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Fiddle-de-dee," 230.

Gluttony, Female, 106.
Fielding, 72. 293. 451.

Goldsmith, Oliver, 56. 75. 133
Filial Obedience, 101.

185. 216. 278, 309.

Fitzherbert, Mrs., 49.

Good Breeding, 8. 191.

Flattery, 57. 102. 106.

Good Hater, 27. 198.

Foote, Samuel, 55. 116.

Good Work, 282.

Foppish Lamentations, 36.

Government, 130.

Ford, Parson, 3.

Graham, Rev. George, 57.

Fordyce, Dr., on the Death and Grammar, 406.

Character of Johnson, 444. Gray, 431. 451.
Forgiveness of Injuries, 385. Greek, 151.
Fortune, Influence of, 192.

Greek Accents, 332.
“ Forty-five,” 194.

Greek, Johnson's Proficiency in,
French Academy, Pleasantry on, 15. 151.
15.

Green, Mr., Anecdotes by, 225.
French Invasion, 26.

Grief, 101. 104.

French Literature, 91.

Grottoes, 65.

Friendship, 48.

Friendships, 124, 123.

Friendships, Old, 108.

H.

Friends, Distresses of, 28.
Frolic, Ill-timed, 39.

Hammond, Dr. Henry, 129.

Futurity, Confidence with respect Hanway, Jonas, 152.

to, 110.

Happiness,"119.

Harris's “ Hermes," 221.

Harry, Jane, 319. 402.

G.

Hartley on Man, 407.

Hater, a good, 27.

Gaiety, 41.

Hawkesworth's “ Odeon Life,”

Gardening, 85.

395.

Garrick, David, 9. 16. 59. 111. Hawkins, Miss, Anecdotes by, 358.

120. 203. 210. 215. 224. 255. Hawkins, Sir John, Anecdotes by,
291. 295. 355. 421.

115.

Garrick and Toryism, 9.

Hayley, William, 230.

Garrick cited in the Dictionary, Hearth-broom, Johnson's, 249.

421.

Heberden, Dr., 288. 366.

Garrick's Library, Johnson in, 418. Hercules, Death of, 282.
Gastrel, Mrs., 227.

Hercules, Infant, 233.

General Knowledge, 3.

“ Hermit of Warkworth," 218.

General Polity, 25.

Heroic Virtues, 30.
General Principles, 3.

Historical Fact, 25.
General Rules, 6.

Hoarding, 47.
General Satire, 38. 87.

“ Hodge,” Johnson's Cat, 354.
Genius, 197. 271.

Hodge's Oysters, 81.

Gentlemen, 48.

Hodges, Nathaniel, 127.

Gesticulations, 155. 200.

Holcke, Count de, 437.

Ghosts, 4. 61.

Holyday's Juvenal, 288.

Giving away Literary Productions, Homer, 281.
13.

“ Honest Whigs,” 417.
Gibbon, Edward, 217.

Honey-suckle Wives, 53.
Glasgow and Brentford, 81. Honour, 25. 65.

Jane Sliore, 64.

Jansenists, 297.

Jenyns, Soame, 24.

Jesting, 39.

Jesuits, 297.

Jeux d'Esprit on Johnson's Biogra-

phers, 468.
Jews, 169.
Johusonian Words, 421.
Johnson's Nurse, 4.
Johnson, Michael, 463. 464.
Johnson, Mrs. 45. 46. 49. 51.

176. 315.
Johnson and Garrick, Busts of, in

Lichfield Cathedral, 464.

Johnson and the Thrales, 339.

Johnson and Peter Pindar, 311.

Johnson at Dovedale, 418.-

Langton, 419. — in Garrick's

Library, 428.--in a Stage Coach,

428. — in the Salisbury Stage,

441. on Horseback, 66.

Johnson and Madame Piozzi, by

Sayers, 497.

Intimacies, 124.

Intoxication, 356.

Introductions and Conclusions,

307.

Invasion, French, 26.

Investment of Money, 408.

“In Vino Veritas," 83.

Table, 202.

Johnson his Portrait by himself,

13. 369. 386.- his Charity, 28.

36. 135. 157. 199. 228. 252.-

his Beauties,” 314.- his

Courtship, 315. — his Agility,

435. — his Dress, 193. 358.

his Piety, 30.-his Incredulity,

41.- his love of Contradiction,

43.- his Dread of Death,

59. 60.- his Promptitude of

Thought, 65.— his Pride and

Severity,71. 310.— his Political

Creed, 130. -- his Powers of

Conversation, 134. 155. 238.

397. 431. his Library, 153.

his Funeral, 179. 331.-his

Gesticulations, 155. 200.- his
Recitation, 199.- his Personal
Peculiarities, 343. -- his Man-
ner of Composing, 344.— his
Kindness of Heart, 252. - his

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Humility, 253.-his Journey Knowledge, Every Day, 362.
to the Hebrides, 277.— his Knowles, Mary, 319. — her Theo-
Dying Advice, 397.

logical Dialogue with Johnson,
Johnson - Account of his last Il. 319. 402.

ness, and Death, by Mrs. Piozzi, Knox, Dr., on the Character of
112.—by Sir John Hawkins, 136. Johnson, 442. - on Johnson's
by Mr. Tyers, 158. — by Mr. Prayers and Meditations,”
Hoole, 160.- by Madame D'Ar- 443.
blay, 269.- by the Right Hon.
William Windham, 284.- by
Hannah More, 298.- by Mr.

L.

Pepys, 298.

Johnson - his Character, by Mrs. Labour, 104.

Piozzi, 95.- by Miss Reynolds, Laced Coats, 48.

by Mr. Cumberland, 211. Lad of Parts, 125.

by Bishop Horne, 301.- by Ladies, Learned, 116. 312.
Lady Knight, 352.— by Arthur Lamentations, foppish, 36.
Murphy, Esq., 373. — by the Langton, Bennet, 198. 359.—his
Rev. Vicesimus Knox, 444. — by Letter on Johnson's Death, 429.
Sir Walter Scott, 453.— by Sir Languages, 232.
James Mackintosh, 455.

Late Hours, 154. 178. 220.

Johnson, Portraits of, 136. 310. Late Marriages, 3.

394. 400.

Latin, 133. 282, 283.

Johnson's Willow, 420.

Lauder's Forgery, 366.

Jones, Sir William, 451.

Law, 38. 122.

Jortin's Sermons, 128.

Law's “ Serious Call," 137.

Joseph Andrews,” 293.

Law Student, Distribution of the

Juvenal, Johnson's Imitations of, Time of a, 122.
333.

Lawrence, Dr., 23.
Laziness, 133.

Lear, 64.

K.

Learned Ladies, 116. 312.

Leasowes, 121.
Kaimes, Lord, 126. 129.

Leave-taking of the Thrales, 134.
Keeping a Diary, 104.

Legendary Stories, caricatured, 20.
Kelly, Hugh, 118.

Lesson in Biography, or how to
Kempis, " De Imitatione Christi,” write the Life of one's Friend,"
128. 166.

133. 282. 283. 468.

Kettel Hall, Oxford, 430.

Letters, 166. 392.

Kindness, 106.

Levett, Robert, 40. 153. 347.382.

“King David,” 427.

Library, 153.

King, Dr. William, on Johnson's Lichfield, 364.

English, 450.

Lichfield, Johnson's last Visit to,

Kippis, Dr., 225.

324.

Knight, Lady, her Character of Lichfield Cathedral, Busts of John-

Mrs. Johnson, 350.—of Miss son and Garrick in, 464.

Williams, 351.-of Johnson, Life, 27. 30. 47.

352.

Life, Knowledge of, 86. 175.

“ Know Yourself,” 370.

Life of a Sailor, 91.

Knowledge, 384.

“ Limæ Labor," Johnson's, 423.

Knowledge of Life, 86. 156. Liquors, Strong, 154.

1

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Literature, 70.

Literary Club, 41. 295.
Literary Merit, 330.
Literary Productions, giving away,

13.
Little Books, 232.
“Lives of the Poets," 220. 227.

264. 279. 364. 391. 451.
Living, Art of, 86.
“ London,” 377. 451.
“Looking at the Backs of Books,

466.

Love, 67. 183.

Love of Change, 407.

Love of Literature, 406.

Lovers' Quarrels, 45.

Luck with Pupils, 74.

Lumières, Les, 32.
Lyttelton, Lord, 121. 231. 294.

409.

"Lycidas," 324.

Metaphysical Distresses, 296.

Metastasio, 52.

Milton, 279. 295.

Mimicry, 135.

Mind, 63. 186.

Mingling with the World, 103.

Miracles, 169. 286.

Miseries of our Neighbours, 46.

Miseries, Sentimental, 28.

Modern Politics, 26.

Money, Investment of, 408.

Money, Marrying for, 80.

Money, Want of, 80.

Montagu, Mrs. 58. 66. 231. 233.

278. 294. 409.
Montmorenci, Duc de, 233.
Moral Virtue, 30.
Morality, 191.
Morbid Melancholy, 189.
More, Hannah, 57. 109. 198.

290. 441.
Mortification, 306.
“Mourning Bride," 16.
Mudge, Zachary, Johnson's Cha-

racter of, 327.
Murphy, Arthur, Esq., Anecdotes

and Remarks by, 368.
Music, 126. 151. 190. 234. 249.

334. 427.

Mysteriousness, 87.

Mystery, 118.

M.

N.

National Debt, 24.

Nature, 120.

Nazianzen, Gregory, Johnson de-

scribed by, 329.

Necessity of adapting Knowledge

to the Purposes of Life, 383.

Needle-work, 88.

“ New Manner of Writing," 18.

Newspaper Abuse, 59.

New Testament, 284.

Newton, Sir Isaac, 451.

Nice People, 88.
Nichols, John, Esq., Anecdotes

and Remarks by, 364.

Nicknames, 76.

Night, 17.

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on Johnson's Funeral, 331. -

on Johnson's Churchmanship,

331.-on Johnson's Monument,

332. First Interview with

Johnson, 335.- on his “Prayers

and Meditations,” 336.

Party Heat, 436.
Pascal Lamb, 286.
Pascal, Pensées de, 24. 294.
Pathetic in Poetry, 64.
Patriots, 132.
Pearce, Bishop, 332.
Peas, Young, 18.
Pembroke College, 296.
Penance, Voluntary, 31.
Pepys, W. W., Esq., 43. 409.
Percy, Bishop, Anecdotes and Re-

marks by, 20. 174. 217, 218.

313.

Percy, Mrs. 216.

Personal Peculiarities, 343.

“ Peter Paul Rubens,” 311.

Physic, 38.

Physicians, 38. 117.

Picture of Himself, Johnson's, 369.

Piety, 30.

“Pilgrim's Progress,” 428.

Pindar, Peter, 311.- his “ Poet-

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ical and Congratulatory Epistle
to Boswell,” 477.- his “Bozzy
and Piozzi, or the British Bio-

graphers,” 484.

Piozzi, Mr. 323. 397.

Piozzi, Mrs. 93. 323. — her Cha-

racter of Johnson, 95.

Plague in London, 127.

Player, 111.

Pleasure, 37.

Pleasure of Hunting, 427.

Pleasures of Hope, 431.

Plymouth, Trip to, 310.

Poetry, Religious, 130.

Politics, Modern, 26.

Pomponius Gauricus, 434.

Poor, 27.

Poor People's Children, 7.

Poor, Treatment of the, 27.

Pope, Alexander, 16. 125. 174.

184.

Pope's Homer, 355.

Pope's Satires, 427.

Painting, 34. 151. 190. 308.

Painting, Allegorical, 125.

Palmyra, 33.

Panting Time," 431.

Parental Authority, 6.

Parents, 6.

Parker, Rev. Mr., Anecdotes by,

226.

Parliament, Seat in, 105.

Parliamentary Debates, 366. .

Parnell's “Hermit,” 208.

Parr, Dr., Johnson's recommend-

ation of, 326. - Anecdotes and

Remarks by, 326. — his pro-

jected Life of Johnson, 326.

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