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A.D.

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Miss Williams' Miscellanies

• 344

Chambers in Garden Court. . 345

1766. English Society in Paris 346

Society in London.

Johnson and Garrick

Goldsmith, Boswell, and John-

son

350

The Big Man

351

Boswell and Mr. Pitt

352

(14th January.) Burke enters

Parliament.

353

His first speeches .

354

Extraordinary news at the Club 354

The Vicar of Wakefield.

The Newberys.

356

Popularity of the Vicar. . 357

Purpose of the Story.

Social truths

359

Gibbet legislation

360

Charles Primrose and Abraham

Adams

361

First purely domestic Novel . 362

The Flamborough and Prim-

rose Girls.

363

Family groups.

364

Herder and Goethe.

The Reviews

. 369

Poems for Young Ladies . 370

Beauties of English Poesy. . 371

At the Theatre .

372

The Clandestine Marriage . 373

Colman and Garrick.

374

Thoughts of a Comedy.

Social amusements

377

Conversation Cooke.

378

Patagonians.

379

Lord Rockingham retires 380

Mr. Pitt and a new arrange-

ment

380

The Earl of Chatham

. 381

The Bute and Bubb Dodington

system.

381

Lord Rockingham's error 382

Members of the new admi-

nistration

383

Charles Townshend

384

Endeavour to secure Burke

Burke's power in opposition

Influence of faction on litera-

ture

387

Pamphleteering

388

Its heroes

389

Paris and London

390

Huine and Rousseau.

391

(28th Dec.) Goldsmith writes a

Grammar for 5 guineas

1767. (6th January) Borrowsa guinea 392

At work on his Comedy 393

Johnson's interview with the

King.

394

Goldsmith listening

396

Good Natur'd Man sent to

Garrick.

397

Garrick and Goldsmith

Garrick's excuses.

. 399

Honeywood.

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Without and Within

543

Dedication to Reynolds 544

Farewell to Poetry

545

(May) Chatterton in London , 546

The disorder caused by Hunger 547

A three months' struggle · 548

Its close.

549

Goldsmith and the Hornecks

at Calais

550

At Lisle

551

At Paris

552

Letter to Reynolds

. 553

A leap at Versailles

555

Death of Goldsmith's mother. 556

Lives of Parnell and Boling-

broke

557

1771. At Lord Clare's

Lord Camden

559

Haunch of Venison

• 560

Poet-pensioners

561

Parson Scott

Panurge and Cinna

563

Horace Walpole

First Royal Academy dinner 565

Goldsmith and Rowley. 566

Walpole and Chatterton 567

Henry Grattan.

568

Judge Day describes Goldsmith 569

The Grecian Coffee-house

570

A challenge

A round of pleasures

572

Penance

573

Card-playing

574

At work on another Comedy 575

Kelly's fall, and rise of Cumber-

land

576

At Hyde Farm

577

English History

578

Defeat of Lord North's majo-

rities

578

Edmund Burke attacked 579

Accused of writing Junius . 580

Attack of Junius on Garrick , 581

Burke and the Whig Lords

Aristocratic influences

583

Burke's character by Goldsmith 584

Tommy Townshend and John-

son's pension.

585

(August) The English History 586

Habits at Hyde

587

Letter to Bennet Langton 588

Little Comedy become Mrs.

Bunbury

589

Garrick and Goldsmith

590

Sports at Barton

591

Letter to Mrs. Bunbury

1772. Mr. Cradock

Threnodia Augustalis

596

Johnson put to the question 597

Boswell

5.98

Colley Cibber and Dryden 599

Conversation at Oglethorpe's . 600

Animated Nature

601

Failure in a new novel

602

Gibbon and Goldsmith . 603

Essays

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

FIRST BOOK.

PAGE
TITLE (THE CRADLE AND TOMB) i
FRONTISPIECE (OCCUPATIONS PRECED-
ING AUTHORSHIP)

1
GOLDSMITH LEARNING HIS LETTERS 3
THE SIZAR AND BALLAD-SINGER . 20
GOLDSMITH AND HIS COLLEGE TUTOR 25

THE ALEHOUSE AT BALLYMAHOX
THE RECEPTION AT BALLYMAHOX
GOLDSMITH AND VOLTAIRE.
THE RECEPTION IN LONDON
Poor PHYSICIAN TO POOR
AT DOCTOR MILNER'S

PAGE

27 33 52 58 61 64

SECOND BOOK.
FRONTISPIECE (WRITING FOR BREAD) 77 AN ACTHOR AND HIS READERS
AT THE DUNCIAD

80 GREEN ARBOUR COURT
GOLDSMITH AND HORACE WALPOLE. 91 GOLDSMITH AND HIS LANDLADY
GOLDSMITH'S GARRET

102 MR. PERCY VISITS GOLDSMITH

121 137

. 141

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FOURTH BOOK.
FRONTISPIECE (DIGNITIES OF AC-

THE LANDING AT CALAIS

550 THORSHIP)

451 THE ROYAL ACADEMY DINNER AFTER THE COMEDY

462 BOSWELL'S ELECTION TO THE CLUB , 652 THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLIDAY

477 GOLDSMITH AND REYNOLDS AT VAUXIN WESTMINSTER ABBEY AND ON

HALL

675 TEMPLE BAR

495 THE AUTHOR'S PRESENT AND FUTURE 698 GARRICK AND THE BLOOM-COLOURED Солт

513

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