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Club in Old Street, his, iv. 187;
_Complete System of Geography_, article in the, iii. 445;
_Description of Formosa_, iii. 444;
hypocrisy, never free from, iii. 444; 448-9;
Innes, Dr., aided in his fraud by, i. 359;
invention of his name, iii. 447;
Johnson sought after him, iii. 314;
respected him as much as a Bishop, iv. 274;
_Spectator_, ridiculed in the, iii. 449.
PUBLICATIONS, spurious, ii. 433.
_Publick Advertiser_, i. 300; ii. 46, n. 2, 71, n. 2, 93, n. 3.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS vex no man, iv. 220. See ENGLAND.
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS, ii. 169.
_Public dinners_, iv. 367, n. 3.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, iii. 53.
PUBLIC JUDGMENT. See WORLD.
_Public Ledger_, iii. 113, n. 3.
PUBLIC LIFE,
eminent figure made in it with little superiority of mind, iv. 178.
PUBLIC OVENS, ii. 215.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS. See SCHOOLS.
PUBLIC SPEAKING, ii. 139, 339.
_Public Virtue_, iv. 20.
PUBLIC WORSHIP, i. 418, n. 1; iv. 414, n. 1.
PUBLISHERS. See BOOKSELLERS.
_Pudding, Meditation on a_, v. 352.
PUFFENDORF,
corporal punishment, ii. 157;
_Introduction to History_, iv. 311;
not in practice as a lawyer, ii. 430.
PULPIT, liberty of the, iii. 59, 91.
PULSATION, effect on life, iii. 34.
PULTENEY, William. See BATH, Earl of.
PUNCH, bowl of, i. 334.
PUNCTUATION, Lyttelton's _History of Henry II_, iii. 32, n. 5.
PUNIC WAR, iii. 206, n. 1.
PUNISHMENT, eternal, iii. 200; iv. 299.
PUNS,
'dignifying a pun,' v. 32, n. 3.
Johnson's contempt for them, ii. 241; iv. 316;
Boswell's approval of them, ib.;
one in _Menagiana_, ii. 241.
See under BURKE and JOHNSON.
PUNSTER, defined, ii. 241, n. 2.
PURCELL, Thomas, ii. 343.
PURGATORIANS, ii. 162.
PURGATORY, ii. 104, 163. See MIDDLE STATE.
PUTNEY, ii. 444.
PYE, Henry James, poet laureate, i. 185, n. 1.
PYM, John,
member of Broadgates Hall, i. 75, n. 3;
mentioned, ii. 118.
PYRAMIDS of Egypt, iii. 352.
PYTHAGOREAN DISCIPLINE, iii. 261.



Q.

QUACK DOCTORS, iii. 389.
QUAKERS,
Boswell loves their simplicity, ii. 457;
Johnson liked individual Quakers, but not the sect, ii. 458;
on their objection to fine clothes, iii. 188, n. 4;
many a man a Quaker without knowing it, ii. 457;
Pennsylvanian Quakers, vote of, iv. 212, n. 1;
proselyte, a young, iii. 298;
slavery, abolitionists of, ii. 478;
soldiers, clothing to the, iv. 212;
texts, literal interpretation of, iv. 211;
tythes and persecution inseparable, v. 423;
women preaching, i. 463. See under KNOWLES, Mrs.
_Qualifying a wrong_, iii. 63, n. 1.
_Qualitied_, iv. 174.
QUALITY, women of, iii. 353.
_Queen Elizabeth's Champion_, v. 241, n. 2.
QUEEN'S ARMS CLUB, iv. 87.
QUEEN'S HOUSE LIBRARY, ii. 33.
QUEENSBERRY, family of, iii. 163.
QUEENSBERRY, Duke of, Gay and the _Beggar's Opera_, ii. 368.
QUEENY (Miss Thrale), iii. 422, n. 4; v. 451.
_Quem Deus vult perdere, &c_., ii. 445, n. 1; iv. 181.
QUESTIONING, ii. 472; iii. 57, 268.
QUIN, James,
Bath, praises, iii. 45, n. 1;
_Beggar's Opera_, anecdote of the, ii. 368;
Falstaff, his, iv. 243, n. 6;
kings and January 30, v. 382, n. 2;
Thomson, intimacy with, iii. 117, n. 2;
vanity, his, iii. 264.
QUINTILIAN, iv. 35.
QUIXOTE, Don. See under CERVANTES.
_Quos Deus null perdere, prius dementat_, ii. 445, n. 1; iv. 181.
QUOTATION, the _parole_ of literary men, iv. 102.
QUOTATIONS, untraced, iv. 181.
_Quotidian_, v. 345-6.



R.

RABELAIS, Garagantua, iii. 256;
surpassed by Johnson, ii. 231.
_Race, The_, by Mercurius Spur, Esq., ii. 31.
RACINE, 'goes round the world,' v. 311.
RACKSTROW, Colonel, of the Trained Bands, iv. 319.
RADCLIFFE, Charles, his execution, i. 180.
RADCLIFFE, Dr., Master of Pembroke College, i. 271.
RADCLIFFE, Dr. John, travelling fellowships, iv. 293.
RADICALS, iii. 460.
RALEIGH, Sir Walter, autograph letter, i. 227;
Birch edits his smaller pieces, i. 226;
execution, his, i. 180, n. 2;
Johnson mentions his _Works_ in the preface to his_ Dictionary_,
iii. 194, n. 2.
RALPH, James, _The Champion_, i. 169, n. 2.
_Rambler_, account of it, i. 201-226;
contributors, i. 203, 208, n. 3;
editions and sale, i. 208, 212, 255;
Scotch edition, i. 210;
revision of collected edition, i. 203, n. 6;
publication, i. 202;
sale of a sixteenth-share, ii. 208, n. 3;
hastily written, i. 203; iii. 42;
could be made better, iv. 309;
hints for essays, i. 204-7;
origin of the name, i. 202;
style, i. 217;
club in an Essex town incensed by it, i. 215;
friend, learning one's faults from a, iv. 281, n. 1;
Garrick and Prospero, i. 216;
'hard words,' i. 208, n. 3;
index, iv. 325;
in Italian, _Il Genio errante and Il Vagabondo_, iii. 411;
Johnson's epitaph, quotation from it in, iv. 445;
gives a copy to Edwards, iv. 90;
opinion of it, i. 210, n. 1;
thinks it 'too wordy,' iv. 5;
portrait prefixed, iv. 421, n. 2;
wife praises it, i. 210;
ladies strangely formal, i. 223;
Langton admires it, i. 247;
last number, i. 226, 233;
lessons taught by it, i. 213;
mottoes translated, i. 210, n. 3, 211, 225;
Murphy's translation from the French, i. 356;
_Necessity of Cultivating Politeness_, v. 82, n. 2;
quotation in Colonel Myddelton's inscription, iv. 443;
Russian translation, iv. 277;
Shenstone, praised by, ii. 452;
suicide, supposed to recommend, iv. 150, n. 2;
virtuoso, description of a, iv. 314, n. 2; v. 61, n. 5;
Young's, Dr., copy, i. 214.
_Rambler, Beauties of the_, i. 214.
_Raniblefs Magazine_, i. 202.
RAMSAY, Allan, the elder, the poet,
dedication to the Countess of Eglintoune, v. 374, n. 3;
_Gentle Shepherd_, ii. 220;
_Highland Laddie_, v. 184, n. 1.
RAMSAY, Allan, the son, the portrait-painter,
death, iv. 260, n. 1, 366, n. 1;
dinners at his house, iii. 331-6,382-3, 407-9;
house in Harley Street, iii. 391, n. 2;
Italy, visits, iii. 250; iv. 260;
Johnson loves him, iii. 336;
politeness, praises, iii. 331;
Pope's poetry less admired than formerly, iii. 332;
Select Society, founds the, v. 393, n. 4;
'There lived a young man' &c., quotes, iii. 252;
mentioned, iii. 254; iv. I, n. 1.
RANBY, John,
_Doubts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade_, iii. 205.
RANGER, the character of, ii. 50.
RANK,
its claims, iii. 55;
Johnson's respect for it, i. 443, 447-8;
morals of high people, iii. 353.
RANKE, Professor, Sixtus Quintus, v. 239, n.
RAPHAEL,
Johnson admires his pictures, ii. 392;
mentioned, i. 248, n. 3.
RAPTURIST, ii. 41, n. 1.
RASAY, the Macleods of,
account of them, v. 165, 167;
estates, v. 412, n. 2;
family happiness, v. 178;
league with the Macdonalds, v. 174;
Johnson compliments them in his _Journey_, ii. 304;
they praise him, ib.
RASAY, John Macleod, Laird of, 'Macgillichallum,' v. 161, n. 2;
his _carriage_, v. 162, 179, n. 2;
income, v. 165, n. 2;
patriarchal life, v. 167;
befriends the Pretender, v. 190-5;
Johnson's mistake about the chieftainship, ii. 303, 380, 382, 411;
correspondence about it, v. 410-413;
entertained by, ii. 305; iv. 155; v. 413, n. 1;
visits him, v. 165-179, 183.
RASAY, old Laird of, out in the '45, v. 174, 188, 190, 199.
_Rascal_, Johnson's use of the term, iii. 1.
_Rasselas_,
account of its publication, i. 340-4;
date of its composition and publication, i. 342, n. 2, 516;
editions,
first, i. 340, n, 3;
fifth, ii. 208, n. 3;
an American one, ii. 207;
origin of the name, i. 340, n. 3;
price paid for it, i. 341;
translations, i. 341; ii. 208;
in French by Baretti, ib., n. 2;
written in the evenings of one week to pay the expenses of
Johnson's mother's funeral, i. 341;
Boswell's yearly reading, i. 342; iii. 133;
made unhappy by it, iii. 317;
_Candide_, compared with, i. 342; iii. 356;
choice of life, ii. 22, n. l;
civilisation, advantages of, ii. 73, n. 3;
Europeans, the power of the, iv. 119;
Gough Square, written in, iii. 405, n. 6;
Imlac and the Great Mogul, ii. 40, n. 4;
influence of places on the mind, v. 334, n. 1;
Johnson reads it in 1781, iv. 119;
_Lobo's Abyssinia_, partly suggested by, i. 89;
Macaulay's, Dr. J., _Bibliography_, ii. 208, n. 3;
marriages, late, ii. 128, n. 4;
misery of life, the, iii. 317;
praise to an old man, i. 339, n. 3;
resolutions, ii. 113, n. 3;
retirement from the world, v. 62, nn. 1 and 4;
scholar, the business of a, ii. 119, n. 1;
solitude of a great city, iii. 379, n. 2;
sorrow, the cure for, iii. 6;
spirits of the dead, i. 343;
travelling in Europe, i. 340, n. 1;
_Vanity of Human Wishes_, resemblance to the, i. 342.
RAT,
grey or Hanover, ii. 455;
'Now, Muse, let's sing of Rats,' ii. 453.
RAWLINSON, Dr., iv. 161.
RAY, John,
British insects, ii. 248;
Collection of north-country words, ii. 91;
_Nomenclature_, ii. 361.
RAY, Miss, iii. 383.
RAYMOND, S., ii. 338, n. 2.
RAYNAL, Abbé, iv. 434-5.
READING,
advice of an old gentleman, i. 446;
art, its, iv. 207;
boys should read any book they will, iii. 385; iv. 21;
general amusement, iv. 217, n. 4;
hard reading, i. 446;
inclination to be followed, i. 428; iii. 43, 193;
knowledge got by it compared with that got by conversation, ii. 361;
people do not willingly read, iv. 218;
reading books to the end, i. 71; ii. 226; iv. 308;
reading no more than one could utter, iv. 31;
snatches useful, iv. 21;
Voltaire testifies to its increase in England, ii. 402, n. 1;
youth the season for plying books, i. 446.
See JOHNSON, reading.
REBELLION, natural to men, v. 394.
REBELLION OF 1745-6,
Boswell's projected history of it, iii. 162;
would have to be printed abroad, ib.;
cruelty shown to the rebels, i. 146;
effect on the _Gent_. _Mag_., i. 176, n. 2;
Highlanders' wants, ii. 126;
Johnson's occupation at the time, i. 176;
noble attempt, iii. 162.
REBELS, never friends to arts, ii. 223;
successful, ii. 223.
_Recollecting_, iv. 126.
_Recreations and Studies of a Country Clergyman_, iv 190, n. 2.
RECRUITING, iii. 399, n. 3.
_Recruiting Officer_, iv. 7.
RECUPERO, Signor, ii. 468, n. 1.
_Red Coat_, v. 140.
RED SEA, iii. 134, n. i, 455.
REDRESS FOR RIDICULE, v. 295.
REED, Isaac, aids Johnson in the _Lives_, iv. 37;
mentioned, i. 169, n. 2; ii. 240, n. 4; iii. 201, n. 3; v. 57, n. 2.
REED, John, iii. 281, n. 3.
REES, Dr., ii. 203, n. 3.
REFINEMENT, in education, iii. 169.
_Reflections on a grave digging in Westminster Abbey_, ii. 26;
v. 117, n. 4.
_Reflections on the State of Portugal_, i. 306.
REFORMATION, Church revenues lessened, iii. 138;
freedom from bondage, iii. 60;
the light of revelation obscured upon political motives, ii. 28.
REFORMERS, why burnt, ii. 251.
_Regale_, iii. 308, n. 2; v. 347, n. 1.
REGATTA, iii. 206, n. 1.
REGICIDES, ii. 370.
REGISTRATION OF DEEDS, iv. 74.
_Rehearsal, The_, ii. 168; iv. 320.
REID, Andrew, iii. 32, n. 5.
REID, Professor Thomas, meets Johnson in Glasgow, v. 369, 370;
_original principles_, his, i. 471;
Scotticisms corrected by Hume, ii. 72, n. 2;
mentioned, ii. 53, n. 1.
REIGN OF TERROR, i. 465, n. 1.
REINDEER, ii. 168.
RELATIONS, a man's ready friends, v. 105;
in London, ii. 177.
See FRIENDS, natural.
RELIGION, amount of religion in the country, ii. 96;
ancients not in earnest as to it, iii. 10;
balancing of accounts, iv. 225;
changing it, ii. 466; iii. 298;
choosing one for oneself, iii. 299;
College jokers its defenders, iv. 288;
differences of opinion not much thought of, iv. 291;
general ignorance, iii. 50;
hard, made to appear, v. 316;
ignorance of the first notion, iv. 216;
joy in it, iii. 339;
particular places for it, iv. 226;
people with none, iv. 215; perversions, ii. 129;
religious conversation banished, ii. 124;
State, to be regulated by the, ii. 14; iv. 12;
unfitness of poetry for it, iii. 358, n. 3; iv. 39.
RELIGIOUS ORDERS. See MONASTERY.
_Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Journey to the Hebrides_, ii. 308, n. 1.
_Remarks on Johnson's Life of Milton_, i. 231, n. 2.
_Remarks on the characters of the Court of Queen Anne_, iv. 333, n. 5.
_Remarks on the Militia Bill_, i. 307.
REMBRANDT, iii. 161.
REMEDIES, prescribing, ii. 260.
_Remembering_, distinguished from _recollecting_, iv. 126.
_Remonstrance, The_, ii. 113.
_Renegade_ defined, i. 296.
RENTS, carried to a distance, iii. 177;
how they should be fixed, v. 293:
paid in kind, iv. 18; v. 254, n. 2.
See LANDLORDS.
REPENTANCE in dying, iv. 212.
_Republic of Letters_, v. 80, n. 4.
REPUBLICS, respect for authority wanting, ii. 153.
_Republics_. See _Respublicae Elzevirianae_.
REPUTATION injured by spurious publications, ii. 433.
RESENTMENT, iii. 39; iv. 367.
RESOLUTIONS, rarely efficacious, ii. 113, 360.
RESPECT, not to be paid to an adversary, ii. 442; v. 29.
_Respectable_, iii. 241, n. 2.
_Respublica Hungarica_, ii. 7.
_Respublicae Elzevirianae_, ii. 7, n. 2; iii. 52.
REST, man never at rest, iii. 252.
RESTORATION, ii. 369, 370; v. 406.
RESTRAINT, need of, iii. 53.
RESURRECTION OF THE BODY, iv. 93, 95.
_Retirement_, ii. 133, n. 1.
RETIREMENT, from the world, v. 62; its vices, ib., n. 5.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS, ii. 337; iii. 176, n. 1.
RETREAT, cheap, few places left, ii. 124.
_Retreat of the Ten Thousand_, iv. 32.
REVELATION, attacks on it excite anger, iii. 11.
_Revelation, Book of_, ii. 163.
REVERENCE, for government impaired, iii. 3;
general relaxation of it, iii. 262.
REVIEWS AND REVIEWERS, acknowledgments to them improper, iv. 57;
defiance, to be set at, v. 274;
_Monthly_ and _Critical_ impartial, iii. 32;
attack each other, ib., n. 2;
payment for articles, iv. 214;
well-written, iii. 44.
See _Critical_ and _Monthly Reviews_.
_Revisal of Shakespeare's Text_, i. 263, n. 3.
_Revolution_, defined, i. 295, n. 1.
REVOLUTION OF 1688,
could not be avoided, ii. 341; iii. 3; iv. 170, 171, n. 1;
_Lilliburlero_, ii. 347;
reverence for government impaired by it, iii. 3; iv. 165; v. 202;
writing against it got Shebbeare the pillory
and a pension, ii. 112, n. 3.
REVOLUTION SOCIETY, the, iv. 40.
REVOLUTIONS, 'Happy revolutions,' ii. 224.
REWLEY ABBEY, i. 273.
REYNOLDS, Miss, Barnard's verses on Johnson, iv. 431-3;
coolness with her brother, i. 486, n. 1;
irresolution, her, i. 486, n. 1;
Johnson's affection for her, i. 486, n. 1;
bequest to her, iv. 402, n. 2;
and the Cotterells, i. 246, n. 2;
dress and study, i. 328, n. 1;
and Garagantua, iii. 256;
and Hannah More, iii. 293; iv. 341, n. 6;
letters to her, i. 486, n. 1;
portrait, ii. 362, n. 1; iv. 229, n. 4, 421, n. 2;
miniatures, paints, i. 326;
oil-painting, ib., n. 7; iv. 229, n. 4;
Montagu, Mrs., paints, iii. 244;
politician, no, ii. 317, n. 2;
purity of mind, i. 486, n. 1; ii. 362, n. 1;
mentioned, iii. 82, 215, 319-20, 390, 434.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua, Abington's, Mrs., benefit, ii. 324;
abused in a newspaper, iv. 29;
Academy, influence in the, iv. 219, n. 4;
amusement is the great end of all employments, ii. 234;
a key to character, iv. 316;
associates with men of all principles, iii. 375;
Baretti's ignorance, gives an instance of, v. 121, n. 4;
is a witness at his trial, ii. 97, n. 1;
Barry quarrels with him, iv. 436, 438;
Beattie, portrait of, v. 90, n. 1; v. 273, n. 4;
books, judgments on, iii. 320;
Boswell, bequest to, i. 11, n. 1;
first acquaintance with, i. 417, n. 1;
gives Johnson's portrait to, i. 392;
letter from, iv. 259, n. 2;
_Life of Johnson_, has a leaf cancelled in, ii. 2, n. 1;
portrait, paints, i. 2, n. 2;
visits, when ill, iii. 391;
Burke's echo, ii. 222, n. 4;
and Johnson on Bacon's Essays, iii. 194, n. 1;
too much under, iii. 261;
wit, v. 32, n. 3;
Cambridge, Mr., dines with, ii. 361;
Camden's, Lord, portrait, ii. 353, n. 2;
_Cecilia_, iv. 223, n. 5;
character drawn by Burke, i. 245, n. 3; v. 102, n. 3;
colouring in conversation, iv. 183;
conversation, his, i. 246;
critics mostly pretenders, ii. 191, n. 1;
Cumberland, dislikes, iv. 384, n. 2;
'Dear Knight of Plympton,' iv. 432;
death, i. 10;
delicacy as regards Pope's note on Johnson, i. 143;
delicate observer of manners, ii. 109; Devonshire, visits, i. 377;
dinners at his house,
gathering of literary men, iii. 65, 250, 317, 337, 381;
iv. 78, 332, 337;
Northcote's description of them, iii. 375, n. 2; iv. 312, n. 3;
Discourses on Painting,
Empress of Russia's testimony of a snuffbox, iii. 370;
first volume published, in. 369;
Johnson described in them, i. 245, n. 3;
his dedication, ii. 2, n. 1;
mentioned in an unfinished _Discourse_, iii. 369, n. 3;
praises them, iv. 320;
Rogers, Samuel, present at the last, iii. 369, n. 2;
translated into Italian, iii. 96;
Dyer, Samuel, portrait of, ii. 453, n. 2;
emigration, iii. 232;
eminence, the cause of, ii. 437, n. 2;
Errol, Lord, portrait of, v. 102;
Essex Head Club, declines to join the, iv. 254, 436;
describes it, iv. 438;
Eumelian Club, member of the, iv. 394, n. 4;
Fox's praise of _The Traveller,_, mentions, iii. 252, 261;
too much under, iii. 261;
'furious purposes, his,' iv. 366;
Garrick and the Literary Club, i. 480;
tea, iii. 264, n. 4;
Garrick, Mrs., dines with, iv. 96-9;
genius, account of, ii. 437, n. 2;
Goldsmith's company, likes, ii. 235;
criticised at his table, ii. 28l, n. 1;
debts, ii. 280;
dedicates the _Deserted Village_ to him, ii. 1, n. 2, 217, n. 5;
epitaph, loses the copy of, iii. 82;
fable of the little fishes, ii. 231;
monument, chooses the spot for, iii. 83, n. 2;
rebuked by, v. 273, n, 4;
_She Sloops to Conquer_, suggests a name for, ii. 205, n. 4;
to Walpole, introduces, iv. 314, n. 3;
Hawkesworth's character, i. 253, n. 1;
Hawkins's character, i. 28, n. 1;
hospitality, his, i. 1;
Humphry, the painter, assists, iv. 269, n. 2;
_Idler_, contributes to the, i. 330;
illness in 1764, i. 486;
imaginary praise of him, iv. 18;
inoffensiveness, v. 102, n. 3;
invulnerability, i. 2; v. 102;
Italy, returns from, i. 165, 242, n. 6;
Johnson, admiration for, i. 245;
admiration of Burke, ii. 450;
altercation with Dean Barnard, iv. 431;
apologises for his rudeness, iii. 329;
arguing, ii. 100, n. 1;
'flew upon an argument,' ii. 365;
belabours his confessor, iv. 281;
bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
checked immorality in talk, iv. 295, n. 3;
in a company of booksellers, iii. 311;
conversation, i. 204; iv. 184-5;
convulsive starts, i. 144;
cups of tea, i. 313, n. 3;
desire for reconciliation, ii. 100, n. 1, 109;
_Dictionary_, cited in, iv. 4. n. 3;
_dulce decus_, i. 244;
dying requests, iv. 413;
executor, iv. 402, n. 2;
feared by a nobleman, iv. 116, n. 2;
feelings towards foreigners, iv. 169, n. 1;
fond of discrimination, ii. 306;
overcharges characters, iii. 332;
French, ii. 404;
friendship with, i. 2, 242, n. 6, 244, 246; iv. 367;
in 1764 almost - only friend, i. 486;
friendship for Taylor, iii. 180;
on friendship, i. 300;
funeral, iv. 419, n. 1;
garret, i. 328, n. 1;
gestures, v. 18;
interview with George III, ii. 34, n. i, 41;
intoxicated, i. 379, n. 2;
introduces Crabbe to, iv. 175, n. 2;
letters to him: See JOHNSON, letters;
letter to Thurlow, copies, iv. 349. n. 2, 368;
lines in _The Traveller_, ii. 6, n. 3;
making himself agreeable to ladies, iv. 73;
as a member of parliament, ii. 138;
mind ready for use, ii. 365, n. 1;
mode of covering his ignorance, v. 124, n. 4;
monument, iv. 423, n. 1;
inscription, ib., n. 2, 445;
never wrote a line a saint would blot, iv. 295, n. 3;
his obligation to, i. 245, n. 3;
on painting, i. 128, n. 2;
pension, i. 374;
proposed addition to it, iv. 327-8, 336-9, 348, 367-8;
pride, no meanness in it, iv. 429, n. 3;
proud of Reynolds's approbation, iv. 368;
portraits: See under JOHNSON;
prejudice against foreigners, iv. 15, n. 3;
prejudices and obstinacy, i. 293, n. 1;
pride, iii. 345, n. 1;
quarrel with Dr. Warton, ii. 41, n. 1;
_Rambler_, origin of the name, i. 202;
readiness for a reconciliation, ii. 100, n, 1, 256, n. 1;
'rough as winter, mild as summer,' iv. 396, n. 3;
rudeness partly due to his truthfulness, iv. 221, n. 2;
and Savage in St. James's Square, i. 164;
'school,' one of, i. 7, n. 1, 245, n. 3; iii. 230,261, n. 1, 369;
influenced his writings, i. 222;
qualified his mind to think, iii. 369, n. 3;
'Reynolds's oracle,' i. 245, n. 3;
_Shakespeare_, i. 319, n. 4;
talking to a 'blackguard boy,' iv. 184;
and Thrale's copper, i. 363, n. 3;
_Tracts_, his copy of, ii. 315, n. 2;
trip to Devonshire with, i. 377; iv. 322;
truth sacred to, ii. 433, n. 1;
unsuspicious of hypocrisy, i. 418, n. 3; iii. 444;
vocation to public life, iv. 359;
watch over himself, iv. 396, n. 3;
writings, 'won't read,' ii. 317, n. 2;
_Johnsoniana_, his, iv. 182;
_Journey to Flanders_, iv. 423, n. 2;
knighted, i. 103, n. 3;
Leicester Fields, house in, ii. 384;
liberality, iv. 133;
literary characters, a nobleman's terror of, i. 450, n. 1;
Literary Club, founder of the, i. 477;
attendance at it, ii. 17; iii. 128, n. 4, 230, n. 5;
London, loves, iii. 178, n. 1;
Lowe, the painter, iv. 202, n. 1;
_Macbeth_, note on, v. 129;
Malone one of his executors, iv. 133;
_Shakespeare_, praises, v. 129, n. 1;
matrimonial wishes about him, iv. 161, n. 5;
militia camps, visits the, iii. 365;
modesty, unaffected, iv. 133;
Monckton's, Miss, at, iv. 108, n. 4;
Montagu's, Mrs., _Essay_, likes, ii. 88-9; v. 245;
Morris, Miss, picture of, iv. 417, n. 3;
Moser, Keeper of the Academy, eulogium on, iv. 227, n. 4;
_Muddy_, ii. 362, n. 3;
Mudge, Rev. Mr., influenced by the, i. 378, n. 3;
_Sermons_, praises, iv. 98;
obligations, the relief from, i. 246;
observant in passing through life, iv. 6;
Oxford degree of D.C.L., v. 90, n. 1;
painter to the King, iv. 366, n. 2, 368, n. 3;
paralytic attack, iv. 161, n. 5;
Parr's defence of Johnson, iv. 422;
persuaded, easily, v. 286;
pictures, runs to, ii. 365;
placidity, i. 1;
planet, always under some, iii. 261;
players, defends, ii. 234-5;
Pope's hand, touches, i. 377, n. 1;
portrait of himself holding his ear in his hand, iii. 273, n. 1;
at Streatham, iv. 158, n. 1;
price of portraits and income, i. 326, 363, 370, 382;
professor in the imaginary college, v. 109;
prosperity, not to be spoilt by, v. 102, n. 3;
Reviews, wonders to find so much good writing in the, iii. 44;
Richardson's talk, iv. 28;
'rival, without a,' i. 363;
round of pleasures, in a, ii. 274, n. 3;
Round Robin, signs the, iii. 83;
carries it to Johnson, iii. 84;
Royal Academy, intends to resign the presidency of the, iv. 366, n. 2;
same all the year round, iii. 5, 192;
_Savage, The Life of_, reads, i. 165, 245;
Shelburne, Lord, portrait of, iv. 174, n. 5;
Siddons, Mrs., portrait of, iv. 242, n. 2;
sister, dislikes the paintings by his, i. 326, n. 7; iv. 229, n. 4;
Smith's, Adam, talk, iv. 24, n. 2;
St. Paul's, proposes monuments in, iv. 423, n. 2;
Streatham library, pictures by him in, iv. 158, n. 1;
Suard visits him, iv. 20, n. 1;
Sunday painting, iv. 414;
taste, taking the altitude of a man's, iv. 316;
how acquired, ii. 191, n. 1;
Thurlow, letter from, iv. 350, n. 1;
titles, in addressing people did not use, i. 245, n. 3;
truthfulness of his stories, ii. 433, n. 2;
understanding, judging a man's, iv. 316;
Vanburgh, defends, iv. 55;
Vesey's, Mr., at, iii. 425;
virtue in itself preferable to vice, iii. 342, 349;
Voltaire, supposed attack on, v. 273, n. 4;
weather, ridicules the influence of, i. 332, n. 2;
wine, defends the use of, iii. 41;
his fondness for it, ii. 292; iii. 329-30;
reproached by Johnson with being far gone, iii. 329;
mentioned, ii. 82, 83, n. 2, 232, 265, n. 4, 347; iii. 43, 301,
305, 386, 390, 434; iv. 1, n. 1, 32, 76, 84, 88, 159, 178,
219, n. 3, 224, n. 2, 334, 341, 344, 355, n. 4; v. 215.
_Rhedi de generations insectarum_, iii. 229, n. 4.
RHEES, David ap, _Welsh Grammar_, v. 443.
RHEUMATISM, medicine for it, ii. 361.
_Rhodochia_, i. 223.
RHONE, iv. 277.
RHOPALIC VERSES, v. 269, n. 3.
RHYME, essential to English poetry, iii. 257.



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