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JOHNSONIANA — CONTINUED.

CONTENTS.

Part XXI. ANECDOTES BY NORTHCOTE

XXII.

Miss SEWARD

XXIII.

PARR

XXIV.

BARETTI

XXV.

PERCY

XXVI.

LADY KNIGHT

XXVII.

STOCKDALE

XXVIII.

Miss HAWKINS

XXIX.

Nichols

XXX.

MURPHY

XXXI. CRITICAL REMARKS BY DRAKE

XXXII. ANECDOTES;' Oʻinions, And REMARKS,

BY Yarious Person's
XXXIII. JEUX, D'ESPRIT ON Johnson's Bio-

GRAPHERS
XXXIV. MemoIR 'Om BOSWELL; ExtraCTS FROM

HIS LETTERS, &c. &c.

96

182

209

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Blue-stocking Parties, 116. Cibber, Colley, 119.

Bolingbroke, Lord, 67. “ Clarissa,” 2.

Bolt Court, 57.

Cobb, Mrs., 13.

Book and Author, 113. Colloquial eloquence, John-

Books, 151.

son's, 101.

Books of Travels, 152. Colman, George, his “ Post-

Boothby, Miss Hill, 9. 244. humous Work of S. John-

249.

son,” 193. ; his Imitation

Boswell, 18. 60, 61. 71. 123, of Johnson's Style, 286.

141. 143. 145. 149. ; brief Complainers, 60.

Memoir of, by Malone, 201.; Compliments, 7.

his Letters to Malone, 209.; “ Completely wicked man,"

his Tour to Corsica, 221. 3.

Boyse, Samuel, 63.

Cowper, William, on Bos.

Buchan, Earl of, 122.

well's Life of Johnson,

Building without a scaffold, 145.; on Johnson's Criti-

110.

cism on Watts, 160.; on

Burney's History of Music, the " Lives of the Poets,”

31.

161.; his Epitaph

Burke, Edmund, 60. 121. Johnson, 162.

Burke and Johnson com- Coxe, Rev. William, 118.

pared, 139.

Curiosity, 2.

Byron, Lord, on the “ Vanity

of Human Wishes,” 165. ; Death, 47. 71. 89.

on the " Lives of

the

Des Cartes, 246.
Poets,” 165.

Designs, list of Johnson's,

294.

Cambridge, 26.

Dictionary, the, 43. 129. 173.

Carter, Mrs., on Johnson's “ Dido,” Reed's tragedy of,

death, 117.

63.

Chalmers, Alexander, Dinner at University, 137.

Johnson's “ Limæ Labor,” Disorders of intellect, 92.

131.; his “ Lesson in 'Dodd, Dr., 126.

Biography,” 184.

Donne v. Pope, 135.

Change, love of, 112.

Drake, Dr. Nathan, his cri.
Charles the Twelfth, 53.

tical remarks on “Lon-
Chedworth, Lord, 118.

don,” 76.; on “ Vanity of
Chesterfield, Lord, 25. 142. Human Wishes,” 78. ; on
Choice of a wife, 111.

“ Irene,” 80. ; on

« Ram-

66

monu-

Johnson's Imitations of Ju-

venal, 30. ; his last visit to
Lichfield, 20. ; his “ Let-
ters," 94. 141. ;

" Lima
Labor,” 131.; manner of
composing, 42. ;
ment, 29.; person and
dress, 56. ; personal pecu-
liarities, 41. 56.; powerful

memory, 99; Prayers and

Meditations, 34. 95. ; Pre-

face to Shakspeare, 31.;

pride, 5.;“ Rambler," 46.;

recitation of poetry, 125. ;

“ Sermons,” 95.; his silver

tea-pot, 105.; his watch

and punch-bowl, 106.; his

willow, 128.

“ Johnson's Ghost,” 187.

Johnson's parents, anecdotes

of, 180.

Johnson's Portraits, 5. 97.

311.

Johnson, Mrs., 48.

Johnsonian words, 129.

Jones, Sir William, 163.
Juvenal, 30.

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