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139 n.; iii. 140. 208.; vi. 329.; vii.
315.; ix. 66. 192. 202. A contributor
to the Rambler,' i. 235. Johnson's
character of, i. 235. 273 n.; iii. 208.;
v. 147. Johnson's letters to, i. 273.
306.; ii. 42. 56, 57. Compared with
Fielding, iii. 38. 208. His limited
conversational powers, vii. 375.
Richardson, Martha, his second
daughter, ii. 139 n.
Richardson, Jonathan, son of the
painter, i. 141.

Richardson, Mr., attorney, i. 254.
Riches, ii. 225.; iii. 199.; iv. 116.
Riddoch, Rev. Mr., iv. 87, 88. 91. 96.

Retired tradesmen, v. 278.

Retirement from the world, iv. 58.; Ridicule, vii. 251. 364.; ix. 253.

ix. 89. 136.

Riots of 1780, vii. 326. 330. 338.
Ritter, Joseph, iii. 109.; iv. 47 n.; vi.
31 n.

Relations and relationship, iii. 212. ;
iv. 108.

Religious discipline, viii. 101.
Religious discourse, viii. 210.
Religious impressions, viii. 101.
Religious orders, vi. 63.
Remembrance and recollection, dis-
tinction between, viii. 107.
Renegado, ii. 50.

Rents, iii. 107.; iv. 215.; v. 21.
Repentance, vii. 139.; viii. 206.
Republican, ix. 212.

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'Respublicæ,' volumes entitled, vi. 174.
Resurrection, ii. 126.; viii. 69. 207.

Reviews and reviewers, viii. 208.
Reviews, monthly and critical, vi. 150.
409.

Reviewers, viii. 28.

Revolution of 1688, iii. 264.; viii. 159.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, i. 159. 291. 236.;

ii. 131. 138. 271. 273. 275.; iii. 118.
279.; iv. 112. 135.; v. 225 n. 239. 308.
311.; vi. 61 n. 120. 160. 208. 210.;
vii. 148. 159, 160. 181. 354.; viii. 318.;
ix. 39. 259. His prices for portraits,
ii. 82 n. His visit to Devonshire
with Johnson, ii. 146. Johnson's
letters to, ii. 283.; iii. 163. 168.; vi.
204. 206. 216.; viii. 115. 214. 221. 249.
371. Two dialogues by, in imita-
tion of Johnson's style of convers.
ation, vii. 161 n.; ix. 261.
Reynolds, Miss, i. 283 n.; ii. 82. 283 n.;
v. 308.; vi. 20 n. Her character by
Johnson, i. 283 n. Johnson's letters
to, vi. 152. 164. 206.; vii. 240. 297.
332.; viii. 115. 134. Her Essay on
Taste,' viii. 115. Her Recollec-
tions' of Johnson, ix. 202.
Rhetorical gesture, ii. 90.
Rheumatism, recipe for, v. 307.
Rhubarb, viii. 258.

Rhudland Castle, v. 203.

Rhyme, its excellence over blank
verse, ii. 212.

Richardson, Samuel, i. 162. 243 n.; ii.

Rivers, Earl, i. 196.

Rizzio, David, iv. 35.
Robertson, Dr. James, iv. 34.
Robertson, Dr. William, the historian,
ii. 62.; iii. 15. 43. 232. 280.; iv. 3.
22. 30. 33. 35. 125.; v. 117. 145. 150. ;
vii. 186. 190. 192. 286.; viii. 53.; ix.
20. His style formed upon that of
Johnson, vi. 316. His History of
Scotland,' vii. 190.; viii. 53.
Robin-Hood Society, religious, viii. 69.
Robinson Crusoe, vii. 103. ; ix. 102.
Robinson, Dr. Richard, Primate of
Ireland, iii. 147.

Robinson, Sir Thomas, ii. 219.; iii.
146.

Rochefoucault, Duc de, ix. 32. ; x. 113.
Rochester, John Wilmot, second Earl
of, his poems, iv. 206.; vii. 10.
Rockville, Alexander Gordon, Lord,
ii. 259 n.; v. 146.

Rod, punishment of the, i. 42. ; iv. 100.
Rodney, Admiral Lord, vi. 16.
Roffette, Abbé, vi. 21 n.

Rogers, Captain Francis, ii. 147.
Rollin, ix. 7.

Rolt, Richard, his Dictionary of
Commerce,' ii. 125.

Roman Catholic Church, i. 281 n. ; iii.
109. 111, 112. 177.

Romance, ix. 71.

Romances, i. 45.; vii. 363.

Romans, ii. 66.

Rome, the fountain of elegance, vii.
188.

St. Columba, v. 74. 76.

St. Kilda, iii. 41, 42. 174. ; iv. 311.
St. Rule's chapel, iv. 57 n.

St. Vitus's dance, i. 160.; iv. 9.
Saints, worship of, iii. 111.
Salamanca, University of, ii. 242

Roscommon, Johnson's Life of, i. 220. Salisbury, Bishop of. See Dougias, x.
Roslin Castle, v. 155.

270.

Ross, Rev. Dr. John, Bishop of Exeter, Salisbury, Mrs., mother of Mrs.
viii. 270.
Thrale, v. 329.
Rothes, Lady, Bennet Langton's wife, Sallust, viii. 184.

iii. 153 n. 165.; vi. 232.
Round-robin on the subject of Gold-

smith's epitaph, vi. 208. 210.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, ii. 224, 225.
314, 315.; iii. 74.; viii. 289.
Round numbers false, ix. 138.
Rowe, Mrs., ii. 66.

Salter, Rev. Dr., i. 219 n.
Sanderson, Bishop, iii. 110 n.
Sanderson, Professor, iii. 227 n.
Sandwich, John, sixth Earl of, vii. 257.
Santerre, Parisian brewer, vi. 14.
Saratoga, surrender_at, vii. 219.
Sardinia, iii. 83 n.

Romney, Mr., painter, vi. 164.

Rose, Dr., of Chiswick, viii. 156.
Rose, Rev. Charles, ii. 287.
Rose, Mrs., her anecdotes of Johnson,

ix. 252.

Rowley, Thomas, vi. 171.

Royal Academy, iii. 65.

Royal Family, iv. 303.; vi. 295.
Rudd, Margaret Caroline, vi. 80 n.
200.; vii. 185.

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Sailor, English, v. 153.; vii. 102.
St. Andrew's, iv. 48.

St. Asaph, Bishop of. See Shipley, v.
201.; viii. 241.

Sarpi, Father Paul, his 'History of
the Council of Trent,' i. 117. 147.
153.

Johnson's let-

Sastres, Mr., vi. 139.

ters to, x. 277.
Satire, general, ix. 44.

Savage, Richard, Life of, i. 138,
139 n. 179. 186 n., 187, 188. 190, 191.
194-201. His tragedy of Sir Tho
mas Overbury,' vi. 247. His' Wan-
derer,' quoted, viii. 288.

Savage girl of Amiens, iv. 113.
Savage life, iii. 269.

Savages, iii. 73. 197. 269. 290.; iv.
80. 82 n.; vi. 170. 174.; viii. 204.
312.
Scalpa, island of, iv. 175.

Scarsdale, Lord, v. 196.; vi. 300. 302.
Scepticism, iv. 40. 314. Eleven causes
of, x. 121.

Schomberg, Dr. Ralph, vi. 99.
Schoolmasters, i. 41. 103.; iii. 171.
185. 204. 222.; ix. 8. 131.
Schools, public, vi. 127 n.; ix. 78.
Science, books of, iv. 146 n.
Scorpions, iii. 45.
Score, a song in, v. 265 n.

Scotch, Johnson's feelings towards, i.
208.; iii. 43. 78. 136. 188. 231. 286.;
iv. 32. 87. 272. ; v. 80. 236. 240. 248.
310.; vi. 58 n.; vii. 79. 262. 359.;
viii. 79. 113. 156 n. 176, 177.
Scotch, accent, overcome by perseve-
rance, iii. 189. Clergy, iv. 276. Im-
pudence, v. 241. Origin of John-
son's antipathy to, viii. 156 n. Ex-
treme nationality of, iii. 286. High.
lander, v. 153. Learning of the, v.
310. Cause of their success in Lon-
don, viii. 177. Lairds, ii. 185. Jea-
lousy of the, v. 240. Nationality of
the, v. 240, 241. 263.; viii. 177.
Scotland, episcopal church of, vii.
239.

Scotland, peers of, their interference
in the elections of the commons,
viii. 244, 245.

Scots, Mary, Queen of, ii. 119.; iv. 32.
Scott, Sir Walter, iv. 168. 185. 240,
241. 257. 263.; v. 7. 9. 15. 37. Cha-
racter of Johnson by, x. 166.
Scott, George Lewis, i. 224; vi. 250.
Scott, John, cf Amwell, v. 280. 296.
Scott, Sir William. See Lord Stowell.
'Scoundrel,' Johnson's use and ap-
plication of the epithet, vi. 87 n.
115 n.; ix. 137.
Scoundrelism, iv. 109.
Scripture phrases, iii. 250.
Scriptures, proposal to translate them
into Erse, iii. 10. 12.

Scruples, viii. 396..; ix. 44. 82.

Sea-life, vi. 66.

Sellette, vi. 6 n.

'Semel insanivimus] omnes,' &c.
whence taken, viii. 171 n.
Seneca, v. 24.

Selwyn, George, vii. 263.
'Senectus,' use of the word, vii. 203 n.
Sensual intercourse, vii. 76. 201.
'Sentimental Journey,' Sterne's, vii.
379.

'Serious Call,' Law's, i. 69.; iii. 137.;
ix. 153.

Seed, Rev. Jeremiah, his Sermons,'
vii. 79.

Sermons, the best English, for style,
vii. 79. Collections of, viii. 83.
Advice on the composition of, vii.
340.

Settle, Elkana, vi. 196 n.
Sêves china, vi. 304.
Sevigné, Madame de, iii. 26 n.; vi.
175.; vii. 301 n.
Seward, Rev. Mr., of Lichfield, vi.
102.291.

Seasons, influence of, iii. 307.

Secker, Archbishop, vii. 376.
Second sight, ii. 313.; iii. 175.; iv. Sharp, Dr. John, ii. 283.

171. 177. 245 n. 329.

Seward, William, iii. 76 n.; vi. 256.
260.; vii. 312.; viii. 314. Anec-
dotes by, ix. 255. ; x. 110.
Seward, Miss Anna, i. 36 n. 95. 98, 99.
280 n.; v. 194. 269 n.; vi. 102.; vii.
72. 126. 133. 141, 142 n. 144 n.; viii.
333. Anecdotes by, x. 9.
Shakspeare, i. 204.; ii. 74. 84. 138. 275.
298. 300. 302.; iii. 87. 97.; iv. 129.;
vii. 90. 256. 365. 372 n.; viii. 45, 46
n.; ix. 19. 86. 256.; x. 6. 31. 91. 139.
'Shall' and 'will,' use of the words,
i. 96.; vii. 258.

Sharp, Archbishop of St. Andrew's,
his monument, iv. 62 n. 65 n.
Sharp, Samuel, his 'Letters on Italy,'
vi. 177 n.

Secrecy, ix. 131.; x. 112.
Sedley, Catherine, Countess of Dor- Shaw, Cuthbert, iii. 16.

chester, iv. 42 n.

Seduction, vii. 211.; ix. 42.

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Sharpe, Rev. Dr. Gregory, i. 145 n.
Shaving, varieties in, vi. 304.

Shaw, William, his Analysis of the
Scotch Celtic Language,' vi. 234.
237. His pamphlet on Ossian, viii.
247, 248.

Self-importance, vi. 314.

Shebbeare, Dr., iii. 59 n.;
viii. 90. 208.

Self-praise, vii. 176.
Selden's 'Table Talk,' i. 113 n.; v. 42.; Sheep's head, v. 83 n.
viii. 176 n.

vii. 165.;

Shelburne, William Petty, second

Earl, afterwards first Marquis of
Lansdowne, vii. 101.; viii. 163 n.
182. 282.
Shenstone, William, iv. 299.; v. 86.
215.; vi. 82 n.; viii. 129. 219.; ix.
135. 141.

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, i. 192 n.;
ii. 124. 156.; v. 316.; vi. 210. 248.;
vii. 59.

Sheridan, Mrs., formerly Miss Linley,
x. 260.

Sheridan, Thomas, ii. 142, 143. 156 n.
158. 160, 161. 167. 239, 240. 280 n.;
iii. 88, 89 n. 136. 143. 189. 191. 301.;
v. 105. 257. 293.; vi. 116.; vii. 174.
248.; viii. 155, 156 n. 197. 216.
Sheridan, Mrs., her "Sydney Bid-
dulph,' some account of, ii. 124,
124 n. 161.

Sheridan, Charles, his 'Revolution in
Sweden,' vii. 126.

'She Stoops to Conquer,' iii. 244. 253.
264. 276.

Shiels, Mr. Robert, i. 216.; vi. 149 n.
156. 250. 331.

'Ship of Fools,' Barclay's, ii. 25.
Shipley, Dr. Jonathan, Bishop of St.
Asaph, v. 200.; vi. 203.; viii. 49.
241.

Shippen, William, ix. 146.
Shoe-buckles, iv. 9.
Shop-keepers of London, iv. 80. 82.
Short-hand, iii. 265.; vii. 106 n.;

viii. 154.

Sibbald, Sir Robert, vii. 55.
Sick, duty of telling truth to the, viii.
308 n.

Siddons, Mrs., viii. 236. ; ix. 125.
Silk, disadvantages of wearing, iv.
229.

Simpson, Joseph, vi. 147 n.
son's letter to, ii. 110.
Simpson, Thos.," engineer, ii. 116 n.
Sin, original, iv. 89.; viii. 103.
Sinclair, Sir John, viii. 119 n.
Sins, iii. 205.

'Sixteen-string Jack,' vi. 157 n.
Skaiting, ix. 49.

Skie, Isle of, iv. 71. 161. Johnson's
ode on, iv. 166 n.

Slains Castle, iv. 98. 100. 102. 104. 107.
Slave-trade, vii. 21. 375.
Sleep, vi. 310, 311.; vii. 353.
Smalbroke, Dr., his "Sermons,' i.
146 n.

Smalridge, Dr., his 'Sermons,' vii. 79.;
ix. 138.

Smart, Christopher, ii. 60. 170, 171.;
vii. 378.; ix. 168.
Smart, Mrs., viii. 363.

Smith, Rev. Edward, his verses on
Pococke, the oriental linguist, vii.
105.

Smith, Dr. Adam, i. 72.; ii. 212.; iv.
9. 21.; v. 114; vi. 128 n.; vii. 187.
His 'Wealth of Nations,' vi. 56.
His interview with Johnson, v.
114 n.;
vii. 187 n. Difference be-
tween Johnson and, vii. 372. Gar-
rick's opinion of, vii. 372.
Smithson, Sir Hugh, first Duke of
Northumberland, iii. 147.

Smoking, iv. 56 n.

Smollett, Dr. Tobias, ii. 113. ; v. 112.
Smollett's Commissary, v. 110.
Society, ii. 224. 227. 233. 312 n.; vii.
136, 137.; ix. 136. 242.
Socrates, vii. 102. ; viii. 54.
'Solamen miseris socios,' &c., author
of, undiscovered, viii. 172 n.
Solander, Dr., iii. 168. 172.; v. 64.
Soldiers, vi. 125.; vii. 101.
Solitude, iii. 33.; ix. 42. 115.; x. 87.
93. 266.

Somerville, James, thirteenth Lord,
viii. 19.

Sorrow, iv. 61.; ix. 119.; x. 255, 256.
Souls, middle state of, after death, i.
286.
Sounds, iii. 227.

John South, Dr., his 'Sermons,' iii. 110.;
vii. 79.

Southwell, Robert, his stanzas upon
the Image of Death,' v. 205.
Southwell, Thomas, second Lord, vii.
345.; viii. 163.

Southwell, Lady Margaret, vii. 345.
Spain, no country less known than,
ii. 133. 186. 212.

Spanish plays, vii. 363.

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Speaking, public, v. 281.

Stirling, corporation of, Johnson's ar-
gument in favour of, v. 320.

Speaking of one's self, vii. 176.
C Speculum, Humanæ Salvationis,' vi. Stockdale, Rev. Percival, iii. 122,
14.
Anecdotes by, x.

122 n.; viii. 321.

51.

Spectator,' iii. 249. ; v. 318.; vi. 151.;
vii. 87. 373. 379.; viii. 50. 67.
Spells, iv. 177.

Spelman, Sir Henry, on Confiscated

Church Property, viii. 145.
Spence, Rev. Joseph, v. 51, 51 n. ¡His
'Anecdotes,' vii. 312. 356.; viii.

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Spencer, John George, second Earl, Strahan, Rev. Mr., i. 278.; ii. 286.;
vii. 122. 321, 321 n.
iii. 23. 154, 155.; iv. 92.; viii. 268.
Spendthrifts, ix. 54.
Strahan, William, iii. 155.; vii. 228.;
Spirits, appearance of departed, ii. 106. viii. 78.
180. 313.; iii. 175. 194. 213. 220,
220n.; vii. 59. 103. 141. 210. 215.
* 270.; viii. 69. 71.; ix. 5. 69.
Spirits, evil, iv. 38.

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racters in, x. 244.

Spleen,' the, vi. 156.

Stratagem, vii. 114.

Streatfield, Mrs., x. 106.

'Spiritual Quixote,' key to the cha- Strichen, Lord, iv. 110, 110 n.

Strickland, Mrs., vi. 15. 251.

Stuart family, ii. 119. 215; iii. 258. ;
vi. 295.

Spottiswoode, John, vii. 180.
Stage, the, iv. 131.

Stonehenge, x. 270.

Stories, and story-telling, vi. 61, 62. ;

ix. 62. 138.; x. 142.
Stowell, Lord, ii. 22 n. 111 n. 250.; iii.
112. 156. 158.; iv. 6. 11. 15. 37.; v.
172. 215 n.; vii. 97. 103. 158. 320.;
viii. 67.

Stanhope, Mr. (Lord Chesterfield's
son), viii. 52. 335.

Stanyan, Abraham, great accuracy of
his' Account of Switzerland,' vii.
220.

Statuary, vi. 68.

Staunton, Dr., afterwards Sir George,

Johnson's letter to, ii. 134, 134 n.
Steele, Sir Richard, vi. 79.; viii. 22.
Steele, Mr. Joshua, his 'Prosodia Ra-
tionalis,' v. 265.

Strahan, Mrs., Johnson's letters to,
viii. 78.

Stuart, Hon. and Rev. William, Arch-
bishop of Armagh, viii. 188.

Stuart, Hon. Colonel James, vii. 280.
305.1

Stuart, Andrew, iii. 272.; vi. 113.
Stuart, Rev. James, translator of the
Scriptures into Erse, iii. 13. ·
Study, ii. 187. 213. 245. 249. 253.; vii.
126. 290. 357. 368.; ix. 218.; x. 59.
Style, ii. 255, 255 n. 266. ; iii. 227. 307.;

vii. 91. 120. 317.; viii. 7. 29. ; x. 309.
Subordination, ii. 227. 233. 316.
Subscription to the Thirty-nine Ar-
ticles, iii. 110. 177, 177 n.; iv. 61.; vii.
97.257.

Succession, vi. 36. 41.

Suicide, iii. 270.; iv. 50.; viii. 135. 219.
Sunday, iii. 72. 252.; iv. 66.; v. 324.;
ix. 221.

Steevens, George, Esq., iii. 116, 116 n.
124, 125. 239. ;¡v. 180..323.; vi. 227. ;
vii. 10. 122.; viii. 272. 406. Anec-
dotes by, ix. 192.

Sterne, Lawrence, iii. 209. 262.; vii.
379.; viii. 86. His Tristram
Shandy,' vi. 79. His 'Sermons,' ix.
246.

Stews, licensed, vi. 134.
Stewart, Dugald, on the Lives of Suppers, vii. 154.
the Poets,' x. 163.
Stewart, Francis, i. 216.; vii. 307. 312.; Swallows, iii. 46.
viii. 256.

Stilli ngfle et, Benjamin, viii. 85.

Superiors, deference to, iv. 106, 106 n.
Superstitions, iii. 175.; v. 37.

Suspicion, vi. 270.; ix. 148.

Swearing in conversation, iii. 197.
Swene's stone, iv. 120.

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