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Debates, i. 509;
'ear spoilt by flattery,' i. 60, n. 2;
and Hon. T. Hervey, ii. 33, n. 2;
and Jackson, iii, 137 n. 2;
_London_, Thales and Savage, i. 125 n. 4;
memory of Gray's lines, iv. 138, n. 4;
and _The Monthly Review_, iii. 30, n. 1;
and the rebellion of 1745, i. 176, n. 2;
reference to Lord Kames, iii, 340, n. 2;
title of Doctor, i. 488, n. 3;
Langton's will, ii. 261, n. 2;
Lawrences, date of the deaths of the two, iv. 230, n. 2;
Literary Clubs, records of the, ii. 345 n. 5;
Macaulay's criticisms on him, i, 157, n. 5; ii. 391, n. 4;
iv. 144, n. 2; v. 234, n. 1; 298, n. 1;
Mayo, Dr. and Dr. Meyer, ii. 253, n. 2;
Millar, Andrew, i. 287, n. 3;
proofs and sanctions, ii. 194, n. 2;
Montagu, Edward, iii. 408, n. 3;
Romney, George, iii. 43, n. 4;
Sacheverel at Lichfield i. 39;
suppression of a note, iv. 138, n. 2;
suspicions about Thurlow's letter to Reynolds, iv. 350, n. 1;
about one of Johnson's amanuenses, iv. 262, n. 1;
Taylors of Christ Church, confounds two, i. 76, n. 1;
Walpole, Horace, identifies with a celebrated wit, iii. 388, n. 3.
_Croker Correspondence_,
Johnson's definition of _Oats_, 1. 294, n. 8;
and Pot, iv. 5, n. 1;
sarcasms about trees in Scotland, ii. 301, n. 1;
mistake about the third Earl of Liverpool, iii. 146, n. 1.
Cromwell, Henry, Pope's correspondent, iv. 246, n. 5.
Cromwell, Oliver,
Aberdeen, his soldiers in, ii. 455; v. 84;
Bowles, W., married his descendant, iv. 235, n. 5;
Johnson and Lord Auchinleck quarrel over him, v. 382;
Johnson projects a _Life_ of him, iv. 233;
Noble's _Memoirs_, iv. 236, n. 1;
political principles in his time, ii. 369;
Speeches, his, i. 150, n. 2;
trained as a private man, i. 442, n. 1.
Crosbie, Andrew, account of him, ii. 376, n. 1;
alchymy, learned in, ii. 376;
compares English with Scotch, v. 20;
Scotch schoolmaster's case, ii. 186. n. 1;
witchcraft, on, v. 45;
mentioned, iii. 101; v. 46.
Crosby, Brass, attacked by Johnson, ii. 135, n. 1;
Lord Mayor, iii. 459;
sent to the Tower, ib.; iv. 140, n. 1.
_Cross Readings_, iv. 322.
Crotch, Dr. William, iii. 197, n. 3.
Crouch, Mrs., iv. 227.
Crousaz, John Peter de, dispute with Warburton, i. 157; v. 80;
_Examen of Pope's Essay on Man_, i. 137.
Crown, childish jealousy of it, ii. 170;
dispensing power, iv. 317, n. 1;
influence: See INFLUENCE;
power, has not enough, ii. 170;
revenues, its, ii. 353, n. 4;
right to it, iii. 156-7.
_Crudities_, Coryat's, ii. 176, n. 1.
Cruikshank, the surgeon,
attends Johnson, iv. 239-240, 399; ib. n. 6;
bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
letter from, iv. 365;
recommends him to Reynolds, iv. 219.
Crutchley, Jeremiah, iv. 202, n. 1.
Cucumbers, v. 289.
_Cui bono_ man, a, iv. 112.
Cullen, Dr., an eminent physician, ii. 372;
his opinion on Johnson's case, iv. 262-4;
on the needful quantity of sleep, iii. 169;
talks of sleep-walking, v. 46.
Cullen, Robert, the advocate (afterwards Lord Cullen),
case of Knight the negro, iii. 127, 213;
a good mimic, ii. 154, n. 1;
mentioned, v. 44-5.
Culloden, Battle of, cruelties after it, v. 159, 196;
Johnson's indifference as to the result, i. 430;
the news reaches London, v. 196, n. 3;
order of the clans, ii. 270, n. 1;
Pretender's criticism of the battle, v. 194;
mentioned, v. 140, 187, 190.
Culrossie,--, v. 342, n. 2.
CUMBERLAND, v. 113, n. 1.
CUMBERLAND, William, Duke of, uncle of George III,
cruelties, ii. 374, 375, n. 1; v. 196;
attacked by Dr. King at Oxford, i. 279, n. 5;
praised by the _Gent. Mag_., i. 176, n. 2;
Shipley, Dr., his chaplain, iii. 251, n. 5;
mentioned, v. 188.
CUMBERLAND, Duchess of, iv. 108, n. 4.
CUMBERLAND, Richard, Bentley on Barnes's Greek, iv. 19, n. 2;
Davies's stories, perhaps the subject of one of, iii. 40, n. 3;
_dish-clout_ face, iv. 384, n. 2;
_Fashionable Lover_, v. 176;
_Feast of Reason_, iv. 64;
Johnson, acquaintance with, iv. 384, n. 2;
not admitted into 'the set,' ib.;
cups of tea, i. 313, n. 3;
dress, iii. 325, n. 3;
Greck, iv. 384;
mode of eating, i. 468, n. 3;
_Observer_, iv. 64, 385;
_Odes_, iii. 43;
read backwards, ib., n. 3; iv. 432;
Westminster School, at, i. 395, n. 2.
CUMBERLAND AND STRATHERN, Duke of,
brother of George III, ii. 224, n. 1; iii. 21, n. 2.
CUMMING, Tom, the Quaker, account of him, v. 98, n. 1;
introduces Johnson to a tavern company, v. 230;
ready to drive an ammunition cart, iv. 212;
wrote against Leechman, v. 101.
CUNINGHAME, Alexander, the opponent of Bentley, v. 373.
CUNINGHAME, Sir John, v. 373.
CUNNING, v. 217.
CUNNINGHAM,----, of the Scots Greys, iv. 211, n. 1.
CURATES, scanty provision for them, ii. 173;
small salaries, iii. 138.
CURIOSITY, mark of a generous mind, i. 89, iii. 450, 454;
two objects of it, iv, 199.
CURLL, Edmund, i. 143, n. 1.
CURLANTS, iv. 206.
CUST, F. C., i. 161, n. 3, 170, n. 1.
CUTTS, Lady, iii. 228.
_Cyder_, Philips's, v. 78.
_Cypress Grove_, v. 180.

D.

D. O., Sir, iv. 181, n. 3.
DACIER, Madame, in. 333, n. 2.
_Dacier's Horace_, in. 74, n. 1.
_Demonology_, King James's, iii. 382.
DAGGE, ----, keeper of the Bristol Newgate, iii. 433, n. 1.
DAILLE, _on the Fathers_, v. 294.
_Daily Advertiser_, i. 256, n. 1; ii. 209, n. 2.
_Daily Gazetteer_, ii. 33, n. 1.
_Daily Post_, i. 503.
DALE, Mrs., v. 431.
D'ALEMBERT, ii. 54, n. 3.
DALIN, Olaf von, ii. 156.
DALLAS, Miss, v. 87.
DALLAS, Stuart, v. 87.
DALRYMPLE, Colonel, v. 399.
DALRYMPLE, Sir David. See HAILES, Lord.
DALRYMPLE, Sir John,
attacks the London booksellers, v. 402, n. 1;
Burnet, criticises, ii. 213, n. 3;
complains of attacks on his _Memoirs_, v. 400;
foppery, his, ii. 237;
Johnson, invites to his house, v. 401;
rails at, v. 402;
arrives late, v. 404;
_Memoirs of Great Britain
and Ireland_, ii. 210-1;
parodied by Johnson, v. 403;
style, 'mere bouncing,' ii. 210;
praised by Boswell, ii. 211;
mentioned, ii. 291.
DALZEL, Professor, iv. 385.
DANCALA, i. 88.
DANCING, iv. 79.
DANES, colony at Leuchars, v. 70;
in Wales, v. 130.
DANTE, Boswell's ignorance of him, iii. 229, n. 4;
_Purgatory_, quoted, iv. 373, n. 1;
resemblance between _Pilgrim's Progress_ and Dante, ii. 238.
DANUBE, ii. 133, n. 1.
D'ARBLAY, General, iv. 223, n. 4.
D'ARBLAY, Mme. See BURNEY, Miss.
DARBY, Rev. Mr., v. 453, n. 2.
DARIPPE, Captain, v. 135.
DARIUS'S shade, iv. 16.
DARLINGTON, i. 35, n. 1.
DARTINEUF, Charles, ii. 447.
DARTMOUTH, Lord, i. 407, n. 1.
DARWIN, Charles, v. 428, n. 3.
DARWIN, Dr. Erasmus, v. 428, n. 3.
DASHWOOD, Sir Francis, ii. 135, n. 2.
DASHWOOD, Sir Henry, iii. 407, n. 5.
DATES to letters, i. 122, n. 2; iii. 421, n. 3, 428, n. 4.
D'AUTEROCHE, Count, iii. 8, n. 3.
DAVENANT, Sir William, ii. 168, n. 2.
DAVENPORT, William, Strahan's apprentice, ii. 324, n. 1.
DAVIES, Thomas, account of him, i. 390;
author, success as an, iii. 434;
bankruptcy, iii. 223, 434;
Baretti's trial, exaggerated feelings about, ii. 94;
quarrels with him, ii. 205;
benefit at Drury Lane, iii. 249;
bookseller, his taste as a, iii. 223, n. 1;
Boswell to Johnson, introduces, i. 390; iv. 231;
Churchill's lines on him, i. 391, n. 2, 483; iii. 223;
sees in the pit, iii. 223, n. 2:
Cibber's genteel ladies, ii. 340;
'clapped on the back by Tom Davies,' ii. 344;
_Conduct of the Allies_, ii. 65;
dinners at his house, ii. 340; iii. 38;
_Garrick, Memoirs of_. iii. 434, n. 5;
Garrick, letter to, iii. 223, n. 2;
complains of his unkindness, ib.;
Goldsmith's dislike of Baretti, ii. 205, n. 3;
'Goldy's' play, talks of, ii. 258; v. 308;
Hunter, Johnson's schoolmaster, anecdote of, i. 45, n. 4;
Johnson, accurate observer of, ii. 258;
candour, iii. 271, n. 2;
and Foote, ii. 299;
forgives him, ii. 271;
laugh, ii. 378;
letters to him: See JOHNSON, letters;
liberality to him, i. 488; iii. 223;
love for him, iv. 231, 365;
one of a deputation to, iii. III;
sends pork to, iv. 413, n. 2;
talking to himself, i. 483;
learning enough for a clergyman, had, iv. 13;
Maddocks, the straw-man, iii. 231, n. 2;
_Miscellanies and Fugitive Pieces_, ii. 270;
Mounsey and Percy, ii. 64;
portrait by Hicky, ii. 340, n. 2;
'potted stories' of a dramatic author, iii. 40;
Quin's saying about January 30, v. 382, n. 2;
Shakespeare, representations of, v. 244, n. 2;
stage, his earnings on the, iii. 223;
driven from it, ib., iii. 249;
'statesman all over,' ii. 65;
Thane of Ross, iv. 8; Walker's
'distinguished glare,' ii. 368, n. 3;
zealous for the _trade_, ii. 345;
mentioned, i. 175, n. 3, 310, 423; ii. 63, 82, 343-4, 349;
iii--38; iv. 366.
DAVIES, Mrs., Tom Davies's wife,
Churchill's lines on her, i. 391, n. 2, 484.
DAVIES,--, of Llanerch, v. 439.
DAVIS, Mrs., iv. 239, n. 2, 439.
DAVY, Sir Humphry, iv. 119, n. 1.
DAVY, Serjeant, iii. 87, n. 3.
DAWKINS, 'Jamaica,' iv. 126.
_Dawling_, iii. 422;
_dawdle_, iv. 126.
DAWSON, George, ii. 456, n. 2.
DAWSON's _Lexicon_, iii. 407.
DAY-LABOURERS, wages of, iv. 176; v. 263.
DEAD, form of prayer for the, ii. 163;
libels on them, iii. 13;
recommending and praying for them, i. 190, n. 2, 236, 240; ii. 163;
iv. 137, 158, n. 3;
their spirits perhaps present, i. 212;
why we wish for their return, i. 240, n. 1.
DEAF AND DUMB, Academy for the, v. 399.
DEAN, Rev. Richard, ii. 53.
DEATH, act of dying not of importance, ii. 107;
affectation in dying, v. 397;
best men most afraid of it, iii. 154;
Browne, Sir T., on it, iii. 153, n. 1;
business preparation for it, v. 316;
change beyond man's understanding, ii. 163, n. 3;
dispositions on one's death-bed, v. 239;
'dying with a grace,' iv. 300, n. 1;
fear of it cannot be got over, ii. 106, 298; iii. 295;
natural to man, ii. 93; iii. 153, 158, 294; v. 179;
resolution, met with, iii. 295;
sight, kept out of, iii. 154;
some die well, few willingly, i. 365;
sudden death in sin, iv. 225;
Swift dreads it, ii. 93, n. 4;
describes what reconciles man to it, iii. 295, n. 2;
thinking constantly of it, v. 316;
violent, i. 338;
'a whole system of hopes swept away,' i. 236, n. 3.
See under JOHNSON, death, dread of.
DEATH WARRANTS, iii. 121, n. 1; v. 239-40.
_Debate on the Proposal of Parliament to Cromwell_, i. 150.
DEBATES OF PARLIAMENT,
account of them, i. 115-118, 150-152, 501-512;
written at first by Guthrie and corrected by Johnson, i. 115-6,
136, 503, 509;
written solely by Johnson, i. 118, 150-2, 157, 503;
wrongly assigned to Johnson, i. 509;
authenticity generally accepted, i. 152, 505;
Chesterfield, speeches attributed to, iii. 351;
Croker's inaccuracy about them, i. 509!
'debating,' absence of, i. 506;
discontinued, i. 176, n. 2, 512;
Gent. Mag., increased sale of, i. 152, n. 1;
House of Commons passes resolutions against publication, i. 115, 502, 510;
House of Lords 'a Court of Record,' i. 502;
'Hurgoes,' 'Clinabs,' 'Walelop,' 'Hon. Marcus Cato,' i. 502;
'Pretor of Mildendo,' i. 503;
Johnson's conscience troubled, i. 152, 505; iv. 408;
_Debates_ not authentic, i. 118, 503-9;
rapid composition, i. 504; iv. 409;
successor, i. 512;
_London Magazine_, reports of the, i. 502, 508-510;
monument to Walpole's greatness, i. 512;
Murphy's account of them, i. 504;
prosecution of Cave, i. 501;
of Cooley and the printer of the _Daily Post_, i. 503;
of the printers in 1771, iii. 459-60; iv. 140, n. 1;
reports published chiefly in the recess, i. 501, 510;
reporters, 'fellows who thrust themselves into the gallery,' i. 502;
reporting, method of, i. 117, 150, 503, 504;
Seeker's reports, i. 507, 509;
'Senate of Lilliput,' i. 115, 502;
speakers' names disguised, i. 501;
speeches assigned to Pitt and Chesterfield, i. 504;
many thrown into one, i. 501, 506-7;
sent by the speakers, i. 151, 501, 508;
table of the order of publication, i. 510;
translated, i. 505;
unreality, i. 506;
volumes, collected in, i. 152;
Walpole, unfair to, i. 502, 504; iv. 314.
_Debrett's Royal Kalendar_, iv. 350, n. 1.
DEBTOR. 'The pillow of a debtor,' iv. 152, n. 1.
DEBTS, carelessly contracted and rapidly swelling, iii. 127;
for Johnson's warnings, see BOSWELL, debts;
law of arrest, iii. 77;
small and great, i. 347.
_Decay of Christian Piety_, v. 227.
_De Claris Oratoribus_, iv. 316.
DEDICATIONS, books written for their sake, iv. 105, n. 4;
flattery allowed, v. 285;
Johnson's to all the Royal Family, ii. 2;
skill in them, ii. 1;
_Works_ without any, i. 257, n. 2;
means of getting money, ii. 1, n. 2;
one scholar dedicating to another, iv. 162, n. 1;
studied conclusions, v. 239.
_Defence of Pluralities_, ii. 242.
DEFFAND, Mme. du, v. 152, n. 1.
DEFINITION, things sometimes made darker by it, iii. 245.
DEFINITIONS. See under DICTIONARY, and separate words.
DE FOE, Daniel, _Captain Carleton's Memoirs,_ iv. 334, n. 4;
_Drelincourt on Death,_ ii. 163, n. 4;
his grandson, iv. 37, n. 1;
Johnson's praise of him, iii. 267;
the opposite of him, i. 506;
_Robinson Crusoe_, iii. 268.
_Deformities of Johnson_, iv. 148-9.
DEGENERACY OF MANKIND, ii. 217, v. 77.
DE GROOT, Isaac, iii. 125.
DEIST, no honest man one, ii. 8.
DELANY, Dr., _Observations on Swift_, iii. 249; iv. 39; v. 238.
DELAP, Rev. Dr., i. 521.
DELAY, danger of, i. 324.
_Dementat_, iv. 181, n. 3.
DEMOCRITUS, iv. 105, n. 4.
DEMONAX, iv. 34.
DE MORGAN, Professor, i. 284, n. 3.
DEMOSTHENES, Johnson compared with him, i. 504;
spoke to barbarians, ii. 171;
to brutes, ii. 211;
mentioned, iii. 351; v. 214.
DEMPSTER, George, account of him, i. 408, n. 4;
argues for merit, i. 440-2;
Boswell, letter to, v. 407;
Boswell's eulogium on him, v. 409, n. 3;
_Critical Strictures_, i. 409;
Johnson's conversation, struck with, i. 434;
dines with, ii. 195;
_Journey_, praises, ii. 303; iii. 301;
sister, his, iii. 242; iv. 284;
unfixed in his principles, i. 443;
virtuous and candid, ii. 305.
DENBIGH, Earls of, ii. 175, n. 2.
DENHALL IN WIRHALL, v. 445, n. 3.
DENHAM, Sir John, iv. 38, n. 1.
DENMAN, first Lord, ii. 408, n. 3.
DENMARK, King of, v. 100.
DENMARK, Queen of, ii. 253, n. 2.
DENNIS, John,
criticisms on _Blackmore_ and _Cato_, iv. 36, n. 4;
on _Cato_, iii. 40, n. 2;
on Shakespeare, i. 498, n. _4_;
_Critical Works_ worth collecting, iii. 40;
his thunder, iii. 40, n. 2.
DENTON, Judge, ii. 164, n. 5.
_Depeditation_, v. 130.
DEPOPULATION, ii. 217, n. 5.
DE QUINCEY, account of Bishop Watson, iv. 119, n. 1;
criticises Johnson's _Vanity_, &c., i. 193, n. 3;
praises his Latin, i. 272, n. 3.
_Derange_, iii. 319, n. 1.
DERBY, account of it in 1741, i. 86, n. 2;
Highlanders there in 1745, iii. 162; v. 196, n. 3;
Johnson and Boswell visit it in 1777, iii. 160;
see the china-manufactory, iii. 163;
silk-mill, iii. 164; v. 432;
Johnson married there, i. 95, n. 2, 96;
mentioned, iii. 1, 135, n. 1; iv. 359.
DERBY, fifteenth Earl of, v. 354, n. 1.
DERBY, Rev. Mr., iii. 113.
DERBYSHIRE, ii. 474.
DERRICK, Samuel,
Boswell's 'first tutor,' i. 456;
his 'governor,' iii. 371;
introduced him to Davies, iv. 231, n. 1;
Dryden's _Miscellaneous Works_, edits, i. 456, n. 3;
Home's parody on him, i. 456;
_Humphry Clinker_, described in, i. 124, n. 2;
Johnson's kindness for him, i. 385; v. 117, 240;
projected _Life of Dryden_, gathers materials for, i. 456; v. 240;
lines on, i. 124;
'King of Bath,' i. 394, n. 2, 455;
_Letters from Leverpoole_, i. 456, n. 1; v. 117;
outrunning his character, i. 394;
presence of mind, i. 457;
pun about the Robinhood Society, iv. 92, n. 5;
Smart, compared with, iv. 192.
DESCRIPTION, falls short of reality, iv. 199.
_Deserted Village_. See GOLDSMITH.
DES MAIZEAUX, i. 29.
DESMOULINS, John,
Johnson's will, witnesses, iv. 402, n. 2;
bequest to him, ib.;
mentioned, iv. 415, n. 1, 440.
DESMOULINS, Mrs., account of her, iii. 222, n. 3;
hates Levett and Williams, iii. 368, 461;
Johnson allows her half a guinea a week, iii. 222;
death, present at, iv. 418;
kitchen under her care, ii. 215, n. 4;
house, lodged in, iii. 222, 380, n. 3;
leaves it, iv. 233, 255, n. 1;
not complaining of the world, iv. 171;
mentioned, i. 64, 83, 237; ii. 148; iii. 313, 363,373;
iv. 92, 1422, 170, 210, 239, n. 2, 322, n. 1.
DESPONDENCY, speculative, iv. 112.
DESPOTIC GOVERNMENTS, iii. 283.
DE THOU. See THUANUS.
DETTINGEN, Battle of, iv. 12.
DEVAYNES, Mr., iv. 273.
_De veritate Religionis_, i. 68, n. 3.
DEVILS do not lie to each other, iii. 293;
their influence upon our minds, iv. 290.
DEVONPORT, i. 379, n. 1.
DEVONSHIRE, Johnson's trip to, i. 37l, n. 3, 377; iii. 457;
militia, its, i. 36, n. 4, 307, n. 4.
DEVONSHIRE, third Duke of,
faithful to his word, iii. 186;
dogged veracity, iii. 378.
DEVONSHIRE, fourth Duke of, ii. 78, n. 1.
DEVONSHIRE, fifth Duke and Duchess of,
hospitality to Johnson, iv. 357, 367;
mentioned, iv. 126.
DEVONSHIRE, seventh Duke of,
'public dinners at Chatsworth,' iv. 367, n. 3.
DEVONSHIRE, Georgiana, Duchess of,
Genius made feminine to compliment her, iii. 374;
Johnson, eager to hear, iii. 425, n. 4;
painted in the same picture with him, iv. 224, n. 1.
DEVONSHIRE FAMILY, ii. 474.
DEVOTION, abstracted, ii. 10;
particular places for, iv. 226.
_Devotional Exercises_. See PRAYERS.
DEVOTIONAL POETRY. See POETRY.
DE WITT, i. 32.
DEXTERITY, deserves applause, iii. 231.
_Diabolus Regis_, iii. 78.
DIAL, i. 205.
_Dialogues of the Dead_, ii. 447.
DIAMOND, ----, an apothecary, i. 242; iii. 454.
_Diary, The_, iv. 381, n. 1.
_Diary of a Visit to England in 1775_, ii. 338, n. 2.
DIBDEN, Charles, ii. 110.
DICEY, Professor,
_Law of the Constitution_, iii. 46, n. 5; iv. 317, n. 1.
DICK, Sir Alexander, gold medal for rhubarb, iv. 263, n. 1;
hospitality, his, iv. 204;
Johnson consults him about his health, iv. 261-3;
letter to, iii. 102, 128;
meets, v. 48, 394, 401.
DICK, ----, a messenger, v. 201.
'DICK WORMWOOD,' ii. 407, n. 5.
DICKENS, Charles, iv. 202, n. 1.
DICTIONARY,
might be compiled from Bacon, iii. 194;
from Elizabethan authors, iii. 194, n. 2;
'perfection' of one, i. 292, n. 2;
pronunciation, of, ii. 161;
Scotland, of words peculiar to, ii. 91;
watches, like, i. 293, n. 3.
_Dictionary, Johnson's_,
account of it, i. 182-9, 256-266, 291-301;
_Abridgement_, i. 264, n. 4, 300, n. 1, 303, n. 1. 305;
in Lord Scarsdale's dressing-room, iii. 161;
accents of words, ii. 161;
authors quoted, i. 189; iv. 4, 416, n. 2;
Bacon often quoted, iii. 194;
Birch, Dr., on it, i. 285;
bound and lettered, i. 283;
commencement, date of its, i. 182, n. 3;
composition, its, i. 186-9;
deficiency of previous, i. 187, n. 1;
definitions, erroneous, i. 293;
definitions, Johnson's genius shown in them, i. 293;
instances of erroneous, i. 293;
political and capricious, i. 294-6; iii. 343; iv. 87, n. 2, 217:
See under separate words;
dictionary-makers described, i. 189, n. 2;
dictionary-making not very unpleasant, i. 189, n. 2; ii. 202, n. 2,
203, n. 3;
'muddling work,' ib.;
Dodsley's suggestion, i. 182, 286; iii. 405;
drudgery, v. 418;
etymologies, i. 186, 292;
explanation, difficulty of, i. 294, n. 2;
edition, fourth, preparing, ii. 142,143, n. 3, 155;
sent to press, ii. 202, n. 2, 209;
published, ii. 203, 205;
mentioned, i. 293, n. 2, 294, n. 7, 295, n. 1, 375, n. 2;
iv. 4, n. 3, 87, n. 2;
Garrick's _Epigram_, i. 300;
Gifford's _Contemplation_ quoted, v. 117, n. 4;
Gough Square, compiled in, i. 188;
Harris,_Hermes_, praised by, iii. 115;
honours and praises, i. 298, 323;
Johnson's portrait, iv. 421, n. 2;
Johnson's praise of its execution, iii. 405;
Manning, the compositor, iv. 321;
outlines sketched, its, i. 176;
particles, changes of the, ii. 45, n. 3;
patrons and opponents, i. 288;
payments, i. 183, 287, 304;
_Plan_, dedicated to Lord Chesterfield, i. 183;
draft of it, i. 185, n. 2;
not noticed in _Gent. Mag._ i. 176, n. 2;
published, i. 182;
poetry, harder to write than, v. 47;
Preface, i. 291-9;
pronunciation, ii. 161, n. 1;
published, i. 288, 291;
publishers, i. 183;
Sheridan's, R. B., compliment to it, iii. 115;
Smith, Adam, reviewed by, i. 298, n. 2;
time taken in writing, i. 186, 287, 291, 443;
volume ii. begun, i. 255;
Wilkes and the letter _H_, i. 300;
words, big, i. 2l8;
written in sickness and sorrow, i. 263, n. 1; iv. 427.
_Dictionary of Arts and Sciences_ projected by Goldsmith, ii. 204, n. 2.
DIDEROT, Denys, anecdote of Hume, ii. 8, n. 4;
on acting, iv. 244, n. 1.
DIDO, iv. 196.
_Dies Irae_, iii. 358, n. 3.
DIFFICULTIES, raising, iii. 11, n. 1.
DIGGS, the actor, i. 386, n. 1.
DILLY FAMILY, account of it, iii. 396, n. 2.
DILLY, Messrs. Edward and Charles, booksellers,
Boswell's _Corsica_, publish, ii. 46, n. 1;
_Conversation between George III, &c_., ii. 34, n. 1;
_Life of Johnson, ib._;
Chesterfield's _Miscellaneous Works_, publish, iii. 351;
dinners at their house, ii. 247, 338; iii. 65-79, 284-300, 357-8,
392, n. 2; iv. 101-7, _ib., n 2, 278, 330; v. 57, n. 3;
always gave a good dinner, iii. 285;
hospitality to literary men, iii. 65;
house, their, No. 22 in the Poultry, iii. 5, 65, n. 2;
'patriotic friends,' their, iii. 66.
DILLY, Charles, comparative happiness, on, iii. 288;
Johnson, letters from, iii. 394; iv. 257;
Milton's _Tractate on Education_, on, iii. 358;
quotations for sale, account of, iv. 102, n. 1;
mentioned, iii. 396, n. 2; iv. 118, 126.
DILLY, Edward, Boswell, letter to, iii. 110;
Boswell parts with him, iii. 396;
_Lives of the Poets_, account of the, iii. 110;
Johnson, letter from, iii. 126.
DILLY, Squire, Boswell and Johnson visit him, iv. 118-32;
mentioned, i. 260; ii. 247; iii. 396, n. 2.
DINGLEY, Mrs., iv. 177, n. 2.
DINNER, cost in London in 1737, i. 103,105;
in 1746, i. 103, n. 2;
in Edinburgh, in 1742, ib.;
a measure of emotion, i. 355; ii. 94; iv. 220;
waiting for it, ii. 83;
better where there is no solid conversation, iii. 57.
See JOHNSON, dinners and eating.
DIOCLETIAN, ii. 255, n. 4.
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, iii. 386, n. 3; iv. 13.
DIOMED, ii. 129.
DIONYSIUS'S _Periegesis_, iv. 444.
Diot, Mr. and Mrs., v. 430.
_Dirleton's Doubts_, iii. 205.
_Disarrange_, iii. 319, n. 1.
_Discourses on Painting by Reynolds. See_ REYNOLDS, _Discourses_.
DISCOVERIES, Johnson dislikes them, i. 455, n. 3; ii. 479;
iii. 204, n. 1; iv. 251, n. 1;
Walpole describes the harm done by them, v. 276, n. 2, 328, n. 2.
DISEASES, acute and chronical, iv. 150.
DISLIKE, mutual, iii. 423.
DISPUTES, encouraging, iii. 185.
D'ISRAELI, Isaac, Barnes's _Homer_, iv. 19, n. 2;
Birch, Dr., i. 159, n. 4;
Campbell's _Hermippus Redivivus_, ii. 427, n. 4;
Chatterton and Lord Mayor Beckford, iii. 201, n. 3;
Churchill's abhorrence of blotting, i. 419, n. 5;
Davies's taste as a bookseller, iii. 223, n. 1;
Dedications, ii. 1, n. 2;
Dennis's thunder, iii. 40, n. 2;
Du Halde's _China_, ii. 55, n. 4;
Flexney and Stockdale, ii. 113, n. 2;
Guthrie's letter, i. 117, n. 2;
Hill, Sir John, ii. 39, n. 2;
Johnson's hints for the _Life of Pope_, iv. 46, n. 1;
Oldys the author of _Busy, curious, thirsty fly_, ii. 281, n. 5;
his notes on Langbaine, iii. 30, n. 1;
Pieresc, ii. 371, n. 2;
Steevens's literary impostures, iv. 178, n. 1;
Tasker, Rev. Mr., iii. 374, n. 1.
DISSENTERS, bill for their relief rejected, ii. 208, n. 4;
_Country_-party, of the, v. 255, n. 5;
taught the graces of language, i. 312;
tossing snails into their gardens, ii. 268, n. 2.
_Dissertation on the Epitaphs written by Pope_, i. 306.
_Dissertation on the State of Literature and Authours_, i. 306.
_Dissertations on the History of Ireland_, i. 321.
_Dissertations on the Prophecies_, iv. 286.
DISSIMULATION, ii. 47.
DISTANCE, of time and of place, ii. 471.
DISTINCTIONS, all are trifles, iii. 355; love of them, i. 474.
_Distressed Mother_, Budgell's Epilogue_, i. 181;
really written by Addison, iii. 46;
Johnson's _Epilogue_, i. 55, n. 3.
DISTRESSES OF OTHERS, ii. 94-5.
DISTRUST, iii. 135.
_Diversions of Purley_, iii. 354, n. 2.
DIVES, ii. 162.
_Divine Legation_. See WARBURTON, W.
DIVINES, English, iv. 105, n. 3.
DIVORCES, iii. 347-8.
DIXEY, Sir Wolstan, i, 84.
DOBLE, Mr. C. E.,
on the authorship of the _Whole Duty of Man_, ii. 239, n. 4;
Psalmanazar at Christ Church, iii. 449.
_Dockers_, i. 379.
DOCKING, ii. 52.
DOCTOR, title of, i. 488, n. 3; ii. 373.
See JOHNSON, doctor, and DR. MEMIS.
DOCTOR IN DIVINITY, respect shown to a, ii. 124.
DOCTORS' COMMONS, i. 134, 462, n. 1.
_Doctrine of Grace_, Warburton's, v. 93.
DODD, Rev. Dr. William, account of him, iii. 139;
Allen's kindness to him, iii. 141;
Boswell's anxiety for his pardon, iii. 119;
canted all his life, iii. 270;
character, iii. 122, 166;
_currat lex_, iv. 207;
dedication to Rev. Mr. Villette, iii. 167, n. 1;
execution, iii. 120-1, 148;
forgery, guilty of, iii. 140;
Johnson, correspondence with, iii. 144-5, 147;
describes, iii. 140, n. 2;
writes for him _Convict's Address_, iii. 121, 141-2, 167, 295, n. 1;
_Last Solemn Declaration_, iii. 143;
_Observations_, iii. 120, n. 4, 142;
_Occasional Papers_ (conclusion), iii. 148;
petitions and letters, iii. 121, 142, 144;
and his speech to the Recorder, iii. 126, 141;
_Last Prayer_, iii. 270;
life, longing for, iii. 154;
Literary Club, tried to join the, iii. 280;
Magdalen House, chaplain at, iii. 139, n. 4;
mind concentrated, his, iii. 167;
Newgate, closely watched in, iii. 166;
petitions in his favour, ii. 90, n. 5; iii. 120, 143;
saint, not to be made a, iv. 208;
Sermons, his, iii. 248;
_Thoughts in Prison_, iii. 270;
'unfortunate,' iii. 120, n. 2;
Wesley visits him in prison, iii. 121, n. 3;
'wretched world, not a,' iii. 166;
mentioned, iii. 132.
DODD, Mrs., iii. 142.
DODDRIDGE, Dr., epigram by him, v. 271.
DODSLEY, James, i. 182; ii. 447.
DODSLEY, Robert, Cleans, acted, i. 324, n. 1, 325-6;
compared by Johnson with Otway, iv. 21;
'more blood than brains,' iv. 20;
_Collection of Poems_, ii. 467; iii. 21, n. 1, 38, 149, n. 2, 269, 280;
iv. 24;
'Dartineuf's' footman, ii. 447;
'Doddy,' ii. 258, n. 1;
Garrick, quarrel with, i. 325;
Goldsmith, dispute on poetry with, iii. 38;
imprisoned by the House of Lords, i. 125, n. 3;
_Irene_, publishes, i. 198;
Johnson's _Dictionary_, suggests, i. 182, 286; iii. 405;
one of the publishers, i. 183, 264;
asks to have the _Plan_ inscribed to Chesterfield, i. 183;
_London_ published by him, i. 121-4;
_Rasselas_, i. 341;
_Vanity of Human Wishes_, i. 193, n. 1.
'patron,' i. 326;
_Life_ should be written, his, ii. 446;
_Muse in Livery_, ii. 446;
Pope, assisted by, ii. 446, n. 4;
Pope's executors, application to, iv. 51, n. 1;
_Preceptor_, i. 192;
_Public Virtue_, iv. 20;
wife's death, his, i. 277;
_World, The_, i. 202, n. 4;
mentioned, i. 135, n. 1, 243, 290, 317; ii. 453, n. 2; iv. 333, n. 1.
DODWELL, Henry, v. 437.
_Doggedly_, v. 40.
DOGGET, Thomas, ii. 465, n. 1.
DOGS attack butchers, ii. 232;
eaten in China and Otaheite, ib.;
have not power of comparing, ii. 96.
DOING NOTHING, v. 39.
_Dolus latet in universalibus_, v. 105.
_Domesticated_, i. 268, n. 1.
_Domina de North et Gray_, iv. 10.
DOMINICETTI, ii. 99.
DONALDSON, Alexander, Boswell's first publisher, i. 383, n. 3;
intimacy with him, i. 439. n. 1;
Copyright case, i. 437-9; ii 345. n. 2.
DONATUS, ii. 204, n. 4, 358, n. 3.
_Don Belianis_, i. 49, n. 2.
DONCASTER, ii. 300, n. 5.
DONNE, Dr., saw a vision, ii. 445;
uses the term _quotidian_, v. 346.
_Don Quixote_, wished longer, i. 71, n. 1; ii. 238, n. 5;
Don Quixote's death, ii. 370.
DOOR, 'author concealed behind the door,' i. 396.
_Dorando, A Spanish Tale_, ii. 50, n. 4.
DORSET, third Duke of, iv. 421, n. 2.
DOSA, ii. 7, n. 3.
DOSSIE, Robert, iv. 11.
DOUBLE LETTERS. See POST.
DOUGHTY, the engraver, ii. 286, n. 1; iv. 421, n. 2.
DOUGLAS, Archibald,
(at first Archibald Stewart, at last Baron Douglas, of Douglas Castle),
ii. 50, n. 4, 230.
DOUGLAS, last Duke of, v. 43, n. 4.
DOUGLAS, Duchess of, v. 43, n. 4.
DOUGLAS, Sir James, journey to the Holy Land, iii. 177.
DOUGLAS, James, M.D., editions of Horace, iv. 279.
DOUGLAS, Lady Jane, ii. 50, n. 4, 230.
DOUGLAS, Rev. Dr. John, Bishop of Salisbury,
British Coffee-house Club, a member of the, iv. 179, n. 1;
Church of England, on the discipline of the, iv. 277;
Cock Lane Ghost exposes the, i. 407;
Goldsmith's lines on him, i. 229, n. 1, 407, n. 2; iii. 139, n. 4;
_Conduct of the Allies_, praises the, ii. 65;
Hume, dines with, ii. 441, n. 5;
Johnson's _London_, anecdote of, i. 127;
Lauder's imposition, i. 228;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479;
mentioned, i. 140, 260, n. 3, 430; ii. 63, 125, n. 5.
DOUGLAS, SIR JOHN, iii. 163.
DOUGLAS, Lady Lucy, v. 359.
DOUGLAS CAUSE, account of it, ii. 50, 230;
Boswell one of the counsel before House of Lords, iii. 8, 219;
v. 378, n. 2;
and the Duchess of Argyle, v. 353, 359;
_Essence of the Douglas Cause_, ii. 230, n. 1;
Judges' windows broken, v. 353, n. 1;
_Letters to Lord Mansfield_, ii. 229;
'shook the security of birth-right,' v. 28.
_Douglas_, a tragedy. SEE HOME, John.
DOVEDALE, v. 430.
DOVER, iv. 260, n. 1.
DOVER CLIFF, Shakespeare's description of, ii. 87.
_Downed_, iii. 335, n. 2.
DOXY, Miss, iii. 417-8.
_Drake, Life of_, i. 147, n. 5.
DRAMA, the English, characteristics of its dialogue, iv. 247.
DRAPER, the bookseller, iii. 46.
DRAUGHTS, game of, i. 317; ii. 444,
DRAYTON'S _Polyolbion_, v. 225, n. 3.
DREAMS, communication by them, i. 235;
contest of wit in one, iv. 5;
Prendergast's dream, ii. 183.
_Drelincourt on Death_, ii. 163.
DRESDEN, i. 266, n. 2.
DRESS, effects on the mind, i. 200; ii. 475;
if fine, should be very fine, iv. 179; v. 364.
DRESSING, time spent in, v. 67.
DREWRY, SIR R., ii. 445, n. 4.
DRINKING, time it can go on, iii. 243, n. 4;
in Johnson's youth, v. 59-60;
rule about drinking to another, v. 356:
SEE DRUNKENNESS and WINE.
_Drinking Song to Sleep_, i. 251.
DROGHEDA, fifth Earl of, iii. 30, n, 1.
DROMORE, Bishop of. SEE PERCY.
DROWNING, suicide by, v. 54.
DRUID'S TEMPLE, a, v. 107, 132.
DRUMGOLD, Colonel, ii. 397, 399, 401.
DRUMMOND, ALEXANDER, _Travels_, v. 323.
DRUMMOND, DR., iii. 88, 383.
DRUMMOND, GEORGE, v. 43.
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, of Hawthornden, _Cypress Grove_, v. 180;
_Polemomiddinia_, iii. 284;
Jonson, Ben, visited by, v. 402, 414.
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, bookseller of Edinburgh,
account of him, ii. 26;
Johnson's letters to him, ii. 27-31;
Johnson, meets, v. 385, 394, 400;
his son, iii. 88, n. 1.
DRUNKENNESS, as an art, iii, 389;
'elevated,' v. 156, n. 2;
its felicity, ii, 351; 435. n. 7; iii. 381, n. 3;
on a little, iii. 170.
_Drury Lane Journal_, i. 218, n. 1.
DRURY LANE THEATRE, _Prologue on the opening of_, i. 181; iv. 25.
SEE LONDON, Drury Lane.
DRYDEN, JOHN,
_Absalom and Achitophel_, sale, i. 34, n. 5;
quoted, ii. 348, n. 2; iv. 73, n. 3;
_All for Love_, preface quoted, iv. 114, n 1;
_Annus Mirabilis_, quoted, ii. 241, n. 1;
_Aurengsebe_, quoted, ii. 125; iv. 303, n. 3;
Bayes in _The Rehearsal_, ii. 168:
booksellers' mercantile ruggedness, suffered from the, i. 305, n. 1;
borrows for want of leisure, v. 92, n. 4;
Collier, censured by, i. 167, n. 2; iv. 286, n. 3;
colleges and kings, lines on, ii. 223;
_Conquest of Granada_, quoted, iv. 259, n. 3;
dedication, its, v. 239;
converted to Roman Catholicism, iv. 44;
dedications, studied conclusions to his, v. 239;
'delighted to tread upon the brink of meaning,' ii. 241, n. l;
_Life of_, Derrick's 'materials'; SEE DERRICK;
dignity of his character, known to himself, i. 264, n. 1;
_Essay of Dramatick Poesie_, i. 197, n. 2; ii. 86, n. 1;
'Fate after him,' &c., iv. 25, n. 3;
'familiar day,' his, iv. 91, n. 1;
foreign words, on, i. 218, n. 1;
genius, his conscious, iii. 405, n. 3;
Hailes, Lord, anecdotes of him by, iii. 397, n. 3;
_Hind and Panther_, quoted, iv. 44;
_Indian Emperour_, quoted, iii. 346, n. 3;
Johnson gathered materials for his _Life_, i. 456; iii. 71; iv. 44; v.
240; writes it, iv. 44-6;
Johnson, resemblance in his character to, iv. 45;
judgment of the public, on the, i. 200, n. 2;
Juvenal, dedication to his, iv. 38;
Latin line wrongly attributed to him, iii. 304, n. 3;
_Life_ not written by contemporaries, v. 415, n. 2;
lines on life: SEE just above, _Aurengzebe_;
love, fine lines on, ii. 85;
Malone, _Life_ by, iii. 397, n. 3;
'mechanical defects,' on, iv. 247;
_Metaphysical Poets_, mentions the, iv. 38;
Milton, lines on, ii. 336; v. 86;
Johnson's translation, _ib., n_. 1;
_Ode on St. Cecilia's Day_, iii. 38;
paid about sixpence a verse for 10,000 verses, i. 193, n. 1;
pleasing a man against his will, on, iii. 69, n. 4;
poets and monarchs, lines on, ii. 223;
Pope, distinguished from, ii. 5, 85;
predestination, puzzled about, iii. 347;
prefaces, his, ii. 444, n. 1; iv. 114, n. 1;
_Prologue to the Tempest_, quoted, i. 361;
prologues, his, ii. 325;
rhyming tragedies, iv. 42, n. 7;
_Rival Ladies_, quoted, iii. 296, n. 1;
Royal Society, lines on the, ii. 241;
Settle, Elkanah, rivalry with, iii. 76;
Shakespeare, admiration of, ii. 86, n. 1;
_She Stoops to Conquer_, its title taken from him, ii. 205. n. 4;
'shorn of his beams,' iii. 363, n. 1;
style, distinguished by his, iii. 280;
traded in corruption, i. 189, n. 1;
Virgil, translation of, iii. 193;
Will's Coffee-house, at, iii. 71;
Zimri, character of, ii. 85.
Du Bos, ii. 90.
DUCK, epitaph on a, i. 40.
DUCKET, George, i. 294, n. 9.
DUCKING-STOOL, iii. 287.
DUDLEY, Lord, v. 457.
DUDLEY, Sir Henry, (_alias_ Rev. Henry Bate), iv. 296, n. 3.
DUEL, trial by, v. 24.
DUELLING,
defended by Johnson and Oglethorpe, ii. 179;
by Johnson as being as lawful as war, ii. 226;
as self-defence, iv. 211;
his serious opinion not given, ib., n. 4;
could not explain its rationality, v. 230;
Thomas, Colonel, killed in one, iv. 211, n. 4;
_Tom Jones_, the lieutenant in, ii. 180.
DUFFERIN, fifth Earl of, i. 358, n. 2.
DUGDALE, William, Sunday work in harvest, iii. 313, n. 3.
DU HALDE, _Description of China_, i. 136, 157; ii. 55; iv. 30.
DUKE, Richard, iv. 36, n. 4.
DUKE, an English one nothing, i. 409;
weighed against a genius, i. 442.
DULL, fellow, a, ii. 126;
magistrate, iv. 312.
_Dum vivimus, vivamus_, v. 271.
DUN, Rev. Mr., v. 381.
DUNBAR, Dr., Johnson introduces him to Boswell, iii. 436;
described by Mackintosh and Colman, ib., n. 1; v. 92.
DUNCAN, Dr., ii. 354, n. 2.
DUNCES, ii. 84.
DUNCOMBE, William, iii. 314.
DUNDAS, Lord President, ii. 50, n. 4, 302, n. 2; iii. 213.
DUNDAS, Henry (Viscount Melville),
account of him, ii. 160, n. 1;
Boswell's malice against him, iii. 213, n. 1;
George III, and a baronetcy for an apothecary, ii. 354, n. 2;
government of India bill, iv. 213, n. 1;
Knight, the negro, case of, iii. 213;
Literary Property Case, i. 266;
Palmer and Muir's case, iv. 125, n. 2;
Robertson, a jaunt with, iii. 335, n. 1;
Scotch accent, his, ii. 160; iii. 213;
serfdom in Scotland, on, iii. 202, n. 1;
mentioned, ii. 191, n. 2.
DUNDEE, John, Viscount of, v. 58, n. 1.
'DUNGEON OF WIT,' v. 342.
DUNKIRK, iii. 326.
DUNMORE, fourth Earl of, v. 142, n. 2.
DUNNING, John (first Lord Ashburton),
business, his way of getting through, iii. 128, n. 5;
Devonshire accent, ii. 159;
'great lawyer, the,' iii. 128;
influence of the Crown, motion on the, iv. 220, n. 5;
Johnson, willing to listen to, iii. 240;
_Letter to Mr. Dunning on the English Particle_, iii. 254;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479;
elected, iii. 128;
Loughborough, Lord, afraid of him, iii. 240, n. 3;
Reynolds's dinner parties, describes, iii. 375, n. 2;
Somerset's case, in, iii. 87, n. 3;
mentioned, i. 437, n. 2.
DUNSINNAN, Lord. See NAIRNE, William.
DUNSTABLE, v. 428.
_Dunton's Life and Errors_, iv. 200.
_Dupin's History of the Church_, iv. 311.
DUPPA, Bishop, _Holy Rules_, iv. 402, n. 2.
DUPPA, R.,
edits Johnson's _Journey into North Wales_, ii. 285, n. 2; v. 427, n. 1.
_Durandi Rationale Officiorum Divinorum_, ii. 397, n. 2; v. 459.
_Durandi Sanctuarium_, ii. 397.
_Durham on the Galatians_. v. 383.
DURHAM (City), iii. 297, n. 2, 457; v. 56, n. 2.
DURHAM (County), Militia Bill of 1756, i. 307, n. 4.
DURY, Lieutenant-Colonel, i. 338, n. 2.
DURY, Major-General, i. 338, n. 2.
DUTCH. See HOLLAND.
DYER, Sir James, i. 75.
DYER, John, _Fleece, The,_ ii. 453;
S. Dyer's portrait passed off as his, ib., n. 2.
DYER, Samuel, account of him, iv. 11, n. 1;
Hawkins's character, draws, i. 28, n. 1;
Hawkins slanders him, i. 480, n. 1;
Ivy Lane Club, member of the, iv. 436;
Johnson buys his portrait, iv. 11, n. 1;
_Junius,_ suspected to be, iv. 11;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 478, n. 2,479, 480, n. 2; ii. 17;
held in high estimation, iv. 10-11;
mathematician, a, v. 109;
Reynolds's portrait of him, i. 363, n. 3; ii. 453, n. 2.
DYING. See DEATH.

E.

_Eagle and Robin Redbreast,_ i. 117, n. 1.
EARLY HABITS, ii. 366.
EARLY RISING. See under BOSWELL, early rising, and JOHNSON, rising.
EARTHQUAKE, at Lisbon, i. 309, n. 3;
in Staffordshire, iii. 136.
EAST INDIANS, barbarians, iii. 339.
EAST INDIES,
Johnson receives a letter thence, iii. 20, 23;
once thought of going there, iii. 20;
quest of wealth, iii. 400;
Scotch soldiers refuse to go there, v. 142, n. 2.
See INDIA.
EASTER. See under JOHNSON.
EASTER to Whitsuntide, propitious to study, ii. 263.
EASTON MAUDIT, i. 486; iii. 437, 451.
EATING. See under JOHNSON.
ECCLES, Mr., an Irish gentleman, i. 423.
_Ecclesiastes,_ iv. 300, n. 2.
ECCLESIASTICAL CENSURE, iii. 59, 91.
ECONOMY, anxious saving, ii. 131;
art of--, iii. 265, 362;
blundering--, iii. 300.
EDDYSTONE, i. 377.
EDENSOR INN, iii. 208.
EDIAL, i. 97; ii. 143.
_Edinburgh Magazine and Review,_ iii. 334, n. 1.
_Edinburgh Review,
_Campbell's _Diary of a Visit to England,_ ii. 338, n. 2, 343, n. 2;
payment to writers in it, iv. 214, n. 2.
_Edinburgh Review_ of 1755, i. 298, n. 2.
_Edinburgh Royal Society Transactions,_ iv. 25, n. 4.
EDITIONS OF A BOOK, iv. 279.
EDUCATION, by-roads, ii. 407;
'Dick Wormwood' in _The Idler,_ ii. 407, n. 5;
fear, use of, i. 46; v. 99;
influence of it compared with nature, ii. 436;
Johnson attacks and defends the 'common way,' ii. 407, n. 5;
defends popular--, ii. 188; iii. 37;
his plan, iii. 358, n. 2;
Locke's plan, iii. 358;
Mill, J. S., on the new system, ii. 146, n. 4;
Milton's plan, iii. 358;
'wonders' performed by him, ii. 407, n. 5;
perfection attained in it, ii. 407;
_refine,_ not to, in it, iii. 169;
Socrates's plan, iii. 358, n. 2; iv. 444;
what should be taught first? i. 452.
See BOOKS, KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, SCHOOLS,
and SCOTLAND, Education, Learning, and Schools.
EDWARD, Prince, brother of George III, iii. 139, n. 4.
EDWARDS, Rev. Dr., Johnson's letter to him, iii. 367;
editing Xenophon, ib.;
death, ib., n. 1.
EDWARDS, Jonathan, _On Grace_, iii. 290.
EDWARDS, Oliver,
Johnson, meets, iii. 302-7; iv. 90;
sends him _The Rambler_, ib;
tried philosophy, iii. 305.
EDWARDS, Thomas, _Canons of Criticism_, i. 263, n. 3.
EDWIN, the comedian, iv. 381, n. 1.
EEL, iii. 381.
EGLINTOUNE, Alexander, tenth Earl of,
calls Johnson a dancing-bear, ii. 66;
his character, v. 374;
death, iii. 188.
EGLINTOUNE, Archibald, eleventh Earl of, iii. 107, 214, 316; v. 149.
EGLINTOUNE, Countess of,
Johnson visits her, v. 373-5;
is adopted by her, iii. 366; v, 375, 401.
_Epilogues_, i. 277.
EGMONT, second Earl of, iv. 198, n. 3; v. 449, n. 1.
EGOTISM, iv. 323.
EGOTISTS, iii. 171.
EGYPT, iii. 233.
EGYPTIANS, ancient, iv. 125.
_Eighteen Hundred and Eleven_, ii. 408, n. 3.
ELD, Mr., iii. 326.
ELDON, Earl of. See SCOTT, John.
ELECTION, General, of 1768, ii. 60, n. 2;
of 1774, ii. 285;
of 1780, iii. 440;
of 1784, iv. 165, n. 3.
ELECTION-COMMITTEES, iv. 74.
ELECTIONS,
boroughs bought, ii. 153;
by Nabobs, v. 106;
lost by vice, iii. 350;
rascals to be driven out of the county, ii. 167, 340.
_Elegy in a Country Churchyard_. See GRAY.
_Elements of Criticism_. See KAMES.
_Elements of Orthoepy_, iv. 389, n. 6.
_Elfrida_, ii. 335.
ELGIN, Earls of, v. 25, n. 2.
ELIBANK, Patrick, fifth Lord, account of him, v. 386;
Boswell, correspondence with, v. 14, 16, 181, 316;
death, v. 181, n. 2;
epitaph on his wife, iv. 10;
Home, patronises, v. 386;
Johnson's definition of oats, i. 294, n. 8;
and the great, iv. 117;
letter to him, v. 182
meets him in Edinburgh, v. 385-8, 393-4;
visits him, v. 394;
power of arguing, iii. 24;
praises him, iii. 24; v. 182, 385;
society, loves, v. 181-2;
Robertson, patronises, v. 386;
admires the moderation of, v. 393;
talk, nothing conclusive in his, iii. 57;
mentioned, ii. 140, 147, 187, 192, 275; v. 307.
ELIOT, Edward, of Port Eliot, first Lord Eliot, Chesterfield, Lord,
praised by, iv. 334, n. 5;
dines at Sir Joshua's, iv. 78, 332;
Goldsmith, sarcasm on, ii. 265, n. 4;
Harte, Dr., his tutor, iv. 78, 333;
Johnson and the graces, iii. 54;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479; iv. 326;
_latiner_, story of a, iv. 185, n. 1;
_young_ Lord, a, iv. 334.
ELIZA, epigram to. See MRS. CARTER.
ELIZABETH, Madame, ii. 394.
ELIZABETH, Queen, authors of her age, iii. 194, n. 2;
fashion to exalt her reign, i. 354;
had learning enough for a bishop, iv. 13.
ELLENBOROUGH, first Lord, iv. 414, n. 1.
ELLIOCK, Lord, iii. 213.
ELLIOT, Sir Gilbert, third Baronet, ii. 160.
ELLIOT, Sir Gilbert,
fourth Baronet (afterwards first Earl of Minto), ii. 71, n. 1.
ELLIOT, Mr., i. 349.
ELLIOT,--, iii. 352, n. 2.
ELLIS, Sir Henry, i. 260, n. 2; v. 444, n. 2.
ELLIS, 'Jack,' a scrivener, iii. 21.
ELLIS, Welbore, ii. 337; n. 4.
ELLIS, Mr., ii. 116.
ELLSFIELD, i. 273, 289.
ELOCUTION, iv. 206.
ELPHINSTON, James, _Forty Years Correspondence_, ii. 305;
Johnson, letters from: See JOHNSON, letters;
_Martial_, translation of, iii. 258;
manner, his, ii. 171; iii. 379;
mother, loses his, i. 211;
_Rambler_, brings out a Scotch edition of the, i. 210;
translates the mottoes, i. 225;
reading books through, on, ii. 226;
school, his, ii. 171, 226;
mentioned, ii. 30.
ELPHINSTONE, Bishop, v. 91.
ELRINGTON, Bishop, ii. 39, n. 1.
_Elvira_, i. 408.
ELWALL, E., ii. 164, 251.
ELWALLIANS, ii. 164.
ELWIN, Rev. W., Pope's _Universal Prayer_, iii. 346, n. 3.
_Embellishment_, iii. 209.
EMIGRATION, complaints of it, iii. 231;
effects of it on population, iii. 232;
on happiness, v. 27;
caused by oppressive landlords, ib. n. 3;
immersion in barbarism, v. 78. See SCOTLAND, Highlands, emigration.
EMINENT PUBLIC CHARACTER, an, ii. 222.
EMMET, Mrs., ii. 464.
EMPHASIS. See COMMANDMENT.
EMPLOYMENTS, their end is to produce amusement, ii, 234.
EMULATION, i. 46; v. 99.
ENGHIEN, Duke of, ii. 393, n. 7.
ENGLAND, air too pure for slaves to breathe in, iii. 87, n. 3;
Condition (1780), 'difficulty very general,' iii. 420;
(1782) seems to be sinking, iv. 139, n. 4;
(1783) all things as bad as they can be, iv. 173;
dreadful confusion, iv. 249:
times dismal and gloomy, iv. 260, n. 2;
Corsica, treatment of, ii. 71, n. 1;
common people, courage of the, iii. 262, n. 1;
cruelty to black men, ii. 479;
Englishman to a Frenchman, proportion of an, i. 186;
felicity in its inns, ii. 451;
genius and learning little respected, iv. 117, n. 1;
government loan raised at 8 per cent. in 1779, iii. 408, n. 4;
history of it scarcely credible, v. 340;
knowledge of the common people, ii. 170, n. 3;
language injured by foreign words, iii. 343, n. 3;
literature: See LITERATURE;
lost, found by the Scotch, iii. 78;
loyal in general, ii. 370;
poor, provision for the, ii. 130;
reason and soil best cultivated, ii. 125;
Reign of Terror, a kind of, iv. 328, n. 1;
reserve, English, iv. 191, 284;
roads, iii. 135, n. 1; v. 56, n. 2;
slave trade, upholds the, ii. 480;
stature of the people not lessened, ii. 217.
_England's Gazetteer_, iv. 311.
_English Humourists_, i. 199, n, 2.
_English Malady, The_, i. 65; iii. 27, n. 1.
_English Poets, Bell's_, ii. 453, n. 2.
ENGLISH PROSE. See STYLE
_Englishman in Paris_, ii. 395, n. 2.
ENTAILS, advantage of them, ii. 428;
Barony of Auchinleck, ii. 413-423;
Johnson's letters on it, ii. 415-423;
limits should be set, ii. 428-9;
nobles must be kept from poverty, ii. 421, n. 1; v. 101.
ENTHUSIASM, of curiosity, iii. 7;
in farming, v. 111.
ENTHUSIAST, by rule, iv. 33.
_Enucleated_, iii. 346.
ENVY, all men naturally envious, iii. 271.
EPICHARMUS, ii. 107, n. 1.
EPICTETUS, v. 279.
EPICUREAN in _Lucian_, iii. 10.
EPIGRAM, judge of an, iii. 259.
EPISCOPACY, iii. 371; iv. 277. See BISHOPS and HIERARCHY.
_Epistle of St. Basil_, iv. 20.
EPITAPHS addressed to the passersby, iv. 85, n. 1; v. 367, n. 1;
Latin for learned men, iii. 84, n. 2; v. 154, 366;
man killed by a fall, on a, iv. 212;
mixed languages or styles, iv. 444;
the writer not upon oath, ii. 407; iii. 387, n. 5; iv. 443.
_Epitaphs, Essay on_, i. 148, 335; iv. 85, n. 1; v. 367, n. 1.
_Epocha_, iii. 128.
EPSOM, iii. 453.
EQUALITY OF MANKIND, would turn men into brutes, ii. 219;
none happy in it, iii. 26;
mercy abolished by it, iii. 204, n. 1;
natural, ii. 13; n. 1, 479; iii. 202.
See SUBORDINATION.
_Equitation_, v. 131.
ERASMUS, _Adagiorum Chiliades_, iv. 379, n. 2;
_battologia_, v. 444;
_Ciceronianus_, iv. 353;
Dutch epitaph on him would be offensive, iii. 84, n. 2;
epigram on him, v. 430;
_Letter to the Nuns_, v. 446;
_Militis Christiani Enchiridion, iii. 190, n. 3;
_Manita Paedagogica_, quoted, i. 418, n. 2.
ERROL, Earls of, their property, v. 101, n. 4, 106, n. 1.
ERROL, thirteenth Earl of, account of him, v. 103;
says grace with decency and sees the hand of Providence, v. 104;
his drinking, iii. 170, n. 2, 329; v. 104;
educates a surgeon, v. 101;
portrait by Reynolds, v. 102.
ERROL, Lady, v. 98-9, 105, 130.
ERROR, taking delight in, iv. 204.
ERSE. See IRELAND and SCOTLAND, Highlands, Erse.
ERSKINE, Hon. Andrew,
_Correspondence with James Boswell, Esq., i. 383, n. 3; iii. 150, n. 4;
_Critical Strictures_, i. 408;
poet and critick, iii. 150.
ERSKINE, Lady Anne, v. 387.
ERSKINE, Hon. Archibald, v. 387.
ERSKINE, Sir Harry, i. 386.
ERSKINE, Hon. Henry, v. 39, n. 4.
ERSKINE, Hon. Thomas (afterwards Lord Erskine),
account of him, ii. 173, n. 1;
Johnson, meets, ii. 173-177;
Richardson tedious, finds, ii. 174;
sermons, preached two, ii. 176.
ERSKINE, Rev. Dr., v. 391.
ESAU'S BIRTHRIGHT, i. 255.
_Esdras_, ii. 189, n. 3.
ESQUIMAUX, ii. 247.
ESQUIRE, title of, i. 34; ii. 332, n. 1.
_Essay on Account of the Conduct of the Duchess of Marlborough_, i. 153.
_Essay on Architecture_, i. 306.
_Essay on Death_, ii. 107, n. 1.
_Essay of Dramatick Poesie_, i. 197, n. 2.
_Essay on Epitaphs. See_ EPITAPHS.
_Essay on Milton's Use and Imitation of the Moderns in his Paradise
Lost_, i, 230.
_Essay on the Future Life of Brutes_, ii. 54, n. 1.
_Essay on the Origin of Evil. See_ KING, Archbishop.
_Essay on Truth. See_ BEATTIE, Dr.
_Essay on Wit, Humour, and Ridicule_, iv. 105, n. 4.
_Essays on the History of Mankind_, iii. 436, n. 1.
_Essays on Husbandry_, iv. 78, n. 3.
ESSEX, Club in one of the towns, i. 215;
militia, i. 307, n. 4.
ESSEX, Arthur Capel, first Earl of, v. 403, n. 2.
ESSEX, Robert Devereux, second Earl of,
advice about travelling, i. 431;
_Queen Elizabeth's Champion_, written in his honour, v. 241.
ESTATE, residence on it a duty, iii. 177, 249;
settling, supposed obligation in, ii. 432;
succession in ancient estates, ii. 261;
in those got by trade, ib.
ESTE, House of, i. 383.
ETERNAL PUNISHMENT, iii. 200.
ETERNITY, v. 154.
ETHICS, ii. 408, n. 3.
ETNA, strata of lava, ii. 468, n. 1.
ETON COLLEGE, Boswell places his son there, iii. 12;
dines with the Fellows, v. 15, n. 5;
boys cowed there, iii. 12, n. 1;
line attributed to a boy, iii. 304;
Macdonald, Sir James, a pupil, i. 449, n. 2; iv. 82, n. 1;
Porson on Eton boys, i. 224, n. 1;
Walpole, Horace, revisits it, iv. 127, n. 1;
mentioned, i. 411; iv. 315; v. 97.
_Etymologicon Lingua; Anglicanae_, i. 186, n. 2.
_Etymologicum Anglicanum_, i. 186, n. 2.
ETYMOLOGIES. _See Dictionary_.
EUGENE, Prince, ii. 180.
_Eugenio,_ i. 122; ii. 240.
EUMELIAN CLUB, iv. 394.
EUPHRANOR, iv. 104, n. 2.
EUPOLIS, iii. 267, n. 4.
EURIPIDES, Agamemnon in _Hecuba_, v. 79;
armorial bearings, ii. 179;
'every verse a precept, ii. 86, n. 1;
fragments, iv. 181, n. 3;
Barnes's edition, ib.;
Johnson reads him, i. 70, 72; iv. 311;
Markland's edition, iv. 161, n. 3;
quoted, i. 277;
mentioned, iv. 2.
_European Magazine,_ i. 361, n. 2.
EUTROPIUS, ii. 237.
_Evangelical History Harmonized,_ iv. 381, n. 1.
EVANS, Dr., epigram on Marlborough, ii. 451.
EVANS, Evan, addicted to strong drink, v. 443.
EVANS, John, i. 36, n. 2.
EVANS, Lewis, _Map, &c., of the Middle Colonies_, i. 309.
EVANS, Thomas, bookseller, ii. 209.
EVANS, Mr., iii. 422.
_Evelina. See_ Miss BURNEY.
_Evening Post,_ iv. 140, n. 1.
EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT, iv. 299.
_Every island is a prison_, iii. 269; v. 256.
EVIL, origin of, v. 117, 366.
EVIL SPIRIT, personality of the, v. 36, n. 3.
EVIL SPIRITS, their agency, v. 45.
EXAGGERATION, causes of it, iii. 136;
checked by arithmetic, iv. 171, n. 3;
instances of it--depths of places filled up, v. 292;
earthquake at Lisbon, i. 309, n. 3;
editions of _Thomas a Kempis_, iii. 226, n. 4;
opera girls in France, iv. 171.
_Examen of Pope's Essay on Man_, i. 137.
_Examiner, The_ (1873), iv. 202, n. 1.
EXCELLENCE, how acquired, iv. 184, n. 1.
EXCISE, Commissioners of, i. 294, n. 9.
EXCISE, defined, i. 294;
origin of Johnson's violence against it, i. 36, n. 5.
_Excursion, The,_ ii. 26.
EXECUTIONS, account of the capital convictions in 1783-5,
iv. 328, n. 1, 329, n. 2, 359, n. 2;
Boswell's love of seeing them: See under BOSWELL;
condemnation sermon at Oxford, i. 273;
capital punishment, cruel instance of, i. 147, n. 1;
Newgate, removed to, iv. 188;
_Rambler_, mentioned in the, iv. 188, n. 3;
Tyburn, procession to, iv. 188-9.
EXECUTORS, v. 106.
EXERCISE, defined, iv. 151, n. 1;
relief for melancholy, i. 64, 446;
renders death easy, iv. 150, n. 2.
EXETER, City and County, i. 36, n. 4;
freedom given to Chief Justice Pratt, ii. 353, n. 2;
George III visits it, iv. 165, n. 3;
mentioned, iii. 457; iv. 77.
EXETER, Dr. Ross, Bishop of, iv. 273.
EXHIBITION. See ROYAL ACADEMY.
EXISTENCE, complaints of existence being imposed on man, iii. 53;
terms on which it is offered, iii. 58. See LIFE.
EXPECTATIONS, i. 337, n. 1; iv. 234, n. 2.
EXPENDITURE. See ECONOMY.
EXPERIENCE, great test of truth, i. 454.
_Explanatory Notes on Paradise Lost_, i. 128, n. 2.
EXTRAORDINARY CHARACTERS, ii. 450.

F.

_Fable of the Bees_, iii. 291, n. 4, 292, ns. 1, 2, and 3.
_Fable of the Glow-worm,_ ii. 232.
FACTION, iv. 200.
FACTS, mingled with fiction, iv. 187.
_Faculty, The_, iii. 285, n. 2.
FAIRIES, iv. 17.
FADEN, W., i. 330, n. 3; iv. 440.
FAIRFAX, Edward, iv. 36, n. 4.
FAIRLIE, Mr., v. 380.
FAITH, merit in, iv. 123.
FALCONER, Rev. Mr., iii. 371.
FALCONER, Alexander, v. 103.
FALKLAND, Lord, iv. 428, n. 2.
_Falkland's Islands, Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting_,
account of it, ii. 134;
Johnson's estimate of it, ii. 147;
'softened' in later copies, ii. 135;
sale delayed by Lord North, ii. 136;
mentioned, i. 373, n. 2; ii. 312; iii. 19, n. 2.
FALMOUTH, Viscount, iii. 331.
_False Alarm_, account of it, ii. 111;
answers to it, ii. 112;
election committees described, iv. 74, n. 3;
Johnson's estimate of it, ii. 147;
petitions described, ii. 90, n. 5;
rapidly written, i. 71, n. 3, 373, n. 2;
Wilkes, answer attributed to, iv. 30;
Wilkes attacked, iii. 64, n. 2; iv. 104.
FALSE CRIES, transmitted from book to book, iii. 55.
_False Delicacy_, ii. 48.
FALSEHOOD, due mostly to carelessness, iii. 228, 229, n. 1;
prevalence of it, iii. 229.
FALSTAFF, Beauclerk adopts his 'humorous phrase,' i. 250;
'I deny your Major,' iv. 316;
proved no coward, iv. 192, n. 1;
mentioned, i. 506.
FAME, general desire for it, iii. 263;
literary, hard to get, ii. 358;
a shuttlecock, v. 400;
solicitude about it, i. 451.
FAMILIES, Great, chaplains and state servants, ii. 96;
continuance of them, ii. 421;
desire to propagate the name, ii. 469;
estate, living on the, iii. 177, 249;
founding one, ii. 429;
household, number in the, iii. 316;
preference shown them, ii. 153;
ruined by extravagance, ii. 428.
See under BOSWELL and JOHNSON, Birth.
FAMILY, affected by commerce, ii. 177.
FANCIES, apprehensions, fanciful, i. 470; iii. 4.
See_ BOSWELL, Fancies.
FANCY, compared with reason, ii. 277.
_Fantoccini_, i. 414.
FARMER, Dr., Colman, criticised by, iv. 18;
_Essay on the Learning of Shakspeare_, iii. 38;
Johnson praises it, ib., n. 6;
letters to him, i. 368; ii. 114; iii. 427;
Percy, in his _Ancient Ballads_, helps, iii. 276, n. 2;
Steevens, friendship with, iii. 281, n. 3;
_Tristram Shandy_, despises, ii. 449, n. 3;
mentioned, iv. 141.
FARMERS, worthless fellows, often, iii. 353;
described by Wesley, ib., n. 5.
FARQUHAR, George, Johnson's opinion of his writings, iv. 7.
_See Beaux Stratagem_.
_Fashionable Lover_, v. 176.
FASTING, examined medically, ii. 476-7;
justified, ii. 352, n. 2;
peevishness caused by it, ii. 435:
See JOHNSON, fasting.
FAT MEN, iv. 213.
FATE. See FREE WILL.
FATHER, control over his daughters in marriage, iii. 377;
not bound to tell of his children's faults, iii. 18.
_Father's Revenge, The_, iv. 246.
FAULDER, a bookseller, iv. 387, n. 1.
FAULKNER, G., Chesterfield's account of him, v. 44, n. 2;
Ireland drained by England, v. 44;
mimicked by Foote, ii. 154; v. 130;
mentioned, i. 321.
FAWKENER, Sir Everard, i. 181, n. 1.
FAWKES, Rev. Francis, i. 382.
FAVOUR, granting a, ii. 167.
FAVOURITE defined, i. 295, n. 1.
FEAR, Charles V's saying, ii. 81;
nothing left to fear when a man is bent on killing himself, ii. 229.
See COURAGE.
FEELING FOR OTHERS. See SYMPATHY.
_Felixmarte of Hircania_, i. 49.
FELL, John, _Demoniacs_, v. 36, n. 3.
_Fellow_, ii. 362.
FENCING, v. 66.
FENELON, Archbishop, v. 175, n. 5, 311.
FENTON, Elijah, his advice to Gay, v. 60, n. 4;
Mariamne, i. 102, n. 2;
non-juror, a, ii. 321, n. 4.
FERGUSON, James, the self-taught philosopher, ii. 99; v. 149.
FERGUSON, James, a Scotch advocate, iii. 213, 214, n. 1.
FERGUSSON, Dr. Adam, account of him, v. 42;
mentioned, ii. 53, n. 1; v. 45.
FERGUSSON, Sir Adam, ii. 169.
FERMOR, Arabella, ii. 392, n. 8.
FERMOR, Mrs., the Abbess, ii. 392.
FERNE, Mr., v. 123-5.
FERNEY, i. 434; v. 14.
FERNS, Burke's pun on, iv. 73.
_Festivals and Fasts_, ii. 458.
FEUDAL ANTIQUITIES, ii. 202; iii. 414.
'FEUDAL GABBLE,' ii. 134, n. 4.
FEUDAL SYSTEM,
Boswell for, and Johnson against it, ii. 177-8; v. 106;
Johnson has the old feudal notions, iii. 177;
male succession, origin of, ii. 417, 419;
ridiculed by Smollett, v. 106, n. 3.
FICTION, small amount of real, iv. 236.
FIDDLERS, ii. 191.
FIDDLING, dangerous fascination, iii. 242;
little thing, but not disgraceful, iii. 242;
power of art shown in it, ii. 226.
FIELDING, Henry, alms-giving, on, ii. 119, n. 4, 212, n. 2;
_Amelia_, dedicated to Ralph Allen, v. 80, n. 5;
Johnson reads it at a sitting, iii. 43:
complains of the heroine's broken nose, ib., n. 2;
Richardson could not read it, ii. 174, n. 1;
'sad stuff,' iii. 43, n. 2;
sale rapid, ib.;
description of a _buck_, v. 184, n. 3;
Westminster Round-house, i. 249, n. 2;
attacks on authors, on, v. 275, n. 1;
blockhead, a, ii. 173;
barren rascal, a, ii. 174;
Burney, Miss, admired by, ii. 174, n. 2;
_Champion, The_, i. 169, n. 2;
died at Lisbon, iv. 260;
foreigners, not understood by, ii. 49, n. 2;
Gibbon's tribute to him, ii. 175, n. 2;
hospitals, on, iii. 53, n. 5;
Johnson praises him, ii. 173, n. 2:
See above, _Amelia_, blockhead, and below, _Tom Jones;
_Jonathan Wild_, compared with St. Austin, iv. 291;
Hockley in the Hole, iii. 134, n. 1;
_Joseph Andrews_, never read by Johnson, ii. 174;
Parson Adams, the original of, iii. 426, n. 1;
_Cato_ and _The Conscious Lovers_, praised by Adams, i. 491, n. 3;
Richardson, compared with, ii. 48, 174, ib., n. 2;
Richardson's description of his heroes, ii. 49;
of Fielding, ii. 174;
of _Tom Jones_, ii. 175, n. 2;
Robinhood Society described, iv. 92, n. 5;
_Tom Jones_, Boswell praises it, ii. 175;
Johnson despises it, ii. 174;
More, Hannah, read by, ii. 174, n. 2;
price paid for it, i. 287, n. 3;
Allen the original of Allworthy, v. 80, n. 5;
charity to the poor, ii. 212, n. 2;
duelling, ii. 180, n. 1;
Garrick and Partridge, v. 38;
ghosts never speak first, v. 73, n. 3;
soldiers, quartering of, iii. 9, n. 4;
Squire Western on marriage, ii. 329, n. 2;
transpire, iii. 343, n. 2;
_Voyage to Lisbon_, i. 269, n. 1;
Ward, the quack-doctor, praises, iii. 389, n. 5;
Welch, Saunders, succeeded by, iii. 216;
Westminster Justice, salary as a, iii. 217, n. 2.
FIELDING, Sir John, Boswell applies to him, i. 422;
his house pulled down in the Gordon Riots, iii. 428.
FIELDING, Miss, compared with her brother, ii. 49, n. 2.
FIELDING, ----, a bookseller, iv. 421, n. 2.
FIFE, Earl, v. 109.
FIGHTING-COCK, ii. 334.
FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONS, in prayers, iv. 294.
FILBY, John, ii. 83.
FINE AND RECOVERY, ii. 429, n. 1.
FINE CLOTHES, iv. 179; v. 364.
FINES, iii. 323.
_Fingal_. See MACPHERSON, James.
_Finnick Dictionary_, i. 276, 278-9.
FIRE, going round the, i. 60, n. 4;
superstitious tricks to make it burn, iii. 404.
FIREBRACE, Lady, i. 136.
FIRST CAUSE, iii. 316.
FISHER, Dr., ii. 268, n. 2, 445, n. 1.
FISHER, Kitty, v. 185, n. 1.
FISHMONGER, story of a, iii. 381.
FITZ-ADAM, Adam (Edward Moore), i. 257, n. 3.
FITZHERBERT, Alleyne (Lord St. Helen's), i. 82.
FITZHERBERT, Mrs., i. 82-3; iv. 33.
FITZHERBERT, William,
affected man, dealing with an, iii. 149;
Baretti's trial, at, ii. 97, n. 1;
_bon mot_, on carrying a, ii. 350;
character, his, drawn by Johnson, iii. 148;
and by Burke, ib., n. l;
felicity of manner, iii. 386;
Foote's small beer, anecdote of, iii. 69-70;
friend, had no, ii. 228; iii. 149;
hanged himself, ii. 228, n. 3; iii. 149, n. 1, 384, n. 4;
Johnson in Inner Temple-lane, describes, i. 350, n. 3;
defends in parliament, iv. 318, n. 3;
makes a present of wine to, i. 305, n. 2;
parliament, elected to, i. 363;
Townshend's, Charles, jokes, ii. 222;
tragedy, anecdote of a, iii. 239;
mentioned, i. 82; iv. 28, 33.
FITZMAURICE, Thomas, ii. 282, n. 3.
_Fitzosborne's Letters_, iii. 424; iv. 272, n. 4.
FITZPATRICK, Richard, iii. 388, n. 3.
FITZROY, Lord Charles, ii. 467.
FITZWILLIAM, Lord, iv. 367, n. 3.
FLAGEOLET, iii. 242.
FLATMAN, Thomas, iii. 29.
FLATTERY, flattered by him whom every one else flatters, ii. 227;
pleases generally, ii. 364;
stage, on the, ii. 234.
FLEA and a lion, ii. 194;
precedency between a flea and a louse, iv. 193.
_Fleece, The_, ii. 453.
FLEETWOOD, Bishop, v. 294, n. 2.
FLEETWOOD, Charles, patentee of Drury-lane theatre, i. 111, 153.
FLEETWOOD, Everard, iii. 323, n. 3.
FLEMING, Lady, i. 461, n. 5.
FLEXMAN, Rev. Mr., iv. 325.
FLEXNEY, the bookseller, ii. 113, n. 2.
FLINT, Bet, iv. 103.
FLINT, Professor, v. 64.
FLINT,--, v. 430.
FLODDEN FIELD, ii. 413; v. 379.
FLOGGING, less than of old, ii. 407.
See ROD.
FLOOD, Right Hon. Henry,
Johnson's _Debates_, on, i. 321, n. 5, 506; ii. 139;
sepulchral verses on, iv. 424.
FLORENCE, Johnson wishes to visit it, iii. 19
statue of a boar, iii. 231;
wine, iii. 381.
FLOYD, Thomas, i. 457.
FLOYER, Sir John, M.D., advises the 'regal touch,' i. 42;
asthma, book on, iv. 353;
corrupted the register, iv. 267;
_Touchstone of Medicines_, i. 36, n. 3;
_Treatise on Cold Baths_, i. 91.
FLUDYER, Rev. John, ii. 444.
FLYING MAN, iv. 357, n. 3.
FOLIOS, i. 428, n. 1.
FONDNESS, distinguished from kindness, iv. 154.
FONTAINEBLEAU, ii. 385, 394.
FONTANERIUS, Paulus Pelissonius (Pelisson), i. 90, n. 1.
FONTENELLE, 'Fontenellus, ni falior,' &c., ii. 125, n, 5;
Memoires, iii. 247;
Newton, on, ii. 74, n. 3;
_Panegyrick on Dr. Morin_, i. 150.
FONTENOY, Battle of, i. 355; iii. 8, n. 3.
FOOD, production of, ii. 102.
_Fool, The_, ii. 33.
FOOLS, Latin needful to a fool's completeness, i. 73, n. 3;
'let us be grave, here comes a fool,' i. 4;
spaniel and mule fools, v. 226.
FOOTE, Samuel, Baretti's trial, ii. 94;
Bedlam, visits, ii. 374;
'black broth,' ii. 215;
Burke, compared with, iv. 276;
Chesterfield, satire on, iv. 333;
conversation between wit and buffoonery, ii. 155;
_Cozeners, The_, iv. 333, n. 3;
death, fear of, ii. 106;
death, his, iii. 185, n. 1, 387, n. 4, 453;
Edinburgh, at, ii. 95, n. 2;
_Englishman in Paris_, ii. 395, n. 2;
'Foote, _quatenus_ Foote superior to all,' iii. 185
_Footeana_, iii. 185, n. 1;
Garrick's bust, iv. 224;
and the ghost of a halfpenny, iii. 264;
compared with, iii. 69, 183; v. 391;
George III at the Haymarket, iv. 13, n. 3;
Haymarket theatre, gets a patent for, iii. 97, n. 2;
'Hesiod' Cooke introduces him, v. 37;
humour not comedy but farce, ii. 95;
impartiality in lying, ii. 434;
incompressible, v. 391;
infidel, an, ii. 95;
Johnson and the French players, ii. 404;
intended to exhibit, ii. 95, 155, n. 2, 299;
in Paris, ii. 398, 403;
pleased against his will, iii. 69;
regret for his death, iii. 185, n. 1, 374, n. 4;
witticism, fathered on him, ii. 410, n. 1;
knowledge and reading, his, iii. 69;
Law-Lord, on a dull, iv. 178;
leg, loses a, ii. 95, n. 1, 155, n. 1; iii. 97, n. 2;
_depeditation_, v. 130;
_Life_ of him, by W. Cooke, iv. 437;
Macdonald, Sir A., should ridicule, v. 277;
making fools of his company, ii. 98;
mimic, not a good, ii. 154; iii. 69;
'Monboddo, an Elzevir Johnson,' ii. 189 n. 2; v. 74, n. 3;
Murphy and _The Rambler_, i. 356;
Murphy's account of a dinner at his house, i. 504;
_Nabob, The_, iii. 23, n. 1;
_Orators, The_, ii. 154, n. 3; v. 130, n. 2;
patent, sells his, iii. 97;
_Piety in Pattens_, ii. 48, n. 2;
rising in the world, ii. 155, n. 2;
small-beer and the black boy, iii. 70;
stories, his, dismissed from the mind, ii. 433, n. 2;
Townshend, Charles, surpassed by, ii. 222, n. 3;
wit of escape, has the, iii. 69;
wit under no restraint, iii. 69;
Worcester College, Oxford, at, ii. 95, n. 2;
wicked pleasure in circulating an anecdote, i. 453.
FOPPERY never cured, ii. 128.
FORBES, Bishop, v. 252.
FORBES, Rev. Mr., v. 75.
FORBES, Sir William, and Co., v. 253.
FORBES, Sir William, of Pitsligo, sixth Baronet,
_Beattie, Life of_, v. 25, n. 1, 273, n. 4;
Boswell's eulogium on him, v. 24, 413, n. 3;
executor, iii. 301, n. 1;
children, guardian to, iii. 400, n. 1;
journals, reads, iii. 208; v. 413;
letter to, v. 413;
Carre's _Sermons_, edits, v. 28;
Errol, Lord, account of, v. 103, n. 1;
honest lawyers, on the duty of, v. 26-7, 72;
Johnson at Garrick's funeral, iii. 371, n. 1;
_Round Robin_, account of the, iii. 82-5;
Scott's tribute to him, v. 25, n. 1;
mentioned, iii. 41, 42, 221; v. 32, 44, 46, 393.
FORBES, Sir William, seventh baronet, v. 253, n. 3.
FORD, Cornelius (Johnson's uncle), i. 49.
FORD, Rev. Cornelius (Johnson's cousin),
Hogarth's 'Parson Ford,' i. 49; iii. 348;
Johnson's account of him, ib.;
his ghost, iii. 349.
FORD, Dr. Joseph, i. 49, n. 3.
FORD FAMILY, i. 34; pedigree, i. 49, n. 3.
FORDYCE, Dr. George, member of the Literary Club, i. 479; ii. 274, 318;
iii. 230, n. 5; iv. 326;
anecdote of his drinking, ii. 274, n. 6.
FORDYCE, Rev. Dr. James, i. 396; iv. 411.
_Foreign History in Gent. Mag_. i. 154.
FOREIGNER, an eminent, iv. 14.
FOREIGNERS, 'are fools,' i. 82, n. 3; iv. 15;
writing a book in England, ii. 221;
attaching themselves to a party, ib.:
see JOHNSON, Foreigners.
_Forenoon_, changed into _morning_, ii. 283, n. 3.
FORGETFULNESS, iv. 126.
_Form_, iv. 321.
_Former, the, the latter_, iv. 190.
FORMOSA, iii. 443; v. 209.
_Formosa, Historical and Geographical Description of_, iii. 444.
FORMS, tenacity of, iv. 104.
_Formular_, ii. 234.
FORNICATION, heinous sin, not a, ii. 172;
misery caused by it, i. 457;
penance for it, v. 208;
probationer, cause of a, ii. 171;
a sectary guilty of it, ii. 472;
should be punished by law, iii. 17, 407.
FORRESTER, Colonel, iii. 22.
FORSTER, George, _Voyage to the South Sea_, iii. 180.
FORSTER, John, Bickerstaff, I., ii. 82, n. 3;
Boswell's stories, on variations of, i. 445, n. 1;
Bute's pensioners, i. 373, n. 1;
Churchill's _Rosciad_, i. 419, n. 5;
Davies and 'Goldy,' ii. 258, n. 2;
_Drelincourt on Death_, ii. 163, n. 4;
George III's pensioners, ii. 112, n. 3;
Goldsmith's assault on Evans, ii. 209, n. 2;
_Good-Natured Man_, ii. 48, n. 2;
quarrel with Johnson, ii. 253, n. 4,
_She Stoops to Conquer_, and the Royal Marriage Act, ii. 224, n. 1;
its production on the stage, ii. 208, n. 5;
its title, ii. 205, n. 4;
and Sterne, ii. 173, n. 2;
_Traveller_, the first line in, iii. 253, n. 1;
inaccuracy about 'Hesiod' Cooke, v. 37, n. 1;
Johnson's letter to Goldsmith, ii. 235, n. 2;
and the Prince of Wales, iv. 270, n. 2;
Moore, Edward, mistakes for Dr. John Moore, iii. 424, n. 1;
taste, changes in public, iii. 192, n. 2.
_Fort_, a pun on it, ii. 241, n. 3.
FORTITUDE, iv. 374, n. 5.
_Fortune, a Rhapsody_, i. 124.
FORTUNE, wasting a, iii. 317.
FORTUNE-HUNTERS, ii. 131.
FORWARDNESS, ii. 449.
FOSSANE, ii. 400, n. 2.
_Fossilist_, ii. 304, n. 1; v. 408, n. 1.
FOSTER, Dr. James, iv. 9.
FOSTER, John, head-master of Eton, iv. 8, n. 3.
FOSTER, Mrs., i. 227.
See MILTON, granddaughter.
FOTHERGILL, Rev. Dr. ii. 331, 333.
FOULIS, Sir James, v. 150, 242.
FOULIS, Messrs., Glasgow booksellers, ii. 380;
'Elzevirs of Glasgow,' v. 370.
_Foundling Hospital for Wit_, iv. 289, n. 1.
_Fountains, The_, ii. 26, 232.
FOWKE, Mr., iii. 71, n. 5; iv. 34, n. 5.
FOWLER, Mr., ii. 63.
FOX, Charles James, Boswell on the India Bill, iv. 258, n. 2;
Burnet's style, ii. 213, n. 2;
Charles II, descended from, iv. 292, n. 2;
'commenced patriot,' iv. 87, n. 2;
Covent Garden mob, iv. 279, n. 2;
described by Lord Holland, Gibbon, Mackintosh,
and Rogers, iv. 167, n. 1;
Walpole and Hannah More, iv. 292, n. 3;
Fitzpatrick's 'sworn brother,' iii. 388, n. 3;
George III's competitor, iv. 279;
divides the kingdom with Caesar, 292;
George III his own minister, i. 424, n. 1;
Goldsmith's _Traveller_, praises, iii. 252, 261;
Homer, reads, iv. 218, n. 3;
India Bill, i. 311, n. 1; iii. 224, n. 1; iv. 258, n. 2;
Johnson's epitaph, iv. 443;
'friend,' iv. 292;
for the King against Fox, but for Fox against Pitt, iv. 292;
in parliament, defends, iv. 318, n. 3;
presence, silent in, iii. 267; iv. 166;
thinks highly of his abilities, iii. 267;
accounts for his silence in company, iv. 167;
Kirkwall, returned for, iv. 266, n. 2;
Libel Bill, iii. 16, n. 1;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 479, 481, n. 3; ii. 274,
318; iii. 128, n. 4;
Lyttelton, second Lord, character of the, iv. 298, n. 3;
Palmer and Muir's case, iv. 125, n. 2;
Pitt's pertness, iv. 297, n. 2;
poetry _truth_, not history, ii. 366, n. 1;
Reynolds too much under him, iii. 261;
Sandwich's, Lord, removal, motion for, iii. 383, n. 3;
subscription to the Articles, ii. 150, n. 7;
_Sydney Biddulph_, praises, i. 390, n. 1;
Treasury, dismissal from the, ii. 274, n. 7;
Westminster election, iv. 266, 292, n. 3.
FOX, Henry. See HOLLAND, First Lord.
FOX, Lady Susan, ii. 328, n. 3.

FOX, Mrs., iv. 279, n. 2.
FOX-(Faux, or Vaux) HALL, iv. 26, n. 1.
FOX-HUNTING, i. 446, n. 1.
FRA PAOLO. See SARPI.
FRANCE AND THE FRENCH,
Academy takes forty years to compile their _Dictionary_,
i. 186, 301, n. 2;
sends Johnson a copy, i. 298;
on the resistance of the air, v. 253;
affectation of philosophy and free-thinking, iii. 388, n. 3;
Americans, assistance to the, iv. 21;
_Ana_, their, v. 311;
anglomania, ii. 126;
Assembly, iv. 434;
authors and their pensions, i. 372, n. 1;
authors superficial, i. 454;
commercial policy, masters of the world in, iii. 232, n. 1;
commercial treaty, v. 232, n. 1;
contented race, v. 106, n. 4;
cookery, ii. 385, 403;
Corsica, government of, ii. 71, n. 1;
credulity, v. 330;
crossroads, ii. 391;
difference between English and French, iv. 14;
England, contrasted with, i. 227, n. 4;
English language injured by Gallicisms, iii. 343;
'fluency and ignorance,' iv. 15, n. 4;
invasion feared, iii. 326, 360, n. 3, 365, n. 4;
'French maxims abolish mercy,' iii. 204, n. 1.
Garrick's account of their sameness, iv. 15, n. 3;
gay people, not a, ii. 402, n. 1;
great people live magnificently, ii. 402;
houses gloomy, ii. 388, n. 2;
hunting, v. 253;
Irish, contrasted with the, ii. 402, n. 1;
Jersey, attack on, v. 142, n. 2;
Johnson's tour, ii. 384-404;
_Journal_, ii. 389-401;
account given by him to Boswell, 401;
made more satisfied with England, iii. 352;
saw little of French society, ii. 385, 401, 403, n. 4;
Lewis XIV, under, ii. 170;
literati, v. 229;
literature, art of accommodating, v, 310;
book on every subject, iv. 237;
high in every department, ii. 125;
little original, v. 311;
not so general as in England, iii. 254;
in its second spring, ib.;
literary society described by Gibbon and Walpole, iii. 254, n. 1;
magistrates and soldiers, ii. 391, 395;
manners
indelicate, ii. 403;
gross, iii. 352;
habit of spitting, ii. 403; iii. 352; iv. 237;
meals gross, ii. 389;
meat, fit for a gaol, ii. 402, 403;
described by Smollett as good, ii. 402, n. 2;
by Goldsmith as bad, ib.;
men know no more than the women, iii. 253;
middle rank, no, ii. 394, 402;
military character respected, iii. 10;
mode of life not pleasant, ii. 388;
national petulance, ii. 126;
novels, ii. 125;
opera girls, iv. 171;
Paris: See PARIS; peace of 1762, i. 382, n. 1;
of 1782-3, iv. 282, n. 1;
people, misery of the, ii. 402;
philosophy, pursuit of, iii. 305, n. 2;
players, ii. 404;
politeness, iv. 237;
poor laws, no, ii. 390;
prisoners in England, i. 353;
private life unaffected by despotic power, ii. 170;
privileges little abused, v. 106, n. 4;
Provence, gaiety of, ii. 402, n. 1;
Scotland, compared with, ii. 403;
sentiments, ii. 385, n. 5;
soldiers and a woman, story of some, ii,
391;
stage, delicacy of the, ii. 50, n. 3;
subordination, happy in, v. 106;
talking, must be always, iv, 15;
tavern life in no perfection, ii. 451;
torture, use of, i. 467, n. 1;
treatment of Indians, i. 308, n. 2;
trees along a road, ii. 395;
words, use big, i. 471:
See under ROUSSEAU, SMOLLETT, MRS. THRALE, H. WALPOLE.
FRANCE, Queen of, flattered, iii. 322.
FRANCIS, Rev. Dr. Philip, praises Johnson's _Debates_, i. 504;
translates Horace, iii. 356.
FRANCIS, Sir Philip, censures Burke's style, iii. 187, n. 1.
Francklin, Rev. Dr. Thomas, Johnson, inscribes his _Lucian_ to, iv. 34;
Murphy, attacks, i. 355;
_Rosciad_, in the, iv. 34, n. 1;
_Round Robin_, did not sign the, iii. 83, n. 3.
FRANCK, Johnson's servant. See BARBER.
FRANCK, post office, ii. 266; iv. 361, n. 3.
FRANCKLAND, Sir Thomas, iv. 235, n. 5.
FRANKLIN, Dr. Benjamin, books bought in his youth, iv. 257, n. 2;
books, high price of English, i. 438, n. 2;
Boswell, dines with, ii. 59;
civil liberty compared with liberty of trading, ii. 60, n. 4;
conversion from vegetarianism, iii. 228, n. 1;
England, hypocrisy of, ii. 480;
Georgia, settlement of, i. 127, n. 4;
good that one man can do, iv. 97, n. 3;
Hollis, Thomas, iv. 97, n. 3;
human felicity how produced, i. 433, n. 4;
inoculation, iv. 293, n. 2;
Johnson's pension and W. Strahan, ii. 137, n. 1;
Lee, Arthur, iii. 68, n. 3;
life, wished to repeat his, iv. 302, n. 1;
Loudoun, Lord, v. 372, n. 3;
man, definition of, iii. 245; v. 32, n. 3;
Mansfield's, Lord, house burnt, iii. 429, n. 1;
_Old Man's Wish_, iv. 19, n. 1;
_pamphlets_, iii. 319, n. 1;
Paris Foundling Hospital, ii. 398, n. 5;
population, rule of increase of, ii. 314;
Priestly and Price, iv. 434;
Pringle, Sir John, iii. 65, n. 1;
Quakers of Philadelphia, iv. 212, n. 1;
Ralph, James, i. 169, n. 2;
riots in London in 1768, ii. 60, n. 2; iii. 46, n. 5;
rise of himself and Strahan, ii. 226, n. 2;
Shipley, Bishop, friendship with, iv. 246, n. 4;
Wilcox, the bookseller, i. 102, n. 2;
Strahan, letter to, iii. 364, n. 1;
Whitefield's oratory, ii. 79, n. 4;
'Wilkes and liberty,' ii. 60, n. 2.
FRANKLIN, Thomas, iii. 83. n. 3.
FRASER, Dr., v. 108.
FRASER, General, iii. 2.
FRASER, Mr., of Balnain, v. 133.
FRASER, Mr., the engineer, iii. 326.
FRASER, Mr., of Strichen, v. 107.
FRAUDS, none innocent, ii. 434, n. 2.
FREDERICK, Prince of Wales. See under PRINCE OF WALES.
FREDERICK THE GREAT,
difficulties of his youth, i. 442, n. 1;
dressed plainly, ii. 475;
George II, quarrel with, iv. 107;
Johnson _downs_ Robertson with him, iii. 334-5;
opinion of his poetry, i. 434;
writes his _Memoirs_, i. 308;
Maupertuis, lines to, ii. 54, n. 3;
overawes Hanover, v. 201, n. 4;
power as a despotic prince, ii. 158;
prose and poetry, i. 434-5;
social, i. 442;
taken by the nose, risk of being, ii. 229;
torture, forbade use of, i. 467, n. 1;
Voltaire, contends with, i. 434; v. 103, n. 2.
FREDERICK-WILLIAM the First, i. 308.
FREE AGENT, iv. 123.
FREE WILL,
Boswell introduces discussion, ii. 82, 104; iii. 290;
consults Johnson by letter, iv. 71;
'we know our will is free,' ii. 82; iv. 329;
'all theory against it,' iii. 291;
best for mankind, v. 117.
_Freeholder_, ii. 61, n. 4; 319, n. 1.
FREEPORT, Sir Andrew, ii. 212.
FREIND, Dr., i. 177, n. 2.
FRENCH, Mrs., iv. 48.
FRENCH COOK, a nobleman's, i. 469.
FRERON, father and son, ii. 392, 406.
FRESCATI, v. 153, n. 1.
FRIEND, Sir John, ii. 183.
FRIENDS, comparing minds, iii. 387;
example of good set by them, ii. 478;
few houses to be nursed at, iv. 181;
future state, in a, ii. 162; iii. 312, 438; iv. 279-80;
Goldsmith and the story of Bluebeard, ii. 181;
'he that has friends has no friend,' i. 207; iii. 149, 289, 386;
natural, iv. 147, 198, n. 4; v. 105;
pleasure in talking over past scenes, iii. 217;
survivor, the, iii. 312.
FRIENDSHIP, Christian virtue, how far a, iii. 289;
formed, how, iii. 165;
formed mostly by caprice or chance, iv. 280;
often formed ill, ii. 162;
mathematics, not as in, iii. 65;
neglect of it, iv. 145;
'repair,' need of, i. 300;
rupture of old, v. 89, 147;
test, put to the, iii. 238, 396.
_Friendship, an Ode_, i. 158; ii. 25.
FRISICK LANGUAGE, i. 475.
FROOM, iv. 402, n. 2.
FRUGALITY, iv. 163.
FRUIT, RAW, iv. 353.
_Frusta Letteraria_, iii. 173.
FRY, Thomas, the painter, iii. 21, n. 1.
FULLARTON, of Fullarton, iii. 356.
FULLER, Thomas, his dedications, ii., n. 2.
_Fun and funny_, ii. 335, n. 3; iii. 91, n. 2.
FUNDS, the, iv. 164.
_Further Thoughts on Agriculture_, i. 306.
FUTURE STATE, Boswell leads Johnson to discuss it, ii. 161;
confidence in respect to it, iv. 395;
due attention to it and to this world, v. 154;
gloom of uncertainty, iii. 154;
hope in it the basis of happiness, iii. 363;
knowledge of friends, ii. 162; iii. 438;
things made clear gradually, iii. 199.

G.

GABBLE, iii. 350; iv. 5.
GABRIEL, Don, a Spanish Prince, iv. 195, n. 6.
GAELICK. See SCOTLAND, Highlands, Erse.

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