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259 n.; vi. 130. His epitaph, by

his son, iv. 44.
M.

Maclaurin, John, afterwards Lord

Dreghorn, ii. 259. ; iv. 43 n. ; v.
Macartney, George, Earl of, ii. 134. ;

310.
vi. 139 n.; vii. 73 n. 322. ; viii. 30 n. Maclean, Alexander, Laird of Col,
Macaulay, Rev. Kennett, his 'Ac- vi. 27. 41.
count of St. Kilda,' iii. 41. 176. ; iv.

Maclean, Donald, heir of the Laird of
122. 124.

Col, v. 62. 65, 66. 68 n.
Macaulay, Mrs., wife of the Rev. K. Maclean, Sir Allan, iv. 167 n. ; v. 41.
Macaulay, v. 328.

57. 59, 60. 62 n. 69, 70. 75. 80. 84 n.
Macaulay, Catharine, i. 289 n.; ii. 329. ; vi. 229. 260.

233. 284. ; iii. 258. ; v. 277 n.; vi. Maclean, Rev. Hector, v. 12.

166 n. 198.; vii. 1. ; ix. 130. 144. Maclean, Dr. Alexander, his descrip-
Macbean, Alexander, i. 152. 216. ; iii. tion of Johnson, v. 41. 80.
238. ; vii. 347. ; viii. 68.

Maclean, Captain Lauchlan, v. 10.
Macbeth, i. 203. ; iii. 93. ; iv. 119. Maclean, Miss, v. 51. 60.
· Maccaroni,' iv. 204.

Maclean of Torloisk, v. 242 n.
Maccaronic verses, vii. 125.

Macleod, General John, Laird of
Macclesfield, George, Earl of, ii. 14 n. Rasay, iv. 162. 193 n. 215 n. John
Macclesfield, Countess of, reputed son's letter to, iv. 298. His “Me-

mother of Savage, i. 195. 201 n. moirs' of his own life, iv. 320.
Macconochie, Mr., afterwards Lord | Macleod, Lady, some account of, iv.
Meadowbank, vii. 35 n.

217, 218 n. 220.
Maccruslick, iv. 180 n. 197.

Macleod, Miss, of Rasay, iv. 195. ;
Macdonald, Sir James, ii. 235.; iii.

v. 11.
187 n. ; iv. 161. 164. 191. 285. ; v. 15.; Macleod, Sir Roderick, iv. 218. 223.
viii. 57.

Macleod, Rev. Neil, v. 78, 79, 80.
Macdonald, Sir Alexander, iii. 186.; Macleod, Malcolm, iii. 551. ; iv. 174.

iv. 159, 160 n. 163. 173. ; v. 48. vi. 197.
126.

Macleod, Alexander or 'Sandie, of
Macdonald, Lady Margaret, vii. 257. Muiravenside, iv. 179, 180 n. 195.
Macdonald, Flora, iv. 203 n., 204, 205, 197. 210.
206. 208 n. 288. 329.

Macleod, Dr., iv. 179.
Macdonald, Major-general, iv. 295. Macleod, Colonel, of Talisker, iv. 179.
Macdonalds, the, v. 174 n.

Macleod, Professor, his brother, iv. 95.
Macfarlane, Mr., antiquary, iv, 167. Macleod, Mr., of Ulinish, iv. 194. 223.
Mackenzie, Sir George, iv. 224.

258.
Mackenzie, Henry, ii. 127. His Man Macleod, Colin, iv. 193.

of the World;' 'Man of Feeling,' Macleod's dining tables, iv. 258.
iv. 309.

Macleod's maidens, iv. 258.
Mackinnon, Mrs., iv. 294.

Maclure, Captain, v. 54.
Mackinnon's Cave, v. 69, 70 n.

Macneil, of Barra, iv. 247.
Mackintosh, Sir James, v. 182 n. M'Nicol, Rev. Donald, i. 5 n.; v.

292 n. ; vi. 203 n. ; viii. 318. 320.

His character of Johnson, x. 168. Macpherson, James, ii. 168. ; iv. 95.
Macklin, Charles, actor, ii. 158. ; vi. 262. ; v. 138. 224. 227. 229, 230.
117.

233. 235. 243. 245. See Ossian.
Maclaurin, Colin, mathematician, ii. | Macpherson, Mr., in Slate, v. 47.

242 n.

242 n.

53.

Macpherson, Dr. John, his Scottish "Man of the World,' iv. 308.

Antiquities,' iv. 216. His Latin Mandeville’s ‘ Fable of the Bees,' vii.
ode from the Isle of Barra, iv. 297.

135, 136.; ix. 144. His "Treatise
Macpherson, Rev. Martin, and family, on the Hypochondriacal Disease,'
iv. 296. 299.

ix. 144.
Macquarrie, of Ulva, v. 53. 261. 268. Mandeville, Sir John, his ‘Travels
Macqueen, Rev. Donald, v. 143, 144. in China' recommended, ix. 317.

162. 173. 175. 177. 277. 231. 233, 234, Manley, Mrs., viii. 189.

235. 240. 245. 256. 263. 272. ; v. 333. Manners, vi. 176. ; vii. 375.
Macra, Mr. John, iv. 242.

Manners of the great, vii. 216. In-
Macraes, clan of, iv. 151 n., 152 n. stances of the change of, iv. 55,

56 n.
Macsweyn, Mr., v. 14, 15 n. 17. 33. Manning, Rev. Owen, ii. 321 n.
Macewinney, Owen, vi. 193 n.

Manning, Mr., compositor, viii. 323.
Madden, Dr. Samuel, ii. 8. 73, 73 n.; Manningham, Dr., vi. 302.

v. 258 n. His 'Boulter's Monu. | Mansfield, Lord, iii. 187 n. 222. 231.
ment,'ii. 74 n.

268.; iv. 18. 97. ; v. 147. 256. 277.;
Madness, i. 65. ; ii. 170. ; vi. 319, 320.; vi. 113 n. 213. 327 n.; vii. 326. ; viii.
ix. 117.

20. 168.
Madness and hypochondria, distinc. Mantuanus, Johannes Baptista, viii.
tion between, i. 65.

171 n.
• Mahogany,' a liquor so called, viii. Marana, J. P., author of 'The Turk.

ish Spy,' viii. 189 n.
Maiden assize, vii. 96 n.

Marchetti, an Italian physician, ix.
Maittaire, Michael, Johnson's cha- 317.

racter of, vii. 351. His account of Marchmont, Hugh, fourth Earl of,
the Stephani,' Senilia,' and iii. 190 n.; vii. 202. 204. 208. 267.
• Dialects,' vii. 351, 352.

308.; viii. 20.
Mallet, or Malloch, David, ii. 15. 85. Markland, Jeremiah, philologist, viü.
184. ; iii. 189. 276.; iv. 192. ; vii.

147 n.; ix. 88.
12. 280. 284. ; viii. 212. ; ix. 149. 195. Marlay, Dr. Richard, viii. 46 n.
His tragedy of 'Elvira,' ii. 184. Marlborough, John, Duke of, iv.
His Life of Lord Bacon,' vii. 13. 192. ; v. 205. ; vi. 81. 180.'; vii. 260.
His poem on repairing the Univer. Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of,
sity of Aberdeen, viii. 211.

i. 174. ; iv. 192. ; viij. 55.
Malone, Edmond, ix. x. xv. ; i. 9 n. Marmor Norfolciense,' i. 156, 157.

11 n. 42 n. 45. 67 n. 73 n. 88 n. 89 n. Marriage, ii. 110. 151. ; iii. 47, 48. 77.
174 n. 181. 187 n. 237 n. 240 n. 243 n. - 106. 119, 120. 196.; iv. 230 n. ; v.
247 n. 249 n. 253 n. 258 n. 268 n.

266. 316. ; vi. 88 n., 89. 93. 109. 117.
272 n. 284 n. 285 n. 286 n. 298 n.

143. ; vii. 153. ; viii. 293, 294.; ix.
301 n. 306 n.; ii. 9 n. 178 n. 290. 38.
Johnson's letters to, viii. 124.

Marriage service, iii. 119 n.
Man, v. 295. Not a machine, iv. 121. Marriage, iii. 120. Bill, royal, iii.
Said to be a cooking animal, iv. 179.

Picture of, by Shakspeare Marriages, late, ix. 3. ; Second, iii. 77.
and Milton, viii. 44 n. Difference Marrying for money, ix. 90.
between a well and ill bred, viii. Marsigli, Dr., ii. 140.; vii. 272.
321.

Martial, Johnson's fondness for, i.
Man of fashion, viii. 160.

71 n. Elphinston's translation of,
'Man of Feeling,' ii. 126.

vii. 93. Hay's translation of, v. 113.

28 n.

Martin's ' Account of the Hebrides,' Melcombe, George Bubb Dodington,
ii. 236. ; iv. I. ; vii. 73.

Lord, i. 244 n. 253 n.
Martin's ' Antiquitates Divi Andrei,' Melmoth, William, vii. 317 n., 318. ;
iv. 57, 58.

viii. 269 n.
Martinelli, Vincenzio, iii. 259. 262. Melville, Viscount. See Dundas.
Martyrdom, iii. 291, 292.

Member of parliament, duty of, on an
Mary, Queen of Scots, ii. 119.; iv. 32.; election committee, viii. 48 n.

v. 176. 188. 190. 226 n. ; x. 276. Memis, Dr., Physician of Aberdeen,
Mason, Rev. William, iii. 195. ; vi. 150. v. 223, 224. 230. 320. ; vi. 221. 228.

His Elfrida,' v. 275. His' Carac- Memory, i. 34.; iv. 65.; vii. 9 n. 285.;
tacus,' v. 276. His prosecution of viii, 107.; ix. 8. 185. 218.
Mr. Murray, the bookseller, vii. Menagiana,' iii. 285.; vii. 175. n.
138 n.
His share in the Heroic

200 n.; viii. 172 n.
Epistle,' viii. 91. 318 n.

Merchants, ii. 294 n.; v. 63.; vii. 353.
Masquerades, iii. 240.

Mercheta mulierum, v. 55.
Mass, iii, 111.

Merit, intrinsic, ii. 227. Men of, not
Massillon, v. 43.

neglected, viii. 160.
Massinger, his play of “The Picture,' | Metaphysical tailor, viii. 178.
vii. 289.

Metaphysics, i. 71.
Masters, Mary, 289 n.; viii. 241 n. Metcalfe, Philip, vi. 210. ; viii. 145.
Matrimonial infidelities, vi. 143. Method, advantages of, vi. 220.
Matrimonial thought, iii. 120.

Methodism, iii. 133.
Maty, Dr. Matthew, ii. 35n.; vi. 238 n. Methodists, ii. 246 n. ; iii. 133.: 138.

His ‘Bibliothèque Britannique,' ii. 141.; v. 143.; viii. 332.
35 n.

Meynell, Hugh, his happy expression
Maupertius, iii. 45.

respecting London, i. 84, 85.; vii.
Mawbey, Sir Joseph, iii. 65 n.

251.
Maxwell, Rev. Dr. William, his anec- Mickle, William Julius, 220 n.; v. 90.;

dotes of Johnson, iii. 129, 129 n. viii. 246, 247. 310.
Mayne, William, Baron Newhaven, Microscopes, iii. 24.
vii, 291.

Micyllus, Jacobus, v. 195.
Mayo, Rev. Dr., iii. 289. 291. 294, Middle state, i. 286 n.; v. 100 n.
295, 296 n.

Middle rank in France, want of, vi.
Mead, Dr., vi. 218. 311.

9 n. 21.
Meadowbank, Lord, vii. 35.

Middlesex election, vii. 46. 292.
Meals, stated, vii. 153.

Middleton, Lady Diana, iv. 84 n.
Medals, only valuable as a stamp of Midgeley, Dr. Samuel, viii. 189 n.
merit, v. 257 n.

Migration of birds, iii. 289.
Medicated baths, of, iii. 104.

Military character, respect paid to,
Meditation on a pudding, v. 93.

iii. 83.; vi. 125.
Mediterranean, vi. 154.

Miller, Andrew, bookseller, i. 211.;
Meek, Rev. Dr., ii. 18, 19. 21 n.

ii. 38 n., 39.; vii. 264 n.
Melancholy, i. 65.; iii. 34.; iv. 227.; vi. Miller, Lady, her vase at Batheaston,

70. 120 n. 213. 225. 319, 320.; vii. 301. v. 277 n.
311. 369.; ix. 209. Johnson's remedy | Miller, Professor John, v. 114 n.
against, ii. 232.; vi. 70. 120. 320.; vii. Milner, Rev. Joseph, his defence of
234. Johnson projects a history of the methodisis, ii. 246 n. Lauder's
his, iii. 34.

forgery against, i. 270.
Melancthon, Boswell's letter to John. Milton, John, i. 267.270.; iii. 283 n ; iv.

son from the tomb of, vi. 251. 255. 9.; v. 205.; vi. 21.; vii. 222. 253. 287.
366.; viii. 9. 12. 45. 306.; ix. 324. Apo- Montrose, James, third Duke of, vii.
theosis of, not written by Johnson, 256. ; viii. 86.
i. 155. Johnson's prologue for the Monuments, iii. 282. Inaccuracy of
benefit of his grand-daughter, i. 267. inscriptions on, vii. 239.
His · Tractate on Education,' vii. Moody, Mr., the actor, v. 282. 287.
2222 Johnson's Life of, viii. 9. 11. Morality, ix. 212.
His picture of man, viii. 46 n. More, Sir Thomas, v. 195 n.; vi.
Johnson's saying respecting, viii. 168 n.; vii. 91. 137. 322 n. ; viii. 73.
306.

77. 272. 306.
Mimicry, ix. 151.

More, Hannah, vii. 137 n.; viii. 306.;
Mind, vii, 190, 191.; ix. 71. 186. In- ix. 65. 123. 220. Her anecdotes of

fluence of the weather on, ii. 89. Johnson, ix. 318.
Management of, vi. 70. Cardan's More, Dr. Henry, the Platonist, iii.
mode of composing his, vi. 320 n.

192 n.
Miracles, ii. 230. ; vii. 5. ; ix. 189. Morell, Dr. Thomas, v. 91.
Miseries of human life, v. 295. Moreri's Dictionary, v. 42.
Misers, iv. 116. ; v. 48. ; vii. 174. Morgann, Maurice, his 'Essay on the
Misery, balance of, viii, 303.; X. 291. Character of Falstaff,' viii. 182 n.
Misfortunes, vii. 378.

Morris, Corbyn, his 'Essay on Wit,'
Missionaries, v. 143.

viii. 83.
Mistresses, ii. 151.

Mosaic account of the creation, ii.
Modesty, vii. 215.

134.
Moira, Earl of, iv, 196 n.

Moss, Dr., viii. 46.
Moltzer, Jacobus, v. 195 The

Motto on the dial-plate of Johnson's
Monarchy, vi. 167.

watch, iii. 48.
Monasteries, ii. 132. 312. ; iv. 58. Mounsey, Dr. Messenger, iii. 56,
Monboddo, James Burnet, Lord, and

his writings, iii. 73. 172, 172 n. Mount Edgecumbe, iv. 104.
225 n. 303. ; iv. 39. 73 n. 76. 82 n. Mountstuart, Lord (afterwards first
114. ; v. 66 n. 125. 334. ; vi. 229. 310. Marquis of Bute), iii. 5. ; vi. 58 n.
316, 317. ; vij. 36. 319. ; viii. 105. 270. 114. 218 n.;

vii. 297.; viii. 108.
Money, iv. 57. ; vi, 324. ; vii. 97. 199 n.; 200 n. 217 n.
viii. 133. 137; ix. 90.

Muck, Isle of, iv. 243.
Money-getting, v. 261. ; vii. 256. Mudge, Rev. Zachariah, ii. 147.
Monks, vi. 4.

Johnson's character of, viii. 51.
Monkton, Hon. Mary, Countess of Character of his ‘Sermons,' viii. 75.

Cork and Orrery, vii. 320 n. 324.; Mudge, Dr. John, ii. 147. ; viii. 234.
viii. 87.

Mudge, Thomas, watchmaker, ii.
Monnoye, M. de la, vii. 175.
Monro, Dr., viii. 259.

Mulgrave, Constantine Phipps, Lord,
Montagu, Mrs., iii. 89.91. 145.; iv. 267.; iv. 256. ; vi. 123, 124 n.

vii. 74. 229. 247. 315 n. 317. 319. 324. Mull, Isle of, v. 39. 41. 45. 52. 72. 78.
336. ; viii. 36. 46. 273. ; ix. 65. 254. Muller, Mr., engineer, ii. 116 n.
256. Johnson's letters to, ii. 113. Mulso, Miss, afterwards Mrs. Cha.
115 n.

pone, i. 235. 289. ; vii. 315 n. ; viii.
Montaigne, iii. 134 n.

242. See Chapone.
Montesquieu, iv. 220.; vii. 135 n. Murder, proscription of, in Scotland,
Monthly Review, iii. 25. ; vi. 150. iv. 14. 87.
Montrose, William Graham, second | Murison, Professor, iv. 60.
Duke of, vii. 70 n.

Murphy, Arthur, i. 220. 290. ; ii, 6h

56 n.

147 n.

83. 101 n. 121, 122 n. 296 n. ; iii. 84. | Nash, Beau, viii. 290.
140 n. ; v. 293. 322. ; vi. 147, 148, National debt, iii. 142. ; ix. 27.
149, 150, 151. 160. ; vii. 55.; viii. National faith, vii. 369.
250. His anecdotes of Johnson, X. Native place, love of, renewed in old
66.

age, viii. 131.
Murray, Lord George, chief of the Natural affection, iii. 106.
Pretender's staff, v. 323 n.

Natural equality of mankind, ii. 316 n.
Murray, William, Attorney-General, Natural goodness, iv. 222. 226.

ii. 49 n. See Mansfield, Lord. Natural right, vi. 38.
Murray, Patrick, fifth Lord Elibank, Nature, ix. 120.
iij. 161 n.

Necessity, doctrine of, viii. 331.
Murray, Mr., Solicitor-General of Needle-work, ix. 99.

Scotland, afterwards Lord Hender. Negro, Johnson's argument in favour
land, vi. 124.

of one claiming his liberty, vii. 21. 35.
Murray, John, bookseller (father of Nelson, Robert, his “ Festivals and

the proprietor and publisher of this Fasts,' vi. 90.
work), vii. 138. Prosecution of, by ' Network,' Johnson's definition of,
Mason the poet, vii. 138 n.

His ii. 47.
· Letter to W. Mason, A. M.' vii. Newdigate, Sir Roger, iii. 51 n.
138 n.

Newhaven, William Mayne, Lord, vii.
Murray, John, jun., his account of

291 n.
the various portraits of Dr. John- Newspapers, iii. 204. ; vii. 376.
son, x, 311

Newspaper abuse, ix. 66.
Muses' Welcome to King James,' New Testament, v. 116. ; vii. 143
iv. 53.

Newton, Sir Isaac, ii. 241. ; v. 13. ;
Musgrave, Sir Richard, x, 264 n.

viii. 118. 213.
Musgrave, Dr. Samuel, vii. 169 n. Newton, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of
Music, iii. 194. 307 n.; vii. 17. 72. ; Bristol, Johnson's character of, viii.
ix. 140. 169. 211, 257. 274. The only

286 n.
sensual pleasure without vice, vii. Nice' people, ix. 99.
369. In heaven, i. 166. ; iii. 194. Nichols, Dr. Frank, v. 299 n.; vi. 305.
Johnson's wish to learn the scale Nichols, John, viii. 4, 5 n. 34 n. 374.
of, six months before his death, 388. His · Anecdotes of Bowyer,'
iii. 307 n. His insensibility to the viii. 146. His Anecdotes of John-
charms of, ii. 131 n.; V. 47. ; vi. 29.

son, x. 62.
Musk, vii. 229.

Nicknames, ix. 35.
Myddleton, Mr., of Gwaynynog, v. Nicol, George, bookseller, viii. 247,
212, 212 n. ; vi. 298 n.

Johnson's letter to, viii. 369,
Mylne, Robert, architect, ii. 116. Nightcaps, iv. 300.; v. 37.
Mysteriousness in trifles, ix. 97. Nil Admirari,' ix. 118.
Mystery, vii. 53. 178. ; ix. 131.

No, sir,'in what sense used by John.
Mythology, vii, 351, 364 n.

son, viii. 318.

Nobility, iv, 103. Usurpation of the,
N.

viii, 245,
Nairne, William, afterwards Sir Wil. Nollekens, Mr., his bust of Johnson,
liam, iv, 27. 48, 48 n. 52. 58. 67.

vii. 32. 43 n.; X. 104.
Nairne, Colonel, iv. 67, 68.

Nollekens, Mrs., viii. 42.
Nash, Rev. Dr. Treadaway, his . His. Nonjuror,' Cibber's play of the, v,
tory of Worcestershire,' vii, 109. ;

258.
viii. 302 n.

Nonjurors, v. 258 n. 287.

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