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January, 1756, his ORIGINAL Essays of suitable contrition, acknowl.

are,
Dedication to the Earl of Middlesex of The Preliminary Address, intern. erid.

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Great Britain, intern. erid.

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Observations on his Britannick Majesty's * Preface.

Treaties with the Empress of Rescia Criticism on Moore's Gil Blas.

and the Landgrave of Hese Cassel, i1753. Dedication to John, Earl of Orrery, of

tern. evid. Shakspeare illustrated, by Mrs. Char Observations on the Present State of ArJotte Lennox, acknowl.

fairs, intern. evid. During this and the following year he Memoirs of Frederick III., King of Pros wrote and gave to his much loved

sia, intern. evid. friend, Dr. Bathurst, the papers in the In the same MAGAZINE his REVIEWS Adventurer, signed T., acknowl.

are of the following books : “ Birch's

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“ Browne's Christian Morals ; ' “ War * Preface.

ton's Essay on the Writings and Geniss * Notice of Mr. Edward Cave's death, in

of Pope," vol. i. ;“ Hanipton's Transserted in the last page of the index.

lation of Polybius ; " “ Sir Isac Ver. 1754. Life of Edward Cave in the Gentleman's

ton's Arguments in proof of a Deity ;” Magazine, acknowl.

“ Borlase's History of the Isles of sci

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ing ;

“ Browne's History of Jarvai * Preface.

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Ventilators in Ships, and caring an il History of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE,

taste in Milk ;" ** Lucas's Essay on acknowl.

Waters ; " " Keith's Catalogue of the An account of an Attempt to ascertain the

Scottish Bishops ; ** Pbilosophia Longitude at Sea, by an exact Theory

Transactions," vol. xlix. ; “ Miceilaof the Variations of the Magnetical Nee

nies by Elizabeth Harrison ;" * Erais's dle, with a Table of the Variations at

Map and Account of the Middle Colothe most remarkable cities in Europe,

nies in America ;" “ The Cadei, a from the year 1660 to 1780, acknowl.

Military Treatise ;”“ The Cooduet of This he wrote for Mr. Zachariah Wil

the Ministry relating to the present War, liams, an ingenious ancient Welsh gen

impartially examined,” iniern, erad. tleman, father of Mrs. Anna Williams,

“ Mrs. Lennox's Translation of Sdly's whom he for many years kindly lodged

Memoirs ; " " Letter on the Case of in his house. It was published with a

Admiral Byng ; " “ Appeal to the Peotranslation into Italian by Signor Baret

ple concerning Admiral Byng ;" * Hanti. In a copy of it, which he presented

way's Eight Days' Joumey and Essay to the Bodleian Library at Oxford,

on Tea; ' “ Some further particulars in pasted a character of the late Mr. Zach

Relation to the Case of Admiral Bung, ariah Williams, plainly written by John

by a Gentleman of Oxford,” achtei. son, intern. evid.

Mr. Jonas Hanway having written an at 1756. Au Abridgement of his Dictionary, ackn.

gry Answer to the Review of bis Eeey Several Essays in the Universal Visitor,

on Tea, Johnson, in the same collectoe, which there is some difficulty in ascer

made a reply to it, acknowl. This is taining. All that are marked with two

the only instance, it is believed, shes asterisks have been ascribed to him, al

he condescended to take notice of any though I am confident, from internal

thing that had been written againt hira; evidence, that we should except from

and here his chief intention seerns to these “ The Life of Chaucer,'

have been to make sport. flections on the State of Portugal," and

Dedication to the Earl of Rochford of, An Essay on Architecture.” And

and Preface to, Mr. Payne's Jotrodacfrom the saine evidence I am confident

tion to the Game of Draughts, achnorch that he wrote “ Further Thoughts on

Introduction to the London Chronicle, an Agriculture” and “ A Dissertation on

Evening Paper, which still sabsists with the State of Literature and Authours.”

deserved credit, acknorcl. The Dissertation on the Epitaphs, writ

* "Observations on the foregoing Leiten by Pope, he afterwards acknowl

ter," i. e. A Letter on the American edged, and added to his “ Idler.”

Colonies. Life of Sir Thomas Browne, prefixed to a 1757. Speech on the Subject of an Address to the new edition of his Christian Morals, ac

Throne after the Expedition to Roche knowi.

fort ; delivered by one of his friends in

some publick meeting : it is priated is In the LITERARY MAGAZINE, UNI

the Gentleman's Magazine for October, VERSAL Review, which began in

1786, intern. evid.

“Re

The first two paragraphs of the Preface to

the Newspapers and Gentleman's MagSir William Chambers's Designs of Chi

azine, acknowl. nese Buildings, &c. acknowl.

1764. Part of a Review of Granger's “ Sugar 1768. The IDLER, which began April 5, in this

Cane," a Poem, in the London Chronyear, and was continued till April 6,

icle, acknowl. 1760, acknowl.

Review of Goldsmith's “ Traveller," a An Essay on the Bravery of the English

Poem, in the Critical Review, acknowl. Common Soldiers was added to it, when 1765. The Plays of William Shakspeare, in published in volumes, acknowl.

eight volumes, 8vo. with Notes, ac1759. Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia, a 'Tale, ac

knowl. knowl.

1766. The Fountains, a Fairy Tale, in Mrs. Advertisement for the Proprietors of the

Williams's Miscellanies, acknowl. Idler against certain persons who pirated 1767. Dedication to the King of Mr. Adams's those papers as they came out singly in

Treatise on the Globes, acknowl. a newspaper called the Universal Chron- 1769. Character of the Reverend Mr. Zachariah icle, or Weekly Gazette, intern. evid.

Mudge, in the London Chronicle, acFor Mrs. Charlotte Lennox's English Ver

knowl sion of Brumoy, “ A Dissertation on the 1770. The False Alarm, acknowl. Greek Comedy," and the General Con- 1771. Thoughts on the late Transactions respectclusion of the Book, intern. evid.

ing Falkland 's Islands, acknowl. Introduction to the World Displayed, a 1772. Defence of a Schoolmaster ; dictated to Collection of Voyages and Travels, ac

me for the House of Lords, acknowl. knowl.

Argument in support of the Law of Vicious Three Letters in the Gazetteer, concerning

Intromission; dictated to me for the the best plan for Blackfriars-bridge, ac

Court of Session in Scotland, acknowl. knowl.

1773. Preface to Macbean's “ Dictionary of An1760. Address of the Painters to George III. on

cient Geography,acknowl. his Accession to the throne, intern. evid. Argument in favour of the Rights of Lay Dedication of Baretti's Italian and English

Patrons ; dictated to me for the GenDictionary to the Marquis of Abreu,

eral Assembly of the Church of Scotthen Envoy-Extraordinary from Spain

land, acknowl.
at the Court of Great Britain, intern. 1774. The Patriot, acknowl.
evid.

1775. A Journey to the Western Islands of ScotReview in the Gentleman's Magazine of

land, acknowl. Mr. Tytler's acute and able vindication Proposals for publishing the works of of Mary Queen of Scots, acknowl.

Mrs. Charlotte Lennox, in 3 volumes, Introduction to the Proceedings of the

4to. acknowl. Committee for Clothing the French Pris Preface to Baretti's Easy Lessons in Italian oners, acknowl.

and English, intern. evid. 1761. Preface to Rolt’s Dictionary of Trade and Taxation no Tyranny : an Answer to the Commerce, acknowl.

Resolutions and Address of the AmeriCorrections and Improvements for Mr.

can Congress, acknowl. Gwyn the Architect's pamphlet, entitled Argument on the Case of Dr. Memis ; dic“ Thoughts on the Coronation of George

tated to me for the Court of Sessions in III." acknowl.

Scotland, acknowl. 1762. Dedication to the King of the Reverend Argument to prove that the Corporation Dr. Kennedy's Complete System of

of Stirling was corrupt ; dictated to me Astronomical Chronology unfolding the

for the House of Lords, acknowl. Scriptures, 4to edition, acknowl. 1776. Argument in support of the Right of imPreface to the Catalogue of the Artist's

mediate and personal Reprehension Exhibition, intern. erid.

from the Pulpit ; dictated to me, ac1763. Character of Collins in the Poetical Cal

knowl. endar, published by Fawkes and Woty, Proposals for publishing an Analysis for acknowl.

the Scotch Celtick Language, by the Dedication to the Earl of Shaftesbury of

Reverend William Shaw, acknorcl. the edition of Roger Ascham's English 1777. Dedication to the King of the Posthumous Works, published by the Reverend Mr.

Works of Dr. Pearce, Bishop of RochBennett, acknowl.

ester, acknowl. The Life of Ascham, also prefixed to that Additions to the Life and Character of that edition, acknouol.

Prelate, prefixed to those works, acReview of Telemachus, a Masque, by the

knoul. Reverend George Graham, of Eton Various Papers and Letters in favour of College, in the Critical Review, ac

the Reverend Dr. Dodd, acknout. knowl.

1780. Advertisement for his friend, Mr. Thrale, Dedication to the Queen of Mr. Hoole's

to the Worthy Electors of the Borough Translation of Tasso, acknowl.

of Southwark, acknorrl. Account of the Detection of the Imposture First Paragraph of Mr. Thomas Davies's of the Cock-lane Ghost, published in

Life of Garrick, acknoul. VOL. n. 68

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1781. Prefaces, biographical and critical, to the

and printed in the Gentleman's Maga.
Works of the most eminent English

zine for December, this year, acknowl.
Poets ; afterwards published with the
Title of the Lives of the English Poets,

VARIOUS YEARS.
acknowl.

Letters to Mrs. Thrale, acknowl. Argument on the importance of the Regis Prayers and Meditations, which he deliver tration of Deeds ; dictated to me for an

ed to the Rev. Mr. Strahan, enjoining Election Committee of the House of

him to publish them, acknowl. Commons, acknowl.

Sermons, left for publication by Jobs On the Distinction between TORY and

Taylor ; LL. D. Prebendary of Weste WHIG ; dictated to me, acknowl.

minster, and given to the World by the On Vicarious Punishments, and the great

Reverend Samuel Hayes, A. M. intern Propitiation for the Sins of the World by

evid. JESUS CHRIST ; dictated to me, ackn. Argument in favour of Joseph Knight, an Such was the number and variety of the prose

African Negro, who claimed his Liberty works of this extraordinary man, which I have in the Court of Session in Scotland, and been able to discover, and am at liberty to met

obtained it; dictated to me, acknowl. tion'; but we ought to keep in mind, that there Defence of Mr. Robertson, Printer of the must undoubtedly have been many more which

Caledonian Mercury, against the Society are yet concealed ; and we may add to the ac-
of Procurators in Edinburgh, for having count, the numerous letters which he wrote, of
inserted in his paper a ludicrous para- which a considerable part are yet unpublished.
graph against them ; demonstrating that it is hoped that those persons, in whose possessiva
it was not an injurious Libel ; dictated they are, will favour the world with them.
to me, acknowi.

JAMES BOSWELL. 1782. The greatest (part], if not the whole, of a Reply, by the Reverend Mr. Shaw, to

" (This is a strange phrase. What work could it late a person at Edinburgh, of the name of been that Mr. Bosweli was not at liberty ts mai! Clarke, refuting his arguments for the That there was some peculiar meaning here charidy authenticity of the Poems published by of a jacobite tendency, written in Johnson's earlier days Mr. James Macpherson as Translations and which may have been acknowledged in cenfidence La from Ossian, intern. evid.

Boswell ; but this is a mere conjecture. Many of the # 1784. List of the Authors of the Universal Histo- (particularly those from the magazines) are of very uncle

ticles inserted in the foregoing list on internal de ry, deposited in the British Museum, importance, and of very doubtful authenticity.-E..]

INDE X.

Ægri Ephemeris,' Johnson's, 11. 306, 428.
ADERBROTNWICK, I. 552.

Æneid, story of the, ii. 346.
Abercrombie, Mr. James, of Philadelphia, his communi- | Æschylus, Potter's translation of, ii. 155.
cations concerning Johnson, i. S02.

Affectation, ii. 251, 529.-in writing, l. 403.-of familiar.
Aberdeen, i. 349. - Johnson's account of, i. 552-3—butter, ity with the great, ii. 279.

duel fought for the honour of, i. 443 n.-William Gor- Affection, natural, i. 265; ii. 211, 343.- Johnson's, for
don, second Earl of, i. 365 n.

Miss Boothby, i. 29; ii. 276.
Aberdonians, i. 353.

Agar, Welbore Ellis, Esq. ii. 95 n.
Abernethy, Rev. John, on the effect of prayer, I. 344.- Age, old, ii. 123, 154, 186, 263, 331, 378.
some account of, i. id. n.

"Agis,'Home's tragedy of, i. 389 n.
Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, fourth Earl of, bon-mot • Aglauru,' Suckling's play of, ii. 180.
of, ii. 233 n.

Agutter, Rev. William, ii. 382 n.-his sermon on John-
Abington, Mrs. the actress, i. 509, 510, 512, 520, 530.

son's death, ii. 451.
A bjuration, oath of, i. 508.

Aikiu, Miss Letitia, asterwards Mrs. Barbauld, ii. 21, 21 n.,
Absenteeism, ii. 123, 152.

121, 259.-her imitation of Johnson's style, ii. 121.
Absentee lax, ii. 227.

Air-bath, Lord Monboddo's, ii. 118.
Absolute princes, i. 528.

Akenside, Dr. Mark, i. 156, 288; ii. 49, 50 n., 60.
Abstemiousness, Johnson's, l. 39 n., 208, 227, 243, 293, 326, Akerman, Mr., keeper of Newgate, anecdotes of, ii. 235.
393, 412, 421, 522 ; ji. S3, 57, 172, 282.

- Johnson's eulogy on, ii. 235.
Absurdilies, use of delineating, ii. 248.

Alberti, Leandro, his classical description of Italy, l. 431,
Abuse, personal, i. 250, 364. – Johnson's disregard of, ii. 519, 519 n.
204, 252.

Alchymy, i. 530.
Abyssinia, Lobo's voyage to, i. 30; ii. 51.–Prince of, see Alcibiades, ii. 158.-his dog, ii. 145.
Rasselas.

Alfred, Johnson's wish to write the Life of, i. 71.-his
Academy Della Crusca send Johnson their Vocabulary, will, ii. 308, 308 n.
1. 129.

Algebru, the study of, recommended, ii. 266.
Accent, Scotch, overcome by perseverance, i. 285. • Alias,' Johnson's exemplification of the word, ii. 345.
Accounts, keeping, jj. 330.

Allen, Rev. Thomas, i. 425 n.-Edmund the printer, L
Achilles, shield of, ii. 254.

146 n., 208, 425; ii. 105, 159, 177, 291, 422.-Johnson's
Acis und Galatea, ii. 149.

letter to, ii. 350.-Ralph, Esq. i. 348.
Acquaintance, Johnson's numerous and various, il. 56, Alley Croker,' ii. 152, 152 n.
349.

• All for Love, Dryden's preface to, quoted, ii. 299 n.
Acquaintances, i. 128; ij. 330.

Alnwick Castle, ii. 161.
Acting, 132n. ; ii. 359, 559 n.-tragic, Johnson's contempt Althorp, Lord, now Earl Spencer, ii. 231. See Spen.

cer.

or, i. 332.
Action, in public speaking, i. 504.

Amelia,' Fielding's, ii. 65, 65 n.
Active sports in young people, not to be reckoned idle. Ambition, ii. 63.
ness, 1. 18.

America, and the Americans, i. 497, 502; ii. 132, 133,
Activity of body, Johnson's, ii. 286.-of mind, Johnson's, 168, 178, 238 n., 286, 333 n., 381.-right of Great Britain
ji. 18E n.

to tax, ij. 133.
Actor, qualities of a great, i. 468 n.

Amusements, country, ii. 255.-a man known by his,
Actors, I. 67-8, 261, 313, 332; ii. 19, 125, 360.-Johnson's ii. 392.

prejudice against, and contemptuous severity towards, Amyat, Dr. I. 164.
i. 67-8, 80 n. ; ii. 244, 245.

• Ana,' the, French, i. 431.
Adams, Rev. Dr. William, master of Pembroke College, Anacreon, Baxter's, i. 456 ; ii. 325, 325 n., 371.–Dove of,

Oxford, I. 20, 25, 27, 51, 71, 74, 79, 113-4, 122, 214, 417, translated by Jolinson, ii. 479 n.-Fawkes's translation
449, 491; ii. 35, 153, 156, 186, 426.-some account of, of, ij. 479 n.
ii. 426.9.-his acconnt of the first representation of Anaitis, temple of, i. 394, 395.
• Irene,' i. 79.-his Answer to Hume's Essay on Mira- Analogy between body and mind, i. 20.
cles, ij. 35.-Johnson's letter to, ii. 413.- Miss, after. * Anatomy of Melancholy,' Burton's, i. 169; ii. 35.
wards Mrs. Hyeti, ii. 381–5.-George, the mathematical Ancestry, i. 252.
instrument maker, Johnson's dedication to the king of * Ancient Ballads,' Dr. Percy's, ii. 164.
his 'Treatise on the Globes,'i, 138, 243.

Ancient times, folly of praising, at the expense of mod.
Addison, Joseph, i. 9 n., 82, 82 n. 192, 221, 320, 334, 318,

ern, ii. 345.
431,519; ii. 66, 111, 145, 165, 251, 284, 399, 433, 433 n. Anderdon, MSS. ii. 426, 432.
- his . Notanda,' i. 82 n.-his Remarks on Italy,'i. 431, Anderson, Professor, at Glasgow, i. 458-4; ii. 96.-Dr.
519 n.-his style compared with Jolinson's, 1. 91.-ab- Robert, his · Life of Johnson,' i. 17 n., 37 n., 79 n.-
surd observation of Sir J. Hawkins on the style of, i, Mr., his · Sketches of the Native Irish,' í. 281; ü. 33.
91 n.-his conduct towards Steele, ii. 274, 291.-John- Andrew's, St., I. 341; ii. 552.-its library, i. 342 n. -ruins
son's opinion of, 1. 92, 192, 221 ; ii. 189. Johnson, Life of its cathedral, ii. 52.-its university, li. 352.
of, ii. 274.

Anecdotes, Johnson's love of, i. 333.-goneral inaccuracy
Address of the Painters to George Hl. on his accession, of, ii. 411 n.-at second hand, little to be relied on, ii.
written by Johnson, i. 153.

439 .
Adey, Mrs. I. 249, 251 ; ii. 203, 213.-Miss Mary, i. 13; Anfractuosities of the human mind, il. 243.
ii. 45, 222.

Angel, Mr. John, his . Stenography,' 1. 310.
Adiniration, i. 524.

Angel, fallen, ii. 354.
• Adventurer,' Dr. John Hawkesworth's, i. 83, 96, 102, Anne, Queen, Johnson touched by, for the evil, 1. 15.-

107, 108-9, 139.-the papers marked T, written by wits of her reign, ii. 188 n.
Johnson, i. 159; ii. 472 n.

Annihilation, ii. 110, 170.
• Adventures of a Guinea,' by whom written, i. 417 n. * Animus equus,'tbe, not inheritable, I. 458,
• Adversaria,' specimen or Jolinson's, i. 82.

Anonymous writings, ii. 205.
Adversaries, not to be treated with respect, i. 329. * Annus Mirabilis,' Tasker's, ii. 327 n,
Advertisements, Johnson's, in the Gentleman's Magazine, Anson, Lord, 11. 204, 204 11.-Johnson's epigram on his

i. 35, 63.--in the Universal Chronicle, i. 149.- in the temple of the winds, ii. 204 n.
Edinburgh newspapers, I. 469.

* Anthologin,' ii. 429.
Adultery, i. 247-9.

Antiquarian researches, ii. 185,

109 n.

Apelles, the Venus of, ii. 295, 296 n.

Boswell's father, i. 456, 458, 458 n. ; i. 78 m., $11-des
A pocrypha, ii. 124.

ignates Johnson. Ursa Major,' i 459.
• Apology,' Cibber's, ii. 75.

Auchnasheal, i. 369.
* Apology for the Quakers,' Barclay's, ii. 41.

Author, rarely hurt by his critics, ii. 250.- the Young,
Apology, Johnson's readiness to make one, ii. 394.

a poem by Johnson, i. 592.-Virgil's description of the
• Apotheosis of Milton,' not written by Johnson, i. 54. entrance into hell applied to, i 431.
Apparitions, i. 149, 182–3, 228, 281, 287, 293, 295, 296 p. ; | Authors, i. 109, 250, 313, 340, 417, 518; ii, 55, 124, 143,
ii. 291, 293.

180, 185, 204, 205, 302, 593, 398.-modern, the morta
Appetite, riders out in quest of, ii. 398.

of literature, ii. 185.—allacks on them useful, i. 417,-
Appius, Cicero's character of, applied to Johnson, ii. the casuistry which passes on the world the prodoc-
425 n.

tion of one, for that of another, condemned, 1. 108
Applausc, ii. 253.
April fools' day, ii. 91, 91 n.
Arabs, fidelity of, i. 363.

B.
Arburthnot, Dr. John, i. 192, 334.-Robert, Esq. I. 329, Bâch y Graig, i. 489, 483 n.
929 n.

Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam, i. 401 ; i 150.-Mallet's
* Arcadia,' Sidney's, ii. 101 n.

Life' of, ii. 130.-his History of Henry VII.,' i. Sås.
Arches, comparative strength of semicircular and ellipti -his precept for conversation, ii. 355.
cal, i. 152

Badcock, Rev. Samuel, ii. 438.-his visit to Johnson, L
Architecture, ornamental, ii. 34.

438.—some account of, ii. 438 n
Areskine, Sir John, i. 424.

Badenoch, Lord of, i. 360, S60 n.
Arguing, Johnson's mode of, and fondness for, ii. 31, 67, Badini, Signor, anecdote of, ii. 590 n.
298, 379, 380 n., 391.

Bad habits, ii. 332 n.-management, ii. 179
Argument, Johnson's, on schoolmasters and their duty, i. Bagshaw, Rev. Thomas, i. 320 -some account of, L. 320

290, 536.-on vicious intromission, i. 300, 537.-in de n.-Johnson's letter to, i. 320; ii. 414
fence of lay patronage, i. 316, 538.-against Dr. Memis's Bagpipes, i. 433.
complaint, that he was styled .doctor of medicine,' in Baillie, Dr. Matthew, his recommendation of caru-play.
stead of physician,' i. 529, 550.-—in favour of the corpo. ing, i. 466 n.
ration of Stirling, i. 529, 550.-on entails, ii. 24.-on the Baker, Sir Richard, his Chronicles quoted, i. 523 -
liberty of the pulpit, ii. 72, 559.-on the registration of Sir George, ii. 416.-Mrs., i. 237.
deeds, ii. 283.—in favour of a negro claiming his liberty, Balance of misery, ii. 387, 483.
ii. 132, 561.-against a prosecution by the procurators Balcarras, Earl of, ii, 80 n.
of Edinburgh against the publisher of a libel, ii. 306, Ball without powder, ii. 244.
468.--and testimony, ii. 379.

Ballantine, Mr. George, i. 156.
Argyle, Archibald, fourth Duke of, 1. 445.-John, finh Balloons, ii. 416, 417.

Duke of, i. 447, 447 n.-Johnson's visit to, i. 448.- Ballow, Mr. Thomas, ii. 56.-some account of, i, 56 .
Johnson's letter to, i. 451.- his letter to Johnson, Ibid. Baltic, Johnson's proposed voyage to, ii. 10s.

-Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of, i. 447, 447 n. Bankes, Mr., of Dorsetshire, i. 56.
Ariosto, ii. 244.

Banks, Sir Joseph, i. 279, 280, 280 n., 440 R.; ii. 199, D.
Aristotle, saying of, ii. 247.-his 'Poetics,' il. 267, -Johnson's motto for his goal, i. 279.
267 n.

Baptism, ii. 41, 383, 383 ni.
Arithmetic, Johnson's resort to, when his fancy was dis Barbauld, Mr., ii. 21, 21 n.-Letitia. See Aikin.
ordered, ii. 264.

Barber, Francis, Johnson's negro servant, i. 37, 8,
Arkwrighi, sir Richard, ii. 400.

102, 151, 237 n., 250, 272, 279, 478 n. ; ii. 198, 422, 44
Armidale, i. 372, 417.

449.
Armorial bearings, i. 294.

Barclay, his “Ship of Fooles,' i. 119.-Mr., the young
Arms, piling of, why insisted on, ij. 195.

author, his defence of Johnson's Shakspeare est
Armstrong, Dr. John, i. 151 n.; ii. 95.

Kenrick, i. 223, 417 n.-Robert, of Ury, his 'Arc
Army, officers of the, i. 464.

for the Quakers,' ii. 41.-Robert, Esq , one of Xr.
Arnauld, Anthony, ii. 192.

Thrale's successors, ii, 501, 505.-his character, E.
Arnold, Dr. Thomas, his Observations on Insanity,'
ii. 122.

Baretti, Signor Giuseppe, i. 112, 120, 129, 143, 137, ist,
"Art of Living in London,' i. 39.

165, 227, 248, 252, 262, 272, 302, 496 ; ij. 7,9,13,196,1
Artificial roins, i. 492 n.

51 n., 55 n., 67 n., 69 n., 85, 115, 121, 255, 270.-Joan
* Arts corrective,' i. 427.

son's letters to, i. 157, 160, 165.-his trial for brudt,
Articles, subscription to the thirty-nine, i. 266, 282, 282 i. 264; ii. 396.-his Travels,' i. 272.-the fint s bo re-

ceived copy-money in Italy, ii. 116.-his structures a
Ascham, Roger, Johnson's Life of, i. 206

Mrs. Piozzi's marriage, ii. 67 n.-his Frustra Leiks
Asaph, Bishop of. See Shipley.

ria,' ii. 121.
*Ascanius,' i. 386 n., 387 n., 389 n.

Bark, Peruvian, ii. 385.
Ash, Dr. John, founder of the Eumelian club, ii. 431 n. Barker, Dr. Edmund, i. 75, 138.
Ashbourne, ii. 124, 134,

Barnard, Rev. Dr., bishop of Killaloe, i. 37 *. ; i. 90

...
Ashburton, Lord. See Dunning.

148, 299.-altercation between Johnson and, on the
Assertion, ii. 380 n.

question, whether a man can improve after the we of
Assize, maiden one, ii. 156.

forty-live, ii. 299,-his pleasant verses thereos, D.
Association of ideas, ii. 169.

--provost of Eton, ii. 187.-Francis, Esq., afterud
Astle, Thomas, Esq., keeper of the records in the Tower, Sir Francis, king's' librarian, i. 233, 299 8.-Johason's

1. 66.-Johnson's Ictter to, ií. 308.-his notes on Alfred's letter of instructions to, on ihe formation of the kings
will, ii. 308, 308 n.-Rev. Mr., Johnson's advice to, as library, i. 534.
to his studies, ii. 391.

Barnes, Rev. Joshua, i. 456; ii. 249.
Aston, Sir Thomas, i. 29, 29 n.-Miss Mary, afterwards Barnwall, Nicholas, Lord Trimlestown, ii. 14, 1855-

Mrs. Brodie, i. 29, 29 n. ; ii. 276 n., 277 n.-Miss Ma Thomas, his son, singular instance of filial affecon is
ry, Johnson's epigram addressed to, l. 54; ii. 120 n.

ii. 143 n.
Mrs. Elizabeth, i. 29, 243 n., 271; ii. 4, 44, 46, 102, 135. Baron Hill, the seat of Lord Bulkeley, i. 483 .
-Johnson's letters to, i. 243, 253; ii. '89, 40, 103, 135, Barretier, John Philip, Johnson's Life of, 1. 57, 52, a.
201, 203, 212, 223, 317, 370.

Barrington, Hon. Daines, ü. 293, 365.-his' Exsy on the
Astiey, Mr. Philip, the equestrian, ii. 220, 220 n.

Emigration of Birds,' i. 316.- his · Observations ca the
"As You Like It,' the clown's answer in, ii. 256,

Statutes,' ii. 177.
Atheism, i. 336.

Barrow, Dr. Isaac, his sermon against foolish talking and
• Athol porridge,' ii. 285.

jesting, ii. 296 n.
• Atlas,' the race-horse, i. 479 n.

Barrowby, Dr., anecdote of, ü. 395 n.
Atonement, the great article of Christianity, i. 350, 351 Barry, Sir Edward, his notion that pulsation occa. Ja
n. ; ij. 128 n., 303, 303 n., 442 n.

death by attrition, ij. 61.-Spranger, the actor, i 19
Attack, advantages which authors derive from, i. 417, 515. n.-James, Esq., the painter, ii. 332, 346, 345, 352
Atterbury, Dr. Francis, Bishop of Rochester, ii, 144, 151. 365 n.-Johnson's opinion of, ii. S46, 343, 348 4-bois

-his funeral sermon on Lady Cutts, ii. 144.-style of letter to, ii. 358.-Sir N., ii. 397.
his sermons, ii. 151.

Barter, Mr., i. 288.
Attorney general, ludicrous title given to, ii. 77.

* Bas Bleu,' Miss Hannah More's poem of, ii. 297.
Attorneys, i. 171, 444 n. ; ij. 391.

Bashfulness, ii. 391.
Avarice, i. 433 ; ii. 63, 74, 181, 256, 257.

Bastard,' the, Savage's poem of, i. 67.
Auchinleck estate, i. 457, 457 n.; ii. 23, 563, 123.- Lord, Bat, formation of the, ii. 191.

301 n.

n., 342.

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