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Country, love of, ii. 68 ; life in the,

iii. 239; iv. 227 ; v. 75.
Courage, iv. 202.
Court of Session, mode of pleading

in, v. 316.
Coverley, Sir Roger de, ii. 237.
Cowdray Hall, iv. 115.
Cowley, Hurd's Select Works of, iii.

17; J.'s Life of, iv, 34 ; his con-

densation of thought, v. 274.
Coxeter, Thomas Eyre, makes large

collection of Works of British

Poets, iii. 105.
Cradock, Mr., author of "Zobeide,"

iii. 23.
Credulity, French, v. 262; English

not less than Scotch, v. 308.
Creeds and confessions, v. 86.
Criticism not injurious to authors, iii.

283; Kames's Elements of, ii. 61.
Cromwell, J.'s projected Life of, iv.

160.
Crosbie, Mr. Andrew, ii. 240; v. 27;

his comparison of the English and

Scotch, v. 7.
Crosses, ancient, v. 132.
Crowns, Three, Inn, at Lichfield, ii.

295.
Cruikshank, Mr., surgeon, J.'s letter

to, iv. 246.
Cullen, town of, v. 76.

Dr., iv. 179; v. 26.
Culloden, battle of, ii. 174; v. 151.
Cumberland, Mr., Odes of, iii. 26 ;

his “Fashionable Lovers," v. 136.
Cumming, Thomas, theQuaker,v. 69.

Deeds, remarks on registration of, iv.

58.
De Foe, Daniel, J.'s opinion of, iii.

180.
“ Deformities of J.," iv. 108.
Dempster, George, Esq., his high

opinion of J.'s conversation, i. 251;

letter on Ji's Journey, v. 321.
Demonax Johnson, so styled by Rev.

Dr. Francklin, iv. 30.
Denis, St., J.'s description of, ii. 256.
Dennis, John, the critic, iii. 24.
Derby, manufactory of china at, iii.

109; J.'s marriage at, i. 42.
Derrick, Mr., the poet, J.'s regard

for, i. 221.
Desmoulins, Mrs., i. 21, 131 ; J.'s

kindness to, iii. 151, 298; her ac-

count of J., i. 32.
Devil, printer's, marriage of a, iv. 73.
Devonshire, J.'s trip to, i. 215; Duke

of, iii. 125.
Devotion, remarks on, iv. 155.
Diary, Ji's, i. 27.
Diaries, remarks on, ii. 141.
Dictionary of the English language

by J., i. 96, 97, 143, 271; plan
of, dedicated to Lord Chesterfield,
i.97; anecdote of its commence-
ment, i. 97; amanuenses employed
on, i. 99; principal publishers of,
i. 97, 162; published, i. 165; pre-
face to, i. 165, 168; definitions in,
i. 167, 168; Garrick's compli-
mentary epigram on, i. 169; au-

thorities cited, iv. 11.
Dictionaries, pronouncing, ii. 106.
Dick, Sir Alexander, iv. 179; v. 29;

letter to J. from, iii. 65.
Dilly, Messrs., booksellers, iii. 4, 40;

dinners at, ii. 218; iii. 40-43, 191;
iv. 76, 190 ; letters from J. to, iïi.
83; iv. 177; death of E. Dilly, iii.

266.
Dinner, at J.'s house, on Easter

Sunday, ii. 140.
Divorce, remarks on, iii. 236.
Dixie, Sir Wolstan, i. 34.
Dodd, Dr., iii. 78, 79, 110; iv. 144;

J.'s interference in behalf of, iii.
93-100; his “Thoughts in Prison,”

iii. 181.
Doddridge, Dr. Philip, his fine epi-

gram, v. 216.
Dodsley, Robert, author and pub-

DALRYMPLE, Sir John, entertains J.,

v. 317; his Memoirs of Great Bri-
tain and Ireland, ii. 136.

Sir David, vide Hailes.
Dancing, report of J.'s learning, iv.

62.
Danes, colony of, in Fifeshire, v. 47.
Davies, Thomas, actor and book-

seller, character of, i. 224; in-
troduces Boswell to J., i. 225; his
wife remarkable for beauty, i. 224,
281; his Life of Garrick, iii. 291;

letters from J. to, iv. 157, 246.
Death, remarks on, i. 191; ii. 62; iv.

109, 191, 203; v. 139; fear of, ii.
71; iii. 197, 210; warrants signed
by Sixtus Quintus on his death-
bed, v. 190.

“Dunciad,” criticism on, ii. 58.
Dundas, Henry Viscount Melville,

i. 148; ii. 106; iii. 143.
Dun, Rev. Mr., v. 304.
Dun Can, a high mountain, v. 132.
Duncombe, W. Esq., of Canterbury,

iii. 211.
Dunning's, Mr.,Remark on J.,iii.162.
Duntulm Castle, ancient residence of

the Macdonalds, v. 112.
Dunvegan Castle, seat of Macleod,

v. 162, 175, 185.
Durham on the Galatians, v. 304.
Dutch language, affinity to English,

iii. 158; Johnson tries in advanced
life to learn it, iv. 22 ; v. 202 ;
Dyer's “ Fleece,” subject unpoet-
ical, ii. 289.

lisher, purchases copyright of J.'s
“London," i. 61; advises J. to
address plan of his Dictionary to
Lord Chesterfield, i. 97, 98 ; his

Preceptor," i. 102; describes
effect of J.'s letter to Chesterfield,
i. 147; his “Cleone” and “Public
Virtue,” iv. 21 ; is one of the
purchasers of “Rasselas,” i. 195;

his character, ii. 286.
Dogs, Maclean of Col could run

down, v. 261; J. separates two
fighting dogs, ii. 194 ; describes a
well-shaped bull-dog, iii. 127;
eaten at Otaheite and China,

ii. 150.
Dominicetti's medicated baths, ii. 66.
Donaldson, Alexander, bookseller, i.

253.
Douglas cause, famous Scots law-
suit, ii. 39; v. 12.

Rev. Dr., Bishop of Salis-
bury, detects Lauder's forgery, i.
126; sups at the Crown and An-
chor with J., ii. 46; his opinion
on ecclesiastical discipline, iv. 189.

--, Tragedy of, by John Home,
J.'s contempt for, ii. 207 ; v. 287.
Draughts, game of, tranquillizes the

mind, i. 179.
Dress, ii. 306 ; J.'s gay dress as a

dramatic author, i. 108; his care-
less morning style, i. 228; im-
proved dress, iii. 219; iv. 220; his
dress on his Scottish tour, v. 5;

time wasted in dressing, 45.
Drinking, much declined of late

years, v. 38 ; arguments against,

iii. 24, 114, 261 ; v. 257.
Drummond, William, the poet, his

Cypress Grove,” v. 139 ; his
seat of Hawthornden visited, 318.

Mr. W., the bookseller,
J.'s letters to, on translating the
Scriptures into the Gaelic lan-
guage, ii. 25-27.
Dryden, John, compared with Pope,

by Voltaire and J., ii. 11, 60; his
dedications, v. 189; his coffee-
house habits, iii. 45 ; his religious
opinions, 235 ; iv. 37; his philo-

sophical lines on life, iv. 206.
Duelling, J.'s defence of, ii. 118; iv.

147 ; v. 9, 182.
Dunbui, a remarkable rock, v. 68.

EAGLE, classical fable of, v. 174.
Early rising, J.'s aversion to, iii. 113.
East Indies, wealth acquired in, iii.

298.
Economy, paltry, iii. 200.
Edensor, Inn, Derbyshire, iii. 140.
Edial House, J.'s Academy, i. 43.
Edinburgh, J.'s arrival in, v. 7;
White Horse Inn, v. 7.

--, Episcopal Chapel in, v.
12; Parliament House, v. 12;
Holyrood House, v. 25; Št. Giles's
Church, v. 23 ; College, v. 24 ;

Royal Infirmary, v. 24.
Education, J.'s opinion on, ii. 12,

262; public and private, v. 58;

Scotch, ii. 233; national, iv. 150.
Edwards on Grace, discussion on,
iii. 195.

Rev. Dr., letter from J. to,
iii. 248.

Mr., J.'s fellow-collegian,
meeting with, iii. 203, 206.
Eels, skinning of, iii. 256.
Eglintoune, Earl of, remark on J.'s

manners, ii. 48; character of, v.
114; shot by Mungo Campbell,
iii. 126.

Countess of, celebrated for
her beauty and accomplishments,

v. 298; adopts J. as her son, v. 299.
Egyptians, ancient, discussion as to

appearance, iv. 93.
Eldon, Lord, opinion on law of copy-

right, v. 32.
Election, freedom of, ii. 219.

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“Essay on Man,” Pope's, Boling-

broke's share in, iii. 269.
Evil, origin of, v. 82.
Exaggeration, its bad effects, iv. 63,

126.
Excise, J.'s definition of, i. 167.
Execution, account of one, v. 72.
Exhibition of paintings, i. 209; iv.

140.
Extravagance, iii. 178, 212, 236.

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“Elfrida," Mr. Mason's, criticised,

ii. 217.
Elgin v. 79, 81; cathedral, v. 79.
Elibank, Lord, his admiration of Ji's

powers, iii. 15; J.'s character of,
v. 307 ; letter to Boswell, v. 140;

to J., v. 141.
Eliot, Mr., of Port Eliot, iv. 61.
Elizabeth, Queen, her learning,iv. 16.
Ellis, Jack, the money scrivener,

iii. 13.
Ellon, landlady at, her opinion of J.

V. 66.
Elphinstone, Mr. James, i. 114, 115;

his edition of the “ Rambler," i.
114; letters from J. to, i. 115, 116;

notice of, ii. 146.
Elwal, the heretic, ii. 109.
Emigration, iii. 156; v. 11, 53, 160.
England, Church of, ii. 114; disci-

pline of, iv. 190.
English Divines, iii. 166; Law, iv.

210; English and Jewish History

compared, v. 269.
Englishmen, their reserve towards
strangers, iv. 134.

and Frenchmen com-
pared, iv. 17.
Entails, ii. 276 ; v. 70 ; J.'s letters

on, ii. 266, 269, 271.
Enthusiasm, ancient Highland, v.113
Envy natural to mankind, iii. 182.
Epictetus on the voyage of death, v.

221.
Epigram, Johnson's, to Richard Sa-

vage, i. 86 ; Garrick's, on Ji's Dic-
tionary, i. 169; on a miracle, iii.
205; one of the finest in the lan-

guage, v. 216.
Epitaphs, on Elizabeth Blaney, i. 3 ;
on Phillips, the singer, i. 76; on
Mrs. Johnson, i. 133; on Admiral
Byng, i. 133; on Soame Jenyns,
by Boswell, i. 179 ; on Goldsmith;
iii. 52; on Dr. Adams, iv. 255; on
Dr. J., iv. 287; on Smollett, v.
292; on Sir J. Macdonald, v.

115; J.'s essay on, i. 75.
Erasmus, iv. 202.
Errol, Earl of, visit to, v. 67, 71.

Countess of, v. 67, 68.
Erskine, Hon. Thomas, afterwards

Lord, ii. 114, 115 ; Sir Harry, i.

222; Rev. Dr., v. 311.
Estates, sale of, v. 254.

FALCONER, non-juring Bishop, iï.251
Falkland Islands, J.'s pamphlet on,

ii. 90.
“False Alarm," J.'s pamphlet, ii. 75,

76; remarks on answer to, iv. 28.
Fame, remarks on, iii. 177 ; v. 317;

literary, ii. 230.
Family Chronicle,v.116; pride,v.210
Farmer, Rev. Dr., letters from J.

to, ii.'77 ; iii. 284.
Farquhar, George, his writings, iv.

13.
Faulkner, George, v. 26.
Female characters, J.'s, i. 122.
Ferguson, Sir Adam, ii. 111; Dr.

Adam, v. 24.
Ferns, deanery of, iv. 58.
Fiction, real, little in the world, iv.

161.
Fidelity, conjugal, iii. 15.
Fielding, Henry, i. 139; ii. 114; and

Richardson, curious comparison
between, ii. 38, 114.
Fife, Earl of, v. 76.
Findlater, Lord, v. 77.
Fitzherbert, Mr., remarks on, iii.

100; Alleyne, Minister to Court

of Russia, i. 32.
Fladder, Isle of, v. 133.
Flattery, generally pleasing, ii. 234 ;

of Johnson, ïïi. 197.
Flaxman, Mr., origin of J.'s dislike

to, iv, 220.
Fleet Street, i. 266; ii. 218; iii. 202.
Flint, Bet, iv. 77.
Florentine boar, iii. 156.
Florizel and Perdita, song in, ii. 55.
Floyd, Thomas, the author, i. 263.
Floyer, Sir John, “ Treatise on Cold

Baths," i. 38 ; iv. 183.
Foote, Sam., ii. 63, 64, 103, 195, 259;

iii. 43, 124; iv. 189; v. 19, 219.
Forbes, Sir William, v. 10, 28; let-

ter to Boswell, v. 325.

Ford, Parson, i. 11 ; story of his

ghost, iii. 236.
Forests, Scotch, v. 188.
Forres, v. 81 ; pillar, v. 82.
Fort Augustus, v. 100; George, v.88.
Fortitude and Insensibility, i. 19.
Foster, Elizabeth, grand-daughter of

Milton, i. 125.
Foulis, Messrs., v. 296; Sir James, v.

114, 191.
“Fountains, the,”a tale by J., ii. 24.
Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, iii.

179 ; iv. 119, 191, 200 ; his con-

versation, iv. 119.
France, J.'s, visit to, ii. 243; Journal

of Tour in, ii. 249; royal family of,
ii. 242 ; state of literature in, iii.

171.
Fraser, Mr., of Strichen, v. 74; Gen-

eral, iii. 3.
Freewill, remarks on, iii. 195; iv.

222.
French writers, their superficial cha-

racter, i. 261; character, ii. 259;
maid of honour, flattery by a, iii.
210; invasion, fear of, iii. 219;
garrulity, iv. 17; blunder from
ignorance of language, iv. 28; li-
terature, iv. 162; manners, iv. 17,

162; credulity, v. 262.
Friday, Good, J.'s strict observance

of, ii. 227; iii. 210.
Friends, J.'s anxiety for religious

improvement of, iv. 280; attention

of, in J.'s last illness, iv. 276.
Friendship, ii. 231 ; iii. 195; acti-

vity of J.'s, iv. 231; importance

of old, v. 61; ode to, i. 82.
Funeral, an extraordinary one,v.186;

J.'s, iv. 283.
Future State, recognition in, ii. 107.

259; iv. 71, 188; v. 90, 193, 217;
J.'s envy of, i. 88, 226; iii. 14,
209 ; becomes manager of Drury
Lane Theatre, i. 106 ; epigram on
J.'s Dictionary, i, 169; death of,
iii. 251; monument in Lichfield
Cathedral, iii. 251; expense of his
funeral, iv. 144; J.'s eulogium on,
iii. 160; his embarrassment in
Westminster Hall, v. 193 ; and
Foote compared, v. 310 ; letter
from, to Boswell, v. 277 ; Mrs.,
account of, iv. 71 ; Captain, i. 31;
George, i. 43; Peter i. 46 ; ii.

289, 296, 299 ; iii. 276.
Gastrel, Mrs., ii. 302 ; iii. 276.
Gataker “On Loots and the Christian

Watch," v. 240.
Gay's “Beggar's Opera,” ii. 235.
Gentleman's Magazine, i. 54, 55, 56,

57, 71, 75, 76, 78, 81, 87, 95, 181;

extraordinary sale of, iii. 216.
George II., i. 74, 114 ; III., pre-

sented with manuscript of “Irene,”
i. 51; accession of, i. 202, 213 ;
v. 159; pension to J. from, i. 213;
J.'s interview with, ii. 30-4;

reign of, iv. 139.
Gerrard, Dr., v. 63.
Ghosts, ii. 108, 116, 119 ; iii. 155,

199, 236, 238, 180; iv. 71.
Gibbon, Edward, the historian, ii.

223 ; iii. 32, 169.
Gibbons, Dr., dissenting minister,

iv. 93.
“Gifford, Old,” manager of Good-

man's-Fields' Theatre, i. 89.
Gillespie, Dr., iv. 179.
Glasgow, ii. 172.
Glenelg, wretched inn at, v. 110.
Gleig, Mr., Montrose, v. 49.
Glenshiel, v. 106.
Glenmoriston, laird of, v. 102.
Gobelin's Tapestry, ii. 249.
Goldsmith, Oliver, i. 239, 240, 241;

ii. 16, 127, 144, 149, 150, 153,
155, 167; iii. 22, 170, 182; v. 76,
103; his peculiar dress, ii. 58; love
of talking, ii. 122, 163, 165, v. 219;
quarrel with Evans the bookseller,
ii. 135; quarrel with Johnson, ii.
163; anecdotes of, i. 240 ; ii. 35,
58, 167 ; iv. 14, 26 ; v. 67; project
of going to Aleppo, iv. 23 ; his
death, ii. 181 ; debt at his death,

GAELIC, proposal to translate Bible

into, ii. 24-27.
Gaming, ii. 115 ; iii. 14.
Garragantua,J.compared to, iii. 173.
Gardening, oriental, v. 145.
Gardens, remarks on, iv. 142.
Gardenstone, Lord, v. 50.
Gardiner, Mrs., i. 133.
Gardner, Mr., the bookseller, ii. 222.
Garrick, David, i. 43, 47, 75, 103,

106, 169, 226, 229, 279; ii. 55,
59, 87, 147, 151, 211, 262; iii. 21,
31, 44, 173, 174, 175, 177, 209,

275 ;

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his

museum, ii. 298; letter
from J. to, iv. 167.
Greenwich, J.'s residence at, i. 50;

J. and B. at, i. 265.
Gregory, Dr., Edinburgh, v. 29.
Grief on loss of friends, iii. 92.
Groot, De, J.'s kindness to, iii.

82.
Ground, consecrated, v. 131.
Grub street, iv. 132.
Grugach stones, Highland supersti-

tion, v. 127.
Guardians, iii. 268.
Gulliver, Mrs., Pope's epistle in

name of, v. 104.
Gustavus Adolphus, Dr. Harte's

History of, iv. 61.
Guthrie, Mr. William, i. 57.
Gwyn, the architect, ii. 281.

ii. 181; J.'s epitaph on, iii. 52;
his “ Vicar of Wakefield,” iii. 215;
his comedies refused by Garrick
and Colman, iii. 215; J.'s prologue
to “Goodnatured Man,” ii. 36;
Traveller," ii. 11;

“Deserted
Village,” ii. 12; “Life of Parnell,”
ii. 109;

Animated Nature,” ii.
119, 150; “Goldy,” so called by

J., ii. 166.
Good breeding, in what it consists, ii.

57 ; effect of, iv. 216.
Goodier, Samuel, Esq., v. 19.
Good humour acquirable, v. 166.
Goodness, observations upon na-

tural, v. 169.
Gordon, Lord George, iii. 286 ; iv.

66 ; his riots, J.'s account of, iii.
285-9.

Sir Alexander, v. 58.

Alex., Duke of, and his
castle, v. 80.

Professor Thomas, Aber-
deen, v. 57.
Gory, Lord Monboddo's servant,

V. 55.
Gout, J. afflicted with, iv. 164.
Government, iii. 28, 190; purchases,

iv. 224 ; influence, ii. 79, 227,

228; iv. 63.
Gower, Earl, Pope recommends J.

to, i. 65.
Graddaned meal in Highlands, v.

129.
Graham, Lord, iii. 257; Miss (Lady

Dashwood), iii. 273.
Grainger, Dr., ii. 290; his Biogra-

phical Dictionary, v. 202 ; Ode on

Solitude, iii. 133.
Grange, Lady, strange history of,

v. 179.
Grant, Rev. Mr., of Daviot, v. 86, 96,
Gratitude, a fruit of cultivation, v.

184.
Grattan, Mr., Speech on Irish free-

dom, iv. 215.
Grave,” Blair's, iii. 28.
Gray, the poet, J.'s opinion of, i. 232;

poems, ii. 108, 212, 217; odes, iv.

16.
Greek, J.'s advice on study of, iii.

272; J.'s knowledge of, iv. 262;
compared to lace by J., iv. 23 ;

Clenardus's Grammar, iv. 21.
Green, Mr. Richard, apothecary, iii.

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Habit, force of, ii. 217.
Hackman, Mr., trial of, for murder

of Miss Ray, iii. 258.
Hailes, Lord (Sir David Dalrymple),

i. 148, 260); ii. 242, 264, 268, 271 ;
iv. 214; v. 20, 29; “ Annals of
Scotland,” ii. 179; iii. 34 ; Letter

to Boswell, v. 320.
Hales, John, of Eton, iv. 214.
Hale, Lord Chief Justice, iv. 211.
Hall, Bishop, ii. 13; Mrs., letter

from John Wesley to, iv. 69.
Hamilton, Hon. Gerard, i. 285; let-

ters from J. to, iv. 169, 245 ; kind-
ness to J., iv. 169 ; of Bangor's
Poems, iii. 101.

Mr., of Sundrum, v. 19.

Duke, v. 283; Lady Betty,
v. 285.
Hamlet, iv. 58.
Hammond's “Love Elegies,” v. 214.
Hampstead, Mrs., J.'s lodgings at, i.

131.
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, his edition of

Shakespeare, i. 93; epitaph on, i.

94; ii. 24.
Happiness, ii. 13 ; iii. 108, 134, 194;

Pope's remark on, ii. 225; not to
be found in this life, v. 140; in a
cottage considered, v. 233.
Hardyknute, Ballad of, ii. 61.
Harleian Miscellany, J.'s preface to,

i. 93.
Harrington, Dr., “Nugæ Antiquæ,”

iy. 128.

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