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Job, The Book of, 214. Machiavelli, Milton's relation
Johnson, Samuel, 119; on the to, 186, 188.

Sonnets, 138; his life of Mackail, J. W., 265.
Milton, 260.

Malory, Sir Thomas, 278.
Jonson, Ben, 128.

Masson, David, 234.
Josephus, 221.

Marvell, Andrew, 41; his praise
Josippon, 192.

of Milton, 258.
Junius, Francis, 198.

Masque, The English, its tra-

ditions represented in Co-
Keats, John, influenced by Mil-

mus, 125-126.
ton, 269-270.

Matter, Milton's view of, 159,
King, Edward, subject of Ly- 180-181.
cidas, 131, 133.

Manso, Giovanni Battista, 20,
L’Allegro and Il Penseroso, 106; Milton's poem to, 142.

date of, 118; interpretation Meadows, Thomas, 88.
of, 118-119; sources of, 119; Milton, Christopher, 6, 50, 209.
imitation of in eighteenth Milton, Deborah, Milton's
century, 263-264.

daughter, 45.
Latinisms, Milton's, 235.

Milton, Elizabeth. See Min-
Lauder, William, his Milton shull.
forgeries, 266.

Milton, John, the elder, Milton's
Lawes, Henry, producer of

father, 9-10, 139.
Comus and Arcades, 122- Milton, John, sources for his
123, 124-125.

life, 1-8; credibility of auto-
Lee, Margaret, Milton's friend- biographic statements,
ship with, 25.

condensed biography, 6; par-
Leland, Thomas, 257.

entage, etc., 8-10;

at St.
Lemon, Robert, discovers MS. Paul's, 11; at the University,

of Christian Doctrine, 92. II-13; at Horton, 13-19; in
Letter to a Friend, Milton's, Italy, 19-22; as a teacher,
extract from, 13 ff.

22-24, 25-27; marriages, 24 ff.,
Letters, Milton's, biographical 38, 42; Latin Secretaryship,

data in, 57; extracts from, 78 ff., 35; life after the Res-
12-18.

toration, 39 ff.; habits and
Luther, Martin, 64, 179.

personality, 44 ff.; blindness,
Lycidas, 279.

38, 48, 283 ff.; relations with
Lycidas, date and occasion, family, 46-47, 56 ff.; death,

13 ff.; pastorai tradition in, 43; posthumous reputation in
132-133; theme of, 133; met- the seventeenth century, 253-
rical form of, 134; cruxes 254; in the eighteenth cen-
in, 135; cited, 141.

tury, 254 ff. ; in the nineteenth

century, 266 ff.; at present
Macaulay, Thomas, 167.

271. See next entries.

3;
221 ff.

Milton's prose works, discussed, poems, 108-109; On the Death

53-54; Prolusions, 54 ff.; of a Fair Infant, 109-110;
Familiar Letters, 56-57; Of At a Vacation Exercise, 110-
Reformation, 59; Of Pre- III; On the Nativity, in ff.;
latical Episcopacy, 60; An- The Passion, 114-115; Song
imadversions, 60-61; Red

on May Morning, 115-116;
of Church Government, 61 ff.; On Shakespeare, 115-116; On
Apology, 63-64; Doctrine and the University Carrier, 116;
Discipline of Divorce, 65 ff.; Epitaph on the Marchioness
Judgment of Martin Bucer, of Winchester, 116-117;
68; Tetrachordon,

68 ff.; L’Allegro and Il Penseroso,
Colasterion, 69; Of Educa- 117 ff.; At a Solemn Music,
tion, 70 ff.; Areopagitica, 120 ff.; Upon the Circumci-
72 ff.; Tenure of Kings and sion, 120 ff.; Arcades, 122-
Magistrates, 77-78; Letters of

123; Comus, 124 ff.; Lycidas,
State, 79; Observations on

131 ff.;
Sonnets,

135 ff.;
the Articles of Peace, 79-80; Psalms, 139 ff.; Paradise
Eikonoklastes, 80 ff.; First

Lost, 141 ff.; Paradise Re-
Defence of the English Peo- gained, 212 ff., Samson
ple, 82 ff.; Second Defence of Agonistes, 212-213,

,
the English People, 84 ff.;

See also, Comus, Paradise
Pro Se Defensio, 87-88;

Lost, etc.
History of Britain, 89 ff.; Of

Milton, Katharine. See Wood-
Christian Doctrine, 91 ff.; cock.
Treatise of Civil Power, 95;

Milton, Mary. See Powell.
Likeliest Means to Remove

Minshull, Elizabeth, Milton's
Hirelings, 96; Ready and

third wife, 8, 38, 42, 51-
Easy Way, 97 ff.; Brief Notes

52.
a Sermon of Matthew

Mitford, John, editor of Milton,
Griffith, 99; Of True Reli-

271.
gion, 100; A Declaration of
the Election of John III,

Monk, General, 97-98.
101; A Brief History of

Monmouth, Geoffrey of, 130,
Muscovy, 101-102; Accedence

278.
Commenced Grammar, 102;

More, Alexander, attacked by
Art of Logic, 102; Cabinet

Milton, 85; his Fides Pub-
Council, 102; Commonplace

lica, 87.
Book, 103. See also, Defence,

More, Henry, 185.
Christian Doctrine, Divorce

Mortalists, Milton's relation to,
pamphlets, Ecclesiastical pam-

181.
phlets, etc.

Moschus, pastoral tradition in,
Milton's poetical works, Latin 132.

poems, 105-108; Italian Muse, Milton's, 149.

on

35 ff.,

ton, 261.

Names, Milton's use of proper, Phillips, Edward, Milton's
235.

pupil, 6; his Life of Milton,
Nativity, Poem on, 107, III ff. discussed, 3-4; extracts from,
Needham, Marchmont, friend of 9-II, 24 ff.,

39 ff.,
Milton, 41.

46 ff.; quoted by Aubrey, 46.
Newton, Thomas, editor of Phillips, John, imitator of Mil-

Milton, 265.
Ochino, Bernadino, 185.

Plato, 126, 130, 187, 276, 278-

279; his ideas championed
Odyssey, The, 194.
Ovid, 196, 277.

against Aristotle, 55-56.

Political theory, Milton's, 184,
Paradise Lost, Phillips' ac- 187-188. See Milton's prose

count of, 39-40; projected, works.
141 ff.; dramatic outlines for, Pope, Alexander, borrows Mil-
13 ff.; date of composition, tonic phrase, 262.
148; manuscript of, 148; ex- Powell, Mary, Milton's first
position of, 149 ff.; cosmol- wife, 7, 24 ff., 66.
ogy of, 171 ff.; theology of, Powell, Richard, Milton's fa-
176 ff.; ethics of, 181 ff.; re- ther-in-law, 24 ff.
lations of man and woman in, Presbyterians, Miiton's attitude
183-184; political ideas in, toward, 59, 73, 77, 80.
184-185 ff.; literary sources Princely Pelican, The, 81-82.
of, 189 ff.; Milton's style in, Prolusiones Oratoriae, Milton's,
233 ff.;, eighteenth century II-I2, 54 f.
imitation of, 261 ff.; treat- Prynne, William, 69.
ment of love in, 275.

Psalms, Milton's, 138 ff.
Paradise Regained, Phillips' Ptolemy, Milton's use of his

account of, 42; Ellwood's system, 172.
suggestion of, 212; place in Purchas, Samuel, Pilgrimages,
scheme of Milton's works, Miltonic source, 101.
213; sources of, 213-215; ex- Putten, Hendrik van der (Pu-
position of, 215-221.

teanus), Miltonic source, 128.
Parenthesis, in Milton's style,
235.

Quakers, Milton's relation to,
Pastoral Elegy, The, its tradi- 185.

tions followed in Lycidas, Quarles, Francis, 221.

132 ff.

Pattison, Mark, biographer of

Milton, 271; on Lycidas, 134.
Peele, George, 128.
Petrarch, 136, 275, 277.
Phillips, Anne, Milton's sister,

110.

Rabbis, The Jewish, Milton's

use of, 191-192.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, his criti-

cism of Milton, 268.
Rand, E. K., 112.
Ready and Easy Way, The,

97 ff.

writing of, 40; discussed, Sidney, Sir Philip, prayer of in

Eikon Basilike, 81.
Reason of Church Government, Sin and Death, allegory of, 154,
The, discussed, 61; extract

168, 190
from, 280-282.

Similes, Milton's use of, 241.
Revelations, Book of, 279, 281. Skinner, Cyriak, possible au-
Richardson, Jonathan, the elder, thor of Anonymous Biogra-

his account of Milton, dis- phy, 4; Sonnet to, 41.
cussed, 5; quoted, 491.

Skinner, Daniel, plans to pub-
Richardson, Jonathan, the lish Milton's Christian Doc-
younger, annotator of Milton,

trine, 91-92.
265.

Smart, J. S., 136.
Root and Branch Bill, The, 58. Smectymnuus, 58.

Smith, Sir Thomas, 188.
Sacrobosco, Milton's textbook Sonnets, Milton's, 135 ff., 277.

of astronomy, 23, 172. Sonnets, Milton's Italian, 108-
Samson Agonistes, date, 42, 109.
212; related themes in Cam-

Sophocles, 224.
bridge MS., 213; sources of, Sotheby, Samuel, his account
221-222; its relations to clas- of the Milton MSS., 5.
sic drama, 22 ff.; interpreta- Spelling, Milton's, peculiarities
tion, 226 ff.; biographical ele- of, 248.
ment in, 230 ff.

Spenser, Edmund, Milton's
Sandys, George, 221.

debt to,

129 ff.,

132-133,
Satan, Milton's, 149 ff., 184,

205 ff., 278.
186, 215 ff., 267 ff.

Stoics, The, Milton's relation
Saumaise, Claude (Salmasius), to, 187, 241.

his Defensio Regia, 82 ff.; Style, Milton's, variations in,

his disgrace and death, 84.
Saurat, Denis, 177, 192.

Sumner, Charles,

Charles, publishes,
Scholarship, element in Christian Doctrine, 92, 267.
Milton's style, 239 ff.

Suspension, in Milton's style,
Scudamore, Thomas, 19.

236 ff.
Selden, John, 29, 194.

Sylvester, Joshua, Miltonic
Servetus, Michael, 185.

source, 114, 198.
Shakespeare, William, cited in Symmons, Samuel, Milton's

Eikon Basilike, 81; poem on printer, 148.
116-17; Milton's debt to, 168,
209-210.

Talmud, The, Miltonic source,
Shelley, Percy, his Adonais,

192.
compared with Lycidas, 133 ; Tasso, Miltonic source, 137,
his attitude toward Milton, 161, 204-205.
268-269.

Tenure of Kings and Magis-

243 ff.

an

Vondel, Jost van, 204, 221.

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trates, Of the, writing of, 33-

34; discussed, 77-78.
Theocritus, pastoral tradition

in, 132.
Theology, Milton's, 178.
Thesaurus Linguae Latinae,

Milton's, 39.
Thomson, James, imitator of

Milton, 262-263.
Todd, Henry, editor of Milton,

265.
Toland, John, 5.
Tonson, Jacob, publishes Para-

dise Lost, 42, 254.
Tovey, Nathaniel, Milton's tu.

tor at Cambridge, 12.
Translations, Milton's, 138 ff.
True Religion, Of, 43, 100.

Waldensians, Milton on their

massacre, 79,
War, Milton's attitude toward,

160 ff.
Warton, Joseph, his admira-

tion for Milton, 257:
Warton, Thomas, imitator of

Milton, 263.
Williams, Roger, advocate tol-

eration, 76.
Woodcock, Katharine, Milton's

second wife, 8.
Wordsworth, William, influ-

enced by Milton, 269.
Wordsworth, William, quoted

on the Sonnets, 137.
Wotton, Sir Henry, letter to

Milton, quoted, 18-19.

Ussher, James, his episcopal

tracts, 59 ff.

Xenophon, 278.

Vacation Exercise, At a, 110,

Young, Edward, defends blank

141.
Versification, Milton's, 245 ff.
Vida, The Christiad, Miltonic

source, 114.
Virgil, 132, 159, 194.
Vives, Miltonic source, 72.
Voltaire, 257.

verse, 261.
Young, Thomas, Milton's tutor,

6, II; leader of Smectymnu-
ans, 38.

Zohar, The, 192.

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