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Memoirs of Mr. Peter Collinson ...

.........309 William Cowper, M. D. ...

....316 Mr. George Edwards ...

317
Bryan Fairfax, Esq.......
Richard Frank, Esq........
Alexander Gordon, M. A. .
William Hall, Esq...
Nicholas Hardinge, Esq. ......
Henry Hare, Lord Colerane ..
George Holmes, Esq. ....
Rev. Samuel Knight, D.D..
Stephen-Martin Leake, Esq. ....
Smart Lethicullier, Esq.......

..368 John Locker, Esq. ............

372 William Locker, Esq. ......

373
Rev.Charles Lyttelton, D.D. Bishop of Carlisle 378
Mr. William Maitland ........
Mr. Thomas Martin ..................
Edward Rowe-Mores, Esq. M. A. ......
Rev. Conyers Middleton, D.D. .......
Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. ..

.423
William Nicholas, Esq. ......... ......... 426
Rev. George North, M. A.....
David Papillon, Esq. ........

470 James Parsons, M. D.........

472 Richard Rawlinson, LL. D....

489 Rev. William Stukeley, M. D...

... 499 Sir Peter Thompson .........

511
Rev. Nicholas Tindal, M. A........ 515
John Ward, LL. D............
Rev. Francis Wise, B. D........

527 No. XI. Memoirs of Bishop Warburton ......

529 XII.

Mr. Ephraim Chambers ..... 659 XIII. Addition to Mr. Thomas Baker ......... 662 XIV. Epitaph on Bishop Halifax.

. 664 XV. Memoirs of Mr. Joseph Strutt..... .......665 XVI. - Rev. John Free, D.D. .... ......687 XVII. Additions and Corrections ...............696—12

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ESSAYS

ESSAYS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

REFERRED TO IN THE

LITERARY ANECDOTES

OF THE

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.

No. I.

EDWARD CAVE.
(See vol. II. p. 44; vol. IV. p. 95.)

“ THE curiosity of the publick seems to demand the history of every man who has by whatever means risen to eminence; and few lives would have more readers than that of the Compiler of The Gentleman's Magazine, if all those who received improvement or entertainment from him should retain so much kindness for their Benefactor as to enquire after his conduct and character.

EDWARD CAVE was born at Newton in Warwickshire, Feb. 29, 1691. His father was the youngest, son of Mr. Edward Cave, of Cave's in the Hole, a lone house, on the Street-road in the same county, which took its name from the occupier ; but, having concurred with his elder brother in cutting off the intail of a small hereditary estate, by which act it VOL. V. B

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