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contrast to the extracts with which we have thought it necessary to occupy the former part of this article. The dawn of the mysteries indeed was misty and obscure, their meridian was little less so, but in the eventide of their existence the mists and clouds cleared off, and they set in a glorious flood of golden light, which illuminated the sky long after their departure.

The moralities, as well as those compositions which partially or not at all partook of their nature, were occasionally denominated Interludes. It was originally our intention to have comprised in this article the plays or interludes of John Heywood, published so early as 1533; but, considering that they do not in fact belong either to the class of mysteries or moralities, although there is as little pretence to class them with the regular drama, we have thought it best to postpone our notice of them to the succeeding number—more especially as he was amongst the first who left the old beaten track of the mysteries and moralities, and attempted to delineate real characters and living manners. In our next article on this subject, we shall, after a few preliminary remarks and extracts, enter upon the pleasant discussion of the first specimens of our regular dramatic literature.

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The Index to Volume I. will be given in the third number.

INDEX TO VOL. I.

Addison, 173. his Cato, 15. 309.

iElian, 272. 277. 278.

lEschylus, 15.

Ailli, Peter d', 111.

Albertus Magnus, 112. 292.

Albumasar, 112.

Alciatos, Andreas, 109.

Alcyonius, Petrus, 327. 32a 330. 331.

Ammonius Sacca, 290.

Aquinas, Thomas, 292.

Arabian Literature, IX. X.

Aristotle, 295. 316.

Bacon, Lord, xvn. 80.323.
Baker, Father, 288. 295.
Baldwin, Archbishop, 208.
Bale, Bishop, 333. 340. 341. 342.
Barckley, Sir Richard, his Felicitie

of Man reviewed, 271-279.
Barnard, 250.
Barry, Mrs. 179.
Bartholomew Fair, 19.
Bausset, M. de, 300.
Beaumont and Fletcher, 183.
Bentley,Mr.R. 20.
Bentlcy, Dr. 330. 331.
Beugerac, Cyrano, his Satyrical Cha-
racters reviewed, 279-287.
Berington, Mr. IX.
Bernard, St . 292.
Betterton, 173.174.
Betterton, Mrs. 179.
Bible, translation of the, 336.337.
Bibliomaniacs, vn.
Bignon, Father, 29a 294.
Blair, Robert, 85.
Bona, Cardinal, 294. 299.
Bonaventure, St. 292.
Books, alarming increase of, I. II. III. IY.
Booth, Barton, 180.
Bossuet, 294. 293.
Boudon, 294.
Bourdaloue, 296. 300.
Bracegirdle, Mrs. 180.
Bragadin, Mark, story of, 275.
Bret, Le, 279.
Brompton, 206.
Browne, Sir Thomas, his Hydriolaphia

reviewed, 83-94. his MS. Letters to his

Son, 161-164.

Browne, Dr. Edward, 162. 163. 164.
Brydges, Sir Kgerton, XIII. XIY.
Bunyan, supposed origin of his Pilgrim's

Progress, 250.
Burke, 10.
Burnet, Bishop, 224.
Burns, 57-
Butler, Alban, 294.
Butler, Mr. Charles, 288. 293.
Byron, Lord, 64. 317.

Campbell, Mr. Thomas, 21.

Cardan, Jerome, his Life, by himself,

reviewed, 94-112.
Cardan, John Baptist, 110.
Carlyle, Dr. 331.

Cartnemi, Voyagedu ChevalierErrant.250.
Cassian, 291.

Catherine of Genoa, St. 293. 305.
Catherine of Sienna, St. 29a
Cervantes, X.
Chamberlayne, William, his Pharor. .

nida reviewed, 21-49. his Love's Victory

reviewed, 258-271.
Chamberlayne, Valentine, 22.
Charles the First, 21. 225.
Charles the Second, 224.
Charles the Bald, 292.
Charles the Fifth, Emperor, 330.
Chester Mysteries, MS. 332.33a
Cibbeii, Colley, his Apology for his Life

reviewed, 167-181.
Cicero, 322. 32a 327- 330. 331.
Clarendon, Lord, 295.
Clarke, Dr. E. D. 331.
Clement, St. 291.
Clement the Fifth, Pope, 292.
Coke, Lord, 212. 223.
Coleridge's Remorse, 15.
Congreve's Mourning Bride, 15.
Cooke, Mr. Geo. Fred. 191.
Cornwall, Barry, 15.
Courcellys, 293.
Coventry Plays, MS. 332.
Cowley, 225. 22a
Cowper, 57. 321.
Crashaw, Richard, his Poems reviewed,

225—250.
Cressey, Sylvanus, 288-295.
Cromwell, Oliver, 224.

Dennis, John, his Works and Letters re-
viewed, 305-322.

Diogenes Laertius, 272.

Dionysius, St. 291. 292.

Dodsley, 332. 347.

Dogget, 180.

Doiiw, Gerard, 186.

Drake, Dr. IX.

Drobet, 293.

Dkyden, his Dramatic Works reviewed,
113-161.

Dunlop, Mr. 250.

Dunster, 251.

Edinburgh Review, 317. 320.

Edward the Confessor, 202.

Edward the First, 221. 222. 223.

Edward the Sixth, 344.

Elizabeth, Queen, 17.18. 19. 184. 323.

Emery, Mr. 171.

Emery, M. 305.

Enfield, Dr. 289.

Estcourt, 177. 179.

Euripides, v.

Fenelon, 293.295.
Ferriar, 251.
Fitzstephen, 333.
Fontenelle, 83. 295.
Ford's Broken Heart, 14.
Francis of Sales, St . 293. 295.

Garrick, 191.

Gersen, 292.

Gifford, Mr. William, 182.

Giraldus Cambrensis, 207.

Godwin, Mr. William, 95.

Gonnelieu, Father, 295. 301.

Goodman, 168.

Goodyeare, William, 250.

Grainger, 21.

Greenwich, Palace of, 17.

Grotius, 53. 55.

Guyon, Madame dc, 293.

Haddan, 323.

Hall, Captain, 16.

Hallam, Mr. 218.

Harphius, 292.

Hawkins, 332. 339.

Heinsius, Daniel, his Latin Poems re-
viewed, 48-57.

Hemingford, 209.

Henrietta Maria, Queen, 225.

Henry the First, 205.

Henry the Second, 206. 213.

Henry the Third, 217. 219. 221. 222.

Henry the Eighth, 344.

Hentzner, Paul, his Travels in Eng-
land reviewed, 16-20.

Herbert, 225.

Hermes, 290.

Herodotus, v. 272.

Herrys, 231.

Heywood, John, 334. 357.

Higden, Ralph, 333.

Hill, Aaron, 15.

Hilton, Abraham, 288.295.

Hobbes, III.
Hollingshed, 204.
Homer, v.
Horace, 1. 53. 112.
Hoveden, 202.
Hughes, John, 15.
Hugo, 292.
Hunt, Leigh, 272.

Huhdis, Rev. James, his Poems review-
ed, 57-69.
Hutchinson, Lord, 331.

Ignatius, St . 291.

Innocent the Elevanth, Pope, 293.

Ireland, W. H. 8.

Jacob, 21.

James the First, 293.

Jewen Street . 205.

Jews, Early History of the, in Ene-land.
200-224. ^'

John, King, 213. 215.216.217.

John Climachus, St . 292.

John of the Cross, St . 288. 293.

Johnson, Dr. 182.190.

Jonson, Ben, 113. his Every Man in Ids
Humour, and Every Man out of his Hu-
mour reviewed, 181-200.

Justin, Bernard, 330.

Juvenal, II.

Kean, Mr. 181.

Kemble, Mr. J. P. 85. 170. 171. 180.

Kemble, Mr. C. 181.

Kempis, Thomas a, 295.

Knight, Mr. 190.

Koran, the, III.

Kynaston, 174. 175.

Lamb, Mr. C. 170. his John Woodvil, 15.

Langbaine, 21. 22.

Langton, Stephen, 218.

Latin Poetry, modern, 49. 50.

Law, 70.

Lee, Nat. 149.150.

Leibnitz, 305.

Leigh, 177.

Leo the Tenth, Pope, 111.

Lewis le Debonnaire, 291.

Lewis the Thirteenth, 293.

Libraries, public, VII.

Lindsay, Sir David, 346. 347.

Liston, Mr. 171.

Livy, 331.

Lombez, Father, 295.

London, 19.202.

Luther, 292.

Macready, Mr. 181.

Madox, 214.

Maio, Sig. 331.

Manasseh Ben Israel, 203. 224.

Manutius, Aldus, 327. 330.

Marino, 241.

Mahsais, Chesneau Do, his Essai sur fes

Prijuges reviewed, 70-83.
Mary, Queen of William III. 176. 306.
Matthew of Westminster, 225.

Matthews, Mr. 190.

Maturin, Rev. H. C. Hi.

Mencken, Jo. Bun-hard, 328. 329. 330. 331.

Middleton, Dr. 327.

Milton, 126.130. 169. 241.334.

Molinos, Michael de, 293.

Monfort, 175. 176.

Monfort, Mrs. 173.179. 180.

Montgomery, Mr. XI.

Moore, Edward, 170.

More, Dr. Henry, 288. 301.

Mosheim, 301.

Munden, Mr. 171.181.

Murphy, 15.

Mysteries, Moralities, And Other
Early Dramas, 332-357-

Mystical Devotion, Works on, re-
viewed, 288-305.

Naudaius, 108. 111.
Neuveville, Father, 295.
Nokes, 17a 176.177. 178.
Norman, Robert, 251.
Norris, John, 301.
Nouet, Father, 300.

Oldys, his British Librarian, xiv. xv. xvi.

XVII.

Omar, Caliph, III.

Osorius De Gloria renewed, 322-332.
Otway, 118. 170. his Venice Preserved, 15.
Oxford, 205.

Pafre,Jhan, 339.

Paris, Matthew, 216.

Parker, Archbishop, 108. 109. 110.

Paul, Pope, 291.

Peele, George, 349. 350. 351.352. 353. 354.

365. 356.
Pembroke, Hubert, E. of, 217.
Percel, Gordon de, 250.
Percy, Bishop, 334.
Petrarch, 327; 328.
Philips, Ambrose, 15.
Philo, 290.
Photius, 292.
Plato, 289. 290.
Pliny the Younger, 295.
Poiret, Peter, 305.
Pole, Cardinal, 323.
Pope, 141.
Prynne, 76. 220. 221.
Pythagoras, 289.

Rapin, 218.

Reviews, modern, I.

Richard the First, 207. 20a 209. 211. 213.

Richard, King of the Romans, 220. 221.

Robinson, John, 328.

Roussean, 107.168.

Rowe, 15.170.

Rusbrook, 288. 292.

Rymer's Critical Works reviewed, 1-16

Scaliger, Julius Caesar, 96. 111.

Sebastian, King of Portugal, 323.

Seneca, 13.

Sextus, Tiberius Russilianus, 111.

Shakspeare, 13. 14. 19. 113. 151. 152. 1G0.
170. 172. 183. 199. 316. criticisms on, by
Rymer, 1-8. by Dennis, 306. 307. im-
proved by Dennis, 308. 309.

Shiel, Mr. 16.

Siddons, Mrs. 170.180. 181._

Solon and Thales, story of, 274.

Sophocles, V.

Soranzo, Raimondo, 32/.

Southern, 170.

Spanish Literature, X.

Spenser, 169.

Staninough, 232.

Steele, Sir Richard, 179.

Stephen, King, 205. 20(i.

Stillingneet, Dr. 295.

Stow, 204. 216.

Strada, 246.

Surin, Father, 294.

Swift, 287.

Sylvester the Second, Pope, 273. 274.

Taulerus, 288. 292.

Taylor, Jeremy, 93. 94. 301.

Theresa, St. 227. 239. 293. 305.

Thomson, 15. 57. 65.

Tiraboschi, 327.

Tovey, Dr. his Anglia Judaica reviewed,

200-224.
Tragedy, Greek, 12. 13. Roman, 13. Itng-

lish, 13. 14. 15. 16. general remarks on,

10.11.12.
Tritemius, story of, 277-
Tumebus, 53.

Underhil, 177.178.179.

Valart, 294.

Victor, St . 292.

ViUcson, De, 305.

Virgil, 52. 66.

Voyage of the Wandering Knight reviewed,

Walpole, Horace, 20.

Walpole, Mr. 331.

Warton, Thomas, IX. 334.

Waryng, Robert, 301.

Watson, Bishop, III.

Wesley, John, 304.

Wever, R. 344.

White, Henry Kirke, 321.

William the First, 201. 202. 203.

William the Second, 203. 204. 205.218.

William the Third, 306. 309.

Williams, T. E. 20.

Winstanley, 21.

Wood, Anthony, 21.

Young, Dr. 15. 50. 61. 85. 88.

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