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Garrick, Peter, i. 457; ii. 34, 7, 306,

Mrs. ii. 386.

FABLE, fetch of one by Johnson, i. 407. Gastrel, Mrs. ii. 39, 40, 306

Falconer, Reverend Mr. ii. 280.

General warrants, i. 310.

Falkland's islands, i. 345.

Gentility, i. 268, 474.

Fame, i. 245; ii. 210, 258, 491.

Gentleman, Mr. Francis, i. 208.

Farmer, Reverend Dr. letters from Johnson to, Gentleman's Magazine, i. 56, &c.

i. 334; ii. 317.

King George I. i. 474.

Favours, anreasonable, i. 200.

II. i. 77, 8, 94, 474.
Females, of their succession to land, ii. 3, 9, 39.

- III. his accession and character,

Fergusson, Sir Adam, i. 367.

i.

204 ;

Fergusion, the astronomer, i. 324.

- Johnson's interview with, i. 291.
Feudal system, i. 371, 387, 423 ; ii. 3, &c. 15, Ghosts, i. 219, 363, 372 ; ii. 190, 231, 294,
209, 210.

384.

Fielding's works, i. 299, 369; ii. 66.

fome stories as to,

i. 371, 4; ii. 231,

Fingal.—See Offian.

263.
Fitzherbert, Mr. ii. 141.

Gibbon, Edward, Esq. i. 478, 488; ii. 372.
Flatman's poems, ii. 59.

his imitation of Johnson's style, ii. 563.

Flint, Eet, anecdotes of, ii. 390.

Gillespie, Dr. consulted on Johnson's illiers,

Food, Right Hon. Henry, his epitaph on

ii. 480.

Johnson, ii. 582.

Glow-worm, Johnson's fable of, i. 404.

Floyer, Sir John, anecdotes of, ii. 485. Gluttony, i. 255.
Foote, Samuel, anecdotes and character of, Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, character of, i.223, & feq.
i. 321, 2, 3, 357 ; ii. 19, 83, 4, 163, 4,

anecdotes of, i. 225, 230, 296, 316,
456, 491.

374, 390, 4, 8, 9, 418, 420, 1, 2; ii. 63,

Forbes, Sir William, ii. 176.

244, 283, 397, 438.

Ford, Parfon, ii. 263.

his death, i. 436.

Fox, Right Hon. C. J. ii. 212, 433, 502.

Johnson's epitaphs on him, ii. 91, 3.

France, Johnson's visit to, i. 498, 9.

his bon mots on Johnson, i. 307, 404, 73

his Joumal there, i. 501, & feq.

Francis's Horace, ii. 267.

Johnson's opinion of him and his

Franklin, Rev. Dr. his · Demonax,' ii. 344. works, i. 221, 275, 6, 297, 9, 377, 382,

French language, Johnson's knowledge of, i. 314; 390, 3, 4, 403, 5, 6, 437, 484; ii. 62,

512.

153, 200, 3, 214, 293, 341.

French, their manners and writings, i. 342; Gordon, Lord George, ii. 317, 380.

ii. 265, 464.

Gower, Earl, his letter to Swift, i. 67.

Frederick III. his life by Johnson, i, 169. Graham, Lord, ii. 287, 394.

Friends and Friendship, i. 84, 165, 373; ii. 195. Grainger, Dr. his “Sugar Cane,' ii. 29.

226, 289.

- his Ode on Solitude,' ii. 171.

departed, i. 115; ii. 132, 239, 312, Grammar-school, Johnson's plan of, i. 46.

325

Granger, Reverend Mr. his · Biograpical Dic-

Future state of man, ii. 173, 225, 450.

tionary,' ii. 97.

Granville, Lord, anecdote of, ii. 335.

Gray's poetry, i. 218, 466, 471; ii. 59, 63,

335, 425

G.

Green, Mr. of Lichfield, his museum, ii. 36,

306.
GAMING, i. 370; ii. 55.

Letter from Johnson to him, ii. 566.

Ganganelli's Letters,' ii. 224.

Greenwich hospital, i. 250.

Gardiner, Mrs. ii. 469.

Greville, Richard Fulke, Esq. his • Maxims,'

Garrick, David, anecdotes of, i. 44, 8, 90, 8,

&c. ii. 507.
166, 262, 314, 403 ; ii. 35, 207, 8, 211, Grey, Dr. i. 510.
386, 456.

Grief, ii. 132.
his Shakspeare- Jubilee, i. 308.

Grierson, Mr. i. 336.
Johnson's opinion of him, i. 215, 320, De Groos, a descendant of Grotius, ii. 123,
380, 401, 464; ii. 21, 61, 70, 84, 1.63, Guthrie, William, i, 58, 300.
210, 289, 332, 7, 468.

Gwyn, Mr, the architect, ii. 21.

his death, ii. 280.

HABEAS

ii. 490.

H.

Hill, Dr. his works, i, 294.

History and Historians, reflections on, i. 231,
HABEAS CORPUS, i. 311.

314, 381, 397, 406, 487; ii. 51, 302.

Hackman, Rererend Mr. ii. 287.

Hogarth, i. 77:

Hailes, Lord, his and Johnson's opinion of each Hollis, Mr. Thomas, ii. 387.

other, i. 235, 2+5:

Home, Mr. John, bis parody on Derrick, i. 248.

his Annals of Scotland,' i. 435, 7, 8,

his propofcd history of the rising in 1745).
9, 445, 470, 426, 7, 8, 9, 516; ii. 1, 10,
7+, 119, 272, 281,

Homer, Johnfon's translations from, i. 18.
302.
his opinion on entails, ii. 7.

critiques on the merits of that poet,
Hale, Lord Chief Justice, anecdote of, ii. 511.

ii. 169, 251, 3:
Hales, verenable John, lis works, ii. 514. Hoole, John, Elg. his · Tall,' i. 208.
Hall, General, his politeness to Johnson at

his · Cleonice,' i. 44.2.
Warley camp, ii. 274.

Letters of Johnson to him, 542, 3,
Hamilton, Ri. Hon. William Gerard, his kind Hoole, John, Esq. his attention to Johnson
offers to John on, ii. 469.

during his last illness, ii. 575:
Letters of Johnson to, ii. 459.545. Hope, Dr. consulted on Jolinson's illness, ii.

Hamilton's

poems,

ii.

142.

482.

Hanway, Mr. Jonas, i. 172, 341.

Horace, Johnson's translations from, i. 19.
Happiness, i. 276: 11.71,225.--See Life.

criticism on a paffage in that Latin poet,

Harleian inisccllany, i. 97.

ii. 86.

Harris, James, Esq. ii. 199, 207.

Horne, Reverend Dr. ii. 25, 583.
Harte's History of Guftavus,' í. 339; ii. 376. Horne Tooke, Mr. ii. 266.
Harvey, Hon. 'Thomas, i. 291.

Hospitality, ii. 338, 455.
Harvey, Henry, i. 50.

Houghton gallery, ii. 525.
Hartie. -See Schoolinafter.

House of Commons, ii, 187, 192, 303, 4, 373,
Hastings, Warren, Esq. character of, ii. 365.

391, 504.
Letter from him to the authour, ii. 366.

Peers, ii. 261.
Letters of Johnson to, ii. 367, 9, 370. Huggins, Mr. ii. 332,

Hawkesbury, Lord, Johnson's letter ió, relative Hume, David, his style, i. 238.

to Dr. Dodd, ii. 138.

his scepticism, i. 241, 276; ii. 24, 143.

Hawkesworth, Dr. i. 102.

his Life,' ii. 118.

his Voyages,' i. 414,

Humphry, Ozias, Esq. antiquity of his family,

Hawkins, Sir John, remarks on his life of and letters of Johnson to, ii. 486, 7.

Johnson, i. 2, 102.

Hunter, Mr. i. 13, 14.

circumstances as to Johnson related by Hurd, Dr. (Bishop of Worcester,) ii. 86, 500.

him contradicted or explained, i. 64, 76, Hussey, Reverend Mr. John, i. 279.

87, 103, 110, 112, 126, 7, 130, 159, 170,

Dr. Thomas, ii.

184, 225, 262, 290, 7 ; ii. 521, 551, 567,
570, 5.

quits the Literary Club, i. 252.'
Hawkins, Mr. i. I?.

I. and J.
Hay, Lord Charles, ii. 48, 341.
Heberden, Dr. his kind attendance on Johnson, JAMES, Dr. his Medical Dictionary,' i. 85;
ii. 460, 481, 570.

.

.

Hebrides, Johnson's wish to visit, i, 244, 252, his death, ii. 45, and fee ii. 59.

300, 349, 354, 387, 404, 424.

Idler,' Johnson's, i. 181, 3, 2

Tohnson's tour to them, i. 427. Jennyns, Soaine, Efq. bis • Origin of Evil,'

Johnson's published • Account of his

Journey,' i. 436, 9, 441, 3, 450, 3, 4, 7,

his · Evidence of the Christian Religion,'

486.; ii. 104, 157, 233, 247.

ii. 226.
Hector, Mr. i. 17; ii. 30, 1, 412, 488, 553. India, of the government in, ii. 451.

Letters from Johnson to, ii. 420, 1, Infidelity, i. 315, 484; ii. 72, 118, 304, 498.
554:

Influenza, ii. 1.
Heely, Mr. and Mrs. i. 289; ii. 550.

Inns, ii. 28.

Henderson, Mr. John, ii. 503,

Inquisition, i. 254•

Hermippus Redivirus,' Campbell's, i. 226. Johnson, Michael, (father of Dr. Johnson,)

Highwaymen, ii. 196.

anecdotes of, i. 8, & feq.-His death, i. 35.

3

JOHNSON,

i. 173

i. 12.

ii. 575.

JOHNSON, DR. SAMUEL, his birth, i, 8. JOHNSON, his Will and Codicil, ii. 572.- Re.
touched by Queen Anne for the evil, marks on them, ii.

5740

his MS. account of his own life,
goes to school at Lichfield, i. 13.-

Stourbridge, 16.

his death, ii. 579.-His funeral, 581.

enters at Pembroke College, Oxon,
.

His Chara&ter and Manners.
- leaves College, i. 34.
becomes usher to Market - Bosworth

his peculiarities of person and mannas,

i. 12, 76, 264, & feq. 465, 8; ii. 371.

removes to Birmingham, i. 38.

general traits of his character and mode

marries Mrs. Porter, i. 44.

of living, i. 27, 49, 50, 251, 338, & feq.

opens an academy at Edial, ib.

424, 441, 9, 483; ii. 101, 167, 171, 238,
goes to London, (with Garrick,)i. 48. 252, 5, 336, 340, 351, 360, 395, 463, 4,

, ,
a writer in • The Gentleman's Maga 5, 516, 19, 560, 7, 8.
zine,' i. 56, &c.

his early, habitual, and systematick
endeavours to obtain the degree of piety, i. 9, 29, 257, 263, 296, 310, 333,

A. M. i. 67.

349, 379, 393, 441, 481, 4; ii. 56, 96,

bis diftreft circumstances and filial 101, 232, 240, 285, 373, 382, 411, 4572

piety, i. 86, 88.

463, 472, 487, 8, 550, 4, 569, 577, 8.

loses his wife, 127—his grief on that

his fuperftition, i. 264, 503-
occafion, ib. 505; ii. 536, 566.-Com-

his aweful dread of death, i. 320, 9,
poses her funeral sermon, i, 13!.

341, 449; ii, 143, 6, 229, 479, 487, 492,
visits. Oxford in 1754, i. 146; and 3, 505, 567.

again i. 298, 308; ii. 21, 495, 553.

his general tenderness of nature, hu-

obtains his degree of A. M. from that manity, and affability, i. 36, 222, 244,
University, i. 150, 2, 3.-His letters on 289, 296, 307, 330, 451; ii. 35, 90, 122,
that occurrence, i. 150,4,5.-The diploma, 148, 156, 256, 473, 488, 592, 5, 517, 520,

550.

declines taking Holy Orders, i. 176.

his warm and sometimes violent man-

loses his mother, i. 184.

ner, i. 324, 340, &c. ii. 56, 227, 241, 255,

obtains a pension of 300l. a year,

260, 288, 396, 436, 490, 525..

i. 204, & feq.

his occasional jocularity, i. 423, 486,

visits Cambridge, i. 266.

i.

494; ii. 30, 142, 7, 343, 377,

created LL.D. by Trinity College,

his inviolable regard to truth, i. 237,

Dublin, i. 272.

414; ii. 19, 189, 199, 8, 229, 353, 472.

by Oxford University,

his respect for birth and family, i. 243,
i. 468,9.

356, 371, 423, 466; ii. 125, 266, 397.

his interview with The King, i. 291.

His love of good eating, i. 255; ii. 83,

appointed Professor of Ancient Lite 164, 223, 383.

rature in The Royal Academy, i. 368.

his political character and opinions,

endeavour to get him into parliament, i. 170, 230, 4, 253, 304, 332, 7, 9, 344,
i. 346, * feq.

5, 359, 367, 382, 396, 8, 461, 474, 8,
visits the ' Hebrides, i. 426.— See 481, 9; ii. 67, 145, 175, 222, 7, 241, 8,

Hebrides.

267, 373, 7, 388, 399, 415, 432, 5, 6, 8,

Wales, i. 439.

454, 483, 4.

France, i. 498,9.-His account

- and pamphlets, i. 74, 332,

of it, i. 511, 512.

345, 353, 440, 458, 460, 471.-[For his

his various places of residence, ii 302. other works see their several titles.)
his long illness and gradual decline,

catalogue of works proposed to be

ii. 412, &c.-His various disorders, ii. 458, exccuted by him, ii. 557.

462, 5476, 9, 482, 4, &* leg.--Medical

stories to his prejudice refuted, ii, 170,

opinions on his case, ii. 480, 1, 2.

434, (and see Hawkins and Piozzi).
his proposed tour to Italy for his

various portraits of him, ii. 581.

health, ii. 520, 5, 6, 534.

his general character by the Authour,

progress of his diflolution, ii. 567, to

the end.

• Johnsoniana,' colletion so called, ii. 23.

Jones,

i. 155:

ii. 582.

ji. 305:

ii. 309;

Jones, Miss, i. 178.

Law, Johnson's intention of studying, i. 26.
Yorden, Mr. i. 24. 5.

his opinions as to the study and practice of,
Journal or diary of life, its utility, i. 235, 395; i. 277, 282, 298, 393,6; ii. 17, 160,
ii. 155, 189, 270, 440.

473, 494, 510.
Ireland and the Irish, i. 177, 339, 419, 454, Johnson's arguments on several cases, viz.

On Schoolmasters and their Duty, i. 375,7.
• Irene,' Jolinson's tragedy of, i. 47, 50, 1, 2, 3,

Vicious Intromillion, i. 382.
4, 80.-Afted, i. 105.

Rights of Lay Patrons, i. 410.
INam, a description of, ii. 165.

Dr. Memis's Cafe, i. 491.
Judges, i. 475.

Stirling Corporation's Cafe, i. 492.
Junius, i. 345; ii, 283.

Entails, ii. 4, 7, 9.
Juries, ii. 52.

Liberty of the Pulpit, ii. 74, & fee 97.
Registration of Deeds, ii. 372.

the Case of the Procurators of Edin-
K.

burgh, ii. 407.

Law, Archdeacon, (now Bishop of Killala,)
KAMES, Lord, i, 384, 6.
his works, i: 319; ii. 257, 265.

Law's Serious Call,' i. 341.
Kelly, Hugh, Johnson's prologue to his Word Lawrence, Dr. ii. 418.
to the Wife,' ii. 114.

Letters to, i. 447; ii. 311.
Kemble, J. P. Efq. ii. 467.

Lea, Reverend Mr. i. 16.
Ken, Bishop, anecdotes of, ii. 154.

Learning, i. 248, 378; ii. 335.
Kennedy, Reverend Dr. his. Aftronomical Chro- Lectures, their inutility, i. 276; ii 383.
nology,' i. 198,9.

Lee, Arthur, Esq. ii. 82.
M. D. a tragedy by, ii. 195. Lenox, Mrs. i. 138, 188, 442.
Kennicot, Mrs. ii. 496, 8.

Lever, Sir Alhton, his Museum, ii. 525.
Kenrick, Dr. i. 271, 305.

Levett, Mr. Robert, i. 131,201 ; his death, ii.
Killingley, M her curious address, ii. 176.

413.-Johnson's lines on him, ii. 414.
King, Charles, 1. and II.-George I. II. and III. Lewis, F. i. 123.

and William III.-See under their respective Mr. (usher of Westminster-school) his
initials.

lines to Pope, ii. 509.
Kings, their situation, i. 230, 9, 240.

Lexiphanes, i. 297
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, anecdote of, ii. 194: Libels on the dead, ii: 51.-See Topham's Cafe.
Knowledge, i. 367, 378, 396, 483, 490 ; ii. 62, Liberty, political, i. 304; ii. 287,
453

Liberty and necessity of the will, ii. 227, 370,
Knowles, Mrs. ii. 225.

522.
knox, Mr. the traveller, i. 452, 3.

Lichốeld, remarks on, ii. 34, 5.
Reverend Vicefimus, ii. 522, 3.

Johnson's last visit to, and the marks
his imitations of Johnson's style, ii. 565. of respect paid him by the Corporation,

Liddel, Sir Henry, his fpirited expedition to

Lapland, i. 366.
L.

Life, refiections on, i. 342, 5, 400, 572 ; ii. 71,

4, 151, 173, 490, 506, 552.
LANDLORDS and 'Tenants, i. 326; ii. 202, Literary Club, i. 261, 2, 461; ii. 116, 580.
432.

Literary frauds, i. 137:-Instances of, i. 195.
Langton, Bennet, Esq. i. 133, 260, 444; ii. Literary Magazine, i. 169.
149, 219, 273, 4, 493, 4, 576.

Literary Property, i. 237, 8, 421, 431, 476;
Johnson's letters to him, i. 352 ; ii.
122, 276, 409, 419, 466, 484, 5, 537, 544. • Lives of the English Poets, Johnson's, ii. 110,
communications from, as to Johnson, 11, 117, 133, 307.

Published, ii. 181, 279, 344, 425, 8.
Miss Jane, letter of Johnson to, ii. 488.

Some account of the work, and a cri-
Languages, i. 260, 287, 315, 16, 358; ii. 193, tique on its merits, ii. 347–365.
514

Lloyd, Mr. (the Quaker) ii. 31.
Lansdowne, Marquis of, ii. 495.

Lobo's Abyflinia, i. 38; ii. 47:
Latin, Johnson's accurate knowledge of, i. 513. Lock, Mr. of Norbury Park, ii. 349.
Lauder, his forgery against Milton, i. 125–128. Lofft, Capel, Esq. ii. 492.

London,

ii. 551.

ii. 559;

ii. 329.

London, its immensity, i. 228, 9, 312, 341, Mallet, David, I. 344.405; ii. 289. 453.
483.

his · Life of Bacon,' ii. 169.
its fuperiority over the country, i. 251, Malone, Edmond, Esq. fi. 246, 416.
261, 311, 339, ; ii. 284.

- Letters of Johnson to, ii. 416.
Johnson's and the authour's love of, "Man of Feeling, (Novel) i. 195.
i. 2; 1, 2, 433, 472 ; ii. 159, 205, 275, Manning, Mr. (the compositor,) ii. 517.
542, 553:

Mansfield, Lord, i. 360, 461 ; ii. 211, 440.
• London, Johnson's poem of, i. 59, 60, 4, 5. Manucci, Count, ii. 96.
• London Chronicle,' i. 175.

Maps, i. 482.
Longley, Mr. of Rochester, ii. 333.

Marchiont, Earl of, i. 361; ii. 259, 292,
Lort, Reverend Dr. ii. 501.

3550
Lovat, Lord, anecdotes of and epigram on, i. 97. Marlborough, Duchess of, i. 81; ii. 377.
Love, i. 341, 485; ii. 33, 258.-See Marriage. Marmor Norfolciense,' i. 74.
Loughborough, Lord, his talents and great good Marriage, i. 203, 325, 331, 356, 364 ; ii. 31,
fortune, i. 209

33, 41, 5, 56, 284, 302, 312, 409.
Loyalty, ii. 436.

fecond, i. 312, 344.
Lucan, Lord, ii. 380 ; and Lady, ij. 520.

• Matrimonial Thought,' a song, i.
" Luke's iron crown."-See Zeck.

332.
Lumisdaine, Andrew, Esq. i. 511.

Martinelli, Signor, his History of England, i.
Luton-Hoe, Lord Bute's seat at, ï. 406.

397
Luxury and Extravagance, i. 367, 395, ii. 22, Mary, Queen of Scots, i. 192, 429, 437, 445.
72,221, 8, 242, 263.

Mason, Reverend Mr. William, i, 4, 5, 471; ii.
Lydiat, i. 104.

59, 229, 514
Lyttelton, George Lord, his works, i. 294, 343 ; Masquerades, i. 389.
ii. 60.

Matiaire, ii. 329.
his life by Johnson, ii. 360, 505. Maxwell, Reverend Dr. his communications as
Thomas Lord, his vision, ii. 505. to Johnson, i. 336, &c.

Mayo, Reverend Dr. i. 417, 18.
Melancholy, reflections on, i. 28, 186; ii, ir,

22, 46, 94, 101, 132, 158, 168, 313.
M.

Melanchon, ii. 118, 120.

Melmoth, Mr. his Letters,' ii. 489.
MACAULAY, Mrs.-Johnson's opinion of her Memis, Dr. i. 443, 6, 8, 491; ii. 103.
and her works, i. 243, 396; ii. 89, 164,

Metaphyficks, i. 316, 327.
Macaulay's account of St. Kilda, i. 300.

Metcalfe, Philip, Esq. ii. 429.
Macbean, Mr. ii. 57, 327.

Methodists, i. 249, 462.
his Dictionary of Geography, 389.

Mickle, Mr. ii. 509.

his · Lusíad, ii. 473:
• Macbeth,' Johnson's Observations on, pub.
lished, i. 95:

Millar, Andrew, anecdote of, i. 159.
Maccaronick verses, ii. 222.

Miller, Lady, i. 472:
Macclesfield, Lady, the poet Savage's reputed Milne, Mr. the architect, defended, i. 191.
mother, i. 90-94.

Milton, his grand-daughter, i. 125.
Mac Donald, Sir James, i. 244.

Johnson's life of, ii. 348.
Sir Alexander, i. 359,

Mimickry, i. 357.

Miracles, i. 241.
Macklin, the comedian, i. 209,
Maclaurin, Mr. i. 486.

• Mirror The, periodical paper presented to
Maclean, Sir Allan, ii. 103, 124.

Johnson by its authours, ii. 564.
Maclean, Mr. Alexander, i. 514.

• Modern Characters from Shakspeare,' ii. 206.
Macpherson, James, Esq. i. 444, 6, 8.-And see Monafteries, i. 198; ii. 20.
Oflian.

Monboddo, Lord, and his works, 1. 317, 353
Johnson's letter to him, i. 449.

396, 422, 497 ; ii. 405, 489.
Macquarry, ii. 124, 130.

Monckton, Hon. Mils, Johnson's pleasantry to
Macqueen, Mr. Donald, i. 496

ii. 394 ; the authour's verses to, ib.
Madden, Dr. his · Boulter's Monument,' i.. Monro, Dr. his opinion on Johnson's illness,

ii. 482.
175
Madness, i. 214; ii. 158.

Montagu, Mrs. her · Essay on Shakspeare, i. 318.

Anecdotes of, 'ii. 198, 372, 491.
Mahogany, a liquor so called, ii. 376.

Montrose,

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