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Education, i. 70, 429, 434; ii. 6, 422, 457 ; iii. 12, 185, 386,
414; iv. 336.

Johnson of opinion that we ought not to refine too
much in the education of our children, iii. 185.
Edwards, Thomas, Esq., his Canons of Criticism,' i. 239.

Rev. Dr., Johnson's letter to, iii. 395.

Mr. (Johnson's fellow Collegian,) anecdotes of, iii. 326;
iv. 95.

of New England, iii. 315.
Eglintoune, Alexander, Earl of, ii. 66 ; iii. 206.
Egotisın, iii. 188, 349, 454.
Elu, Mr. iii. 351.
Elibank, Patrick, Lord, iii. 24, 53; iv. 9, 122.
Eliot, Edward, of Port Eliot, (first Lord,) iv. 84, 355.
Elizabeth, Queen of England, rate of her learning, iv. 12.
Ellis, Mr. John, iii. 20.
Elplinstone, Mr. James, his edition of The Rambler,' i. 187.

Johnson's letters to, i. 188, 189.
Elwal, the enthusiast, ii. 167, 259.
Emigration, iii. 252.
Emmet, Mrs. the Actress, ii. 484.
English Poets, the selection of them for the general and collected

edition of their works, made by the booksellers, and not by

Johnson, iii. 399.
Entails, ii. 427, 437, 449, 450, 453.

Johnson's letters on, ii. 430, 431, 436, 438, 440.
Envy, ii. 44, 268; iii. 335.
Epilogue to “The Distressed Mother,' i. 33.
Episcopacy, iii. 400, 401. See Bishops.
Epitaphs, ii. 400; iv. 205, 428.

Essay on, i. 124.
Erasmus, Johnson's opinion of his “Ciceronianus," iv. 378.

a passage of his applied to Johnson, iv. 318, n.
Erskine, Hon. Thomas, ii. 177, &c.

Hon. Andrew, both a good poet and a good critick, iii. 165.
Essex-Head Club; See Club.
· Eugenio,' a poem, ii. 2+5.
Eurnelian Club; See Club.
European Magazine, i. 341.
Excise, Johnson's definition of, i. 275.
Execution of criminals, iv. 201.
Exhibition of Paintings, i. S41.

F.
Fable, Sketch of one, by Johnson, ii. 237, 238.
Falconer, Rev. Mr., a Scotch non-juring Bishop, iii. 400,
• False Alarm ;' See Johnson's Political Pamphlets.
• Falkland's Islands,' ii. 135, 136, 119.
Fame, i. 428; iii. 285.
Families, old, respect due to them, ii. 155, 269.
Farmer, Rev. Dr.-Johnson's letters to, ii. 111; iii. 459.
Farquhar, in Johnson's opinion, a poet of considerable merit, ir. 7.
Fasting, its effect on one of the Fathers, ii. 456.
Favours unreasonable, 349, 350,
Felixmarte of Hircania, i. 25.
Females, succession of, See Entail ; Feudal System.
Ferguson, Sir Adam, ii. 173.

the Astronomer, ii. 94.
Feudal System, ii. 181, 208, 269, 433, 448 ; iii. 384. See Entail.
Fiction, real and original, a very small quantity of it in the world,

iv. 249.
Fielding, compared with Richardson, ii. 50.

his works, ii. 177 ; iii. 42.
Fingal. See Ossian.
Fitzherbert, Mr. iii. 163, 415; iv. 28.
Fitzosborne's letters, iv. 293, n.
Flatman's poems, iii. 29.
Fleet-street, i. 438 ; ii. 350, 447 ; iii: 326. See London.
Fleming, Sir Michael le, i. 438.
Flexman, Mr. index-maker, iv. 343.
Flint, Bet, iv. 108,
Flood, Right Hon. Henry, his bequest to Dublin University, i. 298.

his epitaph on Johnson, iv. 463.
Floyer, Sir John, i. 20; iv. 285.

author of an excellent book on the asthma, iv. 285.
Fludyer, Rev. Mr. ii. 46+.
Foote, Samuel, anecdotes and character of, ii. 90, 91, 92,

103, 157, 217; iji. 70, 201, 202, 285; iv. 236, 297,
Fop, a clerical one, only half a beau, iv. 82.
Foppery, never cured, ii. 123.
Forbes, Sir William, iii. 86, 225.
Ford, the Rev. Cornelius, i. 26 ; iii. 377.
Fordyce, Dr. James, i. 375; iv. 449.
Forrester, Colonel, iii. 21.
Forster's Voyage to the South Sea, iii. 197.
Fortune-hunters, ii. 131.

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Forster, Mrs. Elizabeth, (Milton's grand-daughter), i. 205.
Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, iii. 282; iv. 179, 315.
France, Johnson's visit to, ii. 395, 396.

his journal there, ii. 401, & seq.

the reason assigned why he did not print an account of
his travels there, iii. 325.

his opinions of that country, iii. 380.
Francis's Horace, iii. 381.
Franklin, Rev. Dr. his translation of Lucian's Demonax,' and

Dedication to Johnson, iv. 33.

.. Benjamin, bis definition of man, ii. 366.
French, Mrs. iv. 48.
French writers, superficial, and why, i. 431.

language, Johnson's knowledge of, ii. 80, 219.

their manners and writings, ii. 124 ; iii. 380; iv. 14, 251,
Frenchmen use big words for little matters, i. 449.
in general know no more than women,

iii. 275.
their literature, ii. 280.

a gross ill-bred people, iii. 380; iv. 251.
Frederick III. Johnson's Life of, i. 285.
Friends, and Friendship, i. 220, 277 ; ii. 184 ; iii. 159, 415, 451.
473; iv. 5.

whether there are any probable grounds for supposing that
they shall know one another in a future state, ii. 164; iii. 337.
Friendship, departed, i. 189; iii. 149, 337.

d.. cne of its greatest pleasures, ii. 212.

an Ode, i. 137.
Fullarton, Colonel, iii. 387.
Future state of man, ii. 164; iii. 218, 312; iv. 225.
..... different degrees of happiness in heaven, ii. 7 ; iii. 312.

G,
Gaming, ii. 178; iii. 23.
Ganganelli's letters, iii. 311,
Gardiner, Mrs. i. 219; iii. 29; iv. 261, 440, n.
Garrick, David, Esq. anecdotes of i. 72, 73, 74, 75, 159, 170,

173, 178, 226, 243, 372; ii. 69, 77, 87, 232, 237, 239, 240,
338, 339, 483, 48+; iii. 49, 70, 71, 278, 280, 281, &c. 318,
415, 419; iv. 236,

his Shakspeare Jubilee, ii. 69.

Johnson's opinion of him, i. 194,378, 458; ii. 87, 131,
195, 232, 338, 388, 458, 484 ; iii. 34, 49, 70, 72, 201, 285,
3-6, 415, 416; iv. 4, 16, 528.

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Garrick, David, Esq. his death, iii. 400.

Peter, Esq. i. 89; ii. 325, 482, 486; iii. 412.

Mrs. iv. 101.
Gastrel, Mrs. ii. 490 ; iii. 443.
Gaubius, Professor at Leyden, his criterion of madness, i. 42.
General Warrants, ii. 72.
Gay, the Orpheus of highwaymen, ii. 378.
Gentilhomme est toujours Gentilhomme, i. 47 2.
Gentility, i. 471; ii. 352, 353; iii. 313.

more virtues among the higher classes than among those
of inferior ranks, iii. 381.
Gentleman's Magazine, i. 89, 90, &c.
Gentlewoman, one born so, always distinguishable, ii. 130.
George I. (King) ii. 354.

II. i. 123, 124, 186; ii. 354.

JII, his accession and character, i. 332, 314, 353; ii. 46;
iii. 462.

Johnson's interview with, ii. 37.
Ghosts, i. 385, 386, 387; ii. 166, 181, 186; iii. 251, 321, 377,

423; iv. 98.
Gibbon, Edward, Esq. ii. 67, 360, 377, 467 ; iii. 265 ; iv.78.

his imitation of Johnson's style, ir. 424.
Gibbons, Dr. iv. 133,
Gillespie, Dr. consulted on Dr. Johnson's case, iv. 279.

Johnson's praise of his opinion, iv. 279.
Gisborne, Dr. his anecdote of Mr. Fitzherbert, iii. 164.
Glow-worm, Johnson's fable of, ii. 237.

his Latin poem on, ii. 56.
Gluttony, i. 446.
Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, character of, i. 388, 392, & seq.

anecdotes of, i. 192, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395; ii. 44,
81, 184, 185, 186, 190, 199, 211, 215, 220, 221, 224, 229,
230, 236, 237, 238, 241, 242, 252, 264, 265, 266, 270;
iii. 36 ; iv. 9, 27, 178, 187.

treated by Charles, the first Lord Camden, as an of
dinary man, iii. 306.

his death, ii. 290, 292.
Johnson's epitaphs on him, iii. 82, 83, 85.

his bon-mots on Johnson, ii. 67, 237, 239; iv. 119,
295.

Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, Johnson's opinions of him and his works,

i. 387 ; ii. 49, 169, 185, 199, 370 ; iii. 36, 183, 268,

273, 274, 292, 336, 346, 404 ; iv. 21, 29.
Good-breeding, perfect,-in what it consists, ii. 81.
Good Friday, ii. 364, 368; iii. 338.
Gordon, Lord George, iii. 460; iv. 92.
Gower, Earl, his letter to Swift, in favour of Johnson, i, 108.
Graham, Lord, iii. 411; iv. 114.

Miss, (now Lady Dashwood,) iii. 437.
Grainger, Dr. his Sugar Cane,' ii. 471.

his Ode on Solitude,' jii. 215.
Grammar school, Johnson's plan of, i. 75.
Granger, Rev. Mr. his · Biographical History,' iii. 94.
Granville, John Carteret, Earl, ii. 114 ; anecdote of, iv. 11.
Grattan, Henry, Esq. his oratory censured, iv. 340.
Gray's poetry, i. 382, ; ii. 167, 340, 348; iii. 31, 37; iv. 12.

Dr. ï. 416.
Great men, not fond of Johnson's company, and why, iv. 121.
Greek, Johnson's knowledge of, iv. 419.
Green, Mr. Richard, of Lichfield, his museum, iii. 442.

letter from Johnson to him, iv. 428.
Greenwich Hospital, i. 436.
Grenville, Right Hon. George, ii. 136.
Greville, Fulke, Esq. his 'Maxims.' iv. 329.
Grierson, Mr. ii. 114.
De Groot, a descendant of Grotius, iii. 135.
Grotius, i. 422; iii. 135.
Grove, Rev. Mr. iii. 33; iv. 32.
Guardian to children, instructions relative to the appointment of,

jii. 429.

Gustavus Adolphus, Harte's Life of, iv. 84.
Guthrie, William, Esq. i. 93 ; ii, 53., iv. 30.
Gwyn, Mr. the architect, ii. 459.

H.

Habeas Corpus, ii. 73.
Habits, early, not conquerable without unremitting exertion,

ji. 378.
Hackman, Rev. Mr. ïïi. 412.
Hailes, Lord, his and Johnson's opinion of each other, i. 412,

428; ii. 430.

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