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Tacitus, quoted to Boswell by a neighbour at Auchinleck, 3.11.

Tuisck, account of people hearing taiscks, 128.

Tidisker, described, 211 j the laird of. 214, a 19.

Tanning, Johnson's knowledge of the process of, 209.

Tea, Mrs. Boswell indulges Johnson's taste for, 11.

Theophilus Insulauus, a treatise on second sight, 191.

Thompson, William, author of The Man in the Moon, 3U2.

Thrale, Mrs., Johnson's Latin ode to, 126; her influence exerted to persuade Johnson to undertake the Tour, 3 n.; Johnson refuses to drink her health in whisky, 301; Johnson accuses her of flattery and she retorts thai she has to be civil for two, 384.

Mr., Johnson is angry because he sits silent, 236.

Threshing and thatching, Johnson's ideas about, 226.

Tobermorie described, 266.

Tour.Johnson and Boswell make the, too late in the season, 27U; conclusion of it, 352.

Transubstantiation, Johnson discusses, 52.

Trapaud, Mr., deputy governor of Fort Augustus, 105.

Traveller, Goldsmith's, quoted, 299.

Trees, only two in Fife, 353.

Trevelyan, Mr., his Life of Lord Maeaulay, quoted, 92, 93.

Trinity, Johnson on the doctrine of the, 66.

Troughton, Lieutenant, described by Mrs. Thrale, 389.

Tuli's Husbandry, Johnson and J)r. John Campbell, dispute over, 281.

Turkish Spy, The. Johnson finds at a house in Mull, 296.

Tyers, Tom, his saying that Johnsonwas like a ghost, 54.

Tyler, William, •' the acute vindi

cator of Mary Queen of Scots,"

337 n.; thinks Kmgal genuine.

338 n.

Ulinish, its great cave and line garden, 202; the laird of, much struck with the variety of Johnsun's information, 210 ; his boatj 212.

Ulva, the custom, there, of giving a sheep to the chief on the marriage of the tenants, 277.

"Understanding, a lady of a mighty unpliable," 254.

Unfortunate fair ones, Johnson chooses wrong instances of, 32, 33.

Union, benefits of the, to Scotland, expatiated on rather strongly, 99.

Urie, Capt, breakfasts with John son «t Fort Augustus, 105.

Urn, Mr. Myddelton erects an urn to commemorate Johnson's visit, 394.

Ursa Major, Lord Auchinleck's name for Johnson, 334.

Vanity of Human Wishes, quoted, 32.

Veronica, Countess of Kincardine, Boswell's great grand mot her, 13.

Boswell's daughter, 13.

'Verse sweetens toil,' &c., lines quoted by Johnson, 91.

Vicious intromission, Johnson dictates a law paper on, for Boswell, 32.

"Vinegar cruet, a mind as narrow as the neck of a," 231.

Vitriol, oil of, Burke's sally about Johnson's being like, 4 n.

Voltaire, Boswell tells him of Juhnson's intention to visit the Highlands, 1-2; his saying about Prince Charles, quoted, 165; on the misfortunes of the Stuarts, 166; Boswell reads his kistory of the war in 1741 in Sky, 233; still on his trial, Johnson says, 268; many years collecting material fur Louis XIV., 342.

Wages and prices, Johnson's notions concerning, 226.

Walk. A young man in Col walked two hundred miles and back every year for the sake of learning. 260.

Walker, Mr. Hobert, one of the clergymen described in Guy Mannering, 341.

Walpole, Sir Hubert, a fixed star, 294.

Warburton, his relations with Pope, 60; Johnson thought his abuse so extended as to become ineffectual, 69; his contest with Lowth, 96, 97.

Waterfalls, fifteen within a quarter of a mile, 217.

Watson, Dr., the historian of Philip II., 42.

Webster, Dr. Alexander, account of his double character for religion and gaiety, 35,

Wesley, thought of religion only, 21.

Whig, Johnson's hatred of a, 21S.

Whisky, served Highland fashion in a shell, 249.

Whitby, Dr. Daniel, his Commentary", 236.

White Horse, Boyd's Inn, Edinburgh. Johnson arrives at, 9.

Whit Held had a mixture of politics and ostentation, 21; his great eloquence, 21.

"Wig, a yellowish bushy," part of

the costume of a Highland

gentleman, 130. Wilberlbrce, Correspondence of

William, quoted, 371. Wilkes, Mr., Hogarth's caricature

of, 152; Johnson's ion mot

about, 294 n. Williams, Hanbury, has no fame

but from boys who drank with

him, 230. Willis, Dr. Thomas, his discourses

on the Soul of Brutes. 271. Wind, the, louder in Col than in

any other place, " its noise all

its own," 354. Wisedome, Robert, his hymn,

'Preserve us, Lord,' 386 n. Wishart, Dr. William, against

Repentance, 215. Wit, Johnson called a dungeon of,

294. Wives, two allowed to the Land

grave of Hesse, 182. Worthington, Dr., a Welsh clergyman, 386. Writing, a man may write at any

time if he will set himself doggedly to it, 25. Wynne, Mrs. Glynn, sings Welsh

songs to Johnson, 392. Sir Thomas, Lord Newborough, 339 n.

Yesterday. 'He was a man yesterday,' a Highland servant's definition of death, 249.

Young, Dr., read to Johnson his 'Conjectures on Original Composition," 231; cause of quarrel with his son, 232.

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