from The Monthly Magazine, Sept., 1804, although I have not been able to find it in that issue.

1806. "In a country church-yard." In The Gentleman's Magazine, C (Sept., 1806), 848.
(219-N934a  
Begins, Tread soft, ye mortals, o'er this hallow'd ground!   3 quatrains

1820. Peter Daniel. An elegy written in St. Pancras Churchyard. . . London, 1820.
(219a-N957a  
A copy of another edition, London: for Jas Daniel, 1821, 8vo, 16 pp., according to Francesco Cordasco (N&Q, Apr. 14, 1951, p. 161), is owned by HL; but investigation by H. R. Mead of HL and Prof. French Fogle has definitely established that no copy of Daniel's Elegy is at HL. See Mead, N&Q Oct. 27, 1951, p. 482, and H. Starr, Ibid., Dec. 22, p. 570.

1823. [Jas D. Knowles.] "Supplement to Gray's Elegy in a church yard."
(219b-N961  
Begins, No airy dreams their fancies fired.   9 quatrains
Reprinted in #1212 as 'Additional stanzas by James D. Knowles.'

1832. [Pierce Egan?]. "The gambler." Reprinted by Edgar Syers, "A parody on Gray's 'Elegy'." N&Q, Oct. 7, 1939, pp. 254-55.
(220-N970  
See Rhedecynian, Aug. 5, p. 98.

1875. [Chas Wm] Shirley Brooks. "Mnemosyne. A prize poem." In his Wit and humor. . . London: Bradbury, Agnew, 1875, pp. 230-32.
LCp   (221-N992a  
Poem dated 1865.
Begins, Full many a gem of purest ray serene.   17 quatrains
Reprinted in E[dmund]. V[alpy]. Knox, ed., Humorous verse, an anthology. London: Chatto & Windus, Phoenix Libr., 1931, pp. 9-10.

1916. [John Collins Squire]. "If Gray had had to write his Elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River. . ." In The Century, XCII (Sept., 1916), [793].
(222-N1021b  
12 quatrains
Reprinted in Squire's Collected parodies, London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1921], pp. 86-88, and in David McCord, ed., What cheer, New York: Coward-McCann, 1945, reprinted as The pocket book of humorous verse, New York, 1946, pp. 254-56. 17 quatrains in these editions.




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1917. Christopher Morley. "Elegy written in a country coal-bin." In The Century Magazine, LXXI (Feb., 1917), 639-40.
(223  
Begins, The furnace tolls the knell of falling steam.   6 quatrains
Reprinted in Morley's Songs for a little house, New York: Doran, 1917, pp. 105-06; in his Poems, Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1929, p. 116 (only the first 5 stanzas); and by Brenda H. Green in Howard Collins, 'Your literary I. Q.,' SRL, Dec. 25, 1948, p. 27, question 18 (only the first stanza).

1922. G. K. Chesterton. "Elegy in a country churchyard." In his The ballad of St. Barbara and other verses. London: Cecil Palmer, 1922, p. 9.
SC   (224  
Begins, The men that worked for England.   3 quatrains
Reprinted in Chesterton's Collected poems, New York: Dodd, Mead, 1937, p. 60; in Louis Untermeyer, ed., A treasury of great poems, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1942, p. 1077; in David McCord, ed., What cheer, New York: Coward-McCann, 1945, reprinted as The pocket book of humorous verse, New York. 1946, p. 222.

1928. Stephen Leacock. "An elegy written near a city freight yard." In The Forum (New York), LXXIX (May, 1928), [690-93].
(225  
Drawings by Johan Bull.
Begins, The Factory Whistles blow across the way.   16 quatrains

Yadnarie. "Lines written in a cloistered rubbish-yard." In The Adelaide University Magazine, VI, no. 19 (Oct. 8, 1928), 24.
(226  
Begins, The whistles scream the knell of parting day.   11 quatrains

1929. J. C. H. Hill. "Gray up to date." In Punch, CLXXVII (Oct. 30, 1929), 484.
(227  
Begins, The opening pub salutes the close of day.   10 quatrains

1931. Oscar Lloyd. "Light Gray." In Punch, CLXXXI (Dec. 9, 1931), 639.
(228  
Begins, In Upton-cum-Chalvey the curfew is sounding.   4 quatrains

1934. Al Graham. "'Elegy' in modern dress or radio advertising in the 18th century." In Scholastic, XXV (Nov. 17, 1934), 6, 9.
(229  
Said to be reprinted from 'The conning tower,' New York Herald Tribune.
Prose. An 18th c. broadcast of the El.

1935. [Sir] J[ohn]. C. S[quire]. "In another country churchyard." In Punch, CLXXXVIII (Feb. 6, 1935), 154.
(230  
Begins, The curfew tolls the knell of parting day.   6 stanzas of 8 ll.
Political satire.

1939. [Sir] J[ohn]. S[quire]. "Elegy in a country churchyard. On hearing of the appointment of a Controller of Bird-Seed." In Punch, CXCVII (Nov. 15, 1939), 542.
(231  
Begins, Well, never mind what's past and gone.   75 ll.

1942. Leo Kennedy. "Elegy in a suburban churchyard." In The Canadian Forum, XXI (Jan., 1942), 313.
(232  
Subheading: 'AVAILABLE for retired persons, choice lots. . . for immediate occupancy. Beautiful landscaped grounds. Complete privacy. Classified.'
Begins, This village where the dead resort.   24 ll.




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1946. Gerald Lynton Kaufman. "Circle-elegee. Geo-metric verse, poetry forms in mathematics written mostly for fanatics." In SRL, Oct. 12, 1946, p. 22.
(233  
Begins, The curfew tolls.   15 ll.

French

1810. Alphonse L. Lamartine. In Correspondance de Lamartine, publiée par Mme. Valentine de Lamartine. Deuxième édition. Paris: Hachette; Furne: Jouvet, 1881, I, 145.
(234-N1024a  
A 50 ll. poem in a letter to M. Aymon de Virieu, Mâcon, 30 août 1810, pp. 143-45. Roth (#292) notes debt of ll. 39-42 to El, ll. 45-48, 57-60. 'Que de talents par cet oubli du sort / Sont en naissant condamnés a la mort! / Peutêtre ici dans un oubli stérile / Dort un rival d'Homère ou de Virgile.'

1855. Pierre Chas Baudelaire. "Le Guignon." Les fleurs du mal. In Revue des deux mondes, 2d ser. X (June, 1855), 1091-92.
UP   (235-N1025'  
Mainte fleur épanche à son regret / Son parfum doux comme un secret / Dans les solitudes profondes. Cf. El, ll. 55-56.

German

1787. Friedrich Matthisson. "Elegie in den Ruinen eines alten Bergschlosses geschrieben." In Voss'scher Musen Almanach, 1787, p. 3, and in Matthisson's Gedichte. . . Mannheim in der neuen Hof- und akademischen Buchhandlung, 1787, p. 5.
(235a-N1025c  
Begins, Schweigend in der Abenddämmrung Schleier.   12 stanzas of 8 ll.
For other eds. see the reprinting of the 'Elegie. . .' in Matthisson's Gedichte, Göttfried Bolsing, ed., Tübingen, 1912, pp. 114-17. (Bibliothek des litterarischen Vereins in Stuttgart, CCLVII) Bölsing also reprints Matthisson's essay 'Ein Blik in die Zukunft' (from Denkmale am Lebenswege, originally published as Manuskript für Freunde, 1782) in which the El, ll. 125-28, is quoted, p. 256. See also Heckedorn, #305.

Italian

1845. Sigismondo Visconti. "Il cimitero di campagna." In Poesie del cavaliere Sigismondo Visconti. . . Milano: Luigi di Giacomo Pirola, 1845, pp. [71]-73.
UI   (235b-N1025d  
Begins, Ove son io? agli attoniti.   18 quatrains
Reprinted in Ricordo d'amicizia, dono pel capo d'anno e pei giorni onomastici. Milano: Carlo Canadelli, 1845. Noted by Fucilla, #950.

Norwegian

1833. Henrik Arnold Wergeland. "Til en gran." [To a pine-tree] In his Digte 2den Ring, 1833.
(236-N1026'  
Begins, Bekrandste høie Aetling af.   10 stanzas of 7 ll.
See stanza 4. Noted by Burchardt, #692, p. 91, n. 2.
Reprinted in Wergeland's Digtervaerker og prosaiske Skrifter. Kjøbenhavn:




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G. G. Gad, 1882-4 (LC); in his Mindre digte, i udvalg ved dr. Arne Løchen. Kristiania: H. Asche Houg, 1897 (Norske Klassikere, IV), pp. 10-13; in his Samlede Skrifter. . ., utgit av Herman Jaeger. . . Kristiania: Steenske Forlag, 1918 (LC); transl. by Hardy in Wergeland's Poems, transl. G. M. Gathorne-Hardy, Jethro Bithell and I. Grøndahl, intro. by Hardy, pref. by Francis Bull. Oslo, Gyldendal, Norsk Forlag, Hodder & Stoughton, 1929, pp. 34-37 (LC).

CRITICISM

1753. [John Hill]. The Inspector. . . London, 1753, I, 19.
(237-N1026a  
Essay No. 2 in the 1753 ed. contains a poem 'To the author of an Elegy written in a country church-yard,' which is omitted from the 1751 ed. noted by N.

1793. Jas Boswell. Letter [to Jas Abercrombie], July 28, 1793. In The Port Folio, I (Jan. 10, 1801), 10-11.
(238-N1035a  
1797. "Original anecdotes. . . Robert Burns." In The Monthly Magazine, III (Mar., 1797), 214.
(239-N1039a  
Burns' debt to the El.

1801. A Hunter after Genius. Letter in The Monthly Magazine, XI (May, 1801), 315.
(240-N1039c  
Quotes El, ll. 45-60, with comment.

"The life of Parnell." In The Port Folio, I (Oct. 31, 1801), 346.
(241-N1039d  
Goldsmith's and Johnson's views on the Night piece and the El.

1805. "Silva No. 5." In The Monthly Anthology, II (July, 1805), 353.
(242-N1040'  
Resemblance between El, ll. 4-8, and Collins' Ode to eve., ll. 9-12.

1806. "Variety." In The Port Folio, n. s. II (Oct. 4, 1806), 206.
(243-N1040''  
On ll. 39-40.

1808. [John Stickney]. "Elegiack poetry." In "Silva No. 46," The Monthly Anthology, V (Dec., 1808), 657.
(244-N1041'  
The author can hardly, 'at one sitting, read even the Elegy. . . from one end to the other.'

1810. [Jas Savage]. "Silva No. 61. . . Gray's Elegy." In The Monthly Anthology, VIII (Mar., 1810), 166-67.
(245-N1041b  
See Howe, #635, p. 225.

1815. John Playfair. "Biographical account of the late John Robison, LL. D. . . ." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, VII (1815), [495]-539.
LC, UP   (245-N1041b  
Read Feb. 20, 1815. Robison's account of Gen. Wolfe's remarks on the El, p. 499. Reprinted in Henry Mackenzie, N1659, and in The works of John Playfair. . . Edinburgh: Archibald Constable; London: Hurst, Robinson, 1822, IV, 126-27. LCp

1819. K. "Original reading of Gray's Elegy." In The Monthly Magazine, XLVIII (Pt II for 1819, Dec. 1, 1819), 404-05.
(247-N1042b  




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'There are early editions of Gray's Elegy, in which it forms a finer work of art than in its present shape.' Suggests a rearrangement of ll. and stanzas: 1. 3, 1. 2, 1. 1, 1. 4 and stanzas 2, 4, 1, 3.

1831. Upton Church. Illus. The Mirror, II (1831), 217.
(248-N1046a  
1861. J. M. Hoppin. "The scene of Gray's Elegy." In The Independent, XIII, (Jan. 24, 1861), 6.
(248a-N1061a  
1868. J. G. "Shenstone, Gray, and Dryden." In The Gentleman's Magazine, o. s. CCXXVI (Dec., 1868), 122.
(249-N1062a  
Suggests that El, ll. 59-60. is from Annus mirabilis, ll. 849-54, not from Schoolmistress as stated by Hatton, #608.

1875. Wm Menzies. "Gray." In his Forest trees and woodland scenery, as described in ancient and modern poets. London: Longmans', Green, 1875, pp. [111]-14.
LC, YU   (250-N1070a  
Discusses trees in the El and suggests Upton as the churchyard. Illus. of Upton Church.

1876. Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo. In his Estudios criticos sobre escritores montañeses. Santander: Telésforo Martínez, 1876, p. 103.
(251-N1071b  
Span. transl. (#195-98).
Reprinted in his . . .Obras completas. . ., XI, Estudios y discursos de crítica histórica y literaria, ed., Enrique S. Reyes. Santander: S. A. de artes graficas, 1941, VI, 111.   UP

1877. G. A. S. "Echoes of the week." In The Illustrated London News, LXXI (July 28, 1877), 90.
(252-N1076a  
Mentions Doré's plan to illustrate the El. Suggests that El, ll. 1-4, is indebted to Dante, Inferno, Canto II.

1889. Edmund Gosse. See #126.
(253-N1091a  
The printing of the 'Redbreast' stanza.

1891. W. H. Sutton. N&Q, Sept. 19, 1891, p. 227.
(254-N1094a  
See also Corrie Leonard Thompson, Oct. 17, pp. 316-17; John Pickford, p. 317; Everard Home Coleman, Ibid.; Este, Ibid. and Dec. 5, p. 456; C. K., Sept. 10, 1892, p. 217; Este, Sept. 24, p. 255; C. K., Oct. 29, p. 352.
A discussion of the Grand Magazine of Magazines and whether or not it ever published the El. Comment on the controversy by Stokes, #158, p. 41.

1893. Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo. In his Antologia de poetas hispano-americanos. Madrid, 1893-5, 4v.
(255-N1095a  
Span. transl.
Reprinted in his Historia de la poesía hispano-americana (Obras completas). Madrid: Victoriano Suarez, 1913, I, 205, 228; II, 409-14.

1898. Henri Potez. In his L'Elégie en France avant le Romantisme (de Parny à Lamartine), 1778-1820. Paris: Calmann Lévy, 1898, pp. 307-310, 335, 350-51.
BrM, SC   (256-N1102a  
Influence of El on the French, esp. Gabriel Legouvé. See #177.

1899. [Francis Thompson]. "Landor and rose-water." In The Academy, Feb. 1899, pp. 209-11.
(257-N1103b  
Discusses Landor's criticism of the El., p. 210.




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Reprinted by Connolly, #1157, pp. 37-38.

1900. Tho. O'Hagan. In his Studies in poetry critical, analytical, interpretative. Boston: Marlier, Callanan, 1900, pp. [102]-14. Portr.
(258-N1111a  
1903-1934. Chas Evans. In his American bibliography: a chronological dictionary of all . . . publications printed in the United States . . . 1639 . . . to . . . 1820. Chicago: Privately printed by the Blakely Press. 1903-1934, 12v.
(259-N1114a  
Descriptions of early American eds. of El.

1910. Edwin Watts Chubb. "Gray writes the Elegy." In his Stories of authors, British and American. New York: Macmillan, 1910, 1926, pp. 37-41.
(260-N1133a  
1911. Pietro Bardi. In his Scrittori inglesi dell' ottocento. Bari: Gius. Laterza e Figli, 1911, 1912, pp. 2, [289]-290.
(261-N1134a  
1913. Arthur Bartlett Maurice. "The churchyard of Grey's [sic] Elegy." In The Bookman (New York), XXXVII (June, 1913), 421.
(262-N1139a  
Quotes ll. 33-36 with photo, of Stoke church and cemetery.

"General Wolfe's copy of Gray's Elegy. A discovery in Paris." In The London Daily Times, Jan. 15, 1913, p. 6.
(263-N1140a  
Location and description of the copy given to Wolfe by Katharine Lowther. See also Beckles Willson, 'Wolfe's copy of Gray's "Elegy".' Ibid., Jan. 21, 1913, p. 8.

Paget Toynbee. "Original manuscripts: Gray's 'Elegy'." In The London Daily Times, Dec. 12, 1913, p. 11.
(264-N1140b  
1915. Gustave Lanson. In his ed. of Lamartine's Méditations poétiques. Paris: Hachette, 1915, I, xv, lxviii, 12n, 52n, 196n.
UP   (265-N1142b  
1916. Paget Toynbee. "Gray's 'Elegy'." In TLS, Jan 27, 1916, p. 45.
(266-N1143a  
Incorrect numbering of the lines in the Pembroke MS.

1917. Geo. A. Macmillan "T. E. Kebbel and H. A. J. Munro." In TLS, Nov. 16, 1917, p. 556.
(267  
Replies: J. E. Sandys, Ibid., Nov. 23, p. 569; J. P. Postgate, pp. 569-70; A. A. B., p. 570; Geo. G. Loane, Nov. 30, p. 583; Wm Ridqeway, p. 583; H. C. Prideaux, Dec. 14, p. 620; Geo. Sloane Thomson, Mar. 1, 1918, p. 106; J. E. Sandys, Mar. 22, p. 141; Geo. G. T. Treherne, p. 141.
A discussion of the Kebbel and Munro controversy (See N825, 846) and of the transl. of the El made by Munro (N846), Wakefield (N825), Cooke (N784), Denman (N632, 793), and Davi[e]s (N865).

"Books and reading." In The New York Evening Post, Apr. 24, 1917, p. 8.
(268  
Parodies and transl. of the El (based on Northup, #3).

"1916 and after." In The New York Times Bk. Rev. Jan. 21,




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1917, p. 20.
(269  
Gray bi-centenary and restoration of Stoke church.

Clark S. Northup. "Byron and Gray." In MLN, XXXII (1917), 310-12.
(270-71  
An Armenian transl. of El incorrectly attributed to Byron. See N736.

1918. Milton A. Buchanan. "Gray's 'Elegy' in Spanish." In TLS, Apr. 19, 1918, p. 185. Also in MLN, XXXIII (1918), 441-42; Nation, CVI (Apr. 4, 1918), 404.
(272  
Supplements Northup, #3. Mentions #194-201, 202-03.

"Notes on sales." In TLS, Nov. 15, 1918, p. 560.
(273  
El first ed. sold at Sotheby's for £655.

1919. John Bailey. "Poetry and commonplace." (Warton Lec. on Eng. Poetry, X) In Proceedings of the British Academy, 1919-20, pp. 232-34.
(274  
Julia Patton. In her The English village: a literary study, 1750-1850. New York: Macmillan, 1919.
(275  
1920. Miguel Antonio Caro. "Ensayo métrico de una traducción de Byron." In his Obras completas. II: Estudios literarios, primera serie. Victor E. Caro and Antonio Gómez Restrepo, eds. Bogotá: Imprenta Nacional, 1920, pp. 348-49.
UP   (276  
Discusses the transl. of Miralla (#196) and Vedia (#201).

Ben C. Clough. "Full many a gem." In MLN, XXXV (1920), 117.
(277  
Suggests R. Wild's Iter boreale, 1671, as source of El, l. 53.

Chas Hen. Lockitt. In his The relations of French and English society (1763-1793). London: Longmans, Green, 1920. See index and p. 95.
(278  
". . .Shall Gray's monument [erected by John Penn] be sold? . . ." In The London Daily Times, June 19, 1920, p. 6.
(279  
Further accounts ibid., July 16, p. 16; Aug. 20, p. 8; Sept. 8, p. 7; Nov. 16, p. 12; Jan. 24, 1921, p. 7. See also New York Times, Sept. 8, 1920, p. 17. See #302.

E. Allison Peers. "Some provincial periodicals in Spain during the Romantic Movement." In MLR, XV (1920), 383, 385, 386, 387.
(280  
Comments on Guerra's transl.

1921. E. Basil Lupton. "Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, April 9, 1921, p. 294.
(281  
Replies: C. C. B., ibid., Apr. 16, p. 319; Edw. Bensly, Apr. 23, p. 339; Harold Williams, Apr. 30, p. 358; J. Foster Palmer, June 4, p. 457;
Discussion of silent, even, or noiseless tenour in l. 76 and of the interpretation of the Epitaph.

J. B. McGovern. "Variations in Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, Mar. 26, 1921, pp. 249-50.
(282  
Asks what is the final text of the El. Reply by Edw. Bensly, ibid., Apr.




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23, p. 336.

Howard Edwards. "American edition of Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, June 25, 1921, p. 509.
(283  
Replies: Stevenson H. Walsh, ibid., Aug. 27, p. 176; M. Ray Sanborn, Oct. 8, p. 296.
Descriptions of #141, N517, and N560.

*P[aul]. Van Tieghem. In his La poésie de la nuit et des tombeaux en Europe au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: F. Rieder, 1921.
(284  
Reprinted with Les idylles de Gessner et le rêve pastoral as vol. II of Le préromantisme. Paris: Félix Alcan, 1930.
Influence of El on English and Continental writers, esp. the French.

1922. Theodore Maynard. In his Our best poets, English and American. New York: Holt, 1922, p. 95.
(285  
Squire's parody noted.

John Middleton Murry. "The poetry of William Collins." In his Countries of the mind: essays in literary criticism. New York: Dutton, 1922, pp. 93-94, 99n.
(286  
Sources of El in Thomson and Lucretius.

"Notes on sales," TLS, Nov. 23, 1922, p. 768.
(287  
J. W. G. Bond's first ed. of El sold for £650.

1923. Elbridge Colby. "Two slices of literature." In MLN, XXXVIII (1923), 479.
(288  
El as a poem representative of the 1740's.

R. S. Crane. "Gray's Elegy and Lycidas," In MLN, XXXVIII (1923), 183-84.
(289  
Suggests that some of the popularity of the El was due to its resemblance to Lycidas. Quotes Hill, #237.

Leonard R. Holme. "The church of Gray's Elegy." In New York Times Magazine, Nov. 18, 1923, p. 6.
(290  
IIlus. article on the danger to the church from real estate developments. See also Albert B. Kerr, N. Y. Times, Oct. 19, p. 18, and ibid., Sect. IX, Oct. 21, p. 9. See #302.

Newman Levy [pseud. Flaccus]. "The Elegy." In Harper's Magazine, CXLVII (Oct., 1923), 709-10.
(291  
A burlesque account of the writing of the El.

Georges Roth. "Lamartine et le Cimetière de campagne de Th. Gray." In RLC, III (Oct., 1923), 651-52.
(292  
See #234.

*Odell Shepard. "A youth to fortune and to fame unknown." In MP, XX (May, 1923), 347-73.
(293  
Believes that the Epitaph was originally written as a separate poem in memory of Rich. West. See Starr, #410.

1924. Hen. Broadbent. "A literary discovery at Eton." In TLS, May 22, 1924, p. 322. Also in Eton College Chronicle, May 19.
(294  
Previously unknown first ed. at Eton. Comment in The London Daily Times,




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May 19, p. 12, and in N&Q, May 24, p. 379.

Antonio Cippico. "The poetry of Ugo Foscolo." (Annual Italian Lecture) In Proceedings of the British Academy, XI (1924-25), 21.
(295  
"Memorabilia." In N&Q, Dec. 20, 1924, p. 438.
(296  
El first ed. sold for £1550.

Eric Partridge. In his The French romantics' knowledge of English literature (1820-1848) according to contemporary French memoirs, letters, and periodicals. Paris: Champion, 1924. (Bibliothèque de la Revue de littérature comparée, XIV)
(297  
'. . . the French have read too much sadness into his work.'

*Amy Louise Reed. In her The background of Gray's Elegy, a study in the taste for melancholy poetry 1700-1751. New York: Columbia Univ. Studies in Eng. & Comparative Lit., XXXV, 1924.
(298  
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, V (1924), 226-27; H. Clark, SRL, Dec. 27, 1924, p. 416; O. Burdett, LM, XII (June, 1925), 216-18; E. Greenlaw, SP, XXII (1925), 541-42; R. Martin, RAA, III (1925), 155-56; C. Moore, MLN, XL (1925), 431-35; G. M[oore]. S[mith]., MLR, XX (Oct., 1925), 498; TLS, Aug. 13, 1925, pp. 525-26; N. Crawford, Poetry, XXVII (Feb., 1926), 283-86; H. Schöffler, Beibl., XXXVIII (Mar., 1927), 68-71.

Vincent Starrett. "The most quoted poem and its author." In The Mentor, XII (Dec., 1924), 55.
(299  
Photo. of Stoke church and churchyard. Gray's early life and the publication of the El.

H. W. V. Temperley. "Two legends connected with Thomas Gray. II: Wolfe and Gray's Elegy," In In memoriam Adolphus William Ward, Master of Peterhouse, 1900-1924. Cambridge: University Press, 1924, pp. 113-23.
(300  
The London Daily Times, July 5, 1924, p. 11.
(301  
First ed. of El sold for £1550.

H. Howard Vyse and A. T. Barnett. "Stoke Poges in danger." In The London Daily Times, Apr. 21, 1924, p. 9.
(302  
Further comment: Leading article, ibid.: ibid., p. 11; A. G. Shaw, Apr. 25, p. 6; May 12, p. 16; Vyse and Barnett, June 10, p. 8; Leading article, ibid., p. 13; 2 photos, ibid., p. 16; T. S. Sterling, June 12, p. 8; Aug. 1, p. 14; 'Gray's country churchyard and the "madding crowd",' The World's Work, XLVIII (Sept., 1924), 473-74. See #279, 290, 304, 306, 307, 334.

1925. W[m]. N[ewnham]. C[hattin] Carlton. Thomas Gray's Elegy written in a country church yard: a bibliographical and descriptive note. New York: Privately printed at the Vreeland Press for the Geo. D. Smith Book Co., 1925.
(303  
Limited ed. of 1000 copies with description and fac. of t-p of first ed.

C. L. Graves. "Elegy and eulogy." In Punch, CLXVIII (May 13, 1925), 518.
(304  
Poem commemorating the El and the preservation of the churchyard.

Baron Heckedorn. "Un plagiaire allemand." In L'Alsace




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française, IX (May 16, 1925), 468-69.
HU, NYP   (305  
Matthisson's debt to the El. See #235a.

"Gray's churchyard saved." In The New York Times, April 20, 1925, p. 2.
(306  
"Gray's churchyard saved. World-wide response to the appeal. Land to be handed to the National Trust." In The London Daily Times, April 20, 1925, p. 11.
(307  
Further comment: ibid., p. 15; May 6, pp. 13, 17, 20 (with photos. of Lord Grey, church, and Gray memorial).

1926. *A. Bruce Black. "Parallelisms between Gray and other authors." In The Bookman's Journal. . ., XIV (Sept.-Oct., 1926), 153-55.
(307a  
*D. L. Drew. "Gray's Elegy and the classics." In CW, XIX (Feb. 1, 1926), 109-11.
(308  
The debt of the El, ll. 1-72, to Virgil (Georgics, II, 458-513) and of El, ll. 33-36, 83-92, to Lucretius, III, 1034-45, and III, 830-1094.

Mary Louise McLennan. "Stoke Poges: the inspiration of Gray's Elegy." In The Canadian Magazine, April, 1926, pp. 28-29.
(309  
"First edition of 'Elegy' brings $3000 at sale." In The New York Times, Jan. 16, 1926, p. 3.
(310  
E. Allison Peers. "The influence of Young and Gray in Spain." In MLR, XXI (1926), 415-18.
(311  
Aaron Schaffer. "Chateaubriand's reading during his 'emigration'." In PQ, V (1926), 263.
(312  
Stoke Poges Church [a guide-book].
(312a  
A 16 pp. pamphlet with 5 photographs. Professor Northup's copy was received in June, 1926.

Francis Griffin Stokes. "Gray's 'Elegy': the fourth edition." In TLS, Dec. 16, 1926, p. 935.
(313  
Believes there were two 'discrepant impressions.'

1927. A[nson]. C[onger]. Goodyear. In his The American and English autograph collection of Mr. A. C. Goodyear. . . Buffalo, N. Y. Anderson galleries, [1927], Item no. 240.
(314  
Wrapper of El MS. with note by Mason.

Ruth Avaline Hesselgrave. In her Lady Miller and the Batheaston literary circle. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1927, pp. 46-47.
(315  
Fredk M. Hopkins. "The world of rare books." In SRL, Aug. 20, 1927, p. 63.
(316  
Augustine Birrell's copy of first ed. sold for £350, £500, £1000.

"Price of Gray's Elegy." In The New York Times, Mar. 27, 1927, Sec. VIII, p. 14.
(317  
Copies sold at $5000 and $7000.




45

"Bidder [Chas Sessler] pays $4900 for Gray's 'Elegy'." In The New York Times, Nov. 3, 1927, p. 14.
(318  
Fredk Clarke Prescott. In his Poetry and myth. New York: Macmillan, 1927.
(319  
Interpretation of l. 20, p. 124. See also index.

Félix Walter. In his La littérature portugaise en Angleterre à l'époque romantique. Paris: Champion, 1927.
(320  
1928. David Anderson. In #157, pp. 15-21.
(320a  
Mary Louise Beech. "While the char-à-banc waited at Stoke Poges." In EJ, XVII (Nov., 1928), 760-62.
(321  
T. Llechid Jones. "First edition of Gray's 'Elegy': 'The MacGeorge Copy'." In N&Q, Apr. 21, 1928, p. 281. See also London Daily Times, Mar. 20, p. 18.
(322  
MacG. copy sold for £1550, another copy for £1290. Replies, N&Q, (May 5) by Archibald Sparke, p. 319, and by T. F. D., pp. 319-20.

Eugène Rovillain. "L.-S. Mercier et l'Elegy de Gráy." In MLN, XLIII (1928), 442-45.
(323  
Influence of El on Mercier's L'Homme sauvage, 1767.

Geo. H. W. Rylands. In his Words and poetry. With an introduction by Lytton Strachey. London: Hogarth Press; New York: Payson & Clarke, 1928, pp. xiii, 34, 84-85.
(324  
1929. John Alex. Chapman. In his Papers on Shelley, Wordsworth, & others. London: Oxford, 1929, pp. 108-09.
(325  
June E. Downey. In her Creative imagination: studies in the psychology of literature. New York: Harcourt, Brace; London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1929.
(326  
Jay B. Hubbell. In his The enjoyment of literature. New York: Macmillan, 1929.
(327  
J. B. McGovern. "The site of the churchyard of Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, May 11, 1929, p. 330.
(328  
Defends Stoke Poges as the site. Replies by: A. H. Taylor, June 1, pp. 394-95 (St Nicholas Thanington as site); Rich. Bentley, ibid., p. 395 (Upton); W. H. J., Sept. 14, p. 193 (Stoke Poges).

Daniel Mornet. In his French thought in the eighteenth century. Transl. by Lawrence M. Levin. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1929, p. 216.
(329  
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. "The English elegy, I, II." In his Studies in literature. Third series. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1929; New York: Putnam, 1930.
(329a  
Will Ransom. In his Private presses and their books. New York: R. R. Bowker, 1929, p. 375, no. 8.
(329b  
Description of #157.

I. A. Richards. In his Practical criticism. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1929.




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(330  
Chap. III, 'Sense and feeling,' pp. 206-07 (Discusses El 'as a supreme instance to show how powerful an exquisitely adjusted tone may be.'); Chap. V, 'Irrelevant associations and stock responses,' pp. 252-53 (Stock responses to El); Chap. VI, 'Sentimentality and inhibition,' p. 265.
Chap. III reprinted in Schorer, #1171, pp. 524-33.

A. D. T. In N&Q, May 25, 1929, pp. 371-72.
(331  
The meaning of ll. 69-70 of El. Replies by: Otto F. Babler, June 8, p. 412 (ref. to Vrchlického, #169), and H. Askew, June 15, p. 429.

Aneurin Williams. "Polyglott versions of Gray's Elegy." In N&Q, Jan. 29, 1929, p. 461.
(332  
Reply by Edw. Bensly, Sept. 21, p. 212.

John T. Winterich. "Gray's 'Elegy'." In Publishers' Weekly, CXVI (Dec. 21, 1929), 2839-44.
(333  
Describes composition and publication of El. Illus. with picture of Stoke, fac. of ll. 45-76, fac. of t-p of first ed., portr.
Reprinted in Winterich's 23 books & the stories behind them. Berkeley: Book Arts Club of the Univ. of Calif., 1938, pp. 13-21.

1930. Dorothy Allhusen. "For Gray's country churchyard." In The New York Times, Mar. 5, 1930, p. 22.
(334  
Appeal for funds. See also 'Industry's advance menaces church of Gray's Elegy,' Ibid., July 26, p. 6.

"On the tip of the tongue." In The New York Times, Apr. 27, 1930, p. 4 (editorial).
(335-6  
Edison's quotation of El. Comment by W. S., May 1, p. 28.

Geo. R. Stewart, Jr. In his The technique of English verse. New York: Holt, 1930.
(337  
Paul Dottin. In his La littérature anglaise. Paris: Armand Colin, 1931.
(338  
P. C. Ghosh. "Gray and Catullus." Beibl., XLII (1931), 31-32.
(339  
Catullus as source of El, l. 70.

Paul Hazard. "Foscolo et Gray au Nouveau-monde." In RLC, XI (1931), 5-12.
(340  
Discussion of Miralla's transl. of El (#196).

"Gray's Elegy is laid in Upton, not Stokes [sic]." In The New York Times, Nov. 30, 1931, p. 8.
(341  
Edw. G. Punke. "The attitude of English literature toward the humble, 1760-1798." In Ohio State Univ. Abstracts of doctor's diss., June, 1931, VI, 296.
(342  
E. Monro Purkis. In his William Shenstone. Poet and landscape gardener. Wolverhampton: Whitehead Bros., 1931, pp. 123, 128.
(343  
Debt of El to Shenstone and Gray's criticism of Shenstone.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 24, 1931, p. 1039 (See #345).

1932. Jas Boyd. In his Goethe's knowledge of English literature. Oxford: Clarendon, 1932.
(344  




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Influence of El on Werther.

H. H. Brown. "Gray and Shenstone." In TLS, Jan. 14, 1932, p. 28.
(345  
Comment on TLS rev. of Purkis (#343), discussing question of Gray's criticism of and debt to Shenstone. Replies by Leonard Whibley, Jan. 21, p. 44, and Marjorie Williams, Jan. 28, p. 60.

B. Ifor Evans. "Tennyson and the origins of the Golden Treasury." In TLS, Dec. 8, 1932, p. 941.
(346  
Tennyson's praise of the El.

C. P. "Over Gray's churchyard debate rages." In The New York Times Magazine, Mar. 13, 1932, pp. 14, 23.
(347  
Discusses attempts to identify churchyard. Photo. of Stoke. Eckhardt portr.

*Eleanor M. Sickels. In her The gloomy egotist. . . See #917.
(347a  
Fredk T. Wood. "Parodies of Gray's Elegy." In N&Q, Feb. 13, 1932, p. 122.
(348  
1933. G. K. Chesterton. "On Mr. Thomas Gray." In his All I survey; a book of essays. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1933, pp. 144-55.
(349  
Remarks that the identification of the churchyard is unimportant.

Norman R. F. Maier and H. Willard Reninger. In their A psychological approach to literary criticism. New York and London: Appleton, 1933, pp. 65-66.
(350  
V. R. "Gray's Elegy: classical reminiscence." In N&Q, Nov. 25, 1933, p. 371.
(351  
Suggests Horace as the source of El, l. 15, and Virgil as source of ll. 51-52, 59.

*"Gray's Elegy." In TLS (Leading article), July 27, 1933, pp. 501-02.
(352  
An analysis and criticism of the workmanship of the El (See #161). Further comment Aug. 3, p. 527, and by E. E. Kellett, Aug. 10, p. 537.

1934. Walter Crick. "Gray's Elegy." In The London Daily Times, Apr. 20, 1934, p. 10.
(353-4  
A quatrain attributed to Gray. Reply by W. A. S. Archbold, Apr. 24, p. 10.

L. C. Martin. "Thomas Warton and the early poems of Milton." (Warton Lec. on Eng. Poetry) In Proceedings of the British Academy, XX (1934), 29.
(355  
Ernest G. Moll. In his Poetry: the problem of appreciation. Eugene, Ore., Univ. of Ore. Pub. IV, no. 8 (1934), p. 7. (Studies in College Teaching, I, Bulletin no. 4)
(356  
"Famed churchyard safe." In The New York Times, Apr. 1, 1934, sec. IV, p. 2.
(357  
[Miss H. F. Westron]. "Elegiac." In Punch, CLXXXVII (Aug. 8, 1934), 159.
(358  
Comic prose dialog on the El.




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1935. J. Fisher. "James Hammond and the quatrain of Gray's Elegy." In MP, XXXII (1935), 301-10.
(358a  
Lewis M. Stark. "English literature as reflected in bookplate design." In Franklin Lectures. Sunapee, N. H.: Univ. of N. H., Aug., 1935, p. 61.
(359  
"Gray's 'Elegy' cantata at Stoke Poges." In The London Daily Times, July 31, 1935, p. 10.
(360  
1936. [Ben Abramson]. See #980.
(361  
R. W. Chapman. "Bibliographical notes: Young's 'Night Thoughts'." In TLS, Mar. 28, 1936, p. 284.
(362  
Reprintings of the El with Night thoughts.

A. H. Daehler. "The meaning of poetry." In Four lectures on the fine arts. Colorado Springs, Col., 1936, p. 21. (Colorado College Publication, Gen. Ser., No. 207)
(363  
Margaret Lee Wiley. "Eighteenth-century ideas of literary genius." In [Univ. of Va.] Abstracts of dissertations. . ., 1936, p. 27.
(364  
1937. J. Fisher. "Shenstone, Gray, and the 'Moral Elegy'." In MP, XXXIV (Feb., 1937), 273-94.
(365  
Relative dates of Gray's and Shenstone's elegies and the influence of Shenstone on the El.

Hibernicus. "Gray's Elegy: 'await' or 'awaits'?" In N&Q, May 1, 1937, 320-21.
(366  
*Francis Griffin Stokes. "Gray's 'Elegy'." In TLS, Feb. 6, 1937, p. 92.
(367  
Describes Owen's Miscellaneous Pieces, the 4th ed. (#136), and suggests that if the first ed. (as yet undiscovered) contained the El, it may antedate the Dodsley, 1751, first ed. of the El.

Edwin Wolf, 2nd. "Wolfe's copy of Gray's Elegy." In The Colophon, n. s. II (Summer, 1937), 381-91.
(368  
A description and history of Wolfe's 1754 copy.

1938. Wm Empson. In his English pastoral poetry [British title: Some versions of pastoral]. New York: W. W. Norton, 1938.
UP   (368a  
Mentions Bard (p. 207) and discusses El (pp. 4-5) as bourgeois propaganda with its 'complacence' and 'cheat in the implied politics.' See #381.

Paul H. Johnstone. "Turnips and romanticism." In Agricultural History, XII (1938), 234, 247.
(369  
Henri Martineau. "Thomas Gray, Beaudelaire et P.-J. Toulet." In Yggdrasill, Feb. 25, 1938, pp. 182-83.
(370  
Influence of El, ll. 53-56, upon Baudelaire and Toulet.

R. Michéa. "Le 'plaisir des tombeaux' au XVIIIe siècle." In RLC, XVIII (1938), 287, 303, 307, 310.
(371  
Robt K. Root. In his The poetical career of Alexander




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Pope. Princeton: Univ. Press, 1938.
(371a  
Rev. S. Chew, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Dec. 11, 1938, p. 24.

Michael Rothkrug. "An apparently unrecorded appearance of Gray's Elegy, 1751: an appendix to Stokes." In Papers in honor of Andrew Keogh. New Haven: Privately printed, 1938, pp. 343-53.
(372  
Description of #135.

1939. *E. R. Briggs. "Gray's Elegy: a French source?" In RLC, XIX (July-Sept., 1939), 451-71.
(373  
Suggests as sources of El, Racan's Les Bergeries ou Artenice and Stances sur la retraite. Points out many general resemblances between Bergeries and El, ll. 1-68, 73-77, 97-122. 'If he [Gray] has nowhere referred to the origins of . . . the Elegy, may it not be that his candour failed him . . . because any mention of Racan would have revealed analogies much more numerous and important than in . . . [Ode on Spring] ?' 'As regards documentary proof that Gray was acquainted with the poetry of Racan, we do not possess it at present. . . .'

Rhedecynian. "Imitations of Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, Aug. 5, 1939, p. 98.
(374  
Replies by: Wm Jaggard, Aug. 19, pp. 141-42; Lawrence Thompson, Sept. 16, p. 214; John Walker McCain, Jr., Sept. 23, p. 228.

H. D. Watson, "Punctuation of Gray's Elegy [l. 85]." In TLS, Feb. 11, 1939, p. 89.
(375  
Reply by Geo. G. Loane, Feb. 18. p. 105.

1940. "Topics of the times." In The New York Times, Sept. 22, 1940, sec. IV, p. 6.
(376  
In The New Yorker, Mar. 9, 1940, p. 66.
(376a  
Quotes El, ll. 5-8.

Elizabeth Nitchie. "Romantic permutations and combinations in England." In PMLA, LV (1940), 53.
(377  
E. Alison Peers. In his A history of the romantic movement in Spain. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1940, 2v.
(378  
N. Hardy Wallis. "'Fugitive poetry.' An eighteenth century collection." In Essays by divers hands. Being the transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom, n. s. XVIII (London: Milford, 1940), 63-64.
(379  
Echoes of the El in the work of John Langhorne and John Scott.

1941. Carlos Baker. "Spenser, the eighteenth century, and Shelley's Queen Mab." In MLQ, II (1941), 81, 88-90, 94.
(380  
Influence of El on Mab.

Kenneth Burke. In his The philosophy of literary form. Studies in symbolic action. [N. p.]: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1941, pp. 422-24.
(381  
Discussion of Empson, #368a.

Saml. C. Chew. "The web of English culture." In The Pierpont Morgan Library: the British tradition. . . Eleventh to nineteenth century. Guide to an exhibition held Nov. 25,




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1941 - March 30, 1942. 1941, p. xii.
(382  
Graham Pollard. "Notes on the size of the sheet." In Library, 4th ser. XXII (1941), 123.
(383  
1942. Cleanth Brooks. "The language of paradox." In The language of poetry, ed. Allen Tate. Princeton: University Press; London: Milford, 1942, pp. 43-44.
(384  
Reprinted in Brooks, #404, and in Schorer, #1171.

Robt P. T. Coffin. In his The substance that is poetry. New York: Macmillan, 1942, pp. 10-11, 49-50, 134.
(385  
L. McCormick-Goodhart. "Who wrote this?" In SRL, Nov. 7, 1942, p. 12.
(386  
The 'redbreast' stanzas. Replies by: Miriam Allen deFord, Dec. 19, p. 13; J. A. Lauritis, Dec. 26, p. 13.

1943. "Topics of the times." In The New York Times, June 27, 1943, sec. IV, p. 10.
(387  
V. R. "Gray's Elegy: a restored reading." In N&Q, Feb. 13, 1943, pp. 102-03.
(388  
'Awaits' in l. 35. Replies by: Stephen Gaselee, Mar. 13, p. 174; Hibernicus, Mar. 27, p. 204; B. W., Apr. 10, pp. 237-38.

John Lakmord Wayne. "Gray's 'Elegy written in a country churchyard'." In Hobbies, the-magazine-for-collectors, XLVIII (Aug., 1943), 82-83.
(389  
1944. Rich. Wilcox (descriptive text), David E. Scherman (photographs), Christopher Morley (preface). Literary England: photographs of places made memorable in English literature. New York: Random, [1944], No. 19.
(390  
Reprints El, ll. 13-16, 57-60, with photo. of Stoke church.

1945. D. G. B. "Byron, Gray and Dante." In N&Q, June 16, 1945, p. 257.
(391  
John Butt. "The inspiration of Pope's poetry." In #394, p. 75.
(392  
El, l. 13. an echo of Comus, l. 354.

Ernest Earnest. In his A foreword to literature. New York: Appleton-Century, 1945.
(393  
*H[eathcote]. W[m]. Garrod. "Notes on the composition of Gray's Elegy." In Essays on the eighteenth century presented to David Nichol Smith in honor of his seventieth birthday. Oxford: Clarendon, 1945, pp. 111-16.
(394  
A valuable summary of evidence bearing on the date of composition.

Donald Gunn. "General Wolfe and Gray's 'Elegy'." In N&Q, Oct. 20, 1945, pp. 165-66.
(395  
Philip Allison Shelley. "An exchange of letters with Longfellow." In PMLA, LX (1945), 612-13.
(396  
Müller's transl. of El (N638).




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"Versification is vexation." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 3, 1945, p. 5.
(397  
Jane Austen's misquotation of El. Comment by: G. D. Roberts, Mar. 8, p. 5 (on R. L. Stevenson); Phyllis W. Norman, Mar. 10, p. 5; S. Graham Brade-Birks, Mar. 13, p. 5.

1946. John K. Hutchens. "People who read and write." In The New York Times Book Review, June 16, 1946, sec. VII, p. 22.
(398  
First ed. of El sold for $4,200.

*W. M. Newman. "When curfew tolled the knell." In National Review, CXXVII (Sept., 1946), 244-48.
(399  
Accepts Tovey's dating of El as Aug., 1746, and interprets the poem in the light of the political events of that time — especially the trial of the Jacobite rebels of 1745.

"$7,250 is paid for 'Elegy'." In The New York Times, Nov. 6, 1946, p. 31.
(400  
Fritz Strich. In his Goethe und die Weltliteratur. Bern: A. Francke, 1946.
(401  
Transl by C. A. M. Sym, Goethe and world literature. New York: Hafner, 1949.

"Gray's Elegy." In The London Daily Times, June 5, 1946, p. 3.
(402  
First ed. sold for £1,050.

1947. Fredk Bracher. "The silent foot in pentameter verse." In PMLA, LXII (1947), 1106.
(403  
*Cleanth Brooks. "Gray's storied urn." In his The well wrought urn: studies in the structure of poetry. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947, pp. 96-113. See also index.
(404  
An analysis of the poetic technique of the El with the emphasis upon Gray's use of irony.
Rev. J. Berryman, Nation, CLXIV (June 28, 1947), 775-76; R. Blackmur, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., June 8, 1947, p. 6; G. Whicher, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Apr. 20, 1947, p. 2; TLS, Jan. 13, 1950, p. 26. Comment by Bateson, #412.

John Butt. "Science and man in eighteenth-century poetry." In Durham University Journal, XXXIX (Mar., 1947), 87.
(405  
"Part of one of the three extant holograph copies of Gray's 'Elegy' owned by the [Pembroke] college." In Illustrated London News, CCX (June 28, 1947), 695.
(406  
Photo. of p. 1 of MS., ll. 1-20.

1948. E. C. Ashmore. "Gray's Elegy." In N&Q, Mar. 20, 1948, p. 127.
(406a  
The memorial stone at Stoke.

Cleanth Brooks. "Irony and 'ironic' poetry." In CE, IX (Feb., 1948), 232, 234.
(407  
Wallace Cable Brown. In his The triumph of form: a study of the later masters of the heroic couplet. Chapel Hill: Univ. of N. C. Press, 1948.
(408  




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1949. H. P. "Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard, 73-74." In The Explicator, VIII (Oct., 1949), Q1.
(408a  
The interpretation of far and madding, l. 73. Replies by Theodore C. Hoepfner, ibid. (Mar., 1950), 35, and René Rapin, ibid., IX (Nov., 1950), 14.

Francis Scarfe. "Romanticism in modern poetry." In A new romantic anthology, Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, eds. London: Grey Walls Press, 1949, p. 61.
(409  
*Herbert W. Starr. "'A youth to fortune and to fame unknown': a re-estimation." In JEGP, XLVIII (1949), 97-107.
(410  
Objections to Shepard, #293. Comment by W. P. Jones, PQ, XXIX (1950), 276-77.

Geoffrey Tillotson. "Pope's 'Epistle to Harley': an introduction and analysis." In Pope and his contemporaries: essays presented to Geo. Sherburn. James L. Clifford and Louis A. Landa, eds. Oxford: Clarendon, 1949, pp. 59-60.
(411  
"The Hardwicke Society. Poetry and the law." In The London Daily Times, Dec. 20, 1949, p. 2.
(411a  
1950. *Sergio Baldi. "L'Unità sentimentale dell' 'Elegia' di Gray." In Revista di letterature moderne, n. s. I (1950), 95-105.
(411b  
Attempts to find a culminating unity in El based on Crocean aesthetic, starting with the poet's sense of unachieved potentialities and ending in the marmoreal contemplation of death. The synthesis of the opposites — night and morning, old age and youth, action and potentiality — is thus sublimated in an organic poetic unity.

*F[redk]. W[ilse]. Bateson. "Gray's Elegy reconsidered." In his English poetry: a critical introduction. London: Longmans, Green, 1950, pp. 181-93.
(412  
". . . many of Brooks's [#404] incidental comments are shrewd and relevant. They do not, however, add up to anything very substantial.' Discusses writing of El, its literary merit, its reflection of events in Gray's life (quarrel with Walpole and death of West), its 'indictment of the ruling aristocracy' and social significance.

Kenneth MacLean. In his Agrarian age: a background for Wordsworth. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Cumberlege, Oxford, 1950.
(412a  
[Branford P. Millar.] ". . . Thomas Gray . . . Elegy . . ." In [John F. A. Taylor, gen. ed.] An introduction to literature & the fine arts. [East Lansing:] Michigan State College Press, 1950, pp. 260-63.
(412b  
An appreciative essay. Quotes Adv, ll. 1-8, and Eton, ll. 91-100.

"Rare book missing . . ." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 11, 1950, p. 6.
(412c  
£100 reward for a missing first ed. of the El.

1951. *Frank H. Ellis. "Gray's Elegy: the biographical problem in literary criticism." In PMLA, LXVI (1951), 971-




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1008.
(412d  
Disagrees with the 'biographical' interpretations, pointing out that the El is a carefully developed rhetorical structure modeled on Lycidas. Rev. by W. P. Jones, PQ, XXXI (July, 1952), 274-75.

Fredk L. Gwynn. "Hopkins' 'The Windhover': a new simplification." In MLN, LXVI (June, 1951), 369.
(412e  
H. W. Jones. "A new allusion in Gray's 'Elegy'?" In N&Q, Apr. 28, 1951, pp. 184-85.
(412f  
Suggests Macbeth, III, ii. Beply by J. C. Maxwell. ibid., June 9, p. 262, who notes parallels with Virgil (Aen., XII, 397) and Tacitus (Agric., VI, 4).

"Winter in a country churchyard." In The New York Herald Tribune, Feb. 18, 1951, sec. II, p. 4.
(412g  
"Answers to queries." In The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, Feb. 8, 1951, p. 55.
(412h  
Account of Stoke Poges.

"[Huntington] Library shows rare Gray 'Elegy' copy." In The Richmond News Leader, Feb. 15, 1951, p. 56.
(412i  
Also in Phila. Inquirer, Feb. 16, 1951, p. 25.

"Celebrating the bicentenary of Gray's immortal 'Elegy'." In The Richmond Times-Dispatch, Feb. 11, 1951, sec. II, p. 2-B.
(412j  
Photo. of Stoke church and churchyard.
See also Ross Valentine, 'The church bell at Stoke Poges,' ibid., Feb. 18, sec. II, p. 2-B.

*Geo. Sherburn. In #168a, pp. i-xi.
(412k  
Discusses the merit and appeal of the El, its revisions, date, and publication.

*Carl J. Weber. "The bicentenary of Gray's 'Elegy'." In The Colby Library Quarterly, Series III, No. 1 (Feb., 1951). 20 pp.
(412l  
Describes first publication of El and discusses various criticisms of it, defending Gray's originality as 'the pioneer literary spokesman for the Ordinary Man.' Useful bibliographical information.
Comment by J. D. Adams, 'Speaking of books.' N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Mar. 2, 1952, p. 2.

EPITAPHS (LATIN) ON ROBERT ANTROBUS AND JONATHAN ROGERS

1804. European Magazine, July, 1804?.
(413-N1144a  
According to Mitford the Epitaphs are printed in this number, but I have been unable to find them there.
Also in 'Two Latin epitaphs in the church of Burnham, in Buckinghamshire, from the pen of Mr. Gray.' In The Monthly Magazine, XVII (July 1, 1804), 549.
Printed from the Cole MSS in the BM (Add. MS. 5833 P14142).
Reprinted in Mitford, N30, I, ci-cii.

EPITAPH ON HIS MOTHER

1803. Reprinted in Port Folio, III (Aug. 20, 1803), 268.
(414-N1145a  




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1948. In Leigh Mitchell Hodges. "The optimist." The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, Nov. 17, 1948, p. 18.
(415  

A FAREWELL TO FLORENCE
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 5-9. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 305.
(415a  
L. 5 reads, je ne vous verrai plus du vallon de l'Arnus.

THE FATAL SISTERS
EDITIONS

1942. "'Old and true' — 981" In The London Daily Times, Nov. 21, 1942, p. 6.
(416  
Reprints ll. 37-40.

TRANSLATIONS
French

1925. Pierre Berger. "Les soeurs fatales." In his Les poètes. . . #75, pp. 61-63.
(417  
Begins, Maintenant la tempête devient menaçante.   16 quatrains

1934. Roger Martin. "Les soeurs fatales," [ll. 9-16, 45-56, 61-64]. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 385, 386.
(417a  
L. 9 reads, Voyez grandir l'affreuse étoffe.

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS
English

1792. X. Y. "The battle of Hastings." In The European Magazine, XXII (Dec., 1792), 454-55.
(418-N1170'  
Begins, Leave, Sisters, leave your hellish work!   6 stanzas of 6 ll.

CRITICISM

1927. S. "Parallel between Gray and Sophocles." In N&Q, April 16, 1927, p. 280.
(419  
Warton's comparison of FS and Ajax. Replies by: Edw. Bensly, Apr. 30, p. 318; V. R., ibid.; W. J. Harding, May 14, pp. 358-59.

1941. C. A. "Gray's 'The Fatal Sisters'." In N&Q, Aug. 16, 1941, p. 91.
(420  
The source of the sisters' names. Reply by L. R. M. Strachan, Sept. 6, p. 135.

FRAGMENT OF A LATIN POEM ON THE GAURUS
TRANSLATIONS





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English

1805. "Mount Gaurus. Translated from a Latin fragment of of Gray." In The Port Folio, V (Sept. 7, 1805), 280.
(421-N1172a  
Vv. 1-56. Begins, Lo! where, his head high towering mid the skies.   72 ll. of blank verse

1807. In The Port Folio, n. s. IV (Sept. 12, 1807), 161-62.
(421a-N1173  
Vv. 40-61. Begins, No more the plough is seen to break the soil.   26 ll.

French

1934. Roger Martin. "Gaurus," [ll. 7-23, 30-34, 40-48]. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 305, 306.
(421b  
L. 7 reads, On dit qu'un jour les champs dormaient dans le manteau.

GENERIC CHARACTERS OF THE ORDERS OF INSECTS
TRANSLATION
English

1927. W. H. Kirk. "Generick characters of the orders of insects and of the genera of the first six orders named, Coleoptera, Hemiptera, Lepidoptera, Neuroptera, Hymenoptera & Diptera; expressed in technical verses." Printed by Harry B. Weiss, "Thomas Gray's interest in entomology," in American Collector, III (Feb., 1927), 185-87.
(422  
Begins, The Coleoptera have wings covered with armor.

HYMN TO ADVERSITY
EDITIONS

1759. In Love-elegies by Mr. Hammond. . ., pp. 35-36. See #39.
(423-N1181a  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1925. Pierre Berger. "Hymne à l'adversité." In his Les poètes préromantiques. . . #75, pp. 47-49.
(424  
Begins, Fille de Jupiter, puissance implacable.   6 stanzas of 8 ll.

1934. Roger Martin. "Hymne à l'adversite." In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 397-98.
(424a  
Begins, Fille de Jupiter, implacable Puissance.   6 stanzas of 8 ll.

Italian

1835. "Ode all'avversità," In Il gondoliere, giornale di




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scienze, lettere, arti, mode, e teatri. Anno terzo, N. 13 (Sabato 14 Febbrajo 1835), pp. [49]-50.
HU   (424b-N1186a  
Begins, Figlia di Giove, a soggiogar bastante.   6 stanzas of 8 ll.
Published anonymously with a short critical preface on p. [49].

Russian

1792. M. "Oda. Neshchastie, iz stikhotvoreni G. Greia." In Chtenie dlia vkusa, gasuma i chuvstvovanii, V (1792), 4-7.
LC   (425-N1188a  
Prose. Begins, Dshcher' Iupitera! . . . .

1800. P. . . . L'v. . . . "Napast'." In Ippokrena, ili utekhi liuvosloviia, VI (1800), 150-53.
HU, LC   (426-N1188b  
Dated 1799. Prose. Begins, Sila neumolimiia . . . .

HYMN TO IGNORANCE
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Hymne à l'ignorance," ll. 11-22. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 367.
(426a  
L. 11 reads, Trois fois Hypérion a tourné son année.

IMPROMPTU, SUGGESTED BY A VIEW, IN 1766,
OF THE SEAT AND RUINS OF A DECEASED NOBLEMAN, AT KINGSGATE, KENT

EDITIONS

1929. In Hugh Kingsmill, ed., An anthology of invective and abuse. New York: Dial Press, 1929, pp. 92-93.
(426b  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 13-16. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 243.
(426c  
L. 13 reads, Ici se dressent des temples croulant et des créneaux.

CRITICISM

1930. Leonard Whibley. "Gray's satirical poems." In TLS, Oct. 9, 1930, p. 805.
(427  
Dates poem summer, 1768. Best version is that of Thomas Wharton's MS.

JOURNAL IN THE LAKES
SELECTIONS





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1921. W[m]. Peacock, ed. English prose. London: Oxford, 1921, 5v. (World's Classics, CCXX)
(428  
Journal from Keswick to Kendal, II, 588-91; T. & W. no. 422, pp. 591-93.

JOURNAL FOR 1754
EDITIONS

1939. H. T. Swedenberg, Jr., ed. "Thomas Gray's 'Journal for 1754 from the first of March'." In HLQ, III (Oct., 1939), 77-102.
(429  
Gray's record of natural history observations from Mar. 1 to Sept. 30, 1754 (Huntington Library MS. 12549). Introductory discussion of Gray s scholarship by Swedenberg.

CRITICISM

1916. TLS, Dec. 14, 1916, p. 608.
(430-N1211b  
The sale of the MS.

LETTERS
EDITIONS

1935. Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley, eds. The Correspondence of Thomas Gray. Oxford: Clarendon, 1935, 3v.
(431  
Eckhardt, Mapletoft, Wilson portr.
Invaluable. Prints many new letters and first drafts of poems (See #25a) with detailed annotation. Contains Appendixes A-Z (III, 1195-1304) entitled: The case submitted to Dr. Audley, Gray's Tripos verses, Gray's corrections of West's poems, Quarrel between Gray and Walpole, Gray's standing as Fellow-commoner, Gray's legal studies, Henry Tuthill, Controversy between the Master of Pembroke and his Fellows, Composition of the Elegy, Gray's removal from Peterhouse to Pembroke, Gray's rooms in Peterhouse and Pembroke, Gray and James Macpherson, Gray's studies of Welsh poetry, Gray and Thomas Percy, Gray's correspondence with How and Algarotti, Contest for High Stewardship and Gray's Verses on Lord Sandwich, Advice to a friend travelling in Scotland, Mason's Ode on Dr. John Brown, Gray and the Professorship of Modern History, Gray's Verses on Lord Holland's villa, Gray's property in Hand Alley, Letter of Bonstetten to his mother, Letters relating to Gray's last illness and death, Gray's will, Walpole's Memoir of Gray, Norton Nicholls's Reminiscences of Gray. Also contains genealogical tables (pp. 1306-1314) entitled: Gray's pedigree on father's side, Gray's pedigree on mother's side, Antrobus and Nutting families, Pedigree of Wharton family, Children of Thomas Wharton, Mason's pedigree, Pedigree of Edward Bedingfield.
For letters omitted from T. & W. see #447, 450a.
Rev. E. Blunden, Fortnightly Rev., CXLIV (Dec., 1935), 749-50; E. Morley, YWES, XVI (1935), 284-85; E. Muir, LM, XXXIII (Dec., 1935), 206-07; N&Q, Dec. 21, 1935, pp. 448-49; [G. Tillotson], TLS, Oct 24, 1935, pp. [657]-58 (reprinted in #1087); H. F. B. B.-S., Oxford Mag., LV (Nov. 5, 1936), 135-36; A. Brandl, Deutsche Literaturzeitung, LVII (Mar. 22, 1936), 490-94; S. Chew, Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 29, 1936, p. 11; W. P. Jones, SRL, Mar. 14, 1936, p. 11; L. Kronenberger, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev. Jan. 19, 1936, p. 2; Manchester Guardian, Jan. 28, 1936, p. 5; Nation, CXLII (Jan. 15, 1936), 82; G. Shuster, Commonweal XXIV (May 22, 1936), 108-09; C. Tinker, YR, XXVI (Autumn, 1936), 204-06; F. Wood, ESt, LXX (1936), 408-09; J. Butt, MLR, XXXII (Jan., 1937), 101-03; T. R. G., EHR, LII (1937), 365-66; A. Tillotson, RES, XIII (July, 1937), 361-64.

SELECTIONS





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1790. Selections. In Vicesimus Knox, ed. Elegant epistles, or a copious collection of familiar and amusing letters selected for the improvement of young persons and for general entertainment. London: C. Dilly, 1790.
(432-N1227'  
Reprinted London: W. Flint, 1807 (LC). 62 letters of Gray in vol. II.

1798. Letters from . . . Walpole to . . . Gray. In The Works of Horatio Walpole. London, 1798. 5v.
(433-N1227a  
Publication noted in Monthly Mag., IV {July, 1797), 53.

1853. John Mitford, ed. The correspondence of . . . Gray and . . . Mason. London, 1853.
(434-N1236a  
Rev. Spectator, XXVI (Oct. 8, 1853), 973.

1907. Selections. In Edw. Verrall Lucas, ed. The gentlest art: a choice of letters by entertaining hands. London: Methuen; New York: Macmillan, 1907, pp. 144-46, 340-41, 351-52.
(435-N1243a  
T. & W. nos. 422, 22 (extract), 26.

1915. Paget Toynbee, ed. The correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton. . . Oxford, 1915, 2v.
(436-7-N1248  
Rev. Solomon Eagle [J. C. Squire], New Statesman, VI (Jan. 8, 1916), 329 [Reprinted as 'Gray and Horace Walpole' in his Books in general, New York: Knopf, 1919, pp. 155-60]; TLS, Jan. 20, 1916, p. 30 [See also #113 and P. Toynbee, TLS, Jan. 27, 1916, p. 45]; G. C. M. Smith, MLR, XII (Apr., 1917), 226-29; W. H. Hulme, MLN, XXX (1918), 38-45. For additional revs. see N1248 (Addenda, p. [255]).

1917. Selections. In Margaret Coult, ed. Letters from many pens: a collection of letters. New York: Macmillan's pocket American and English classics, 1917, pp. 161-69.
(438  
T. & W. nos. 60, 77, 422.

1922. Selections. In Edmund D[avid]. Jones, ed. English critical essays (sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries). London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1922 (World's Classics, No. CCXL), pp. 309-14.
(439  
T. & W. nos. 103 (extract), 144 (extract). Also Johnson's Life of Gray, pp. 436-50.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, 1922, pp. 138-39.

1925. Letters of Thomas Gray. Selected with an introduction by John Beresford. London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1925. (World's Classics, No. CCLXXXIII)
(440  
Intro., pp. v-x. Contains 'about one-half of all Gray's letters.' Text based on Tovey's edition and on Toynbee, #436-7.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, VI (1925), 222-23; Contemporary Rev., CXXVIII (1925), 669-70; E. B., MLR, XXI (1926), 110; H. Schöffler, Beibl., XXXVIII (Mar., 1927), 68-71.

1932. Selections. In Louis I. Bredvold, Robt K. Root, Geo. Sherburn, eds. Eighteenth century prose by the most eminent English authors. New York: Nelson, 1932, pp. 657-72.
(441-2  
T. & W. nos. 33, 26, 59, 71, 74, 86, 88, 103, 157, 247, 276, 303, 313, 422.




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1939. Desmond Flower, ed. The pursuit of poetry: a book of letters about poetry written by English poets 1550-1930. London: Cassell, 1939, pp. 53-55, 59-61.
(443  
T. & W. nos. 103, 544. Text based on Tovey (p. 295). Biog. notes, pp. 52, 55, 58-59, 61-62. Repeats 'tub of water' story, p. 52.

1941. Selections. In Virgil Heltzel, ed. Types of English prose: non-fiction. New York: Macmillan, 1941, pp. 157-59.
(444  
T. & W. nos. 26, 259.

1948. W. S. Lewis, Geo. L. Lam, Chas H. Bennett, eds. Horace Walpole's correspondence. Vol. XIII: Correspondence with Thomas Gray, Richard West, and Thomas Ashton. Vol. XIV: Correspondence with Thomas Gray. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Cumberlege, 1948.
(445  
The Gray letters are in T. & W., #431, but here the spelling, capitalization, and punctuation are modernized. Useful additional notes (See XIII, xxxviii-xxxix). Prints for the first time quotations from Gray's 'Naturalist's Journal' (See XIII, xxxviii, xlv; XIV, 161, 167, 181, 187) owned by Carl Pforzheimer.
Rev. L. Bacon, YR, XXXVIII (1949), 552-54; D. M. Clark, AHR, LIV (1949), 663-64; P. B. Daghlian, JEGP, XLVIII (1949), 420-22; R. Halsband, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Jan. 2, 1949, p. 11; W. P. Jones, PQ, XXVIII (1949), 409-10; R. K. Root, MLN,, LXIV (1949), 349-50; A. B. Shepperson, VQR, XXV (1949), 290-93; TLS, July 22, 1949, p. 472; H. Williams, MLR, XLV (Apr., 1950), 247-49.

SINGLE LETTERS

1783. To Thomas Warton, Apr. 15, 1770 [T. & W. no. 518]. In The Gentleman's Magazine, LIII (1783), 100-101.
(446-N1250c  
The outline for a history of English poetry.

1804. Letter to Wm Cole, Cambridge, July 7, 1764. In "Coliana . . . Pot pourri; or, perfumed jar or pot," Monthly Magazine, XVII (July 1, 1804), 550.
(447-N1252a  
Comment by Rosalba, Monthly Mag., XVIII (Sept. 1, 1804), 117; and by Rosarubra, ibid., (Nov. 1), 312. The Gray letter (text from Cole's copy - BM Add. MS. 5825, ff. 283b, 284b), and the letters of Rosalba and Rosarubra are reprinted by H. W. Starr, 'Pot-pourri: a missing Gray letter,' TLS, Mar. 30, 1951, p. 204.

Letter to Edw. Bedingfield, Stoke, Aug. 10, 1757. In "John Home, Esq.," The European Magazine, XLV (June, 1804), 404.
(448-N1252b  
T. & W. no. 244 (extract).

1922. Letter to Hor. Walpole, May 28, 1752, Cambridge. Printed by Paget Toynbee. In London Daily Times, May 15, 1922, p. 16.
(449  
T. & W. no. 167.

1934. Letter to Mrs. Gray, June 21, 1739, Rheims. In Rose Macaulay, ed. The minor pleasures of life. London: Gollancz, 1934; New York: Harper, [1935].
(450  
T. & W. no. 64 (extract).

1937. Letter to Rich. West, [May 22, 1737]. Printed by




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Leonard Whibley, "A new letter by Gray." In TLS, Oct. 23, 1937, p. 776.
(450a  

CRITICISM

1803. "An author's evenings. . ." In The Port Folio, III (May 14, 1803), 157.
(451-N1267a  
Gray's comments on Sterne, T. & W., no. 313.

"An author's evenings. . ." In The Port Folio, III (May 21, 1803), 162.
(452-N1267b  
Gray's comments on Highland poetry, T. & W. no. 315.

1805. "Observations on modern tours . . . in Wales . . ." In The Monthly Magazine, XIX (Mar. 1, 1805), 135.
(453-N1267c  
Gray's remarks on Welsh scenery.

1914. Paget Toynbee. "Gray and Walpole. An unfounded inference." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 23, 1914, p. 9.
(454-N1286a  
Corrects Tovey's belief that there was a second quarrel between Gray and Walpole.

1919. Paget Toynbee. See #114.
(454a  
1920. Hen. A. Beers. "The art of letter writing." In his The Connecticut Wits and other essays. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1920, pp. 75, 80, 84, 86, 87.
(455  
John Sargeaunt. "The text of Walpole's and Gray's letters." In TLS, May 13, 1920, p. 302.
(456  
Textual corrections of errors in Tovey's ed.

1925. E. C. Cox. "Some writers of the eighteenth century." In Nineteenth Century, XCVII (May, 1925), 764.
(457  
Paget Toynbee. "A Gray-Mason enigma solved." In TLS, Sept. 17, 1925, p. 600.
(458  
Mitford's inadequacies as an editor of Gray.

Leonard Whibley. "A correction in Gray's letters." In TLS, Oct. 1, 1925, p. 639.
(459  
T. & W. no. 179.
Reply and announcement of his forthcoming ed. of the letters by Paget Toynbee, Oct. 8, p. 656.

1926. Tho. L[ucian]. Cline. In his Critical opinion in the eighteenth century; English personal letter. [Ann Arbor, Mich.: Mimeographed and printed by Edwards Brothers, 1926]. Univ. of Va. diss.
(460  
Inaccurate in spots.

"Notes on rare books." In the N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., June 6, 1926, sec. III, p. 27.
(461  
Discusses the letters and Toynbee's plan to print them.

Paget Toynbee. "Gray and the Regius Professorship: a




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misplaced letter." In TLS, Oct. 14, 1926, p. 698.
(462  
Suggests that the date of T. & W. no. 147* is 1748.

Paget Toynbee. "Letters of Norton Nicholls to Gray." In N&Q, May 8, 1926, p. 330. ———. "Norton Nicholls' letter to Gray." In TLS, May 20, 1926, p. 339.
(463  
Wishes to know the location of Nicholls' letters.

1927. Paget Toynbee. "'Sionites' in Gray's letters." In TLS, July 7, 1927, p. 472.
(463a  
Suggests Lord Holdernesse as Sionites. See T. & W. no. 162.

1928. Joseph Bunn Heidler. The history, from 1700 to 1800, of English criticism of prose fiction. Urbana: Univ. of Ill. Press, 1928. (Univ. of Ill. Studies in Lang. and Lit., Vol. XIII, No. 2) Diss.
(464  
Paget Toynbee. "'Jack' and 'Johnny' in Gray's letters." In TLS, Sept. 13, 1928, p. 648.
(465-6  
Believes 'Jack' (T. & W. no. 294) refers to Stonhewer.

1929. Paget Toynbee. "Missing letters of Gray [to John Clerke]." In TLS, Feb. 7, 1929, p. 98.
(467  
Paget Toynbee. "Some Gray queries." In TLS, Oct. 3, 1929, p. 766.
(468  
Replies by Edw. Bensly, Oct. 10, p. 794; Oct. 17, p. 822.

1930. Paget Toynbee. "Gray and 'Lady Bath' in 1769." In TLS, July 17, 1930, p. 592.
(469  
Identifies 'Lady Bath' (T. & W. no. 494) as Frances Pulteney.

1931. Paget Toynbee. "A Gray query." In TLS, Oct. 15, 1931, p. 802.
(470  
An allusion in T. & W. no. 420.

Paget Toynbee. "'Mrs. E' in Gray's letters" In TLS, Feb. 12, 1931, p. 116.
(471  
Identifies 'Mrs. E.' as Mrs. Erskine (T. & W. no. 533). Additional information E. G. Box, Feb. 19, p. 135; P. Toynbee, Feb. 26, p. 154.

A[lfred]. C[has]. Ward. In his Foundations of English prose. London: Bell, 1931, pp. 176-77.
(472  
1932. Melville B. Anderson. "Paget Toynbee: some personal reminiscences." In RR, XXIII (1932), 373-74.
(473  
Lyn Ll. Irvine. Ten letter-writers. London: L. and V. Woolf, Hogarth Press, 1932. See index and p. 53.
(474  
1933. Edw. B. Hall. "The Temple of Tragedy." In TLS, May 18, 1933, p. 348.
(475  
Believes Temple of tragedy (See T. & W. no. 399) was written by John Langhorne.

1936. Richmond P. Bond. "Eighteenth century correspondence: a survey." In SP, XXXIII (Oct., 1936), 573, 574, 575, 577.
(476  




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Wm John Tucker. "Great English letter writers." In The Catholic World, CXLIII (1936), 699-700.
(477  
1937. *Edgar Johnson. In his One mighty torrent; the drama of biography. New York: Stackpole, 1937.
(478  
Discusses esp. the parodies and burlesques in the letters.

1943. In Martin Armstrong, ed. The major pleasures of life. London: Gollancz, [1943].
(479  
1945. Jas Sutherland. "Some aspects of eighteenth-century prose." In Essays. . . #394, pp. 101-03.
(480  
Comment on T. & W. no. 5.

LINES SPOKEN BY THE GHOST OF JOHN DENNIS
AT THE DEVIL TAVERN

1915. First printed by Toynbee in The correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton. . . #436, I, 12-15.
(480a  
Reprinted by Toynbee and Whibley, #431, letter no. 4.

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Taverne du diable," [ll. 1-41]. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 299-300.
(480b  
Begins, Des ruisseaux murmurants et des Champs Elysées.

A LONG STORY
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Longue histoire," [ll. 13-16, 23-24, 45-48, 61-68, 83-88, 122-28, 141-44]. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 379, 380, 381.
(480c  
L. 13 reads, Sa barbe en broussaille et ses lacets verts.

LUNA HABITABILIS
TRANSLATIONS
English

1917. Lines 92-95, with Latin text. In G. G. L. "The pleasures of quotation," TLS, Jan. 5, 1917, p. 10.
(481  
Begins, England, that long has ridden the sea.   5 ll.
See #485.

1940. "Old and true, CCCLVIII." In The London Daily Times, Nov. 18, 1940, p. 7.
(482  
Transl. of selections from the Lat. ll. 80-95. Not the same transl. as #481. Begins, The time will come, when thou shalt lift thine eyes.   8 ll.
Reprinted as 'Prophecy,' in Baltimore and Ohio Magazine, May, 1941, p.




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[41]; in the N. Y. Times, June 22, 1941, sec. VII, p. 2; as 'A prophecy of British air power,' in Current History, n. s. II (Aug., 1942), 436.
See #485.

1941. Lines 80-95. In Dave H. Morris, "Prophecy," Newsweek, XVII, no. 16 (Apr. 21, 1941), 8.
(483  
Transl. given to Morris by Wm Adams Delano.
Begins, A time will be when thou shalt spy.   17 ll.

French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 16-17, 42-50. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 305.
(483a  
L. 16 reads, d'où coule la douceur qui blanchit la campagne.

CRITICISM

1936. Marjorie Nicolson. In her A world in the moon: a study of the changing attitude toward the moon in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Northampton, Mass.: Smith College Studies in Mod. Languages, Vol. XVII, no. 2, 1936, pp. 51-52.
(484  
Discussion and summary of the poem.

1943. C. W. Brodribb. "Gray's so-called prophecy of aerial warfare." In N&Q, Feb. 13, 1943, pp. 104-05.
(485  
Believes 'longos coetus' means 'long companies or trains' of men flying to the moon. Comments on #481 and #482.

1948. Marjorie Hope Nicolson. In her Voyages to the Moon. New York: Macmillan, 1948.
(486  
Regards Luna H. as 'the deftest and most romantic Latin verse written on the subject.' Gives a summary.

MARGINALIA
EDITIONS

1934. Notes on his health ("Notes de Gray sur sa santé, extraites de son carnet de poche pour l'année 1755"). In Martin, Chronologie. . . #897, pp. 151-55.
(486a  

CRITICISM

1917. Clark S. Northup. "Gray's books and MSS." In N&Q, May, 1917, pp. 291-93; June, 1917, pp. 326-28.
(487  
Description and location of Gray's books and marginalia. Further information from Herbert Maxwell, ibid., July, p. 363.

NOTES ON AMADIS DE GAUL
EDITIONS

1932. Printed with comments by Paget Toynbee, "Gray on




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the origin and date of 'Amadis de Gaul'." In MLR, XXVII (Jan., 1932), 60-61.
(488  

NOTES ON SOPHOCLES' AJAX AND ELECTRA
EDITIONS

1936. Printed by La Rue Van Hook, "New light on the classical scholarship of Gray." In AJP, LVII (Jan., 1936), 1-9.
(489  
See also Jones, #1003, pp. 65-66.

NOTES ON CHURCHILL
EDITIONS

1918. Printed by Edmund Gosse, "Gray's notes on Churchill." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom, 2d ser., XXXVI (1918), [161]-179.
(490  
Gosse's comments, pp. [161]-164; Gray's notes, pp. 164-79.

NOTEBOOKS
EDITIONS

1937. W. P. Jones in his Thomas Gray, scholar. . . #1003, prints two of notebooks in the Pierpont Morgan Library.
(490a  
'Gray's early catalogue of his library,' pp. [151]-63. (See also #1023.)
'Notes on learned journals,' pp. [164]-74.

ODE ATTRIBUTED TO GRAY
CRITICISM

1914. Paget Toynbee. "Gray and Walpole: the pseudonym 'Celadon'." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 9, 1914, p. 9.
(491-N1325a  
Corrects Gosse: the ode is by Walpole.

ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE
EDITIONS

1924. Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College, 1747. The Clarendon Press. Type-facsimile reprints of poetical pieces of the Restoration period and the Eighteenth Century. Oxford: Clarendon, 1924.
LfC   (492  
Paper covers. Folio fac. of T. J. Wise's first ed.
Noted TLS, Jan. 29, 1925, p. 76; Mar. 5, p. 152. Rev. J. St. Loe Strachey, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Mar. 1, 1925, sec. III, p. 10 (portr.).

1950. Geoffrey Fredk Lamb, ed. The English at school. London: Allen & Unwin, 1950, pp. 66-67.
(492a  

TRANSLATIONS





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French

1925. Pierre Berger. "Ode sur une vue éloignée du Collège d'Eton." In his Les poètes préromantiques. . . #75, pp. 44-47.
(493  
Beqins, Vous, clochers lointains, vous, tours antiques.   10 stanzas of 10 ll.

1934. Roger Martin. "Ode sur Eton." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 393-95.
(493a  
Beqins, O vous, lointains clochers et tours antiques.   10 stanzas of 10 ll.

1937. Chas Augustin Sainte-Beuve. "Le collège d'Eton. . ." Reprinted in Thomas G. S. Combe. Sainte-Beuve poète et les poètes anglais. Bordeaux: Delmas, 1937, pp. 189-91.
(494-N1334a, p. [255]  
See #502.

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS

1782. John Scott (of Amwell). "To childhood." In The poetical works of John Scott, Esq., the second edition. London: Printed for J. Buckland, MDCCLXXXVI, pp. 176-77.
(495-N1344a  
First ed., 1782.
Begins, Childhood! happiest stage of life.   20 ll.

1822. R. [Philip Freneau] "Ode. On a remote perspective view of Princeton College, or Nassau Hall, from a remarkable woody eminence in Monmouth county called by the neighborhood, Pine Hill. —Sept. 25th 1822." In The True American (Trenton), Oct. 26, 1822.
NJSL   (495a-N1344b  
Begins, The expanse above no cloud deforms.   118 ll.
Also, signed N. R., in The Fredonian (New Brunswick), Oct. 31, 1822.   RUL
Reprinted with comment by Rudolf Kirk, 'Freneau's View of Princeton,' JRUL, III (Dec., 1939), [20]-25. Comment by Leary, #1073a, pp. 406-07.

1824. T[ho]. H[ood]. "Ode on a distant prospect of Clapham Academy." In The New Monthly Magazine, X (Apr., 1824), 355-57.
UP   (496-N1344c  
Begins, Ah me! those old familiar bounds!   20 stanzas of 6 ll.
Reprinted in R. M. Leonard, ed. A book of light verse. London: Oxford, 1910, pp. 14-17.
Also in Walter Jerrold, ed. The complete poetical works of Thomas Hood. London: Oxford, 1920, pp. 411-12.

1931. Chas Stuart Calverley. "Ode — 'on a distant prospect' of making a fortune," . . . 1872. Reprinted by E[dmund]. V[alpy]. Knox, ed. Humorous verse, an anthology. London: Chatto and Windus, 1931, pp. 223-25.
(497-N1348a  
Begins, Now the 'rosy morn appearing.'   8 stanzas of 8 ll.

1933. J. C. H. Hill. "Gray on the links. (The poet meditates yet another ode on the futility of human aspirations.),"




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In Punch, CLXXXIX (Mar. 15, 1933), 289.
(498  
Begins, Again Apollo's genial beams.   4 stanzas of 10 ll.

CRITICISM

1796. Wm Parsons. An ode to a boy at Eton, with three sonnets, and one epigram. London: T. Cadell, J. and W. Davies, 1796. 4to.
BM, LC   (498a-N1351a  
Reprinted as 'Ode to Bertie Greatheed, intended to counteract the effect of the mistaken and querulous picture of human nature, drawn by Mr. Gray in his Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College.' In 'Biographical anecdotes and characters' in The New Annual Register, or General Repository. . ., 1796, pp. 162-64; and in #109a, II, 210-20.   UP
Begins, Me tho' mistaken Kindness doom'd.   5 stanzas of 20 ll.

1797. Sinboron. "On the happiness of youth." In The Monthly Magazine, III (June, 1797), 439.
(499-N1351a  
1889. Francis Thompson. "Literary coincidence." In Merry England, Apr., 1889, p. 424.
(500-N1353b  
Prior as a possible source of Eton, ll. 99-100.
Reprinted by Connolly, #1157, p. 452.

1922. C. W. B. "Walpole and Gray." In TLS, Mar. 23, 1922, p. 196.
(501  
Georges Roth. "Sur les imitations en vers, par Sainte-Beuve, de poèmes anglais." In RG, XIII (1922), 406, 408-09.
(502  
Comment on #494.

1942. Meyer Howard Abrams. "Unconscious expectations in the reading of poetry." In ELH, IX (1942), 237.
(503  
Defends Eton against Johnson's objections.

1947. C[ecil]. Day-Lewis. In his The poetic image. London: Cape; New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1947, pp. 55-56, 60. (The Clark Lectures, Cambridge)
(504  
1948. "The sale room." In The London Daily Times, Feb. 11, 1948, p. 6.
(504a  
First ed. of Eton sold for £180.

1951. Karl F. Thompson. "Gray's Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College." In The Explicator, IX (Feb., 1951), 28.
(504b  
Defends Gray's use of generalizations and abstractions in Eton.

ODE ON THE DEATH OF A FAVOURITE CAT,
DROWNED IN A TUB OF GOLD FISHES

EDITIONS

1748. "On a favourite Cat call'd SELIMA, that fell into a China Cistern, with Gold Fishes in it, and was drown'd." In The Newcastle General Magazine, II (Jan., 1748), 24.




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(505-N1354a  
The 2d ed. of the poem, apparently published late in Jan. or early in Feb., since on p. 48 there is an 'Abstract of the London WEEKLY BILL, from Dec. 22. to Jan. 26.' Published anonymously. For a detailed description see Eaves, #511.
'On a favourite cat that fell into a china cistern which had gold fishes in it, and was drowned.' In The Scots Magazine, X (June, 1748), 279-80. Published anonymously. Reprinted and described by Eaves, 511a.

1755. "On a female cat, named Selima, who fell into a Cistern with Gold Fishes in it, and was drown'd." In Mary Masters. Familiar letters and poems on several occasions. London, 1755, pp. 248-50.
BM   (505a-N1354b  
8vo. Printed under the name of 'Mr. D. Grey.' Described by Maurice Hussey, 'Gray's Favourite Cat: additional publication,' N&Q, Nov. 10, 1951, p. 498.

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Ode sur la mort d'une chatte favorite, noyée dans une vasque de poissons d'or." In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 376-77.
(505b  
Begins, Sur la rive escarpée d'un vase.   7 stanzas of 6 ll.

Italian

1839. Girolamo Orti. "Dall'inglese di Mr. Gray — In morte di una gatta favorita." In Volgarizzamento del ratto di Elena di Coluto con altre varie traduzioni di Girolamo Orti. Verona: G. Antonelli, 1839.
(505c-N1365a  
I have been unable to find this translation, but it is noted by Fucilla, #950, p. 279.

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS

1748. A / sorrowful ditty; / or, the lady's / lamentation / for the death / of her / favourite cat. / A / parody. / Sequitur non passibus aequis. Virg. / London: / Printed for J. Tomlinson, near St. Paul's. 1748.
CaU   (506-N1366a  
Folio. Pp. 12. P. [1], t-p; p. [2], blank; pp. 3-12, text.
Begins, Well! Thanks to my Stars! I'm at last all alone.   19 stanzas of 9 ll.
Bears little resemblance to Gray's Cat.

1797. Philip Freneau. "On a bee drinking from a glass of water." In Time-Piece, Sept. 6, 1797.
(506a-N1370a  
Begins, Thou, born to sip the lake or spring.   6 stanzas of 6 ll.
Reprinted in Carey's United States Recorder, Apr. 14, 1798, and as 'On a honey bee, drinking from a glass of wine, and drowned therein. (By Hezekiah Salem),' in Freneau's Poems, Phila.: Lydia R. Bailey, 1809, II, 97-98.
See also Leary, #1073a, pp. 276, 465.

1805. Lodinus. "Lines written, at the request of a lady, on the death of a favourite dog." In The Port Folio, V (Aug. 31, 1805), 272.
(507-N1373a  




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Begins, Ariel! lo thy mistress here.   40 ll.

1921. N. Hanssen. "On a favourite cat. Slain as a cure for face-ache (With apologies to T. Gray.)." In Punch, CLX (Apr. 27, 1921), 337.
(508  
Begins, I read a chemist's counsel sage.   5 stanzas of 6 ll.

1935. [Bernard Fergusson] "Ode on the death of a favourite cockatoo." In Punch, CLXXXVIII (May 15, 1935), 576.
(509  
Begins, Gentlemen, let's / Sing a dirge to the sweetest of pets.   10 stanzas of 3 ll.

1939. J[ohn]. C. S[quire]. "To a favourite barrage balloon." In Punch, CXCVII (Dec. 13, 1939), 643.
(510  
Begins, Gold in the dawn I've seen you shine.   5 stanzas of 4 ll.

CRITICISM

1949. *T. C. Duncan Eaves. "The second edition of Thomas Gray's Ode on the death of a favourite cat." In PQ, XXVIII (Oct., 1949), 512-15.
(511  
A description of #505. Thinks it from copy made at a later date than the the Walpole and Warton MSS. and apparently sent from Edinburgh.

1951. T. C. Duncan Eaves. "Further pursuit of Selima." In PQ, XXX (Jan., 1951), 91-94.
(511a  
A reprinting and description of the Scots Mag. version of Cat, #505.

ODE ON THE PLEASURE ARISING FROM VICISSITUDE
EDITIONS

1803. Reprinted with Mason's additions in inverted commas in The Port Folio, III (Aug. 20, 1803), 268-69.
(512-N1376'  
1933. Ode / on the pleasure arising from vicissitude / left unfinished by Mr. Gray, and since completed. / With an introduction by / Leonard Whibley / [Publisher's emblem] / San Francisco: / Printed for William Andrews Clark, Jr. / by John Henry Nash / 1933   2v.
LC   (513  
Vol. I:
8 blank leaves; blank p.; caricature of Gray by Tho. Rowlandson; p. [i], t-p; p. [ii], blank; p. [iii], Dedication to A. S. W. Rosenbach; p. [iv], blank; pp. v-ix, 'Some observations' by Clark; p. x, blank; pp. xi-xviii, intro. by Whibley; pp. xix-xx, notes; p. [1], introductory note; p. 2, blank; pp. 3-9, text with Mason's additions in italics; p. [10], blank; p. [11], copy number; 5 blank leaves.
Vol. II (a fac. of Clark's copy of the first ed.):
P. [i], t-p (Ode / on the pleasure arising from vicissitude. / left unfinished by Mr. Gray, and since completed.); p. [ii], introductory note; pp. [1]-4, text; p. [5], copy number.

TRANSLATIONS
French





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1934. Roger Martin. "Sur le plaisir qui naît de la vicissitude." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 399-400.
(513a  
Begins, Voici que l'Aube d'or, dans le ciel.   67 ll.

CRITICISM

1806. "Pope and Gray." In The Monthly Anthology, III (June, 1806), 304.
(514-N1377a  
Essay on man, I, 117-122, as source of Vic, ll. 41-44.

1938. G. G. L. "The simplest note that swells the gale." In N&Q, July 2, 1938, p. 9.
(515  
Interpretation of Vic, l. 50. Replies: Hibernicus, N&Q, July 30, p. 83; T. O. M., ibid.; K. G., ibid.; G. G. L., ibid., Oct. 1, p. 251.

ODE ON THE SPRING
TRANSLATIONS
French

1925. Pierre Berger. "Ode au printemps ou midi." In his Les poètes préromantiques. . . #75, pp. 42-43.
(516  
Begins, Voici que les Heures aux seins rosés.   5 stanzas of 10 ll.

1934. Roger Martin. "Ode sur le printemps." In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 390-91.
(516a  
Begins, Voici que les Heures au sein de rose.   5 stanzas of 10 ll.

PARODIES AND IMITATIONS

1806. [John Owen.] "Ode on the spring, by a man of fashion." In a letter from A. B. in The Port Folio, n. s. II (Oct. 18, 1806), 236.
(517-N1393  
1808. [John Sylvester John Gardiner.] "Ode to winter." In "Silva, No. 36," The Monthly Anthology, V (Feb., 1808), 101.
(518-N1394b  
Begins, Hail, wayward Winter! child of snow.   6 stanzas of 8 ll.
Reprinted by Starr, #1201, p. 541.
See also Howe, #635, p. 138.

[John Sylvester John Gardiner.] "Ode on summer." In "Silva, No. 41," The Monthly Anthology, V (July, 1808), 357.
(519-N1394c  
Begins, Lo! sun-born Summer's golden eye.   6 stanzas of 10 ll.
Reprinted by Starr, #1201, p. 12.
See also Howe, #635, p. 148.

CRITICISM

1811. [Geo. Ticknor.] "Silva, No. 74. Hypercriticism." In The Monthly Anthology, X (Apr., 1811), 248.
(520-N1396a  
Source of Spr, l. 5, is Essay on man, III, 33, not Hesiod or Lucretius.




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1915. Lafcadio Hearn. "Some poems about insects." In his Interpretations of literature, ed. John Erskine. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1915, II, 269-71.
(521-N1400a  
Reprinted 1920. Also reprinted in his Books and habits, ed. John Erskine. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1921, pp. 202-03.

1930. Geo. G. Williams. "The beginnings of nature poetry in the eighteenth century." In SP, XXVII (Oct., 1930), 593.
(522  
Quotes Spr, ll. 11-20.

ODE PERFORMED IN THE SENATE-HOUSE AT CAMBRIDGE, JULY 1, 1769
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Ode avec musique," [ll. 27-34, 35-56, 56, 71-76, 83-88]. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 388, 389.
(522a  
L. 27 reads, Bosquets aux voûtes brunes.

CRITICISM

1803. "Cantabrigiana. Dr. Randall's music to the Ode on the installation of the Duke of Grafton." In The Monthly Magazine, XV (Apr. 1, 1803), 236.
(523-N1416a  
1942. Roland B. Botting. "Gray and Christopher Smart." In MLN, LVII (1942), 360-61.
(524  
Believes that the use of 'sweet' in ll. 61-64 is indebted to Song to David.

PLAY EXERCISE AT ETON
CRITICISM

1921. C. W. Brodribb. "Gray's Eton exercise and Pope." In N&Q, Feb. 5, 1921, p. 101.
(525  
Quotes parallel passages to prove Essay on man as the source.

THE PROGRESS OF POESY
TRANSLATIONS
French

1925. Pierre Berger. "Le progrès de la poésie." In his Les poètes préromantiques. . . #75, pp. 49-54.
(526  
Begins, Eveille-toi, lyre éolienne, éveille-toi.   123 ll.

1934. Roger Martin. "Progrès de la poésie." In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 439-41.
(526a  
Begins, Eveille-toi, lyre éolienne, éveille-toi,
        et prête à mes transports tes cordes frémissantes!   123 ll.

CRITICISM





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1798. "Extracts from the port folio of a man of letters." In The Monthly Magazine, VI (Nov., 1798), 364.
(527-N1452a  
Virgil as the source of PP, l. 41. Comment on 'laughing,' l. 5.

1800. G. Dyer. "On the word dramatic." In The Monthly Magazine, IX, Part I, (Feb. 1, 1800), 8.
(528-N1452b  
Dramatic point of view in PP.

"From the port-folio of a man of letters. . ." In The Monthly Magazine, IX, Part I (Apr. 1, 1800), 258.
(529-N1452c  
Johnson's remarks on PP, ll. 97-102.

1802. ". . .Retrospect of domestic literature. . ." In The Monthly Magazine, XII (Jan. 20, 1802), 582.
(530-N1452d  
1818. "Remarks on the signs of inns." In The Gentleman's Magazine, o. s. CXXIV (Nov., 1818), 398-99.
(531-N1452e  
Quotes PP, ll. 20-24.

1906. Frank Egar Farley. "Three 'Lapland Songs'." In PMLA, XXI (1906), 1-2.
(532-N1453a  
1915. Paget Toynbee. "A misprint in Gray." In TLS, Apr. 22, 1915, p. 135.
(533-N1455a  
Gray's noting of misprints in PP, ll. 70, 71 (T. & W. no. 243.).

1928. Paget Toynbee. "An alleged holograph of Gray." In TLS, Nov. 8, 1928, p. 834.
(534  
Denies that a copy of PP in a vol. of Bentley's Designs is the original MS. Supported by Leonard Whibiey, 'Manuscript poems of Gray,' TLS, Nov. 15, p. 859.

1934. Robt A. Aubin. "Materials for a study of the influence of Cooper's Hill." In ELH, I (1934), 201.
(535  
Influence of Cooper's Hill on PP, ll. 7-8.

1945. Houston Peterson and Wm S. Lynch, eds. Poet to poet. A treasury of golden criticism. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1945.
(536  
Prints PP, ll. 83-123, pp. 140-41, and Tho. Warton's sonnet To Mr. Gray, p. 171.

1947. Bertrand H. Bronson. "Personification reconsidered." In ELH, XIV (Sept., 1947), 166.
(537  
Disagrees with Coleridge's objection to personification in PP.

H. W. Starr. "A note on Gray and Trumbull." In N&Q, June 14, 1947, pp. 254-55.
(538  
Influence of PP on Trumbull.

1948. Reuben A. Brower. "The Theban eagle in English plumage." In CP, XLIII (1948), 28, 29.
(539  
PP has 'little Pindaric continuity.'

1951. R. V. H. "Gray's 'The Progress of Poesy'." In The Explicator, IX (Feb., 1951), Q3.
(539a  
Requests an explanation of l. 123. Reply by Arthur Dickson, ibid. (May), Item 49.




72

PROPERTIUS, LIB. III. 5. V. ELEG. 19
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 1-10, 39-42, 45-50. In his Essai . . . #948, p. 319.
(539b  
Begins, Tant que de la jeunesse dureront les heures joyeuses.

PROPERTIUS, LIB. II. ELEG. 1
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 97-102, 104-08. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 322.
(539c  
L. 97 reads, Un cortège d'amis en deuil entoure la civière.
(Ll. 99-104, 107-10 of the text as printed in T. & W. no. 105.)

PROPOSAL AS TO THE PROFESSORSHIP OF MODERN HISTORY
EDITIONS

1926. Paget Toynbee. "Gray's 'Proposal' as to the Professorship of Modern History." In TLS, Mar. 4, 1926, p. 163.
(540  
See also T. & W., #431, III, Appen. S, pp. 1253-59.

SAPPHICS
("Horridos tractus, Boreaeque linquens")
EDITIONS

1808. "Latin lines addressed to Mr. West, from Genoa." Reprinted in "Silva, No. 46," The Monthly Anthology, V (Dec., 1808), 655.
(541-N1464'  

SHAKESPEARE VERSES
EDITIONS

1930. Paget Toynbee. "A newly discovered draft of Gray's lines, 'William Shakespeare to Mrs. Anne'." In MLR, XXV (1930), 83-85.
(542  
From a Gray notebook owned by Lt. Col. John Murray. Reprinted in T. & W. no. 407.

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "William Shakespeare à Madame Anne . . .," [ll. 9-12, 17-20]. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 375.
(542a  
L. 9 reads, Le naturel de notre maître, c'est certain.




73

SKETCH OF HIS OWN CHARACTER
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 1-2, 5-6. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 28.
(542b  
Begins, Trop pauvre pour être acheté, trop fier pour importuner.

SONG
(THYRSIS)

EDITIONS

1803. In "An author's evenings." The Port Folio, II (Jan 15, 1803), 411.
(543-N1471a  

CRITICISM

1932. E. E. Kellett. "Gray's 'Thyrsis'." In TLS, Feb. 11, 1932, p. 95.
(544  
Points out the resemblance of Thyrsis to a song by Götz, 'Thamire an die Rosen.'

SONNET ON THE DEATH OF MR. RICHARD WEST
EDITIONS

1803. Reprinted in "Life of Thomas Gray." The Port Folio, III (Aug. 13, 1803), 261.
(545-N1484a  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. In his Essai. . . #948, p. 324.
(545a  
Begins, En vain brille pour moi le matin souriant.   14 ll.

1938. Fernand Baldensperger "Sur la mort de Richard West." In his D'Edmond Spenser à Alan Seegar. Cent petits poèmes anglais traduits en vers français. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1938, p. 38.
(546  
Begins, En vain sourit pour moi des matins la merveille.   14 ll.

CRITICISM

1800. Wm Wordsworth. In his Lyrical ballads, with other poems. In two volumes. By W. Wordsworth. . . Vol. I. Second edition. London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row, by Biggs and Co. Bristol. 1800.
(547-N1493a  
Pp. xxiv-xxv. Sonnet reprinted, p. xxiv.

1903. [Francis Thompson]. "The sonnet." In The Academy, LXIV (Feb. 21, 1903), 182.
(548-N1494a  




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Reprinted by Connolly, #1157, p. 263.

SOPHONISBA TO MASINISSA
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 4-6, 39-52. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 323, 324.
(548a  
L. 4 reads, J'aurais franchi les eaux du Styx non impure.

STANZAS TO MR. RICHARD BENTLEY
EDITIONS

1803. Reprinted in "Life of Thomas Gray," The Port Folio, III (Aug. 20, 1803), 268.
(549-N1500'  

TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. "Strophes à Bentley." In his Essai . . . #948, pp. 372-73.
(549a  
Begins, En silence, parmi le choeur harmonieux.   7 quatrains

TASSO, GERUS. LIB. CANT. XIV. ST. 32
TRANSLATIONS
French

1934. Roger Martin. Ll. 57-70. In his Essai. . . #948, pp. 318-19.
(549b  
L. 57 reads, Ils vont plus loin, où coulent des minéraux qui se forment.

TOPHET
CRITICISM

1930. Leonard Whibley. "Gray's satirical poems." In TLS, Oct. 9, 1930, p. 805.
(550  
Believes Tophet was written c. 1750.

8. GENERAL CRITICISM

1760. Geo. Colman and Robt Lloyd. Two odes. . . London. . . MDCCLX.
(551-N1535  
Commented on by [Nathaniel Appleton Haven], 'Silva, No. 44,' The Monthly Anthology, V (Oct., 1808), 550-51.

1761. In The Library: or, Moral and Critical Magazine, I (1761), 158, 238.
(552-N1535a  
1767. [Archibald Campbell.] In his The sale of authors, a dialogue, in imitation of Lucian's sale of philosophers.




75

London: Printed, and sold by the Booksellers in London and and Westminster. 1767.
FLP, M   (553-N1539a  
4 1/4" x 6 7/8". Pp. xvi, 250. A poem containing an account of the sale of Gray to the bookdealers for half a guinea with several unflattering anecdotes and sneers at his poetry. See esp. pp. xi, xii, 2-3, 9-10, 21-25.

"An essay on elegies." In The Annual Register. . . for the year 1767, pp. 220-22.
(554-N1539b  
1771. Hor. Walpole. "Memoir of Gray." . . .
(555-N1545  
See J. G. Fairfax, 'Horace Walpole's view on literature,' in Eighteenth century literature, an Oxford miscellany, Oxford: Clarendon, 1899, pp. 115, 123. Reprinted 1909. See also pp. 104, 118, 122.

1778. Percival Stockdale. In his An inquiry into the nature, and genuine laws of poetry; including a particular defense of the writings, and genius of Mr. Pope. London: Printed for N. Conant, 1778, pp. 92-124.
LC   (556-N1565a, p. [255]  
A vigorous attack on Gray's taste and poetry.

1781. Johnson's Life of Gray quoted in The Critical Review, LII (Aug., 1781), 86-89.
(557-N1571  
1782. [John Callander of Craigforth.] In his Deformities of Dr. Samuel Johnson. Selected from his works. . . Edinburgh: Printed for the author; and sold by W. Creech, and T. Longman, and J. Stockdale, London. M. DCC. LXXII.
(558-N1572b  
A defense of Gray against Johnson's criticism, pp. 17-21, 24.

1783. Hugh Blair. "Lecture XXXIX." In his Lectures on rhetorick and belles lettres. London: Printed for W. Strahan, T. Cadell, and W. Creech, 1783, p. 360.
(559-N1575a  
"Account of the life and writings of William Mason, M. A." In The European Magazine, IV (Dec., 1783), 410-13.
(560-N1575b  
1789. [Wm Belsham.] In his Essays, philosophical, historical, and literary. . . London: Printed for C. Dilly, in the Poultry. MDCCLXXXIX. I, 230.
M   (561-N1584a  
Reprinted Dublin, by J. Moore, No. 45, College-Green, M. DCC. XC. (FLP) Also Essays, philosophical and moral, historical and literary. London: Printed for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1799, I, 43; II, 504, 505.

1794. [Tho. Jas Mathias.] The pursuits of literature. . .
(562-N1594  
Comments by T. L. M. in The Monthly Mag., V (Apr., 1798), 246; Gilbert Wakefield, 'Greek version of Gray's Elegy,' ibid., May, pp. 321-22; T. S. S., ibid., VI (Nov., 1798), 326.

1797. "Provincial occurrences. . . Deaths. . ." In The Monthly Magazine, III (Apr., 1797), 325.
(563-N1596'  
Mason's admiration for Gray.

1798. "Imitations and similarities." In The Monthly Magazine, VI (Aug., 1798), 113-14.
(564-N1598a  
Disagrees with Johnson's objections to Spr, l. 26, and Bard, l. 51. Suggests




76

Dryden as source of Bard, l. 51. and Hudibras and Paradise Lost, I, 535, as source of Bard, l. 20.

"Extracts from the port folio of a man of letters." In The Monthly Magazine, V (May, 1798), 365-66.
(565-N1598b  
Points out echoes of Pope, Milton, Shakespeare, Otway, and Butler in Spr, Adv, Bard, PP.

[Hor. Walpole.] "Walpoliana, No. VI." In The Monthly Magazine, VI (Aug., 1798), 118; ". . .No. VII." Ibid., (Oct.), 279.
(566-N1599'  
Extracts from Walpole's letters in which he compares Hume and Gray, describes Gray's appearance and religious opinions, and accepts the blame for his quarrel with Gray.

1800. J. T. R. "To a lady, on her demand of a promised ode." In The Monthly Magazine, IX, Part I (Apr. 1, 1800), 262.
(567-N1606a  
Poem. Comments on Gray, ll. 1-4.

1801. "Eighteenth century. Old Man." In The Monthly Magazine, XI (Mar., 1801), 152.
(568-9-N1606b  
A poem. Comment on Gray, l. 42.

Letter to the editor. In The Monthly Magazine, XII (Sept. l, 1801), 106-07.
(570-N1607a  
Comparison of Gray's odes to The shield of Tho. Little [Tho. Moore].

1802. Philologicus. "Strictures on a poem of Mason." In The Monthly Magazine, XIV (Oct. 1, 1802), 226.
(571-N1608a  
In The Port Folio, II (Feb. 27, 1802), 61.
(572-N1608b  
Senex. Letter to Mr. Saunter in "The American lounger, by Samuel Saunter, Esq." The Port Folio, II (Aug. 7, 1802), [241].
(573-N1608c  
1803. John Aikin. "Letter XIV." In his Letters to a young lady on a course of English poetry. London, 1803.
(574-N1609a  
A critical account of Gray's poetry, esp. Spr, Eton, Adv, FS, the Pindaric odes, PP, Bard, El, Ed.
Reprinted, London, 1804; pp. 184-93; New York: By Hopkins and Seymour for J. Osborn, 1806, pp 184-93; Boston: Printed at the Anthology Office, Published by Thomas and Whipple, Newburyport, 1806, pp. 141-47.

A. B. Letter to the editor. In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Dec. 1, 1803), 399.
(575-N1609b  
". . .Biographical memoirs. . . Dr. Beattie." In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Nov. 1, 1803), 377.
(576-N1609c  
Gray's advice to Beattie concerning the Minstrel.

"Cantabrigiana. . . Milton." In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Sept. 1, 1803), 133.
(577-N1609d  
"Coleana. Consisting of selections from the . . . MSS. bequeathed by the late Mr. Cole, to the British Museum. . . Mr. Gray." In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Oct. 1, 1803), 209.
(578-N1609e  




77

Cole's description of Gray's personal appearance and his opinion that the profile portr. in Mason's ed. (#20) is 'horrible.'

"Cantabrigiana. . . Gray on Ossian's poems." In The Monthly Magazine, XV (Feb. 1, 1803), 35.
(579-N1609f  
"An author's evenings. . ." In The Port Folio, III (May 28, 1803), 170-72.
(580-N1610a  
"Life of Thomas Gray, LL. B." In The Port Folio, III (Aug. 13, 1803), 260-61; (Aug. 20), 268-69; (Aug. 27), 276-78.
(581-N1610b  
This appears to be a reworked version of Anderson's biog. (N79, X, 185-213). It reprints #81, 83, 93, 145, 206, 414, 512, 545, 549, See also Ellis, #651, p. 192.

"Extracts from the port-folio of a man of letters. . . Mr. Gray." In The Monthly Magazine, XVI (Sept. 1, 1803), 144.
(582-N1611a  
Walpole's comments on Gray's humor and on the portr. of Gray in #20.

1804. "Cantabrigiana. . . Gray, the poet." In The Monthly Magazine, XVII (Feb. 1, 1804), 37.
(583-N1613a  
Gray's carriage and Christopher Smart's comment on it.

"The caravansery." In The Port Folio, IV (Dec. 15, 1804), 398.
(584-N1614a  
H[or]. W[alpole]. "Coliana. . . letters from Lord Orford to Mr. Cole [Apr. 11, 1775]." In The Monthly Magazine, XVIII (Sept. 1, 1804), 127-29.
(585-N1614b  
Praises Mason's Memoir (#20).

1805. [John Sylvester John Gardiner.] "Remarker No. 2." In The Monthly Anthology, II (Sept., 1805), 517-19.
(586-N1615a  
"Cantabrigiana. Men's opinions and judgments concerning unbelievers. Mr. Gray." In The Monthly Magazine, XIX (Mar. 1, 1805), 126.
(587-N1615b  
Walpole said Gray was an unbeliever, but Gray disliked Hume and Voltaire.
Reprinted in 'Anecdotes. Mr Gray,' in The Literary Magazine and American Register, IV (Aug., 1805), 147-48.

1806. Sir Wm Forbes. Account of the life and writings of James Beattie. . .
(588-N1618  
Gray's advice on The Minstrel noted in rev. in Monthly Mag., XXII (Jan. 25, 1807), 634.

"Londiniana. Cornhill." In The Monthly Magazine, XXI (May 1, 1806), 314.
(589-N1618'  
The burning of Gray's birthplace in 1748.

[Wm Tudor, Jr.] "Silva. No. 12." In The Monthly Anthology, III (Feb., 1806), 62-63.
(590-N1618''  
Defends Johnson's criticism of Gray and points out debt of Bard and El to Celio Magno and Petrarch.

1807. [Anne Macvicar Grant.] In her Letters from the




78

mountains; being the real correspondence of a lady, between the years 1773 and 1807. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. 3d ed., I, 73, 91; III, 56.
(591-N1618b  
Comments on Adv, quotes PP, El.

1808. Elizabeth Carter and Catherine Talbot. In their A series of letters between Mrs. Elisabeth Carter and Miss Catherine Talbot, from the year 1741 to 1770. To which are added, letters from Mrs. Elisabeth Carter to Mrs. Vesey, between the years 1763 and 1787. . . In two volumes. . . . London: Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington. . . 1808.
(592-N1622a  
Vol. I: Mrs. C. to Miss T., Feb. 14, 1751, p. 250 (El); Miss T. to Mrs. C., Mar. 16, 1751, p. 257 (El); Miss T. to Mrs. C., Sept. 27, 1751, p. 283 (quotes El, ll. 53-56).
Vol. II: Mrs. C. to Mrs. V., May 21, 1765, p. 114 ('your party on Friday with Mr. Gray'); Mrs. C. to Mrs. V., July 28, 1769, p. 189 (Music); Mrs. C. to Mrs. V., Oct. 22, 1779, p. 352 (Bard).

*[John Sylvester John Gardiner.] "Silva, No. 36. . . Gray." In The Monthly Anthology, V (Feb., 1808), 100-01.
(593-N1622b  
This article commences in The Monthly Anthology for 1808 a long and, on Gardiner's part, rather acrimonious controversy concerning the merits of Gray's poetry. In the course of it Gardiner, supporting Johnson's views, attacks Gray's odes, frequently by means of parodies (See #106, 518, 519, 1201). Gardiner's articles appear as follows: 'Silva, No. 41,' (July), 357; 'Remarker, No. 35. . . Letter to the Remarker, No. 34,' (Aug.) 416-19; 'Silva, No. 43,' (Sept.), 495- 97; 'Silva, No. 46,' (Dec), 654-55. Gray's odes are defended anonymously by Joseph Stevens Buckminster in 'Remarker, No. 34,' (July), 367-72, and in 'To the author of the 35th Remarker. Vindication of Gray,' (Sept.), 484-86. See also [Alexander Hill Everett], 'Silva, No. 42. Blair's Grave,' (Aug.), 426, and #110, 586, 594. For identification of the contributors see Howe, #635, pp. 317-28.

1809. R. [Paul Allen] "Defence of Gray." #110.
(594-N1624a  
D. "Classical disquisitions. Pindar." In The Athenaeum, a magazine of literary and miscellaneous information. . . V (Feb., 1809), 131.
(595-N1625a  
Gray's comment on the union of subject and simile in Pindar.

1810. [Jacob Bigelow.] "Silva, No. 67." In The Monthly Anthology, IX (Sept. 1810), 162.
(596-N1627'  
"Copy of a letter, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Norton Nicholls. . ." In The Monthly Magazine, XXIX (June 1, 1810), 424-25, 427.
(597-N1627c  
1811. Observator. "Extract from Gray's Life." In The Monthly Magazine, XXXII (Sept. 1, 1811), 124-25.
(598-N1628a  
Gray's interest in Linnaeus.

1813. The philosophy of nature; or the influence of scenery on the mind and heart. London: John Murray, 1813, I, 68, 252; II, 68-69, 159, 195, 198, 206, 265.
(599-600-N1632a  
1830. η. In David Brewster, ed. Edinburgh encyclopaedia. Edinburgh, 1830, X, 456-58.
(601-N1671a  
1835. Saml T. Coleridge. Table talk for Apr. 21, 1811,




79

and Oct. 23, 1833. In his Specimens of the table talk of the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge. [ed. Hen. N. Coleridge.] London: Murray, 1835, 2v.
(601a-N1681a  
Comparison of Collins and Gray, criticism of Music and Bard.

1836. [Edgar Allan Poe.] "Pinakidia." In The Southern Literary Messenger, II (Aug., 1836), 575, 578.
(601b-N1685a  
Sources of the El.

[Robt E. A. Willmott.] "Gray and Mason. A summer day with the muses." In his Conversations at Cambridge. London: John W. Parker, 1836, pp. 160-218.
LC   (602-N1685b  
An imaginary conversation paraphrasing Gray's critical opinions

1837. [Sir] Jas Prior. In his The life of Oliver Goldsmith. . . London: Murray, MDCCCXXXVII, I, 231, 438, 446; II, 19, 23-25, 59, 62, 160, 212, 286, 367-68, 464, 548, 550-51, 561.
(602a-N1190a  
Largely concerned with Goldsmith's opinion of Gray's poetry.

1838. Robt Southey. In his Poetical works. . . London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1838, I, viii.
(603-N1694a  
1847. [Chas Knight, J. Thorne, G. Dodd, A. Winter, Harriet Martineau, W. Wylie.] In The land we live in. A pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British Empire. London: Chas Knight, [n. d.], 4v.
(604-N1718a  
[1847-50.]
I, 123. Account of Gray at Cambridge; 235, PP, ll. 83-94 quoted; IV, 164, Gray's bust in Westminster Abbey.

1849. Chas Augustin Sainte-Beuve. "Deuxième leçon." In his Chateaubriand et son groupe littéraire sous l'empire, cours professé à Liége en 1848-1849. . . Paris: Garnier, 1861.
(605-N1724a  
Reprinted Paris: Michel Lévy, 1872, I, 85. Influence of Gray on Fontanes.

1854. Chas Knight. In his Once upon a time. London: Murray, 1854, II, 39, 43, 69-70, 72, 77, 79, 88, 233.
(606-N1742a  
Quarrel with Walpole, death, opinion of Garrick and of Sterne.

W[alter]. S[avage]. L[andor]. "Goldsmith and Gray." In The Examiner, No. 2433, Sept. 16, 1854, p. 585.
(607-N1742b  
Reprinted in his Dry sticks, 1858 (N1749).

1868. Joseph Hatton. "On some pleasant books." In The Gentleman's Magazine, n. s. I (Nov., 1868), 790, 792.
(608-N1763a  
Gray's manner and Disraeli's belief that Shenstone inspired El.

1871. C[harlotte]. M[aria]. Birch [Salwey]. "To Thomas Gray." In her Reveries of song. London: Bell and Daldy, 1871, pp. [9]-13.
NYP   (608a-N1770a  
A poem.




80

l874. Sara Coleridge. In her Memoir and letters of Sara Coleridge edited by her daughter. New York: Harper, 1874, pp. 472-73.
(609-N1773a  
See also Broughton, #996.

1880. Chas Algernon Swinburne. In his introduction to Collins in The English poets. Selections, with critical introductions by various writers. Tho. Humphrey Ward, ed. London: Macmillan, 1880, III, 278.
(609a-N1793'  
Reprinted in Swinburne's Miscellanies. London: Chatto & Windus, 1886, pp. 56, 57, 58, 61.

1885. Laurence Hutton. In his Literary landmarks of London. London: Unwin, 1885; New York: Harper, 1897.
(610-N1815a  
1886. *Alois [Leonhard] Brandl. In his Samuel Taylor Coleridge und die englische Romantik. Strassburg: Trübner; Berlin: Oppenheim, 1886.
(611-N1823a  
Many sections on the influence of Gray, esp. his odes, on Coleridge's early style.
Translated into English as Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the English romantic school. Eng. ed. by Lady Eastlake assisted by the author. London: Murray, 1887. No index. See pp. 17, 24, 30, 33, 35, 36, 37, 82, 86, 87, 105, 151, 152, 175, 233.

1887. Saml Longfellow, ed. In his Final memorials of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston: Ticknor, 1887.
(612-N1825a  
1891. Jas C. Parsons. In his English versification for the use of students. Boston: Leach, Shewell, and Sanborn, 1891.
(613-N1844a  
Wm Connor Sydney. In his England and the English in the eighteenth century, chapters in the social history of the times. London: Ward & Downey; New York: Macmillan, 1891, I, 327; II, 84, 98-99, 105, 106, 110, 248-49, 263, 370, 371.
(614-N1845a  
Many brief references to Bard, El, Duncombe's parody of El (N868), Gray's opinion of mathematics, Cambridge, and the Lakes.

1892. Arthur Christopher Benson, "Thomas Gray." [a sonnet.] In Le cahier jaune. Poems by Arthur Christopher Benson. Eton: Geo. New [Privately printed], 1892, p. 32.
LC   (615-N1846a  
Reprinted in his Poems, London: Lane, 1909, p. 55.

Lewis Addison Rhoades. In his Höltys Verhältnis zu der englischen Literatur. Göttingen [diss.], 1892, pp. 14, 16-19, 37, 40, 46.
(616-N1850a  
Gray's influence on Ludwig H. C. Hölty.

1895. Arthur Christopher Benson. Thomas Gray. [verse monologue.] Eton: Drake, 1895.
(617-N1864  
Reprinted in his The professor and other poems, London: Lane, 1900, pp. 73-89, and in his Poems (#615), pp. 24-33.




81

Saml Taylor Coleridge. In his Anima poetae. From the unpublished note-books. . . Edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge. London: Heinemann, MDCCCXCV, pp. 5, 270. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1895, pp. 4, 228.
(618-N1864a  
Unfavorable criticism of Bard and El.

G. F. Reynolds Anderson. "Thomas Gray." In The white book of muses. Edinburgh: G. P. Johnston, 1895, pp. 53-54.
(619-N1868'  
Poem. 18 ll.

1898. Susan Hale. "Horace Walpole and Gray." In her Men and manners of the eighteenth century. Meadville: Flood and Vincent (Chautauqua Reading Circle Literature), 1898, 203-32.
(620-N1885a  
1900. E. Yardley. "Dryden." In N&Q, May 5, 1900, p. 353.
(621-N1906a  
Echoes of Dryden, Virgil, Homer, Lucretius in El and PP.

1901. A. Serena. In his Alessandro Pope e i traduttori veneti dall'inglese. Treviso, 1901.
(621a-N1909a  
According to Fucilla (#950) Serena mentions some versions from Gray by Osvaldo Tossadoni. I have been unable to find either Serena or Tossadoni.

Tho. Herbert Warren. "Gray and Dante." (1901) Reprinted in his Essays of poets and poetry. . . See also p. vi.
(622-N1910  
1902. J[ohn]. H[epburn]. Millar. In his The mid-eighteenth century. New York: Scribner's, 1902.
(623-N1910a  
Gray as a poet, pp. 192-95, as a letter-writer, pp. 304-06.

1903. D[avid]. Nichol Smith. In his Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. Glasgow: Jas MacLehose, 1903, p. xxxiv.
(624-N1921a  
1904. Leslie Stephen. In his English literature and society in the eighteenth century (Ford Lectures, 1903). London: Duckworth; New York: Putnam's, 1904, pp. 17, 172, 174-75, 177, 210, 214.
(625-N1921b  
Gray's interest in scholarship, Norse myth, and Ossian.

Stephen L. Gwynn. "Young, Thomson, Collins, and Gray." In his The masters of English literature. London: Macmillan, 1904.
(626-N1924a  
Revised eds., Macmillan, 1908, 1925.

Geo. Saintsbury. In his A history of criticism and literary taste in Europe. . .
(627-N1928  
Reprinted in his A history of English criticism, being the English chapters of A history of criticism and literary taste in Europe. New York: Dodd, Mead, [1911].

Theodore Watts-Dunton. . . .Poetry and the renascence of wonder. . . 1916. See also pp. 37, 231, 288-89.
(628-N1929a  




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Rev. C. Northup, JEGP, XVI (1917), 624-27.

1905. Alexandre Beljame and Emile Legouis. In their Morceaux choisis de littérature anglais, a l'usage des classes supérieures. Paris: Hachette, 1905.
(628a-N1930a  
J[ohn]. S[emple]. Smart. In his James Macpherson, an episode in literature. London: David Nutt, 1905.
(629-N1934a  
1906. Chas Cestre. In his La révolution française et les poètes anglais (1789-1809). Paris: Hachette, 1906.
(630-N1934b  
Emily J. Climenson, ed. In her Elizabeth Montagu. . .
(631-N1935  
Also publ. New York: Dutton, 1906.

1907. F[ernand]. Baldensperger. In his Etudes d'histoire litteraire, Ie série. Paris: Hachette, 1907, p. 93.
(632-N1939a  
Also 1910, p. 188.

1908. Wm Page, ed. In his The Victoria history of the County of Buckingham. Vol. II: London: Constable, 1908, p. 199. Vol. III: London: St. Catherine Press, 1925, pp. 302-30.
(633-N1956  
Guido Muoni. In his Poesia notturna pre-romantica. La mente e la fama di Gerolamo Cardano. Milano: Società Editrice Libraria, 1908, p. 43.
YU   (634-N1956a  
1909. Lacy Collison-Morley. In his Giuseppe Baretti: with an account of his literary friendships and feuds in Italy and in England in the days of Dr. Johnson. London: Murray, 1909. (Intro. by F. Marion Crawford)
(634a-N1960a  
1910. Eugenio Donadoni. In his Ugo Foscolo, pensatore, critico, poeta: saggio. Palermo: Remo Sandron, 1910.
(634b-N1967a  
Reprinted 1927 (ColU). Gray's influence on Foscolo, pp. 486-87.

M[ark]. A[ntony]. De Wolfe Howe, ed. In his Anthology Society. Journal of the proceedings of the society which conducts The monthly anthology & Boston review, October 3, 1805, to July 2, 1811. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, 1910.
(635-N1968a  
See #593.

Grace Harriet Macurdy. "The classical element in Gray's poetry." In CW, IV (Dec. 3, 1910), 58-62.
(636-N1968b  
Further comment by Kenneth C. M. Sills, 'A lesson from Gray's Elegy,' ibid. (Feb. 4, 1911), 116-17.

Ralph Straus. "Dodsley, Gray, and Horace Walpole." In his Robert Dodsley, poet, publisher & playwright. London: Lane, 1910, pp. 153-68.
(637-N1973a  




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A discussion of Gray's relations with Dodsley. See also index.

1911. Wm Jaggard. In his Shakespeare bibliography: a dictionary of every known issue of the writings of our national poet. . . Stratford-on-Avon: Shakespeare Press, 1911, p. 499, col. 2.
(638-N1977a  
Gray's annotated copy of Shakespeare's Works (London, 1740) at Warwick Castle.

Harry Thurston Peck. In his A history of classical philology from the seventh century B. C. to the twentieth century A. D. New York: Macmillan, 1911, p. 371.
(639-N1979a  
Helene Richter. In her Geschichte der englischen Romantik. Halle: Niemeyer. Vol. I, 1911. Vol. II, 1916.
(640-N1979b  
Fr. Viglione. "Di alcune relazioni di Angelo Mazza con la letteratura inglese." In Fanfulla della Domenica, 22 gennaio, 1911, p. 2.
(641-N1980'  
1912. L[aurence]. C[hurton]. Collins. In his Life and memoirs of John Churton Collins. London: Lane, 1912.
(642-N1980b  
Oliver Elton. In his A survey of English literature, 1780-1830. London: Arnold, 1912.
(643-N1980c  
Arthur Gray. "The times of Gray." In his Cambridge and its story. London: Methuen, 1912, pp. 246-65.
(644-N1980d  
Reprinted as Cambridge University: an episodical history. Cambridge: Heffer, 1926, pp. 224-41. See also pp. 118, 198, 208, 242, 243, 248, 294 for further material concerning Gray and his life at Cambridge.

Raymond D. Havens. "Romantic aspects of the age of Pope." In PMLA, XXVII (1912), 307-08, 313.
(645-N1980e  
Gray's interest in natural history and mountain scenery.

Daniel Mornet. In his Le Romantisme en France au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Hachette, 1912, pp. 115, 120, 272.
(646-N1983a  
1913. F[rancis]. M. Connell. In his A text-book for the study of poetry. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 1913. See pp. iv-v and index.
(647-N1987a  
1914. Arthur Grant. "Stoke Pogis and Thomas Gray." In his In the old paths. Memories of literary pilgrimages. Boston: Houghton, 1914, pp. 63-73.
(648-N1991b  
An appreciative description of Stoke country and church and Gray's affection for Stoke. Reprints omitted stanzas from El, p. [62]. See also pp. 20, 28, 29, 37, 42, 44, 49, 129, 135, 140-41, 150-51, 154, 155, 176, 212, 223, 275.

Paget Toynbee. "Horace Walpole and 'Mrs. G.' Suggested solution of an enigma." In The London Daily Times, Apr. 13, 1914, p. 9.
(649-N1992b'  
1915. Wm Prideaux Courtney and David Nichol Smith. In their A bibliography of Samuel Johnson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1915.
(650-N1992c'  




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Harold Milton Ellis. In his Joseph Dennie and his circle. A study in American literature from 1792 to 1812. Austin, Tex., 1915. (Bulletin of the Univ. of Tex., no. 40, Studies in English, no. 3)
(651-N1992c''  
Eduard Engel. In his Geschichte der englischen Literatur von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Mit einem Anhang: Die nord-amerikanische Literatur. Leipzig: Brandstetter, 1915.
(652-N1992c'''  
Alice M. Killen. In her Le roman "terrifiant" ou roman "noir" de Walpole à Anne Radcliffe et son influence sur la littérature française jusqu'en 1840. Paris: Georges Crès, 1915.
(653-N1992e  
Reprinted Paris: Champion, 1923 (Bibliothèque de la Revue de littérature comparée, no. 4).
Rev. P. Van Tieghem, RSH, XXXVIII (1924), 152.

G[eo]. F[rancis]. Richardson. In his A neglected aspect of the English romantic revolt. In Univ. of Calif. Publications in Modern Philology, III (May 20, 1915), 266, 320, 326-27, 347. Diss.
(654-N1993'  
1916. A[rthur]. C[hristopher]. Benson. "The secret of Gray." In Living Age, CCXCI (Dec. 23, 1916), 761-62, and in Poetry Review, VII (Dec. 1916), 385-86.
(655-N1993''  
Gray did speak out; the real appeal of his poems 'lies in the passionate individuality behind them' (the Epitaph in the El).

Geo. Saintsbury. In his The peace of the Augustans. A survey of eighteenth century literature as a place of rest and refreshment. London: Bell, 1916.
(656-N1993h  
Largely concerned with Gray as a letter-writer and poet.

R. A. Taylor. "Gray and his friends." In The London Quarterly Review, CXXVI (Oct., 1916), 218-26.
(657-N1993i  
In The London Daily Times, Nov. 22, 1916, p. 10.
(658-N1993j  
The Gray bicentenary. See 'Poetry and war. Lord Crewe on generals and romance.' Ibid., Dec. 16, p. 5.

"Thomas Gray's birthplace." In The London Daily Times, Dec. 26, 1916, p. 3.
(659-N1993k  
1917. Marjorie Latta Barstow. In her Wordsworth's theory of poetic diction, a study of the historical and personal background of the Lyrical ballads. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1917. (Yale Stud. in Eng., LVII)
(660  
David H. Bishop. "The father of the Wartons." In SAQ, XVI (1917), 367.
(661  
The Dean of Norwich. "The bicentenary of Gray." In The Cornhill Magazine, n. s. XLII (Jan., 1917), 98-106.
(662  
A general discussion of Gray as a literary man.




85

John Drinkwater. "Thomas Gray." In his Prose papers. London: Elkin Mathews, 1917, pp. 94-108.
(663  
A reprint of his intro. to The poems of Thomas Gray, London: Dent, 1912 (N49). Also reprinted in his The muse in council. . . Boston, Houghton, 1925, pp. [114]-125.

J. Paul Kaufman. "Stockdale on Gray's productivity." In MLN, XXXII (1917), 439-40.
(664  
Believes that Stockdale (#556) provides the 'first detailed explanation of the meagreness of Gray's literary production.'

"Gray." In The Living Age, CCXCII (Feb. 17, 1917), 418-23.
(665  
Reprinted from TLS, Dec. 21, 1916, pp. 617-18 (N1993f, p. 256).

C. A. Moore. "The return to nature in English poetry of the eighteenth century." In SP, XIV (1917), 265.
(666  
*H. P. Stokes. "Thomas Gray and his Cambridge relatives." In The Cambridge Review, XXXVIII (Jan. 17, 1917), 164-67.
(667  
Corrects mistakes of Tovey and Gosse and prints a genealogical table of Gray and his relatives.

Lawrence E. Tanner "Thomas Gray." In N&Q, Jan. 13, 1917, p. 32.
(668  
A reply to McGovern (N1993b. See also N1993b, p. 256) concerning Gray memorials at Cambridge and repeating 'tub of water' story. Further comment by J. B. McGovern, N&Q, Feb. 3, 1917, p. 99; Edw. Bensly, ibid., Feb. 24, p. 153; Albert Matthews, Mar. 24, p. 237 (refutes 'tub of water' story by quoting Kittredge, N1902).

"News in brief." In The London Daily Times, Apr. 18, 1917, p. 5.
(669  
See #680.

1918. Laurence Binyon. In his English poetry in its relation to painting and the other arts. The British Academy third annual lecture on art in relation to civilization. Henriette Hertz Trust. [From Proceedings of the Brit. Acad., Vol. VIII.] London: Oxford, n. d. Read June 5, 1918.
(670  
[1918.]
Style of El (p. 16) and of Agrippina (p. 17).

Caroline Goad. In her Horace in the English literature of the eighteenth century. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1918, pp. 272, 288, 560-61, 572-73, 605. (Yale Studies in English, LVIII)
(670a  
Rev. P. Van Tieghem, RSH, XXX (1920), 205.

Edmund Gosse. "The text of Gray's poems." In TLS, May 24, 1918, p. 245.
(671  
Comments on mistakes in his ed. which are corrected by Poole (#51). Reply by Paget Toynbee, pointing out errors in Gosse's letter, June 6, p. 264.

Alice I[sabel]. Hazeltine. In her A study of William Shenstone and of his critics, with fifteen of his unpublished poems and five of his unpublished Latin inscriptions.




86

Menasha, Wis: Geo. Banta, 1918, pp. 9, 18, 23-24, 25, 29, 32, 34, 36, 43, 45, 46, 50-51, 53.
(672  
Points out debts of El to Shenstone and objects to Gray's criticism of Shenstone.
Rev. G. F. Whicher, JEGP, XXI (1922), 549-51.

A. Edw. Newton. In his The amenities of book-collecting and kindred affections. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1918.
(673  
Includes an account of Wolfe's copy of the El.

Fredk E. Pierce. In his Currents and eddies in the English romantic generation. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1918.
(674  
Robt Shafer. In his The English ode to 1660. An essay in literary history. Princeton: Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1918. Diss.
(675-7  
Hor. Walpole. In Supplement to the letters of Horace Walpole. . . together with upwards of 150 letters addressed to Walpole between 1735 and 1796. Chronologically arranged and edited with notes and indices by Paget Toynbee. Oxford: Clarendon. Vols. I, II, 1918. Vol. III, 1926.
(678  
A few previously unprinted refs. to Gray.
Rev. Paul Yvon, RAA, III (1926), 550-53.

Sir Herbert Warren. "Thomas Gray, 'the poet of Cornhill'." In The Fortnightly Review, n. s. CIII, o. s. CIX (June, 1918), 866-74.
(679  
Biographical and appreciative discussion, esp. of El. Delivered in Church of St. Michael, Mar 22, 1918.

"Thomas Gray's birthplace." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 9, 1918, p. 3.
(680  
Unveiling of tablet, Mar. 22, at No. 39 Cornhill. See also Daily Times, Mar. 23, p. 3; Mar. 25, p. 5. See #669.

1919. Irving Babbitt. In his Rousseau and romanticism. Boston: Houghton, 1919.
(681  
Place of the El in the history of romantic melancholy.

"Blake's Designs for Gray. Light on their history." In The London Daily Times, Nov. 5, 1919, p. 15.
(681a  
Geo. B. Denton. "A stanza ascribed to Thomas Gray." In MP, XVII (1919), 55-56.
(682  
Points out that fragments attributed to Gray by Tovey (N45, N1506) on the strength of a reference by Mrs. Piozzi to 'Mr. Gray' were probably by Robt Gray.

Edw. Elgar. "Gray, Walpole, West and Ashton — the quadruple alliance." In TLS, Sept. 5, 1919, p. 473.
(683  
Origin of the names adopted by the four friends and comments on #436-7.

C[has]. R[obt]. L[eslie]. Fletcher. In his Historical portraits. Oxford: Clarendon. Vol. III, 1919.
(684  
Biog. and Eckhardt portr., pp. 243-45.




87

C[has]. H[arold]. Herford. In his Norse myth in English poetry. Manchester: Univ. Press, Longmans, Green, 1919, pp. 10-14.
(685  
Discusses FS, Odin, PP, and Bard. 'Gray's "runic" poems appeared in 1768, and fairly started the Norse vogue.' (p. 14)

John Livingston Lowes. In his Convention and revolt in poetry. New York: Houghton, 1919; London: Constable, 1930, pp. 291-92, 297.
(686  
Paul Elmer More. "Gray's letters." In his With the wits. Shelburne essays. Tenth series. Boston: Houghton, 1919, pp. 255-76.
(687  
Reprinted from Nation, XCVI (June 12, 1913), 592-95 (N1286).

Elizabeth Nitchie. In her Vergil and the English poets. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1919. (Col. Univ. Studies in Eng. and Compar. Lit.)
(688  
"Notes on sales." In TLS, Nov. 14, 1919, p. 656.
(689  
Grierson's discovery of the Duke of Hamilton's copy of Blake's Designs.

1920. Max von Boehn. In his England im 18. Jahrhundert. Berlin: Askanischer, 1920, pp. 495-96, 520.
(690  
*Stopford A. Brooke. "Collins and Gray." In his Naturalism in English poetry. New York: Dutton, 1920, pp. 42-66. See also pp. 2, 12, 28, 29, 32, 38, 41, 73, 81, 93, 94, 114, 162-66.
(691  
Gray's use of the classics and nature, a comparison of the treatment of nature in Gray and Wordsworth. Believes Gray was not as 'true' a poet as Collins.
Rev. Saturday Rev. CXXX (Aug. 14, 1920), 141; H. Gorman, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Jan. 16, 1921, p. 14.

C[arl]. [John] B[irch]. Burchardt. In his Norwegian life and literature. English accounts and views especially in the 19th century. London: Oxford, 1920.
(692-3  
Louis Cazamian. In his L'évolution psychologique et la littérature en Angleterre 1660-1914. Paris: Alcan, 1920, pp. 134, 137.
(694  
Arundell Del Re. "Gray and Cambridge in 1769." In TLS, Sept. 23, 1920, p. 619.
(695  
Quotes account of visit to Gray as described by Bonstetten (N1674). Reply discussing Gray's attachment to Miss Speed by Paget Toynbee, 'Bonstetten on Gray,' TLS, Sept. 30, p. 636.

Chas Mills Gayley and Benj. Putnam Kurtz. In their Methods and materials of literary criticism, lyric, epic, and allied forms of poetry. Boston: Ginn, 1920.
(696  
*Marie-L. Herking. In her Charles-Victor de Bonstetten, 1745-1832: sa vie, ses oeuvres. Lausanne: La Concorde, 1920. Berne diss.
UP   (697  
This consists of only pp. [9]-12, [211]-446. The entire thesis was printed Lausanne: Imprimerie La Concorde, 1921 (UM). It contains a detailed account of Bonstetten's friendship with Gray.




88

Rev. P. Van Tieghem, RSH, XXXII (1921), 145.

Chas Herbert Huffman. In his The eighteenth-century novel in theory and practice. Dayton, Va.: Ruebush-Kieffer, [1920]. Va. diss.
(698  
Robt Lynd. "Gray and Collins." In his The art of letters. London: Unwin, 1920; New York: Scribner's, 1921, pp. 99-105.
(699  
Concerned largely with the natural style of the El.

Bliss Perry. In his A study of poetry. Boston: Houghton, 1920.
(700  
Gray's views on lyric poetry.

Mark Van Doren. In his The poetry of John Dryden. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920.
(701  
Gray's interest in Dryden. Reprinted New York: Holt, 1946.

Robt C. Whitford. "Lexiphanes: satire's view of Doctor Johnson." In SAQ, XIX (1920), 148-49.
(702  
Johnson's criticism of Gray 'roused the greatest storm of satirical resentment.'

1921. Edmund Kemper Broadus. In his The laureateship: a study of the office of poet laureate in England. With some account of the poets. Oxford: Clarendon, 1921.
(703  
Gray's refusal of the laureateship.

Seymour De Ricci. In his The book collector's guide, a practical handbook of British and American bibliography. Philadelphia: Rosenbach, 1921.
(704  
Describes first eds. of Eton, El, Odes, Cand, Bentley's Designs, Music and lists their prices and owners.

John W. Draper. "Queen Anne's Act: a note on English copyright." In MLN, XXXVI (1921), 149, 151, 152, 153.
(705  
Mason's suit against Murray.

Alice Galimberti. In her Dante nel pensiero inglese con traduzioni originale e 6 tavole fuori testo. Firenze: Le Monnier, 1921.
(706  
Influence of Dante on Gray.

S. H. Hamer. "Stoke Poges churchyard." In The London Daily Times, Feb. 1, 1921, p. 6.
(707  
Giuseppe Manacorda. In his Studi foscoliani (postumo). Bari: Laterza & Figli, 1921, pp. 142, 143, 150, 153, 218, 287, 302-03.
(708  
Influence of Gray on Foscolo.

Paget Toynbee. "A Walpole allusion explained." In TLS, Oct. 20, 1921, p. 680.
(709  
A thrust at the public's lack of enthusiasm for the Bard and PP.

Geo. Edw. Woodberry. "Friend of Gray [West]." In his Studies of a litterateur. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1921,




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pp. 101-05.
(710  
A revision of his rev. of Tovey in Nation, LI (Oct. 9, 1890), 293-94 (N45).

1922. Laurence Binyon. "The English ode." In Essays by divers hands. Being the transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom. N. s. Vol. II. Ed., Wm Ralph Inge. London: Oxford, 1922, pp. 9, 12-13.
(711  
William Blake's Designs for Gray's poems. Reproduced full-size in monochrome or colour from the unique copy belonging to. . . the Duke of Hamilton with an introduction by H. J. C. Grierson. London: Oxford, 1922.
(712  
Folio. 116 plates of mono., 6 of color. Limited ed. of 650 copies. In intro. (pp. [5]-18) Grierson states that Blake enjoyed 'Gray's imaginative and finished personifications and his feeling for the romantic element in older Ehglish history, and. . . in. . . Celtic and Scandinavian myth and poetry.' Much of the intro. and illus. for Spr., t-p of Poems, Cat, Eton, LS appear in The Periodical, VIII (Feb., 1922), 165-66; (May 15), [189]-95. See #764a.
Noted TLS, May 4, 1922, p. 293. Rev. A. Clutton-Brock, London Daily Times, May 4, 1922, p. 16; E. Morley, YWES, 1922, pp. 141-42; G. Mullin, Literary Rev., III (Sept. 16, 1922), 22; J. St. Loe Strachey, Spectator, CXXVIII (May 27, 1922), 655-56; TLS, May 11, 1922, p. 304; T. Craven, New Republic, XXXIV (Apr. 11, 1923), Spring Bk. Sec., Suppl. 10-11; G. Eglington. International Studio, LXXIX (Apr., 1924), 39-47.

Clare I. Cogan. "John Trumbull, satirist." In The Colonnade, XIV (1919-1922), 80, 83-84. (Publ. by The Andiron Club)
(713  
Trumbull's debt to Gray.

*0swald Doughty. In his English lyric in the age of reason. London: Daniel O'Connor, 1922.
(714  
A thorough discussion of Gray as a poet and his place in the romantic movement. See esp. pp. 159-99.
Rev. H. I'A. Faussett, Bookman (Lond.), LXIII (Mar., 1923). 283-84; F. Lucas, New Statesman, XX (Jan. 6, 1923), 408; TLS, Jan 18, 1923, 33-34.

F[rancis]. Y[von]. Eccles. In his Racine in England (Taylorian Lecture, 1921). Oxford: Clarendon, 1922, pp. 21-22.
(715  
Gray's imitation of Racine in Agrippina.

Raymond Dexter Havens. In his The influence of Milton on English poetry. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1922.
(716  
Rev. L. Bredvold, MLN, XL (1925), 107.

Maurice Hewlett. "A fair-weather apologue." In his Extemporary essays. London: Oxford, 1922, pp. 197-99.
(717  
Discusses Gray's stoicism and his corres. with Butler of Andover.

Fredk Clarke Prescott. In his The poetic mind. New York: Macmillan, 1922.
(718  
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. In his Studies in literature. Second series. New York: Putnam's; Cambridge, Eng.: Univ. Press, 1922.
(719  
Herbert Schöffler. In his Protestantismus und Literatur. Neue Wege zur englischen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1922.
(720  




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*Chauncey Brewster Tinker. In his Nature's simple plan (Vanuxem Lectures). Princeton: Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1922.
(721  
Gray's place in the development of the theory of simplicity and the eighteenth-century concept of primitive man, poetry, and poets (emphasizes Bard and PP esp.).
Rev. C. Van Doren, Literary Rev., II (June 3, 1922), 702; S. Sherman, Yale Rev., n. s. XII (Jan. 1923), 403-07.

Iolo A. Williams, ed. In his By-ways round Helicon: a kind of anthology. With an introduction by J. C. Squire. London: Heinemann, 1922.
(722  
In index read p. 34 for p. 4. Shows Gray's influence on minor eighteenth-century poets.

D[enys]. A[rthur]. Winstanley. In his The University of Cambridge in the eighteenth century. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922.
(723  
1923. John Bailey. In his The continuity of letters. Oxford: Clarendon, 1923, pp. 2, 43, 253, 270.
(724  
Refs. in essays reprinted from Essays and studies (Eng. Assoc.), II (1911), 125; Brit. Acad., Warton Lecture on Eng. Poetry for 1919 (#274); Fortnightly Rev., CXVIII (July 1, 1922), 138.

J. M. Beatty, Jr. "The English Lake District before Wordsworth." In SAQ, XXII (1923), 337-38.
(725  
Hugh I'Anson Fausset. In his Studies in idealism. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1923, pp. 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 146.
(726  
Gray's 'feeling for man or nature in their universal aspect.'

Sir Edmund Gosse. "Blake and Gray." In his More books on the table. London: Heinemann; New York: Scribner, 1923, pp. 343-50.
(727  
Discussion of #712. See also p. 173 and p. 319 (influence of El on Lamartine's Le lac).

Fredk M. Hopkins. "Book sales and rare books." In The Literary Review, June 30, 1923, p. 807.
(728  
Discussion of Wise, #5.

Percy Hazen Houston. In his Doctor Johnson: a study in eighteenth century humanism. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1923.
(729-30  
Discusses the value and significance of Johnson's criticism of Gray.

Arthur H. Nethercot. "The reputation of Abraham Cowley (1660-1800)." In PMLA, XXXVIII (1923), 620, 640n.
(731  
Arthur [A. W. H.] Ponsonby. In his English diaries: a review of English diaries from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. . . London: Methuen; New York: Doran, 1923.
(732  
Gray's travels in France, 1739, and in the Lake country, 1769.

H. M. Ridley. "Great friendships: V.—Thomas Gray and Horace Walpole." In The Canadian Magazine, LX (Feb., 1923),




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328-32.
(733  
Eckhardt portr., p. 330.

[Sir] Chas Russell. "Dr. Johnson and Walpole." In The Fortnightly Review, n. s. CXIV (Oct., 1923), 659, 665.
(734  
Believes that the Life of Gray contributed to Walpole's dislike of Johnson.

*Edw. Douglas Snyder. In his The Celtic revival in English literature 1760-1800. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1923.
(735  
A chapter on Gray as a dominant figure in the Celtic revival.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, IV (1923), 195-96; H. Huscher, Beibl., XXXV (June, 1924), 181-90; C. Northup, SR, XXXII (1924), 505-07; F. Pierce, JEGP, XXIII (1924), 307-08; J. Tupper, MLN, XXXIX (1924), 125-26; E. Greenlaw, SP, XXII (1925), 542; F. Wood, ESt, LXVII (1932), 132-34.

Hor. Walpole. In his Journal of the printing-office at Strawberry Hill. Now first printed from the MS. of Horace Walpole. With notes by Paget Toynbee. . . [London]: Printed at the Chiswick Press for Constable and Co. and Houghton Mifflin Co., 1923.
LC   (736  
Useful information on the Odes of 1757, but see #1083.

1924. In the Catalogue of the William Harris Arnold collection of manuscripts, books and autograph letters to be sold by the order of Gertrude Weld Arnold. . . Nov. 10-11, 1924. New York: Anderson Galleries, 1924, nos. 372-375. [Books from Gray's library.]
(737  
No. 372, Poems (N52); 373, Gotfr. Hegeniti itinerarium. . ., 1630; 374, Eustathius, Ismeniae et Ismenes. . ., 1644; 374A Francis Quarles, Shepheard's week, 1646; 375, G. J. Vossi. Rhetorices contractae. . ., 1671.

Alice Townsend Bidwell and Isabelle Denison Rosenstiel. In their The places of English literature: a literary guide to the British Isles. Boston: Strafford, 1924.
(738  
*Gamaliel Bradford. "Bare souls. II: Thomas Gray." In Harper's Magazine, CXLVIII (May, 1924), 734-42.
(739  
Eckhardt portr., p. 737; Sketch of Gray at age of 15, p. 739.
Sympathetic discussion of Gray's character and tastes.
Reprinted in his Bare souls. New York: Harper, 1924, pp. 61-96.
Rev. Book Rev. Dig., XX (1924), 77; Bookman, LX (Dec., 1924), 490; S. Coblentz, International Book Rev., III (Dec., 1924), 11, 14 (portr.); P. Hutchinson, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Oct. 12, 1924, p. 1; I. Paterson, N. Y. Herald Trib., Oct. 19, 1924, p. 4; A. Vernon, SRL, Dec. 6, 1924, 345-46; E. Wagenknecht, Boston Transcript, Oct. 4, 1924, p. 3; Saturday Rev., CXXXIX (Feb. 7, 1925), 139; G. Greever, N. Y. Evening Post Lit. Rev., Oct. 25, 1924, p. 5.

Harko G. De Maar. In his A history of modern English romanticism. Vol. I: Elizabethan and modern romanticism in the eighteenth century. London: Oxford, 1924.
(740  
Oswald Doughty. In his Forgotten lyrics of the eighteenth century. London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1924.
(741  
Rev. F. Lucas, New Statesman, XXIV (Feb. 28, 1925), 599-600.

*John W. Draper. In his William Mason, a study in eighteenth-century culture. New York: N. Y. U. Press, 1924.
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A detailed account of Gray's friendship with and influence on Mason.
Rev. B. Crawford, PQ, IV (1925), 382; R. Martin, RAA, III (1925), 75-77; G. Moore-Smith, MLR, XX (1925), 476-78; E. Morley, RES, I (1925), 497-98; N&Q, Apr. 4, 1925, p. 252; TLS, Mar. 12, 1925, p. 168; O. Shepard, JEGP, XXV (1926), 99-102; A. McKillop, MLN, XLII (Nov., 1927), 478-79.

Geo. Fullerton Evans. "An overlooked sonnet." In MLN, XXXIX (1924), 184-85.
(743  
G. S. Gibbons. "[Tho.] Wharton, friend of Gray." In N&Q, Oct. 18, 1924, p. 282.
(744  
Replies by H. Askew, N&Q, Nov. 1, 1924, 319-21; Edw. Bensly, ibid., p. 321.

*Reinhard Haferkorn. In his Gotik und Ruine in der englischen Dichtung des 18. Jahrhunderts. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1924. (Leipziger Beiträge zur englischen Philologie, IV)
(745  
Gray's connection with the Gothic movement.
Rev. P. Aronstein, Archiv, CXLIX (1925), 109-11; J. Pransen, ES, VII (Feb., 1925), 23-25; H. Flasdieck, ESt, LXI (1926), 95-97; G. Hübener, Beibl., XXXVII (Mar., 1926), 74-76.

W[m]. J. Hughes. In his Wales and the Welsh in English literature. From Shakespeare to Scott. Wrexham: Hughes; London: Simpkins, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1924.
(746  
Sources of Bard, Gray's acquaintance with contemporary Welsh scholars and accounts of Welsh scenery.

Thelma Louise Kellogg. In her The life and works of John Davis, 1774-1853. Orono, Me.: Univ. Press, 1924. (Univ. of Me. Studies, 2d ser., No. 1. The Me. Bulletin, XXVI, No. 8)
(747  
Emile Legouis and Louis Cazamian. In their Histoire de la littérature anglaise. Paris: Hachette, 1924.
(748  
*Saunders Lewis. In his A school of Welsh Augustans: being a study in English influences on Welsh literature during part of the eighteenth century. Wrexham: Hughes; London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1924. pp. 23, 39, 130, 131-32, 134, 139-44, 144-45.
(749  
Useful discussion of the influence of Bard and El upon Evan Evans and other Welsh writers. Points out errors in notes to Owen and Bard in Bell's ed. of the Poems (N335b).

John Middleton Murry. "English poetry in the eighteenth century." In his Discoveries: essays in literary criticism. London: Collins, 1924, pp. 163, 165-66, 173.
(750  
"Eden Phillpotts leaves the school of minor poets." In The New York Times Book Review, Feb. 24, 1924, p. 11.
(751  
*Eric Partridge. In his Eighteenth century English romantic poetry (up till the publication of the "Lyrical ballads," 1798). Paris: Champion, 1924.
(752  
Gray 'did more to forward the cause of Romanticism than any writer whose main work appeared before 1760.'
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, V (1924), 228-29; N&Q, Feb. 7, 1925, p. 107.

E. Allison Peers. "Minor English influences on Spanish




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romanticism." In Revue Hispanique, LXII (1924), [440], 449.
(753  
Rev. P. Van Tieghem, RSH, XLII (1926), 139-40.

Tho. Quayle. In his Poetic diction, a study of eighteenth century verse. London: Methuen, 1924.
(754  
Gray's use of compounds, personification, and poetic diction.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 25, 1924, p. 882; F. Lucas, New Statesman, XXIV (Feb. 28, 1925), 599-600.

*Harold Wm Vazeille Temperley. "Two legends connected with Thomas Gray." In In memoriam Aldolphus William Ward, Master of Peterhouse, 1900-1924. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1924.
(755  
'His departure from Peterhouse,' pp. 103-12; 'Wolfe and Gray's Elegy,' pp. 113-23.
Comment by John Beresford. 'The character of the poet Gray,' TLS, Dec. 25, 1924, p. 885 (Gray's praise of Wolfe).

*Paul Van Tieghem. In his Le préromantisme: études d'histoire littéraire européenne. Vol. I: Paris: Rieder, 1924. Vol. II: Paris: Alcan, 1930.
(756  
Vol I, discussion of Gray's 'Northern' odes. Vol. II contains a reprint of #284.

Robt. C. Whitford. "A little Lyttelton." In PQ, III (1924), 306-07.
(757  
Discusses Campbell's attitude toward Gray, #553.

Maud Wyndham. In her Chronicles of the eighteenth century. Founded on the correspondence of Sir Thomas Lyttelton and his family. London: Clay; Boston: Houghton, 1924, 2v.
(758  
Gray's comments on the Monody and knowledge of the Lytteltons.

Paul Yvon. In his Horace Walpole as a poet: the poetical ideals of a gentleman-author in the 18 century. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1924, pp. vii, 11, 12-13, 13-16, 18, 19, 30, 36, 44-45, 50, 51, 57n, 58, 61-62, 66n, 68-69, 98, 109, 110-11, 120n, 130, 142, 158, 204, 206.
(759  
*Paul Yvon. In his La vie d'un dilettante: Horace Walpole (1717-1797). Essai de biographie psychologique et littéraire. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; London: Oxford, 1924.
(760  
A thorough discussion of Gray's friendship with Walpole, their temperaments, and Gray's influence on Walpole's taste, literary opinions, and research.
Rev. R. Huchon, RAA, II (Feb. 1925), 248-52; A. Killen RLC, V (Oct., 1925), 698-701.

1925. H. J. Ayliffe. "Criticism of Gray." In N&Q, June 6, 1925, p. 407.
(761  
Benj. H. Bissell. In his The American Indian in English literature of the eighteenth century. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1925, p. 205. (Yale Studies in English, LXVIII)
(762  
A[lex]. F[redk]. B[ruce]. Clark. In his Boileau and




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the French classical critics in England (1660-1830). Paris: Champion, 1925. (Bibliothèque de la RLC, XIX)
(763  
Harry Hayden Clark. "The literary influences of Philip Freneau." In SP, XXII (1925), 7, 11, 12, 13, 18, 20, 21, 22, 27.
(764  
Freneau's imitations of El, Cat, FS.

"Herbert J. C. Grierson. "Blake and Gray." In his The background of English literature. London: Chatto & Windus, 1925, pp. 2OO-55.
(764a  
A comparison of Blake and Gray and a discussion of why Blake was interested in illustrating Gray's poems. Revision of intro. to #712.
Rev. R. Herring, LM, XIII (Mar. 1926), 552-54. TLS, Mar. 11, 1926, p. 179; J. Zeitlin, N. Y. Herald Trib., Oct. 3, 1926, p. 25.

Alfred C. Hunter. In his J.-B.-A. Suard; un introducteur de la littérature anglaise en France. Paris: Champion, 1925.
(765  
Discusses the Necker transl. of the El (N739) and the influence of Gray on Suard.
Rev. P. Van Tieghem, RSH, XL (1925), 134-35; F. C. M., EHR, XLI (1926), 633.

W[m]. P[aton]. Ker. In his Collected essays (Intro. by Chas. Whibley). London: Macmillan, 1925, I, 81, 89, 101, 113, 114-15, 116, 117, 120, 129, 130, 132, 279.
(766  
R. W. King. "Italian influence on English scholarship and literature during the 'romantic revival'." In MLR, XX (1925), 51-52, 54, 56, 57, 301.
(767  
Gray's knowledge of Italian.

Elizabeth Wheeler Manwaring. In her Italian landscape in eighteenth century England, a study chiefly of the influence of Claude Lorrain and Salvator Rosa on English taste 1700-1800. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1925.
(768  
Rev. B. Fehr, Beibl., XXXVI (1925), 295-304; H. Flasdieck, Literaturblatt für germ. u. rom. Phil., XLVII (Nov., 1926), 353-54.

Arthur Hobart Nethercot. "The attitude toward 'metaphysical' poetry in neo-classical England." In Chicago Abstracts of theses 1922-1923, I (1925), 396.
(769  
Arthur H. Nethercot. "The reputation of the 'metaphysical poets' during the age of Johnson and the 'romantic revival'." In SP, XXII (1925), 95, 98, 105, 112.
(770  
E[va]. M. Phillips. "Sainte-Beuve and the English pre-romantics." In Aberystwyth studies. By members of the University College of Wales. Vol. VII. Aberystwyth: Univ. of Wales Press Board, 1925, pp. 51-53, 55.
(771-2  
Sainte-Beuve 'felt a close affinity between himself and Gray. . . .'

J[acob]. Prinsen. In his De roman in de 18e eeuw in West-Europa. Groningen: Wolters, 1925.
(773  
Gray's place in the 'graveyard school' and fondness for spectacular scenery.




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Mats [Algot] Redin. In his Word-order in English verse from Pope to Sassoon (Uppsala Universitets Arsskrift) Uppsala: Lundequistka Bokhandeln, 1925, pp. 12, 13, 21, 23, 25-28 passim, 30-32 passim, 34, 36-38 passim, 45, 49-51 passim, 53, 59, 61, 64n, 67-70 passim, 74, 80, 85, 90-94 passim, 99, 102, 115n, 119, 123, 127, 130, 131, 133, 134, 136, 140-44 passim, 150-52 passim, 156, 160, 162, 172, 174, 179-87 passim, 190, 199-201 passim.
(774  
Rev. J. Marik, Beibl., XXXVIII (Sept., 1927), 293-95.

Gertrude M. Ridgway. "The book world of the XVII and XVIII century." In The Book Collector's Quarterly, No. 3, Apr., 1925, pp. 11-12.
(775  
"The prelude to romanticism." In TLS, Aug. 13, 1925, pp. 525-26.
(776  
Paul Van Tieghem. In his Précis d'histoire littéraire de l'Europe depuis la renaissance. Paris: Alcan, 1925.
(777  
See #1177.

Stanley T. Williams. "Landor's criticism in poetry." In MLN, XL (1925), 415, 416.
(777a  
1926. *John Beresford. "The author of the 'Elegy'." In The Edinburgh Review, CCXLIV (July, 1926), 121-34.
(778  
An appreciation of Gray's letters and poetry.
Reprinted in Beresford's Mr. Du Quesne and other essays, London: Oxford, 1932, pp. 107-29 (See also index.).
Comment by E. Morley, YWES, VII (1926), 248.

John Beresford. "The poet Gray and the Rev. Henry Etough." In TLS, July 22, 1926, pp. 495-96.
(779  
Frederic T. Blanchard. In his Fielding the novelist, a study in historical criticism. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1926.
(780  
Gray's opinion of Fielding, Richardson, Marivaux, Crébillon.

Crane Brinton. In his The political ideas of the English romanticists. London: Oxford, 1926, pp. 9, 11.
(781  
John Epes Brown, comp. In The critical opinions of Samuel Johnson. A compilation and interpretation of Dr. Johnson's principles of criticism. . . and his opinions of authors and works. . . Princeton: Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1926, pp. 361-66.
(782  
V[ictor]. F[rancis]. Calverton. In his Sex espression in literature. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1926.
(783  
Johnson's objection to Gray's poetry.

"A poet musician." In The Etude, XLIV (July, 1926), 531.
(784-5  
Krehbiel's essay on Gray (N1886).

J[ohn]. W[m]. Mackail. In his Studies of English poets. London: Longmans, 1926, pp. 71, 86, 89, 117, 119, 139, 143-




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44, 145, 148, 149-51, 154, 156.
(786  
Gray's comments on Pope, Thomson, Young, Collins and a comparison of Gray and Collins.

In Satirical poems published anonymously by William Mason, with notes by Horace Walpole. Now first printed from his manuscript. Edited. . . by Paget Toynbee. Oxford: Clarendon, 1926.
(786a  
Rev. B. Dobrée, Nation-Athen., XXXIX (June 26, 1926), 12, 357-58; O. Doughty, RES, III (July, 1927), 363-66; J. Draper, MLN, XLII (1927), 468-71.

Eric Partridge. "Vicesimus Knox: His 'Essays moral and literary'." In his A critical medley. Essays, studies, and notes in English, French, and comparative literature. Paris: Champion, 1926, p. 47.
(787  
Annie Edwards Powell [Mrs. E. R. Dodds]. In her The romantic theory of poetry. An examination in the light of Croce's aesthetic. London: Arnold, 1926.
(787a  
Louis Reynaud. In his Le Romantisme: ses origines anglo-germaniques; influences étrangères et traditions nationales; le réveil du génie français. Paris: Colin, 1926, pp. 118n, 135n, 136, 139, 150, 151, 185, 211, 221, 222.
(788  
Gray's influence on French poets.

*F. C. Roe. "Le voyage de Gray et Walpole en Italie." In RLC, VI (1926), 189-206.
(789-90  
Compares their comments on the Alps with those of Addison, Richardson, Goldsmith, and Gibbon and discusses the influence upon them of the 'sensibilité' of Rousseau. Treats their interest in Italian music, Gothic cathedrals, antiquity.

Lascelles Abercrombie. In his Romanticism. London: Secker, 1926, pp. 17, 18.
(791  
Paget Toynbee. "Gray at the Grande Chartreuse." In The London Daily Times, Mar. 1, 1926, p. 15.
(792  
Dates Gray's second visit Aug. 21, 1741. Comment in N&Q, Mar. 6, 1926, p. 164.

Paget Toynbee. "Horace Walpole on Gray." In The London Daily Times, July 30, 1926, p. 15.
(793  
Paget Toynbee. "Some Gray notes." In TLS, Aug. 26, 1926, p. 564.
(794  
The identification of 'Whernside' or 'Waryside.' Comment by R. M. Robinson, TLS, Sept. 2, p. 580. See also YWES, VII (1926), 250.

A[rthur]. S[tanley]. Turberville. In his English men and manners in the eighteenth century, an illustrated narrative. Oxford: Clarendon, 1926, pp. 2, 98.
(795  
Paget Toynbee, ed. Supplement to the letters of. . . Walpole. . . Vol. III, 1926. See #678.
(796  
1927. A[rthur]. S[imons]. Collins. In his Authorship in the days of Johnson. London: Holden, 1927.
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Reprinted New York: Dutton, 1929.
Rev. Saturday Rev., CXLIII (June 25, 1927), 981.

*Chas Hall Crouch. "Ancestry of Thomas Gray the poet." In The Genealogists' Magazine, III (Dec., 1927), 74-78.
(797  
Gives a pedigree of Gray and traces the family back to Tho. and Matthew Gray, c. 1678.

Austin Dobson. In his Horace Walpole, a memoir, with an appendix of books printed at the Strawberry Hill press. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged by Paget Toynbee. London: Oxford, 1927.
(798  
Reprinted 1933. The original editions were in 1890, 1893, 1910.

E[ric]. V[alentine]. Gordon. In his An introduction to Old Norse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1927, p. lxxii.
(799  
Believes Gray did much to further the 'blood-thirsty Viking' tradition. Regards Odin and FS as poor translations.

Christopher Hussey. In his The picturesque: studies in a point of view. London: Putnam's, 1927.
(800  
Discusses Gray's letters and Journal, which reveal him as a pioneer in the appreciation of the picturesque in nature.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 1, 1927, p. 905.

Jas C[hapman]. Johnston. In his Biography: the literature of personality. New York: Century, 1927.
(801  
John Livingston Lowes. In his The road to Xanadu: a study in the ways of the imagination. Boston: Houghton; London: Constable, 1927.
(802  
Hen. Mackenzie. In his The anecdotes and egotisms of Henry Mackenzie, 1745-1831, now first published. Harold Wm Thompson, ed. London: Oxford, 1927.
(803  
The anecdotes were written c. 1825.

Laurie Magnus. In his English literature in its foreign relations, 1300-1800. New York: Dutton; London: Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1927.
(804  
Eric Partridge, ed. In his The three Wartons. A choice of their verse. London: Scholartis Press, 1927, pp. 11, 14.
(805  
The debt of Gray's Runic odes to the elder Wharton's poems on Regner Ladbrog and Gray's comments on J. Warton.

Eino Railo. In his The haunted castle: a study of the elements of English romanticism. London: Routlege; New York: Dutton, 1927, pp. v, 1, 4, 21, 22, 23, 47, 68, 74, 157, 321, 329.
(806  
T[ito]. Lucrezio Rizzo. In his La poesia sepolcrale in Italia. Napoli: Francesco Perella, 1927. (Biblioteca della "Rassegna," XI)
(807  
A[braham]. S[imon]. W[olf]. Rosenbach. In his Books and




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bidders, the adventures of a bibliophile. Boston: Little, Brown, 1927.
(808  
The finding of a first ed. of the Odes.

Dorothy Margaret Stuart. In her Horace Walpole. London: Macmillan, 1927. (Eng. Men of Letters)
(809  
Rev. New Statesman, XXX (Oct. 29, 1927), 82-84; R. Roberts, Bookman, LXXIII, (Nov., 1927), 122-23; W. Ovaa, ES, X (1928), 186-87.

"Stoke Court sold." In The London Daily Times, June 27, 1927, p. 24.
(810  
The home of Jonathan Rogers.

"The eighteenth century in verse." In TLS, Nov. 10, 1927, p. 798.
(811  
Paget Toynbee. "Gray's house in Cornhill." In The London Daily Times, June 29, 1927, p. 12.
(812  
The burning of Gray's birthplace.

Paget Toynbee. "Gray's imitation of Cowley." In TLS, Oct. 20, 1927, p. 742.
(813  
Corrects a mistake made by Gosse.

Paget Toynbee. "Gray's visit to Oxfordshire in 1760." In TLS, July 21, 1927, p. 504; July 28, p. 520.
(814  
The hostess of Gray and Miss Speed was Mrs. Hen. Jennings.

Paget Toynbee. "The text of Norton Nicholls's 'Reminiscences of Gray'." In TLS, Sept. 1, 1927, p. 592.
(815  
Errors in the eds. of Tovey and Mitford.

Hor. Walpole. In his Strawberry Hill accounts, a record of expenditure in building, furnishing, &c. kept by Mr. Horace Walpole from 1747 to 1795. Now first printed. . . by Paget Toynbee. Oxford: Clarendon, 1927.
(816  
Harry B. Weiss. "Thomas Gray's interest in entomology." In American Collector, III (Feb., 1927), 183-87.
(817  
Gives a brief biog. account and prints Kirk's transl. (#422).

*Leonard Whibley. "The jubilee at Pembroke Hall in 1743." In Blackwood's Magazine, CCXXI (1927), 104-15.
(818-9  
Gray's invitation to Wharton and the relations between Gray and Smart.

Leonard Whibley. "Thomas Gray and Norton Nicholls." In TLS, May 5, 1927, p. 318.
(820  
Their first meeting was probably 'within a few days of June 13, 1762.' Comment by R. Martin, TLS, May 12, p. 336.

*Leonard Whibley. "William Mason, poet and biographer." Blackwood's Magazine, CCXXII (1927), 514-27.
(821  
Mason's editing of Gray's letters.

1928. Owen Barfield. In his Poetic diction. A study in meaning. London: Faber and Gwyer, 1928.
(822  
Jas Boswell. In his Private papers of James Boswell from




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Malahide Castle. . . Geoffrey Scott, Fredk Pottle, eds. [New York:] Rudge, 1928-1937, 19v.
(822a  
Privately printed limited ed. of 570 copies.

*Kenneth Clark. In his The Gothic revival, an essay in the history of taste. London: Constable, 1928.
(823  
Gray's knowledge of Gothic architecture and influence on the revival.
Rev. TLS, Nov. 8, 1928, p. 823; A. Digeon, RAA, VII (1929), 180-1; B. Fehr, Beibl., XLI (Sept., 1930), 264-67; Criterion, VIII (Apr., 1929), 530.

Praphulla Kumar Das. In his Evidences of a growing taste for nature in the age of Pope. [N. p.]: Calcutta Univ. Press, 1928, pp. 26, 27.
UI   (823a  
Reprinted from the Journal of the Department of Letters, XVII.
Melancholy in Parnell, Lady Winchelsea, Young, Mallet, and Gray.

*C[ornelis]. E[ngelbertus]. DeHaas. In his Nature and the country in English poetry of the first half of the eighteenth century. Amsterdam: H. J. Paris, 1928.
(824  
Detailed account of Gray's early life, letters, love of nature, melancholy. See also Appendix III, 'Parallel passages from poetry of the first half of the eighteenth century which may have suggested phrases and lines for the Eleqy,' pp. [282]-89.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, IX (1928), 264-65; TLS, July 26, 1928, p. 549; E. C. B., RES, V (Oct., 1929), 486-87; A. Digeon, RAA, VI (1929), 364-65; H. Schöffler, Beibl., XLI (July, 1930), 194.

*0liver Elton. In his A survey of English literature 1730-1780. New York: Macmillan, 1928, II, 54-80. See also index.
(825  
Rev. E. Kellet, New Statesman, XXXII (Dec. 8, 1928), 291-92 (See #544); R. Crane, New Republic, LX (Oct. 16, 1929), p. 248; P. Crowley, Commonweal, X (July 17, 1929), 299; A. Pryce-Jones, LM, XIX (Mar., 1929), 551-52; D. Stuart, Nation and Athen., XLIV (1929), 586; TLS, Jan. 17, 1929, p. 41.

Hoxie Neale Fairchild. In his The noble savage: a study in romantic naturalism. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1928.
(826  
Rev. F. Pottle, SRL, Aug. 25, 1928, p. 67; C. Tinker, ibid., pp. 65-67.

H[eathcote]. W[m]. Garrod. "The poetry of Collins." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XIV (1928), 25, 27, 28, 29. (Warton Lecture on Eng. Poetry)
(827  
Comparison of Gray and Collins. See #828.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, IX (1928), 274-75; H. White, RES, VI (Apr., 1930), 236-40.

*H[eathcote]. W[m]. Garrod. "Collins and Gray." In his Collins. Oxford: Clarendon, 1928, pp. 32-44.
(828  
Very favorable to Gray. See #827.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, IX (1928), 274-75; O. Elton, MLR, XXIV (1929), 356-58; TLS, Feb. 7, 1929, p. 95; A. Vechtman-Veth, ES, XI (1929), 231-32; H. White, RES, VI (Apr., 1930), 236-40.

M. Dorothy George. In her England in Johnson's day. New York: Harcourt Brace; London: Methuen, 1928.
(829  
H[erbert]. J. C. Grierson. In his Lyrical poetry from Blake to Hardy. London: Hogarth Press, 1928, pp. 19, 24, 29, 44, 55, 133, 146. (Hogarth Lectures on Lit., V)
(830  




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John S[mith]. Harrison. In his The vital interpretation of English literature. Indianapolis: [Publ. by the author], 1928.
(831  
Discusses Eton, FS, El, and letters.

Christopher Hollis. In his Dr. Johnson. London: Gollancz, 1928; New York: Holt, [c. 1929].
(832  
W[m] P[aton]. Ker. In his Form and style in poetry, lectures and notes. Ed. R. W. Chambers. London: Macmillan, 1928.
(833  
Comments on Gray's versification, esp. Amatory lines and Adv.

A[lfred]. Edw. Newton. In his This book-collecting game. Boston: Little, Brown, 1928.
(834  
Harold [Geo.] Nicolson. In his The development of English biography. London: Hogarth; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1928, pp. 72, 77-79.
(835  
Discusses Mason's Memoir of Gray.

Elizabeth Nitchie. In her The criticism of literature. New York: Macmillan, 1928.
(836  
Discusses El, Cat, and odes.

John Gerard O'Leary. In his English literary history and bibliography. . . With a foreword by R. A. Peddie. London: Grafton, 1928.
(837  
H[arry]. M. Paull. In his Literary ethics: a study in the growth of the literary conscience. London: Butterworth, 1928; New York: Dutton, 1929.
(838  
Attempts to pirate the El and Gray's aversion to accepting payment for his writing.

Aleyn Lyell Reade. In his Johnsonian gleanings. Part V: The Doctor's life, 1728-1735. London: Percy Lund, Humphries, 1928.
(839  
E[dw]. S[tanley]. Roscoe. In his Aspects of Doctor Johnson. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1928.
(840  
Gray's aversion to Johnson and fondness for the country.

Paget Toynbee. "Gray and the Bedingfields." In TLS, Mar. 15, 1928, p. 188.
(841  
Mitford's confusion of Edw. and Robt Bedingfield.

Paget Toynbee. "Portraits of Gray. An identification." In The London Daily Times, Sept. 25, 1928, p. 17.
(842  
Portraits by Richardson, Eckhardt, Wilson and Mason (from Mapletoft's silhouette), Wilson (oil, full face). See #881.

Homer A. Watt. "The classical invasion of English literature." In CW, XXI (1928), 123, 125.
(843  
Leonard Whibley. "Manuscripts of Thomas Gray and William Mason at York." In TLS, Apr. 5, 1928, p. 257.
(843a  
An early notebook of Gray's.




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1929. R. W. Babcock. "A preliminary bibliography of eighteenth-century criticism of Shakespeare." In SP, extra series, No. 1, May, 1929, p. 83.
(844  
Ernest Sutherland Bates. "Mad Shelley: a study in the origins of English romanticism." In The Fred Newton Scott anniversary papers. Contributed by former students and colleagues. . . Chicago: Univ. Press; Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1929, pp. 119, 134-35.
(845  
Romanticism should be dated from FS and Odin; debt of Shelley to FS.

Edmund Blunden. In his Nature in English literature. London: Hogarth; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1929, p. 99. (Hogarth Lectures, IX)
(846  
Morten Bredsdorff. "Engelsk literaer Kritik i det 18. Aarh." In Edda, Nordisk Tidsskrift for Litteraturforskning (Oslo), XXIX (1929), 57-58.
(847  
Gray's knowledge of French and medieval (esp. Celtic and Scandinavian[)] literature.

Chas Roden Buxton. In his A politician plays truant: essays on English literature. London: Christophers, 1929, pp. 35, 106, 107-08, 111, 117.
(848  
Comparison of Gray and Collins and discussion of the Norse and Welsh poems.

R. W. Chapman. "Johnson and poetry." In SRL, Aug. 17, 1929, pp. 49, 51.
(849-50  
Leah Augusta Dennis. "The attitude of the eighteenth century in England toward the medieval romance." In Stanford Abstracts of diss., 1927-28. . . III (1929), 69.
(851  
*John W. Draper. In his The funeral elegy and the rise of English romanticism. New York: N. Y. Univ. Press, 1929.
(852  
Much discussion of Gray and the El, which is 'the summation of the elegiac genre.[']
Rev. P. Baum, SAQ, XXVIII (1929), 331; O. Elton, YWES, X (1929), 38-39; M. Hughes, U. of Calif. Chron., XXXI (1929), 323, 436-38; N&Q, Oct. 26, 1929, p. 306; TLS, May 16, 1929, p. 399; [R. Crane] PQ, IX (1930), 173-76; P. Dottin, RELV, XLVII (1930), 115-16; E. Fischer, Beibl., XLI (1930), 296-301; H. Husbands, MLR, XXV (1930), 351-54; G. C. M. S[mith]., EKR, XLV (1930), 503-04; C. Moore, MLN, XLVI (1931), 270-71; W. Raymond, JEGP, XXX (1931), 122-26.

*Roy Fothergill. "An early influence [Jean-Baptiste Gresset] on the poetry of Gray." In RLC, IX (July-Sept., 1929), 565-73.
(853  
Both men use similar rime schemes, epigrammatic endings, and themes of melancholy and escape.

Rintaro Fukuhara. "Mason's edition of Gray." In TLS, Oct. 17, 1929, p. 822.
(854  
The problem of the half-title and portr. in #20. Comment by E. G. B., TLS, Oct. 24, p. 846; P. Toynbee, ibid.; R. Martin, Oct. 31, p. 874.

Solomon Francis Gingerich. In his Essays in the romantic poets. New York: Macmillan, 1929, pp. 110, 150.
(855  




102

Bernard Groom. "Some kinds of poetic diction." In Essays and studies by members of the English Association. XV. Collected by Sir Herbert Warren. Oxford: Clarendon, 1929, pp. 140-41, 145, 147, 150.
(856  
Gray's comments on style, on Dryden, and his echoes of Virgil and Milton.

Raymond D. Havens. "Changing taste in the eighteenth century: a study of Dryden's and Dodsley's miscellanies." In PMLA, XLIV (1929), 510, 511, 519, 520, 523, 525n, 526, 527, 528-29, 533, 535.
(857  
Gray's relations with Dodsley and his influence on the verse in the Miscellany.

E[arnest]. E. Kellett. In his The whirligig of taste. London: Hogarth; New York: Harcourt Brace, 1929, pp. 47, 57, 111, 115, 116, 121-22. (Hogarth Lectures, VIII)
(858  
. . . The library of Jerome Kern, New York City, . . . to be sold by his order at unreserved public sale, January 7, 8, 9, 10. New York: Anderson Galleries, 1929, Part I, pp. 200-204.
(859  
First eds. and fac. of El; Odes, 1757; Poems, 1768; Music, 1769, letter, T. & W. no. 454, Bentley's Designs, 1765; Gray's copy of Quarles' Shepheards Orocles, 1646.

Giulio Natali. In his Il settecento. Milano: Francesco Vallardi, 1929, 2v. (Storia litteraria d'Italia)
(860  
Gray's influence on Italian literature and Italian translations and imitations of his work.

David Nichol Smith. "Warton's history of English poetry." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XV (1929), 86, 87, 88, 94. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(861  
Gray's plan for a similar history.

"Gray on Kent." In The London Daily Times, Jan. 19, 1929, p. 18.
(862  
Chauncey B. Tinker. In his The good estate of poetry. Boston: Little, Brown, 1929.
(863  
*Paget Toynbee. "Cambridge 160 years ago. Through Swiss eyes. The friend of Gray." In The London Daily Times, Apr. 12, 1929, pp. 15-16.
(864  
Bonstetten's impressions of Gray and Cambridge as revealed by his letters and reminiscences.

*Leonard Whibley. "Thomas Gray at Eton." In Blackwood's Magazine, CCXXV (1929), 611-23.
(865  
A useful account of Gray's life up to c. 1734. See also #883, 884.

1930. Ernest Bernbaum. In his Guide through the romantic movement. New York: Nelson, 1930.
(866  
Laurence Binyon. In his Landscape in English art and poetry. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1930; London: Cobden-Sanderson, 1931, pp. 141-42.
(867  




103

Nature in the letters and the El.

A[isso]. Bosker. In his Literary criticism in the age of Johnson. Groningen: Wolters; New York: Stechert, 1930.
(868  
Many references to Gray's criticism.
Rev. P. Houston, JEGP, XXXI (1932), 159-62.

Philo M. Buck, Jr. In his Literary criticism, a study of values in literature. New York: Harper, 1930.
(869  
W. Macneile Dixon. "Chatterton." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XVI (1930), 185, 189, 191.
(870  
Gray's interest in the medieval.

Claire-Eliane Engel. In her La littérature alpestre en France et en Angleterre au XVIIIe et XIXe siècles. Chambéry: Dardel, 1930. See index and p. 49.
(871  
Gray's enthusiasm for mountain scenery.
Rev. R. Spindler, ESt, LXVIII (1933), 123-26.

Geoffrey Grigson. "Lapses of the early laureates." In Bookman (London), LXXIX (1930), 173.
(872  
Enid Hamer. In her The metres of English poetry. London: Methuen; New York: Macmillan, 1930.
(873  
Gray's use of the Pindaric.

Raymond D. Havens. "More eighteenth-century sonnets." In MLN, XLV (1930), 80, 81-82, 83.
(874  
Little known aspects of Gray's influence on minor writers, esp. Wm Ashburnham, Jr. I cannot see many marked resemblances to Gray in Ashburnham's work, but some echoes may be found in his Elegiac sonnets and other poems, London. Printed for T. Cadell, Jr., and W. Davies, MDCCXCV, Sonnets 14, l. 7 (Bard); 19, l. 8 (El); 39, l. 14 (Bard); Ode I, l. 9 (El); 'An elegiac pastoral,' l. 2 (Eton).

Lafcadio Hearn. In his A history of English literature. In a series of lectures. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1930.
(875  
General discussion of Gray. Reprints Cat, pp. 411-13.

Marvin Theodore Herrick. In his The poetics of Aristotle in England. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1930. (Cornell Studies in English, XVII)
(876  
*W[m]. Powell Jones. "The contemporary reception of Gray's Odes." In MP, XXVIII (Aug., 1930), 61-82.
(877  
Since Gray wrote largely for the intellectuals, the general public did not understand the Odes and hence was not enthusiastic.

Lewis Melville. In his Horace Walpole (1717-1797). A biographical study. London: Hutchinson, [1930].
(878  
Geo. Rylands. "English poets and the abstract word." In Essays and studies by members of the English Association. XVI. Collected by H. J. C. Grierson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1930, pp. 73-75.
(879  
Compares Gray and Blake in their use of personification.

Paget Toynbee. "A Gray query." In TLS, Sept. 18, 1930,




104

p. 735.
(880  
Replies by Edw. Bensly, Sept. 25, p. 758; Lilian Elliott, ibid.

Paget Toynbee. "Portraits of Gray. An unrecorded silhouette." In The London Daily Times, Oct. 30, 1930, p. 10.
(881  
The silhouette (owned by Mr. I. H. H. Gosset) was made by Mrs. Daniel Wray and is reproduced in the Times, p. 18.

Sherard Vines. In his The course of English classicism from the Tudor to the Victorian age. London: Hogarth; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1930. (Hogarth Lectures, XII)
(882  
*Leonard Whibley. "Thomas Gray, undergraduate." In Blackwood's Magazine, CCXXVII (1930) 273-86.
(883  
A sequel to #865. See also #884.

*Leonard Whibley. "The foreign tour of Gray and Walpole." In Blackwood's Magazine, CCXXVII (1930), 813-27.
(884  
A sequel to #865, 883.

A. S. P. Woodhouse. "Collins in the eighteenth century." In TLS, Oct. 16, 1930, p. 838.
(885  
Anna Seward's reference to Gray.

1931. Emile Audra. In his L'Influence française dans l'oeuvre de Pope. Paris: Champion, 1931.
(886  
A Voltaire anecdote repeated by Gray.

Evan Charteris. In his The life and letters of Sir Edmund Gosse. New York: Harper, 1931, pp. 147, 148, 151, 153, 170, 188-89, 201, 255, 302, 475-76, 508.
(887-8  
Contains Charteris' explanation of the inaccuracies in Gosse's ed. of Gray's letters and several statements (not always adequately substantiated) made by Gosse in his letters on Gray.

Sigyn Christiani, In his Samuel Johnson als Kritiker im Lichte von Pseudo-Klassizismus und Romantik. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1931, pp. 16, 51, 55, 80, 93-94.
(889  
Wm Cole. In his The Blecheley diary of the Rev. William Cole, 1765-67. Edited from the original MS in the British Museum by Francis Griffin Stokes. Intro. by Helen Waddell. London: Constable, 1931.
(890  
Ralph B. Crum. In his Scientific thought in poetry. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1931.
(891  
Marcel Delamare. "L'originalité de Collins." In RAA, IX (1931), 19-20.
(892  
Pearl Faulkner (Mrs. C. 0.) Eddy. "Insects in English poetry." In The Scientific Monthly, XXXIII (July, 1931), 71; (Aug.), 159.
(893  
Reprints El, ll. 5-6, and Spr, ll. 31-32.

Hoxie Neale Fairchild. In his The romantic quest. New York: Columbia Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1931.
(894  




105

Rich. Garnett and Edmund Gosse. In their English literature: an illustrated record in four volumes. New York: Macmillan, 1931.
(895  
Illus.: Eckhardt portr., Mapletoft silhouette, fac. first p. of El in Bentley's Designs, photo. of t-p of Odes of 1757, Stoke church, fac. of p. 1 of El MS., View of Eton Chapel from Bentley's Designs.

Holbrook Jackson. In his The anatomy of bibliomania. London: Soncino, 1931. New York: Scribner's, 1932, 2v.
(895a  
John Mark Longaker. In his English biography in the eighteenth century. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pa. Press; London: Oxford, 1931.
(896  
The biogs. of Gray by Johnson and Mason.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 3, 1931, p. 985; G. Kitchin, MLR, XXVII (1932), 484-86; G. Moore-Smith, RES, VIII (1932), 491-93; D. Stauffer, MLN, XLVII (1932), 466-69; G. Stewart, U. of Calif. Chron., XXXIV (Oct., 1932), 488-90; O. Wieselgren, Lychnos, [I] (1936), 384.

*Roger Martin. In his Chronologie de la vie et de l'oeuvre de Thomas Gray. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; London: Oxford, 1931.
(897  
A very valuable compilation. Intro. pp. 11-45; Chronologie générale, pp. 49-107; Tableaux annexes, pp. [105]-107; La famille de Gray, p. 109; Table alphabétique des amis de Gray, pp. 110-17; Chronologie des oeuvres; Oeuvres de 'Quadruple Alliance,' pp. [118-20]; Quelques dates antérieures à l'oeuvre anglaise de Gray, p. 121; Oeuvres anglaises, pp. [122-31]; Liste des poèmes ne pouvant être datés, pp. 132-33; Tableau analytique des principaux articles des Commonplace Books, pp. 134-47; Appendices [extracts from Gray s notes; see #125a, 129a, 486a], pp. 151-99.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XV (1934), 276-78; E. Legouis, RAA, XIII (Dec., 1935), 155; TLS, Apr. 11, 1935, p. 241; F. Wood, ESt, LXXI (1936), 262-63; O. Shepard, MLN, LIV (Jan., 1939), 64-66.

A[lbert]. E[dw]. Richardson. In his Georgian England. A survey of social life, trades, industries and art from 1700 to 1820. London: Batsford; New York: Scribner's, 1931.
(898  
E. J. Simmons. "English literature in Russia." In Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature, XIII (1931), 281, 282n, 295n.
(899  
Jean Stewart. In her Poetry in France and England. London: Hogarth; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1931. (Hogarth Lectures, XV)
(900  
P[ercy]. G[oronwy]. Thomas. In his Aspects of literary theory and practice, 1550-1870. London: Heath Cranton, 1931.
(901  
Gray as a letter writer and a pre-romantic poet.

Herbert M. Vaughan. In his From Anne to Victoria: fourteen biographical studies between 1702 and 1901. London: Methuen, 1931.
(902  
Helen Waddell. In her intro. to Wm Cole, A journal of my journey to Paris in the year 1765. . . Francis Griffin Stokes, ed. London: Constable; New York: Rich. R. Smith, 1931, pp. xiv-xv, xviii-xix, xxvii, xxx, xxxi, 266.
(903  
Gray's personality, habits, and interests as commented on by Cole.




106

Leonard Whibley. "A satirical ode by William Mason." In TLS, Sept. 24, 1931, p. 727.
(904  
For a time Gray and Mason feared that the Ode to the Legislator Elect of Russia may have had something to do with John Brown's suicide.

A. S. P. Woodhouse. "Collins and the creative imagination: a study in the critical background of his odes (1746)." In Studies in English by members of University College, Toronto. Collected by Malcolm W[m]. Wallace. [Toronto]: Univ. Press, 1931, pp. 65, 94, 112, 127.
(905  
Paul Yvon. In his Le gothique et la renaissance gothique en Angleterre (1750-1880), essai de psychologie littéraire, artistique et sociale. Caen: Jouan et Bigot; Paris: Vrin, 1931, pp. 6, 7, 9-10, 19, 20, 28, 38-39, 40, 127, 163.
(906  
Gray's fondness for sentiment, spectacular scenery, and the Gothic.
Rev. TLS, Feb. 11, 1932, p. 95.

Louise Henriette Zwager. In her The English philosophic lyric. Purmerend: J. Muusses, 1931, pp. 45-46, 128. Amsterdam diss.
(907  
Gray's views on the Grande Chartreuse and the Alps.

1932. Andrew Block. In his The book collector's vade mecum. London: Denis Archer, 1932.
(908  
Some useful information on rare Gray eds. (N78, N1179).

Richmond P. Bond. In his English burlesque poetry, 1700-1750. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1932. (Harvard Studies in English, VI)
(909  
J. Ingram Bryan. In his The interpretation of nature in English poetry. Tokyo: Kaitakusha Publishing Co., 1932.
ClPL   (910  
Douglas Bush. In his Mythology and the renaissance tradition in English poetry. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minn. Press; London: Oxford, 1932.
(911  
Stephen Gwynn. In his The life of Horace Walpole. London: Butterworth; Boston: Houghton, 1932.
(912  
Gray's personality and friendship with Walpole.
Rev. F. B., Boston Transcript, May 21, 1932, p. 2; R. Feld, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., May 8, 1932, p. 11; Nation, CXXXV (Aug. 17, 1932), 151; D. Stuart, New Statesman and Nation, n. s. III (Mar. 12, 1932), 334, 336; P. Yvon, RAA, X (Dec., 1932), 153-54.

*Paul Lieser. In his Die englische Ode im Zeitalter des Klassizismus. Grossenhain: Hans Plasnick, 1932, pp. 68, 70n, 74-82, 83, 84, 85, 88, 97, 98. Bonn diss.
(913  
Contains a discussion of Gray's odes, esp. the versification of the Bard and PP.

Arthur 0. Lovejoy. "The parallel of deism and classicism." In MP, XXIX (Feb., 1932), 295, 296.
(913a  
Reprinted in #1164.

Pierre Moreau. In his Le Romantisme. Paris: Gigord, 1932.




107

(Histoire de littérature française, VIII)
(914  
Gray's influence on French poets.

Lawrence Marsden Price. In his The reception of English literature in Germany. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif., 1932.
(915  
Herbert Spencer Robinson. In his English Shakesperian criticism in the eighteenth century. New York: Wilson, 1932.
(916  
*Eleanor M. Sickels. In her The gloomy egotist. Moods and themes of melancholy from Gray to Keats. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1932.
(917  
Largely concerned with the El. A valuable discussion (pp. 91-109) of poems influenced by the El.
Rev. P. Van Tieghem, MP, XXXI (1933), 213-17; G. Kitchin, MLR, XXIX (1934), 91-92; O. Shepard, MLN, L (1935), 64-65.

Chard Powers Smith. In his Pattern and variation in poetry. New York: Scribner's, 1932.
(918  
Particularly concerned with Gray's versification and imaginative powers, esp. in the Bard and the El, which he regards as 'elegantly tiresome' and 'the apogee of rationalistic verse.'

Robt Spindler. In his Die Alpen in der englischen Literatur und Kunst. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1932. (Beiträge zur englische[n] Philologie, XXI)
(919  
Paget Toynbee. "Horace Walpole's memoir of the poet Gray." In MLR, XXVII (Jan., 1932), 58-60.
(920  
Gives the correct text of the memoir, which is reprinted in #431, pp. 1286-88.

Erika von Erhardt-Siebold. "Some inventions of the pre-romantic period and their influence upon literature." In ESt, LXVI (1932), 351-52.
(921  
Gray's Claude Lorrain glass.

In Leonard Whibley, ed. The correspondence of Richard Hurd & William Mason and letters of Richard Hurd to Thomas Gray with introduction & notes by the late Ernest Harold Pearce. . . Bishop of Worcester. . . Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1932.
(921a  
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XIII (1932), 253-54; N&Q, June 25, 1932, p. 467.

Kathryn L. Wood. "The French theatre in the XVIIIth century according to some contemporary English travellers." In RLC, XII (1932), 603.
(922  
1933. August Bitter. In his William Whitehead — poeta laureatus: eine Studie zu den literarischen Strömungen um die Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts. Halle: Niemeyer, 1933, pp. 1, 4, 5-6, 6-7, 13, 16, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24-25, 27, 29n, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 42-43, 44, 48, 49, 5l-52, 56, 61, 63, 80. (Stu[d]ien zur eng. Philologie, LXXVIII)
(923  
R. W. Chapman. "Dodsley's Collection of poems by several hands." In Oxford Bibliographical Society, Proceedings and




108

Papers, III, Pt. iii (1933), 295.
(924  
Notes Dodsley's publication of Eton, Spr, Cat, El, Adv, PP, Bard.

Sir Wm Craigie. In his The Northern element in English literature. [Toronto]: Univ. Press; Chicago: Univ. Press; London: Milford, [1933], pp. 30, 79-80, 82, 114-15, 119, 120, 128. (Alex. Lec. in Eng. for 1931)
(925  
Gray's interest in mountain scenery and Gaelic transl.
Rev. TLS, Aug. 24, 1933, p. 558; P. Van Tieghem, RSH, VII (1934), 231-33; J. Falconer, ES, XVII (1935), 106-07.

Oliver Elton. In his The English muse, a sketch. London: Bell, 1933.
(926  
Johannes Hendrik Harder. In his Observations on some tendencies of sentiment and ethics chiefly in minor poetry and essay in the eighteenth century until the execution of Dr. W. Dodd in 1777. Amsterdam: M. J. Portielje, 1933, pp. 87-88, 93, 134, 290. Amsterdam diss.
(927  
W. Powell Jones. "Books owned by Gray." In TLS, June 1, 1933, p. 380.
(928  
Johannes Kroker. In his Alexander Pope in der Beurteilung des XVIII Jahrhunderts. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Auseinandersetzung zwischen Klassizismus und Romantik in England. Beuthen: Bialas & Klüsener, 1933, p. 115. Breslau diss.
(929  
Arthur O. Lovejoy. "The Chinese origin of a romanticism." In JEGP, XXXII (1933), 15.
(930  
Gray on gardening. Reprinted in #1164.

Wm Darnell Mac Clintock. In his Joseph Warton's Essay on Pope: a history of the five editions. Chapel Hill. Univ. of N. C. Press, 1933, pp. 3, 5, 35, 62, 66, 68, 69, 70.
(931  
Warton's growing enthusiasm for Gray.

Henri Peyre. In his Qu'est-ce que le classicisme? (Essai de mise au point). Paris: E. Droz, 1933, pp. 163, 169n.
(932  
Ruth O. Rose. "Poetic hero-worship in the late eighteenth century." In PMLA, XLVIII (1933), 1182-83, 1189, 1190, 1195-1202.
(933  
Discusses and lists imitations of Bard and El. Gray was admired because he was 'the supreme master of the two favorite moods for poetry, sublimity and sensibility.'

[Giles] Lytton Strachey. "Gray and Cowper." In his Characters and commentaries. London: Chatto and Windus; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1933, pp. 43-49.
(934  
Discusses Gray's letters and character.

Mildred C. Struble. In her A Johnson handbook. New York: Crofts, 1933.
(935  
A[rthur]. S[tanley]. Turberville, ed. In Johnson's England.




109

An account of the life & manners of his age. Oxford: Clarendon, 1933, 2v.
(936  
Jas H. Warner. "The reaction in eighteenth-century England to Rousseau's two Discours." In PMLA, XLVIII (1933), 472n, 478n.
(937  
Hen. Cecil Wyld. In his Some aspects of the diction of English poetry. Three lectures delivered before the University of London during February 1933. . . Oxford: Blackwell, 1933, pp. 16-17, 26, 28, 29, 42, 45, 61, 71.
(938  
Discusses Gray's remarks on poetic style, word coinage, his use of madding in El (l. 73), and his echoes of Milton and Pope in the Bard.

1934. F[redk]. W[ilse]. Bateson. In his English poetry and the English language. An experiment in literary history. Oxford: Clarendon; New York: Oxford, 1934, pp. [1], [65], 68, 74, 75, 77, 81n, 83n, 84-85, 87, 88.
(939  
Gray on poetic diction and Gray as a pre-romantic.

Book Auction Records, XXXI (Apr.-June, 1934), 396.
(940  
Gray's annotated copy of the Odes, 1757. See #983.

Ronald Fuller. In his Literary craftsmanship and appreciation. London: Allen and Unwin, 1934.
(941  
'Gray is a badly overrated poet. I sometimes doubt whether he was anything more than a rhetorician, and whether the first few verses of the Elegy were not his only sincere production. Indeed, the whole of the Bard strikes me as almost comic. . . .' (p. 183)

Clarence C. Green. In his The neo-classic theory of tragedy in England during the eighteenth century. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1934.
(942  
Gray's attitude toward the 'rules.'

Lafcadio Hearn. In his Complete lectures on poets. Edited by Ryuji Tanabé, Teisaburo Ochiai, and Ichiro Nishizaki. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1934.
(943  
Mauf Katow. "The Englishmen's love of nature in the eighteenth century." In Studies in English Literature, a Quarterly Compiled & Issued by the English Literary Society of Japan (Imperial Univ., Tokyo), XIV (Oct., 1934), 510-14.
PU   (944  
Gray's nature description, which is largely in El and Vic, is vague and moralizing. Quotes Spr, ll. 1-20; Cat, ll. 37-42; Eton, ll. 11-30; El, ll. 1-24; Vic, ll. 1-28.

W[ilmarth]. S. Lewis. "The genesis of Strawberry Hill." In [New York] Metropolitan Museum Studies, V, Pt. i (1934), 57n, 78n, 90
(945  
The eagle (PP) and vase (Cat) at Strawberry Hill.

Geo. S. McCue. "Libraries of the London coffeehouses." In The Library Quarterly, IV (1934), 624-27.
(946  
Repeats the anecdote about Pigot and Gray told by Cradock, N1668, IV, 226.




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Roderick Marshall. In his Italy in English literature, 1755-1815. Origins of the romantic interest in Italy. New York: Columbia Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1934. (Columbia Univ. Studies in Eng. and Comp. Lit., CXVI)
(947  
Gray's interest in Italian literature, esp. his transl. from Dante and echoes of Dante in the El.

*Roger Martin. In his Essai sur Thomas Gray. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; London: Oxford, 1934.
(948  
Contains French transl. of many of Gray's poems (See #76, 80a-b, 82a, 92a, 94a, 97, 97c, 125b, 131a, 132a, 134a-c, 178a, 415a, 417a, 421b, 424a, 426a, 426c, 480b-c, 483a, 493a, 505b, 513a, 516a, 522a, 526a, 539b-c, 542a-b, 545a, 548a, 549a-b.).
This is the most detailed study of Gray available and one of the most valuable books written about him. It is chiefly concerned with a psychoanalytic study of his character and an examination of his intellectual activities and his poetry. Excellent thouqh M. Martin's work is, I think there are certain weaknesses in the book: (1) I am not sure that there is sufficient psychological evidence in existence to justify all of the author's conclusions (See N&Q rev. below.), (2) these somewhat dubious conclusions combined with a failure to cover the literary criticism in the letters very thoroughly sometimes lead to rather doubtful interpretations of Gray's intellectual opinions (See Starr, #1075, pp. 31-33), (3) a two-page index is inadequate for so long (460 pp.) and important a work. Further comment may be found in Jones, #1003, pp. viii-ix.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XV (1934), 276-78; L. Cazamian. RAA, XIII (Dec., 1935), 153-55; R. C[rane]., PQ, XIV (1935), 166; *N&Q, Apr. 20, 1935), 287-88; TLS, Apr. 11, 1935, p. 241; F. Wood, ESt, LXXI (1936), 263-64; O. Shepard, MLN, LIV (Jan., 1939), 64-66.

K[ewal]. K[rishna]. Mehrota. In his Horace Walpole and the English novel: a study of the influence of "The castle of Otranto," 1764-1820. Oxford: Blackwell, 1934.
(949  
*Olga Micale. In her Thomas Gray e la sua influenza sulla letteratura italiana. Con prefazione di Natale Busetto. Catania: Studio Editoriale moderno, 1934.
PU   (950  
Influence of El on Foscolo, Aleardi, Pindemonte, Leopardi; influence of PP on Foscolo, Manzoni, Monti, Pindemonte, Mazza; influence of Bard on Pananti and Monti. Discusses Ital. transl. of Gray's poems.
Rev. *J. Fucilla, JEGP, XXXIV (1935), 277-79 (Fucilla notes several Italian works influenced by Gray, including Poesie inglesi di classici autori recate in versi italiani dall'ingegnere Giulio Sacchi. Lugo: Melandri, 1837 — which I have been unable to locate — and other Italian translations or imitations.).

Vernon Rendall. In his Wild flowers in literature. London: Scholartis Press, 1934. See index and p. 28.
(951  
Preserved Smith. In his A history of modern culture. Vol. II: The enlightenment, 1687-1776. London: Routledge; New York: Holt, 1934.
(952  
Gray's diversity of interests.

Tho. E. Tallmadge. In his The story of England's architecture. New York: Norton, 1934.
(952a  
Francesco Viglione. In his Genova nella storia della letteratura inglese. Genova: Poligrafica, 1934. (Annuario scolastico de R. Liceo scientifico G. D. Cassini, 1933-34)
(953  
Reprinted Genova: Fratelli Pagano, 1937 (YU). Gray's impressions of Genoa, pp. 51-52.




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H[en]. B[eauchamp]. Walters. In his The English antiquaries of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. London: Edw. Walters, 1934, p. 37, 49.
(954  
1935. Douglas Bush. "Notes on Keats's reading." In PMLA, L (1935), 790, 791, 803.
(955  
Keats's reading of Bard and PP.

Lane Cooper. "The making and the use of a verbal concordance." In Evolution and repentance: mixed essays and addresses on Aristotle, Plato, and Dante, with papers on Matthew Arnold and Wordsworth. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1935.
(956  
Cooper's work on N1954.

*Cecil V. Deane. In his Aspects of eighteenth century nature poetry. Oxford: Blackwell, 1935, pp. [1], 8-9, 30, 35, 54-58, 69, 75, 76, 82, 101, 135.
(957  
Largely concerned with Gray's diction.
Rev., TLS, Jan. 4, 1936, pp. 1-2.

Walter de la Mare. "Poetry in prose." In Proceedings of British Academy, XXI (1935), 297, 298. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(958  
Dwight L. Durling. In his Georgic tradition in English poetry. New York: Columbia Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1935. (Col. Univ. Studies in Eng. and Comp. Lit., CXXI)
(959  
*F[redk]. C[has]. Green. In his Minuet: a critical survey of French and English literary ideas in the eighteenth century. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1935.
(960  
The significance of Gray's poetry in moulding critical ideas.
Rev. P. Jones, LM, XXXI (Mar., 1935), 494-95.

*R[obt]. W[yndham]. Ketton-Cremer. In his Thomas Gray. London: Duckworth, 1935. (Great Lives, LIV)
(961  
Contains interesting discussions of the poems, but is a little too brief to be a definitive biog. (although Cecil - see below - regards it as too long).
Rev. D. Cecil, Spectator, CLV (July 26, 1935), 160, 162; R. Martin, RAA, XIII (Dec., 1935), 155-56; E. Morley, YWES, XVI (1935), 296; TLS, Aug. 15, 1935, p. 511; F. Wood, ESt, LXXI (1936), 264.

Victor Lange. In his Die Lyrik und ihr Publikum im England des 18. Jahrhunderts. Eine geschmacksgeschichtliche Untersuchung über die englischen Anthologien von 1670-1780. Weimar: Böhlau, 1935. (Literatur und Leben, II)
(962  
Walter Leisering. In his Das Motiv des Einsiedlers in der englischen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts und der Hochromantik. Halle: R. Mayr, 1935. Diss.
NYP   (963  
W[ilmarth]. S. Lewis. "Yale edition of Horace Walpole's correspondence." In N&Q, Aug. 10, 1935, p. 99.
(964  
Friedrich Meinecke. "Die englische Präromantik des 18. Jahrhunderts als Vorstufe des Historismus." In Historische




112

Zeitschrift, CLII (1935), 259, 267.
(965  
Saml H. Monk. In his The sublime: a study of critical theories in XVIII-century England. New York: MLA, 1935.
(966  
Rev. A. Brandl, Archiv., n. s. CLXXII (1937), 220-22.

I[vor]. A. Richards. In his Coleridge on imagination. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1935. See index and pp. 125, 204, 205.
(967  
S[ydney]. C[astle]. Roberts. In his Doctor Johnson. London: Duckworth; New York: Macmillan, 1935, pp. 106, 137. (Great Lives)
(968  
Ernest J. Simmons. In his English literature and culture in Russia [1553-1840). Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1935. (Harvard Studies in Comp. Lit., XII)
(969  
'Gray. . . must be accorded an important place in the growth of Russian sentimentalism.'

Chard Powers Smith. In his Annals of the poets. Their origins, backgrounds, private lives, habits of composition, characters, and personal peculiarities. New York: Scribner's, 1935.
(970  
Reed Smith. In his The teaching of literature in the high school. New York: American Book Co., [1935].
(971-2  
Karl L. F. Thielke. In his Literatur- und Kunstkritik in ihren Wechselbeziehungen. Ein Beitrag zur englischen Aesthetik des 18. Jahrhunderts. Halle: Niemeyer, 1935, pp. 23-25, 65, 117-18, 119, 121. (Studien zur englischen Philologie, LXXXIV)
(973  
Gilbert Thomas. In his William Cowper and the eighteenth century. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1935.
(974  
Reprinted New York: Macmillan, 1947, 1949.

Clarence DeWitt Thorpe. "Two Augustans cross the Alps: Dennis and Addison on mountain scenery." In SP, XXXII (1935), 463, 464, 465, 467, 468, 473, 481, 482.
(975  
Addison and Dennis anticipated Gray in their appreciation of the Alps.

Carl August Weber. In his Bristols Bedeutung für die englische Romantik und die deutsch-englischen Beziehungen. Halle: Niemeyer, 1935. (Studien zur englischen Philologie, LXXXIX)
(976  
Sister M. Kevin Whelan. In her Enthusiasm in English poetry of the eighteenth century (1700-1774). Washington, D. C.: Catholic Univ. of America, 1935, pp. 39, 80, 100, 122, 126, 131, 136, 137n, 139, 147, 149, 150, 152. Diss.
(977  
Marjorie Williams. In her William Shenstone. A chapter in eighteenth century taste. Birmingham: Cornish, 1935.
(978  
Mona Wilson. In her "The twilight of the Augustans." In




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Essays and studies by members of the English Association. XX. Collected by Geo. Cookson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1935, pp. 79-80, 83-84.
(979  
1936. [Ben Abramson.] "Enduring monuments. An elegy wrote in a country churchyard." In Reading and Collecting, I (Dec., 1936), 9, 22.
(980  
Discusses El and Odes. Repro. of t-p of first ed. of El, p. 9. Collation, p. 22.

Robt Arnold Aubin. In his Topographical poetry in XVIII-century England. New York: MLA; London: Milford, 1936. (Revolving Fund Series, VI)
(981  
Alex. Cowie. In his John Trumbull Connecticut wit. Chapel Hill: Univ. of N. C. Press, 1936.
(982  
Trumbull's imitations of Gray.

W. H. G. "Gray: Odes (1757)." In Bibliographical Notes and Queries, II (Apr., 1936), 7. Query no. 152.
(983  
The question of two issues of the Odes. Replies by John Carter, ibid. (May), 4-6; Simon Nowell Smith (Oct.), 2; Nathan van Patten, ibid. See also #1017.

Edw. Niles Hooker. "The reviewers and the new trends in poetry, 1754-1770." In MLN, LI (1936), 208, 209, 211, 213.
(984  
The reaction of the reviewers to the Odes was largely favorable.

F. R. Leavis. "English poetry in the eighteenth century. In Scrutiny, V (June, 1936), 13, 14-15, 16-17, 18.
(985  
Largely concerned with the El.

F[rank]. R[aymond]. Leavis. In his Revaluation: tradition & development in English poetry. London: Chatto and Windus, 1936, pp. 73, 81, 91, 101, 103-04, 105, 106-07, 108, 130, 142, 143-46, 147.
(986  
Reprinted New York: Stewart, 1947.
The El and Gray's influence on Coleridge's early verse.

W[ilmarth]. S. Lewis. In his Bentley's designs for Walpole's fugitive pieces. Farmington, Conn.: Privately printed, 1936, pp. 9, 10. (Miscellaneous Antiquities, XII)
(987  
F[rank]. L[aurence]. Lucas. In his The decline and fall of the romantic ideal. Cambridge, Eng.: Univ. Press; New York: Macmillan, 1936, pp. 50, 98, 180, 182, 184, 235, 236.
(988  
Kenneth MacLean. In his John Locke and English literature of the eighteenth century. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1936.
(989  
Locke's influence on Gray.

Saml Taylor Coleridge. In Coleridge's miscellaneous criticism, Tho. M. Raysor, ed. London: Constable, 1936.
(990  
Largely concerned with the odes.




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Lionello Venturi. In his History of art criticism. Translated from the Italian by Chas Marriott. New York: Dutton, 1936, pp. 169, 170.
(991  
*Herbert G. Wright. "Robert Potter as a critic of Dr. Johnson." In RES, XII (July, 1936), 308, 313-17.
(992  
A discussion of Potter's defense of Gray (N1577) against Johnson's attacks.

*Calvin Daniel Yost, Jr. In his The poetry of the Gentleman's Magazine. A study in eighteenth century literary taste. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pa. Press, 1936. Diss.
(993  
The influence of the odes and esp. the El, pp. 16, 21, 23, 25, 26, 32, 36, 39, 55, 57, 59-62, 65-67, 68, 95-97, 98, 99, 120, 132, 135, 139, 140, 141, 142. Rev. C. Carlson, MP, XXXV (Nov., 1937), 204-05; E. Deckner, Beibl., XLIX (1938), 17-18.

1937. Edw. Gay Ainsworth, Jr. In his Poor Collins. His life, his art, and his influence. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937.
(994  
Rev. G. Tillotson, MLR, XXXII (Oct., 1937), 616-17.

B. Sprague Allen. In his Tides in English taste (1619-1800). A background for the study of literature. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937. 2v.
(995  
Gray's interest in scenery and in the Gothic revival.

Sara Coleridge. In Leslie Nathan Broughton, ed. Sara Coleridge and Henry Reed. . . including her comment on his Memoir of Gray [N120]. . . Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937. (Cornell Studies in English, XXVII)
(996  
Douglas Bush. In his Mythology and the romantic tradition in English poetry. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937. (Harvard Studies in English, XVIII)
(997  
John W. Draper. "The metrical tale in XVIII-century England." In PMLA, LII (1937), 393, 395, 396.
(998  
Cat and LSt.

Fredk C. Gill. In his The romantic movement and Methodism. A study of English romanticism and the evangelical revival. London: Epworth, 1937.
(999  
Chas E[liot]. Goodspeed. In his Yankee bookseller. Being the reminiscences of Charles E. Goodspeed. Boston: Houghton, 1937.
(1000  
Recollections of Norton's writing of N1919.

Bernard Groom. In his The formation and use of compound epithets in English poetry from 1579. Oxford: Clarendon; London: Milford, 1937, pp. 297, 309. (Society for Pure English. Tract XLIX)
(1001  
A[rthur]. R. Humphreys. In his William Shenstone. An eighteenth-century portrait. London: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1937.
(1002  
*Wm Powell Jones. In his Thomas Gray, scholar. The true




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tragedy of an eighteenth-century gentleman with two youthful notebooks now published for the first time from the original manuscripts in the Morgan Library, New York City. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937.
(1003  
A very thorough and reliable study of Gray's intellectual activities. For the notebooks see #490a. Also contains a frontispiece portr. and a 'Register of Gray autograph manuscripts,' pp. [175]-81.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XVIII (1937), 217-19; R. C[rane]., PQ, XVII (1938), 194-95; A. Kazin, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., July 3, 1938, p. 11; [G. Tillotson], TLS, Feb. 5, 1938, p. 88 (reprinted in #1087); noted, TLS, Mar. 26, 1938, p. 218; P. Meissner, Beibl., L (1939), 16-18; O. Shepard, MLN, LIV (Jan., 1939), 64-66; A. Tillotson, RES, XV (1939), 373; W. Templeman, JEGP, XXXIX (1940), 295-97.

W[m]. P[owell]. Jones. "The vogue of natural history in England, 1750-1770." In Annals of Science, II (1937), 345-52.
(1004  
Gray's interest in insects.

In R[ich]. S[tanton]. Lambert, ed. Grand tour. A journey in the tracks of the age of aristocracy conducted by Mona Wilson, Douglas Woodruff, Edmund Blunden, Janet Adam Smith, Richard Pyke, Sacheverell Sitwell, Malcolm Letts. . . New York: Dutton, 1937, pp. 30, 61, 74, 75-76, 77, 91, 93-94, 99.
(1005  
Gray and Walpole's European trip.

Stuart Piggott. "Prehistory and the romantic movement." In Antiquity, XI (1937), 33, 34-35, 36.
(1006  
Gray's interest in Druids.

Mario Praz. In his Storia della letteratura inglese. Firenze: G. C. Sansoni, 1937.
(1007  
Fredk A. Pottle with the assistance of Joseph Foladare, John P. Kirby and others. In Index to the private papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle in the collection of Lt.-Colonel Ralph Heyward Isham. London: Oxford, 1937.
(1008  
Walter F. Schirmer. In his Geschichte der englischen Literatur von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Halle: Niemeyer, 1937.
(1009  
Andrew C. S. J. Smith. In his Theories of the nature and standard of taste in England, 1700-1790. Chicago: [Planographed], 1937, pp. 127-28, 147. Diss.
(1010  
David Nichol Smith. In his Some observations on eighteenth century poetry. London: Oxford, 1937, pp. 16, 49, 50, 54-55, 57. (Alexander Lectures in English at the Univ. of Toronto, 1937)
(1011  
Hor. Walpole. In The Yale edition of Horace Walpole's correspondence. Edited by W. S. Lewis. Vols. I-II. Horace Walpole's correspondence with the Rev. William Cole. Edited by W. S. Lewis and A. Dayle Wallace. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1937.
(1012  
Rev. S. Chew, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Oct. 17, 1937, pp. 1-2; A. Shepperson, VQR, XIV (1938), 607-10.




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Jas H. Warner. "Eighteenth-century English reactions to the Nouvelle Héloïse. " In PMLA, LII (1937), 803n, 816-17, 819n.
(1013  
*Leonard Whibley. "Notes on two manuscripts of Thomas Gray." In Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association (1937). XXIII. Collected by S. C. Roberts. Oxford: Clarendon, 1938, pp. 52-57.
(1014  
'Chronological tables of Greek history,' pp. 52-55. 'Gray's own copy of A long story,' pp. 55-57.

W. T. Williams and G. H. Vallins, eds. In their #25b.
(1015  
1938. Agnes Addison. In her Romanticism and the Gothic revival. New York: R. R. Smith, 1938.
(1016  
John Carter. "Gray: Odes. 1757." In Bibliographical Notes and Queries, II (Apr., 1938), 2-3.
(1017  
A continuation of #983. Replies Leonard Whibley, ibid., pp. 3-4; Carter, (Nov.), 2-3. They conclude that all 2000 copies of the Odes were printed by Walpole and that the thin paper issue was the first setting, but see #1083.

R. C. Churchill. "Gray and Matthew Arnold." In Criterion, XVII (1938), 426-31.
(1018  
Disagrees with Arnold's interpretation of Gray as a poet thwarted in an age of prose.

Alex. Cowie. "John Trumbull as a critic of poetry." In New England Quarterly, XI (1938), 788.
(1019  
Trumbull preferred the El to the Odes.

Jas Alfred Eastman. "Thomas Gray — in and out of the library." In Bulletin of the New York Public Library, XLII (1938), 743-49.
(1020  
Discusses early Gray eds.

Rintaro Fukuhara. "Thomas Gray, gentleman." In Studies in English Literature, a quarterly review compiled and issued by the English Literary Society of Japan, XVIII (1938), 544-54.
PU   (1021  
Largely a summary of Jones, #1003, but adds two items to Jones' register of Gray's autograph MSS. (1) The cookery notes (See #130) and (2) 'A chronological list of painters. . .' (N468)

Lodwick C. Hartley. In his William Cowper, humanitarian. Chapel Hill: Univ. of N. C. Press, 1938. Princeton diss.
(1022  
*W[m]. Powell Jones. "Thomas Gray's library." In MP, XXXV (Feb., 1938), 257-78.
(1023  
The list of books recorded in Gray's notebook as bought since he came to London, 1760. See also #490a.

G. G. L. "Errors in the Aldine 'Gray' [N170]." In N&Q, July 16, 1938, p. 44.
(1024  
Lorna Frances McGuire. "The relation of English poetry to




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English painting in the romantic period." In Radcliffe College, summaries of theses, 1935-1938. Cambridge: Published by the College, 1938, pp. 37-38.
(1025  
Gray's interest in painting and Blake's illus. for Gray's poems.

Frances Schouler Miller. "The historic sense of Thomas Warton, Junior." In ELH, V (Mar., 1938), 73, 87, 91.
(1026  
Hen. Crabb Robinson. In Edith J. Morley, ed. Henry Crabb Robinson on books and their writers. London: Dent, 1938, 3v.
(1027  
Wordsworth's and Lamb's opinion of Gray's poetry, Robinson's views on Gray's poetry and letters and on Mason's Memoir.

Harry Ransom. "The rewards of authorship in the eighteenth century." In Univ. of Texas Studies in English, [XVIII] (July 8, 1938), 53-54.
(1028  
Armand M. Reimeringer. In his L'opinion anglaise sur les institutions françaises au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Lavergne, 1938, pp. 43, 114.
(1029  
Leo Shapiro. "Lucretian 'domestic melancholy' and the tradition of Vergilian 'frustration'." In PMLA, LIII (Dec., 1938), 1088, 1090, 1093.
(1030  
Influence of Lucretius and Vergil on Gray.

Chauncey Brewster Tinker. In his Painter and poet. Studies in the literary relations of English painting. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1938. (The Chas. Eliot Norton Lectures for 1937-1938)
(1031  
Leonard Whibley. "Garrick's verses to Gray." In TLS, Feb. 12, 1938, p. 112.
(1032  
Bibliographical information concerning the printing of 'To Mr. Gray on his Odes' at Strawberry Hill.

1939. J. A. W. Bennett. "The history of Old English and Old Norse studies in England from the time of Francis Junius till the end of the eighteenth century." In University of Oxford abstracts of dissertations, 1938, XI (1939), 114-15.
(1033  
Donald Cross Bryant. In his Edmund Burke and his literary friends. St. Louis, 1939. (Washington Univ. Studies, n. s. Lang. and Lit., IX)
(1034-35  
N[emours]. H[onoré]. Clement. In his Romanticism in France. New York: MLA, 1939.
(1036  
The influence of the El and the Norse poems in France and French transl. of the El (N739, N755).

Claire Eliane Engel. In her Figures & aventures du XVIIIe siècle. Voyages et découvertes de l'Abbé Prévost. Préface de Paul Hazard. Paris: Editions "Je sers," 1939. (Etudes de littérature, d'art et d'histoire, V)
(1037  




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Miriam Friedman. "Lucian in English literature 1683-1795." In Cornell Univ. abstracts of theses. . . 1938. Ithaca, 1939, p. 18.
(1038  
A. R. Humphreys. "A classical education and eighteenth-century poetry." In Scrutiny, VIII (Sept., 1939), 193, 194, 199, 201, 204-05.
(1039  
An attack upon the 'banal moralizing' and 'histrionic emptiness' of the odes.

Roger Martin. In his Les préromantiques anglais. . . #76a.
(1040  
Saml H. Monk. "Anna Seward and the romantic poets: a study in taste." In Earl Leslie Griggs, ed. Wordsworth and Coleridge: studies in honor of George McLean Harper. Princeton: Univ. Press, 1939.
(1041  
Geoffrey Tillotson. "Eighteenth-century poetic diction." In Essays and studies by members of the English Association (1939). XXV. Collected by Percy Simpson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1940, p. 69.
(1042  
Reprinted in #1087.

W. Lee Ustick. "Tom D'Urfey and the graveyard." In MP, XXXVI (Feb., 1939), 303-06.
(1043  
Hor. Walpole. In The Yale edition of Horace Walpole's correspondence. Edited by W. S. Lewis. Vols. III-VIII. Horace Walpole's correspondence with Madame du Deffand and Wiart. Edited by W. S. Lewis and Warren Hunting Smith. 6v. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1939.
(1044  
Earl R. Wasserman. "The Walpole-Chatterton controversy." In MLN, LIV (1939), 460-62.
(1045  
Prints the account of the matter in Isaac Reed's notebook (Folger MS. 632)

Basil Williams. In his The Whig supremacy, 1714-1760. Oxford: Clarendon, 1939. (Oxford history of England)
(1046  
1940. *Leicester Bradner. In his Musae anglicanae: a history of Anglo-Latin poetry, 1500-1925. New York: MLA; London: Oxford, 1940. (MLA Gen. Ser., X)
(1047  
'Gray's genius in Latin lay almost entirely in the ode. . . .The greatest triumph of these poems is their ability to build up an effective atmosphere within a few stanzas.'
Rev. TLS, Nov. 22, 1941, p. 582.

E. K. Brown. "Matthew Arnold and the eighteenth century." In University of Toronto Quarterly, IX (1940), 202-13.
(1048  
Sir Saml Egerton Brydges. "A letter of Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges to Robert Southey [0ct. 18, 21, 1829]." Intro. by R. B. Haselden. In HLQ, III (Jan., 1940), 246-7.
(1049  
Huntington MS. 12321.

J. Crofts. "Wordsworth and the seventeenth century." In




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Proceedings of the British Academy, XXVI (1940), 180. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(1050  
H[en]. V[ictor]. D. Dyson and John Butt. In their Augustans and romantics, 1689-1830. With chapters on art, economics and philosophy by Geoffrey Webb, F. J. Fisher, and H. A. Hodges. London: Cresset, 1940. (Introductions to literature, ed. Bonamy Dobrée, III)
(1051  
Ernest Earnest. In his John and William Bartram: botanists and explorers, 1699-1777, 1739-1823. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pa. Press; London: Oxford, 1940.
(1052  
Gray's interest in botany.

*B[enj]. Ifor Evans. "Thomas Gray and William Blake." In his Tradition and romanticism. Studies in English poetry from Chaucer to W. B. Yeats. London: Methuen; New York: Longmans, Green, 1940, pp. 99-108. See index.
(1053  
Gray revered the past and hence used traditional mythology.
Rev. TLS, Feb. 3, 1940, 58, 64.

Francis Gallaway. In his Reason, rule, and revolt in English classicism. New York: Scribner's, 1940.
(1054  
Gray's literary sources and views on religion, philosophy, imagination, style, medieval literature, landscape, and the simple life.

In John Hampden, comp. An eighteenth-century journal: being a record of the years 1774-1776. London: Macmillan, 1940.
(1054a  
*R[obt]. W. Ketton-Cremer. In his Horace Walpole, a biography. London: Duckworth; New York: Longmans, Green, 1940.
(1055  
Rev. S. Chew, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Dec. 15, 1940, p. 2, and in YR, n. s. XXX (Dec., 1940), 385-87; E. Forbes-Boyd, Chris. Sci. Mon., July 20, 1940, p. 11; P. Magnus, Spectator, CLXIV (May 24, 1940), 723; R. Mc Donough, Library Journal LXV (Oct. 1, 1940), 807; TLS, May 4, 1940, p. 218; V. Woolf, New Statesman & Nation, XIX (June 8, 1940), 726.

In The Library of Edward Gibbon: a catalogue of his books. Introduction by Geoffrey Keynes. London: Cape, 1940, p. 138.
(1055a  
Gibbon's copy of N13.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XXI (1940), 193-95.

Margaret Ruth Lowery. In her Windows of the morning. A critical study of William Blake's Poetical Sketches, 1783. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press., 1940. (Yale Studies in English, XCIII)
(1056  
Gray had more influence on Blake than is generally assumed.
Rev. R. Wellek, PQ, XX (Jan., 1941), 92-93.

Ernest Campbell Mossner. "Hume and the Scottish Shakespeare." In HLQ, III (July, 1940), 440.
(1057  
Emery Neff. In his A revolution in European poetry, 1660-1900. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1940.
(1058-9  
Gray's interest in scholarship and Northern poetry.




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T[ho]. B[oswell]. Shepherd. In his Methodism and the literature of the eighteenth century. London: Epworth, 1940.
(1060  
Chas. Wesley's opinion of Gray.

*Geo. N. Shuster. In his The English ode from Milton to Keats. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1940. (Col. Univ. Studies, CL)
(1061  
A discussion of Gray's odes as a sign of the 'return of imagination.'
Rev. Bk. Rev. Digest, 1940, p. 836; D. Bush, JEGP, XL (1941), 304-07; C. H[arrold]., ELH, VIII (1941), 8; P. Hutchison, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Mar. 2, 1941, p. 2; D. Smith, NMQR, XI (1941), 111-14.

Bernard Herbert Stern. In his The rise of romantic Hellenism in English literature 1732-1786. Menasha: Banta, 1940, pp. x, 151-53, 182.
(1062  
Rev. H. Routh, RES, XVII (Apr., 1941), 238-40; L. Willoughby, MLR, XXXVII (1942), 217-19.

Hen. W. Wells. In his New poets from old. A study in literary genetics. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1940.
(1063  
Gray's place in the history of verse form.

Basil Willey. In his The eighteenth century background: studies on the idea of nature in the thought of the period. London: Chatto and Windus, 1940; New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1941.
(1064  
1941. Robt J. Allen. In his Life in eighteenth century England. Preface by Chauncey B. Tinker. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, [1941], p. 31. (Museum Extension Publications, Illustrative Set, IV)
(1065  
Rich. D. Altick. In his Richard Owen Cambridge: belated Augustan. Philadelphia, 1941. U. of Pa. diss.
(1066  
R. W. Chambers. "Poets and their critics: Langland and Milton." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XXVII (1941), 112. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(1067  
Cornelius Carman Cunningham. In his Literature as a fine art: analysis and interpretation. New York: Nelson, 1941.
(1068  
The Scandinavian poems and the use of variety and contrast in the El.

Francis J. Glasheen. "Shelley's use of Gray's poetry." In MLN, LVI (1941), 192-96.
(1069  
Echoes of Gray in Shelley's early verse.

M. H. Griffin. "Thomas Gray, classical Augustan." In CJ, XXXVI (1941), 473-82.
(1070  
Regards Gray as a 'second Horace' and prints transl. of A10 (#92).

John S. Harrison. In his Types of English poetry: a study of literary organisms. Indianapolis: Butler Univ. Press, 1941.
(1071  
Poetic technique in Bard and PP.

W[m]. Powell Jones. "The William Robinsons in Italy." In




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HLQ, IV (1941), 343, 344, 347n, 348n.
(1072  
G. Wilson Knight. "On eighteenth-century nationalism." In English, III (1941), 244.
(1073  
Nationalism in El and Bard.

Lewis Leary. In his That rascal Freneau, a study in literary failure. [N. p.]: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1941.
(1073a  
Influence of El, Cat, and Eton on Freneau.

Paul Leidig. In his Französische Lehnwörter und Lehnbedeutungen im Englischen des 18. Jahrhunderts. Ein Spiegelbild französischer Kultureinwirkung. Bochum-Langendreer: Pöppinghaus, 1941. (Beiträge zur englischen Philologie, ed. Max Förster, XXXVII)
(1073b  
Edwine Montague. "Bishop Hurd's association with Thomas Warton." In Stanford studies in language and literature. Stanford Univ., Calif.: Published by the Univ., 1941, pp. 234, 243, 248-49.
(1074  
Gray's outline of English poetry.

*Herbert W. Starr. In his Gray as a literary critic. Philadelphia, 1941. U. of Pa. diss.
(1075  
Appendix, 'Gray's practice of versification of his own poetry.[',] pp. 132-40.
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XXII (1941), 181-82; W. P. Jones, MLN, LIX (1944), 146-47; R. Wellek, Erasmus, I (1947), 670.

Donald A. Stauffer. In his The art of biography in eighteenth century England. Princeton: Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1941.
(1076  
Discusses Mason's Memoir.

Dorothy Margaret Stuart. "Landscape in Augustan verse." In Essays and studies by members of the English Association. XXVI. Collected by Arundell Esdaile. Oxford: Clarendon, 1941, pp. 79, 82, 84-85.
(1077  
Classical treatment of landscape in Eton and El.

Hor. Walpole. In The Yale edition of Horace Halpole's correspondence. Edited by W. S. Lewis. Vols. IX-X. Horace Walpole's correspondence with George Montagu. Edited by W. S. Lewis and Ralph S. Brown, Jr. 2v. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1941.
(1078  
Rev. H. Davis, YR, XXXI (1942), 611-13; TLS, July 11, 1942, p. 342.

René Wellek. In his The rise of English literary history. Chapel Hill: Univ. of N. C. Press, 1941.
(1079  
Gray's scholarship in literary history.
Rev. E. Wasserman, JEGP, XL (1942), 115-18; D. Bond, MP, XL (1943), 361-63.

1942. Curtis B. Bradford and Stuart Gerry Brown. "On teaching the age of Johnson." In CE, III (1942), 651, 652-53.
(1080  
Gray 'was a poet of the Pope type.'

Ruth Kennedy Colvin. In her "Thomas Gray as a literary




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critic." Rochester, N. Y., 1942.
(1080a  
195-200 typewritten leaves. Unpublished M. A. thesis at Univ. of Rochester.

Eva Beatrice Dykes. In her The negro in English romantic thought; or, a study of sympathy for the oppressed. Washington, D. C: Associated Publishers, 1942.
(1081  
*Hoxie Neale Fairchild. In his Religious trends in English poetry. II: 1740-1780, religious sentimentalism in the age of Johnson. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1942.
(1082  
Discusses Gray's religious views, which were a broad, rationalistic, unsentimental Protestantism. Only one ref. in vol. I (p. 15).
Rev. F. Pottle, Review of Religion, VIII (Nov., 1943), 80-84; R. Quintana, MLN, LIX (1944), 290-92; TLS, May 18, 1943, p. 234.

*A[llen]. T[racey]. Hazen. In his A bibliography of the Strawberry Hill Press. . . New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Oxford, 1942.
(1083  
Much bibliographical information concerning the Strawberry Hill eds. of Gray, esp. Tho. Kirgate's printing of the thick paper Odes of 1757.
Correction to his description of Odes, 1757 (N180), In John Hayward, comp., English poetry: a descriptive catalogue. . . Publ. for the Nat'l Bk. League by the Cambridge Univ. Press; New York: Macmillan, 1947, pp. 77-78.
Rev. L. Wroth, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bks., Sept. 6, 1942, p. 14; G. Winship, MLN, LVIII (Dec., 1943), 636-38; D. N. Smith, RES, XX (July, 1944), 244-46.

Louis Kronenberger. In his Kings and desperate men: life in eighteenth century England. New York: Knopf, 1942.
(1084  
Josephine Miles. In her Pathetic fallacy in the nineteenth century. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif. Press, 1942, pp. 183, 190, 192, 193, 196, 207, 252, 279. (Univ. of Calif. Publ. in Eng., XII, No. 2)
(1085  
Herbert W. Starr. "Gray's opinion of Parnell." In MLN, LVII (1942), 675-76.
(1086  
Hester Thrale. In her Thraliana: the diary of Mrs. Hester Lynch Thrale (later Mrs. Piozzi) 1776-1809. Katharine C. Balderston, ed. Oxford: Clarendon; New York: Oxford, 1942, 2v.
(1086a  
Geoffrey Tillotson. In his Essays in criticism and research. Cambridge: Univ. Press: New York: Macmillan, 1942.
(1087  
Two of his revs. reprinted: 'On Gray's letters,' pp. 117-23 (#431); 'Gray the scholar-poet,' pp. 124-27 (#1003). See also pp. xviii, xix, 59, 62, 74, 91, 110.
Rev. J. Bennett, MLR, XXXVII (1942), 384-85; R. Cox, Scrutiny, X (Apr., 1942), 395-96; TLS, Apr. 4, 1942, p. 174 (portr. by Wilson); J. Tobin, Thought, XVIII (Mar., 1943), 151-54.

Leone Vivante. "The concept of a creative principle in the poems of Collins and Gray." In Comparative Literature Studies {Etudes de littérature comparée), VIII (1942), 12-17.
(1088  
Discusses an aesthetic concept of simplicity in his poetry.
Reprinted in Vivante's English poetry and its contribution to the knowledge of a creative principle. Preface by T. S. Eliot. London: Faber & Faber; New York: Macmillan, 1950, pp. 76-82.




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1943. Edw. G. Ainsworth and Chas E. Noyes. In their Christopher Smart: a biographical and critical study. Columbia: Univ. of Mo., 1943, pp. [5], 14n, 16, 17n, 18n, 20, 28n, 29-33, 35, 49, 50, 51, 54, 66, 90n, 93, 107, 127, 163. (Univ. of Mo. Studies, XVIII, No. 4)
(1089  
Gray's account of Smart while they were both at Cambridge.

Isabel Wakelin Urban Chase. In her Horace Walpole: gardenist, an edition of Walpole's "The history of modern taste in gardening" with an "Estimate of Walpole's contribution to landscape architecture." Princeton: Univ. Press for Univ. of Cincinnati, 1943.
(1090  
Gray's 'romantic' appreciation of scenery.

Hugh Sykes Davies, comp. The poets and their critics, Chaucer to Collins. Harmondsworth, Eng.: Penguin (Pelican) Books, 1943.
(1091  
'Gray and Collins,' pp. 203-22. Consists of: intro. by Davies and brief selecs. from Gray (T. & W. nos. 103, 126), Goldsmith (N180), Monthly Rev. (N52), Cowper (N1560a), Johnson (N1571), Potter (N1577), Wakefield (N71), Wordsworth (#547), Berdmore (N1605), Coleridge (#601a), Mitford (N1638, N19), Mathias (N1635), Hazlitt (N1647), Campbell (N214), Bagehot (N1744), Stephen (N1790), Arnold ([N]1808), Swinburne (#609a).

Frank B. Evans. III. "Platonic scholarship in eighteenth-century England." In MP, XLI (Nov., 1943), 106.
(1092  
*Robt Halsband. "A parody of Thomas Gray." In PQ, XXII (July, 1943), [255]-66.
(1093  
The effect on Gray of Two Odes by Colman and Lloyd (N1535).

Leon Howard. In his The Connecticut wits. Chicago: Univ. Press, 1943.
(1094  
Their echoes of Gray's poetry.

Léon Lemonnier. In his Les poètes romantiques anglais. Paris: Boivin, 1943, pp. 6, 7, 8, 11, 15, 61, 82.
(1095  
Clark S. Northup. "Gray and Chatterton." In Mark Twain Quarterly, V, no. 4 (Spr., 1943), 17-18.
(1096  
*Chas Grosvenor Osgood. "Lady Phillipina Knight and her Boswell." In Princeton University Library Chronicle. IV (1943), 40, 48.
(1097  
Quotes her account of meeting Gray in London.

Geo. Sampson. "The century of divine song." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XXIX (1943), 40. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(1098  
1944. Wallace Cable Brown. "Charles Churchill and criticism in transition." In JEGP, XLIII (1944), 165-66.
(1099  
Churchill's attack on Gray's odes.

E. W. Gudger. "Two fishing cats that made history; one in an elegy by T. Gray." In Natural History, the Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History, LIII (Oct., 1944),




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371-74.
(1100  
Reproduces 3 illus. of Cat from Bentley's Designs. Traces the 'fishing cat' story back to a street in Paris, Rue du Chat qui Pêche.

R[obt]. W[yndham]. Ketton-Cremer. In his Norfolk portraits. London: Faber & Faber, 1944.
(1101  
Gray's interest in botany and Benj. Stillingham's hostility to the Odes.

Joseph Wood Krutch. In his Samuel Johnson. New York: Holt, 1944.
(1102  
F. R. Leavis. "Johnson as critic." In Scrutiny, XII (Sum., 1944), 201-03.
(1103  
Defends Johnson's judgment of Gray.

Henri [M.] Peyre. In his Writers and their critics: a study of misunderstanding. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1944.
(1104  
J. D. U. Ward. "Burnham Beeches and Stoke Poges." In Canadian Geographical Journal, XXIX (July, 1944), 10-11.
(1105  
Gray's appreciation of Burnham. Photo. of porch of Stoke church.

Jas. Warner. "Emile in eighteenth-century England." In PMLA, LIX (1944), 774n, 781.
(1106  
1945. *C[has]. F[rancis]. Bell. "Thomas Gray and the fine arts." In Essays and studies by members of the English Association. XXX. Ed. by C. H. Wilkinson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1945, pp. 50-81.
(1107  
Contains valuable estimations of books on Gray and editions of his work. Discusses Gray MSS. and his interest in music, painting, architecture, and gardening.

Edmund Blunden. "Elegant extracts." In Essays on the eighteenth century presented to David Nichol Smith in honour of his seventieth birthday. Oxford: Clarendon, 1945, pp. 228, 229, 231, 235.
(1108  
Knox's selections from Gray in his anthologies (See N207 and #432).

*Lord David Cecil. "The poetry of Thomas Gray." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XXXI (1945), 43-60. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(1109  
Reprinted in YR, XXXVI (June, 1947), 611-29, and in his Poets and storytellers, a book of critical essays. New York: Macmillan, 1949, pp. [47]-73.
An important discussion of Gray's personality as revealed in his poetry. His poems fall into several categories: those 'inspired by the historical and aesthetic strain in him,' those dealing with 'his personal relation to life,' and those which are satiric or humorous.
Rev. TLS, Jan. 12, 1946, p. 19; C. Baker, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev. Mar. 13, 1949, p. 6; G. LeRoy, Phila. Inquirer Bk. Rev., Apr. 17, 1949, p. 4; H. Jones, SRL, Apr. 16, 1949, p. 26; E. Salter, Contemporary Rev., CLXXVI (1949), 191-92.

M[artin]. L[owther]. Clarke. In his Greek studies in England, 1700-1830. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1945.
(1110  
Discusses errors in Cooke's transl. of El (N784) and Gray's knowledge of Greek lit., esp. Plato and Pindar.
Rev. TLS, Dec. 1, 1945, p. 570.




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Sidney K. Eastwood. "Horace Walpole." In N&Q, July 28, 1945, p. 40.
(1111  
Gray's acquaintance with J. Butler.

Raymond D. Havens. "Southey's Specimens of the later English poets." In PMLA, LX (1945), 1069, 1074.
(1112  
Southey's plan to include Vic.

*A[llen]. T[racey]. Hazen. "Bentley's Gray." TLS, Feb. 3, 1945, p. 60.
(1113  
Believes there were three different printings of the Designs. See #1161.

Wilmarth S. Lewis. "Horace Walpole reread." In Atlantic Monthly, CLXXVI (July, 1945), 48, 49.
(1114  
See #1205.

Wilmarth S. Lewis. "Searching for manuscripts." In Atlantic Monthly, CLXXVI (Sept., 1945), 68, 70.
(1115  
See #1205.

Hugh McDonald. "John Langhorne." In Essays on the eighteenth century. . . [#1108], pp. 120, 124.
(1116  
Josephine Miles. "From good to bright: a note in poetic history." In PMLA, LX (1945), 771, 772.
(1117  
Edw. C. J. Wolf. In his Rowlandson and his illustrations of eighteenth century English literature. Copenhagen: Einar Munksgaard, 1945.
(1117a  
*John Russell. "Thomas Gray." In Cornhill Magazine, CLXI (Apr.-Dec., 1945), 325-33, 399-406, [409]-20.
(1118  
A thorough discussion and analysis of Gray's interests, poetic abilities, and personality. Reproduces headpiece (p. [409]) and tailpiece (p. 420) from Bentley's Designs.

*H[erbert]. W. Starr. "Gray's revisions of his friends' poetry." In JEGP, XLIV (July, 1945), 250-62.
(1119  
The friends are Mason, Beattie, and West.

*Dom Hilary Steuert. "Two Augustan studies: I. Thomas Gray." In The Dublin Review, CCXVI (Jan., 1945), 61-67.
(1120  
Objects to Arnold's remark that Gray 'never spoke out.' The effect of the Pope-Dryden tradition on Gray 'far from being an inhibiting influence, was. . . a source of strength.'

Geoffrey Tillotson. "Matthew Arnold and eighteenth-century poetry." In Essays on the eighteenth century. . . [#1108], pp. 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 271, 273.
(1121  
Tho. Yoseloff. In his A fellow of infinite jest. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1945, pp. 19-20.
(1122  
1946. Edw. Townsend Booth. In his God made the country. New York: Knopf, 1946.
(1123  
Gray's travels and attitude toward the country and gardening.
Adv. SRL, Mar. 16, 1946, p. 47.




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In Cleanth Brooks, ed. The correspondence of Thomas Percy and Richard Farmer. [Baton Rouge]: La. State Univ. Press, 1946. (The Percy Letters, David Nichol Smith and Cleanth Brooks, eds.)
(1124  
John Pike Emery. In his Arthur Murphy. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pa. Press for Temple Univ. Publications, 1946.
(1125-6  
Murphy's revs. of Gray's odes, echoes of the El, and transl. of the El (#184).

Paul Hazard. In his La pensée européenne au XVIIIème siècle de Montesquieu à Lessing. Paris: Boivin, 1946, 3v.
(1127  
Holbrook Jackson. In his The reading of books. London: Faber & Faber, 1946; New York: Scribner's, 1947.
(1128  
Josephine Miles. In her Major adjectives in English poetry from Wyatt to Auden. Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ. of Calif. Press, 1946, pp. 311, 315, 317, 318, 319, 358, 371, 374, 379, 387, 414, 415. (Univ. of Calif. Publ. in Eng., XII, No. 3, pp. 305-426)
(1129  
Gray's use of adjectives compared with Collins's.

*H[erbert]. W. Starr. "Gray's craftsmanship." In JEGP, XLV (1946), 415-29.
(1130  
Discusses Gray's revisions in El, PP, and Bard.

Donald A. Stauffer. In his The nature of poetry. New York: Norton, [1946],
(1131  
Discusses Gray's word coinage and metrics of the El.

C[olwyn]. E[dw]. Vulliamy. In his Ursa major: a study of Dr. Johnson and his friends. London: Michael Joseph, 1946.
(1132  
Ralph S. Walker, ed. In his James Beattie's London diary, 1773. Aberdeen: Univ. Press, 1946. (Aberdeen Univ. Studies, CXXII)
(1133  
1947. Gleason Leonard Archer, Jr. "The reception of Pindar in Germany during the eighteenth century." In Harvard. . . summaries of theses. . . 1943-1945. Cambridge: Published by the Univ., 1947, pp. 450-51.
(1134  
'In Gray, as in Pindar, we see a perfect adaptation of metrical form to the mood and color of each passing thought.'

Sergio Baldi. "A book once belonging to Gray." In N&Q, Nov. 15, 1947, p. 498.
(1135  
Gives a bibliographical description of Pococke's transl. of Philosophus Autodidactus, which is in the Keats-Shelley Memorial House, Rome.

J. M. G. Blakiston. "Gray and Collins [exhibition]." In TLS, Apr. 19, 1947, p. 183.
(1136  
Comment TLS, July 5, 1947, p. 337.




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Fred W. Boege. In his Smollett's reputation as a novelist. Princeton: Univ. Press, 1947. (Princeton Studies in English, XXVII)
(1137  
Alice Stayert Brandenburg. "English education and neo-classical taste in the eighteenth century." In MLQ, VIII (1947), 192.
(1138  
Gray's youthful fondness for Virgil.

Lord David Cecil. "The schooldays of Thomas Gray." In Life and Letters, LV (Dec., 1947), 183-200.
(1139  
This is a printing of pp. 107-34 of Cecil, #1155. See also #1156.

Margaret M[ary]. Fitzgerald. In her First follow nature: primitivism in English poetry, 1725-1750. New York: King's Crown Press, Columbia, 1947.
(1140  
Discusses Spr. and El.
Rev. L. Whitney, PQ, XXVII (1948), 132-34; E. Morley, YWES, XXVIII (1947), 214-15.

Northrop Frye. In his Fearful symmetry: a study of William Blake. Princeton: Univ. Press, 1947.
(1141  
Gray's influence on Blake.

Stanley C. Glassey. In his The groundwork of criticism. . . London: Cumberlege, Oxford, 1947, pp. 32, 46, 95-97.
(1141a  
Discusses and quotes Adv (ll. 1-16, 25-32) and El (ll. 1-10).

Andrew Hilen. In his Longfellow and Scandinavia. A study of the poet's relationship with the northern languages and literature. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1947. (Yale Studies in English, CVII)
(1142  
Influence of Gray's Norse poems on Longfellow. States that FS and Odin give Gray 'the honor of having begun the Norse vogue in English literature.' The last statement is questioned in a rev. by K. Litzenberg, JEGP, XLVIII (1949), 301.

Wilma L. Kennedy. In her The English heritage of Coleridge of Bristol, 1798: the basis in eighteenth-century thought for his distinction between imagination and fancy. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1947. (Yale Studies in English, CIV)
(1143  
Coleridge thought Gray a man of excellent taste but of little creative imagination.

R[obt]. W[yndham]. Ketton-Cremer. "Advice for Richard West." In TLS, Mar. 29, 1947, p. 141.
(1144  
*Léon Lemonnier. "Gray." In his Les poètes anglais du XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Boivin, 1947, pp. [93]-110. See also pp. 8, 9, 112-13, 115, 116-17, 123, 126, 135, 231, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 240. (Le Livre de l'étudiant)
(1145  
Largely concerned with Gray as a poet, not as a critic or letter writer.

Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis. "Collector's progress." In Atlantic Monthly, CLXXIX (Apr., 1947), 82, 84.
(1146  
Lewis's copies of Bentley's Designs, Gray's Odes of 1757. See #1205.




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Robt Manson Myers. "Neo-classical criticism of the Ode for music." In PMLA, LXII (1947), 402n, 415.
(1147  
Dryden's ode compared to Gray's Music.

Herbert M. Schueller. "Literature and music as sister arts: an aspect of aesthetic theory in eighteenth-century Britain." In PQ, XXVI (1947), 202.
(1148  
Gray's letter to Algarotti, T. & W., no. 374.

Earl R. Wasserman. In his Elizabethan poetry in the eighteenth century. Urbana: Univ. of Ill. Press, 1947. (Ill. Studies in Lang. & Lit., XXXII, nos. 2-3)
(1149  
Photograph of Benj. Wilson's portrait of Gray. In Illustrated London News, CCX (June 28, 1947), 695.
(1150  
1948. Austin J. App. In his The true concept of literature. San Antonio: Mission Press, 1948.
(1151  
Margaret Barton. In her Garrick. London: Faber & Faber; New York: Macmillan, 1948.
(1152  
Jas Beattie. In Ralph S. Walker, ed. James Beattie's day-book, 1773-1798. Aberdeen: Third Spalding Club, 1948.
(1153  
D. S. Bland. "Gray and the spirit of romanticism." In Cambridge Journal, II (Dec., 1948), 169-80.
(1154  
'At his best he is an Augustan and when he does break with his age he fails as a poet.'

*Lord David Cecil. In his Two quiet lives: Dorothy Osborne, Thomas Gray. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1948.
(1155  
Benj. Wilson, Richardson portrs.
An interesting and valuable character analysis, but not to be regarded as a definitive biography despite its biographical framework. (1) Comparatively little attention is given to Gray's poetic accomplishments and intellectual interests (2) the absence of footnotes and bibliography makes it difficult to check Cecil's sources (3) the factual material is not always completely reliable. For example, Cecil states that the 'final breach' between Walpole and Gray occurred in August, 1741, and that it 'was six years before they spoke to one another again.' (p. 166) T. & W. (Appen. D) date the quarrel in May, and the reconciliation with Walpole took place in Nov., 1745. Also Gray removed from Peterhouse to Pembroke in 1756, not 1759 (Cecil, p. 218).
See #1139, 1156.
Rev. R. B., Chris. Sci. Mon., Mar. 6, 1948, p. 18; Booklist, XLIV (Apr. 15, 1948), 281; J. Cournos, Commonweal, XLVIII (Apr. 23, 1948), 657-58; C. Crankshaw. National Rev., CXXXI (Sept., 1948), 250-55; P. Dinkins, Cath. World, CLXVII (June, 1948), 279-80; B. Dobree, Spectator, CLXXX (May 14, 1948[)], 592; V. Janes, San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 15, 1948, p. 13; J. Kraft, Nation, CLXVI (Mar. 6, 1948), 282-83; G. McDonald, Library Journal, LXXIII (Feb. 15, 1948), 331; R. McLaughlin, SRL, Mar. 13, 1948, p. 25; F. Mason, Jr., Phila. Inquirer Bk. Rev. Apr. 4, 1948, p. 5; New Yorker, Feb. 14, 1948, pp. 82, 85; P. Quennell, New Statesman and Nation, XXXVI (July 17, 1948), 55; D. Stauffer, N. Y. Times Bk. Rev., Feb. 15, 1948, p. 4 (portr.); TLS, May 15, 1948, p. 274; E. Weeks, Atlantic, CLXXXI (Mar., 1948), 102-04; G. Whicher, N. Y. Herald Trib. Bk. Rev., Feb. 15, 1948, pp. 1, 2; H. Woodbridge, YR, XXXVII (Sum., 1948), 733.

David Cecil. "Thomas Gray at Cambridge." In Life and Letters, LVI (Jan., 1948), 6-15.
(1156  
This represents pp. 134-48 of #1155 (a continuation of #1139).




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Francis Thompson. In Terence L. Connolly, ed. Literary criticisms by Francis Thompson. . . New York: Dutton, 1948.
(1157  
See index. Reprints #257, 500, 548.

A. Dwight Culler. "Edward Bysshe and the poet's handbook." In PMLA, LXIII (1948), 881.
(1158  
Bernard Drew. "The London-assurance — a corporation established by Royal Charter in 1720." In N&Q, Aug. 7, 1948, p. 342.
(1159  
The Corporation's records of business transactions with Philip and Dorothy Gray.

Benj. Willis Fuson. In his Browning and his English predecessors in the dramatic monolog. Iowa City, 1948. (State Univ. of Iowa Humanistic Studies, VIII)
(1160  
The Bard as a forerunner of the dramatic monolog.

*A[llen]. T[racey]. Hazen. In his A bibliography of Horace Walpole. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Cumberlege, Oxford, 1948.
(1161  
Valuable bibliographical information concerning the first ed. of the El. Bentley's Designs (N178), Mason's ed. of the Poems (N13) with facs. of t-p.
Rev. W. Bond, Library Quarterly, XVIII (1948), 293; K. Holzknecht. PBSA, XLII (1948), 339-40; W. Jackson, PQ, XXVIII (1949), 409.

Claude E. Jones. "Poetry and the Critical Review, 1756-1785." In MLQ, IX (1948), 23, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35.
(1162  
Revs. of the Odes (N180) and the Poems (N13).

W[m]. Powell Jones. "The romantic bluestocking, Elizabeth Montagu." In HLQ, XII (1948), 86n, 87.
(1163  
Arthur O. Lovejoy. In his Essays in the history of ideas. Baltimore: John Hopkins Press, 1948.
(1164  
Reprints #913a, 930.

*E. D. Mackerness. "Thomas Gray." In The Contemporary Review, CLXXIV (Sept., 1948), 165-70.
(1165  
Discusses Johnson's criticism of Gray, Gray's melancholy tone and debt to other poets, and the workmanship of the El.

Alan Dugald McKillop. In his English literature from Dryden to Burns. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948.
(1166  
Ernest Campbell Mossner. "Beattie's 'The castle of scepticism': an unpublished allegory against Hume, Voltaire, and Hobbes." In Univ. of Texas Studies in English, XXVII (1948), 111-12, 113.
(1167  
John Cranstoun Nevill. In his Thomas Chatterton. London: Muller, 1948.
(1168  
Gray's and Mason's views on the Rowley poems.

Robt Morell Schmitz. In his Hugh Blair. New York: King's Crown Press, 1948.
(1169  




130

Percy A. Scholes. In his The great Dr. Burney: his life, his travels, his works, his family and his friends. London: Cumberlege, Oxford, 1948, 2v.
(1170  
Burney and Gray's Music.

In Mark Schorer, Josephine Miles, Gordon McKenzie, eds. Criticism: the foundations of modern literary judgment. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1948.
(1171  
Reprints Richards #330; Brooks, #384.

Geo. Sherburn. In his The Restoration and eighteenth century (1660-1789). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948. (Albert C. Baugh, ed., A literary history of England, III)
(1172  
Jas Sutherland. In his A preface to eighteenth century poetry. Oxford: Clarendon, 1948.
(1173  
Gray's letters, poetry, and echoes of Pope and A. Philips in El.

J[as]. A[lex]. K[err]. Thomson. In his The classical background of English literature. London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Macmillan, 1948.
(1174  
Gray's interest in the classics, esp. Pindar. See #1208.

Geoffrey Tillotson. "The manner of proceeding in certain eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century poems." In Proceedings of the British Academy, XXXIV (1948), 144, 155, 156, 163, 164, 165. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry)
(1175  
Rev. E. Morley, YWES, XXX (1949), 185-86.

Chauncey Brewster Tinker. In his Essays in retrospect: collected articles and addresses. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1948, pp. 26, 30, 31.
(1176  
Paul Van Tieghem. In his L'ère romantique. Le romantisme dans la littérature européenne. Paris: Albin Michel, 1948. (L'évolution de l'humanité, synthèse collective, dirigée par Henri Berr, LXXVI)
(1177  
Jacques Voisine. "Corneille et Racine en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle." In RLC, XXII (1948), 168.
(1178  
Gray's admiration for Racine.

In Horace Walpole's correspondence with. . . Thomas Gray. . . #445.
(1179  
1949. Bernard Blackstone. In his English Blake. Cambridge, Eng.: Univ. Press, 1949.
(1180  
C[ecil]. M[aurice]. Bowra. In his The romantic imagination. London: Cumberlege, Oxford; Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1949.
(1181  
Louis I. Bredvold. "The gloom of the Tory satirists." In Pope and his contemporaries: essays presented to George Sherburn, Jas L. Clifford and Louis A. Landa, eds. Oxford:




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Clarendon, 1949, p. 3.
(1182  
Donald M. Foerster. "Thomas Gray." In The age of Johnson: essays presented to Chauncey Brewster Tinker. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Cumberlege, Oxford, 1949, intro. by Wilmarth S. Lewis, pp. 217-26.
(1183  
Discusses Gray's poetry and research.

Jas R[alph]. Foster. In his History of the preromantic novel in England. New York: MLA; London: Oxford, 1949. (MLA Monograph Series, XVII)
(1184-5  
Allen T. Hazen. "New steps in typography." In The age of Johnson. . . #1183, pp. 407-09.
(1186  
The publication of the Odes, 1757, at Strawberry Hill.

Gilbert Highet. In his The classical tradition: Greek and Roman influences on western literature. London: Oxford, 1949.
(1187  
Classical elements in El and odes.

R[obt]. W. Ketton-Cremer. "A portrait of Gray." In TLS, Oct. 28, 1949, p. 697.
(1188  
Believes the portr. usually ascribed to Richardson was by Arthur Pond.

Margaret Ruth Lowery. "Blake and the Flaxmans." In The age of Johnson. . . #1183, pp. 282, 284, 287-89.
(1189  
Roger P. McCutcheon. "Thomas Gray." In his Eighteenth-century English literature. New York: Oxford, 1949, pp. 105-14. See index also. (Home Univ. Libr. of Mod. Knowl. CCXII)
(1190  
Rev. TLS, Dec. 1, 1950, p. 774.

Jas M. Osborn. "The first history of English poetry." In Pope and his contemporaries. . . #1182, pp. 234, 235-36, 239.
(1191  
Gray's plan for a history.

Agnes Marie Sibley. In her Alexander Pope's prestige in America, 1725-1835. New York: King's Crown Press, Columbia, 1949.
(1192  
Comment on the Gardiner and Buckminster articles, #593.

René Wellek. "The concept of 'Romanticism' in literary history." In CL, I (1949), 20, 22, 165.
(1193  
René Wellek and Austin Warren. In their Theory of literature. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1949.
(1194  
1950. Jas Boswell. In his London Journal. . . #99.
(1195  
Comments on Gray's poetry by Boswell, Johnson, Goldsmith, and Macpherson.

*John Butt. In his The Augustan age. London: Hutchinson, 1950. (Hutchinson's University Library, XLIII)
(1196  
A good discussion of Gray's style.
Rev. G. Bruun, SRL, June 30, 1951, p. 31.

Raymond Havens. "Discontinuity in literary development:




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the case of English romanticism." In SP, XLVII (1950), 103, 104, 108.
(1197  
W. H. Howse. "Literary tastes in 1797." In N&Q, Dec. 9, 1950, p. 538.
(1197a  
Wm R. Keast. "Johnson's criticism of the metaphysical poets." In ELH, XVII (1950), 59, 60.
(1198  
Saml Kliger. "The neo-classical view of Old English poetry." In JEGP, XLIX (1950), 516, 522.
(1198a  
Jas Nankivell. "Extracts from the destroyed letters of Richard Hurd to William Mason." In MLR, XLV (Apr., 1950), 153, 156.
(1199  
Hurd's comments on the Odes.

Stuart Piggott. In his William Stukeley. Oxford: Clarendon; London: Cumberlege, 1950.
(1199a  
Rev. TLS, July 7, 1950, p. 418.

Henri Roddier. In his J.-J. Rousseau en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle. L'oeuvre et l'homme. Paris: Boivin, [1950]. (Etudes de littérature étrangère et comparée)
(1199b  
Rev. TLS, Mar. 31, 1950, p. 198.

Robt Sencourt. "Wordsworth." In TLS, Apr. 28, 1950, p. 261.
(1200  
Herbert W. Starr. "John Gardiner's imitations of Gray's odes." In N&Q, Nov. 25, 1950, pp. 520-21; Dec. 9, p. 541; Jan. 6, 1951, pp. 12-14.
(1201  
Reprints #106, 518, 519.

Austin Wright. In his Joseph Spence: a critical biography. Chicago: Univ. Press, 1950.
(1201a  
Gray's criticism of Polymetis.

1951. *J[ohn]. W[m]. H. Atkins. In his English literary criticism: 17th and 18th centuries. London: Methuen, 1951.
(1202  
A summary and discussion of Gray's criticism and of Johnson's comments on Gray.
Rev. TLS, Nov. 9, 1951, p. 710.

*Philip Gaskell. In his The first editions of William Mason. Cambridge: Bowes and Bowes, 1951. (Cambridge Bibliographical Society, Monograph No. 1)
(1203  
Many useful references to Gray and quotations from his comments on Mason. Description of #20.

Douglas Grant. In his James Thomson, poet of 'The Seasons'. London: Cresset, 1951.
(1204  
Jas Gray. "Beattie and the Johnson circle." In Queen's Quarterly, LVIII (Winter, 1951-52), 519-20, 530.
(1204a  
Beattie's opinion of Gray.

Wilmarth Lewis. In his Collector's progress. New York:




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Knopf, 1951.
(1205  
Reprints #1114, 1115, 1146 with new material.
Rev. J. Brown, SRL, Sept. 22, 1951, p. 27; TLS, May 9, 1952, p. 320.

W[ilbert]. L[orne]. MacDonald. In his Pope and his critics: a study in eighteenth century personalities. London: Dent, 1951.
(1205a  
Gray's comments on Pope and Wakefield's opinion of Gray's poetry.

Tho. Percy. In The Percy letters, David Nichol Smith and Cleanth Brooks, eds. Vol. III: The correspondence of Thomas Percy & Thomas Warton, M. G. Robinson and Leah Dennis, eds. [Baton Rouge:] La. State Press, 1951.
(1206  
Odell Shepard and Willard Shepard. In their Jenkins' ear: a narrative attributed to Horace Walpole, Esq. New York: Macmillan, 1951, pp. 16, 62, 381.
(1207  
*J[as]. A[lex]. K. Thomson. In his Classical influences on English poetry. London: Allen and Unwin, 1951.
(1208  
A 'sequel' to #1174.
PP and the Bard are 'on the whole the most successful attempts in the language to reproduce the Pindaric ode.' Discusses the debt of the El to Roman elegy.

Geoffrey Tillotson. In his Criticism and the nineteenth century. London: Athlone Press, 1951.
(1208a  
Reprints the Newman essay (see #110a) and #1121.

"Notes on sales." In TLS, June 29, 1951, p. 412.
(1209  
A copy of the Bodoni Poems, 1793, (N78) sold for £62.

"Old papers." In TLS, Nov. 2, 1951, p. 693.
(1210  
Sale of Gray MSS. at Sotheby's.

Hor. Waipole. In his Letters. Selected by W. S. Lewis. Intro. by R. W. Ketton-Cremer. London: Folio Society, 1951.
(1211  
Rev. B. Redman, SRL, Aug. 25, 1951, p. 27.

Hor. Walpole. In The Yale edition of Horace Walpole's correspondence. XV: . . .with Sir David Dalrymple et al. Edited by W. S. Lewis, Chas H. Bennett, and Andrew G. Hoover. XVI: . . .with Chatterton et al. Edited by W. S. Lewis, A. Dayle Wallace, and Ralph M. Williams. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1951.
(1211a  




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APPENDIX

UNDATED EDITIONS

Elegy / written in / a country church-yard. / [circular design containing a picture of Stoke Poges Church] / Boston: / Published by Moses A. Dow, / Waverley Magazine Office. / New York: Dexter & Brother.
CbC   (1212-N608? 617?  
3 blank leaves; t-p with ornamental border around margins; verso of t-p, Stereotyped by / Hobart & Robbins, / New England Type and Stereotype Foundery. / Printed by Geo. C. Rand, Cornhill.; next p., To the / Memory / of / Daniel Webster / this edition of / his favorite poem / is / respectfully inscribed.; p. with ornamented border [which is carried throughout book]; pp. [1]-4, anonymous 'Daniel Webster'; pp. [v]-xii, anonymous Preface; next p., unnumbered, starts text, one stanza to a leaf, and an illus. to each stanza; next p., The Great Are Falling From Us, a Fragment: / From an unpublished poem / By George S. Burleigh. [total 3 pp.]; then an advertisement for Waverley Magazine; 3 blank leaves.
(Description furnished by Jas Humphry, III, CbC)
A similar ed. is owned by LCp. The t-p reads: . . .New York: / Published by Leavitt & Allen, / 379 Broadway. Verso of t-p: John F. Trow, / Book & Job / Printer, Stereotyper, Electrotyper / 377 & 379 Broadway, New York. Immediately after the text of the El appears 'Additional stanzas by James D. Knowles (#219b). 'The Great Are Falling From Us' is here attributed to T. Buchanan Read.

Elegy written in a country churchyard. By Thomas Gray. Privately printed.
(1213  
N. p., n. d. 16mo, printed within red ruled borders. 4 blank pp.; half-title; t-p with black and white reproduction of The Tree of Knowledge signed 'C. H. B.'; 9 unnumbered pp. of text with first 29 stanzas numbered in roman and 3 stanzas of Epitaph numbered in roman; 6 blank pp. Printed wrappers.
(Description furnished by H. Cohen, Chiswick Bk. Shop, N. Y.)

Johannes Tobler (Pastor at Ermatingen, 1754-68) is said by Price (#4, p. 160) to have made a poetic transl. into German of Adv. I can find no record of its publication.
(1214  




135

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. A number prefixed by N and enclosed in parentheses indicates an entry in Professor Northup's Addenda (pp. [255]-256), which is not included in his index.

A., C., 420
Abbatt, Wm., 207, 374
Abercrombie, Lascelles, 791
Abrams, Meyer H., 503
Abramson, Ben, 361, 980
Academy, The, 257
Adams, Frank, 159
Adams, Franklin P., 160
Adams, J. Donald, 412 l
Ad C. Favonium Aristium, 70, 74a, 76-78a
Ad C. Favonium Zephyrinum, 70, 74a, 76, 79-80a
Addison, Agnes, 1016
Addison, Joseph, 143b, 789, 975
Additional Stanzas, 219b, 1212
Additional Stanzas for the Elegy, 206, 581
Adelaide University Magazine, 226
Agrippina, 25a, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 80b, 670, 715
Aikin, John, 574
Ainsworth, Edw. G., Jr., 994, 1089
Aitken, Robt, 141, 283, 834
Akenside, Mark, 137, 824
Alcaic Fragment, 25a, 69, 70, 76, 81-82a, 1047
Alcaic Ode, 69, 70, 74a, 76, 82b-92b, 581, 764, 1047, 1070
Aleardi, 950
Alfieri, Vittorio, 97e
Algarotti, Count Francesco, 431, 1148
Alhambra, La, 197
Allen, B. Sprague, 995
Allen, Grant, 112
Allen, Paul, 110, 594
Allen, Robt J., 1065
Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung, 145b
Allhusen, Dorothy, 334
Alliance of Education and Government, The, 25a, 51, 60, 64, 67, 68, 71, 76, 93-96, 574, 581
Alonso, José V., 198
Altick, Rich. D., 1066
Amadis de Gaul. See Notes on Amadis de Gaul.
Amatory Lines, 31, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 96a, 97, 833
American Gentleman, An, 88
Ampère, J. J., 111
Anderson, David, 157, 320a
Anderson, G. F. Reynolds, 619
Anderson, Melville B., 473
Anderson, Robt, 204, 204b, 581
Anna, 209
Annual Register, The, 554
Anthoensen, Fred, 158a
Antrobus, Robt, 413, 431
App, Austin J., 1151
Araujo de Azevedo (Acebedo), Antonio de, 187a
Archbold, W. A. S., 353
Archer, Gleason L., Jr., 1134
Argaez, Daniel Arias, 203
Aristotle, 876, 956
Arms, Geo. W., 17a
Armstrong, Martin, 479
Arnold, Matthew, 956, 1018, 1048, 1091, 1120, 1121, 1165, 1197, 1208a
Arnold, Wm. H. & Gertrude W., 737
Aronstein, Phil., 745
Art Journal, The (London). 149
Article on Tombs, 129a
Ashburnham, Wm, 874
Ashby, J. T., 44
Ashley Library, 5, 728
Ashmore, E. C., 406a
Ashton, Tho., (N1248), 436, 445, 683, 1179
Askew, H., 331, 744
Athenaeum, The (London), (N1248), 3, 51, 595
Atkins, John W., 1202
Aubin, Robt A., 535, 981
Audley, John, 431
Audra, Emile, 886
Augustan Reprint Society, The, 168a
Austen, Jane, 397
Ayliffe, H. J., 761

B., A., 517, 575
B., A. A., 267
B., C. C., 281
B., C. H., 1213
B., C. W., 501
B., D. G., 391
B., E., 440
B., E. C., 824
B., E. G., 20, 854
B., F., 912
B., R., 1155
Babbitt, Irving, 681
Babcock, R. W., 844
Babler, Otto F., 331
Bacon, Leonard, 445
Bagehot, Walter, 1091
Bailey, John, 274, 724
Baker, Carlos, 380, 1109




136

Baldensperger, Fernand, 546, 632
Balderston, Katherine C., 183. 1086a
Baldi, Sergio, 411b, 1135
Baltimore & Ohio Magazine, 482
Bamberger, Bernhard, 121
Bard, The, (N288a, N427), 22-26, 28, 36, 42, 46, 50-53, 55, 58, 60-62, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 75, 76, 76a, 97b-125, 368a, 564, 565, 574, 590, 592, 593, 601a, 614, 618, 662, 685, 708, 709, 721, 735, 746, 749, 765, 822, 827, 848, 874, 913, 918, 924, 933, 938, 941, 950, 955, 1007, 1027, 1031, 1036, 1071, 1073, 1126, 1130, 1160, 1180, 1208
Bardi, Pietro, 261
Baretti, Giuseppe, 634a
Barfield, Owen, 822
Baring, Maurice, 154
Barnett, A. T., 302
Barstow, Marjorie L., 660
Barton, Margaret, 1152
Bartram, John, 1052
Bartram, Wm, 1052
Bates, Ernest, 845
Bateson, Fredk W., 16, 412, 939
Battle of Hastings, The, 418
Baudelaire, Pierre C., 235, 370, 1118
Baugh, Albert C., 1172
Baum, Paull F., 852
Baylis, Ebenezer, 162
Beattie, Jas, 22, 576, 588, 1119, 1133, 1153, 1167, 1204a
Beatty, J. M., 725, 1119
Beaty, John O., 36
Beckford, Wm, of Jamaica, 213
Bedingfield, Edw., 431, 448, 841
Bedingfield, Robt, 841
Beech, Mary L., 321
Beeching, Hen. C., (N1993g)
Beers, Hen. A., 455
Beljame, Alexandre, 21a
Bell, Chas F., 1107
Belsham, Wm, 561
Bennett, Chas H., 445, 1211a
Bennett, J. A. W., 1033
Bennett, Joan, 1087
Bensly, Edw., 281, 282, 332, 419, 468, 668, 744, 880
Benson, Arthur C., 615, 617, 655
Bentley, Rich. (1708-1782. See also Stanzas to Mr. Richard Bentley.), 7, 704, 859, 895, 945, 987, 1100, 1113, 1118, 1146, 1161, 1205
Bentley, Rich. (1929), 328
Berchère, Pierre Guedon de, 172
Berchet, Giovanni, 97e
Berdmore, Saml, 1091
Beresford, John, 440, 755, 778, 779
Bergen, Hen., 161
Berger, Pierre, 75, 97b, 178, 417, 424, 493, 516, 526
Bernbaum, Ernest, 23, 53, 866
Berryman, John, 404
Beseduiushchii grazhdanin, 189
Bewick, Tho., 71
Bibliographical Notes & Queries, 983
Bibliography, 129a
Bibliophile Society, The, 152a
Bidwell, Alice T., 738
Bigelow, Jacob, 596
Binyon, Laurence, 670, 711, 867
Birch, Charlotte M. See Salwey.
Birkhead, Edith, 115
Birrell, Augustine, 316
Bishop, David, 661
Bissell, Benj., 762
Bithell, Jethro, 236
Bitter, August, 923
Black, A. Bruce, 307a
Blacklock, Tho., 137
Blackmur, R. P., 404
Blackstone, Bernard, 1180
Blackwell, Basil, 187
Blair, Hugh, 559, 1169
Blair, Robt, 141, 142, 142b, 143b, 283
Blake, Wm, 61a, 681a, 689, 712, 727, 764a, 830, 879, 1025, 1053, 1056, 1141, 1180, 1189
Blakiston, J. M. G., 1136
Blanchard, Fredk, 780
Bland, D. S., 1154
Bland, John P., 153
Blickensderfer, Joseph P., 61
Block, Andrew, 908
Blunden, Edmund, 431, 846, 1005, 1108
Boege, Fred W., 1137
Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas, 763
Bölsing, Gottfried, 235a
Bond, Donald F., 19. 1079
Bond, J. W. G., 287
Bond, Richmond P., 476, 909, 1089
Bond, Wm H., 1161
Bondelmonti (Buondelmonte), Giuseppe Maria, 25a
Bonstetten, Chas Victor de, 431, 695, 697, 864, 1118, 1155
Book Auction Records, 940
Book Review Digest, The, 739, 1061
Booklist, The, 1155
Bookman, The, 739
Bookwright, 167
Booth, Edw. T., 1123
Bosker, Aisso, 868
Boston Transcript, The, 912
Boswell, Jas, 99, 238, 822a, 889, 1008, 1195
Botting, Roland B., 524
Bowra, Cecil M., 1181
Bowyer, John W., 36
Box, E. G., 471
Boyd, Jas, 344
Bracher, Fredk, 403
Brade-Birks, S. Graham, 397
Bradford, Curtis B., 1080
Bradford, Gamaliel, 739
Bradner, Leicester, 69, 74a, 78, 80, 90, 1047




137

Bradshaw, John, 33, 1024
Bragg, Marion K., 118
Brandenburg, Alice S., 1138
Brandl, Alois L., 431, 611, 966
Bredsdorff, Morten, 847
Bredvold, Louis I., 26, 441, 716, 1182
Brewster, David, 601
Briggs, E. R., 373
Brinton, Crane, 781
Brinton, Percival R., 166, 187
British Critic, The, (N1499b)
Britwell handlist. . ., The, 10
Broadbent, Hen., 127, 294
Broadus, Edmund K., 703
Brodribb, C. W., 485, 525
Bronson, Bertrand H., 537
Brooke, Stopford A., 691
Brooke, Tucker, 1172
Brooks, [Chas Wm] Shirley, 221
Brooks, Cleanth, 384, 404, 407, 412, 1124, 1171, 1206
Broughton, Leslie N., 609, 996
Brower, Reuben A., 539
Brown, E. K., 1048
Brown, H. H., 345
Brown, John (1715-1766), 431, 904
Brown, John Epes, 782
Brown, John M., 1205
Brown, Ralph S., 1078
Brown, Stuart G., 1080
Brown, Wallace C., 408, 1099
Browning, Robt, 1160
Bruun, Geoffrey, 1196
Bryan, J. Ingram, 910
Bryant, Donald Cross, 1034
Bryant, Jacob, 1188
Brydges. Sir Saml E., 1049
B.-S., H. F. B., 431
Buchanan, Milton A., 3, 198, 203, 272
Buck, Philo M., 869
Buckminster, Joseph S., 593, 1192
Bull, Francis, 236
Bull, Johan, 225
Bull, N., 216
Buondelmonte. See Bondelmonti.
Burchhardt, Carl J. B., 236, 692
Burdett, Osbert, 298
Burke, Edmund, 1034
Burke, Kenneth, 381
Burleigh, Geo. S., 1212
Burney, Chas, 1170
Burns, Robt, 239, 1166
Burts Home Library, 33
Busetto, Matale, 950
Bush, Douglas, 911, 955, 997. 1061
Butler, J., (of Andover), 717, 1111
Butler, Bishop Joseph, 134
Butler, Saml, 564, 565
Butt, John, 392, 405, 431, 1051, 1196
Buxton, Chas P., 848
Byron, Geo. Gordon, Lord, 270, 391
Bysshe, Edw., 1158
Cabanis, Pierre J., 173
Cairns, Huntington, 29
Callander, John, 558
Calverley, Chas S., 497
Calverton, Victor F., 783
Cambri, 125a
Cambridge, Rich. O., 1066
Cambridge University, 644
Cambridge University Press, 47
Cameron, John H., 186
Cameron, W. B., 157
Camino, Manuel Norberto Pérez del. See Pérez del Camino.
Campbell, Archibald, 553, 757
Campbell, Kathleen W., 57, 61a
Campbell, Tho., 22, 943, 1091
Campion, Eleanor E., 19
Canadelli, Carlo, 235b
Candidate, The, 5, 51, 67, 68, 71, 76, 125b-129, 253, 294, 704
Cañete, Manuel, 200
Caradoc, 23, 24, 50, 51, 67, 68
Cardano, Gerolamo, 634
Carey's Unitea States Recorder, 506a
Carlson, C. L., 993
Carlton, Wm N., 303
Caro, Miguel A., 201, 276
Caro, Victor E., 203
Carter, Elizabeth, 592
Carter, John, 983, 1017
Catullus, 339
Castleman, Josiah H., 48a
Caxton, Wm, 10
Cazamian, Louis F., 75, 179, 180, 694, 748, 948
Cecil, Lord David, 961, 1109, 1139, 1155, 1156
Celadon, 491
Cellier, Alfred, 360
Cesarotti, Melchiorre, 182a
Cestre, Chas, 630
Chalmers, A., 204b
Chambers, R. W., 1067
Chambers, Ltd., W. & B., 113
Chaplin, Ruth, 158a
Chapman, John A., 325
Chapman, R. W., 362, 849, 924
Charteris, Evan, 887
Chase, Isabel W. U., 1090
Chateaubriand, François de, 312, 605
Chatterton, Tho., 808, 870, 901, 1045, 1096, 1168, 1211a
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 73, 719, 1053, 1091
Chesterfield, Earl of. See Stanhope, Philip.
Chesterton, Gilbert F., 224, 349
Chew, Saml C., 371a, 382, 431, 1012, 1055, 1172
Children's Miscellany, The, 143d
Christiani, Sigyn, 889, 1155
Chronological List of Painters, A, 1021
Chronological Tables of Greek History, 1014
Chtenie dlia vkusa. . ., 425
Chubb, Edwin W., 260
Churchill, Chas (See also Notes on




138

Churchill.), 5, 1099
Churchill, R. C., 1018
Cippico, Antonio, 295
Clarendon Press, 50, 156, 158, 431, 437a, 492
Clark, Alex. F., 763
Clark, Dora Mae, 445
Clark, Harry H., 298, 764
Clark, Kenneth, 823
Clark, R. & R., 59
Clark, Wm A., 155, 513
Clarke, Martin L., 1110
Clement, Nemours H., 1036
Clerke, John, 467
Clifford, Jas L., 411, 1182, 1191
Climenson, Emily J., 631
Cline, Tho. L., 460
Clough, Ben C., 277
Clutton-Brock, A., 712
Coblentz, Stanton A., 739
Coffin, Robt P. T., 167, 385
Cogan, Clare I., 713
Colby, Elbridge, 288
Cole, Wm, 205, 413, 447, 578, 585, 814, 890, 903, 954, 964, 1012
Coleman, Everard H., 254
Coleridge, Ernest Hartley, 618
Coleridge, Saml T., 22, 537, 601a, 611, 618, 967, 986, 1041, 1091, 1143
Coleridge, Sara, 609, 996
Collier, Tho., 144a
Collins, Arthur S., 796a
Collins, Howard, 223
Collins, Laurence C. & John C., 642
Collins, Wm, 25b, 34, 35, 51, 67, 143b, 242, 601a, 609a, 626, 691, 699, 752, 786, 827, 828, 848, 885, 892, 905, 990, 994, 1015, 1030, 1050, 1085, 1088, 1091, 1129, 1136, 1145, 1200
Collison-Morley, Lacy, 634a
Colman, Geo., 551, 1093
Colmena, La, 199
Colvin, Ruth K., 1080a
Combe, Tho. G. S., 494
Comic Lines, 51
Commonplace Books, 129a, 897
Comus, 392
Conan, 23, 24, 50, 51, 67, 68
Connell, Francis M., 647
Connolly, Terence L., 257, 500, 548, 1157
Contemporary Review, The, 51, 440
Cooke, Wm, 267, 1110
Cookery Notes, 130, 130a, 1021
Cookson, Geo., 979
Cooper, John G., 204
Cooper, Lane, 956
Cordasco, Francesco, 219a
Corneille, 1178
Cornell Studies in English, 3
Correspondent, A, 143
Coult, Margaret, 438
Couper, Josephine S. (Mrs.), 152, 329a
Couplet about Birds, 51, 67, 68, 131
Cournos, John, 1091, 1155
Courtney, Wm P., 650
Cowie, Alex., 982, 1019
Cowley, Abraham, 731, 813
Cowper, Wm, 22, 143d, 934, 943, 974, 1022, 1091, 1123
Cox, E. C., 457
Cox, R. G., 1087
Crabbe, Geo., 918
Cradock, Joseph, 946
Craigie, Sir Wm, 925
Crane, Ronald S., 3, 9, 64, 289, 825, 852, 948, 1003
Crankshaw, Clare C., 1155
Craven, Tho., 712
Crawford, P. V., 742
Crawford, F. Marion, 634a
Crawford, Nelson A., 298
Crébillon fils, 780
Crewe, Lord, 658
Crick, Walter, 353
Criterion, 823
Critical Review, The, 20, 557
Croce, Benedetto, 787a
Crofts, John E., 22, 1050
Crouch, Chas. H., 797
Crowley, Paul, 825
Crum, Ralph B., 891
Cueto, Leopoldo A. de, 198
Culler, A. Dwight, 1158
Cumberland, Rich., 100
Cunliffe, John W., 46
Cunningham, Cornelius C., 1068
Current History, 482

D., 595
D., T. F., 322
Daehler, A. H., 363
Daghlian, Philip B., 445
Dalrymple, David, 1211a
Daniel, Peter, 219a
Dante, 50, 76, 116, 131a, 622, 706, 947, 956
Darcy, Robt, Fourth Earl of Holdernesse, 463a
Darton, F. J. Harvey, 7
Das, Praphulla K., 823a
Davi[e]s, David, 267
Davies, Hugh S., 1091
Davies, W. Morriston, (N1993d)
Davis, Herbert. 1078
Davis, John, 215, 747
Davis, Rose Mary, 119
Dawson, Geoffrey, 153
Day, Tho., 143d
Day-Lewis, Cecil [Lewis, Cecil Day], 504
Dean of Norwich, 662
Deane, Cecil V., 957
Death of Hoel, The, 23, 24, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 134a
Deckner, E., 993
Deffand, Madame du, 1044
deFord, Miriam, 386




139

DeHaas, Cornelis E., 824
Delamare, Marcel, 892
de la Mare, Walter, 958
Delano, Wm A., 483
Del Re, Arundell, 695
De Maar, Harko G., 740
Denham, Sir John, 535
Denman, Geo., 181, 267
Dennie, Joseph, 651
Dennis, John, 480a-b, 975
Dennis, Leah A., 851, 1206
Dent, 160
Denton, Geo. B., 682
De Principiis Cogitandi, 25a, 76, 132-134
De Ricci, Seymour, 704
Descent of Odin, The, 22-24, 25b, 26, 36, 50, 51, 60, 61, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 76, 76a, 134b, 685, 756, 799, 845, 1007, 1068, 1142
Dexter & Brother, 1212
Dickson, Arthur, 539a
Digeon, A., 823, 824
Dinkins, Paul, 1155
Disraeli, Isaac, 608
Dixon, W. Macneile, 870
Dobrée, Bonamy, 786a, 1051, 1155
Dobson, Austin, 798
Dobson, Tho., 142a
Dodd, G., 604
Dodd, Dr. Wm, 143a, 927
Dodds, Mrs. E. R., 787a
Dodsley, J., 140
Dodsley, Robt, 51, 637, 705, 857, 924, 983, 1017, 1028, 1199
Donadoni, Eugenio, 634b
Donaldson, A., 138, 139
Doré, Paul G., 252
Dottin, Paul, 338, 852
Doughty, Oswald, 714, 741, 786a
Dow, Moses A., 1212
Downey, June E., 326
Drake. See Millington-Drake.
Draper, John W., 705, 742, 786a, 852, 998
Drew, Bernard, 1159
Drew, D. L., 308
Drinkwater, John, 663
Dryden, John, 61a, 143d, 249, 564, 621, 622, 701, 856, 857, 1120, 1147, 1166
Duck, Stephen, 119
Duckworth, 961
Dudley, Fred A., 18
Duncombe, John, 614
DuQuesne, Tho. R., 778
D'Urfey, Tom, 1043
Durling, Dwight L., 959
Dutton, E. P., 160
Dwight, Timothy (College Press), 163
Dyer, G., 528
Dyer, John, 137
Dykes, Eva B., 1081
Dyson, H. V., 1051
E., P., 220
Eagle, Solomon (pseud.) See Squire, J. C.
Earnest, Ernest, 393, 1052
Eastlake, Lady, 611
Eastman, Jas A., 1020
Eastwood, Sidney K., 1111
Eaves, T. C. Duncan, 505, 511, 511a
Eccles, Francis Y., 80c, 715
Eckhardt, J. G., 22, 347, 431, 684, 733, 739, 842, 895
Eddy, Pearl Faulkner (Mrs. C. O.), 893
Edinburgh Encyclopaedia, 601
Edinburgh Magazine, The, (N1006)
Edison, Tho. A., 335
Edwards, Howard, 283
Edwards, Tho., 206, 581
Egan, Pierce, 220
Egilsson, Sveinbjörn, 182
Eglington, Guy C., 712
Elegiac Ode on the Death of a Late Unfortunate Monarch, An, 104
Elegiacs, 25a, 76, 134c
Elegy, 208, 214
Elegy in a country churchyard, 224, 231
Elegy in a suburban churchyard, 232
'Elegy' in Modern Dress or Radio Advertising in the Eighteenth Century, 229
Elegy in Westminster Abbey, 211
Elegy, Written During a Burial in a Country Church-Yard, 216
Elegy Written in a Church-Yard in South Wales, 211a
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, An, (N288a, N961a, N1006) 5, 7, 10, 17a, 19b, 21a-29, 36, 39, 41-43, 45-48, 50-56, 58-68, 71, 72, 75, 76, 76a, 134d-412 l, 431, 436, 574, 581, 590-592, 614, 618, 621, 636, 647, 648, 654, 655, 662, 670, 672, 679, 681, 699, 704, 727, 749, 755, 764, 765, 771, 773, 775, 778, 794, 824, 827, 831, 834, 836, 838, 848, 852, 859, 867, 874, 891, 893, 895, 917, 918, 924, 933, 938, 941, 944, 947, 950, 980, 985, 986, 993, 1007, 1031, 1036, 1068, 1073, 1073a, 1077, 1108, 1110, 1116, 1118, 1120, 1123, 1125, 1130, 1131, 1140, 1141a, 1154, 1161, 1165, 1173, 1177, 1187, 1189, 1208, 1212, 1213
Elegy Written in a Country Coal-bin, 223
Elegy Written in Fleet-Street, 212
Elegy Written near a City Freight Yard, 225
Elgar, Edw., 683
Eliot, Tho. S., 1088
Elliott, Lilian, 880




140

Ellis, Frank H., 412d
Ellis, Harold M., 581, 651
Elton, Oliver, 643, 825, 828, 852, 926
Emery, John P., 37, 1125
Empson, Wm, 368a, 381
Engel, Claire-Eliane, 871, 1037
Engel, Eduard, 652
English Castles, 129a
English Churches, 129a
Epitaph, 205
Epitaph on a child, 25a, 50, 51, 67, 68, 71
Epitaph on his Mother, 43, 414, 415, 581
Epitaph on Mrs. Jane Clarke, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71
Epitaph on Mrs. Mason. See Stanza.
Epitaph on Sir William Mlliams, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71
Epitaphs on Robt Antrobus and Jonathan Rogers, 413
Erhardt-Siebold, Erika von, 921
Erskine, John, 521
Erskine, Mrs., 471
Erskine, Tho., 105
Esdaile, Arundell, 1077
Este, 254
Eton College, 60
Etough, Hen. (See also Tophet.), 779
Etude, The, 784
European Magazine and London Review, The, 109, 215, 413, 418, 448, 560
Eustathius, 737
Evans, B. Ifor, 346, 1053
Evans, Chas, 142a, 143c, 259
Evans, Evan, 749, 1036
Evans, Frank B., III, 1092
Evans, Geo. F., 743
Everett, Alex. H., 593
Ewen, Frederic, 14
Examiner, The, 607
Eyre, Mr. (of Worcester), 104

Fairchild, Hoxie N., 826, 894, 1082
Fairfax, J. G., 555
Falconer, J. A., 925
Farewell to Florence, A, 25a, 76, 415a
Farinelli, Arturo, 6, 116
Farley, Frank E., 532
Farmer, Rich., 1124
Fatal Sisters, The, 22-26, 28, 36, 50-54, 60, 61, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 75, 76, 416-420, 574, 685, 756, 764, 799, 831, 845, 1007, 1068, 1142
Faulkner, G., 38
Fausset, Hugh I'Anson, 714, 726
Fehr, Bernhard, 158, 768, 823
Fenn, Harry, 150
Fergusson, Bernard, 509
Fielding, Hen., 780, 1137
Finch, Anne. See Winchelsea, Countess of.
Fischer, Erna, 852
Fisher, F. J., 1051
Fisher, J., 358a, 365
Fisher, Saml H., 144a
Fitzgerald, Edw., 943
Fitzgerald, Margaret M., 1140
Fitzmador, Leoline, 103
Flaccus, pseud. See Levy, Newman.
Flasdieck, H. M., 745, 768
Fletcher, Chas R. L., 684
Fletcher, F. T. H., 96
Flower, Desmond, 165, 443
Foerster, Donald M., 1183
Foladare, Joseph, 1008
Fontanes, Louis de, 605
Forbes-Boyd, Eric, 1055
Ford, J. D. M., 197
Foscolo, Ugo, 97e, 295, 634b, 708, 950
Foster, Birket, 40
Foster, Jas R., 1184
Fothergill, Roy, 853
Foulis, Andrew, 135, 372
Foulis, Robt, 135, 372
Fragment of a Latin Poem on the Gaurus, 25a, 76, 421-421b
Fredonian, The (New Brunswick), 495a
Freneau, Philip, 495a, 506a, 764, 1073a
Frida, Emil B., 169, 331
Friedman, Mariam, 1038
Frye, Northrop, 1141
Fucilla, Joseph G., 183a-c, 235b, 505c, 621a, 950
Fuerst, Norbert, 18
Fukuhara, Rintaro, 11, 161, 854, 1021
Fuller, Ronald, 941
Fuseli, Hen., 32
Fuson, Benj. W., 1160

G., 208
G., J., 249
G., K., 515
G., T. R., 431
G., W. H., 983
Galimberti, Alice, 706
Gallaway, Francis, 1054
Gambler, The, 220
Gardiner, John S., 106, 518, 519, 586, 593, 1192, 1201
Garnett, Rich., 895
Garrick, David, 114, 606, 1032, 1152
Garrod, Heathcote W., 394, 827, 828
Gaselee, Stephen, 388
Gaskell, Philip, 1203
Gathorne-Hardy, G. M., 236
Gayley, Chas M., 696
Genealogy, 129a
General Advertiser, The, 134d
Generic Characters of the Orders of Insects, 422, 817
Gentleman of Sunderland, A, 83, 581
Gentleman's Magazine, The, 103, 133, 148, 210, 216, 219, 249, 446, 531, 993
Geo-metric Verse, Poetry Forms in




141

Mathematics Written Mostly for Fanatics. Circle-Elegee, 233
George, M. Dorothy, 829
Ghosh, P. C., 339
Gibbon, Edw., 789, 1055a
Gibbons, G. S., 744
Gilbert, John, 147
Gill, Fredk C., 999
Gingerich, Solomon F., 855
Glasheen, Francis J., 1069
Glassey, S. C., 1141a
Goad, Caroline, 670a
Goadby, R., 136
Golden Cockerel Press, 168
Goldsmith, Oliver, 22, 34, 35, 99, 143a-b, 145a, 241, 602a, 607, 789, 1010, 1091, 1195
Gómez, Ignacio, 202
Gondoliere, giornale di scienze, lettere, arti, mode, e teatri, Il, 424b
Goodspeed, Chas E., 1000
Goodyear, Anson, C., 314
Gordon, Eric V., 799
Gorman, Herbert S., 691
Gosse, Edmund, 50, 126, 253, 490, 491, 667, 671, 727, 755, 813, 887, 895
Gosset, I. H. H., 881
Goethe, 344, 401
Götz, Johann N., 544
Grafton, A. H. Fitzroy, Duke of, 523
Graham, Al, 229
Grand Magazine of Magazines, 254
Granger's Index to Poetry. . . 1
Grant, Anne M., 591
Grant, Arthur, 648
Grant, Douglas, 1204
Grant, Guglielmo, 183d
Graves, C. L., 304
Graves, Robt, 119a
Gray, Arthur, 644
Gray, Dorothy, 450, 1159
Gray, Jas, 1204a
Gray, Matthew, 797
Gray, Philip, 1159
Gray, Robt, 682
Gray, Tho, (c. 1678), 797
Gray on the Links. . . 498
Gray up to Date, 227
Greatheed, Bertie, 498a
Green, Clarence C., 942
Green, Fredk C., 960
Green, Wm C., 98
Greenlaw, Edwin, 298, 735
Greever, Garland, 739
Gresset, Jean-Baptiste, 853
Grey, Viscount, 307
Grierson, Herbert J. C., 689, 712, 727, 764a, 830, 879
Griffen, M. H., 92, 1070
Griggs, Earl L., 1041
Grigson, Geoffrey, 872
Grøndahl, I., 236
Groom, Bernard, 856, 1001
Guardia nacional, 196
Gudger, E. W., 1100
Guerra, José Fernández, 197, 200, 280
Gunn, Donald, 395
Gutch, John, 1144
Gutiérrez, Carlos, 201
Gwynn, Fredk L., 412e
Gwynn, Stephen L., 626, 912

H., R. V., 539a
Haas. See De Haas.
Haferkorn, Reinhard, 745
Hake, Tho., 628
Hale, Susan, 620
Hall, Eduardo, 201a
Hall, Edw. B., 475
Hall, Guillermo F., 201a
Hallam, Hen., (N427)
Halsband, Robt, 445, 1093
Hamer, Enid, 873
Hamer, S. H., 279, 707
Hamilton, Gavin, 32
Hamilton, Duke of, 689, 712
Hammond, Jas, 39, 358a, 423, 568
Hampden, John, 1054a
Hampson, John, 84
Hand Alley, 431
Hanslopiensis, 210
Hanssen, N., 508
Harder, Johannes H., 927
Harding, W. J., 419
Hardwicke Society, The, 411a
Hardy, Tho., 830
Harper, Geo. McLean, 1041
Harper & Brothers, 167
Harrison, John S., 831, 1071
Harrold, Chas F., 110a, 1061
Hartley, Lodwick C., 1022
Harvard University Press, 1003
Haselden, R. B., 1049
Hatton, Joseph, 249, 608
Haven, Nathaniel A., 551
Havens, Raymond D., 645, 716, 857, 874, 1112, 1197
Hayward, John, 1084
Hazard, Paul, 340, 1127
Hazeltine, Alice I., 672
Hazen, Allen T., 1083, 1113, 1161, 1186
Hazlitt, Wm, 22, 1091, 1200
Hearn, Lafcadio, 521, 875, 943
Heckedorn, Baron, 235b, 305
Heidler, Joseph B., 464
Helicon Series, 59
Heltzel, Virgil B., 444
Henn, Tho. R., 122
Heraldo, El, 200
Herford, Chas H., 685
Herking, Marie-L., 697
Herrick, Marvin T., 876
Herring, Robt, 764a
Hesselgrave, Ruth A., 315
Hewlett, Maurice, 717
Hibernicus, 366, 388, 515
Highet, Gilbert, 1187




142

Hilen, Andrew, 1142
Hill, J. C. H., 227, 498
Hill, John, 237, 289
Hill, Joseph, 22
Hobbes, Tho., 1167
Hodges, H. A., 1051
Hodges, Leigh M., 415
Hoepfner, Theodore C., 408a
Holdernesse, Lord. See Darcy, Robt.
Hollis, Christopher, 832
Holme, Leonard R., 290
Hölty, Heinrich C., 374, 616
Holzknecht, Karl J., 1161
Home, John, 448, 1057, 1152
Homer, 621
Hood, Tho., 496
Hooker, Edw. N., 984
Hoops, Johannes, 56
Hoover, Andrew G., 1211a
Hopkins, Fredk M., 316, 728
Hopkins, Gerard M., 412e
Hoppin, J. M., 248a
Horace, 351, 670a, 1070
Houston, Percy H., 729, 868
How, Wm T., 431
Howard, Leon, 1094
Howe, Earle B., 120
Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe, 106, 110, 245, 518, 519, 593, 635
Hows, John W., 41
Howse, W. H., 1197a
Hubbell, Jay B., 327
Hübener, Gustav, 745
Huchon, R., 760
Hudson, Wm H., 49a
Huffman, Chas H., 698
Hughes, Merritt Y., 852
Hughes, Wm J., 746
Hulme, Wm H., 436
Hume, David, 566, 1057, 1167
Humphreys, Arthur R., 1002, 1039
Hunt, Holman, 147
Hunter, Alfred C., 97a, 204a, 765
Hunter after Genius, A, 240
Hurd, Rich., 921a, 1074, 1199
Husbands, H. Winifred, 852
Huscher, Herbert, 735
Hussey, Christopher, 800
Hussey, Maurice, 505a
Hutchens, John K., 398
Hutchinson, Percy A., 739
Hutchison, P., 1061
Hutton, Clarke, 59
Hutton, Laurence, 610
Hymn to Adversity, 22-26, 28, 36, 39, 41, 48, 50-53, 55, 58, 60-62a, 64, 67, 68, 71, 75, 76, 412b, 423-426, 574, 591, 833, 924, 1141a
Hymn to Ignorance, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 426a, 829
If Gray Had Had to Write his Elegy in the Cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Poges, 222
Illustrated London News, The, 252, 406
Impromptu. . . 1766, . . .Deceased Nobleman, 50, 51, 67, 68, 71, 72, 76, 426b-427
Impromptus, 51, 67, 68
In a Country Church-Yard, 219
In Another Country Churchyard, 230
In Me Ipsum, 215
Inge, Wm R., 711
Inscription for a Wood Adjoining a Park, 25a
Inspector, The, 237
Invitation to Mason, 25a, 67, 68
Ippokrena. . ., 190-192, 426
Irvine, Lyn Ll., 474
Isham, Ralph H., 1008
Iversen, Christian, 170

J., W. H., 328
Jackson, Holbrook, 895a, 1128
Jackson, W. A., 1161
Jacobs, S. A., 160
Jaggard, Wm, 374, 638
Jay, Leonard, 162
Jennings, Mrs. Hen., 814
Jerningham, Edw., 204a
Jerrold, Walter, 496
John's Elegy in a Country Town. . . , (N961a)
Johnck & Seeger, 157
Johnson, Edgar, 478
Johnson, Francis R., 18
Johnson, Saml, 22, 25b, 34, 35, 110, 241, 439, 503, 529, 557, 558, 564, 634a, 650, 702, 729, 734, 770, 782, 783, 796a, 829, 832, 839, 840, 848, 849, 868, 889, 896, 935, 936, 968, 992, 1079, 1080, 1082, 1102, 1103, 1132, 1146, 1165, 1171, 1176, 1183, 1186, 1189, 1195, 1198, 1202, 1204a
Johnston, Jas C., 801
Johnstone, Paul H., 369
Jones, Claude E., 1162
Jones, Edmund D., 439
Jones, H. W., 412f
Jones, Howard M., 1109
Jones, P. Mansell, 960
Jones, Rich. F., 54
Jones, T. Llechid, 322
Jones, Tho., 106b
Jones, Wm Powell, 37, 410, 412d, 431, 445, 490a, 877, 928, 948, 1003, 1004, 1021, 1023, 1072, 1075, 1163
Journal for 1754, 429, 430
Journal in France, 1739, 24, 732
Journal in the Lakes, 21a, 22, 24, 25b, 28, 73, 428, 614, 725, 732
Junius, Francis, 1033
Jungmann, Joseph, (N737)

K., 247
K., C., 254
Katow, Mauf, 944
Kaufman, Gerald L., 233
Kaufman, J. Paul, 664




143

Kazin, Alfred, 1003
Keast, Wm R., 1198
Keats, John, 917, 955, 1061
Kebbel, T. E., 267
Kellett, Earnest E., 161, 352, 544, 825, 858
Kellogg, Thelma L., 747
Kennedy, Lawton R., 157
Kennedy, Leo., 232
Kennedy, Wilma L., 1143
Kent, Armine, 185
Keogh, Andrew, 372
Ker, Wm P., 766, 833
Kérivalant, Nicholas, 174
Kern, Jerome, 859
Kerr, Albert B., 290
Ketton-Cremer, Robt W., 961, 1055, 1101, 1144, 1188, 1211
Keynes, Geoffrey, 1055a
Killen, Alice M., 653, 760
King, R. W., 767
Kingsmill, Hugh (pseud. of H. K. Lunn), 426b
Kirby, John P., 1008
Kirgate, Tho., 1083
Kirk, Rudolf, 495a
Kirk, W. H., 422, 817
Kitchin, Geo., 896, 917
Kittredge, Geo. L., 668
Kliger, Saml, 1198a
Knight, Chas, 604, 606
Knight, G. Wilson, 1073
Knight, Lady Phillipina, 1097
Knight, Rich. P., (N427)
Knowles, Jas D., 219b, 1212
Knox, Edmund V., 221, 497
Knox, Vicesimus, 432, 787, 1108
Kozlovskii, K. Peter, 190
Kraft, Joseph, 1155
Krehbiel, H. E., 784
Kroker, Johannes, 929
Kronenberger, Louis, 431, 1084
Krutch, Joseph W., 1102
Kuntz, Joseph M., 17a
Kurtz, Benj. P., 696

L., G. G., 481, 515, 1024
Lady's Magazine; or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated Solely to their Use and Amusement (London), The, 143, 209
Lam, Geo. L., 445
Lamartine, Alphonse L., 234, 292
Lamartine, Valentine de, 234, 265, 727
Lamb, Chas, 1027
Lamb, Geoffrey F., 492a
Lambert, Rich. S., 1005
Lamont, Corliss, 66a
Landa, Louis A., 411, 1182, 1191
Landor, Walter S., 257, 607, 777a, 1157
Lane, John, 59
Lange, Victor, 962
Langhorne, John, 379, 1116
Langland, John, 1067
Lankes, J. J., 167
Lanson, Gustave, 265
Lathrop, Geo. P., 46
Lauritis, J. A., 386
Leacock, Stephen, 225
Leary, Lewis, 495a, 506a, 1073a
Leavis, F. R., 985, 986, 1103
Leavitt & Allen, 1212
Legouis, Emile, 21a, 628a, 748, 897
Legouvé, Gabriel, 195, 256
Leidig, Paul, 1073b
Leisering, Walter, 963
Lemonnier, Léon, 1095, 1145
Leonard, Robt M., 49, 496
Leopardi, Leopardo, 950
LeRoy, Gaylord, 1109
Letters, 21a-29, 36, 72a, 73, 74, 114, 428, 431-480, 623, 656, 662, 687, 800, 824, 831, 840, 856, 859, 887, 922, 934, 955, 1000, 1006, 1012, 1078a, 1087, 1091, 1101, 1108, 1116, 1148, 1173
Letts, Louis R., (N1993e)
Letts, Malcolm, 1005
Levin, Harry, 110a
Levy, Newman (pseud. Flaccus), 291
Lewis, Cecil Day. See Day-Lewis, Cecil.
Lewis, Sounders, 749
Lewis, Wilmarth S., 445, 945, 964, 987, 1012, 1044, 1078, 1114, 1115, 1146, 1183, 1205, 1211, 1211a
Libanti, Paolo, 183b
Library, The, 552
Lieser, Paul, 913
Light Gray, 228
Limited Editions Club, 164
Lines on Dr. Robt Smith. See What's the Reason Old Fobus. . .
Lines Spoken by the Ghost of John Dennis at the Devil Tavern, 25a, 51, 67, 68, 71, 76, 480a-b, 671
Lines Written at Burnham, 25a, 68
Lines Written, at the Request of a Lady, on the Death of a Favourite Dog, 507
Lines Written in a Cloistered Rubbish-Yard, 226
Linnaeus, 598
Lippincott, J. B., & Co., 151
Literary Magazine and American Register, The, (Phila.), 587
Literary Magazine, or Universal Review, The, 37
Literary Miscellany, The, 143c
Little, Tho. See Moore, Tho.
Litzenberg, Karl, 1142
Living Age, The, 665
Lloyd, Oscar, 228
Lloyd, Robt, 551, 1093
Loane, Geo. G., 267, 375
Locke, John, 134, 989, 1194
Locker, Fredk, 155
Lockitt, Chas. H., 278




144

Lodinus, 507
London Chronicle, The, 205
London Daily Advertiser, The, 237
Long Story, A, 25a, 25b, 42, 49-51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 480c, 712, 998, 1014
Longaker, John M., 896
Longfellow, Hen. W., 42, 396, 612, 1142
Longinus, 122
Lorrain, Claude, 768
Lovejoy, Arthur O., 913a, 930, 1164
Lowery, Margaret R., 1056, 1189
Lowes, John L., 686, 802
Lowther, Katharine, 263
Lucas, Edw. V., 435
Lucas, F. L., 714, 741, 754, 988
Lucian, 1038
Lucretius, 286, 308, 621, 1030
Luna Habitabilis, 76, 481-486
Lund, C. A., 170, 182
Lunn, H. K. See Kingsmill, Hugh.
Lupton, E. Basil, 281
L'v. . . ., P. . . ., 426
Lycidas, 214
Lycidas, 289
Lydgate, John, 72a, 1010
Lynch, Wm S., 536
Lynd, Robt, 699
Lyttelton, Geo. Lyttelton, First Lord, 137, 757, 758

M., 425
M., F. C., 765
M., T. L., 562
M., T. O., 515
Maar. See De Maar.
Mabie, Hamilton W., 33
McCain, John W., 374
McCallum, Jas D., 61
Macaulay, Rose, 450
MacClintock, Wm D., 931
McCord, David, 222, 224
McCormick-Goodhart, L., 386
McCue, Geo. S., 946
McCutcheon, Roger P., 1190
McDonald, Gerald, 1155
MacDonald, Hugh, 1116
MacDonald, Wilbert L., 1205a
McDonough, P. H., 1055
MacDouall, Roberto, 203
McFee, Wm, 72
MacGeorge, Bernard B., 322
McGovern, J. B. (N1993b), 282, 328, 668
Macgregor, D. C., 68
McGuire, Lorna F., 1025
MacKail, John W., 786
MacKall, Leonard L., 158
Mackenzie, Hen., 803
Mackerness, E. D., 1165
McKerrow, R. B., 158
McKillop, Alan D., 26, 123, 742, 1166
McLaughlin, Rich., 1155
MacLean, Kenneth, 412a, 989
McLennan, Mary L., 309
Macmillan, Geo. A., 267
Macpherson, Jas (See also Ossian.), 431, 629, 1195
Macurdy, Grace H., 636
Magazine of Magazines, The, 254, 333, 367
Maginn, Wm, (N1006)
Magno, Celio, 590
Magnus, Laurie, 804
Magnus, Philip, 1055
Maier, Norman R. F., 350
Mallet, David, 143b, 823a, 824
Malone, Kemp, 1172
Manacorda, Giuseppe, 708
Manacorda, Guido, 183e
Manwaring, Elizabeth W., 768
Manzoni, Alessandro, 950
Mapletoft, Francis, 431, 842, 895
Marcus, 205
Marginalia, 486a, 487
Marik, J., 774
Marivaux, Pierre de, 780
Marriott, Chas, 991
Marsh, Mr. (of the Temple), 87
Marshall, Roderick, 947
Martin, L. C., 355
Martineau, Harriet, 604
Martineau, Henri, 370
Masefield, John, 72
Mason, Francis, Jr., 1155
Mason, Wm, 20, 25a, 37, 51, 67, 71, 137, 211a, 431, 458, 512, 513, 560, 563, 571, 578, 585, 602, 705, 742, 786a, 821, 835, 842, 843a, 854, 857, 896, 904, 921a, 1027, 1055a, 1076, 1119, 1161, 1168, 1199, 1203
Masters, Mary, 505a
Mathias, Tho. J., 562, 1091
Matthews, Albert, 668
Matthisson, Friedrich, 235a, 305
Maurice, Arthur B., 262
Maxwell, Herbert, 487
Maxwell, J. C., 412f
Maynard, Theodore, 285
Mazza, Angelo, 641, 950
Mazzoni, Marcello, 182a
Mead, Herman R., 219a
Medici Society, 60, 159
Medley, D. J., 19a
Mégroz, R. L., 130
Mehrota, Kewal K., 949
Meinecke, Friedrich, 965
Meissner, P., 1003
Melville, Lewis, 878
Mendenhall, John C., 27
Menéndez y Pelayo, Marcelino, 198, 201, 251, 255




145

Menzies, Wm, 250
Mercier, L.-S., 323
Metrum (essays on English Metre, Pseudo-rhythmus, Rhyme, John Lydgate. See also Observations on English Metre, Some Remarks on the Poems of John Lydgate.), 72a, 74
Mexican Prophecy, An Ode, The, 101
Micale, Olga, 950
Michéa, R., 371
Mickle, Wm J., 204b
Miles, 113
Miles, Josephine, 1085, 1117, 1129
Millar, Branford, 412b
Millar, John H., 623
Miller, Frances S., 1026
Miller, Lady, 315
Millington-Drake, Sir Eugen, 196
Milton, John, 289, 355, 392, 412d, 564, 565, 577, 716, 856, 938, 1061, 1067, 1188
Minerva. . ., 194
Miralla, José A., 196, 276, 340
Mirror, The, 248
Mitford, John, 21, 413, 434, 458, 815, 841, 920, 1091, 1147
Mnemosyne. A Prize Poem, 221
Moffett, Harold, 48a
Molière, 1059
Moll, Ernest G., 356
Monk, Saml H., 966, 1041
Montagu, Elizabeth, 631, 1163
Montagu, Geo., 1078
Montague, Edwine, 1074
Montesquieu, 96, 1127
Monthly Anthology and Boston Review, The, 106, 110, 242, 244, 245, 514, 518, 519, 520, 541, 586, 590, 593, 594, 596, 635
Monthly Magazine and British Register, The, 21, 30a, 32, 87, 89, 95, 105, 107, 108, 144, 174, 205, 211, 212, 218, 239, 240, 247, 413, 433, 447, 453, 499, 523, 527-530, 562-568, 570, 571, 575-579, 582, 583, 585, 587-589
Monthly Mirror, Reflecting Men and Manners, The (London), 31, 96a, 213, 214
Monthly Review, The, 1091
Monti, Vincenzo, 97e, 106a, 950
Moore, Cecil A., 66, 298, 666, 852
Moore-Smith, G. C., 131, 298, 436, 742, 852, 896
Moore, Tho., 570
More, Paul E., 687
Moreau, Pierre, 914
Morgan, Gwenda, 168
Morley, Christopher, 99, 167, 223, 390, 1195
Morley, Edith J., 67, 158, 298, 431, 439, 712, 735, 742, 752, 824, 827, 828, 897, 921a, 948, 961, 1003, 1027, 1055a, 1075, 1140
Mornet, Daniel, 329, 646
Morris, Dave H., 483
Mossner, Ernest C., 134, 1057, 1167
Müller, Niclas, 396
Muir, E., 431
Mullin, Glen H., 712
Munby, A. N. L., 165
Munro, Hugh A. J., 186, 267
Muoni, Guido, 634
Murphy, Arthur, 37, 184, 1125
Murray, J. (publisher), 705
Murray, Lt. Col. John, 542
Murry, John M., 286, 750
Myers, Robt M., 1147

N., N., 95
Nankivell, Jas, 1199
Nantes, M. de, 175
Nash, John H., 155, 513
Natali, Giulio, 860
Nation, The, (N727a), 3, 34, 35, 149-151, 431, 687, 912
Naturalist's Journal, 445
Necker, Mme, Susanne C. de N., 765
Neff, Emery, 1058
Nethercot, Arthur H., 731, 769, 770
Neville, John C., 1168
New Statesman, The, 809
New Statesman and Nation, The, 912
New York Evening Post, The, 217, 268
New York Herald Tribune, The, 160, 167, 412g
New York Times, The, 279, 290, 306, 310, 317, 318, 334, 335, 341, 376, 387, 400, 482, 491
New York Times Book Review, The, 3, 269, 461, 751
New Yorker, The, 376a, 1155
Newcastle General Magazine, The, 505, 511
Newman, John H., 110a, 1208a
Newman, W. M., 399
Newton, Alfred E., 673, 834
Nicholls, Norton, 431, 463, 597, 792, 815, 820, 1138
Nicolson, Harold, 835
Nicolson, Marjorie, 484, 486
Nitchie, Elizabeth, 377, 688, 836
Norman, Phyllis W., 397
Northup, Clark S., (N1248), 2, 3, 270, 436, 487, 628, 735, 1096
Norton, Chas E., 1000, 1031
Norwich Public Library Readers' Guide, The, (N12c)
Notebooks, 490a
Notes & Queries, 22, 158, 185, 254, 294, 296, 322, 388, 419, 420, 431, 515, 742, 752, 792, 852, 921a, 948, 983
Notes of Travels, 25a
Notes on Amadis de Gaul[a], 488
Notes on Churchill, 5, 490
Notes on his [Gray's] Health, 486a
Notes on Sophocles' Ajax and Electra, 489




146

Nouvelle Héloïse, 1013
Noyes, Chas E., 1089
Observations on English Metre, 72a, 74
Observator, 598
Ode [Imitation of Bard], 103
Ode Attributed to Gray, 491
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Clapham Academy, 496
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College, (N288a, N1334a) 5, 7, 22, 24-28, 36, 42, 45, 46, 48, 50-56, 58-66, 67, 68, 71, 75, 76, 412b, 492-504b, 574, 704, 712, 831, 874, 924, 944, 1073a, 1077, 1083
Ode-'On a distant Prospect' of Making a Fortune, 497
Ode. On a Remote Perspective View of Princeton College. . ., 495a
Ode on Summer, 519, 1201
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, 17a, 22, 25a, 25b, 28, 36, 43, 49-51, 55-62, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 76, 505-511a, 712, 764, 836, 875, 924, 944, 945, 998, 1073a, 1100,
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cockatoo, 509
Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude, 22, 24, 25, 25b, 28, 40, 44, 50-53, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 62a, 64, 67, 68, 71, 76, 512-515, 581, 944, 1112, 1121
Gde on the Spring, 22, 24, 25a, 25b, 28, 36, 40, 44, 46, 50, 51, 55, 56, 60, 62-64, 67, 68, 71, 75, 76, 516-522, 564, 565, 574, 712, 893, 924, 944, 1140
Ode on the Spring, by a Man of Fashion, 517
Ode Performed in the Senate-house at Cambridge, July 1, 1769, 5, 7, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 76, 522a, 523, 524, 592, 601a, 704, 859, 1118, 1147, 1170
Ode to Democracy, 106, 1201
Ode to the Nymph of the Fountain of Tears, 86
Ode to the Sun, 100
Ode to Winter, 518, 1201
Odoherty, Morgan, (N1006)
O'Hagan, Tho., 258
O'Leary, John G., 837
On a Bee Drinking From a Glass of Water, 506a
On a Favourite Cat Slain as a Cure for Face-Ache, 508
On a Honey Bee, Drinking from a Glass of Wine, and Drowned Therein, 506a
Orti, Girolamo, 505c
Osborn, Jas M., 1191
Osborne, Dorothy, 1155
Osborne, Geo. J., 143b
Osgood, Chas G., 1097
Ossian (See also Macpherson, James.), 579, 625, 1010
Ovaa, W. A., 809
Owen, John, 517
Owen, Wm, 136, 367
Oxford Magazine, The, 431
Oxford University Press, 51, 68, 440, 712, 897, 948, 1183
Oyuela, Calixto, 196

P., C., 347
P., H., 408a
Page, John T., (N1993b)
Page, Wm, 633
Palmer, J. Foster, 281
Palmetto Press, 152
Pananti, Filippo, Q50
Pancoast, Hen. S., (N288a)
Paraphrase of the 137 Psalm. . ., 102
Pargellis, Stanley, 19a
Paris pendant l'année, 175, 176
Parker, Agnes M., 164
Parnell, Tho., 143a-b, 241, 823a, 1086
Parody on an Epitaph, 25a, 51, 67, 68
Parody Upon Gray's Celebrated Ode of The Bard, 105
Parsons, Jas C., 613
Parsons, Wm, 109a, 498a
Partridge, Eric, 297, 752, 787, 805
Paterson, Isabel, 739
Patton, Julia, 275
Paull, Harry M., 838
Payson, Wm F., 159
Peacock, Wm, 62, 73, 428
Pearce, Earnest H., 921a, 1199
Peck, Harry T., 639
Peers, E. Allison, 111, 194, 196-199, 201, 280, 311, 378, 753
Pembroke College, 51, 431
Percy, Tho., 431, 1124, 1206
Pérez del Camino, Manuel Norberto, 195
Periodical, The, 712
Perry, Bliss, 700
Peter Pauper Press, 71
Peterhouse College, 51, 431
Peterson, Houston, 536
Petrarch, 590
Peyre, Henri M., 932, 1104
Pforzheimer, Carl, 445
Philadelphia Bibliographical Center. . ., 19
Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, The, 412h
Philadelphia Inquirer, The, 412i
Philips, Ambrose, 1173
Phillips, Eva M., 771
Phillpotts, Eden, 751
Philologicus, 571




147

Philosophy of Nature, The, 599
Pickford, John, 254
Pierce, Fredk E., 674, 735
Pierrot, C., (N1731a)
Piggott, Stuart, 1006, 1199a
Pigot, Mr., 946
Pindar, 539, 595, 1110, 1134, 1174
Pindemonte, Ippolito, 950
Piozzi, Mrs. See Thrale, Hester, Mrs.
Plato, 956, 1092, 1110
Play Exercise at Eton, 525
Playfair, John, 246
Pocket-diaries, 25a
Pococke, Edw., 1135
Poe, Edgar A., 601b
Pokoiashchiisia Trudoliubets (Moscow), 188
Political Passing Bell: An Elegy, The, 207
Pollard, A. W., 158
Pollard, Graham, 383
Pollio. . ., 204b
Pond, Arthur, 1188
Ponsonby, Arthur, 732
Poole, Austin L., 51, 67, 671
Pope, Alex., 108, 143b, 411, 514, 520, 525, 565, 621a, 774, 786, 823a, 886, 929, 931, 938, 1080, 1120, 1173, 1182, 1191, 1192, 1205a
Port Folio, The, (N961a, N1006) 81, 83, 88, 93, 145, 206, 217, 218, 238, 241, 243, 414, 421, 421a, 451, 452, 507, 512, 517, 543, 545, 549, 572, 573, 581, 584, 651
Porteus, Beilby, 143a
Portraits (of Gray). (See also J. Eckhardt, F. Mapletoft, A. Pond, J. Richardson, T. Rowlandson, B. Wilson, Mrs. D. Wray.), 20, 22, 33, 36, 43, 45, 48, 51, 67, 155, 159, 347, 431, 513, 578, 582, 684, 733, 739, 842, 854, 881, 895, 1003, 1087, 1150, 1155, 1188
Postgate, J. P., 267
Potez, Henri, 177, 256
Potter, Robt, 992, 1091
Pottle, Fredk C., 99, 822a, 826, 1008, 1082, 1195
Povoleri, Giovanni, 183
Powell, Annie E., 787a
Praz, Mario, 1007
Prescott, Fredk C., 319, 718
Presses Universitaires de France, Les, 897, 948
Prévost, L'Abbé, 1037
Price, Lawrence M., 4, 12, 915
Price, Mary B., 12
Prideaux, H. C., 267
Prinsen, Jacob, 745, 773
Prior, Sir Jas, 602a
Professorship of Modern History, 431
Progress of Poesy, The, 22-29, 36, 42, 48, 50-54, 58, 60, 61a, 62, 62a, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 72a, 75, 76, 526-
[Progress of Poesy, The, (cntd.)]
539a, 574, 591, 621, 662, 685, 709, 721, 827, 913, 924, 945, 950, 955, 990, 1071, 1130, 1208
Propertius, 25a, 50, 60, 76, 539b-c
Proposal as to the Professorship of Modern History, 540
Pryce-Jones, Alan, 825
Pulteney, Frances, 469
Punch, 230, 231, 358
Punke, Edw. G., 342
Purkis, E. Monro, 343, 345
Pyke, Rich., 1005
Quarles, Francis, 737, 859
Quarll, Philip, 143d
Quayle, Tho., 754
Quennell, Peter, 1155
Quercus, P. E. G. [Christopher Morley], 167
Quiller-Couch, Arthur, 329a, 719
Quintana, Ricardo, 1082

R., 110, 495a, 594
R., I. T., 211, 212
R., J. T., 567
R., N., 495a
R., V., 351, 388, 419
Racan Honorat de Bueil, Marquis de, 373
Racine, 715, 1178
Radcliffe, Anne, 653
Rahbek, Knud L., 170
Railo, Eino, 806
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 153
Randall, John, 523
Ransom, Harry, 1028
Ransom, Will, 152, 329b
Rapin, René, 408a
Raven Press, 164
Raymond, Wm O., 852
Raysor, Tho. M., 990
Read, T. Buchanan, 1212
Reade, Aleyn L., 839
Redin, Mats A., 774
Redman, Ben R., 1211
Reed, Amy Louise, 298
Reed, Hen., 996
Reed, Isaac, 1045
Reflections During an Evening's Walk in a Country Churchyard, 210
Reflections in a Country Church Yard, 209
Reimeringer, Armand M., 1029
Remich, Jas K., 145a
Rendall, Vernon, 951
Reninger, H. Willard, 350
Revista europea, 111
Reynaud, Louis, 788
Rhedecynian, 220, 374
Rhoades, Lewis A., 616
Rhys, Ernest, 74
Riccardi Press, 60
Richards, Geo., 207, 374
Richards, Ivor A., 330, 967, 1171
Richardson, Albert E., 898




148

Richardson, Geo. F., 654
Richardson, Jonathan, 842, 1155, 1188
Richardson, Saml, 780, 789
Richmond News Leader, The, 412i
Richmond Times-Dispatch, The, 412j
Richter, Helene, 640
Ricordo d'amicizia, 235b
Ridgeway, Wm, 267
Ridgway, Gertrude M., 775
Riding, Laura, 119a
Ridley, H. M., 733
Ridpath, John C., 48
Rinaker, Clarissa, 112a
Rizzo, Tito L., 807
Roberti-Fletcher, Lauro (pseud.) See Manacorda, Guido.
Roberts Brothers, 150
Roberts, G. D., 397
Roberts, R. Ellis, 809
Roberts, Sydney C., 968, 1014
Robinson, Hen. Crabb, 1027
Robinson, Herbert S., 916
Robinson, M. G., 1206
Robinson, R. M., 794
Robinson, Wm, 1072
Robison, John, 246
Rochedieu, Chas A., 17b, 171
Roddier, Henri, 1199b
Roe, F. C., 789
Rogers, Jonathan, 413, 810
Root, Robt K., 371a, 441, 445
Rosa, Salvator, 768
Rosalba, 447
Rosarubra, 447
Roscoe, Edw. S., 840
Rose, Ruth O., 933
Rosenbach, Abraham S. W., 513, 808
Rosenstiel, Isabelle D., 738
Roth, Georges, 234, 292, 502
Rothkrug, Michael, 135, 372
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 681, 789, 937, 1106, 1199b
Routh, H. V., 1062
Rovillain, Eugene, 323
Rowlandson, Tho., 513, 1117a
Royal Society of Edinburgh, Transactions of, 246
Roycrofters, The, 154a
Rudd, J., 38
Runciman, Walter, 153a
Russell, Chas, 734
Russell, John 1118
Rylands, Geo. H., 324, 879

S., 419
S., G. A., 252
S., K. A., 43
S., T. S., 562
S., W., 335
Sacchi, Giulio, 950
Sainte-Beuve, Chas A., (N1334a, N1704a, N1731a) 494, 502, 605, 771
St. Malo, M. de, 176
Saintsbury, Geo., 627, 656
Salem, Hezekiah, 506a
Salis-Seewis, Johan G. von, 374
Salter, Emma G., 1109
Salwey, Charlotte Maria Birch, 608a
Sampson, Geo., 1098
Sanborn, M. Ray, 283
Sandford, Christopher, 168
Sandwich, John Montagu, Fourth Earl of (See also Candidate.), 129, 431
Sandys, J. E., 267
Sapphics, 25a, 541
Sargeaunt, John, 456
Sassoon, Siegfried, 774
Satire Upon Heads, A, 51, 62a, 67, 68, 71
Saturday Review, The, (N1248) 691, 739, 796a
Saturday Review of Literature, The, 167, 1123
Saunter, Saml, 573
Savage, Jas, 245
Sawyer, Chas J., 7
Scarfe, Francis, 409
Schaffer, Aaron, 312
Scherman, David E., 390
Schimanski, Stefan, 409
Schirmer, Walter F., 1009
Schmitz, Robt M., 1169
Schöffler, Herbert, 22, 298, 440, 720, 824
Scholes, Percy A., 1170
Schorer, Mark, 384, 1171
Schueller, Herbert M., 1148
Scots Magazine, The, 505, 511a
Scott, Fred N., 845
Scott, Geoffrey, 822a
Scott, Jas, 48a
Scott, John (of Amwell), 101, 137, 218, 379, 495
Scott, Sir Walter, 746
Scribner, Welford & Co., 149
Scudder, Horace E., 45
Sears, Minnie E., 8
Seegar, Alan, 546
Selector. . ., The, 30a
Sencourt, Robt, 1200
Serena, A., 621a
Senex, 573
Seward, Anna, 885, 1041
Shafer, Robt, 675
Shakespeare Verses, 25a, 51, 64, 67, 68, 71, 76, 542, 542a
Shakespeare, Wm, 123, 412f, 624, 638, 662, 746, 844, 916
Shapiro, Leo, 1030
Shaw, A. G., 302
Shaw, Marian, 8
Shelley, Percy B., 380, 845, 1069
Shelley, Philip A., 396
Shenstone, Wm, 137, 249, 343, 345, 354, 365, 608, 672, 978, 1002
Shepard, Odell, 25, 112a, 293, 410, 742, 897, 917, 948, 1003, 1207
Shepard, Willard, 1207




149

Shepherd, Tho. B., 1060
Shepperson, A. B., 445, 1012
Sherburn, Geo., 168a, 412k, 441, 1172, 1182, 1191
Sherman, Stuart P., 721
Short, Raymond, 163
Shuster, Geo. N., 431, 1061
Sibley, Agnes M., 1192
Sickels, Elanor M., 347a, 917
Sills, Kenneth, 636
Simmons, Ernest J., 899, 969
Simpson, Percy, 1042
Sinboron, 499
Sionites, 463a
Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1005
Skard, Sigmund, 17
Sketch of his own Character, 22, 25a, 50, 51, 60, 61, 64, 67, 68, 71, 76, 542b
Slattery, Joseph A., 55
Sleater, Wm, 30
Sliegh, John, 40
Smart, Christopher, 524, 583, 818, 1089
Smart, John S., 629
Smith, Andrew C. S. J., 1010
Smith, Chard P., 918, 970
Smith, Dane F., 1061
Smith, David N., 58, 392, 394, 480, 624, 650, 861, 1011, 1083, 1108, 1124, 1206
Smith, G. C. Moore, See G. C. Moore-Smith.
Smith, Geo. D., Book Co., 303
Smith, Janet A., 1005
Smith, Preserved, 952
Smith, Reed, 971
Smith, Robt, 51
Smith, Simon N., 983
Smith, Warren H., 1044
Smollett, Tobias, 1137
Snyder, Edw. D., 735
Some Remarks on the Poems of John Lydgate, 72a
Song by Buondelmonte, 25a
Song, 24, 50, 51, 60, 67, 68, 71, 543, 544
Sonnet on the death of Mr. Richard West, 25, 25b, 26, 28, 50, 51, 56-58, 60, 61a, 64-68, 71, 76, 545-548, 581, 743, 1196
Sophocles (See also Notes on Sophocles' Ajax and Electra.), 419
Sophonisba to Masinissa, 25a, 76, 548a
Sorrowful Ditty. . ., A, 506
Sotheby Catalog, 928
Southern Literary Messenger, The, 601b
Southey, Robt, 603, 1049, 1112
Southworth Press, 158a
Sparke, Archibald, 322
Sparrow, John 70, 77, 79, 82, 82b, 132
Spectator, The, (N1248) 434
Speed, Henrietta, 480c, 695, 814
Spence, Joseph, 1201a
Spenser, Edmund, 380, 546
Spindler, Robt, 871, 919
Spotswood, Wm, 143d
Spurgeon, Caroline F. E., 72a
Squire, John C. [pseud. Solomon Eagle], 153, 154, 222, 230, 231, 285, 436, 510, 722
Stanhope, Philip, Fourth Earl of Chesterfield, 39
Stanza (Epitaph on Mrs. Mason), 51, 67, 71
Stanzas to Mr. Richard Bentley, 26, 50, 51, 60, 62, 67, 68, 71, 76, 549, 549a, 581
Stark, Lewis M., 359
Starr, Herbert W., 19b, 124, 125, 219a, 293, 410, 447, 518, 519, 538, 948, 1075, 1086, 1119, 1130, 1201
Starrett, Vincent, 299
Statius, Thebaidos, (vi. 646-688), 25a, 51, 60
Stauffer, Donald A., 896, 1076, 1131, 1155
Stephen, Sir Leslie, 625, 1091
Stephens, T., 143c
Sterling, T. S., 302
Stern, Bernard H., 1062
Stern[e], Laurence, 451, []606, 1122
Steuert, Dom H., 1120
Stevenson, Robt L., 397
Stewart. Geo. R., 337, 896
Stewart, Jean, 900
Stickney, John, 244
Stillingham, Benj., 1101
Stockdale, Percival, (N1565a) 556, 664, 1010
Stoke Poges, 250, 269, 279, 290, 299, 302, 304, 306, 307, 309, 328, 333, 334, 341, 347, 349, 357, 360, 390, 406a, 412h, 648, 707, 1105
Stoke Poges Church (A Guide-book), 312a
Stokes, Francis Griffen, 2, 3, 30, 134d, 136, 137-139, 158, 254, 313, 367, 372, 890, 903
Stokes, H. P., 667
Stone, Edw. D., 98
Stonhewer, Rich., 465
Strachan, L. R. M., 420
Strachey, [Giles] Lytton, 324, 934
Strachey, J. St. Loe, 492, 712
Straus, Ralph, 637
Strawberry Hill, 945, 1083
Strich, Fritz, 401
Struble, Mildred C., 935
Stuart, Dorothy M., 809, 825, 1077
Studio Editoriale Moderno, 950
Stukeley, Wm, 1199a
Suard, Jean Baptiste Antoine, 97a, 204a, 765
Sunnan=Pósturinn, 182
Supplement to Gray's Elegy. . ., 219b
Sutherland, Jas, 480, 1173
Sutton, W. H., 254




150

Swedenberg, H. T., Jr., 429
Swift, Jonathan, 1182
Swinburne, Algernon C., 609a, 1091
Sydney, Wm C., 614
Syers, Edgar, 220, 374
Sypher, Wylie, 28

T., A. D., 331
Tacitus, 412f
Talbot, Catherine, 592
Tallmadge, Tho. E., 952a
Tanner, Lawrence E., 668
Tasso, Gerus, Lib. Cant. XIV. St. 32, 60, 76, 549b
Taylor, A. H., 328
Taylor, Hen., 142b
Taylor, John F. A., 412b
Taylor, R. A., 657
Temperley, Harold W. V., 300, 755
Temple Press, 153a
Templeman, Wm D., 1003
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, 346
Tertulia, La, 196
Tew, E., (N1499b)
Thackeray, Francis St. John, 98
Thespian Magazine and Literary Repository, The, 104
Thielke, Karl L. F., 973
Thomas, Gilbert, 974
Thomas Gray, 615
Thomas, Isaiah, 143a
Thomas, Percy G., 901
Thompson, Corrie L., 254
Thompson, Francis, 257, 500, 548, 1157
Thompson, Harold W., 803
Thompson, Karl F., 504b
Thompson, Lawrence, 374
Thomson, Geo. S., 267
Thomson, Jas, 131, 286, 626, 786, 1030, 1121, 1200, 1204
Thomson, Jas Alex. F., 1174, 1175, 1208
Thorne, J., 604
Thorpe, Clarence DeWitt, 975
Thrale, Hester, Mrs. (Mrs. Piozzi), 183, 682, 1086a
Thyrsis, See Song.
Ticknor, Geo., 520
Tillotson, Geoffrey, 110a, 411, 431, 994, 1003, 1042, 1087, 1121, 1208a
Times Literary Supplement, The, (N1993f) 9, 51, 56, 67, 68, 70, 113, 156-162, 187, 273, 287, 298, 343, 352, 404, 430, 431, 436, 445, 481, 492, 501, 665, 689, 712, 714, 742, 754, 764a, 776, 800, 811, 823, 824, 825, 828, 852, 896, 897, 906, 925, 948, 957, 961, 1047, 1053, 1055, 1078, 1082, 1087, 1109, 1110, 1136, 1155, 1190, 1199a, 1199b, 1202, 1203, 1205, 1209, 1210
Times, The London Daily, 94, 153, 263, 279, 294, 301, 302, 307, 322, 397, 402, 411a, 412c, 416, 504a, 658, 659, 669, 680, 681a, 810, 862
Tinker, Chauncey B., 431, 721, 826, 863, 1031, 1065, 1176, 1183, 1186, 1189
To a Favourite Barrage Balloon, 510
To Childhood, 495
Tobin, Jas E., 15, 1087
Tomb of Shakespeare, The, 204
Tomlinson, J., 506
Tophet, 25a, 51, 67, 68, 71, 72, 550
Tossadoni, Osvaldo, 621a
Toulet, P.-J., 370
Tovey, Duncan C., 47, 399, 443, 456, 667, 682, 687, 710, 815
Toynbee, Paget, (N1248) 3, 20, 25a, 51, 114, 264, 266, 431, 436, 449, 454, 454a, 456, 458, 459, 461-463, 465-471, 473, 480a, 488, 491, 533, 534, 540, 542, 649, 671, 678, 683, 695, 709, 736, 786a, 792-794, 796, 798, 812-816, 841, 842, 854, 864, 880, 881, 920
Traduzione dell'Elegia del celebre Tommaso Gray sopra un cimitero di campagna, 183b
Treece, Hen., 409
Treherne, Geo. G. T., 267
Triumphs of Owen, The, 22-24, 36, 42, 50, 51, 60, 62, 64-66, 67, 68, 71, 749
Troxell, Gilbert M., 158
True American, The (Trenton), 495a
Trumbull, John, 117, 125, 538, 713, 982, 1019
Tucker, Wm J., 477
Tudor, Wm, 590
Tupper, Jas W., 11a, 65, 735
Turberville, Arthur S., 795, 936
Turner, Walter J., 62a
Tuthill, Hen., 431

Universal Magazine, The, 85, 86, 102, 208
Untermeyer, Louis, 224
Upon a Winter's Walk, in the Evening, in Westminster Abbey, 213
Upton Church, 248, 250
Urcullu, José de, 199
Uriarte, Ramón, 202
Ustick, W. Lee, 1043

Valdarno. See Wm Beckford of Jamaica.
Valentine, Ross, 412j
Vallins, Geo. H., 25b, 1015
Van Doren, Mark, 701, 721
Van Hook, LaRue, 489
Van Patten, Nathan, 983
Van Tieghem, Paul, 284, 653, 670a, 697, 753, 756, 765, 777, 917, 925, 1177
Vassos, John, 160
Vaughan, Chas E., (N1966a)
Vaughan, Herbert M., 902
Vechtman-Veth, A. C. E., 828




151

Vedia, Enrique de, 201, 276
Venturi, Lionello, 991
Vernon, A. W., 739
Verral, Wm, 130
Vestnik Evropy Zhurnal, 193
Vicenza, C. M., 183a
Vida, Marcus H., 84
Viglione, Fr., 641, 953
Villalobos, Angel de, 199
Villevielle, Marquis de, 171
Vines, Sherard, 882
Virgil, 308, 351, 412f, 527, 621, 688, 856, 1030, 1138
Virieu, Aymon de, 234
Visconti, Sigismondo, 235b
Vitali, Giovanni, 183c
Vivante, Leone, 1088
Voisine, Jacques, 1178
Voltaire, 886, 1167
Vossi, Gerardi J., 737
Vrchlickeho, Jaroslava. pseud. See Emil B. Frida.
Vreeland Press, 303
Vulliamy, Colwyn E., 1132
Vyse, H. Howard, 302

W., B., 388
Waddell, Helen, 890, 903
Wagenknecht, Edw., 739
Waggoner, Hyatt H., 18
Wakefield, Gilbert, 267, 562, 565, 1091, 1205a
Walcutt, Chas C., 129
Walker, Ralph S., 1133, 1153
Wallace A. Dayle, 1012, 1211a
Wallace, Malcolm W., 905
Wallis, N. Hardy, 379
Walpole, Hugh, 164
Walsh, Stevenson H., 283
Walter, Félix, 320
Walters, Hen. B., 954
Walters, E., & Miller, G., 161
Ward, Adolphus W., 755
Ward, Alfred C., 472
Ward, J. D. U., 1105
Ward, T. Methuen, 34, 35
Ward, Tho. H., 609a
Warner, Jas H., 937, 1013, 1106
Warren, Austin, 1194
Warren, Herbert, 679, 856
Warren, Tho., 622
Warton, Joseph, 112a, 137, 661, 805, 931
Warton, Tho., 112a, 137, 143b, 355, 419,
[Warton, Tho., (cntd.)]
446, 536, 661, 805, 861, 1026, 1050, 1074, 1101, 1206
Warton, Tho. (the elder), 661, 805
Washburn, Wm L., 152, 329a
Wasserman, Earl R., 1045, 1079, 1149
Watson, Foster, 50
Watson, H. D., 375
Watson, J. D., 147
Watt, Homer A., 843
Watts, Isaac, 143b
Watts-Dunton, Theodore, 628
Wayne, John L., 389
Webb, Geoffrey, 1051
Weber, Carl A., 976
Weber, Carl J., 412 l
Webster, Daniel, 1212
Weeks, Edw., 1155
Weiss, Harry B., 422, 817
Wellek, René, 1056, 1075, 1079, 1193, 1194
Wells, Hen. W., 1063
Wergeland, Henrik, 236
Wesley, Chas, 1060
West, Rich. (See also Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West.), (N1248) 293, 431, 436, 443, 450a, 541, 683, 710, 1119, 1144, 1179
Westron, H. F., 358
Wharton, Tho., 74a, 78, 80, 90, 427, 431, 446, 744, 794, 818, 840
What's the Reason Old Fobus Has Cut Down Yon Tree? (Lines on Dr. Robt Smith), 51, 67, 68
Whelan, Sister M. Kevin, 977
Whernside, 794
Whibley, Chas, 766
Whibley, Leonard, 67, 68, 128, 345, 427, 431, 450a, 459, 513, 534, 550, 818-821, 843, 865, 883, 884, 904, 921a, 1014, 1017, 1032
Whicher, Geo. F., 404, 672, 1155
White, Frederic C., 374
White, H. O., 827, 828
Whitehead, Wm, 923
Whitford, Robt C., 702, 757
Whitney, Lois, 26, 1140
Wiart, Jean F., 1044
Wieselgren, O., 896
Wilcox, Rich., 390
Wild, R., 277
Wiley, Margaret, 364
Wilkes, Wm H., 155
Wilks, John, 158
Willey, Basil, 1064
Williams, Aneurin, 332
Williams, Basil, 1046
Williams, Geo., 522
Williams, Harold, 281, 445
Williams, Iolo A., 13, 56, 722
Williams, Marjorie, 345, 978
Williams, Ralph M., 1211a
Williams, Stanley T., 777a
Williams, Wm. T., 25b, 1015
Willmott, Robt E. A., 147, 602




152

Willoughby, L. A., 1062
Willson, Beckles, 263
Willson, Marcius, 146
Wilson, Benj., 36, 431, 842, 1087, 1150, 1155
Wilson, Jas S., 155
Wilson, Mona, 979, 1005
Wimbolt, S. E., 49a,
Winchelsea, Anne Finch, Countess of, 823a
Winship, Geo. P., 1083
Winstanley, Denis A., 723
Winter, A., 604
Winterich, John T., 158a, 333
Wise, Tho. J., 5, 156, 492, 728
Wolf, Edw. C. J., 1117a
Wolf, Edwin, 368
Wolf, J., 147
Wolfe, General Jas, 158, 246, 263, 300, 368, 387, 395, 673, 755
Wood, Fredk T., 22, 63, 158, 348, 431, 735, 897, 948, 961
Wood, Kathryn L., 922
Wood, Paul S., 25
Woodberry Geo. E., 710
Woodbridge, Homer E., 1155
Woodhouse, A. S. P., 885, 905
Woodruff, Douglas, 1005
Woods, Geo. B., 24
Woodward, W. W., 143c
Woolf, Virginia, 1055
Wordsworth, Wm, 22, 123, 547, 660, 691, 725, 855, 956, 1027, 1041, 1050, 1091, 1181, 1196, 1200
World's Classics Series, 68
World's Work, The, 302
Wray, Mrs. Daniel, 881
Wright, Austin, 1201a
Wright, Herbert G., 992
Wroth, L. C., 1083
Wyld, Hen. C., 938
Wylie, W., 604
Wyndham, Maud, 758

Y., X., 418
Yadnarie, 226
Yale University Press, 3, 1183
Yardley, E., 621
Yeats, Wm B., 1053
Yoseloff, Tho., 1122
Yost, Calvin D., Jr., 993
Young, Edw., 311, 362, 626, 786, 823a
Yvon, Paul, 678, 759, 760, 906, 912
Zanobini-Cecchini, Laudomia, 97e
Zeitlin, Jacob, 764a
Zhukovsky, Vasily A., 193
Zwager, Louise H., 907


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Half-title    A Bibliography of Thomas Gray, 1917-1951    p. [i]
Advert    Temple University Publications    p. [ii]
Title page    A Bibliography of Thomas Gray, 1917-1951    p. [iii]
Dedication    To M. W. S.    p. [v]
Preface    Preface    p. [vii]
Contents    Contents    p. [xi]
Section    1. Bibliographies and Bibliographical Articles    p. [1]
Section    2. Complete Works, and Selections from both the Prose and the Poetry    p. 3
Section    3. Poetical Works    p. 5
Section    4. Selections from the Poetical Works    p. 6
Section    5. Selections from the Prose Works    p. 11
Section    6. Translations of Select Works    p. 11
Section    7. Individual Works and Translations    p. 12
Section    8. General Criticism    p. 74
Appendix    Undated Editions    p. 134
Index    Index    p. 135
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