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Gout, Dr. Cadogan's book on the,
176 n.

Grace, Latin, Johnson repeats the
Oxford form to the Professors
at St. Andrews, 47.

Graham, Lady Lucy, married
to Mr. Douglas, the successful
claimant in the cause, 312.

Graham, Kev. George, author of
Telemachus, a Masque, calls
Goldsmith Dr. Minor, 73.

Grange, Lady, the story of her
confinement in St. Kilda, 193 n.

Granger, the Kev. James, account
of, 218 n.

Gratitude,;' a fruit of great culti-
vation," 197.

Gray, quoted by Boswell, 128.

Greensleeves, the old sung of,
222 n.

Gribon, Mackinnon's Cave at, 288.

Guide, the Highland, and Johnson,

Guinea, Adventures of A, sent to
Johnson to read, 235; written
by Charles Johnson, ibid.

Gunning, Elizabeth, Duchess of
Argyle, 307 n.; Boswell drinks
her health, 310; tells Boswell
she supposes be is a Methodist,
311; "a duchess with three
tails," 313.

Gwynn, Mr., the architect, builds
the "English Bridge" across
the Severn, 395.

Habits, Johnson's strange, 264,

Haddocks, Finnon, Sir Walter
Scott maintains their excellence,
Johnson's disfavour notwith-
standing, 84, 85 n.

Hagley, Little, the seat of the
Lytteltons, Johnson stays there,
396, 397.

Hailes, Lord, his remarks on Hist.
Scot., 24; author and philolo-
gist, 32; Johnson finds fault
with him for publishing a one-
sided view of the Stuarts, 218;
Johnson spends a most agree-

able day with, 346; gives Bos.
well his recollectionsof Johnson's
conversation, 347; his letter to
Boswell commending the Jour-
ney to the Western Highlands,
352, 353.
Hamilton, Mr., of Bangor, hi*
praise of Holyrood, 27.

Lady Betty, account of,

308 n.; listens eagerly to John-
son's conversation, 312.

Palace, the outside very fine,

Happiness, not to be found in this

life, 146.
Harper, the famous Irish, O'Kane,

Harris, Mr. James, "an eminent

Grecian," Johnson calls a '' cox-
comb," 329.
Hawkestone, the seat of Sir Kow-

land Hill, visited, 379, 380.
Hawkins, Sir John, his general

History of Music, 53 n.
Hawthornden visited, 349, 350.
Hay, his translation of Martial,


John, one of the Highland

guides, 102, 107, 113.

Headache, Boswell's, after the
punch, 221.

Hebrides, Johnson and Boswell de-
termine to visit, 1, 2; Martin's
account of the, 1, 2.

Hell, Virgil's description of the
entrance to, applied by Johnson
to the press, 268, 269.

Hermes, by Mr. Harris, di&cussed,

Hermit, Johnson's fancy for the
life of a, 45.

Heroic Epistle, the, to Sir W.
Chambers, quoted, 153.

Hervey's Meditations, Johnson
does not admire, 305.

Hesse, the Landgrave of Hesse-
allowed two wives, 182.

Highlanders, description of, 112..

Hill, Dr. George, author of Theo
logical Institutes, 46.

Historians, the accuracy of, a mo-
dern acquirement, 185.

History of the Isle of Man, by
Sacheverel, 292 ; English, woultl
he thought as improbable as
Jewish, a told as shortly, 295.

Hogarth, his caricature of Wilkes
in Flora Macdonald's house,

Hogshead of sense, Johnson so
called in Mull, 290.

Holywell described, 384.

Home, quoted by Boswell, 171;
his tragedy of Douglas discussed.

Homer and Virgil, Johnson's knoxv-
ledge of, 59 n.

Honest man! Johnson so called in
compliment, 227; at Col he is
called " main honest" for help-
ing to bring in fuel, 262 ; " Ho-
nest man, he is always content,''

Hope, Sir William, his Complete
Fencing Master, 48.

Dr. John, Johnson's compa-
nion to Newcastle on his return
journey to London, 351.

Horace, Joknson quotes, in the
gale going to Rasay, 131.

Hume, David, his house in Edin-
burgh, in which Johnson stayed,
.as Boswell's guest, on his first
arrival in Edinburgh, 10; his
delightful and excellent cha-
racter, 17; on the visits of
Charles Edward, 168 n.; a Tory
Johnson says by chance, not by
principle. 233.

Hunting, Johnson rode hard, but
denied being either tired or
amused, 216 n.; English and
French compared, 216 n.

II nrlothrumbo, by Samuel John-
son from Cheshire, 254.

Hut, a Highland, visited, 103;
the General's, 104.

Hutchison, William, the honest
drover, 82 n.

.Hymn, a quaint old, by Robert
Wisedome, 3S6 n.

Ignorance, extraordinary instance
of, 94.

II Cortegiano, by Castiglione, the
best book on good breeding, 236.

Impression, the gradual, made by
Johnson, 233.

Inch Keith visited, 39.

Inch Kenneth, described by Walter
Scott, 279; Johnson's happy
Sunday at, 281 ; Latin Ode on,
282; ruined chapel in, 284.

Independence, Boswell boasts that
he could not be bribed,and John-
son retorts, " Yes, you may be,
by flattery," 364.

Information, the variety of John-
son's, 209, 210.

Inns, only three in Edinburgh
where people could be accommo-
dated in 1773, 9.

Instruction and information. John-
son has the happy art of gaining,
by making every man he meets
tell him something of what ke
knows best, 101.

Inverary reached, 301; account
of the Castle at, 309. 313.

Inverness, the party begin their
ride at, 102.

Iona, Icolmkill, Johnson and Bos-
well congratulate themselves on
reaching, 290; Johnson's de-
scription of in the Journey,
quoted, 290; the ruins of, visited,

Isa, the beautiful little island of,
213; Johnson's glee at the idea
of settling there and fortifying
it, 213; his health drunk as
owner of it, 213.

Johnson, Charles, author of Ad-
ventures of a Guinea, 235.

Johnstone, Arthur, his poems
vainly sought at Aberdeen,
72 n.

Joke, the lady who had no notion
of a, but had a mighty unpliable
understanding, 254.

Journal, Boswell's, begun, 42 n.;
read by Johnson, and approved,
192, 224; Boswell writes under
difficulties, 225; Johnson says,
"This will be a great treasure
to us some years hence," 236;
Johnson wishes Boswells book
was " twice as big," 265.

Journey to the Western Islands,
Johnson's misunderstood, 9;
Boswell wishes he had seen it
before it was published, 84 n.;
quoted on the way to Inverary,

Judge, a, a posteriori, 29.

Juvenal, Johnson quotes, 314,315.

Keith, Mr., Collector of Excise in
Ayr, entertains Johnson, 99,
101. *

Kerr, Mr. James, Keeper of the
Records at Edinburgh, 25.

Kilda, St., History of, by Kenneth
MacAulay, 91 ; the people of,
take cold when strangers come,

Kilmarnock, Lord, beheaded on
Tower Hill, 79, 80.

Kingsburgh, description of, 149;
the preamble of his bond, 220;
his one song, 222; examined
about the dress of Flora Mac-
donald's maid, 222, 223.

Knox, John, his burial place, 44;
Johnson's indignation at, ibid.

Ladies, young, education of, 235,

Landlords should hold by a good

tenant, 252; and tenants, 263.
Langley, Rev. Mr., 377.
Language, the pedigree of nations,

Late, Johnson too, in setting out

on the Tour, 270.
Latin, inscriptions should be in, as

more universal and permanent,

Laughing, Johnson's fits of, 213.
Laxity in talking. Johnson's, 306.
Laziness, Johnson says he has been

trying to cure his all his life ic

vain, 197.

Learning in England and Scotland

compared, 59.
Lectures, Johnson says he gives all

his, on water, 47.
Leechman, William, on prayer,

50 n. Dr., principal of the college

at Glasgow, 322.
Leibnitz, Johnson and Dr. Mac-
lean, their amusing dispute about

his character, 246.
Library at St. Andrews compared

with those at Oxford, 46; at.

Calder Manse, 93; in the Chap-
ter-house at Worcester, 396.
Life, the, of Johnson, Buswell

collects materials for, 269.
Lindsay, Lady Anne, author of the

beautiful ballad, 'Auld Robin

Gray,' 348; her compliment to

Johnson, 349.
Literary property, the rights of,

Literature, French and English,

compared, 268.
Liturgy, Johnson discourses on

the advantage of a, 318.
Live while you live, epigram by

Doddridge, 232.
Lleweney-hall, Johnson stays at,

three weeks, 381.
Lochbuy and his Lady, Antedilu-
vians, 296.
Loch Lomond visited, 317.
Lochiern, the harbour reached in

the gale, 242.
Llwyd (Lloyd), Humphry, MP.,

a Welsh physician, bas-relief of,

in the Church at IVnbigh, 383.
Locke, J., his Latin poem prefixed

to Dr. Sydenham's works, 70.
London, Johnson's, quoted, 8.
Loudon, John, Earl of, his fine

character and hospitality, 324;

Lady, his mother, her vivacity

at, 95, 323.
Louis XIV., Voltaire many years

in collecting material for his,

Lovat, Thomas, Lord, pyramid to,

in Durinish Churchyard, 199.

Lovat, Simon, his 2.000 men
brought him to the block. 345.

"Love of fame," Doddridge's
quoted, 231.

Lowther, Sir James, his wealth
and avarice, S7.

Luther, his allowing the Land-
grave of Hesse to have two wives
discussed, 182.

Luxury defended by Johnson,

Lyttelton, Sir Edward, a person of
agreeable conversation, 396.

.Mrs., forces Mrs. Thrale to

play whist to her annoyance,

Macaulny. Lord, his criticism on
Mr. Croker's note concerning
Montrose. 257.

Rev. Kenneth, his account of

St. Kilda. 91 : called by John-
son a " bigot to laxness," 93.

Kev. John, minister of Inve-

rarv, 309, 313 n.; account of
both, 313 n.

Macbeth, Johnson recites from the
tragedy of, 89; the castle of,
100; the heath, 89.

MacCraes, the, account of their
determined mutiny, 112; their
history, 190.

MacCruslick,the,a species of satyr,

Macdonald, Sir James, monument
to, 120; account of, and letters
to his mother, 121, 122.

Sir Alexander, 118 ; his ava-
rice, 272; his verses to Johnson
in Sky, 369.

Malcolm, his share in Charles

Edward'sescape, 162 166; boasts
that he " went to London to be
hanged, and returned in a post-
chaise with Flora Macdonald,"

James, Kingaburgh'i brother,


—— Flora, Johnson's meeting
with, 150; account of, 150 n.;
tells Johnson the story of the

Prince's escape, 153; letter

from, 168. Lady Margaret, anecdote of,

and the 1'r nee of Wales, 154;

her popularity in Sky, 223.
Macdonalds, the, at Armidtle,

117 ; their punch-bowl, 117 n.
Hoci/ilUc/mlbim, the Laird of

Rasav, 129.
Mackenzie, Mr. Henry, his pathe-
tic tales, 236. Sir George, his works quoted,

178 n.
Mackinnon's Cave visited, 288;

Scott's note on, ibid.
Mackinnon, Mrs., Kingsburgh's

daughter, 222, 227.
Maelaurin, Mr., his epitaph on his

father, the great mathematician,

33, 34.
Maclean, Donald, the young Laird

of Col, 214-287. See Col. Miss, an accomplished lady,


Sir Allan, at Inchkenneth,

279; in an unpleasant neigh-
bourhood, 298-9.

Dr., a ''decent ecclesiastic,"

in Col, 246.

Macleod, General, account of, 143.

Miss, the belle of Kasay,


Sir Rorie, ofDunvegan, 174.

Mr. Malcolm, described, 130.

Lady, of Dunvegan, Johnson

pronounces a rine lady, 174.

Alexander, called the McCrus-

lick. 134.

Johnson's letter of thanks to,


John, his letter to Boswell on

receiving a copy of the Journey
to the Western Isles, 356; his-
tory of the family, 357.

Macleods Maidens, 201 n.; and
his dining-table, 202.

Macpherson, Dr., his Dissertations
on Ancient Caledonians, 127,
173; his fine Latin ode, 229.

Mr. William, on Macbeth's-

heath, 89.

Macciuarrie, his hospitable recep-
tion in the isle of Ulva, 276.
Macqueen, Mr. Donald, described,

l.iO; Johnson's regard for, 189;

ui companies Johnson, 212;

takes leave of him affectionately,

219 n.
MaiSweyn, account of, 248.
Mallet, a prettily dressed puppet,

Malthe, Chevalier de, story of his

shabby carriage, 81, 82.
Man, " He was a man yesterday,"

said a Highland servant watch- i

ing his master's dead body,

Man of Feeling and Man of the

World, 236.
Manners, change of, 43.
Mansfield, Lord, knows the law of

Kngland as well as a carrier

knows the road, 344; Johnson

compared with, by the people of

Ellon, 73.
Martial, Hay's translation of, 321.
Martin, Mr., his Description of the

Western Isles of Scotland, 1,

2 n.
Mary Queen of Scots, Tytler's

vindication of, 337 n.
Mason, his Heroic Epistle to Sir

W. Chambers, 153.
Meditation on a Pudding, John-
son's joke of a, 305.
Melancholy, Johnson inherited

from his father a vile, 180.
Memory will play strange tricks,

Mircheta Mtdierum, an old law,

Methodist, the Duchess of Argyle

accuses Boswell of being one,

Methodists and missions discussed,

Mickle, W. J., his play, the Siege

of Marseilles, 303.
Middlewich, a mean old town, 379.
Mile, Johnson and the Highlanders

cannot agree as to the length of

one, 117,

Millar, Prof. John, tells Scott an
evidently false story of Johnson
and Adam Smith, 370.

Miller, Philip, author of the Gar-
dener's Dictionary, 58 n.

Mine, lead, Johnson and JBoswell
visit one, 261.

Moliere, one of the three French
poets who, Johnson says "go
round the world," 268.

Moltzer, called Micyllus, 377.

Monboddo, Lord, account of, 55 n.;
Johnson visits, 58-60; his young
son, 60 n.; disputes with John-
son as to the comparative merits
of shopkeepers and savages, 62;
his strange notions ridiculed,

. House, a wretched place.


Montagu, Mrs., her essay on
Shakespeare, Mrs. Piozzi's note
on, Boswell'sremarks on, and re-
joinder, 209.

Montgomery, Sir James, Lord
Chief Baron at the time when
Johnson wrote the Tour, 15.

Montrose, the Marquis of, hanged
and beheaded, at Edinburgh,
257; Macaulay's criticism on
Mr. Croker's note concerning,
257 n.; letters from, 257-8.

Motion, The, a caricature of Wal-
pole, 244.

Mount Edgcumbe, the grandest
situation in England, but not
equal to that of Slains Castle,

Museum, Dr.'Boswell's, visited by-
Johnson, 343.

Music, History of, by Sir John
Hawkins, 53 n.; by Dr. Charles
Burney, 53.

Myddelton, Mr., his hospitable
welcome, 392, 393; his motto,

Nairn, "a miserable place," 91.
Kairne, Mr. William, accompanies

Johnson and Boswell as far as

St. Andrews, 37.

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