The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt: With Reminiscences of Friends and Contemporaries - Vol. 2

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INDEX.
Actors, their character, position in society, reason why their profession is not higher estimated, and present false position in regard to the drama, ii. 279, 281, et seq.; amateur, ii. 291
Addington, Mr. ( Lord Sidmouth) i. 20, 21
Addison, i. 52
Africa, first night of, ii. 89
Air or melody, proposal of a new species of a poem to be so called, ii. 254
Alamanni, his answer to Charles V., ii. 122
Albert, Prince, ii. 216, 279, 300
Alfieri, ii. 177; his satire on commerce, ii. 219; his character, ii. 229
Algarotti, ii. 144
Allen, i. 89
Alps, the, first view of; ii. 99
Alsager, i. 295
Ambrogetti, i. 154
America, Anglo, its existing character questioned, i. 129; ii. 18; booksellers of, ii. 18
Anacreon, ii. 90
Angelica and Medoro, i. 103; ii. 95.
Angling, question of, i. 40
Anspach, Margravine of, i. 121
Anticlimax, climax of, ii. 264
Ariosto, i. 275; ii. 131
Arne, i. 57
Arne, Michael, i. 58
Atlantis, tradition of, ii. 84
Authors, difficulty of accommodating their faculties to times and circumstances, ii. 277
Bannister, i. 155
Barnes, i. 201, 295
Bayle, ii. 93
Bell, John, i. 178, et seq.
Bentham, Jeremy, ii. 22
Berkeley, ii. 296
Berni, ii. 75
Betty, Master, i. 182, 183
Billington, Mrs. i. 150
Blanchard, Laman, ii. 263
Blandford, Marquis of, i. 164
Blessington, Lady, ii. 276
Boatmen, Deal, ii. 59
Bobart Tillimant, i. 126
Boccaccio, ii. 187
Body, impiety of depreciating it, i. 50
Boiardo, ii. 229
Bonnycastle, i. 223-225
Boyer (Grammar-master of Christ- Hospital), i. 81, 97, et seq.
Boyer, Mrs. i. 86
Braham, i. 151
Brown, Charles Armitage, ii. 139, 188, 209
Browne, William, ii. 79
Buffalmacco, ii. 146
Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton, ii. 291, 295
Byron, Lord, i. 265; ii. 10, 19, 104, 105, 122, 125, 130, 131, 134, 154, 157, et seq.
-----, letters of, to Leigh Hunt, ii. 110, et seq.
Byron, Lady, ii. 10
Caesar, Augustus, ii. 208
Caesar, Julius, ii. 74, 207
Campaigning home taste of, i. 147
Campbell, Thomas, i. 211, 212, et seq
Canning, i. 246
Carews, the, ii. 78
Carlyle, Thomas, ii. 266, et seq., 296
Castlereagh, Lord, i. 247; ii. 162
Catalani, Madame, i. 150
Chandos, Duke of, i. 21
Chandos, Duchess of, i. 22
Channing, ii 296
Charles the Fifth, ii. 121

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