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Naked Truth, The, or Lucas and La Touche Press, liberty of, 197, 370

Set Forth, etc., pamphlet, 191, 192, Prior, Sir James, Life of Burke, on date
356–362 (see Lucas Controversy Pam- of Burke's birth, 1; plagiarism, 14; the
phlets)

Panegyric on Damer, 54; excerpts from
Napier, Sir Joseph, on Burke's birth- Burke's letters, 113, 114, 138, 139, 147,
place, I

153, 156; Burke and Lucas controversy,
Noel (or O'Neill), Mr, usher at Bal- 180, 183; Life of Goldsmith, 137
litore, 34; ordained, 44

Prior, Sir Thomas, founder of Royal
Nonsense Verse, Burke's, 31

Dublin Society, 49;, Essay on Tar
North Wall, the, Burke's description, 37 Water, 49; List of Absentees, 52, 53,
Nugent, Jane Mary, Burke's wife, 211, 252

404; visits Ballitore, 18, 19; "Jenny,' Priscus (see Helvidius Priscus)
397; his annoyance at her being men- Prose and poetry, contrasted, 176, 325
tioned in London Evening Post, 398 Pyrrick dances, 174, 320

Pythagoras, 323
O'Halloran, Burke's hedge school-mas-
ter, 8, 215

Quinn, in Hamlet, 174
Ormond Quay, 3 Lower, Burke's
father's residence, 106, 405

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 9
Orpen (or Orpin), Richard, enters Ramist philosophy, 28, 29

T.C.D. with Burke, 20, 21; gains Ramsay, Mr, 42, 44
scholarship, 23

Raphael's St Paul at Athens, 248
Otway, the dramatist, 167, 302

Reformer, the, see Chapter iv, 160-179,
Ovid, 13, 110

and for Burke's articles, App. II, 297–
Oxford, 25, 29, 75, 112

329; no. 1, revolt against dulness;

depravation of taste and morals;
Painting, Burke's declamation on, 248 Boeotia; design of the Reformer ;
Palmerin of England, 46, 47

Gothic barbarism across the channel;
Parliament, Irish (1748-1750), 183–185 our fallen brethren of England; a
Passions, debate on, 236, 257, 268

proclamation, 161, 162, 297–299; no. 2,
Patriot Parliament, 200, 380-384

Sheridan and the Irish stage, 166; his
Pellisier, Rev. John, D.D., F.T.C.D., reforms; objectionable plays, 299;
Burke's tutor, 22, 77

Farquhar, Čibber, Centlivre, 300;
Penal laws; attorneys, 6; marriage, 7 constituents of good comedy; Van-
Petronius, 176, 314, 325

brugh, Congreve, Wycherley; appre-
Phaeton, Shackleton's poem, 123; criti- ciation of Ben Jonson, 301; on
cised by Burke, 108, 109, 122, 127, 150

tragedy; the “divine Shakespeare";
Philomaths, 8, 9

Otway, Dryden, Rowe, Addison,
Philosophy and poetry, debate, 248

Beaumont and Fletcher, 301; no. 3,
Phoenix Park, 35

actors' faults, 168; their alterations in
Plautus, 129

plays; the Witches' scene, Macbeth,
Plutarch, 197, 221,
371,

303; kissing; stage abuses and buf.
Poems, by Burke, Blackwater, 9, 10, 19, fooneries; the audience; taste for the

11; Ballitore, 17, 156; Theocritus' vicious and unnatural, 304; hissing
Idyll, 19; Verse Nonsense, 31; “Soon and clapping; stage butchery; spectators
as Aurora,” 35-37; Astronomy, 40; rather than an audience; harlequin-
Almighty Self Love, 53; “As when ades, 305; no. 4, public spirit, 169,
some cloud," 59; on Dr Taylor, 87; 306; home manufactures; funds for
translation of the Second Georgic, 91, folly, none for science,” 307; poem On
92, 153; Dennis Turning Critick, 131- the Several Conditions of Life, 170,
133; Damer, 147; “O Yes! O Yes!” 308; the Cold Bath advertisement,
162, 298

308; no. 5, the Tickler's criticism, 171,
Poems on Several Occasions (1748), 309; a round of the coffee houses, 310;

Burke's contributions, 146, 150; opinions on the Reformer, 311; no. 6,
Shackleton's Julia and Belinda, 45, the state of literature, 172; learning u.
151, 153, 164; Burke's Second lucre, 312; no. 7, condition of the
Georgic, 92, 153; Dennis Turning

peasantry, 172, 314; the labourers,
Critick, 133

316; graziers, 317; a resident land-
Poet's Dream, by R. Shackleton, 140, 150 lord, 317; no. 8, experience teaches
Pope, Dunciad, 29, 50, 104; Éthic wisdom; the "Smarts” on the Re-
Epistles, 53; on Wit, 111, 301

former, 173, 318; Sir Dilberry Diddle
Portarlington school, 39

to Jacky Wagtail, 173, 319; Sheridan
Portora school, 131

in All for Love; the Pyrrick dance, 174,

221

320; epigram on Foote, 320; no. 10, “Blarney," 143; list of his poems as
The Suspicious Husband; The Found- preferred by Burke, 150; Dedicatory
ling; comedies of the day; The Con- Ode to Poems on several Occasions,
scious Lovers; The Careless Husband, 152, 154; Burke's criticism of Julia
322; the “Weeping Comedy"; Dry- and Belinda, 164; our “Anacreon,
den's plots, 174, 324; no. 11, an 163; contributes to the Reformer, 174;
Easter homily, 175, 323; morality and marries Elizabeth Fuller, 178; Burke's
revealed religion; infidelity and blind Epithalamium, 178; Dennis' letters to,
zeal, 324; no. 12, literary standards; referring to Burke's marriage, 211;
"spirit”; prose and verse, 176, 325; and his writing for the “Great Ones,'
the “Damning Critics,” 326; no. 13, 212; The Sublime and Beautiful, 212;
the Foolish Miscellany, 177, 327; oration on Poverty, 141, 251; debates
smatterers, 177, 328

in Club as a Roman, 241; on the
Religious views, Burke's, 56-59, 175, Decalogue, 242; permitted to wear his
252, 323, 404

hat, 274; Latin Verses, 191
Restoration dramatists, 166, 300, 301, Shakespeare, 100, 166, 167, 301, 302,
320, 321

303, 370
Rhames, Aaron, the printer, 88

Sheer, poem by Shackleton, 140
Ringsend, Burke describes, 34, 37 Sheridan, Dr, "The Irish Hippocrates,"
Riots, theatre, 113–121; Black Dog, 143,
247, 251

Sheridan, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 113
Roscommon, Lord, poet, 157, 314 Sheridan, Thomas, Sch. T.C.D., Smock
Rowe, Nicholas, tragedies, 167

Alley theatre, 113, 116; supported by
Royal Dublin Society, 49, 89, 147, 169,

T.C.D. students, theatre riots, 113-
307

120; his apology, 121; Burke criticises

him, 122, 164, 168, 174, 299; Dennis'
St James' Parish, Dublin, extracts from contest with, 212; All for Love, 174,
register, 3, 4

320 (see Reformer)
Sallust, 24, 100, 129

Siris, Bishop Berkeley's, 49
Sands, Edward, 42

Sisson, the artist, 26; member of Corre-
Schism, 59

spondence Club, 26, 72, 78; of the
Schoolmaster's Letter, 191, 336

triumvirate, 78; companionship with
Sermon on the Mount, Burke's com- Burke, 102; portraits of speaker Boyle
monplace on, 56, 252

and Lord and Lady Ikerrin, 102; of
Several Conditions of Life,poem, 170,308

Richard Shackleton, 103
Sforza, Duke of Milan, 315

Slator, John, 38
Shackleton, Abraham, Burke's school- Smiglecius, 29

master, 10, 58; described, 11; opens Smith, Matthew, correspondence with
Ballitore School, 12–16; Burke's ad- Burke, 217-224
miration for, 17, 18, 44, 58, 76, 94, 95, Spectator, the, 48, 60, 61, 77, 83, 173,
213; poetic allusions to, 17, 159

233; on Fame, 248
Shackleton, Richard, Burke's friendship Spenser, Edmund, 9

with, 14-16; educated at T.C.D., 15, Starkie, Walter, 207,
16, 207; description of Burke in Steele, Sir Richard, the “Weeping"
London Evening Post, 14, 15, 402; Comedy, 175, 322
correspondence as to this, App. v, Stratford, Euseby, abuses Ballitore
398-401; Ballitore School, 12, 16, 17; School, 95
his imitation of Theocritus, 19; Sublime and Beautiful, The, 40, 45, 52,
Poems on Several Occasions, 19, 150, 136, 141, 166, 178, 248, 392; its in-
153; firtation with Juliana Burke, 41, fluence on Lessing and Kant, 137;
45; Dulcinea's commands to, 48; poem Dennis' reference to, 142; his criti-
on Julia and Belinda, 45, 151, 153, cism, 212; Shackleton's copy, 213,
164; love is self love, 51, 52; admira- Suspicious Husband, The, Hoadley's play,
tion for Burke's Damer, 54, 147; dis- 321
cusses religion with Burke, 56-59; Swift, Dean, 29, 61, 112, 131, 157
Zelim, 59; "Have brutes souls?” 67,
70; his faulty syllogism, 70, 71; his

Taste, 45, 325
love disappointment, 79; Burke Taylor, Dr (“Chevalier"), the oculist,
troubled by his silence, 79-81; sym- 65; "an arrant quack," 85; Dr John-
pathises with him, 82; Burke advises son on, 85; his puffs, 86; The
him on reading the classics, 100-102; Lecturer Lectured, 86; Burke's poem,
Phaeton, 108, 109, 122, 127, 150; The 87
Poet's Dream, 140, 150; nicknamed Terence, 24, 100, 129

The Tickler, 119, 163, 171, 172, 182,

309, 336
Thoughts on Scarcity, 29!
Ticklish points; debates in C.H.S., 235,

237
Tisdall, Michael, 145
Todd, Rev. H., Life of Milton, 206, 266
Triumvirate, club, 78, 88
“U.," a signature of Burke in the

Reformer, 160, 308, 324
Undertakers, the, 183
Utopia, Rev. George Crump's poem, 155
Vanbrugh, 166, 300
Vergil, 22, 24, 40, 92, 100, 153, 167
Victor, Sheridan's manager, 113
Voiture, 60, 106, 209
Walker, Rev. John, D.D., F.T.C.D.,

206
Waller, Edmund, 54, 104, 107, 147
Walsh, John E., Right Hon., Ireland

Sixty Years Ago, 74, 113.
Walsh, Richard ("Gallows"), and Black

Dog Riot, 144, 145
Walsh, Ven. Robert, D.D., history of

C.H.S., 204

Wellington, Duke of, at Portarlington

school, 39
Westminster Abbey, 221
Weston, secretary to Earl Harrington,

194
Wilder, Rev. Theaker, F.T.C.D., ex-

amines Burke; Goldsmith's tutor;

anecdotes of, 74-76
Wilson, C. H., Beauties of Burke, 13
Wilson, Peter, advertisement as to the

Cork Surgeon, 388
Woffington, Peg, 181, 221, 223
Wood, Atwell, 145
Woollen trade, 199, 201, 234, 235, 237,

367, 376, 387
Wycherley's plays, 166, 301
Xenophon, 24, 100, 105, 106, 391, 393

Yelverton, Barry, Lord Avonmore,

208
Young, “his fustian tragedies," 166,

300
Zeal for liberty, to be treated tenderly,

193, 358
Zelim (Richard Shackleton), Burke's

letter to, 59

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