Letters of Horace Walpole — Volume II
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Letters of Horace Walpole — Volume II

By Horace Walpole
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  • LETTERS
  • SELECTED AND EDITED BY
    • WITH PORTRAITS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
      • VOLUME II
    • VOLUME II
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • I. LADY MARY WORTLEY-MONTAGU
  • A SELECTION
    • VOLUME II.
      • MADAME DE BOUFFLERS AT STRAWBERRY—THE FRENCH OPINION OF THE ENGLISH CHARACTER—RICHARDSON'S NOVELS—MADAME DE BEAUMONT.
      • DEBATE ON AMERICAN TAXES—PETITION OF THE PERIWIG-MAKERS—FEMALE HEAD-DRESSES—LORD BYRON'S DUEL—OPENING OF ALMACK'S—NO. 45.
      • HIS "CASTLE OF OTRANTO"—BISHOP PERCY'S COLLECTION OF OLD BALLADS.
      • ILLNESS OF THE KING—FRENCH AND ENGLISH ACTORS AND ACTRESSES: CLAIRON, GARRICK, QUIN, MRS. CLIVE.
      • RIOTS OF WEAVERS—MINISTERIAL CHANGES—FACTIOUS CONDUCT OF MR. PITT.
      • PROSPECTS OF OLD AGE WHEN JOINED TO GOUT.
      • HAS REACHED PARIS—THE FRENCH OPERA—ILLNESS OF THE DAUPHIN—POPULARITY OF MR. HUME.
      • IS MAKING NEW FRIENDS IN PARIS—DECAY OF THE FRENCH STAGE—LE KAIN—DUMENIL—NEW FRENCH INCLINATION FOR PHILOSOPHY AND FREE-THINKING—GENERAL ADMIRATION OF HUME'S HISTORY AND RICHARDSON'S NOVELS.
      • HIS PRESENTATION AT COURT—ILLNESS OF THE DAUPHIN—DESCRIPTION OF HIS THREE SONS.
      • SUPPER PARTIES AT PARIS—WALPOLE WRITES A LETTER FROM LE ROI DE PRUSSE À MONSIEUR ROUSSEAU.
      • A CONSTANT ROUND OF AMUSEMENTS—A GALLERY OF FEMALE PORTRAITS—MADAME GEOFFRIN—MADAME DU DEFFAND—MADAME DE MIREPOIX—MADAME DE BOUFFLERS—MADAME DE ROCHFORT—THE MARÉCHALE DE LUXEMBURG—THE DUCHESSE DE CHOISEUL—AN OLD FRENCH DANDY—M. DE MAUREPAS—POPULARITY OF HIS LETTER TO ROUSSEAU.
      • SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND—CARDINAL YORK—DEATH OF STANILAUS LECZINSKI, EX-KING OF POLAND.
      • SINGULAR RIOT IN MADRID—CHANGES IN THE FRENCH MINISTRY—INSURRECTIONS IN THE PROVINCES.
      • THE BATH GUIDE—SWIFT'S CORRESPONDENCE.
      • BATH—WESLEY.
      • MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES—RETURN OF LORD CLIVE.
      • DEATH OF CHARLES TOWNSHEND AND OF THE DUKE OF YORK—WHIST THE NEW FASHION IN FRANCE.
      • SOME NEW POEMS OF GRAY—WALPOLE'S "HISTORIC DOUBTS"—BOSWELL'S "CORSICA."
      • WILKES IS RETURNED M.P. FOR MIDDLESEX—RIOTS IN LONDON—VIOLENCE OF THE MOB.
      • FLEETING FAME OF WITTICISMS—"THE MYSTERIOUS MOTHER."
      • CASE OF WILKES.
      • THE ENGLISH CLIMATE.
      • VOLTAIRE'S CRITICISMS ON SHAKESPEARE—PARNELL'S "HERMIT."
      • ARRIVAL OF THE KING OF DENMARK—HIS POPULARITY WITH THE MOB.
      • WILKES'S ELECTION—THE COMTESSE DE BARRI—THE DUC DE CHOISEUL'S INDISCRETION.
      • A GARDEN PARTY AT STRAWBERRY—A RIDOTTO AT VAUXHALL.
      • PAOLI—AMBASSADORIAL ETIQUETTE.
      • HIS RETURN TO PARIS—MADAME DEFFAND—A TRANSLATION OF "HAMLET"—MADAME DUMENIL—VOLTAIRE'S "MEROPE" AND "LES GUÈBRES."
      • THE FRENCH COURT—THE YOUNG PRINCES—ST. CYR—MADAME DE MAILLY.
      • A MASQUERADE—STATE OF RUSSIA.
      • WILKES—BURKE'S PAMPHLET—PREDICTION OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS—EXTRAVAGANCE IN ENGLAND.
      • MASQUERADES IN FASHION—A LADY'S CLUB.
      • THE PRINCESS OF WALES IS GONE TO GERMANY—TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN PARIS.
      • FALL OF THE DUC DE CHOISEUL'S MINISTRY.
      • PEACE WITH SPAIN—BANISHMENT OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENT—MRS. CORNELYS'S ESTABLISHMENT—THE QUEEN OF DENMARK.
      • QUARREL OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS WITH THE CITY—DISSENSIONS IN THE FRENCH COURT AND ROYAL FAMILY—EXTRAVAGANCE IN ENGLAND.
      • GREAT DISTRESS AT THE FRENCH COURT.
      • ENGLISH GARDENING IN FRANCE—ANGLOMANIE—HE IS WEARY OF PARIS—DEATH OF GRAY.
      • SCANTINESS OF THE RELICS OF GRAY—GARRICK'S PROLOGUES, ETC.—WILKES'S SQUINT.
      • MARRIAGE OF THE PRETENDER—THE PRINCESS LOUISE, AND HER PROTECTION OF THE CLERGY—FOX'S ELOQUENCE.
      • AN ANSWER TO HIS "HISTORIC DOUBTS"—HIS EDITION OF GRAMMONT.
      • POPULARITY OF LOUIS XVI—DEATH OF LORD HOLLAND—BRUCE'S "TRAVELS."
      • DISCONTENT IN AMERICA—MR. GRENVILLE'S ACT FOR THE TRIAL OF ELECTION PETITIONS—HIGHWAY ROBBERIES.
      • THE POPE'S DEATH—WILKES IS RETURNED FOR MIDDLESEX—A QUAKER AT VERSAILLES.
      • BURKE'S ELECTION AT BRISTOL—RESEMBLANCE OF ONE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO ANOTHER—COMFORT OF OLD AGE.
      • DEATH OF LORD CLIVE—RESTORATION OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENT—PREDICTION OF GREAT MEN TO ARISE IN AMERICA—THE KING'S SPEECH.
      • RIOTS AT BOSTON—A LITERARY COTERIE AT BATH—EASTON.
      • OPPOSITION OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENTS TO TURGOT'S MEASURES.
      • HIS DECORATIONS AT "STRAWBERRY"—HIS ESTIMATE OF HIMSELF, AND HIS ADMIRATION OF CONWAY.
      • ANGLOMANIE IN PARIS—HORSE-RACING.
      • OSSIAN—CHATTERTON.
      • AFFAIRS IN AMERICA—THE CZARINA AND THE EMPEROR OF CHINA.
      • DEATH OF LORD CHATHAM—THURLOW BECOMES LORD CHANCELLOR.
      • EXULTATION OF FRANCE AT OUR DISASTERS IN AMERICA—FRANKLIN—NECKER—CHATTERTON.
      • ADMIRAL KEPPEL'S SUCCESS—THREATS OF INVASION—FUNERAL OF LORD CHATHAM.
      • SUGGESTION OF NEGOTIATIONS WITH FRANCE—PARTITION OF POLAND.
      • UNSUCCESSFUL CRUISE OF KEPPEL—CHARACTER OF LORD CHATHAM.
      • CAPTURE OF PONDICHERRY—CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY—LA FAYETTE IN AMERICA.
      • DIVISIONS IN THE MINISTRY—CHARACTER OF THE ITALIANS AND OF THE FRENCH.
      • ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS—DEATH OF LORD TEMPLE.
      • CHANCES OF WAR WITH HOLLAND—HIS FATHER'S POLICY—POPE—CHARACTER OF BOLINGBROKE.
      • POLITICAL EXCITEMENT—LORD G. GORDON—EXTRAORDINARY GAMBLING AFFAIRS IN INDIA.
      • RODNEY'S VICTORY—WALPOLE INCLINES TO WITHDRAW FROM AMUSEMENTS.
      • THE GORDON RIOTS.
      • HOGARTH—COLONEL CHARTERIS—ARCHBISHOP BLACKBURNE—JERVAS—RICHARDSON'S POETRY.
      • THE PRINCE OF WALES—HURRICANE AT BARBADOES—A "VOICE FROM ST. HELENA."
      • NAVAL MOVEMENTS—SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR—FEMALE FASHIONS.
      • CAPITULATION OF LORD CORNWALLIS—PITT AND FOX.
      • THE LANGUAGE PROPER FOR INSCRIPTIONS IN ENGLAND—FALL OF LORD NORTH'S MINISTRY—BRYANT.
      • HIGHWAYMEN AND FOOTPADS.
      • FOX'S INDIA BILL—BALLOONS.
      • BALLOONS.
      • HIS LETTERS ON LITERATURE—DISADVANTAGE OF MODERN WRITERS—COMPARISON OF LADY MARY WORTLEY WITH MADAME DE SÉVIGNÉ.
      • CRITICISM ON VARIOUS AUTHORS: GREEK, LATIN, FRENCH, AND ENGLISH—HUMOUR OF ADDISON, AND OF FIELDING—WALLER—MILTON—BOILEAU'S "LUTRIN"—"THE RAPE OF THE LOCK"—MADAME DE SÉVIGNÉ.
      • MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES—THE AFFAIR OF THE NECKLACE IN PARIS—FLUCTUATING UNPOPULARITY OF STATESMEN—FALLACIES OF HISTORY.
      • BREVITY OF MODERN ADDRESSES—THE OLD DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH.
      • LADY CRAVEN—MADAME PIOZZI—"THE ROLLIAD"—HERSCHEL'S ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERY.
      • MRS. YEARSLEY—MADAME PIOZZI—GIBBON—"LE MARIAGE DE FIGARO."
      • GENTLEMEN WRITERS—HIS OWN REASONS FOR WRITING WHEN YOUNG—VOLTAIRE—"EVELINA"—MISS SEWARD—HAYLEY.
      • DIVISIONS IN THE ROYAL FAMILY—THE REGENCY—THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
      • "THE ARABIAN NIGHTS"—THE AENEID—BOCCALINI—ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE.
      • DISMISSAL OF NECKER—BARON DE BRETEUIL—THE DUC D'ORLÉANS—MIRABEAU.
      • BRUCE'S "TRAVELS"—VIOLENCE OF THE FRENCH JACOBINS—NECKER.
      • THE PRINCE OF WALES—GROWTH OF LONDON AND OTHER TOWNS.
      • SIR W. AND LADY HAMILTON—A BOAT-RACE—THE MARGRAVINE OF ANSPACH.
      • ARREST OF THE DUCHESSE DE BIRON—THE QUEEN OF FRANCE—PYTHAGORAS.
      • EXPECTATIONS OF A VISIT TO STRAWBERRY BY THE QUEEN.
      • REPORT OF THE VISIT.
    • MADAME DE BOUFFLERS AT STRAWBERRY—THE FRENCH OPINION OF THE ENGLISH CHARACTER—RICHARDSON'S NOVELS—MADAME DE BEAUMONT.
    • DEBATE ON AMERICAN TAXES—PETITION OF THE PERIWIG-MAKERS—FEMALE HEAD-DRESSES—LORD BYRON'S DUEL—OPENING OF ALMACK'S—NO. 45.
    • HIS "CASTLE OF OTRANTO"—BISHOP PERCY'S COLLECTION OF OLD BALLADS.
    • ILLNESS OF THE KING—FRENCH AND ENGLISH ACTORS AND ACTRESSES: CLAIRON, GARRICK, QUIN, MRS. CLIVE.
    • RIOTS OF WEAVERS—MINISTERIAL CHANGES—FACTIOUS CONDUCT OF MR. PITT.
    • PROSPECTS OF OLD AGE WHEN JOINED TO GOUT.
    • HAS REACHED PARIS—THE FRENCH OPERA—ILLNESS OF THE DAUPHIN—POPULARITY OF MR. HUME.
    • IS MAKING NEW FRIENDS IN PARIS—DECAY OF THE FRENCH STAGE—LE KAIN—DUMENIL—NEW FRENCH INCLINATION FOR PHILOSOPHY AND FREE-THINKING—GENERAL ADMIRATION OF HUME'S HISTORY AND RICHARDSON'S NOVELS.
    • HIS PRESENTATION AT COURT—ILLNESS OF THE DAUPHIN—DESCRIPTION OF HIS THREE SONS.
    • SUPPER PARTIES AT PARIS—WALPOLE WRITES A LETTER FROM LE ROI DE PRUSSE À MONSIEUR ROUSSEAU.
    • A CONSTANT ROUND OF AMUSEMENTS—A GALLERY OF FEMALE PORTRAITS—MADAME GEOFFRIN—MADAME DU DEFFAND—MADAME DE MIREPOIX—MADAME DE BOUFFLERS—MADAME DE ROCHFORT—THE MARÉCHALE DE LUXEMBURG—THE DUCHESSE DE CHOISEUL—AN OLD FRENCH DANDY—M. DE MAUREPAS—POPULARITY OF HIS LETTER TO ROUSSEAU.
    • SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND—CARDINAL YORK—DEATH OF STANILAUS LECZINSKI, EX-KING OF POLAND.
    • SINGULAR RIOT IN MADRID—CHANGES IN THE FRENCH MINISTRY—INSURRECTIONS IN THE PROVINCES.
    • THE BATH GUIDE—SWIFT'S CORRESPONDENCE.
    • BATH—WESLEY.
    • MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES—RETURN OF LORD CLIVE.
    • DEATH OF CHARLES TOWNSHEND AND OF THE DUKE OF YORK—WHIST THE NEW FASHION IN FRANCE.
    • SOME NEW POEMS OF GRAY—WALPOLE'S "HISTORIC DOUBTS"—BOSWELL'S "CORSICA."
    • WILKES IS RETURNED M.P. FOR MIDDLESEX—RIOTS IN LONDON—VIOLENCE OF THE MOB.
    • FLEETING FAME OF WITTICISMS—"THE MYSTERIOUS MOTHER."
    • CASE OF WILKES.
    • THE ENGLISH CLIMATE.
    • VOLTAIRE'S CRITICISMS ON SHAKESPEARE—PARNELL'S "HERMIT."
    • ARRIVAL OF THE KING OF DENMARK—HIS POPULARITY WITH THE MOB.
    • WILKES'S ELECTION—THE COMTESSE DE BARRI—THE DUC DE CHOISEUL'S INDISCRETION.
    • A GARDEN PARTY AT STRAWBERRY—A RIDOTTO AT VAUXHALL.
    • PAOLI—AMBASSADORIAL ETIQUETTE.
    • HIS RETURN TO PARIS—MADAME DEFFAND—A TRANSLATION OF "HAMLET"—MADAME DUMENIL—VOLTAIRE'S "MEROPE" AND "LES GUÈBRES."
    • THE FRENCH COURT—THE YOUNG PRINCES—ST. CYR—MADAME DE MAILLY.
    • A MASQUERADE—STATE OF RUSSIA.
    • WILKES—BURKE'S PAMPHLET—PREDICTION OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS—EXTRAVAGANCE IN ENGLAND.
    • MASQUERADES IN FASHION—A LADY'S CLUB.
    • THE PRINCESS OF WALES IS GONE TO GERMANY—TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN PARIS.
    • FALL OF THE DUC DE CHOISEUL'S MINISTRY.
    • PEACE WITH SPAIN—BANISHMENT OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENT—MRS. CORNELYS'S ESTABLISHMENT—THE QUEEN OF DENMARK.
    • QUARREL OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS WITH THE CITY—DISSENSIONS IN THE FRENCH COURT AND ROYAL FAMILY—EXTRAVAGANCE IN ENGLAND.
    • GREAT DISTRESS AT THE FRENCH COURT.
    • ENGLISH GARDENING IN FRANCE—ANGLOMANIE—HE IS WEARY OF PARIS—DEATH OF GRAY.
    • SCANTINESS OF THE RELICS OF GRAY—GARRICK'S PROLOGUES, ETC.—WILKES'S SQUINT.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE PRETENDER—THE PRINCESS LOUISE, AND HER PROTECTION OF THE CLERGY—FOX'S ELOQUENCE.
    • AN ANSWER TO HIS "HISTORIC DOUBTS"—HIS EDITION OF GRAMMONT.
    • POPULARITY OF LOUIS XVI—DEATH OF LORD HOLLAND—BRUCE'S "TRAVELS."
    • DISCONTENT IN AMERICA—MR. GRENVILLE'S ACT FOR THE TRIAL OF ELECTION PETITIONS—HIGHWAY ROBBERIES.
    • THE POPE'S DEATH—WILKES IS RETURNED FOR MIDDLESEX—A QUAKER AT VERSAILLES.
    • BURKE'S ELECTION AT BRISTOL—RESEMBLANCE OF ONE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO ANOTHER—COMFORT OF OLD AGE.
    • DEATH OF LORD CLIVE—RESTORATION OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENT—PREDICTION OF GREAT MEN TO ARISE IN AMERICA—THE KING'S SPEECH.
    • RIOTS AT BOSTON—A LITERARY COTERIE AT BATH—EASTON.
    • OPPOSITION OF THE FRENCH PARLIAMENTS TO TURGOT'S MEASURES.
    • HIS DECORATIONS AT "STRAWBERRY"—HIS ESTIMATE OF HIMSELF, AND HIS ADMIRATION OF CONWAY.
    • ANGLOMANIE IN PARIS—HORSE-RACING.
    • OSSIAN—CHATTERTON.
    • AFFAIRS IN AMERICA—THE CZARINA AND THE EMPEROR OF CHINA.
    • DEATH OF LORD CHATHAM—THURLOW BECOMES LORD CHANCELLOR.
    • EXULTATION OF FRANCE AT OUR DISASTERS IN AMERICA—FRANKLIN—NECKER—CHATTERTON.
    • ADMIRAL KEPPEL'S SUCCESS—THREATS OF INVASION—FUNERAL OF LORD CHATHAM.
    • SUGGESTION OF NEGOTIATIONS WITH FRANCE—PARTITION OF POLAND.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL CRUISE OF KEPPEL—CHARACTER OF LORD CHATHAM.
    • CAPTURE OF PONDICHERRY—CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY—LA FAYETTE IN AMERICA.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE MINISTRY—CHARACTER OF THE ITALIANS AND OF THE FRENCH.
    • ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS—DEATH OF LORD TEMPLE.
    • CHANCES OF WAR WITH HOLLAND—HIS FATHER'S POLICY—POPE—CHARACTER OF BOLINGBROKE.
    • POLITICAL EXCITEMENT—LORD G. GORDON—EXTRAORDINARY GAMBLING AFFAIRS IN INDIA.
    • RODNEY'S VICTORY—WALPOLE INCLINES TO WITHDRAW FROM AMUSEMENTS.
    • THE GORDON RIOTS.
    • HOGARTH—COLONEL CHARTERIS—ARCHBISHOP BLACKBURNE—JERVAS—RICHARDSON'S POETRY.
    • THE PRINCE OF WALES—HURRICANE AT BARBADOES—A "VOICE FROM ST. HELENA."
    • NAVAL MOVEMENTS—SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR—FEMALE FASHIONS.
    • CAPITULATION OF LORD CORNWALLIS—PITT AND FOX.
    • THE LANGUAGE PROPER FOR INSCRIPTIONS IN ENGLAND—FALL OF LORD NORTH'S MINISTRY—BRYANT.
    • HIGHWAYMEN AND FOOTPADS.
    • FOX'S INDIA BILL—BALLOONS.
    • BALLOONS.
    • HIS LETTERS ON LITERATURE—DISADVANTAGE OF MODERN WRITERS—COMPARISON OF LADY MARY WORTLEY WITH MADAME DE SÉVIGNÉ.
    • CRITICISM ON VARIOUS AUTHORS: GREEK, LATIN, FRENCH, AND ENGLISH—HUMOUR OF ADDISON, AND OF FIELDING—WALLER—MILTON—BOILEAU'S "LUTRIN"—"THE RAPE OF THE LOCK"—MADAME DE SÉVIGNÉ.
    • MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES—THE AFFAIR OF THE NECKLACE IN PARIS—FLUCTUATING UNPOPULARITY OF STATESMEN—FALLACIES OF HISTORY.
    • BREVITY OF MODERN ADDRESSES—THE OLD DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • LADY CRAVEN—MADAME PIOZZI—"THE ROLLIAD"—HERSCHEL'S ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERY.
    • MRS. YEARSLEY—MADAME PIOZZI—GIBBON—"LE MARIAGE DE FIGARO."
    • GENTLEMEN WRITERS—HIS OWN REASONS FOR WRITING WHEN YOUNG—VOLTAIRE—"EVELINA"—MISS SEWARD—HAYLEY.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE ROYAL FAMILY—THE REGENCY—THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • "THE ARABIAN NIGHTS"—THE AENEID—BOCCALINI—ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE.
    • DISMISSAL OF NECKER—BARON DE BRETEUIL—THE DUC D'ORLÉANS—MIRABEAU.
    • BRUCE'S "TRAVELS"—VIOLENCE OF THE FRENCH JACOBINS—NECKER.
    • THE PRINCE OF WALES—GROWTH OF LONDON AND OTHER TOWNS.
    • SIR W. AND LADY HAMILTON—A BOAT-RACE—THE MARGRAVINE OF ANSPACH.
    • ARREST OF THE DUCHESSE DE BIRON—THE QUEEN OF FRANCE—PYTHAGORAS.
    • EXPECTATIONS OF A VISIT TO STRAWBERRY BY THE QUEEN.
    • REPORT OF THE VISIT.
    • UNWIN BROTHERS, THE GRESHAM PRESS, CHILWORTH AND LONDON.
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