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Page FPONTIAPIECE, JOHNSON'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH JOHN WILKES. TITLE-PAGE, PORTRAIT OF DR. Johnson, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR J REYNOLDS, 1778. JOHNSON PUTTING HIS BOOKS IN ORDER

1 OMAI, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT

6 MR. ELLIS, FROM THE PAINTING BY FRY

13 APTHUR MURPHY, FROM A PAINTING BY N. DANCE, R.A.

19 MR. CRADOCK, FROM A PRINT ÎN “THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE"

23 PUMP-ROOM, BATH, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT

27 TOWER OF ST. MARY REDCLIFF, FROM A RECENT SKETCH

30 MR. WILKES, FROM THE ETCHING BY HOGARTII

41 THE BOSWELL FAMILY, FROM A PAINTING BY SINGLETON, IN THE POSSESSION OF LEWIS Pocock, Esq.

50 GOLDSMITH'S MONUMENT IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, FROM AN ORIGINAL SKETCH, 1851 52 DR. BARNARD, FROM A DRAWING BY Geo. DANCE Johnson's RESIDENCE AT BRIGHTON, FROM AN ORIGINAL, SKETCH

59 DR. BLAIR, FROM A PAINTING BY RAEBURN

62 RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS

71 ASHBOURNE CHURCH, DERBYSHIRE, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT, BY MALCOLM

91 DR. DODD, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT, BY TROTTER .

94 EARL OF LIVERPOOL, FROM A PRINT BY MURPHY

98 KEDDLESTONE, FROM A DRAWING BY G. BABRET, R.A.

107 KEDDLESTONE CHURCH, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT, BY MALCOLM

108 Mrs. MACAULAY, FROM A PAINTING BY KATHERINE READ

124 JOHNSON AND THE DEAD CAT

128 JOHNSON AND BOSWELL IN THE GARDEN

132 SAUNDERS WELCH, ESQ., FROM A PRIVATE PRINT

145 THE DRAWING-ROOM AT THRALE PLACE, FROM A DRAWING BY W. H. Pyne

150 ALCIBIADES' Dog

156 FLORENTINE BOAR

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156 JOHNBON PRESENTING A COPY OF THE BIBLE

166 THB SITE OF HORACE'S VILLA, FROM A DRAWING BY T. P. HACKET, 1780.

168 DR. SHIPLEY, FROM A PRINT MR. CAMBRIDGE, FROM A PAINTING BY O. HOMPHREY, B.A.

170 DAVID GARRIOR, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS .

178 MA. C. J. Fox, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS

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Page DR. PORTEUS, FROM A PAINTING BY H. BURCH

188 FLEET STREET, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT

201 SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS'S RESIDENCE, LEICESTER SQUARE, FROM A DRAWING BY SCHNAHELIE 203 SEAT OF THE RIGHT HON. EDMUND BURKE, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT, BY RAVENHILL 209 Miss REYNOLDS, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS

215 ALLAN RAMSAY, FROM A PRINT

218 MRS. RUDD, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT IN “THE TOWN AND COUNTRY MAGAZINE " 222 JOHNSON AT WARLEY CAMP

232 SIR JOSEPH BANKS, FROM A PAINTING BY J. PHILLIPS, R.A..

246 Bust OF GARRICK, BY WESTMACOTT, IN LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL, FROM AN ORIGINAL SKETCH, 1851

250 REV. JOHN WESLEY, FROM A PRINT

264 LICHFIELD FRIARY, FROM AN ORIGINAL SKETCH, 1851

267 Rev. GEORGE WHITEFIELD, FROM A PRINT

274 LADY DIANA BEAUCLERK, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR Joshua REYNOLDS MRS. MONTAGU, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS

282 LORD GEORGE GORDON, FROM A CONTEMPORARY DRAWING BY R. BRAW,

285 LORD MANSFIELD, FROM A PAINTING BY SIR J. REYNOLDS

286 NEWGATE, 1780, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT .

287 MR. ALDERMAN WILKES, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT MR. AKERMAN, FROM A CONTEMPORARY PRINT

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JOHNSON RETURNS TO LONDON - DR. BUTTER - MR. WEDDERBURNE — MR. MACKLIN

JOHNSON'S OPINIONS ON MARRIAGE-DEATH OF DR. JAMES-JOHNSON'S REMEDY FOR MELANCHOLY – BARETTI - LOBO's “ ABYSSINIA" - CAPTAIN COOK-OMAI-THE MITRE TAVERN-LORD CHARLES HAY-PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES–MR. MACLAURIN -LAW OF LIBEL—THE ROMAN CATHOLIC RELIGION—"THE ALL-KNOWING" MR. JACKSON -ANECDOTE OF MR. FOWKE-JACK ELLIS, THE MONEY SCRIVENER--JOHNSON'S IDEAS OF GAMING-ON CONJUGAL INFIDELITY-MR. MACBEAN-THE USURY LAWS-DR. CHEYNE - CIBBER'S " LIVES OF THE POETS" — LITERARY REVIEWERS - SMOLLETT — " THE SPECTATOR" - DR. BARRY-GARRICK-GENIUS OF THOMSON-DISPUTE BETWEEN GOLD SMITH AND DODSLEY–MR. CRADOCK.—DR. HARWOOD-SUPPER AT THE CROWN AND ANCHOR—WINE-DRINKING-JOHNSON VISITS BATH.

He was

HAVING left Ashbourne in the evening, we stopped to change horses

at Derby, and availed ourselves of a moment to enjoy the conversation of my countryman, Dr. Butter, then physician there. in great indignation because Lord Mountstuart's bill for a Scotch militia had been lost. Dr. Johnson was as violent against it. “I am glad,” said he, “that Parliament has had the spirit to throw it out. You wanted to take advantage of the timidity of our scoundrels," (meaning, I suppose, the ministry.) It may be observed that he used the epithet scoundrel very commonly—not quite in the sense in whick.

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