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ABERCROMBIE, James, Esq. of Philadelphia, his com- | Bagshaw, Rev. Thomas, 219, n.
munications concerning Dr. Johnson, 202

Johnson's letters to, 219, 339, 54

Baker, Sir George, 542
Abington, Lord, bon mot of, 426, n.
Mrs. 239. 240, 242

Ballads, (ancient,) 212

Balloons, 542
Abjuration, oath of, 240
Absentees from their estates, how far justifiable, 344, 345,

Ballow, Thomas, Esq. (the lawyer,) 294

Baltick, Johnson's proposed expedition tu the, 231
Abyssinia, see Lobo Rasselas

Banks, Sir Joseph's Epigram on his goat, 182

his Voyages, 183
Academy, Royal, instituted, 169
Action in public speaking, 204

Barber, Mr. Francis, 61, 63, 241, 058
Actors 22, 51, 165, 211, 264, 284, 344, 431, 507

Johnson's letters to him, 172

Barclay, Mr. the young author, 139
Adams, Rev. Dr. Advert., iv. 10, 14, 15, 31, 32, 45, 47,
50, 69, 75, 520, 524, 549

- Mr. one of Mi. Thrale's successors, 467

Baretti, Joseph, 81, 96, 98, 106, 279, 343, 439
Adams, Miss, 521, 524
Addison, Johnson's opinion of, 58, 117. 246, 301, 396

the first who received copy money in Italy, 340

his Frusta Letteraria, 343
- his style compared with Johnson's, 58
- Johnson's Life of, 445, 458

- his trial, 166
Adey, Miss Mary, 5, 284, 418

- Johnson's letters to him, 99, 101, 104
• Adventurer', Hawkesworth's, 52, 60, 65-66

Barnard, Rev. Dr. (Bishop of Limerick,) 236, 316, 461, n.
Adultery, 155, 215, 398, 399.

Barretier, J. P. Johnson's Life of, 36

Barrington, Hon. Daines, 387
Ægri Xphemeris, Johnson's, 551
Agar, W. E. Esq, 324, n.

Barrow, Rev. Dr. his Sermons, iv. 464, n.

Barrowby, Dr. 522
Agutter, Rev. Mr., his Sermon on Johnson's death, 564

Barry, Sir Edward, M. D. his notion that pulsation oc-
Agriculture, 52
Akenside's poetry, 189, 297

casions death by attrition : refuted by Johnson, 298
early friendship with Charles Townshend, 228

James, Esq. (the painter,) Johnson's letter to,

492
Akerman, Mr. Keeper of Newgate, character and anec.

-
dotes of, 424, 425

his paintings, 499

Barter, the enthusiast, 191
Alchymy, 255
* Aleppo, Siege of,' a tragedy, 370

Bateman, Edward, tutor of Christ-church, his lectures,

15
Alfred, 45

Bath, Johnson's visit to, 300
his Will, 473
Allen, Mr. the printer, 130, 373, 508, 550

Bathurst, Dr. Richard, 46, 48, 63, 66, 438, 439

Baxter, Richard, his works, 218, 487, 499
Johnson's letter to, 500
America and Americans, 231, 236, 237, 363, 380, 435,

Anacreon, 481, 505, 513

Bayle's Dictionary, 84
Amyat, Dr. his anecdote of Dr. Johnson, 103, n.

Beech, Thomas, 213, n.
Anderson, Professor, at Glasgow, 325

Beattie, Dr. 182, 184, 221, 488
Angelone's letters, 466

--letter from Johnson to, 426

Beauclerk, Topham, Esq. 64, 230, 377, 411, 423, 432,
Anthologia, 553

his violent altercation with Johnson, 410
Antiquities, study of, 419

- his death, 423
Argyle, Archibald, Duke of, 309

Beauty, manly, described by Shakspeare and Milton, 452
Armorial bearings, as ancient as the siege of Thebes, 193

Beauties of Johnson, 55, 476
Armstrong, Dr. 95, n. 324

Bedlam, 222, 468
Arnold, Dr. on insanity, 344

Beggars, 415, 471
Articles, thirty-nine, 169, 185

• Beggar's Opera, 253, 300
Ascham, Roger, Johnson's Life of, 129

Belchier, Surgeon, 303
Ash, John, M. D. founder of the Eumelian Club, 556, n.

Bellamy, Mrs. her letter to Johnson, 506, n.
Ashbourne, mistress of an inn there, 354

Belsham, Mr. his Essay on Dramatic Poetry, 107, n.
Astle, Thomas, Esq. 472, 528

Bentham, the Rev. Dr. 278
Rev. Mr., 528

Bentley, Dr. verses by, 436
Aston, Molly, 16, 396, 447

Berenger, Richard, Esq. 457
Mrs. her maiden sister, 230, 419

Beresford, Mrs. and Miss, 519
Athol porridge, 454

Berkeley, Bishop, 131, 178, 437
Atterbury, Bishop, his funeral sermon on Lady Cutts, Berwick, Duke of, his Memoirs, 379
361

Beville, Rev. Mr. his ingenious defence of Hammond,
Attorneys, Johnson's notion of them, 177

449, n.
Avarice, 417

Bewley, Mr. his enthusiastic veneration for Johnson,
Auchinleck, Lord, (the Author's father,) 208

473
place of, 267

Bible, the, should be read with the comments by Lowth,
Authors, of deciding on their MSS. 198, 370, 390, 407 Patrick, and Hammond, 304
of their writing for profit, 340

Bibliotheca Harleiana,' 38
- respect due to them, 387, 464. See Books Bicknel, Mr. 84
-should put as much into their books as they Bickerstaff, Mr. Isaac, 163
will hold, 212

• Biddulph, Miss Sidney,' the Novel, 107
had better be attacked than unnoticed, 407 Biographia Britannica,' 343, 616, n.
Author, the young, (Johnson's poem,) 10

Biography, remarks on, 1-5, 118, 201, 283, 309, 337 157
Authorship, 393

Birch, Rev. Dr. Thomas, 36, 37, 40, 69

- Johnson's letters to, 59, 76
Bacon, Lord Verulam, 250

his letter to Johnson on his Dictionary. 76
his rules for conversation, 503

Birds, their migration, 216
Badcock, Rev. Mr. 561, n.

Bishops, 457, 522. See Clergy.

Angels, 521 letters, 466. Glasgow, Shinson, 1o

Budgell, Eustace, 301
Budworth, Mr. 560, n.
Buffon, remark on, 313, n.
Bunyan's • Pilgrim's Progress,' 212
Burial Service, 355
Burke, Right Hon. Edmund, anecdotes of, and remarks

on, 18, 33, 143, 180, 311, 386, 408, 437, 482, 517, 536,

530, 560
– his Bonmots, 390

his universal knowledge, 435
the Author, introduced to him, 213

his Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol censrued by
Johnson, 348
- his Essay on the Sublime,' &c. 165
- his · Letter on the Affairs of America,' 348

Richard, junr. Esq. 498
Burman, Johnson's Life of, 38.
Burnet's History of his Own Times, 205.

- his Life of Rochester, 349.
Burney, Dr. 404, 405, 489, 553.

Johnson's letters to him, 76, 86, 87, 139, 504,
543, 550.
Burney, his Anecdotes of Johnson, 88, 265, 471.

- Mrs. 137, 494.

Miss, and her works, 499, 517 544, 554.
Burrowes, Rev. Robert, remarks and imitations by, 553
Burton's books, 510.

- Anatomy of Melancholy,' 10, 175, 277.
Bute, Earl of, 102, 248, 286, 311, 469.

- Johnson's letters to, 103, 104
Butter, Dr. 288, 337, 340, 558.
Byng, Admiral, 177.

his Epitaph, 84.
Hon. John, his Letter to Mr. Malone, 563.

Blackfriars Bridge, 95
Black-letter books, their value, 175
Blacklock's poetry, 129
Blackmore, Sir Richard, assisted in his Creation,' 171
Blackstone, Sir William, 257, n., 267, n. ; 458
Biackmore, Sir William, Johnson's Life of, 446, n.
Blackwall, Anthony, 17
Blagden, Dr. 438
Blair, Rev. Dr. Hugh, his Sermons, 317, 319-341, 396,

460
- his account of Popes's Essay on Man,' 416
- Rev. Robert, author of The Grave,' 301
- Robert, Esq. Solicitor-General for Scotland, 301, n.
Blake, Admiral, Johnson's Life of, 36
Blaney, Elizabeth, 5, 548
Blank verse, 118, 176, 370, 394, 435 442, 448
Blenheim Park, 279
Blue-stocking club, 102, 463
Boerhaave, Johnson's Life of, 35
Boetius magis Philosophus quàm Christianas, 177
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, first Viscount, his works,

70
Bolton, Mr. Birmingham, 282
Bonaventura, 139
Books and booksellers, 272, 343, 379, 518
Boothby, Miss Hill, some account of, 446, n.
- Johnson's letter to, 446, n.
Boscawen, Hon. Mrs. 393
Boscovitch, Pere, 176
Bosville, Godfrey, Esq. 428

Mrs., 190
BoSWELL, (the Author of this work.)

- introduced to Johnson, 107, 108

his' Account of Corsica,' 153, 156-160
elected of the LITERARY CLUB, 213
his Letter to the People of Scotland,' 483

his Letter on Fox's India Bill, 512, 513
For other matters, see, 131, 140, 152, 170, 200, 267,
381, 398, 403, 404, 418, 419, 478

- Johnson's argument in favour of his trying
his fortune in London, 540

- Johnson's excellent letter to him on his suc-
ceeding to his estate, 478

- Johnson's other letters to him, 131, 139, 145,
156, 160, 171, 181. 183, 201, 202, 221, 222, 223, 224,
225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 236, 256, 257,
266, 268, 270, 271, 300, 315, 316, 319, 320, 321, 325,
326, 328 329, 331, 354. 356, 376, 403, 412, 413, 414,
419, 420, 421, 426, 429, 452, 476, 478, 501, 507, 511,

512, 513, 539, 550, & seq.
BOSWELL, letters to Johnson from him, 146, 156, 181,

182, 265, 201, 222, 223, 225, 226, 227, 230, 231, 235,
258, 271, 314, 319, 320, 321, 323, 327, 329, 330, 355,
359, 376, 402, 411, 413, 418, 420, 425

Mrs. 222, 223, 339, 356, 420

-- Johnson's letters to, 313, 328, 479; her
answer, 482

- Dr. his character of Johnson, 290
- Thomas David, Esq. 426, 563

- James, Esq. (the author's second son, (291,
375, n.

- Veronica,(the author's eldest daughter) 329, n.
« Bourchier, Governor, 456
Boufflers, Mad. de, 265
“Boulter's Monument, a poem, &
Bowles, William, Esq. 502
Bowyer, Printer, his life, 547
Boyse, Mr. Samuel, 560, n.
Braithwaite, Daniel, Esq. 516
Bramhall, Archbishop, his work on Liberty and Neces.

sity, 169
Bribery, 247
Brocklesby, Dr. his kind attention to Johnson, 484, 501,
502, 512, 515, 536, 557, 562

- Johnson's letters to, 502, 508, f seq.
Brodie, Captain, 17, n. 285, n.
Brown, Thomas, Johnson's English teacher, 7

--- Dr. John, 178
Browne, Isaac Hawkins, Esq. 242

Calimachus, 430.
Cambridge, Richard Owen, Esq., 252, 368, 490.

- University, Johnson's visit to, 135.
Camden, Charles, first Lord, 387.
Cameron, Dr. Archibald, 35.
Campbell, Hon. Archibald, 200, 524.

Dr. John, 115, 154, 199.
his Political Survey,' 279.
Rev. Dr. Thomas, 244, 245,

Mungo, 348.
Candidates at Elections, Johnson's excellent advice to

them, for their conduct during the contest, 514
Canus, Melchior, 260.
Capel's Shakspeare, 431.
Cardan, his method of composing his mind, 344.
Careless, Mrs. Johnson's love, 28.
• Careless Husband,'Comedy of, 44, n.
Carleton, Captain, his Memoirs,' 534.
Carlisle, Earl of, 464, 506.
Carte, Thomas, the historian, 6.
Carter, Mrs. Elizabeth, 29, 33, 51, 341, 456, 5
Carthusians, 275.
Cathcart, Lord, 398
Catholics. See Religion
Cator, John, Esq., Johnson's character of him, and his

fine seat, 529.
Cattle extraordinary, 336.
Cave, Mr. Edward, Johnson's Life of, 67. 193, 30,

- Johnson's letters to him, 19,24, 28, 29, 32, 33, 3,
Chamberlayne, Rev. Mr. 522.
Chambers, Catherine, 92, 152.

- Ephraim, his proposal for his Dictionary
(probably for the second edition of it,) and Sir W.
Temple's writings contributed to form Johnson's
style, 57.

- Sir Robert, 220, 221.
- Johnson's letter to him, 72.

- Sir William, 488,- Heroic Epistle' to him
proved by Johnson, 464
Chamier, Anthony, Esq. 133, 368
Chapone, Mrs. 52.

-Johnson's letter to, 507.
Charade, Johnson's, on Dr. Bernard, Lord Bishop

Limerick, 490
Charlemont, James, first Earl of, 456
Charles I. 253 .
Charles II. 245 Johnson's opinion of
Charles V. his celebration of his funeral obsequies in bus

lifetime, 366
Chastity, 281. See Marriage
Chatham, Earl of, 529
Chatterton's poems, 302
Chesterfield, Lord, 46, 67, 69, 204, 242, 400, 410, 484,58
- his Letters, 70, 242

- might be made a very pretty
book, 303.

Johnson's severe letter to him, R.

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Croft, Rev. Herbert, his Life of Young,' 447
Cromwell, the Usurper, Johnson's design of writing his

life, 502
Crosbie, Mr. Andrew, 255
Crouch, Mrs. 500
Crousaz, 33, 39
Cruikshank, Mr., Johnson's letters to, 546, 658
Cullen, Dr. 512
Cumberland, Richard, Esq. 300, 440, 583
Curates, the question of raising their salaries discussed,

331

Cheyney's English Malady,' 296-314
Cheynel, Johnson's Life of, 59
Children, 7, 125, 167, 296, 328

- always cruel, 121
Cholmondeley, Hon. Mrs. 37

- George James, Esq. 539
Christian, Rev. Mr., his solution of a strange fact at St.

Kilda, 154
Christian religion, evidence of, 118, 129, 322, 388
Churchill's poetry, 115
Churton, Rev. Mr. Ralph, his excellent remarks, 496,

524
Chemistry, 505.
Cibber, Colley, 36, 44, n. 110, 165, 245, 309, 246, 505,

See George II.

- Theophilus, his Lives of the Poets,' 48, 296,

297, n.
Clarendon, Lord, continuation of his · History,' 272

- his style, 370.

commendation of, 79, n. 162
Claret, its inefficacy as wine, 400
Clarke, Richard, Esq., 513
Clarke, Dr., his Works, 562
• Cleone,' Dodsley's, 87, 435
• Cleonice,' Hoole's, 229
Clergy, the, 175, 192, 213, &c. 331, 384, 388, 457, 487
Clergyman, advice to a young one, 427
Clerk, Sir P. J. 455
Climate, contributes little to happiness, 198
Clive, Lord, 415
Clive, Mrs., the actress, 432, 506
Club, Essex-head, 511

Eurelian, 389

LITERABY. See L.
Coachmakers'-hall Debating Society, 459
Cobb, Mrs. 418
Cock-lane Ghost, 112, 373
Colchester, 129
Collections in writing, their use, 165
College tutor, an old one's advice to one of his pupils re-

lative to composition, 212
Collins, the poet, 105
Colman, George, Esq. 239, 243, 317

his Letter from Lexiphanes,' 554
Combabus, 304 n.
Commandment, the ninth, 42.
Condescension, 288
Confession, auricular, 269, 305
Congé d'elire, 531
Congreve, his works, 164, 166, 248

-- Johnson's Life of, 446

--- Rev. Mr. 7, 283, 287
• Connoisseur,' the, 116
O'Connor, Charles, Esq. his Account of Ireland,' 86
- - Johnson's letter to, 322
Const, Francis, Esq. 292, n.
Controversial writings, 291
Convents, 141
Conversation, 251, 278, 279, 304, 347, 396, 486, 487, 503
Conversation, solid, disagreeable to men of moderate

capacity, because they are left out of wmpany by

it, 303
Converts, 169
Cook, Captain, 290
Cooper, John Gilbert, Esq. 177, 336, n. 430
Convocation, the, of the Clergy, 129
Coriat, Tom, 192
Cork and Orrery, John, Earl of, 177, 246, 364, 368, 387,

434, 484
Corn-laws of Ireland, 178
Corsican language, 163
Cotterell, Misses, 63
Country Gentlemen, 198

should visit London with their
wives, to acquire topics of conversation, 345
Country life, 368
Courtship of great men, how far allowable, 141, 348
Courtnay, John, Esq. his poem on Johnson's character,

11, 57, 84, 239
Coverley, Sir Roger de, 254
Cowley, Johnson's Life of, 296, 442

the edition of his select works by Bishop Hurd,
296, 360
Coxeter, Thomas, Esq. his great collection of English

Poetry, 338

- the Lives of the Poets, by Shields, and Cibber

compiled from his manuscripts, 338, n.
Crabbe, Rev. Mr., his Village, 484
Cradock, Joseph, Esq. 299
Craven, Lady, (now Margravine of Anspach,) 294
Croft, Rev. Herbert, 524, 528

Dalrymple, Sir John, his Memoirs, 204

Sir David. See Hailes, Lord
Dalzel, Mr., Professor of Greek at Edinburgh, 193
Dartineuf, 278
Davies, Mr. Thomas, character and anecdotes of, 107,

158, 165, 223, 246, 247, 299, 359, 367, 432, 601
- Johnson's kind letters to, 503, 546

his Memoirs of Garrick, 426
Dawkins, Esq. the traveller, 468
Deane's Future Life of Brutes,' 155
Death, reflections on, 90, 169, 282, 387, 518, 524. See

Johnson
Debts, contracting them, the source of much evil and

calamity, 480
Dedications, Prefaces, Introductions, &c. by Johnson,

and remarks on, 40, 44, 46, 48, 66, 86, 94, 100, 100,

139, 147, 153, 202, 208, 229, 320, 662, n.
Defoe, Daniel, 373
Delany's Observation on Swift,' 367
Dempster, George, Esq. 112, 120, 233
Dennis, John, his critical works worth collecting, 290
Derby, some particulars relating to, 339
Derrick, Samuel, Esq. 105, 108, 126, 406, 489, 001
Desmoulins, Mrs. 12, 61, 300, 363
Devaynes, John, Esq. 516
Devil, the first Whig, 391

his influence upon the souls of men, 821
Devonshire, Duke of, 247, 407

-Duchess of, 542
Diamond, Mr. 63
Dibdin, Mr. 171
Dick, Sir Alexander, letters of, 318, 328, 512

Johnson's praise of his liberality as a Scotchman,

328
Dictionary of the English language, Johnson's, 46, 47,
106, n. 122, &c. 180, 202, 323, 416, 430

first published, 78
- epitome of, 81

Garrick's epigram
on, 80

- Mr. Harris of S&-
lisbury's praise of, 323
Dilly, Messrs. 307, 321, 466, 470

Johnson's letters to, 327, 413, 510
Diomede, his father's noble exhortation to him in the

Iliad, 177
• Distressed Mother,' Johnson's Epilogue to, 10
Dodd, Rev. Dr. 325, 332, 333, 341, 374, 377

Johnson's assistance to him, 333, 334
Johnson's opinion concerning him, 494

Johnson's letters to him, 334, 335
Doddington, George Bubb, Esq. (afterwards Lord Mel-

combe,) 56, n. 448, n.
Dodsley, Robert, 29, 69, 278, 299, 435
Dogs do not compare, 167
Dominicetti's baths, 233
Dossie, Mr. 432
Douglas, Rev. Dr. (Bishop of Salisbury,) 29, 59, 68, n

158, 517
Douglas Cause, 154, 210
Drake, Sir Francis, Johnson's Life of, 36
Draughts, game of, 84
Dreams, 431

Drelincourt on death,' 189
Drumgould, Colonel, 263
Drummond, Mr. William, Johnson's letters to, 147, 148,
149

Dr. 314
Drunkenness. See Wine
Dryden, Johnson's Life of, 309, 308, 440, 442

- compared with Pope, 140, 163
— has sometimes a profundity which Pope could
never reach, 163

- his style easily distinguished from that of
others, 377

- his description of life, 528
- his character at Will's Coffee house, 309

his lines on royal patronage, 208
his Prologues, 240
puzzled himself about predestination, 308

Duelling, 198, 209, 498
Du Halde's Account of China,' 155
Dunbar, Dr. 496

Dunciad, 'Pope's, written primarily for fame, 243
Duncombe, William, Esq. 3887
Dundas, Right Hon. Henry, 355
Dunning, Mr., his high compliment to Johnson, 364
Dury, Major-General Alexander, 90
Dyer's Fleece,'290
Dyer, Samuel, Esq. 133, 144, 432
Easter, 224
Eccles, Rer. Mr. 98

Esq. 117
Economy, petty, hardly worth while, 457
Edinburgh Royal Society transactions, absurd criticism

on Johnson in, 437
Education, 21, 125, 126, 141, 255, 276, 291, 342, 402,
410, 528

Johnson of opinion that we ought not to re-
fine too much in the education of our children, 342
Edwards, Thomas, Esq. his 'Canons of Criticism,'69, n.

Rev. Dr., Johnson's letter to, 405
- Mr. Johnson's fellow collegian,) anecdotes
of, 334, 459

of New England, 280
Eglintoune, Alexander, Earl of, 159, 268
Egotism, 342, 01, 421
Eld, Mr. 01
Elibank, Patrick, Lord, 295, 313, 432, 463
Eliot, Edward, of Port Eliot (first Lord, ) 454, 534
Elisabeth, Queen of England, rate of her learning, 433
Elis, Mr. John, 223
Elphinstone, Mr. James, his edition of The Rambler,' 53

Johnson's letters to, 54
Elwal, the enthusiast, 18, 217
Emigration,
Emmet, Mrs. the Actress, 284
English Poets, the selection of them for the general and

collected edition of their works, made by the book-

sellers, and not by Johnson, 406
Entaiks, 207, 271, 273, 274

- Johnson's letters on, 208, 22, 270, 271
Eary, 152, 22,
Epilogue to The Distressed Mother,' 10
Episcopacy, 46. See Bishops
Epitaphs *, 485

Essay on, 38
Erasmus Johnson's opinion of his Ciceronianus,' 509

a passage of his applied to Johnson, 523, n.
Erskine, Hon. Thomas 1.

Hon. Andrew, both a good poet and a good
Ex-head Club, Sve to

Eugenia poem, 213
Kumelian Club See Club
European Magazine,
Aris Johnson's definition of, 22, n.
Kaution of aiminals 488
Exhibition of paintings 99
Fable sketch of one, by Johnson, 910
Flower, Rer. Mra Swatch, nonjuring Bishop, 406
False Alarm;' se Johnson's Political Pamphlets

Flood, his epitaph on Johnson, 565
Floyer, Sir John, 6, 516.

author of an excellent book on the asthma, 536
Fludyer, Rev. Mr. 278
Foote, Samuel, anecdotes and character of, 166, 16..

170, 186, 208, 246, 247, 372, 499, 517
Fop, a clerical one, only half a beau, 453
Foppery, never cured, 177
Forbes, Sir William, 313, 354
Ford, the Rev. Cornelius, 8, 399
Fordyce, Dr. James, 108, 561
Forrester, Colonel, 294
Forster's Voyage to the South Sea, 245
Fortune-hunters, 178
Forster, Mrs. Elizabeth, (Milton's grand-daughter) 59
Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 371, 482, 522
France, Johnson's visit to, 257, 258

- his journal there, 259, seq.
- the reason assigned why he did not print an ac
count of his travels there, 384

his opinions of that country, 400
Francis's Horace, 401
Franklin, Rev. Dr., his translation of Lucian's Demo-

nax,' and Dedication to Johnson, 430

- Benjamin, his definition of man, 306
French, Mrs. 445
French writers superficial, and why, 125

language, Johnson's knowledge of, 163

their manners and writings, 176, 400, 433, 503
Frenchmen use big words for little matters, 131

- in general know no more than women, 29
-- their literature, 176

- a gross ill-bred people, 400, 503
Frederick III., Johnson's Life of, 82
Friends and friendship, 63, 79, 183, 334, 410, 421, 427,

431

- whether there are any probable grounds for
supposing that they shall know one another in a

future state, 188, 387
Friendship, departed, 34, 331, 387

- one of its greatest pleasures, 202

an Ode, 40
Fullarton, Colonel, 401
Future state of man, 188, 351, 380, 495

different degrees of happiness in heaven, 141, 39
Gaming, 192, 394
Ganganelli's letters, 379
Gardiner, Mrs. 63, 506, 559, n.
Garrick, David, Esq. Anecdotes of, 21, 46, 49, 52, n.

65, 70, 108, 159, 162, 168, 209, 210, 211, 240, 241,
284, 312, 319, 370, 371, 381, 410, 411, 499

- his Shakspeare Jubilee, 159

- Johnson's opinion of him, 56, 110, 134, 165,
178, 197, 219, 241, 256, 276, 284, 2

372, 387, 410, 411, 451, 434, 516
Garrick, David, Esq. his death, 406

- Peter, Esq. 25, 237, 283, 284, 418

- Mrs. 461
Gastrell, Mrs. 285, 418
Gaubius, Professor at Leyden, his criterion of madness,
General warrants, 160
Gay, the Orpheus of highwaymen, 252, n.
Gentilhomme est toujours Gentilhomme, 137
Gentility, 137, 245, 390

- more virtues among the higher classes than

among those of inferior ranks, 400
Gentleman's Magazine, 26

nan, one bom so, always distinguishable, 178
George, I. 'King, 245

II. 35, 36, 32, 245
- JII. his accession and character, 96, 99, le,
153 424

Johnson's interview with, &c. 149
Ghosts, III, &c. 18, 193, 194, 31, 32, 39, 413, 461
Gibbon, Edward, Esq. 159, n. 247, 252, 366. 452

his imitation of Johnson's style, 5
Gibbons Dr. 468
Gillespie, Dr., consulted on Dr. Johnson's case, 512

- Johnson's praise of his opinion, 514
Gisborne, Dr., his anecdote, of Mr. Fitzherbert, 383, R.
Glowworm, Johnson's fable of, 210

his Latin poem on, 156
Gluttony, 129
Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, character of, 112, 114, & seq.

- anerdotes of, 55, 113, 115, 152, 163, 194, 195
19€ 90, 99, 905, 206, 207, 208, 210, 211, 212, 216,
2199 298 42, 437, 484

- treated by Charles, the first Lord Camden,
su extraordinary man, 307

- his death, 3 227

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