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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. I Snt. lib. ii.
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
LONDON: PRİNYET HY THOMAS DAVISON, WHITEFRIARS. ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS IN VOL. V.
Page 22,-1. 11, 16, and 18, for Lennox, read-Lowe; Mr. Lowe the painter. 22, note 2,
add-see ante, vol. iii. p. 489, n. 2. 65,-line 26,
on love and madness, add note-[A kind of novel
founded on the story of Mr. Hackman and
Miss Ray, see vol. iv. p. 254.- Ep.) 70, note 2,
add-BOSWELL. 106, note,
add-The text not here accurately quoted is in
Ecclesiastes, c. xi. v. 3. 132,_line 19, on Bellamy, add note-[An actress who published
memoirs of her life.—ED.] 223, note 2,
add--Mr. Chalmers says that they were certainly
chiefly collected by Stevens, and published
by him in the St. James's Chronicle. 226, note,
after ante, insert-vol. i. p. 160. 233, note,
add--The following version, if less poetical, is
at least more exact :
Pray four, feast two-the rest the muses claim.”
himself was in one of James's sea fights long
prior to the siege of Derry.] 265, note 1,
between and and appears, insert—the sentence. 286, note 1,
for 7th December, read-5th December. 316, note 2,
add-Bishop Sanderson is referred to, because he
was an eminent casuist, and treated of cases
of conscience. 349, note,
add-Mr. Boswell may perhaps have meant“ The
Idler, No. 82," where Johnson added to Sir Joshua Reynolds's paper the words, “and pollute his canvas with deformity.”