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ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS IN VOL. II.
Page 3, note 1,-line last, for his entering, read-for entering. 30, note 1,
Instead of the reference there, read-post, pp. 54,
187, and 225. 34, note 2,
add-BOSWELI., but see the letter in the Appendix. 49, note 1,-1.8, for etiam is, read—etiamsi. 72,-1.9,
for December, read-September. 87, note 1,-1. 5, for tranquilly, read-tranquillity. 117, note 1, . Perhaps the Scotch nonjuring Bishop Campbell was
the person meant. See vol. iii. p. 53. - 127, note 1, . add-Lord St. Helens has since confirmed to the
editor, on the authority of his father, an eyewitness, Dr. Johnson's failure at the Society
of Arts. 145,- 1.35, . This friend was Mr. Cullen, advocate, son of the
celebrated physician, afterwards a judge, by the
name of Lord Cullen. 154, note,
for seat, read-great. 175, note,
for 1824, read- 1822. 178, note 2, add_Colonel Cecil was probably the well-known
Jacobite of that name. 199, note,
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 forid Tady Russel. “ He great in this last
act of his life, but she greater. 214, note 2, for booksellers, read-publishers. 216,
for Ednosigavim, read-Ennosigæum. 217, L. 5, and note 1, The gentleman was probably Mr. Fitzherbert, who
terminated his own existence in January, 1772. 227, note 1, 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 ex
ceedingly like Dr. Barrett.
for 216, read-116.
for Guy, read—Grey.
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.