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SA VILL AND EDWARDS, PRINTERS,
Langton's Johnsoniana–Anecdotes of Johnson, and his Opinions on various
Subjects—Theocritus-Callimachus Maittaire-On Employing the Poor
-Lockman-Physical and Moral Truth—Huggins—Mrs. Clive-Farquhar
-Garrick-Langley-Spence-Dr. Forster-Mrs. Lennox-Beauclerk-
Lord Elibank—Mr. Dossie–Toleration-Johnson's Memory-Dr. Parr
Machinery of Pagan Poets-Hospitality-Rev. Dr. Farmer-Joshua Barnes
-Dodsley's “ Cleone"-Goldsmith's Ignorance-Adam Smith-Burke-
Bishop Berkeley—Mr. Vesey-Richardson-Archbishop Secker-Dr
Blagden-Johnson's Religious Sentiments—Dr. Francklin's Demonax
Johnson's " Lives of the Poets" completed—John Nichols The various Read-
ings in “The Lives"_Cowley-Waller-Milton-Dr. Towers' Remarks
on the Writings of Johnson-Dryden-Pope-Bishop Warburton-Dr.
Broome - Lord Somerville - - Addison - Parnell — Blackmore - Ambrose
Philips-Congreve-Tickell --Akenside-Lyttelton-Miss Boothby-Her.
bert Croft-Young's “ Night Thoughts "—Swift-Rev. Joseph Spence-
Attacks on “ The Lives of the Poets
CHAPTER III.- 1781.
Johnson's Correspondence with Warren Hastings-Mr. Chambers--Mr. Hoole
-Liberty and Necessity-Doctors Marlay, Heath, and Moss-Picture of a
Man, by Shakspeare and Milton-Registration of Deeds Duty of an M.P.
-Deportment of Bishops—“Merriment of Parsons"-Rev. Zachariah
Mudge-Dr. Harte-Mahogany Liquor-On Dancing—Sir P. J. Clerk
and Mr. Perkins-American War--Dudley Long-Talking
Death of Mr.
Thrale—Queen's Arms Club—Mr. Hoole-Mrs. Lucy Porter-Mr. Be-
renger-Robin Hood Society-Apparitions-Dinner at Mrs. Garrick's
Mr. T. Hollis Printer's Devil-Whigs and Tories-Death of Mr. W
Johnson Dines with Wilkes and Dr. Beattie-Letter.writing-Bet Flint
Oratory-Beauclerk's Library-Blue-stocking Clubs-Stillingfleet The
Countess of Cork-Johnson's“ List of Subscribers"—“Talking for Victory"
-A“cui bono" Man—“Heroic Epistle to Sir W. Chambers" —Johnson's
Commendation of Lord Carlisle's Poems--Dr. Barnard —“Of Tory and
Whig"-Boswell's Departure for Scotland-Visit to Welwyn-Dr. Young
-On Original Sin—Rev. Mr. Palmer and the Unitarians—Ancient Egyp-
tians-Wealth-Rev. Mr. Smith-Luton Hoe, Seat of Lord Bute-Society
of Procurators, in Scotland -Mr. Robertson, of “ The Caledonian Mercury"
Marrying a Pretty Woman-Johnson's Charity to the Poor-Mr. Bewley's En.
thusiasm for Johnson-Sir J. Sinclair—Mr. Hector-Death of Mr. Levett
-Johnson's Satisfaction at the Dissolution of the Ministry-General Corre-
spondence-Mr. Malone-Johnson's Despondency-Dr. Lawrence-John-
son's Lamentations for the Loss of Friends Mrs. Careless—Passage from
“ The Beauties of Johnson "—Evils of Poverty-Mr. Perkins-Sanitary
Rules-Reprinting of “The Lives of the Poets"
Death of Boswell's Father-Johnson's Advice-His Correspondence with Bos-
well and his Lady-Poverty an Enemy to Human Happiness—Mrs. Thrale's
Coolness to Johnson–His parting Prayer on leaving Streatham-Mr. Met-
culfe-Visit to Cowdray-John Nichols-Wilson's "Archæological Dic.
tionary"-Dr. Patten-Boswell's Arrival in London, The Royal Family
Conversation—Lies of Vanity-Johnson's Antipathy to the Scotch-Gene-
ral Oglethorpe-Opium-Neglect of Merit-Use of Riches—Goldsmith and
Lord Shelburne-Crabbe's “ Village"
Penuriousness of Wealth-Lord Mansfield-Harrington's “ Nugæ Antiquæ"-
Motto on Johnson's Portrait-—“Quos Deus vult perdere," &c.—On Happi.
aess-Johnson's Powers of Conversation-Mr. Welch-Dr. Buchanan-
Grub-street—Sir Wm. Chambers-Bishop Hurd-Reserve of Englishmen
-Morice Morgann, Derrick, and Smart—"The Great Twalmley"—A Cha-
rade-Mr. Cambridge-Johnson's Love of Children and Animals—Abp.
Stuart_“The Turkish Spy"_Mr. Windham-Mr. Lowe on Hospitality-
Walled Gardens—Mr. Walker on the Origin of Language--Moorfields
A singular Character
Increase of London, and its Population-Natural Affections—Duel between
Riddell and Cunningham-On Corpulency-Government of India—Dr.
Shebbeare-Payment for Reviewing-Religious Disbelief-Liberty of Con-
science-Mallet's First Essay-On Reading-Virgil and Homer--Cant-
Hospitality-Sheridan-Friendship-Barry's Pictures—Christian Devotion
- Richard Baster-Miss Philips—Correspondence-Johnson attacked by
Paralysis Mr. Davies—Johnson's Recovery-Visits Rochester and Heale
- Death of Mrs. Williams-Miscellaneous Conversation
Johnson's Return from Heale-His Ili-health-Mrs. Williams's Benefactions-
Mrs. Siddons-Kemble-Death of Mr. Porter-Gerard Hamilton-Lord
Carlisle and Mrs. Chapone-Johnson's Critique on Lord Carlisle's Tragedy
-Unconstitutional Influence exercised by Scotch Peers—Mickle, and his
Translation of the Lusiad—Authenticity of Ossian, and Johnson's Refuta-
tion of the Essex-street Club, and its Rules .
The last Year of Johnson's Life“Burton's Books"-Mr. Ald. Clark-Corre-
spondence Johnson's continued Ill-health-Drs. Gillespie, Heberden,
Cullen, Hope, and Munro-Johnson's Advice to Boswell—Lord Portmore
Mr. Ozias Humphry-Johnson's Melancholy Thoughts at the Approach of
Death—His Advice to Miss Langton-Boswell's Arrival in London-Col.
Vallancy-Johnson on Earnest Disputation-Dines at the Essex-head Club
with a Constellation of Ladies-Mrs. Montagu-Foote-Mrs. Thrale's
altered Conduct—Bishop Douglas-Capel Lofft—Thomas à Kempis--Miss
Helen Maria Williams
Johnson's Departure for Oxford-Mrs. Beresford-Knotting-Arrival at Oxford
-Dr. Adams-Bishop Newton-Archibald Campbell—Nonjurors—Mrs.
Kennicot-Infidel Writers Roman Catholic Religion—Bishop Hurd's
Sermons—Whig and Tory-Miss Adams-Dr. Wall-Dr. Radcliffe's Fel-
lowships Forms of Prayer Jeremy Taylor-Dr. Nowell—Rev. H. Bate
-John Henderson—The Rev. Sir Herbert Croft-Lord Lyttelton's Vision
-Johnson's Horror of Death-Balance of Misery—The Rev. R. Churton's
Remarks on Boswell's Johnson-On Truth-Junius-Pope's “ Dunciad".
-Mr. Lewis-Mickle- The English Bar-Chief Justice Hale
Johnson's Return to London-Rev. Mr. Astle—Mr. Cator-Horace Walpole
“Ever-memorable" John Hales—“ No, Sir"—Lord Chatham-Burke's De-
fence of Johnson—" Tommy Townshend "-Trained Bands of London-
Johnson's Apology to the CompositorAttitudenizing-Johnson's Warmth
in Argument-His Visit to Marylebone Gardens-His Attention to Dress
His last Dinner at the “ Literary Club"-Intended Journey to Italy-Public
Criminals-Mr. Vilette-Dr. Knox-Mr. Pinkerton-Jamaica-Lord Ches-
terfield_Lord Eliot-Lord Thurlow's Letter in favour of Johnson-His
Sensibility—ItalyMrs. Thrale's intended Marriage, and her Anecdotes of
Incorrectness of Mrs. Piozzi's Anecdotes_Lord Chancellor Thurlow's Benera
lence-Johnson's Letter of Thanks to him-His Affection for the Memory
of his Wife-He sets out for Derbyshire and Staffordshire-Revisits Lich-
field nd Ashbourne-His Letters to his Friends His State of Health-
Mr. Windham-Johnson Visits Chatsworth-Air Balloons-Johnson's
Opinion of their Utility-Mr. Hoole-Mr. Nichols—The Literary Club-
Dr. Burney-Mr. Langton-General Correspondence-Johnson affected
with Asthma and Dropsy–His Charity, and Letter to Mr. Heely
Johnson's last Visit to Lichfield-Uttoxeter - The Learned Pig-Johnson's
Visit to Oxford-Dr. Adams- Correspondence-Johnson's increasing Indis-
position-His Return to the Metropolis–Various Works contemplated by
bim-List of the Authors of Universal History--Rev. John Swinton-
Johnson's Knowledge of Greek-Imitations of his Style-Mr. Burrowes
George Colman-Dr. Robertson-Mr. Gibbon-Miss Burney-Arch. Nares
_“The Mirror"_Rev. Dr. Knox-Johnson's Affection for his departed
Relations-His approaching Dissolution-His Fears of Death-His
Johnson's last Illness-His Liberality to his Black Servant-His Will and
Codicil—The kind Attachment of his Friends Extracts from his Miscella-
neous Conversation-Rev. Mr. Budworth-Samuel Boyse—“Thuanus"-
The Death-bed-Death of Johnson-His Funeral-His various Busts and
Portraits-His Monument and Inscription-Concluding Reflections
CARONOLOGICAL LIST OF DR. JOANSON'S WORKS