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Nores, Jason de, his comments on
Horace, vi. 74 n.

North, Dudley, viii. 48 n. 56 n.
North, Frederick, Lord, iii. 153. 171.;
v. 163. 270. 316. ; vii. 46.

North Pole, Johnson's conjectures re-
specting, vi. 128.

Officers, military, v. 151.; vi. 124. ; ix.

55.

Ogden, Dr. Samuel, v. 6.; viii. 103 n.
On prayer, iv. 30. 66. His Sermons,
iv. 19. 88.; v. 61. 91.; vii. 79.
Ogilvie, Dr. John, ii. 202.
of Judgment,' ii. 206 n.

His' Day

Norton, Sir Fletcher, iii. 92.; vi. Oglethorpe, General, i. 140 n. ; iii.

110 n.

Nourse, Mr., bookseller, vi. 130.

Novelty, paper on, in the Spectator,'

vi. 151.

Nowell, Rev. Dr., iii. 178.; viii. 298,
299.

'Nugæ Antiquæ,' Harington's, viii.
170.

Nugent, Robert, Lord, iii. 153 n.
Number, ix. 27.

Numbers, science of, vi. 65.
Numeration, ix. 27.

Nuremberg Chronicle, v. 215.

Nuž voe EXET,' (for the night
cometh,') the motto on the dial-
plate of Johnson's watch, iii. 48.

0.

Im-

Oath of abjuration, v. 259 n.
policy and inefficacy of such tests,
v. 260.

Oaths, iii. 259. ; v. 141. 260.; vi. 160.
'Oats,' Johnson's definition of, ii. 48.;
v. 136n.; vi. 96.; vii. 114.
Obedience, vii. 139.
Obscenity, viii. 298.

'Observer,' Cumberland's, viii. 36.
Occupations, hereditary, iv. 124.
O'Connor, Charles, his Dissertations
on the History of Ireland,' ii. 76 n.;
vi. 243.

Ode, ' Ad ornatissimam Puellam,' i.
181. To Friendship, i. 182. Ad
Urbanum,' i. 125. Upon the Isle of
Skie, iv. 166. To Mrs. Thrale, iv.
169. In Theatro, iii. 154.
Odyssey, vii. 324.; viii. 18. 213.
Edipus, ix. 236.

Ofellus, in the Art of Living in Lon-
don,' who, i. 114.

Offely, Mr., a pupil of Johnson, i. 104.

215. 217, 218. 220, 221 n.; v. 294.

296 n.; vi. 173. 179.; vii. 123, 124. ;
viii. 90. 158, 159.,

‘Οἳ φιλοι, ον φίλος,” he that has
friends has no friend,') a phrase fre-
quently quoted by Johnson, i. 240. ;
vii. 132 n. 261.

O'Kane, Irish harper, v. 48.

Old age, vii. 10. 88, 88 n. 193. 203. 369. ;
viii. 171. 275.; ix. 91. 212.

Old Bailey dinners, vii. 192 n.
Old English divines, ix. 137. 247.
Old friendships, ix. 121.
Oldfield, Dr., vi. 180.

Oldham's imitation of Juvenal, i. 130.
Old men, folly of putting themselves
to nurse, vi. 112.

Oldmixon, John, ii. 49.

Oldys, William, i. 176. 202.

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Orton's Life of Doddridge,' iv. 303.
Osborne, Francis, his works, iii. 229 n.
Osborne, Thomas, the bookseller, i.
176. 181.; vii. 204. ; x. 96.

Ossian, ii. 168.; iii. 141.; iv. 37. 178.
262, 263, 264, 265. 327.; v. 138, 139.
227. 234, 235, 236. 243, 244. 247. 290.;
viii. 125. 173.; ix. 94.

Ostervald's Sacred History,' iii. 28.
Otaheite, vi. 170.

'Othello,' vi. 159.

Otway, Thomas, vii. 368, 368 n.
Oughton, Sir Adolphus, iv. 36, 37.
180.

Ouran-outang, iv. 39. 273.

Overbury, Sir Thomas, iii. 76.; vi.
247.

Overall, Bishop, v. 100.

Oxford University, advantages of, iii.
42.; ix. 9.; x. 26.

Oxford, Earl of, his library, i. 176.

P.

Pagan mythology, vii. 363.
Painters, vii. 120.

Painting, ii. 131 n. ; vi. 68. ; ix. 39. 139.
169. 211.

Palaces, vi. 8.

Paley, Dr., iv. 211, 212.

Palmer, Rev. John, on Philosophical
Necessity, vii. 135.

Palmer, Rev. Thomas Fysche, viii.
104, 105 n.

• Palmerino d'Inghilterra,' vi. 115.
Palmerston, Henry Temple, second
Viscount, viii. 225.
Panegyric, vi. 295.
Panting, Dr. Matthew, i. 74.
Paoli, General, iii. 71. 81. 196. 259. 264,
265. 304.; vi. 153. 294.; vii. 177. 180.
185. 235.; viii. 79.; x. 226. 229-237.
Paradise, John, i. 63 n.; vii. 261.;
viii. 250. 369.

Parental authority, vii. 249. ; ix. 7.
Parentheses, viii. 180.

Paris, vi. 1. ; vii. 87.

Parish clerk, viii. 105..

Parker, Rev. Mr., il. 68. Anecdotes

Parker, Sackville, bookseller, viii. 310.
Parkhurst, Rev. Mr., letter from Dr.
Dodd to, vii. 121.

Parliament, iii. 73. 131.; iv. 52.; v.
300.; vii. 26. 46. 89. 124. 292.; viii.
48. 82. 215.; ix. 118.
Parliamentary debates, i. 127. 167-
172.; iv. 52.; x. 64.

Parnell, Dr., v. 199.; vi. 294.; vii. 46.
268 n.; viii. 16. 24.

Parr, Dr. Samuel, ii. 124 n. ; vii. 363,
363 n. His epitaph on Johnson, viii.
424. Anecdotes by, x. 22.
Parson, the life of a, vii. 152.

Party, necessity of sticking to, iv. 25.
Passion week, viii. 64.
'Pastern,' ii. 47. 148.

Paten, Rev. Dr. Thomas, viii. 148, 149n.
Pater Noster, iv. 126.

Paterson, Samuel, author of ' Coriat,
Junior,' iii. 209 n.; vi. 216.; viii.
265 n.

Paterson, Samuel, his son, viii. 265 n.
'Patriot,' v. 217. ; vi. 147.
Patriotism, v. 292.

Patriots, self-styled, viii. 63. ; ix. 147.
Patronage, iv. 55.; viii. 160.
Patronage, lay, iii. 286. 319.
Payne, William, his work on
'Draughts,' ii. 71.

Pearce, Dr. Zachary, Bishop of Ro-
chester, ii. 46.; vi. 76. 244, 244 n.,
245.

Pearson, Rev. Mr., vi. 109 n.; vii.
241.; viii. 226.

Pearson, Mrs., of Lichfield, i. ix.
Pecuniary embarrassment, evil of,
viii. 140.

Peel, Right Hon. Robert, vi. 88 n.
Peers, House of, iv. 104.; vii. 206.
Judicial powers of, vii. 206. Influ-
ence of, in the House of Commons,
iv. 52.

Peiresc, his death lamented in forty
languages, v. 319.
Pelham, Henry, ii. 15.
Pellet, Dr., vii. 210.

Pembroke, Lord, his description of

Johnson's conversation, iv. 8.

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Tour in Scotland, vii. 109. 111.

His

His

merit as a zoologist, vii. 113.
'London,' vii. 113. His character

of Johnson, vii. 113.

Physic, vi. 140.; vii. 264.; ix. 44.
Physicians, vi. 99.; viii. 259. 322.; ix.

44. 131.

'Physico-Theology,' Derham's, v. 58.
Piazzas, iv. 118.

'Picture,' Massinger's play of the, vii.
289.

Piety, ix. 34.

Pig, the learned, viii. 379.

'Pilgrim's Progress,' iii. 282. ; ix. 102.
Pindar,' West's translation of, vii.
375.

'Pension,' Johnson's definition of, ii. Pinkerton, John, viii. 332.

48. 142.

Pepys, William Waller, vii. 314. 322.

325.; viii. 57 n. ; ix. 49.; x. 114.
Pepys, Samuel, v. 55.

Perceval, Lady Catherine, v. 209 n.
Percy, Lord, vii. 115. 118.

Percy, Dr., Bishop of Dromore, i. 44.
46, 47. 75. 159. 221.; ii. 275. 282.;
iii. 55, 56. 153.; iv. 112. 281.; v.
323 n.; vi. 84 n. 299 n.; vii. 108.
114, 115. 230. 311.; ix. 22. 193. 239.
241. Anecdotes of Johnson by, x. 40.
Perkins, Mr., v. 218.; viii. 55. 58, 96.
138.253.

Peruvian bark, viii. 296.
Peter the Great, iv. 273.
Peterborough, Earl of, viii, 20 n. 336.
Peters, Mr., vi. 112.

Petitions, facility of getting them up,
iii. 92.

Petty, Sir William, vii. 352.

Peyton, Mr., i. 216.; iii. 182, 183. 228.;
v. 327.

Philips, musician, Johnson's epitaph
on, i. 165.

Philips's Cyder,' a poem, iv. 77.
Philips, Miss, singer, afterwards Mrs.
Crouch, viii. 220.

Philosophers, ancient, their good hu-
mour in disputation accounted for,
vi. 125.

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Piozzi, Mrs., commencement and pro-
gress of Johnson's acquaintance
with, ii. 292. 298. Anecdotes of
Johnson by, ix. 1. 127.
Account of
her rupture with Johnson, ix. 105.
Her character of Johnson, ix. 107.
Piozzi, Signor, x. 19. 100.

Pitcairne, his Latin poetry, iv. 54.
Pitt, William, first Earl of Chatham,
i. 144. iii. 233.. 269.; v. 78.; viii.
319.

Pitt, Right Hon. William, his son,
viii. 256, 256 n. 260. 295.
Pitts, Rev. John, v. 172 n.
Pity, ii. 221.

Place-hunters, vii. 64.

Plagiary, Sir Fretful, character of,
intended for Mr. Cumberland, iii
246 n.

'Plain Dealer,' i. 179, 179 n. 200.
Planting, vii. 27. In Scotland, era of,
v. 159.; vi. 230.

Players, i. 192, 193. 231.; ii. 177.; iii.
93. 277.; iv. 27. 39. 132.; vi. 23. 329.;
vii. 99.; viii. 239.

Pleasure, v. 183.; vii. 76. 136. 263.;
ix. 41.

Pleasures, necessary to intellectual
health, ix. 42. No man a hypocrite
in his, viii. 318.

'Pleasures of the Imagination,'
Akenside's, ii. 125.

Plott's "History of Staffordshire,'
vii. 4.

Pococke, Dr. Richard, vii. 105. 375.

Poetry, Johnson's early, v. 297. Reli-
gious, ix. 145,

Poets, iv. 85. The preservers of lan- | Pott, Archdeacon, his Sermons, vi. 91.

guages, vi. 154.

"Polite Philosopher,' vi. 138.
Politeness, iv. 81.; vi. 302.

Politian's Latin poems, i. 94, 94 n.
Politics, modern, v. 297. 316.
Polygamy, iv. 230.

Poor, ix. 31. A decent provision for,
the test of civilisation, iii. 145.
Methods of employing, vii. 352. Of
London, vii. 282.

Pope, Alexander, i. 61. 140. 145. 159,
160. 211. 281 n.; iii. 85, 86.; iv. 79.;
v. 86. 274.; ix. 18. 139. 193. 204. His
Homer,' vii. 91. His Essay on
Man,' vii. 282, 283 n. His know-
ledge of Greek, vii. 283. His grotto,
vii. 357 n. Johnson's Life of, vii.
205.; viii. 14. Character of his poe
try, vii. 188.; viii. 15. His limited
conversational powers, viii. 18. His
'Universal Prayer,' vii. 207. Lewis's
verses to, viii. 309 n.

Pope, Dr. Walter, his Old Man's
Wish,' vii. 366.

Popery, i. 281.; iii. 109. 111, 112.
Population, iii. 106.

Porridge Island, ix. 40.

Porter, Mr., of Lichfield, i. 99 n.; viii.
239.

Porter, Mrs., afterwards Johnson's

wife, i. 35. 38. 89. 100, 101 n. 106. 280,
281.

Porter, Miss Lucy, i. 35. 95 n. 281.;

ii. 97.; iii. 162.; vi. 94. 103. 105.
109 n.; vii. 299. 306.; x. 9. 14. John-
son's letters to, i. 232.; ii. 98, 99.
Porter, Mrs., the actress, viii. 238.
Porteus, Dr. Beilby, Bishop of Ches-

ter, afterwards Bishop of London,
vii. 119. 299. 304. 376.

Portland, Lady Margaret, Duchess
Dowager of, viii. 322 n.

Potter, Rev. Robert, vii. 91.; ix. 22.
Poverty, ii. 226.; viii. 133. 137. 140.;
ix. 90.

Power, despotic, vii. 124.

Praise, iii. 40.; vii. 115. 263. 378.; viii.
57.; ix. 114. 119. 139.
Praise and flattery, v. 202.
Prayer, form of, arguments for, v.
110.; viii. 206.

Prayers, Johnson's classification of,
x. 120.

Prayers and Meditations,' Johnson's,
viii. 382.; x. 34. 95. 130. 154.
Preaching above the capacity of the
congregation, viii. 175.
Precocity, vi. 28.
Preceptor,' i. 220.
Predestination, iii. 109.

Prejudice, viii. 156. Johnson's,against
Scotland, iv. 10.; v. 240 n.; viii.
156 n.

Prendergast, Colonel Sir Thomas, iii.
221 n.

Presbyterians, v. 130. 132.

Prescience of the Deity, vii. 134,
135 n.

Prescription of murder in Scotland,
iv. 14. 87.

Presentiment of death, iii. 221 n.
Press, superfetation of, vii, 188.
Pretender, the Young, account of the
escape of, iv. 208. 329.
Price, Archdeacon, v. 213.
Price, Dr. Richard, viii. 232.
Pride, ix. 79.

Priestley, Dr. Joseph, iii. 138.; vii.
135.; viii. 232 n.

Primrose, Lady Dorothea, viii. 22 n.
Prince of Wales, his situation, viii.
172. Afterwards George IV., iii.
28 n.

'Prince Titi,' history of, vi. 5.

Portrait, inscription on the frame of Pringle, Sir John, iii. 195.; v. 124.

Johnson's, viii. 170 n.

Portrait-painting, v. 308.

Portraits, iv. 234.

131 n. 132.; vi. 55. 125. 185.; vii. 79.
Printer's devil, viii. 76.

Printing, iii. 203.; v. 215.; vi. 155 n.

Portraits of Dr. Johnson, list of the Printing-house, Virgil's description

various, X.

Post-chaise travelling, vi. 83. 119. 303.

of the entrance into hell applied
to, v. 43.

Prior, Matthew, iii. 79.; vii. 10, 11.
Prior's Life of Burke,' quoted, ii.

173.; x. 121.

Pritchard, Mrs., actress, i. 228.; iii.
94.; iv. 132. ; v. 293.; viii. 238.
¡Private conversation, viii. 211.
Prize-fighting, iv. 248.

Procrastination, i 236.

Procurators of Edinburgh, argument
against a prosecution by, viii. 109.
Prologues, i. 209.; iii. 35.; v. 262.
vi. 245.

Propensions, evil, ix. 209.

Property, iii. 294.; vi. 37. 46.
Prophecies, ix. 189.
Propitiatory sacrifice, iv. 89.
Prospects, ix. 39. 95.

Prosperity, vii. 212.
Prostitution, vi. 134.

Prussia, King of, i. 220.; vii. 190.;
viii. 85.

Psalmanazar, George, vii. 163. ; viii.
178. 271.; ix. 62. 132.

Psalms, biblical version of, v. 204.
Public amusements, iii. 202.

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Radcliffe, Dr., small success of his
travelling fellowships, viii. 295.
Ralph, James, viii. 30.

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Ramsay, Allan, his Gentle Shep-
herd,' iii. 259.

Ramsay, Allan, painter, vii. 82. 84.
186. 188. 193.; viii. 371.

'Rambler,' i. 233, 234. 242. 249. 266,

266 n.; x. 46. 83. 131. Italian trans-
lation of, vii. 295. Translated into
Russian, viii. 274.

Ranby, John, vii. 24.

Ranelagh, iii. 201, 201 n.; vii. 19.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, i. 267.

Public institutions, administration of, Rank, its importance in society, ii.

vi. 175.

Public opinion, ix. 135.

Public schools, vi. 127. ; vii. 316. ; ix.
78.

Public speaking, v. 281.
Pudding, meditation on a, v. 93.
Puffendorf, iii. 185. ;. vi. 57.

Pulpit, liberty of, vi. 182, 183. 217. 334.
Pulsation, theory of, vi. 152.
Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath, ix.
147.

Punctuation, vi. 150 n.

Punishment, eternity of, vii. 20.;

viii. 102. 302.

Punishments, vii. 105.; ix. 208.
Puns, iii. 249. 285 n. ; viii. 319. ; ix. 136
Purcell, v. 285.

Purgatory, i. 286.; iii. 111. 193.

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227. 233. 316. ; iii. 211, 211 n. 305.;
v. 267.

Rasay, Isle of, iv. 178. 185. 188.
Rasay, John Macleod, Laird of, iv.

178. 188.; v. 163. 167. 325.; vi. 262.
Rasay, Lady, iv. 185.

Rasay, Miss Flora, iv. 195.
'Rasselas,' ii. 101 n. 103, 104. 218.;
vii. 167. 219.; viii. 97.; x. 23. 91. 140.
Ratcliff, Dr., master of Pembroke, his

neglect of Johnson at Oxford, ii. 18.
Rattakin mountain, iv. 153.
Rawlinson, Dr. Richard, the antiqua-
rian, viii. 146 n.
Ray, Miss, vii. 257.

Raynal, Abbé, ix. 37. 329.

Reading, i. 56.; ii. 213.; v. 306.; vi.
163.; vii. 11.; ix. 16. 169.

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