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Streatham. . Oxford. - London Improvements. — Dedi-
cations. Mrs. Williams's Miscellanies. Mr. William
Drummond. - Translation of the Bible into the Gaelic. —
Case of Heely.-Dr. Robertson.-Cuthbert Shaw. ..Tom
Hervey.' Johnson's Interview with King George III. -
Warburton and Lowth. Lord Lyttelton's History. Dr.
Hill. Literary Journals. - Visit to Lichfield. - Death of
Catherine Chambers.- Lexiphanes.—Mrs. Aston. Page 1
State of Johnson's Mind. Visit to Town-malling. - Pro-
logue to Goldsmith's "Good-natured Man." Boswell
publishes his "Account of Corsica."— Practice of the Law.
- Novels and Comedies. The Douglas Cause. - Reading
MSS. St. Kilda. Oxford. Guthrie.. Hume.
pertuis. Woodcocks. Swallows. Bell's Travels.
Chastity. Choice of a Wife. Baretti's Italy. - Popular
Lord Eglintoune. — Letter on the Formation of a Library.
Boswell at the Stratford Jubilee. — Johnson's Opinion of
Monboddo. Love of Singularity.
Vails.- Prior.- Garrick's Poetry. History.-Whitfield.
The Corsicans.- Good Breeding. -Fate and Free-will. -
Goldsmith's Tailor.-The Dunciad. - Dryden.-Congreve.
Sheridan. Mrs. Montagu's Essay. Lord Kames.
Burke.. Ballad of Hardyknute. Fear of Death.-Sym-
pathy with Distress.-Foote.-Buchanan.-Baretti's Trial.
"Making Fools of one's Visiters." - Trade. Mrs. Williams's
Tea-table.-James Ferguson.- Medicated Baths.-" Cod-
dling" Children. - Population of Russia. Large Farms.
Attachment to Soil. Roman Catholic Religion.
Conversion to Popery. Fear of Death. Steevens.
Blackmore's "Creation."-The Marriage
Service. "The False Alarm.". · Percival Stockdale.
Self-examination. - Visit to Lichfield—and Ashbourne.-
Baretti's Travels. Letters to Mrs. Thrale, Warton,
Dr. Maxwell's Collectanea. Johnson's Politics, and general
Mode of Life. Opulent Tradesmen.- London. — Black-
letter Books. — “ Anatomy of Melancholy.”— Government
of Ireland.Love.-Jacob Behmen.. Established Clergy.
- Dr. Priestley.- Blank Verse.- French Novels. — Père
Boscovich. Lord Lyttelton's Dialogues. Ossian.
Woodhouse, the poetical Shoemaker. Boetius. — National
Debt. Mallet. — Marriage. Foppery.-Gilbert Cooper.
Homer. Gregory Sharpe.- Poor of England.- Corn
Laws. Dr. Browne.-Mr. Burke.-Economy.-Fortune-
hunters. Orchards. Irish Clergy.
"Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting Falkland's
Islands."- Lord George Grenville. — Junius. — Design of
bringing Johnson into Parliament. Mr. Strahan.· Lord
North.- Mr. Flood.-Boswell's Marriage.-Visit to Lich-
field and Ashbourne. Dr. Beattie. - Lord Monboddo.-
St. Kilda. Scots Church.- Second Sight. The Thirty-
nine Articles. Thirtieth of January. ·
Act. Old Families. Mimicry. Foote.
· Origin of Languages.— Irish and Gaelic.— Flogging at
Schools. Lord Mansfield. Sir Gilbert Elliot.
Choice of Chancellors.. Lord Coke.-
Scotch Accent.- Pronunciation.- Ety-
Veal. Gray, Mason, and Akenside. Swearing. -War-
ton's Essay on Pope. - Ranelagh.-Luxury. — Inequality
of Livings. Hon. Thomas Erskine. Fielding and
Richardson. Coriat's Crudities. Gaming. Earl of
Buchan.-Attachment between Relations.-Feudal System.
- Cave's Ghost Story. - Witches.
Dinner at General Oglethorpe's.
Duelling.-Prince Eugene.— Siege of Belgrade.- Friend-
ships. Goldsmith's Natural History.-Story of Prender-
gast. Expulsion of Methodists from Oxford..
Veritas."- Education of the People..
in the Blind.—Theory of Sounds. - Taste in the Arts.
Francis Osborne's Works. Country Gentlemen. — Long
Stories. Beattie and Robertson.
Beattie's Essay.-Visit to Lichfield and Ashbourne.
and Evans the Bookseller.— Dalrymple's History.-- Action
in Speaking.-Chesterfield and Tyrawley.- The Spectator
Sir Andrew Freeport. Burnet's Own Times.
Friday. Easter Day.- A Dinner at Johnson's. — Waga
to Women Servants. — Keeping a Journal.
Equality. The Stuarts. -Law Reports.-
Shepherd."-Whigs and Tories.-Sterne.-Charles Towns-
on the Fiddle. Duelling. — Lord Chatham's Verses to
Garrick. Savage Life. Suicide.. Eustace Budgell. -
Dinner at Topham Beauclerk's. Boswell elected of The
Goldsmith in Company, and in his Study.
Roman History. "Talking for Victory.". Bunyan's
- Monuments in St. Paul's. — Milton.
-"The Whole Duty of Man.”. - Puns. - Lay
Patronage. The Bread Tree.- Savage Life.—Reasoning
Trinity. Government of Ireland. Invocation of Saints.
- "Goldy." Literary Property. State of Nature.
- Influence of the Seasons on the Mind.
Projected Visit to the Hebrides.
No. I. ARGUMENT IN ehalf of HastiE, THE SCHOOL-
MASTER, PROSECUTED FOR UNDUE SEVERITY.
No. II. ARGUMENT IN FAVOUR OF THE SCOTTISH LAW
DOCTRINE OF "VICIOUS INTROMISSION."
No. III. ARGUMENT IN DEFENCE OF LAY PATRONAGE. 319