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The Poetry of the Gentleman’s Magazine, 1731 – 1800:
An Electronic Database of Titles, Authors, and First Lines
– An Ongoing Project –

Emily Lorraine de Montluzin



Abbot, Rev. Henry (clergyman and schoolmaster; 1681-1728).  7 (1737): 374 [1st 374].

Adamthwaite, Rev. John (clergyman; b. ca. 1746).  57-i (1787): 439-440; 61-ii (1791): 854-855, 1187; 64-i (1794): 459; 68-i (1798): 332.

Addison, Joseph (essayist; 1672-1719).  1 (1731): 247; 24 (1754): 134; 41 (1771): 562; 61-i (1791): 502 (revision of a poem by Rev. John Lloyd).

Aikin, Dr. John (biographer and physician; 1747-1822).  56-ii (1786): 792, 985 [?]; 58-i (1788): 159, 249; 60-i (1790): 356; 61-ii (1791): 951-962.

Akenside, Dr. Mark (physician and poet; 1721-70).  4 (1734): [iii]; 7 (1737): 244-245, 309, 441-442; 8 (1738): 427-428; 9 (1739): 544; 11 (1741): 272 [?]; 14 (1744): 219, 329; 15 (1745): [iv] [?], 552; 16 (1746): [iv] [?]; 17 (1747): 244 [?]; 18 (1748): 517 [?], 518 [?]; 21 (1751): 373, 472; 38 (1768): 344.

Aldrich, Rev. Henry (dean of Christ Church, Oxford; 1647-1710).  6 (1736): 417; 8 (1738): 271, 541.

Allestree, Rev. Richard (Royalist divine, Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford, and provost of Eton; 1619-81).  8 (1738): 153.

Alleyn, Charles (poet).  54-i (1784): 79.

Allibond, Rev. John (clergyman; 1596/7-1658).  63-ii (1793): 1095-1097.

Alsop, Rev. Anthony (poet; d. 1726).  5 (1735): 384, 609; 6 (1736): 47; 8 (1738): 46, 427; 9 (1739): 324; 41 (1771): 280.

Amherst, William Pitt, Earl Amherst of Arracan (statesman; 1773-1857).  63-ii (1793): 665.

Amhurst, Nicholas (poet and journalist; 1697-1742).  32 (1762): 496.

Andrews, James Pettit (antiquary and historian; ca. 1737-97).  68-i (1798): 647.

Andrews, Miles Peter (dramatist; d. 1814).  50 (1780): 582; 51 (1781): 135, 188; 53-i (1783): 521-522 [misnumbered as 225].

Andrews, W.  27 (1757): 324.

Anstey, Christopher (poet; 1724-1805).  36 (1766): 233-234; 48 (1778): 430-431 [?]; 49 (1779): 39-40; 55-ii (1785): 991-992 [?]; 57-i (1787): 72; 61-i (1791): 564; 62-i (1792): 168; 68-i (1798): 244.

Antipater of Sidon (poet; fl. ca. 100 B.C.).  24 (1754): 176.

Aram, Eugene (schoolmaster and condemned murderer; d. 1759).  29 (1759): 355.

Arbuckle, James (journalist, essayist, and poet; d. 1742).  8 (1738): 41.

Archer, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; b. 1750).  52 (1782): 399.

Arden, Rev. William (clergyman; 1731-68).  31 (1761): 37.

Argental, Charles Augustin de Ferriol, comte d’ (ambassador from the Duke of Parma to the court of Louis XVI; 1700-88).  58-i (1788): 269.

Armstrong, Dr. John (physician; 1709-79).  14 (1744): 332.

Armstrong, John (poet and journalist; 1771-97).  67-ii (1797): 732.

Arne, Thomas Augustine (composer; 1710-78).  34 (1764): 593-594 [?], 594 [?] (2).

Ashby, Samuel (of Bungay).  64-i (1794): 258-259.

Atkinson, John (of York).  28 (1758): 538-539.

Atkinson, Joseph (Irish army officer and playwright; 1743-1818).  70-i (1800): 563.

Atterbury, Francis, Bishop of Rochester (divine; 1662-1732).  3 (1733): 148, 204; 57-ii (1787): 625.

Ausonius [Decimus Magnus Ausonius] (Latin poet and rhetorician; 310-395).  69-ii (1799): 559n, 832.

Ayre, William (early biographer of Pope).  15 (1745): 217.

Ayscough, George Edward (dramatist and traveler; d. 1779).  47 (1777): 39-40.

Bacon, Rev. Phanuel (divine and dramatist; 1700-83).  26 (1756): 247, 302-303, 355-356; 39 (1769): 360.

Badcock, Rev. Samuel (literary critic; 1747-88).  45 (1775): 292 [?] (2); 53-i (1783): 159-160, 339; 56-ii (1786): 790; 58-ii (1788): 691, 780; 62-i (1792): 364.

Bagot, Egerton (ca. 1714-75).  9 (1739): 492; 10 (1740): 462.

Baker, Henry (naturalist and poet; 1698-1774).  4 (1734): 271; 9 (1739): 99.

Balzac, Jean Louis Guez de (writer of letters; 1597-1654).  39 (1769): 48.

Bancks, John (miscellaneous writer; 1709-51).  3 (1733): iv, 709, 709-710; 8 (1738): 104; 24 (1754): 183.

Bancroft, Thomas (poet; fl. 1613-1658).  46 (1776): 8; 61-ii (1791): 660.

Banister, Rev. James (clergyman).  55-ii (1785): 642-643; 57-ii (1787): 719 (2); 61-i (1791): 168; 62-ii (1792): 847; 63-i (1793): 358-359 [?]; 66-i (1796): 148.

Barbauld, Anna Letitia (poet; 1743-1825).  58-i (1788): 177; 69-i (1799): 237 [?].

Barber, Mary (poet; ca. 1685-1755).  1 (1731): 23; 3 (1733): 151 (3), 322; 5 (1735): 550-551; 6 (1736): 228 (2); 7 (1737): 179.

Barker, H.  33 (1763): 560 [?].

Barnard, Rev. Edward (headmaster and provost of Eton; 1717-81).  49 (1779): 559.

Barnard, Thomas, Dean of Derry and later Bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenora, and then of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe (divine; 1728-1806).  46 (1776): 523.

Barreaux, Jacques Vallée, seigneur des (poet; 1602-75).  13 (1743): 436.

Barrett, Rev. Stephen (clergyman and schoolmaster; 1718-1801).  15 (1745): 100, 102-103 (revision [with Samuel Johnson] of verses by Geoffrey Walmsley), 270; 16 (1746): 99, 158, 606; 17 (1747): 539.

Barrow, Rev. William (divine; 1754-1836).  63-i (1793): 72.

Barry, Colonel Henry (soldier in America and India; 1750-1822).  55-i (1785): 416.

Barwick, -----.  49 (1779): 415.

Baskerville, John (printer of Birmingham; 1706-75).  67-i (1797): 391.

Basse, William (poet; ca. 1583-1653?).  24 (1754): 382.

Basset, Rev. Isaac (clergyman; b. ca. 1717).  13 (1743): 662.

Bate, Rev. Edward (clergyman; b. ca. 1716).  22 (1752): 532.

Bate, Rev. Henry.  See Dudley, Rev. Sir Henry Bate.

Bayley, Mrs. Major Henry.  70-ii (1800): 876.

Beach, Thomas (wine merchant and poet; d. 1737).  5 (1735): 255 [2nd 255], 382, 555, 676 (2), 729; 6 (1736): 104, 224, 284, 349, 615; 12 (1742): 328 [?], 436-437 [?]; 22 (1752): 83, 86, 232, 332 (2); 23 (1753): 240.

Beattie, James (Scottish poet; 1735-1803).  31 (1761): 230-231; 50 (1780): 581; 62-ii (1792): 1098-1099.

Beattie, James Hay (Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic at the University of Aberdeen; 1768-90).  64-ii (1794): 1132.

Beaumont, Rev. Joseph (master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, and Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge; 1616-99).  17 (1747): 443.

Becdelièvre, la Comtesse de.  61-ii (1791): 1222.

Becket, Elias.  1 (1731): 349-350.

Beckford, William (Jamaican planter, historian, and author of works on Jamaica; 1744-99).  70-ii (1800): 1082.

Behn, Aphra (playwright and novelist; 1640-89).  10 (1740): 459.

Beloe, Rev. William (classicist and co-conductor of the British Critic; 1758-1817).  61-i (1791): 565; 62-ii (1792): 1038; 63-i (1793): 260; 63-ii (1793): 847; 65-i (1795): 324, 420;  65-ii (1795): 772; 66-i (1796): [iv], 151 [?]; 67-i (1797): 148; 70-i (1800): 369, 369-370; 70-ii (1800): 769, 977.

Bennet, William, Bishop of Cloyne (archaeologist and divine; 1746-1820).  66-i (1796): 327.

Bentley, Elizabeth (poet; bapt. 1767; d. 1839).  60-ii (1790): 1167-1168.

Bentley, Rev. Richard (classicist and Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge; 1662-1742).  10 (1740): 616.

Bentley, Samuel (of Uttoxeter).  48 (1778): 182; 61-i (1791): 366-367.

Bentley, T.  58-i (1788): 160.

Berington, Joseph (of Louvain).  17 (1747): 493, 567, 587 (2), 588.

Berkeley, -----.  12 (1742): 599.

Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne (philosopher and divine; 1685-1753).  14 (1744): 559.

Berkeley, George Monck (miscellaneous writer; 1763-93).  56-i (1786): 341.

Bernard, F.  4 (1734): 622.

Berry [Barry], Dr. Charles.  10 (1740): 617  (2); 13 (1743): 547.

Berry, Miss -----.  45 (1775): 394-395 [? (or Aphia Lyttelton, formerly Peach?)].

Beza, Theodore (Huguenot theologian and Greek scholar; 1519-1605).  65-i (1795): 61.

Bickerstaff, Rev. William (antiquary; 1728-89).  20 (1750): 519; 21 (1751): 182 (4), 278 (2); 23 (1753): 94, 384, 483; 25 (1755): 180, 277, 278; 35 (1765): 185-186, 288; 53-ii (1783): 1004; 59-i (1789): 205 [?] (2).

Bickerstaffe, Isaac (dramatist; 1735?-1812?).  32 (1762): 593 (7); 39 (1769): 313.

Bicknell, Alexander (author of fiction and histories; d. 1796).  55-i (1785): 449-450, 450; 58-i (1788): 443; 64-i (1794): 459.

Birch, Rev. Thomas (divine and contributor to the General Dictionary; 1705-66).  6 (1736): 156 [2nd 156]; 39 (1769): 503.

Birch, Samuel (dramatist and Lord Mayor of London; 1757-1841).  66-ii (1796): 598.

Birkhead, Mathew (song writer).  1 (1731): 432.

Bishop, Rev. Samuel (poet and headmaster of Merchant Taylors’ School; 1731-95).  65-ii (1795): 1036 (2); 66-i (1796): 66, 512; 66-ii (1796): 1037; 67-i (1797): 64; 67-ii (1797): 872 (3); 69-ii (1799): 789-790.

Black, Rev. John (poet; 1753-1813).  55-i (1785): 55 (2), 389, 474-475; 55-ii (1785): 644, 989 (2); 56-i (1786): 252 (2); 56-ii (1786): 601, 793, 1025 [?].

Blackbourne, Peter (son of an English merchant in Lisbon; b. ca. 1748).  32 (1762): 546.

Blackburne, Rev. Francis (theologian; 1705-87).  60-i (1790): 449 (2).

Blacklock, Thomas (Scottish poet and minister; 1721-91).  19 (1749): 514-515.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (poet and physician; 1654-1729).  2 (1732): 854.

Blackstone, Sir William (judge and author of Commentaries on the Laws of England; 1723-80).  51 (1781): 335-336.

Blair, Rev. Hugh (Scottish minister and professor of rhetoric; 1718-1800).  69-ii (1799): 653.

Blair, Robert (poet and minister in the Church of Scotland; 1699-1746).  13 (1743): 323.

Blythe, F.  5 (1735): 254-255 [2nd 254-255], 256 [2nd 256], 674, 674-675; 6 (1736): 48, 103.

Boerhaven, Rev. Joseph (clergyman).  48 (1778): 536.

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas (French poet; 1636-1711).  17 (1747): 493.

Bold, Michael.  16 (1746): 549.

Bold, William.  66-ii (1796): [ii].

Bondel [or Bondely], Baron de (counselor of the Prussian court of justice).  28 (1758): 36.

Bonneval, Louis de.  16 (1746): 548.

Booker, Rev. Luke (divine and poet; 1762-1835).  59-ii (1789): 1131; 62-ii (1792): 847-848; 70-i (1800): 72; 80-i (1800): 299.

Boothby, Sir Brooke (poet and political writer; 1744-1824).  52 (1782): 541.

Borbonius, Nicolaus [i.e. Nicolas Bourbon], Eld. (poet; 1503-50).  49 (1779): 26.

Boscawen, William (classicist; 1752-1811).  66-i (1796): 63-64, 422-423, 508-509; 67-ii (1797): 692; 68-i (1798): 156, 381, 424; 69-i (1799): 421-422; 70-i (1800): 258-259, 370-371.

Bosch, Jeronimo de (Dutch poet; 1740-1811).  69-ii (1799): 744.

Boswell, James (biographer of Johnson; 1740-95).  61-i (1791): 367, 564; 63-i (1793): 463-464.

Boucher, Rev. Jonathan (divine and lexicographer; 1738-1804).  49 (1779): 96.

Bourbon, Nicolas.  See Borbonius, Nicolaus.

Bourke, Edmund Fearon (ca. 1755-1812).  70-ii (1800): 801.

Bourne, Vincent (Latin poet and schoolmaster; 1695-1747).  8 (1738): 371; 17 (1747): 393.

Bowden, Dr. Samuel (physician; fl. 1733-61).  3 (1733): 431; 5 (1735): 609; 6 (1736): 106, 131, 674; 7 (1737): 178, 633; 15 (1745): 494; 16 (1746): 100; 18 (1748): 38, 421-422 [?]; 19 (1749): 179; 31 (1761): 424; 60-ii (1790): 1081.

Bowles, Rev. William Lisle (divine and poet; 1762-1850).  55-ii (1785): 909; 58-ii (1788): 1104 (2); 61-ii (1791): 1115 (2); 63-i (1793): 558; 67-ii (1797): 547 (2).

Bowyer, William, the Younger (printer; 1699-1777).  3 (1733): 710; 6 (1736): 162; 31 (1761): 422; 48 (1778): 535.

Boyce, Samuel (dramatist and poet; d. 1775).  23 (1753): 534; 24 (1754): 286, 331.

Boyce, William (musician; 1710-79).  21 (1751): 374 (2); 24 (1754): 575; 25 (1755): 278, 567.

Boyd, Mark Alexander (miscellaneous writer; 1563-1601).  58-i (1788): 63.

Boyle, John, 5th Earl of Cork, 5th Earl of Orrery, and 2nd Baron Marston (critic of Swift, essayist, and poet; 1707-62).  3 (1733): 40, 151, 319; 5 (1735): 253 [2nd 253], 324, 615; 7 (1737): 565 [?]; 8 (1738): 42 [?]; 11 (1741): 325, 326-327; 15 (1745): 101 (5).

Boyse, Samuel (poet; 1708-49).  6 (1736): 162, 741; 7 (1737): 55, 697; 10 (1740): 83, 83-84, 193, 404-405, 406-407, 463, 519, 520, 521 (2), 567; 11 (1741): 271, 272 [? or Robert Brereton?] (2), 380-381, 383, 437, 439, 493, 495 (2), 548 [2nd 548], 549 (2), 550, 605; 12 (1742): 156, 269-270, 270, 324, 380-382, 383, 383-384, 435-436, 656 [misspelled as 634]; 13 (1743): [iv] [?], 44, 378, 438, 439, 547-548; 14 (1744): 43, 45, 502, 669; 16 (1746): 268; 17 (1747): 395, 490; 18 (1748): 517.

Bradbury, S.  20 (1750): 278.

Bradley, S., of Portsmouth.  30 (1760): 194, 195 (2), 290.

Bradshaw, G. H.  53-ii (1783): 783.

Brady, Rev. Nicholas (clergyman and poet; 1659-1726).  65-ii (1795): 1079 [misnumbered as 2nd 1077] (with Nahum Tate).

Brahe, Tycho (Danish astronomer; 1546-1601).  17 (1747): 586.

Braine, Richard.  69-ii (1799): 791, 1071-1072; 70-i (1800): 373, 467.

Bramston, Rev. James (poet; 1694?-1744).  54-i (1784): 201.

Bray, Rev. Edward Atkyns (miscellaneous writer; 1778-1857).  68-i (1798): 329-330.

Bray, William (antiquary; 1736-1832).  43 (1773): 511.

Brazier, -----, of Stepney (butcher; d. 1752).  22 (1752): 192.

Bréard, Étienne, of Le Mans (weaver and Latin poet; 1680-1749).  19 (1749): 81.

Brereton, Charlotte (poet and daughter of Jane Hughes Brereton).  5 (1735): 100; 6 (1736): 221, 545, 546; 7 (1737): 119, 249, 375 [1st 375], 564; 10 (1740): 518; 11 (1741): 214, 438; 12 (1742): 103; 13 (1743): 377-378.

Brereton, Jane Hughes (poet; 1685-1740).  5 (1735): 215, 321 (2), 382, 490 (2), 614, 673; 6 (1736): 160; 7 (1737): 50, 569 [?]; 9 (1739): 155.

Brereton, Rev. Robert (clergyman; 1717-84).  8 (1738): 600, 653; 9 (1739): 40; 11 (1741): 46 [?], 272 [? (or Samuel Boyce?)] (2).

Brerewood, Thomas (poet; d. 1748).  14 (1744): 46; 16 (1746): 157, 265; 24 (1754): 428.

Brock, Henry.  64-ii (1794): 649-650.

Brooke, Frances Moore (playwright, poet, and novelist; 1724-89).  25 (1755): 568.

Brooke, Henry (poet and dramatist; 1703?-83).  9 (1739): 210; 16 (1746): 217; 18 (1748): 89; 19 (1749): 279.

Brooke, Will.  34 (1764): 343 [?].

Broome, Rev. William (translator of Homer; 1689-1745).  9 (1739): 492, 599 (2), 658; 10 (1740): 33, 82 (4), 138 (3), 195, 256, 308 (2), 311; 15 (1745): 269, 328, 382-383; 17 (1747): 191.

Brown, Dr. John (author of Athalstan; 1715-66).  26 (1756): 134.

Brown, J.  35 (1765): 90.

Brown, James (governor of Christ’s Hospital, antiquary, and genealogist; 1750-1839).  64-i (1794): 237.

Browne (or Brown), John.  55-i (1785): 216, 307.

Browne, Ferdinando (of Loughborough; d. before 1777).  47 (1777): 452.

Browne, Isaac Hawkins, the Elder (wit and poet; 1705-60).  4 (1734): 94; 5 (1735): 677, 731 (3); 6 (1736): 105 (2); 38 (1768): 392; 44 (1774): 589.

Browne, M.  67-ii (1797): 693.

Browne, Rev. Moses (poet; 1704-87).  3 (1733): [iii]-iv, 430, 433; 4 (1734): iv, 211, 269 (2), 328, 443 [2nd 443], 504, 560 [?], 562-563; 5 (1735): 44, 45 (3), 158, 377, 381, 411-416, 611; 6 (1736): 156-157 [2nd 156-157], 160-161, 477-478, 479, 613; 7 (1737): 54, 373 [1st 373], 505, 696-697, 698; 8 (1738): 44, 154, 215, 313-315, 432-433, 482, 599, 601; 10 (1740): 31, 253-254, 308, 463; 11 (1741): 157; 12 (1742): 211, 212; 13 (1743): 46; 14 (1744): 558; 18 (1748): 374, 424; 19 (1749): 39; 20 (1750): 131, 517; 64-i (1794): 303; 69-i (1799): 120.

Browne, Sir Thomas (physician; 1605-82).  38 (1768): 503-504.

Browne, Sir William (physician; 1692-1774).  15 (1745): 156.

Browne, William, of Tavistock (poet; 1590/91-1645?).  70-ii (1800): 1153.

Broxholme, Dr. Noel (physician; 1689?-1748).  8 (1738): 215-216; 11 (1741): 48.

Brundish, Rev. John Jelliand (poet; 1750-86).  56-ii (1786): 697-698.

Bryan, W. (“Count” Bryan; of Bury St. Edmunds).  1 (1731): 445; 3 (1733): 657-658; 4 (1734): 383-384, 567-568; 5 (1735): 100-101, 323, 325, 495, 733; 6 (1736): 45-46; 8 (1738): 98, 99; 10 (1740): 197; 18 (1748): 278.

Bryant, Jacob (classicist and theologian; 1715-1804).  68-ii (1798): 836; 70-ii (1800): 875.

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton (bibliographer and genealogist; 1762-1837).  59-i (1789): 518-519; 62-ii (1792): 781.

Buc, Sir George (poet, master of the revels, and licenser of plays; bapt. 1560; d. 1622).  68-ii (1798): 670 [?].

Buckeridge, Theophilus.  16 (1746): 646.

Bull, Rev. Nicholas (clergyman; ca. 1776-1844).  64-ii (1794): 937; 65-i (1795): 328 [?], 421 [?] (2); 66-i (1796): 325-326; 66-ii (1796): 774; 68-i (1798): 63-64; 69-i (1799): 511; 70-ii (1800): 1280.

Bullwaller, W.  23 (1753): 338.

Bunce, Rev. John (clergyman; ca. 1708-86).  50 (1780): 195.

Bunce, William (of Harbledown, Kent; b. ca. 1752).  61-i (1791): 469; 66-ii (1796): 775.

Burges, Sir James Bland (politician, poet, and playwright; 1752-1824).  66-i (1796): 326; 66-ii (1796): 1018-1019.

Burgh, Walter Hussey (Irish judge and politician; 1742-83).  61-i (1791): 103.

Burgoyne, General John (1739-85).  56-i (1786): 68, 158; 59-ii (1789): 652.

Burke, Thomas (delegate from North Carolina to the Continental Congress and later governor of North Carolina; ca. 1747-83).  48 (1778): 184 (2), 231 (2).

Burnet, -----.  14 (1744): 157 (4), 158.

Burnet, Sir Thomas (judge and pamphleteer; 1694-1753).  40 (1770): 88; 47 (1777): 343.

Burney, -----.  63-i (1793): 424.

Burney, Dr. Charles (historian of music; 1726-1814).  55-i (1785): 215.

Burns, Robert (poet; 1759-96).  57-ii (1787): 623; 59-i (1789): 353; 61-ii (1791): 856, 1085; 64-i (1794): 461; 64-ii (1794): 748-749; 67-ii (1797): 783.

Burroughs, Rev. Lewis (clergyman).  13 (1743): 603; 17 (1747): 538.

Burton, Edmund (“Ruben D’Moundt”; barrister; b. 1721).  52 (1782): 540-541.

Busby, Rev. Richard (divine and headmaster of Westminster School; 1606-95).  63-ii (1793): 896.

Busby, Thomas (musician; 1755-1838).  68-i (1798): 425.

Butler, Rev. Weeden, the Elder (miscellaneous writer; 1742-1823), or the Younger (miscellaneous writer; 1772-1831).  68-ii (1798): 883-884; 69-ii (1799): 792.

Butler, Rev. Weeden, the Younger (miscellaneous writer; 1772-1831).  69-i (1799): 12; 70-ii (1800): 1263.

Butler, Samuel (author of Hudibras; 1612-80).  16 (1746): 379; 69-i (1799): 452.

Butson, Rev. Christopher, Dean of Waterford and later Bishop of Killaloe and Clonfert (1747-1836).  67-i (1797): 151-152.

Butt, Rev. George (poet and sermon-writer; 1741-95).  59-ii (1789): 1034-1035; 60-ii (1790): 1036-1037; 70-ii (1800): 1187-1189.

Buxton, T. M.  9 (1739): 546; 12 (1742): 214.

Byrom, John (shorthand inventor; 1692-1763).  1 (1731): 399; 7 (1737): 307; 15 (1745): 102-103; 28 (1758): 487.

Cade, Rev. Anthony (clergyman; ca. 1565-1641).  65-ii (1795): 776.

Cambridge, Richard Owen (poet; 1717-1802).  8 (1738): 655.

Campbell, William Henry (d. 1802).  33 (1763): 306.

Canning, George (statesman; 1770-1827).  53-ii (1783): 960; 67-ii (1797): 1052-1053 (with John Hookham Frere); 69-i (1799): 205-206 (with John Hookham Frere).

Carew, Thomas (poet; 1594/5-1640).  68-i (1798): 472.

Carey, Henry (poet and writer of farces; 1687?-1743).  3 (1733): 599; 24 (1754): 182; 65-ii (1795): 992; 69-ii (1799): 842; 70-i (1800): 479.

Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite (military engineer and French revolutionary leader; 1753-1823).  70-ii (1800): 771.

Caroll, Christopher.  5 (1735): 431.

Carpenter, -----, of Hereford.  2 (1732): 593.

Carr, James.  34 (1764): 190 [?].

Carr, Rev. John (master of Hertford Grammar School; 1732-1807).  47 (1777): 86-87; 53-ii (1783): 784.

Carter, Elizabeth (poet and translator; 1717-1806).  4 (1734): 623, 697; 5 (1735): 379, 553; 7 (1737): 247, 692; 8 (1738): 99, 159, 210 [?], 211, 272 (2), 315-316, 429 (2), 544; 9 (1739): 152 (2), 599; 10 (1740): 566; 11 (1741): 46; 13 (1743): 44; 14 (1744): 389; 17 (1747): 585; 32 (1762): 185-186; 38 (1768): 135; 40 (1770): 88; 56-ii (1786): 994; 64-i (1794): 459; 68-i (1798): 369.

Carter, John (draftsman and architect; 1748-1817).  69-ii (1799): 670.

Cartwright, Rev. Edmund (clergyman, poet, and inventor of the power loom; 1743-1823).  50 (1780): 436; 51 (1781): 88; 53-i (1783): 62 (2).

Cartwright, Rev. William (poet and playwright; 1611-43).  22 (1752): 257.

Cary, Elizabeth Tanfield, Viscountess Falkland (playwright; 1585-1639).  61-ii (1791): 896 [?].

Cary, Lucius, 2nd Viscount Falkland (1609/10-43).  63-i (1793): 168.

Cary, Rev. Henry Francis (translator of Dante; 1772-1844).  58-i (1788): [iv], 250, 347 (2), 443, 541; 58-ii (1788): 637, 732, 823, 916 (with Thomas Lister), 1008; 59-i (1789): 71, 160, 257, 257-258, 350, 553 (2); 59-ii (1789): 841, 937; 64-i (1794): 161-162; 67-i (1797): 238, 328.

Cassiani, Giuliano, of Modena (poet; 1712-78).  59-ii (1789): 1205.

Catcott, Rev. Alexander Stopford (divine and poet; 1692-1749).  22 (1752): 470.

Catullus [Caius Valerius Catullus] (Roman poet; 84? B.C.-54? B.C.).  53-ii (1783): 765; 69-ii (1799): 935.

Cave, Edward (printer and first conductor of the GM; 1691-1754).  2 (1732): 822; 4 (1734): 387, 619-620; 5 (1735): 249-251 [2nd 249-251], 255 [2nd 255], 321, 326, 491, 734-736, 736 (2); 7 (1737): 49, 179; 19 (1749): 466-467 (revision of verses by William Collins); 23 (1753): 45 [?]; 64-i (1794): 41, 303.

Cavendish, Georgiana Spencer, Duchess of Devonshire (canvasser for Charles James Fox and political hostess; 1757-1806).  55-i (1785): 54; 69-i (1799): 510.

Cawthorn, Rev. James (poet and schoolmaster; 1719-61).  4 (1734): 44; 5 (1735): 549; 6 (1736): 544; 7 (1737): 566; 15 (1745): 553;  43 (1773): 454; 62-i (1792): 68.

Chadwick, John.  69-i (1799): 203 [?].

Chambaud, L. [? or J.?].  15 (1745): 100.

Chamberlaine, Walter.  5 (1735): 493.

Chamberlayne, Rev. ----- [perhaps John Chamberlayne, miscellaneous writer; 1666-1723].  11 (1741): 661-662.

Chandler, Mary (poet; 1687-1745).  4 (1734): 566.

Chapone, Hester (essayist and poet; 1727-1801).  47 (1777): 38.

Chartres [Charters], Rev. James (clergyman and schoolmaster; 1754-1823).  62-ii (1792): 655.

Chatterton, S. (of Walsal).  35 (1765): 287, 526-527.

Chatterton, Thomas (poet; 1752-70).  56-i (1786): 361-362, 461, 513 [?]; 62-i (1792): 559; 69-ii (1799): 1012; 70-i (1800): 325.

Chaucer, Geoffrey (poet; ca. 1340-1400).  28 (1758): 261 (3); 53-ii (1783): 577; 70-ii (1800): 1263-1264.

Chauvelin, François-Claude, chevalier de Chauvelin and later marquis de Chauvelin (general, diplomat, and poet; d. 1774).  29 (1759): 429 (7).

Cheetham, Robert Farren (poet; 1778-1801).  66-ii (1796): 774-775; 68-i (1798): 60; 69-ii (1799): 884.

Chetwood, Rev. Knightly, Dean of Gloucester (divine, classicist, and poet; bapt. 1650; d. 1720).  49 (1779): 512.

Cheyne, H.  3 (1733): 205.

Cheyney, Dr. George (physician; b. 1671 or 1672; d. 1743).  31 (1761): 376.

Chilester, H.  51 (1781): 136 (3).

Chosné, Abbé.  39 (1769): 46.

Churchill, Charles (satirist; 1731-64).  32 (1762): 139; 33 (1763): 408, 560, 610; 34 (1764): 39-40, 90-91, 243-244, 391; 62-ii (1792): 768; 68-i (1798): 81.

Chute, John (amateur architect; 1701-76).  19 (1749): 516 [?].

Cibber, Colley (dramatist and poet laureate; 1671-1757).  1 (1731): 20, 494; 2 (1732): 580, 1073 [misnumbered as 1037]; 3 (1733): 39]-[40; 4 (1734): 41, 447; 5 (1735): 42; 6 (1736): 45; 7 (1737): 55; 8 (1738): 44; 9 (1739): 43; 11 (1141): 549; 12 (1742): 600; 13 (1743): 45, 603-604; 14 (1744): 330, 614; 18 (1748): 38, 567; 20 (1750): 520; 22 (1752): 87, 135, 532; 24 (1754): 39, 524; 25 (1755): 35, 515; 26 (1756): 35-36; 538; 27 (1757): 36, 519; 40 (1770): 182 (3).

Clancy, Dr. Michael (physician; ca. 1704-ca. 1780).  37 (1767): 516-517, 566; 38 (1768): 294, 534; 39 (1769): 47; 40 (1770): 327.

Clark, Esther Lewis (poet; bapt. 1716; d. 1794).  22 (1752): 234; 33 (1763): 609.

Clarke, Rev. William (divine; 1696-1771).  64-i (1794): 199 [misnumbered as 119].

Claudian (poet; ca. A.D. 370-404).  52 (1782): 303; 70-ii (1800): 608 (3).

Coates, J.  38 (1768): 486.

Cobb, James (dramatist and clerk in the East India Company; 1756-1818).  59-i (1789): 556; 59-ii (1789): 1132.

Cobb, Samuel (translator and poet; 1675-1713).  23 (1753): 282-285 (with minor alterations by J. Watts).

Cobbold, Rev. John Spencer (schoolmaster; 1768-1837).  66-i (1796): 152; 66-ii (1796): 597, 862, 863, 949; 67-i (1797): 511-512.

Cobden, Rev. Edward (divine and poet; 1684-1764).  3 (1733): 41, 93, 94 [?], 147, 204, 604; 4 (1734): 154; 5 (1735): 213 [?]; 12 (1742): 438-439 [?].

Cockburn [Cockburne], Catharine Trotter (dramatist and writer of philosophical treatises; 1679-1749).  7 (1737): 308.

Cockfield, Joseph (Quaker poet; ca. 1740-1816).  31 (1761): 87 [misnumbered as 78].

Coke, William.  7 (1737): 51, 118, 181; 8 (1738): 651; 9 (1739): 44, 96, 153, 155, 265.

Colburn, M.  21 (1751): 133.

Cole, R. (of Reading).  31 (1761): 136.

Coleridge, Rev. John (schoolmaster and father of Samuel Taylor Coleridge; 1719-81).  18 (1748): 182 [?], 277 [?]; 22 (1752): 201-202 [?]; 47 (1777): 451 [?]; 49 (1779): 40 [?].

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (poet; 1772-1834).  63-ii (1793): 1133; 64-ii (1794): 1132.

Coley, William (surgeon; 1757-1841).  54-ii (1784): 696 [?]; 55-i (1785): 307 [?]; 309 [?].

Coligny, Henriette de, comtesse de La Suze (poet; 1618-73).  48 (1778): 182.

Collett, C. K. (of Northampton).  22 (1752): 529.

Collett, Rev. John (clergyman; b. ca. 1739).  27 (1757): 521.

Collier, -----.  51 (1781): 86.

Collins, J. Basset (translator of Hesiod).  57-ii (1787): 625 [?].

Collins, William (poet; 1721-59).  9 (1739): 41, 545; 19 (1749): 466-467 (revised by Edward Cave); 35 (1765): 231; 37 (1767): 185; 53-i (1783): 30; 58-i (1788): 155; 62-ii (1792): 1058.

Colls, John Henry (actor, poet, and playwright).  55-ii (1785): 908-909.

Colman, George, the Younger (dramatist; 1762-1836).  54-ii (1784): 536; 64-i (1794): 163; 70-i (1800): 70-71.

Colman, George, the Elder (playwright, theatre manager, and co-editor of the Connoisseur; 1732-94).  31 (1761): 88-89; 33 (1763): 512, 559; 34 (1764): 343; 36 (1766): 590; 37 (1767): 136, 564 (2); 38 (1768): 296, 583; 41 (1771): 468; 44 (1774): 38, 88; 45 (1775): 542 (2); 46 (1776): 87-88; 47 (1777): 287, 344, 499-500; 48 (1778): 382 [?]; 50 (1780): 338; 51 (1781): 336.