J

James (duke of Monmouth). See

Monmouth, James, duke of James, Richard 208 James I (king of England)

and Alabaster (William) 10 and Alexander (sir William) 11

and Chapman (George) 65 and Donne (John) 117 drama and poetry under

119, 127 Drayton (Michael) on 124, 125

and Herbert (Edward) 203 and Herbert (George) 205 and Waller (Edmund) 452

James II (king of England)

and Denham (sir John) 103 Dryden (John) on 1, 2, 18-19, 129, 130, 209, 210, 261, 343 mistress of 441 poetry and drama under 120 James V (king of Scotland) 51 James VI (king of Scotland). See

James I (king of England) "January, 1795" (Robinson)

237-238, 351 "John Anderson, My Jo" (Burns) 48, 238

Johnson, Esther 382, 388, 389, 390

Johnson, Samuel 238-240 on Alabaster (William) 9 biography of 358, 359 on Butler (Samuel) 50 and Carter (Elizabeth) 56 on Collins (William) 74,

289-290 on Cowley (Abraham) 87, 381

on Crabbe, George 90 on Denham (Sir John) 79,

103,136 on Dryden (John) 4, 128, 129, 130, 131, 209, 328, 412, 414 on Gay (John) 188-189,

190, 370 and Goldsmith (oliver) 111,

193, 194 on Milton (John) 76, 259 on poetry viii, 268, 410 on Pope (Alexander) viii,

328, 329 on Seward (Anna Hunter)

viii, 358 on Smart (Christopher) 363 "The Vanity of Human

Wishes" 239, 439-441 on Waller (Edmund) 452 Johnston, Arthur 74 Jonathan Wild (Fielding) 50 Jonson, Ben 240-242. See also Sons of Ben; Tribe of Ben and Alabaster (William) 10 blank verse by 38 and Carew (Thomas) 54 and Cary (Patrick) 58 and Cary (Sir Lucius) 58 and Cavalier poetry 60 and Chapman (George) 65, 378

country house poem by 107,

299, 398, 402 and Drayton (Michael) 125 and Drummond (William) 127, 240, 281, 378, 410 "Epitaph on S.P." 160-161, 241

and form 183

and Herbert (Mary Sidney)

and Herrick (Robert) 102,

"Inviting a Friend to Supper"

234-235,240, 419 and Marvell (Andrew) 186,

426-427 "My Picture Left in Scotland"

240, 281

"Ode to Himself' 241,

290-292 "On Giles and Joan"

295-296 "On Lucy" 299-300 "On My First Daughter" vii,

141, 161, 240, 301-302 "On My First Son" vii, 141, 161, 236, 240, 268-269, 302-303, 318 "On Something, That Walks

Somewhere" 241, 303-304 "Queen and Huntress" 333, 362

and Randolph (Thomas) 334 "Slow, Slow, Fresh Fount"

241, 362-363 "Song: To Celia" 241,

371-372 "A Sonnet to the Noble Lady"

241, 378 "Still to Be Neat" 241,

383-384 "To Heaven" 241, 398-399 "To John Donne" 242, 402 "To Penshurst" 107, 206, 240, 241, 250, 398, 404406, 426, 465 "To the Immortal Memory and Friendship of that noble pair" 58, 242, 406-408, 423 "To the Memory of My Beloved" 175, 241, 292, 410-411 "To William Camden" 240,

419-420 Volpone 119-120, 241 and Wroth (Lady Mary) 378, 465 "Jordan" (1) (Herbert) 181, 206,

242-243 Journal to Stella, The (Swift) 382, 389

Jubilate Agno (Smart) 277, 363,

364, 372 "Judgement" (Herbert) 99, 255 Julius Caesar (Shakespeare) 379 Juvenal 131, 154, 239, 294, 440

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