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Gout, Dr. Cadogan's book on the,
Grace, Latin, Johnson repeats the
Graham, Lady Lucy, married
Graham, Kev. George, author of
Grange, Lady, the story of her
Granger, the Kev. James, account
Gratitude,;' a fruit of great culti-
Gray, quoted by Boswell, 128.
Greensleeves, the old sung of,
Gribon, Mackinnon's Cave at, 288.
Guide, the Highland, and Johnson,
Guinea, Adventures of A, sent to
Gunning, Elizabeth, Duchess of
Gwynn, Mr., the architect, builds
Habits, Johnson's strange, 264,
Haddocks, Finnon, Sir Walter
Hagley, Little, the seat of the
Hailes, Lord, his remarks on Hist.
able day with, 346; gives Bos.
Lady Betty, account of,
308 n.; listens eagerly to John-
Palace, the outside very fine,
Grecian," Johnson calls a '' cox-
land Hill, visited, 379, 380.
History of Music, 53 n.
John, one of the Highland
guides, 102, 107, 113.
Headache, Boswell's, after the
Hebrides, Johnson and Boswell de-
Hell, Virgil's description of the
Hermes, by Mr. Harris, di&cussed,
Hermit, Johnson's fancy for the
Heroic Epistle, the, to Sir W.
Hervey's Meditations, Johnson
Hesse, the Landgrave of Hesse-
Highlanders, description of, 112..
Hill, Dr. George, author of Theo
Historians, the accuracy of, a mo-
History of the Isle of Man, by
Hogarth, his caricature of Wilkes
Hogshead of sense, Johnson so
Holywell described, 384.
Home, quoted by Boswell, 171;
Homer and Virgil, Johnson's knoxv-
Honest man! Johnson so called in
Hope, Sir William, his Complete
Dr. John, Johnson's compa-
Horace, Joknson quotes, in the
Hume, David, his house in Edin-
Hunting, Johnson rode hard, but
II nrlothrumbo, by Samuel John-
Hut, a Highland, visited, 103;
Hutchison, William, the honest
.Hymn, a quaint old, by Robert
Ignorance, extraordinary instance
II Cortegiano, by Castiglione, the
Impression, the gradual, made by
Inch Keith visited, 39.
Inch Kenneth, described by Walter
Independence, Boswell boasts that
Information, the variety of John-
Inns, only three in Edinburgh
Instruction and information. John-
Inverary reached, 301; account
Inverness, the party begin their
Iona, Icolmkill, Johnson and Bos-
Isa, the beautiful little island of,
Johnson, Charles, author of Ad-
Johnstone, Arthur, his poems
Joke, the lady who had no notion
Journal, Boswell's, begun, 42 n.;
Journey to the Western Islands,
Judge, a, a posteriori, 29.
Juvenal, Johnson quotes, 314,315.
Keith, Mr., Collector of Excise in
Kerr, Mr. James, Keeper of the
Kilda, St., History of, by Kenneth
Kilmarnock, Lord, beheaded on
Kingsburgh, description of, 149;
Knox, John, his burial place, 44;
Ladies, young, education of, 235,
tenant, 252; and tenants, 263.
on the Tour, 270.
more universal and permanent,
trying to cure his all his life ic
Learning in England and Scotland
his, on water, 47.
50 n. Dr., principal of the college
at Glasgow, 322.
his character, 246.
with those at Oxford, 46; at.
Calder Manse, 93; in the Chap-
collects materials for, 269.
beautiful ballad, 'Auld Robin
Gray,' 348; her compliment to
the advantage of a, 318.
three weeks, 381.
the gale, 242.
a Welsh physician, bas-relief of,
in the Church at IVnbigh, 383.
to Dr. Sydenham's works, 70.
character and hospitality, 324;
Lady, his mother, her vivacity
at, 95, 323.
in collecting material for his,
in Durinish Churchyard, 199.
Lovat, Simon, his 2.000 men
"Love of fame," Doddridge's
Lowther, Sir James, his wealth
Luther, his allowing the Land-
Luxury defended by Johnson,
Lyttelton, Sir Edward, a person of
.Mrs., forces Mrs. Thrale to
play whist to her annoyance,
Macaulny. Lord, his criticism on
Rev. Kenneth, his account of
St. Kilda. 91 : called by John-
Kev. John, minister of Inve-
rarv, 309, 313 n.; account of
Macbeth, Johnson recites from the
MacCraes, the, account of their
MacCruslick,the,a species of satyr,
Macdonald, Sir James, monument
Sir Alexander, 118 ; his ava-
Malcolm, his share in Charles
Edward'sescape, 162 166; boasts
James, Kingaburgh'i brother,
—— Flora, Johnson's meeting
Prince's escape, 153; letter
from, 168. Lady Margaret, anecdote of,
and the 1'r nee of Wales, 154;
her popularity in Sky, 223.
117 ; their punch-bowl, 117 n.
Scott's note on, ibid.
daughter, 222, 227.
father, the great mathematician,
of Col, 214-287. See Col. Miss, an accomplished lady,
Sir Allan, at Inchkenneth,
279; in an unpleasant neigh-
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-
Johnson's letter of thanks to,
John, his letter to Boswell on
receiving a copy of the Journey
Macleods Maidens, 201 n.; and
Macpherson, Dr., his Dissertations
Mr. William, on Macbeth's-
Macciuarrie, his hospitable recep-
l.iO; Johnson's regard for, 189;
ui companies Johnson, 212;
takes leave of him affectionately,
shabby carriage, 81, 82.
said a Highland servant watch- i
ing his master's dead body,
Kngland as well as a carrier
knows the road, 344; Johnson
compared with, by the people of
Western Isles of Scotland, 1,
vindication of, 337 n.
W. Chambers, 153.
from his father a vile, 180.
accuses Boswell of being one,
of Marseilles, 303.
cannot agree as to the length of
Millar, Prof. John, tells Scott an
Miller, Philip, author of the Gar-
Mine, lead, Johnson and JBoswell
Moliere, one of the three French
Moltzer, called Micyllus, 377.
Monboddo, Lord, account of, 55 n.;
. House, a wretched place.
Montagu, Mrs., her essay on
Montgomery, Sir James, Lord
Montrose, the Marquis of, hanged
Motion, The, a caricature of Wal-
Mount Edgcumbe, the grandest
Museum, Dr.'Boswell's, visited by-
Music, History of, by Sir John
Myddelton, Mr., his hospitable
Nairn, "a miserable place," 91.
Johnson and Boswell as far as
St. Andrews, 37.