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1: Trecothick, Barlow, Lord Mayor, 382, 432 WALDEGPAVE, Ladies, Reynolds' portrait of,

Trianon, Johnson ai the, 319
Trimlestown, Lord, 441, 442

Wales, Johnson's impression of, 279
Tuilleries, The, Johnson at, 318

Walker, Joseph Cooper, 107; his letter to Bos-
Turk's Head Coffee House, Johnson sups at, well, quoted, 395n.
152

Walker, Mr., master of elocution, his conversation
• Turk's Head, meeting place of The Club, 164 with Johnson, 605
# Tursellinus, his “ Life of St. Ignatius Loyola,” 20 Wall, Dr., physician at Oxford, 638
Turton, Dr., 416

Waller, Edmund, quoted, 3079., 540, 636n.; Life
• Twalmley, “the Great," inventor of a kind of of, in “ Biographia Britannica," quoted, 482n.;
box-iron, 600

Johnson's Life of, quoted, 541
Twiss, his “ Travels in Spain,” criticised by John- Walmsley, Gilbert, eulogised by Johnson, in
son, 301

“ Lives of Poets” 21; consulted by John-
Tyburn, 204

son about “Irene," 29; his prediction about
Tyers, Jonathan, founder of Vauxhall Gardens, Johnson, 65 ; his letter to Rev. J. Colson, 30
474

Walpole, Horace, 112n., 153n.; contributes to
Tyers, Thomas, 211 ; parodies a phrase of John- “ The World,” 85n. ; sale of his pictures, 654 ;
son's, 104 ; describes Johnson, 474 ; history of, Johnson on, 645; his " Reminiscences,” 300M. ;
475

his account of Dr. Dodd, 406n. ; his collection of
Tyrawley, Lord, 250

bons mots, 428n.; his Memoirs of the Reign of
Tyrconnel, Lord, 52, 56

George III., 647n.; quoted, 1391., 233n., 598n.,
Tytler, William, his vindication of Mary Queen of 60in., 639n.; his Letters, 134n., 256n., 298n.,
Scots, 118; his letter to Elphinston, quoted, 286

quoted, 491.
Tytler, P. F., “History of Scotland,” 422n. Walpole, Sir R., 441., 447, 647 ; Johnson on, 40,

244, 373, 558
“ UNION, The," collection of poems, 35n.

Walton, Izaak, 308 ; his “Complete Angler,"
“ Universal Chronicle, The,” “Idler" appears in,

43n.; his Lives, 277, 278, 338, 339, 393 ; praised

by Johnson, 308
109; Johnson writes advertisement for, 115n.
“Universal History,” list of authors of, written by

Warburton, - Bishop, 1849.,232n., 635; his com-
Johnson, 673

pliment to Johnson, 57 ; his friendly message
“Universal Visitor, The,” Johnson's Essays in,

to Johnson, 87; compared by Johnson with
Theobald, 109 ; his controversy with Lowth,

185 ; on Mallet's“ Life of Bacon,”429 ; his style
“Universal Visitor, The,” extraordinary contract
with, 301

of comment, 475n.; tribute to from Johnson,
Usher, Archbishop, praised by Johnson, 219

544 ; his “ Divine Legation,” 545 ; his letter to

Dr. Birch, quoted, 2
Uttoxeter, Johnson does penance there, 669 Ward, well-known quack, 507.

Wardlaw, Lady, her ballad of Hardyknute, 204
VALLANCY, Colonel, antiquary, 629, 631

Warley Camp, Johnson visits, 497
Vanbrugh, Sir John, 189n.

Warren, Dr., Johnson's physician, 165, 680, 685
Vanity of Human Wishes,” 114, 174, 177, 210, Warren, John, of Pembrokeshire, 24
431; publication of, 63; quoted, 64

Warren, Mr., bookseller, 23, 24
Vansittart, Dr. Robert, of Oxford, 116, 242, Warton, Rev. Joseph, 351., 165, 1849., 187, 499 ;
2431.

his Essay on Pope, praised by Johnson, 153,
Vauxhall Gardens, 474

232, 442 ; letters to from Johnson, 83, 214
Veal, Mrs., story of the ghost of, 231

Warton, Thomas, the elder, Professor of Poetry,
Versailles, visited by Johnson, 315, 319

83n.
Verses to Lady Firebrace, by Johnson, 42 Warton, Rev. T., the younger, 3511., 83n., 164 ;
Vertot, René Aubert, Sieur de, his “Révolutions his account of Johnson's visit to Oxford, 90;
Romaines,' 260

“The Progress of Discontent,” 94n. ;
Vesey, Mr., 164, 291, 537.

elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford, 108n. ;
Vestris, report of Johnson's taking dancing lessons writes in “The Idler," 110 ; visited by Johnson,
with, 557

339; Johnson criticises his poetry, 414; his
Vilette, Rev. Mr., Chaplain of Newgate, praised History of English Poetry, 464n. ; his dispute
by Johnson, 652

with Huggins about Ariosto, 528, 529; his
Virgil, 18, 19, 87, 280, 485; Johnson's translation witty saying, 647 ; letters to from Johnson

from, i; edited by Dr. Joseph Warton, quoted, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 108, 111, 196,
83n. ; compared with Homer, 429 ; with 213
Theocritus, 526; discussed, 610'; quoted, 17, Watson, Dr., Bishop of Llandaff, his “Chemical
157, 180, 218, 247, 436n., 592, 600

Essays,” 572
“ Vision of Theodore the Hermit,” by Johnson,63 Watts, Dr. Isaac, his poems, 500; criticised by
“ Vitalis, Janus, quoted, 451

Johnson, 104, 401, 496; Johnson's Life of,
Voltaire 96n., 175, 191, 203, 3181., 323, 466, 485 ; 500

his cruel jest on Admiral Byng, 105 ; his com- Webster, Rev. Dr. Alexander, 273, 274, 275 ;
parison between Pope and Dryden, 173 ; at- his account of parishes in Scotland, 275n.
tacks Johnson in “Dictionnaire Philosoph- Wedderburn, Alexander, (Lord Loughborongh)
ique,” 171; his" Candide,” compared with 312; his pronunciation, 129, 352; helps John-
“Rasselas," 114, 495 ; quoted, 115, 148

son to his pension, 125, 126, 127
Vyse, Rev. Dr., letters to, from Johnson, 400 “ Weekly Miscellany," quoted; 42n.
526n.; his letter to Boswell 400

Welch, Anne, 437, 438

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Welch, Saunders, 511; his intimacy with Johnson, charity, 279; Johnson's forbearance with, sóı,

437, 438n.; anecdote of, 596 ; letter to from 378, 489; angry with the Thrales, 372; dines
Johnson, 437

with Dr. Percy, 459 ; her illness, 389, 390, 399,
Wentworth, Mr., Master at Stourbridge School, 402,. 403, 435, 498, 591 ; her death, 615; her

writings, 47, 181; Johnson's tale in her * Mis-
Wesley, Rev. John, believes Newcastle ghost cellanies,” 258

story, 470; Johnson's opinion of his conversa- Williams, Helen Maria, complimented by John-
tion, 443 ; quoted, 216n. ; letter to from John- son, 633
son, 509

Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury, 184
West, G., his translation of Pindar criticised by Williams, Dr. Zachariah, Johnson writes a pam-
Johnson, 537

phlet for, gin., 100
Westmoreland, Earl of, 117n.

Wilson, case of, Johnson's opinion on, 244
Wetherell, Dr., Master of University College, Wilson, Father, 317

Oxford, 306; Johnson calls on, 337 ; dines with, Wilson, Rev. Mr., dedicates to Johnson his
644 ; letters to from Johnson, 330

“Archæological Dictionary,” 588; letter to
Wheatley, near Oxford, Johnson at, 644

from Johnson, 588
Wheeler, Rev. Dr., 524 ; letter to from Johnson, Wilton, Joseph, R.A., 275n.
498

Windham, Right Hon. William, 165, 286, 494,
Whitaker, Rev. J. 2111; his “History of Man- 597, 622, 631, 658, 663 ; at Johnson's death-
chester," 485

bed, 685, 686; pall-bearer, 688; letters to from
White, Rev. Dr., Bishop of Episcopal Church in Johnson, 613, 665
Virginia, letter to from Johnson, 248

Windsor, visited by Johnson, 82
Whitefield, George, the preacher, 19; Johnson's “Winter's Walk, The," by Johnson, quoted, 58
opinion of his oratory, 200, 514

Wirgman's toy-shop in St. James's St., 481
Whitefoord, Caleb, his amusing essays, 649 Wise, F., Radclivian librarian, 90
Whitehead, Paul, Johnson's prejudice against, 38 Woffington, Peg, anecdote of, 457
Whitehead, William, Poet Laureate, 60; Mason's Wood, Antony à, quoted, 14

Memoirs of, 3; his Elegy to Lord Villiers, Woodhouse, the poetical shoemaker, criticised
quoted, 570

by Johnson, 217
Whole Duty of Man,” Johnson discusses author- “World, The," 85, 86 ; Johnson's opinion of, 142
ship of, 261

“World' Displayed, The,” Introduction to by
Wickins, Lichfield draper, his anecdote of John- Johnson, 116
son, 133n.

Wraxall, N.W., 520; his Memoirs quoted, 593M.
Wight, Mr., counsel in Negro Cause, 436n. Wray, Sir Cecil, 627n.
Wilcox, Mr., bookseller, 30n.

Wurtemberg, Prince of, anecdote of, 238
Wilkes, Friar, 321

Wyndham, Sir William, letter from Bolingbroke
Wilkes, Dr., his Epitaph on Phillips, quoted, to, quoted, 445n

47
Wilkes, John, 38n., 42, 132, 133, 175, 198; essay XENOPHON, his “Treatise of Economy,” 389

in " The Public Advertiser, 100; befriends Xerxes, 256, 431
Francis Barber, 117 ; Johnson writes against,
212 ; meets Johnson at the Dilly's, 377-383 ; YALDEN, poems by, 500
Johnson on, 424; his conversation with Boswell, Yonge, Sir William, 230 ; writes Epilogue to
440; his attack on Garrick, 506; his conduct Irene,” 65
during the Gordon riots, 521, 522; repeats re- York, Edward, Duke of, 172
partee of Pope's, 545; his conversation with Young, Dr., 71, 457 ; his - Universal Passion,"
Johnson, 565-567 ; tells sentimental anecdote,

“Satires,” 573n.;

his “Night
659n; letter to from Dr. Smollett, 117

Thoughts,” 206, 549 ; quoted, 417, 474, 565,
Willes, Chief Justice, 566

640; life of, by Sir Herbert Croft, 548
William III., Johnson's opinion of, 268, 300 Young, Professor, imitates Johnson, 677
Williams, Anna, 80, 84, 225, 255; her account of Young, son of the poet, 572

Mrs. Johnson, 27n.; lives with Johnson, 76, Yvery, House of, 601
173 ; his intimacy with Johnson, 142, 159 ; with
Johnson at Oxford, 196n.; her dexterity in ZECK, George and Luke, 174
making tea, 206 ; petitioner for Hetherington's Zon, Mr., His Excellency, Venetian Resident, 91

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