Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley (eds), Correspondence of Thomas Gray, Vol. 3: 1766–1771

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Aeolian Lyre and Harp: 248, 249
Aix-la-Chapelle, Peace of: 121, 148
Apollo Belvedere: 112
Apothecary's shop in the country: 435
Axminster-carpets: 467
Bartholomew Fair: 422, 423
Blue Coat (Vice-Chancellor's Servant): 114, 150
Books, conversation of: 58*
Books, list of, for Pembroke Library: 121
Buffalo from Babylon: 126
Burslem pottery: 486
Burying-tickets: 168
Calendar, old and new style: 50 n. 2, 89, 169 n. 1
Card games: 'Whisk': 131;
Brag 212
'Carlisle history': 402
Carnival: 74, 96
Chimpanzee: 126
China: 375
Cistern, Great: 109
City Remonstrance: 525
Coade's artificial stone: 444 n. 5
Coffee houses: 144;
Dick's 94, 99, 115;
Rainbow 94;
at Cambridge 380, 461, 512 n. 1
Comédie Française: 60
Conclave: 80, 81, 85, 90, 92, 93
Convention of Madrid: 109
Cooking: French 60;
Italian 78, 79, 81; 114, 230;
recipe for caviche 329, 330;
for dressing perch 511
Coronation: 325, 338, 339, 344, 345
Costume and Dress: 59, 61, 72, 79, 99, 120, 197, 231* n. 1, 237, 306, 533
Cottonian Library: 471
Dragon of Wantley: 46, 281, 282, 283
Druids: 218, 239, 261, 262, 263, 269
East India Company: 441
Epidemics and infectious diseases: 181;
'here is a malignant fever in the town' 182;
the measles 199;
'there is a bad fever now very frequent' 251;
'the sore throat' 296;
the small-pox 309
Exhibition of pictures (forerunner of Royal Academy): 321
Fairs: 97
Falkirk, Battle of: 117
Family prayers: 373, 390
Fires: in Cornhill 145, 307;
in Westminster Hall 311;
at Pembroke College 464
French invasion expected: 296, 297, 307
Furniture: some of Gray's stored by Wharton 285, 347;
'rout-chairs' for Wharton 363; 467
Gardening and Gardens: cockle-shells, grottos &c. 192;
Gray and Mason pg 1368consulted about the grounds at Old Park 296;
the gardens at Chatsworth 'in the French style' 363;
'the only taste we can call our own, the only proof of our original talent . . . our skill in gardening' 375;
gardening in China 375; 376;
gardens &c. at Glamis 411;
'Mr. Brown's little garden' 461;
Nicholls's garden 499
Glass, optical: 505, 506, 508*
Glass, painted and stained: 306, 333
Gormogon: 133
Harleian Catalogue: 297, 298
Harleian Library: 516
Hermaphrodite from Guinea: 126
Hogan (ale): 27
Hungary Water: 6, 9
'Hutchinson-Jargon': 115
Insurance against fire: 196, 285, 309, 368
'Irish Disturbances': 308
Irish Lords Justices: 330, 331
Jacobites: 329
James's Powder: 182
Jesuits: 286, 292
Jews: 545*
Jubilee of Pembroke Hall: 114
King's Library, Westminster: 320
Kloster-Zeven, Convention of: 241 n. 27, 325
Lampoons: 206
Laureateship: 258*, 258**, 258***, 259, 261
Law, as a profession: 91
Leucocholy: 110
Liquid Lightning (a Dram which goes by that name): 327
Lotteries: 274, 277, 305, 490
Madonna dell' Impruneta: 96
Masquerade: 21, 548
Materialism: 276
Medals: 92
Medical Society of Physicians: 191, 193 n. 2
Medical treatment: tar water 115;
for the gout 203, 205, 417, 418;
soap and lime-water 213, 251, 385, 389, 390;
'sage tea, the beverage of life' 533;
sea-water (to drink) 397, 407
Methodism: 464
Minden, Battle of: 296 n. 21, 299 n. 1, 299*, 309
Minerva Medica, Temple of: 83
Music-meetings: Gloucester 499;
Salisbury 499
Musical instruments, see Index I
Paper made from silk: 312
Paris, Peace of: 363, 364
Pelasgi: 212, 218
Pentographer: 357
Physicians, Royal College of: 114, 191, 193, 208
Pitt Diamond: 109, 345
Plough Monday: 9
Postal arrangements: 'Caxton bag' 115, 137, 178, 'letters are apt to be open'd at the offices' 183; 208;
a mail robbed 247;
a seal broken in the post 333;
franks 195, 212, 242, 263, 284*;
'the post is forbid to send letters cross' 545
'Pouts' or 'Poults': 124, 172
Pot pourri: 388** (App. AA)
Provençal Poetry: 386
'Quadruple Alliance': 2
Races: Durham 443 n. 3, 445;
Newmarket 17, 237, 321, 488;
York 453
Regency Bill: 403, 404
Revelations of St. Alexander: 131
Roads in France: 59, 79
Rope ladder: 213
Royal Academy, origin of: 321
Royal College of Physicians: 191, 193 n. 2, 208
Royal Society: 263
St. Longinus's Spear: 82, 83
Selima; 133, 134, 135
Shade, pictures from: 220 n. 16, 261, 261a
Snuff 213
Soph (= Sophister): 95
Sionites: 162
Spanish War: 353
Spitalfield Weavers: 403, 404
Stained Glass: 306, 333
Stamp Act, Repeal of: 420
Strawberry Hill Press: see Walpole, Horace, Index III
Tapestry: 303
Temple, the, critics of: 115 n. 7
Tobacco: 3
Tories: 327, 329
Toryism: 329
Travel, means of: Cambridge Fly 294, 383, 384, 388;
Chaise 59;
Coaches 123, 182, 183;
Dover-Machine 514;
Gillam's Waggon 347;
Lynn Boats 179;
Newcastle post-coach 442;
Northumberland Waggon 195;
Post-pg 1369chaise 177;
Turnpikes 178;
Yarmouth Coach 537;
York Coach 442
Trials: of Jacobites 120;
of Lord Ferrers 311
True Cross: 82, 83
Turnpike Mobs: 178
Venus de Medicis: 78, 79, 283
Veronica, The: 82, 83
Wadd-mines: 508*, 511
Wall-paper: 303, 342, 348, 350, 353, 467
Waxworks: 126
Wolfenbüttel, Battle of: 109
Züllichau, Battle of: 299 n. 2
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