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Instead of the reference there, read-post, pp. 54, 187, and 225.

add BoswELI., but see the letter in the Appendix. for etiam is, read etiamsi.

for December, read-September.

for tranquilly, read-tranquillity.

Perhaps the Scotch nonjuring Bishop Campbell was
the person meant. See vol. iii. p. 53.
add-Lord St. Helens has since confirmed to the
editor, on the authority of his father, an eye-
witness, Dr. Johnson's failure at the Society
of Arts.

This friend was Mr. Cullen, advocate, son of the
celebrated physician, afterwards a judge, by the
name of Lord Cullen.

for seat, read—great.

for 1824, read— 1822.

add-Colonel Cecil was probably the well-known Jacobite of that name.

add [Mr. Malone's note is absurd. Mr. Hallam
very justly observes, that Dr. Johnson clearly
meant Dalrymple's description of the parting of
Lord and Lady Russel. "He great in this last
act of his life, but she greater.

for booksellers, read-publishers.
for Eunosigæum, read-Ennosigæum.

217, 1. 5, and note 1, The gentleman was probably Mr. Fitzherbert, who

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terminated his own existence in January, 1772. for Burnett, read-Barrett. This gentleman was librarian of his college, and a perfect Magliabechi in dirt and condition, see ante, vol. i. p. 302. It is odd too that Magliabechi's portrait was exceedingly like Dr. Barrett.

for 216, read-116.

293, note 2,-1. last, for Scotarem, read-Scotorum.

318, note,

for Guy, read-Grey.

for 239, read-245.

for probably, read--certainly.

for Cushel, read Cashel.

dele [ED.] and substitute-Boswell.

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add-no doubt from the same root as gladius.

The editor sees reason to believe that Edward, the second viscount, sometimes called "the French Lord Powerscourt," was here meant, and not his nephew Richard.

182, note 1; 270, note, 1. 9; 271, note; 424, note, add-Boswell.

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