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Edward, Rev. Dr. Edward, account
of, vii. 232 n. His Xenophon's
< Memorabilia,' vii. 232 n.
Eel, vii. 254.

Egalité, Duke of Orleans, viii.
162 n.

Eglintoune, Alexander, Earl of, iii.
59.; v. 121.; vii. 6. 166.
Eglintoune, Susanna, Countess of, v.
118.; vii. 231. Some account of, v.
120 n. 121.

Egmont, John, first Earl of, his 'His-
tory of the House of Yvery,' viii.
188.

Egmont, John, second Earl of, his

'Faction Detected,' i. 158 n.
Egotists, the four classes of, vi. 314.
Egyptians, ancient, question as to
their colour, viii. 105 n.

Eld, Mr., of Staffordshire, vii. 179.
Eldon, Earl of, iv. 45.

Election committees, duty of mem-
bers of parliament sitting upon,
viii. 48.

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204. His translation of Martial, vii.
93.

'Elvira,' Mallet's tragedy of, ii. 184.
Elwall, E., the enthusiast, iii. 195.
294.

Emigration, iv. 17. 77. 214. 310.;
v. 28.

Emphasis, modes of placing, in read-
ing the ninth commandment, i. 198.
Employment, vi. 324.

Employment, female, iv. 374.
Employment of wealth, viii. 162.
Emulation, iv. 101.

English and Dutch languages radi-
cally the same, vii. 353.; viii. 369.
'English Malady,' Cheyne's, vi. 213.
English bar, viii. 312.

English clergy, iv. 276.

English drama, viii. 236. 243.
'English Poets,' Johnson's edition of.
See Lives of the Poets.'
Englishmen, their cold reserve to-
wards strangers, viii. 181.

Englishmen and Frenchmen com-
pared, i. 215.; vii. 87. 362.

Kaimes's, i. 165.; ii. 166.; iii. 91.; Englishmen and Scotchmen com-

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pared, iv. 10.; vii. 359.

Entails, iv. 103.; vi. 36. 46. 55. 59.
Johnson's letters on, vi. 37. 38. 42.
44. 46.

Envy, vii. 108. 159 n. 371.

Epigram, Johnson's, to Mrs. Carter,
i. 154.

Epigram on George II., i. 166.
Epigram, ad Lauram Parituram, i.
180.

Epigram, ad Ricardum Savage, i.
187 n.

Epigram, Garrick's, on Johnson's
Dictionary, ii. 53.

Ellis, Sir Henry, of the British Mu- Epigram on the marriage of an Aus-
seum, v. 205 n.

Elphinston, Archbishop, iv. 92.
Elphinston, James, iii. 14. 246. 267.;
v. 238.; vii. 251 n. His edition of
the Rambler,' i. 245. Johnson's
letters to, i. 246, 247. Some ac-
count of, i. 245. His translations
of the mottoes to the Rambler,'
i. 266. Johnson's character of, iii.

trian Archduchess to Bonaparte, iv.
254 n.

Epigram on seeing Blenheim, vi. 81.
Epigram to Miss Mary Aston, vii.
200 n.

Epigram on Lord Anson's Temple of
the Winds, vii. 246.

Epigram, Dr. Trapp's celebrated,
ix. 10.

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Epigram on a religious dispute at Erskine, Hon. Andrew, ii. 184.; vi.

Bath, viii. 290 n.

'Epigrammata Sacra,' vii. 152.
Epilogue to Irene,' by whom written,
i. 228.

Epilogue to the 'Distressed Mother,'
by Johnson, i. 53.

290.

Erskine, Hon. Thomas, afterwards
Lord, iii. 207 n. 208. 210, 211.
Erskine, Hon. Henry, gives Boswell
a shilling for the sight of his' bear,'
iv. 31 n.

Epitaph on Philips, the musician, i. Erskine, Lady Anne, v. 137.

165, 166.

Epitaph on Sir Thomas Hanmer, i.
205.

Epitaph on Mrs. Johnson, i. 287.
Epitaph on Admiral Byng, ii. 69.
Epitaph on Johnson, by Soaine Je-
nyns, ii. 71.

Erudition, ix. 70.

'Espionage,' no word in the English
language to describe, v. 261 n.
"Esquire,' the title of, i. 1.

Essex, the unfortunate Earl of, his
advice on travel, ii. 216.

Essex Head Club, viii. 249, 250, 251.

Epitaph for a creature not yet dead, Estates, obligation in settling, vi. 59.
ii. 71.

Eternal punishments, viii. 20.

Epitaph, George Dempster's, on him- Eternity, iv. 165.

self, ii. 184 n.

Epitaph on Colin Maclaurin, iv.
44 n.

Epitaph on Dr. Smollet, v. 112.
Epitaph on Dr. Parnell, viii. 24.
Epitaph on Goldsmith, vi. 207.
Epitaph on a celebrated Italian, v.
289, 289 n.

Epitaph on a wicked man, killed by a
fall from his horse, viii. 206.
Epitaph on Johnson, by Mr. Flood,
viii. 423.

Etymologies, Johnson's, character-
ised, ii. 46.

'Eugenio,' a poem, lines from, iii. 284.
Evans, Tho., a bookseller, of Pater-
noster.row, beating given to him by
Goldsmith, iii. 246.

Evans, Rev. Dr. Evan, v. 204.; vi.81 n.
Evelyn, John, his book of Forest

Trees' mentioned, iii. 67.
'Evelina,' Miss Burney's novel of,
vii. 314. 332.; viii. 217 n.
Evil, origin of, iv. 120.; v. 111.

Epitaph on Johnson, by Dr. Parr, Evil speaking, vii. 251.

viii. 424 n.

Epitaphs, vi. 27. 204. 210.

Epitaphs, Johnson's Essay on, i. 165.
Equality, iii, 258.; vi. 145.

Erasmus, v. 195 n. 205 n. ; ix. 311.
Erasmus, Jortin's Life of, ix. 142.
Erasmus, an expression of, applied to
Johnson, viii. 299 n.
Errol, Lord, iv. 98, 99. 105 n.
Errol, Lady Isabella, iv. 99.
Erse language, Johnson's letter on
the proposal to translate the Scrip-
tures into, iii. 12.

Erse manuscripts, v. 243, 244. 248.

290.

Evil spirits, iv. 38.; viii. 292 n.
Exaggeration, general proneness to,
vi. 272.; vii. 262.; viii. 159. 199.
'Excise,' Johnson's offensive de-
finition of, i. 31 n.; ii. 48, 49.; vii.
203.

Executions, public, iii. 94. ; iv. 107.;
viii. 179. 331 n.

Exercise, benefits of, viii. 136 n.
Exhibition of paintings at the Royal
Academy, ii. 131.; viii. 191, 192.
Existence, vii. 201.

F.

Erse and Irish, both dialects of the Fable, sketch of one, by Johnson, iii.

same language, iii. 184.

Erse songs, iv. 121. 175. 262.

Erskine, Sir Harry, ii, 158.

274.

'Fable of the Bees,' Mandeville's, iii.

100.

Facility of composition, Johnson's ex-
traordinary, viii. 1.
Faction, viii. 190.
Factiousness, viii. 83 n.

Facts, mischief of mingling them with
fiction, viii. 177.

Fairfax's 'Tasso,' viii. 5.
Fairies, vii. 364.

'Fairy Queen,' Spenser's, vii. 355.
Falconer, Rev. Mr., a nonjuring
bishop, vii. 239.

Falkland Islands,' Johnson's pam-
phlet respecting, iii. 151. 171.
False Alarm,' Johnson's, iii. 120.
171.; vii. 377.

of, ii. 221 n. 241 n. ; iii. 113.; viii.
195 n. 291 n.

Ferns, the deanery of, viii. 46.
'Festivals and Fasts,' Nelson's, vi. 90.
Feudal system, iii. 212. 236. ; vii. 302.
Fiction, viii. 230.

Fiddle, difficulty of playing upon, iii.
267.

Fielding, Henry, i. 195 n.; viii. 255.
Fielding compared with Richardson,
iii. 38, 39. 207, 208.

Fielding, his 'Amelia,' vi. 163.; ix.

80.

Fielding, Sir John, vii. 326.
Fife, barrenness of, iv. 67 n.

False Delicacy,' Hugh Kelly's play Fighting-cock, v. 274.

of, iii. 37.

Falsehoods, vii. 57.

Fame, vi. 153. 303.; vii. 98.

Family influence, iii. 179. 305.; v. 282.
Family, men of, iv. 109.

Family residences, iv. 238. 240.
Farmer, Rev. Dr., ii. 136.; vii. 366.
Johnson's letters to, iii. 123.; vii.
325.

Farmers, vii. 217.

Filmer on Government, ix. 145.

Fingal,' the poem of, iv. 94. 178.
262. 327.; v. 137. 224. 227-236. See
'Ossian.'

Finnon haddock, iv. 113 n.
Firebrace, Lady, verses to, i. 149.
Fishmonger, insensibility of one, vii.

252.

Fitzherbert, William, esq. i. 85. ; ii.
92 n. 130.; iii. 262.; iv. 271 n.; v.
294.; vi. 192.; vii. 258 n. 261.
Fitzherbert, Mrs., i. 85.; vii. 380.;
ix. 56.

Farnborough, Lord, vii. 161 n.
Farquhar, George, his writings, vii.
355.
Fashionable Lover,' Cumberland's Fitzmaurice, Mr., vii. 319.
play of the, iv. 193.

'Fitzosborne's Letters,' vii. 317 n. 318.

Father's Revenge,' the Earl of Car- Fitzroy, Lord Charles, vi. 102.

lisle's tragedy of, viii. 242.

Fawkener, Sir Everard, i. 209 n.

Fawkes, Francis, his translation of

Anacreon, ix. 14.

Fear, iii. 82.; ix. 101.

Fees, lawyers', iv. 70.

mance of, i. 45.

Flatman, Thomas, his poems, vi. 148.
Flattery, iii. 277.; iv. 55.; v. 202 n.
311.; vii. 175. 196.; ix. 65. 114. 119.
Fleece,' Dyer's poem of the, vi. 83.
Fleet Street, vi. 52. 149.

Fleetwood, Everard, vii. 176.

Felixmarte of Hircania,' Spanish ro- Fleetwood on the Sacrament, recom-

Fencing, iv. 63.

Fenelon's Telemachus,' v. 43.

mended by Johnson, ix. 180.

Fleming, Sir Michael le, ii. 249 n.

Fenton, Elijah, his share in the trans-

lation of the Odyssey, vii. S24.

Flexman, Mr., viii. 327.

Flint, Bet, viii. 80 n. 81.

Flogging in schools, vi. 28. ; ix. 131.

Ferguson, James, the astronomer, iii. Flood, Right Hon. Henry, his be-

103.; vii. 36.

288 n.

Ferguson, Sir Adam, iii. 202.
Fergussone, Captain, iv. 205 n. ;
Fergusson, Dr. Adam, iv. 34. 38.
Ferns, Dr. Thomas Elrington, bishop

quest to Dublin University, ii. 77.
His opinion of Johnson as an ora-
tor, iii. 157. His epitaph on John-
son, viii. 423.

Floyd, Thomas, ii. 244 n.

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Floyer, Sir John, on 'Cold Baths,' | Foulis, Sir James, some account of,

i. 38. On Asthma,' viii. 263.
Fludyer, Johnson's college compa-
nion, vi. 75 n.

Folengo, Theopilo, vii. 125 n.
Fondness, viii. 140.
Fontainebleau, vi. 9. 23.
Fontenelle, vi. 26 n.; vii. 78.
Foote, Samuel, anecdotes and cha-
racter of, ii. 121. 170. 183 n. ; iii. 95,
96, 97 n. 101. 113. 181 n. 182. 225 n. ;
iv. 27 n. 73 n.; v. 142. 232, 233.;
vi. 23 n. 61 n. 191, 192 n. 222.; viii.
168. 218. 227.; ix. 62. 129. His de-
scription of Johnson at Paris, vi.
23 n.

Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo, iv.
15, 16. 18. 22. 36.; v. 144. 168 n.; vi.
160, 161. 207, 208 n. 211.; vii. 29.
48.

Ford, Rev. Cornelius, a cousin of
Johnson's, i. 45 n. ; ix. 3. Ghost story
respecting, vii. 210.

Ford, Sarah, Johnson's mother, i. 29.
Fordyce, Rev. Dr. James, ii. 168 n.
169.; viii. 413.; x. 155.
Fordyce, Dr. George, vii. 59 n.
Foreigners, vii. 362.
Fores, iv. 120.

Form of prayer, arguments for, v.
110.

Fornication, iv. 219.; vi. 134.
Forrester, Colonel, vi. 138.

Forster, George, his 'Voyage to the

South Seas,' vi. 324.

Fort Augustus, vii. 235.

iv. 162 n. 261.

Foulis, the Messieurs, the Elzevirs of
Glasgow, v. 116.

'Fountains,' the, a tale, by Johnson,
iii. 10.

Fowke, Joseph, v. 436.; x. 119. 254.
262.

Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, iii.
177 n. 263 n.; v. 182 n. 288 n.; vi.
140 n.; vii. 84. 96. 103. 122 n.;
viii. 154. 262. 278. 295.

France, Johnson's Journal of his
Tour in, vi. 1—20.

France, want of middle rank in, vi.
8. 21.

France, state of literature in, vii. 87.
Francis, Rev. Dr. Philip, i. 169 n. His
translation of Horace, vii. 219.
Francklin, Rev. Dr. Thomas, the
translator of Sophocles, ii. 120.; vi.
210 n. His translation of the "De-
monax" of Lucian, and inscribed
to Johnson, vii. 380.

Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, iv. 28.
Fraser, Mr., engineer, vii. 180.
Fraser, Simon, Lord, iv. 255.

Frederick of Prussia, Johnson's Life
of, ii. 62.; iii. 45 n.

Free will, iii. 83.; vii. 133 n.
French, Johnson's notions of their
manners and customs, iv. 109.; vi.
22, 23.; vii. 215. 362.

French Academy send Johnson their
Dictionary, ii. 51.

French language, vi. 24.

French writers superficial, and why,
ii. 241.

'Fortune,' Derrick's poem of, quoted, French, credulity of the, v. 66.

Fort George, iv. 128.

Fortune, ix. 213.

i. 136.

Fortune hunters, i. 136.

Forster, Mrs. Elizabeth,

grandaughter, i. 267. 271.

French literature, iv. 247.; v. 42.;

viii. 231.; ix. 103.

Milton's Freron, M., the antagonist of Voltaire,

Johnson's visit to, vi. 6. 27.

Foster, Dr. James, some account of, Frewen, Rev. Dr. Accepted, iii.

vii. 357 n.

Foster, Thomas, surgeon, iii. 56.
Fothergill, Dr. John, vi. 99 n.
Fothergill, Rev. Dr. Thomas, John-
son's letter to, v. 272. Lord North's
letter to, v. 270.

283.

Friends and Friendship, i. 182. 248. ;

ii. 52. 81. 305.; iii. 95. 192. 218.; iv.
90.; v. 306. 185.; vii. 132, 132 n.
261.; viii. 93. 279.; ix. 54. 121. 138,
203.; x. 90. 270.

'Friendship', an Ode, by Johnson, Gaubius, Professor, his distinction be-

i. 182.

Frisick language, ii. 269.

Fullarton, Colonel John, vii. 219.
Future state, iii. 192.; vii. 20.
Future state, knowledge of friends in,

iii. 192.; vi. 293.; vii. 130, 130 n.
131.; viii. 279.
Futurity, ix. 123.

G.

Gaelic language, iii. 184, 184 n.; viii.
247, 247 n.

Gaiety, vi. 235.; ix. 41.

tween hypochondria and madness,
i. 65.

Gay, the poet, v. 14.; viii. 5. His
'Beggar's Opera,' vii. 173. The
'Orpheus of Highwaymen,' v. 314.
Gelidus, character of, in the Ram-

bler,' i. 253. ; v. 215.

Gell, Mr., of Hopton Hall, v. 196.
General knowledge, ix. 4.

General polity, ix. 28.

General principles, ix. 4.

General warrants, legality of, ii. 73.
Generosity, v. 153.; ix. 218. 298.
Genius, iv. 92. ; vii. 246. 333.
Gentility, ix. 54.

Galatians, Durham on the, iv. 132, Gentleman, Francis, ii. 155, 155 n.

132 n.

Galen, vii. 356.

Gaming, iii. 209.; vi. 140, 140 n.

Ganganelli's Letters,' not authentic,

Gentleman's Magazine, i. 95. 103. 123.

165. 171.; vii. 174.

Gentlemen, ix. 54.

'Gentle Shepherd,' Allan Ramsay's,

iii. 259. ; v. 120 n.

Garagantua,' Johnson compared to, George I., Johnson's character of, v.

vii. 129, 129 n.

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vii. 90.

Gardener, Mr., bookseller, v. 288.

Gardening, iii. 78. ; ix. 95.

Gardenston, Lord, iv. 74, 74 n.

Gardiner, Mrs., i. 289.; viii. 241.
Garrick, David, i. 83. 104. 106. 109.
112. 165. 192, 193. 209. 223. 227. 230.
234 n. 253, 253 n. 296. 299.; ii. 15. 53.
56. 82. 165. 172. 274, 275, 275 n.; iii.
23. 68. 79. 229. 268. 277. 286. ; iv. 266,
266 n. 305.; v. 90. 262. 264. ; vi. 96,
96 n. 174. 191. 291. 328. 330.; vii. 91.
93. 137. 160. 238. 241. 261. 352. 356.
372.; viii. 238.; ix. 11. 18. 67. 125.
133. 232. 237. 247. 280. 320.
Garrick, Peter, i. 109. ; v. 194 n. 247.;
vi. 94. 101.

Garrick, Mrs., viii. 73.

Gastrel, Rev. Mr., his gothic barbarity
in cutting down Shakspeare's mul-
berry-tree, vi. 106, 106 n.

Gastrel, Mrs., vii. 31. 237. 241. 269.
Gastrell, Bishop, his Christian Insti.
tutes,' v. 58.

Gataker, Rev. Thomas, 'on Lots, and
on the Christian Watch,' v. 32.

284.

George II., his severity in the case of
Dr. Cameron, i. 162, 163 n. John-
son's uniform invective against, i.
162.; v. 284. Johnson's epigram on,
i. 166. Not an Augustus to learning
or genius, i. 243. His destruction
of his father's will, v. 284, 284 n.
George III., his accession and cha
racter, ii. 118. 130. 140.; iv. 206 n.
v. 229 n. Johnson's character of,
ii. 130. Grants Johnson a pension,
i. 141. Johnson's interview with,
iii. 19. Happy expression of, i. 258.
His magnanimous conduct during
the riots in 1780, vii. 327. 329. His
alleged refusal of an addition to
Johnson's pension disproved, viii.
353 n. 372, 372 n.

George IV. See Prince of Wales.
' Georgics,' viii. 213.
Gerard, Dr., iv. 92. 136.

German courts, iv. 304.
Gesticulation,

221.

viii. 324.; ix. 173.

Ghosts, ii. 106. 180. 313.; iii. 175. 194.

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