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CHAPTER IV.

CAMBRIDGE, 1625—1632.

PENSIONER OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE -- FELLOW-STUDENTS - LIST OF COLLEGES - HEADS

OF COLLEGES - MEADE'S LETTERS - OTHER NOTABILITIES — MASTER AND FELLOWS
OF CHRIST'S — TUTOR – CHAMBERS — TERMS AND VACATIONS - COLLEGE ROUTINE
- IRREGULARITIES — CURRICULUM -- EXTERNAL HISTORY OF MILTON'S UNIVER-
SITY LIFE -- DEATH OF JAMES 1. — ACCESSION OF CHARLES 1. – MARRIAGE OF
CHARLES -- PLAGUE - DEATI OF BACON - UNIVERSITY REFORM - CONTEST FOR A
NEW CHANCELLOR — THE KING URGES THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM - HE 18
ELECTED – MILTON'S COLLEGE DIFFICULTY — NEW TUTOR — LATIN VERSE -
JEREMY TAYLOR — DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM'S INSTALLATION - A SUSPECTED JESUIT
- ROYAL FAVORS TO UNIVERSITY - KING AND PARLIAMENT - LOVE - ROMANCE
AND REALITY - COMMENCEMENT — MILTON'S SHARE IN IT - ASSASSINATION OF
DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM – YOUNG GILL IN TROUBLE - PARDONED - CROMWELL'S
APPEARANCE IN PARLIAMENT - PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED - MILTON RECEIVES
DEGREE OF B. A. - VISIT OF LORD HOLLAND AND FRENCH AMBASSADOR — DRA-
MATIO PERFORMANCES -- ODE ON THE NATIVITY AND OTHER POEMS - COLLEGIANS
AND MATRIMONY - THE PLAGUE COMES - COLLEGES DESERTED -- NOBLE CONDUCT
OF VICE-CHANCELLOR – A VACANT FELLOWSHIP FILLED BY THE KING - HOBSON,
THE CARRIER – MILTON'S EPITAPHS - CHRISTOPHER, THE BROTHER - ENTERS
CAMBRIDGE - DEATH OF MARQUESS OF WINCHESTER -- LINES OF BEN JONSON
AND MILTON - MILTON'S LAST YEAR -- NO ODE FOR ROYALTY — NEW STUDENTS
OF NOTE - PEARSON - CUDWORTH - MORE — VISIT OF KING AND QUEEN - RIVAL
COMEDIES - SUICIDE OF VICE-CHANCELLOR - MILTON RECEIVES DEGREE OF M. A.
- CAMBRIDGE IN A TRANSITION PERIOD — REVOLUTION AT HAND – MILTON'S
ATTAINMENTS -- STANDING - DISSATISFIED WITH UNIVERSITY COURSE - COLLEGE
RHETORICAL ESSAYS - PERSONAL APPEARANCE AT LEAVING COLLEGE — PORTRAITS
- PURITY OF LIFE - DOGMATISM — WANT OF HUMOR - INQUISITIVENESS, . 75

CH A PᎢ Ꭼ Ꭱ .

CHURCH AND GOVERNMENT - BISHOP LAUD— 1632.

MILTON DESIGNED FOR THE CHURCH -HIS OWN RELUOTANCE - CATHOLICS AND DIS-

SENTERS - PURITAN PARTY IN CHURCII OP ENGLAND

THEIR PETITION - NEW

CANONS ADOPTED — SEVERE REGIMEN OF ARCHBISHOP BANCROFT -- RELAXED BY
ABBOT, HIS SUCCESSOR - BISHOP WILLIAMS, THE LORD KEEPER — TENDENCIES TO
ROMANIBN AND ARMINIANISM - WILLIAM LAUD - PETTY AND RESTLESS NATURE
- GRADUAL ADVANCEMENT — DEATH OF JAMES I. - LAUD AND BUCKINGHAM
FRIENDS - ARCHBISHOP ABBOT DEPOSED – PARLIAMENTARY RESISTANCE - CLER-

ICAL PARTIES - KING'S PRIVY COUNCIL - NEW INSTRUCTIONS TO CLERGY-LAUD'S

AMBITIOUS DESIGNS — POLICY FOR STRENGTHENING HIS PARTY - STAR CHAMBER
- DR. LEIGHTON PUNISHED-SECRET OP LAUD'S POWER - GOOD REASON FOR MIL-

SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE - 1632.

BEX JONSOX, POET LAUREATE AND LITERARY SOVEREIGN — RELATIONS OF NOBLES

AND MEN OF LETTERS — ELIZABETHAN AND JACOBIN SCHOOLS --YOUNGER DRA-
MATIC WRITERS — PURITAX OPPOSITION TO THE STAGE - WOMEN AS ACTORS - NON-
DRAMATIC POETS - SPENSERIAN SCHOOL - BROWN - THE FLETCHERS -- DRUMMOND

-BATIRISTS -BP. HALL - MARSTOX-WITHER - METAPHYSICAL AND RELIGIOUS
- DOXXE - COWLEY - QUARLES - HERBERT - HABINGTON – CRASHAW – HUMOR-
ISTS - CORBIT - CAREW-SUCKLING - WALLER -- HERRICK - RANDOLPH – CLEVE-

XD-CARTWRIGHT - LATIN VERSIFIERS - BUCHANAN - JOHNSTON - PROSE WRI-

SITUATION OF HORTON - BEAUTY OF THE COUNTRY - SOCIETY -THE BULSTRODE

PAMILY - THE MILTON HOUSE NO LONGER STANDING - WALKS IN THE COUNTRY -
VISITS TO LONDON -GILL AND BEN JONSON — MILTON'S RANGE OF STUDY — AD-
THORSHIP - BONNET TO THE NIGHTINGALE - L'ALLEGRO AND IL PENSEROSO -
ARCADES AND COMUS - REACTION IN FAVOR OF THE DRAMA — MASQUES IN LONDON
- THE EGERTON FAMILY-LUDLOW CASTLE - BAXTER'S ACCOUNT OP IT - MILTOX
KECEIVES THE DEGREE OF . A. AT OXFORD-PLAGUE AT HORTON — DEATH OF
MILTON'S MOTHER - DEATHS OF BEN JONSON AND EDWARD KING - LETTERS TO
DIODATI - PANEGYRICS ON KING – LYCIDAS- NATIONAL EVENTS — PERIOD OF
THOROUGH - ABSOLUTISM AIMED AT BY THE COURT -- EXPEDIENTS TO RAISE MONEY
- STAR-CHAMBER SENTENCES - CROWN PATRONAGE OF CHURCH - NEW LEGISLA-
TION FOR CHURCH - PERSECUTIONS -- PRYNNE -- BASTWICK - BURTON — ROMANIZ-
ING PARTY - WENTWORTH'S GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND - LAUD COÖPERATES -

IRISH CHURCH ANGLICIZED - ECCLESIASTICISM OF SCOTLAND - LAUD'S ATTEMPTS
AT CHURCI REVOLUTION - VISIT OF CHARLES-CORONATION AT HOLYROOD ABBEY

- PARLIAMENTARY ACTION - ALARM IN SCOTLAND - PRIVY COUNCIL - STRENGTH

OF OPPOSITION — NOBLES - CLERGY — PEOPLE-DEPTH OF RELIGIOUS FEELING IN
SCOTLAND - NEW CANONS - SERVICE-BOOK - POPULAR OUTBREAK — THE SER-
VICE-BOOK A FAILURE – PETITIONS - KING'S PROCLAMATION - SOLEMN QATI AND
COVENANT - GENERAL SIGNING - MILTON LEAVES ENGLAND FOR THE CONTINENT, 437

CHAPTER VIII.

CONTINENTAL JOURNEY - 1638–1639.

THIRTY YEARS WAR – AUSTRIAN IMPERIALISM AND ITS ANTAGONIST FORCES —

FRANCE JOINS THE OPPOSITION -- RICHELIEU'S POLICY - BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF CON-
TINENTAL STATES — RELATIONS OF ENGLAND TO THE CONTINENT — SCUDAMORE AND
LEICESTER, ENGLISH AMBASSADORS AT PARIS — MILTON'S TOUR THROUGH FRANCE
- GROTIUS - SCHEME POR UNION OF ALL PROTESTANT CHURCHES — PARIS CORRE-

SPONDENCE-MILTON REACHES ITALY - NICE - ART AND MAN - THE PAST AND

PRESENT — DECLINE OF ITALIAN GENIUS — THE SEICENTISTI - DILETTANTISM —
ACADEMIES - GALILEO - GENOA – LEGHORN — PISA - FLORENCE - ITS MANY AT-
TRACTIONS - DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS - MILTON'S BRILLIANT RECEPTION-COM-
PLIMENTS FROM FLORENTINE SCHOLARS — VISIT TO GALILEO - ROME-ITS FOUR
HUNDRED AND FIFTY LIVING AUTHORS — NAPLES - TASSO AND MANSO — MARINI —
MILTON'S INTIMACY WITH MANSO - TOUR CUT SHORT BY NEWS FROM HOME-PA-
TRIOTISM STRONGER THAN SCHOLARLY TASTES -- RELIGIOUS FRANKNESS -- ROME
AGAIN - FLORENCE - LUCCA — BOLOGNA — FERRARA – VENICE – ATTEMPTS AT
ITALIAN VERSE - DIODATI'S DEATH — HOMEWARD ROUTE OVER THE ALPS – GENEVA
- ITS PROFESSORS AND MINISTERS — FOREIGN VISITORS - MILTON REACHES HOME
AFTER AN ABSENCE OF A YEAR AND THREE MONTHS, . . . . . . 582

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