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temptuous severity towards, i. 143,

175 n. ; iv. 339, 340.
Adams, Rev. Dr. William, master of

Pembroke College, Oxford, i. 30, 43,
47, 103, 152, 160, 171, 251, 252, 270,
496, 500; iii. 52, 155, 330; iv. 108,
116, 198; v. 293.
some account of, v. 293 n.
his account of the first representation

of Irene,' i. 171.
his Answer to Hume's Essay on Mi.

racles, iii. 330.
Johnson's letter to, v. 266.
Miss, afterwards Mrs. Hyett, v. 191."
George, the mathematical instrument
maker, Johnson's dedication to the king
of his · Treatise on the Globes,' i. 307;

ii. 44.
Addison, Joseph, i. l, 179 n., 180,

439, 513; ii. 241, 279, 316; iii. 3,
221, 411, 520; iv. 87, 140, 357, 446 ;
v. 232, 309, 309 n.

his · Notanda,' i. 179 n.
his · Remarks on Italy,' iii. 4, 221,

221 n.

- his style compared with Johnson's, i.
200.
absurd observation of Sir J. Hawkins
on the style of, i. 200 n.

his conduct towards Steele, iv. 420, 465.
- Johnson's opinion of, i. 201, 439, 513;

iv. 205.

- Johnson, Life of, iv. 420.
Address of the Painters to George the

Third on his accession, written by

Johnson, i. 342.
Adey, Mrs. ii. 61, 68; iv. 241, 266.

Miss Mary, i. 11 ; iii. 355 ; iv. 289.
Admiration, iii. 225, 236.
• Adventurer,' Dr. John Hawkesworth's,

i. 181, 211, 224, 237, 239, 240, 310.
the papers marked T, written by John.

son, i. 240; iv. 531, n.
Adventures of a Guinea,' by whom

written, ii. 500 n.
Adversaria,' specimen of Johnson's, i. 180.
Adversaries, not to be treated with respect,

266.
Advertisements, Johnson's, in the Gentle-
man's Magazine, i. 66, 132.
in the Universal Chronicle, i. 335.

ABERBROTHWICK, iii. 540.
Abercrombie, Mr. James, of Philadelphia,

his communications concerning Johnson,

ii. 195, 229 n.
Aberdeen, ii. 317.

Johnson's account of, iii. 541.
- butter, duel fought for the honour of,

iii. 38 n.
- William Gordon, second Earl of, ii.

360 n.
Aberdonians, ii. 329.
Abernethy, Rev. John, on the effect of

prayer, ii. 303.
- some account of, ii. 303 n.
Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, fourth Earl

of, bon-mot of, iv. 324 n.
Abington, Mrs. the actress, iii. 196, 199,

204, 224, 249.
Abjuration, oath of, iii. 196.
Absenteeism, iv. 28, 104.
Absentee tax, iv. 299.
Absolute princes, iii. 245.
Abstemiousness, Johnson's, i. 74 n., 480 ;

ii. 8, 44, 173, 259, 435, 487, 510;

iii. 228, 324, 389; iv. 158, 442.
Absurdities, use of delineating, iv. 349.
Abuse, personal, ii. 63, 358.

- Johnson's disregard of, iv. 245, 361.
Abyssinia, Lobo's voyage to, i. 55 ; iii. 373.

Prince of, see Rasselas.
Academy della Crusca send Johnson their

Vocabulary, i. 283.
Accent, Scotch, overcome by persever-

ance, ii. 152.
Accounts, keeping, v. 56.
Achilles, shield of, iv. 365.
Acis and Galatea, iv. 96 n.
Acquaintance, Johnson's numerous and

various, iii. 386 ; v. 107.
Acquaintances, i. 284; v. 55.
Acting, v. 132, 132 n.

tragic, Johnson's contempt of, ii. 273.
Action, in public speaking, ii. 199.
Active sports in young people, not to be

reckoned idleness, i. 23.
Activity of body, Johnson's, iv. 451.

of mind, Johnson's, iv. 197 n., 198 n.
Actor, qualities of a great, iv. 522 n.
Actors, i. 143, 144; ii. 91, 223, 273;
iii. 289; iv. 35; v. 133 n.
Johnson's prejudice against, and con-

in the Edinburgh newspapers, iii. 106.
Adultery, ii. 56.

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Ægri Ephemeris,' Johnson's, v. 1, 299.
Æneid, story of the, v. 100.
Æschylus, Potter's translation of, iv. 113.
Affectation, iv. 358; v. 469.

in writing, ii. 463.

of familiarity with the great, iv. 432.
Affection, natural, ii. 103; iv. 262; v. 90.

Johnson's, for Miss Boothby, i. 51;

iv. 426.
Agar, Welbore Ellis, esq. iii, 482 n.
Age, old, iv. 44, 110, 197, 391 ; v. 60, 174.
Agis,'

,'Home's tragedy of, ii. 424 n.
Aglaura,' Suckling's play of, iv. 179.
Agutter, Rev. William, v. 185 n.

his sermon on Johnson's death, v. 353.
Aikin, Miss Letitia, afterwards Mrs. Bar-

bauld, iii. 294, 294 n.; iv. 23, 379.

her imitation of Johnson's style, iv. 23.
Air-bath, Lord Monboddo's, iv. 16.
Akenside, Dr. Mark, i. 349; ii. 157;

iii. 368, 368 n., 396.
Akerman, Mr., keeper of Newgate, anec-

dotes of, iv. 317.

Johnson's eulogy on, iv. 318.
Alberti, Leandro, his classical description

of Italy, iii. 3, 221, 221 n.
Alchymy, iii. 250.
Alcibiades, iv. 122.

his dog, iv. 86.
Alfred, Johnson's wish to write the Life
of, i. 152.

• Anatomy of Melancholy,' Burton's, i.

379; iii. 329.
Ancestry, ii. 144.
• Ancient Ballads,' Dr. Percy's, iv. 137.
Ancient times, folly of praising, at the ex-

pense of modern, v. 98.
Anderdon MSS. v. 293, 307.
Anderson, Professor, at Glasgow, iii. 64,

66, 483.
- Dr. Robert, his “Life of Johnson,'
i. 22, 71, 172.

Mr., his ‘Sketches of the Native Irish,'
ii. 149; iii. 476.
Andrew's, St., ii. 296; iii. 539.

its library, ii. 299 n.
ruins of its cathedral, iii. 539.

its university, iii. 540.
Anecdotes, Johnson's love of, ii. 274.

general inaccuracy of, v. 261 n.
at second hand, little to be relied on,

v. 322 n.
Anfractuosities of the human mind, iv. 336.
Angel, Mr.John, his ‘Stenography,'ii.213.
Angel, fallen, v. 118.
Anne, Queen, Johnson touched by, for the
evil, i 16.

wits of her reign, iv. 202 n.
Annihilation, iii. 519; iv. 154.
• Animus equus,' the, not inheritable,

.

his will, v. 5, 5 n.
Algebra, the study of, recommended, iv.

399.
• Alias,' Johnson's exemplification of the

word, v. 97.
Allen, Rev. Thomas, ii. 523 n.

· Edmund, the printer, i. 326 n., 481;
ii. 523; iii. 504; iv. 125, 171, 466 ;
v. 284.
Johnson's letter to, v. 109.

Ralph, esq., ii. 314.
Alley Croker,' iv. 107, 107 n.
· All for Love,” Dryden's preface to, quoted,

iv. 486 n.
Alnwick Castle, iii. 538; iv. 128.
Althorp, Lord, pow Earl Spencer, iv. 309.

See Spencer.
• Amelia,' Fielding's, iii. 408, 408 n.
Ambition, iii. 404.
America, and the Americans, iii. 167, 169,

188; iv. 54, 57, 148, 174, 324 n.,
v. 64 n., 182.

right of Great Britain to tax, iv. 57.
Amusements, country, iv. 370.

a man known by his, v. 212.
Amyat, Dr. i. 367.

Ana,' the, French, iii. 4.
Anacreon, Baxter's, iii. 73; v. 42, 42 n.,

159.

Dove of, translated by Johnson, iv. 548 n.
-Fawkes's translation of, iv. 548 n.
Anaitis, temple of, i. 439, 442.
Analogy between body and mind, i. 28.

iii. 77.
Anonymous writings, iv. 246.
- Annus Mirabilis,' Tasker's, v. 49 n.
Anson, Lord, iv. 244, 244 n.
- Johnson's epigram on his temple of the

winds, iv. 244 n.
• Anthologia,' v. 299.
Antiquarian researches, iv. 194.
Apelles, the Venus of, iv. 477, 477 n.
Apocrypha, iv. 32.
Apology,' Cibber's, iii. 435.
Apology for the Quakers,' Barclay's,

iii. 345.
Apology, Johnson's readiness to make

one,
v. 218.
Apotheosis of Milton,' not written by

Johnson, i. '111.
Apparitions, i. 332, 414; ii. 11, 141,

157, 173, 178, 178 n; iv. 466, 469.
Appetite, riders out in quest of, v. 229.
Appius, Cicero's character of, applied to

Johnson, v. 291'n.
Applause, iv. 363.
April fools' day, iii. 473, 473 n.
Arabs, fidelity of, ii. 356.
Arbuthnot, Dr. John, i. 439; ii. 279.

Robert, esq. ii. 265, 265 n.
"Arcadia,' Sidney's, iii. 495 n.
Arches, comparative strength of semicir.

cular and elliptical, i. 340.
Architecture, ornamental, iii. 327.
Areskine, Sir John, ii. 52).
Arguing, Johnson's mode of, and fondness

for, iii. 371, 388; iv. 483 ; v. 179,
179 n., 210.

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Argument, Johnson's, on schoolmasters

and their duty, ii. 179, 540.
- on vicious intromission, ii. 189, 542.
- in defence of lay patronage, ii. 229, 546.

against Dr. Memis's complaint, that he
was styled doctor of medicine,' instead
of physician,' iii. 529.
- in favour of the corporation of Stirling,

iii. 530.
- on entails, iii. 302.

on the liberty of the pulpit, iii. 425, 532.
- on the registration of deeds, iv. 444.

in favour of a negro claiming his li-
berty, iv. 54, 507.

i. 52, 207, 207 n., 208; iv. 426 n.,

427 1.
Aston, Miss Mary, Johnson's epigram ad-
dressed to, i. 110; iv. 207 n.

Mrs. Elizabeth, i. 52; ii. 45 n., 119;-
iii. 255, 354, 358, 496; iv. 61.
Johnson's letters to, ii. 45, 70; iii. 468,

470, 499; iv. 62, 237, 241, 265,

291, 292; V. 25, 158.
Astley, Mr. Philip, the equestrian, iv. 285,
As You Like It,' the clown's answer in,

iv. 372.
Atheism, ii. 282.
Athol porridge,' iv. 449.

Atlas,' the race-horse, iii. 126 n.
Atonement, the great article of Christianity,

ii. 322, 322 n. ; iv. 41 n., 498, 498 n. ;

v. 332 1.
Attack, advantages which authors derive

from, ii. 499, 500; iii. 211.
Atterbury, Dr. Francis, Bishop of Ro.

chester, iv. 83, 102.
his funeral sermonon Lady Cutts, iv. 83.

style of his sermons, iv. 102.
Attorney general, ludicrous title given to,

iii. 440.
Attorneys, i. 385; iii. 39; v. 210.
Avarice, iii. 9, 404, 434; iv. 182, 372,-

375.
Auchinleck estate, iii. 74, 75 n., 299, 300,

565; iv. 30.
- Lord, Boswell's father, iii. 71, 72,
442 n. ; v. 12.

some account of, iii. 78, 78 n.
- designates JohnsonUrsa Major,'iii.79.
Auchnasheal, ii. 372.
Author, rarely hurt by his critics, iv. 307.
- the Young,' a poem by Johnson, i. 524.

Virgil's description of the entrance into
hell applied to, iii. 5.
Authors, i. 240; ii. 63, 222, 294, 499,

500; iii. 219, 384 ; iv. 33, 81, 180,
194, 195, 243, 244, 246, 495; v. 215,
227.
modern, the moons of literature, iv. 194.
attacks on them useful, ii. 499.
the casuistry which passes on the world
the production of one, for that of an-
other, condemned, i. 240, 240 n.

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48 12.

against a prosecution by the procurators
of Edinburgh against the publisher of a
libel, iv. 504, 523.

- and testimony, v. 179.
Argyle, Archibald, fourth Duke of, iii.

41.
- John, fifth Duke of, iii. 48.

Johnson's visit to, iii. 51.
Johnson's letter to, iii. 58.
his letter to Johnson, iii. 59.

Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of, iii. 48,
Ariosto, iv. 338.
Aristotle, saying of, iv. 345.

his • Poetics,' iii. 403, 403 n.
Arithmetic, Johnson's resort to, when his

fancy was disordered, iv. 394.
Arkwright, Sir Richard, v. 233.
Armidale, ii. 380, 501.
Armorial bearings, ii. 173.
Arms, piling of, why insisted on, iv. 222.
Armstrong, Dr. John, i. 338 n. ; üi. 481.
Army, officers of the, iii. 94.
Arnauld, Anthony, iv. 214.
Arnold, Dr. Thomas, his Observations

on Insanity,' iv. 26.
Art of Living in London,' i. 74.
Artificial ruins, iii. 157.
'Arts corrective,' ii. 527.
Articles, subscription to the thirty-nine,

ii. 106, 142, 142 n , 300.
Ascham, Roger, Johnson's Life of, i.

476.
Asaph, Bishop of, see Shipley.
Ascanius,' ii. 416 n,. 418
Ash, Dr. John, founder of the Eumelian

club, v. 304 n.
Ashbourne, iv. 31, 59.
Ashburton, Lord, see Dunning.
Assertion, v. 180 n.
Assize, maiden one, iv. 116.
Association of ideas, iv. 151.
Astle, Thomas, esq., keeper of the re-

cords in the Tower, i. 139.
Johnson's letter to, v. 4.
his notes on Alfred's will, v. 5, 5 n.
- Rev. Mr., Johnson's advice to, as to

his studies, v. 208.
Aston, Sir Thomas, i. 52, 52 n.

Miss Mary, afterwards Mrs. Brodie,

n.,

421 n.

Båch y Graig, iii. 135, 135 n.
Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam, ii. 456;
iv. 46.
Mallet's · Life' of, iv. 47.
his . History of Henry VII.,' ii. 441.

his precept for conversation, v. 121.
Badcock, Rev. Samuel, v. 321.

his visit to Johnson, v. 321.

some account of, v. 321 n.
Badenoch, Lord of, ii. 346, 346 n.

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Badini, Signor, anecdote of, v. 208 1.
Bad habits, v. 61 n.

management, iv. 177.
Bagshaw, Rev. Thomas, ii. 243.
- some account of, ii. 243 n.

Johnson's letter to, v. 267.
Bagpipes, iii. 8.
Baillie, Dr. Matthew, his recommendation

of card-playing, iii. 99 n.
Baker, Sir Richard, his Chronicles' quoted,

ii. 250 n.
- Sir George, v. 271.

- Mrs. ii. 31.
Balance of misery, v. 199, 371.
Balcarras, Earl of, iii. 448 n.
Ball without powder, iv. 339.
Ballantine, Mr. George, i. 350.
Balloons, v. 271, 273.
Ballow, Mr. Thomas, iii. 386.

some account of, 386 n.
Baltic, Johnson's proposed voyage to, iii.

498.
Bankes, Mr., of Dorsetshire, i. 116.
Banks, Sir Joseph, ii. 135, 138, 138 n.,

139; iii. 30 n.; iv. 233, 235.
- Johnson's motto for his goat, ii. 135.
Baptism, iii. 346; v. 189, 189 n.
Barbauld, Mr., iii. 294, 294 n.

Letitia, see Aikin.
Barber, Francis, Johnson's negro servant,

i. 212, 215, 218, 224, 225, 337 ; ii.
31 n., 63, 64, 120, 137 ; iii. 124 n.; iv.
232; v. 285, 339, 350.

Johnson's letter to, ii. 120.
Barclay, his “Ship of Fooles,' i. 263.

Mr., the young author, his defence of
Johnson's Shakspeare against Kenrick,
i. 517; ii. 499 11.
Robert, of Ury, his · Apology for the
Quakers,' ïï. 345.
- Robert, esq., one of Mr. Thrale's suc-
cessors, iv. 492; v. 414.

his character, iv. 492 n.
Baretti, Signor Giuseppe, i. 249, 265, 286,

322, 351, 359, 370; ii. 8 n., 58, 67, 93,
119, 194; iii. 166, 260, 265, 290, 290
n, 336, 372 n., 383 n., 413 n., 420 n.,
458; iv. 7, 23, 364, 427.
Johnson's letters to, i. 351, 359, 370.
his trial for murder, ii. 98; v. 221.
his “Travels,' ii. 119.
the first who received copy-money in
Italy, iv. 10.

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his strictures on Mrs. Piozzi's marriage,
iii. 413 n.

his ‘Frustra Letteraria,' iv. 23.
Bark, Peruvian, v. 192.
Barker, Dr. Edmund, i. 163, 308.
Barnard, Rev. Dr., bishop of Killaloe,

i. 71 n.; iii. 448, 448 n. ; iv. 93, 486.
altercation between Johnson and, on the

question, whether a man can improve

after the age of forty-five, iv. 487.
his pleasant verses thereon, iv. 488.

Barnard, Dr. provosť of Eton, iv. 199.

Francis, esq., afterwards Sir Francis,
king's librarian, ii. 34, 34 n., 35 n.
Johnson's letter of instructions to, on

the formation of the king's library, ii.

537.
Barnes, Rev. Joshua, iii. 73; iv. 351.
Barnwall, Nicholas, Lord Trimlestown,

iv. 82, 82 n.
- Thomas, his son, singular instance of

filial affection in, iv. 82 n.
Baron Hill, the seat of Lord Bulkeley,

iii. 147 n.
Barretier, John Philip, Johnson's Life of,

i, 119, 120, 129.
Barrington, Hon. Daines, iv. 484; v. 145.

- his " Essay on the Emigration of Birds,'

ii. 232.
- his Observations on the Statutes,' iv.

173.
Barrow, Dr. Isaac, his sermon against

foolish talking and jesting, iv. 478 n.
Barrowby, Dr., anecdote of, v. 191 n.
Barry, Sir Edward, his notion that pulsa-

tion occasions death by attrition, iii.
398.
· Spranger, the actor, i. 171.
Jaines, esq., the painter, v. 79, 98,
105, 113 n.,

145 1i.
Johnson's opinion of, v. 98, 105, 105 n.
his letter to, v. 79.
Sir N. v. 224.
Barter, Mr., ii. 158.
* Bas Bleu,' Miss Hannah More's poem

of, iv. 481.
Bashfulness, v. 209.

Bastard,' the, Savage's poem of, i. 142.
Bat, formation of the, iv. 209.
Bateman, Edmund, of Pembroke College,

his Lectures, i. 46.
Bath, Johnson's visit to, iii. 409.
Baths, Johnson's opinion of medicated, ii.

101.
Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, iii. 524.
Batheaston vase, Horace Walpole's plea-

sant account of, iii. 211 n.
Bathurst, Allen, first Earl, ii. 128 ; iv.

214, 276 n., 277, 278, 418.
Captain, i. 224.
Dr. Richard, i. 158, 163, 211, 224,
237, 239 n., 241 1., 371, 495; ii. 184,
205 ; iv. 360, 365.
some account of, 229 n.
his letter to Johnson, i. 230.
described by Johnson as a 'good hater,'

i. 229.
* Batrachomyomachia,' first edition of, iii.

158, 158 12.
· Battle of the Frogs and Mice,' iii. 158,

158 n.

· Battle of the Pigmies and Cranes,' v. 232.
· Baudi Epistolæ,' quoted, iii. 143.
Baxter, Richard, quoted, ii. 230, 323;. v.

63, 106.

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Baxter, Richard, his Reasons of the

Christian Religion' recommended by
Johnson, v. 122.
- William, his "Anacreon,' iii. 73; v.

42, 42 n., 127, 159.
‘Bayes,' character of, ii. 163.
Bayle, M., his Dictionary, i. 438 : ii. 514.
Bear,' the epithet, applied to Johnson, ii.

68; iii. 223.
Bears, iii. 222, 223.
Beatniffe, Richard, esq., Johnson's letter

to, v. 434.
Beaton, Cardinal, his murder, ii. 298.
— some account of, ii. 298 n.
Beattie, Dr.James, i. 186 n.; ii. 132, 133,

136, 139, 187, 187 n., 190, 192, 243,
249, 253; iii. 56, 252, 446; iv. 474;
v. 238.
his letter to Boswell, ii. 139 n.
Johnson's letter to, iv. 322.
- his “ Essay on Truth,' iv. 390.

- his · Hermit,' v. 65.
Beauclerk, Topham, esq., i. 65, 232, 234,

347, 359, 360, 370, 428, 445, 490,
500; ii. 32, 218, 311, 341, 532 n.;
iii. 24, 168, 174, 187, 219, 234, 371,
383; iv. 35, 139, 220, 262, 300 n., 301,
309, 310, 341, 342, 358, 446, 468,
478; v. 59.
his altercation with Johnson, iv. 255.
his death, iv. 298.
his character by Lord Charlemont, iv.

298.
his character by Johnson, iv. 301, 309.
his letters to Lord Charlemont, iy. 298.
- Lady Diana, ii. 230; iii. 160; iv. 299,
299 n., 470.

some account of, 230 n.
- Lady Sydney, ii. 523.
Beaumaris Castle, iii. 147.
Beaumont, Sir George, iv. 169 n., 514 n.
Beaumont and Fletcher, iii. 209.
• Beauties of Johnson,' i. 190; v. 25, 27,

28.
Beauty, ii. 159; iv. 505.
Beckenham, v. 210.
Becket, Thomas, the bookseller, iii. 170.
Beckett, Sir John, iii. 375 n.
Beckford, Alderman, iv. 54.
Bedford, John, fourth Duke of, v. 213.
Bedlam, iii. 248 ; v. 85.
Beech, Thomas, his · Eugenio,' ii. 228.

some account of, ii. 228 n.
Beggars, i. 365, 377; iv. 276, 364.
Beggars' Opera,'ii. 515; iii. 242, 242 n.,

243; iv. 51, 181, 469.
Behaviour, Johnson a nice observer of,

iii. 418.

how it should be taught, iv. 380.
Behmen, Jacob, i. 381.

some account of, i. 381 n.
Bell, Mr. John, of Antermony, his - Travels

in Russia,' ii. 56.
VOL. y.

Bell, John, esq., of Hertfordshire, ii. 133;

iii. 193 n.

Mr. John, his 'British Poets,' iv. 474.
Bellamy, Mrs. George Anne, the actress,

i. 324.
- her letter to Johnson, v. 132.
· Bellerophon' of Euripides, quoted, i. 263.
Belshain, Mr., his "Essay on Dramatic

Poetry' quoted, i. 399 n.
Benedictine monks, v. 87.
Benevolence, an excuse for drinking, iv.

187.
Johnson's, iii. 486, 489.

human, iii. 412.
Benserade, M. de, à son lit,' iv. 7.
Bensley, Mr., the actor, ii. 47.
Benson, Mr. Auditor, his monument to

Milton, i. 204.
Bentham, Dr., canon of Christchurch, iii.

333.
Bentley, Dr. Richard, ii. 63, 407, 500;
iii. 10, 332 ; v. 98.

the only English verses written by him,
iv. 355.
Berenger, Richard, esq., ii. 84; iv, 120,
464, 465.

some account of, iv. 464 n.
Beresford, Mrs. and Miss, v. 182.
Berkeley, Dr. George, Bishop of Cloyne,

i. 391, 484.
- his theory, iv. 13, 13 n., 359.
Berni, Francesco, quoted, iv. 389.
Berwick, Duke of, his "Memoirs,' iv. 144.
Bethune, Rev. Mr., ii. 429, 450.
Betterton, Mr., the actor, iv. 36.
Bettesworth, Rev. Edmund, i. 477.
Beverage, Johnson's favourite, iii. 407.
Bevil, Rev. Mr., his defence of Hammond,

the poet, iv. 434 n.
Bewley, Mr., his extraordinary veneration

for Johnson, v. 5, 5 n.
Bexley, Lord, his communication con-

cerning Dr. Robert Vansittart, ii. 185 n.
Bible, should be read with a commentary,

iii. 424.
- Johnson's death-bed recommendation

to read, v. 465.
• Bibliotheca Harleiana,' Johnson's ac-

count of, i. 129.
• Bibliotheca Literaria,' iii. 144, 144 n.
Bibliothèque,' Johnson's scheme for

opening a, i. 269, 270.
Bickerstaff, Mr. Isaac, iii. 84.

some account of, iii. 84 n.
Bicknell, Mr., i. 299.
Bidder, William, the calculating boy,

iii. 325 n.
Bigamy, ii. 438.
· Big man,' a jocular Irish phrase applied

to Johnson, ii. 14, 14 n.
Bindley, James, esq., i. 133, 134, 146 n.;

iv. 163 n., 183 1. ; v. 60 1., 97 n.
Binning, Charles, Lord, ii. 180; iv. 191.

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