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Anonymous Authors, 106.

Anson, Lord, Epigram on his Tem--

Abstinence and Temperance, 296.

Abuse, 57. 59.

Accents, Greek, 332.

Actor, 111.

Addison's Cato," 111. 130.

Addison's Prose, 64.

Adventurer," 292. 334. 383.

Affected Sensibility, 45.

Affliction, 104.

Age, 81. 192.

Allegorical Painting, 125.

Amelia," 72.

America, 10.

Americans, 27.

Amusements, 37. 86.

Anacreon's Dove, 12.

Anningait and Ajut, 389.

ple to the Winds, 23.

Apostacy, 319.

Apparitions, 61.

Arcadia, 223.

Argument, 398.

Arithmetic, 24. 62. 406.

Arkwright, Sir Richard, 132.

Art of Thinking, 237.

Ascham, Roger, 78.

Asperity of Manner, 136.

Assertion and Argument, 398.

Aston, Elizabeth, 226. 317.

Aston, Molly, 49. 51. 113. 314.

Attention, 4. 107. 109.

Authority, parental, 6.

Authors, 40. 106. 121.

Avarice, 47,

B.

Letters to Malone, 503. -his

Tour to Corsica, 513.

Babyhood, 7.

Boswell at full Length, 266.

“Baiting the Bear,” 219.

Boswell's Tour to the Hebrides,

Ballad Metre, 174.

280. 322.

Barbauld, Mrs., 4.

Boulter, Bishop, 185.

Barber, Francis, 67.

Boyse, Samuel, 40. 365.

Barclay, Robert, Esq., 416. Brentford, 84.

Baretti, Joseph, his Acquaintance Bright and cloudy Days, 103.

with Johnson, 338. - his Ac- Brocklesby, Dr., 158. 288.

count of Johnson at the Thrales, Brooke, Mrs., 293.

839.- his Rupture with John- Browne, Hawkins, 55.

son, 341.

Browne, Sir William, his Epigram

Barnard, Dr., 8. 194.

on the Universities, 9.

“ Bas Bleu," 109. 297.

Bruce, Abyssinian, 129.
Bath, 236.

Buckingham, Duke of, his “Re-

Bathurst, Lord, 10.

hearsal,” 16. 439.

Baxter, Richard, 126. 292. Building without a Scaffold, 406.
Beattie, Dr., Anecdotes by, 277. Burke, Edmund, 10. 74. 140.216.
Beauclerck, Topham, 61. 196.

313. 361. 415.

Beauties, Johnson's, 314.

Burney, Dr., 43. 233. 250.

“Beauties of Johnson," 153. Burney's “ History of Music,"

Beggars, 27.

190. 233. 253. 334.

Behaviour, 6.

Burney, Miss, 68. See D'Arblay.

Belief, 61.

Burton, Robert, 102.

Benedictine Monks in Paris, 31. Byron, Lord, on the “ Vanity of

Benevolence, 157. 199.

Human Wishes,” 453.—On the

Bensérade, M., his Verses " à son “ Lives of the Poets,” 453.

Lit," imitated, 12.

Bernard, Dr., 432.

Bewley, Mr., 249.

C.

Bible, 160.

Biography, 124. 413.

Cabiri, The, 436.
Birch, Dr., 121.

Calamities, 100.

Blackmore, Sir Richard, 128. Calumny, 229.

Blessing, an Old Man's, 416. Cambridge, 8.
“ Blinking Sam," 76.

Cambridge Richard Owen, Esq.,

Blue Stocking Parties, 410.

466.

Boarding Schools, 46.

Camps, 104.
Bodily Exercises, 2.

Canters, 78.

Bolingbroke, Lord, 38. 175. 369. Canting, 18. 30.

Bolt Court, 290. 359.

Capel, Edward, 176.

Bons Mots of Life, 30.

Cards, 38.
Books, Children's, 4.

Caricatura Imitation, 21.
Books of Travels, 102.

Carter, Mrs. 116.-on Johnson's

Books, Portable, 115. 232.

Death, 411.

Boothby, Miss Hill, 50. 314. Carving, 202.
Boswell, 11. 83. 266. 280. 295. Catholic Burials, 317.

361. 372. 415. 434. – Memoir Catiline and Tom Thumb, 26.
of, by Malone, 498. bis “ Cato," u11. 130.

Cato's Soliloquy, 227.

Compliments, 66. 102. 312.
Cats, 81.

Composing, Johnson's manner of,
Cave, Edward, 366. 396.

344.
Ceremony to Ladies, 192.

Composition, 135. 155. 175. 341.
Chalmers, Alexander, Esq. on Compton, Rev. James, 31.

Johnson's " Limæ Labor," Computation, 106.
423. — his “ Lesson on Bio- Conclusions, 307.
graphy; or How to write the Life Conferring Favours, 87.
of one's Friend," 468.

Confidence with respect to Fu-
Change, Love of, 407.

turity, 110.

Charities, 239.

Congreve's Mourning Bride, 16.

Charity, 28. 36. 135. 228. 251. Conscience, Scruples of, 73.
Charles the Twelfth, 355.

Conscience and Shame, 197.

Chat, Unprofitable, 61.

Contradiction, 43. 72.

Chaulnes, Duc de, 115. 233. Convents, 31.

Chester, Johnson at, 432.

Conversation, 30. 58. 67. 89. 115.

Chesterfield, Lord, his Son, 121. 155. 259.
Cheyne, Dr., 102.

Corneille and Shakspeare com-
Children, Education of, 5. 7.

pared, 17.
Children, poor People's, 7.

Cotterell, Miss, 193.

Children, showing off, 2.

Country Life, 85.

Children's Books, 4.

Couplet, Favourite, 231.

China, 288.

Courtship, Johnson's, 315.

Choice of a Wife, 77. 406. Cowley, Abraham, 129.
Cholmondeley, Mr., 82.

Cowley, Rev. Mr., 31.
Christian Religion, 115. 233. Cowper, William, on Boswell's
Churchill, Charles, 57. 129. 151. Life of Johnson, 436. -
Churchmanship, Johnson's, 331. Johnson's Life of Watts, 448.
Cibber, Colley, 413.

his Epitaph on Johnson, 450.
“ Clarissa Harlowe,” 63. 72. 182. Coxe, Rev. William, 412.
307.

Cradock, Mr., Anecdotes by, 214.
Clarke, Dr. Samuel, 124. 168. Criticism, 105.
289.

Cultivation of Memory, 7.
Climbing, 227.

Cumberland, Richard, Esq., Anec-
Clive, Kitty, 177.

dotes by, 207.

Clubs, 220.

Cunning, superfluous, 87.

Coach, 89.

Curiosity, 307.

Cobb, Mrs. 318.

Cyrus, 7.

Cock-lane Ghost, 151.

Cold Baths, 222.

D.

Colloquial Eloquence, Johnson's,

397.

Dancing, 38.

Colman, George, 133. his Dancing-Master, 33.

" Posthumous Work of S. Dangers of Solitude, 36.
Johnson, an Ode," 475.

D'Arblay, Madame, Anecdotes by,

Commandment, Seventh, 133. 249.

Commerce, projected Dictionary Daughters, 37.

of, 395.

David, King, 427

Compassion, 106.

Days, bright and cloudy, 103.

Complainers, 121. 362.

Death, 59. 108. 121. 225. 349

“ Completely wicked Man,” 308. 372. 387.

on

Death of Hercules, 282.

Dryden, John, 16. 388.

Deception, 222.

Dulness, 70.

De Lolme, M., 292.

“ Dying with a Grace," 110.

" Derange,” 118.

Devotion, 30.

Dialogues in Imitation of John-

E.

son's Style of Conversation,

238. 363.

Early Puritans, 119.

Diary, Keeping a, 104.

Education of Children, 5. 105.
Dictionaries, 107.

133.
Dictionary, The, 14. 153.346.467. Ellsfield, 436.
“ Dido,” Reed's Tragedy of, 365. Embellishing a Story, 124.
Diligence, 218.

Emigration from Scotland, 596.

Dinner at Dilly's, 319.

English Divines, Old, 123.

Dinner at University, 429.

English Universities, 329.

Disappointment, 103.

Equality, 117.

Disguise, 86.

Erudition, 62.

Disorders of Intellect, 390. Erasmus, 283.

Distressed Authors, 40.

Essay on Man,” 184.

Distresses, Metaphysical, 296. Essex-Head Club, 373.
Distresses of Friends, 28.

Eton, 70.
Diversion, 86.

Eucharist, 408.
Divine Service, 117.

“ Evelina,” 257.

Divines, old English, 123. 247. Every-day Knowledge, 3. 62.

Dockers, 229.

Evil Propensions, 189.

Doctoring one's-self, 179.

Exercise, 104.

Dodd, Dr., 117. 419.

Exercises, Bodily, 2.
Dogs, 45. 81.

Expiatory Penance, Johnson's ex-

Doing Good, 223.

traordinary, 399.

Domestic Companions, 109. Eye-sight, 158. 173.

Domestic Tragedies, 100.

Don Quixote, 91.

Donne versus Pope, 427.

Dove, Anacreon's, 12.

Dovedale, Johnson at, 418. Fact, Historical, 25.

Drake, Dr. Nathan, his Critical Faden, Mr., 367.

Remarks on “ London,” 377. “Fair Penitent," 111.

- on the “Vanity of Human Falstaff, 64.

Wishes," 379.

Family Prayers, 414.

380.-on “ Stanzas on Robert Farmer on Shakspeare, 311.

Levett," 382.- on “ Rambler” Fat Oxen, 21.

and “ Adventurer,” 383.- on Favourite Couplet, 231.

Rasselas,” 389. -

« Pre-

Favourite Verses, 184.

face to Shakspeare,” 391. - on Favours, 87.

“ Lives of the Poets," 391.. Fawkes's Anacreon, 12.

on his "Letters,” 392.—“Ser Fear, 90.

mons,” 392. Prayers and

Fear of Death, 121. 225. 349.

Meditations,” 392.

372. 387.

Dreams, 4.

Female Friendship, 183.

Dress, 38, 92.

Female Gluttony, 106.

Drunkenness, 356.

“ Fiat experimentum,” &c., 123.

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