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Place-hunters, iv. 90.
Plagiary, Sir Fretful, character of, intended

for Mr. Cumberland, ii. 197 n.
• Plain Dealer,' i. 131, 150.
Planting, iv. 58.

in Scotland, era of, iii. 100.
in Scotland, spur given to, by John.
son’s ‘Journey to the Western Islands,'

iii. 466.
Players, i. 143, 144, 175, 411; ii. 91,

223, 273, 281, 356 ; iii. 289, 310, 352;

iv. 35, 119, 339.
Pleasure, iii. 119, 554 ; iv. 100, 151,

260.
Pleasures, necessary to intellectual health,

iv. 371.
- no man a hypocrite in his, v. 212.
* Pleasures of the Imagination,' Aken-

side's, i. 349.
Plott's “ History of Staffordshire,' iv. 40.
Plunkett, Lord, iii. 241 n.
Pococke, Dr. Richard, iv. 124 n.; v.

63.
Rev. Edward, the oriental linguist, iv.

124, 124 n., 359; v. 63 n.
Poetical scale, iv. 409.
Poetry, Johnson's early, i. 521.

reflections on. iii. 227.
Poets, ii. 214, 319.

the preservers of languages, iii. 400.
none of our great, have left issue,

i. 205 n.
• Polite Philosopher,' iii. 386.
Politeness, ii. 316; iv. 9.

Johnson's, ii. 36, 261, 316; iii. 58,

238 n.; iv. 198, 501.
Politian's Latin Poems, Johnson's pro-

jected edition of, i. 58.
Politics, modern, iii. 228, 244.
Polygamy, ii. 438.
Poor, a decent provision for, the test of

civilization, i. 389.
methods of employing, iv. 335.

of London, iv. 275.
Pope, Alexander, i. 32, 98, 157; ii. 85,

86, 314, 314 n.; iii. 41, 114; iv.
264.
his liberal conduct on the appearance
of Johnson's · London,' i. 98.

recommends Johnson to Earl Gower,
i. 101.
his note concerning Johnson, i. 114.
his peculiar mode of writing, and im-
perfect spelling, i. 115.
his Messiah' translated into Latin
verse by Johnson, i. 32.

Johnson's observation on the proposal
for erecting a monument to him in St.
Paul's Church, i. 214 n. ; ii. 226.
- Johnson's dissertation on the Epitaphs
of, i. 292.
- his Dunciad' written primarily for
famc, iii. 209.

Pope, Alexander, Johnson's character of

his · Homer,' iv. 113.
- his “Essay on Man,' iv. 276 n., 277,

278.
- Dr. Blair's Letter concerning his

Essay on Man,' iv. 277.
- his knowledge of Greek, iv. 277.
his Grotto, iv. 340, 340 n.
his · Preface' to Shakspeare, iv. 411 n.
Johnson's Life of, iv. 413.
Johnson's character of his poetry, iv.
193, 414.

his limited conversational powers, iv.
417.
- his " Universal Prayer,' iv. 213.

Lewis's verses to, v. 203, 203 n.
Pope, Dr. Walter, his ‘Old Man's Wish,'

iv. 350.
Popery, i. 214; ii. 105, 108.
Population, ii. 103, 264; iv. 87.
Porridge-Island, iv. 381, 381 n.
Porter, Mrs., afterwards Johnson's wife,

i. 5, 12, 63, 64, 68.
Porter, Miss Lucy, i. 5, 12, 13, 55 n.,

59, 59 n., 215, 326, 342, 351, 372,
435, 498; ii. 3, 61, 68, 117, 131; iji.
252, 356, 361 n.; iv. 62, 72, 290,
295 ; v. 116, 131.
- Johnson's letters to, i. 175, 326, 327,
328, 329, 330, 340, 342, 351, 435,
440, 498; iii. 263, 266, 267, 350; iv.
62, 72, 238, 241, 266, 303, 463; y.
1, 14, 112, 114, 133, 137, 154, 157,
167, 303.

Mrs., the actress, v. 131.
Porteus, Dr. Beilby, Bishop of Chester,

afterwards Bishop of London, iv. 137,

290, 293 n., 361, 446, 462 n.
Portland, Lady Margaret, Duchess Dow-
ager of, iv. 310.

some account of, iv. 310 n.
Portrait, Mr. Beauclerk's inscription on

the frame of Johnson's, v. 59, 59 n.
Portrait-painting, an improper employ-

ment for a woman, iii. 237.
Portraits, ii. 441.
Portraits of Dr. Johnson, list of the va.

rious, v. 353 n., 378.
Possibilities, ii. 281.
Post-chaise travelling, iii. 339, 370; iv.
Posterity, iii. 302.
Pott, Archdeacon, his Sermons, iii. 346.
Potter, Rev. Dr. Robert, iv. 4, 4 n.

Johnson's parody on his verses, iv. 4.

his translation of Æschylus, iv. 113.
Poverty, i. 454; iv. 375; v. 25, 29, 33,

36, 42, 266.
Power, despotic, iv. 141, 164.
Power of the Crown, ii. 165.
Praise, ii. 51; iv. 80, 132, 363, 381, 453,

455; v. 172.
- indiscriminate, iv. 260.

9, 10.

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Praise, effect of exaggerated, iv. 453, 455.
Praise and flattery, difference between, iii.

139 11.
Prayer, ii. 273, 303, 352, 354; v. 107,

193.
Book of Common, y. 193.
form of, Johnson's arguments for, iii.
60; v. 193.

Johnson's affecting one, on the death

of his wife, i. 213.
Prayers, Johnson's classification of, v. 294.
* Prayers and Meditations,' Johnson's, i.

39 n., 42, 65, 177, 213, 236, 242, 286,
289, 317, 328, 339, 343, 494, 495,
501, 504; ii. 42, 44, 46, 116, 134, 182,
184, 205, 240, 247, 248; iii. 114, 164,
235, 389, 454, 461, 462; iv. 161, 175,
176, 250, 322, 331, 401, 457, 557 ; v.
7, 15, 20, 37, 285, 294, 295 n., 307,

309, 335, 335 n.
Preaching above the capacity of the con.

gregation, v. 63.
Precocity in children, iii. 294.
Preceptor', Dodsley's, i. 166.
Predestination, ii. 106.
Prejudice, v. 47 n.
- Johnson's, against Scotland and Scotch-
men, ii. 257, 353; iii. 176, 181 n.,

250 n.; v. 54.
Premium scheme, in Dublin University,

i. 306.
Prendergast, Colonel Sir Thomas, his pre-

sentiment of his death, ii. 178, 178 n.
Presbyterians, ii. 105; iii. 36, 77, 79.
Prescience of the Deity, iv. 149, 150 n,
Prescription of murder in Scotland, ii.

261, 321.
Presentiment of death, remarkable story

concerning, ii. 178, 178 n.
Press, superfetation of, prejudicial to good

literature, iv. 193.
Pretender, the Young, Boswell's account
of the escape of, ii. 561.

a history of, by Sir Walter Scott, a

desideratum, iii. 88 n.
Price, Archdeacon, iii. 154.

Dr. Richard, v. 123 n.
Priestley, Dr. Joseph, iv, 150 n. ; v. 123,

123 n., 531.

Johnson's opinion of, i. 382.
Primrose, Lady Dorothea, iv. 421.
Prince of Wales, his situation, v. 61.

afterwards George IV., ii. 41.
Prince Titi,' history of, iii. 271.
Principle, i. 457.
Principles, fundamental, iii. 244 n.
Principles of Politeness,' Trusler's, iii.

418 n.
Pringle, Sir John, ii. 158, 329; iii. 72,

78 n., 79, 380 11., 427 ; iv. 26 n., 102.
Printer's devil, iv. 472.
Printing-house, Virgil's description of the

entrance into Hell applied to, iii. 5.

Printing, ii. 165; iii. 158, 400, 401 n.
Prior, Matthew, ii. 80; iv. 44,271, 310 1.
- Johnson's extraordinary defence of, iv.

45, 45 n.
Prior's 'Life of Burke' quoted, i. 408 ;

v. 317 n.
Prisons on the continent, v. 167.
Pritchard, Mrs., the actress, i. 172 ; ii.

92, 357; iii. 224.
Private conversation, v. 97.
Prize-fighting, ii. 452.
Procrastination, i. 178.
Procurators of Edinburgh, Johnson's ar-

gument against a prosecution by, against

the publisher of a libel, iv. 503, 523.
Progress of Discontent,'Warton's, i. 268n.
Prologues, i. 156; ii. 47; iii. 199, 478;

v. 131.
Pronunciation, ii. 152, 318; iii. 352; iv. 49.
Property, ii. 236.

laws of, iii. 301, 308.
Propitiatory sacrifice, ii. 323 n.; iv. 499.
Prosperity, is. 218.
Prostitutes, iv. 429.
Prostitution, iii. 382.
Providence, a particular, v. 169 n.
Prussia, King of, iv. 195, 480.

his writings, i. 419.
Psalmanazer, George, iv. 172 ; v. 66, 171.
Psalms, biblical version of, iii. 142 n.
Public amusements, ii. 164.

institutions, administration of, iii. 418.
speaking, ii. 199; iii. 214.
schools, iii. 377; iv. 18; v. 209.
Virtue,' Dodsley's, iv. 352.

worship, i. 431 n.
Pudding, meditation on a, iii. 46.
Puffendorf, ii. 150; iii 316.
Pulpit, liberty of the, iii. 424, 425, 455,

455 n., 532.
Pulsation, theory of, iii. 398.
Pulteney, Right Hon. William, afterwards

Earl of Bath, iii. 34, 525.
Punctuation, iii. 397, 397 n.
Punishment, eternity of, iv. 53, 498; v.

198.
Punishments, iv. 124.
Puns, ii. 199, 228, 228 1. ; iv. 184; v.

212, 213.
Purcell, iii. 217.
Purgatory, i. 219; ii. 107, 156.
Purposes, good, the benefit of, v. 306 n.

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Quarterly Review, its review of Horace

Walpole's Memoirs, v. 211.
Questioning, not the mode of conversation

among gentlemen, iii. 362, 362 n.
Quin, iii. 243, 481; iv. 119.
Quos Deus vult perdere,' &c., whence

taken, v. 60, 61 n.
Quotation, iv. 475.

R.

that name,

Racine, iii. 4.
Rackstrow, Mr., of Fleet-street, Johnson's

colonel in the trained band, v. 215.
Radcliffe, Dr., small success of his tra-

velling fellowships, v. 192.
Rajapouts, iv. 462.
Ralph, Mr. James, iv. 430 n.
Ramsay, Allan, esq., his “Gentle Shep-
herd,' ji. 208.
Allan, Esq. the painter, iv, 105, 105 n.,
106, 191, 193, 197; v. 281, 281 n.
Rambler,' Johnson publishes the, i. 176,
178, 179, 183, 189.
his reasons for giving
i. 176.

his prayer on commencing the under-
taking, i. 177.
Cave's letter to Richardson respecting
the author of, i. 184.
remarks on, i. 189, 202, 242.
translations of the mottoes to, i. 202,
203 n.
Italian translation of, iv. 287.

translated into Russian, v. 174, 465.
Ranby, John, Esq., his “Doubts on

the Abolition of the Slave Trade,' iv.

56.
Ranelagh, ii. 163; iii. 258; iv. 52.
Ralegh, Sir Walter, i. 203.
• Random Records, Colman's, iii. 420 n.
Rank, its importance in society, i. 456 ;

ii. 12, 171, 171 n., 245; iii. 203; iv.

384.
Rasay, isle of, ii. 392, 396, 400, 402,

404; iii. 106, 545, 552.
Rasay, John Macleod, Laird of, ii. 396,

397, 397 n., 404; iii. 104, 107 n, 250,
491, 552.
- his letter to Boswell, on Johnson's
Journey to the Hebrides,'üi. 104.
Johnson's letter to, iii. 106.
Lady, ii. 396; iii. 552.

Miss Flora, ii. 41).
* Rascal,'Johnson's use of the word, iii. 366.
• Rasselas,' Prince of Abyssinia, John-

son's, i. 58, 328 n., 330, 332, 340,
447; iv. 176, 222, 492.

written in one week to defray the ex-
pense of his mother's funeral, i. 331.

translated into four languages, ii. 196.
Ratcliff, Dr, master of Pembroke, his

neglect of Johnson at Oxford, i. 257.

Ratcliff, Dr., some account of, i. 258 n.
Rattakin mountain, ii. 375.
Rawlinson, Dr. Richard, the antiquarian,

v. 39.

some account of, v. 39 n.
Ray, Miss, iv. 254.
Reading, iii. 241, 408; iv. 45, 46, 363,

377, 379.
- advantages of, iii. 236.
- snatches of, iv. 352.
the small quantity of, in the world,
v. 99.

the manner and effect of, i. 28, 443;
iv. 45, 46, 257.
best mode of, iii. 408.

and writing, ii. 181; iii. 401.
Red ink, properties of, iv. 319.
Reed, Mr. Isaac, i. 173; ii. 228 n.; iv.

405.
Refinement, in education, iv. 18.
Reformers, ii. 235.
Regatta, described, iii. 257.
Registration of deeds, Johnson's note on,

iv. 444.
Rehearsal,' the Duke of Buckingham's,

ii. 163; iv. 414; v. 216.
Rein-deer, introduction of into England,

ii. 162.
Relations, ii. 339.
Relationship, ii. 172, 339.
Religion, i. 38, 289, 382, 406, 413, 495,

496, 501, 518; ii. 5, 10, 73, 98, 105,
107, 108, 114, 116, 142, 168, 201,
304, 462; iii. 10, 18, 362; iv. 156,
204, 240, 462, 496 ; v. 95.
natural and revealed, v. 328.

Roman Catholic, v. 188.
Religious discourse, v. 96.
- impressions, iv. 497.

orders, iii. 323.

discipline, iv. 497.
· Remembrance' and 'Recollection,' di-

stinction between, iv. 501, 501 n.
Renegado,' definition of, i. 281.
Rents, ii. 103, 425, 521.
Repentance, iv. 153; v. 92, 309 n.
Resentment, iii. 404; v. 282.
Resolutions, difficulty of keeping, ii. 116.

of amendment, iii. 235.
Respect not to be paid to an adversary,

ii. 266.
* Respublicæ,' the little volumes entitled,

iii. 417.
Resurrection, i. 350; iv. 466; v. 93.
Retired tradesmen, iii. 213.
Retirement from the world, ii. 297; v. 3.
Retort, Johnson's dexterity in, v. 63.
Reviews and Reviewers, v. 94.

Monthly and Critical, ii. 396, 409.
Reviewers, impropriety of returning thanks

to, iv. 427.
Revolution of 1688, ii. 212; v. 50, 50 n.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, i. 114, 115, 116,

269 n.,

142, 179, 210, 227, 278, 353, 359,
362, 366, 368, 490, 492 n. ; ii. 17, 40,
84, 89, 112, 135, 223, 256 n.,
335, 342, 360, 513; iii. 168, 168 n ,
181, 240, 320, 371, 405, 408, 444,
450, 454; iv. 85, 86 n., 116, 159, 168,
169 n., 177, 189, 191, 202, 209, 231,
245 n., 258, 296, 338, 396, 443, 462,
470, 489 n. ; v. 99, 108, 136, 144, 149,

177, 178 n., 212, 281, 282, 325.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Johnson's dulce

decus,' i. 227.
his prices for portraits, i. 324 n.
his visit to Devonshire with Johnson,
i. 366.
- Johnson's letters to, i. 499; ii. 132 ;
iii. 446, 447, 454; iv. 236 ; v. 3, 39,
78, 108, 281.
style and economy of his table, iii. 444.
two dialogues by, in imitation of John-
son's style of conversation, iv. 169,
514, 514 n.
- his · Discourses to the Royal Aca-

demy,' i. 217.
Reynolds, Miss, i. 325, 355, 499; iii. 40 n.,

237 n., 286 n., 322 n., 341 11., 389, 412,
413, 446; iv. 68, 50, 98, 152, 200, 296,
305, 319 11., 324, 441, 451, 487; v. 4 n.

her character by Johnson, i. 499 n.
- Johnson's letters to, iii. 398, 409, 447;
iv. 240, 288, 319; v. 4, 26, 117, 118,
129, 135, 138, 164, 167, 181.

her letter to Johnson, iii. 446.
- her description of certain points of
Johnson's character, iv. 200.

her · Essay on Taste,' v. 3, 4.
- her · Recollections' of Dr. Johnson,

V. 383.
Rhetorical gesture, Johnson's ridicule of,

i. 319.
Rheumatism, Johnson's recipe for, iii. 237.
Rhubarb, v. 156.
Rhudlan Castle, iii. 140.
Rhyme, its excellence over blank verse,

i. 442; iv. 410.
Rich, Miss, iii. 212 n.
Richardson, Samuel, i. 117, 178, 178 1.,

183, 185 n., 210, 242, 275, 289, 290,
325, 359, 372, 384; ii. 25, 49, 50,
169; iii. 91; iv. 35, 172, 305, 336,
360; v. 99.

a contributor to the · Rambler,' i. 178.
- Johnson's character of, i. 178, 210;

ii. 169; iii. 91.
- Johnson's letters to, i. 210 n., 242, 289,

290.
- Johnson's constant resource in pecu-

niary difficulties, i. 290 n.
compared with Fielding, ii. 50.
his limited conversational powers, iv.

360.
Richardson, Jonathan, i. 98.
- Mr., an attorney, i. 193.

Richardson, Miss, i. 359 n.
Riches, i. 453, 454; ii. 145, 161 ; v. 266.

influence acquired by, ii. 345.
Riddoch, Mr., ii. 320, 325, 329.
Ridicule, the great use of, iv. 250, 349.
Riggs, Mrs., iii. 212 n.
Ring, Johnson's wedding, i. 214, 498.
Riots of 1780, iv. 314, 323.
Ritter, Joseph, ii. 288, 288 n.; iii. 297 n.
Rivers, Earl of, i. 146.
Rizzio, David, ii. 278.
Robert of Doncaster, inscription on his

stone, iii. 536.
Robertson, Dr. James, ii. 277.

. Dr. William, the historian, i. 293;
ii. 30, 54, 64, 187, 224, 225, 252, 268,
273, 276, 278, 353; iii. 66, 66 1., 89,
93, 118; iv. 23, 192, 194, 196, 278,
449; v. 220 n.
his style formed upon that of Johnson,
iy. 23.

his History of Scotland,' iv. 195.
Robin-Hood Society, religious, iv. 466.
Robinson Crusoe, iv. 123, 377.
Robinson, Dr. Richard, i. 391.

some account of, i. 391 n.

Sir Thomas, i. 389, 448; iii. 257.
Rochefoucault, Duc de, iv. 379.
Rochester, John Wilmot, second Earl of,

his poems, ii. 419 n.; iv. 44.
Rockville, Alexander Gordon, Lord, i.

481 n.; iii. 90.
Rod, punishment of the, i. 20 ; ii. 332.
Rodney, Admiral Lord, iii. 282 1.
Roffette, Abbè, iii. 286.
Rogers, Captain Francis, i. 367 n.
Rokeby, Morris Robinson, Lord, i. 339.
Rolt, Richard, his · Dictionary of Trade
and Commerce,' i. 349.

anecdotes of, i. 349.
Roman Catholic Church, Johnson's cha-

ritable opinion of, i. 214, 214 n.; ii.

105, 107, 108, 142.
Roman Catholic religion, iii. 382; v. 188.
Romances, iv. 348.
-- reasons for reading, iv. 348.

Johnson's passion for, i. 24.
Romans, character of the ancient, i. 296.
Rome, the fountain of elegance, iv. 194.
Romney, Mr., the painter, iii. 409 n.
Rose, Dr., of Chiswick, i. 20 n.; v. 117.
his repartee on Johnson's pension, v.

47 n.
Rev. Charles, i. 502 n.
Mrs., her anecdotes of Johnson, v.

412.
Roscommon, Johnson's Life of, i. 166.
Roslin Castle, iii. 97.
Ross, Rev. Dr. John, Bishop of Exeter,

v. 170, 171.
Rothes, Lady, Mr. Bennet Langton's

wife, ii. 123, 133; iii. 467; iv. 158 n.;
v. 116.

Roubiliac, the sculptor, trick played on

Goldsmith by, i. 124.
Round-robin sent to Johnson on the sub-

ject of Goldsmith's epitaph, iii. 448,

450.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, i. 452, 454; ii.

Il; v. 187.
– Johnson's opinion of, ii. 11, 75.

his · Profession de Foi,' ii. 12.

his · Confessions,' ii. 12 n.
Round numbers false, v. 223.
Rowe, Mrs., i. 296.
Rowley, Thomas, iü. 415.
Royal Academy, ii. 69; v. 98, 99.

family, ii. 497; ii. 521.
Rudd, Margaret Caroline, iii. 337 11.,

442; iv. 191.
Ruddiman, Thomas, i. 187 ; ii. 20, 204,

309; iv. 239.
Rudeness of manner, Johnson's occasional,

iii. 65 n., 66 n., 77, 346, 413, 427;
iv. 20, 200, 255, 345, 360, 369, 376,

384 n., 417, 469, 487.
Ruffhead's “Life of Pope,' ii. 161.
Ruins, artificial ones, iii. 157 n.
* Rumble,' Hayley's ridicule of Johnson

under the character of, v. 240.
Runic inscription, i. 132 n.
Rural sports, iv. 370.
Russia, Catharine, empress of, iv. 236.

orders the Rambler' to be translated
into Russian, v. 174, 465.
Russell, Lord, ii. 198; iv. 131.

Dr., his 'Aleppo,' v. 50.
Rutty, Dr. John, extracts from his ‘Spi-

ritual Diary,' iv. 21.
Ryder, Hon. and Rev. Mr., i. 64 n.

St. Helens, Allen Fitzherbert, Lord, his

communication to the editor, iv. 524 n.,
528 n.
some account of, iv. 528 n.
Kilda, ii. 52, 140, 349, 504.
Rule's chapel, ii. 296.
Vitus's dance, described by Sydenham,

i, 115; ii. 257.
Saints, worship of, ii. 107.
Salamanca, University of, i. 466.
Salisbury cathedral, v. 129.

Bishop of, see Douglas, ii. 248.
Sallust, Spanish translation of, v. 72.
Salter, Rev. Dr., i. 162, 193.
Sanderson, Bishop, ii. 106 n.

Professor, ii. 183.
Sandwich, John, sixth Earl of, iv. 254 n.
Santerre, the Parisian brewer, iii. 279,

279 n.
Saratoga, surrender of the British army at,

iv. 222.
Sardinia, ii. 83.
Sarpedon, ii. 136 n.
Sarpi, Father Paul, his “ History of the

Council of Trent,' i. 76, 104, 107.

his Life by Johnson, i. 109.
Sastres, Mr., the Italian master, iii. 386 ;

iv. 78.

Johnson's letters to, v. 437.
Satire, general, iv. 376.
Savage, Richard, i. 96, 133, 138, 139, 141.
- Johnson's Life of, i. 131, 138, 141,
145.
inquiry as to his birth, i. 145.
his tragedy of “Sir Thomas Overbury,'
iii. 479, 479 n.

his ‘Wanderer' quoted, v. 186.
Savage girl of Amiens, ii. 343.

life, ii. 216.
Savages, ii. 75, 159, 216, 232, 315, 317;

iii. 414, 417; v. 90, 205.
Savings, tritling, iv. 159.
Scaliger, iii. 293 n.
Scalpa, island of, ii. 393.
Scarsdale, Lord, iii. 129 ; iv. 8.
Scepticism, ii. 282 ; iii. 527.

- Johnson's eleven causes of, v. 294.
Schedel, of Nuremberg, iii. 156 n.
Schomberg, Dr. Ralph, the Jew physician,

iii. 354 n.
Schoolmasters, i. 20, 66;. ii. 137, 150,

166 n., 179; v. 230.
Schools, public, iii. 377, 377 n.; iv. 18.
Science, books of, ii. 369 n.
Scorpions, curious inquiry concerning, ii.
Score, a song in, iii. 201 n.

meaning of the word, iii. 201 n.
Scotch, Johnson's feelings towards, i. 379,

439; ii. 54, 79, 152, 187, 229, 275 n.,
305, 321, 472; iii. 35, 181, 181 n.,
187, 239, 317, 318; iv. 103, 259, 321,
343, 475, 505 ; v. 47, 47 n., 64.

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Sabbath, Johnson's habitual reverence of,

i. 287 ; ii. 5, 73, 74 n.
Sacheverel, Dr., i. 11, 12.

his · History of the Isle of Man,' iii.

31.
Sacrament, ii. 350; iv. 496 ; v. 189 n.

- Fleetwood on the, recommended by

Johnson, v. 465.
- impropriety of receiving it sitting, iv.

251.
Sagacity and intuition, difference be-

tween, v. 244, 244 n.
Sailor, life of a, ii. 369, 473; iii. 325,

326; iv. 121.
- Johnson's great abhorrence of the life
of, i. 338.

English, iii. 95, 525; iv. 121.
St. An cew's, ii. 293; iii. 539.

- Asaph, bishop of, see Shipley, iii. 136 ;
v. 135.
- Columba, iii. 31, 32,

55.

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