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Martin's Account of the Hebrides,' Melcombe, George Bubb Dodington,
ii. 236. ; iv. l.; vii. 73.
Lord, i. 244 n. 253 n.
Martin's Antiquitates Divi Andrei,' Melmoth, William, vii. 317 n., 318.;
iv. 57, 58.
viii. 269 n.

Martinelli, Vincenzio, iii. 259. 262.
Martyrdom, iii. 291, 292.
Mary, Queen of Scots, ii. 119.; iv. 32.;
v. 176. 188. 190. 226 n.; x. 276.
Mason, Rev. William, iii. 195. ; vi. 150.
His 'Elfrida,' v. 275. His Carac-
tacus,' v. 276. His prosecution of
Mr. Murray, the bookseller,
138 n.
His share in the 'Heroic
Epistle,' viii. 91. 318 n.
Masquerades, iii. 240.
Mass, iii. 111.

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Melville, Viscount. See Dundas.
Member of parliament, duty of, on an
election committee, viii. 48 n.
Memis, Dr., Physician of Aberdeen,
v. 223, 224. 230. 320.; vi. 221. 228.
Memory, i. 34.; iv. 65.; vii. 9 n. 285.;
viii. 107.; ix. 8. 185. 218.
vii.Menagiana,' iii. 285.; vii. 175. n.
200 n.; viii. 172 n.

Merchants, ii. 294 n.; v. 63.; vii. 353.
Mercheta mulierum, v. 55.

Massillon, v. 43.

Massinger, his play of 'The Picture,' Metaphysical tailor, viii. 178.
vii. 289.

Metaphysics, i. 71.

Masters, Mary, 289 n.; viii. 241 n.
Matrimonial infidelities, vi. 143.
Matrimonial thought, iii. 120.
Maty, Dr. Matthew, ii. 35n.; vi. 238 n.
His 'Bibliothéque Britannique,' ii.
35 n.

Metcalfe, Philip, vi. 210.; viii. 145.
Method, advantages of, vi. 220.
Methodism, iií. 133.

Methodists, ii. 246 m.; iii. 133. 138.
141.; v. 143.; viii. 332.

Meynell, Hugh, his happy expression
respecting London, i. 84, 85.; vii.
251.

Mickle, William Julius, 220 n.; v. 90.;
viii. 246, 247. 310.

Microscopes, iii. 24.

Micyllus, Jacobus, v. 195.
Middle state, i. 286 n.; v. 100 n.
Middle rank in France, want of, vi.
9 n. 21.

Maupertius, iii. 45.

Mawbey, Sir Joseph, iii. 65 n.
Maxwell, Rev. Dr. William, his anec-
dotes of Johnson, iii. 129, 129 n.
Mayne, William, Baron Newhaven,

vii. 291.

Mayo, Rev. Dr., iii. 289. 291. 294,
295, 296 n.

Mead, Dr., vi. 218. 311.

Meadowbank, Lord, vii. 35.

merit, v. 257 n.

Medicated baths, of, iii. 104.

Meditation on a pudding, v. 93.

Merit, intrinsic, ii. 227. Men of, not
neglected, viii. 160.

Meals, stated, vii. 153.

Middlesex election, vii. 46. 292.
Middleton, Lady Diana, iv. 84 n.

Medals, only valuable as a stamp of Midgeley, Dr. Samuel, viii. 189 n.

Migration of birds, iii. 289.

Military character, respect paid to,
iii. 83.; vi. 125.

Mediterranean, vi. 154.
Meek, Rev. Dr., ii. 18, 19. 21 n.
Melancholy, i. 65.; iii. 34.; iv. 227.; vi.
70. 120 n. 213. 225. 319, 320.; vii. 301.
311. 369.; ix. 209. Johnson's remedy
against, ii. 232.; vi. 70. 120. 320.; vii.
234. Johnson projects a history of
his, iii. 34.
Melancthon, Boswell's letter to John-
son from the tomb of, vi. 251. 255.

Miller, Andrew, bookseller, i. 211.;
ii. 38 n., 39.; vii. 264 n.
Miller, Lady, her vase at Batheaston,
v. 277 n.

Miller, Professor John, v. 114 n.
Milner, Rev. Joseph, his defence of
the methodists, ii. 246 n. Lauder's
forgery against, i. 270.
Milton, John, i. 267. 270.; iii. 283 n; iv.
9.; v. 205.; vi. 21.; vii. 222. 253. 287.

366.; viii. 9.12. 45. 306.; ix. 324. Apo-
theosis of, not written by Johnson,
i. 155. Johnson's prologue for the
benefit of his grand-daughter, i. 267.
His Tractate on Education,' vii.
Johnson's Life of, viii. 9. 11.
His picture of man, viii. 46 n.
Johnson's saying respecting, viii.

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306.

Mimicry, ix. 151.

Mind, vii. 190, 191.; ix. 71. 186. In-
fluence of the weather on, ii. 89.
Management of, vi. 70. Cardan's
mode of composing his, vi. 320 n.
Miracles, ii. 230.; vii. 5.; ix. 189.
Miseries of human life, v. 295.
Misers, iv. 116.; v. 48.; vii. 174.
Misery, balance of, viii. 303.; x. 291.
Misfortunes, vii. 378.

Missionaries, v. 143.

Mistresses, ii. 151.

Modesty, vii. 215.

Moira, Earl of, iv. 196 n.
Moltzer, Jacobus, v. 195 n.

Monarchy, vi. 167.

Monasteries, ii. 132. 312.; iv. 58.
Monboddo, James Burnet, Lord, and
his writings, iii. 73. 172, 172 n.
225 n. 303.; iv. 39. 73n. 76. 82 n
114.; v. 66 n. 125. 334.; vi. 229. 310.
316,317.; vii. 36. 319.; viii. 105.270
Money, iv. 57. ; vi. 324.; vii. 97. 199 n.;
viii. 133. 137; ix. 90.
Money-getting, v. 261.; vii. 256.
Monks, vi. 4.

Monkton, Hon. Mary, Countess of
Cork and Orrery, vii. 320 n, 324.;
viii. 87.

Monnoye, M. de la, vii. 175.
Monro, Dr., viii. 259.
Montagu, Mrs., iii. 89. 91. 145.; iv. 267.;
vii. 74. 229. 247. 315 n. 317. 319. 324,
336.; viii. 36. 46. 273.; ix. 65. 254.
256. Johnson's letters to, il 113.
115 n.

Montaigne, iii. 134 n.
Montesquieu, iv. 220.; vii. 135'n.
Monthly Review, iii. 25.; vi. 150.
Montrose, William Graham, second
Duke of, vii. 70 n.

Montrose, James, third Duke o
256.; viii. 86.

Monuments, iii. 282. Inaccuracy of

inscriptions on, vii. 239.

Moody, Mr., the actor, v. 282. 287.
Morality, ix. 212.

More, Sir Thomas, v. 195 n.; vi.
168 n.; vii. 91. 137. 322 n.; viii. 73.
77. 272. 306.

More, Hannah, vii. 137 n.; viii. 306.;
ix. 65. 123. 220. Her anecdotes of
Johnson, ix. 318.

More, Dr. Henry, the Platonist, iii.
192 n.

Morell, Dr. Thomas, v. 91.
Moreri's Dictionary, v. 42.

Morgann, Maurice, his Essay on the
Character of Falstaff,' viii. 182 n.
Morris, Corbyn, his Essay on Wit,'
viii. 83.

Mosaic account of the creation, ii.
134

Moss, Dr., viii. 46.

Motto on the dial-plate of Johnson's
watch, iii. 48.

Mounsey, Dr. Messenger, iii. 56,
56 n.

Mount Edgecumbe, iv. 104.
Mountstuart, Lord (afterwards first
Marquis of Bute), iii. 5.; vi. 58 n.
114. 218 n.; vii. 297.; viii. 108.
200 n. 217 n.

Muck, Isle of, iv. 243.

Mudge, Rev. Zachariah, ii. 147.
Johnson's character of, viii. 51.
Character of his 'Sermons,' viii. 75.
Mudge, Dr. John, ii. 147. ;. viii. 234.
Mudge, Thomas, watchmaker, ii.
147 n.

Mulgrave, Constantine Phipps, Lord,
iv. 256.; vi. 123, 124 n.

Mull, Isle of, v. 39. 41. 45. 52. 72. 78.
Muller, Mr., engineer, ii. 116 n.
Mulso, Miss, afterwards Mrs. Cha-

pone, i. 235. 289.; vii. 315 n.; viii.
242. See Chapone.

Murder, proscription of, in Scotland,
iv. 14. 87.

Murison, Professor, iv. 60.
Murphy, Arthur, i. 220. 290.; ii. 64.

83. 101 n. 121, 122 n. 296 n. ; iii. 84.
140 n.; v. 233. 322.; vi. 147, 148,
149, 150, 151. 160.; vii. 55.; viii.
250. His anecdotes of Johnson, x.
66.

Murray, Lord George, chief of the
Pretender's staff, v. 323 n.
Murray, William, Attorney-General,
ii. 49 n. See Mansfield, Lord.
Murray, Patrick, fifth Lord Elibank,
iii. 161 n.

Murray, Mr., Solicitor-General of
Scotland, afterwards Lord Hender.
land, vi. 124.

Murray, John, bookseller (father of
the proprietor and publisher of this
work), vii. 138. Prosecution of, by
Mason the poet, vii. 138 n. His
Letter to W. Mason, A. M.' vii.
138 n.

Musgrave, Sir Richard, x. 264 n.
Musgrave, Dr. Samuel, vii. 169 n.
Music, iii. 194. 307 n.; vii. 17. 72.;
ix. 140. 169. 211. 257. 274. The only
sensual pleasure without vice, vii.
369. In heaven, i. 166.; iii. 194.
Johnson's wish to learn the scale
of, six months before his death,
iii. 307 n. His insensibility to the
charms of, ii. 131 m.; v. 47.; vi. 29.
Musk, vii. 229.
Myddleton, Mr., of Gwaynynog, v.

212, 212 n.; vi. 298 n.
Mylne, Robert, architect, ii. 116.
Mysteriousness in trifles, ix. 97.
Mystery, vii. 53. 178.; ix. 131.
Mythology, vii. 351. 364 n.

N.

Nash, Beau, viii. 290.
National debt, iii. 142. ; ix. 27.
National faith, vii. 369.

Native place, love of, renewed in old
age, viii. 131.

Natural affection, iii. 106.

Natural equality of mankind, ii. 316 n.
Natural goodness, iv. 222. 226.
Natural right, vi. 38.

Nature, ix. 120.

Necessity, doctrine of, viii. 331.
Needle-work, ix. 99.

Negro, Johnson's argument in favour
of one claiming his liberty, vii. 21. 35
Nelson, Robert, his Festivals and
Fasts,' vi. 90.

"Network,' Johnson's definition of,
ii. 47.

Newdigate, Sir Roger, iii. 51 n.
Newhaven, William Mayne, Lord, vii.
291 n.

Murray, John, jun., his account of
the various portraits of Dr. John-
son, x. 311.

'Muses' Welcome to King James,' New Testament, v. 116.; vii, 143.
iv. 53.

Newton, Sir Isaac, ii. 241.; v. 13.
viii. 118. 213.

;

Newspapers, iii. 204.; vii. 376.
Newspaper abuse, ix. 66.

Newton, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of
Bristol, Johnson's character of, viii.
286 n.

'Nice' people, ix. 99.

Nichols, Dr. Frank, v. 299 n.; vi. 305.
Nichols, John, viii. 4, 5 n. 34 n. 374.
388. His Anecdotes of Bowyer,'
viii. 146. His Anecdotes of John-
son, x. 62.

Nicknames, ix. 35.

Nicol, George, bookseller, viii. 247.
Johnson's letter to, viii. 369.
Nightcaps, iv. 300.; v. 37.
'Nil Admirari,' ix. 118.

'No, sir,' in what sense used by John-
son, viii. 318.

Nobility, iv. 103. Usurpation of the,
viii. 245.

Nairne, William, afterwards Sir Wil-
liam, iv. 27. 48, 48 n. 52. 58. 67.
Nairne, Colonel, iv. 67, 68.
Nash, Rev. Dr. Treadaway, his His-Nonjuror,' Cibber's play of the, v.
tory of Worcestershire,' vii. 109.;

258.

Nollekens, Mr., his bust of Johnson,
vii. 32. 43 n.; x. 104.
Nollekens, Mrs., viii. 42.

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.
Norton, Sir Fletcher, iii. 92.; vi. Oglethorpe, General, i. 140 n.; iii.
110 n.
215. 217, 218. 220, 221 n.; v. 294.
296 n.; vi. 173. 179.;
viii. 90. 158, 159.

vii. 123, 124. ;

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

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.

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'Nuğ yœg Eęxera,' (for the night
cometh,') the motto on the dial-
plate of Johnson's watch, iii, 48.

0.

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

Oaths, iii. 259. ; v. 141. 260.; vi. 160.
'Oats,' Johnson's definition of, ii. 48.;
v. 136 n.; 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.

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. His' Day
of Judgment,' ii. 206 n.

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.
Omai, vi. 123.

Opera girls, viii. 160.
Opinion, ix. 68.

Opinion of the world, ix. 88. 135.
Opium, viii. 159.

Orange peels, v. 269.

Oratory, iii. 248.; viii. 81. 197.
Ord, Mrs., vii. 315 n. 319. 332.
Orde, Lord Chief Baron, iv. 19.
Orford, Earl of, vii. 10 n.; viii. 317.
337 n.
Organ, v. 276.

Origin of evil, v. 111.

Original sin, viii. 103.; ix. 208.
Orme, Mr., his character of Johnson's
Journey,' v. 162 n. 233 n. His
eulogy on Johnson, vii. 126.
Ormond, James, second Duke of, iv.

149.

Orrery, John, fifth Earl of, iv. 259.
Orrery, John Boyle, Earl of, i. 214.
289.; ii. 51.; vii. 81. 163.; vili. 8.
163.

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.
130.

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.

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.

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.

P.

Pagan mythology, vii. 363.

Painters, vii. 120.

Painting, ii. 131 n.; vi. 68. ; ix. 39. 139. Patronage, iv. 55.; viii. 160.

169. 211.

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.

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., ii. 68. Anecdotes

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

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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.

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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