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Biographer, duties of a, iii. 520; v. 225.
* Biographia Britannica,' iv. 24, 25 n., 420.
Biography, ii. 160, 313, 464 ; iii. 334,

434, 520; iv. 131 n., 421; v. 228.
- literary, of England, Johnson recom-
mended by George the Third to under-

Blind, notion that they can distinguish

colours by the touch, ii. 183.
Blockhead, Johnson's application of the

word, ii. 168; iii. 343, 343 n.
Blue-stocking Clubs, origin of, iv. 480.
Boarding-schools, iv. 282.
Bocage, Madame du, iii. 269, 288, 290 n.

her · Columbiade,' v. 239.
Boerhaave, Johnson's Life of, i. 110.
Boece, Hector, the historian, v. 159.
Boethius, de Consolatione Philosophiæ,'

i. 109, 386.
Boileau, i. 89, 345 n.; iv. 214, 378.
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, first Vis-

count, i. 255, 316; iv. 419; v. 228.
- Johnson's character of, i. 255, 316.

his share in Pope's • Essay on Man,'
iv. 276 n., 277, 278.

Frederick, second Viscount, iv. 384.
Bolt-court, iv. 131.
Bonaventura, the seraphic doctor,' i.518.
Bones, uses applied to, v. 80.
Bon-mots, iv. 182.
Book, one always to be carried in the

pocket, iv. 257.
- collecting, v. 176.
the only one Johnson ever read through,

iv. 378.
Books, ii. 218; iii. 240; iv. 370, 377;
v. 100, 176.
practice of talking from, iii. 74.
advantages of small ones, iv. 46.

how to read, v. 205.
Booksellers, liberality of several eminent

ones, i. 273, 288.
- Johnson's character of, i. 288; iii.

311.
- his vindication of, from the charge of

making exorbitant profits, iii. 312.
Book-trade, iii. 311.
Boothby, Miss Hill, i. 51; ii. 205 ; iii.

205 n., 515, 516 n.
- Johnson's high admiration of, iv. 426,

6

take, ii. 40.
Birch, Rev. Dr. Thomas, i. 107, 128,

159; ii. 480.

Johnson's Greek epigram to, i. 110.
- letters from Johnson to, i. 13, 203,

271.

his letter to Johnson on receiving his
Dictionary, i. 271.
Birds, migration of, ii. 232.
Birkenhead, Sir John, ii. 293 n.
Birmingham, iii. 343; iv. 62.
Biron, Marshal Duc de, iii. 282 n.
Births, extraordinary, i. 1.

Bishop,' a beverage so called, i. 235.
Bishops, in the House of Lords, ii. 166.

requisites in, ii. 314; iii. 328.

great decorum required from, iv. 445,
462; v. 195.

the Seven, iv. 186.
Blackfriars Bridge, i. 340 n.
Black-letter books, i, 379.
• Black Dog,' iv. 292, 292 n.

Men, cause of their being so, i. 410.
Blacklock, Dr. Thomas, the blind poet,
i. 320, 478; ii. 282; iii. 539.
some account of, i. 478 n. ; ii. 281 n.
his letter on a passage in Johnson's
‘Journey,' iii. 526.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, ii. 111; v. 232.

Johnson's Life of, iv. 237, 308, 423.
Blackstone, Sir William, his · Commena

taries,' iii. 15 12.; iv. 202 n., 465.
Blackwall, Mr. Anthony, i. 53, 53 n.
Blagden, Dr., afterwards Sir Charles,

iii. 284 n.; iv. 362.
Blainville, M., his · Travels,' iii. 221.
Blair, Rev. Dr. Hugh, i. 350, 405; ii. 276,

302; iii. 92, 92 n., 93, 118, 118 n.,
121, 172, 415, 459, 473.

his “Sermons,' iii. 459, 407; iv. 16,
64, 204, 204 n., 472.
his · Lectures,' iv. 23, 23 n.
his imitation of Johnson's style, iv. 23.
his letter concerning Pope's · Essay on

Man,' iv. 277.
Blair, Rev. Robert, his poem of “The

Grave,' iii. 411.

some account of, iii. 411 n.
Blake, Admiral, Johnson's Life of, i. 119.
Blaney, Elizabeth, i. 8; v. 288.
Blank verse, Johnson's dislike of, i. 383,
442; iv. 352.

excellence of rhyme over, iv. 410.
Blasphemy, literary property in, ii. 286.
Bleeding, Johnson's objection to periodical,

iii. 518.
Blenheim, ii. 531 ; iii, 158, 337.

427 n., 558.
- correspondence between her and John-
son, iii. 205 n. ; iv. 426, 427, 524 n.

Brook, esq., iv. 426 n.
Borough-English, iii. 15, 15 1.
Boscawen, Admiral, iv. 191.

Hon. Mrs., iv. 191, 307 n., 310.

some account of, iv. 191 n., 310 n.
Boscovich, Père, i. 384; iii. 292.

some account of, iii, 292.
Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux, iii. 4.
Bosville, Godfrey, esq., iv. 225, 327.

. Mrs. ii. 164.
BOSWELL, JAMES, esq., the Author of

this Work,
– afflicted with hypochondria, i. 37 n. ;

ii. 288 n. ; iii. 308, 309; v. 296 n.
- writes the • Hypochondriac,' a series of
essays, in London Magazine, i.37; v.58.
his nationality, i. 41 n.

-

-

442 n.

-

110 n.

BOSWELL JAMES, esq., Mr. Courtenay's | Boswell, Thomas David, the founder of
verses on, i. 200; iii. 111.

the author's family, iii. 75, 299.
- contributed to create a public taste for , David, the author's brother, iv. 33 n.,
biographical details, i. 243 n.

321, 321 n., 326.
- his introduction to Johnson, i. 400, - Alexander, afterwards Sir Alexander,
401.

the author's eldest son, ii. 175; iii. 265.
story told by Johnson of his early years, some account of, iii. 265 n.
i. 446 n.

David, the author's second son, iii. 458.
his Account of Corsica, ii. 47, 72, James, the author's third son, i. 53,
72 n., 73.

392; iii. 403 n. ; iv. 233.
- elected a member of the Literary Club, some account of, iv. 233 n.
ii. 224, 227.

Elizabeth, the author's stepmother, iii.
- Journal of his Tour to the Hebrides,
ii. 250, 250 n.; v. 481.

Miss Veronica, the author's daughter,
his dress at the jubilee, ii. 71.

ii. 262; iii. 494 n.
his strange propensity for witnessing Dr., the author's uncle, ii. 283; iii.
executions, ii. 92 n. ; iv. 317 n. ; v. 237. 90, 373.
his ancestry, ii. 262; iii. 75, 299. - Notes, corrective of Boswell's errors,
his character drawn by himself, ii. 287. inconsistencies, exaggerations, contra-
Johnson's character of him, ii. 288; dictions, and misrepresentations, i. 37,
iii. 110, 255, 262; iv. 227.

53, 136, 138, 144, 150, 158, 159, 166,
his account of the escape of the young 172, 179, 186, 195, 196, 197, 200, 202,
Pretender, iii. 561.

277, 294, 295, 300, 304, 306, 314, 317,
- his announcement of the “Life of John. 319, 325, 330, 333 n., 343, 349, 362,
son' during the Doctor's lifetime, iii. 5. 363, 394, 395, 396, 398, 401, 402, 412,
his letter to the Laird of Rasay, on a 413, 419, 427, 428, 429, 430, 437, 452,
passage in Johnson's Journey,' iii. 105. 467, 483, 492, 505, 508, 510, 512.
Lord Stowell's character of him, iii. _ ii. 1, 54, 56, 71, 72, 73, 88, 92, 101,

109, 114, 160, 244, 265, 287, 328, 311,
- Johnson's character of his - Tour to 399, 421, 435, 450, 466, 476, 515, 571.
the Hebrides,' iii. 255.

- iii. 2, 5, 37, 66, 108, 109, 110, 172,
his attempt to imitate the style of War. 175, 176, 179, 191, 192, 194, 197, 198,
burton, iv. 167 n.

202, 204, 220, 225, 249, 255, 317, 336,
his short quarrel with Johnson, iv. 202, 366, 391, 408, 417, 423, 429, 452, 485,

493.
his · Letter to the People of Scotland, iv. 17, 31, 45, 77, 81, 86, 95, 97, 99,
v. 149, 154 n.

202 n.

-

113, 123, 126, 148, i52, 157, 189, 202,
his expectations from Mr. Pitt, v. 159. 204, 211, 212, 215, 242, 265, 269, 292,
his controversy with Miss Seward, v. 300, 302, 317, 321, 426, 435, 450, 453,
240.

486, 501.
Johnson's Letters to him, i. 485; ii. 2, v. 37, 45, 162, 181, 183, 186, 188,
20, 59, 72, 113, 130, 190, 193, 248, 197, 206, 235, 237, 238, 250, 254,
249; iii. 112, 115, 117, 119, 121, 123, 257, 260, 261, 264, 265, 267, 282,
161, 163, 164, 165, 167, 170, 171, 261, 284, 286, 291, 295, 296, 302, 305,
263, 266, 296, 298, 301, 302, 305, 306, 306, 307, 309, 310, 311, 316, 331,
308, 309, 409, 452, 456, 458, 467, 469, 335, 339, 481.
472, 484, 486, 490, 493; iv. 64, 68, · Bottom,' iv. 473.
69, 134, 227, 235, 242, 270, 271, 291, Bouchier, Governor, iv. 461.
295, 301, 323, 332, 440; v. 10, 24, Boufflers, Madame de, i. 376 n.; iii. 291 n.

· her visit to Johnson, i. 428.
158, 160, 245, 249, 296, 297, 298.
his Letters to Johnson, ji. 129, 192; Boufflers, Père, his · First Truths,' i. 484.
iii. 112, 121, 122, 160, 161, 166, 169, Bouheurs, Dominique, ii. 90.
170, 183, 252, 261, 265, 293, 451, 453, Boulter, Dr. Hugh, i. 307 n.
455, 464, 468, 471, 472, 480, 485, 490, - his · Monument,' a poem, i. 307.
493, 494, 496 ; iv. 63, 65, 68, 72, 74, Boulton, Matthew, esq., iii. 158, 347.
75, 133, 226, 238, 270, 289, 293, 321. Bourdaloue, Père, ii. 229; iii. 4.
- his letter to Garrick, iii. 43.

Bourdonne, Madame de, ii. 229 n.
Boswell, Mrs., the author's wife, ii. 130; Bourk, Hon. J. D., afterwards Earl of

iii. 112, 112 n., 308, 309, 451, 492, Mayo, v. 117.
493, 564; iv. 8 n., 242, 332; v. 107. Bouts-rimés, iii. 212.
some account of, ii. 130 n.

Bowels, Johnson's recipe for lubricity of,
Johnson's letters to, iii. 451, 492; v. 34. ii. 205; iv. 556.

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Bowles, William, Esq., v. 119.

Brown, Rev. Robert, ii. 9; iv. 147.
Bow-wow way, Johnson's, ii, 256 ; iii. • Capability,' iv. 275.
201 n.

Browne, Dr. John, his Estimate of the
Bowyer, William, the printer,v. 283, 283 n. Manners of the Times,' i. 390.
Box-clubs, iii. 255.

some account of, i. 390 n.
Boxing, Johnson's skill in, ii. 452.

Sir Thomas, Johnson's Life of, i. 198,
Boyce, Samuel, the poet, v. 71, 320.

293, 315.
Boyd, Hon. Charles, ii. 318 n., 330, 332; his style, how far imitated by Johnson,
iii. 542.

i. 198 n., 293 ; iv. 113 n.
some account of, v. 320 n.

fond of Anglo-Saxon diction, i. 198.
Boyd's inn, ii. 259.

his saying of devils, iv. 152.
Boydell, Mr. Alderman, iii. 168.

- Sir William, the physician, iv. 395,
Boyle, the noble family of, ii. 461.

395 n.
Hon. Robert, i. 296.

.

his extemporaneous epigram on the
Boys at school, i. 463.

two universities, iv. 396.
· Bozzy,' Boswell so called by Johnson,

- Isaac Hawkins, esq.,

ii. 386; iii. 214,
iii. 2; v. 181.

315; iv. 35.
Bradshaigh, Lady, i. 178 n.

his poem “ De Animi Immortalitate,'
Bradshaw, John, the regicide, v. 121 n.

ii. 386.
William, v. 77 n.

his Son, v. 170 il.
Braganza,' Jephson's tragedy of, ii. 89. Bruce, Robert, iii. 265.
Braidwood, Mr., his academy for the deaf James, the Abyssinian traveller, iii.
and dumb, iii. 94.

208; v. 229.
Braithwaite, Daniel, esq., of the general Brumoy's Greek Theatre, i. 336 n.
post-office, v. 176.

Brundusium, Horace's journey to, iv. 105.
Bramhall, Archbishop, on Liberty and Brunet, M., iii. 275 n.
Necessity, ii. 106 n.

Brussels trimming, compared by Johnson
Bramins, iv. 344, 362.

to bread sauce, iv. 283.
Brandy, iv. 252, 449.

Brutes, ii. 55, 233; iii. 417.
Bravery, iv. 186; v. 304.

Bryant, Jacob, esq., v. 300 n.
Brentford, iii. 65; v. 64.

Brydone, Captain Patrick, his Tour
Brett, Colonel, i. 150 n.

through Sicily,' iv. 223.
Bribery at elections, iii. 214.

- his anti-mosaical remark, iii. 356.
Brighthelmstone, i. 440; iii. 457. Buchan, David Stewart Erskine, eleventh-
Bristol, inns at, iii. 416.

Earl of, anecdote of, ii. 171.
Britain, little known of the ancient state Buchan's Buller, ii. 333, 334 n.
of, iv. 194.

Buchanan, George, i. 471, 471 n.; ii. 97,
British parliament, alleged corruption of, 293; iv. 416; v. 64.
iv. 58.

• Buck,' nearly synonymous with dandy,'
• British Poets,' Bell's edition of, iii. 474. ii. 417.
• British Princes,' quoted, ii. 111 n. Buckingham, Duke of, his Rehearsal,'.
• British Essayists, Chalmers's, i. 189. iv. 411; v. 216.
• British Synonimy,'Mrs. Piozzi's, v. 324. Buckles, shoe, ii. 257.
Brocklesby, Dr. Richard, iii. 368 ; v. 55. - Johnson's, iv. 184, 185.

- his kind attention and liberality to Budgell, Eustáce, ii. 217, 218 n., 290;
Johnson, iii. 112, 128.

iii. 411.
Johnson's letters to, v. 119, 268. Budworth, Rev. Mr., i. 53 n., 61.
some account of, v. 274 n.

Buffon, Count de, ii. 452 ; iii. 449 n.
Brodhurst, Mr., Johnson's play fellow, Bull, by Johnson, v. 220.
iv. 267.

Bull-dogs, iv. 42.
Brodie, Alexander, esq., ii. 428 n.

Buller of Buchan, ii. 333, 334 n. ; iii. 542.
Brooke, Mr., author of " Gustavus Vasa' | Bunyan’s Pilgrim's Progress,' ii. 226;
i. 111; ii. 46 r.

iv. 377.
· Mrs., author of "Emily Montague,' | Buonaparte, Napoleon, ii. 242 n., 474 ;
i. 439, 439 n.

iii. 362 n.
Brooks, or rivulets, iv. 105.

Burgess-ticket, Johnson's, at Aberdeen,
Broome, William, the poet, iv. 312.

ii. 324.
- Johnson's Life of, iv. 417.

Burgoyne, General, surrender of his army
Brother and sister, relation of, i. 324. at Saratoga, iv. 222.
Brown, Tom, Johnson's instructor in En- Lady Frances, her saying, iv. 374 n.
glish, i. 17.

Burke, Right Hon. Edmund, anecdotes
dedicates his Spelling-book to the of, and remarks upon, i. 57, 334, 390,
Universe,' i. 17.

423 1., 465, 484 n., 490.

Burke, Right Hon. Edmund, anecdotes

of, and remarks upon, ii. 16, 98, 128,

153 n., 176, 212, 227, 241, 245, 252 n.,
: 268, 269 1., 270, 272 n., 311, 313 n.,
341, 434, 496.

jii. 159, 223, 323 n., 337, 410, 410 n.,
425, 449, 450, 501.
- iv. 16 n., 86 n., 101 n., 117, 139 11.,

181, 246, 248, 262, 288, 313, 353,
358, 393, 421 n., 429 n., 448, 455,
489.
- v. 53, 103 n., 128, 150, 177, 178, 199,
221, 317, 317 n.
his pleasant observation on Johnson's
ladies, i. 200.
his counsel to a grave gentleman to
• live pleasant,' i. 334.
his «Vindication of Civil Society,'
i. 474.
- his Essay on the Sublime and Beau-

tiful,' ii. 90.
- his · Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol,'
iv. 38.
- Johnson's exclamation on seeing his
house at Beaconsfield, iv. 167, 167 n.
his classical pun on Wilkes, iv. 182.
his lively conceit on a line of Horace,
iv. 183.
- his conversation described by Johnson,

iv. 351, 368; v. 46, 173.
- his playful sally on Dean Marlay,

iv. 443.
- his oratory characterized by Wilkes,

iv. 447.
- his uniform respect for Johnson, v. 214.
- his pun on Dr. Brocklesby's name, v.
247 n.
- his strikingly characteristic will, v.

Burney, Dr. Charles, Johrison's letters to,

i. 272, 314, 518; v. 124, 275.
Dr. Charles, the younger, v. 301.
Mrs. i. 507 n.
- Miss Frances, now Madame D'Arblay,

iv. 304, 306, 319 n. ; v. 104, 117 n., 172.
Burrowes, Rev. Dr., his Essay on the

style of Johnson,' i. 195 n. ; v. 362.
Burton, Robert, his . Anatomy of Melan-

choly,' i. 30, 379; iii. 329.
- his great direction against melancholy,

iv. 292.
* Burton's Books,' list of, v. 147.
Bust of Johnson, Nolleken's, iv. 63, 72.
Butcher, the trade of, ii. 470.
Bute, John, third Earl of, i. 361, 362;

ii. 22; iii. 229, 360, 440.
- Johnson's letter to, respecting his pen-

sion, i. 364, 369.
Butler, Dr. Joseph, Bishop of Durham,
his "Analogy,' ii. 282.

Samuel, ii. 227, 293, 448; v. 196.
Butter, Aberdeen, duel fought for the

honour of, iii. 38.
· Dr. William, iii. 364 n., 360; iv. 11,

12, 12 n., 482.
Buxton, Jedediah, the extraordinary cal.

culator, iii. 325 n.
Byng, Adm., Johnson's defence of, i. 298.

his epitaph, i. 298.
the assertion of his being a political

martyr unfounded, i. 298.
Byron, Lord, Moore's Life of, quoted, iii.
200 n., 397 n.

his wayward attack on Lord Carlisle's
poems, iv. 486 n.

314 n.

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-

Burke, Richard, esq., Edmund's brother,

iv. 511.
- Richard, esq., Edmund's son, v. 8,
101, 101 n., 282.

Cabbages, iii. 342.
Cadogan, Dr. William, on the Gout, ii.

430.
Calamities of Authors,' D’Israeli's, i.

88 n.

some account of, v. 8 n.
Burial service, v. 93.
Burlamaqui, iii. 316.
Burman, Peter, Johnson's Life of, i. 129.
Burnaby, Mr. Edward, i. 500 n.
Burnet, Bishop, his ‘Own Times,' ii. 201,

512; iv. 44.
- James, ii. 138 n., 334. See Monboddo."
Burney, Dr. Charles, i. 41, 172 n., 174 n.,
: 255 n., 271, 313, 315, 406, 454, 492 n.,

496 n.; ii. 307; iii. 293; iv. 4, 112,
231, 234, 245 n., 305, 354 n., 377 n.,
392, 397 n., 470; v. 5, 117.

his account of the first representation of
• Irene,' i. 172.
- his comparison of the style of Addison

and Johnson, i. 201 n.
- his . History of Music,' iv. 234.

Johnson's praise of his Travels,' v. 65.
his letters to Johnson, v. 124, 275.

Calculat extraordinary, possess little

other intellectual power, iii. 325.
• Caliban of Literature,' epithet applied to

Johnson, i. 387.
Caligula, his exclamation, iv. 141, 141 n.
Callimachus, merits of, iv. 334.
• Called,' phenomenon of hearing oneself,

iv. 468.
Cambridge, Richard Owen, esq., i. 184 n. ;

iii. 237, 240; iv. 105; v. 72, 73 n.
- university, ii. 36; iv. 198.
- Dr. Sharpe's picturesque account of

Johnson's visit to, i. 500.
Camden, Charles Pratt, first Earl, üi.

116 n., 190 n.; iv. 168.
Camden's · Remains,' iv. 163; v. 92.
Cameron, Dr. Archibald, rigour exercised

in his case, i. 117.

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Cascades, iii. 157.
Cast of Johnson, Nollekens, iv. 63, 72.
Castes of men, iv. 462.
Castiglione, 'Il Corteggiano' of, the best

book on good-breeding, ii. 501.
Catcot, George, the pewterer of Bristol,

iii. 415.
Cathcart, Charles, ninth Earl, iv. 213.
Catholicon,' iii. 283, 283 n.
Cato,' Addison's, iv. 140; v. 229.
learnt Greek at an advanced age, iv.

450.
Cator, Mr. John, iii. 257; iv. 400; v.

165, 210.
Cave, Mr. Edward, character and anec-

dotes of, i. 73, 85, 124, 128, 139, 183,
187, 243, 288, 527; ii. 157, 173, 178;
v. 318.
- Johnson's letters to, i. 59, 76, 91, 92,

93, 94, 105, 107, 108, 130, 132.
- Latin verses addressed to him by John-

son, i. 83, 83 n.
- his letter to Richardson respecting the
“Rambler,' i. 184.

his Life by Johnson, i. 243; iv. 532 n.
Cawdor Castle, ii. 350, 351 n.; iii. 543.
Cecil, Colonel, ii. 178.
Cecilia,' Miss Burney's, v. 104.
Cervantes, iv. 378.
Certainties, small, the bane of men of

talents, iii. 198.
Chadworth, Lord, v. 404.
Chalmers, George, esq., i. 127 n.

Alexander, esq , editor of the British
Essayists,' i. 179 n., 186 n., 189 nog
196, 200; ii. 112, 200.

his · Lesson in Biography,' v. 447.
Chamberlaine, Mrs., iii. 200 n.
Chamberlayne, Rev. Mr., v. 187 n.
Chambers, Ephraim, his Proposal for his
Dictionary, i. 196.
Johnson's style founded partly upon

that of, i. 196, 196 11.
- Robert, afterwards Sir Robert, i. 261;
ii. 24, 245, 246, 248, 254, 342; iii.
116, 118, 123; iv. 202 N., 438, 439.
some account of, i. 261 n.
Johnson's character of, iv. 438.

Johnson's letter to, i. 261.
- Mrs. and Miss, iii. 118 n.
- Sir William, his . Chinese Architecture,'
66, 66 n., 67 n.
· Heroic Epistle' to, quoted, ii. 419;

iv. 128 n.; v. 211 n.
Catharine, Johnson's maid-servant, i.
327, 329, 330; ii. 42.
Chamier, Anthony, esq., i. 490 ; ii. 342;

Cameron, Captain, ii. 149 n.
Camerons, family of the, ii. 525.
Campbell, Hon. Archibald, ii. 204.
his · Doctrines of a Middle State,' iii.

52, 424; v. 185.
some account of, iii. 53.
Rey. Dr. Thomas, i. 306; iii. 213,
217, 225.
his · Philosophical Survey of Ireland,'

iii. 213, 476.
a sketch of, iii. 217 1.
Rev. Dr. John, i. 350, 430 ; ii. 52,
117 n., 203; iii. 188; iv. 98, 98 n.
his Political Survey,' iii. 18, 335.
some account of, i. 430 n.; ii. 116 n.
Rev.John, minister of Kippen, ii. 29.
Mungo, who shot Lord Eglintoune,
ii. 67 n. ; iv. 41.

some account of, iv. 41 n.
Candide,' of Voltaire, i. 331, 334 ; iv. 222.
Candour, Johnson's, v. 124.
Canning, Right Hon. George, on the ad.

vantage of a public education, iii. 377 n.

Canons of Criticism,'Edwards's, i. 251 n.
Cant, the mind to be cleared of, iv. 102.
Canus, Melchior, a Spanish dominican,

iii. 271.
Capel, Edward, preface to his Shakspeare,

iv. 337.
Cardan, Dr. Jerom, his mode of com.

posing his mind, iv. 26 n.
Card-playing, ii. 76; iii. 99, 387 n., 388.

– recommended by Dr. Baillie, iii. 99.
Cardross, Lord, afterwards Earl of Buchan,

ii. 171, 171 n.
Careless, Mrs., Johnson's first love, iii.

347, 348; v. 19.
*Careless Husband,' Cibber's, iii. 215.
Carelessness, iv. 353.
Carleton, Captain, his amusing Me-

moirs,' v. 243, 243 n.
Carlisle, Frederick, fifth Earl of, iv. 485.

Johnson's favourable opinion of his
• Father's Revenge,' v.

136, 136 n.
- Lord Byron's wayward attack on his

poems, iv. 486 n.
Carmichael, Miss, iv. 77, 231 n.
Carre, Rev. Mr., his “Sermons,' ii. 264.
Carstares' “State Papers,' ii. 451 n.
Carte, Thomas, his Life of the Duke of

Ormond,' ii. 524.
Carter, Mr., iii. 186, 207.

Mrs. Elizabeth, i. 43, 93, 108, 109,
110, 129 n., 147 n., 178; ii. 25 n.;
iv. 16, 470; v. 172, 229.

a contributor to the Rambler,' i.
178.
Johnson's letter to, i. 288.

her character of Johnson, v. 305 n.
Carteret, John, Lord, afterwards Earl

Granville, i. 373 n.
Carthage, v. 73.
Carthusians, order of, iii. 323.

iii. 450 n., 484; iv. 70, 107.
Champion,' a periodical paper, i. 145.
Chancellors, how chosen, ü. 150.
Chapone, Hester, formerly Miss Mulso, a

contributor to the Rambler,' i. 178;
v. 384.

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