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Montrose (late) Duke of, anecdote of, ii. 196. Orrery, Lord, i. 100, 345; ii. 240, 438.
Monuments in St. Paul's church, i. 408.

his life of Swift, ii. 202.
More, Mifs Hannah, ii. 491.

Ofborn, Francis, his works, i. 380.
Morris, Miss, Johnson's last words spoken to her, Osborne, the bookseller, anecdote of, i. 81.

Ollian's Poems, their claims to authenticity and
Mounsey, Dr. his character, i. 306.

merit discussed, i. 213, 343, 444, 6, 7,
Mountstuart, Lord, i. 281 ; ii. 17, 44, 98, 450, 5, 6, 7, 461, 477, 497 ; ü. 70.

474
Nudge, Reverend Dr. Zachary, i. 206; ii. 375, Oftentation, i. 254, 303 ; ii. 68, 331.
387.

• Othello,' ii. 64.
Dr. ii. 466.
Murphy, Arthur, Esq. i. 194, 344:

his poetical Epiltle to Johnson, i. 193.
Murray, Mr. Solicitor-General of Scotland,

P.
ii. 48.
Musick, i. 400, 515; ii, 172, 340.

PALMERSTON, Lord, ii. 461, 520.
Myddelton, Colonel, his urn and inscription in Pamphlets, ii. 243.
honour of Johnson, ii. 581.

Paoli, General, i. 310, 314, 399; ii. 61, 144.

247, 523

Paradise, John, Esq. letter of Johnson to, ii.
N.

547

Parish Clerks, ii. 405.
NARES, Reverend Mr. John, his . Elements of Parker, Sackville, ii. 509.
Orthoepy,' and imitations of Johnson's style, Parnell, Dr.-Goldsmith's life of, i. 365.

Johnson's life of, ii. 357;-his epitaph
National debt, i. 344.

ii.

357
Natural affection, i. 325.

a disputed passage in his poems, ii. 184,
Negroes, ij. 94, 95, 103, 124, 174, 9, 182.

293.
Newhaven, Lord, ii. 303.

Parr, Reverend Dr. ii. 336, 582.
Newton, Sir Isaac, eloquent praise of him by Paterson, Mr. Samuel and his Son, ii. 486,7;
Johnson, i. 342.

and see 458.
Dr. Thomas, (late Bishop of Bristol,). Patriotism, i. 478.

Pearce, Dr. Zachary, i. 163; ii. 113.
Nichols, Dr. ï. 150.

Peers, House of, ii. 261.
Mr. John, ii. 430, 549.

Peers of Scotland, their undue influence, ii.
Nicoll, Mr. George, letter of Johnson to, ii.

471, 2,
547

Pembroke College, Oxford, eminent men edu-
Nollekens, Ms. ii. 271.

cated there, i. 33.
Nonjurors, i. 463, 498.

Pembroke, Lord, i. 465.
Nowell, Reverend Dr. ji. 503, 4.

Pendergraft, ftrange anecdote of, i. 374-
Nuk yap SPX87&s, the motto on Johnson's watch, Pennani's Tour, ii. 215.
i. 303 ;-and see • Corrections, &c.' Pension, Johnson's, i. 204, & feq. 233.

Percy, Dr. (Bishop of Dromore,) i. 265; ii.

214.
0.

his Reliques of Ancient Poetry,'
ODE to Friendship, by Johnson, i. 84.

Letters on the difference between Johnson
Oglethorpe, General, anecdotes of, 1. 65, 372, 3, and him, ii. 218.
479, 480 ; ii. 73, 221, 435, 6.

Perkins, Mr. ij. 377,...
Oldfield, Dr, anecdote of, ii.

73.

Peterborough, Lord, ii. 524.
Oldham's imitation of Juvenal, i. 59:

Petitions, popular, i. 319.
Oldys's part in Harleian miscellany, i. 94. Philips, the musician, Johnson's epitaph on, i. 78.
Omai, ii. 48.

Miss, (the fingered ii. 458.
Oratory, i. 391, 473 ; ii. 390, 515.

Philosophy, ii. 235.
Orford, Lord, his gallery of pictures, ii. 525.

Pig, the learned, ii. 552.
Orme, Mr. j. 450; ii. 223.

Piozzi, Mrs. i. 269 ; ii. 15, 378, 429, 492,
Captain, ii. 381.

562.

Piozzi,

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of, i. 41.

ii. 65, 4231

Piczzi, Mrs, anecdotes related by her of John- Publick amusements, i. 367.

son refuted or explained, i. 11, 29, 43, Puns, i. 391, 409.
225, 263, 378, 381, 479; ii. 515, 528,
529-533.
Letter from ter to Johnson, ii. 314.

from Johnson to her, ii. 315,
459.
Burlesque Ode to her, ii. 562.

QUAKERS, ii. 32, 450.
Pitt, Right Hon. William, his letter to the Au-

of their women preaching, i. 252.
thour 0.1 his exertions for Government, i. Queensberry, Duke of, (late,) i. 489.
480.

Quintillian, ii. 345.
Pity, i. 237.
Planta, Mr. i. 509.
Planting irees, ii. 105,175
Poetry, reflections on, i. 480; ii. 63, 146, 207,

R.
347

of Dr. Johnson, while young, i. 11, RACKSTROW, Johnson's Colonel in the Trair-
17, & feq.

bands, ii. 516.
Poets, Jсhnson's Lives of See Lives.

• Rambler,' Johnson's, publised, i. 108, 9,
Politian's poems, Johnson's projected translation 110, 113.

remarks

on,

i.

123;
Pope, i. 75, 316, 471, 9; ii. 262, 292, 354, Ramsay, Allan, Esq. ii. 203, 251, 287, 303.
599.

Rank, its importance in fociety, i. 240, 3, 356,
his · Messiah' translated into Latin by 467
Johnson, i. 25.

• Raffelas, Prince of Abyssinia,' Johnson's, i. 41,
his · Homer,' ii. 207, 300.

184, 5, 235; ii. 242, 400.
his Universal Prayer,' ii. 261.

Reading, the manner and effect of, i. 24, 400,
his • Esay on Man,' ii. 299.

483; ii. 65, 169, 223, 252, 340, 453,
his life by Johnson, ii. 352.

510, 12.
Porter, Mrs. (afterward Johnson's wife,) i. 43; Rein-deer, of introducing into England, i. 355.
46.

Relationship, i. 37!:
Mrs. Lucy, ii. 34, 306;-Johnson's Religion, and religious establishments, Johnson's
lines i.
42.

opinion concerning, i. 29, 168, 215, 219,
Johnson's letters to, i. 246, 327, 8, 341, 3, 5, 355, 6, 362, 9.
500, 1; ii. 293, 382, 416, 417, 461, 377, 415, 434; ii. 20, 32, 7, 42, 231, 384,
477, 9, 566.

402-4, 452, 7, 576.
Mrs. (the actress,) ii. 468.

the Roman Catholick and Presbyterian,
Portmore, Lor), ii. 485.

i. 227, 8, 419; ii. 303, 499..
Prayer, ii. 5o2.

Respublicæ,' (the work so entitled) ii. 71.
Predestination, i. 327; ii. 46.

Review, Johnson's plan of an intended one,
Presentiment, a remarkable story concerning,

Reviews, Monthly and Critical, and Reviewers,
Priestley, Dr.- Johnson's opinion of, i. 341 ; i. 295; ii. 60, 6, 361, 451.

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, i. 132, 444; ii. 64, 331,
Pringle, Sir John, ii. 80.

528, 57?:
Printing, ii. 62.

his · Discourses,' ii. 279,517
ancient, i. 509.

Letters from Johnson to him, i. 263,
Prior's poetry, i. 313 ; ii. 168, 295.

349; ii. 430, 458, 474, 524, 548, 9.
Pritchard, Mrs. i. 478; ii. 468.

Rhyme, its excellency, i. 232.
Procurators of Edinburgh, their case, ü. 406, Richardson, Samuel, anecdotes of, i. 77; ii.

163, 241.
• The Project,' a poem, ii. 243.

his works praised, i. 299, 342,
Pronunciation, i. 360, 2 ; ii. 171.

369.
Prostitution, i. 248 ; ii. 52.

Riches, i. 365; 211, 242, 495, 424, 438.
Providence, a particular sentiments as to, ii. Ridicule, ii. 337.
489.

Riots in 1780, account of, ii. 317, 322.
Pruflia, King of, his writings, i. 236.

Rising early, ii. 153.

Robertson
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to,

i. 156, 7.

i. 374:

ii. 464, 5;

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i. 194;

380; ii.

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Robertson, Reverend Dr. William, ii.

251.

Shakspeare, compared with Congreve, i. 317, his works, i. 289, 301, 406; ii. 253. 322. his imitation of Johnson's style, ii.

with Corneille, ii. 337. 563.

with Milton, ii. 372. Rochester's poems, ii. 168.

Johnson's opinion of, ii. 338, 342. Rolt, his Dictionary of Trade and Commerce,'

Johnson's edition of his plays, i. 95,

!75, 6,9, 180, 3, 201, 263 ;-published, anecdotes of, i. 195.

i. 270, 334, 389;-remarks on, i. 271, Romances, i. 15 ; ii. 337,

72, 395: Round Robin, (literary,) ii. 92.

Sharpe's Letters on Italy,' ii. 72. Rousseau, i. 278.

Shaw, Cuthbert, his poem of “The Race,' i. 290. Rowe, Mrs. her works, i. 271.

Reverend Mr. his Erse Grammar, ii. 107, Royal Academy initituted, i. 308.

108, 474. Kudd, Mrs. Margaret Caroline, ii. 90, 251.

Shebbeare, Dr. ii. 396. Ruffhead's life of Pope, i. 365.

Shenstone, his verses on an inn, ii.

29. Ruflia, Empress of, ii. 131, 280.

Sheridan, Thomas, Esq. i. 208, 9, 246, 318, Rutty, Dr. his Spiritual Diary,' ii. 155.

344, 361, 462 ; ii. 44, 283, 452, 5, 522.

Mrs. i. 210.

R. B. Efq. his compliment to John

son in a prologue, ii. 115. S.

Shipley, Dr. (late Bishop of St. Afaph,) ii. 203, 5,

469. SAILORS, their life, ii. 21, 211, 473.

Short-hand, i. 399; ii. 214. Salamanca University, i. 247

Siddons, Mrs. her visit to Johnson, ii. 467, Sarpi, Paolo, his Council of Trent,' i. 69. his life by Johnson, i. 77.

Sibbald, Sir Robert, M. D. curious account of, Savage, Richard, anecdotes of, i. 64, 87.

ii. 188. his life by Johnson, i. 83, 7, 9, 91.

Simpson, Joseph, Esq. anecdotes of, i. 266; ii. 58. enquiry as to his birth, i. 91-4

Letter from Johnson to, i. 188. his tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury Sin, original, ii. 403. presented, ii. 115.

Skene, Sir John, ii. 308. Savages, ii. 69, 200, 449, 510.

Slavery, and the Slave-trade, ii. 174, 9;-and Scarsdale, Lord, his feat at Keddlestone, i. 148. fee Negroes. Schoolmasters, reflections on, i. 45, 353. Sleep, ii. 153, 4. law cafes as to, i. 375; 7 ; ii. 179, Smart, Christopher, i. 168, 214, 476.

Smith, Dr. Adam, ii. 252. Scorpion, curious enquiry concerning, i. 301.

his - Wealth of Nations,' ii. 16. Scotch, remarks on their pronunciation, i. 360. Captain, his attention to Johnson at Lairds, i. 222.

Warley-camp, ii. 274-
Scotland, and the Scotch, Johnson's opinion of Society, civilized, its customs, &c. i. 238, 240,

and bon mats on, ii 231, 301, 312, 313, 340, 243, 278, 325, 401; ii. 209, 381.
394, 409, 440, 450, 3, 7, 486, 495; ii. 17, Soldiers, ii. 48, 211,273.
41, 4, 70, 88, 154, 191, 334, 389, 409, Somerville, Lord, ii. 354.

Southwell, Lord, ii. 438.
434.
Scott, Sir William, i: 347 ; ii. 209, 383. • Spectator The,' i. 392, 490; ii. 60, 7.
Scriptures, The Holy, ii. 74.

Spence's Anecdotes,' ii. 365.
Johnson's letters on the proposal to Spirits, evil, ii. 5oc.
transaie them into Erse, i. 286, 8, 9. Sianhope, Mr. (Lord Chesterfield's son,) his
Seripture-phrases, i. 392.

character, i. 144. Second-fight, i. 277, 355, 461..

Statuary, ii. 22, 190.Selected works, ii. 59, 188.

Staunton, Sir George, letter of Johnson to, i. 199. Senfibility, i. 321; ii. 40, 454, 5.

Steele, Right Hon. Thomas, i. 74. Sermons, the best, ii. 201.

Mr. his Profodia Rationalis,' i. 466. Servants, i.

394 ;

ii.
242.

Sir Richard, ii. 27, 356, 383.
Seward, Reverend Mr. ii. 37, 143, 306. Steevens, George, Esq. re-publishes Johnson's
Miss Anna, i, 11 ; ii. 38, 523.

Shakspeare, i. 334, 389.
William, Erg, ii. 121.

Johnson's letters io, i. 431, 2 ; ii. 102.

Steevens, 3

180.

& feq.

ii. 389.

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Steevens, George, Esq. communications from as Test, i. 463. to Johnson, ii. 518, & feq.

Testimony, general, i. 232, 3, 241. Sterne, i. 398.

Theocritus, ii. 329. Stirling Corporation, i. 492.

Thomas à Kempis, ii. 186, 493: Strahan, William, Esq. i. 464; ii. 275;-his Thomson, Reverend James, his case, ii. 74,

letter as to obtaining Johnson a seat in parliament, i. 345.

the poet, his works, i. 245, 306;

ii. 62. jun. his death, and Johnson's letter on,

anecdotes of, ii. 117, 130. Mrs. — Johnson's letters to, ii. 389, 272. 415:

Thornton, Bonnel, his burlesque Ode, i. 227. Reverend Mr. ii. 577

Thrale, Mr. i. 267, 313; ii. 32, 187, 326, 380. Straiford- Jubilee. See Garrick.

his death, ii. 379. Stuart, Hon. Colonel Janies, ii. 297.

sale of his brewhouse, ii. 410. Stuart, Andrew, Esq. his · Letters to Lord

Mrs.-See Piozzi. Mansfield,' i. 402.

Thurlow, Lord, an opinion of his on the Liberty Study, method of, i. 233, 238.

of the Pulpit, ii. 79. Style, ii. 220.

Letter to Dr. Johnson from him, ii. Johnson's, remarks on, and on the imi 327. tations of, j. 122 ; ii. 156.

Johnson's opinion of, ii. 441. instances of particular imitations, ii. 561,

his letter to the authour, on Johnson's

going to Italy; ii. 526. Suicide, i. 402 ; ii. 423,

Johnson's letter to him on that occa. Swearing, i. 364; ii. 166.

sion, ii. 535 Sweden, King of, ii. 131.

Toleration, i. 415, 418; ii. 285, 335, 452. Swift, letter to as to Johnson's obtaining a Topham's Cafe, ii. 51 degree, i. 67.

Torture, how used in Holland, i. 255. Johnson's opinion of his works, i. 245, Tory, Johnson's definition of, ii. 393, 501. 305, 462.

Towers, Dr. Joseph, i. 460. his life by Johnson, ii. 363.

his • Essay on the Life,' &c. o? Johnson, Swinton, Reverend Mr. anecdote of, i. 148.

ii. 348. Sydenham, Dr.-Johnson's life of, i. 81. Townshend, Right Hon. Charles, anecdote of,

i. 398.
Trade, Johnson's remarks on, i. 323.

Translation, i. 39; ii. 62.
T.

• Traveller, The,' Goldsmith's poem of, i.

Johnson's lines in, i. 276.-His high TACITUS, remarks on his style, i. 378. • Tale of a Tub,' i. 245, 462.

Travelling, ii. 47, 61, 194, 213, 233, 270, I, • Taxation no 'Tyranny,' i. 458.

510, 517 additional passages in that pamphlet, Travels, the authour's, his intention of publishi. 459.

ing, ii. 233. Taylor, Dr.- Johnson's visit to, ii. 42, 128, Trimblestown, Lord, ii. 188. 161.

Trinity, Johnson's belief in, and just disappro. Johnson's letters to, ii. 458, 487.

bation of its being discussed in a inixed Reverend Dr. i. 13, 33, 106, 129; ii. company, i. 419. 42, 134, 146, 161.

Truth, importance of a regard to, i. 237 ; ii. 19, the Chevalier, ii. 291.

132, 183, 9, 300, 332, 379, 434, 440, Jeremy, ii. 503.

507, 544. Tea, i. 172.

Twiss's travels in Spain, i. 477. Temple, Reverend Mr. i. 277, 460.

Tyers, Mr. Thomas, anecdotes of, ii. 237 his well-written character, of Gray, ïi. Tytler's vindication of Mary Queen of Scots, 425.

praise of, ii.

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U. and V.

6

i. 103.

ii. 522.

U and V,

Warton, Reverend Dr. Joseph, his. Esay on

Pope's Genius,' &c. i. 243: VANITY of human Wishes,' Jolinson's poem,

Letters of Johnson to, i. 136, 335.

Reverend Thomas, i. 146; ii. 26, 332. Vanlittart, Dr. Robert, i. 189.

his entertaining account of Johnson's Vauxhall-gardens, ii. 237.

conversation when at Oxford in 1754, i. • Vicar of Wakefield,' (nove),) i. 225.

147. Vilette, Reverend Mr. Ordinary of Newgate,

Letters of Johnson to, 146, 150, 1, 2,

153, 6, 160, 1, 177, 183, 4, 308, 334. - Village, Deserted,' a poem by Goldfinith ;-- Watts, Dr. his works,'i, 171. Johnson's lines in, i. 275.

his life, ii. 123, 269. • Village,' a poem, by the Reverend Mr. Crabbe, Weather, its influence, i. 232, 245, 434; ii. 488, ii. 438.

538, 543. Virgil, compared with Homer, ii. 169. Webster, Reverend Dr. Alexander, i. 428, 432.

Johnson's juvenile translations from, i. Wedderburne, Alexander, Esq.-See Loughbo. 17.

rough, Lord. Baskerville's edition of, presented by Welch, Saunders, Esq. ii. 269, 271, 298. Johnson to Pe nbroke College, i. 308.

Letter of Johnson to, ii. 269. Virtue and Vice, ii. 263, 5, 501.

Wentworth, Mr. Johnson at his school, i. 16. • Visitor, The,' a periodical paper, i. 476. Welley, Reverend John, ii. 190, 231. Vivacity, acquirable; ii. 34.

Letter of Johnson to, 11. 294. • Universal History,' the authours of, ii. 558. Westcote, Lord, confirms to Johnson the truth Universities, i. 300, 490 ; ü. 50.

of his nephew Lord Lyttelton's vision, ii. Volcanos, ij. 38.

505 Voltaire, i. 236, 274, 8, 342 ; ii. 267. Westminster-abbey, first musical festival at, ii. Vows, ii. 268.

495, 7 Usury, ii. 57, 257.

Wetherell,' Reverend Dr. ii. 23, 509. Vyfe, Reverend Dr. letter of to the Authour,

Letter of Johnson to, ii. 12. and letter of Johnson to him, ii. 123;-and Wheeler, Reverend Dr. ii. 277.

Johnson's letter to, ii. 12.
Whigs, Johnson's definition of, ii. 399; no

great private enmity between them and
Tories, ii.

501. 1.

Whitefield, Reverend George, his character,

i. 33, 314; ii. 304. WALES, Johnson's visit to, i. 439.

Whitefoord, Caleb, Elg. ii. 518. Wall, Dr. ii. 502.

Whitehead, Paul, i. 64, 217. Wall of China, ii. 213.

• Whole Duty of Man,' conjectures on its Waller, i. 485; ii. 248.

authour, i. 408. extract from his · Divine Poesie,' as to Wife, qualities of, Sir Thomas Overbury's the communion of saints, ii. 500.

i.

312. Johnson's life of, ii. 347.

Wilkes, John, El. his jeu d'esprit on Johnson's Walmsey, Gilbert, Esq. character of, i. 35.

Dictionary, i. 166. his letter reconimending Johnson and meetings between him and Johnson, ii. Garrick, i. 48.

80, & feq. 339. Walpole, Hon. Horace, ii. 514.

Johnson's opinion of him, ii. 163. Sir Robert, his administration de.

anecdote of gallantry related by him, fended, i. 66. Walton, Isaac, his · Lives,' i. 435, 7, 9, 487; his advice how best to speak at the bar of ii. 26, 108.

the House of Commons, ii. 187. Warburton, his contest with Lowth, i. 293.

his pleasantry on Johnson and himself, Johnson's character of, ii. 352, 3, as to their politicks and religion, ii. 187.

K. William III. i. 474. 498. Ward, the noted Dr. ii. 291.

Williams, Mr. Zachariah, account of, i. 149. Warley-camp, Johnson's visit to, ii. 273, 9.

7: Warren, Dr. his generous attendance on Johnson Williams Mrs. Anna, i. 127, 228, 252, 323 ; during his lait illness, ii. 570, 6.

ii. 57, 82, 98, 126, 9, 278. 6

Williams,

sce ii. 551.

verses on,

ii. 5?3.

166,

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