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Ireland, ancient state of, i. 321;
peerages and property, ii. 421;
style condemned by Hume, iii. 257, n. 3;
praised by Mackintosh, ib.;
a model to Johnson, i. 218.
TEMPLE OF FAME, ii. 358.
TEMPTATION, exposing people to it, iii. 237.
TENANTS, their independence, v. 304:
See LANDLORDS, and under SCOTLAND, Hebrides, landlords and tenants.
TENDERNESS OF HEART, v. 240.
_Tenders_, v. 196, n. 1.
TENERIFFE, iv. 358.
TENISON, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury,
Psalmanazar introduced to him, iii. 447.
TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord, poet-laureate, i. 185, n. 1;
_Ulysses_ quoted, v. 278, n. 2.
TENURES, ancient, ii. 202; iii. 414.
TERENCE, quoted, i. 129, n. 1; ii. 358, n. 3, 465, n. 3.
TESTIMONY, compared with argument, iv. 281.
_Tetty_ or _Tetsey_, i. 98.
THACKERAY, W. M.,
Addison's _Cato_, quotations from, i. 199, n. 2;
one failing, iv. 53, n. 4;
_History of the Newcomes_ quoted, ii. 300, n. 3;
subscribed to the annuity for Johnson's goddaughter, iv. 202, n. 1.
THALES, i. 125, n. 4.
THAMES,
Budgell drowns himself in it, ii. 229; v. 54;
convicts working on it, iii. 268, n. 4;
Johnson and Boswell row to Greenwich, i. 458;
to Blackfriars, ii. 432;
returns on it from Rochester, iv. 233, n. 2;
_London_, mentioned in, i. 460;
New-England men at its mouth, v. 317;
ribaldry of passers-by, iv. 26.
THATCHING, v. 263.
_The one_, iv. 211, n. 2.
THEATRES,
French and English compared in point of decency, ii. 50, n. 3;
orange-girls, v. 185, n. 1;
proposal for a third one, iv. 113:
See under LONDON, Covent Garden, Drury Lane, and Haymarket.
THEBES, ii. 179.
THEFT, allowed in Sparta, ii. 176; iii. 293.
THELWALL, John, iv. 278, n. 3.
THEOBALD, Lewis,
_Double Falsehood_, iii. 395, n. 1;
Pope, attacked by, ii. 334, n. 1;
Shakespeare, edits, v. 244, n. 2;
Warburton, compared with, i. 329;
helped by him, v. 80.
THEOCRITUS, iv. 2.
_Theodosius_, ii. 471.
_Theophilus Insulanus_, v. 225.
THEOPHRASTUS, v. 378.
THICKNESSE, Philip, criticises Smollett, iii. 235-6.
THIEVES, all men naturally thieves, iii. 271.
_Thing_, not _the_, iv. 89.
THINKING, liberty of, ii. 249, 252.
THIRLBY, Dr. Styan, iv. 161, n. 4.
THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES,
articles of peace, ii. 104;
meaning of subscription, ii. 151;
petition for removing the subscription, ii. 150;
motion to consider it, ii. 208, n. 4.
THOMAS, Colonel, iv. 211, n. 4.
THOMAS, Nathaniel, iii. 92, n. 2.
THOMSON, James,
blank verse of the _Seasons_, iv. 42, n. 7;
Boswell's assistance to Johnson in his _Life_, ii. 63;
iii. 116, 133, 359;
character, his, not to be gathered from his works, iii. 117, n. 7;
cloud of words, iii. 37;
_Edward and Eleonora_ not licensed, i. 141, n. 1;
family, account of his, iii. 359;
Johnson inserts him among the _Lives_, iii. 109;
letters to his sisters, ii. 64; iii. 117, 360;
licentiousness, ii. 63; iii. 117;
_Lives of Thomson_, iii. 116-7;
'loathed much to write,' iii. 360;
poetical eye, i. 453; ii. 63; iii. 37;
'Queensberry, worthy,' ii. 368, n. 1;
Quin's generosity to him, iii. 117;
Scotland, never returned to, iii. 117;
_Seasons_, quoted, i. 98, n. 1; iii. 151, n. 4;
by Voltaire, i. 435, n. 2;
sisters, generosity to his, ii. 64; iii. 360;
wine, love of, i. 359.
THOMSON, Rev. James,
case of ecclesiastical censure, iii. 58-64, 91.
THOMSON, Mr.,
a schoolmaster (the poet's brother-in-law), ii. 64; iii. 116, 360.
THORNTON, Bonnell,
_Adventurer_, writes for the, i. 252, n. 2;
Boswell enlivened by his witty sallies, i. 395;
_Ode on St. Cecilia's Day_, i. 420;
_Rambler_, parodies the, i. 218, n. 1;
_Student_, writes for the, i. 209.
THORP, Mr. Robert, of Macclesfield, iv. 393. n. 3.
THORPE, iii. 359.
THOUGHTS,
command of one's, ii. 190, 202, n. 2;
inquisitive and perplexing, iv. 370, n. 3;
troublesome at night, ii. 440;
vexing, iii. 5.
_Thoughts on Executive Justice_, iv. 328, n. 1.
_Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting Falkland's Islands_.
See _Falkland's Islands_.
THRALE FAMILY, account of the, i. 491, n. 1.
THRALE, John, a London merchant, i. 491, n. 1.
THRALE, 'Old,' the brewer, Henry Thrale's father, i. 490-1.
THRALE, Henry,
account of him, i. 490, 494;
ambition of out-brewing Whitbread, iii. 363, n. 5;
Baretti, present to, iii. 97;
Bath, visits, in 1776, iii. 44;
in 1780, iii. 421;
Boswell's familiarity in speaking of him, i. 492, n. 1;
hospitality to, iii. 45;
writes to him, iii. 372;
brewery,--profits, i. 491; iii. 210, 363, n. 5; iv. 87, n. 1;
beer brewed, ii. 396; iii. 210, n. 5;
L20,000 a year paid in excise, v. 130;
first sale of it, i. 490;
second sale, i. 491; iv. 86, n. 2, 132;
Cator, John, one of his executors, iv. 313;
champagne, his, iii. 119;
churches, intends to beautify two Welsh, v. 450;
death, iv. 84;
false report of it, iii. 107;
dinners and breakfasts at his house, ii. 77, 227, 246, 327,
338, n. 2, 349, 378, n. 1, 427; iii. 27, 248, 344; iv. 80;
dislikes the times, iii. 363;
eating, immoderate in, iii. 422-3; iv. 84, n. 4;
expenses, iii. 210;
France, tour to, ii. 384-401;
Goldsmith's _Haunch of Venison_, mentioned in, iii. 225, n. 2;
questions a statement of his about horses, ii. 232;
Gordon Riots, property in danger, iii. 435;
flees from Bath, ib., n. 2;
Grosvenor Square, house in, iv. 72;
heir, desires a male, ii. 469; iii. 95, 363, n. 4;
highwayman, robbed by a, iii. 239, n. 2;
illness, dangerous, i. 322, n. 1; iii. 397, 423, n. 1;
better, iii. 417, 420;
withdrawn from business, iii. 434;
very ill, iv. 72;
Baretti's account of it, iv. 84, n. 4;
Italy, projected tour to, ii. 423;
given up, iii. 6, 18, 27;
Johnson's affection for him, iii. 397, n. 2; iv. 84-5, 89, 100;
wishes to hear '_The History of the Thrales_ v. 313;
his feelings towards Johnson, ii. 77; iv. 84, 85, n. 1, 145, 340;
'will go nowhere without him,' iii. 27, n. 3;
and the Earl of Marchmont, iii. 345;
epitaph on him, iv. 85, n. 1;
his executor, iv. 85; receives a bequest of L200, iv. 86;
guardian of his children, iv. 198, n. 4;
illness in 1766, i. 521;
intimacy not without restraint, iii. 7;
introduction to his family, i. 490, 520; iii. 451;
kitchen, inquires into, ii. 215, n. 4;
loss by his death, iv. 85, 145, 157-9;
prayer on it, i. 240, n. 5;
suggests, as a member of parliament, ii. 137, n. 3;
writes _The Patriot_ for him, ii. 286;
Lade, Sir John, his nephew, iv. 412, n. 1;
melancholy, suffers from, iii. 363, n. 5;
'worried by the _dog_,' iii. 414, n, 1;
money difficulties, iv. 85, n. 2;
'My Master,' i. 494, n. 3; iii. 119;
portrait, iv. 158, n. 1;
prospects, loves, v. 439, n. 2;
receives L14,000, iii. 134, n. 1, 455;
Rome, will not die in peace without seeing, iii. 27, n. 3;
silent at Oglethorpe's, v. 277;
society in his house, i. 496;
son, loses his only surviving, ii. 468, 470;
grief, his, iii. 18, n. 1;
_orbus et exspes_, iii. 24, n. 5;
at the Assembly Rooms, Bath, iii. 45, n. 2;
son, loses his younger, iii. 4, n. 3;
Southwark,
Member for, i. 490;
receives 'instructions' from the electors, ii. 73, n. 2;
election of 1774, ii. 286, 287;
of 1780, Johnson writes his _Addresses_, iii. 422, n. 1, 439-440;
defeated, iii. 442;
house in the Borough, ii. 286, n. 1; iii. 6; iv. 72, n. 1;
Wales, tour to, ii. 285; v. 427-460;
wife's, his, jealousy, iii. 96, n. 1;
will, afraid of making his, iv. 402, n. 1;
account of it, iv. 86, n. 1;
mentioned, i. 83, n. 3; ii. 136, 311, 411; iii. 22-4, 54, n. 1, 126,
132, 158, n. 1, 190, n. 3, 222, 225, 240, 398, n. 3; v. 84, 102, n. 3.
THRALE, Henry (son of Mr. and Mrs. Thrale),
death, ii. 468, 471; iii. 4;
Johnson's letter on it, i. 236, n. 3;
his love of him, ii. 469; iii. 4.
THRALE, Hester Lynch (Miss Salusbury, afterwards Mrs. Piozzi),
account of her, i. 492-6;
birth, i. 149, n. 5, 520;
character by Johnson, i. 494;
by Miss Burney, iv. 82, n. 4;
dress and person, i. 494-5;
accident to her eye, iii. 214;
Argyll Street, house in, iv. 157, 164;
Baretti, character of, ii. 57, n. 3;
flatters her, iii. 49, n. 1;
ignorance of the scriptures, v. 121, n. 4;
knowledge of languages, i. 362, n. 1;
quarrel with, ii. 205, n. 3; iii. 49, n. 1, 96;
her account, ib., n. 1;
Bath, visits, in 1776, iii. 6, 44;
in 1780, iii. 421;
an evening at Mrs. Montagu's, iii. 422;
in 1783, iv. 166, 198, n. 4;
Beattie, Dr., loves, ii. 148;
Beauclerk's anecdote of the dogs, v. 329, n. 1;
Beauclerk, hatred of, i. 249, n. 1; v. 329, n. 1;
his truthfulness, ib.;
birthplace, v. 449-51;
Boswell,
accuses, of spite, iv. 72, n. 1;
of treachery, iv. 318, n. 1, 343;
advises, not to publish the _Life of Sibbald_, iii. 228;
alludes to her second marriage, iii. 49;
argues with, on Shakespeare and Milton, iv. 72;
brother David, iii. 434, n. 1;
compliments, on his long head, iv. 166;
controversy with, about Mrs. Montagu, v. 245;
dines with her, iv. 166;
hospitality to, iii. 45;
introduced to her, ii. 77;
'loves,' ii. 145, 206;
MS. _Journal_, reads, ii. 383;
proposes an epistle in her name, v. 139;
_British Synonymy_, iv. 412;
Burke's son, can make nothing of, iv. 219, n. 3;
Burney, Miss, letters to, iv. 340, n. 3;
calculating and declaiming, iii. 49;
canvasses for Mr. Thrale, iii. 442, n. 1;
character, influence of vice on, iii. 350;
children, her,
births, ii. 46, n. 3, 280; iii. 210, n. 4, 363, 393;
deaths, ii. 281, n. 2; iii. 109;
three living out of twelve, iv. 157, n. 3;
unfriendly with her married daughter, v. 427, n. 1;
Johnson's kindness to them, iv. 345;
clerk, gives a crown to an old, v. 440;
_clippers_, warned of, iii. 49;
common-place book, iv. 343;
conceit of parts, iii. 316;
Congreve, quotes from, ii. 227;
dates, neglects, i. 122, n. 2; iv. 88, n. 1;
Demosthenes's 'action,' ii. 211;
'despicable dread of living in the Borough,' iv. 72, n. 1;
divorces, iii. 347-8;
'dying with a grace,' iv. 300, n. 1;
Errol, Lord, at the coronation, v. 103, n. 1;
estate, prefers the owner to the, ii. 428;
fall from her horse, ii. 287;
Fermor's, Mrs., account of Pope, ii. 392, n. 8;
flattery, coarse mode of, ii. 349;
Johnson talks with her about it, v. 440;
Foster's _Sermons_, quotes, iv. 9, n. 5;
France, tour to, ii. 384-401;
French, contentment of the, v. 106, n. 4;
Convent, visits a, ii. 385;
maxims, attacks, iii. 204, n. 1;
Garrick's poetry, praises, ii. 78;
good breeding, want of, iv. 83;
Gordon Riots, alarmed at the, iii. 428, n. 4;
Gray's _Odes_, admires, ii. 327;
Grosvenor Square, removes to, iv. 72, n. 1;
Hogarth's account of Johnson, i. 147, n. 2;
illness, in 1779, iii. 397;
inaccuracy,
her extreme,
in general, i. 416, n. 2; iii. 226, 229;
no anxiety about truth, iii. 243, 404;
her defence of it, iii. 228;
instances of it--_Anecdotes_, iv. 340-7;
anecdote about in _vino veritas_, ii. 188, n. 3;
Barber's visit to Langton, i. 476, n. 1;
Garrick's election to the Club, i. 481;
Goldsmith and the _Vicar of Wakefield_, i. 415, 416, n. 2;
Johnson's answer to Robertson, iii. 336, n. 2;
and G. J. Cholmondeley, iv. 345;
harshness, i. 410;
lines on Lade, iv. 412, n. 1;
mother calling _Sam_, iv. 94, n. 4;
and small kindnesses, iv. 201, 343-4;
_Verses to a Lady_, i. 92, n. 2;
'natural history of the mouse,' ii. 194, n. 2;
_sutile_ mistaken for _futile_, iii. 284, n. 4;
indelicacy, iv. 84, n. 4;
insolence of wealth, shows the, iii. 316;
interpolation in one of Johnson's letters, suspected, ii. 383, n. 2;
Italian, an, on clean shirts, v. 60, n. 4;
jelly, her, compared with Mrs. Abington's, ii. 349;
Johnson's account of French sentiments and meat, ii. 385, n. 5;
advice about the brewery, iii. 382, n. 1;
about sweet-meats, iii. 186; iv. 90;
on Mr. Thrale's death, iii. 136, n. 2;
anxiety not to offend, iii. 54, n. 1;
appeals to her love and pity, iv. 229, n. 3;
appearances of friendship kept up with, iv. 164, 166;
apprehensive of evil, v. 232, n. 5;
asperses, i. 28;
wishes to depreciate him, i. 66, n. 2;
belief, fantastical account of, i. 68, n. 3;
biographers, i. 26, n. 1;
blames her conduct, iv. 277;
his friendly animadversions, iii. 48;
change in her feeling towards, iv. 340, n. 3;
on children's books, iv. 8, n. 3;
conversation too strong for the great, iv. 117;
copyist, iv--37;
dislike of extravagant praise, iii. 225;
of singularity, ii. 74, n. 3;
doubts her friendship, iv. 145, n. 2;
dress, iii. 325;
drives her from his mind, iv. 339, n. 3;
and the Earl of Marchmont, iii. 344;
her 'enchantment over,' v. 14;
epigram, translates, i. 83, n. 3;
flatters, ii. 332, n. 1, 349;
flatters her, iii. 34;
household, asks about, iii. 461-2;
illness in 1766, i. 521;
introduction to her, i. 520;
_Journey into North Wales_, v. 427, n. 1;
her kindness to, i. 520;
laugh, ii. 262, n. 2;
lectures, iv. 65, n. 1;
Letters,
publishes them for L500, i. 124, n. 4; ii. 43, n. 1;
arranged inaccurately, i. 122, n. 2;
error in date, iii. 453;
possible alterations and interpolations, ii. 383, n. 2;
iii. 49, n. 1, 96, n. 1;
read by Walpole, iv. 314;
her own 'studied epistles,' iii. 421;
his letters to her from Scotland, ii. 303, 305;
about the Gordon Riots, iii. 428-30;
her letters to him in Scotland, v. 84, n. 2
(for other letters, See under JOHNSON, letters);
love of her children, iv. 198, n. 4;
'loved' by her and Boswell, ii. 427;
mode of eating, i. 470, n. 2;
and Mrs. Montagu, iv. 64, n. 1, 65, n. l;
neglects, iv. 158-9;
leaves him in sickness and solitude, iv. 249, n. 2;
'one pleasant day since she left him,' iv. 436;
nursed in her house, iv. 141, 181;
_Ode_ to her, v. 157-8;
parody on Burke, iv. 317;
pleasure in her society, i. 493-6;
severe to her, iv. 159, n. 3;
stuns her, v. 288;
style, iii. 19, n. 2;
supposed wish to marry her, iv. 387, n. 1;
takes leave of her in April, 1783, iv. 198, n. 4;
talk, iv. 237, n. 1;
tenderness to her mother, ii. 263, n. 6;
urges economy, iv. 85, n. 2;
wishes for her and Mr. Thrale in the Hebrides, iii. 455;
would not toast her in whisky, v. 347;
'yoke' put upon her, iv. 340;
Lennox, Mrs., liked by nobody, iv. 275, n. 2;
Lichfield, visits, v. 428, nn. 1 and 3;
Long, Dudley, praises, iv. 81;
Lyttelton's vision, iv. 298, n. 3;
Malone's criticism on her _Anecdotes_, iv. 341;
marriage, second, alluded to by Boswell, ii. 328;
signs that it was coming on, iv. 158, n. 4;
takes place, iv. 339;
marrying inferiors in rank, ii. 328;
middle class abroad, absence of a happy, ii. 402, n. 1;
Montagu, Mrs., praises, iv. 275, n. 3;
mother, death of her, ii. 263;
Musgrave, Mr., ii. 343, n. 2; iv. 323, n. 1;
'My Mistress,' or 'Madam,' i. 494;
_officious_, iv. 137, n. 2;
Paris, contradictions in, iii. 352, n. 2;
_Piozzi Letters_:
See above under MRS. THRALE, _Johnson's Letters_;
Pope's _Universal Prayer_, iii. 346-7;
portrait, iv. 158, n. 1;
praise, blasts by, iv. 82;
Presto, the dog, iv. 347;
Prior's love verses, praises, ii. 78;
purse, uneasiness at losing her, v. 442;
_regale_, v. 347, n. 1;
Richardson's love of praise, v. 396, n. 1;
'severe and knowing,' iii. 318, n. 3;
Siddons, Mrs., as Euphrasia, v. 103, n. 1;
son, loses her only surviving, ii. 468, 470; iii. 6, 45, n. 2;
Johnson's advice to her, iii, 136, n. 2;
son, loses her younger, iii. 4, n. 3;
Thrale family, describes the rise of the, i. 491, n. 1;
Thrale's death, iv. 84;
effect on her and Johnson, v. 157;
describes his manners, i. 494, n. 1;
jealous of him, iii. 96, n. 1;
_Three Warnings_, ii. 26;
tongue, could not restrain her, iv. 82;
truth, indifference to: See above under inaccuracy;
Wales, estate in it, ii. 281;
tour there, ii. 285; v. 427-60;
wit, iv. 103, n. 1;
Young's, Dr., ignorance of rhopalick verses, v. 269, n. 3;
mentioned, ii. 142, 364, n. 3, 379; i11. 29, 33, 95, 126, 132,
248, 372; iv. 5, n. 1, 75, 80, 169, 242; v. 110.
THRALE, Miss,
Baretti's _Dialogues_ written for her, ii. 449, n. 2;
Bath, at, in 1780, iii. 422;
birth-day party, iii. 157, n. 3;
harpsichord, playing on the, ii. 409;
Johnson teaches her Latin, iv. 345, n. 2; v. 451, n. 2;
is visited by her in his last illness, iv. 339, n. 3;
Marie Antoinette, seen by, ii. 385;
marries Admiral Lord Keith, v. 427, n. 1;
mother, unfriendly with her, v. 427, n. 1;
portrait, iv. 158, n. 1;
Queeny, iii. 422, n. 4; v. 451, n. 2;
mentioned, iii. 6; iv. 86, n. 2.
THRALE, Miss Sophia,
Johnson advises her to study arithmetic, iv. 171, n. 3.
_Three Warnings, The_, ii. 26.
THRESHING, v. 263.
THROCKMORTON, Mr., of Weston Underwood, v. 439, n. 1.
THRONE, The, something behind it greater than it, iii. 416, n. 2.
THUANUS (De Thou),
Johnson thinks of translating his History, iv. 410;
mentioned, i. 32, 208, n. 1.
THUCYDIDES, his quotations from Homer, iii. 331.
THURLOW, first Lord,
Boswell bows the intellectual knee to him, iv. 179, n. 2;
_Journal of a Tour_, praises, i. 3, n. 1;
writes to him, iv. 327;
his answer, iv. 336;
character by Sir W. Jones, iv. 349, n. 3;
copyright, speech on, ii. 247, n. 5, 345;
Cowper, treatment of, iv. 349, n. 3;
duel with Andrew Stuart, ii. 230, n. 1;
Horne Tooke, encounter with, iv. 327, n. 4;
prosecutes him, iii. 354, n. 3;
Horsley, rewards, iv. 438;
Johnson's companion, iii. 22;
generous offer to, iv. 348;
letter to, iii. 441; v. 364, n. 1;
letter from him, iv. 349;
pension, proposed addition to, iv. 327-8, 348-350, 367-8;
would prepare himself to meet him, iv. 327;
legal opinion on Rev. J. Thomson's case, iii. 63;
Macbean and the Charterhouse, i. 187;
Prince of Wales and Sir John Ladd, iv. 412, n. 1;
'puts his mind to yours,' iv. 179;
Reynolds, letter to, iv. 350, n. 1;
Royal Marriage Bill, ii. 152, n. 2;
small certainties, ii. 323, n. 1;
Taylor's, Dr., lawsuit, iii. 44;
mentioned, iv. 310.
THUROT, M., iv. 101.
TIBER, iii. 251.
TIBULLUS,
Grainger's translation, ii. 454;
quoted, iv. 407, n. 1.
TICHBORNE TRIAL, v. 247, n. 2.
TICKELL, Richard,
_Epistle from the Hon. Charles Fox_, ii. 292, n. 4; iii. 388, n. 3;
_The Project_, iii. 318, n. 2.
TICKELL, Thomas,
aided Blackmore in his _Creation_, ii. 108;
_Life_ by Johnson, iv. 56.
TIGER, River, v. 242, n. 1.
TILLEMONT, Gibbon praises his accuracy, i. 7, n. 1.
TILLOTSON, John, Archbishop of Canterbury,
_Sermons_, iii. 247;
on transubstantiation, v. 71.
TIME AND SPACE, iv. 25.
_Times, The_, quoted, v. 400, n. 4.
TIMIDITY, iv. 200, n. 4.
TIMMINS, Mr. Samuel,
_Dr. Johnson in Birmingham_ quoted, i. 85, n. 3, 95, n. 3.
TINDAL, Dr., ii. 229, n. 1.
TIPPOO, iii. 356, n. 2.
_Titi, Prince_, ii. 391.
TOASTS, iv. 29.
TOLAND, John, i. 29.
TOLCHER, Old Mr., i. 152, n. 3.
TOLERATION, ii. 249-254; iv. 12, 216;
universal, iii. 380.
TOMASI, Signora, ii. 451, n. 3.
_To Miss--_, i. 178.
_To Miss--on her giving the Authour a Purse_, ii. 25.
_Tommy Prudent_, iv. 8, n. 3.
TONSON, Jacob,
Budgell's _Epilogue_, iii. 46;
Dryden's engagement with him, i. 193, n. 1.
TONSON, Jacob, the younger,
Johnson praises him, i. 227, n. 3;
mentioned, i. 263, n. 3.
TOOKE, Horne (at first Rev. John Horne),
Beckford's speech to the King, iii. 201, n. 3;
Boswell, altercation with, iii. 354, n. 2;
_Diversions of Purley_, iii. 354, n. 2;
imprisonment, iii. 314, n. 6;
writ of error, iii. 345, n. 3;
Johnson's etymologies, criticises, iii. 354;
reads the preface to his _Dictionary_ with tears, i. 297, n. 2;
iii. 354, n. 1;
_Letter to Mr. Dunning_, iii. 354;
living, resigns his, iii. 201, n. 3;
Norton, Sir Fletcher, attacks, ii. 472, n. 2;
pillory, should have been set in the, iii. 314;
too much literature for it, iii. 354;
Lord Mansfield durst not venture it, ib., n. 3;
Thurlow, encounter with, iv. 327, n. 4.
TOPHAM, Edward, proprietor of _The World_, iii. 16, n. 1.
TOPLADY, Rev. Mr.,
attacked by Wesley, v. 35, n. 3;
meets Johnson at Dilly's, ii. 247, 253, 255.
TOPOGRAPHICAL WORKS, iii. 164, n. 1.
TOPPING, Mr., of Christ Church, iii. 449.
TOPSELL, Edward, i. 138, n. 5.
TORIES,
defined, i. 294; iii. 174, n. 3;
generated, how, iii. 326;
hostile to Spain, i. 147, n. 5;
identified with Jacobites, i. 429, n. 4;
_Of Tory and Whig_, iv. 117;
opposition to the Court, ii. 112;
reverence for government, iv. l00;
Whigs, enmity with, iv. 291;
Whigs when out of place, i. 129.
TORRE, M., fire-work maker, iv. 324.
TORTURE, i. 466, 467, n. 1.
TOTTENHAM, iii. 45, n. 1.
TOUCH, sense of, ii. 190.
TOUR OF EUROPE, iii. 458.
TOWERS, Dr. J.,
_Essay on the Life of Johnson_, iv. 41, n. 1;
Johnson's _Life of Milton_, praises, iv. 40;
_Letter to Dr. Johnson, &c_., ii. 316.
TOWNLEY, C., an engraver, iv. 421, n. 2.
TOWNLEY, Charles, iii. 118, n. 3.
TOWNMALLING, iii. 452.
TOWNSEND, Alderman,
Johnson attacks him, ii. 135, n. 1;
Lord Mayor, iii. 459; iv. 175, n. 1;
refuses to pay the land-tax, iii. 460;
mentioned, iii. 201, n. 3.
TOWNSHEND, second Viscount, ii. 342, n. 1; v. 357, n. 1.
TOWNSHEND, fourth Viscount (afterwards first Marquis), i. 437, n. 2.
TOWNSHEND, Right Hon. Charles,
Akenside, friendship with, iii. 3;
'Champagne Speech,' ii. 222, n. 3;
jokes and wit, ii. 222; ib., n. 3;
Kames, Lord, criticises, ii. 90, n. 1.
TOWNSHEND, Hon. John, Tickell's _Epistle_, ii. 292, n. 4.
TOWNSHEND, Right Hon. Thomas (afterwards first Viscount Sydney),
Goldsmith's 'Tommy Townshend,' iii. 233, n. 1;
attacks Johnson, iv. 318;
moves that Nowell's sermon be burnt, iv. 296, n. 1.
TOWNSON, Rev. Dr., ii. 258, n. 3; iv. 300, n. 2.
TRADE,
difficulty, has not much, iii. 382, n. 2;
gaming, like, v. 232;
injury done to the body, ii. 218;
leisure of those engaged, v. 59;
military spirit injured by it, ii. 218;
opportunity of rising in the world, ii. 98;
produces no capital accession of wealth, ii. 98;
but intermediate good, ii. 176;
profit in pleasure, ii. 98;
rapid rise of traders, i. 490;
writers on it, ii. 430.
_Trade, The_ (the booksellers of London), i. 438; ii. 345; iii. 285.
TRADESMEN,
Chatham's description of the honest tradesman, v. 327, n. 4;
excite anger by their opulence, v. 327;
fires in the parlour, v. 6;
funeral-sermon for a tradesman's daughter, ii. 122;
retired from business, ii. 120;
one attacked by the stone, iii. 176, n. 1;
wives, their, iii. 353.
TRADITION, untrustworthy, v. 224; of the Church, v. 71.
TRAGEDIANS, ridiculed in _The Idler_, v. 38, n. 1.
TRAGEDY,
a ludicrous one, iii. 238;
passions purged by it, iii. 39;
worse for being acted, ii. 92, n. 4; v. 38:
See PLAYERS.
TRANSLATIONS,
how to judge of their merit, iii. 256;
Sir John Hill's contract for one, ii. 39; n. 2;
what books can and what cannot be translated, iii. 36, 257.
_Transpire_, iii. 343.
TRANSPORT, Rational, iii. 338.
TRANSUBSTANTIATION, v. 71, 88.
TRANSYLVANIA, ii. 7, n. 3.
TRAPAUD, General Cyrus, v. 135.
TRAPAUD, Governor, v. 134, 142.
TRAPP, Dr. i. 140, n. 5; iv. 381, n. 1.
TRAVELLERS,
ancient, guessed; modern travellers measure, iii. 356;
mean to tell the truth, iii. 235;
modern mostly laughed at, iii. 300;
strange turn to be displeased, iii. 236;
unsatisfactory unless trustworthy, ii. 333.
TRAVELLING,
advice about it, i. 431;
Cowper, Gibbon, Goldsmith and Locke on the age for travelling,
iii. 458-9;
human life great object of remark, iii. 301, n. 2;
idle habits broken off, i. 409;
Johnson's love of it, iii. 449-459;
_Rasselas_, described in, i. 340, n. 1;
rates of travelling
London to St. Andrews, i. 359, n. 3;
to Edinburgh, v. 21, n. 1;
to Harwich, i. 466, n. 2;
to Lichfield, i. 340, n. 1; ii. 45; iii. 411;
to Milan, i. 370, n. 4;
to Salisbury, iv. 234, n. 3;
supplies little to the conversation, iii. 352;
time ill spent on it in early manhood, iii. 352, 458.
TRAVELS, books of,
writers very defective, ii. 377;
should start with full minds, iii. 301;
writing under a feigned character, iv. 320.
TREASON, constructive, iv. 87.
_Treatise on Painting_, i. 128, n. 2.
TRECOTHICK, Alderman,
account of him, iii. 76, n. 2;
his English, iii. 76, 201;
Lord Mayor, iii. 459.
TREE, given a jerk by Divines, iv. 226.
TREES, their propagation, ii. 168. See under SCOTLAND, trees.
TRENTHAM, i. 36, n. 2.
TREVELYAN, Sir G. O.,
Johnson and the Rev. John Macaulay, v. 360. n. 1;
Rev. Kenneth Macaulay's _History of St. Kilda_, v. 119, n. 3.
TRIAL BY DUEL, v. 24.
TRICKS, either knavish or childish, iii. 396.
TRIFLES,
life composed of them, i. 433, n. 4; ii. 359, n. 2;
contentment with them, iii. 241-2;
their importance, i. 317; iii. 355.
TRIMLESTOWN, Lord, iii. 227-8.
TRINITY, doctrine of the, ii. 254-5; v. 88.
_Tristram Shandy_. See STERNE.
TRONCHIN, M., iii. 301, n. 1.
TROTTER, Beatrix, iii. 359.
TROTTER, ----, an engraver, iv. 421, n. 2.
TROTZ, Professor, i. 475.
TROUGHTON, Lieutenant, a loquacious wanderer, v. 448.
TRUTH,
children to be strictly trained in it, iii. 228;
comfort of life, essential to the, iv. 305;
consolation drawn from it, i. 339;
contests concerning moral truth, iii. 17;
deviations from it very frequent, iii. 403-4;
human experience its test, i. 454;
'I'd tell truth and shame the devil,' ii. 222;
moral and physical, iv. 6;
'not at home,' i. 436;
obligatory, how far, iii. 320, 377; iv. 305-6;
painful to be forced to defend it, iii. 11;
perpetual vigilance needed, iii. 230; iv. 361;
publishing it against oneself, iv. 396; v. 211;
religious truth established by martyrdom, ii. 250;
rights to utter it and knock down for uttering it, iv. 12;
sick, should be told to the, iv. 306;
society held together by it, iii. 293;
story, essential to a, ii. 433:
See under JOHNSON, truthfulness.
TUAM, Archbishop of, ii. 265, n. 4; iv. 198, n. 2.
TULL, Jethro, v. 324.
TUNBRIDGE SCHOOL, iv. 330.
TUNBRIDGE WELLS,
Mrs. Montagu writes from it in 1760, ii. 64. n. 2;
print of the company there in 1748, i. 190, n. 1;
mentioned, iii. 45, n. 1.
TURGOT, existence of matter, i. 471, n. 2.
TURKEY and the Turks,
Boswell wishes to visit it, iv. 199;
opium in common use, iv. 171;
sweep Greece, ii. 194;
want of _Stirpes_, ii. 421;
mentioned, v. 74.
TURKISH LADY, a, i. 343.
_Turkish Spy_, iv. 199; v. 341.
TURNER, John, a fencing-master, v. 103, n, 2.
TURNPIKES, v. 56, n. 2.
TURSELLINUS, i. 77.
TURTON, Dr., iii. 164.
TWALMLEY THE GREAT, iv. 193.
TWELLS, Leonard, _Life of Dr. E. Pocock_, iv. 185.
TWICKENHAM,
Boswell and Johnson's drive to it, ii. 361-4;
Cambridge's, Mr., villa, ii. 361;
highwaymen, iii. 239, n. 1;
society, ii. 120.
TWINING, Rev. Thomas, _Recreations and Studies of a Country Clergyman_,
Johnson's dislike of 'the former, the latter,' iv. 190, n. 2;
funeral, iv. 420, n. 1;
the old willow-tree at Lichfield, iv. 372, n. 1.
TWISS, Richard, _Travels_, ii. 345.
TYBURN,
executions there abolished, iv. 188;
procession to it, iv. 189, n. 1;
'Tyburn's elegiac lines,' ib.:
See EXECUTIONS.
TYERS, Jonathan, iii. 308.
TYERS, Thomas,
account of him, iii. 308-9;
_Biographical Sketch of Dr. Johnson_, iii. 308; v. 73, n. 2;
Johnson like a ghost: See JOHNSON, Ghost;
rapid composition, i. 192, n. 1;
talked as if on oath, ii. 434, n. 2;
wish to visit India and Poland, iii. 456;
Tom Restless of _The Idler_, iii. 308, n. 3;
mentioned, ii. 107.
TYRANNY, remedy against it, ii. 170.
TYRAWLEY, Lord,
account of him, ii. 211, n. 4;
Chesterfield's saying, ii. 211.
TYRCONNEL, Lord,
Savage's letter to him, i. 161, n. 3;
patronised by him, i. 173, 372, n. 1.
TYRWHITT, Thomas, Chatterton's poems, iii. 50, n. 5; iv. 141, n. 1.
TYTLER, A. F. (son of W. Tytler, afterwards Lord Woodhouselee),
meets Johnson, v. 387, n. 4, 388, n. 2, 402.
TYTLER, William,
_History of Mary Queen of Scots_, i. 354; v. 274, n. 2, 387;
Johnson's _Journey_, praises, ii. 305-6;
meets him, v. 394, 396.

U.

UDSON, Mr., ii. 398.
ULYSSES, i. 12.
UNCLUBABLE, i. 27, n. 2, 480, n. 1; iv. 254, n. 2.
UNDERSTANDING,
_inverted_, iii. 379;
man's superiority over woman, iii. 52;
propagating it, ii. 109, n. 2;
Reynolds's rule for judging it, iv. 316.
UNEASINESS, iv. 273.
UN-IDEA'D, 'A set of wretched unidea'd girls,' i. 251.
_Union, The_, i. 117, n. 1.
UNITARIANS, ii. 408, n. i; iv. 125, n. 2.
_Unius lacertae_, iii. 255.
_Universal Chronicle, or Weekly Gazette_, i. 330, 345, n. 1.
_Universal History_, iii. 443; iv. 311.
_Universal Visiter_, i. 178, n. 2, 306; ii. 345.
UNIVERSITY,
conversation of a man taught at an English one, v. 370;
English and Scotch compared, i. 63, n. 1; v. 85, n. 2;
fellowships, value of, iii. 13;
foreign professorships, iii. 14;
Gibbon, attacked by, iii. 13, n. 3;
rich, not too, as Adam Smith asserts, iii. 13;
school where everything may be learnt, should be a, ii. 371;
subscription to the Articles, ii. 151; v. 64;
theory and practice, ii. 52; iii. 138:
See under CAMBRIDGE and OXFORD, and
under SCOTLAND, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St. Andrews.
_Unscottified_, ii. 242; v. 55, n. 1.
UNWINS, the, Cowper's friends, i. 522.
UPPER-OSSORY, Lord, iii. 230, n. 5.
UPSTARTS, getting into parliament, ii. 153, 339.
URBINO, v. 276.
URIE, Captain, v. 135.
URNS, iv. 421, n. 2; v. 453, n. 1.
_Ursa Major_. See JOHNSON, bear.
USHER, Archbishop,
assists Lydiat, i. 194, n. 2;
luminary of the Irish Church, ii. 132.
USHER, at a school, i. 84.
USURY, law against, iii. 26.
UTILITY, beauty not dependent on it, ii. 166; iv. 167.
_Utopia_, iii. 202, n. 3.
UTRECHT,
Boswell a student there, i. 400, 473; ii. 9;
William Pitt (Earl of Chatham), a student, ii. 177, n. 1.
UTTOXETER MARKET,
Johnson does penance there, i. 56, n. 2; iv. 373;
Michael Johnson's shop, i. 36, n. 3.
UZa^S, Duke of, iii. 322, n. 3.

V.

VACANCIES, eagerness for, iii. 251.
VACHELL, William, iii. 83, n. 3.
VACUUM, i. 444, n. 2.
'VAGABOND, Mr.,' iii. 411, n. 1.
_Vagabondo, Il_, i. 202; iii. 411.
VAILS, ii. 78.
VALENCIA, ii. 195, n. 3; iii. 434.
VALETUDINARIANS, ii. 460;
Johnson's disgust at them, iii. 1, 152.
VALLANCY, Colonel, iv. 272, 278.
VANBRUGH, Sir John,
attempted to answer Jeremy Collier, iv. 286, n. 3;
_Provoked Husband_, ii. 48, n. 3; iv. 284, n. 2;
Reynolds's tribute to him, iv. 55.
VANE, Anne, v. 49, n. 4.
VANE, Lady, v. 49, n. 4.
_Vanessa_, ii. 389, n. 1.
_Vanity of Human Wishes_,
account of it, i. 192-5;
price paid for it, i. 193, n. 1;
rapidly composed, i. 192; ii. 15;
written mostly at Hampstead, i. 192;
Boswell finds in it the means of happiness, iii. 122, n. 2;
Byron's admiration of it, i. 193, n. 3;
death, 'kind nature's signal of retreat,' ii. 106;
De Quincey on the opening lines, i. 193, n. 3;
Garrick's sarcasm on it, i. 194;
Johnson reads it with tears, iv. 45, n. 3;
misery, 'the doom of man,' iii. 198; v. 179;
'Patron and the jail,' i. 264;
_Rasselas_, resemblance to, i. 342;
Scott's admiration of it, i. 193, n. 3; iv. 45, n. 3;
_spreads_ changed into _burns_, iii. 357-8;
Vane and Sedley, v. 49;
Wolsey, Cardinal, iii. 221, n. 4.
VANSITTART, Dr.,
account of him, i. 348, n. 1; v. 460, n. 1;
story of the flea and the lion, ii. 194, n. 2;
mentioned, ii. 192.
VASS, Lauchland, v. 131, 144.
VEAL, Mrs., her ghost, ii. 163.
VEALE, Thomas, iv. 77, n. 3.
VENICE,
Beauclerk plundered there by a gambler, i. 381, n. 1;
Johnson wishes to visit it, iii. 19;
mentioned, i. 362; v. 69, n. 3.
VENUS, of Apelles, iv. 104.
_Veracious_, iv. 39, n. 3.
VERACITY. See TRUTH.
_Verbiage_ ii. 236; iii. 256.
_Verecundulus_, i. 68, n. 1.
VERNON'S Parish Clerk, v. 268, n. 1.
VERSAILLES, ii. 385, 395;
theatre, ii. 395, n. 2.
VERSES, in a dead language, ii. 371;
making them, ii. 15.
_Verses on Ireland_, iii. 319.
_Verses on a Sprig of Myrtle_, i. 92.
_Verses to Mr. Richardson on his Sir Charles Grandison_, ii. 26.
VERTOT, ii. 237; iv. 311.
VESEY, Right Hon. Agmondesham,
gentle manners, his, iv. 28;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479; ii. 318;
professor in the imaginary college, v. 108.
VESEY, Mrs.,
evenings at her house described by Langton, iii. 424; iv. 1, n. 1;
by Hannah More, iii. 424, n. 3;
by Horace Walpole, iii. 425, n. 3;
by Miss Burney, iii. 426, n. 3;
by Johnson, ib., n. 4;
wishes to introduce Johnson to Raynal, iv. 435.
VESTRIS, the dancer, iv. 79.
_Vexing Thoughts_, iii. 5.
_Vicar of Wakefield_. See GOLDSMITH.
VICE,
character not hurt by it, iii. 349;
compared with virtue, iii. 342;
Mandeville's doctrine: See MANDEVILLE.
_Vicious Intromission_,
Johnson's argument, ii. 196-201, 206; iii. 102; v. 48.
VICTOR, Benjamin, iv. 53.
VICTORIA, Queen, death-warrants, iii. 121, n. 1.
VIDA, i. 230, n. 1.
_Vidit et erubuit_, iii. 304.
VILETTE, Rev. Mr.,
Dodd's dedication to him, iii. 167, n. 1;
his virtues, iv. 329.
_Village, The_, a poem, iv. 121, n. 4, 175.
VILLIERS, Sir George, his ghost, iii. 351.
VINCENT, William, Dean of Westminster, i. 302, n. 1.
_Vindication of the Licensers of the Stage_, i. 140; ii, 60, n. 3.
VIRGIL,
_Aeneid_,
its story, iv. 218;
Aeneas's treatment of Dido, iv. 196;
Burke's ragged copy, iii. 193, n. 3;
farming, love of, v. 78;
Homer, compared with, iii. 193;
Johnson reads him, ii. 288; iv. 218;
juvenile translations, i. 51;
_machinery_, his, iv. 16;
Pope, less talked of than, iii. 332;
printing-house, describes a, v. 311-12;
Theocritus, compared with, iv. 2;
quotations:
_Eclogues_ i. 5--i. 460;
_Eclogues_ i. 11--iii. 310, n. 4;
_Eclogues_ ii. 16--iii. 87, n. 3; 212, n. 2;
_Eclogues_ iii. 64--v. 291, n, 1;
_Eclogues_ iii. 111--v. 279, n. 3;
_Eclogues_ viii. 43--i. 261, n. 3;
_Georgics_ ii. 173--iv. 372, n. 1;
_Georgics_ iii. 9--ii. 329, n. 3;
_Georgics_ iii. 66--ii. 129;
_Georgics_ iv. l32--iv. 173, n. 2;
_Aeneid_ i. 3--v. 392, n. 4;
_Aeneid_ i. l99--iv. 258, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ i. 2O2--v. 333, n. 3;
_Aeneid_ i. 204--v. 392, n. 3;
_Aeneid_ i. 378--iv. 193, n. 2;
_Aeneid_ i. 460-iii. 162, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ ii. 5--iii. 64, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ ii. 6--ii. 262, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ ii. 49--iii. 108, n. 3;
_Aeneid_ ii. l98--iii. 212, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ ii. 368--v. 50, n. 1;
_Aeneid_ ii. 544--i. 142;
_Aeneid_ iii. 461--ii. 22;
_Aeneid_ vi. 273--v. 311;
_Aeneid_ vi. 4l7--v. 311, n. 4;
_Aeneid_ vi. 660--iv. 193, n. 2;
_Aeneid_ vi. 730--1. 66;
_Aeneid_ xii. 424--ii. 272, n. 1.
VIRTUE,
how far followed by happiness, i. 389, n. 2;
men naturally virtuous compared with those who overcome
inclinations, iv. 224;
not natural to man, iii. 352;
practised for the sake of character, iii. 342, 349;
scholastic, ii. 223;
why preferable to vice, iii. 342.
_Virtue, an Ethick Epistle_, iii. 199, n. 2.
_Vision of Theodore the Hermit_, i. 192, 483, n. 2.
VIVACITY, an art, ii. 462.
VOLCANOES, strata of earth in them, ii. 467.
VOLGA, iv. 277.
VOLTAIRE,
'Apres tout, c'est un monde passable,' i. 344;
attacks, on answers to, v. 274, n. 4;
Boswell visits him, i. 434, 435, n. 2; ii. 5; iii. 301, n. 1; v. 14;
Bouhours, ii. 90, n. 3;
Byng, Admiral, i. 314;
_Candide_, i. 342; iii. 356;
'Cerberes de la litterature,' v. 311, n. 4;
Charles XII's dress, ii. 475, n. 3;
Derham, William, v. 323, n. 4;
Des Maizeaux's _Life of Bayle_, i. 29, n, 1;
Dubos, ii. 90, n. 2;
_Essai sur les Moeurs_, ii. 53, n. 2;
fame, his, iii. 263, 332;
forgotten ideas, the situation of, i. 435, n. 2;
Frederick the Great, contest with, i. 434; v. 103, n. 2;
_Ganganelli's Letters_, iii. 286;
Hay, Lord Charles, iii. 8, n. 3;
Henault, ii. 383, n. 1;
_History of the War in 1741_, v. 272;
_Histoire de Louis XIV_, v. 393;
Holbach's _Systeme de la Nature_, v. 47, n. 4;
Hume, his echo, ii. 53;
insurrection of 1745-6, account of the, iii. 414;
Johnson attacks him, i. 498, 499, n. 1;
praises his knowledge, but attacks his honesty, i. 435, n. 2;
his reply, i. 499;
and Frederick the Great, i. 434;
_Julia Mandeville_, reviews, ii. 402, n. 1;
Kames, Lord, ii. 90, n. 1;
_Le desastre de Lisbonne_, iv. 302, n. 1;
_Le Monde comme il va_, i. 344, n. 2;
Leroi, the watch-maker, ii. 391, n. 5;
Lewis XIV, celebrated in many languages, i. 123;
and Mlle. de la Valliere, v. 49, n. 3;
loved a striking story, iii. 414;
Macdonald, Sir James, v. 152, n. 1;
Malagrida, iv. 174, n. 5;
master of English oaths, i. 435, n. 1;
Maupertuis's death, ii. 54, n. 3;
middle class in England and France, ii. 402, n. 1;
Montagu's, Mrs., _Essay_, ii. 88;
Moreri, v. 311, n. 1;
narrator, good, ii. 125;
Newton, Leibnitz and Clarke, v. 287, n. 2;
Pope and Dryden, distinguishes, ii. 5;
Pope, visits, i. 499, n. 1;
Pretender, reflections on the, v. 199-200;
read less than formerly, iv. 288;
Reynolds's allegorical picture, v. 273, n. 4;
Rousseau, compared with, ii. 12;
Shakespeare, attacks, i. 498; ii. 88, n. 3;
made him known to the French, ii. 88, n. 2;
Stuart, House of, v. 200;
torture in France, i. 467, n. 1;
trial, has not yet stood his, v. 311;
_Universal History_, v. 311;
_Vir est acerrimi ingenii et paucarum literarum_, ii. 406;
Wesley calls him coxcomb and cynic, v. 378, n. 1;
witchcraft, v. 46, n. 1;
wonders, caught greedily at, i. 498, n. 4; iii. 229, n. 3.
Vossius, Isaac, i. 186, n. 2.
Voting, privilege of, ii. 340.
Vows, Cowley's lines on them, iii. 357, n. 1;
Johnson's warning against them, ii. 21;
a snare for sin, iii. 357;
if unnecessary a folly and a crime, iii. 357, n. 1.
_Vox Viva_, v. 324.
_Voyage to Lisbon_, i. 269, n. 1.
_Voyages to the South Sea_. See SOUTH SEA.
Vranyken, University of, i. 475.
Vulgar, The, children of the State, ii. 14; iv. 216.
Vyse, Rev. Dr., Boswell, letter to, iii. 125;
Johnson's letter to him, iii. 125;
mentioned, iv. 372, n. 2.

W.

Wade, General,
calls _the_ M'Farlane _Mr._ M'Farlane, v. 156, n. 3;
his Hut, v. 134.
Wager, Charles, ii. 164, n. 5.
Wages, raising those of day-labourers wrong, iv. 176; v. 263;
women-servants' less than men-servants', ii. 217.
Wake, Archbishop, ii. 342, n. 1.
Waldegrave, Lady, ii. 224, n. 1.
Wales, Abergeley, v. 446;
Angle-sea, ii. 284; v. 447;
Bach y Graig (Bachycraigh), iii. 134, n. 1, 454; v. 436, 438;
Bangor, ii. 284; v. 447, 448, 452;
Beaumaris, v. 447-8;
Bible in Welsh, v. 450, 454;
Bodryddan, v. 442, n. 3;
Bodville, v. 449-51;
Boswell proposes a tour, iii. 134, 454;
Brecon, iii. 139;
Bryn o dol, v. 449;
Caernarvon, v. 448, 451;
castles, compared with Scotch, ii. 285; v. 374, n. 1;
vast size, v. 437, 442, 448-9, 452;
charitable establishment, iii. 255;
Chirk Castle, v. 453;
churches at Bodville neglected, v. 450;
Clwyd, River, v. 438;
Conway, v. 446, 452;
Danes, settlement of, v. 130;
Denbigh, ii. 282; v. 437-8, 453;
Dymerchion, v. 438, 440;
Elwy, River, v. 438;
great families kept a kind of court, v. 276;
Gwaynynog, iv. 421, n. 2; v. 440, n. 1, 443, 452-3;
hiring of harvest-men, v. 453;
Holywell, v. 440-2;
inhospitality, v. 452;
inns, v. 446-7;
Johnson's tour to Wales, ii. 279, 281, 282, 284; v. 427:
see _Journey into North Wales_;
Kefnamwyellh, v. 452;
literature, indifference to, v. 443;
Llanerk, v. 450;
Llangwinodyl, v. 449, 451;
Llannerch, v. 439;
Llanrhaiadr, v. 453;
Lleweney Hall, Johnson visits it, ii. 282; v. 435-46;
description of it, v. 436;
pales and gates brought from it, v. 433;
Llyn Badarn, v. 451;
Llyn Beris, v. 451;
Maesmynnan, v. 445;
manuscripts, ii. 383;
Methodists, v. 451;
Mold, v. 435;
mutinous in 1779, iii. 408, n. 4;
offers nothing for speculation, ii. 284;
Oswestry, v. 454;
parson's awe of Johnson, v. 450, n. 2;
Penmaen Mawr, ii. 284; v. 447, 452;
Penmaen Rhos, v. 446, 452;
Pwlheli, v. 451;
_rivers_, v. 442, n. 4;
Ruabon, v. 450, n, 2;
Ruthin Castle, v. 442;
second sight, ii. 150;
Tydweilliog, v. 449, 451;
Ustrad, River, v. 442, n. 4;
Welsh language, how far related to Irish, i. 322;
scheme for preserving it, v. 443;
used in the Church services, v. 438, 440, 441, 446, 449, 450;
Welshmen, generally have the spirit of gentlemen, iii. 275;
Wrexham, ii. 240, w. 4; v. 453.
WALES, Prince of. See PRINCE OF WALES.
WALKER, John,
'celebrated master of elocution,' iv. 206;
dedication to Johnson, iv. 421, n. 2.
WALKER, Joseph Cooper, i. 321; iii. 111, n. 4.
WALKER, Thomas, the actor, ii. 368.
WALKING, habit of, i. 64, n. 4.
WALL, Dr., iv. 292.
WALL, cost of a garden wall, iv. 205.
WALL, _taking_ the, i. 110; v. 230.
WALLACE, ----, a Scotch author of the first distinction, ii. 53, n. 1.
WALLER, Edmund,
Amoret and Sacharissa, ii. 360;
_Divine Poesie_, the communion of saints, iv. 290, n. 1;
Dryden, studied by, iv. 38, n. 1;
_Epistle to a Lady_, v. 221, n. 1;
grandson, a plain country gentleman, v. 86;
great-grandson, at Aberdeen, v. 85;
_Life_ by Johnson, iv. 36, n. 4, 38, n. 2, 39;
_Loving at first sight_, iv. 36;
_Reflections on the Lord's Prayer_, iv. 290, n. 4;
water-drinker, iii. 327, n. 2;
women, praises of, ii. 57.
WALMSLEY, Gilbert,
character by Johnson, i. 81; iii. 439;
Colson, letter to, i. 102;
debtor to Mrs. Johnson, i. 79, n. 2;
Garrick, letter to, i. 176, n. 2;
scholarship, ii. 377, n. 2;
Greek, knowledge of, iv. 33, n. 3;
house, ii. 467;
Johnson and Garrick, recommends, i. 102;
Johnson threatens to put _Irene_ into the _Spiritual Court_, i. 101;
Whig, a, i. 81, 430; iii. 439, n. 3; v. 386.
WALMSLEY, Mrs., i. 82-3.
WALPOLE, Horatio (afterwards first Baron Walpole), iii. 71, n. 4.
WALPOLE, Horace (afterwards fourth Earl of Orford),
Adams the architects, ii. 325, n. 3;
addresses to the King in 1784, iv. 265, n. 5;
arbitrary power, courtiers in favour of, iii. 84, n. 1;
arithmetician, a woeful, iii. 226, n. 4;
Professor Sanderson and the multiplication table, ii. 190, n. 3;
Astle, Thomas, i. 155, n. 2;
atheism and bigotry first cousins, iv. 194, n. 1;
Atterbury on Burnet's _History_, ii. 213, n. 3;
balloons, iv. 356, n. 1;
Barrington, Daines, iv. 437;
Barry's _Analysis_, iv. 224, n. 1;
Bate and the _Morning Post_, iv. 296, n. 3;
Beauclerk's library, iv. 105, n. 2;
Beckford's Bribery Bill, ii. 339, n. 2;
speech to the King, iii. 201, n. 3;
tyrannic character, iii. 76, n. 2;
_Biographia Britannica_, iii. 174, n. 3;
Blagden on Boswell's _Life_, iv. 30, n. 2;
Boccage, Mme. du, iv. 331, n. 1;
_bonmots_, collection of, iii. 191, n. 2;
Boswell calls on him, iv. 110, n. 3;
_Corsica_, ii. 46, n. 1, 71, n. 2;
_Life of Johnson_, iv. 314, n. 5;
presence, silent in, ib.;
Burke's wit, iv. 276, n. 2;
Bute's, Lord, familiar friends, i. 386, n. 3;
and the tenure of the judges, ii. 353, n. 3;
Cameron's execution, i. 146, n. 2;
Chambers's _Treatise on Architecture_, iv. 187, n. 4;
Chatham's funeral, iv. 208, n. 1;
Chatterton and Goldsmith, iii. 51, n. 2;
Chesterfield as a patron, iv. 331, n. 1;
wit, ii. 211, n. 3;
Cibber, Colley, i. 401, n. 1; iii. 72, n. 4;
City Address to the King in 1781, iv. 139, n. 4;
City and Blackfriars Bridge, i. 351, n. 1;
Clarke, Dr., and Queen Caroline, iii. 248, n. 2;
Clive, Mrs., iii. 239, n. 1; iv. 243, n. 2;
Cock Lane Ghost, i. 407, n. 1;
_Codrington, Life of Colonel_, iii. 204, n. 1;
Cornwallis's capitulation, iii. 355, n. 3;
_Critical Review_, iii. 32, n. 4;
_Cross Readings_, iv. 322, n. 2;
Cumberland, William, Duke of, cruelty of, ii. 375, n. 1;
Cumberland's _Odes_, iii. 43, n. 3;
Dalrymple, Sir John, ii. 210, n. 2;
Dashwood, Sir F., ii. 135, n. 2;
Devonshire, third Duke of, iii. 186, n. 4;
Dodd's execution, iii. 120, n. 3;
attempt to bribe the Chancellor, iii. 139, n. 3;
sermon at the Magdalen House, iii. 139, n. 4;
Dodsley, Robert, ii. 447, n. 2;
Drummond's _Travels_, v. 323, n. 3;
Dublin theatre riot, i. 386, n. 1;
duelling, ii. 226, n. 5;
Dundas, 'Starvation,' ii. 160, n. 1;
Dunning's motion on the influence of the Crown, iv. 220, n. 5;
Eton, revisits, iv. 127, n. 1;
Fitzherbert's suicide, ii. 228, n. 3;
Fitzpatrick, Richard, iii. 388, n. 3;
freethinking, iii. 388, n. 3;
French, affect philosophy and free-thinking, iii. 388, n. 3;
gentleman's visit to London in 1764, iv. 92, n. 5;
ladies, indelicacy of the talk of, ii. 403, n, 1; iii. 352, n. 2;
meals, ii. 402, n. 2;
middling and common people, ii. 402, n. 1;
philosophy, iii. 305, n. 2;
_savans_, iii. 254, n. 1;
'talk gruel and anatomy,' iv. 15, n. 4;
gaming-clubs, iii. 23, n. 1;
Garrick's acting, iv. 243, n. 6;
funeral, iv. 208, n. 1;
George I and Miss Brett, i. 174, n. 2;
burnt two wills, ii. 342, n. 1;
his will burnt, ib.; iv. 107, n. 1;
George II and _Alexander's Feast_, i. 209, n. 2;
character, i. 147, n. 1;
and the fast of Jan. 30, ii. 152, n. 1;
and his father's will, ii. 342, n. 1; iv. 107, n. 1;
George III aims at despotism, i. 116, n. 1;
as commander-in-chief, iii. 365, n. 4;
coronation, iii. 9, n. 2; v. 103, n. 1;
and Sir John Dalrymple, ii. 210, n. 2;
and the fast of Jan. 30, ii. 152, n. 1;
and Johnson's _Journey_, ii. 290, n. 2;
ministers his tools, iii. 408, n. 4;
his own minister, i. 424, n. 1;
mother and Lord Bute, iv. 127, n. 3;
and the sea, i. 340, n. 1;
George IV in his youth, ii. 33, n. 3;
_Leonidas_ Glover, v. 116, n. 4;
Goldsmith's envy, i. 413, n. 3;
an 'inspired idiot,' i. 412, n. 6;
'silly,' i. 388, n. 3;
and Malagrida, iv. 175, n. 1;
_She Stoops to Conquer_, ii. 208, n. 5;
Gordon Riots, iii. 429, n. 3; v. 328, n. 2;
Gower, Lord, i. 296, n. 1;
Granger's patron, iii. 91;
Gray, Sir James, ii. 177, n. 1;
Grenville, George, ii. 135, n. 2;
Gunning, the Misses, v. 359, n. 2;
Hagley Park, v. 78, n. 3, 456, n. 1;
Hamilton, W. G., i. 520;
_Heroic Epistle_ ascribed to him, iv. 315;
Highland regiment in Jersey, v. 142, n. 2;
highwaymen, iii. 239, n. 1;
Hill, Sir John, ii. 38, n. 2;
_History of the House of Yvery_, iv. 198, n. 3;
Hollis, Thomas, iv. 97, n. 3;
Hooke, Nathaniel, v. 175, n. 3;
'Horry' Walpole, iv. 314;
Hotel du Chatelet, ii. 389, n. 2;
Houghton Collection, sale of the, iv. 334, n. 6;
House of Commons' contest with the City in 1771, ii. 300, n. 5;
Hume, David, atheist and bigot, iv. 194, n. 1;
conversation, ii. 236, n. 1;
French, i. 439, n. 2;
Hurd, Bishop, iv. 190, n. 1;
Irish peers, creation of, iii. 407, n. 4;
Italy, tour to, iii. 31, n. 1;
_Jealous Wife, The_, i. 364, n. 1;
Jenkinson, Charles (first Earl of Liverpool), iii. 146, n. 1;
Johnson and Barnard's verses, iv. 433;
'Billingsgate on Milton,' iv. 40, n. 1;
bombast, i. 388, n. 3;
character, ignorant of, iv. 433;
_Debates_, i. 505;
described by, iv. 314;
history reduced to four lines, i. 5, n. 1;
at Lady Lucan's, iii. 425, n. 3;
monument, iv. 423, n. 1;
'not a true admirer' of, iv. 314;
attacks on him, ib., nn. 3 and 5;
at the Royal Academy, iv. 314, n. 3;
on sacrilege, v. 114, n. 2;
writing for money, iii. 19, n. 3;
Johnson the horse-rider, i. 399;
_Junius_, authorship of, iii. 376, n. 4;
Keppel's Court-martial, iv. 12, n. 6;
Kinnoul, Lord, ii. 211, n. 4;
libels in 1770, i. 116, n. 1;
Lort, Rev. Dr., iv. 290, n. 4;
Lovat's execution, i. 181, n. 1;
_Love and Madness_, iv. 187, n. 1;
Lucan's, Lady, bluestocking meeting, iii. 425, n. 3;
Lyttelton, first Lord, i. 267, n. 2;
Lyttelton, second Lord, iv. 298, n. 3;
Maccaroni Club, v. 84, n, 1;
Macclesfield, Earl of, i. 267, n. 1;
Macdonald, Sir J., i. 449, n. 2;
Mackintosh's criticism of his style, iii. 31, n. 1;
Macpherson and the newspapers, ii. 307, n. 4;
Mac Swinny (old Swinney), iii. 71, n. 4;
Mansfield's, Lord, attacks on the press, i. 116, n. 1;
severity, iii. 120, n. 3;
Mason's _Memoirs of Gray_, i. 29, n. 3;
Mead, Dr., iii. 355, n. 2;
Methodists expelled from Oxford, ii. 187, n. 1;
militia in 1778, iii. 360, n, 3, 365, n. 4;
Millar, Andrew, i. 287, n. 3;
Miller, Lady, ii. 336, n. 5;
Miller, Philip, v. 78, n. 3;
_Miss_, a, v. 185, n. 1;
Montagu, Mrs., at the Academy, ii. 88, n. 3;
at Lady Lucan's, iii. 425, n. 3;
Morell, Dr., v. 350, n. 1;
_Motion, The_, a caricature, v. 285, n. 1;
'mystery, the wisdom of blockheads,' iii. 324, n. 4;
Nichols's _Life of Bowyer_, iv. 437;
North, Lord, and Mr. Macdonald, v. 153, n. 1;
Northumberland, Duchess of, ii. 337, n. 1;
Northumberland, Earl of, ii. 132, n. 1;
Norton, Sir Fletcher, ii. 472, n. 2;
Oglethorpe, General, i. 128, n. 1;
Orford, Earl of, becomes, iii. 191, n. 2;
Otaheitans, The, v. 328, n. 1;
Pantheon in Oxford Street, ii. 169, n. 1;
pantomimes, i. 111, n. 2;
Paoli, ii. 71, n. 2, 82, n. 1; v. 1, n. 3;
Paris, ii. 403, n. 1; iii. 352, n. 2;
Patagonia, Giants of, v. 387, n. 6;
peerages, new, iv. 249, n. 4;
Pelham's death, i. 269, n. 1;
Pembroke, tenth Earl of, ii. 371, n. 3;
petitions to the king against the House of Commons, ii. 90, n. 5;
Philipps, Sir John and Lady, v. 276, n. 2;
press prosecutions, ii. 60, n. 3;
prize-fighting, v. 229, n. 2;
public affairs in 1779, iii. 408, n. 4;
Richardson's novels, ii. 174, n. 2;
Royal Academy dinner, iii. 51, n. 2;
Royal Marriage Bill, ii. 152, n. 2;
Savage, Richard, i. 170, n. 5;
Scotch and the Gordon Riots, ii. 300, n. 5;
and the House of Commons, ii. 300, n. 5;
officers of militia, iii. 399, n. 2;
recruiting in London, iii. 399, n. 3;
Scotland engendering traitors, iii. 430, n. 6;
Seeker, Archbishop, iv. 29, n. 1;
Shebbeare, Dr., broken Jacobite physician, iv. 113, n. 1;
pension, ii. 112, n. 3;
trial for libelling dead kings, iii. 15, n, 3;
sinecure office, iii. 19, n. 3;
slavery, iii. 200, n. 4, 204, n. 1;
Smollett's abuse of Lord Lyttelton, iii. 33, n. 1;
_Humphry Clinker_, i. 351, n. 1;
Southwark election of 1774, ii. 287, n. 2;
speeches in parliament, effect of, iii. 233, n. 1;
Strawberry, v. 456, n. 2;
tea, universal use of, i. 313, n. 2;
Thurot's descent on Ireland, iv. 101, n. 4;
title, succeeds to the, iv. 314, n. 1;
Townshend, Charles, ii. 222, n. 3;
_transpire_, iii. 343, n. 2;
Trecothick, Alderman, iii. 76, n. 2;
_Tristram Shandy_, ii. 449, n. 3;
Tyrawley, Lord, ii. 211, n. 4;
Usher of the Exchequer, iii. 19, n. 3;
vails, ii. 78, n. 1;
Vesey's, Mrs., _Babels_, iii. 425, n. 3;
Voltaire, letter from, ii. 88, n. 2;
Walpole's, Sir R., great plan of honesty, i. 131, n. 1;
low opinion of history, ii. 79, n. 3;
Warburton and Helvetius, iv. 261, n. 3;
Westmoreland, Earl of, at Oxford, i. 281, n. 1;
Whigs and Tories, iv. 117, n. 5;
Whitaker's _Manchester_, iii 333, n. 3;
Whitehead, Paul, i. 125, n. 1;
Whitehead, William, i. 401, n. 1;
Willes, Chief Justice, iv. 103, n. 3;
_World, The_, contributor to, i. 257, n. 3;
Yonge, Sir William, i. 197, n. 4;
Young, Dr., v. 269, n. 2;
Young, Professor, parody of Johnson, iv. 392, n. 1;
_Zobeide_, iii. 38, n. 5.
WALPOLE, Sir Robert,
banished to the House of Lords, i. 510;
Bath, Lord, sarcastic speech to, v. 339, n. 1;
Clarke's refusal of a bishopric, iii. 248, n. 2;
debates, reports of, unfair, i. 502; iv. 314;
Elwall's challenge, ii. 164, n. 5;
ferment against him, i. 129, 131; ii. 348, n. 2;
fixed star, a, i. 131; v. 339;
'happier hour, his,' iii. 57, n. 2; iv. 364, n. 1;
_Hosier's Ghost_, v. 116, n. 4;
indecent pamphlet against him, iii. 239;
Johnson attacks him in _London_, i. 129;
in _Marmor Norfolciense_, i. 141;
inveighs against him, i. 164;
learned, neglected the, v. 59, n. 1;
levee, his bow at a, iii. 90;
ministry stable and grateful, ii. 348;
patriots, iv. 87, n. 2;
peace-minister, i. 131; v. 339, n. 3;
Pitt, distinguished from, ii. 195;
Pope's pride in him, iii. 347, n. 2;
prime-minister, a real, ii. 355; iv. 81;
'read, I cannot,' ii. 337, n. 4;
read Sydenham, v. 93, n. 4;
talked bawdy at his table, iii. 57;
Tories and Jacobites, confounded, i. 429, n. 4;
'Walelop' and 'Right Hon. M. Tullius Cicero,' i. 502;
Whiggism under him, ii. 117;
Yonge, Sir W., character of, i. 197, n. 4;
mentioned, v. 285, n. 1.
WALSALL, i. 86, n. 2.
WALSH, William,
'knowing,' i. 251, n. 2;
_Retirement_, ii. 133, n. 1.
WALSINGHAM, Admiral, iii. 21, n. 2.
WALTON, Isaac, _Complete Angler_, iv. 311;
Donne's vision, ii. 445;
_Lives_, his, one of Johnson's favourite books, ii. 363;
projected edition, ii. 279, 283-5, 445; iii. 107;
low situation in life, ii. 364;
a great panegyrist, ib.;
quotes Topsell, i. 138, n. 5.
WANTS, fewness of, ii. 474, n. 3, 475.
WAR,
encourages falsehoods, iii. 267, n. 1;
Kames's opinion ridiculed, i. 393, n. 2;
lawfulness, ii. 226;
miseries of it, ii. 134;
one side or other must prevail, iv. 200;
talk of it, iii. 265.
WARBURTON, William, Bishop of Gloucester,
abuse, extended his, v. 93;
Allen's niece, married, ii. 37, n. 1; v. 80;
Birch, Dr., letter to, i. 28;
'blazes,' v. 81;
Boswell imitates his manner, iii. 310, n. 4;
Churchill attacks him, iv. 49, n. 1; v. 81, n. 2;
_Divine Legation_, i. 235, n. 3; iv. 48;
quotations from it, v. 423;
_Doctrine of Grace_, v. 93;
'flounders well,' v. 93, n. 1;
general knowledge, ii. 36;
Helvetius, would have _worked_, iv. 261, n. 3;
infidelity, prevalence of, ii. 359, n. 1;
Johnson's account of him, v. 80;
and Chesterfield, i. 263;
gratitude to him, i. 176;
and he cannot bear each other's style, iv. 48;
_Macbeth_, praises, i. 175;
meets him, iv. 47, n. 2, 48;
praises him, i. 263, n. 3; iv. 46-9;
treats him with great respect, iv. 288;
_lie_, use of the word, iv. 49;
Lincoln's Inn preacher, ii. 37, n. 1;
Lowth, controversy with, ii. 37; v. 125, 423;
Mallet attacks him, i. 329;
_Life of Bacon_, iii. 194;
projected _Life of Marlborough_, iii. 194;
metaphysics, ignorance of, v. 81, n. 1;
Parr's _Tracts by Warburton, &c._, iv. 47, n. 2;
Pope's _Essay on Man_, ii. 37, n. 1; iii. 402, n. 1; v. 80;
made him a Bishop, ii. 37, n. 1; v. 80;
want of genius, v. 92, n. 4
reading, great and wide, ii. 36; iv. 48-9; v. 57, n. 3, 81;
_Shakespeare_, edition of, i. 175, 176, 329; iv. 46; v. 244, n. 2;
lines applicable to it, iv. 288;
Strahan, intimate with, v. 92; ii. 34, n. 1;
Theobald, compared with, i. 329;
helped, v. 80;
_To the most impudent Man alive_, i. 329;
'vast sea of words,' i. 260, n. 1, 278;
_View of Bolingbroke's Philosophy_, i. 330, n. 1;
writes and speaks at random, v. 92;
Wycherly's definition of wit, iii. 23, n. 3.
WARBURTON, Mrs., ii. 36, n. 2, 37, n. 1.
WARD, the quack doctor, iii. 389.
WARDLAW, Sir Henry, ii. 91, n. 2.
WARLEY CAMP, iii. 360-2, 365;
visited by the King, ib., n. 3;
by Paoli, iii. 368.
WARNER, Rebecca, _Original Letters_, iv. 34, n. 5.
WARNER, Rev. R., _Tour through the Northern Counties_, iv. 373, n. 1.
WARRANTS, general, ii. 72.
WARREN, Sir Charles, iv. 399, n. 5.
WARREN, Dr.,
attends Johnson, iv. 399, 411;
member of the Literary Club, i. 479;
mentioned, iii. 425.
WARREN, John, of Pembrokeshire, i. 89.
WARREN, Mr., the Birmingham bookseller, i. 85-9.
WARRINGTON, iii. 416; v. 441.
WARTON, Rev. Dr. Joseph, Headmaster of Winchester College,
_Adventurer_, wrote for the, i. 252, n. 2, 253;
Bolingbroke's share in Pope's _Essay on Man_, iii. 402, n. 1;
Burke and Chambers, recommends, to W. G. Hamilton, i. 519;
Clarke's, Dr., agility, i. 3, n. 2;
Donatus on a passage in Terence, ii. 358, n. 3;
enthusiast by rule, iv. 33, n. 1;
_Essay on Pope_, Johnson reviews it, i. 309; iii. 229;
second volume delayed, i. 448; ii. 167;
Garrick's offence at Johnson, ii. 192, n. 2;
Goldsmith's conversation, i. 412, n. 1;
Hamilton, W. G., letter from, i. 519;
Hooke's payment from the Duchess of Marlborough, v. 175, nn. 3 and 5;
inoculates his children, iv. 293, n. 2;
Johnson and Dr. Burney's son, in. 367;
estrangement with, i. 270, n. i; ii. 41, n. 1;
letters to him: See under JOHNSON, letters;
_Lear_, note on, ii. 115;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479;
manner, lively, ii. 41;
taken off by Johnson, ib., n. 1; iv. 27, n. 3;
Pope's cousin, meets, iii. 71, n. 5;
rapturist, ii. 41, n. 1;
Round-Robin, signs the, iii. 83;
a scholar, yet a fool, iii. 84, n. 2;
Thompson, praises, iii. 117;
_World, The_, origin of the name, i. 202, n. 4;
mentioned, i. 325, 418, n. 1, 449, n. 1; ii. 34, n. 1; iii. 125.
WARTON, Mrs. Joseph, i. 496, n. 2.
WARTON, Rev. Thomas,
account of him, i. 270, n. 1;
appearance, ii. 41, n. 1;
described by Miss Burney, iv. 7, n. 1;
Boswell and Johnson call on him, ii. 446;
Chatterton's forgery, exposes, iii. 50, n, 5; iv. 141, n. 1;
contributions to the _Life of Johnson_, i. 8;
_Eagle and Robin Redbreast_, i. 117, n. 1;
_Heroick Epistle_, the authorship of the, iv. 315;
Huggins, quarrels with, iv. 6;
_Idler_, contributed to the, i. 330;
Johnson, estrangement with, i. 270, n. 1;
letters to him: See under JOHNSON, letters;
Oxford visit in 1754, i. 270;
parodies his poetry, iii. 158, n. 3;
preface to his _Dictionary_, i. 297, n. 3;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479;
_Observations on Spenser's Fairy Queen_, i. 270, n. 2, 276, 289; iv. 6;
_Ode on the First of April_, iii. 159, n. 1;
poet-laureate, i. 185, n. 1;
Professor of Poetry, i. 323, n. 3;
_Progress of Discontent_, i. 283, n. 2; iii. 323, n. 4;
pupils and lectures, i. 279, n. 2;
Savage's _Bastard_, i. 166;
_Shakespeare_, notes on, i. 335-6; ii. 114;
mentioned, i. 78, n. 2, 79, n. 1, 325.
WARTON, Rev. Thomas (the father of the two Wartons), i. 449, n. 1.
WASHINGTON, George, ii. 478.
WASSE, Christopher, v. 445.
WASTE, iii. 265, 317.
WATER, Johnson's advice to drink it, iii. 169.
WATERS, Ambrose, iv. 402, n. 2.
WATERS, Mr., Paris banker, ii. 3.
WATFORD, ii. 204, n. 1, 301, n. 1.
WATSON, Richard, Bishop of Llandaff,
bishops' revenues, iv. 118, n. 2;
_Chemical Essays_, iv. 118, 232, n. 3;
how to rise in the world, ii. 323, n. 1.
WATSON, Professor Robert., of St. Andrews,
_History of Philip II_, iii. 104;
Johnson, entertains, v. 58-60, 64, 68;
manners, wonders at, v. 70;
talks on composition, v. 66.
WATSON, Mr., 'out in the '45,' v. 158, n. 3.
WATTS, Dr. Isaac,
Abney, Sir Thomas, lived with, i. 493, n. 3;
descends from the dignity of science, ii. 408, n. 3;
Johnson adds him to the _Lives_, iii. 126, 370; iv. 35, n. 3;
recommends his _Works_, iv. 311;
poetry, his, better in its design than in itself, iii. 358;
taught Dissenters elegance of style, i. 312.
WEALTH. See MONEY.
_Wealth of Nations_. See/ SMITH, Adam.
WEATHER and Seasons,
their influence acknowledged, i. 332, n. 2; ii. 263;
iv. 259, n. 3, 353, 360;
ridiculed by Johnson in _The Idler_, i. 332; ii. 263, n. 2;
at the Mitre, i. 426;
'all imagination,' i. 452;
weather does not affect the frame, ii. 358; iii. 305;
ridiculed by Reynolds, i. 332, n. 2;
Gray's 'fantastic foppery,' i. 203, n. 3;
talking of the weather, i. 426, n. 1; iv. 360, n. 2.
WEBSTER, Rev. Dr. Alexander,
account of him, ii. 269, n. 4; v. 50;
his manuscript account of Scotch parishes, ii. 274, n. 2;
mentioned, ii. 270-2, 275; v. 387, n. 2, 391, 394, 397.
WEDDERBURNE, Alexander. See LOUGHBOROUGH, Lord.
WEDDERBURNE, Mr., of Ballandean, iii. 214, n, 1.
WELCH, Father, ii. 401.
WELCH, Miss, iii. 217.
WELCH, Saunders,
account of him, iii. 216; death, iii. 219, n. 1;
examination of a boy, iv. 184;
Johnson, letter from, iii. 217;
London poor, state of the, iii. 401.
WELL-BRED MAN, distinguished from an ill-bred, iv. 319.
WELSH. See under WALES.
WELWYN, iv. 119; v. 270.
WENDOVER, ii. 16, n. 1.
WENTWORTH, Mr., master of Stourbridge School, i. 49.
WENTWORTH HOUSE, 'public dinners,' iv. 367, n. 3.
WESLEY, Rev. Charles,
ill-used by Oglethorpe, i. 127, n. 4;
'more stationary man than his brother,' iii. 297.
WESLEY, Rev. John,
Behmen's _Mysterium Magnum_, ii. 122, n. 6;
bleeding, opposed to, iii. 152, n. 3;
Boswell introduced to him by Johnson, iii. 394;
_Calm Address to our American Colonies_, v. 35, n. 3;
Cheyne's rules of diet, iii. 27, n. 1;
conversation, iii. 230, 297;
Dodd, Dr., visits, iii. 121, n. 3;
Edinburgh, filthy state of, v. 23, n. 1;
farmers dull and discontented, iii. 353, n. 5;
French prisoners, i. 353, n. 2;
ghost, believed in a Newcastle, iii. 297, 394;
Hall, Rev. Mr., his brother-in-law, iv. 92, n. 3;
highwayman, never met a, iii. 239, n. 1;
Johnson complains that he is never at leisure, iii. 230;
letters to him, iii. 394; v. 35, n. 3;
spends two hours with, iii. 230, n. 3;
journeys on foot, i. 64, n. 4;
Law's _Serious Call_, i. 68, n. 2;
leisure, never at, iii. 230;
luxury, attacks the apologists of, iii. 56, n. 2;
manners and cheerfulness, iii. 230, nn. 3 and 4;
Marshalsea prison, i. 303, n. 1;
Meier, Rev. Mr., ii. 253, n. 2;
Methodists and a Justice of the Peace, i. 397, n. 1;
name of, i. 458, n. 3;
Moravians, quarrels with the, iii. 122, n. 1;
_muddy_, uses the term, ii. 362, n. 3;
Nash, silences, iv. 289, n. 1;
Newgate prisons in London and Bristol, iii. 431, n. 1;
'old woman, an,' iii. 172;
Oxford, devotional meetings at, i. 58, n. 3;
Paoli's arrival in England, ii. 71, n. 2;
plain preaching, i. 459, n. 1;
polite audiences, iii. 353, n. 5;
politician, a, v. 35, n. 3;
prisoners under sentence of death, iii. 121, n. 3; iv. 329, n, 2;
almost regrets a reprieve to one, v. 201, n. 2;
readings and writings, range of his, iii. 297, n. 1;
Robertson's _Charles V_, ii. 236, n. 4;
rod, taught to fear the, i. 46, n. 4;
Roman Catholics, attacks the, v. 35, n. 3;
Rousseau and Voltaire, v. 378, n. 1;
Rutty, Dr., iii. 170, n. 4;
St. Andrews, students of, v. 63, n. 2;
sister, his, Mrs. Hall, iv. 92;
slaves, religious education of, ii. 27, n. 1;
solitary religion, v. 62, n. 5;
tea, against the use of, i. 313, n. 2;
travels and sufferings, ii. 123, n. 3; iii. 297, n. 1;
University life in England and Scotland, i. 63, n. 1;
Warburton, answers, v. 93;
witchcraft, believes in, ii. 178, n. 3.
WESLEY, Mrs. (mother of Charles and John Wesley), i. 46, n. 4.
WEST, Gilbert, in the army, iii. 267, n. 1;
translation of Pindar, iv. 28.
WEST, Richard, describes Christ Church, Oxford, i. 76, n. 1;
lines on his own death, iii. 165, n. 3.
WEST, Rev. W., edition of _Rasselas_, i. 340, n. 3.
WEST INDIAN ISLANDS in 1779, iii. 408, n. 4;
mentioned, ii. 455:
see JAMAICA and SLAVES.
WESTCOTE, Lord, Johnson and the Thrales visit him, v. 456, n. 1;
Lord Lyttelton's vision, iv. 298;
portrait at Streatham, iv. 158, n. 1;
mentioned, iv. 57, n. 1, 58, n. 3.
WESTERN ISLANDS. See under BOSWELL, _Journal of a Tour to the
Hebrides, Journey to the Western
Islands_, MARTIN, M., and SCOTLAND, Hebrides.
WESTMINSTER. See under LONDON.
WESTMINSTER, Deanery of, resignation of the, iii. 113, n. 2.
WESTMINSTER ABBEY, Chambers's epitaph, i. 219, n. 1;
Cibber's, Mrs., grave, v. 126, n, 5;
Goldsmith's epitaph, iii. 82;
and Johnson at the Poets' Corner, ii. 238;
Handel musical meeting, iv. 283;
Johnson's grave, iv. 419, 423;
Jonson's, Ben, grave, v. 402, n. 5;
Macpherson's grave, ii. 298, n. 2;
Milton's monument, i. 227, n. 4;
Reynolds describes its monuments, iv. 423, n. 2;
'walls disgraced with an English inscription,' iii. 85.
WESTMORELAND, seventh Earl of,
Chancellor of the University of Oxford, i. 348, n. 2;
meets the Pretender in London, i. 279, n. 5.
WETHERELL, Rev. Dr., Boswell and Johnson visit him, ii. 440;
Johnson's letter to him, ii. 424;
mentioned, ii. 356; iv. 308.
WEY, River, ii. 136, n. 2; iii. 362, n. 5.
WHARNCLIFFE, Lord, iii. 399, n. 1.
WHARTON, Marquis of, iv. 317, n. 3.
WHARTON, Rev. Henry, ii. 242, n. 3.
WHEAT, price of, in 1778, iii. 226, n. 2.
See CORN.
WHEATLEY, near Oxford, iv. 308.
WHEATLEY, Mr. H. B., Wraxall's _Memoirs_, ii. 40, n. 4.
_Wheatly and Bennet on the Common Prayer_, iv. 212, n. 4.
WHEELER, Rev. Dr., death, iii. 366, n. 4; iv. 233, n. 3;
experience as a country parson, iii. 437;
Johnson's liking for his talk, iii. 366, n. 4; 307;
letter to him, iii. 366;
mentioned, v. 458, n. 1.
WHEELER, Mr., of Birmingham, v. 458.
WHIGGISM, corrupted since the Revolution, ii. 117;
hounds, its, iv. 40, 63;
Lyttelton's vulgar Whiggism, ii. 221;
no room for it in heaven, v. 385.
WHIGS, almsgiving, against, ii. 212;
_bottomless_, iv. 223;
defined, i. 294, 431, n. 1;
devil, the first Whig the, iii. 326; iv. 317, n. 3;
every bad man a Whig, v. 271;
Fergusson 'a vile Whig,' ii. 170;
governed, not willing to be, ii. 314;
hall fireplace, moved the, i. 273;
humane one, a, v. 357;
'is any King a Whig?' iii. 372, n. 3;
nation quiet when they governed, iv. 100;
parson's gown, in a, v. 255;
pretence to honesty ridiculous, v. 339;
scoundrel and Whig, ii. 444;
Staffordshire Whig, iii. 326;
Tories, enmity with, iv. 291;
Tories when in place, i. 129;
'Whig dogs,' i. 504.
WHISTON, John, bookseller, iv. 111.
WHISTON, William,
Bentley's verses iv. 23, n. 3;
'Wicked Will Whiston,' ii. 67, n. 1.
WHITAKER, Rev. John, _History of Manchester_, iii. 333.
WHITAKER, Rev. Mr., ii. 108, n. 2.
WHITBREAD, Samuel, the brewer, iii. 363, n. 5.
WHITBREAD, Samuel, M.P., the son, bill for parochial schools,
iv. 200, n. 4.
WHITBREAD, Miss, iii. 96, n. 1.
WHITBY, Daniel, _Commentary_, v. 276.
WHITBY, Mr., of Heywood, i. 84, n. 2.
WHITE, Rev. Gilbert,
hibernation of swallows, ii. 55, n. 2, 248, n. 1;
Oriel College common-room, ii. 443, n. 4.
WHITE, Rev. Dr., _Bampton Lectures_ of 1784, iv. 443.
WHITE, Rev. Dr., of Pennsylvania, ii. 207.
WHITE, Rev. Henry, of Lichfield, iv. 372-3.
WHITE, Mr., Librarian of the Royal Society, ii. 40, n. 2.
WHITE, Mr., a factor, v. 122.
WHITE, Mr., tried to be a philosopher, iii. 305, n. 2.
WHITE, Mr., v. 427, n. 1.
WHITE, Mrs., Johnson's servant, iv. 402, n. 2.
WHITEFIELD, Rev. George,
Boswell, personally known to, ii. 79, n. 4;
Bristol Newgate, forbidden to preach in the, iii. 433, n. 1;
Johnson knew him at Oxford, i. 78, n. 2; iii. 409; v. 35;
Law's _Serious Call_, reads, i. 68, n. 2;
lower classes, of use to the, iii. 409;
mixture of politics and ostentation, v. 35;
'old woman, an,' iii. 172;
oratory for the mob, v. 36;
Oxford, persecuted at, i. 68, n. 1;
Pembroke College, servitor of, i. 73, n. 4, 75; v. 122, n. 1;
popularity owing to peculiarity, ii. 79; iii. 409;
preaching described by Southey and Franklin, ii. 79, n. 4; v. 36, n. 1;
_sconced_, i. 59, n. 3;
_Spiritual Quixote_, ridiculed in the, i. 75, n. 3;
Trapp's _Sermons_, attacked in, i. 140, n. 5.
WHITEFOORD, Caleb, _Cross-readings_, iv. 322.
WHITEHEAD, Paul,
Churchill's lines on him, i. 125;
Johnson undervalues him, i. 124-5;
_Manners_, i. 125; v. 116.
WHITEHEAD, William,
_Birth-day Odes_, i. 402, n. 1;
_Elegy to Lord Villiers_, iv. 115;
Garrick's 'reader' of new plays, i. 402, n. 3;
proposes him to Goldsmith as arbitrator, iii. 320, n. 2;
grand nonsense, i. 402;
_Memoirs_ by Mason, i. 31;
poet-laureate, i. 185, n. 1.
WHITEWAY, Mrs., i. 452, n. 2.
WHITING, Mrs., iv. 402, n. 2.
'WHO rules o'er freemen,' iv. 312.
_Whole Duty of Man_,
its authorship, ii. 239;
Johnson made to read it, i. 67;
recommends it, iv. 311.
_Wholesome_ severities, v. 423.
WHOREMONGER, ii. 172.
WHYTE, S.,
Home's gold medal, ii. 320, n. 2;
Johnson's walk, i. 485, n. 1;
Sheridan and the Irish Parliament, iii. 377, n. 2;
Sheridan's pension, i. 386, n. 1.
WICKEDNESS, no abilities required for it, v. 217.
WICKHAM, iv. 192.
WIDOWS, ii. 77.
WIFE,
'Artemisias,' ii. 76;
buying lace for one, ii. 352;
choosing fools for wives, v. 226;
death of one, iii. 419;
disputes with them, v. 226, n. 1;
learned, none the worse for being, ii. 76, 128;
negligent of pleasing, ii. 56;
Overbury's lines, ii. 76;
praise from one, i. 210;
religious, should be, ii. 76;
singing publicly for hire, ii. 369;
story of an unfaithful wife, v. 389;
of one who made a secret purse, iv. 319;
studious or argumentative, iv. 32;
superiority of talents, ii. 56.
WIGAN, iii. 135, n. 1.
WIGHT, Mr., a Scotch advocate, iii. 212, n. 2.
WIGHTMAN, General, v. 140, n. 3.
WIGS,
bag-wigs now worn by physicians, iii. 288;
tye-wigs, ib., n. 4;
flowing bob-wig, iii. 325, n. 3;
powdered, iii. 254:
See under JOHNSON, wigs.
WILCOX, the bookseller, i. 102, n. 2.
_Wildair, Sir Harry_, ii. 465.
WILKES, Dr., i. 148.
WILKES, Friar, ii. 399.
WILKES, John,
Alderman, elected, iii. 460;
Aylesbury, member for, iii. 73;
Beauclerk's library, iv. 105;
Boswell
apologises for his intimacy with him, iii. 64, n. 3;
defends him, v. 339, n. 5;
relishes his excellence, in. 64;
brings Johnson and him together, iii. 64;
proposes a third meeting, iv. 224, n. 2;
companion in Italy, ii. 11;
dines with him, ii. 378, n. 1, 436, n. 1;
enlivened by his sallies, i. 395;
receives a letter from 'Lord Mayor Wilkes,' ii. 381, n. 1;
writes to him, iv. 224, n. 2;
Burke's pun on him, iii. 322; v. 32, n. 3;
want of taste, iv. 104;
City and Blackfriars Bridge, i. 351, n. 1;
City Chamberlain, iv. 101, n. 2;
Courts of Justice afraid of him, iii. 46, n. 5;
_Dedication of Mortimer,_ i. 353, n. 1;
dress, iii. 68; iv. 101, n. 2;
English tenacious of forms, iv. 104;
_Fall of Mortimer_, iii. 78, n, 4;
_False Alarm_, answer to the, iv. 30;
Garrick's want of a friend, iii. 386;
wit, like Chesterfield's, iii. 69;
general warrants, i. 394, n. 1; ii. 72, n. 3, 73;
George III praises his good breeding, iii. 68, n. 4;
goat, the, not the kid, iv. 107, n. 2;
Gordon Riots, iii. 430;
'grave, sober, decent,' iii. 77;
_Heroic Epistle_, attacked in the, v. 186;
Hogarth, caricatured by, v. 186;
Horace, a contested passage in, iii. 73;
House of Commons afraid of him, iv. 140, n. 1;
expunges the resolution for his expulsion, ii. 112:
See under MIDDLESEX ELECTION;
how to speak at its bar, iii. 224;
Inverary, visits, iii. 73;
'Jack Ketch,' iii. 66;
Johnson's account of 'Jack's' conversation, iii. 183;
'animosity' against him, i. 349;
attacks him, ii. 135, n. 1; iii. 64; v. 339;
attacks, i. 429, n. 1; iii. 64, n. 2;
after their reconciliation, in. 79, n. 1;
calls on, iv. 107;
compared with, iii. 64, 78;
_Dictionary_, letter _H_, i. 300, 349, n. 1;
meets, at Mr. Dilly's, iii. 64-79, 201; v. 339, n. 5;
second meeting, iv. 101-7;
invites, to dinner, iv. 224, n. 2;
letter to him, iv. 224, n. 2;
and Mrs. Macaulay's footman, iii. 78;
political definitions, i. 295, n. 1;
repartee about a resolution of the House, iv. 104;
says that he 'should be well ducked,' i. 394;
sends him the Lives, iv. 107;
talking of liberty, iii. 224;
tete-a-tete with, iv. 107;
_Junius_, suspected to be, iii. 376, n. 4;
_Letter to Samuel Johnson, LL.D._, iv. 30, n. 3;
libel, prosecution for, iii. 78;
library, sells his, iv. 105, n. 2;
Lord Mayor, iii. 68, n. 4, 459-460;
kept from being, v. 339;
_Memoirs_ by Almon, i. 349, n. 1;
Middlesex election: See under MIDDLESEX ELECTION;
Monks of Medmenham Abbey, i. 125, n. 1;
_North Briton_, No. 45, i. 394, n. 1; ii. 72, n. 3;
Earl of Bute attacked, ii. 300, n. 5;
oratory, on, iv. 104;
'phoenix of convivial felicity,' iii. 183;
physiognomy, ii. 154, n. 1;
Pope's repartee, iv. 50;
prison, in, ii. 111, n. 2; iii. 46, n. 5, 460;
profanity, his, iv. 216;
quotation, censures, iv. 102;
riots in London in 1768, iii. 46, n. 5;
Scotland, raillery at, iii. 73, 77; iv. 101;
sentimental anecdote, iv. 347, n. 2;
Settle, the City Poet, iii. 75;
Shelburne, opposed by, iv. 175, n. 1;
Shelburne and Malagrida, iv. 174, n. 5;
Sheriff, v. 186, n. 4;
Smollett's letter to him, i. 348;
'Wilkes and Liberty,' ii. 60, n. 2; v. 312;
'Wilkite, no,' iii. 430, n. 4.
WILKES, Miss, iv. 224, n. 2.
WILKIE, William, D.D., Hume's Scotch Homer, ii. 53, n. 1; iv. 186, n. 2.
WILKIN, Simon, editor of Sir Thomas Brown's _Works_, iii. 293, n. 2.
WILKINS, Bishop, ii. 256, n. 3.
WILKINS, landlord of the Three Crowns, Lichfield, ii. 461, 462; iii. 411.
WILKS, the actor,
acted Juba in _Cato_, v. 126, n. 2;
Addison's loan to Steele, iv. 53;
Johnson celebrates his virtues, i. 167, n, 1;
manager of Drury Lane Theatre, v. 244, n. 2.
WILL, free. See FREE WILL.
WILL-MAKING, ii. 261; iv. 402, n. 1.
WILLES, Chief Justice,
'attached to the Prince of Wales,' i. 147, n. 1;
Bet Flint's trial, iv. 103, n. 3;
Johnson's schoolfellow, i. 45, n. 4.
WILLIAM III,
Dodwell, Henry, will not persecute, v. 437, n. 3;
Irish, not the lawful sovereign of the, ii. 255;
Johnson's_ Dictionary_, in, i. 295, n. 1;
resplendent qualities, his, ii. 341, n. 4;
Revolution Society, commemorated by the, iv. 40, n. 4;
Shebbeare, satirised by, ii. 112, n. 3; iii. 15, n. 3;
torture in Scotland, legal in his reign, i. 467, n. 1;
'worthless scoundrel,' ii. 341-2;
'that scoundrel,' v. 255;
mentioned, iv. 342; v. 234.
WILLIAMS, Anna,
account of her, i. 232; ii. 99; iv. 235, n. i, 239, n. 4;
allowance from Mrs. Montagu, iii. 48, n. 1; iv. 65, n. 1;
from Lady Philipps, v. 276, n. 2;
_Adventurer_, Bathurst's Essays in the, i. 254;
benefit at Drury Lane, i. 159 n. 1, 393, n. 1;
Bet Flint, did not love, iv. 103, n. 1;
Bolt Court, room in, ii. 427, n. 1;
Boswells envy of Goldsmith's taking tea with her, i. 421;
'a privileged man,' i. 463; ii. 99;
and the Jack Wilkes dinner, iii. 67;
'loves,' ii. 145;
carving, ii. 99, n. 2;
conversation, i. 463;
death, iv. 65, n. 1, 235;
drunkenness, on, ii. 435, n. 7;
eating, mode of, iii. 26;
electrical experiments, ii. 26, n. 2;
Garrick refuses her an order, i. 392;
Gordon Riots, left London at the, iii. 435;
'hates everybody,' iii. 368;
Hetherington's Charity, ii. 286;
illness, ii. 412; iii. 93, 95; 123, 128, 132, 211, 215, 363;
iv. 142, 170, 233-4;
jealousy, iii. 55;
Johnson's attention to her, iii. 341;
pleasure in her society, i. 232, n. 1; iii. 462;
iv. 235, 239, 241, 249, n. 2;
takes the sacrament in her room, iv. 235, n. 1, 270;
tea with her, i. 421; ii. 99;
turns Captain Macheath, iv. 95;
Johnson's Court, room in, ii. 5;
_Miscellanies_, i. 148, 177, n. 2; ii. 25-6; iii. 104;
peevishness, iii. 26, 128, 220;
quarrels with the rest of the household, iii. 368, 461;
second sight, instance of, ii. 150;
tea, mode of making, ii. 99;
will, her, iv. 241;
mentioned, i. 227, n. 2, 241, 242, 274, 326, 328, 350, n. 3,
369, 382; ii. 45, 77, 164, 209, 214, 215, 226, 242, 269, 310, 333,
357, 360, 386, 434; iii. 6, 44, 79, 92, 222, 269, 271, 313, 380;
iv. 92, 210; v. 98.
WILLIAMS, Sir Charles Hanbury,
Johnson's pamphlet against him, ii. 33;
speaks contemptuously of him, v. 268;
lines on Pulteney, v. 268, n. 3.
WILLIAMS, Helen Maria, iv. 282.
WILLIAMS, Zachariah, i. 274, n. 2, 301.
WILLIS, Dr. Thomas, _De Anima Brutorum_, v. 314, n. 1.
WILMOT, Chief Justice, i. 45, n. 4.
_Wilson against Smith and Armour_, ii. 196, n. 1.
WILSON, Father, ii. 390.
WILSON, Florence, _De tranquillitate animi_, iii. 215.
WILSON, Rev. Mr.,
dedicates his _Archaeological Dictionary_ to Johnson, iv. 162.
WILSON, Thomas, Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, i. 489.
WILTON,
Boswell visits it, ii. 326, n. 5, 371;
writes to Johnson from it, iii. 118, 122.
WILTON, Miss, ii. 274.
WILTSHIRE,
militia bill of 1756, i. 307, n. 4;
mentioned, iv. 237.
WINCHESTER,
capital convictions in 1784, iv. 328, n. 1;

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