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Radcliffe, Dr., small success of his travelling fellow- 525 n. ; ii. 17 n., 32 n., 40 n., 57, 66, 67, 79, 130, 131,
ships, ij. 385.

150, 169, 187, 225, 229, 235 n., 233, 282, 236, 299, 307 n.
Rajapouls, ii. 290.

her character by Johnson, i. 216 n.- Johnson's let-
Ralph, Mr. James, ii. 278 n.

ters to, ii. 61, 65, 79, 202, 221, 235, 307, 317, 353, 354,
Ramsay, Allan, Esq., bis Gentle Shepherd,' i, 508.- 358, 361, 362, 373, 375, 380.-her letter to Johnson, ii.

Allan, Esq. the painter, ii, 152, 152 n., 184, 185, 186, 79.--her description of certain points of Johnson's char-
421, 421 n.

acter, ii. 187.-her · Essay ou Taste,' ii. 307, 308.-her
'Rambler,' Johnson publishes the, i. 81, 82, 84, 87.-his • Recollections' of Dr. Johnson, ii. 491.

reasons for giving it that name, i. 81.-his prayer on Rhetorical gesture, Johnson's ridicule of, i. 142.
comineucing the undertaking, i. 81.-Cave's letter to Rheumatism, Jolinson's recipe for, i. 525.
Richardson respecting the author of, i. 84.-remarks Rhubarb, ii. Sf9.
on, i. 87, 92, 109.-Translations of the moitoes to, i. 92, Rhudlan Castle, i. 485.
92.n.-lalian translation of, ii. 221.-translated into Rhyme, its excellence over blank verse, i. 194; ii. 270.
Russian, ii. 377, 526.

Rich, Miss, i, 515 n.
Ranby, Joho, Exq., his Doubts on the Abolition of the Richardson, Samuel, i. 56, 81, 81 1., 84, 85 n., 96, 110,
Slave Trade,' ii. 133.

124, 130, 131, 145, 161, 165, 170, 235, 245, 292, 465; ii.
Ranelaglı, i, 290; ii. 6, 132.

125, 177, 223, 213, 252, 316.-a contributor to the
Ralegh, Sir Walter, i. 33.

• Rainbler,' i. 81.-Johnson's churacter of, I. 81, 96,
* Random Records, Colman's, ii. 69 n.

292, 463.-Johnson's letters to, i. 95, 110, 130, 131.-
Rank, its importance in society, i. 199, 228, 293, 293 n., Jolinson's constant resource in pecuniary difficulties, i.
321, 511; ii. 261.

130 n.--compared with Fielding, i. 245.-his limited
Rasay, isle of, 1 377, 178, 379, 380, 381, 470, 551, 557,- conversational powers, ii. 252.- Jonathan, i. 49.—Mr ,

John Macleod, Laird of, i. 378, 378 n., 391, 468, 470 n., an attorney, i. 88.-Miss, i. 161 n.
53 }, 537; ii. 90.-his letter to Boswell, on Johnson's Riches, i. 198, 283, 289; ij. 413.-influence acquired by,
* Journey to the Ilebrides,' i. 462, 190.-Johnson's ler- i. 359.
ter to, i. 49.-Lady, i. 378, 558.-Miss Flora, i. 383. Riddoch, Mr., i. 350, 351, 35S.
Rascal,' Johnson's use of the word, ii. 49.

Ridicule, the great use of, ii. 206, 243.
Rasselas,' Prince of Abyssinia, Johnson's, i. 52, 147 n., Riggs, Mrs., i. 515 n.
118, 152, 196; ii. 179, 195, 301.-written in one week to Ring, Johnson's wedding, i. 98, 215.
defray the expense of his mother's funeral, i. 148.- Riots of 1780, ii. 233, 238.
translated into four languages, i. 303.

Ritter, Joseph, i. 338, 338 n.; ii. 22 n.
Ratcliff, Dr., master of Pembroke, his neglect of John Rivers, Eurl of, i. 69.

son at Oxford, i. 116.--some account of, i. 116 n. Rizzio, David, i. 334.
Rattakin mountain, i. 370.

Robert of Doncaster, inscription on his stone, i. 551.
Rawlinson, Dr. Richard, the antiquarian, ii. 323.-some Robertson, Dr. James, i. 334.–Dr. Wiliam, the historian,
arcount of, ii. 323 n.

i. 132, 236, 247, 251, 299, 313, 314, 324, 330, 332, 333,
Ray, Miss, fi. 208.

334, 362, 454, 454 n., 462, 464, 475; ii. 121, 184, 185,
Reading, i. 52); ii. 65, 129, 253, 258, 259.-advantages 213, 285, 395 n.-his style formed upon that of Johnson,

or, l. 525.-snatches of, ii. 243.--the small quantity of, ii. 121.-his. History of Scotland,' ii. 185.
in the world, ii. 346.-the manner and effect of, i. 19, Robin-hood society, religious, ii. 291.
191; ii. 129, 209.-best mode of, ii. 65.—and writing, i. Robinson Crusoe, ii. 159, 258.
237 ; u. 62

Robinson, Dr. Richard, i. 173.—some account of, i. 173 n.
Red ink, properties of, ti. 236.

-Sir Thomas, i. 173, 196 ; ii. 6.
Reed, Mr. Isanc. i. 80, 315 n.; ti. 268.

Rochefoucault, Duc de, ii. 259.
Refinement in education, ii. 119.

Rochester, John Wilmot, second Earl of, his poems, i.
Reformers, i 318.

387 n.; ji. 129.
Reguita described, ii. 5.

Rockville, Alexander Gordon, Lord, i. 208 n , 462.
Registration of deeds, Johnson's note on, il. 283.

Rod, punishment of the, i. 16, 354.
Rehearsal,' the Duke of Buckingham's, i. 289; li. 271, Rodney, Admiral Lord, ii. 16'n.
S91.

Roffette, Abbe, ii. 18.
Rein-deer, introduction of into England, i. 289.

Rogers, Captain Francis, i. 164 n.
Relations, i. 357.

Rokeby, Morris Robinson, Lord, i. 152 n.
Relationship, I. 293, 357.

Rolt, Řichard, his • Dictionary of Trade and Commerce,'
Religion, i. 24, 130, 170, 180, 182, 214, 216, 223, 225, 227, i. 156.-anecdotes of, i. 156.

255, 263, 266, 267, 270, 278, 281, 291, 305, 344, 403, 434, Roman Catholic Church, Johnson's charitable opinion
436 ; v. 17, 171, 189, 202, 290, SOS, 315.-natural and of, i. 97, 97 n., 266, 267, 281.
revealed, ii 441.-Roman Catholic, ii. 593.

Roman Catholic religion, ii. 55, 383.
Religious discourse, ii. 345.-impressions, ii. 303.-orders, Romances, ii. 248.-reasons for reading, ii. 248. John-
in 33. --discipline, ii. 303.

son's passion for, i. 18.
• Remembrance' and . Recollection,' distinction between, Romans, character of the ancient, i. 133.
11. 305, 315 n.

Rome, the fountain of elegance, ii. 185.
"Renegado,' definition of, i. 127.

Romney, Mr., the painter, ii. 65 n.
Rents, i. 206, 589, 425.

Rose, Dr., of Chiswick, i. 16 n. ; ii. 353.-hts repartee on
Repentance, ii. 170, 313, 433 n.

Johnson's pension, is, 326 n.-Rev. Charles, i. 217 n.-
Resentment, ii 63, 421,

Mrs., her anecdotes of Johnson, ij. 504.
Resolutious, dimiculty of keeping, i. 270.—of amendment, Roscommon, Johnson's Life of, i. 76.
i. 524.

Roslin Castle, i. 465.
Respect not to be paid to an adversary, i. 329.

Ross, Rev. Dr. John, Bishop of Exeter, ii. 376.
• Respublicæ,' the little volumes entitled, i. 68.

Rothes, Lady, Mr. Bennet Langton's wise, i. 273, 278; ii.
Resurrection, i. 156 ; ii. 291, 343.

89, 172 n., 35S.
Retired tradesmen, i. 616.

Roubiliac, the sculptor, trick played on Goldsmith by, i
Retirement from the world, i. 341; ii 307.

186.
Retort, Johnson's dexterity in, ii. 333.

Round robin sent to Johnson on the subject of Gold-
Reviews and Reviewers, ii. 344.—Monthly and Critical, smith's epitaph, ii. 80, 81.
ii. 60, 65,

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, i. 197, 198, 228 ; ii. 383.- John-
Reviewers, impropriety of returning thanks to, ii. 277. son's opinion of, 1. 228, 255 --lisProfession de Foi,' i.
Revolution of 1688, I. 303 ; ii. 328, 328 n.

228.-his Confessions,' i. 228 n.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, i. 55 59, 67, 82, 96, 103, 126, 159, Round numhers false, ii. 396.

161, 162, 163, 164, 212, 213 n., 230, 241, 258, 260, 269, Rowe, Mrs., i. 133
278, 313, 326 n , 33) n., 355, 358, 364, 422, 497, 497 n., Rowley, Thomas, ii. 67.
502, 526; Ii. 32, 50, 63, 65, 78, 81, 33, 145, 145 n., 156, Royal Academy, i. 252; ii. 346.-family, i. 416; ii. 111.
173, 176, 176 n, 179, 183, 184, 188, 190, 199, 204 n., Rudd, Margaret Caroline, ii. 38 n., 77, 184.
209, 225, 244, 255, 223, 240, 293, 300 n., 546, 349, 351, Riddiman, Thomas, i. 86, 232, 306, 346 ; ii. 202.
365, 367, 379, 392, 420, 421, 439.-Johnson's dulce Rudeness of manner, Johnson's occasional, i. 454 N., 458;
decus,' .. 103.—his prices for portraits, i. 102 n.-his ii. 41, 67, 72, 119, 187, 208, 246, 252, 255, 258, 261 n.,
visit to Devonshire with Johnson, i. 163.-Johuson's 273, 292, 299.
letters to, i 215, 277 ; ii. 79, 80, 83, 201, 307, 323, 338, Rullhead's 'Life of Pope,' i. 289.
319, 420.-style and economy of his table, ii. 78.-iwn Ruins, artificial ones, i. 192 n.
dialogues by, in imitation of Johnson's style of con- • Rumble,' Hayley's ridicule of Johnson under the charae.
versation, ii. 176, 464, 464. n.-his Discourses to the ter of, ii. 403.
Royal Academy,' i. 99.-Miss, i. 145, 159, 216, 444 n., Runic inscription, i. 62 n.

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255 m.

i. 156.-her ‘Sydney Biddulph,' i. 156.-some accomat

156 n.-Mrs., formerly Miss Linley, H. 318. -Chari

Rural sports, ii. 255.

Scriptures, Johnson's letters on the proposal to translate
Russia, Catharine, empress of, ii. 201.-orders the them into Erse, i. 235, 236.

• Rambler' to be translated into Russian, ii. 377, 526. Scruples, ii. 432, 528.—unnecessary, ii. 257.
Russell, Lord, i. 304; ii. 162.-Dr., his Aleppo,' ii. 328. Scuderi, Mademoiselle, i. 515 n.
Rutty, Dr. John, extracts from his Spiritual Diary,' ii. Seal, Johnson's, i. 172.
120.

Sen-life, wretchedness of, ii. 34.
Ryder, Hon. and Rev. Mr., i. 35 n.

Seasons, influence of, i. 322.
Ryland, i. 75.

Secker, Archbishop, Johnson's prejudice against his pa

litical character, li. 252.-Porteus's Life of,' ii. 292
s.

Second sight, i. 228, 281, 576, 378, 538, 538 H., 485, til,
Sabbath, Johnson's liabitual reverence of, i. 129, 225, 255, 467, 507, 545,

Sedley, Catherine, Countess of Dorchester, i $36.
Bacheverel, Dr., i. 13, 14.-his History of the Isle of Seduction, ii. 193.
Man,' i. 441.

Seed, Rev. Jeremiah, his . Sermons,' ii. 151.
Sacrament, i. 361 ; ii. 302, 383 n.-Fleet wood on the, Self-importance, ij. 120.-praise, ii. 181.

recommended by Johnson, ii. 526.-impropriety of re Selden's Table Talk ' quoted, i. 39 nb., 431 ; i. $$$ a.
ceiving it sitting, ii, 207.

Sellette, queries on the, il 12, 12 n.
Sagacity and intuition, difference between, ii. 404, 404 n. Semel insanivimus omnes,' &c. whence taken, i. Si,
Sailor, life of a, i. 367, 407; ii. 34, 158. Johnson's great

331 n.
abhorrence of the life of, i. 151.–English, i. 465; ii. Seneca, i. 426.
113, 158.

Selwyn, George, ii. 210 n.
St. Andrew's, i. 340, 552.-Asaph, bishop on, see Shipley, Senectus,' use of the word, ii. 191.

i. 483 ; ii. 361.-Columba, i. 441.-Helens, Allen Fitz- Sensual intercourse, ii. 150, 190.
herbert, Lord, his communication to the editor, ii. 469 Sentiment Journey,' Sterne's, ii. 255
n., 470 n.-some account of, ii. 470 n.-Kilda, i. 246, Serious Call,' Law's, i. 24, 169,
281, 361, 418.-Rule's chapel, i. 341.--Vitus's dance, Sermons, the best English, for style, li. 151.-collecties
described by Sydenham, i. 56, 326.

of, ii. 296. - Johnson's, i. 138.-Johnson's advice a
Saints, worship of, i. 267.

the composition of, ii. 238.
Salamanca, University of, i. 203.

Settle, Elkanah, the city poet, ii. 76.
Salisbury cathedral, ii. 358.--Bishop of, see Douglas, i Sève china, ii. 116 n.
322.

Severity, ii. 33.
Sallust, Spanish translation of, ii. 356.

Sevigné, Madame de, i. 441 n.; Ï. 68, 22S .
Salter, Rev, Dr., i. 75, 88.

Beward, Rev. Mr., ii. 45, 110.-William, Esq., 1. 156; 8.
Sanderson, Bishop, i. 266 n.-Professor, i. 297.

97, 99, 228, 349.—his Anecdotes of distinguished Per-
Sandwich, John, sixth Earl of, ii. 208 n.

sons, ii. 390 n.-Miss Anna, i. 11 R., 14 n., 52, 54,37
Santerre, the Parisian brewer, ii. 15, 15 n.

1., 169, 479, 512 n. ; ii. 45, 149 n., 166, 168, 171 s., 171,
Saratoga, surrender of the British army at, ii. 195.

276, 402, 403.-ber Ode on the death of Captain Cook,
Sardinia, i. 259.

ii. 402.
Sarpedon, i. 279 n.

Sexes, inequality of the, ii 166.-sensual intercourse be-
Sarpi, Father Paul, his History of the Council of Trent,' tween, il. 190
i. 40, 51, 53.-his Life by Johnson, i. 53.

Shakspeare, different ways of spelling his namne, . $ES.-
Sastres, Mr., the Italian master, il. 56, 142.-Johnson's Johnson's edition of his plays, i. 71, 188, 141, 160, 913,
letters to, ii. 515.

222, 223.-his witches, "ii. 207.—Johnson's opinica el
Satire, general, ii. 258.

his learning, ii. 248. Johnson's lines on, il. 251, 251 6,
Savage, Richard, i. 48, 63, 64, 65, 66.-Johnson's Life of, -compared with Congreve, 1. 259, 28.-his picture of
i. 62, 65, 66, 68.-inquiry as to his birth, i. 68.-his

man, ii. 283, 283 n. – Modern Characters' trsa,
tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury,' ii. 94, 94 n.-his 154.
Wanderer' quoted, ii. 383.

"Shall' and will,' Johnson's use of the words, 1. SS #;
Buvage girl of Amiens, i. 358.-life, i. 311.

ii. 268.
Savages, i. 255, 288, 311, 317, 348; ii. 67, 68, 343, 390. Sharp, Archbishop of Bt. Andrew's, his monuntat, á
Savings, trifling, ii. 172.

342 n., 343 n.
Scaliger, ii. 20 n.

Bir Walter Scott's story of his murder, l. 542 -- Setel,
Scalpa, island of, i. 377.

his ‘Letters on Italy, ii. 69, 69 n.-Dr. John, i. 216
Scarsdale, Lord, i. 480; ii. 115.

his picturesque account of Johnson's visit to Can-
Scepticism, i. 335, 540. Johnson's eleven causes of, ii. bridge, i. 216.
426.

Sharpe, Rev. Dr. Gregory, some account of, i. 178
Schedel, of Nuremberg, i. 491 n.

Shaving, varieties in, ii. i17.
Schomberg, Dr. Ralph, the Jew physician, ii. 44 n.

Shaw, Cuthbert, his poem of The Race,' 1. 237.- WE
Schoolmasters, i, 17, 35, 279, 284, 291 n., 297 ; ii. 399. liam, his • Analysis of the Scotch Celtic Language,' i.
Schools, public, ii. 53, 53 n., 119.

90, 90 n.-his pamphlet on Ossian, i. SS.
Science, books of, i. 368 n.

Shawe, Colonel Meyrick, on the affinity betweet the
Scorpions, curious inquiry concerning, i. 247.

Irish and Erse languages, i. 284 n.
Score, a song in, i. 511 n.-meaning of the word, i. 511 n. Shebbeare, Dr.,

I. 252, 252 n.; ii. 178 R., 298, 54.-
Scotch, Johnson's feelings towards, i. 169, 195, 246, 257, Letters on the English Nation,' under the name of

285, 299, 315, 333 n., 344, 350, 407, 442, 503, 503 n., Battista Angeloni, a Jesuit, ii. 298.
505, 526 ; ii. 31, 151, 210, 237, 246, 294, 306, 326, 326 n., Sheep's head, i. 443, 443 n.
333.-accent, overcome by perseverance, i. 286.-cler Shelburne, William Petty, second Earl, afterwards fins
gy, i. 409.--impudence, i. 503.--conjectures as to the Marquess of Lansdowne, ii. 158, 226, 929 , 585, sø

ii
nátionality of, 1. 315.-Highlander, i. 465. -learning of shenstone, William, 1.415, 445, 492 ; ii

. 59. —bis ' Exaya'
the, i. 526, 526 n.-cause of their success in London, ii. 349 n.-favourite stanza of, ii. $14 %.
ii. 333.- lairds, Johnson's notion of the dignity of, i. Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, i. 62, 155, 162, 169, 172,
184.-jealousy of the, i. 503-nationality of the, i. 503, 187, 214 n., 260, 286, 320, 450, 508, 520 *, 5278.;

510; ii. 48, 333.
Scotland, episcopal church of, ii. 202.-peers of, their in-

49, 81, 145 n., 181, 205, 340.—his prologue to Serae's

Sir Thomas Overbury, ii. 94. —his elegant compliment
terference in elections of the commons,

ii. 362.

to Johnson on his Dictionary, ii. 14-prepused by
Scots, Mary, Queen of, i. 153, 333.

Johnson as a member of the Literary Cl, 1.4
Scott, Sir WALTER, notes communicated to the editor his meditated answer to Johnsou's Tataries 20 Ty

by, i. 184, 280, 284, 327, 329, 352, 333, 337, 338, 339,
340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 355, 358, 360, 361, 362, 366, 369,

ranny,' ii. 94 n.—Thomas, Esq., i. 162, 173, 175, 178
373, 375, 377, 378, 379, 380, 386, 396, 397, 398, 402,

179, 202, 260, 260 n., 508; i, 94, 95, 146, 111, 22,
404, 405, 409, 417, 418, 420, 421, 423, 429, 470, 471, 472,

202 n., 205, $40.- Johnson's description of his cenver
545.-a history of the young Pretender by him, a de

sation, i. 169, 202.-irreconcilable difference between

Johnson and, i. 175.-Johnson's character of j. 3
sideratum, i. 462 n.-George Lewis, sub-preceptor to 326 n., 347.-his Lectures on Oratory, ii. 347.-L's gold
George the Third, i. 78 ; ii. 95.-John, of Amwell, i. medal to the author of ' Douglas,' 1. 508, 508 6.-MM,
516.- his Elegies,' i. 521.-Sir William. See Lord

Stowell.
• Scoundrel,' Johnson's use of the epithet, ii. 49, 49 n.,

of, i. 156 n., 177.-Dr. Parris description of ber 4
398.-Johnson's application of the word, ii. 41 n..
Scoundrelism, i. 357.

his 'Revolution in Sweden,' ii. 166.
Scripture phrases, i. 304.

Sherrard, Rev. Robert, aberwarde fourth Beri el B&•

borough, ik 488.

274 n.

• She Stoops to Conquer,' 1. 303 n., 306, 309, 313.

Spleen,' the, ii. 62.
Shiels, Mr. Robert, i. 75, 75 n. ; ii. 60, 60 n., 62, 95, 559. Spottiswoode, Mr. John, ii. 182.
Ship of Fools,' Barclay's, i. 119.

Stafford, Marquis of, i. 277 n.
Shipley, Dr. Jonathan, Bishop of St. Asaph, i. 483 n., Stage, the, i. 363.

485 ; li. 67 ., 78, 152, 229, 230,233 284 7,290 m, Stanhope, Mr., (Lord Chesterfield's son), f. 115 n. ; .
361.

285 n., 403.
Shippen, William, Esq., ii. 112.

Stanyan, Temple, great accuracy of his "Account of
Shoe-buckles, i. 326.

Switzerland,' ii. 195.
Shop-keepers of London, i. 348, 349.

Statuary, ii. 34, S4 n.
Short-hand, t. 310; ii. 160, 160 n., 326,

Staunton, Dr., afterwards Sir George, Johnson's letter
Bibbald, Sir Robert, the Scottish antiquary, ii. 144.

to, i. 159.-some account of, i, 159 n.
Sick, duty of telling truth to the, ii. 388, 388 n-cham- Steele, Sir Richard, i. 70 n., 511; ii. 38, 291.-his Chris-
ber, ii. 354.

tian Hero,' ij. 38.-Addison's conduct towards, ii, 274,
Sidelons, Mrs., her visit to Johnson, ii 359.-Mr. Kem-
ble's minute of what passed, ii. 359.

Steevens, George, Esq., i. 268, 271, 301, 303, 474, 529,
Simpson, Joseph, i. 100; ü. 59.—Johnson's letter to, l. 529 n. ; ii. 87, 129, 165, 165 n., 195, 209, 152, 377 n.,

150.--some account of, ii. 59,- Thomas, the engineer, 395, 456, 443.-Johnson's letter to, ii. 87.-anecdotes
i. 153 n.

of Johnson by, ii. 505.
Sin, original, i. 350; ii. 303.

Stephani, account of the, ii. 243.
Sinclair, Sir John, ii. 307, 307 n.

Sterne, Rev. Lawrence, i. 292, 308; ii. 253 n., 297.-
Bingularity, i. 256.

his "Tristram Shandy,' ii. 38.-his . Sermons,' ii. 464,
Sins, i. 291.

464 n.
* Sixteen-string Jack,' ii. 62, 62 n.

Blews, licensed, ii. 55.
Skaiting, ii. 321.

Stillingfleet, Benjamin, Esq., ii. 297.
Skie, Isle of, l. 373, 553, 554, 556, 561.Johnson's odle on, Stirling, corporation of, Johnson's argument in favour of,
1, 374, 374 n.

i. 529, 541.
Slain's Castle, i. 353.

Stockdale, Rev. Perceval, i. 143, 280; ii. 293 n.-his 'Re.
Slave-trade, Johuson's abhorrence of, ii. 132, 252, 561. monstrance,' a poem, i. 270.-some account of, i. 270 n.
Bleep, ii. 118, 244.

Stonehenge, ii. 358, 358 n.
Smalbroke, Dr., his . Sermons,' i. 51.

Stories, truth essential to, ii. 266.
Small debts, i. 150.

Story telling, ii. 266.
Smalridge, Dr., his "Sermons,' ii. 151.

Stowell, Lord, i. 38 n., 118 n., 151 n., 205, 267, 275 n.,
Smart, Christopher, i. 131, 135, 180; ii. 253.-Mrs., ii. 275, 325, 327, 327 n., 335 n., 380 n., 474, 477 ; ii. 156,
417 n.

158, 158 n., 176, 231, 231 n., 234, 291.-his character of
Smith, Rev. Edward, his verses on Pococke, the oriental Boswell, i. 471.-his account of Coulson, the eccen-

linguist, ii. 159.-Dr. Adam, i. 24, 194, 326, 329, 453 ; tric, i. 493 n.
ii. 53, 184, 300.—his Wealth of Nations,' ii. 30.-his Sirahan, Rev. Mr., l. 97, 217, 240 n., 310, 310 n., 352 n.,
interview with Johnson, I. 453, 453 n. ; ii. 184 n.- 507, 508, 509; ii. 238 n., 375.-difference between John-
difference between Johnson and, ii. 250 n.-Garrick's son and, ii. 198.-publishes Johnson's Prayers and Nie-
opinion of, ii. 251 n.

ditations,' i. 97.-Johnson's letters to, i. 217; ii. 198.-
Smithson, Sir Hugh, i. 173.

William, Esq., ii. 198, 294, 333.-his letter recommend-
Smoking, i. 137, 340 n., 341.

ing Johnson to be brought into parliament, i. 274.-
Smollett, Dr. Tobias, i. 60, 151.-his letter to Wilkes, i. Mrs., Johnson's letters lo, il. 294, 311.

151.-his epitaph, corrected by Johnson, i. 453.--com- Stratagem, ii. 162.
missary, i. 452.

Streatfield, Mrs., ii. 261 n.
. Bober,' in the Idler,' intended as Johnson's portrait, ii. Streatham, i. 257; ii. 194, 261, 289.
264.

Strichen, Lord, i. 357 n.
Society, ii. 169.-civilized, its customs, i. 198, 199, 200, Strickland, Mrs., ii. 16, 18 n., 95 n.
227.-our duties to, i. 227.

Stuart family, i. 153, 195, 307 ; ii. 111.-Hon. and Rev.
Socrates, ii. 158, 285.-learned to dance at an advanced William, afterwards Archbishop of Armagh, and Pri-
nge, ii. 285.

mate of Ireland, ii. 337.-Hon. Colonel James, father
• Solamen miseris socios,' &c., the author of, undiscov- of the present Lord Wharncliile, ii. 216, 224, 224 n.-
ered, ii. S32 n.

Andrew, Esq., I. 311.-his. Letters to Lord Mansfield
Bolander, Dr., I. 279, 280, 439, 438 n. ; ii. 58.

on the Douglas Cause,' i. 271; ii. 48.- Francis, i. 75; ii.
Soldiers, i. 367; İL 52, 158.

225, 228, 369, 371, 530.-some account of, ii. 530.-Rev.
Solitude, i. 243; ii. 351.-dangerous to reason, ii. 256.- James, translator of the scriptures into Erse, i. 236 n.,

not favourable to virtue, ii. 256,--reasons against, ii. 237.
307.

Study, plan of, i. 185, 194, 203, 205, 206, 200, 322; ii. 166,
Bomerville, James, thirteenth lord, ii. 273-some ac- 194, 209, 220, 245, 249.
count of, ii. 273.

Style, i. 89, 90, 91; ii. 155 n., 165, 268, 277, 278.- Bur-
Somnambulism, Dr. Blacklock's, I. 335 n.

rowes's Essay on Johnson's, i. 89 n.-Addison's and
Sorrow, i. 312; ii. 289.

Johnson's compared, i. 92.- Johnson's character of
Sorbonne, ii. 16.

Addison's, i, 91.-various kinds of, i. 298.-metaphori-
Souls, Johnson's notion of the middle state of, after cal expression a great excellence in, ii. 121.-of Eng-
death, i. 100.

lish writers, how far distinguishable, ii. 164.--of dif-
Hounds, i. 297.

ferent painters, how far distinguishable, ii. 164.
South, Dr., his 'Bermons,' i. 267; ti. 151.- his Sermons Subordination, ii. 208.--Necessary to human happiness, i.
on Prayer recommended by Johnson, i. 267.

199, 200, 229, 307, 321.-impaired in England, by the
Southwark, people of, ii. 242 n.

increase of money, ii. 157.-in society, duty of main-
South well, Robert, his stanzas . upon the Image of Death,' taining, i. 511.

i. 436 1.-Thomas, second lord, ii. 241, 329.-some ac- Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, i. 206, 282, 282
count of, ii. 240 n.- Lady Margaret, ii. 240.—Johnson's
letter to, ii. 210,--some account of, ii. 240 n.

Succession, ii. 23, 25.
Spain, no country less knowo than, i. 158, 194, 202. Suetonius, ii. 166 n.
Spanish plays, ii. 247.

Suicide, i. 311, 339 ; ii. 318, 349.
Speaking, public, i. 516.- of one's-self, ii. 181.

Sunday consultations, lawyers', i. 255, 305, 307, 436, 529.
Bpeculum Humanae Salvationis,' ii. 15.

-Johnson's mode of passing, i. 129, 225, 305, 426.
* Spectator, the,' i. 85 n., 304, 305, 528; ii. 61, 148, 251, Superstition of the press, prejudiced to good literature, li.
253, 294, 291.

185.
Spells, l. 378.

Superiors, deference to, i. 356, 356 n.
Spelman, Sir Heury, on the fatality attending the in- Superstitions, i. 214, 281, 429; ii. 202.
heritance of confiscated church property, ii. 322 n.

Suppers, ii, 174.
Spence, Rev. Joseph, i. 434, 434 n.-his very amusing · Surveillance,' no English word to describe, i. 509 n.
* Anecdotes,' ii. 228, 228 n., 245, 279, 279 n., 397.- Suspicion, ii. 103.
some account of, ii. 279.

Swallows, i. 247.
Spencer, John George, second Earl, ii. 165 n., 231, 231 n., Swearing in conversation, i. 288.
232.

Swene's stone, i. 360.
Spendthrins, ii. 256.

Swift, Johnson's prejudice against, i. 334.- his 'Tale or a
Spirits, appearance of departed, i. 148, 183, 281, 287, 293, Tub,' i. 202, 202 n., 334.- Earl Gower's letter to, con-
295, 236 .; il. 125, 292, 293.-evil, i. 335.

cerning Johnson, í. 50.-Johnson's opinion of, í 173,
• Spiritual Quixote,' key to the characters in, ii. 469 n. 176 n., 202, 252, S34, 334 n., 507.-his • Conduct of

n., 3442

the Allies,' i. 252.-his. Tale of a tub,' i. 507, 508 n. Thurlow, Lord, ii. 331.-Boswell's letter to, on Johnson's
his Gulliver's Travels,' i. 508.-Johnson's Life of, ii. propused tour to Italy, ii. 401.-Johnson's letter to,
278.-Johnson's character of his . Journal,' ii. 330, 330 ii. 412, 413, 413 n. —his leller to Sir Jahus Reynolds,
n.-his verses on his own death, quoted by Johnson ii. 413.-his letter to Boswell, ii. 405, 422-bit Letter
on his death-bed, ii. 442 n.

to Johnson, ii. 241.-on the liberty of the pulpit, c. 1.
Swinten, Dr., i. 15, 22.

Tillotsoil, Archbishop, style of his Sermons, i1. 131.
Sympathy, ii. 46.

Time and space, ii. 251.
Sympathy with others in distress, i. 262.

Tiinidity, ii. 391.
Sydenham, Dr., his description of St. Vitus's dance, i. Titi, History of Prince, ii. 12 n.
56.-Jolinson's Life of, i. 13, 61.

Toasts, li. 252.
Sydney, Sir Philip, his · Arcadia,' ii. 101 n.--Algernon, i. Toleration, i. 317, 318 ; ii. 246.-universal, ii. 206, 246.
301.

Tomkeson, Mr., Johnsou's letter to, ii. 38.
Sydney Biddulph,' i. 177.

Tooke, Rev. Join Horne, ii. 177 n.-his Letter to V;.
Système de la Nature,' i. 336.

Dunning on the English Particle,' ii. 195.-huis. Diver

sions of Purley,'ii. 195 n.
T.

Topham, the King versus, for a libel against Earl Core
* Table Talk,' Selden's, i. 431; ii. 136 n.

per, deceased, ii. 54 n.
Tuble, sinking, invented by Louis XV., ii. 12, 12 n. Tories, i. 308, 416; ii. 182, 191, 263, 294, 336.
Tacitus, style of, i. 297.

Tory, Johnson's definition of, i. 126.-and Whig, Joho-
. Tale ofa Tub,' í. 202, 334, 507, 508 n.

son's description of, ii. 301, 384.
Talisher, i. 408, 410, 56).

Torture in Holland, i. 207.
"Talk' and conversation,' Johnson's distinction be Towers, Dr. Joseph, his 'Letter to Dr. Johnson on his
tween, ii. 333.

Political Publications,'i. 506.-hus. Essay on Johnson,
Talkers, exuberant public, ridiculed, i. 316.

ii. 269, 269 n.
Talking above the capucity of one's company, ii. 333. Town life, ii. 123, 153.
Tullow-chandler, story of one, i. 516.

Townley, Charles, Esq., ii. 95 n.
Tasker, Rev. William, ii. 204, 319.-his · Carmen Seco- Townsliend, Righi Hon. Charles, i. 309; ii

. 49, 49 m., $.
lare' of Horace, ii. 204.-his Ode to the Warlike Trade, i. 264, 293, 438 ; ii. 30.-the rage of, i. 4.0.
Genius of Britain,'ii. 204, 327 n.-some account of, Tradesmen, opulence of, i. 438.-unhappiness of retired,
ii. 201 n.

i 516.
Tasso, ii. 184.--Hoole's translation of, ii. 256.--Johnson's Tradeswomen, ii. 194.

elegant Dedication of Hoole's translation of, to the Tradition, i. 345.
Queen, i. 123.

Tragedy, the purpose of, ii. 63.
Taste, i. 298.-refinement of, ii. 406.

Tragic acting, Johnson's contempt of, i. 332.
Tavern, the chair of a, ii. 39.

Translation, ii. 62.
Tavernis, ii. 38, 39 n., 284.

Translations, i, 255; ii. 155.
Tavistock, Lady, her excessive grief for the loss of her Transubstantiation, i. 345, 350.
husband, i. 262.

• Trauspire,' definition of the word, ii. 191, 191 n.
Taxation 10 Tyranny,' i. 505, 515; ii. 94, 140, 166. Trapaud, Mr., i. 366, 367,
sundry suppressed passages in, i. 506.

Travel, Lord Essex's advice on, i. 135.
Taylor, Jereiny, i. 90; ii. 383 n., 386, 439 n., 443.-his · Traveller,' Goldsmith's, i. 189, 213, 226, 313, 444, 155.

forms of prayer, ii. 385, 385 n.-Rev. Dr. John, i. 20, Travelling, i. 170, 185, 195, 206, 272; ii. S9, 51, 62, 67,
21, 29, 67, 74, 78, 90 n., 99, 161, 227 n., 271, 289; ii. 147, 159, 172, 194, 195.-the use of, i. 557.-in Geel of
45, 18, 78, 104 n., 104, 109, 111, 113, 119, 124, 128, 129, health, Johnson's rules for, ii $20.
131, 186 1., 213, 350, 373 n.-Johnsoli's letters to, i. Travels, books of, i. 551 ; ii. 173-writers of, i. 530.
09; il. 350, 374. Chevalier, ii. 211.-John, Esq., 1. 33 Treason, constructive, ii. 290.
7., 79 n., 244 n,

Trees, paucity of, in Scotland, i. 544, 544 ., 346, 453.
Tea, Jolinson's desence of, and fondness for, i. 133, 135, Trial by duel, i. 527.
327 ; ii. 133, 157, 399.

Trianon, ii. 14.
Teapot, Johnson's, i. 134 n.

Trities, i. 137.--duty or attending to, i. 157, 196; fi 135.
• Telemachus,' i. 431 ; ii. 3, 89.

Trimilestown, Lord, ij. 143, 143 n.
Temple, Sir William, i. 90.-his style, ii. 155, 155 n., 184. Trinity, i. 319, 350.

-Rev. Mr., i. 197, 228, 316, 507.-his character of • Tristram Shandy,' ii. 38.
Gray, ii. 320.

Troughton, Lieutenant, the wanderer, i. 489, 488 .
Teinptation, ii. 147.

Trusler, Rev. Dr. John, his . Principles of Politeness, '
Tenants, i. 425, 429.
Terence, ii. 2!8.

Truth, great importance of a regard to, i 197, 199, 144,
Testimony, ii. 379.

218, 388, 418, 432.—the bond of society, ii. 13.-46
Thatching, i. 413.

ference between physical and moral, ii. 244, 244 ti
Thelt allowed in Sparta, ii. 170.

essential to stories, ii. 32.
Theobald, Lewis, i. 141.

Tuam, Archbishop of, aserwards Earl of Mayo, . 333.
Theocritus, his character as a writer, ii. 243.-some ac Tunbridge Wells, Johnson at, i. 76.
count of, ii. 323 n.

Tull's husbandry, i. 436.
Thicknesse, Philip, Esq., his · Travels,' ii. 147.

Turks, ii, 27.
Things, attention to small, ii. 335.

Turton, Dr., I. 33.
Thinking too well of inankind, ij. 398.

• Turkish Spy,'i. 443.-the authors of, ii. SS8, SS3 9.
Thirty-nine Articles, the, i. 52, 67.

Twalmley, the inventor of the ironing box, ii. 336.
Thirlby, Dr. Siyan, ii. 243, 323.

Twining, Rev. Thomas, his translation of Aristotle's
Thomas, Mr. Nathaniel, ii. 84 n.

* Poeticks,'ii. 63 n.
Thompson, William, author of the Man in the Moon,' | Twiss, Richard, Esq., his « Travels in Spain,' i. 519; i.
i. 470

3 n.
Thomson, the poet, i. 202, 251 ; ii. 62, 91, 95, 102, 196, Tyers, Mr. Thomas, i. 76, 111, 134, 136 n., 220, 972; .

273 n.-Rev. James, his case, ii. 71.-Johnson's argu 27, 86 n., 175.-some account of, i. 136.-his description
ment in favour of. ii. 112.

of Johnson, i. S46.
Thornton, Bonnel, Esq., i. 84, 89 n., 108 1.-his burlesque Tyrcounel, Lord, i. 70.

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day,' i. 190.--Mr. Henry,'ii. Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Esq., his 'Vindication,' ii. sn ..
212 n.

Tytler, William, Esq., I. 153, 417, 460, 470 n. 512. - his
Thoughts, inquisitive and perplexing, Johnson's prayer character of Johnson's Journey to the Hebrides,' i. $12.
against, ii. 422.-in Prison, Dr. Dodd's, ii. 160.

-Alexander Fraser, Lord Wodehousche, i. 46), 48.3.
Thrale, Henry, Esq , 135, 219, 222, 252, 274, 565, 418,
494; ij. 45, 51, 55, 91, 100, 202, 213, 212 n., 261, 232,

U.
285, 28, 294, 393.-Johnson's introduction into the Union, Scotch, i. 353, 533 n.—with Ireland, Johnson's
family or, i. 218, 220, 221; ii. 242, 242 n.-his design prophecy as to the effects of, ii. 123.
or bringing Johnson into parliament, i. 274.—Johnson's Universal History,' list of the authors of, ii. 429, 423 ..
letters to, ii, 79, 100.- his Address to the Electors of -Warburton's character of, ii. 423 t.-Gibboi's char
Sonthwark, written by Johnson, ii. 240.-his death, ii. acter of, ii. 429 n.
2 8, 313.-sale of his brewery, ii. 307.-Mrs , see Pi • Universal Visiter,' Johnson's essuys in, i. 131.
ozzi, Johnson's Latin Ode to, i, 375, 375 n.

Universities, English, not suiticiently rich, il 53.
Threshing, i. 413.

• Unius lacertæ, meaving of the expression in Jovenel
Thuanus, Johnson's proposed translation of, ii. 487.

ii. 154.
Thucydides, ii. 184.

Drban, Sylvanus, Johnsou's Latin ode to, i 45, 52.

68 n.

431.

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Orsa Major,' Johnson so designated by Boswell's father, Ward, the noted doctor, ii. 211.
i. 459,

Warrants, general, i. 255.
Usher, Archbishop, the great luminary of the Irish Wurley camp, Johnson at, ii 197.

church, i. 175.-University of Dublin about to print his Waruer, Richard, bis • Tour through the Northern Coun-
works, i. 173 n.

ties,' ii. 124 n.
Usury laws, ii. 53.

Warren, Mr., the first bookseller at Birmingham, i. 30.
Ulloxeter, Johnson's extraordinary visit to, ii. 424, 424 n. Warton, Dr. Thomas, i, 67, 81 n., 110 n., 116, 118, 121,

134, 142, 253 ; ii. 37, 113 n., 114, 166 n., 232, 244.--
V.

Johnson's letters to, i. 116, 118, 119, 122, 121, 125, 131,
Valetudinarian, ii. 110.

139, 143, 223, 253, 271; ii. 232, 233.-his acconnt of
Vallaucy, General, ii. 376 n., 378.

Johnson's conversations at Oxford, i. 116.--his senti-
Vuli re, Mademoiselle de la, i. 337 n.

ments on Johnson's Dictionary, i. 122.- Johuson's
Vaue. Aune, i. 78 n.

parodies on his bad style of poetry, ii. 113, 119 n.,
Vanily, ii. 438.

114, 114 n.-Dr. Joseph, i. 96, 200, 225, 241, 272,
• Vanity of Human Wishes,' i. 76, 290.

289; ii. 80 n., 81, 217 n.-Johnson's lellers to, i. 107,
Vausittart, Dr. Robert, i. 136, 151, 298 n., 299 n., 493, 108, 272.--Richard, Esq., author of • Roucesvalles,' i.
493 n.

208 n.
Vauxhall Gardens, i. 136; ii. 251 n.

Wasse, his Greek Trochaics to Bentley, t. 487.
Veal, Mrs, story of her apparition, i. 287.-invented by Waste, ii. 158.
Daniel Defoe, i. 287 n.

Watson, Rev. Dr. Richard, Bishop of Llandaff, i. 340,
Veils to servants, ii. 143.

343, 314; ii. 301, 301 n.-his Chemnical Essays, ii.
Versnilles, ii. 14,

301, 353.-Dr. Robert, his History of Philip the Sec.
Verses, alleged pleasure in writing, ii. 346.

ond,' i. 340; ii. 89.
Vesey, Ri. Ilon. Ayonondesham, i. 353 ; ii. 252, 252 n.- Walls, Dr., i. 134; ii. 99, 196, 201.—Johnson's Life of,
Mrs., l. 515 n.

ii. 99.
· Vicar of Wakefield,' i. 187 ; ii. 180, 204.

Way, Daniel, Esq., ii. 317 n.-Mrs.. ij. 359.
Vice, ii. 169, 190, 193.

Weather, its influence on the mind, i. 112, 193, 201 ; ii.
Vices in retirement, il. 398.

418.--the English rallied by the French for lalking of
Vicious Intromission,' i. 300, 302, 356.—Johnson's argu- the, i. 198 n,
ment in favour of, i. 537.

Weaith, i. 310; ii. 30, 153, 304.-right employment of,
• Vidit et erubuit,' &c. by whom written, ii. 174, 174 n. ii. 329.
Vilette, Rev. Mr. ii. 432, 402 r., 434 n.

Webster, Rev. Dr. Alexander, i. 337, 337 n., 472, 475.
Villiers, Sir George, ghost story respecting, ii 194. Wedderburne, Alexander, afterwards Lori Loughborough,
Vincent, Dr., i. 129 n

İ. 162, 176, 522 n.; ii. 31 m., 49, 256 n.
· Vindication of Natural Society,' Burke's, i. 20G n. Wedding ring, Johnson's, i. 98.
Virgil, i. 172 ; ii. 129.-Johnson's juvenile translations Welch, Saunders, Esq., i. 183; ii. 138, 139 n., 216.-

froin, i. 531.-comparative excellence of Homer and, ii. Jolinson's letter to, I. 138.
123. -superior to Theocritis, ii. 242.-liis description Wellesley, Marquess, ii. 56 n., 188 n.
of the entrance into Hell applieil to a printing louse, i. Welsh language, i. 487.-prison, occurrence between

Johnson aud, i. 490 m.
Virtue, i. 195; ii. 169, 190, 193, 194, 257.-happiness de- Wentworth, Mr., Johnson's schoolmaster at Stourbridge,
pendent upon, ii. 169.

i. 18, 19.
• Vision of Theodore the Hermit,' considered by Johnson Wesley, Rev. John, i. 331, 331 n.; ii. 28 n., 145, 170,
his best writing, i. 76.

213, 291.-Johnson's letters to, ii. 28, 213.-his ghost
• Viva! viva la padrona!' Johnson's all' improviso imi-

story,

ii. 170, 213.-Charles, il. 170.
tation of, ii. 115.

West, his translation of · Pindar,' ji. 252.
Vivacity, ii. 43, 43 n.

Westcote, Lord, afterwards second Lord Lyttelton, ii.
Voluire, i. 196, 223, 228, 431 ; ii. 97, 185.—his Candide' 295.

similar in plan to Johnsouls · Rasselas,' i. 148 ; ii. 195. Wetherell, Rev. Dr., i. 525; ii. 28, 35.--Johnson's letter
-a good narrator, i. 170.-his attack on Johuson, i. to, ii. 23.

223 -- is distinction of Pope and Dryden, i. 226. Wheeler, Rev. Dr. Beujamin, i. 492; ii. 200, 239, 353.
Voting, right of, i. 516.

.-Johnson's letter to, ii. 200.-some account of, ii.
Vows, l. 252, 231; it. 196.

200 n.
Vyse, Rev. Dr., i. 146; ii. 97, 10 n., 423 n.-Johnson's "Whig,' Johnson's definition of a, i. 126.-aud Tory, ii.
letters to, ii. 98, 241, 242.

384.

Whiggism, Johnson's definition of, i. 167, 195; ii. 182.
W.

Whigs, i. 416, 506, 559; il. 92, 203, S47.
Weariness, ii. 7.

Whitaker, Rev. James, his. History of Manchester,' il.
Wages of labourers, i. 419; ii. 330.

135,
Wales, Johnson's lour to, i. 479.-Prince of, his situation, White, Rev. Dr. Joseph, Johnson's letter to, i. 303.-
ii. 332.

some account of, i. 303 n.-Rev. Henry, ii. 424.
Walker, the actor, the original Macheath, i. 527.-Mr. Whitbread, samuel, Esq., epigram quoted by him, in al.

Joseph Cooper, i, 139; ii. 95 n.—John, the master of lusion to the marriage of an Austrian Archduchess with
elocution, ii. 144.

Buonaparte, i. 401 n.
Wall, Dr , the physician, ii. 385.

Whitby's Commentary,' i. 418.
Waller, Edmund, the poet, i. 3-19, 525; ii. 182 n., 267, Whitelead, Paul, i. 47; ii. 360.-William, i. 74, 191.

528.-Johuson's Life of, ii. 268.- his · Divine Poesie,'ii. Whitefield, Rev. George, i. 26, 257, 331 ; ii. 220, 220 1.-
384 n.

his character, i. 24, 257, 331.
Walinsley, Gilbert, Esq., his character, by Johnson, i. Whilgill, Isaac Walton's eulogy on, ii. 288 n.

28, 33, 37, 80, 195.--his letter, recommending Johnson Whole Duty of Man,' conjectures as to the author of, i.
and Garrick, i. 38.

311, 314 11.
Walpole, Horace, afterwards Earl of Orford, i. 145 n., Whyte, Mr. Edward Anthony, i. 509 n., 510 n.

239 n., 517 n.; il. 65 n., 83, 226, 298, 334 n., 591.-his Wickedness, i. 394 ; fi. 257.
humorous description of the Bathenston vase, i. 515 n. Wickens, Mr., of Lichfield, anecdotes of Johnson by, ii.
- his amusing, but oneli inaccurate. Reminiscences' 501.
quoted, j. 517 n.-his character of Johnson, ií. 392 n.- Wife, i. 218, 256.-Johnson's advice on the choice of a,
Sir Robert, 1. 50, 257 n., 299, 421, 442, 520; ii. 112, 286.- j. 2-18, 398; ii. 219.-requisites in, ii. 219.- a whining

Johnson's courant opposition to his government, i, 55. one, ii. 257.-an insipid one, ii. 257.-a honeysuckle,
Walslı, Mr. Saunders, ii. 59 n.

ii. 257.-a fraudulent, ii. 334.
Walton, Isaac, his Life of Bishop Sanderson quoted, ii. Wigs, i. 377 n. ; ii. 181.

413.-his. Angler,' i. 479.-his. Lives,' i. 477, 493, 526; Wilcox, Mr., the bookseller, i. S8, 38 n.
ii. 37, 90.

Wilkes, John, Esq., i 128, 151, 179 n., 255, 261, 270, 350
War, i. 310; ii. 151, 249, 343, 355.

1., 387, 442; ii. 31 n., 72, 75, 76, 125, 112, 181, 234,
Warburton, Dr., i. 62, 71, 76, 110 n., 113, 141, 210, 240 273, 274, 294, 295 n., 296, 343.-his conduct during the

n., 318 11., 352, 343; ii. 130, 175, 271.-bis Doctrine of riots in 1780, ii. 234, 231 n -his jeu d'esprit on Jolin-
Grice,' l. 352.- Johnson's' high opinion of, i. 114.- son's Dictionary, i. 128.-Johnson's opinion of, i. 179,
made a bishop by Pope, i. 240 n., 313 n.-his charac- 412, 442 n.; ii. 125.-meetings between him and Joli.
ter of Johason's Observations on Macbeth,' i. 71.--

son, ii. 72.--Israel, Esq., il. 72.
wriles the preface to · Clarissa,' i. 110 11.- Johnson's | Will, Johnson's, ii. 447.
character of, ii. 271, 272, 273, 383.- Jounson's conduct Will-making, i. 321.
towards, ii. 271 n. -his contest with Lowth, i. 363. Will' and shall,' Johnson's use of the words, i. 32 n.

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