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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.

Secrecy, ix. 131.; x. 112.

Sedley, Catherine, Countess of Dor-

chester, iv. 42 n.

Seduction, vii. 211.; ix. 42.

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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.

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

Self-importance, vi. 314.

Self-praise, vii. 176.

Selden's Table Talk,' i. 113 n.; v. 42.;
viii. 176 n.

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.
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.

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, 45
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.

Sharpe, Rev. Dr. Gregory, i. 145 n.
Shaving, varieties in, vi. 304.
Shaw, Cuthbert, iii. 16.

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

Shebbeare, Dr., iii. 59 n.; vii. 165.;
viii. 90. 208.

Sheep's head, v. 83 n.

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, Smart, Mrs., viii. 363.
x. 260.

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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.

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.

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.

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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.

Speaking, public, v. 281.

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

Speaking of one's self, vii. 176.
Speculum, Humanæ Salvationis,' vi. Stockdale, Rev. Percival, iii. 122,
14.
122 n.; viii. 321. Anecdotes by, x.
51.

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'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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racters in, x. 244.

'Spleen,' the, vi. 156.

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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.

Strahan, Mrs., Johnson's letters to,
viii. 78.
Stratagem, vii. 114.

Streatfield, Mrs., x. 106.

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

Strickland, Mrs., vi. 15. 251.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

Swift, Dr. Jonathan, his Tale of a
Tub,' ii. 239,239 n. Johnson's opinion
of, ii. 160, 160 n.; 339.; iii. 57, 57
n.; iv. 36.; v. 256. His 'Gulliver's
Travels,' v. 256. Johnson's Life of,
viii. 33. Character of his Journal,'
ibid. His verses on his own death,
quoted by Johnson on his death-bed,
ix. 316.

Swinfen, Dr., i. 63. 317.

Sympathy, vi. 104. ; ix. 209.

Sympathy with others in distress, iii.
95.

Sydenham, Dr., his description of St.
Vitus's dance, i. 160. Johnson's
Life of, i. 33. 175.

Sydney, Sir Philip, his Arcadia,' vi.
266 n.

Sydney, Algernon, iii. 248.
Sydney Biddulph,' ii. 161.
Système de la Nature, iv. 40.

Taylor, Chevalier, vii. 264.
Tea, ii. 67 n.; iv. 13.; vii. 100.; ix.
141. 170.; x. 3.

Teapot, Johnson's, ii. 68. ; x. 105.
'Telemachus,' v. 43. 329.; vi. 232.
Temple, Sir William, i. 258. ; vii. 91 n.
184.

Talisker, iv. 276. 283.; viii. 177.
Talkers, exuberant public, ridiculed,
iii. 288.

Temple, Rev. Mr., Vicar of St. Glu-
vias, ii. 221. 314.; v. 254.; viii. 139.
Temptation, vii. 67.

65.

Things, attention to small, viii. 181.
Thirty-nine Articles, the, iii. 110. 177,
177 n.; iv. 61.

T.

Thirlby, Dr. Styan, viii. 147 n.
Thomas, Mr. Nathaniel, vi. 219.
Thompson, William, v. 171 n.
Thomson, the poet, ii. 239.; iii, 55.; vi.
156. 239. 249. 268.; vii. 223.; viii. 20 n.
Thomson, Rev. James, his case, vi.
182, 334.

'Table Talk,' Selden's, v. 42.
Taciturnity, ix. 122.
Tacitus, style of, iii. 225.

'Ode

Talking above the capacity of one's
company, viii. 175.
Tallow-chandler, Johnson's story of
one, v. 278.

'Tale of a Tub,' ii. 239, 239 n.; iv. 36.; Thornton, Bonnel, i. 243. 255 n.
v. 256.
on St. Cecilia's Day,' ii. 197.
Thornton, Henry, vii. 348.
Thrale, Mrs. See Piozzi.
Thrale, Henry, ii. 292. 295.; iii. 65.;
iv. 136.; v. 217.; vi. 104. 120. 135.
204. 238.264.; vii. 272. 338. 344. 348.;
viii. 45. 55. 59. 78. His death, viii.
60. 128. Johnson's epitaph on, x.
175.;
Threshing, iv. 293.

Tasker, Rev. William, vii. 245.

Tasso, vii. 185.

Taste, iii. 227.; refinement of, viii. Thuanus, Johnson's proposed trans-
342.

lation of, viii. 410.
Thucydides, vii. 185.

Taverns, vi. 82, 82 n.
'Taxation no Tyranny,' v. 248. 276.; Thurlow, Lord, vi. 184. ; vii. 347.; viii.
vii. 46. 126.
169. 330. 339. 352, 353.

Taylor, Jeremy, ii. 259 n.; viii. 290. Tillotson, Archbishop, his Sermons,
297.; ix. 141.
Taylor, Rev. Dr. John, i. 84, 84 n. 193.

vii. 78.

Time, ix. 148.

213. 227. 283, 284.; iii. 198 n.; vi.
111. 272.; vii. 275. 289. 294. 326.;
viii. 7. 10. 27. 266.; x. 60.

Time and space, vii. 372.
Titi, History of Prince, vi. 5.
Toasts, vii. 376.

Tenants, v. 21. 34.

Terence, vii. 365.
Testimony, viii. 281.
Thatching, iv. 293.
Theobald, Lewis, ii. 84.
Theocritus, vii. 350.

Thicknesse, Philip, his Travels,' vii.

Toleration, iii. 291. 296. ; vii. 252. 359. | Turks, vi. 45.
Tom Jones, ix. 322.
To-morrow, ix. 114.
Tooke, John Horne, vii. 164. His
'Letter to Mr. Dunning,' vii. 217.
His Diversions of Purley,ibid.
Tories, iv. 304.; vii. 179.; viii. 183.;
ix. 11.

Tory, Johnson's definition of, ii. 48.
Tory and Whig, Johnson's description
of, viii. 95. 293.; x. 24.
Torture in Holland, ii. 257.
Towers, Dr. Joseph, his

Letter to
Johnson on his Political Publica-
tions,' v. 253. His Essay on John-
son,' viii. 9.

Town life, vi. 321.; vii. 86.

Townley, Charles, vi. 251.
Townshend, Right Hon. Charles, iii.
262.; vi. 117 n.

Trade, iii. 101. 210.; v. 63.; vi. 56.
Tradesmen, opulence of, v. 63.
Tradeswomen, vii. 217.
Tradition, iv. 69.

Tragedy, vi. 158.

Tragic acting, iv. 27.

Translation, vi. 154.
Transubstantiation, iv. 69. 88.
'Transpire,' definition of, vii. 203 n.
Trapaud, Mr., iv. 141.

'Traveller,' Goldsmith's, ii, 192. 200.
275. 308.; iii. 280.; v. 85.; vii. 85.
Travelling, the use of, ix. 115. In
quest of health, rules for, viii. 138.
Treason, constructive, viii, 63.
'Trees in Scotland, iv. 67 n. 74.

Trial by duel, iii. 14.

Trifles, duty of attending to, ii. 72.
218.; vii. 219.

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Turnpike roads, ix. 311.
Turton, Dr., Physician, i. 97.
'Turkish Spy,' v. 81. The authors of,
viii. 189.

Twalmley, inventor of the ironing
box, viii. 183.

Twining, Rev. Thomas, his Aristotle's
'Poetics,' vi. 158 n.

Twiss, Richard, his 'Travels in Spain,'
v. 289 n. 328 n.

Tyers, Thomas, ii. 7.; iii. 116.; iv.
71.; v. 254.; vii. 156. Anecdotes
by, ix. 168.

Tyrconnel, Lord, i. 200 n.
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, his Vindication,'

viii. 124.

Tytler, Alexander Fraser, Lord Wode-
houselie, ii. 119.; iv. 306.; v. 137 n.
148. 238.

U.

Union, Scotch, iv. 32 n.

Union with Ireland, viii. 295.
'Universal History,' list of the au-
thors of, v. 389 n.

Universities, English, not sufficiently
rich, vi. 128.

'Unius lacertæ,' viii. 89, 89 n.
Upcott, William, i. 151. 314. ii. 173.
286.; iii. 165.; iv. 2.; ix. 257.; x.
122. 209. 316.

Urban Sylvanus, Latin ode to, i. 125.
Useful Knowledge, ix. 78. ; x. 84.
Usher, Archbishop, iii. 148.
Usury laws, vi. 144.

Uttoxeter, Johnson's extraordinary
visit to, viii. 378.; x. 103.

V.

Vallancy, General, viii. 269.
Valière, Mademoiselle de la, iv. 42.
Vane, Anne, i. 226.
Vanity, viii. 411.; ix. 84.

'Vanity of Human Wishes,' i. 221.

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