Ericeyra, Francisco Xavier de Meneses, Count of, 535. His
Henriqueide, an epic poem, 536, 539. Extracts from, 541.
Espinel, Vincenzio, 71. His Life of the Squire Marco de Obre-

gon, 96.

Falçam, Christoval, 279. His Eclogues, extract from, 280.
Faria y Sousa, Manuel de, 517. His Portuguese Europe, 518.
His commentary on Camoens, 521. His sonnets, 522. His
Bucolics, 524.

Ferreira, Antonio, 296. His sonnets, 298. His tragedy of
Inez de Castro, 300.

Figueroa, the three lyric poets, 71.

Don Lope de, 173.

Garçao, Antonio Correa, 544. His Teatro novo, and his As-

semblea, 545.

Gerund, Friar, Life of, 218.

Goez, Damiaō de, 497.

Gomez, Francisco Diaz, 564.

Gongora, Luis, 52.

His sonnets, 53. His soledades, 55.

His Polyphemus, 56.

Gracian, Balthasar, 101.

Hermiguez, Gonzalo, an early Portuguese poet, 262.

Hoz, Don Juan de, his play of El Castigo de la Miseria, 206.
Huerta, Vincent Garcias de la, attacks the French style, 230.
His poems and tragedy of Rachel, 231. His Teatro Es-
pañol, 233.

Inquisition, Calderon the poet of the, 125. No longer allowed
to destroy its victims in public, 213.

Spanish, introduced into Portugal, 282, 514.
Jose, Antonio, his dramatic works, 543. Is burnt by the In-
quisitors, ib.

Isla, Father de l', his Life of Friar Gerund, 218. Is discovered
under his assumed name of Lobon de Salazar, and perse-
cuted by the Clergy, 239.

Leyra, Don Francisco de, 207.

Literature of Spain, estimate of, 242.

of Portugal, state of, until the middle of the six-
teenth century, 249.

Lobo, Rodriguez, 455. His Winter Nights, 456. His pasto-
ral romances, 457. His canzoni, 458. Translation of
sonnet from, 460. His epic poem, 464. His eclogues, 465.
Lodesma, Alonzo de, 61.

Luzan, Ignazio de, 213. His celebrated treatise on poetry, 214.

Macedo, Duarte Ribeiro de, 527.

His numerous

Macias, called L'Enamorado, 265. His adventures and singu-
lar death, 266. Stanzas by him, 267.
followers, 269.

Manoel, Francisco, 554. Extract from, 555.

Mariana, Juan de, 97. His History of Spain, 98.
Matos Fragoso, Don Juan de, 207.

Matos, Xavier de, 565.

Mesa, Christoval de, 71.

Miranda, Saa de, account of, 283. His Portuguese composi-
tions, 285. Sonnets by him, 286, 287. His eclogues, 288.
His epistles, 290. His two comedies, 294.

Moniz, Egaz, an early Portuguese poet, 262.

Monroy y Sylva, Don Christoval de, 207.

Montalvan, Juan Perez de, 45.

Montemayor, his Portuguese poetry in the Diana, 295.
Montiano y Luyando, Augustin de, his two tragedies of Vir-

ginia and Ataulpho, 215.

Morales, Juan de, 71.

Moratin, Leandro Fernandez de, a comic author, 234.

Moratin, Nicolas Fernandez de, a tragic author, 234.

Moreto, Augustin, the rival of Calderon, 201. His play of El
Marquesd el Cigarral. His comedy of No puede ser, 202;
imitated by Moliere, 203.

Morillo, Gregorio, 71.

Oratory, Spanish, confined to the pulpit, 216. The first pub-
lic sermon of Friar Gerund, 225. Sermons composed for
the Monks by an Italian barber, 228.
Osorio, Jerome, his historical work, 511.

Philip IV. King, his encouragement of Calderon, 103. His
supposed dramatic works, under the title of De un Ingenio
de esta corte, 103, 199. Comedy of El Diablo predicator, y
mayor contrario amigo, 200.

Philip V., his influence on the literature of Spain, 210.
Poetry, lyric, of Spain, 47.

of Spain, under the three Philips, 207. Under Charles
II. 209. Under Philip V. 210.

Portugal, literature of, 249. Its character distinct from the
Castilian, 251.

language of, a sort of contracted Spanish, 252. In-
quiry into the early origin of, 253. Fragment of an early
poem, 254. Early history of Portugal, 256. View of
its history as contained in the Lusiad, 351. Poetry of,
Historians of, 488. Admission of the Jews into, by



John II. 507. Their persecution, 510. The Inquisition
established in, 514. Its subjection to Spain, 515.
apathy and degradation, attributed to the Inquisition, 516.
Foundation of Academies of Languages and of History,
534. Of Sciences, 535.

Quevedo y Villegas, Francisco de, 72. His Kingdom of God,
and government of Christ, 77.. His treatises on moral phi-
losophy, 81. His Visions, 83.

by the Abbé de Tarsia, 100.

Rebolledo, Bernardino, Count de, 96.

His poems, 86. His life,

Reynoso y Quiñones, Don Bernard Joseph de, 211.

His two

religious plays, The Sun of Faith at Marseilles, and The Sun
of the Magdalen, ib.

Ribeyro, Bernardim, one of the earliest and best poets of Por-
tugal, 271. His eclogues, 272. Extract from his third
eclogue, 274. from one of his Cantigas, 276. His Me-
nina e Moza, 278.

Robrega, Alvarez de, 564.

Roxas, Don Francisco de, 205.


Imitated by the French; his
Entre bobos anda el juego, 205. His play, entitled The Pa-
troness of Madrid, our Lady of Atocha, 206.

y Mencsez, Francisco de, his Malacca Conquistada, 487.
Salazar, Don Francisco Lobon de, (Father de l'Isla,) his Life
of Friar Gerund, 218.

Schlegel, Augustus William, his strictures on Calderon, 104.
Sedano, Don Juan Joseph Lopez de, his Parnaso Español, 233.
Solis, Antonio de, his History of the conquest of Mexico, 98.
Soropita, Fernando Rodriguez Lobo de, 314.

Soto, Luis Barahona de, a rival of Garcilaso, 71.

Sylva, Andrea Nuñez de, 531.

Tarsia, Paul-Antonio de, his Life of Quevedo, 100.

Texada, Augustino de, 71.

Valdez, Juan Melendes, his poems, 241. Idyl and sonnet by

him, 241, 243.

Valladarez, 565.

Vasconcellos, Jorge Ferreira de, 314.

Vasconcellos, Miguel de Cabedo de, 314.

Vasconcellos, Francisco de, 531.

Vega, Lope de, (continued,) 1. His play of the Life of the

valiant Cespedes, 8. His Arauco domado, 18.
comedies, 33; and Autos Sacramentales, 39.
poems, 44.

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Velasquez, Luis Joseph, the historian of Spanish poetry, 215.
Vera Tassis y Villaroel, Juan de, his edition of Calderon's
works, 104.

Vicente, Gil, 446. The founder of the Spanish theatre, 448.
Division of his works, 449. Translations from, 450, 452.
Villegas, Estevan Manuel de, the Anacreon of Spain, 92. His
poem of The Nightingale, 94.

Vimieiro, Countess de, her tragedy of Osmia, 545.

Xauregui, Juan de, translation of the Pharsalia of Lucan, 95.

Yriarte, Tomas de, his Fabulas Litterarias, 236.

Fable of El

Borrico y la Flauta, 237. L'Oso y la Mona, 239. His di-
dactic poem on music, 241.

Zalazar y Torres, Don Augustino de, 207.

Zamora, Lorenzo de, his Mystic Monarchy of the Church, 62.
Redondillas in honour of St. Joseph, 63.

Zarate, Don Fernando de, his piece of La Presumida y la Her-
mosa, 203.

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