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Twelfth-Night, er What you will, explained, 7. n. 255.

defended. 311, 312.

Two Gentlemen of Verona, Spurious. 274.

Winter's tale. The story faulty, 40, 41, n.

SOCRATES. 107. 282.
SOPHOCLES, bis improvement of the flage, 115, and n, 116,

n. bis Electra, 63. Oedipus, 71. Ajax, 71, 72. 300.

PhiloEtetes explained, 247. defended. 45, n.
Spencer, passages explained, 39, n. 154, n. 316. explain-

ed and corre&ed, 193, 194. 199. 200. 234, 235, 2.
Stage, fee tragedy, comedy.
STRABO, cited and illuftrated. 93.
Sublime, true. 98.
Subscribe, subscription, 291, 292.
Superstition and wickedness united. 51.
Swearing on the sword. 61, n.
SYDNEY, Sir Philip, his remarks on our tragedies and come

dies, 75, 76. his bad metre, 343, 344. charakterized in

Spencer. 39.
Exõua wag' imóvolav, a figure in rhetoric used by Shake-

Speare. 173.

T.
Tangere, meaniug of the word. 291.
Tait, modern, 16. 28. taft corrupted introduces depravity of

morals, 33, 34. critical tast, how to be acquired. 149,

150. 344, 345
TERENCE, 130, 131, 282, 322, 323, 324. his art in draw-

ing the character of Demea. 88, 89.
THEOCRITUS, corrected. 123. 224, 245.
THESPIS, the inventor of fage plays. I!!.

T

TIBULLUS, corre&ted. 111, n.
Touch, touches, 291.
Tragedy,its rife and progress. B. I. Sect. XIV. defined. 42. 73.
Tragic character, 46. 81, 82. tragical paffions, 66, 67,
Tragi-comedy. B. I. Sect. XIII,
Tgufwdia. 121.
True-penny. 10, n.
Truth, poetic, 99. necessarily per fued. 150.
Tutelar deities. 196, 197. fee Daemon.
Túxn. 193.
Tyranny, personated, 145, 146. its influence on arts and

sciences. 109. 110. B. I. Sect. XV.
Tyrannic passions, 49, 50.
TYRTAEUS, explained and corrected. 227, 228,

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V consonant in Latin changed into W by the Englift. 2112
Verbs, applied properly to one fubftantive, and improperly to

the other. 6, n.
Verses, treated of, 329, &c. &c.
Veffel, for body. 219.

The Vice, a droll character in our old plays. 7, &c. n.
55 VIRGIL, bis character, 134. n a flatterer of Odavius, 133.

noted, ibid. Romans characterized in his poem, 157, 158.
whether be errs in his chief character. 65, n. character of
Camilla, 84, 85. of Dido, 64, 65, n. pallages explained.
196. 243. 251. 320. explained and defended, 4, &c. n.
corrected. 286. 332 333.

U.

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Unity, fee Whole. Unities of time and place, 73, 74, and a.
unity of character. 91. for Character.

Vossius, noted. 334.
Utterance, 45, 50, n.

W.

Weather. 207, n.
Weird. 43, 44, n.
Whift. 207, n.
Whole. 67, 68, and n. 74. 153.
Drack.
Dreate. 206.
Women. 33. 84, n.
Wonder, Jee Admiration.

X.

XENOPHON, bis Agrope. explained, 231, corrected, 121, 122,

n. bis Eup. cxplained and corrected. 249, 250.

z.

Zany. 11, n.
Zeal, per fonated. 145. its influence on arts and sciences, 29,

30, n. 34, 35.

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