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- _The Works of Thomas Gray_, ed. by the Rev. John Mitford. London,
1858, vol. iii, p. 250.



INDEX TO THE ADDENDA.

ABERCROMBIE, James, lxii, lxvi.
ADDENBROKE, Dean, xxxiv.
ATLAS, the race-horse, lxix, lxx.

BARCLAY'S Answer to Kenrick's Review of Johnson's Shakespeare, xlviii.
BARETTI, Joseph, lvii.
BASKETT, Mr., xxxii.
BATHURST, Dr., Proposal for a _Geographical Dictionary_, xxi.
BAXTER, Richard, on toleration, xlix;
his doubt, liv;
rule of preaching, lx;
on the possible salvation of a suicide, lx;
on the portion of babies who die unbaptized, lxi.
BERKELEY, Dr., xlix.
BERKELEY, George Monck, lxv.
_Big_, lxix.
BOSWELL, James, Bishop Percy's Communications, lvii;
Johnson in his last illness, and to publish 'praises' of him, lxiii;
_Lurgan Clanbrassil_, li;
projected works, lxvii;
_Remarks on the
profession of a player_, lxi;
visit to Rousseau and Voltaire, xlvi.
BROWNE, Sir Thomas, lviii.
BROWNING, Mr. Robert, lii.
BURKE, Edmund, lxii.

CAMDEN, Lord, xlix.
CAMPBELL, Archibald, lxix.
'CAUTION' money, xxxii.
CLARENDON, Edward, Earl of, l.
CLARENDON PRESS, xxxii.
CLOUGH, Sir Richard, lxx.
COCOA TREE CLUB, lxix.
CROUSAZ, Jean Pierre de, lxvi.

DAVENPORT, William, xxxv.
DAVIES, Rev. J. Hamilton, xlix, liv, lx, lxi.
DODSLEY, Robert, xxvi.
_Don Belianis_, xli.

ENGLAND barren in good historians, xlix.
ENGLISH pulpit eloquence, lvii.
EVANS, Evan, lxxi.
EYRE, Mr., xxxii.

_Farm and its Inhabitants_, xlii, liii.
_Felixmarte of Hircania_, xli.
FLOYER, Sir John, lxii.
FOUNDLING HOSPITAL, l.
FRANKING LETTERS, xxxvii.
FREDERICK II. OF PRUSSIA, xlvi.

FRENCH WRITERS, their superficiality, xlvii.
FULLER, Thomas, _Life_, lxiv.

GARRICK, David, xli, xlv, lxi.
GIBBON, Edward, xlvii, lvii, lxvi, lxviii, lxix.
GOUGH, Richard, xxxiv.
GRAY, Thomas, lxxi.
GREGORY FAMILY, lxiv.

HARINGTON'S _Nugae Antiqua_, xxxv.
HAZLITT, William, lxi.
_History of the Marchioness de Pompadour_, xxix.
HOLCROFT, Thomas, lxx.
HUME, David, xlv.

'IT has not wit enough to keep it sweet,' lxiv.

JOHNSON, Michael, xl.
JOHNSON, Mr., a bookseller, xxix.
JOHNSON, Mrs., xliii.
JOHNSON, Samuel, advantages of having a profession or business, lviii;
advice about studying, xxxii;
anonymous publications, xxix;
application for the mastership of Solihull School, xliv;
citation of living authors in the Dictionary, lviii;
critics of three classes, xlv;
difference with Baretti, lvii;
discussion on baptism with Mr. Lloyd, liii;
knowledge of Italian, xliv;
Letters to William Strahan:
Apology about some work that was passing through the press, xxv;
apprenticing a lad to Mr. Strahan, and a presentation to the Blue
Coat School, xxxv;
Bathurst's projected _Geographical Dictionary_, xxi;
cancel in the _Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland_, xxxiii;
'copy' and a book by Professor Watson, xxxvii;
George Strahan's election to a scholarship, xxx;
Miss Williams, taxes due, and a journey, xxvii;
printing the _Dictionary_, xxv-xxviii;
_Rasselas_, xxviii;
Suppressions in _Taxation no Tyranny_, xxxvi;
letter to Dr. Taylor, xxxviii;
portraits, lxiv;
public interest in him, xlviii;
romantic virtue, xlviii;
transformation of an actor, lxi;
trips to the country, lviii; unpublished sermons, lxvi;
use of the word _big_, lxix.
JONES, Sir William, xxxi.

KENRICK, Dr. William xlviii.

LANGLEY, Rev. W., xxxv.
LETTSOM Dr., lvi
LICHFIELD, Cathedral, xxxiv;
City, and County, xl;
described by C. P. Moritz, liv.
LLOYD, Olivia, xlii.
LLOYD, Sampson, xlii, liii.
LOCKE, John, 1.
LONDON PAVEMENT, lxvii.
LORT, Dr., lxviii.

MASON, Rev. William, xxxix.
MAUD, Rev. Mr., lv.
MILLAR, Andrew, xxv, xxviii.
MITCHELL, Andrew, xlvi.
MORITZ, C. P., _Travels in England in_ 1782, liv, lv.
MORRISON'S, Mr. Alfred, _Collection of Autographs_, xxxviii, li.

NEWTON, Bishop Thomas, xxxiv.

OXFORD
The proposed Riding School, l;
in 1782, lv;
University College, xxx.

_Palmerin of England_, xli.
PARR, Dr., lix.
PERCY, Bishop, xlviii, lvii.
PIOZZI'S, Mrs., 'Collection of Johnson's Letters,' xlviii.
PLANTA, Joseph, 1.
PORTEOUS, Captain, xxvii.
PORTER, Henry, xliii.
PRETENDER, Young, lxviii.
PRIESTLEY, Dr. Joseph, lvi.

_Rambler_, reported Russian version, lxiii.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua, lx.
ROBERTSON, Dr. William, xxxvii.
ROUSSEAU, J. J., xlvi.
ROUTH, Dr., lix.
RUDD, Mrs., lii.

SCOTCH Nationality, xlix.
SHAKESPEARE'S Popularity, lxviii.
SHAW, Rev. Mr., xxxvii.
SHEPHERD, Mr. R. H., xlv.
SIMPSON, Rev. W. Sparrow, xxxiv.
SMART, Christopher, lii.
_Solamen miseris socios habuisse doloris_, lix.
ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY, lxv.
STEWART, Francis, xxvi.
STRAHAN, George, xxx.
STRAHAN, William, xxi, xxvi, xxxii, xxxiii, xxxvi, xxxviii.
SYNOD OF COOKS, xlvii.

TAYLOR, Dr. John, xxxviii.
TAYLOR, John, of Birmingham, xlii.
THRALE, Henry, xxxviii.
TILLOTSON, Archbishop, lxvi.

'UNITARIAN,' l.

VACHELL, William, lvi.
VOLTAIRE, xlvi, lxviii.

_Walfords Antiquarian_, xlv.

WATSON, Rev. Professor, xxxvii.
WHITEHEAD, William, xxxix.
WILKES, John, xlv.
WILLIAMS, Miss, xxvii.




INDEX



A.

ABBREVIATING NAMES, Johnson's habit of, ii. 258, n. 1.
ABEL DRUGGER, iii. 35.
ABERCROMBIE, James, ii. 206, 241, n. 3.
ABERDEEN, second Earl of, v. 130.
ABERNETHY, Dr., iv. 272, n. 4.
ABERNETHY, Rev. John, v. 68.
ABINGDON, fourth Earl of, iii. 435, n. 4.
ABINGTON, Mrs., her jelly, ii. 349;
Johnson at her benefit, ii. 321, 324, 330;
She Stoops to Conquer, ii. 208, n. 5.
ABJURATION, oath of, ii. 321, n. 4.
ABNEY, Sir Thomas, i. 493, n. 3.
ABREU, Marquis of, i. 353.
ABRIDGMENTS, defended by Johnson, i. 140, n. 5; iv. 381, n. 1;
like a cow's calf, v. 72.
ABROAD, advice to people going, iv. 332.
ABRUPTNESS, i. 403.
ABSOLUTE PRINCES, ii. 370.
ABSTEMIOUS, Johnson, _not temperate_, i. 468.
ABSURDITIES, delineating, iv. 17.
ABUD, - - , v. 253, n. 3.
ABUSE, coarse and refined, iv. 297.
_Abyssinia, A Voyage to_, i. 86.
_Academia delta Crusca_, i. 298, 443.
_Academy_, Mr. Doble's notes on the authorship of _The Whole Duty of Man_,
ii. 239, n. 4.
_Accommodate_, v. 310, n. 3.
_Account of an Attempt to ascertain the Longitude_, i. 274, n. 2, 301,
303, n. 1; ii. 125, n. 4.
_Account of the late Revolution in Sweden_, iii. 284.
_Account of Scotland in 1702_, iii. 242.
ACCOUNT-KEEPING, iv. 177.
ACCURACY, requires immediate record, ii. 217, n. 4;
and vigilance, iv. 361;
needful in delineating absurdities, iv. 17;
Johnson's sayings not accurately reported, ii. 333.
See BOSWELL, authenticity.
ACHAM, v. 454, n. 2.
ACHILLES, shield of, iv. 33.
_Acid_, ii. 362.
_Acis and Galatea_, iii. 242, n. 2.
ACQUAINTANCE, should be varied, iv. 176;
making new, iv. 374.
ACTING, iv. 243-4; v. 38.
ACTION IN SPEAKING, ridiculed, i. 334;
useful only in addressing brutes, ii. 211.
ACTORS. See PLAYERS.
_Ad Lauram parituram Epigramma_, i. 157.
_Ad Ricardum Savage_, i. 162, n. 3.
_Ad Urbanum_, i. 113.
ADAM, Robert, _Works in Architecture_, iii. 161.
ADAMITES, ii. 251.
ADAMS, George, _Treatise on the Globes_, ii. 44.
ADAMS, John, the American envoy, ii. 40, n. 4.
ADAMS, Rev. William, D.D., Boswell, letter to, i. 8;
everlasting punishment, on, iv. 299;
Hume, answers, i. 8, n. 2; ii. 441; iv. 377, n. a;
dines with him, ii. 441;
Johnson awed by him, i. 74;
and Boswell visit him in 1776, ii. 441;
in June, 1784, iv. 285;
well-treated, iv. 311;
and Chesterfield, i. 265-6;
and Dr. Clarke, iv. 416, n. 2;
_Dictionary_, i. 186;
hypochondria, i. 483;
last visit, iv. 376;
nominal tutor, i. 79;
_Prayers and Meditations_, iv. 376, n. 4;
projected book of family prayers, 293;
and Dr. Price, iv. 434;
projected _Bibliotheque_, i. 284;
projected _Life of Alfred_, i. 177;
undergraduate days, i. 26, n. l, 57, 59, 73; ii. 441;
will, not mentioned, in, iv. 402, n. 2;
Master of Pembroke College, v. 455, n. 2;
rector of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, v. 455;
mentioned, i. 133, 134; v. 122, n. 2.
ADAMS, Mrs., iv. 285, 300.
ADAMS, Miss, defends women against Johnson, iv. 291;
describes him in letters, iv. 151, n. 2, 305, n. 1;
his death, iv. 376, n. 2;
his gallantry, iv. 292;
mentioned, iv. 285.
ADAMS, William, founder of Newport School, i. 132, n, 1.
ADAMS, the brothers, the architects, ii. 325.
ADBASTON, i. 132, n. 1.
ADDISON, Bonn's edition, iv. 190, n. 1;
borrows out of modesty, v. 92, n. 4;
Boswell's projected work, i. 225, n. 2;
Budgell's papers in the _Spectator_, iii. 46;
_Epilogue to The Distressed Mother_, ib.;
_Cato_, Dennis criticises it, iii. 40, n. 2;
Johnson, i. 199, n. 2;
Parson Adams praises it, i. 491, n. 3;
Prologue, i. 30, n. 2;
eight quotations added to the language, i. 199, n. 2;
quotations from it, 'Honour's a sacred tie,' v. 82;
'Indifferent in his choice,' iii. 68, n. 1;
The Numidian's luxury, iii. 282;
'obscurely good,' iv. 138, n. 1;
'Painful pre-eminence,' iii. 82, n. 2;
'the Romans call it Stoicism,' i. 333;
'Smothered in the dusty whirlwind,' v. 291;
'This must end 'em,' ii. 54, n. 2;
Christian religion, defence of the, v. 89, '2. 7;
conversation, ii. 256; iii. 339;
death of a piece with a man's life, v. 397, n. 1;
death-bed described by H. Walpole, v. 269, n. 2;
dedication of _Rosamond_, v. 376, n. 3;
encouraged a man in his absurdity, v. 243;
English historians, ii. 236, n. 2;
familiar day, his, iv. 91, n. 1;
_Freeholder_, i. 344, n. 4; ii. 61, n. 4, 319, n. 1;
Freeport, Sir Andrew, ii. 212; v. 328;
French learning, v. 310;
general knowledge in his time rare, iv. 217, n. 4;
ghosts, iv. 95;
Italian learning, ii. 346; v. 310;
Johnson praises him, i. 425;
judgment of the public, i. 200, n. 2;
Latin verses, i. 61, n. 1;
Leandro Alberti, ii. 346;
_Life_ by Johnson, iv. 52-4;
'mixed wit,' i. 179, n. 3;
Newton on space, v. 287, n. 1;
'nine-pence in ready money,' ii. 256;
_notanda_, i. 204;
party-lying, ii. 188, n. 2;
Pope's lines on him, ii. 85;
_procerity_, i. 308;
prose, iv. 5, n. 2;
_Remarks on Italy_, ii. 346; v. 310;
Socrates, projected tragedy on, v. 89, n. 7;
_Spectator_, his half of the, iii. 33;
dexterity rewarded by a king, iii. 231;
knotting, iii. 242, n. 3;
pamphleteer, iii. 319, n. 1;
portrait of a clergyman, iv. 76;
preacher in a country town, iv. 185, n. 1;
Sir Roger de Coverley's incipient madness, i. 63, n. 2; ii. 371;
death, ii. 370;
story of the widow, ii. 371;
Thames ribaldry, iv. 26;
_The Old Man's Wish_ sung to him, iv. 19, n. 1;
_Stavo bene_ &c., ii. 346;
Steele, loan to, iv. 52, 91;
style, i. 224, 225, n. 1;
Swift, compared with, v. 44;
wine, love of, i. 359; iii. 155; iv. 53, 398: v. 269, n. 2;
warm with wine when he wrote _Spectators_, iv. 91.
_Address of the Painters to George III_, i. 352.
_Address to the Throne_, i. 321.
ADDRESSES TO THE CROWN IN 1784, i. 311; iv. 265.
ADELPHI, built by the Adams, ii. 325, n, 3;
Beauclerk's 'box,' ii. 378, n. 1; iv. 99;
Boswell and Johnson at the rails, iv. 99;
Garrick's house, iv. 96.
ADEY, Miss, i. 38, 466; iii. 412; iv. 142.
ADEY, Mrs., ii. 388; iii. 393.
ADMIRATION, ii. 360.
ADOPTION, ancient mode of, i. 254.
_Adriani morientis ad animam suam_, iii. 420, n. 2.
ADULTERY, comparative guilt of a husband and wife, ii. 56; iii. 406;
confusion of property caused by it, ii. 55.
ADVENT-SUNDAY, ii. 288.
_Adventurer_, started by Hawkesworth, i. 234;
contributors, i. 252, n. 2, 253-4; v. 238;
Johnson's contributions, i. 252-5;
his love of London, i. 320;
papers marked T., i. 207.
_Adventures of a Guinea_, v. 275.
_Adversaria_, Johnson's, i. 205.
ADVERSARIES. See ANTAGONISTS.
_Advice to the Grub-Street Verse-Writers_, i. 143, n. 1.
ADVISERS, the common deficiency of, iii. 363.
_àgri Ephemeris_, iv. 381.
AESCHYLUS, Darius's shade, iv. 16, n. 2;
Potter's translation, iii. 256.
_àsop at Play_, iii. 191.
AFFAIRS, managing one's, iv. 87.
AFFECTATION, distress, of, iv. 71;
dying, in, v. 397;
familiarity with the great, of, iv. 62;
rant of a parent, iii. 149;
silence and talkativeness, iii. 261;
studied behaviour, i. 470;
bursts of admiration, iv. 27.
See SINGULARITY.
AFFECTION, descends, iii. 390;
natural, ii. 101; iv. 210;
AGAMEMNON, v. 79, 82, n. 4.
AGAR, Welbore Ellis, iii. 118, n. 3.
AGE, old. See OLD AGE.
AGE, present, better than previous ones, ii. 341, n. 3;
except in reverence for government, iii. 3;
and authority, iii. 262;
not worse, iv. 288;
querulous declamations against, iii. 226.
_Agis_, Home's, v. 204, n. 6.
_Agriculture, Memoirs of_, by R. Dossie, iv. 11.
AGUTTER, Rev. William, iv. 286, n. 3, 298, n. 2, 422.
AIKIN, Miss. See BARBAULD, Mrs.
AIR, new kinds of, iv. 237.
AIR-BATH, iii. 168.
AJACCIO, i. 119, n. 1.
AKENSIDE, Mark, M.D., Gray and Mason, superior to, iii. 32;
_Life_, by Johnson, iv. 56;
medicine, defence of, iii. 22, n, 4;
_Odes_, ii. 164;
_Pleasures of the Imagination_, i. 359; ii. 164;
Rolt's impudent claim, i. 359;
Townshend, friendship with, iii. 3.
AKERMAN, - , Keeper of Newgate, Boswell's esteemed friend, iii. 431;
courage at the Gordon riots, and at an earlier fire, ib.;
praised by Burke and Johnson, iii. 433;
profits of his office, iii. 431, n 1.
mentioned, iii. 145.
ALBEMARLE, Lord, _Memoirs of Rockingham_, iii. 460; v. 113, n. 1.
ALBERTI, LEANDRO, ii. 346; v. 310
_Albin and the Daughter of Mey_, v. 171.
ALCHYMY, ii. 376.
_Alciat's Emblems_, ii. 290. n. 4.
ALCIBIADES, his dog, iii. 231;
alluded to by William Scott, iii. 267.
ALDRICH, Dean, ii. 187, n. 3.
ALDRICH, Rev. S., i. 407, n. 3.
ALEPPO, iii. 369; iv. 22.
ALEXANDER THE GREAT, i. 250; ii. 194; iv. 274.
_Alexandreis_, iv. 181, n. 3.
ALFRED, _Life_, i. 177;
will, iv. 133, n. 2.
_Alias_, iv. 217.
ALKERINGTON, iv. 335, n. 1.
_All for Love_, iv. 114, n. 1.
ALLEN, Edmund, the printer, dinner at his house, i. 470;
Dodd, kindness to, iii. 141, 145;
Johnson's birth-day dinners, at, iii. 157, n. 3; iv. 135, n. 1,
239, n. 2;
imitated, iii. 269-270; iv. 92;
landlord and friend, iii. 141, 269;
letter from, iv. 228;
loan to, i. 5l2, n. 1;
pretended brother, exposes, v. 295;
grieves at his death, iv. 354, 360, 366, 369, 379.
_Marshall's Minutes of Agriculture_, iii. 313;
Smart's contract with Gardner, ii. 345;
mentioned, iii. 380.
ALLEN, Ralph, account of him, v. 80, n. 5;
Warburton married his niece, ii. 37, n. 1.
ALLEN, H., of Magdalen Hall, i. 336.
ALLEN, - - , i. 36, n. 2.
ALLESTREE, Richard, ii. 239, n. 4.
ALMACK'S, iii. 23, n. 1.
ALMANAC, history no better than an, ii. 366.
ALMON'S _Memoirs of John Wilkes_, i. 349, n. 1.
_Almost nothing_, ii. 446, n. 3; iii. 154, n. 1.
ALMS-GIVING, Fielding, condemned by, ii. 119, n. 4, 212, n. 2;
Johnson's practice, ii. 119; _ib. n._ 4;
money generally wasted, iv. 3;
better laid out in luxury, iii. 56;
Whigs, condemned by true, ii, 212.
ALNWICK CASTLE, Johnson, visited by, iii. 272, n. 3;
Pennant, described by, iii. 272-3;
mentioned, iv. 117, n. 1.
ALONSO THE WISE, ii. 238, n. 1.
ALTHORP, Lord (second Earl Spencer), iii. 424.
ALTHORP, Lord (third Earl Spencer), iii. 424, n. 4.
AMBASSADOR, a foreign, iii. 410;
Wotton's, Sir H., definition, ii. 170, n. 3.
AMBITION, iii. 39.
_Amelia. See_ FIELDING.
AMENDMENTS OF A SENTENCE, iv. 38.
AMERICA; Beresford, Mrs., an American lady, iv. 283;
Boston Port Bill, ii. 294, n. 1;
Burgoyne's surrender, iii. 355, n. 3;
Carolina library, i. 309, n. 2;
Chesapeak, iv. 140, n. 2.
City address to the King in 1781, iv. 139, n. 4;
Clinton, Sir Henry, iv. 140, n. 2;
Concord, iii. 314, n. 6;
Congress, ii. 312, 409, 479;
Constitutional Society, subscription raised by the, iii. 314, n. 6;
Convict settlements, ii. 312, n. 3;
Cornwallis's capitulation, iii. 355, n. 3; iv. 140, n. 2;
discovery of, i. 455, n. 3; ii. 479;
dominion lost, iv. 260, n. 2;
emigration to it an immersion in barbarism, v. 78:
See Emigration, and Scotland, emigration;
English opposition to the American war, iv. 81;
France, assistance from, iv. 21;
Franklin's letter to W. Strahan, iii. 364, n. 1:
See Dr. Franklin;
Georgia, i. 90, n. 3, 127, n. 4; v. 299;
Hume's opinion of the war, iii. 46, n. 5; iv. 194, n. 1;
independence, chimerical, i. 309, n. 2;
influence on mankind, i. 309, n. 2;
Irish Protestants well-wishers to the rebellion, iii. 408, n. 4;
Johnson 'avoids the rebellious land,' iii. 435, n. 4;
feelings towards the Americans, ii. 478-480; iii. 200-1; iv. 283;
calls them a 'race of convicts,' ii. 312;
'wild rant,' ii. 315, n. 1; iii. 290;
abuse, 315;
parody of _Burke on American taxation_, iv. 318;
_Patriot_, ii. 286;
relicks of, in America, ii. 207;
_Taxation no Tyranny_, ii. 312;
Lee, Arthur, agent in England, iii. 68, n. 3;
Lexington, iii. 314, n. 6;
libels in 1784, i. 116, n. 1;
life in the wilds, ii. 228;
literature gaining ground, i. 309, n. 2;
Loudoun, Lord, General in America, v. 372, n. 3;
Mansfield, Lord, approves of burning their houses, iii. 429, n. 1;
Markham's, Archbishop, sermon, v. 36, n. 3;
money sent to the English army, iv. 104;
New England, iv. 358, n. 2; v. 317;
North's, Lord, conciliatory propositions, iii. 221;
objects for observation, i. 367;
peace, negotiations of, iv. 158, n. 4;
preliminary treaty of, iv. 282, n. 1;
Pennsylvania, ii. 207, n. 2;
Philadelphia, i. 309, n. 2; iii. 364, n. 1; iv. 212, n. 1;
planters, ii. 27;
population, growth of, ii. 314;
_Rasselas_, reprint of, ii. 207;
Saratoga, iii. 355, n. 3;
slavery, England guilty of, ii. 479;
Susquehannah, v. 317;
taxation by England, ii. 312; iii. 205-7, 221; iv. 259, n. 1;
Virginia, ii. 27, n. 1; 479;
war with America popular in Scotland, iv. 259, n. 1;
war with the French in 1756-7, i. 308, n. 2; ii. 479; iii. 9, n. 1;
Walpole, Horace, on the slaveholders, iii. 200, n. 4;
Wesley's _Calm Address_, v. 35, n. 3;
York Town, iv. 140, n. 2.
AMHERST, Lord, iii. 374, n. 3.
AMIENS, ii. 402, n. 2.
AMORY, Dr. Thomas, iii. 174, n. 3.
AMUSEMENTS,
key to character, iv. 316;
public, keep people from vice, ii. 169.
AMWELL, ii. 338.
AMYAT, Dr., i. 377, n. 2.
_Ana_, v. 311, n. 2, 414.
ANACREON,
Baxter's edition, iv. 163, 241, 265; v. 376;
mentioned, ii. 202.
ANAITIS, the Goddess, v. 218, 220, 224.
_Anatomy of Melancholy_, ii. 121.
ANCESTRY, ii. 153, 261.
ANCIENT TIMES worse than Modern, iv. 217.
ANCIENTS, not serious in religion, iii. 10.
ANDERDON, J. L., iii. 195, n. 1.
ANDERSON, John, _Nachrichten von Island_, iii. 279, n. 1.
ANDERSON, Professor, of Glasgow, iii. 119; v. 369, 370.
ANDREWS, Francis, i. 489.
_Anecdote_, ii. 11, n. 1.
ANECDOTES, Johnson's love of, ii. 11; v. 39.
_Anecdotes of distinguished persons_, iii. 123, n. 1.
_Anfractuosity_, iv. 4.
ANGEL, Captain, i. 349.
ANGELL, John, _Stenography_, ii. 224; iii. 270.
ANGER, unreasonable, but natural, ii. 377.
ANIMAL, noblest, v. 400.
ANIMAL SUBSTANCES, v. 216.
ANIMALS. See BRUTES.
_Animus Aequus_, not inheritable, v. 381.
_Animus irritandi_, iv. 130.
_Aningait and Ajut_, iv. 421, n. 2.
_Annals of Scotland_. See LORD HAILES.
ANNE, Queen,
'touches' Johnson, i. 42;
grant to the Synod of Argyle, iii. 133;
writers of her age, i. 425.
ANNIHILATION, Hume's principle, iii. 153;
worse than existence in pain, 295-6; v. 180.
ANNUAL REGISTER, Barnard's verses on Johnson, iv. 431-3.
ANONYMOUS WRITINGS, iii. 376.
ANSON, Lord, i. 117, n. 2; iii. 374.
ANSTEY, Christopher, _New Bath Guide_, i. 388, n. 3.
ANSTRUTHER, J., ii. 191, n. 2.
_Ant, The_, ii. 25.
ANTAGONISTS, how they should be treated, ii. 442; v. 29.
_Anthologia_, Johnson's translations, iv. 384.
_Anti-Artemonius_, i. 148, n. 1.
_Antigallican_, i. 320.
ANTIMOSAICAL REMARK, ii. 468.
_Antiquae Linguae: Britannicae Thesaurus_, i. 186, n. 3.
ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCHES, iii. 333, 414.
ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, iv. 436.
ANTIQUARIANS, iii. 278.
_Apartment_, ii. 398, n. 1.
APELLES'S VENUS, iv. 104.
APICIUS, ii. 447.
_Apocrypha_, ii. 189, n. 3.
_Apollonii pugna Belricia_, ii. 263.
APOLLONIUS RHODIUS, i. 289.
_Apophthegms of Johnson_, i. 190, n. 4; iv. 324.
APOSTOLICAL ORDINATION, ii. 103.
_Apotheosis of Milton_, i. 140.
APPARITIONS. See SPIRITS.
_Appeal to the publick_, etc. i. 140.
APPETITE, riding for an, i. 467, n. 2.
APPIUS, in the _Cato Major_, iv. 374.
APPLAUSE, iv. 32.
APPLE DUMPLINGS, ii. 132.
APPLEBY SCHOOL, in Leicestershire, i. 82, n. 2; 132, n. 1.
APPLICATION, to one thing more than another, v. 34-5.
APPREHENSIONS. See FANCIES.
ARABIC, iv. 28.
ARABS, v. 125.
ARBUTHNOT, Dr. John, _Dunciad_, annotations on the, iv. 306, n. 3;
_History of John Bull_, i. 452, n. 2; v. 44, n. 4;
illustrious physician, an, ii. 372;
_Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus_, i. 452, n. 2; v. 44, n. 4;
universal genius, i. 425; v. 29, n. 2;
superior to Swift in coarse humour, v. 44.
ARBUTHNOT, Robert, v. 29, 32.
_Archaeological Dictionary_, iv. 162.
ARCHBISHOP, Johnson's bow to an, iv. 198.
ARCHES, semicircular, and elliptical, i. 35l.
ARCHITECTURE, ornamental, ii. 439.
ARESKINE, Sir John, v. 293.
ARGENSON, - , ii. 391.
ARGONAUTS, i. 458.
ARGUING, good-humour in, iii. 11.
ARGUMENT, compared with testimony, iv. 281-2;
getting the better of people in one, ii. 474;
opponent, introducing one's, ii. 475.
ARGYLE, first Marquis of, v. 357, n. 3.
ARGYLE, ninth Earl of, v. 357, n. 3.
ARGYLE, tenth Earl (first Duke) of, v. 227, n. 4.
ARGYLE, John, second Duke of, _Beggar's Opera_, sees the, ii. 369, n. 1;
Elwall, challenged by, ii. 164, n. 5;
Walpole as sole minister, attacks, ii. 355, n. 2.
ARGYLE, Archibald, third Duke of,
librarian, neglects his, i. 187; a narrow man, v. 345;
Wilkes visits him, iii. 73.
ARGYLE, John, fifth Duke of, at Ashbourne, iii. 207, n. 1;
Boswell calls on him, v. 353-4;
estates in Col. v. 293;
Tyr-yi, v. 312;
Iona, v. 335;
Gordon riots, rumour about him at the, iii. 430, n. 6;
Johnson dines with him, v. 355-9;
is provided by him with a horse, v. 359, 362;
corresponds with him, v. 363-4;
lawsuit with Sir A. Maclean, ii. 380, n. 4; iii. 101, 102.
ARGYLE, Duchess of (in 1752), i. 246.
ARGYLE, Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of, account of her, v. 353, n. 1;
at Ashbourne, iii. 207, n. 1;
dislikes Boswell, v. 353;
slights him, v. 354, 358-9;
he drinks to her, v. 356;
Johnson undertakes to get her a book, v. 356, 363;
is 'all attention' to her, v. 359, 363;
calls her 'a Duchess with three tails', v. 359.
ARIAN HERESY, iv. 32.
ARIOSTO, i. 278; v. 368, n. 1.
ARISTOTLE, Barrow, quoted by, iv. 105, n. 4;
difference between the learned and unlearned, iv. 13;
friendship, on, iii. 386, n. 3;
Lydiat, attacked by, i. 194, n. 2;
lying, on, ii. 221, n. 2;
purging of the passions, iii. 39.
ARITHMETIC, Johnson's fondness for it, i. 72; iv. 171, n. 3, 271;
principles soon comprehended, v. 138, n. 2.
ARKWRIGHT, Richard, ii. 459, n. 1.
ARMORIAL BEARINGS, ii. 179.
ARMS, piling, iii. 355.
ARMSTRONG, Dr., iii. 117.
ARMY. See SOLDIERS.
ARNAULD, Antoine, iii. 347.
ARNE, Dr., v. 126, n. 5.
ARNOLD, Thomas, M.D., _Observations on Insanity_, iii. 175, n. 3.
ARRAN, Earl of, i. 281.
ARRIGHI, A., _Histoire de Pascal Paoli_, ii. 3, n. I; v. 51, n. 3.
_Art of Living in London_, i. 105, n. 1.
'ART'S CORRECTIVE,' v. 299.
ARTEMISIA, ii. 76.
ARTHRITICK TYRANNY, i. 179.
ARTICLES. See THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES.
ARTIFICIALLY, iii. 50, n. 4.
ARTISTS, Society of. See SOCIETY OF ARTISTS.
_Ascertain_, iii. 402, n. 2.
ASCHAM, Roger, bachelor's degree, takes his, i. 58, n. 3;
_Life_ by Johnson, i. 464;
quoted, i. 307, n. 2.
ASH, Dr., iv. 394, n. 4.
ASHBOURNE, church, iii. 180;
earthquake, iii. 136;
Green Man Inn, iii. 208;
Johnson's visits, iii. 451-3;
and the Thrales visit it in 1774, v. 430;
and Boswell in 1776, ii. 473-6;
in 1777, iii. 135-208;
school, ii. 324, n. 1; iii. 138;
two convicts of the town hang themselves, iv. 359;
water-fall, iii. 190.
ASHBY, i. 36, n. 3, 79, n. 2.
ASHMOLE, Elias, iii. 172; iv. 97, n. 3.
ASIATIC SOCIETY, ii. 125, n. 4.
ASSENT, a debt or a favour, iv. 320.
ASSYRIANS, ii. 176; iii. 36.
ASTLE, Rev. Mr., iv. 311.
ASTLE, Thomas, letter from Johnson, iv. 133;
mentioned, i. 155; iv. 311.
ASTLEY, the equestrian, iii. 409.
ASTOCKE, i. 79, n. 1.
ASTON, Catherine (Hon. Mrs. Henry Hervey), i. 83, n. 4.



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