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Chapone, Hester, account of her meeting
Johnson, i. 223.

Johnson's letter to, v. 136.
Charade, Johnson's, en Dr. Barnard, v. 72.
Character, influence of, iv. 217, 218.
Characters, first instance of delineation of,

iv. 363.
- how historians should draw, iv. 278.

showing only the bright side of, iv. 421.
extraordinary, generally exaggerated,

iii. 337.
Charing Cross, iii. 213.
Charity, Christian, v. 178.

- judicious distribution of, iii. 69
- Johnson's unbounded, ii. 30; iii. 69;

iv. 269, 269 n.; v. 219.
Charlemont, James, first Earl of, ii. 223,

341; iv. 220 n., 298, 450 n.
Charles the First, ii. 202 ; iii. 35; iv. 244.

the Second, iii. 215, 245; iv. 408.
- Edward, Prince, ii. 418 n., 419 n. See
Pretender.

the Fifth, celebration of his funeral
obsequies during his lifetime, iv. 102.

the Twelfth of Sweden, i. 68; iv. 121.
Charlton, Dr., v. 129.
Charms, belief in, ii. 395, 395 n.
Chastity, ii. 57, 429; iv. 286 n.
Chatham, William, first Earl of, ii. 188,

215; iii. 190; iv. 223; v. 213, 214 n.
Chatsworth, iii. 126, 127 1.; iv. 60;

v. 272.
Chatterton, Thomas, his poems, iii. 415,

416; v. 13, 13 12.
Chedworth, Lord, v. 404.
Chemistry, Johnson's fondness for, iv.

272, 340 n. ; v. 122.
Chester, iii. 134.
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope,

fourth Earl of, i. 23, 126, 157, 172 n.,
192 n., 244, 249 n., 254; ii. 199, 294 n.,
337 11., 361; iii. 203, 418, 472, 503;
iv. 219, 259, 296, 301, 448, 503 ; v.
53, 242.
· his alleged neglect of Johnson, i. 245.
- his papers in the World,' recom-
mending Johnson's Dictionary, i. 246.
Johnson's celebrated letter to, i. 249.
his Letters to his Son' characterized by
Johnson, i. 253; iii. 203, 215, 221,

418.
Cheyne, Dr. George, his • English Ma-
lady,' i. 36, 452

his admirable rule of conduct, ii. 384.
- his · Treatise on Health,' iii. 391.
Cheynel, Francis, Johnson's life of, ii. 283.
Children, treatment and education of, i.

14, 20, 38, 464; ii. 102, 332, 435; üi.
294, 393, 492 n. ; iv. 256, 353, 379,

380.
China, wall of, iv. 125.
Chinese language, iv. 205.

Choice of difficulties,' ii. 378, 378 n.

Choisi, Abbé de, iv. 197, 197 n.
* Choleric Man,' Cumberland's, ii. 197 n.
Cholmondeley, George James, esq., v. 258.

some account of, v. 258 n.

Mrs., ii. 472; iv. 117, 199, 320; v. 128.
Christian, Rev. Mr., ii. 53.

Christian Hero,' Steele's, iii. 336.
Christian charity, v. 178.

morality, v. 228.
religion, evidences of, i. 407, 443, 458,
466 ; v. 228.

disturbed in his faith, v. 105.
Christianity, the highest perfection of hu-
manity, ii. 28.

the atonement the great article of, ii.
322 n. ; iv. 41, 498 ; v. 332.
Christians, the differences among, iv. 40.
Christ's satisfaction, ii. 322.
Church, the satisfaction of meeting at, iv.

464.
Church of England, ecclesiastical disci-
pline of, v. 175, 175 n.
patronage, iii. 229.
property, confiscated, v. 38 n.

architecture, iii. 328.
Churchill, Charles, the poet, i. 95, 437 noy
496, 514; iv. 78; v. 228.

his satire on Johnson, i. 309, 415.
- Johnson's opinion of his poetry, i.

431.
Churton, Rev. Ralph, i. 243 n.; v. 93,

199, 199 n., 371.
Cibber, Colley, i. 120, 150 n., 244, 410,

415 n.; ii. 92, 205 n., 519; iii. 44,
197 n., 214, 401, 435 n.; iv. 35, 35 n.,
119; v. 131.

his Apology,' iii. 435.
- Theophilus, his • Lives of the Poets,'

i. 161, 161 n. ; iii. 395 n., 481 n., 531.
- Mrs., ii. 357.
Cicero, his defence of the study of the law,

ii. 49 n.

his character of Appius applied by Mr.

Burke to Johnson, v. 291 n.
Clans, order of the Scottish, iii. 112.
Clare, Robert Nugent, Lord, i. 426; ü.

123.

some account of, ii. 123 n.; iv. 168.
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, ii. 81;

iv. 219.
his “ History,' i. 281 n.
his style, iv. 114.

Manuscripts, iii. 310, 310 n.
Claret, characterised by Johnson, iv. 196,

· 252, 449.
• Clarissa Harlowe,' i. 210; iii. 408 n.;

iv. 361.
- Johnson recommends an Index Re.

rum' to, i. 210.
Clarissa Harlowe,' preface to, written by

Dr. Warburton, i. 243 n.
Clark, Alderman Richard, iv. 202 1.; V.

148.

Clark, Johnson's letter to, v. 148.

- Mr., his pamphlet on Ossian, v. 142.
Clarke, Dr. Samuel, i. 407; ii. 106, 514.

his · Evidences' recommended by John-
son, i. 407.
his · Sermons,' iv. 103.
Johnson's death-bed recommendation

of, v. 332, 345, 345 n.
Clenard, Nicholas, his Greek grammar,

iv. 351.

some account of, iv. 351 n.
Cleone, Dodsley's tragedy of, i. 324;

iv. 352.
Cleonice,' Hoole's play of, iii. 165, 165 n.
Clergy, ii. 166, 167, 171 n., 351; iii.

502; iv. 163, 462.
- their preaching not sufficiently plain,
i. 381, 470.
not sufficiently acquainted with their
parishioners, i. 387.

English, ii. 476.
- Scottish, ii. 141, 325, 476.
Irish, i. 391.
lax jollity of, offensive, iv. 446.

dress of, should be in character, iv. 446.
Clergyman, Addison's portrait of, iv. 446.

Johnson's model of, iv. 447.

his excellent letter to a young, iv. 324.
Clerk, Sir Philip Jennings, iv. 452.
Climate, ii. 158.
Clive, Robert, first Lord, iv. 195, 218, 275.

Mrs., ii. 357; iv. 339; v. 131.
Clothes, fine, iii. 365.
Club, Ivy-lane, formed by Johnson, i. 163,

308; v. 143, 166.
- Literary, founded by Sir Joshua Rey-

nolds, i. 490, 528; ii. 16, 17, 19, 223,
220, 470. See Literary Club.
Boar's-head, ii. 471.

Queen's Arms, iv. 460.
in Old-street, v. 66, 165.
Essex-head, v. 144, 145.
Eumelian, v. 304 n.
Johnson's notions of the chair of,
iv. 512.

his definition of a, v. 145.
• Clubable' man, v. 145.
Coachmakers' Hall, iv. 464.
Coarse raillery, Johnson's powers of,

iv. 358.
Cobb, Mrs. i. 5 n.; ii. 61, 68, 131 ;

iii. 125 n., 255, 355 ; iv. 267.

some account of, iv. 289 n.
Cock-lane ghost, iv. 123.
Cocker's Arithmetic, ii. 369 n.
Coin of the realm, exportation of, iv. 477.
Coke, Lord, ii. 151; v. 233.
Col, island of, ii. 512, 515, 520, 527, 529
1. ; iii. 557, 560.

the laird of, ii. 328 ; ii. 21, 24, 26,

26 n , 163, 557.
Colborne, the calculating boy, iii. 325 n.
Colchester, i. 479.

Colebrooke, Sir George, ii. 95.
Colisæum, Johnson's mind compared to

the, ii. 109.
Collier, Jeremy, v. 186 n.

Dr. of the Commons, iii. 394; iv.
230.
Collins, William, the poet, i. 110 n., 239,

262, 263, 264, 291, 372; iii. 253.
Colman, George, esq., i. 183; ii. 341;

iii. 193, 420 12., 459; iv. 180, 341, 350.
his “Odes to Obscurity and Oblivion,'

iii. 209.
- his imitation of Johnson's style, v.
364.
- George, esq., jun., his • Random Re-

cords' quoted, iii. 420.
Colquhoun, Sir James, iii. 58.

- Lady Helen, iii. 60.
Colson, Rev. John, i. 72.

some account of, i. 72 n., 192, 192 n.;

ii. 158, 159 n. See Coulson.
Colville, Lady Dowager, iii. 82, 82 n.

Alexander, fourth Lord, ii. 82 n.
- Lady, iii. 82 n., 91.
Combermere, iii. 13), 131 n.
Commandment, the ninth, modes of placing

the emphasis on, i. 144.
Commentaries on the Bible, iii. 424.
Commerce, iii. 232.
Common Prayer, Book of, v. 193.
Commons, House of, iv. 477. See Par-

liament.
Communion of Saints, v. 189, 189 n.
Community of souls, doctrine of, ii. 236.
Company, v. 209.

cause of Johnson's fondness for, i. 116.
Compassion, Johnson's, v. 182.
Compliments, iii. 255; iv. 9, 204, 227,

320, 392.
Complaints, iv. 362, 382; v. 51, 231.
Composition, iv. 325, 342, 344.

happy moments for, ii. 275.
Johnson's advice respecting, ii. 301.
his extraordinary powers of, ii. 301,

302, 342; iii. 219, 425 n.
Compositor,' the, v. 218.
Compton, Rev. Jaines, a Benedictine

monk, v. 87, 87 n.
- his conversion to protestantism by the

110th Rambler, v. 87.
- Johnson's kind conduct towards him,

V. 89.
Condamine’s account of the savage girl,

ii. 343.
Condescension, iv. 336.
Conduct, gradations in, iv. 445.
Confession, ii. 108; iii. 351.
• Confessions,' Rousseau's, ii. 12, 12 n.
Confinement, iv. 124.

Congé d'élire,' v. 220.
Congreve, William, the poet, i. 516; ii.
86, 87 n., 97; iv. 39.
Johnson's Life of, iv, 425.

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Congreve, Rev. Charles, Johnson's school.

fellow, i. 19; iii. 348, 364.
Conjugal infidelity, iv. 280, 280 n.
• Connoisseur,' the, i. 433.
Conscience, scruples of, iv. 398.
Const, Francis, esq., iii. 381 n.
Constitution, the British, iii. 330.
Constructive treason, iv. 461.
Contentment, iii. 554 ; iv. 96.
Contradiction, iv. 258.

Johnson's spirit of, iii. 371, 388, 428,

521; iv. 455, 455 n.
Convents, i. 354; ii. 10, 298; iii. 323.
Conversation, i. 320; iii. 236, 332, 362,

422; iv. 101, 187, 360, 365, 396, 417,
418; iv. 45, 65, 72, 178; v. 230, 231.
the happiest kind of, iii. 234.
and talk, distinction between, v. 65.
Lord Bacon's precept for, v. 121.
questioning, not the proper mode of,
iii. 362; iv. 123.

Johnson's great powers of, iv. 142, 177,
258, 300, 300 n., 365, 368, 384, 399,

429, 484, 490; v. 200.
Conversions, ii. 108; iv. 82, 156.
Convicts, v. 209.
Convocation of the clergy, i. 476.
Conway, Lady, ii. 155 n.
Conway Castle, iii. 146, 152.
Cook, Captain James, the circumnavigator,

iii. 373.

his “Voyages to the South Seas,' v. 205.
Cooke, Thomas, the translator of Hesiod,

ii. 272.
- his extraordinary speech on presenting

Foote to a club, ii. 273.
Cookery, ii. 269 n.

Johnson's opinion of French, i. 481.
his affected discernment in the art of,
i. 141 n.

books of, should be written on philo-
sophical principles, iv. 143.

Glass's, written by Dr. Hill, iv. 144.
Cooper, John Gilbert, author of the Life
of Socrates,' i. 387 ; iii. 514; iv. 336.

some account of, i. 387.
Coote, Sir Eyre, ii. 356.
Copy-money, in Italy, iv. 10.
Copy-right, i. 451 ; ii. 307: see Literary

Property.
Corbett, Mr. Andrew, i. 29.
Corelli, the singer, iii. 217.
Coriat, Tom, ii. 169.
• Coriat, Junior,' Paterson's, ii. 169.
Cork and Orrery, Hamilton, sixth Earl of,

i. 387; iv. 34.
- Edmund, seventh Earl of, iv. 307.
- Countess of, iv. 307, 481.

some account of, iv. 307 n.
Corn laws, i. 189.
Corneille, Pierre, i. 516; iii. 4; iv. 347.
Cornish fishermen, iv. 449.
Corpulency, v. 93.

Corsica, ii. 11, 21, 47, 59, 60, 71 n., 72,

73, 81, 524 n.
Corteggiano' of Castiglione, the best

book on good-breeding, ii. 501.
Cottages in Skie described, ii. 481.
Cotterel, Admiral, i. 227 n.

Miss, i. 227, 359, 371; iii. 41 n.
Cotton, Sir Lynch Salusbury, iii. 31.

Sir Robert Salusbury, iii. 131 n.,
137 n.; iv. 345.

Mrs. iii. 141 n.
Coulson, Rev. John, iii. 158, 159 n., 254,

254 n.
Council of Trent,'History of ,i. 76, 104.
Counsellor Van,' a sharp-pointed rock

on the Wye, why so called, ii. 185 11.
Counting, the good of, v. 80.
Country amusements, iv. 370.
- gentlemen, ii. 341, 345, 389 n. ;

iv. 336; v. 43.
- life, iii. 47; iv. 28, 104, 108, 108 no,

162, 220, 369 ; v. 248.
Courage, iii. 214; iv. 121, 196, 280 n.

Johnson's, iii. 173.
Court, attendants on a, described, i. 319.

of Session in Scotland, iii. 95, 167 n.
Courting the acquaintance of the great,

i. 101, 101 ri. ; ii. 10.
Courtenay, John, esq. v. 211.

his Poetical Review' quoted, i. 33,
156, 199, 299, 334; iii. 111, 242 n.
his description of the style and economy
of Sir Joshua Reynolds's table, iii. 444.
- his "Poetical Review of Johnson's
literary and moral Character,' v. 445.
biographical notice of, by Sir James

Mackintosh, v. 445.
Courts of Germany, manners best learnt
at, ii. 501.

martial, iv. 344.
Coverley, Sir Roger De, iii. 246.
Cow, Boswell's skill in imitating the

lowing of, iii. 92.
Cowardice, iv. 186; v. 227.
Cowdray, the seat of the Lords Montague,

popular superstition respecting, v. 38.
Cowley, Abraham, the poet, i. 237 1. ;

iii. 29 n., 41, 395; iv. 81.

- Johnson's Life of, iv. 405.
Cowper, William, his translation of Ho.

mer, iv. 194 n.
Coxcombs, i. 387; iv. 400.
Cox, v. 221.
Coxeter, Thomas, esq., i. 514; iv. 2.

some account of, i. 514 n.
Crabbe, Rev. George, his “ Village,' v. 54.

some account of, v. 54 n.
Johnson's commendation of the Vil.
lage,' v. 436.
Cradock, Joseph, esq., his anecdotes of
Johnson, iii. 320, 403; iv. 135, 508.

sundry inaccuracies in his. Memoirs'
pointed out, iv. 508-513 n.

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Curates, salaries of, iii. 502.
• Curiosities of Literature,' Mr. D’Is.

raeli's, iv. 413 n.
Curiosity, i. 58.
Curran, John Philpot, iii. 200 n.
Currants, v. 83.
Cust, Francis Cockayne, i. 146 n.
Cutts, Lady, Atterbury's funeral sermon

on, iv. 83.
Cyder,' Philips's, ii. 312.
Cypress Grove,' Drummond of Haw.

thornden's, ii. 412
Cyrus, the resignation of, iv. 247.

D.

« Craftsman,' the, i. 346 n.
Craig, Mr., the architect, ii. 303; iv. 226.
Crashaw, Richard, his Epigrammata

Sacra,' iv. 163 n.
Craven, Lady, iii. 386 ; iv. 308, 313.

Creation,' Blackmore's, ii. 11).
Credulity, iii. 25; iv. 216.

Johnson's, iv. 192.
Creeds, ii. 351.
Crichton, Robert, Lord Sanquhar, ii. 337 n.
Critical Review, i. 420, 494 ; ii. 39; iii.

396, 409; iv. 21.
Criticism, ii. 499; iv. 244, 245, 307.

examples of true, ii. 90.
Croft, Rev. Herbert, iv. 321 n.

his · Life of Young,' iv. 428.
his style described by Burke, iv. 429.
his • Love and Madness,' v. 65.
Johnson's opinion of his . Family Dis-
courses,' v. 97.

his singular advice to a pupil, v. 205.
Croker, Rev. Temple Henry, translator of

Ariosto, i. 371 n.
Alley,' iv. 107, 107 n.

Colonel, of Ballinagard, iv. 107 n.
Cromwell, Johnson's design of writing the

Life of, v. 120.

Noble's · Memoirs' of, v. 120 n.
* Cross readings,' Caleb Whitefoord's di-

verting, v. 219.
Crouch, Mrs., v. 107 n.
Crousaz’s ‘Examen' of Pope's Essay on

Man, i. 107, 132.
Crown, power of the, ii. 165.
- influence of, in parliament, i. 375.

Crudities,' Coriat’s, ii. 170 1.
Cruikshanks, Mr., the surgeon, v. 101.

Johnson's letters to, v. 125, 280.
Cuchillen's well, ii. 479.
Cucumbers, ii. 515; iv. 345.
Cui-bono' man, iv. 484.
Cuillen, the, ii. 460, 460 n.
Cullen, Dr. William, iv. 17, 66 ; v. 155.
Culloden, battle of, iii. 248 n.
Cumberland, William, Duke of, iii. 248,
248 n. ; v. 301.
Richard, esq., i. 73 n.; ii. 408.
his · Choleric Man,' ii. 197 n.
character of Sir Fretful Plagiary in-
tended for him, ii. 197 n.
his Odes,' iii. 408.
his mode of study, iv. 408.

his “Walloons,' v. 27, 27 n.
- his conversation described, v. 301 n.

anecdotes of Johnson by, v.301 n., 398.
his Lines descriptive of Johnson's cha-

racter, v. 405.
Cumming, Thomas, the quaker, ii. 331,
334, 454; iii. 234 n.; v. 92.

some account of, ii. 454 n.
Cuninghame, Sir John, iii. 68.
Cunning, ii. 439.
Cuper's Gardens, ii. 523, 523 n.

Dacier, Madame, her Homer, iv. 194 n.
Dalen, Olaus von, his "History of Sweden'

recommended, ii. 148.
Dalloway, Dr., v. 472.
Dalrymple, Sir David, afterwards Lord

Hailes, i. 254, 447, 463; ii. 283; iii.
100, 160. See Lord Hailes.
Sir John, ii. 198, 224; iii. 95, 97, 98.
his discoveries respecting Russell and

Sydney, ii. 198.
Johnson's laughable imitation of his

style, iii. 98, 98 n.
Lady Margaret, iii. 67.

some account of, iii. 67 n.
Dalzel, Andrew, Greek professor at Edin-

burgh, v. 301.
Damer, Hon. John, iv. 255.

some account of, iv. 255 n.
Dance, Mr., the architect, ii. 152 n.
Dancing, advocated by Johnson, ii. 76 ;

iv. 450.
Dancing-master, Johnson's conversation

with one, iv. 368.
Dandy,' ii. 417.
Danes, the, v. 129.
Danish colony at Leuchars, ii. 305, 305 n.

fort, ii. 399.
D'Arblay, Madame, see Burney.
Darius, shade of, iv. 348.
Darteneuf, Charles, iii. 335.

some account of, iii. 335 n.
Darwin, Dr. Erasmus, mutual dislike be-

tween Johnson and, iii. 125 n.
Dashwood, Lady, iv. 284, 284 n.
Dating letters, a laudable habit, iv. 305 n.
Daughters, benefit of taking them early

into company, iv. 371.
Davies, Mr. Thomas, the actor and book-

seller, character and anecdotes of, i.
399, 404, 437, 476, 495 n., 496, 503; ii.
64, 65, 67, 93 n., 194, 242; iii. 113,
174, 214, 215, 217 n. 219, 251; iv.
75, 78, 103, 340, 345 ; v. 469.
- his Life of Garrick,' i. 18, 72; iv.

323, 323 n.
- Johnson's letters to, v. 111, 280.

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Davies, Mr. Thomas, Churchill's sarcasm

on his acting, i. 400 n.

his pretty wife,' i. 400 11., v. 111.
Davis, Rev. Henry Edward, his · Answer

to Gibbon,' iv. 136.
Dawkins, Henry, esq. iv. 500, 501 n.
Day-labourers, wages of, v. 56.
Dead, legal redress for libels on the cha-

racter of, iii. 380.
Dead language, on writing verses in, iii.

246.
Deaf and Dumb, Mr. Broadwood's aca-

demy for, iii. 94.
Deafness, Johnson's, iv. 200.
Deane, Rev. Richard, on the Future

Life of Brutes,' ii. 54.
Death, i. 154, 322, 333; ii. 92, 109, 156,

412, 420; iii. 10, 92, 519; iv. 2, 153,
169, 240; v. 27, 32, 106, 133, 151,
154, 165, 177, 197.

reflections on a violent, i. 322.
– Southwell's stanzas upon, iii. 143 n.

preparation for, iii. 10.
Death-bed resentments, ii. 463.

repentance, Dr. Wishart on, ii. 476.
Debates in Parliament, Johnson's share in

them, i. 87, 121, 122, 127 ; v. 318.
Debt, misery of being in, v. 29.
Debtor, proverbial wretchedness of, v. 29.
Debts, i. 337; iii. 491.
Decay of the mental faculties, iii. 367.

Decline and Fall,' Gibbon's, iii. 335.
Dedications, ii. 213, 512; ii. 477.

and Prefaces, by Johnson, and remarks
on, i. 135, 151, 157, 243, 287, 305,
307, 343, 348, 356, 372, 476; ii. 21,

24, 26, 44, 193, 213, 512; iii. 477.
Definition, ii. 282 n.
Definitions, i. 7 11., 60 n., 280, 280 n., ii.

269 n., 282 ; iii. 81 n., iv. 99, 178,

186 n., 210, 214.
De Foe, Daniel, ü. 157; iv. 123.

his · Robinson Crusoe,' iv. 123.
invents the story of Mrs. Veal's ghost,

ii. 157, 157 n.
Degeneracy of the human race disputed,

ii. 205, 205 n.
De Groot, Isaac, a relative of Grotius,

Johason's kind interference in behalf

of, iii. 487.
Deist, ii. 8.
Delany, Dr., his . Observations on Swift,'

ii. 462; iv. 105, 406.
Delap, Rev. Dr., i. 514; iii. 519, 519 n.
Delay, danger of, i. 323.
Delicacy, iv. 373, 375.
Democritus, iv. 478 n.
• Demonax' of Lucian, curiously applicable

to Johnson, iv. 401 n.
Demosthenes, i. 122, 126 n.; ii. 199.
Dempster, George, esq., i. 418, 448, 455,

456 n.; iv. 160.
some account of, i. 417 n.

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Dempster, George, esq., his epitaph on

himself, i. 417 n.
- his character of Johnson's Journey

to the Hebrides,' iii. 101, 178.
Denbigh, iii. 136.
Dennis, John, his Critical Works' worth

collecting, iii. 404.
Departed spirits, appearance of, i. 333,

414; iv. 467 ; v. 177.
Depeditation,' ii. 361.
Depression of spirits, treatment of, i. 74 n.
Derange,' v. 233.
Derby, china manufactory at, iv. 11.
Derby, Rev. J., iii. 477.

curious anecdote of, iii. 477 n.
Derrick, Samuel, esq., i.95, 394,404, 467,

468; ii. 348, 464; iv. 239; v. 70,111 n.
some account of, i. 394 n.

his · Letters,' ii. 348.
Descriptions, seldom correspond with reali.

ties, ii. 355, 372; v. 76.
• Deserted Village,' ii. 7, 224.
Desmoulins, Mrs., i. 35, 52; ii. 139; iv.

77, 77 n., 158, 231, 243, 251 n., 288,

333, 466; v. 115, 146.
Despotic governments, iv. 141.
Devaynes, John, esq., v. 170.
Devonshire, William Cavendish, third

Duke of, iv. 38.
- his dogged veracity, iv. 248.
Devotion, v. 107.
Dialogues of the Dead,' Lord Lyttle-

ton's, iii. 335 ; iv. 427.
- two, by Sir Joshua Reynolds, in
imitation of Johnson's style of con-

versation, iv. 169, 514, 514 n.
Diary, Johnson's, ii. 161, 288.

the utility of keeping one, i. 448; ii.

204; iv. 83; v. 56.
Dibdin, Mr. Charles, ii. 114.
Dick, Sir Alexander, ii. 283; iii. 96, 491;

v. 151, 155, 156, 156 n.

his letter to Johnson on the good effect
produced in Scotland by his · Journey,'

iii. 466.
· Dictionnaire Portatif' of L'Avocat, re-

commended, v. 224.
Dictionary of the English Language,'

Johnson's, i. 152, 156, 160, 162, 244,
246, 247, 248, 257, 263, 264, 269,
271, 277, 287, 314, 368, 456; ii. 133,
146, 192, 194, 196, 243, 282, 325,
361, 499; iii. 322, 477, 479, 526;
iv. 210, 257, 279, 336, 538.
first published, i. 277.
- Wilkes's jeu d'esprit on, i. 284.

Garrick's epigram on, i. 284.
- Johnson's profits by, i. 288.

epitome of, i. 291.
felicity with which the examples are
selected, v. 179.

curious particulars as to the practical
compilation of, v. 475.

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