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PAGL. Johnson, Dr. Samuel, the books of divinity which he consulted 540 is terrified at the prospect of death

545 is left executor to Mr. Thrale, but is aukward in the dircharge of his office

549 his epitaph on Mr. Thrale

550 his friendship with the Thrale family diffolved

552 visits Lichfield and Oxford

- ibid. becomes very infirm

553 his account of the death of Levett

ibid. stanzas by him on that event

55+ has a stroke of the paliy, June 16, 1783 his prayer for the recovery of Mrs. Williams

558 his disagreeable habits

560 his apprehenfions of and preparation for death 563, 564 after an exercise of prayer is wonderfully relieved from

the dropsy, under which he had for fome time laboured 565 establishes an alehouse-club in Essex-street

566 labours to prevent the second marriage of Mrs. Thrale his letter to the lord chancellor, declining an offer of his pecuniary affistance

571 vifits Ashbourn

$74 translation of an ode of Horace whilft there

ibid. in his return to town visits Lichfield

575 makes his will with several blanks in it begins an Agri Ephemeris, and prepares for his diffolution

577 his memorial of his deceased parents and brother ibid. translates fome epigrams from the Greek Anthologia into

Latin his prayer at the last time of his receiving the facrament 584 makes another will and codicil

585 dies December 13, 1784

587 refections on his death

589 report on opening his body

· 590 account of his funeral in Westminster Abbey

ibid. copy of his will and codicil

591 account of some of his relations not mentioned in his will 596 Jordan, tutor to Johnson, but greatly contemned by him 9 Irene, the story of

41 three tragedies founded upon it

42 Juvenal, Satire iii. account of Johnson's translation of

Johnson fells the copy of the imitation thereof to
Dodsley

60 Satire x. translated by Johnson

201

576

578

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518

K.
Kelly, Hugh, memoirs of
Johnson's prologue to his comedy, " A Word to the
Wife
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Kenrick

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PAGLA Kenrick, Dr. libels Johnson and Akenlide

346 Kent, (the architect)

373 Kilda, St. (island of) account of the inhabitants, &c.

476 account of the voyage of an inhabitant of, to Glasgow 477 King's-Evil, History of the Royal Touch for the cure of it

276

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531

L.
Lacy, Mr. joins Garrick in the purchase of Drury-Lane
Theatre

193 Lauder, William, his hatred of Milton

275 his false charges of plagiarism on Milton detected extracts from his concession

277 his conceflion retracted by his future conduct

281 goes to Barbadoes, and dies

284 Law, the concurrence of circumstances necessary to ensure success in a law-suit

523 the use of precedents in Lawrence, Dr. anecdotes of

401 Learned men, inttances of their being taken into the families of the great

455 Legislation, Hooker's sentiments of

85 Lenox, Mrs. account of a nocturnal feftivity on the publication of her life of Harriot Stuart

286 Levett, Robert, his history and character account of his death

554 stanzas by Johnson on his death

ibide Literary property, the decision on the question of

531 Liturgy of Edward VI. account of the controversy respecting it 450 Lobo, Padre Jerome, his Voyage to Abifinia, translated

by Johnson

21 account of that work London Magazine, contest between it and the Gentleman's Magazine

93

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396

M. Macbeth, Tragedy of, a passage therein illustrated by a relation of an affray on the Thames

443 Madden, Dr. submits a publication of his, to Johnson's correction

391 11 Ghie, Dr. William, memoirs of

232 Magliabechi, Antonio, his method of reading similar to Johnson's 16 Mande ville, Dr. Bernard, account of him

263 - his opinion of Mr. Addison, after a conversation with him 264 Manners, the refinement in, within forty years

261 Llanners, state of, when the Rambler was published ibid. Manufactures of this country protected by general warrants 508 Marmor Norfolciense, account of that publication

71 warrants issued against the author Martin, (author of the History of the Hebrides) account of 473

Misillaire,

133

PAGE. Maittaire, Michael, writes the dedication to the Catalogue of

Lord Oxford's books Mead, Dr. anecdotes of him

- 236 his rencounter with Dr. Woodward

245 Melcombe, Lord. See Dodington. Millar, Andrew, Johnson's arch reply to

341 Milton, John, attacked by Lauder as a plagiarist

275 defended by Dr. Douglas

276 extracts from Lauder's concessions

277 again attacked by Lauder Misale of St. Ifidore, account of

139 Mæurs, les, character of that work

226

281

N.
Newbery, Mr. engages Johnson to write the Idler
Newsnam, the engine-maker, a story of him
Nicholls Dr. Frank, a saying of his
Northumberland Houshold-Book, extract from
Novel-Writing, origin and progress of
Nugent, Dr. character of him

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Oldys, Wm. account of him

133 Osborne, Tbo. purchases Lord Oxford's books, and employs Oldys and Johnson in making the catalogue of them

132 fpecimen of the catalogue

134 character of him

149 story of Johnson's knocking him down with a folio

150 Ofian, Johnson's opinion of the poems of

488 Oxford, Lord, his library. See Osborne.

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P. Patriot described

492 - negatively described

493 Pembroke and Montgomery, Philip Earl of, a strange character 135 Penn, William, story of him

208 Pennant, Mr. commendation of his tour to the Hebrides, and of the concluding paragraph thereof

474, 487 Periodical Moral Esays, their utility

262 Physicians, numerous instances of the failure of their endea

vours to acquire practice, with reflections thereon, 235 et jeg. - the college of, attacked by Dr. Schomberg

241 Pilgrimages, observations on

369 Pitt, Mr. his speech in answer to Mr. Walpole's, on a bill for the encouragement of seamen

126 Political State of Great Britain, short account of that work 29 Pope, Mr. his opinion of Johnson's translation of the Mef

fiah into Latin his candout to young men of genius

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521

X.-
Pope, his Essay on Man, composed from the dictamen of Lord

Bolingbroke
not conversant with the ancient writers on morality

ibid. commencement of his acquaintance with Warburton 69 - an initance of his affected contempt of calumny

347 Precedents in Law, their use

531 Prisoners, the tenderness with which they are treated Prologues, their design

194 Prologue, by Johnson, for the opening of Drury Lane Theatre by Garrick

196 - at the performance of Kelly's play for the benefit of his

family Prophecies, forged to serve political purposes

70 Prostitution in authors, what

81 Psalmanaazar, George, account of him Pudding, extempore reflection on a

388 Puritans, Johnson's opinion of

541

518

546

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Q.
Quaker, anecdote of a female one, who kept a house of lewd

resort
Quin, ftory of him and Dr. Thompson

73

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333

R.

151, 330

271

Ralph, Mr. James, account of him
Rambler, prayer composed by Johnson, when he first under-
took it

265 - specimen of hints from which he composed fundry of the papers

266 - all except four written by himself translated into the Russian language

2G Rafjelas, Johnson fold the copy of it, in order to support his mother in her last illness

366 examen of that work

367 Religious Exercises, thoughts on

565 Remembrancer, a political paper written by Ralph

330 Rich, Mr. an elegant compliment of his to Mr. Garrick

433 Richardson, particulars of him compared with John!on

384 Rider, the Rev. William, a writer in the Gentleman's Ma.

gazine Robinson, Sir Thomas, is sent by lord Chesterfield to Johnson

with offers of friendihip, which are rejected. Anecdotes

of him Romance-writing, modern, the origin and progress of 213 Rota Club

274 Ruff head, Owen, undertakes the review of books in the Gentleman's Magazine

132 S. Salter,

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220

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PAGİ,
Salter, Dr. Samuel, character of him
Savage, Richard, ketch of his character
his parting from Johnson

86
Johnson writes his life

152
the author's intention in writing it

155
Henry Fielding's commendation of it

156
Saunders, Lord Chief Justice, history of his origin and rise 14
Schomberg, Dr. Meyer, his history

239
School-Instruction, Dr. Johnson's plan for

37
Secker, Archbishop of Canterbury, anecdotes of him

248
Selwin, Mr. story of a person under sentence of death apply-
ing to him to obtain a pardon

523
Sentimental writers, characterized

218
Shaftesbury, Lord, his definition of virtue

253
- a suspected infidel

254
Shakespeare, his knowledge of the human mind illustrated,
by a relation of an affray on the Thames

443
enquiry into the merits of the various editors of his works 168
Shiells, Mr. account of him, and his lives of the poets,
published under the name of Cibber

204
Shippen, William, anecdote of him

515
Sidney, Sir Henry, his letter to his son Philip

185
Smalridge, Dr. his readiness to visit the fick

365
Smith, Mr. John, a writer in the Gentleman's Magazine
Smollet, Dr. Tobias, account of him and his works

215
Southwell, Mr. Edmund, anecdotes of him

405
Spelman's Glofary, account of that work

136
Spirituous Liquors, seven millions of gallons distilled yearly
in England about the year 1740

121
Sterne, Laurence, account of him and his writings

218
Strutt, the attorney, an infidel, and a writer in the Crafts-

332
Sun Fire-Office, the origin of the

30
Symmetry, observations on

48

man

376

87

T.
Taverns, Dr. Johnson's love of, and reasons for it
their antiquity and history

ibid.
Taylor, (the Water Poet) account of him and his works 141
Taxation no Tyranny, account of that pamphlet

494
Tea, controversy between Jonas Hanway and Dr. Johnson on 351
- breakfasts of persons of quality before the introduction
of it

352
Thompson, Dr. account of him

337
story of Quin and him
Thrale, Mr. dies, and leaves Johnson one of his executors

547
- his epitaph, written by Johnson

550
Thurlow,

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338

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