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Freron, M., the antagonist of Voltaire,

Johnson's visit to, iii. 272, 292.
Frewen, Rev. Dr. Accepted, ii. 227 n.
Friends, and Friendship, i. 134, 188, 283,

284, 324, 329 ; ii. 2, 93, 94, 155, 176,
324, 339; iii. 236, 427 ; iv. 148, 148
n., 258, 259, 390, 397, 487; v. 121,

161, 177.
Friendship, an Ode, by Johnson, i. 134;

ii. 25.
Frisick language, i. 488.
Frith of Forth, ii. 289.
Frustra Letteraria,' Baretti's, iv. 23.
Fullarton, Colonel John, iv. 223.
Future state, ii. 155; iv. 53.

knowledge of friends in, ii. 155 ; iii.
520; iv. 146, 146 n., 147 ; v. 177.

G.

Gabbling, iv. 218, 337.
Gaelic language, ii. 149; v. 142.

Dictionary, v. 141.
Gaiety, iii. 470; iv. 371.
Gait, Johnson's, iv. 441.
Galatians, Durham on the, iii. 79.
Galen, iv. 322.
Gaming, ii. 170 ; iii. 387, 387 n.
Ganganelli's Letters,' not authentic, iv.

145.
Garagantua,' Johnson compared to, iv.

111.
Garden, iv. 502; v. 81.
Gardener, Mr., the bookseller, iii. 220,

220 n.
Gardening, ii. 79; iv. 369.
Gardenston, Lord, ii. 310.
- some account of, ii. 310 n.
Gardiner, Mrs., i. 225; v. 135.
Garrick, David, anecdotes of, i. 50, 66,

68, 70, 71, 85, 119, 143, 144, 156,
168, 170, 173, 177 n., 192, 216, 233,
235, 255, 288, 324, 402, 407, 492,

Garrick, David, Boswell's letter to, iii.

43.

his letter to Boswell, iii. 41.
his liberality, iv. 119, 120, 259.
his death, iv. 238, 238 n., 239, 241..
Johnson's eulogium on, iv. 259, 260 n.
inscription under his portrait, iv. 470..
his imitation of Johnson's manner, iii.
200.
his talent of mimicry, iii. 200.
Johnson's opinion of his prologues, iii

199.
Garrick, Mr. Peter, i. 70, 82; iii. 126 n.,

186, 350, 355 ; iv. 267, 289.
Mr. George, iii. 503.

Mrs., iv. 260 n., 470.
Gastrel, Rev. Mr., his gothic barbarity in

cutting down Shakspeare's mulberry-

tree, iii. 359, 359. n.
Gastrel, Mrs., iii. 225 n., 338, 469; iv.

62, 237, 241, 265, 290; v. 25.
Gastrell, Bishop, his • Christian Institutes,

iii. 18.
Gataker, Rev. Thomas, “on Lots, and on

the Christian Watch,' ii. 530.
Gaubius, Professor, his distinction between

hypochondria and madness, i. 36.
Gay, the poet, ii. 515; iv. 404.
- his “Beggar's Opera,' iv. 181.

Johnson's Life of, iv. 422.

the “Orpheus of Highwaymen,' iii.
Gelidus, character of, in the “ Rambler,'

i. 192; iii. 159 n.
Gell, Mr., of Hopton Hall, iii. 129 n.
Gell, Sir William, iii. 129 n.
General warrants, legality of, ii. 74.
Generosity, iï. 95.
Genius, ii. 326; iv. 244, 320.
Gentility, iii. 215; iv. 381.
Gentleman, Mr. Francis, i. 394.

some account of, i. 394 n.
Gentleman,' the appellation of, i. 1.
Gentleman's Magazine, i. 59, 66, 82, 119,

124, 134, 140; iv. 157.1., 182, 207 n.,
346 n., 404 n.
Gentle Shepherd,' Allan Ramsay's, ii.

208; iii. 69 n.
George the First, Johnson's character of,

iii. 217; iv. 480.
George the Second, his severity in the case

of Dr, Cameron, i. 117.
- Johnson's uniform invective against,
i. 117, 319 n. ; iii. 216.
- Johnson's epigram on, i. 120.
not an Augustus to learning or genius,
i. 183.
- his destruction of his father's will,

iii. 216, 216 n.
George the Third, his accession and cha-

racter, i. 342, 353, 361 ; ii. 418; iii.

229 n.
- Johnson's character of, i. 353.

242 n.

493 n.

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ii. 4, 37, 71, 80, 185, 215, 222, 229,
467, 468, 499.

iii. 44, 199, 200, 352, 352 n., 399,
417, 433, 503, 517.

iv. 34, 36, 112, 115, 118, 139 n., 152,
169, 201, 238, 241 il., 260, 336, 339,

349, 356, 390, 470, 473, 489.
- v. 85, 105, 130 n., 131.

- Johnson's envy of, i. 143.
- his · Ode' on the death of Mr. Pelham,
i. 256.
- his Epigram on Johnson's Dictionary,

i. 284.
- Johnson's opinion of, i. 407 ; ii. 80, 91,
185, 215, 222, 273, 357, 468; iii. 87,
199, 251, 295, 326, 352, 399, 417, 434;
iv. 34, 37, 118, 169, 258, 259, 336,
339; v. 131.
- his Shakspeare-jubilee, ii. 71.
VOL, V.

LL

Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, anecdotes of, i.

423, 424, 426, 429, 434, 437 ; ii. 14,
41, 68, 85, 197, 207, 212, 239, 241,
242, 330 ; iv. 12, 299.
- Johnson's opinion of, and of his
writings, i. 417; ii. 6, 7, 160, 179, 188,
194, 202, 203, 219, 222, 224, 225, 226,
241, 244, 368, 500, 502; iii. 40, 233,
233 n., 401, 401 n., 402, 449 n. ; iv.
16, 101, 107, 108, 112, 127, 168, 245,
245 1., 354, 361, 388, 389, 485; v.
54, 62, 211, 227.
beats Evans, the bookseller, for abusing
hini, ii. 197, 197 n.

his bon-mots on Johnson, ii. 68, 220,
239, 244.

his death, iii. 122, 123.
Johnson's tetrastic on, iii. 123, 451 n.
Johnson's Latin epitaph on, iii. 445,
447.

Garrick's description of him, i. 422 n.
· Horace Walpole's opinion of him, i.

422 n.

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George the Third, grants Johnson a pen-
sion, i. 361.

Johnson's interview with, ii. 34.
happy expression of, i. 196 n.

his magnanimous conduct during the
riots in 1780, iv. 315, 316.
his alleged refusal of an addition to
Johnson's pension disproved, v. 265,

282, 282 n., 283.
George the Fourth. See Prince of Wales.
"Georgics,' the, v. 100.
Gerard, Dr., ii. 325, 361.
German courts, ii, 501.
Gesticulation, v. 220.
Gestures, Johnson's, i. 116; ii. 256 n.;

jii. 200 n.
Ghosts, i. 333, 414; ii. 141, 157, 173,

178, 178 n., 309 n. ; iii. 22 n. ; iv. 85,

123, 155, 216, 219, 266, 467, 469.
Giannone, iv. 335.
Giants' Causeway, iv. 287.
“Giants of Literature,' i. 196.
Giardini, ii. 214.
Gibbon, Edward, esq., i. 381; ii. 69,

142n., 266 n., 388 n.; iii. 118 n., 223,
· 223 n., 242 n., 335, 336 n., 378 n., 420,

450.
- sketch of his appearance and manners,
by George Colman, jun., iii. 420 n.
his character of Dr. Maty, i. 270 n.

his · Reply to Davis,' iv. 136.
- his panegyric on public schools, iii.
378 n.

Charles, his' Work worth the Read.
ing,' ii. 9.
- Rev. Dr., iv. 501 ; v. 175.

some account of, iv. 501, n.
Gibraltar, iii. 271; iv. 385.
Giffard, a clergyman, verses by, i. 393,

393 n.; ii. 349.
Gifford, William, esq., anecdote related

by, on Johnson's proficiency in Greek,

v. 300 n.
Gilbert on “Evidence,' iii. 84.
Gillespie, Dr. v. 155.
Gin-shops, ii. 206.
Gisborne, Dr., iii. 514 n.
Glanville, William Evelyn, esq., iv.

191 n.
Glasgow, iii, 64, 65; v. 64.
Glasse, Mrs., her book of Cookery,'

written by Dr. Hill, iv. 144.
Glensheal, ii. 172, 372 n.
Gloominess, folly and sinfulness of, v.

14.
Glover's Leonidas, ii. 348.
Gloves, iv. 116.
Glow-worm, ii. 56, 220.
Gluttony, i. 479.
Gobelins, üi. 270.
Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, Boswell's charac.

ter of, i. 420, 426, 427, 429.
Sir J. Hawkins's character of, i. 423,

- affected Johnson's style and manner of
conversation, i. 423.
- trick played on him by Roubiliac, i. 424.
- his Vicar of Wakefield,' i. 427.
his comedies refused by Garrick and
Colman, iv. 180.

Dr. Warton's opinion of, ii. 4.
his ' Traveller,' ïi. 6, 224; iii. 40; iv.
107, 180.
- his · Deserted Village,' ii. 7, 224.
- Johnson's prologue to his - Good-na-
tured Man,' ii. 470.
his Life of Parnell, ii. 160.
dedicates · She Stoops to Conquer' to
Johnson, ii. 203.
- his . Animated Nature,' iii. 449 n.
Goldsmith, Rev. Mr., ii. 178.

Mrs. iii. 464.
Good breeding, ii. 316.

in what it consists, ii. 84.

the best book upon, ii. 501.
Gooddere, Captain, ii. 273 n.
Good Friday, iv. 158, 171 ; v. 80.
Good-humour, ii. 431; iii. 238.
• Good man,' v. 124.
• Good-natured Alan,'Goldsmith's, ii. 47,

49.
Goodness, infinite, v. 198.

- natural, ii. 435.
Gordon, Professor Thomas, ii. 320, 325.

Lord George, iv. 314, 315, 316 n., 461.

Sir Alexander, ii. 320.
Gout, ii. 430; iv. 394.

Government of the Tongue,' iv. 249.
Government, ii. 164.
- influence, üi. 228, 231, 411; iv. 453.

of India, v. 94.
Governments, different kinds of, iv. 141.
Gower, Earl, his letter to a friend of Swift

in behalf of Johnson, i. 102.

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153 n.

Gower, Earl, probable cause of Johnson's

aversion to, i. 103, 282 11.
Grace, iv. 149.

Latin one, of Johnson's, ii. 300.

at meals, ii. 354.
Graham, author of " Telemachus, a

Masque,' i. 420 ; ii. 330; iii. 467.
Lord, third Duke of Montrose, iv.
253, 481.

Miss, afterwards Lady Dashwood, iv.
284.
Grainger, Dr. James, iii. 341, 341 n. ; iv.

50.
his · Sugar Cane,' iii. 340, 341 n.

his Ode on Solitude,' iv. 50.
Grammar-school, Johnson's scheme for

the classes of a, i. 69.
Grand Chartreux, iii. 281, 281 r.
Grange, Lady, her extraordinary confine-

ment at St. Kilda, ii. 451.
Granger, Rev. James, his · Biographical

History,' ii. 480 ; iii. 455.

Johnson's letter to, iii. 297.
Grant, Sir Archibald, iii. 467.
Granville, John Carteret, first Earl, iv.

344, 449.
Gratitude, ii. 456.
Grattan, Right Hon. Henry, iii. 200 n. ;

v. 214.
Grave,' Blair's, iii. 411.
Graves, Rev. Richard, iii. 212 n., 339.

his “Spiritual Quixote,' iv. 524 n.

Mr. Morgan, i. 63 n.
Gravina, v. 76.
Gray's poetry, i. 411; ii. 391 n., 520;

iii. 201, 202, 396, 402; iv. 152, 435.
his dulness, iii. 201, 396.
his Odes, iii. 209, 210 n.; iv. 345.
his · Letters,' iii. 250.
his “ Memoirs,' iii. 396.
Gray's Inn Journal,' i. 346.
Great,' how pronounced, i. 172 n.; ii.

154, 154 n.
Great, manners of the, iv. 220.

men, on paying court to, ii. 10.
Greece, the fountain of knowledge, iv. 194.
Greek language, Johnson's advice on

sludying, iv. 283.
compared by Johnson to lace, iv. 355,

Grey, Dr. Zachary, iv. 178.

Dr. Richard, iv. 178.
Grief, ii. 94; iii. 500; iv. 495
Grierson, Mr., king's printer at Dublin, i.

373.
sorne account of, i. 373 1.

Mrs., some account of, i. 373 n.
Griffiths, Mr., of Kefnamwycllh, iii. 152.
Grimston, Viscount, his “Love in a hol

low Tree,' iv. 450, 450 11.
Groot, Isaac de, a descendant of Grotius,

Johnson's kindness to, iii. 488.
Grose's · Olio,' v. 473.
Grotius, i. 466; iii. 316, 488.

on the Christian religion, recominended
by Johnson, i. 407.

. de Satisfactione Christi,' ii. 323.
Grotto, Pope's, iv. 340, 419.
Grottos, iv. 341 n., 345.
Grove, Rev. Henry, author of the excel.

lent paper in the Spectator' on novelty,

iii. 397; iv. 361.
• Grub-street,' Johnson's description of,

i. 282.
Gualtier, Philip, v. 61.
Guarini, quoted, iv. 214.
Guardians, Johnson's advice on the ap-

pointment of, iv. 274.
“Gulliver's Travels,' iii. 194.
Gunisbury Park, Johnson in, iv. 451.
Gunning, Elizabeth, Duchess of Argyle,

iii. 48, 48 n.
Gunpowder, ii. 355; iv. 228.
• Gustavus Vasa,' Brooke's, i. 111.
Guthrie, Mr. William, i. 88, 111; ii. 53.

- his 'Apotheosis of Milton,' i. 111.
Gwatkin, Mrs., v. 383 n.

the architect, ii. 24 ; iii. 155,
155 n., 326, 328.
Johnson's dedication to his London
and Westminster Improved,' ii. 24.
his proposals for the improvement of
the metropolis, ii. 25.
Mrs., i. 423; iv. 514 n.

Gwynn,

Mr,

355 n.

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- Johnson's alleged deficiency in, v. 300,
300 n., 301 n., 302, 302 n.

grammar, Clenardus's, iv. 351.
Green, Matthew, his "Spleen' quoted,

iv. 279.
- Mr. Richard, of Lichfield, his museum,
iii. 125, 353.
- his cast of Shakspeare, iii. 256.

- Johnson's letter to, v. 303.
Green's · Diary of a Lover of Literature,'

iii. 223 n.
Green-room, Johnson's reasons for not

frequenting, i. 175.

H.

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Habeas Corpus, 75.
Habits, early, iii. 241.
Hackman, Rev. Mr., his trial for shooting
Miss Ray, iv. 254, 255, 256.

-

Haddock, Finnon, ii. 343.
Hagley, iï. 156.
Hague, Mr., Johnson's early instructor,

i. 19.
Hailes, David Dalrymple, Lord, i. 254,

447, 463; ii. 189, 274, 283, 284, 480;
iii. 27, 168, 170, 304; iv. 73; v. 97,
114, 127, 212.
some account of, i. 447.
his letter to Boswell on the Journey
to the Hebrides,' iii. 100.
- his Annals of Scotland,' iii. 121, 122,
160, 261, 262, 265, 298, 423; iv. 226,

242, 278.
Hale, Lord Chief Justice, ii. 151 ; iii. 219.

anecdotes of, v. 207.
Half-pay Officers, iii. 148 n.
Hall, Rev. Dr., i. 15, 29, 40, 46, 48, 269,

495 ; ii. 117; iv. 152, 161; v. 198.
- Mrs., iii. 309 n.; iv. 466, 469; v. 166.

Bishop, ii. 155; iv. 146.
Halliday's Juvenal, Johnson's high opinion

of, v. 332.
Halsey, Edmund, esq.,,

i. 506 n.
Hamilton of Bangour, his poems, ii. 278,

278 n.; ii. 516.
- Right Hon. William Gerard, i. 505,
512; ji. 3, 127; ïïi. 192, 489 n. ; iv.
99 n., 305 n., 484 n. ; v. 134 n., 353 n.
- Johnson's compliments to his conversa-

tion, i. 505.
some account of, i. 505 n.
his anecdote respecting Johnson's pen-
sion, iii. 192, 192 n.
Johnson's letters to, v. 135, 279.
his kicdness to Johnson, v. 134.
Mr., the printer, ii. 214, 214 n.
· Lady Betty, iii. 49, 55.

Duchess of, iii. 48, 55.
• Hamlet,' ï. 197; iii. 421; iv. 442 n.
Hammond, James, his · Love Elegies,' ii.

495 ; iv. 348, 349 n.
Mr. Bevil's defence of, iv. 434 n.
- Dr., on the New Testament,'iv. 424;
v. 231.

his works recommended by Johnson,
v. 231.
some account of, v. 231 n.
Handmaid to the Arts,' iv. 343 n.
Hanging criminals, on the new way of,

v. 67.
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, his Shakspeare, i.

151, 153; ii. 25, 33 n.
Hanover succession, v. 44, 44 n.; ii.

276 n.
Hanway, Jonas, his “Essay on Tea,'i. 297.

his Travels characterized by Johnson,

i. 381.
Happiest life, which the, v. 230.
Happiness, i. 453 ; ii. 9, 164, 412, 520 ;

iii. 226, 335, 418; iv. 13, 52, 146,
151, 207, 500.
equalized by Providence, i. 261 n.

Happiness, the only solid basis of, iv. 227.
Hardinge, Sir Henry, iii. 178 n.
Hardwicke, Lord Chancellor, iii. 398;

iv. 56.
Hardy, Mr., his · Life of Lord Charle-

mont,' iv. 298.
Hardyknute, ballad of, ii. 91.
Harington, Dr. Henry, his . Nugæ An-

tiquæ,' v. 59, 59 n.
• Harleian Miscellany,' i. 151.
Harlow, Mr., the painter, v. 131 n.
Harmless pleasure, iv. 260.
Harrington, Countess of, iii. 504, 504 n.
Harriot, Mrs., ii. 116.
Harris, James, esq., ii. 213, 214 ; iii. 73,
74 n., 241, 479; iv. 99, 99 n.
his character of Johnson's Dictionary,
iii. 479.

his · Hermes,' iv. 514.
Harrison, Cornelius, Johnson's cousin, i.

6; iii. 537.
- Mrs., her · Miscellanies,' i. 296.
Harry, Miss Jane, the proselyte to Qua-

kerism, iv. 155.

- some account of, iv. 155 n., 157 n.
Harte, Dr. Walter, his . History of Gus.

tavus Adolphus,' i. 378; iv. 448 ; v.
242.
Johnson's character of, i. 378.
some account of, i. 378 n.
his excessive vanity, iv. 449.
Harwood, Dr., his “ History of Lichfield,?

i. 66, 227, 340, 476; ii. 172 n., 175;
iv. 238.
- Dr. Edward, iii. 403.

some account of, 403 n.
Hastie, Mr., the schoolmaster, prosecuted

for undue severity, ii. 137, 150, 179,
191, 540.
- Johnson's argument on behalf of, ii.

179, 191, 540.
Hastings, Warren, esq., Boswell's cha-

racter of, iv. 435.
- his letter to Boswell respecting John-
son, iv. 436.

Johnson's letters to, iv. 437, 439,
440.
- his endeavours to introduce the Persian

language into Europe, iv. 438.
Hatchett, Charles, esq., his account of the

Literary Club,' i. 442 n., 528.
Hatred, iii. 514.
“Hatyin foam foam eri,' a popular Erse

song, ii. 393.
translation of, by a fair friend of Sir

Walter Scott, ii. 516 n.
Hawkestone, iii. 132.
Hawkesworth, Dr., Johnson's contributions

to his ' Adventurer,' i. 211, 237.
-- an imitator of the style of Johnson, i.

237 ; ii. 203.

his Collection of Voyages,' ii. 232 ;
iii. 373.

508 12.

503 n.,

Hawkesworth, Dr., his objections against a

particular providence, ii. 508, 508 n.

falls a sacrifice to newspaper abuse, ii.
Hawkins, Mr., Johnson's instructor in
Latin, i. 18.

Rev. William, his "Siege of Aleppo,'
iv. 115, 115 n.
- Sir John, circumstances as to Johnson
related by him contradicted or explained,
i. 22, 138, 139, 140 n., 160 n., 172 n.,
179, 182 n., 197, 200, 207, 219, 229,
294, 330, 340 n., 355, 425, 490, 492,

504 n.; ii. 17, 31, 217, 307 ; iii.
339 n., 403 n., 512; iv. 84, 85, 282; v.
143, 145, 153, 221, 235, 252, 264,
286, 310, 316, 320, 333, 337, 338,
339, 341, 342, 415.
- Johnson's letter to, v. 143.
- his journal of the last fortnight of
Johnson's life, v. 333.

his miscellaneous anecdotes of Johnson,

V. 415.
Hawkins, Miss, ii. 151 1. ; iii. 394 n. ;

iv. 158 n. ; v. 145 n.
her description of Mrs. Williams, i.
222 n.

her description of Mr. Bennet Lang-
ton, i. 231 n.

her description of Garrick's person and
mode of living, iv. 119 n.

anecdotes of Johnson by, v. 415.
Hawthornden, ii. 412; iii. 97.
Hay, Lord Charles, iii. 374; iv. 355.

some account of, iii. 374 n.
Hay's · Martial,' iii. 63.
Hayes, Rev. Mr., iv. 32.
Hayley, William, esq., v. 240, 240 n.
Hayman, Mr., the painter, i. 251 n.
Health, ii. 129.
- Johnson's rules for travellers in quest

of, v. 31.
Healths, drinking of, iv. 284.
• Heard, Johnson's mode of pronouncing,

iv. 49.
Heaven, happiness of, iv. 151.

He-bear and She-bear,' iv. 485 n.
Heber, Rev. Reginald, on evil spirits, v.
Heberden, Dr., iv. 268; v. 109.

Johnson's letter to, v. 289.
Hebrides, Johnson's wish to visit, i. 462,

471; ii. 52, 130, 140, 190, 221, 248.
- Johnson's Tour to, ii. 250.
- Johnson's published "Account of his
Journey,' iii. 121, 123, 166, 175, 466 ;
iv. 185, 185 n.

Johnson's letters to Mrs. Thrale, giving
an account of his journey to, iii. 536.
Hector, Mr. Edmund, Johnson's school-

fellow, i. 10, 22, 23, 54, 62, 133, 524 n.;
iii. 343, 345, 347; iv. 401; v. 7, 292,

Hector, Johnson's letters to, v. 19, 295.
Heely, Mr., ii. 31, 31 n; v. 285, 286 11.

Johnson's letter to, v. 286.

Mrs., ii. 30.
Heirs, iii. 301 n., 302, 307 n., 318, 458,

Héloise,' Rousseau's, ii. 11 n.
· Hell paved with good intentions,' iii.

235, 235 n.
Henault, Charles, iii. 262.
Henderson, Mr. John, the actor,v. 130, 132.

his imitations of Johnson, iii. 201 n.
Mr. John, student of Pembroke College,
v. 186, 197, 198.
some account of, v. 197 n.
Henry the Second, Lyttelton's History

of, ii. 38.
Henry the Eighth,' iv. 285.

Shakspeare's play of, v. 131.
- Harlowe's picture of the trial-scene in,

v. 131 n.
Henry, Dr. Robert, his ‘History of Great

Britain,' iv. 194.
Herbert, George, his ‘Jacula Prudentum'

quoted, iii. 233.
Hereditable jurisdictions, ii. 409.
Hereditary insanity, an important chapter

in the history of the human, mind still
to be written, i. 3 n.

occupations, ii. 315.
right, iii. 522.
· Hermes,' Harris's, iii. 73.
· Hermippus Redivivus,' Campbell's, i.

430; ii. 313.
Hermit, life of, ii. 297.

Parnell's, iv. 74.
Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers,'
iv. 128, 174, 485.

by whom written, v. 211, 211 n.
Hertford, Francis, Lord, i. 255 n.
Hervey, Rev. James, his “Meditations,'

iii. 46.
Hervey, Hon. Henry, i. 75.

Hon. Thomas, ü. 32, 79, 84; iii. 215.
- some account of, ii. 32 n.,
Hesiod, iv. 283
Hickes, Rev. Dr., iii. 52 n; v. 186.
Hickman, Miss, i. 61 n.
Hicky, Mr., the painter, iii. 214, 215.
Hierarchy, Johnson's reverence for, iv. 444.
High Life below Stairs,' Gamek’s farce

of, iv. 339.
Highland chief, ii. 381, 387, 455.
Highlanders, ii. 149.
Highwaymen, the question of shooting

them discussed, iv. 94.
Hill, Sir John, Johnson's character of,

ii. 38, 38 n.

Aaron, his account of Irene,' i. 173 n.
Hinchcliffe, Dr. John, iv. 306 n.
• Historia Studiorum,' Johnson's, iv. 181,
Historian, requisites for an, i. 438.
Historians, ii. 441; iv. 278.

- their habit of magnifying events, iv. 186.

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