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Libraries, size of several great, ii. 299.
Licensed stews, iii. 382.
Licensers of the stage, i. 111.
Lichfield, its inhabitants described, iii. 351.

Johnson's visits to, i. 360 ; ii. 42, 54,
119, 295, 296 ; iii. 125, 349, 352; v.
287.

veneration of the corporation of, for

Johnson, v. 287 n.
Liddel, Sir Henry, ii. 162 n.
Lies, i. 344, 450.
Life, rules for the conduct of, v. 32.

Dryden's philosophical lines on, v.
200.
- human, v. 237, 468.
- reflections on, i. 357, 366 ; ii. 21, 95,
119; iii. 418, 456, 457, 491, 494 ; v.
32, 33, 199.

vacuity of, iv. 372.

on living it over again, v. 199.
· Lilliburlero,' ballad of, its political effects,

iii. 222.
Linen, advantages of wearing, ii. 437.
Lintot, the bookseller, i. 73.
Liquors, Johnson's scale of, iv. 252, 499.
'Literary Club,' founded, i. 490, 492 11.,

528; ii. 16, 17, 19, 223, 241, 341;
iii. 193, 220, 470, 480, 492 ; iv. 86 n.,
139, 299, 309, 360, 388, 456.
- complete list of its members from its

foundation to the present time, i. 528.
'Literary Anecdotes,' Nichols's, a store-
house of facts and dates, v. 283 n.

fame, iïi. 233, 233 n.
- fraud, i. 240 n., 307, 349.

man, life of, iv. 472.
- journals, ii. 39.

Magazine,' Johnson's contributions
to, i. 292, 311, 315; iv. 409.
property, i. 451; ii. 243, 286, 307;
iii. 116, 116 n.; iv. 495.

· reputation, ii. 222.
Literature, good, superfetation of the

press prejudicial to, iv. 193.
- French and English, compared, iii. 4;
iy. 9.
- the small quantity of, in the world, iv.

dignity of, iv. 168.
Liturgy of the Church of England, the

offspring of piety impregnated by wis.

dom, v. 232.
Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson, first Earl

of, iii. 510.
Lives of the English Poets,' Johnson's,
ii. 40 n.; iii. 395, 401, 435, 473, 474,
521, 531; iv. 176, 210, 226 1., 237,
242, 251, 259, 263, 271, 296, 302–
308, 323, 342, 401-435, 440; v. 19.
– critique on, and account of, iv. 403

435.
- the most popular and entertaining of
all Johnson's works, ii. 40 n.

Lleweney, iii. 134 n., 135.
Lloyd, Dr., Bishop of St. Asaph, iii. 136 ;

v. 186 n.
some account of, iii. 136 n.
- Mr., the quaker, of Birmingham, iii.

344.
Humphry, the antiquary, iii. 138.
Miss Olivia, the quakeress, i. 61.

Johnson's verses to, i. 62.
Lobo's • Account of Abyssinia,' i. 55 ; iii.

373.
Local attachment, ii. 105.
Locality, v. 118.
Lochbuy, the Laird of, iii. 37, 37 n.

Lady, iii. 37.
Loch Lomond, iii. 59; iv. 253.
Lock, William, esq., of Norbury Park, iv.

410.
Locke, John, ii. 326 ; iv. 338 n.

his verses to Dr. Sydenham in Trac.
tatum ejus de Febribus,' ii. 327.

his plan of education imperfect, iv. 225.
Lodgings, list of Johnson's various, in

London, i. 81, 162,
Lofft, Capel, esq., v. 175, 176 n.
Loggan's drawing of the remarkable cha-

racters at Tunbridge Wells in 1748, i.

68 n., 86 n., 165.
Lombe, Mr. John, his silk-mill at Derby,

iv. 12.
London, i. 70, 74; iii. 213, 231 n., 232,

385; iv. 28, 62, 101, 109, 160, 227,
248, 275, 369, 370; v. 43.
the great field of genius and exertion,

i. 70.
- Art of Living' in, i. 74.

Johnson's poem of, i. 60 n., 89, 91, 98,
99, 100, 167.
- Johnson's love of, i, 310, 377, 392,

434 ; ii. 77, 533 ; iv. 29, 109, 248;
v. 274, 274 n., 291.
– the fountain of intelligence and plea-
sure, iii. 119.
no place where economy can be so well
practised as in, iv. 248.
its pre-eminence over every other place,
iv. 248.
state of the poor in, iv. 275.
too large, iij. 232, 232 n.
no similarity to a head connected with
a body, iii. 232.
mode of choosing its mayors, iv. 223.
Pennant's - Account of, iv. 131.
shopkeeper, ii. 315, 316, 317 n.

no place cures a man's vanity so well
as, i. 378.
· London Chronicle,'i. 306, 494; ii. 105,

197; iv. 76, 448 n.
Londoners, ii. 102, 533.
Long, Dudley, esq., iv. 444, 453, 456 n,

See North.
Longitude, i. 285.
Longlands, Mr., ii. 180

6

-

162 n.

Longley, John, esq., Recorder of Ro-

chester, iv. 340, 340 n.
Longman, the Messieurs, i. 157, 266.
Lonsdale, first Earl of, ii. 346 n.
Looking-glasses, iii. 278.
Lopez de Vega, iv. 6.
Lord Chancellors, on the mode of choosing,

ii. 150 n.
Lord High Constable of Scotland, ii. 336 n.
Lord's Prayer, v. 21.
Loudoun, John, fourth Earl of, iii. 67,565.

some account of, iii. 67 n.
- Lady Margaret Dalrymple, Countess

of, iii. 67 ; iv. 233.
some account of, iii. 67 n., 565.
Loughborough, Lord, i. 361, 363, 397,

398 ; iii. 230, 230 n., 367, 368; v. 57,

Lydiat, Thomas, account of, i. 169 n.
Lye, Edward, his Saxon Dictionary, ii.

17.
- some account of, ii. 17 n.
Lyttelton, George, Lord, i. 244, 254, 384;
ii. 38, 209, 224, 384, 511 n.; iii.
116 n., 155, 335, 515; iv. 226, 320,

427, 558.
- his “Life of Henry II.' ii. 38; iii.
397.
Johnson's Life of, iv. 426.
his · Dialogues of the Dead,' iv. 427.
his extreme anxiety as an auihor, iii.
397, 397 n.

Thomas, Lord, his vision, v. 197,

197 n.

58 n.

- Mr., ii. 131 ; iii. 419 n.

Miss, iii. 419 n.

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Macallan, Eupham, the fanatic woman,

ji. 274.
Macartney, George, Earl of, i. 357 n. ; iii.

386 n.; iv. 98 n., 310, 430 n.
Macaulay, Rev. Kennett, his “ Account of

St. Kilda,' ii. 52, 142, 349.
- Mrs. Catherine, i. 225, 460, 501 ; ii.
207; iii. 211 n., 253, 411 n., 440 ;

iv. 37.
Macbean, Mr., his ‘Military Dictionary,'

i. 108.
Alexander, i. 161; ii. 193, 252 n.,

390; iv. 331, 466; v. 241.
Macbeth, i. 151; ii. 91, 347 ; iii. 543.
Macbeth's Castle, iii. 543.

Maccaroni,' ii. 417 n.
Maccaronic verses, etymology of, iv. 141,

142 n.

- taught English pronunciation by Mr.
T. Sheridan, i. 396.

his talents and great good fortune, i. 397.
Louis the Fourteenth, ii. 40 n.; iv. 197.
Lovat, Simon, twelfth Lord, i. 155 ; ii.
451; iii. 92.

some account of, i. 155 n.
- Johnson's verses on his execution, i. 135.
- his inscription to the memory of his

father, ii. 449.
Love, i. 370, 381; iii. 236, 348; iv. 53,

371.
- Johnson's description of, iv. 396.

of Fame,' Young's, ii. 496.
in a hollow tree, iv. 450.
and Madness,' v. 65.
Loveday, Dr. John, ii. 243 n.
Lovibond, Edward, esq., i. 71.
Low company, v. 209.

life, ii. 535; iv. 380.
Lowe, Mr., i. 19, 23.

Johnson's schoolfellow, v. 127.
Johnson's letters to, v. 34, 113.
Mr. Mauritius, the painter, iv. 250,

329, 330.
Lowth, Dr. Robert, Bishop of London,

i. 134 ; ii. 37, 315, 356 ; iii. 403 n.,

424 ; v. 87.
Lowther, Sir James, the miser, ii. 345.
Lowthers, family of the, ii. 346.
Lubricity of the bowels, Johnson's remedy

for, iv. 556.
Lucas, Dr. Charles, i. 295.
- some account of, i. 295 n.
Lucian, iii. 376; iv. 400.
Lumisden, Andrew, esq., iii. 285 n.
Lunardi, the aëronaut, v. 271 n., 273 n.
• Lusiad,' Johnson's intention to translate
the, v. 141.

Mickle's translation of the, v. 140.
Luther, ii. 438.
Luton Hoe, Johnson's visit to, iv. 502.
Luxury, ii. 164, 205, 295; iii. 53.

- outcry against the evil of, iii. 421; iv.
80, 140, 150.
VOL. V.

Macclesfield, George, Earl of, i. 254 n.

Countess of, the reputed mother of
Savage, i. 145, 150 n.
Macconochie, Mr., afterwards Lord Mea-

dow bank, iv. 66, 66 n.
Maccruslick, ii. 397, 397 n., 410.
Macdonald, Sir James, i. 462; ii. 150,

381, 384, 407, 482, 516, 551; iv.

454 n.

inscription on his monument in the

church of Slate, ii. 551.
his two last letters to his mother, ii.

553.
Sir Alexander, ii. 150, 379, 379 n.,

381, 383, 391, 502 ; iii. 8, 74 n.,
549, 564.
Latin verses addressed by him to Dr.

Johnson in the Isle of Skie, ii. 550.
- Lady Margaret, ii. 561, 561 n. ; iv.

254.
Miss Flora, ii. 411, 416, 418, 420,
421 11., 485, 561 ; iii. 47, 111 n.,
482, 552, 555.

M M

Macdonald, Miss Flora, some account of,

ii. 416 n.

Major-general, ii. 490 n.
Macdonalds, the, iii. 112 n.
Macfarlane, Mr., the antiquary, ii. 387 n.
Mackenzie, Sir George, ii. 433.

Henry, esq., i. 350.
his Man of the World,' ii. 502.

his “ Man of Feeling,' ii. 502 n.
Mackinnon, Mrs., ii. 490 n.
Mackinnon's Cave, iii. 26, 27 11.
Mackintosh, Sir James, iii. 118 11., 223 n.,
444; v. 212 n., 214 n.
his biographical notice of Mr. Courte-

nay, v. 445.

Macklin, Charles, the actor, i. 396 ; iii.

368.
Maclaurin, Colin, the mathematician, i.

379.
ridicule thrown on him in Gold.

smith's · Animated Nature,' iii. 379.
his epitaph, by his son, ii. 285 n.
John, afterwards Lord Dreghorn,

i. 481; ii. 285; iii. 238.
some account of, ii. 285 n.
Maclean, Alexander, the Laird of Col, iii.

293.

Donald, heir of the Laird of Col, iii.
21, 24, 26, 26 n.
Sir Allan, iii. 17, 17 1., 39 n., 253,
465, 490, 561.
Rev. Hector, ii. 513.
Dr. Alexander, his description of John-
son, iii. 36.
Captain Lauchlan, ii. 511, 512.
Miss, iii. 12.

of Torloisk, iii. 184.
Macleod, General John, Laird of Rasay,

ii. 382, 409, 425.
some account of, ii. 409 n.
Johnson's letter to, ii. 493.
his Memoirs' of his own life, ii.

554.
- Lady, ii. 428; iii. 545.
some account of, ii. 428 n.
Miss, of Rasay, ii. 411; iii. 483.
Sir Roderick, ii. 428, 432.
Rev. Neal, iii. 34, 36.
Malcolm, ii. 392; iii. 551.
Alexander, or Sandie, ii. 396, 397,
397 n., 410, 421, 427.
Macleod's dining-tables, ii. 460 n.
Macleod's maidens, ii. 460 n.
Maclure, Captain, iii. 14.
Macneil, of Barra, ii. 451 n.
Macnicol, Dr. Donald, i. 5 n. ; iii. 183.

- his attack on Johnson's Journey,' iii.

183 n.
Macpherson, James, esq., i. 405; ii. 328,

464 ; iii. 83, 167, 170, 172, 173, 177.
Sec Ossian.
- Johnson's letters to, iii. 173, 184, 185.

Macpherson, Dr. John, his Scottish An-

tiquities,' ii. 426.
his Latin Ode from the Isle of Barra,

ii. 492.
Rev. Martin, ii. 492, 494.
Macquarrie, of Ulva, iii. 14, 491, 497.
Macqueen, Mr. Donald, ii. 382, 392,

439, 442, 446, 450, 482; iii. 261.
Macra, Mr. John, 447 n.
Macraes, clan of, ii. 373 n., 374 n., 447.
Macsweyne, Mr., ii. 515, 516, 516 n.,
531.

Mrs., ii. 516.
Macs winney, Owen, iii. 435.

some account of, iii. 435 n.
Madden, Dr. Samuel, i. 250 n., 306; iii.

196, 196 n.
first proposer of premiums in Dublin
College, i. 306.

- his Boullter's Monument,' i. 307.
Madness, i. 4, 406; iv. 25, 363.

its gradations traced by Johnson, i. 36.
and hypochondria, distinction between,

i. 36.
Magliabechi, Johnson's resemblance to

the medallic likeness of, i. 302.
Mahogany,' a liquor so called, iv. 449.
Maiden assize, iv. 116.
Malagrida,' iv. 299; v. 54.
Malevolence, natural human, i. 223.
Mallet, David, i. 255, 316, 387, 417; ii.

152, 222, 407; iv. 47, 258, 277; v.97.
- his tragedy of · Elvira,' i. 417.

his · Life of Lord Bacon,' iv. 47.
- in early life wrote his name “ Malloch,'

v. 97, 97 n.
- his poem on repairing the University

of Aberdeen, v. 97.
Malone, Edmond, esq., i. 3, 20, 24, 41,

53, 72, 133, 134, 139 n., 192 n., 211 n.,
240 1., 250 n., 347, 401 n., 505 ,n. ;
iii. 359 n., 421 n., 489 n.; iv. 77 n.,
183 n., 265 n , 330, 378 n., 381 11.,
386 n., 419, 420 ; v. 254.
- Johnson's letter to, v. 13.
Man, iii. 226.

not a machine, ii. 348.
said to be a cooking animal, ii. 269 n.
picture of, by Shakspeare and Milton,
iv. 442, 442 n.
- difference between a well and ill bred,

v. 215.
Man of fashion, v. 50, 51 n.
• Man of Feeling,' i. 351.
- Man of the World,' ii. 502, 502 n.
Mandeville's ' Fable of the Bees,' ii. 96.

fallacy of his doctrine of private vices
public benefits,' iv. 150, 151.
his “Treatise on the Hypochondriacal
Disease,' v. 231.
- Sir John, his - Travels in China' re-

commended by Johnson, v. 332.
Manley, Mrs., v. 76.

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Mapletoft, Dr. John, ii. 106 n.
Marana, J. P., a Genoese, author of The

Turkish Spy,' v. 77 n.
Marchetti, an Italian physician, v. 332.
Marchmont, Hugh, fourth Earl of, ii.

154; iv. 209, 211, 214, 263, 296,
418.

Johnson's interview with, iv. 264.
Markland, Jeremiah, the philologist, iv.

376.

some account of, iv. 376 n.; v. 39 n.
- J. H., esq., notes communicated to the
editor by, iii. 489 n. ; iv. 4, 156, 330,
376; v. 34, 39, 59, 64, 65, 87, 93,
170 n., 175, 179, 183, 190 n., 193,
202, 207, 271, 283, 332.
Marlay, Dr. Richard, iv. 443.

Burke's playful sally on, iv. 443.

some account of, iv. 443 n.
Marlborough, John, Duke of, ii. 408 ; iii.

143 n., 338, 423; iv. 258, 451.
Sarah, Duchess of, i. 129; ii. 408.
her • Apology,' written by Nathaniel

Hooke, ii. 408.
Marmor Norfolciense,' i. 112.
Marriage, i. 336, 370, 387 ; ii. 57, 58, 78,

103, 113, 159, 438, 438 n.; iii. 202,
345, 349, 361, 368; v. 190, 191.
- legitimation by subsequent, iii. 344,

Martinelli, Vincenzio, his Istoria d’In-
ghilterra,' ii. 208.

some account of, ii. 208 n.
Martyrdom, ii. 234, 235.
Mary, Queen of Scots, i. 343; ii. 275.

inscription for a print of, iii. 113, 123,

160, 168, 169.
Mason, Rev. William, ii. 157 ; iii. 396.
· his . Elfrida,' iii. 210.

his · Caractacus,' iii. 210.
his prosecution of Mr. Murray, the
bookseller, iv. 152, 153 n.
- his share in the Heroic Epistle,' iv.

485; v. 211, 211 11.
Masquerades, ii. 194.
Mass, ii. 107.
Massillon, iii. 4.
Massinger, his play of “The Picture,' iv.

281.
Masters, Mary, i. 225; v. 135.
Matrimonial infidelities, iii. 390.

Thought! a song, by Boswell, ii. 114.
Mattaire, Johnson's character of, iv. 335.

his account of the • Stephani,' iv. 335.
- his “Senilia,' iv. 335.

his book of the dialects, iv. 335.
Maty, Dr. Matthew, i. 270; iii. 472 n.

some account of, i. 270 n.

Gibbon's character of his Biblio-
thèque Britannique,' i. 270 n.
Maupertius, ii. 55.
Mawbey, Sir Joseph, ii. 68 1.
Maxwell, Rev. Dr. William, his anecdotes

of Johnson, i. 373, 388 1., 428; ii.
121.

some account of, i. 373 n.
Mayne, William, esq., iv. 284 n.
Mayo, Rev. Dr., ii. 231, 233, 237, 237 n.
Mead, Dr., iv. 17, 222.
Meadowbank, Lord, iv. 66 n.
Meals, stated, iv. 164.
Medals, only valuable as a stamp of merit,

iii. 195.
Medicated baths, of, ii. 101.
Meditation on a pudding, iii. 46.
Mediterranean, iii. 400.
Meek, Rev. Dr., i. 258, 261.
Melancholy, i. 36, 74 n., 460; ii. 46,

435 ; iii. 329, 371, 452, 461; iv. 25,
27, 292, 301, 354; v. 119.
- Johnson's remedy against, i. 460 ; iii.
329, 371; iv. 26, 235.

Johnson projects a history of his, ii.
46.
Melancthon, iii. 482, 485.

Boswell's letter to Johnson from the

tomb of, iii. 485 n.
Melchor, Jacobus, iii. 127 n.
Melcombe, George Bubb Dodington, Lord,

i. 185 n., 192; iv. 430 n.
Melmoth, William, esq., iv. 305, 307.

some account of, iv. 305 n.
- his · Letters' quoted, v. 169 n.

344 n.

with public singers, iii. 244.
disgraceful state of the law respecting,
iii. 344 n.
- service, ii. 113, 113 n.

Boswell's song on, ii. 114.
Bill, royal, ii. 144.

ties, iii. 390; iv. 164.
Marriages, late, i. 13, 387.

mercenary, ii. 58.
with inferiors, iii. 203.

second, ii. 78.
Marsigli, Dr., i. 342, 360; iv. 268.
Martial, Johnson's fondness for, i, 40 n.
- Elphinston's translation of, iv. 114.

· Hay's translation of, iii. 63.
Martin's Account of the Hebrides,' i.
462 ; ii. 250 ; iv. 97.

Antiquitates Divi Andrei,' ii. 296 n.,
297.
Martinelli, Vincenzio, i. 425 ; ii. 208.

an

Melville, Viscount: see Dundas.
Member of parliament, duty of, on

election committee, iv. 444.
Memis, Dr., iii. 167, 172, 247, 458, 464,

529.
Memory, i. 12, 300, 393 n.; ii. 248, 303;

iv. 44, 44 n., 278, 346, 501.
Menagiana,' ii. 228 ; iii. 292 n., 371;

iv. 182 n., 207 n. ; v. 61 n.
Mental diseases, not to be dwelt on, v. 302.
Merchant of Venice,' curious mistake in

a French translation of, iv. 513.
Merchants, i. 507 ; iii. 22.
- enlarged views of our great, iv. 336.
Mercheta mulierum, iii. 15.
Merit, intrinsic, i. 455.
-- men of, not neglected, v. 51.
Metaphysical tailor, v. 66.
Metaphysics, i. 40.
Metcalfe, Philip, esq.,

i. 398 n. ; iii. 450;
v. 165.
Method, advantages of, iii. 457.
Methodism, i. 377.
Methodists, i. 377, 382, 385, 479; iii. 87;

v. 238, 338 n.
- appellation of, when first given, i. 470.
- Rev. Joseph Milner's Defence of, i.

470.
Meynell, Mr., i. 51 ; iv. 249.

- Hugh, esq., his happy expression re-
specting London, iv. 249.
Mickle, William Julius, ii, 177 n.; iii.

44 n.; v. 140, 204.
- his · Lusiad,' v. 140.
Microscopes, ii. 38.
Micyllus, Jacobus, iii. 127 n.
Middle state, doctrine of a, i. 219; iii.
52, 52 n.

rank in France, want of, iii. 274,

274 n., 287.
Middlesex election, iv. 74, 284.
Middleton, Lady Diana, ii. 318 n.; iii. 542.
Middleton's 'Life of Cicero,' v. 228.
Midgeley, Dr. Samuel, v. 77, 77 n.
Migration of birds, ii. 232.
Military character, respect paid to, ii. 83;

iii. 375.
Miller, Andrew, the bookseller, anecdotes

of, i. 157, 273; iv. 261.
- Lady, account of her vase at Bath-
easton, iii. 211, 211 n.

Professor John, iii. 65 n.
Milner, Rev. Joseph, his defence of the

methodists, i. 470 n.

Lauder's forgery against, i. 204.
Milton, John, i. 204 ; ii. 226, 257; iii.

143 1., 286; iv. 225, 251, 279, 351,
407, 435, 442; v. 201, 223.
'The Apotheosis of,' not written by
Johnson, i. 110.
Johnson's abhorrence of his political
notions, but admiration of his poetical
merit, i. 204, 206 ; ii. 226; iv. 407.

Milton, John, his grandaughter, John-
son's prologue for the benefit of, i. 204.

his . Tractate on Education,' iv. 225.
- Johnson's Life of, iv. 407.
- his picture of man, iv. 442, 442 n.
- Johnson's saying respecting, v. 201.
Mimickry, ii. 145.
Mind, ii. 145 ; iii. 417; iv. 110, 195,

196 ; v. 469.
- influence of the weather on the, i, 318.
management of the, iii. 329.
Cardan's mode of composing his, iv.
26 n.
Miracles, i. 458; iv. 40.
Miseries of human life, iii. 226.
Misers, ii. 345 ; iii. 9; iv. 182.
Misery, balance of, v. 199, 371.
Misfortunes, iv. 362.
Missionaries, iii. 87.
Mistresses, i. 370; iii. 87.
Modesty, iv. 219.
Moira, Earl of, ii. 411 n.
Molière, iii. 4; iv. 378.
Moltzer, Jacobus, iii. 127 n.
Monarchy, iii. 411.
Monasteries, i. 354; ii. 10, 297.
Monboddo, James Burnet, Lord, and his

writings, ii. 75, 138, 182 n., 244, 281,
309, 309 n., 311, 317 n., 343; iji.
25 n., 73, 262, 466, 540; iv. 16, 24,
67, 307, 500; v. 170.
- some account of, ii. 138 n.
· Johnson's visit to, ii. 311.

his remarks on Johnson's style, iv. 24.
Money, ii. 296 ; iv. 118, 206.
- advantages of, iv. 31.

borrowers, v. 25, 29.
Money-getting, iii. 198; iv. 253.
Monks, iii. 270.
Monkton, Hon. Mary, the present Countess
of Cork and Orrery, iv. 307, 313.
some account of, iv. 307 n.

Boswell's verses to, iv. 482.
Monnoye, M. de la, iv. 182.
Monro, Dr., v. 157.
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, her ‘Let.

ters,' iv. 378.
· Mrs., anecdotes of, i. 222 n., 339,
342, 389, 490 n. ; ii. 65 n., 88, 468;
iii. 114, 256, 295, 296, 412; iv. 78,
98, 99 n., 230, 245, 304 11., 312, 322,
435, 443; v. 99, 124, 128, 173.
- Johnson's letters to, i. 339, 342.

Johnson's admiration and esteem for,
i. 339 n. ; v. 173.

her Letters,' edited by Lord Rokeby,
i. 339 n.

her •Essay on Shakspeare,' ii. 88,
468.
- coolness between Johnson and, ii. 90 n.
– takes offence at Johnson's Life of Lord

Lyttleton, iv. 435, 435 n , 443, 443 n.
Montaigne, i. 377 n.

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