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GAGNIER,--, ii. 390.
GAIETY, a duty, iii. 136, n. 2.
GALILEO, i. 194, n. 2.
GALLICISMS, iii. 343, n. 3.
GALWAY, Lady, iv. 109.
GAMA, iv. 250.
GAMING, produces no intermediate good, ii. 176;
more ruined by adventurous trade, iii. 23.
GAMING-CLUB, a, iii. 23.
_Ganganelli's Letters_, iii. 286.
GAOL FEVER, iv. 176, n. 1.
GARAGANTUA, iii. 255.
GARDEN, a walled, iv. 205.
GARDENERS, good, Scotchmen, ii. 77.
GARDENSTON, Lord (F. Garden), v. 75-6.
GARDINER, Mrs., account of her, i. 242, n. 5; iv. 245-6;
Johnson's bequest to her, iv. 402, n, 2;
mentioned, iii. 22, 104, n. 5; iv. 239, n. 2.
GARDNER, T., bookseller, ii. 344.
GARRET, the scholar's, i. 264.
GARRICK, Captain, i. 81; iii. 387.
GARRICK FAMILY, striking likeness in all the members, ii. 462.
GARRICK, David, Abel Drugger, iii. 35;
Adelphi, house in the, iv. 96, 99;
airs of a great man, iii. 263;
appealed to by a drunken physician, iii. 389;
Archer in _The Beaux Stratagem_, iii. 52;
attacks helped his reputation, v. 273;
avarice, reputation for, iii. 71;
Baretti's trial, gives evidence at, ii. 97, n. 1, 98;
Bickerstaff, I., letter from, ii. 82, n. 3;
_Bonduca_, epilogue to, ii. 325, n. 2;
_Bon Ton_, ii. 325, n. 1;
book of praise and abuse, kept a, v. 273;
Boswell, correspondence with: see BOSWELL, correspondence;
Boswell's _Corsica_, praises, ii. 46, n. 1;
Boswell slyly introduces his name, iii. 263;
British Coffee-house Club, iv. 179, n. 1;
Brown, Dr. John, said to have assisted, ii. 131;
brought out his tragedies, ib., n. 2;
Budgell's _Epilogue_, anecdote of, iii. 46, n. 3;
Burke's epitaph on him, ii. 234, n. 6;
Camden, Lord, intimacy with, iii. 3;
_Chances, The_, ii. 233;
characters, acted a great variety of, iii. 35; iv. 243;
was not 'transformed' into them, iv. 244;
Chatham, Lord, correspondence with, ii. 227;
cheerfullest man of his age, iii. 387;
Chesterfield, in wit compared with, iii. 69;
Christmas dinner at his house, ii. 155, n. 2;
Clive, Mrs., compared with, iv. 243;
clutching the dagger, v. 46;
Colson's academy, at, i. 103;
_concoction_ of a play, iii. 259;
Congreve and Shakespeare, compares, ii. 85;
conversation, sprightly, i. 398;
no solid meat in it, ii. 464;
Court, at, i. 333, n. 3;
Cumberland's _dishclout face_, iv. 384, n. 2;
Cumberland's _Odes_, iii. 43, n. 3; iv 432;
Dane, letter from a, v. 46, n. 2;
Davies, letter from, iii. 223, n. 2;
_Davy_, called, v. 348;
death, his, iii. 371;
'eclipsed the gaiety of nations,' i. 82; iii. 387;
decayed actor, will soon be a, ii. 439;
decent liver, a, iii. 387;
declaimer, no, iv. 243;
Dodsley, quarrels with, i. 325;
_Douglas_, rejects, v. 362, n. 1;
Drury-lane theatre, manager of, i. 181, 196;
Elphinston's _Martial_, his opinion of, iii. 258;
emphasis, wrong, i. 168; v. 127;
epigrammatist, an, iii. 258;
excellence shown by his getting L100,000, iii. 184;
face, wear and tear of his, ii. 410;
_False Delicacy_, ii. 48, n. 2;
father and family, his, iii. 387;
fine-bred gentleman, fails as a, v. 126;
first appearance in London, i. 168, n. 3;
Fitzherbert, affection for, iii. 148, n. l;
_Florizel and Perdita_, ii. 78;
Foote, compared with, iii. 69, 183; v. 391;
'ghost of a halfpenny,' iii. 264;
witticism about his bust, iv. 224;
_fortunam reverenter habet_, iii. 263;
French, sameness of the, iv. 15, n. 3;
friends, but no friend, had, iii. 386;
funeral, iv. 208;
account of its pomp, iv. 208;
Bishop Horne's lines, ib. n. 1;
the Club called the Literary Club at it, i. 477;
Johnson at his grave, iii. 371, n. 1;
generous treatment of authors, ii. 349, n. 6;
Gentleman, F., letter from, i. 384, n. 2;
Gibbon, letter from, iii. 128, n. 4;
Goldsmith's dress, ii. 83;
_Good Natured Man_, refuses the, ii. 48, n. 2; iii. 320;
Gray's _Odes_, i. 403, n. 1;
great, courted by the, ii. 227; iii. 263;
_Hamlet_ rescued from rubbish, ii. 85, n. 7, 204, n. 3;
Hamlet's soliloquy, iii. 184;
Hawkesworth and Lord Sandwich, ii. 247, n. 5;
Hawkins's _Siege of Aleppo_, iii. 259;
_High Life Below Stairs_, iv. 7;
Hill, Sir John, epigrams on, ii. 38, n. 2;
Hogarth's account of his acting, iii. 35, n. 1;
humour, varying, iii. 264;
illness, sufferings from, iii. 387, n. 1;
inaccurate in delineating absurdities, iv. 17;
Ireland, visits, iii. 388, n. 1;
Johnson affected by his success, i. 167, 216, n. 2; ii. 69;
attacked by Garrick's correspondents, ii. 69, n. 1;
attacks on him, accounts for, iii. 184, n. 5;
awe of, i. 99, n. 1;
and Chesterfield, i. 260, n. 1;
designs to write his epitaph, iv. 394, n. 2;
_Dictionary_, cited in, iv. 4;
epigram on it, i. 300;
as a dramatist, i. 198, I99, n. 2;
epigram on George II and Cibber, i. 149; v. 350;
epitaph on Philips, i. 148;
in the Green Room, i. 201;
hard on him, v. 244;
Imitations of Juvenal_, i. 194;
intercourse with him, iv. 7;
_Irene_, acts, i. 196-8;
suggests the strangling scene in it, 197, n. 2;
travels with him to London, i. 101;
looked upon him as his property, iii. 312;
let nobody attack him, i. 27, n. 2, 393, n. 1; iii. 70, 312, n. 1;
in the Lichfield play-house, ii. 299;
low opinion of his acting, ii. 92, n. 4; iii. 184; iv. 7; v. 38;
and of his mimicry, ii. 326, n. 3;
mimicks, ii. 326, 464;
mow of hay, ii. 79;
offers to write his _Life_, iii. 371, n. 1; iv. 99, n. 2;
'played round,' ii. 82;
praises his prologues, ii. 325;
parody of Percy's _Hermit_, ii. 136, n. 4;
writes him a _Prologue_, i. 181; iv. 25;
pupil; i. 97:
into good spirits, puts, iii. 260, n. 5;
_Rambler_, i. 209, n. 1;
reflection on him in his _Shakespeare_, ii. 192; iv. 371, n. 2;
and the Roundhouse, i. 249, 251;
sends his love to, v. 350;
_Shakespeare_, not mentioned in, ii. 92; v. 244;
sorrow for his death, iii. 371; iv. 99;
taste in theatrical merit, ii. 465;
thinking which side he should take, iii. 24;
tribute to him, i. 81; iv. 96, n. 6;
use of orange-peel, ii. 330;
want of taste for the highest poetry, iii. 151;
wife, account of, i. 95, 98, 99;
wit, ii. 231; Kenrick's libel, i. 498, n. 1;
Kitely, ii. 92, n. 3;
Latin, has not enough, ii. 377;
lawyer, intends to become a, i. 101;
Lear, ii. 182, n. 3: _Lethe_, i. 228;
liberality, gave more money than any man, iii. 70, 264, 387;
instances of his, iii. 264, n. 3;
Lichfield grocer, scorned by a, iii. 35, n. 1;
Lichfield School, at, i. 45, n. 4;
life with great uniformity, saw, iii. 386;
Literary Club, election to the, i. 479-481;
name given at his funeral, i. 477; v. 109, n. 5;
low characters, ashamed of his, iii. 35;
Mallet, fooled by, v. 175, n. 2;
manner, his significant smart, v. 249;
Marplot, i. 325, n. 3;
_Memoirs_ by T. Davies, iii. 434, n. 5;
Mickle, quarrels with, ii. 182, n. 3; v. 349, n. 1;
Milton's granddaughter's benefit, i. 227;
money, great hunger for, iii. 387;
money exhausted, his, i. 102, n. 2;
Montagu's, Mrs., _Essay_, praises, ii. 88;
praised by her, v. 245;
More, Hannah, flatters him, iii. 293;
his kindness to her, ib. n. 4;
calls her _Nine_, iv. 96, n. 3;
Murphy, controversy with, i. 327, n. 1;
sarcasm against him, ii. 349;
praise of his liberality, iii. 264, n. 3;
nation to admire him, has a, iv. 7;
Necker, Mme., on his acting, v. 38, n. 2;
niece, his, Miss Doxy, iii. 417-8:
_Ode on Pelham's death_, i. 269;
ostentation, i. 216, n. 2;
parsimony, Foote's ghost of a halfpenny, iii. 264;
Peg Woffington's tea, ib.;
refuses an order to Mrs. Williams, i. 392;
Partridge in _Tom Jones_, v. 38;
pious reverence, i. 269;
poor at first, iii. 70, 387;
portraits at Streatham, iv. 158, n. 1;
in Mrs. Garrick's house, iv. 96;
Beauclerk's inscription on one, ib.;
profession, advanced the dignity of his, ii. 234, n. 6; iii. 263;
'his profession made him rich, and he made it respectable,'
iii. 371, n. 2;
professor in the imaginary college, v. 108;
Prospero, i. 216;
provincial accents, ii. 464, n. 2;
Queen, compliments the, ii. 233;
retiring from the stage, ii. 438; iii. 388;
Reynolds's defence of him, ii. 234;
Riccoboni, Mme.,
letters from, ii. 50, n. 3; in. 149, n. 2; v. 106, n. 4, 330, n. 3;
Richard III, his, seen by Hogarth, in. 35, n. 1
Johnson's sarcasm on, iii. 184;
was not 'transformed into,' iv. 244;
_Romeo and Juliet_, alters, v. 244, n. 2:
_Sallad_, proposes, as a name for _The World_, i. 202, n. 4;
scholarship, ii. 377, n. 2;
Scotch, nationality of the, ii. 325;
Scotland, never in, iii. 388;
'Scrub, will play,' iii. 70;
sensibility as a writer, ii. 79;
sentiment, his, ii. 464;
Shakespeare Jubilee, ii. 68, n. 2, 69;
Shakespeare, scarce
editions of, ii. 192;
intends to read, v. 244, n. 2;
Sheridan, Thomas, engages, i. 358, n. 3;
describes the vanity of, ii. 87;
Smith's, Adam, conversation, iv. 24, n. 2;
splendour, too much, iii. 71;
spoilt, not, iii. 263, n. 3, 264;
Steevens, letters from, ii. 274, n. 7; 284, n. 2;
slandered by, iii. 281, n. 3;
table, at the head of a, iv. 243;
talking from books, v. 378, n. 4;
Thrales, introduction to the, i. 493, n. 2;
universality in acting, ii. 37; iv. 243; v. 126;
unkindness, accused by Davies of, iii. 223, n. 2;
vanity, ii. 227; iii. 263, 264;
variety his excellence, iii. 35;
Walpole, H., on his acting, iv. 243, n. 6;
wealth, iii. 184, 263;
Whitehead, W., compliments him in verse, i. 402;
engaged as his 'reader,' ib. n. 3;
proposed to Goldsmith as arbitrator, iii. 320, n. 2;
wife, love for his, iv. 96, n. 7; v. 349, n. 2;
_Winter's Tale_, new version of the, ii. 78, n. 4;
witness, examined as a, v. 243;
woman's riding-hood, in a, iv. 7;
_Wonder, The_, in, iv. 8;
writer, sprightly, iii. 263;
Woffington, Peg, iii. 264;
mentioned, i. 243, 268, n. 4; ii. 59, n. 3, 110, 255, 362, n. 2;
iii. 256.
GARRICK, Mrs., dinners at her house, iv. 96-9; 220, n. 3;
grief for her husband, iv. 96;
leaves Garrick's funeral expenses, unpaid, iv. 208, n. 1;
neglects Johnson's proposal to write Garrick's Life, iii. 371, n. 1;
iv. 99, n. 2;
survived Garrick forty-three years, iv. 96, n. 7, 275, n. 3;
mentioned, iv. 84, n. 3.
GARRICK, George, Johnson's pupil, i. 97;
calls him 'a tremendous companion,' i. 496, n. 1; iii. 139.
GARRICK, Peter, anecdotes of _Irene_, i. 100, 111;
resemblance to his brother, ii. 311, 462, 466;
mentioned, ii. 467; iii. 35, n. 1, 412; iv. 57, n. 3.
GARTH, Sir Samuel, M.D., lines on dying, ii. 107, n. 1;
Johnson's praise of physicians, iv. 263.
GASTRELL, Bishop, v. 323.
GASTRELL, Rev. Mr.,
cut down Shakespeare's mulberry-tree, i. 83, n. 4; ii. 470.
GASTRELL, Mrs., i. 83, n. 4; ii. 470; iii. 412.
GATAKER, Thomas, v. 302.
GATES, General, iii. 355, n. 3.
GAUBIUS, Professor, i. 65.
_Gaudium_, ii. 371.
GAUDY, College, i. 60, n. 4, 273, n. 2; ii. 445, n. 1.
GAY, John, advised to buy an annuity, v. 60, n. 4;
_Beggar's Opera_, 'As men should serve a cucumber,' v. 289;
Boswell's delight in it, ii. 368; iii. 198;
projected work on it, v. 91, n. 2;
Burke thinks it has no merit, iii. 321;
Cibber, refused by, iii. 321, n. 3;
Hockley in the Hole, iii. 134, n. 1;
Johnson's opinion of it, iii. 321;
Johnson turns Captain Macheath, IV. 95;
morality, its, ii. 367;
'labefactation,' ib.;
'practical philosophers,' ii. 442;
Rich made _gay_ and Gay _rich_, iii. 321, n. 3;
run of 63 nights, iii. 116, n. 1;
children, writing for, ii. 408, n. 3;
_Letters_, iv. 36, n. 4;
_Life_ by Johnson, ii. 367;
Orpheus of highwaymen, ii. 367, n. 1;
Queensberry, Duke of, ii. 368.
_Gazetteer, The_, v. 245, n. 2.
GELALEDDIN, iv. 195, n. 1.
'GELIDUS, the philosopher,' i. 101, n. 3.
GELL, Mr. and Mrs., v. 430-1.
GELL, Sir William, ii. 408, n. 3; v. 431, n. 4.
_General Advertiser_, i. 227.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY. See under SCOTLAND.
GENERAL CENSURE, iv. 313.
GENERAL COMPLAINTS, Johnson's dislike of, ii. 357.
GENERAL WARRANTS, ii. 72.
GENERALS, great, ii. 234.
GENIUS, ii. 436-7; iii. 385, n. 1; v. 34-5;
made feminine, iii. 374.
GENOA, Corsican revolt, ii. 59, n. 2, 71, n. 1;
the Doge at Versailles, iv. 270, n. 2.
GENTEEL PEOPLE, swear less than formerly, ii. 166, n. 1.
GENTILITY, not inseparable from morality, ii. 340;
new system, i. 491-2;
women more genteel than men, iii. 53.
_Gentle Shepherd_, ii. 220; v. 374, n. 3.
GENTLEMAN, Francis, i. 384.
GENTLEMAN, English merchant a new species, i. 491, n. 3.
GENTLEMAN, a, of eminence in the literary world, iv. 274;
one whose house was frequented by low company, iv. 312;
a penurious one, iv. 176;
one recommending his brother, iv. 21;
one who was rich, but without conversation, iv. 83.
GENTLEMAN FARMER, at Ashbourne, iii. 188, 197.
_Gentleman's Magazine_, account of it, i. III;
effect on it of rebellion of 1745-6, i. 176, n. 2;
Hanoverian in 1745-6, i. 176, n. 2;
indecency in earlier numbers, i. 112, n. 2;
Johnson, _Ad Urbanum_, i. 113;
becomes a regular contributor, i. 115;
writes _Addresses, Letters, and Prefaces_, i. 139-40, 147, 149,153,
157, 161: (for his other contributions See under their several titles);
school advertised in it, i. 97;
verses wrongly assigned to, i. 178, n. 1;
Nichols, edited by, iv. 437;
described by Southey, ib.;
numbers sold, i. 112, n. i, 152, n. 1; iii. 322;
obituaries, i. 237, n. I;
prize poems, i. 91;
published at the end of the month, i. 340, n. 3;
'Sciolus,' iii. 341, n. 1;
value of, in 1754, i. 256, n. 1.
See under CAVE and DEBATES.
_Gentleman's Religion_, iv. 311.
_Gentlewoman, the born_, ii. 130.
GENTLEWOMAN, a, in liquor, ii. 434.
_Geographical Grammar_, iv. 311.
_Geography, Dictionary of Ancient_.
See MACBEAN, Alexander.
GEOLOGY, of Etna, ii. 468, n. 1;
Johnson's ignorance of it, v. 290, n. 4.
GEOMETRY, principles soon comprehended, v. 138, n. 2.
GEORGE I, Brett, Miss, i. 174, n. 2;
burnt two wills made in favour of his son, ii. 342, n. 1;
death, his, ii. 342, n. 1;
knew nothing, ii. 342;
Oxford, sends a troop of horse to, i. 281, n. i;
Shebbeare, satirised by, iii. 15, n. 3;
will, his, destroyed by George II, ii. 342; iv. 107, n. 1;
wish to restore the crown, ii. 342.
GEORGE II, Augustus, not an, i. 209;
barbarity, his, i. 147;
challenged by Elwall, ii. 164, 251;
clemency, his, i. 146;
English weary of him, i. 363;
fast day of Jan. 30, observed the, ii. 152, n. 1;
George I's will, destroys, ii. 342;
quarrels with Frederick the Great about it, iv. 107;
Johnson's epigram on him, i. 149; v. 348, 350, 404;
roars against him, ii. 342;
would tell the truth of him, v. 255;
Pelham's death, i. 269, n. 1.
Pretender's visit to London, v. 201, n. 4;
quiet times under the Whigs, iv. 100;
mentioned, i. 149, n. 3, 311, n. 2.
GEORGE III, Addresses in 1784, iv. 265;
authority partly reestablished, iv. 264;
baronetcies, ii. 354, n. 2;
Beattie, interview with, v. 90, n. 1;
Beckford's speech, iii. 201, n. 3;
birthday, iv. 128;
'born a Briton', i. 129, n. 3, 353; v. 204;
Boswell's relation, v. 379;
_Capability_ Brown, intimacy with, iii. 400, n. 2;
carelessness in sentences of death, iii. 121, n. 1;
Chatham's and Garrick's funerals, iv. 208, n. 1;
city address in 1781, iv. 139, n. 4;
concessions to the people, ii. 353;
contempt of Irish peerages, iii. 407, n. 4;
coronation, iii. 9, n. 2;
Corsica offered to him, ii. 71, n. 1;
Dalrymple, Sir John, ii. 210, n. 2;
Dodd's case, iii. 121;
fast of Jan. 30, ii. 152, n. 1;
Fox, the King's competitor, iv. 279;
divides the kingdom with him, iv. 292;
Gordon Riots, iii. 429, 431;
Great Personage, i. 219;
Gustavus III, death of, iii. 134, n. 1;
_Heroic Epistle_, reads the, iv. 113, n. 4;
hopes formed of him, i. 363;
Hume on the weakness of his government, iii. 46, n. 5;
Hutton the Moravian, iv. 410, n. 6;
indecency, treated with, iv. 261;
_Irene_, has the sketch of, i. 108;
Johnson, asks, to write a _Life of Spenser_, iv. 410;
compliments him in _The False Alarm_, ii. 112;
_Dedications_, ii. 44; iii. 113;
for the King against Fox, iv. 292;
gives him his _Western Islands_, ii. 290;
four volumes of the _Lives_, iii. 372, n. 3;
interview with, ii. 33;
account of it, ii. 42; iii. 32; v. 125, n. 1;
second interview, ii. 42, n. 2;
pension, i. 372; v. 379;
proposed addition to it, iv. 350, n. 1;
projected works, has the list of, iv. 381, n. 1;
madness, iv. 165, n. 3;
manners, his, described by Adams, Johnson and Wraxall, ii. 40-1;
militia camps, visits the, iii. 365;
minister, his own, i. 424, n. 1; ii. 355, n. 1;
ministers his tools, iii. 408, n. 4;
oppressed by them, iv. 170;
Norton's speech to him as Speaker, ii. 472, n. 2;
Paoli, notices, v. 1, n. 3;
patron of science and the arts, i. 372;
petitions in 1769, ii. 90, n. 5;
Pretender, proper designation for the, v. 185, n. 4;
recruiting, complains of the difficulty of, iii. 399, n. 3.
reign very factious, iv. 200, 296; very unfortunate, iv. 200;
_respectable_ empire, his, iii. 241, n. 2;
Reynolds, slights, iv. 366, n. 2;
Rousseau's pension, ii. 12, n. 1;
Scotch favourites, i. 363;
sea, at the age of 34 had not seen the, i. 340; n. 1;
Shakespeare sad stuff, i. 497, n. 1;
Shelburne, Lord, dislikes, iv. 174, n. 5;
slave-trade, upholder of the, ii. 480;
_She Stoops to Conquer_, sees, ii. 223;
Toryism or Whiggism, prevalence in his reign of, ii. 221;
tour in the West of England, iv. 165, n. 3;
unpopularity maintained by Johnson, iii. 155; iv. 165;
changed into popularity, iii. 156, n. 1; iv. 165;
Wilkes at the Levee, iii. 430, n. 4.
GEORGE IV, i. 108, n. 1. See PRINCE OF WALES.
GEORGIA, i. 127, n. 4.
GERARD, Dr., v. 90, 92-3, 130.
GERMAINE, Lord George, i. 424, n. 1.
GERMAN BARON, story of a, ii. 462.
GERMANY, academies at the smaller Courts, v. 276;
language, ii. 156;
rising in power, ii. 127, n. 4;
stocking industry, v. 86.
GERVES, John, v. 297, n. 1, 327.
GESTICULATION RIDICULED, i. 334; ii. 211;
Johnson's aversion to it, iv. 322.
GHERARDI, Marchese, iii. 326.
GHOSTS, Addison's belief, iv. 95;
argument against their existence, belief for it, iii. 230;
Boswell introduces the subject, iv. 94, n. 2;
Cave, one seen by, ii. 178, 182;
Coachmakers' Hall, discussion at, iv. 95;
Cock Lane ghost, i. 406-8; iii. 268;
evidence for them, iv. 94;
experience and imagination, i. 405;
Goldsmith's brother, one seen by, ii. 182;
Johnson's prayer on his wife's death, i. 235;
his state of mind as regards them, i. 343, 406; iii. 297; iv. 94, 298;
'machinery of poetry,' iv. 17;
objection to their appearing, ii. 163;
Parson Ford's, iii. 349;
question undecided after 5000 years, iii. 230,298;
Southey on the good end they answer, iii. 298, n. 1;
Villiers, Sir George, iii. 351;
Wesley's story of a ghost, iii. 297, 394.
GIANNONE, iv. 3.
GIANO VITALE, iii. 251, n. 2.
GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, iii. 410.
GIANTS, A Great Personage's, i. 219.
GIARDINI, ii. 225.
GIBBON, Edward,
author best judge of his own performance, iv. 251, n. 2;
_Autobiography_, ii. 448, n. 2;
_Beggar's Opera_, influence of the, ii. 367, n. 1;
Boswell attacks him, ii. 67, n. 1, 443, n. 1, 447-8; v. 203, n. 1;
name passed over by him, ii. 348, n. 1;
and Johnson, replies to, ii. 448, n. 2;
_Cecilia_, reads, iv. 223, n. 5;
Clarendon's _History_ and the Oxford riding-school, ii. 424, n. 1;
_Decline and Fall_, 'artful infidelity' of the, ii. 447;
composition of vol. I, ii. 236, n. 2, 366;
publication, ii. 136, n. 6; iii. 97, n. 3;
rough MS. sent to the press, iv. 36, n. 1;
the two offensive chapters, iii. 244;
domestic discipline, i. 46, n. 2;
dress, his, ii. 443, n. 1;
Duke of Gloucester, ii. 2, n. 2;
Edinburgh society, ii. 53, n. 1;
fame, enjoyment of his, i. 451, n. 3;
Foster, Dr. James, iv. 9, n. 5;
Fox at Lausanne, iv. 167, n. 1;
Fox commenced patriot, iv. 87, n. 1;
French Assembly, iv. 434;
French society, iii. 254, n. 1;
Gloucester, Duke of, affability of the, ii. 2, n. 2;
Hailes's _Annals_, iii. 404, n. 3;
history attacked in his presence, ii. 366;
Holroyd, visits to, iii. 178, n. 1;
'hornets, accustomed to the buzzing of the,' ii. 448, n. 1;
Horsley, Bishop, praises, iv. 437;
hospitality, on, iv. 222, n. 2;
House of Commons and Nowell's sermon, iv. 296, n. 1;
Hume and Robertson, compliment to, ii. 236, n. 3;
Hume congratulates him, ii. 447, n. 5;
Hume's style, i. 439, n. 2;
Inquisition, defends the, i. 465, n. 1;
Johnson and the bear, ii. 348;
and the ladies, iv. 73:
did not like to trust himself with, ii. 366;
and Fox, iii. 267;
and the graces, iii. 54;
matched with, ii. 348;
'Reynolds's oracle,' i. 245, n. 3;
scarcely mentioned in his writings, ii. 348, n. 1; iii. 128, n. 4;
style, imitates, iv. 389;
talks: of his ugliness, iv. 73;
_Journal des Savans_, ii. 39, n. 3;
Law, William, character of, i. 68, n. 2;
lectures, teaching by, ii. 8, n. 1;
Literary Club, i. 479. 481, n. 3; iii. 230, n. 5;
in 1777, iii. 128, n. 4;
poisons it to Boswell, ii. 443, n. 1;
London, loves the dust of, iii. 178, n. 1;
the liberty that it gives, iii. 379, n. 2;
Lowth and Warburton, ii. 37, n. 2;
Macaulay, on his poverty, iv. 350. n. 1;
Mackintosh's comparison of him with Burke, ii. 348, n. 1;
Magdalen College Common-room, ii. 443, n. 4;
'Mahometan,' ii. 448;
Mallet, David, i. 268, n. 1;
Maty, Dr., i. 284, n. 2;
Montagu, Mrs., on the _Decline and Fall_, iii. 244;
mutual gain in fair trade, v. 232, n. 1;
Newton, Bishop, iv. 285, n. 3, 286, n. 1;
North, Lord, v. 269, n. 1;
_Ossian_, ii. 302, n. 2;
Oxford tutor, his, iii. 13, n. 3;
Paley's attack on him, v. 203, n. 1;
Pantheon, ii. 169, n. 1;
'Papist, turned,' ii. 448;
Parliament, silent in, ii. 366, n. 4; iii. 233, n. 2;
found it a school of civil prudence, ib.;
Pope's lines applied to him, ii. 133, n. 1;
post-chaise, delight in a, ii. 453, n. 1;
Price, Dr., iv. 434; Priestley, Dr., iv. 437;
quaint manner, iii. 54:
described by Colman, ib., n. 2;
_respectable_, use of the term, iii. 241, n. 2;
Reynolds's, dines at, iii. 250;
Round-Robin, signed the, iii. 83;
Royal Academy Professor, ii. 67, n. 1;
school life not happy, i. 451, n. 2;
sneer, his usual, iv. 73;
style, study of, iv. 389, n. 2;
subscription to the Articles, ii. 150, n. 7;
Ten Persecutions, The, ii. 255, n. 4;
Tillemont, praises, i. 7, n. 1;
travelling, the requisites for, iii. 458-9;
ugliness, ii. 443, n. 1; iv. 73.
GIBBON, an attorney, ii. 93, n. 3.
GIBBONS, Rev. Dr., iv. 126, 278.
GIBRALTAR, ii. 391.
GIBSON, William, iv. 402, n. 2.
GIFFARD, the theatre manager, i. 168.
GIFFORD, Rev. Richard, v. 118.
GIFFORD, William, _Baviad and Macviad_, iii. 16, n. 1;
Johnson's Greek, v. 458, n. 5.
GILBERT, GEOFFREY, _Law of Evidence_, v. 389, n. 5.
GILBERT, Rev. Mr., i. 173, n. 1.
GILLAM, Justice, iii. 46, n. 5.
GILLESPIE, Dr., iv. 262.
GILMOUR, J., President of the Session, v. 212.
GILPIN, W., v. 431.
GIN. See SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.
GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS, iii. 304, n. 4.
GISBORNE, Dr., iii. 149, n. 2.
GLANVILLE, i. 205, n. 3.
_Glasse's, Mrs., Cookery_, iii. 285.
GLASS-HOUSES, i. 164, n. 1.
GLAUCUS, ii. 129, n. 5.
GLEG, Mr., a merchant, v. 73.
GLENGARY, Laird of, v. 190.
GLENMORISON, Laird of, v. 136, 140.
GLOOM, gloomy penitence, iii. 27;
'it is perhaps sinful to be gloomy,' iv. 142.
GLOUCESTER, v. 322, n. 1.
GLOUCESTER, Duke of (brother of George III),
affability to Gibbon, his, ii. 2, n. 2;
marriage, ii. 224, n. 1.
GLOVER, Richard, account of him, v. 116, n. 4;
Duke of Marlborough's papers, v. 175, n. 2;
_Leonidas_, v. 116;
_Medea_, i. 326, n. 3.
GLOW-WORM, ii. 55, 232.
GLUTTONY, i. 468.
GLYNNE, Serjeant, iii. 430, n. 4.
'Gnothi seauton' [original text in greek], i. 298, n. 4.
GOBELINS, ii. 390.
GOD, infinite goodness, limited, iv. 299;
love of him predominated over by fear, iii. 339.
GODWIN, William, iv. 278, n. 3.
GOLDONI, iii. 162, n. 4.
GOLDSMITH, Dr. Isaac, Dean of Cloyne, i. 414, n. 6.
GOLDSMITH, Rev. Henry, ii. 182.
GOLDSMITH, Mrs., iii. 100.
GOLDSMITH, Oliver,
absurdity, angry when caught in an, iii. 252;
Addison, compared with, ii. 256;
ages at which he published his various works, iii. 167, n. 3;
Aleppo, projected visit to, iv. 22;
anecdotes, excelled by Percy in, v. 255;
_Animated Nature_, engaged in writing it, ii. 181-2, 232, 237;
copy in Lord Scarsdale's library, iii. 162;
cow shedding its horns, iii. 84, n. 2;
Maclaurin's yawns, iii. 15;
anonymous publications, i. 412;
_Apology to the public_, ii. 209;
supposed to be written by Johnson, ib.;
architecture, contempt of, ii. 439, n. 1;
attacks, better for, v. 274;
authors, the neglect of, iii. 375, n. 1, 424, n. 1;
authors, patrons and booksellers, v. 59, n. 1:
Baretti, dislikes, ii. 205, n. 3;
at his trial, ii. 97, n. 1;
Bath, describes, ii. 7,_ n_. 4; iii. 45, n. 1;
beat, first time he has, ii. 210;
Beattie's _Essay on Truth_, despises, ii. 201,_ n_.
3; v. 273, n. 4;
Beauclerk describes him, ii. 192, n. 2;
_Beauties of English Poetry Selected_, iii. 192, n. 2;
_Bee, The_, iii. 83, n. 1;
biography, the uses of, v. 79, n. 3;
birth, date of his, i. 58, n. 2; iii. 83, n. 1;
blank verse, on, i. 427, n. 2;
bloom-coloured coat, ii. 83;
boastfulness, i. 414:
_bon ton_ breaking out in his waistcoats, ii. 274, n. 7;
books, could not tell what was in his own, iii. 253;
Boswell's account of him, i. 411-17;
accused of making a monarchy of what should be a republic, ii. 257:
'honest Goldsmith,' ii. 186;
preserves a relic of him, ii. 219, n. 2;
takes leave of him, ii. 260;
Burke's contemporary at Trinity College, i. 411;
recollection of him, iii. 168;
Camden, Lord, complains of, iii. 311;
Chamier's estimate of him, iii. 252;
Chatterton's poems, believes in, iii. 51, n. 2, 276, n. 2;
Cibber, Colley, praises, iii. 72, n. 2;
_Citizen of the World_, i. 412;
Clare, Lord, ii. 136;
Clarke, Dr., anecdote of, i. 3, n. 2;
companion, not an agreeable, iii. 247;
company, his, liked, ii. 235;
compilations and magazines, the causes of, v. 59, n. 1;
consequential at times, ii. 258;
conversation, does not know how to get off, ii. 196;
not temper for it, ii. 231;
reported a mere fool in it, i. 412;
talks at random, 413; ii. 236; iii. 252; v. 277;
talks not to be unnoticed, ii. 186, 257;
corrections in his prose composition rare, iv. 36, n. 1;
Cow shedding its horns: See above, _Animated Nature_;
Croaker, Johnson's _Suspirius_, i. 213; ii. 48;
_Cross Readings_, admires, iv. 322, n. 2;
Cumberland, disliked, iv. 384, n. 2;
death, ii. 274, n. 7, 279, n. 2, 280; iii. 164; iv. 84, n. 2;
debts, ii. 280, 281;
depopulation, on, ii. 217, n. 5;
_Deserted Village_, dedicated to Reynolds, ii. I, n. 2, 217, n. 5;
Johnson's lines in, ii. 7; iii. 418;
reiterated corrections, ii. 15, n. 3;
_Traveller_, sometimes an echo of the, ii. 236;
_Dictionary of Arts and Sciences_ projected, ii. 204, n. 2;
Dilly's, dines at, ii. 247;
'Doctor Minor,' v. 97;
Dodd, Dr., satirises, iii. 139, n. 4;
Dodsley, dispute on the poetry of the age with, iii. 38;
dog-butchers, ii. 232;
dress, slovenly, i. 366, n. 1;
his fine coat, ii. 83;
effect of dress on the mind, ib. n. 3;
Dryden's line on poets and monarchs, ii. 223:
duelling, question of, ii. 179;
Dyer, Samuel, at the Club, iv. II, n. 1;
Edinburgh, country round, i. 425; ii. 311, n. 5;
Edinburgh University, i. 411, 425;
_Elements of Criticism_, criticises, ii. 90;
_Enquiry into the present State of Polite Learning_, i. 350, n. 3, 412;
envy, his, i. 413; ii. 42, 260;
Boswell's defence of it, iii. 271;
epitaph in Greek, ii. 282; iii. 85, n. 1;
epitaph in Latin, iii. 81-3;
_Round Robin_, 84;
Europe, disputed his passage through, i. 411;
Evans, assaults, ii. 209, n. 2;
excelled in what he wrote, iii. 253;
fable of the little fishes, ii. 231;
fame, his, v. 137;
fame, talked for, iii. 247;
Fantoccini, the, i. 414;
flowered late, iii. 167;
France, tour to, i. 414;
French meat, ii. 402, n. 2;
friendship and the story of Bluebeard, ii. 181;
'furnishing you with argument and intellects,' iv. 313, n. 4;
Garrick's compliment to the Queen, attacks, ii. 233;
lines on him, i. 412, n. 6;
refuses _The Good Natured Man_, iii. 320;
proposes Whitehead as arbitrator, ib. n. 2;
'Gentleman, The,' ii. 182;
George III, and _She Stoops to Conquer_, ii. 223;
gets the better when he argues alone, ii. 236;
ghost seen by his brother, ii. 182;
'Goldy,' dislikes being called, ii. 258; iii. 101; v. 308;
_Good Natured Man_, Prologue, ii. 42, 45:
Croaker, i. 213; ii. 48;
refused by Garrick, iii. 320;
Gray, attacks, i. 403, n. 1; ii. 328, n. 2;
_Elegy_, mends, i. 404, n. 1;
'happy revolutions,' ii. 224;
Harris, James, ii. 225;
_Haunch of Venison_, ii. 136, n. 5; iii. 225, n. 2;
Hawkins's account of him, i. 480, n. 1;
'_Hesiod_' Cooke, v. 37, n. 1;
historians, in the first class of, ii. 236;
_History of England_ attributed to Lord Lyttelton, i. 412, n. 2;
_History of Rome, ii. 236-7; iv. 312;
Hornecks, Miss, ii. 209, n. 2; iv. 355, n. 4;
horses, abhorrence of blood, ii. 232;
_Humours of Ballamagairy_, ii. 219;
_Idler_, buys the, i. 335, n. 1;
ignorance of common arts, iv. 22;
improvidence, i. 416, n. 1;
inscriptions on the _written mountains_, iv. 22, n. 3;
'inspired idiot,' i. 412, n. 6;
irascible as a hornet, v. 97, n. 3;
Jacobitism, his, ii. 224, 238, n. 4;
jests from the pit of a theatre, on, i. 197, n. 2;
Johnson, arguing: see JOHNSON, arguing;
a bear only in the skin, ii. 66;
the 'big man,' ii. 14;
biographer, i. 26, n. 1:
buys his _Life_ of Nash, i. 335, n. 1;
and a print of him, i. 363, n. 3;
claim upon--for more writings, ii. 15;
compared with Burke, ii. 260;
competition with, i. 417; ii. 216, 257;
compliment a cordial, iii. 82, n. 3;
could take liberties with, iv. 113;
estimation of him as an author, i. 408; ii. 196, 216;
places him in the first class, ii. 236;
defends him against Mr. Eliot's attack, ii. 265, n. 4;
calls him a very great man, ii. 281;
defends him against attack at Reynolds's table, ib., n. 1;
shows the difference when he had not a pen in his hand, iv. 29;
got him sooner into estimation, ii. 216;
first visit to him, i. 366, n. 1;
goodness of heart, i. 417;
influence on his style, i. 222;
interview with George III, ii. 42;
jealous of, ii. 257;
letter to him, ii. 235, n. 2;
levee, attends, ii. 118;
literary reputation, ii. 233;
manner, copies, i. 412;
not his style, ii. 216;
pension, iv. 113;
_Prologue to The Good Natured Man_, ii. 42, 45;
proposes to--that they each review the other's work, v. 274;
quarrels with, ii. 253-4;
reconciliation, 256;
reads the _Heroic Epistle_ to, iv. 113;
reproaches, with not going to the theatre, ii. 14;
tetrastick on him, ii. 282;
tribute to him in the _Life of Parnell_, ii. 166, n. 2;
wishes to write his _Life_, iii. 100, n. 1;
witty contests with, ii. 231;
Kenrick, libelled by, i. 498, n. 1;
knowledge, 'pity he is not knowing,' ii. 196;
'knows nothing,' ii. 215;
'amazing how little he knows,' ii. 235;
'at no pains to fill his mind,' iii. 253;
Langton, letter to, ii. 141, n. 1;
Lennox's, Mrs., play, iv. 10;
_Life_ not included in the _Lives of the Poets_, iii. 100, n. 1;
Literary Club, member of the, i. 477; ii. 17;
absurd verses recited to it, ii. 240; iv. 13;
wishes for more members, iv. 183;
Lloyd's supper party, i. 395, n. 2;
lodgings, miserable, i. 350, n. 3;
in the Edgeware Road, ii. 182;
'loose in his principles,' i. 408;
luxury, effects of, ii. 217, ib. n. 5;
Madeira, bottle of, i. 416;
Mallet's reputation, ii. 233;
Martinelli's _History_, ii. 221;
mathematics, made no great figure in, i. 411;
contempt for them, ii. 437, n. 1;
medical studies, i. 411;
merit late to be acknowledged, iii. 252;
mind, never exchanged, iii. 37;
modern imitators of the early poets, despises, iii. 159, n. 2;
Montaigne, love of, iii. 72, n. 2;
mortified by a German, ii. 257;
musical performers' pay, ii. 225;
'_mutual_ acquaintance,' iii. 103, n. 1;
martyrdom, ii. 250-1;
_Natural History_: see _Animated Nature_;
nidification, ii. 249;
'Nihil quod tetigit non ornavit,' i. 412; iii. 82;
'_Nil te quaesiveris extra_,' iv. 27;
Northcote's account of him, i. 413, n. 2;
Northumberland, Duke of, would have helped him, iv. 22, n. 3;
the Duchess prints _Edwin and Angelina_, ii. 337, n. 1;
novelty, i. 441, n. 1;
Padua, at, i. 73, n. 2;
Paoli's, dines at, ii. 220;
paradox, affectation of, i. 4l7;
'three paradoxes,' iii. 376, n. 1;
_Parnell, Life of_, ii. 166;
partiality of his friends against him, iii. 252;
pen in and out of his hand, iv. 29;
pensions to French authors, i. 372, n. 1;
Percy's account of him, i. 413, n. 2;
quarrel with him, iii. 276, n. 2;
'pleasure of being liked,' i. 412, n. 6;
Pope's lines on Addison, ii. 85;
'strain of pride,' iii. 165, n. 3;
powers, did not know his own, i. 213, n. 4;
public make a _point_ to know nothing of his writings, iii. 252;
religion, takes his from the priest, ii. 214;
_Retaliation_, passages quoted:
Attorneys, ii. 126, n. 4;
Burke, i. 472; iii. 233, n. 1; iv. 318;
Burke, William, v. 76, n. 3;
Douglas, Dr., i. 229, n. 1;
Garrick, i. 202, n. 4;
his lines on Goldsmith, i. 412, n. 6;
Lauder, i. 229, n. 1;
'pepper the highest,' iv. 341, n. 6;
Townshend, Tommy, iv. 318-9;
shown to Burke and Mrs. Cholmondeley, iii. 318, n. 3;
reviewers, ii. 39, n. 4;
Reynolds's explanation of his absurdities, i. 412, n. 6;
his envy, i. 4l3, n. 3;
Robinhood Society, iv. 92, n. 5;
round of pleasures, ii. 274, n. 3;
Royal Academy Professor, ii, 67, n. 1;
Royal Academy dinner, iii. 51, n. 2; iv. 314, n. 3;
Sappho in Ovid, ii. 181;
Savage, compared with, ii. 281, n. 1;
Scotch inns, v. 146, n. 1;
scrupulous, not, i. 213, n. 4;
servitorships, v. 122, n. 1;
settled system, no, i. 414;
or notions, iii. 252;
_She Stoops to Conquer_, copyright of it, iii. 100, n. 1;
dedicated to Johnson, ii. 1, n. 2, 216;
Dedication, ib. n. 3;
dinner on the day of its first performance, iv. 325;
Duke of Gloucester's marriage, ii. 224;
Farquhar copied, v. 133, n. 1;
finding out the longitude, i. 301, n. 3;
ill success predicted, ii. 208;
Johnson's opinion, ii. 205, 208, 233;
naming it, ii. 205, n. 4, 258;
Northcote's account of it to Goldsmith, ii. 233, n. 3;
performed during a Court mourning, iv. 325;
_Rambler_, borrowed from, i. 213, n. 5;
song for Miss Hardcastle, ii. 219;
success on the stage, ii. 208, n. 5;
Tony Lumpkin's song, ii. 219;
Walpole's criticism, ii. 233, n. 3;
Shelburne and Malagrida, iv. 174;
_shine_, eager to, i. 423; ii. 231, 253, 256;
social, not, iii. 37;
society, his, courted, ii. 257;
Sterne, attacks, ii. 173, n. 2;
calls him a very dull fellow, ii. 222;
straw, on a balancer of a, iii. 231, n. 2;
suicide, on, ii. 229;
Swift's 'strain of pride,' iii. 165, n. 3;
tailor, taken for a, ii. 83, n. 2;
tailor's bill, ii. 83, n. 3;
talk; see conversation;
'tell truth and shame the devil,' ii. 222;
Temple, chambers in the, ii. 97, n. 1; iv. 27; v. 37, n. 1;
Temple of Fame, ii. 358;
terror, object of, to a nobleman, i. 450, n. 1;
Townsend, praises Lord Mayor, iv. 175, n. 1;
_Traveller_, brings him into high reputation, iii. 252;
Chamier's doubts as to the author, iii. 252;
dedicated to his brother, ii. 1, n. 2;
editions, i. 415, n. 2;
Fox praises it, iii. 252, 261;
Johnson's lines in it, i. 381, n. 2; ii. 6; iii. 418;
praises it, ii. 5, 236;
reviews it, i. 482;
recites a passage, v. 344;
'Luke's iron crown,' ii. 6;
payment for it, i. 193, n. 1; ii. 6, n. 3;
published with author's name, i. 412, n. 2;
reiterated correction, ii. 15, n. 3;
_slow_, iii. 253;
written after the _Vicar_ but published before, i. 415; iii. 321;
travelling in youth, on, iii. 458;
unnoticed, afraid of being, ii. 186;
Van Egmont's _Travels_, reviews, iv. 22, n. 3;
vanity, i. 413;
shown in his talk, i. 413;
his clothes, ii. 83;
his virtues and vices were from it, iii. 37;
_Vicar of Wakefield_, history of its publication, i. 415; iii. 321;
Johnson's opinion of it, i. 415, n. 3; iii. 321;
passages expunged, iii. 375-6;
visionary project, his, iv. 22;
Walpole despises him, i. 388, n. 3;
introduced to him, iv. 314, n. 3;
Warburton a weak writer, v. 93, n. 1;
Westminster Abbey and Temple Bar, ii. 238;
deserved a place in the Abbey, iii. 253;
spot for his monument chosen by Reynolds, iii. 83, n. 2;
'Williams, I go to Miss, i. 421;
_Zobeide_, wrote a prologue for, iii. 38, n. 5.
GOMBAULD, iii. 396.
GONDAR, v. 123, n. 3.
GOOD-BREEDING, ii. 82; v. 82, 276.
GOOD FRIDAY, ii. 356; iii. 300, 313; iv. 203.
GOOD-HUMOUR, acquired, not natural, v. 211;
dependent upon the will, iii. 335;
increases with age, ib.;
rare, ii. 362;
Johnson a good-humoured fellow, ib.
'GOOD MAN, a,' iv. 239.
_Good Natured Man_. See GOLDSMITH.
GOODNESS, not natural, v. 211, 214.
_Goody Two Shoes_, iv. 8, n. 3.
GORDON, Duke of, iii. 430, n. 6.
GORDON, Hon. Alexander, (Lord Rockville), i. 469; v. 394, 397.
GORDON, Sir Alexander, ii. 269, n. 2; iii. 104; v. 86, 90-2, 95.
GORDON, Captain, of Park, v. 103.
GORDON, General C. G., i. 340, n. 3.
GORDON, Lord George, Mansfield's charge on his trial, iii. 427, n. 1;
St. George's Field meeting, iii. 428;
sent to the Tower, iii. 430;
trial, iv. 87.
GORDON, Professor Thomas, v. 84-5,90-2.
GORDON, Rev. Dr., of Lincoln, iii. 359.
GORDON, Mr. W., Town-clerk of Aberdeen, v. 90, n. 2.
GORDON RIOTS, iii. 427-431, 435, 438.
GORLITZ, ii. 122, n. 6.
GORY, Monboddo's black servant, v. 82-3.
GOSSE, Mr. Edmund, Gray's _Works_, i. 403, n. 4.
GOTHICK BUILDINGS, i. 273.
GOUGH,--, ii. 397.
GOUT, an attack of, a poetical fiction, i. 179;
books on it, v. 210;
due to abstinence, i. 103, n. 3.
GOVERNMENT, by one, best for a great nation, iii. 46;
contracted-more easily destroyed, iii. 283;
distance, from a, iv. 213;
English--on a broad basis, iii. 283;
fittest men not appointed, ii. 157;
forms of it indifferent, ii. 170;
imperfection inseparable from all, ii. 118;
possible through want of agreement in the governed, ii. 102;
power cannot be long abused, ii. 170;
real power everywhere lost (in 1784), iv. 260, n. 2;
reverence for it impaired, iii. 3:
See MINISTRY.
_Government of the Tongue_, Boswell quotes it, iii. 379;
Johnson perhaps borrows from it, i. 447, n. 2;
'men oppressive by their parts,' iv. 168, n. 2.
_Governor_, v. 185, n. 2.
Gower, first Earl, recommends Johnson, i. 133;
Plaxton's letter to him, i. 36, n. 2;
_Renegado_, i. 296.
GOWER, Dr., Provost of Worcester College, ii. 95, n. 2.
GOWER, John, iii. 254.
GRACE, in Latin, v. 65:
at meals, i. 239, n. 2; ii. 124; v. 123.
GRAFTON, third Duke of, ii. 467.
GRAHAM, Colonel, ii. 156.
GRAHAM, Rev. George, _Telemachus_, i. 411; iii. 104;
insults Goldsmith, v. 97.
GRAHAM, Lady Lucy, v. 359, n. 1.
GRAHAM, Marquis of (third Duke of Montrose), iii. 382;
laughed at in _The Rolliad_, ib., n. 1;
loves liberty, iii. 383;
mentioned, iv. 109.
GRAHAM, Miss, iii. 407.
GRAINGER, Dr. James, character, his, ii. 454;
Johnson's Shakespeare, anecdote of, i. 319, n. 3;
_Ode on Solitude_, iii. 197;
_Sugar Cane_, Johnson reviews it, i. 481;
does not like it, ii. 454;
_mice_ altered to _rats_, ii. 453;
_Tibullus_, translates, ii. 454.
GRAMMAR, advantage of learning it, v. 136.
GRAMMAR School, Johnson's scheme for the classes of a, i. 99.
GRAND CHARTREUX, iii. 456.
GRAND SIGNOR, ii. 250.
GRANDEES OF SPAIN, v. 358.
GRANGE, Lady, v. 227.
GRANGER, Rev. James,
_Biographical History_, iii. 91; v. 255;
denies that he is a Whig, iii. 91;
'the dog is a Whig,' v. 255.
GRANT, Abbe, v. 153, n.
GRANT, Sir Archibald, iii. 103.
GRANT, Rev. Mr., v. 120-1, 123,131.
GRANT,--, ii. 308, 310.
GRANTHAM, ii. 312, n. 4.
GRANTHAM, first Baron, i. 434, n. 3.
GRANTLEY, first Baron, ii. 472, n. 2.
GRANVILLE, G. See under Lansdowne, Lord.
GRANVILLE, John Carteret, Earl,
described by Lord Chesterfield, iv. 12, n. 5;
despatch after the battle of Dettingen, iv. 12;
mentioned, ii. 116, n. 1; iv. 78.
GRATITUDE, burthen, a, i. 246;
fruit of great cultivation, v. 232.
GRATTAN, Henry, 'one link of the English chain,' iv. 317;
mentioned, iv. 73, n. 1.
_Grave, The_, iii. 47.
GRAVES, Morgan, i. 92, n. 2.
GRAVES, Rev. Richard,
author of _The Spiritual Quixote_, i. 75, n. 3;
Shenstone at Oxford, i. 94, n. 5;
property, v. 4S7, n. 4;
mentioned, ii. 452.
GRAVINA, iv. 199.
GRAY, Sir James, ii. 177.
GRAY, John, bookseller, i. 153.
GRAY, Thomas, abruptness, his, i. 403;
Akenside, inferior to, iii. 32;
Beattie, friendship with, v. 16, n. 1;
blank verse, disliked, i. 427. n. 2;
Boswell sat up all night reading him, ii. 335, n. 2;
Boswell's _Corsica_ and Paoli, ii. 46, n. 1;
Cohnan's _Odes to Obscurity_, ii. 334;
_disjecta membra_, i. 403, n. 4;
_Distant Prospect of Eton College_ quoted, i. 344;
doctor's degree offered him at Aberdeen, ii. 267, n. 1;
Dryden's 'car,' ii. 5, n. 2;
'dull fellow, a,' ii. 327;
Elegy, imitated, v. 117, n. 4;
mended by Goldsmith, i. 404, n. 1;
quoted, iii. 190, n. 2, 204;
sneered at, ii. 328, n. 2;
Young's parody of Johnson's criticism on it, iv. 392, n. 1
(see just below under Johnson);
happy moments for writing, i. 203, n. 3;
Italy, tour to, iii. 31, n. 1;
Johnson criticises the Elegy, i. 403; ii. 328, n. 2;
finds two good stanzas, ii. 328;
criticises the Odes, i. 403; ii. 164, 327, 335; iv. 13, 16, n. 4;
criticism attacked, iv. 64;
defended by Boswell, i. 404;
cites him in his Dictionary, iv. 4, n. 3;
praises his Letters, iii. 31, n. 1;
writes his Life, iii. 427;
works, did not taste, ii. 335;
calls him _Ursa Major_, v. 384, n. 1;
_Long Story_ cited, v. 292;
Mackintosh criticises his style, iii. 31, n. 1;
Mason's Memoirs of him, i. 29;
higher in them than in his poems, iii. 31;
'mechanical poet, a,' ii. 327;
_Odeon Vicissitude_, iv. 138, n. 4;
_Odes_ praised by Cumberland's _Ode_, iii. 43, n. 3;
Pope's condensation of thought, admires, v. 345, n. 2;
and his _Homer_, iii. 257, n. 1;
_Progress of Poetry_, quoted, iii. 165, n. 2;
_Remains_, his, preparation for publication, ii. 164;
Sixteen-string Jack, compared to, iii. 38;
_Spleen, The_, admires, iii. 38, n. 3;
Sterne's popularity, ii. 222. n. 1;
'sunshine of the breast,' v. 160, n. 2;
'warm Gray,' ii. 334.
_Gray's Inn Journal_, i. 309, 328, 356.
_Great_, how pronounced, ii. 161.
GREAT, the, cant against their manners, iii. 353;
Johnson, never courted by, iv. 116;
did not seek his society, iv. 117;
or Richardson's, ib., n. 1;
officious friends, have, ii. 65, n. 4;
seeking their acquaintance, ii. 10; iii. 189.
'GREAT HE,' ii. 210.
GREAT MOGUL, ii. 40, n. 4.
GREAVES, Samuel, iv. 253.
GREECE, fountain of knowledge, iii. 333;
modern Greece swept by the Turks, ii. 194.
GREEK, books for beginners, iii. 407;
Genardus's _Grammar_, iv. 20;
essential to a good education, i. 457;
like lace, iv. 23;
a woman's knowledge of it, i. 122, n. 4.
See JOHNSON, Greek.
GREEKS, barbarians mostly, ii. 170;
dramatists, iv. 16;
empire, iii. 36.
GREEN, John, Bishop of Lincoln, i. 45.
GREEN, Matthew, iii. 405, n. 1.
GREEN, Richard, of Lichfield, account of him, ii. 465;
his Museum, ib.; iii. 412;
Johnson, letter from, iv. 393;
mentioned, iii. 393; iv. 399, n. 5.
GREEN ROOM, of Drury Lane, i. 201.
_Green Sleeves_, v. 260.
GREENE, Burnaby, i. 517.
GREENHOUSES, ii. 168; iv. 206.
GREENWICH, Boswell and Johnson's day there, i. 457;
Hospital, i. 460;
Johnson composes part of _Irene_ in the Park, i. 106;
lodges in Church Street, i. 107;
Park, described by Miss Talbot, i. 106, n. 2;
not equal to Fleet Street, i. 461.
GREGORY, David, _Geometry_, v. 294.
GREGORY, Dr. James, iii. 126; v. 48.
GREGORY, Dr. John, v. 48, n. 3.
GREGORY, professors of that name, v. 48, n. 3.
GREGORY, ----, iii. 454.
GRENVILLE, Right Hon. George,
Beckford's Bribery Bill, supports, ii. 339, n. 2;
'could have counted the Manilla ransom,' ii. 135;
Johnson's letter to him, i. 376, n. 2.
_Grenville Act_, iv. 74, n. 3; v. 391.
GRETNA GREEN, iii. 68.
GREVILLE, C. C.,
Johnson and Garrick, i. 216, n. 3;
and Fox, iv. 167, n. 1;
'public dinner' at Lambeth, iv. 367, n. 3.
GREVILLE, Richard Fulke, _Maxims and Characters_, iv. 304;
account of him, ib., n. 4;
mentioned, iv. 1, n. 1.
GREY, first Earl, iii. 424, n. 4.
GREY, Dr. Richard, iii. 318.
GREY, Stephen, ii. 26.
GREY, Dr. Zachary, i. 444, n. 1; iii. 318; v. 225, n. 3.
GRIEF, alleviated by recording recollections of the dead, i. 212;
digested, to be, not diverted, iii. 28;
effect of business engagements on it, ii. 470;
Johnson's advice as to dealing with it, iii. 136; iv. 100, 142;
not retained long by a sound mind, iii. 136;
wears away soon, iii. 136.
See SORROW.
GRIERSON, Mr. and Mrs., ii. 116.
GRIFFITHS, Ralph, the publisher, his evidence worthless, iii. 30, n. 1;
war with Smollett, iii. 32, n. 2.
GRIFFITHS, ----, of Bryn o dol, v. 449.
GRIFFITHS, ----, of Kefnamwycllh, v. 452.
GRIMM, Baron, _Candide_, i. 342;
Mme, du Boccage, iv. 331, n. 1.
GRIMSTON, Viscount, iv. 80, n. 1.
_Grongar Hill_, iv. 307.
GRONOVII, v. 376.
GROSVENOR, Lord, v. 458, n. 5.
GROTIUS, corporal punishment, on, ii. 157, n. 1;
Christian evidences, on, i. 398, 454;
_De Satisfactione Christi_, v. 89;
Isaac de Groot his descendant, iii. 125;
practised as a lawyer, ii. 430;
quoted in Lauder's fraud, i. 229.
GROVE, Rev. Henry, papers in the _Spectator_, iii. 33;
read by Baretti, iv. 32.
_Grove, The_, iv. 23, n. 3.
_Grub Street_, defined, i. 296.
GUADALOUPE, i. 367, 368, n. 1.
GUALTIER, Philip, iv. 181, n. 3.
_Guarded_ bed-curtains, v. 433, n. 3.
_Guardian, The_, on public judgment, i. 200, n. 2;
end of its publication, i. 201, n. 3.
GUARDIANS FOR CHILDREN, iii. 400.
GUARDS, The, Boswell's fondness for them, i. 400, n. 1;
afraid of the juries, iii. 46.
GUARINI, _Pastor Fido_, iii. 346.
GUESSING, iii. 356.
_Guide-Books_, common in Italy, v. 61.
GUILLERAGUES, M. de, i. 90, n. 1.
GUILTY, ten, should escape, rather than one innocent suffer, iv. 251.
GUIMENE, Princess of, ii. 394.
GULOSITY, i. 468.
GUNNING, the Misses, v. 353, n. 1, 359, n. 2.
GUNPOWDER, iii. 361; v. 124.
GUNTHWAIT, ii. 169.
_Gustavus Adolphus, History of_, iv. 78.
_Gustavus Vasa_, i. 140.
GUTHRIE, William, account of him, i. 116, 117, n. 2;
Johnson's character of him, ii. 52;
_Apotheosis of Milton_, i. 140;
Debates, i. 116, 118;
Duhalde's _China_, translates, iv. 30;
pensioned, i. 117;
Scotticisms, i. 118, n. 1.
GUYON, _Dissertation on the Amazons, i. 150.
GWYN. Colonel, i. 414, n. 1.
GWYNN, John, the architect, account of him, v. 454, n. 2;
buildings designed by him, ii. 438, n. 3;
defence of architecture, ii. 439;
happy reply, ii. 440;
Johnson's advocacy of him, i. 351;
letter in his behalf, v. 454, n. 2;
_London and Westminster Improved_, ii. 25;
Oxford post-coach, in the, ii. 438; iii. 129;
_Thoughts on the Coronation of George III_, i. 361.
GWYNNE, Nell, i. 248, n. 2.

H.

_Habeas Corpus_, ii. 73.
_Habeas Corpus Bill_ of 1758, iii. 233, n. 1.
HABERDASHERS' COMPANY, i. 132, n. 1.
HABITATIONS, attachment to, ii. 103.
HABITS, early, force of, ii. 366.
HACKMAN, Rev. Mr., Boswell attends his trial, iii. 383;
and execution, iii. 384, n. 1;
altercation about him, iii. 384-5;
described in _Love and Madness_, iv. 187, n. 1.
HADDINGTON, seventh Earl of, iii. 133.
HADDO, Professor, v. 64.
HADDOCKS, dried, v. 110.
_Hadoni exequioe_, iv. 159, n. 1.
HAGLEY, described by Walpole, v. 78, n. 3, 456, n. 2;
Johnson visits it, v. 456-7.
HAGUE, v. 25, n. 2.
HAILES, Lord (Sir David Dalrymple),
account of him, i. 432; v. 48;
_Annals of Scotland_, a new mode of history, ii. 383;
accuracy, ii. 421;
a book of great labour, iii. 372;
exact, but dry, iii. 404;
praised by Gibbon, ib., n. 3;
revised by Johnson, ii. 278-9, 283-4, 287, 293. 333, 379-80,
383-4, 387, 411-12, 421; iii. 120, 216, 219, 360;
praised by him, iii. 58;
Boswell, letters to, i. 432; v. 406;
_Catalogue of the Lords of Session_, v. 213;
Chesterfield's 'respectable Hottentot,' on, i. 267;
consulted on the entail of Auchinleck, ii. 415, 418, 420-22;
critical sagacity, ii. 201; v. 48;
Elgin Cathedral, account of, v. 114;
Inch Keith, account of, v. 55;
Johnson, introduced to, v. 48;
asks, to write a character of Bruce, ii. 386-7;
compares, with Swift, i. 433;
is not convinced by his _Suasorium_, iii. 91;
records a talk with him, v. 399;
sends him anecdotes for his _Lives_, iii. 396-7;
drinks a bumper to him, i. 451;
love for him, ii. 293;
Knight, the negro's case, iii. 216, 219;
_La credulite des Incredules_, v. 332;
_Lactantius_, edits, iii. 133;
modernizes John Hales's language, iv. 315;
_Ossian_, faith in, ii. 295;
Percy, resemblance to, iii. 278;
Prior, censures, iii. 192;
_Remarks on the History of Scotland_, v. 38-9;
_Sacred Poems_, iii. 192;
Stuarts, unfair to the, v. 255;
_Vanity of Human Wishes_, corrects the, v. 49;
_Walton's Lives_, proposal to edit, ii. 279, 283, 285, 445;
mentioned, ii. 294; iii. 102, 129, 155; iv. 157, 216, 232, 241; v. 394.
HAIR, growth of the, iii. 398, n. 3.
HAKEWILL, Rev. George, i. 219.
HALL, Sir Matthew, devoted to his office, ii. 344;
knowledge varied, ii. 158;
_Life_ by Burnet, iv. 311;
_Primitive Origination of Mankind_, i. 188, n. 4;
rules of health and study, iv. 310;
sentenced witches to death, v. 45, n. 5.
HALES, John, of Eton, iv. 315.
HALES, Stephen, _On Distilling Sea-Water_, i. 309;
_Statical Essays_, v. 247, n. 1.
HALIFAX, Dr., ii. 97, n. 1.
HALKET, Elizabeth, ii. 91, n. 2.
HALL, Dr., Master of Pembroke College, iv. 298, n. 2.
HALL, General, iii. 361, 362, n. 1.
HALL, John, the engraver, iii. 111; iv. 421, n. 2.
HALL, Mrs., account of her, iv. 92;
Johnson turns Captain Macheath, iv. 95;
talks of the resurrection, iv. 93.
HALL, Rev. Robert,
influenced by a metaphysical tailor, iv. 187, n. 2;
studied at Aberdeen, v. 85, n. 2.
HALL, Rev. Westley (Wesley's brother-in-law), iv. 92, n. 3.
HALL, ----, v. 98.
HALLAM, Henry, ii. 210, n. 3.
HALLAM, Henry, the younger, ii. 94, n. 2.
HALLE, University of, i. 148, n. 1.
HALLS, fire-place in the middle, i. 273;
in squires' houses, v. 60.
HALSEY, Edmund, i. 491, n. 1.
HAM, posterity of, i. 401.
HAMILTON, Archibald, the printer, ii. 226.
HAMILTON, Captain, iv. 295, n. 5.
HAMILTON, sixth Duke of, v. 359. n. 2.
HAMILTON, eighth Duke of, ii. 50, n. 4; ii. 219; v. 43, 353, n. 1.
HAMILTON, Gavin, ii. 270.
HAMILTON, Lady Betty, v. 354, 358.
HAMILTON, Sir William, member of the Literary Club, i. 479.
HAMILTON, William, of Bangour,
Johnson talks slightingly of him, iii. 150-1;
verses on Holyrood, v. 43;
to the Countess of Eglintoune, v. 374, n. 3.
HAMILTON, William, of Sundrum, v. 38.
HAMILTON, William Gerard,
Boswell's _Johnson_, pays for a cancel in, i. 520;
Burke, engagement and rupture with, i. 519;
ranks very high, iv. 27, n. 1;
character by H. Walpole and Miss Burney, i. 520;
'eminent friend,' an, iv. 280, n. 2;
Jenyns's character, iii. 289, n. 1;
Johnson accompanied him to the street-door, i. 490;
arguing on the wrong side, iv. 111, n. 2;
bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
complaint of the Ministry, ii. 317;
death makes a chasm, iv. 420;
engaging in politics with him, i. 489, 518-20;
'envied but one thing,' he had said, iv. 112;
esteem for him, i. 489;
long intimacy, ii. 317;
as a fox-hunter, i. 446, n. 1;
generous offer to, iv. 245, 363, n. 1;
letters to him, iv. 245, 363;
pension, ii. 317;
on public speaking, ii. 139;
_Junius_, suspected to be, iii. 376, n. 4;
_Parliamentary Logick_, i. 518;
satisfactory coxcomb, describes a, iii. 245, n. 1;
'Single-speech,' i. 489, n, 4;
Warton, Dr., letter to, i. 519;
mentioned, iv. 1, n. 1, 159, n. 3, 344.
HAMILTON and BALFOUR, booksellers, iii. 334, n. 2.
_Hamlet, an Essay on the Character of_, iv. 25, n. 4;
rescued from rubbish, ii. 85, n. 7, 204, n. 3.
HAMMOND, Dr. Henry, iii. 58.
HAMMOND, James,
_Life_, by Johnson, iii. 30, n. 1;
_Love Elegies_, iv. 17; v. 268.
HAMPDEN, Dr., Bishop of Hereford, iv. 323, n. 3.
HAMPSTEAD, Mrs. Johnson's lodgings, i. 192, 238;
Johnson composes most of _The Vanity of Human Wishes_ there, i. 192;
takes an airing to it, iv. 232;
mentioned, v. 223.
HAMPTON, James, _Translation of Polybius_, i. 309.
HAMPTON COURT,
Johnson's application for a residence in it, iii. 34, n. 4;
mentioned, iii. 400, n. 2.
HANDASYD, General, ii. 218, n. 1.
HANDEL,
musical meeting in his honour, iv. 283;
his poet, v. 350, n. 1.
HANMER, Sir Thomas,
epitaphs on him, i. 177; ii. 25;
Hervey's _Letter to Sir Thomas Hanmer_, ii. 32, n. 1, 33, n. 2;
Shakespeare, edits, i. 175, 178; v. 244, n. 2.
HANNIBAL, iii. 40.
HANOVER, House of,
Johnson attacks it, i. 141:
asserts its unpopularity, iii. 155;
calls it _isolee_, iv. 165;
says that it is weak because unpopular, v. 271;
oaths as to the disputed right, ii. 220;
pleasure of cursing it, i. 429;
right to the throne, v. 202-4;
unpopular at Oxford, i. 72, n. 3 (see under OXFORD, Jacobite);
becomes generally popular, iv. 171, n. 1
(see under GEORGE III, unpopularity).
HANOVER RAT, ii. 455.
HANWAY, Jonas,
_Eight Days' Journey_, i. 309; ii. 122;
_Essay on Tea_, i. 309. 313-4, 348, n. 3; iii. 264, n. 4; v. 23;
Johnson's rejoinder, i. 314.
HAPPINESS,
attained by studying little things, i. 433, 440; iii. 165;
business of a wise man, iii. 135;
cannot be found in this life, v. 180;
counterfeited, ii. 169, n. 3;
cultivated, to be, iii. 164;
experience shows that men are less happy, iii. 237;
hope the chief part of it, i. 234, n. 2; ii. 351;
Hume's notion, ii. 9; iii. 288;
inn, produced most by a good, ii. 452;
its throne a tavern chair, ib., n. 1;
one solid basis of it, iii. 363;
Pantheon, at the, ii. 169;
pleasure, compared with, iii. 246;
present time never happy but when a man is drunk, ii. 350, 435, n. 7;
iii. 5;
or when he forgets himself, iii. 53;
public matters, little affected by, ii. 60, n. 4, 170;
schoolboys, happiness of, i. 451;
struggles for it, iii. 199;
Swift, defined by, ii. 351, n. 1;
virtue, not the certain result of, i. 389, n. 2.
_Happy Life, The_, ii. 25.
HARCOURT, Lord Chancellor, i. 75, n. 3.
HARCOURT, Lord, iii. 426, n. 3.
HARDCASTLE, Mrs., in _She Stoops to Conquer_, i. 213, n. 5.
HARDING, ----, a painter, iv. 421, n. 2.
HARDINGE, first Viscount, ii. 183, n. 1.
HARDWICKE, Lord Chancellor,
_Dirleton's Doubts_, on, iii. 205;
Dr. Foster becomes popular through him, iv. 9, n. 5;
prime minister, on the office of a, ii. 355, n. 2;
Radcliffe's trial, i. 180, n. 2;
Spectator, paper in the, iii. 34;
mentioned, ii. 157, n. 3.
HARDWICKE, second Lord, i. 260, n. 3.
HARDYKNUTE, ii. 91.
HARE, James, iii. 388, n. 3.
HARE, W., the murderer, v. 227, n. 4.
HARGRAVE, ----, the barrister, iii. 87, n. 3.
HARINGTON, Dr., iv. 180.
HARINGTON, Sir John, iv. 180, n. 3; 420, n. 3.
HARLEIAN Library and Catalogue, i. 153, 158.
_Harleian Miscellany, Preface to the_, i. 175.
HARRINGTON, Countess of, iii. 141.
HARRIS, James (Hermes Harris),
account of him, ii. 225, n. 2;
a coxcomb, v. 377;
_Hermes or Philological Inquiries_, iii. 115, 245, 258; v. 377;
Johnson's _Dictionary_, praises, iii. 115;
talk with, iii. 256-9;
pleasantry, his sense of, v. 378, n. 2;
scholar and prig, iii. 245;
mentioned, ii. 365.
HARRIS, Thomas, of Covent Garden Theatre, iii. 114.
HARRISON, Rev. Cornelius, iv. 401, n. 3.
HARRISON, Elizabeth, _Miscellanies_, i. 309, 312.
HARRISON, John, the inventor of the chronometer, i. 301, n. 3.
HARRISON, ----, iv. 222, n. 2.
HARROGATE, i. 287, n. 3; iii. 45, n. 1.
HARRY, Miss Jane, iii. 298, n. 2.
HARTE, Dr. Walter,
companionable and a scholar, ii. 120;
_Essays on Husbandry_, iv. 78;
_History of Gustavus Adolphus_, ii. 120; iv. 78;
Johnson and the screen, i. 163, n. 1;
tutor to Eliot and Stanhope, iv. 78, 333.
HARTLEBURY, v. 455.
HARVEST OF 1777, iii. 226, n. 2;
of 1775, iii. 313, n. 3.
HARVEY. See HERVEY.
HARWICH, i. 471;
stage-coach, 465.
HARWOOD, Dr. Edward,
_Liberal Translation of the New Testament_, iii. 38.
HASLERIG, Sir Arthur, ii. 118.
HASTIE, a Scotch schoolmaster,
his case, ii. 144, 146, 156, 157;
Johnson's argument for him, ii. 183;
Mansfield's speech, ii. 186;
had his deserts, ii. 202.
HASTINGS, Warren,
Boswell, letter to, iv. 66;
charges against him, iv. 213;
Johnson, letters from, iii. 455; iv. 66, 68-70;
Macaulay on his answer to Johnson, iv. 70, n. 2;
scheme about Oxford and Persian literature, iv. 68, n. 2;
trial, iv. 66, n. 1;
Westminster School, at, i. 395, n. 2.
HATE, steadier than love, iii. 150.
HATSEL, Mrs., iv. 159, n. 3.
HATTER, anecdote of a, ii. 287, n. 2.
HAVANNAH EXPEDITION, i. 191, n. 5, 242, n. 1, 382.
HAWES, L., i. 183, n. 1.
HAWKESBURY, Lord. See JENKINSON, Charles.
HAWKESTONE, v. 433-4.
HAWKESWORTH, Dr. John, edits the _Adventurer_, i. 234;
Cook's Voyages, edits, ii. 247; iii. 7;
payment for it, i. 341, n. 4; ii. 247, n. 5;
passage against a particular providence, v. 282;
Courtenay's lines on him, i. 223;
death, causes of his, v. 282, n. 2;
_Debates_, continues the, i. 512;
Ivy Lane Club, member of the, iv. 436;
Johnson's imitator, i. 233, 252; ii. 216;
tribute to him, i. 190, n. 3;
Psalmanazar, anecdote of, iii. 443;
spoilt by success, i. 253, n. 1;
_Swift, Life of_, i. 190, n. 3; ii. 319, n. 1;
mentioned, i. 241, 242; ii. 118.
HAWKINS, Sir John, account of him, i. 27-8;
Addison's style, i. 224, n. 1;
'Attorney, an,' i. 190;
Barber, attacks, iv. 370, 402, n. 2; 440;
Boswell attacks him indirectly, i. 226, n. 3;
slights, i. 28, n. 1, 190, n. 4;
'bulky tome,' his, ii. 452, n. 1;
Burke, rudeness, to, i. 480;
ill-will towards, ii. 450;
Cave, Edward, i. 113, n. 1;
Dodd, Dr., iii. I20, n. 2;
English lexicographers, i. 186;
gentility, on, i. 162, n. 3;
Goldsmith at the Club, i. 480, n. 1;
Hector's notes of Johnson, iv. 375;
_History of Music_, v. 72;
Hogarth's physicians, iii. 288, n. 4;
inaccuracy, his general, i. 27, n. 1; iii. 229; iv.
327, n. 5, 371;
instances of it--Addison's _notanda_, i. 204;
Essex Head Club, iv. 254, 437;
_ignorance_ for _arrogance_, iv. 138, n. 2;
_Irene_, reception of, i. 197, n. 5;
Johnson's _Adversaria_, i. 208, n. 1;
'enmity' to Milton, i. 230;
fear of death, iv. 395;
fondness for his wife, i. 234;
and Heely, ii. 31, n. 1;
loan of books, iv. 371, n. 2;
and Millar, i. 287, n. 2;
mother's death, i. 339, n. 2;
operating on himself, iv. 399, n. 6, 418, n. 1;
'ostentatious bounty to negroes,' iv. 402, n. 2;
warrants against, i. 141;
wife's apparition, i. 240;
will, iv. 370;
Literary Club, i. 479-80;
_Rasselas_, i. 341;
_Review of Burke's Sublime and Beautiful_, i. 310;
_Vicar of Wakefield_, sale of the copy of the, i. 415;
Ivy Lane Club, iv. 253;
Johnson's apologies, iv. 321, n. 1;
bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
executors, one of, iv. 402, n. 2;
funeral, iv. 420, n. 1;
house in Johnson's Court, ii. 5, n. 1;
humour, ii. 262, n. 2;
letters to him, iv. 435;
_London_ and Savage, i. 125, n. 4;
mode of eating, i. 468, n. 2;
not a stayed, orderly man, iv. 371, n. 2;
praise of a tavern chair, ii. 452, n. 1;
quickness to see good in others, i. 161, n. 2;
readiness to forgive injuries, iv. 349, n. 2;
said to have slandered, iv. 420, n. 1;
separation from his wife, i. 163, n. 2;
sinking into indolence, iii. 98, n. 1;
title of Doctor, i. 488, n. 3;
will, iv. 402;
_Works_, edits, i. 190, n. 4;
writing for money, iii. 19, n. 3;
knighted, i. 190, n. 4;
Literary Club, account of the, i. 478, n. 2, 479;
Pitt and Pulteney, oratory of, i. 152;
pockets Johnson's _Diary_, iv. 406, n. 1;
Porson, satirised by, ii. 57, n. 5; iv. 370, n. 5, 406, n. 1;
'rigmarole,' his, i. 351, n. 1;
Thrale's, Mrs., second marriage, iv. 339;
unclubable, i. 27, n. 2, 480, n. 1; iv. 254, n. 2.
HAWKINS, Miss,
'Boswell, Mr. James,' i. 190, n. 4;
Burke's estimate of his son, iv. 219, n. 3;
Hawkins's attack on the Essex Head Club, iv. 438.
HAWKINS, Rev. Professor William, member of Pembroke College, i. 75;
quarrel with Garrick, ib., n. 2; iii. 259.
HAWKINS, ----, under-master of Lichfield School, i. 43.
HAWTHORNDEN. See DRUMMOND, William.
HAY, Lord, v. 105.
HAY, Lord Charles,
at the Battle of Fontenoy, iii. 8, n. 3;
his courtmartial, iii. 9.
HAY, Sir George, i. 349.
HAY, Dr., i. 349, 351, n. 1.
HAY, John, v. 131, 137, 144.
HAY, William, a translation of _Martial_, v. 368.
HAYES, Rev. Mr., iii. 181.
HAYLEY, William,
correspondence with Miss Seward, iv. 331, n. 2;
dedication to Romney, iii. 43, n. 4.
HAYMAN, Francis, i. 263, n. 3.
HAYWARD, Abraham, _Thraliana_, iv. 343, n. 4.
HAZLITT, William,
Baxter at Kidderminster, iv. 226, n. 2;
Dr. Foster's popularity, iv. 9, n. 5;
grieves at the defeat of Napoleon, iv. 278, n. 3.
See under NORTHCOTE,_Conversations of Northcote_.
HEALE, iv. 234-9.
HEALTH, rules to restore it, iv. 153.
_Heard_, Johnson's pronunciation of, iii. 197.
HEARNE, Thomas,
Duke of Brunwick's accession-day, i. 72, n. 3;
Leland's _Itinerary_, v. 445, n. 3;
Pembroke College Chapel, i. 59, n. 1;
Psalmanazar at Oxford, iii. 449.
HEATH, Dr., iv. 73.
HEATH, James, the engraver, iv. 421, n. 2.
HEAVEN, degrees of happiness in it, iii. 288.
See FUTURE STATE.
HE-BEAR AND SHE-BEAR, iv. 113, n. 2.
HEBERDEN, Dr.,
account of him, iv. 228, n. 2;
Johnson, attends, iv. 230-1, 260, n. 2, 262;
bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
Markland, assists, iv. 161, n. 3;
_ultimus Romanorum_, iv. 399, n. 4;
_timidorum timidissimus_, iv. 399, n, 6;
mentioned, ii. 311; iv. 353-4, 355, n. 1.
HEBREW, Leibnitz traces all languages up to it, ii. 156.
HEBRIDES. See under BOSWELL, _Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides;
Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland_; and SCOTLAND, Highlands.
HECTOR, Edmund,
Birmingham, his house in, ii. 456, n. 2;
Boswell and Johnson visit him in 1776, ii. 456, 457; 459-461;
Johnson's chastity, i. 164;
early life, gives Boswell particulars of, ii. 459; iv. 375, n. 2;
early verses, i. 157, n. 5;
friendship for him, iv. 135, 147, 270;
last visit to him, iv. 375;
letters to him: see under JOHNSON, letters;
will, not in, iv. 402, n. 2;
sister, his, Mrs. Careless, ii. 459.
HEELY, Mr. and Mrs., ii. 30-1; iv. 370;
Johnson's letter to Heely, iv. 371.
_Heinous_, ii. 172.
HEIRS AT LAW, right, their, ii. 432.
HEIRS GENERAL, ii. 414.
HELL,
Johnson's dread of it, iv. 299;
its pavement of good intentions, ii. 360;
of infants' skulls, iv. 226, n. 2;
subsists by truth, iii. 293.
HELMET, hung out on a tower, iii. 273.
HELOT, the drunken, iii. 379.
HELVETIUS,
advises Montesquieu to suppress his _Esprit des Lois_, v. 42, n. 1;
Warburton 'would have _worked_ him,' iv. 261, n. 3.
HELVOETSLUYS, i. 471.
_Hemisphere_, ii. 81.
HENAULT, ii. 383, n. i, 412, 421.
HENDERSON, John, the actor,
his mimicry of Johnson not correct, ii. 326, n. 5;
visits him, iv. 244, n. 2.
HENDERSON, John (of Pembroke College), account of him, iv. 298-9;
Johnson and the nonjurors, iv. 286, n. 3;
mentioned, iv. 151, n. 2.
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN, ii. 452, n. 2, 456.
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, v. 454, n. 2.
HENN, Mr., i. 132, n. 1.
HENRY II. gives Langton a grant of free-warren, i. 248;
_History_ of him by Lyttelton, ii. 38.
_Henry V_, Johnson proposes to act it in Versailles, ii. 395, n. 2.
HENRY VIII. threatens the House of Commons, iii. 408.
HENRY IV. of France, Johnson censures his epitaph, iv. 85, n. I.
HENRY, Prince, of Portugal,
happy for mankind had he never been born, iv. 250.
HENRY, Robert, _History of Great Britain_, iii. 333;
sale maliciously injured, in. 334, n. 1;
mentioned, ii. 55, n. 1.
HENS feeding their young, iv. 210.
HEPHAESTION, iv. 274.
HERALD'S OFFICE, i. 255.
HERALDRY, i. 492.
HERBERT, George, 'Hell is full of good meanings,' ii. 360, n. 1.
HERCULES, his shirt, iii. 358;
Johnson, the Hercules who strangled serpents, ii. 260;
'You, and I and Hercules,' iv. 45, n. 3.
HEREDITARY OCCUPATIONS, v. 120.
HEREDITARY TENURES, ii. 421.
_Hermes, or a Philosophical Inquiry concerning Universal Grammar_,
ii. 225, n. 2.
HERMETICK PHILOSOPHY. See _Hermippus Redivivus_.
_Hermippus Redivivus_, i. 417; ii. 427, n. 4.
_Hermit_. See under BEATTIE and PARNELL.
_Hermit of Teneriffe_. See _Theodore the Hermit_.
HERMITS, v. 62.
HERNE, Elizabeth, iv. 402, n. 2, 439.
HERODOTUS, Egyptian mummies, iv. 125, n. 4.
_Heroic Epistle_. See MASON, W.
HERTFORD, first Earl of,
Cock-lane ghost, goes to hear the, i. 407, n. 1;
Hume, gets a pension for, ii. 317, n. 1;
Johnson, correspondence with, iii. 34, n. 4.
HERTFORD, Lady, i. 173, n. 3; iii. 139, n. 4.
HERVEY, Hon. Henry, 'Harry Hervey,' i. 106;
Johnson's love for him, i. 106;
intimacy with his family, i, 194;
story of Johnson's ingratitude, iii. 195.
HERVEY, Rev. James,
_Meditations_, v. 351;
parodied by Johnson, v. 352.
HERVEY, Hon. Thomas, Beauclerk's story of him and Johnson, ii. 32;
Johnson, payment to, ii. 33;
separation from his wife, ii. 32, 33, n. 2;
vicious and genteel, ii. 341.
HERVEY, Mrs., iii. 244, n. 2.
HERVEY, Miss, iii. 195, n. 1.
HERVEY, Miss E., iii. 435; n. 4.
HESIOD, _Pasoris Lexicon_, iii. 407;
quoted, v. 63.
HESKETH, Lady, iii. 36, n. 3.
HESSE, Landgrave of, v. 217.
HETHERINGTON'S CHARITY, ii. 286.
HEYDON, John, iv. 402, n. 2.
HEYWOOD, i. 84, n. 2.
HICKES, Rev. Dr., account of him, v. 357, n. 4;
mentioned, iv. 287.
HICKY, Thomas, ii. 340.
HIERARCHY, English,
Johnson's reverence for it, iv. 75, 197, 274; v. 61;
its theory and practice, iii. 138.
_Hierocles, Jests of_, i. l50; v. 308, n. 1.
HIGGINS, Dr., iii. 354, 386.
_High_, Johnson's use of the word, iii. 118, n. 3.
HIGH DUTCH, resemblance to English, iii. 235.
_High Life below Stairs_, iv. 7.
HIGHWAYMEN,
evidence of H. Walpole, Wesley, and Baretti as to their frequency,
iii. 239, n. 1;
Gay their Orpheus, ii. 367, n. 1;
question of shooting them, iii. 239, 240, n. 1.
HILL, Dr. Sir John,
account of him, ii. 38, n. 2, 39, n. 2;
wrote _Mrs. Glasses Cookery_, iii. 285;
in the _Heroic Epistle_, iv. 113, n. 3.
HILL, Joseph (Cowper's friend), i. 395, n. 2.
HILL, Miss, of Hawkestone, v. 433-4.
HILL, Professor, of St. Andrews, v. 64-5.
HILL, Sir Rowland, of Hawkestone, v. 433.
HILL, Thomas Wright, v. 455, n. 1.
HINCHCLIFFE, John, Bishop of Peterborough,
member of the Literary Club, i. 479;
hated Whiggism, iii. 422.
HINCHINBROOK, iii. 383, n. 3.
HINCHMAN, ----, iv. 402, n. 2.
HINDOOS, iv. 12, n. 2.
_Histoire de Pascal Paoli_, ii. 3, n. 1.
_Historia Studiorum_, Johnson's, iii. 321.
HISTORIAN,
great abilities not needed, i. 424;
inferiority of English, i. 100, n. 1; ii. 236, n. 2;
licence allowed, i. 355.
HISTORY,
almanac, no better than an, ii. 366;
authentic, little, ii. 365;
Bolingbroke's caution about reading it, ii. 213, n. 3;
Bolingbroke, Burke, and Fox on it, ii. 366, n. 1;
character and motives generally unknown, ii. 79; iii. 404;
colouring and philosophy conjecture, ii. 365;
Johnson's indifference to general history, iii. 206, n. 1;
recommendation of many histories, iv. 312, n. 1;
manners and common life, of, iii. 333; v. 79;
oral at first, v. 393;
'painted form the taste of this age,' iii. 58;
records only lately consulted, i. 117; v. 220;
spirit contrary to minute exactness, i. 155;
shallow stream of thought in it, ii. 195;
unsupported by contemporary evidence, v. 403.
_History of the Council of Trent_, i. 107.
_History of England_, in Italian. See MARTINELLI.
_History of John Bull_, i. 452, n. 2;
written by Arbuthnot, i. 452, n. 2;
quoted by Johnson, ii. 235, n. 1.
_History of the War_, projected, i. 354.
_Historyes of Troye_, v. 459, n. 2.
HITCH, Charles, i. 183.
HOADLEY, Archbishop, i. 318, n. 4.
HOADLEY, Dr. Benjamin, _Suspicious Husband, The_, ii. 50, n. 2.
HOADLEY, Dr. John, letter to Garrick, ii. 69, n. 1.
_Hob in the Well_, ii. 465.
HOBBES, Thomas,
Bathurst's verses to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
mentioned, iii. 448.
HOCKLEY-IN-THE-HOLE, iii. 134, n. 1; 454.
HODGE, the cat, iv. 197.
HODGES, Dr., ii. 341, n. 3.
HOG, William, i. 229.
HOGARTH, William,
Garrick's acting, describes, iii. 35, n. 1;
Johnson's belief, describes, i. 147, n. 2;
conversation, ib.;
finds more like David than Solomon, iii. 229, n. 3;
like his _Idle Apprentice_, i. 250;
takes for an idiot, i. 146;
_Modern Midnight Conversation_, iii. 348;
partisan of George II, i. 146;
physicians, his, iii. 288, n. 4;
prints, his, at Slains Castle, v. 102;
at Streatham, iii. 348;
Wilkes, print of, v. 186.
HOGG, James, _Jacobite Relics_, v. 142, n. 2.
_Hogshead_ of sense, v. 341.
HOLBACH, Baron,
anecdote of Hume and seventeen Atheists, ii. 8, n. 4;
_Systeme de la Nature_, v. 47, n. 4.
HOLBROOK, ----, Usher at Lichfield School, i. 44.
HOLDER, ----, an apothecary, iv. 137, 144, 402, n. 2.
HOLIDAYS OF THE CHURCH, ii. 458.
HOLINSHED, quoted by Boswell, iv. 268, n. 2.
HOLLAND,
exportation of coin free, iv. 105, n. 1;
Dutch fond of draughts and smoking, i. 317;
free from spleen, iv. 379;
English books printed there, iii. 162;
France, pressed by, in 1779, iii. 408, n. 4;
Johnson's proposed tour there, i. 470; iii. 454;
lead from two Cathedrals shipped to it, v. 114, n. 2;
populous, iii. 233;
Scotch regiment at Sluys, iii. 447;
suspension of arms in 1782-3, iv. 282, n. 1;
torture employed there, i. 466;
trade, i. 218, n. 3.
HOLLAND, the actor, iv. 7.
HOLLAND, Dr., ii. 94, n. 2.
HOLLAND, first Lord, iv. 174, n. 5, 219, n. 3.
HOLLAND, third Lord,
Boswell and Horace Walpole, iv. 314, n. 5;
Jeffrey's 'narrow English,' ii. 159, n. 6;
Johnson and Fox, iv. 167, n. 1;
and Garrick, i. 216, n. 3.
HOLLAND HOUSE, iv. 174, n. 5.
HOLLIS, Thomas, iv. 97.
HOLLOWAY, Mr. M. M.,
autograph letters of Johnson, iv. 260, n. 2; v. 405, n. 1, 454.
HOLROYD, John (Lord Sheffield), i. 465, n. 1; ii. 150, n, 7;
iii. 178, n. 1.
HOLY LAND, iii. 177.
HOME, Francis, Experiments on Bleaching, i. 309.
HOME, Henry. See LORD KAMES.
HOME, John,
_Agis_, ii. 320, n. 1; v. 204;
Athelstanford, minister of, iii. 47, n. 3;
Bute's errand-goer, ii. 354;
and favourite, i. 386, n. 3;
Carlyle, Dr. A., described by, v. 362, n. 1;
Derrick's lines, parodied, i. 456;
_Douglas_, Garrick rejects it, v. 362, n. 1;
Hume and Scott admire it, ii. 320, n. 1;
Johnson despises it, ii. 320;
not ten good lines in it, v. 360-2;
Sheridan gives the author a gold medal for it, ii. 320; v. 360;
lines in it applicable to Johnson, iii. 80;
quotations from it, v. 361, n. 1;
Elibank, Lord, his patron, v. 386;
_History of the Rebellion of 1745_, iii. 162, n. 5;
Hume's bequest to him, ii. 320, n. 1;
dislike of the Whigs, iv. 194, n. 1;
remark on the incapacity of the period, iii. 46, n. 5;
Settle, likened to, iii. 76;
Shakespeare of Scotland, iv. 186, n. 2;
better than Shakspeare, v. 362, n. 1;
mentioned, ii. 53, n. 1, 381, n. 1.
HOMER,
advice given to Diomed (Glaucus), ii. 129;
antiquity, his, iii. 331;
quoted by Thucydides, ib.;
characters, does not describe, v. 79;
detached fragments, not made up of, v. 164;
_Iliad_, a collection of pieces, iii. 333;
prose translation of it suggested, ib.;
Latin version, ib., n. 2;
Johnson's early translation from him, i. 53;
knowledge of him, iv. 218, n. 3; v. 79, n. 2;
'machinery,' his, iv. 16;
_Odyssey_, Johnson's liking for it, iv. 218;
Fox's, ib., n. 3;
_Life of Johnson_ likened to it, i. 12;
quoted, iv. 444;
prince of poets, ii. 129;
Sarpedon, Earl of Errol likened to, v. 103, n. 1;
shield of Achilles, iv. 33; v. 78;
translated by Cowper, iii. 333, n. 2;
by Dacier, ib.;
by Macpherson, ii. 298, n. 1; iii. 333, n. 2;
by Pope, iii. 256;
Virgil, compared with, iii. 193; v. 79, n. 2;
less talked of than, iii. 332.
HOMFREY, family of, iv. 268, n. 1.
_Homo caudatus_, ii. 383.
HONESTY, iii. 237.
HONITON, iii. 287, n. 1.
HOOD, James, v. 66.
HOOKE, Dr. (at St. Cloud), ii. 397.
HOOKE, Nathaniel,
writes the Duchess of Marlborough's _Apology_, v. 175.
HOOKER, Richard, i. 219.
HOOLE, John,
account of him, ii. 289, n. 2; iv. 70;
_Ariosto_, iv. 70;
_Cleonice_, ii. 289, n. 3;
dinners and suppers at his house, ii. 334; iii. 37, 342; iv. 88, 251;
Essex Head Club, member of the, iv. 258;
Johnson's bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
collects a City Club for, iv. 87;
friendship with him, iv. 360;
and Goldsmith, i. 414, n. 4;
last days, iv. 399, n. 1, 406, 410, n. 2, 414;
letters to him, ii. 289; iv. 359-60;
recommends him to Warren Hastings, iv. 70;
writes the dedication of his _Tasso_, i. 383;
regularly educated, iv. 187;
uncle, his, the metaphysical tailor, iii. 443; iv. 187;
mentioned, iv. 266.
HOOLE, Mrs., iv. 359.
HOOLE, Rev. Mr.,
Johnson's bequest to him, iv. 402, n. 2;
reads the service to, iv. 409;
mentioned, iii. 436, n. 2.
_Hop-Garden, The_, ii. 454.
HOPE,
'A continual renovation of hope,' iv. 222, n. 5;
Prince of Wales's enjoyment of it, iv. 182;
a species of happiness, i. 368; ii. 351.
HOPE, Dr., of Edinburgh, iv. 263-4.
HOPE, Professor, of Edinburgh, v. 404.
HOPE, Sir William, v. 66.
HOPETON, second Earl of, iv. 43, n. 1.
HORACE,
Art of Poetry, a contested passage in the, iii. 73-5;
_Carmen Seculare_ set to music, iii. 373;
Mr. Tasker's version, ib., n. 3;
cheerfulness, iii. 251;
inconstancy, ib.;
editions collected by Douglas, iv. 279;
gratitude to his father, iii. 12;
Hamilton's _Imitations_, iii. 151;
Johnson translates _Odes_, i. 22, and ii. 9; i. 51-2;
and _Ode_, iv. 7; iv. 370;
Journey to _Brundusium_ mentioned, iii. 250;
metres, ii. 445, n. 1;
middle-rate poets, on, ii. 351;
_Nil admirari_, ii. 360;
read as far as the Rhone, iv. 277;
religion, absence of, iv. 215;
'_sapientiae consultus_,' iii. 280;
translations of the lyrics, iii. 356;
Francis's, ib.;
villa, iii. 250;
quotations:
1 _Odes_, i. 2, i. 244;
1 _Odes_, ii. v. 101, n. 2;
1 _Odes_, ii. 21, i. 483, n. 4;
1 _Odes_, xii. 46, iv. 356, n. 3;
1 _Odes_, xxii. 5, ii. 140;
1 _Odes_, xxiv. 9, iv. 290, n. 4;
1 _Odes_, xxvi. 1, ii. 140;
1 _Odes_, xxxiv. 1, iii. 279;
1 _Odes_, xxxiv. 1, iv. 215, n. 4;
2 _Odes_, i. 4, i. 207;
2 _Odes_, i. 24, iv. 374, n. 3;
2 _Odes_, xvi. 1, v. 163;
2 _Odes_, xiv., iii. 193; v. 68, n. 2;
2 _Odes_, xx. 19, iv. 277, n. 2;
3 _Odes_, i. 34, ii. 207;
3 _Odes_, ii. 13, i. 181, n. 1;
3 _Odes_, xxiv. 21, iii. 160, n. 1;
3 _Odes_, ii., iii. 204;
3 _Odes_, xxx. 1, ii. 291, n. 3;
4 _Odes, iii. 2, i. 351, n. 1; iv. 57, n. 4;
4 _Odes_, ix. 25, v. 415, n. 3;
Epodes, xv. 19, iv. 320, n. 1;
1 _Sat_. i. 66, iii. 322, n. 2;
2 _Sat_. i. 86, iv. 129, n. 3;
1 _Sat_. iii. 33, iv. 180, n. 5;
1 _Sat_ iv. 34, ii. 79;
2 _Sat_. ii. 3, i. 105, n. 1;
1 _Epis_. i. 15, v. 283, n. 2;
1 _Epis_. ii. 41, iv. 120, n. 3;
1 _Epis_. vi. 1, ii. 360, n. 3;
1 _Epis_. vii. 96, ii. 337, n. 4;
1 _Epis_. xi. 29, v. 381, n. 2;
1 _Epis_. xiv. 13, iii. 417, n. 1;
2 _Epis_. ii. 84, ii. 337, n. 3;
2 _Epis_. ii. 102, i. 200;
2 _Epis_. ii. 110, i. 220;
2 _Epis_. ii. 212, iv. 355, n. 2;
_Ars Poet_., line. 11, iii. 281, n. 4;
l. 15, iv. 38, n. 5;
l. 25, v. 78, n. 5;
l. 39, iii. 404, n. 6;
l. 41, ii. 126;
l. 48, i. 221;
l. 97, v. 399, n. 3;
l. 126, v. 348, n. 1;
l. 128, iii. 73;
l. 142, ii. 13, n. 2;
l. 161, v. 283, n. 3;
l. 188, iii. 229, n. 3;
l. 221, v. 375. n. 5;
l. 317, i. 165:
l. 372, ii. 351;
l. 388, i. 196.
HORNE, Dr., President of Magdalen College, (afterwards Bishop of Norwich),
Garrick's funeral, lines on, iv. 208, n. 1;
Garrick and Mickle, anecdote of, ii. 182, n. 3;

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