Robert D. Hume and Harold Love (eds), Plays, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, Vol. 2

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to the Introductions and Explanatory Notes

Coverage is principally of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century (and earlier) persons and books. Incidental references are omitted.

Addison, Joseph 419
Albemarle, second Duke of, See Monck, Christopher
Alexander the Great 475, 476, 483
Annimadversions on the Apology of the Clamorous Squire against the Duke of Buckinghams Seconds, As Men of No Conscience 94
Ape-Gentle-Woman, or the Character of an Exchange Wench 64
Argyle, Earl of, See Campbell, Archibald
Aristotle 455, 472, 473, 485, 486, 490, 493
Arlington, first Earl of, See Bennet, Henry
Armstrong, Sir Thomas 437
Arran, Lord, See Douglas, James
Arundell, Richard, first Baron Arundell of Trerice 426
Ashmole, Elias 426
Ashton, Edmund 417, 435
Assheton, William
A Seasonable Discourse against Toleration 92
Aubrey, John 409
Backwell, Edward 425
Bacon, Francis 441
Barbon, Nicholas 469
Barillon d'Amoncourt, Paul, Marquis de Branges 95
Barry, Lording 491
Bartholomew Fair 401
Baxter, Richard on Buckingham 56
Beaumont, Francis, See Fletcher, John
Beaumount, Sir John 286
Bedloe, William 430
Behn, Aphra 465
not the author of a poem in Buckingham's memory 506
The Amorous Prince 340
The Luckey Chance 472
'Belgic Heroe Unmasked, The' not by Buckingham 324, 403
Bennet, Henry, first Earl of Arlington 422, 496, 497, 504
Berkeley, Sir William
The Lost Lady 340
Bethel, Slingsby
as Shimei in Absalom and Achitophel 37
Observations On the Letter Written to Sir Thomas Osborn 39
The Present Interest of England Stated 37
Blundell, Sir George
Remarks upon a Tract, Intituled, A Treatise of Humane Reason 51
Bodin, Jean 485
Bohun, Edmund
An Apologie for the Church of England, against the Clamours Of the Men of No-Conscience 94
Boyle, Robert
Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion 50
Boyle, Roger, first Earl of Orrery 417, 418, 419
Briscoe, Samuel 320, 334
Bristol, second Earl of, See Digby, George
pg 573Broderick, Sir Allen 410
Brome, Alexander 448
Brome, Richard 468
Brown, Thomas 321, 334
attribution of French Generall 111
possible author of 1704 Memoir of Buckingham 297
'The Belgic Heroe Unmasked' 70, 324, 403
Browne, Sir Thomas 486
Religio medici 155
Brudenell, Anna Maria, Countess of Shrewsbury 420, 423, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501, 502
Bruno, Giordano 456
Buckingham, Duchess of, See Villiers, Mary
Buckingham, Duke of, See Villiers, George
Burnet, Gilbert 337, 496
attributes satire to Buckingham 405
on Feversham 112
on Payne 79
view of Slingsby Bethel 37
Burnet, Thomas 473
Butler, James, second Duke of Ormond 497
Butler, Samuel 487
relationship with Buckingham 275
writer of 'characters' 63, 65
'A Duke of Bucks' 275–6, 501
Cabal 494
Calanus 476
Cambridge Platonists 88
Camden, William 442
Cardonnel, Philip de 492
Care, George
A Reply to the Answer of the Man of No Name 93
Carlisle, Frederick Howard, fifth Earl of 143
Cary, Anthony, fifth Viscount Falkland 405
Castlemaine, Countess of, See Palmer, Barbara
Catherine of Braganza, Queen of England 61, 492, 495
Catiline 482
Catullus 470, 482, 489
Cave, Edward 427
Cavendish, Henry, second Duke of Newcastle 426
Cavendish, William, first Duke of Newcastle 426
Cecil, James, fourth Earl of Salisbury 405
Celsus 4 463
Chamberlayne, Edward 61, 447
Charles I 496, 501
Charles II 438, 440, 447, 463, 489, 492, 495, 501
attack on 494
death of 85
Declaration of Indulgence (1672) 52
support of Scottish Presbyterians in 1650 473
Charterhouse 470
Cherbury, Lord Herbert of 154
Chiffinch, William 429
Chillingworth, William 88
The Religion of Protestants 89
Chilon of Sparta 488
Christian, Edward 430
Churchill, John (later Duke of Marlborough) 109, 111, 112, 459, 460
Cibber, Colley 499
Cicero 472
Cincinnatus, Lucius Quinctius 484
Clagett, William
The Present State of the Controversie between the Church of England and the Church of Rome 124
Clapiers, Luc de, marquis de Vauvenargues 64
pg 574Clarendon, Earl of, See Hyde, Edward
Clayton, Sir Robert 503
Cleveland, Duchess of, See Palmer, Barbara
Clifford, Martin 286, 294, 407, 413, 416, 417, 440, 454, 490
as source of Commonplace Book material 153, 154
connection with Commonplace Book 152
early reader of Rochester 469
favours radical toleration in religion 50
handwriting 143
hostility to Dryden 151
Master of Charterhouse 147, 470
person and character 150
Notes upon Mr Dryden's Poems 150
A Treatise of Humane Reason 454, 466, 499; date of 49; publication and reception 49–52
Coke, Robert 429, 434
Coleman, Edward 431
Collingwood, Daniel 432
Congreve, William
The Way of the World 452
Considerations Moving to a Toleration, and Liberty of Conscience 94
'Consolatory Epistle to Captain Julian, The Muses News-Monger, in his Confinement, A' not by Buckingham 403
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, first Earl of Shaftesbury 80, 405, 428, 433, 453, 454, 497, 502
association with Buckingham in 1674 52
attacked by Payne 79
on necessity of Third Dutch War 39
Coppleston, Sir John 428
Coryate, Thomas 417
Cotton, Charles 469, 474
Coventry, Sir John 429
Cowley, Abraham 148, 286, 294, 337, 416, 492
epithalamium for Buckingham 291
monument in Westminster Abbey 286
Cowper, Sarah 153, 413, 466, 477
Commonplace Book, compiler of HRO version 147; editorial practice 146–56
'The Medley' 147, 148, 153, 155
Cowper, Sir William 147
Croesus 488
Cromwell, Oliver 94, 472, 484, 499, 502
sends Buckingham to Tower 291
Danby, Earl of, See Osborne, Sir Thomas
Danger and Unreasonableness of a Toleration, The 92
Davenant, Charles 419
Davenant, Sir William 417
Gondibert 436
Love and Honour 340
The Playhouse to be Let 340
Triumph of the Prince d'Amour 491
de Las Casas, Bartolomé 441
de Witt, Johan 440
Defence of the Duke of Buckingham, Against the Answer to his Book, A 95
Defoe, Daniel
anecdote about Buckingham and Dryden 406
della Porta, Giambattista 414
Denham, Sir John 337, 410, 417, 470
Dentatus, Manius Curius 484
Descartes, René 473
Dialogue Between a New Catholic Convert and a Protestant (1686) 123
'Dialogue betweene the Duke of Buckingham and his fathers Ghost, A' 304
pg 575Diogenes 470
'D: of B: Letany, The' 63, 309
Dolben, John, Bishop of Rochester and later Archbishop of York 467, 501
Dolby (John Dolben, Bishop of Rochester and later Archbishop of York?) 154
Donne, John 64, 474
Dorchester, Marquis of, See Pierrepont, Henry
Dorset, Earl of, See Sackville, Charles
Douglas, James, Lord Arran (later Duke of Hamilton) 296
Downes, John 499
Drake, Sir Francis 480
Drummond, William, of Hawthornden 490
Dryden, John 320, 405, 417, 434, 435, 467
becomes target of Rehearsal 339
influenced by the Howards 499
Essay on Satire attributed to 498
reaction to Rehearsal 151
Rose Alley beating 406
saturninity 466
Absalom and Achitophel 302, 428
Zimri portrait 150, 490
Annus Mirabilis 485
The Assignation 340
The Conquest of Granada 340, 451
prologue to Part 2 151
The Hind and the Panther 123
The Kind Keeper 447
Mac Flecknoe 501
Marriage A-la-Mode 340
Religio Laici 52
Secret-Love 340, 499
Sir Martin Mar-all 151
Tyrannick Love 340, 451
The Wild Gallant 340
Duke, Dr 4
Duke, John 414
Duke, Richard 4, 414, 474
Duppa, Thomas 426
Duras, Louis, Earl of Feversham 109, 111, 112, 459, 461
career 112–13
character 113
satires on 113
Durfey, Thomas 320
Richmond Heiress 479
Earle, John 488
Micro-cosmography 64
'Ephelia' 435
Epictetus 484
Epicurus 483, 486
Erasmus 466
Etherege, Sir George 320, 435
letters to Buckingham 320
The Man of Mode 70, 447
Euhemerus 484
Evelyn, John 422
Fabricius Luscinus, Gaius 484
Fairfax, Brian 296, 420
life 285
'Memoirs of the Life of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham' 285–97
Fairfax, Mary 413, 421, See also Villiers, Mary, Duchess of Buckingham
Fairfax, Robert on Buckingham's funeral 297
Fairfax, Sir Thomas, third Baron 290, 291, 420
Feuding, Robert 429
Felton, John 323, 495, 496, 498
Feversham, Earl of, See Duras, Louis
Filmer, Sir Robert 481
Finch, Heneage, Earl of Winchelsea 151, 432, 433
Fitzcharles, Charles, Earl of Plymouth 38, 429
pg 576Fitzgerald, Father (unidentified) 122, 461
Flatman, Thomas 148
Flecknoe, Richard 499
Fletcher, John 483
Frazier, Carey 61, 66, 435, 436, 443, 445, 446
Frazier, Sir Alexander 61, 436, 444, 445
Fuller, Thomas 287
Galen 476
Garrick, David 332
Gee, Edward
An Answer … Wherein is shewn That Antiquity … did not for the first five hundred years Believe, Teach or Practise, As the Church of Rome doth at present 124
Gerard, Lord 286
Gildon, Charles 321
Godolphin, Sidney 337
Goodman, Abraham 498
Gould, Robert 65
'A Consolatory Epistle to Captain Julian' 403
Gracchus, Gaius Sempronius 484
Gracchus, Tiberius Sempronius 484
Gray, Thomas 485
Greeting, Thomas 276
Grenville, Charles, Lord Lansdowne 428
Greville, Fulke 484
Gwyn, Nell 436, 496, 500
helps release Buckingham from Tower 147
Hales, John 88
Hall, Jacob 494
Hall, Joseph
Characters of Vertues and Vices 64
Hamilton, Anthony 415, 423
Hardouin, Jean 463
Harlow, Robert 290
Harwood, Sarah 430
Haward, Sir William 427
Hayns, Joseph 419, 499
Head, Richard 154
The English Rogue 466
Henriette, Duchess of Orleans 413
Henry VIII 480
Heraclitus 455
Herrick, Robert 414
Hewitt, John 495
Heydon, John 501, 504
Heywood, Thomas 468
Hickeringill, Edmund 154
Hickes, William 418, 420
Hobbes, Thomas 417, 481
Homer
Iliad 465, 480, 490
Odyssey 479, 481, 485
Hooke, Robert
Micrographia 467
Hooker, Richard
Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity 88
Hoole, Charles 483
Horace 64, 437, 465, 480, 481, 482, 487, 492, 506
Howard, Edward 406, 417, 499
The Brittish Princes 417
Howard, Henry
The United Kingdoms 334, 340
Howard, James
All Mistaken 499
The English Mounsieur 340, 417, 418, 499
Howard, Sir Robert 499
said to be original target of Rehearsal 339
The Indian-Queen 499
Hyde, Edward, first Earl of Clarendon 38, 414, 415, 428, 491, 494, 495, 497, 504
against religious toleration 56
pg 577character of Buckingham 276–8
satire on 152
The History of the Rebellion 64
Hyde, Henry, second Earl of Clarendon 433
Hyde, Laurence, first Earl of Rochester 436
Independents 473
Jacob, Giles
denies attribution of French Generall 110
James I 496, 498, 501
James II 79, 80, 109, 114, 123, 453, See also James, Duke of York
campaign for religious toleration 87
reported interview with Buckingham in 1685 120
speech on toleration in 1685 457
succeeds to throne 85
His Majesties Gracious Declaration To all His Loving Subjects for Liberty of Conscience 89, 93
James, Duke of York 38, 61, 112, 427, 431, 433, 443, 458, 495, 498, See also James II
Jeffreys, George, first Baron Jeffreys 109
Johnson, Samuel
The Absolute Impossibility of Transubstantiation Demonstrated 124
Jonson, Ben 337
on poetry writing 490
The Alchemist 501
Bartholomew Fair 400
Catiline 497 admired by Buckingham 496
Volpone 421
Julian, Robert 404, 434
Justification of the Present War against the United Netherlands, A 38
Juvenal 155, 474
Kepler, Johannes 470
Kéroualle, Louise de, Duchess of Portsmouth 299, 432, 436, 438, 500 attacked 64
Key to the Rehearsal, A (1704)
Preface 334–40
Killigrew, Sir William
Love and Friendship 340
Pandora 340
King, Gregory 458
Kirkman, Francis 466
Kynaston, Edward 418
allegation of sodomy against 499
La Bruyère 64
La Fontaine 437
La Rochefoucauld 481
Lacy, John 419
Langbaine, Gerard 333
Lansdowne, Baron, See Grenville, Charles
Lauderdale, Earl of, See Maitland, John
Le Mar, Philip 430
Le Neve, Oliver 404
Le Neve, Peter 427
Lee, Nathaniel 404, 451
Leighton, Sir Ellis 503
L'Estrange, Sir Roger 49
Lily, William 483
Littlewood, John 499
Livy 471
Locke john 454, 455
opposed to universal toleration 88
London Gazette 63
Louis XIV 440, 449, 463
Lovelace, Richard 474
Loveland, Frances 430
Lucian 463
Lucretius 440, 465, 486, 493
pg 578 Lumley, Richard, 2nd Viscount Lumley of Waterford (later Earl of Scarborough) 433
Luttrell, Narcissus 406
on battle of Sedgemoor 111
Magnus, Albertus 485
Maitland, John, first Duke of Lauderdale 426, 445
Maitland, John, second Earl of Lauderdale 61
Mancini, Hortense, Duchesse de Mazarin 432
Manners, Francis, sixth Earl of Rutland 287
Martial 475, 477
Marvell, Andrew 148, 154, 407, 413, 421, 422, 424, 466, 488, 503
misattribution to 51
opposed to universal toleration 88
places political hopes on Buckingham 55
Mary of Modena 492
Massinger, Philip 483
Matteis, Nicola 479
Maurice, Henry 457
The Antithelemite 93
Mayne, Jasper 478
Middleton, Jane 423, 439
Milton, John 418, 421, 487
Paradise Lost 478
Mithradates of Pontus 451, 475
Mohun, Charles, fourth Baron 501
Molière (Jean Baptiste Poquelin)
La Critique de l'École des femmes 343
L'École des femmes 342
Les Femmes savantes 342
Molle, John 287
Monck, Christopher, second Duke of Albemarle 292, 421, 426, 496, 497
Montagu, Ralph, first Duke of Montagu 422, 432
Mordaunt, Charles, Viscount (later third Earl of Peterborough) 61, 65, 405, 437, 446
More, Henry 502
Mornay, Philippe de 287
Morrell, William 505
Morrice, Sir William 503
Mulgrave, Earl of, See Sheffield, John
'My Opinion'
not by Buckingham 404
Mysogynus: or, A Satyr Upon Women 65
'New Ballad to an Old Tune Call'd Sage Leafe, A' 306
Newcastle, Duke of, See Cavendish, William
Newton, Sir Isaac 470, 472
Nutt, John 320
Oates, Titus 430, 432
'Of the Duke of Buckingham' 312
Oldham, John 64, 66
Oldys, William 333
'On the Proroguation by Proclamation' 302
'On the Young Statesman' [or 'The Game at Chess'] not by Buckingham 404
Ormond, Duke of, See Butler, James
Orrery, Earl of, See Boyle, Roger
Osborne, Bridget, Lady, later Countess of Danby 425, 428, 432
Osborne, Edward, Viscount Latimer 429, 433
Osborne, Peregrine, Viscount Dunblane 429
Osborne, Sir Thomas, then Earl of Danby (later Duke of Leeds) 424, 426, 427, 428, 431, 432, 433, 504
addressee of political pamphlet 38–9
career 38
Ossory, Lord, See Butler, Thomas
pg 579 Otway, Thomas 404
Overbury, Sir Thomas 64
Ovid 64, 295, 468, 480, 488, 490, 491, 492, 506
Palmer, Barbara, Countess of Castlemaine and Duchess of Cleveland 299, 422, 432, 494, 496, 497, 500
'Paradox Against Liberty, A' not by Buckingham 405
Payne, Henry Nevil 122, 453, 455, 461
biographical sketch 78–9
Jacobite activities 79
An Answer to a Scandalous Pamphlet, entituled A Letter to a Dissenter 79
The Persecutor Expos'd 79, 93
The Siege of Constantinople 79
Paynton, John 505
Penn, William corresponds with Buckingham 80
A Defence of the Duke of Buckingham's Book of Religion & Worship 93, 105
Pepys, Samuel 445, 452, 490, 496
hears that Buckingham delivered a mock sermon to Charles II 400
hires Buckingham's orchestra 276
sent to Tower 428
Percy, Thomas (later Bishop of Dromore) edits Buckingham 332
Petre, Father 122
Peyton, Sir Robert 503
Pierrepont, Henry, first Marquis of Dorchester 503
Pindar 483
Plain Dealing: or, A Full and Particular Examination of a Late Treatise, Entituled, Humane Reason 51
Plymouth, Earl of, See Fitzcharles, Charles
'Poetical Reflections on a Late Poem entituled, Absalom and Achitophel' not by Buckingham 406
Pope, Alexander quoted 467
Porphyry 463
Porter, Thomas The Villain 340
Povey, Thomas 496, 503
Powney, Rachel 435
Presbyterians 473
Progers, Edward 415, 426
'Proper New Ballad, concerning the Reception of his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, by the right worshipfull the Major and Aldermen, off the city off oxon: 1677, A' 314
'Prophetick Lampoon, Made Anno. 1659, A' not by Buckingham 407
Prynne, William 488
Ptolemy 476, 493
Purcell, Henry 479
Puritans 481, 482, 486, 492
Pye, Sir John 503
Quintilian 484
Raleigh, Sir Walter 485
Reason Regulated or, Brief Reflections, upon a Late Treatise of Human-Reason 51
Reply To His Grace the Duke of Buckingham's Letter To the Author of a Paper, A 106
Reresby, Sir John 425
anecdote about Buckingham 121
Richmond, Duchess of, See Villiers, Lady Mary
Rochester, Earl of, See Wilmot, John
Ruddiman, W. 331
Rumsey, Colonel John 431, 433
pg 580Rupert, Prince and count palatine of the Rhine 286, 489, 501
Rust, George
A Discourse of the Use of Reason in Matters of Religion 52
Sackville, Charles, sixth Earl of Dorset (also as Lord Buckhurst and Earl of Middlesex) 404, 407, 417, 434, 435, 490, 497
St Augustine 457, 463
Saint-Évremond, Charles de Saint-Denis, Sieur de
accuses Buckingham of hypocrisy 424
on Buckingham as violin player 276
Sir Politick Would-be mixrure of serious and comic 343; translation issues 341–4; translation of text 345–99; use of titles of address 342
Sanderson, Bridget, Lady 61, 63, 66, 447
Sandys, Thomas 429
'Satyr upon the Follys of the Men of the Age, A'n not by Buckingham 329, 407
Satyrical catechisme betwixt a newter and a Round-head, A 467
Savile, George, first Marquis of Halifax 439
on the 1687 Declaration of Indulgence 79
Savile, Henry 424, 437
Scarburgh, Sir Charles 416
Scheffer, Johannes 487
Scilla, Agostino 493
Scott, James, Duke of Monmouth 111, 421, 422, 459, 460, 461, 495 beheaded after Sedgemoor 109
Scroope, Sir Carr 65, 407, 434, 435, 436, 437
Sedley, Sir Charles 148, 408, 497
Selwyn, George Augustuis 143
Seneca (the younger) 154, 155, 483
'Sermon supposed to be preached by Dor B:, A' 400–402
'Session of the Poets, A' not by Buckingham 407
Settle, Elkanah 408
Seymour, Sir Edward 433, 496, 497
Shadwell, Thomas 320, 417, 501
The Virtuoso 432
Shaftesbury, Earl of, See Cooper, Anthony Ashley
Shakespeare, William
Hamlet 154, 470, 471, 487
King john 477
King Lear 477
Richard II 475, 477
Sharp, John 461
Shaw, Sir John (of Eltham or of Colchester) 433
Sheffield, John, third Earl of Mulgrave (later first Duke of Buckinghamshire) 435, 439, 496, 497
Essay on Satire 498
Sheppard, Sir Fleetwood 409
Sherlock, William 456
Shipman, Thomas 474
Short Answer to His Grace the D. of Buckingham's Paper, concerning Religion, Toleration, and Liberty of Conscience, A 92, 105
Shrewsbury, Countess of, See Brudenell, Anna Maria
Shrewsbury, Earl of, See Talbot, Francis and Talbot, Charles
Socrates 477
Solemn League and Covenant 472
Southerne, Thomas
Oroonoko 451
The Wive's Excuse 71
Speed, Samuel 479
pg 581 Spencer, Robert, second Earl of Sunderland 433
Spinoza 456
Spirit of Prophecy, The 51
Sprat, Thomas (later Bishop of Rochester) 147, 154, 286, 295, 416, 417, 421, 467, 499, 503
Sprenger, Jacob 485
Stapylton, Sir Robert The Slighted Maid 340
Statius 486
Steno, Nicholas 473
Stensen, Niels 493
Stephens, Edward
Observations upon a Treatise Intituled, Of Humane Reason 51
Suckling, Sir John 64, 337, 420, 424
An Account of Religion by Reason 88
Sunderland, Earl of, See Spencer, Robert
Swift, Jonathan 443
Sylvester, Josuah 469
Tacirus 489
Talbot, Charles, Twelfth Earl of Shrewsbury
Trustees' petition against Buckingham 278
Talbot, Francis, eleventh Earl of Shrewsbury 495, 496
Taylor, John 476
Temple, Sir William 440
Tenison, Thomas 461
A Friendly Debate between a Roman Catholick and a Protestant Concerning the Doctrine of Transubstantiation 124
Test Act 472
Theobald, Lewis 333
Theophrastus 64
Third Dutch War 37–9, 440, 495, 502
'Though Phillis your prevailing charms'
not by Buckingham 408
Three Sermons upon the Sacrament in which Transubstantiation is impartially considered (1688) 124
Tillotson, John 285, 461
A Discourse against Transubstantiation 123
'Timon a Satyr'
not by Buckingham 330, 408
Tirus, Silius 423
toleration debate of the 1680s 123
Tonson, Jacob (the younger) 332
'To the Memory of the Illustrious Prince George, Duke of Buckingham' 317
Touchet, James, Baron Audley of Hely 426
transubstantiation debate of the 1680s 123, 461, 487
Trayleman, John 289
Triple League 440
Trithemius, Johannes 449
Turenne, Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de 112, 293, 461
Turner, 'Colonel' James 468
Turnor, Sir Edward 497
'Upon Felton'
not by Buckingham 300, 323, 331, 332, 408
'Upon Nothing'
not by Buckingham 329, 408
Urie, Robert 330
Vanbrugh, John
The Provok'd Wife 71, 451, 453
Vandeput, Sir Peter 502
Vaughan, John, Lord 417
'Verses on the Preface of Gondibert'
not by Buckingham 409
Vespasianus, Titus Flavius Sabinus 434
pg 582 Villiers, Francis 286
death in battle 288
funerary inscription 288
Villiers, George, second Duke of Buckingham
accused of Commonweath sympathies 495, 496
alleged to have taken Catholic sacrament with James II 121
anecdotal account of attempt to disrupt United Kingdoms 338
becomes Chancellor of Cambridge University 502
belief in the Empire of Reason 57
biographical memoir in 1704 Miscellaneous Works 297–301
brought up by Charles I 286
character of by Clarendon 276–8
charges against in House of Commons in 1674 278
chemistry, love of 295
correspondence with William Penn 80, 87
deathbed scene 296
delivers mock sermon to Charles II 400
draft of toleration bill 54–6
embassy to France in 1670 293
embassy to Holland in 1673 293
Fairfax's character of 293
finances 462, 501
forced out of office in 1674 52
foxhunting, love of 296
funeral 297
handwriting 144
illness in 1686 122
lends yacht to Payne in 1686 80
longstanding support for religious toleration 55
marriage 291
mocked for lack of religion 90
music, love of 276
pays £70 for Cowley's monument in Westminster Abbey 286
poems about him
'A Dialogue betweene the Duke of Buckingham and his fathers Ghost' 304
'The D: of B: Letany' 309
'A New Ballad to an Old Tune Call'd Sage Leafe' 306
'A proper New Ballad, concerning the Reception of his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, by the right worshipfull the Major and Aldermen, off the city off oxon: 1677' 314
'Of the Duke of Buckingham' 312
'On the Proroguation by Proclamation' 302
'To the Duke of B——, Imprison'd in the Tower by a Court-Faction' 312
'To the Memory of the Illustrious Prince George, Duke of Buckingham' 317
publication of Works 320–33
purchases place of Master of the Horse 293
rejected attributions
'The Belgic Heroe Unmasked' 324, 403; 'A Consolatory Epistle to Captain Julian, The Muses News-Monger, in his Confinement' 403; 'My Opinion' 404; 'On the Young Statesman' or 'The Game at Chess' 404; 'A Paradox Against Liberty' 405; 'Poetical Reflections on a Late Poem entituled, Absalom and Achitophel' 406; 'A Prophetick pg 583Lampoon, Made Anno. 1659' 407; 'A Satyr upon the Follys of the Men of the Age' 407; 'A Session of the Poets' 407; 'Though Phillis your prevailing charms' 408; 'Timon a Satyr' 408; 'Upon Felton' 408; 'Upon Nothing' 408; 'Verses on the Preface of Gondibert' 409
relations with Arlington 497
relations with Payne 79
relations with Sir Thomas Osborne 38
religious views 56, 90–1, 122
request to introduce toleration bill in 1675 52
resists arrest in 1667 500
response to the Zimri portrait 406
ridiculed by Butler in 'A Duke of Bucks' 275–6
sent to bring Louise de Kéroualle to England in 1670 500
view of Catholic Church 121
views of Holland and France in 1672 38
views on religious toleration 87
woos Mary Fairfax 290
yearly value of estate 289
Works
An Account of a Conference between … Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald an Irish Priest 120–39
attribution problems 120–1; extensive publishing history 124–5; history and problems 120–5
'Account of Himself' (1674) 278–85
Commonplace Book 143–271
censorship in HRO version 153; Cowper version 146–52; Jersey version 143, 145, 152, 155, 157; process of assembly 153; provenance and problems 143
The Duke of Buckingham His Grace's Letter, to the Unknown Author of a Paper 92, 105–8
circumstances of composition and publication 105–6
'An Essay upon Reason, and Religion, In a Letter to Nevil Pain, Esq;' 78–84
circumstances of composition and publication 78–80
The French Generall 109–19
attribution issues no; defective first edition no; historical background and circumstances of composition 109–14
A Hue-and-Cry After Beauty and Vertue 61–9
attribution problems 65; critical and historical problems 61–6
A Letter to Sir Thomas Osborn 37–48
aims and contexts 37–9; attribution issues 39; response to Slingsby Bethel 37
The Militant Couple 70–7
attribution questions 70
poems
'Aduice to a Paynter, to draw the Delineaments of a Statesman, and his Vnderlings' 15
'The Cabbin-Boy' 34
'The Ducks' 34
'Duke of Bu: of la: Shros' 11
'An Epitaph upon Thomas Late Lord Fairfax' 12
'A Familiar Epistle to Mr Julian Secretary to the Muses' 30
Funerary Inscription for the Grave of Abraham Cowley 7
pg 584 'Lines on Winifred Wells' 7
'The Lost Mistress, a Complaint' 16
'A Notion Taken out of Tullie's dialogue, De Senectute' 14
'on the Dut: by D. Buck.' 4
'On the humor in Mr Howards Play where Mr Kinaston disputes his staying in, or going out of Town' 10
'On the London fires Monument' 14
'on these 2 V. of Mr Howards' 8
'Optimum quod evenit 33
'The Owle' 6
'Part of an Ode of Horace Paraphraz'd' 33
'A Song on Thomas Earl of Danby' 20
'A Supplement to the Chequer-Inne' 17
'To his Mistress' 3
'Upon the following Passage in the Conquest of Granada' 10
'Upon the Installment, of Sir ——Os——n, and the Late Duke of New-Castle' 18
The Rehearsal
anecdote about composition 336; Preface to the 1704 Key 334–40; production reportedly stopped by plague in 1665 339
The Restauration
possible plan for publication in 1704 323
'A Sermon supposed to be preached by Dor B:' 400–402
possibly by Buckingham 400
Sir Politick Would-be
translation issues 341–3
translation of text 345–99
A Short Discourse upon the Reasonableness of Religion 85–103
apparent popularity of 89; circumstances of composition and publication 85–95; controversy over 92–5
Speech of Nov. 1675 on toleration 53–6
'To Mr. Clifford, on his Humane-Reason' 49–60
Villiers, Lady Mary, Duchess of Richmond 286, 498
Villiers, Mary, Dutchess of Buckingham, See also Fairfax, Mary
character by Brian Fairfax 297
Viner, Sir Robert 425
Virgil 485
Aeneid 466, 481, 485, 487, 492
Waller, Edmund 337, 417, 467
Walpole, Horace 285
Walpole, Sir Robert 405
Ward, Edward 148, 446, 448
Warly, John
The Reasoning Apostate: or Modern Latitude-Man Consider'd 51
Warren, Albertus 51, 150
An Apology for the Discourse of Humane Reason 51
Warwick, Countess of 418–9
Wells, Winifred 415
Wharton, Thomas, Lord 405
Wheler, Sir Charles 433
'Whitehall Caterpillar, The' 64
Widdrington, William, third baron Widdrington 464
Wildman, John 503
Wilkins, John 56, 295
William III 403, See also William of Orange orders Payne tortured 79
pg 585William of Orange 38, See also William III
Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester 65, 148, 434, 435, 436, 437, 496, 503, 504
deathbed conversion 121
helps release Buckingham from Tower 147
poems ascribed to 329, 405, 407, 408, 409
poems
'Against reason and mankind' 469, 488; 'An Allusion to Horace 10 Sat: 1st Book' 436; 'My Lord All-pride' 468; 'On Poet Ninny' 436; 'On the Suppos'd Author of a late Poem in Defence of Satyr' 407, 435, 436, 437; 'Pastoral Dialogue between Alexis and Strephon' 413; 'Satyr' 445; 'Say Heav'n-born Muse' 63; 'Upon Nothing' 329, 408; 'A very heroical epistle in answer to Ephelia' 435
Winchelsea, Earl of, See Finch, Heneage
Wither, George 468
Wood, Anthony a 331, 406, 408, 423, 504
Wood, Nicholas 476
Wotton, Sir Henry 149, 154, 155, 289, 294
Wren, Sir Christopher 421
Wright, William, sen. 505
Wycherley, William
'To the Duke of B——, Imprison'd in the Tower, by a Court-Faction' 312, 504
Xavier, Saint Francis 477
York, Duke of, See James, Duke of York
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