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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



Mason, Rev. William (clergyman and playwright; 1724-97).  29 (1759): 283; 32 (1762): 592-593; 41 (1771): 183-184; 43 (1773): 601; 45 (1775): 194, 245 (with Thomas Gray); 48 (1778): 598; 53-i (1783): 159; 55-ii (1785): 910; 67-i (1797): 64.

Massinger, Philip (playwright; 1583-1640).  37 (1767): 183.

Masters, Benjamin (ca. 1615?-86).  9 (1739): 654.

Masters, Mary (poet; fl. 1733-55).  7 (1737): 696; 9 (1739): 154, 211, 435; 17 (1747): 442, 539; 22 (1752): 528; 25 (1755): 323; 29 (1759): 131; 30 (1760): 148.

Mathias, Thomas James (Italian scholar and author of The Pursuits of Literature; 1753/4-1835).  67-ii (1797): 756; 68-ii (1798): 562n; 69-i (1799): 254, 356; 69-ii (1799): 664, 922; 70-i (1800): 179, 276, 294, 332.

Maty, Dr. Matthew (physician and principal librarian of the British Museum; 1718-76).  28 (1758): 435.

Maucroix, François de (Church historian and translator of Greek and Latin classics; 1619-1708).  23 (1753): 242.

Maude, Thomas (poet; 1718-1798).  69-i (1799): 191.

Maurice, J--l.  4 (1734): 101; 5 (1735): 160; 6 (1736): 49.

Maurice, Rev. Thomas (orientalist and historian; 1754-1824).  63-i (1793): 260, 556-557; 65-ii (1795): 685-686 [?]; 67-ii (1797): 780; 70-i (1800): 162 [?]; 70-ii (1800): 873.

Mavor, Rev. William Fordyce (compiler of educational works; 1758-1837).  62-i (1792): 264, 463; 63-i (1793): 262-263, 462; 63-ii (1793): 847; 64-ii (1794): 940; 65-i (1795): 61; 68-i (1798): 156.

Mawbey, Sir Joseph (politician; 1730-98).  40 (1770): 477; 60-ii (1790): 649, 748, 1128; 62-ii (1792): 748; 64-i (1794): 364; 68-i (1798): 60, 155.

Megg, J. (of Hull).  4 (1734): 502.

Melanchthon, Philipp (Lutheran theologian and humanist; 1497-1560).  62-i (1792): 69.

Melmoth, William, the Younger (commissioner of bankrupts and miscellaneous writer; bapt. 1710; d. 1799).  28 (1758): 595.

Mendez, J.  11 (1741): 605 (2).

Mendez, Moses (poet and playwright; 1690?-1758).  40 (1770): 535 (2).

Meredith, James (of Kinlett, Salop).  6 (1736): 673, 680; 7 (1737): 247-248, 447; 8 (1738): 159.

Merrick, Rev. James (poet; 1720-69).  14 (1744): 560; 25 (1755): 132; 31 (1761): 87 [misnumbered as 78]; 32 (1762): 37, 85.

Merry, Robert (Della Cruscan poet; 1755-98).  57-i (1787): 258; 61-i (1791): 83, 84 (3), 673; 66-i (1796): 327.

Metastasio, Pietro (poet and playwright; 1698-1782).  40 (1770): 278-279.

Meusnier de Querlon, Anne-Gabriel (editor of the Gazette de France and miscellaneous writer; 1702-80).  57-ii (1787): 815.

Meyler, William (publisher of the Bath Herald; 1755-1821).  47 (1777): 452; 59-i (1789): 350; 65-i (1795): 148.

Meyrick, Dr. John (physician; ca. 1671?-1757?).  25 (1755): 84.

Mickle, William Julius (poet and translator; 1735-88).  41 (1771): 134, 468; 56-ii (1786): 602; 58-ii (1788): 1011, 1121 (2); 67-i (1797): 235.

Miller, John (of Penzance).  16 (1746): 216; 23 (1753): 93 (2), 195, 336, 336-337.

Miller, L., afterwards Mrs. Waring.  64-i (1794): 363.

Mills, Andrew Hervey (poet).  37 (1767): 422, 423-424, 424.

Mills, George Galway (of Lower Slaughter, Glos.).  68-ii (1798): 796.

Mills, Joseph, the Younger (preacher; son of Rev. Joseph Mills of Cowbit).  70-ii (1800): 1082.

Mills, Rev. Joseph, of Cowbit (divine; ca. 1733-1804).  35 (1765): 138; 38 (1768): 239; 54-i (1784): 201; 59-i (1789): 258; 59-ii (1789): 650, 1108 (2); 60-ii (1790): 940, 1199; 61-i (1791): 167, 368; 61-ii (1791): 756; 62-i (1792): 72, 264, 365, 462 (2), 558; 62-ii (1792): 847, 1039, 1207 (2); 65-i (1795): 325; 65-ii (1795): 596, 775 (2); 66-i (1796): 328, 510 (2); 67-i (1797): 512; 67-ii (1797): 597, 696; 68-i (1798): 332 (2); 69-i (1799): 474; 69-ii (1799): 832, 1128; 70-ii (1800): 979, 979-980, 980, 1085.

Mills, T. (of Grantham).  70-ii (1800): 875-877.

Milton, John (poet; 1608-74).  5 (1735): 24 (3); 16 (1746): 548; 46 (1776): 60-61; 53-i (1783): 127-128, 128; 57-ii (1787): 1193; 68-ii (1798): 738; 69-i (1799): 454; 69-ii (1799): 668, 851.

Mirabell, James.  15 (1745): 161.

Mirepois, Anne Marguerite Gabrielle de Beauveau-Craon, la marechale de (favorite at the French court; b. 1707).  57-i (1787): 350.

Mitchell, Joseph (poet and dramatist; 1684-1738).  2 (1732): 1076; 3 (1733): 373 [?]; 37 (1767): 324.

Molesworth, John, 2nd Viscount (diplomat; bapt. 1679; d. 1726).  10 (1740): 408-409.

Monck, Mary Molesworth (poet and translator of Italian works; 1677?-1715).  20 (1750): 424.

Moncreiff, John (playwright; d. ca. 1767).  25 (1755): 133 [?] (2).

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley (letter writer; 1689-1762).  1 (1731): 23; 5 (1735): 327; 36 (1766): 235; 70-i (1800): 31.

Montague, Frederick (politician; 1733-1800).  70-ii (1800): 801.

Moody, Elizabeth (poet; fl. 1798).  56-i (1786): 427-428; 58-i (1788): 249-250; 58-ii (1788): 636.

Moore, Edward (dramatist; 1712-57).  4 (1734): 100; 12 (1742): 158 [?]; 18 (1748): 320-321; 19 (1749): 232; 21 (1751): 278; 22 (1752): 186; 23 (1753): 91, 383, 581 [?]; 25 (1755): 83 [? (or Jenny Hamilton Moore)].

Moore, Jenny Hamilton (Mrs. Edward Moore).  25 (1755): 83 [? (or Edward Moore)].

Moore, Rev. Anthony (poet and author of An Essay on the Art of Preaching; b. 1726 or 1727).  28 (1758): 127.

Moore, Rev. James L. (schoolmaster and ordinary in Hertford).  60-ii (1790): 650-651, 745-746, 939-940; 61-i (1791): 72, 260, 471; 61-ii (1791): 758-759, 952; 62-i (1792): 71; 66-ii (1796): 862; 67-ii (1797): 1053; 68-ii (1798): 610; 70-ii (1800): 977.

More, Hannah (novelist and writer of religious and political tracts; 1745-1833).  44 (1774): 232; 56-ii (1786): 917; 66-ii (1796): 948 [?].

Morfitt, John (barrister; 1758-1809).  61-ii (1791): 760; 63-i (1793): 71.

Morgan, Macnamara (dramatist; ca. 1720-62).  24 (1754): 89 (2).

Morrell, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; 1703-84).  40 (1770): 183-184.

Morres, Hervey Redmond, 2nd Viscount Mountmorres (political writer; 1746?-97).  64-ii (1794): 745.

Morrice, Captain Bezaleel (sea captain, poet, and miscellaneous writer; 1678-1749).  3 (1733): 491 [?].

Morris, ----- (soldier in the Horse-Guards).  42 (1772): 431.

Morris, Captain Thomas (songwriter and poet; 1732-1818).  56-ii (1786): 603; 61-ii (1791): 948; 64-i (1794): 461; 65-ii (1795): 1103; 66-i (1796): 422; 67-i (1797): 420; 69-ii (1799): 790.

Morris, Corbyn (commissioner of the Customs; 1710-79).  40 (1770): 535; 54-ii (1784): 696 (2).

Morton, Mrs. -----, of Boston, Massachusetts.  65-ii (1795): 864.

Moseley, Dr. Benjamin (physician; 1742-1819).  58-ii (1788): 734.

Mosnier, Jaques de (presumed émigré).  64-ii (1794): 1131-1132; 65-i (1795): 150 (3), 423-424; 67-ii (1797): 596, 780-781.

Moss, Rev. Robert, Dean of Ely (divine and royal chaplain; 1666-1729).  4 (1734): 621; 51 (1781): 175; 63-i (1793): 360.

Moss, Rev. Thomas (poet; ca. 1740-1808).  61-ii (1791): 852.

Motley, John.  65-i (1795): 424.

Mulcaster, Richard (schoolmaster and educational writer 1531/2-1611).  70-ii (1800): 604.

Mulligan, Hugh (writer against slavery; fl. 1780s and 1790s).  54-i (1784): 199-200 [?].

Mundy, Francis Noel Clarke (poet; b. 1738 or 1739; d. 1815).  52 (1782): 173; 57-ii (1787): 1002.

Murphy, Arthur (playwright, journalist, and civil servant; 1727-1805).  24 (1754): 479; 28 (1758): 183 [?]; 29 (1759): 227; 30 (1760): 40; 31 (1761): 39, 328; 34 (1764): 40 (2); 37 (1767): 40, 40-41; 38 (1768): 135; 41 (1771): 563-564; 42 (1772): 142-143; 43 (1773): 144, 144-145; 47 (1777): 239; 51 (1781): 86, 134; 62-ii (1792): 1136; 67-i (1797): 726.

Mytton, Thomas (of Shropshire).  43 (1773): 454-455, 511, 571, 613, 655; 44 (1774): 136; 45 (1775): 39; 50 (1780): 40; 55-ii (1785): 736 [?]; 56-ii (1786): 604 [?], 791 [?], 984 [?].

Nalson, Rev. John (Royalist polemicist; bapt. 1637; d. 1686).  62-i (1792): 135-136.

Nares, Sir George (justice of Common Pleas; 1716-86).  56-ii (1786): 790.

Nash, Richard [Beau Nash] (master of ceremonies at Bath; 1674-1761).  32 (1762): 490.

Neville, Edward (librettist; fl. 1779).  49 (1779): 510 (2).

Newcomb, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1681/2-1765).  3 (1733): 372 [?].

Newton, Rev. John (ex-slaver, divine, and friend of William Cowper; 1725-1807).  41 (1771): 135-136; 65-i (1795): 420-421.

Newton, Rev. Thomas (translator; 1544/5-1607).  70-i (1800): 29-30.

Newton, William (the “Peak Minstrel”; carpenter and poet; 1750-1830).  55-i (1785): 212; 56-i (1786): 252; 58-ii (1788): 914-915; 59-i (1789): 71; 90-i (1790): 74 (2), 353.

Nichols, John (printer, man of letters, and third conductor of the GM; 1745-1826).  31 (1761): 422; 35 (1765): 335; 46 (1776): 178 [?]; 49 (1779): 96, 317; 51 (1781): 136; 54-i (1784): [ii]; 56-ii (1786): 713; 61-ii (1791): 1140; 68-i (1798): 27n; 69-ii (1799): 1123.

Nicholson, Rev. Ralph (divine; 1734-92).  60-i (1790): 165.

Nivernais, Louis-Jules Barbon Mancini-Mazarini, duc de (ambassador to Great Britain; 1716-98).  57-i (1787): 351.

Nixon, J.  35 (1765): 186.

Nixon, Rev. -----.  4 (1734): 748 [misnumbered as 648]; 12 (1742): 543.

Nixon, Rev. John (clergyman; ca. 1693-1777).  30 (1760): 588 [misnumbered as 568].

Noorthouck, John (index-maker; 1732-1816).  55-ii (1785): 820.

Norris, -----.  70-i (1800): 467 [?].

Norris, Rev. John (theologian, poet, and philosopher; 1657-1712).  3 (1733): 312.

Norris, Thomas (antiquary and campanologist; 1730-84).  56-i (1786): 339-340.

Nugent, Robert (later Robert Craggs), 1st Earl Nugent (politician and poet; 1702-88).  6 (1736): 210-211; 9 (1739): 151, 156; 10 (1740): 407.

O’Brien, Lady Susan Strangways.  63-ii (1793): [ii] [?].

O’Bryen, Dennis (playwright and Foxite pamphleteer; 1755-1832).  56-ii (1786): 1145.

Oakham, Thomas (sailor).  29 (1759): 178-179; 31 (1761): 37.

Oats, Hugh (of Devonshire).  8 (1738): 103; 18 (1748): 516-517.

Oddy, W. J.  61-ii (1791): 1140; 62-i (1792): 263-264, 461 (2), 558; 62-ii (1792): 846, 848, 1135-1136.

Odell, Rev. Jonathan (Loyalist clergyman and physician in New Jersey; 1737-1818).  47 (1777): 188; 67-ii (1797): 966.

Ogilvie, Rev. John (clergyman and poet; 1733-1813).  31 (1761): 40; 34 (1764): 189.

Ogle, George (classicist and translator; bapt. 1704; d. 1746).  6 (1736): 221 [?]; 9 (1739): 40; 10 (1740): 254 [?]; 19 (1749): 279 [?].

Okely, Francis (editor of religious works; 1719-94).  39 (1769): 601.

Oland, William, of Marshfield (maltster; ca. 1723-85).  17 (1747): 95; 26 (1756): 356; 29 (1759): 539; 31 (1761): 89; 32 (1762): 39 [?], 138; 33 (1763): 38; 37 (1767): 422, 423 (2), 470-471; 38 (1768): 40; 39 (1769): 602; 40 (1770): 40, 86-87, 478-479; 43 (1773): 613, 614; 44 (1774): 87, 435; 45 (1775): 94-95; 46 (1776): 36, 523-524, 571; 48 (1778): 40, 536, 600; 49 (1779): 94 (2), 208, 317-318, 318, 608; 50 (1780): 37, 90-91, 143 (4), 583; 51 (1781): 38-39, 236 (2), 283; 52 (1782): 40, 591.

Oneby, John (counsellor at law; ca. 1582-1662).  47 (1777): 316n.

Oram, Samuel Marsh (attorney; 1765-91).  59-ii (1789): 1131 (2); 60-i (1790): 74.

Osborne, Francis (author of Advice to a Son and friend of Thomas Hobbes; 1593-1659).  64-ii (1794): 652 (2).

Osborne, Francis, 5th Duke of Leeds (politician; 1751-99).  31 (1761): 422.

Otway, Thomas (poet and playwright; 1652-85).  63-ii (1793): 991.

Owen, John (epigrammatist and schoolmaster; 1560?-1622).  48 (1778): 328;  58-ii (1788): 780.

Owen, Rev. Goronwy (Welsh poet; 1723-69).  51 (1781): 88; 66-i (1796): 510.

Pack, Richardson (army officer; 1682-1728).   19 (1749): 132-133).

Paget, Thomas Catesby, Baron Paget (poet and politician; 1689-1742).  6 (1736): 104; 8 (1738): 272.

Pallmer, J.  70-ii (1800): 600 [2nd 600] (2).

Palmer, ----- (b. 1743).  27 (1757): 423.

Palmer, Joseph (Budworth) (miscellaneous writer; 1756-1815).  62-ii (1792): 941-942; 63-ii (1793): 845, 1204; 64-ii (1794): 1129; 65-i (1795): 60-61, 238-239; 66-i (1796): 152; 67-ii (1797): 597-598; 68-ii (1798): 884; 70-ii (1800): 978, 1082-1084.

Park, Thomas (antiquary and bibliographer; 1759-1834).  63-ii (1793): 906; 67-ii (1797): 781; 70-ii (1800): 830.

Parkyns, Sir Thomas (JP and popularist of wrestling; 1664-1741).  7 (1737): 182 [?].

Parnell, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1679-1718).  9 (1739): 656; 44 (1774): 589-590.

Parr, Rev. Samuel (schoolmaster, divine, and conversationalist; 1747-1825).  57-ii (1787): 720 (3).

Parrat, -----.  10 (1740): 88.

Parsons, William (poet; fl. 1785-1824).  57-i (1787): 257-258, 350.

Passerat, Jean (poet and satirist; 1534-1602).  10 (1740): 595.

Patten, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; ca. 1714-90).  9 (1739): 267.

Paul, Rev. Thomas (clergyman; ca. 1648-72).  48 (1778): 135-136 [?].

Payne, John (bookseller; d. 1787).  14 (1744): 610; 15 (1745): 606; 45 (1775): 144.

Pearce, William (poet and librettist; fl. 1785-96).  63-ii (1793): 654.

Pearsall, Rev. Richard (Dissenter and religious writer; 1698-1762).  6 (1736): 417.

Peckard, Martha Ferrar (poet; 1729-1805).  25 (1755): 37; 59-ii (1789): 748.

Peckard, Rev. Peter, Dean of Peterborough (divine, sermon-writer, and opponent of the slave trade; bapt. 1717; d. 1797).  59-ii (1789): 748.

Pegge, Rev. Samuel, the Elder (antiquary; 1704-96).  24 (1754): 309; 60-ii (1790): 940.

Penn, William (civil servant in the Colonial Office and miscellaneous writer; 1776-1845).  65-i (1795): 326.

Pennant, Thomas (traveler and naturalist; 1726-98).  41 (1771): 230.

Pennell, Rev. Peter (clergyman; 1705-64).  29 (1759): 29-30.

Pennington, Elizabeth (poet; 1732-59).  35 (1765): 231.

Penny, Anne Hughes (novelist, poet, and playwright; bapt. 1729; d. 1780/4 [sic]).  50 (1780): 143; 55-i (1785): 385 (2); 55-ii (1785): 736 (2).

Penrose, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1743-79).  69-ii (1799): 1177, 1177-1178.

Pentycross, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1748-1808).  60-ii (1790): 1200.

Pepys, Sir William Waller (literary scholar and member of the Blue Stocking circle; 1740-1825).  56-i (1786): 249 (2).

Percy, Thomas (nephew of Thomas Percy, Bishop of Dromore, and co-editor of Reliques of Ancient English Poetry; 1768-1808).  48 (1778): 183; 49 (1779): 319-320; 56-i (1786): 249-250 [?].

Perfect, Dr. William (surgeon and poet; 1740-1809).  45 (1775): 292, 339-340; 46 (1776): 326; 47 (1777): 87, 286; 55-ii (1785): 641-642, 818-819, 906-907; 56-i (1786): 155-156; 56-ii (1786): 602 (2), 793 (4), 888-889, 982-983, 1074-1075, 1144; 57-i (1787): 171-172, 259-260, 349-350, 525-526; 57-ii (1787): 716, 717; 58-i (1788): 444-445; 61-i (1791): 567; 61-ii (1791): 758, 1142; 62-i (1792): 71-72; 62-ii (1792): 752; 64-ii (1794): 844-846; 66-i (1796): 324, 325; 66-ii (1796): 863-864.

Perkins, Dr. John (physician).  69-ii (1799): 605.

Perkins, H. (tallow chandler, retired since his blindness).  4 (1734): 444 [2nd 444].

Perkins, Peter (lived near Wakefield).  19 (1749): 565.

Perkins, W.  2 (1732): 1075.

Pesselier, Charles Étienne (playwright and writer of works on education and finance; 1712-63).  18 (1748): 470.

Peterson, H. (of Great Berkhamsted, Herts.).  63-ii (1793): 1204.

Petrie, Captain John George (d. 1753).  32 (1762): 382.

Petronius (Roman satirist at the court of Nero; d. ca. A.D. 66).  43 (1773): 614.

Phelan, John (librarian to the College of Physicians).  65-i (1795): 510-511.

Philips, Ambrose (poet; bapt. 1674; d. 1749).  4 (1734): 94; 9 (1739): 493.

Philips, John (poet; 1676-1709).  14 (1744): 387; 20 (1750): 131; 55-i (1785): 304; 69-i (1799): 455.

Philips, Katherine Fowler (poet; 1632-64).  14 (1744): 389.

Phillips, Edward (dramatist; fl. 1730-39).  7 (1737): 693 (2).

Phipps, Constantine John, 2nd Baron Mulgrave (Lord of the Admiralty; 1744-92).  50 (1780): 193.

Pierres, François Joachim de, comte de Lyon and Cardinal de Bernis (politician and diplomat; 1715-94).  20 (1750): 470; 21 (1751): 37.

Pilkington, John Carteret (boy soprano; 1730-63).  25 (1755): 324.

Pilkington, Laetitia (author of memoirs; 1712-50).  2 (1732): 1077; 3 (1733): 321; 15 (1745): 380-381; 18 (1748): 153, 565-566; 22 (1752): 528; 24 (1754): 355.

Pilkington, Rev. Matthew (poet; fl. 1729-33).  5 (1735): 154.

Pilon, Frederick (actor and dramatist; 1750-88).  48 (1778): 535-536; 50 (1780): 92; 51 (1781): 283.

Pindar (Greek lyric poet; ca. 522-443 B.C.).  66-i (1796): 328; 67-i (1797): 512; 69-ii (1799): 559n.

Piozzi, Hester Lynch [formerly Hester Lynch Thrale] (friend of Samuel Johnson; 1741-1821).  33 (1763): 459; 49 (1779): 368; 51 (1781): 134 [?]; 56-ii (1786): 699 (2); 57-i (1787): 257, 258; 60-i (1790): 73; 61-i (1791): 4; 66-i (1796): 237-238.

Pitt, Rev. Christopher (poet; 1699-1748).  9 (1739): 39; 16 (1746): 37; 22 (1752): 136-137; 43 (1773): 93, 94; 45 (1775): 193; 46 (1776): 135; 49 (1779): 261; 65-ii (1795): 806.

Pitt, Rev. Robert (clergyman; 1693-1730).  45 (1775): 193.

Plumptre, Dr. Huntingdon (physician and poet; bapt. 1601/2; d. 1660).  69-ii (1799): 924-925.

Polignac, Melchior de (author of the Anti-Lucretius; 1661-1742).  18 (1748): 218-219; 23 (1753): 386, 438, 486, 532.

Polwhele, Rev. Richard (historian of Devon and Cornwall; 1760-1838).  57-i (1787): 438-439; 57-ii (1787): 717, 718-719, 1108; 58-i (1788): 250; 61-ii (1791): 1222; 65-i (1795): 455; 65-ii (1795): 600; 66-i (1796): 368.

Pope, Alexander (poet; 1688-1744).  1 (1731): 163, 306; 3 (1733): 96 (2), 150 (2), 205, 319; 4 (1734): 43, 96, 97-98, 157 [misnumbered as 751], 212-213, 325, 382, 442-443 [2nd 442-2nd 443], 501, 561, 619, 694 (2), 747; 5 (1735): 41, 45, 95, 154, 253 [2nd 253]; 6 (1736): 286, 348, 548; 8 (1738): 377; 9 (1739): 44, 322, 323 (2), 490; 10 (1740): 138; 11 (1741): 45, 548 [2nd 548], 604, 660; 12 (1742): 100, 102; 13 (1743): 321, 490; 550; 14 (1744): 611; 15 (1745): 164; 16 (1746): 104, 158; 17 (1747): 444; 18 (1748): 210; 19 (1749): 392; 22 (1752): 184-185, 468, 469; 23 (1753): 242; 24 (1754): 431, 560 [?]; 27 (1757): 277; 29 (1759): 382; 30 (1760): 289; 43 (1773): 244; 47 (1777): 464n; 57-i (1787): 351; 59-i (1789): 182; 61-ii (1791): 892; 66-i (1796): 6; 68-i (1798): 391 [misnumbered as 2nd 383]; 69-i (1799): 123, 124 (2), 452 (2); 69-ii (1799): 841; 70-ii (1800): 1123.

Porson, Richard (Greek scholar; 1759-1808).  56-ii (1786): 789.

Portal, Abraham (dramatist; fl. 1758-96).  33 (1763): 457.

Porter, -----.  14 (1744): 44 [?].

Potter, Rev. Robert (translator of Æschylus, Euripides, and Sophocles; 1721-1804).  69-ii (1799): 1026.

Powys, Rev. Thomas, Dean of Bristol and later of Canterbury (divine; ca. 1737-1809).  37 (1767): 137.

Poynton, Thomas (described as “a Pauper”).  53-ii (1783): 607.

Pratt, Samuel Jackson (miscellaneous writer; 1749-1814).  55-i (1785): 136, 386-387; 55-ii (1785): 820-821, 821, 909, 992; 56-ii (1786): 604, 983; 57-ii (1787): 1106; 59-i (1789): 556; 59-ii (1789): 1036-1037; 61-ii (1791): 1044; 66-i (1796): 240.

Preston, William.  51 (1781): 434-435, 481-482.

Price, Henry, of Poole (land-waiter).  8 (1738): 651; 11 (1741): 601; 40 (1770): 386 (2).

Prince, John Henry (Methodist minister and miscellaneous writer; b. 1770; d. in or after 1818).  69-ii (1799): 693.

Prior, Matthew (poet and diplomat; 1664-1721).  4 (1734): 500; 14 (1744): 503; 15 (1745): 217; 16 (1746): 699; 17 (1747): 290; 18 (1748): 181; 44 (1774): 16; 54-ii (1784): 596.

Prior, Rev. Edward (clergyman; b. ca. 1699).  49 (1779): 250-251.

Pryme, Rev. Abraham de la (antiquary; 1672-1704).  17 (1747): 23-24.

Puddicombe, John Newell (usher at Dulwich College; b. ca. 1758).  50 (1780): 436; 53-i (1783): 64; 55-ii (1785): 557-558, 643-644; 56-ii (1786): 886-887.

Pugh, Rev. James Henry (b. ca. 1774).  66-ii (1796): 688.

Pughe, William Owen [formerly William Owen] (Welsh lexicographer, antiquary, and editor of Welsh literary works; 1759-1835).  58-ii (1788): 821 [?]; 59-ii (1789): 1077-1078 [?]; 60-i (1790): 214 [?].

Pullein [Pullen], Rev. Samuel (poet and writer on silk culture; fl. 1758).  23 (1753): 582; 28 (1758): 372.

Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath (statesman; 1684-1764).  11 (1741): 101; 26 (1756): 192.

Purver, Hannah.  29 (1759): 431.

Pye, Henry James (poet laureate; 1745-1813).  33 (1763): 40, 457-458; 36 (1766): 234-235; 52 (1782): 136; 61-i (1791): 67, 565; 62-i (1792): 556; 63-i (1793): 68, 556; 64-i (1794): 65, 553; 65-i (1795): 60, 508; 66-i (1796): 61, 508; 67-i (1797): 60, 508; 68-i (1798): 60, 518; 68-ii (1798): 880, 978; 69-i (1799): 60, 420, 508; 69-ii (1799): 604, 973; 70-i (1800): 69, 370, 561.

Pye, S.  66-i (1796): 327-328.

Pye-Waters, Rev. Edward.  58-i (1788): 347 (4), 347-348.

Pythagoras (mathematician and philosopher; ca. 570-ca. 490 B.C.).  69-ii (1799): 752.

Racine, Louis (writer of religious poetry; 1692-1763).  21 (1751): 230.

Radcliffe, Ann (novelist; 1764-1823).  64-ii (1794): 653; 68-i (1798): 428.

Radcliffe, Anna Maria Webb, Countess of Derwentwater (wife of Sir James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater [1689-1716], who was attainted for treason and beheaded following the Jacobite rising of the ’Fifteen; 1692/3-1723).  50 (1780): 90.

Ralegh, Sir Walter (naval commander; 1554-1618).  9 (1739): 598.

Ralph, James (Opposition journalist and miscellaneous writer; 1705?-62).  3 (1733): 96; 17 (1747): 338.

Ramsay, Allan (poet; 1686-1758).  7 (1737): 507; 12 (1742): 13 (1743): 488-489; 491; 20 (1750): 325; 55-i (1785): 345.

Ramsay, John, of Ochterlyre, Stirling.  63-i (1793): 389.

Randolph, Thomas (poet; bapt. 1605; d. 1635).  42 (1772): 535, 536 (2).

Rastrick, Rev. John (Presbyterian minister; 1650-1727).  59-ii (1789): 1033-1034.

Raynes, Rev. Edward Robert, archdeacon of Lewes, Sussex (divine; d. 1823).  70-ii (1800): 1189 [?].

Redman, Dr. Jones (physician; d. 1763).  35 (1765): 432 (3), 432 [?], 477-478, 478.

Reed, Isaac (editor of Shakespeare; 1742-1807).  31 (1761): 231.

Rees, David.  63-i (1793): 371.

Reid, William Hamilton (silver-buckle-maker and self-taught linguist, topographer, and antiquary; d. 1826).  56-i (1786): 340; 57-i (1787): 173; 57-ii (1787): 626, 818, 1178; 58-i (1788): 158-159, 252; 58-ii (1788): 636, 733, 915; 59-i (1789): [ii], 258, 353, 452, 555; 59-ii (1789): 650-651, 842, 1130; 60-i (1790): [ii], 70-71, 163, 450, 555, 650; 60-ii (1790): 939, 1034-1035, 1128-1129; 61-i (1791): 264, 367-368, 567; 61-ii (1791): 759 (2), 856, 1142-1143, 1143; 62-i (1792): 262; 62-ii (1792): 846 (2); 63-i (1793): 359, 360, 463 (2); 64-i (1794): 165, 364 (7); 64-ii (1794): 745-746, 748 (4); 65-i (1795): 512;  67-ii (1797): 1056 (3); 68-i (1798): 60-61; 69-i (1799): 511 (2), 512; 70-ii (1800): 949, 980.

Relph, Rev. Josiah, of Sebergham (poet; 1712-43).  25 (1755): 468.

Renwick, William (Royal Navy surgeon and miscellaneous writer; bapt. 1740; d. 1814).  36 (1766): 427.

Rhudde, Rev. John (clergyman; d. 1778).  23 (1753): 584; 24 (1754): 477; 33 (1763): 251; 34 (1764): 90, 91 [?], 92.

Riccaltoun, Robert (Scottish divine and poet; 1691-1769).  10 (1740): 256.

Richards, Rev. George (clergyman and poet; bapt. 1767; d. 1837).  61-i (1791): 670.

Richards, Rev. W. (dead by the end of 1751).  21 (1751): 134.

Richardson, -----, Senior.  50 (1780): 291-292.

Richardson, Robert (ca. 1736-62).  34 (1764): 138.

Richardson, Samuel (novelist; 1689-1761).  6 (1736): 51.

Rickman, Thomas “Clio” (bookseller and radical writer; 1761-1834).  65-i (1795): 511.

Rider, Rev. William (miscellaneous writer; 1723-85).  11 (1741): 47, 272, 382; 12 (1742): 384, 492; 13 (1743): 267, 376, 490, 607, 660; 14 (1744): 558, 614; 15 (1745): 103, 326, 440; 16 (1746): 101; 18 (1748): 469; 20 (1750): 86; 21 (1751): 374, 566, 567; 22 (1752): 235, 530, 578; 25 (1755): 373.

Ridley, Sir Matthew White (Member of Parliament; 1745-1813).  59-ii (1789): 939.

Ring, John (surgeon; 1752-1821).  64-i (1794): 459; 66-i (1796): 209.

Ritson, Joseph (antiquary; 1752-1803).  61-ii (1791): 1045-1046.

Rivers, Rev. David (Dissenting minister in Highgate).  68-ii (1798): 705, 796; 69-i (1799): 239.

Robert Curthose, Duke of Normandy (b. in or after 1050; d. 1134).  64-ii (1794): 981.

Roberts, Rev. William Hayward (1734-91).  61-ii (1791): 852-853.

Robertson, -----.  62-ii (1792): 944.

Robertson, Alexander, 13th Baron of Struan (Jacobite clan chief and poet; ca. 1670-1749).  7 (1737): 564.

Robertson, James (actor and poet).  40 (1770): 134, 280 [1st 280].

Robertson, John (journeyman barber in Derby).  39 (1769): 47.

Robertson, Rev. Joseph (divine and literary critic; 1726-1802).  21 (1751): 421 [?]; 25 (1755): 84 [?]; 62-i (1792): 68-69; 66-ii (1796): 725.

Robinson, ----- (schoolboy son of a clergyman near Lichfield).  62-i (1792): 559-560.

Robinson, Dr. Anthony (acting lieutenant in infantry company on Jamaica; dead by the end of 1789).  59-i (1789): 161.

Robinson, Mary “Perdita” (actress, poet, and mistress of George, Prince of Wales; 1756/1758?-1800).  63-i (1793): 263; 64-ii (1794): 1033, 1033-1034; 67-i (1797): 62-63; 69-i (1799): 253.

Robinson, Rev. Robert (Dissenting preacher; 1726/7-91).  59-ii (1789): 843; 60-i (1790): 165, 356, 357; 61-ii (1791): 1233.

Robson, -----.  51 (1781): 124 (2).

Rodd, Thomas, the Elder (bookseller and poet; 1763-1822).  69-ii (1799): 1069-1070.

Rogers, Daniel (diplomat and Latin poet; ca. 1538-1591).  70-ii (1800): 1136.

Rogers, Rev. Samuel (schoolmaster; ca. 1731-90).  21 (1751): 516; 22 (1752): 328.

Rolt, Richard (playwright; bapt. 1724; d. 1770).  18 (1748): 134, 373; 34 (1764): 593 (4).

Ronsard, Pierre de (poet; 1524-85).  65-ii (1795): 773 (4); 67-ii (1797): 596-597, 597 (2).

Roscoe, William (historian; 1753-1831).  66-ii (1796): 863, 952; 68-ii (1798): 707-708; 69-i (1799): 508-509; 70-ii (1800): 773.

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, 4th Earl of (poet; 1637-85).  65-ii (1795): 617.

Rossil, ----- (schoolmaster in Leicester).  53-ii (1783): 960.

Rowe, Elizabeth (poet and miscellaneous writer; 1674-1737).  5 (1735): 253 [2nd 253], 324; 9 (1739): 98; 10 (1740): 89, 196; 39 (1769): 503-504 [?].

Rowe, Nicholas (playwright and poet; 1674-1718).  3 (1733): 177; 6 (1736): 75; 9 (1739): 44; 69-ii (1799): 852n.

Rowe, Thomas (poet; 1687-1715).  9 (1739): 284.

Rowland, Mary.  11 (1741): 157.

Rudd, Rev. Abraham Blackstone (b. 1752 or 1753; d. 1794).  61-ii (1791): 949-950.

Russel, Richard (nonjuror and co-editor of the Grub-Street Journal; 1685-1756).  1 (1731): 154 [?], 306 [?], 400 [?], 452 [?]; 2 (1732): 564 [misnumbered as 645] [?], 567 [?], 820 [?], 845 [?], 921 [?], 1068 [?]; 3 (1733): 600 [?], 656 [?], 659 [?]; 4 (1734): 99 [?], 272 [?], 327 [?], 386 [?]; 5 (1735): 102 [?], 160 [?].

Russell, George.  51 (1781): 383.

Russell, Rev. Thomas (poet; 1762-88).  58-i (1788): 62-63; 58-ii (1788): 753; 62-ii (1792): 749.

Russell, William (historian; 1741-93).  49 (1779): 511-512.

Ryland, John (merchant and friend of Samuel Johnson; 1717-98).  17 (1747): 146 [?], 241 [?] (2), 241-242 [?], 338 [?].

Sackette, Rev. John (poet; d. 1753).  11 (1741): 601; 12 (1742): 48, 532; 13 (1743): 213; 14 (1744): 43; 15 (1745): 159, 213, 326, 384 (2); 16 (1746): 215, 379 (2), 434 (3), 435, 491 (2), 551, 607 (2); 17 (1747): 194; 18 (1748): 232 (2), 280 [misnumbered as 80] (2), 374 (2), 420, 472, 568 (3); 19 (1749): 85, 373; 20 (1750): 566; 21 (1751): 568; 53-ii (1783): 928n.

Sackville, Charles, 2nd Duke of Dorset (politician; 1711-69).  4 (1734): 100; 48 (1778): 431.

Sackville, Charles, 6th Earl of Dorset (poet; 1643-1706).  15 (1745): 45; 16 (1746): 538-539 [?].

Saffold, Thomas (astrologer and purveyor of quack cures for venereal disease; bapt. 1620?; d. 1691).  5 (1735): 10.

Samwell, David (surgeon; d. 1799).  60-ii (1790): 650; 61-ii (1791): 1142; 62-ii (1792): 1040; 65-i (1795): 151; 67-i (1797): 148; 68-i (1798): 157.

Sanderson, Thomas (poet and schoolmaster; 1759-1829).  66-ii (1796): 775 [?]; 67-ii (1797): 693-694; 68-i (1798): 332, 426 (2), 519; 68-ii (1798): 611-612.

Santevil, -----.  24 (1754): 237.

Saunders, Rev. William (clergyman in Bristol; b. ca. 1715?).  12 (1742): 540, 597, 597 [?], 598, 652; 13 (1743): 99, 265.

Savage, Rev. William (clergyman; ca. 1546-1619).  68-ii (1798): 1135.