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Charlemont, James, first Earl of, iv. 85.
Charles I, ii: 381;. } Johnson's opinion of.

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Charles V. his celebration of his funeral obsequies in his life time,

jji. 268.
Chastity, ii. 475. See Marriage.
Chatham, Earl of, iv. 340.
Chatterton's poems, iii. 47, 48.
Chesterfield, Lord, i. 161, 232, 240, 241; ii. 217, 312 ; iii. 380,
416; iv. 187, 355.
his Letters, i. 212; ii. 342.

might be made a very pretty book, iii,
50, 51.

Johnson's severe letter to him, i. 236.
Cheyney's 'English Malady,' iii. 26, 88.
Cheynel, Johnson's Life of, i. 206.
Children, i. 23, 429; ii. 95 ; iii. 28, 139. See Education.

always cruel, i. 415.
Cholmondeley, Hon. Mrs. iii. 283, 343.

George James, Esq. iv. 368.
Christian, Rev. Mr. his solution of a strange fact at St. Kilda,

ii. 52.
Christian religion, evidence of, i. 375, 407, 443; ii. 205, 341.
Churchill's poetry, i. 397.
Churton, Rev. Mr. Ralph, his excellent remarks, iv. 225, 399.
Chymistry, iv. 250.
Cibber, Colley, i. 126, 154, 381 ; ii. 88, 352; iii. 72, 201;

iv. 253. See George II.
... Theophilus, his ' Lives of the Poets,' i. 165 ; iii. 29, 30, 31.
Clarendon, Lord, continuation of his ' History,' ii. 443.

his style, iii. 280.

cominendation of, i, 257; ii. 78.
Claret, its inefficacy as wine, iii. 410.
Clarke, Richard, Esq. iv. 275.
Clarke, Dr. his works, iv. 453, 454.
Cleone,' Dodsley's, i. 303 ; iv. 19,

Cleonice,' Hoole's, ii. 301.
Clergy, the, ii. 122, 176, 248, &c. iii. 151, 328, 333 ; iv. 93, 198.
Clergyman, advice to a young one, iii. 470.
Clerk, Sir P. J. iv. 86.
Climate, contributes little to happiness, ii. 198.
Clive, Lord, iii. 430,

Clive, Mrs. the Actress, iv. 7, 257, 258.
Club, Essex-head, iv. 270.

Eumelian, iv. 430.

LITERARY, See L.
Coachmaker's-hall Debating Society, iv. 100.
Cobb, Mrs. iii. 442.
Cock-lane Ghost, i. 386; iii. 289.
Colchester, i. 445.
Collections in writing, their use, ii. 87.
College tutor, an old one's advice to one of his papils relative to

composition, ii. 242.
Collins, the poet, i. 363.
Colman, George, Esq. ii. 332, 348; iii. 99; iv. 9.

his Letter from Lexiphanes,' iv. 422.
Combabus, iii. 259.
Commandment, the ninth, i. 147.
Condescension, iii. 2.
Confession, auricular, ii. 101; iii. 58.
Congé d'elire, iv. 346.
Congreve, his works, ii. 83, 91 ; iii, 205.

Johnson's Life of, iv. 57.

Rev. Mr. i. 22; ii. 479, 495.
• Connoissseur,' the, i. 399.
O'Connor, Charles, Esq. his ' Account of Ireland,' i. 297.

Johnson's letter to, iii. 118.
Const, Francis, Esq. iii. 15.
Controversial writings, ii. 458; iii. 10.
Convents, i. 8.
Conversation, ii. 265, 463,468 ; iii: 53, 202, 366 ; iv. 196, 197,

198, 199, 200, 250.
Conversation, solid, disagreeable to men of moderate capacity, be-

cause they are left out of company by it, iii. 54.
Converts, ii. 102.
Cook, Captain, iii. 8.
Cooper, John Gilbert, Esq. ii. 128; iii. 16+; iv. 4.
Convocation, the, of the Clergy, i. 443.
Coriat, Tom, ii. 178.
Cork and Orrery, John, Earl of, ii. 128; ii, 200, 260, 271, 839;

iv. 16, 1871
Corn-laws of Ireland, ii. 130.
Corsican-language, ii. 9, 69, 70, 78.
Cotterell, Missez, i. 221.

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Country Gentlemen, ii. 197.

... should visit London with their wives to aca
quire topicks of conversation, iii. 196.
Country life, iii. 274, 275.
Courtship of great men, how far allowable, ii. 8; iii 207,
Courtenay, John, Esq. his poem on Johnson's character, i. 39,

200, 292, 324 ; ii. 276; iv. 416.
Coverley, Sir Roger de, ii. 382.
Cowley, Johnson's Life of, iii. 28 ; iv. 37, 38.

the edition of his select works by Bishop Hurd, iii. 28,

247.
Coxeter, Thomas, Esq. his great collection of English Poetry,
iii. 173.

the Lives of the Poets, by Shields and Cibber, compiled
from his manuscripts, iii. 173, n.
Crabbe, Rev. Mr. his Village,' iv. 188.
Cradock, Joseph, Esq. iii. 38.
Craven, Lady, (now Margravine of Anspach,) iii. 21.
Croft, Rev. Herbert, iv. 820, 332.

his · Life of Young,' iv. 61.
Cromwell, the Usurper, Johnson's design of writing his life, iv.

249.
Crosbie, Sir Andrew, ii. 388.
Crouch, Mrs. iv. 238.
Crousaz, i, 115, 135.
Cruikshank, Mr. Johnson's letter to, iv. 394, 435.
Cullen, Dr. iv. 282.
Cumberland, Richard, Esq. iii. 42; iv. 68, 419.
Curates, the question of raising their salaries discussed, iii. 151.

D.
Dalrymple, Sir John, his Memoirs, ii. 216.

Sir David, See Hailes, Lord.
Dalzel, Mr. Professor of Greek at Edinburgh, iv. 11.
Dartineuf, ii. 466.
Davies, Mr. Thomas, character and anecdotes of, i. 370, 371; ii.
63, 65, 89, 279, 356, 361 ; iii. 37, 244, 270; iv. 7, 8, 243.

Johnson's kind letters to, iv. 243, 395.

his. Memoirs of Garrick,' iii. 468.
Dawkins,

Esq. the traveller, iv. 133.
Deane's ' Future Life of Brut es,' ji. 54.
Death, reflections on, i. 313; ii. 103, 110; iii. 319, 337 ; iv.

299, 301, 321. See ohnson.
VOL. IV.

Ii

Debts, contracting them, the source of much evil and calamity,

iv. 164, 168.
Dedications, Prefaces, Introductions, &c. by Johnson, and re-

marks on, i. 138, 154, 160, 168, 231, 293, 325, 346, 347,

363 ; ii, 1, 26, 46, 210, 230, 302 ; iii. 112, 120; iv. 417.
Defoe, Daniel, iii. 289.
Delany's ' Observation on Swift,' ïi. 271.
Dempster, George, Esq. i. 387, 413, 415; ii. 316.
Dennis, John, his critical works worth collecting, iii. 39.
Derby, some particulars relating to, iii. 178.
Derrick, Samuel, Esq. i. 365, 374, 432, 433; iii. 400; iv.

205, 2+3.
Desmoulins, Mrs. i. 41, 214 ; iii. 243 ; iv. 455.
Devayres, John, Esq. iv. 29+.
Devil, the first Whig, iii. 351.

his influence upon the souls of men, iv. 312.
Devonshire, Duke of, iii. 203, 406.

Duchess of, iv. 382.
Diamond, Mr. i. 218.
Dibden, Mr. ii. 107.
Dick, Sir Alexander, letters of, iii. 105, 138; iv. *279.

... Johnson's praise of his liberality as a Scotchman, iii. 138.
Dictionary of the English Language, Johnson's, i. 160, 161, 162,
Dogs, do not compare, ii. 91.
Dominicetti's baths, ii. 94.
Dossie, Mr. iv. 10.
Douglas, Rev. Dr. (Bishop of Salisbury,) į. 103, 206, 235, 386;

163, 164, 365, 421, &c.; ii. 158, 210, 211; iii. 122,
435; iv. 4.

first published, i. 271.
epitome of, i. 283.
Garrick's epigram on, i. 279.

Mr. Harris of Salisbury's praise
of, ii. 122.
Dilly, Messkas. i. 65, 116; iv. 124, 139.
..... Johnson's letters to, iii. 135, 424; iv. 274.
Diomed, his father's noble exhortation to him in the Iliad, ii, 129.
Distressed Mother,' Johnson's Epilogue to, i. 32.
Dixie, Sir Wolstan, Bart. i. 58.
Dodd, Rev. Dr. iii, 128, 153, 154, 155, 168, 181, 182, 292, 304.

Johnson's assistance to him, ii. 154, 157, 158.
Johnson's opinion concerning him, iv. 219, 220.

Johnson's letters to him, iii. 159, 162,
Dodington, George Bubb, Esq. (afterwards Lord Melcombe,) i,

194 ; iv. 62.
Dodsley, Robert, i. 100, 240; ij. 462 ; iii. 37 ; iv. 19.

ii. 65; iv. 298.
Douglas Cause, ii. 51, 235.
Drake, Sir Francis, Johnson's Life of, i, 125, 126.
Draughts, game of, i. 293.
Dreams, iv. 5.
“ Drelincourt on death,” ii. 166.
Drumgould, Colonel, ii. 418.
Drummond, Mr. William, Johnson's letters to, ii. 28, 32, 33.

Dr. iii. 90.
Drunkenness, See Wine.
Dryden, Johnson's Life of, ii. 171; iii. 72, 375; iv. 37, 43.

compared with Pope, ii. 4, 32.

has sometimes a profundity which Pope could never
reach, ii. 82; iii. 153.

his style easily distinguished from that of others, iii. 303.
his description of life, iv. 396.
his character at Will's Coffee-house, iii. 73.
his lines on Royal patronage, ii. 229.
his Prologues, ii. 338.

puzzled bimself about predestination, iii. 375.
Duelling, ii. 182, 232; iv. 223.
Du Halde's' Account of China,' ii. 56.
Dunbar, Dr. iii. 469.
Dunciad, Pope's, written primarily for fame, ii. 348.
Duncombe, William, Esq. iii. 339.
Dundas, Right Hon. Henry, iii. 231.
Dunning, Mr. his high compliment to Johnson, iii. 261.
Dury, Major-General Alexander, i. 313.
Dyer's 'Fleece,' ii. 471.
Dyer, Samuel, Esq. i. 457, ii. 15; iv. 10.

Easter, ii. 285.
Eccles, Rev. Mr. i. 340.

Esq i. 403.
Economy, petty, hardly worth while, iv, 203.
Edinburgh Royal Society transactions, absurd criticism on Johnson
in, iy. 25.

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