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INDEX.

ABERCROMBIE, James, esq. of Philadelphia, his communications concerning Dr.

Johnson, vol. ii. p. 178.
Abingdon, lord, bon not of, iii. 386, n.
Abington, Mrs. ii. 282. 284, 288.
Abjuration, oath of, ii. 282, n.
Absentees from their estates, how far justifiable, iii. 161, 162.
Abyssinia. See Lobo, Rasselas.
Academy, Royal, iustituted, ii. 56.
Action in publick speaking, ii. 182.
Actors, i. 120, 121. 145; ii. 73. 200, 201. 353. 406 ; iii. 165; iv.5. 219, 220. n.
Adams, reverend Dr. i. Advert. xi. 29, 30.41, 42. 44. 89, 90. 128. 134, 200, 201.

218; ii. 388 ; iv. 260, 261, 262. 264. 267. 271, 342.
Adams, Miss, iv. 260, 266.
Addison, Johnson's opinion of, i. 166. 333; ii. 302 ; iii. 37. 302.

-his style compared with Johnson's, i. 166.

-Johnson's Life of, iv. 44. 81.
Adey, Miss Mary, i. 12; ii. 408; iii. 364.
Adventurer, Hawkes worth's, i. 151. 173. 188, 189, n. 193.
Adultery, ii. 46.212; iii. 309.
Ægri Ephemeris, Johnson's, iv. 347.
Agar, W. E. esq. iii. 104, n.
Agriculture, i. 235.
Agutter, reverend Mr. his sermon on Johnson's death, iv. 385.
Akenside's poetry, ii. 140; iii. 26.

-his early friendship with Charles Townsend, iii. 2.
Akerman, Mr. keeper of Newgate, character and anecdotes of, iii. 382, 383.
Alchymy, ii. 327.
Aleppo, Siege of, a tragedy, iii. 232, n.
Alfred, i. 128.

-his will, iv. 118.
Allen, Mr. the printer, i. 369 ; iii. 240; iv. 318. 345.

-Johnson's letter to, iv. 204.
America and Americans, ii. 258. 275, 276, 277; iii. 183. 259; iv. 17. 73.
Amyat, Dr. his anecdote of Dr. Johnson, i. 295, n.
Anderson, professor, at Glasgow, iii. 104.
Angeloni's letters, iv. 98.
Angels, iv. 265, n.
Anthologia, iv. 351.
Antiquities, study of, iii. 367.
Arbuthnot, i. 333.
Archæological Dictionary, Wilson's, iv. 145, n.
Argyle, Archibald, duke of, iii. 61.
Armorial bearings, as ancient as the siege of Thebes, ii. 152.
Armstrong, Dr. i. 272, n. iii. 102.
Arnold, Dr. on insanity, iii. 159.
Articles, thirty-nine, ii. 83. 129.
Ascham, Roger, Johnson's life of, i, 364.

Ascham, extract from proposals for, i. 364, 365, n.
Ash, John, M. D, founder of the Eumelian club, iv. 361, n.
Ashbourne, mistress of an inn there, iii. 185.
Astle, Thomas, esq. iv. 118, n. 283.

-reverend Mr. iv, 283.
Aston, Molly, i. 47; iii. 303; iv. 50, 51.

-Mrs. her maiden sister, iii. 119. 365.
Athol porridge, iv. 71.
Atterbury, bishop, his funeral sermon on lady Cutts, iii. 205.
Attorneys, Johnson's notion of them, ii. 104.
Avarice, iii. 286.
Auchinleck, lord, (the author's father,) ii. 361.

manour of, ii. 360.
Author, the Young, (Johnson's poem,) i. 27.
Authors, of deciding on their MSS. ii. 166; iii. 232. 283. 332.

-of their writing for profit, iii. 146.
-respect due to them, iii. 276; iv. 98. See Books.
-should put as much into their books as they will hold, ii. 203.

-had better be attacked than unnoticed, iii. 333.
Authorship, iii. 295.
Bacon, Viscount St Alban, iii. 174.

-his rules for conversation, iv. 213.
Badcock, reverend Mr. iv. 374, n.
Bagshaw, reverend Thomas, ii. 222, n.

-Johnson's letters to, ii, 222; iv. 316.
Baker, sir George, iv. 320.
Ballads, (ancient) ii. 183.
Balloons, iv. 323.
Ballow, Thomas, esq. (the lawyer,) iii. 18.
Baltick, Johnson's proposed expedition to the, iji. 121.
Banks, sir Joseph's Epigram on his Goat, ii. 122.

-his Voyages, if. 125.
Barber, Mr. Francis, i. 174, 175. 179, 271; ii. 52. 124 ; iv. 367.

Johnson's letters to him, ii. 93, 94.
Barclay, Mr. the young author, i. 392.

---one of Mr. Thrale's successors, iv, 102, n.
Baretti, Joseph, i. 232. 275. 282 ; ii. 393; iv. 26.

the first who received copy-money in Italy, iii. 146.
his frustra litteraria, iii. 156.
his trial, ii. 76.

Johnson's letters to him, i. 282. 289. 297.
Barnard, Dr. Thomas, (lord bishop of Limerick,) ii. 270; iii. 70; iv. 100, n.
Barretier, J. P. Johnson's Life of, i. 102. 104.
Barrington, hon. Daines, iii. 279.
Barrow, reverend Dr. his sermons, iv. 92, n.
Barrowby, Dr. iv. 266.
Barry, sir Edward, bart. M.D. his notion that pulsation occasions death by
attrition; refuted by Johnson, iii. 27.

-James, esq. (the painter,) Johnson's letter to, iv. 179.

-his paintings, iv. 201.
Barter, the enthusiast, ii, 140.
Bateman, Edward, tutor of Christ Church, his lectures, i. 43.
Bath, Johnson's visit to, iii. 37.
Bathurst, Dr. Richard, i. 132. 137. 180. 188. 191; iv. 23. 27.
Baxter, Richard, his works, ii. 218; iv. 165. 202.

William, his edition of Anacreon, iv. 148. 218. 241.
Bayle's Dictionary, i. 333.
Beattie, Dr. ii. 119. 123. 228; iv. 167.

- letter from Johnson to, iii. 384.
Beauclerk, Topham, esq. i. 185; ii. 263; iii. 341. 345. 376; iv. 7, 8. 162.

Beauclerk, his violent altercation with Johnson, iii. 340, 341.

his death, iii. 376.
Beauty, manly, described by Shakespeare and Milton, iv. 66.
Beauties of Johnson, i. 158; iv. 132.
Bedlam, ii. 326; iv. 185.
Beech, Thomas, ii. 206, n.
Beggars, iii. 354; iv. 116.
Beggars' Opera, ii. 318, 319; iii. 285.
Belchier, surgeon, iii. 45.
Bellamy, Mrs. her letter to Johnson, iv. 220. n.
Belsham, Mr. his Essay on Dramatick Poetry, i. 304, n.
Bentham, the reverend Dr. ii. 390.
Bentley, Dr. verses by, iv. 18.
Berenger, Richard, esq. iv. 80.
Beresford, Mrs. and Miss, iv. 258.
Berkeley, bishop, i. 370; ii. 110; iv. 22.
Berwick, duke of, his memoirs, iii. 255.
Beville, reverend Mr. his ingenious defence of Hammond, iv. 57, n.
Bewley, Mr. his enthusiastick veneration for Johnson, iv. 118.
Bible, the, should be read with the comments by Lowth, Patrick, and Ham-

mond, iii. 46.
Bibliotheca Harleiana, i. 107. 126.
Bicknell, Mr. i. 242.
Bickerstaff, Mr. Isaac, ii. 68.
Biddulph, Miss Sydney, the novel, i. 304.
Biographia Britannica, iii. 157; iv. 249, n.
Biography, remarks on, i. 1-9. 333; ii. 190. 392 ; iii. 60. 139; iv. 365.
Birch, reverend Dr. Thomas, i. 95, 96, n. 104. 168.

Johnson's letters to, i. 168. 218.

- his letter to Johnson on his Dictionary, i. 219.
Birds, their migration, ii. 213.
Bishops, iv. 253. 294. See Clergy.
Blackfriars' bridge, i. 273.
Black-letter books, their value, ii. 99.
Blacklock's poetry, i. 366.
Blackmore, sir Richard, assisted in his Creation, ii. 87.

Johnson's Life of, iv. 48.
Blackstone, sir William, ii. 308, n. 361, n.; iv. 81.
Blackwall, Anthony, i. 48.
Blagden, Dr. iv. 25.
Blair, reverend Dr. Hugh, his sermons, iii. 82. n. 94. 150. 155. 301, iv. 86.

- his account of Pope's Essay on Man, iii. 357.
- reverend Robert, author of the Grave, iii. 38, n.

Robert esq. solicitor-general for Scotland, iii. 38, n.
Blake, admiral, Johnson's life of, i. 102.
Blaney, Elizabeth, i. 11; iv. 338.
Blank verse, i. 334; ii. 102 ; iii. 229. 296; iv. 15. 35. 54.
Blenheim park, ii. 394.
Blue stocking club, iv. 94.
Boerhaave, Johnson's life of, i. 96.
Boetius, magis philosophus quam christianus, ii. 105.
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, first viscount, his works, i. 203.
Bolton, Mr. of Birmingham, ii. 401.
Bonaventura, i. 393.
Books and Booksellers, ii. 301. 374; iii. 163. 254; iv. 28. n. 227. 254.
Boothby, Miss Hill, some account of, iv. 50, n.

Johnson's letter to, iv. 50, n.
Boscawen, hon. Mrs. iv. 85.
Boscovitch, Pere, ii. 103. 355.
Bostock, Tom, the old ballad on, i. 153, n.

Bosville, Godfrey, esq. iii. 390.

Mrs. ii. 144.
Buswell, (the author of this work,)

- introduced to Johnson, i. 306. 309.
his Account of Corsica, ii. 40. 49. 58.
elected of the Literary club, ii. 205.
his Letter to the People of Scotland, iv. 156, n.

his Letter on Fox's India Bill, iv. 235, 236.
For other matters, see i. 370; ii. 3. 40, 85, 86. 185. 360 ; iii. 262. 308. 321.
325. 363. 366; iv. 137.

Johnson's argument in favour of his trying his fortune in London, iv.
315.

Johnson's excellent letter to him on his succeeding to his estate, iv.
138.

Johnson's other letters to him, i. 371 ; ii. 2. 17. 48. 58. 88. 118, 123.
176. 227, 228, 229. 231. 234, 235, 237, 238. 241, 242, 243. 247. 251,
252. 254. 256. 259. 261. 272. 328. 330. 332. 335. 357, 359. 362, 363. 367.
369, 370, 371, 372 ; iii. 36. 73. 78. 80. 88. 90. 93. 105. 108. 113, 116, 117.
122. 187. 191. 192. 247. 321. 346. 350, 351. 366. 369. 372. 385. 394; iv.
64. 132. 135. 208. 225. 235, 237, 238. 240, 241. 313. 344.

letters to Johnson from him, ii, 19, 20, 21, 22. 49. 117. 119. 122. 174.
232, 233. 241, 242, 246, 247. 254, 258, 259, 271, 335. 355. 370 ; iji. 72.
74. 76. 89. 91, 92. 101, 112. 115. 117. 120. 186. 188, 192, 196. 198, 199.
247. 319. 330. 346. 350.363.368. 383.

Mrs. ii. 231. 238; iii. 144, n. 192. 369.

Johnson's letters to, iii. 71. 115; iv. 140; her answer, iv. 142.
Dr. his character of Johnson, iii. 6.
Thomas David, esq. iii. 383; iv. 381.
· James, esq. (the author's second son,) iii. 10. 243, n. 325.
his death, iii. 325, n.

Veronica, (the author's eldest daughter,) iii. 116, n.
Bouffler's, Mad. de, ii. 354.
Boulter, Dr. Hugh, archbishop of Armagh, some account of, i. 244, n.
Boulter's Monument, Dr. Madden's poem on him, i. 244.
Bourchier, governour, iv. 78.
Bowles, William, esq. iv. 210.
Bowyer, William, printer, his life, iv. 335.
Boyse, Mr. Samuel, iv. 174, w, 374, n.
Braithwaite, Daniel, esq. iv. 254.
Bramhall, archbishop, his work on liberty and necessity, ii, 83.
Brocklesby, Dr. his kind attention to Johnson, iv. 158. 207. 211. 239. 242. 304.
364. 379.

Johnson's letters to, iv. 210, 317, et seq.
Brodie, captain, i. 47, n. ii. 408.
Brown, Mr. Thomas, Johnson's English teacher, i. 17.

Isaac Hawkins, esq. ii. 296.
reverend Dr. John, ii. 108.
reverend Mr. Robert, of Utrecht, his confutation of Hume, ii. 6. iii. 257.

(Capability) iii. 354.
Browne, sir Thomas, Johnson's Life of, i. 164. 236; his style how far imitated

by Johnson, i. 164.
Brutes, the hardships suffered by them recompensed by the care of man, iii. 42.

not endued with reason, ii. 214.
Brutus, Marcus, a ruffian, i. 304, n.
Brydone's Tour, iii. 316.
Buchan, earl of, anecdote of, ii. 150.
Buchanan, i. 359; ii. 76; iv. 166.
Buckingham, Catharine, duchess of, iii. 214.
Budgell, Eustace, iii. 37.
Budworth, Mr. iv. 374, n.

Buffon, remark on, iii, 70, n.
Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, ii. 204.
Burial Service, iv. 192.
Burke, right hon. Edmund, anecdotes of, and remarks on, i. 51. 268 ; ii. 13.
116. 393; iii. 66. 275. 336; iv. 21. 151. 252. 275. 288. 373.

his bon mots, ii. 286, 287, n.
his universal knowledge, iv. 15.
the author introduced to him, ii. 205.
his Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol censured by Johnson, iii. 168.
his Essay on the Sublime, etc. ii. 72.
his Letter on the Affairs of America, iii. 168.
Richard, jun. esq. iv. 197, 198.

his death, iv. 198, n.
Burman, Johnson's Life of, i. 107.
Burnet's History of his own Times, ii. 183.

his Life of Rochester, iii. 172.
Burney, Dr. i. 377, n.; iii. 325, 326; iv. 167. 352.

Johnson's letters to him, i. 219. 248. 251. 393; iv. 215. 325. 341.
his Anecdotes of Johnson, i. 252; ii. 356; iv. 118.
Mrs. i. 388, n.; iv. 186.

Miss, and her works, iv, 201. 251. 326. 356.
Burrowes, reverend Robert, remarks and imitations by, iv. 353,
Burton's books, more numerous than Johnson supposed, iv. 233.

list of them, iv. 233, n.

Anatomy of Melancholy, i. 31; ii. 99. 387..
Bute, earl of, i. 291; ii. 307. 412; iii. 65; iv. 111.

Johnson's letters to, i. 294. 297.
Butter, Dr. iii. 1. 139. 146; iv. 364.
Byng, admiral, ii. 106.

his epitaph, i. 241.

hon. John, his letter to Mr. Malone, iv. 382.
Callimachus, iv. 2.
Cambridge, Richard Owen, esq. ii. 317; iii. 223; iv. 173.

university, Johnson's visit to, i. 383.
Camden, Charles, first lord, ii. 276.
Cameron, Dr. Archibald, i. 101.
Campbell, hon. Archibald, ii. 186; iv. 261.

Dr. John, i. 326 ; ii. 43. 185; iii. 217,
his Political Survey, ii. 392.
reverend Dr. Thomas, ii. 296. 299.

Mungo, iii. 169.
Candidates at elections, Johnson's excellent advice to them for their conduct

during the contest, iv. 242.
Canus Melchior, ii. 340.
Capel's Shakespeare, iv. 4.
Cardan, his method of composing his mind, iii. 159, n.
Careless, Mrs. Dr. Johnson's first love, ii. 402.
Careless Husband, comedy of, i. 126, n.
Carleton, captain, his memoirs, iv. 300.
Carlisle, earl of, iv. 98. 223,
Carte, Thomas, the historian, i. 16.
Carter, Mrs. Elizabeth, i. 83. 95. 148; ji. 151; iv. 84, 85, 206, n. 251.
354, n.

her eulogy on Dr. Johnson, iv. 373, n.
Carthusians, ii. 382.
Cathcart, lord, iii. 308.
Cator, John, esq. Johnson's character of him, and his fine seat, iv. 284..
Cattle, extraordinary, iii. 135.
Cave, Mr. Edward, Johnson's Life of, i. 193; ii. 152; üii. 286; iv. 375.

Johnson's letters to him, i. 54. 68. 80, 81, 82, 83. 92. 94, 95. 108. 110.

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