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SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL. D.
A JOURNAL OF A TOUR TO THE HEBRIDES.
JAMES BOSWELL, ESQ.
A NEW EDITION.
NUMEROUS ADDITIONS AND NOTES,
JOHN WILSON CROKER, LL. D. F.R.S.
Quò fit ut OMNIS
HORAT. 1 Sat. lib. ii.
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
LONDON: RIINTED BY THOMAS DAVISON, WHITEFRIARS. ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS IN VOL. III.
Page 1,-line 7,
“On horseback in a ship”-borrowed from the
jests of Hierocles. 5, note 1,-line 5, after death, insert-and. 57, note 1,-line 12, . after “notes," instead of the present reference,
read-ante, vol. ii. p. 313, and post, p. 95. 93,-line 26,
for aeliciis, read-deliciis. 126,—note 2,
add-afterwards wife of Dr. Spencer Madan,
bishop of Peterborough.-HARWOOD.
for painter, read-printer.
for Harw. MS., read_Gent. Mag. 1797, p. 455. 379, note 1,
Perhaps the squabble between the disputants at
the end of Jupiter the Tragic was meant. 384,-line 22, This gentleman was probably Mr. Joseph Fowke.
See Miscellaneous Letters, General Appen. dix; and the letters mentioned p. 387 were probably those referred to in that corre
spondence. 386, note 2,—line 5, · Lord Lucan and Bishop Porteus should also have
been excepted. 396, note,-line last, • for 629, read-626. 442, note,
for seems to have been the grand niece, read
was the cousin germain. The editor doubts whether this extract should not
be placed under the year 1779. See vol. iv.
p. 271, note. 470, note 1,
for Dr. Barclay, read-Dr. Marlay. 489, note 2,-line 3, after “gave it,” insert—but see vol. v. p. 22,
note 2. 490, line 38,
for any, read-an.