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SAILORS, their life, ii. 21, 211, 473.-
Salamanca Univerfity, i. 247.

Sarpi, Paolo, his Council of Trent,' i. 69.
his life by Johnson, i. 77.

Savage, Richard, anecdotes of, i. 64, 87. his life by Johnfon, i. 83, 7, 9, 91. enquiry as to his birth, i. 91-4.

his tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury prefented, ii. 115.

Savages, ii. 69, 2co, 449, 510...
Scarfdale, Lord, his feat at Keddlestone, i. 148..
Schoolmafters, reflections on, i. 45, 353.
law cafes as to, i.-375,7; ii. 179,

180.

Scorpion, curious enquiry concerning, i. 301.
Scotch, remarks on their pronunciation, i. 360..

Lairds, i. 222.

Scotland, and the Scotch, Johnfon's opinion of
and bon mots on, i. 231, 301, 312, 313, 340,
394, 409, 440, 450, 3, 7, 486, 495; ii. 17,
41, 4, 70, 88, 154, 191, 334, 389, 409,
434.

Scott, Sir William, i: 347; ii. 209, 383:
Scriptures, The Holy, ii. 74.

Shakspeare, compared with Congreve, i. 317,

322.

with Corneille, ii. 337with Milton, ii. 372.

Johnson's opinion of, ii. 338, 342. Johnson's edition of his plays, i. 95,. 175, 6, 9, 180, 3, 201, 263;-published, i. 270, 334, 389;-remarks on, i. 271, 380; ii. 72, 395;

Sharpe's Letters on Italy,' ii. 72.

Shaw, Cuthbert, his poem of The Race,' i. 290. Reverend Mr. his Erfe Grammar, ii. 107, 108, 474.

Shebbeare, Dr. ii. 396.

Shenftone, his verfes on an inn, ii. 29.
Sheridan, Thomas, Efq. i. 208, 9, 246, 318,
344, 361, 462; ii. 44, 283,452, 5, 522.
Mrs. i. 210.

R. B. Efq. his compliment to Johnfon in a prologue, ii. 115.

Shipley, Dr. (late Bishop of St. Asaph,) ii. 203, 5, 469.

Short-hand, i. 399; ii. 214.

Siddons, Mrs. her vifit to Johnson, ii. 467, & feq.

Sibbald, Sir Robert, M. D. curious account of,
ii. 188.

Simpfon, Jofeph, Efq. anecdotes of, i. 266; ii. 58.
Letter from Johnfon to, i. 188.

Sin, original, ii. 403.

Skene, Sir John, ii. 308..

Slavery, and the Slave-trade, ii. 174, 9;—and fee Negroes.

Sleep, ii. 153, 4:

Smart, Chriftopher, i. 168, 214, 476.
Smith, Dr. Adam, ii. 252.

his Wealth of Nations,' ii. 16.

Captain, his attention to Johnfon at
Warley-camp, ii. 274.

Society, civilized, its cuftoms, &c. i. 238, 240,
243, 278, 325, 401; ii. 209, 381.
Soldiers, ii. 48, 211, 273.
Somerville, Lord, ii. 354.
Southwell, Lord, ii. 438.

Spectator The, i. 392, 490; ii. 60, 7.
Spence's Anecdotes,' ii. 365.

Johnson's letters on the propofal to Spirits, evil, ii. 50c.
tranflate them into Erfe, i. 286, 8, 9.

Scripture-phrafes, i. 392.

Second-fight, i. 277, 355, 461.

Selected works, ii. 59, 188.

Senfibility, i. 321; ii. 40, 454, 5. ·
Sermons, the best, ii. 201..
Servants, i. 394; ii..242.

Seward, Reverend Mr. ii. 37, 143, 306.
Mifs Anna, i..11; ii. 38, 523.
William, Efq, ii..121.

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Stanhope, Mr. (Lord Chefterfield's fon,) his character, i. 144.

Statuary, ii. 22, 190.

Staunton, Sir George, letter of Johníon to, i. 199.

Steele, Right Hon. Thomas, i. 74

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Mr. his Profodia Rationalis,' i. 466.

Sir Richard, ii. 27, 356, 383.

Steevens, George, Efq. re-publishes Johnfon's-
Shakspeare, i. 334, 389.

Johnfon's letters to, i. 431, 2; ii. 102.
Steevens,

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Style, ii. 220.

Letters to Lord

Johnson's, remarks on, and on the imitations of, i. 122; ii. 156.

inftances of particular imitations, ii. 561, & feq.

Suicide, i. 402; ii. 423. Swearing, i. 364; ii. 166. Sweden, King of, ii. 131. Swift, letter to, as to Johnson's obtaining a degree, i. 67. Johnfon's opinion of his works, i. 245, 306, 462.

his life by Johnson, ii. 363. Swinton, Reverend Mr. anecdote of, i. 148. Sydenham, Dr.-Johnson's life of, i. 81.

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Temple, Reverend Mr. i. 277, 460.

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Torture, how ufed in Holland, i, 255. Tory, Johnfon's definition of, ii. 399, 501. Towers, Dr. Joseph, i. 460.

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his Effay on the Life,' &c. of Johnson, ii. 348.

Townshend, Right Hon. Charles, anecdote of, i. 398.

Trade, Johnson's remarks on, i. 323.
Tranflation, i. 39; ii. 62.

Traveller, The,' Goldfmith's poem of, i.

Johnson's lines in, i. 276.-His high praise of, ii.

Travelling, ii. 47, 61, 194, 213, 233, 270, 1, 510, 517.

Travels, the authour's, his intention of publishing, ii. 233. Trimbleftown, Lord, ii. 188.

Trinity, Johnfon's belief in, and juft difappro

bation of its being difcuffed in a mixed company, i. 419.

Truth, importance of a regard to, i. 237; ii. 19, 132, 188, 9, 300, 332, 379, 434, 440, 507, 544.

Twifs's travels in Spain, i. 477.

Tyers, Mr. Thomas, anecdotes of, ii. 237.

his well-written character, of Gray, ii. Tytler's, vindication of Mary Queen of Scots,

425.

i. 192.

Since the note referred to was written, the Cafe has received the determination of the Court of King's Bench; but it turned chiefly on the informality of the Indictment, and did not go into the general principles of "libels on the dead."See Term Reports, Hilary Term,. 31 Geo. III.

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WALES, Johnfon's vifit to, i. 439

Wall, Dr. ii. 502.

Wall of China, ii. 213.

Waller, i. 485; ii. 248.

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his life. ii. 123, 269.

Weather, its influence, i. 232, 245, 484; ii. 483, 538, 543.

Webfter, Reverend Dr. Alexander, i. 48, 432.
Wedderburne, Alexander, Efq.-See Lougl.bo-
rough, Lord.

Welch, Saunders, Efq. ii. 269, 271, 298.
Letter of Johnfon to, ii. 269.
Wentworth, Mr.-Johnfon at his fchool, i. 16.
Welley, Reverend John, ii, 190, 231.

Letter of Johnfon to, ii. 294.
Weftcote, Lord, confirms to Johnson the truth
of his nephew Lord Lyttelton's vifion, ii.
505.
Weftminster abbey, firft mufical feftival at, ii.

7.

Wetherell, Reverend Dr. ii. 23, 509.
Letter of Johnfon to, ii. 12.

Wheeler, Reverend Dr. ii. 277.

Johnfon's letter to, ii. 12.

Whigs, Johnfon's definition of, ii. 399; no great private enmity between them and Tories, ii. 501.

Whitefield, Reverend George, his character,

i. 33, 314; ii. 304.

Whitefoord, Caleb, Efq. ii. 518.

Whitehead, Paul, i. 64, 217.

Whole Duty of Man,' conjectures on its authour, i. 408.

extract from his Divine Poefie,' as to Wife, qualities of, Sir Thomas Overbury's

the communion of faints, ii. 500.

Johnfon's life of, ii. 347.

Walmsley, Gilbert, Efq. character of, i. 35.

his letter recommending Johnfon and Garrick, i. 48.

Walpole, Hon. Horace, ii. 514.

Sir Robert, his adminiftration defended, i. 66.

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verfes on, i. 312.

Wilkes, John, Efq. his jeu d'efprit on Johnson's

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Dictionary, i. 166.

meetings between him and Johnson, ii. 80, & feq. 389.

Johnfon's opinion of him, ii. 163. anecdote of gallantry related by him, ii. 523.

his advice how best to speak at the bar of the Houfe of Commons, ii. 187.

his pleafantry on Johnfon and himself, as to their politicks and religion, ii. 187. K. William III. i. 474

Williams, Mr. Zachariah, account of, i. 149,

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Williams, Mrs. Anna, her death, ii, 463, 7.

Mifs Helen Maria, ii. 495.

Willon, Reverend Mr. letter of Johnfon to, ii. 430.

Windham, Right Hon. William, letters of Johnfon to, ii. 458, 545, 6;-and fee ii. 540. 576.

Wine, the ufe of, i. 378, 380; ii. 20, 64, 154, 199, 202, 248, 254, 286, 290, 371, 6, 383.

Wirtemberg, Prince of, anecdote of, i, 373,
Wit, ii. 391, 2.

Witches, 1. 372; ii. 286.

Wraxall, Mr. ii. 316.

The World, (periodical effays,) i, 228.

X.

XERXES, Juvenal's fine verfes on, i. 401.

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YOUNG, Dr. his Night Thoughts,' i, 322; ii. 362.

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Johnfon's life of, i. 361.
anecdotes of, ii. 400, 2,

his fine image of delicate fatire, ii.

Mr. (Greek Profeffor at Glasgow,) his Criticifm on Gray's Elegy,' in imi tation of Johnfon, ii. 565.

Z.

ZECK, Luke, anecdote of, i. 275~~

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Page 133, line 24, for a warren, read free warren.

P. 136, 1.6, for is certainly the performance of Dr. Charles Bathurst, read has been erroneously afcribed to Dr. Bathurst, whofe chriftian name was Richard.

P. 173, l. 16, 17, 24, 26, for Jennings, read Jennyns.

P. 160, 1. 8, for Pancoek, read Panckoucke.

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195, 1. 4, upon the word name put the following note:-I have had inquiry made in Ireland as to this ftory, but do not find it recollected there. I give it on the authority of Dr. Johnson, to which may be added, that of "The Biographical Dictionary," in which it has flood many years.

Ibid. 1. 4, for a book on the authenticity of the Gofpel Hiftory, read "An Enquiry into the Origin of Moral Virtue."

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P. 346, 1. 12, for one of his excellent prefatory difcourfes to his plays, read his excellent Dedication of his Juvenal.

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P. 367, in Note, for Chalmers, read Chambers.

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