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Kearney, Rev. Dr. Michael, i. 194 n. ;
vii. 103. 286 n.; viii. 46.
Kearsley, George, bookseller, i.
250 n. viii. 44.

Kedleston, v. 196.; vi. 300.

Kellie, Thomas, sixth Earl of, vi. 312.
Kelly, Hugh, vi. 245.; viii. 411.; ix.
132.

Kemble, John Philip, viii, 236.
Kempis, Thomas à, vii. 54, 54 n.
Ken, Bishop, v. 311.

Kennedy, Rev. Dr., ii. 133.
Kennedy, Dr., his tragedy, vii. 68.
Kennicot, Dr. Benjamin, iii. 142,
142 n.

Kenrick, Dr. William, ii. 300, 300 n. ;
iii. 53. ; iv. 305, 305 n.; vii. 90.
Kepple, Lady Elizabeth, iii. 99 n.
Kerr, James, iv. 32.

Kettel, Dr. Ralph, ii. 41 n.
Kilmorey, John, tenth Viscount, v.
197.; x. 271.

Kindersley, Mr., x. 269.
Kindness, vi. 327.; viii. 140.; ix. 119.
King, Rev. Dr., ii. 32 n.; v. 311 n.;
vii. 171.

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Lade, Sir John, viii. 413.; ix. 38.
Verses on his coming of age, viii.
414.

Langton, Miss Jane, vi. 168. John-
son's letter to, iii. 159.; viii. 267.
Langton, Peregrine, ii. 341.
Langton, Bishop, i. 295 n.
Language, viii. 213. Origin of, viii.
198. Of an ancient author, not to
be modernised, viii. 318. On writ-
ing verses in a dead, v. 319.
Languages, ii. 245.; iii. 12. 81. 183.;
vi. 24. 154.; ix. 255. Irish and
Gaelic, iii. 183. Chinese, vii. 198.
Poets, the preservers of, vi. 154.
The pedigree of nations, iv. 242.

King, Archbishop, his Essay on
Evil,' vii. 283 n.

Kings, their situation, ii. 206. 226.; Lapidary inscriptions, inaccuracy of,
iii. 23.; viii. 19.

vii. 239, 239 n.

King's-Head Club, ii. 218.
Kippis, Dr. Andrew, iii. 157.; iv.
89 n.; vii. 317, 318 n.

Latin, ix. 148. 310. Latin epitaphs,
iv. 164, 164 n.

Laud, Archbishop, his diary, iii. 251.
Lauder, William, his forgery against
Milton, i. 269, 269 n.

Knapton, Messrs., booksellers, ii. 211.
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, vii. 66, 67 n.
Knight, Lady, ii. 275. ; iii. 9 n. Anec-
dotes by, x. 48.

Knitting, v. 303.; vii. 72.
Knowledge, ii. 194. ; iii. 260. ; v. 303.;

Law, vi. 57. Profession of, vi. 23,
24 n. Opinions as to the study and
practice of, ii. 289. 312.; iii. 3. 36.
253. ; iv. 87. ; vi. 23, 24 n. 57. ; ix.
44. 136. Cicero's defence of the
study of, iii. 37 n.

vi. 79.; vii. 188. ix. 4. 70. 78.
Every-day the best, ix. 4. 70. 78.
Knowles, Mary, quakeress, vi. 198.
200 n.; vii. 126. 129. 138. 142. 144.
Her theological dialogue with John-
son, vii. 144. ; x. 15. 106.
Knox, John, iv. 58.

Knox, Rev. Vicesimus, i. 261.; viii.
333. His character of Johnson, x. 153.
Knox, John, on Johnson's 'Journey
to the Hebrides,' v. 237.

Landlords, iii. 103. ; iv. 215.; v. 25.
35.; vii. 80.

Langley, Rev. Mr., v. 195.
Langley, Charles, husband of' Alley
Croker,' vii. 84 n.

Langton, Bennet, i. 118. 294, 294 n. ;
viii. 407.; ix. 219.; x. 57. 138. His
Collectanea of Johnson's sayings,
vii. 350.

Law, Dr. Edmond, Bishop of Carlisle,
vii. 304, 304 n.

Law, William, viii. 287 n. 297.
Serious Call,' i. 69, 69 n.
137 n.; ix. 153.
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, ii. 82 n.
Lawrence, Dr. Thomas, ii. 82.;
228.; vi. 140.; vii. 309.; viii. 128. ;
x. 265, 265 n.

V.

His
137,

Laws, vi. 38. 143.

Lawyers, ii. 312. 324.; vi. 57.; viii. 48.
Lay patronage, argument in defence
of, iii. 319.

Laziness, iv. 251. ; ix. 148.
Lea, Rev. Samuel, i. 46.
Learned ladies, ix. 129.
Learning, iv. 55. 79.; v. 131. 310.; viii.

212.

Leasowes, v. 214.

Lectures, on the practice of teaching
by, ii. 310.; viri. 68.

Lee, Alderman, vi. 198, 198 n.

Lee, Arthur, vi. 189. 196.
Lee, John, vii. 52, 52 n.
Leechman, Dr. William, iv. 66, 66 n. ;
V. 115.

Leeds, Francis, fifth Earl of, vii. 361.
Legitimation by subsequent mar-
riage, vi. 88, 88 n.
Leibnitz, iii. 183.; v. 12.
Leicester, Robert Dudley, Earl of, v.
201.

Leisure, the source of intellectual im-
provement, iii. 258.
Leith, iv. 49.

Leland, Rev. Dr. Thomas, ii. 288.;
vi. 243. ; vii. 158.

Lenox, Mrs. Charlotte, i. 307, 308.;
ii. 134. ; v. 222.; vii. 358. ; viii. 272.
Leslie, Charles, viii. 287 n.
Letter-writing, viii. 80.
Letters, sanctity of private, iii. 49.
'None received in the grave,' viii.
415, 415 n.

Levellers, ii. 233.

Lever, Sir Ashton, viii. 337, 337 n.
Levett, Robert, i. 185.; viii. 121. ;|
x. 45. 82. 258. 263. Verses to the me-
mory of, viii. 122.

Lewis, David, his lines to Pope, viii.
309.

ing, viii. 211. Of the press, iii. 53. ;
vi. 130. Of the pulpit, vi. 181.
Liberty and necessity, viii. 433.
Libraries, iv. 60 n.; ix. 172.
Licensed stews, vi. 134.
Lichfield, vi. 97.

Lewis, Francis, i. 266, 266 n.
'Lexiphanes,' Campbell's, iii. 31, 31 n.
Libels, v. 23.; vi. 60. 130. From the
pulpit, vi. 181. On the character
of the dead, vi. 130.

Liberty, iii. 53. ; vii. 258. Political, iii.
53. Of conscience, iii. 291. Of teach-

Liddell, Sir Henry, iii. 200 n.
Lies, ii. 120. 220.

Life, rules for the conduct of, vii.
140. Dryden's lines on, viii. 304.
Human, viii. 331. Reflections on,
ii. 135.; iii. 3.; vi. 175. 219. 262.;
ix. 34. 53. 71. 97. 175.
'Lillibullero,' ballad of, v. 290, 291 n.
Linen, advantages of wearing, iv.
229.

Lintot, the bookseller, i. 112.
'Literary Club,' founded, ii. 272. 320,
321. 323. 325.; iii. 279. 299.; iv.
111.; v. 255. 288, 288 n.; vi. 235.
248. 263.; vii. 59, 59 n. 122. 375.;
ix. 47. Complete list of its mem-
bers from its foundation to the pre-
sent time, ii. 325.

'Literary Anecdotes,' Nichols's, a
storehouse of facts and dates, viii.
374.

Literary fame, v. 303.
Literary fraud, i. 304. ; ii. 72. 125.
Literary Journals, iii. 25.
Literary man, life of, viii. 76.
Literary property, ii. 222.; iii. 302.,
iv. 70.; viii. 100.

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Lloyd, Mr., quaker, of Birmingham,

vi. 87. 89.

Lloyd, Humphry, the antiquary, v.
201.

Loudoun,John,fourth Earl of, v.118 n.
Loudoun, Lady Margaret Dalrymple,
Countess of, vii. 231.

Lloyd, Olivia, quakeress, i. 97.
Lobe's 'Account of Abyssinia,' i. 90.; Loughborough, Lord, ii. 141. 143. 158,
159.; v. 299 n.; vi. 116, 117.; viii.
168 n.

vi. 122.

Local attachment, iii. 108.
Locality, viii. 227.

Lochbuy, the Laird of, v. 81, 82 n.
Lochbuy, Lady, v. 82.

Louis XIV., iii. 26.; vii. 192.
Lovat, Simon, twelfth Lord, i. 208. ;
iv. 246 n.; v. 149.

Love, ii. 151.; iii. 187.; v. 306.; vi.
92.; vii. 19. ;
viii. 55. ix. 76.
;
Love and Madness, viii. 177. A play,
viii. 55.
Loveday, Dr. John, iii. 302 n.
Lovibond, Edward, i. 111.

London, i. 217.; vii. 288.
Lofft, Capel, viii. 276.

Low company, viii. 316.
Low Life, v. 38.
Lowe, Mr., i. 41. 43.

Lombe, John, his silk-mill at Derby, Lowe, Mauritius, painter, vii. 252.
vi. 306.

346 n.; viii. 192.

Lowth, Dr. Robert, Bishop of Lon-
don, iii. 23.; iv. 80. 130.; vi. 181.
Lowther, Sir James, the miser, iv. 116.
Lowthers, family of the, iv. 117.
Lucas, Dr. Charles, ii. 65 n.
Lucian, vi. 126 n.; vii. 380.
Lumisden, Andrew, vi. 20.
Lunardi, aëronaut, viii. 361, 362.
'Lusiad,' viii. 246.
Luton Hoe, viii. 96.

Loch Lomond, v. 109. ; vii. 256.
Lock, William, of Norbury Park, viii.

11.

Locke, John, iv. 93; vii. 355. His
verses to Dr. Sydenham, iv. 94. His
plan of education, vii. 222.

Lodgings, list of Johnson's various, in

London, i. 110. 114.; v. 278. 301 n.;
vi. 138. 322. ; vii. 77. 87. 149. 227.
282.; viii. 152. 380. The great field
of genius and exertion, i. 110. Art
of Living' in, i. 114. Johnson's
poem of, i. 129. 132. 140. 142. 144.
222. Johnson's love of, ii. 76. 202.;
iii. 134. 148. 75.; vi. 323.; vii. 87.
249.; viii. 363 n. The fountain of
intelligence, v. 183. No place where
economy can be so well practised as
in, vii. 249. State of the poor in,
vii. 282. Too large, v. 301. Mode
of choosing its mayors, vii. 220.
Pennant's Account' of, vii. 113.
Shopkeeper, iv. 80. 82 n., 83. No
place cures a man's vanity so well
as, iii. 134.

Lord Chancellors, mode of choosing,
iii. 186.

'London Chronicle,' ii. 72. 275.; iii.
108. 246.; vii. 48.; viii. 52.
Londoners, iii. 105.; v. 35.
Long, Dudley. See North, viii. 48. 56.
Longitude, ii. 54.

Longlands, Mr., iii. 223.

Longley, John, vii. 356 n.
Lonsdale, first Earl of, iv. 116,
Looking-glasses, vi. 13.
Lopez de Vega, ix. 24.

Luxury, iii. 202. 256. ; iv. 56. ; v. 102. ;
vi. 178.; vii. 54. 123. 135.
Lydiat, Thomas, i. 225 n.
Lye, Edward, his Saxon Dictionary,
ii. 321.

Lyttelton, George, Lord, ii. 3. 14.;
iii. 23. 140. 260 n. 280.; iv. 164.; v.
9 n. 213. ; vi. 77. 150.; vii. 334.; viii.
27.; ix. 135.254.; x.114. His 'Life of
Henry II.,' iii. 23. 260 n.; vi. 150 n.
Johnson's Life of, viii. 27.
His
'Dialogues of the Dead,' vi. 77. ;
viii. 28.

Lyttelton, Thomas, Lord, his vision,
viii. 302 n.

Lyttelton, Mr., uncle of Lord Lyttel
ton, iii. 162.; vi. 176 n.
Lyttelton, Miss, vi. 176 n.

M.

Macartney, George, Earl of, ii. 134. ;
vi. 139 n.; vii. 73 n. 322. ; viii. 30 n.
Macaulay, Rev. Kennett, his 'Ac-
count of St. Kilda,' iii. 41. 176.; iv.
122. 124.

Macaulay, Mrs., wife of the Rev. K.
Macaulay, v. 328.

Macaulay, Catharine, i. 289 n.; ii.
233. 284.; iii. 258. ; v. 277 n.; vi.
166 n. 198.; vii. 1.; ix. 130. 144.
Macbean, Alexander, i. 152. 216.; iii.
238.; vii. 347.; viii. 68.

Macbeth, i. 203.; iii. 93.; iv. 119.
'Maccaroni,' iv. 204.

Maccaronic verses, vii. 125.
Macclesfield, George, Earl of, ii. 14 n.
Macclesfield, Countess of, reputed

mother of Savage, i. 195. 201 n.
Macconochie, Mr., afterwards Lord
Meadowbank, vii. 35 n.
Maccruslick, iv. 180 n. 197.
Macdonald, Sir James, ii, 235.; iii.
187 n. ; iv. 161. 164. 191. 285.; v. 15. ;
viii. 57.
-Macdonald, Sir Alexander, iii. 186.;
iv. 159, 160 n. 163. 173.; v. 48.; vi.
126.

Macdonald, Lady Margaret, vii. 257.
Macdonald, Flora, iv. 203 n., 204, 205,
206. 208 n. 288. 329.

Macdonald, Major-general, iv. 295.
Macdonalds, the, v. 174 n.

Macfarlane, Mr., antiquary, iv. 167.
Mackenzie, Sir George, iv. 224.
Mackenzie, Henry, ii. 127. His Man
of the World;'Man of Feeling,'
iv. 309.

His epitaph, by

259 n.; vi. 130.
his son, iv. 44.
Maclaurin, John, afterwards Lord
Dreghorn, ii. 259. ; iv. 43 n.; V.

Mackinnon, Mrs., iv. 294.
Mackinnon's Cave, v. 69, 70 n.
Mackintosh, Sir James, v. 182 n.
292 n.; vi. 203 n.; viii. 318. 320.
His character of Johnson, x. 168.
Macklin, Charles, actor, ii. 158.; vi.
117.

310.

Maclean, Alexander, Laird of Col,
vi. 27. 41.

Maclean, Donald, heir of the Laird of
Col, v. 62. 65, 66. 68 n.
Maclean, Sir Allan, iv. 167 n.; v. 41.
57. 59, 60. 62 n. 69, 70. 75. 80. 84 n.
329.; vi. 229. 260.
Maclean, Rev. Hector, v. 12.
Maclean, Dr. Alexander, his descrip-
tion of Johnson, v. 41. 80.
Maclean, Captain Lauchlan, v. 10.
Maclean, Miss, v. 51. 60.
Maclean of Torloisk, v. 242 n.
Macleod, General John, Laird of
Rasay, iv. 162. 193 n. 215 n. John-
son's letter to, iv. 298. His 'Me-
moirs' of his own life, iv. 320.
Macleod, Lady, some account of, iv.
217, 218 n. 220.

Macleod, Miss, of Rasay, iv. 195. ;
v. 11.

Macleod, Sir Roderick, iv. 218. 223.
Macleod, Rev. Neil, v. 78, 79, 80.
Macleod, Malcolm, iii. 551.; iv. 174.
197.

Macleod, Alexander or Sandie, of
Muiravenside, iv. 179, 180 n. 195.
197.210.

Macleod, Dr., iv. 179.

Macleod, Colonel, of Talisker, iv. 179.
Macleod, Professor, his brother, iv. 95.
Macleod, Mr., of Ulinish, iv. 194. 223.
258.

Macleod, Colin, iv. 193.

Macleod's dining tables, iv. 258.
Macleod's maidens, iv. 258.

Maclure, Captain, v. 54.
Macneil, of Barra, iv. 247.
M'Nicol, Rev. Donald, i. 5 n. ; v.
242 n.
Macpherson, James, ii. 168.; iv. 95.
262.; v. 138. 224. 227. 229, 230.
233. 235. 243. 245. See Ossian.
Maclaurin, Colin, mathematician, ii. Macpherson, Mr., in Slate, v. 47.

Macpherson, Dr. John, his Scottish
Antiquities,' iv. 216. His Latin
ode from the Isle of Barra, iv. 297.
Macpherson, Rev. Martin, and family,
iv. 296. 299.

Macquarrie, of Ulva, v. 53. 261. 268.
Macqueen, Rev. Donald, v. 143, 144.

162. 173. 175. 177. 277. 231. 233, 234,
235. 240. 245. 256. 263. 272.; v. 333.
Macra, Mr. John, iv. 242.
Macraes, clan of, iv. 151 n., 152 n.
242 n.

Macsweyn, Mr., v. 14, 15 n. 17. 33.
Macswinney, Owen, vi. 193 n.
Madden, Dr. Samuel, ii. 8. 73, 73 n. ;
v. 258 n. His 'Boulter's Monu-
ment,' ii. 74 n.

Madness, i. 65.; ii. 170.; vi. 319, 320.;

53.

Maiden assize, vii. 96 n.
Maittaire, Michael, Johnson's cha-
racter of, vii. 351. His account of
the Stephani,' Senilia,' and
'Dialects,' vii. 351, 352.
Mallet, or Malloch, David, ii. 15. 85.
184.; iii. 189. 276.; iv. 192.; vii.
12. 280. 284.; viii. 212. ; ix. 149. 195.
His tragedy of Elvira,' ii. 184.
His Life of Lord Bacon,' vii. 13.
His poem on repairing the Univer-
sity of Aberdeen, viii. 211.
Malone, Edmond, ix. x. xv.; i. 9 n.
11 n. 42 n. 45, 67 n. 73 n. 88 n. 89 n.
174 n. 181. 187 n. 237 n. 240 n. 243 n.
247 n. 249 n. 253 n. 258 n. 268 n.
272 n. 284 n. 285 n. 286 n. 298 n.
301 n. 306 n.; ii. 9 n. 178 n. 290.
Johnson's letters to, viii. 124.
Man, v. 295. Not a machine, iv. 121.
Said to be a cooking animal, iv.
28 n. Picture of, by Shakspeare
and Milton, viii. 44 n. Difference
between a well and ill bred, viii.
321.

Man of fashion, viii. 160.
'Man of Feeling,' ii. 126.

'Man of the World,' iv. 308.
Mandeville's Fable of the Bees,' vii.
135, 136.; ix. 144. His Treatise
on the Hypochondriacal Disease,'
ix. 144.

Mandeville, Sir John, his Travels
in China' recommended, ix. 317.
Manley, Mrs., viii. 189.
Manners, vi. 176. ; vii. 375.

Manners of the great, vii. 216. In-
stances of the change of, iv. 55,
56 n.

ix. 117.

Madness and hypochondria, distinc- Mantuanus, Johannes Baptista, viii.
tion between, i. 65.
'Mahogany,' a liquor so called, viii.

171 n.

Manning, Rev. Owen, ii. 321 n.
Manning, Mr., compositor, viii. 323.
Manningham, Dr., vi. 302.
Mansfield, Lord, iii. 187 n. 222. 231.
268.; iv. 18. 97. ; v. 147. 256. 277.;
vi. 113 n. 213. 327 n.; vii. 326.; viii.
20. 168.

Marana, J. P., author of The Turk-
ish Spy,' viii. 189 n.
Marchetti, an Italian physician, ix.
317.
Marchmont, Hugh, fourth Earl of,
iii. 190 n.; vii. 202. 204. 208. 267.
308.; viii. 20.
Markland, Jeremiah, philologist, viii.
147 n.; ix. 88.
Marlay, Dr. Richard, viii. 46 n.
Marlborough, John, Duke of, iv.
192.; v. 205.; vi. 81. 180.; vii. 260.
Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of,
i. 174.; iv. 192.; viii. 55.
'Marmor Norfolciense,' i. 156, 157.
Marriage, ii. 110. 151.; iii. 47, 48. 77.
106. 119, 120. 196.; iv. 230 n.; v.
266. 316.; vi. 88 n., 89. 93. 109. 117.
143.; vii. 153.; viii. 293, 294.; ix.
38.

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