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Johnson leaves the Isle of Sky. – A Storm. Driven into
Col. — His Appearance on a Sheltie. Sea Sickness.
Breacacha. - Johnson's Power of Ridicule. Happiness in a Cottage. Advice to Landlords. Pretended Brother of Johnson. Carte's Life of Ormond. - Family of Col. - Letters by Montrose
Col. - Blenheim. - Tenants and Landlords. London and
Pekin. Superstitions. Coarse Manners. — Bustle not
L I F E
SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D.
Johnson leaves the Isle of Sky. – A Storm. Driven
into Col. His Appearance on a Sheltie. Sea Sickness. -"Burnet's Own Times.”_Rev. Hector M Lean. Bayle, Leibnitz, and Clarke.
Survey of Col. Grissipol. Cucumbers. Insular Life. Song,
Hatyin foam' eri.” — Breachaca. - Johnson's power of ridicule. - Happiness in a Cottage. Advice to Landlords.- Pretended Brother of Johnson. – Carte's Life of Ormond. Family of Col.
- Letters by Montrose.
Sunday, Oct. 3. - Joseph reported that the wind was still against us. Dr. Johnson said, “ A wind, or not a wind ? that is the question;" for he can amuse himself at times with a little play of words, or rather sentences. I remember when he turned his cup at Aberbrothick, where we drank tea, he muttered, Claudite jam rivos, pueri. I must again and again apologize to fastidious readers, for recording such minute particulars. They prove the