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Student, The, or Oxford and Cam-
bridge Miscellany, i. 140, 153.
Study, method of, 48, 274, 286-
7, 305, 307, 316; ii. 306, 339-40.
Style in composition, i. 293, 467;
ii. 133, 185, 189, 196, 210. See
Johnson.

Subordination, i. 273, 295, 299,
570; ii. 56, 199, 214, 245, 267,
288.
Succession, male, Boswell and the

Barony of Auchinleck, i. 631-41.
Suicide, i. 494–5, 512; ii. 446, 498.
Sunday, harvest work, ii. 236; legal
consultations, i. 603; scheme of
life for it, i. 202.

Supernatural appearances, i. 438.
Swallows, their hibernation, i. 371,
510.

Swan, Dr., i. 104.

Swearing, the habit of, i. 408, 449 ;
ii. 28, 145.

Swift, Jonathan, Conduct of the
Allies, i. 377; Drapier's Letter,
i. 565; Gulliver's Travels, ib.;
Journal, ii. 465; Plan for the
Improvement of the English Lan-
guage, i. 565; Sentiments of a
Church of England man, i. 565 n. ;
Sermon on the Trinity, ib.; Tale
of a Tub, i. 302, 564; Johnson's
attacks on him, i. 302, 377, 564;
ii. 378; praises, i. 424, 467; re-
commended to him, i. 90; ii.
378; writes his Life, ii. 378-9;
mentioned, i. 467; ii. 235.
Swinfen, Dr. Samuel, i. 44, 53, 56.
Swinton, Rev. Mr., i. 181.
Swiss, the, i. 105; ii. 151.
Sydenham, Dr. Thomas, i. 99; Life
by Johnson, i. 26, 104.
Sydney, Algernon, i. 482.
Sylvanus's First Book of the Iliad,
ii. 306.

Sympathy, i. 394-5, 675, 677; ii.
114-5.

Tacitus, remarks on, i. 466.
Talbot, Miss Catharine, i. 136.
Tasker, Rev. Mr., ii. 281–2.
Taste, defined, i. 467; refinement

of it, ii. 582; Reynolds's rule
for judging it, ii. 567.
Tatler Revived, i. 135.
Taverns, i. 661; ii. 389.
Taxation no Tyranny, planned, i.
544; account of it, i. 560-3, 576;
mentioned, ii. 154, 169, 215.
Taylor, Chevalier, a quack, ii. 392.
Taylor, Jeremy, ii. 551-2; Golden
Grove, ii. 552.

Taylor, Rev. Dr. John, i. 31, 51,
132, 159, 161; ii. 99, 104, 106, 115–
22, 126, 134, 138-9, 142-7, 153,
157-8, 170, 500, 533, 598, 605,
614, 616, 637, 648, 649 n.; visited
at Ashbourne by Johnson, i.
679; ii. 104; dinners at his Lon-
don house, ii. 35, 182; anecdotes
of, i. 115, 126; ii. 115, 145; his
character by Johnson, i. 679-80;
ii. 106, 139.

Taylor, John, a Birmingham trader,
i. 57.

Taylor, John (Demosthenes), ii. 240.
Taylor, Mr., a gentleman-artist, of
Bath, ii. 319.

Teaching, liberty of, ii. 493; wretch-
edness of, i. 57.

Temple, Rev. William Johnson, i.

292, 339, 510, 563, 599; ii. 449.
Temple, Sir William, i. 214, 499,
639; ii. 249, 616; gave ca-
dence to English prose, ii. 196;
his style a model to Johnson, i.
148.

Testimony, compared with argu-
ment, ii. 542.

Thames, Johnson and Boswell row
to Greenwich, i. 305; to Black-
friars, i. 649; ribaldry of passers-
by, ii. 351.

Theobald, Lewis, i. 219.
Theocritus, ii. 334-5.

Thicknesse, Philip, criticizes Smol-
lett, ii. 180.

Thinking, liberty of, i. 511, 514.
Thirlby, Dr. Styan, ii. 454.
Thirty-nine Articles, articles of
peace, i. 402; meaning of sub-
scription, i. 438; petition for
removing the subscription, ib.

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Thomas, Colonel, ii. 490 n.
Thomas, Nathaniel, ii. 67.
Thomson, James, i. 376, 597; ii.
26, 271, 396 n.; Johnson in-
serts him among the Lives, ii. 80,
87, 101.

Thomson, Rev. James, case of
ecclesiastical censure, ii. 39-46,66.
Thomson, Mr., a schoolmaster (the
poet's brother-in-law), i. 376;
ii. 87, 271.

Thornton, Bonnell, i. 140, 147 n.,
264; Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, i.
280.

Thrale, 'Old,' the brewer, Henry
Thrale's father, i. 328.
Thrale, Henry, i. 327-31, 351, 380,

497, 538-40, 608-9; ii. 13, 16,
17, 30-1, 69, 79, 274, 281, 298,
314, 317, 327, 332-3, 387, 453,
565, 583 seq.; death, ii. 396-7,
407, 442; Johnson as executor,
ii. 397; dinners and breakfasts
at his house, i. 385, 482-4, 493-
5, 509, 556, 569, 584, 645; ii. 4,
19-24, 188, 260, 393.
Thrale, Henry (son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thrale), death, i. 675, 677.
Thrale, Hester Lynch (Miss Salus-
bury, afterwards Mrs. Piozzi), i.
329-31, 385-6, 483, 494, 538-40,
584, 607, 628, 676; ii. 1, 30-1,
69, 160, 163, 172-5, 185, 189,
238, 245, 260 seq, 274, 281, 298,
303, 318 seq., 359, 374, 387, 389,
394 seq., 418, 431, 452 seq., 456
seq., 501, 539, 568, 612, 623;
her engagement to Piozzi, ii. 583;
Anecdotes of Johnson, cited, cor-
rected, or explained, i. 28 n. 1, 30,
47 n., 62 n. 2, 277, 278 n., 321,
469 n.; ii. 175, 215 n., 481, 583-
9; British Synonymy, ii. 643;
Letters, ii. 102 n., 322, 513, 566,
577, 583 n. 1, 622 n. 1, 629, 631.
Thrale, Miss, i. 609, 628; ii. 4, 318.
Thuanus (De Thou), i. 22; John-
son thinks of translating his His-
tory, ii. 642.

Thucydides, ii. 249, 352.

Thurlow, first Lord, i. 581; ii. 15,

467, 563, 580; legal opinion on
Rev. J. Thomson's case, ii. 44-6;
proposed addition to Johnson's
pension, ii. 574-5, 589-90, 607-
8; letter to Johnson, ii. 333.
Tickell, Thomas, i. 405; Life by
Johnson, ii. 374.

Tillotson, John, Archbishop of
Canterbury, Sermons, ii. 188.
Toland, John, i. 19.

Toleration, i. 511-5; ii. 341, 493;
universal, ii. 286.

To Miss

on her giving the
Authour a Purse, i. 351.
Tonson, Jacob, ii. 32.

Tooke, Horne (at first Rev. John
Horne), criticizes Johnson's ety-
mologies, ii. 268; Letter to Mr.
Dunning, ib.

Topham, Edward, proprietor of
The World, case of, ii. 11 n.
Toplady, Rev. Mr., meets John-
son at Dilly's, i. 510, 516.
Tories and Toryism, ii. 419, 549,
553; defined, i. 198;
how gen-

erated, ii. 245; reverence for
government, ii. 406-7.

Torré, M., firework maker, ii. 572.
Torture of accused persons, i. 312.
Towers, Dr. J., Essay on the Life
of Johnson, ii. 362; Letter to Dr.
Johnson, &c., i. 562.

Townley, C., an engraver, ii. 649 n.
Townley, Charles, ii. 88 n.
Townshend, Right Hon. Charles,
i. 490; ii. 2.

Townshend, Right Hon. Thomas
(afterwards first Viscount Syd-
ney), ii. 568.

Townson, Rev. Dr., i. 518 n.; ii.
558 n.

Trade, remarks on, i. 327, 397, 456,
487, 647.

'Trade, The' (the booksellers of
London), i. 292, 582; ii. 216.
Translations, ii. 477; how to judge
of their merit, ii. 195; what
books can and what cannot be
translated, ii. 25, 195.
Trapp, Dr., ii. 620 n.

Travellers, ancient and modern,

INDEX

ii. 269; mean to tell the truth,
ii. 180; modern mostly laughed
at, ii. 227; unsatisfactory un-
less trustworthy, i. 575.
Travelling, advice about it, i. 289;
its grand object, ii. 24-5; supplies
little to the conversation, ii. 267;
time ill spent on it in early man-
hood, ii. 266.

Travels, books of, ii. 227.

Trecothick, Alderman, his English,
ii. 55, 154.

Trimlestown, Lord, ii. 173-4.

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Trotter, Beatrix, ii. 271.
Trotter,, an engraver, ii. 649 n.
Trotz, Professor, i. 318.
Truth, children to be strictly

trained in it, ii. 175; devia-
tions from it very frequent, ii.
303; moral and physical, ii.
338; how far obligatory, ii. 241,
283-4, 559-60; perpetual vigi-
lance needed, ii. 176, 601; society
held together by it, ii. 222.
Tunbridge School, ii. 576.
Turkey and the Turks, i. 469, 639.
Turkish Spy, ii. 480.
Turton, Dr., ii. 125.
Twalmley, the great, ii. 476.
Twickenham, Boswell and John-
son's drive to it, i. 593.
Twiss, Richard, Travels, i. 582.
Tyburn, executions at, ii. 473.
Tyers, Jonathan, ii. 232.
Tyers, Thomas, account and anec-
dotes of, i. 107; ii. 232; Bio-
graphical Sketch of Dr. Johnson,
ii. 233.

Tyrconnel, Lord, i. 119.
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Chatterton's
poems, ii. 438 n.

Tytler, William, i. 554; History
of Mary Queen of Scots, i. 235.

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i. 599; theory and practice, i.
369-70; ii. 106; value of fel-
lowships, ii. 9.

Usher, Archbishop, i. 424.
Usury, law against, ii. 18.
Uttoxeter Market, Johnson does
penance there, ii. 612.

Vacancies, eagerness for, ii. 191.
Vails, i. 386.

Valetudinarians, i. 668; ii. 1, 116.
Vallancy, Colonel, ii. 535, 536, 539.
Vanbrugh, Sir John, ii. 372.
Vanity of Human Wishes, account
of it, i. 129-32, 342; Boswell
finds in it the means of happiness,
ii. 91 n.

Vansittart, Dr., i. 231, 468.
Vauxhall Gardens, ii. 232.
Veal, Mrs., her ghost, i. 447.
Veale, Thomas, ii. 392 n.
Versailles, i. 608, 617.
Vertot, i. 501; ii. 564.
Vesey, Right Hon. Agmondesham,
i. 320, 564; ii. 352.
Vesey, Mrs., ii. 320-1.
Vestris, the dancer, ii. 393.
Vicarious punishment, ii. 424.
Vice, ii. 221, 222, 259, 264-5.
'Vicious intromission,' Johnson's
argument, i. 470-6; ii. 74.
Victor, Benjamin, ii. 371.
Vilette, Rev. Mr., ii. 576.
Villiers, Sir George, his ghost, ii.
266.

Virgil, i. 422; ii. 251, 334-5, 344;
compared with Homer, ii. 148;
and Theocritus, ii. 335; John-
son's juvenile translations, i. 35.
Virtue, men naturally virtuous
compared with those who over-
come inclinations, ii. 497; not
natural to man, ii. 266; prac-
tised for the sake of character,
ii. 259, 264; why preferable to
vice, ii. 259; scholastic virtue,
i. 491.

Vivacity, an art, i. 670.
Volcanoes, strata of earth in them,
i. 674.

Voltaire, i. 335, 339, 340; ii. 199,

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312; Candide, i. 227; ii. 269;
Johnson's criticisms on, i. 290–1,
332, 419; ii. 251.
Voting, privilege of, i. 578.
Vows, Johnson's warning against
them, i. 347; a snare for sin, ii.
270.

Vranyken, University of, i. 318.
Vyse, Rev. Dr., ii. 93, 94, 611 n.

Wages, raising those of day-la-
bourers wrong, ii. 465; women-
servants' less than men-servants',
i. 486.

Wales, Boswell proposes a tour, ii.

102 n., 103; castles of, com-
pared with Scotch, i. 539; cha-
ritable establishment, ii. 194;
Johnson's tour, i. 536, 538;
manuscripts, i. 607; offers no-
thing for speculation, i. 538;
second sight, i. 438; Welsh lan-
guage, how far related to Irish, i.
214; Welshmen, generally have
the spirit of gentlemen, ii. 208.
Wales, Prince of, happy situation
of, ii. 469.

Walker, John, 'celebrated master
of elocution,' ii. 485, 649 n.
Walker, Joseph Cooper, i. 213; ii.
83 n.

Walker, Thomas, the actor, i. 597.
Wall, Dr., physician at Oxford, ii.
551.

Wall, taking the, i. 75.

Waller, Edmund, i. 373, 592; Di-

vine Poesie, the communion of
saints, ii. 548 n.; Life by John-
son, i. 373; ii. 236, 246 n., 358 n.,
360-1; Reflections on the Lord's
Prayer, ii. 549 n.

Walmsley, Gilbert, i. 68-70, 674;
character by Johnson, i. 53-4;
ii. 331; recommends Johnson
and Garrick, i. 69.
Walmsley, Mrs., i. 54-5.
Walpole, Horace (afterwards fourth

Earl of Orford), i. 276 n. 1; ii.
66, 147 n., 473 n. 1, 566.
Walpole, Sir Robert, i. 88, 413,
470, 584, 588; ii. 38, 65, 182,

394; Johnson attacks him, i.
87, 97, 112; ii. 566.
Walton, Isaac, Complete Angler,
ii. 564; his Lives, i. 594; pro-
jected edition by Johnson, i. 534,
537, 594, 658; ii. 78.
Wapping, ii. 481.

War, i. 425, 493; ii. 201, 480.
Warburton, William, Bishop of

Gloucester, i. 19, 120, 185; ii.
149, 301, 367; Divine Legation,
ii. 367; Shakespeare, edition of,
i. 120, 219; ii. 366; Johnson's
opinion of him, i. 175, 219, 360;
ii. 367, 546-7.

Ward, the quack doctor, ii. 292.
Warley Camp, ii. 272-3, 275, 278.
Warren, Dr., i. 320; ii. 321; at-

tends Johnson in his last illness,
ii. 633, 642.

Warren, John, of Pembrokeshire,
i. 60.

Warren, Mr., the Birmingham
bookseller, i. 57-60.
Warrington, ii. 313.

Warton, Rev. Dr. Joseph, Head
Master of Winchester College,
i. 167-8, 217, 320, 363, 410; ii.
60 n., 93, 277; Essay on Pope,
i. 205, 299, 450; ii. 87, 175,
302 n.

Warton, Rev. Thomas, i. 5, 53 n.,
114, 135, 178-86, 189, 214, 320,
658-9; ii. 338, 438 n., 566; his
account of Johnson's Oxford
visit in 1754, i. 179–81.
Waste, ii. 201, 239.

Water, Johnson's advice to drink
it, ii. 126.

Waters, Mr., Paris banker, i. 334.
Watson, Richard, Bishop of Llan-
daff, ii. 419.

Watson, Professor Robert, of St.
Andrews, History of Philip II,
ii. 75.

Watts, Dr. Isaac, i. 208; ii. 270;
Johnson adds him to the Lives,
ii. 94, 280; recommends his
Works, ii. 564.

Wealth, i. 450; ii. 7, 200, 417, 426,
463.

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Welch, Miss Anne, ii. 165, 167 n.
Welch, Saunders, ii. 165, 167 n.,
301, 470.
Welwyn, ii. 420.

Wentworth, Mr., master of Stour-
bridge School, i. 35.
Wesley, Rev. Charles, ii. 224.
Wesley, Rev. John, ii. 132, 176,
224, 296, 401.
West, Gilbert, translation of Pin-
dar, ii. 352.

Westcote, Lord, ii. 554.
Westminster Abbey, Goldsmith's
epitaph, ii. 59; Goldsmith and
Johnson at the Poets' Corner, i.
501; Handel musical meeting,
ii. 543; Johnson's funeral at, ii.
647-8; proposed monument in,
ii. 650; 'walls disgraced with
an English inscription,' ii. 61.
Wetherell, Rev. Dr., i. 589, 642,
655; ii. 561.

Wheatley, near Oxford, ii. 561.
Wheeler, Rev. Dr., ii. 276.
Whigs and Whiggism, i. 87, 181,

198, 413, 452, 489, 562, 657; ii.
245, 361, 380, 419, 497, 549.
Whiston, John, bookseller, ii. 414.
Whitaker, Rev. John, History of
Manchester, ii. 251.

Whitaker, Rev. Mr., i. 405 n.
White, Rev. Dr., of Pennsylvania,
i. 480 n. 2.

White, Rev. Henry, of Lichfield,
ii. 612.

White, Mrs., Johnson's servant, ii.
635.

Whitefield, Rev. George, i. 51, 386;
ii. 132, 307.

Whitefoord, Caleb, Cross-readings,
i. 571.

Whitehead, Paul, i. 85-6.

Whitehead, William, i. 21, 126,

703

269; Elegy to Lord Villiers, ii.
416.

Whole Duty of Man, its author-
ship, i. 502; Johnson made to
read it, i. 46; recommends it, ii.
564.

Wickham, ii. 475.

Wife, none the worse for being
learned, i. 384, 421; a studious
or argumentative one trouble-
some, ii. 355; Overbury's lines,
i. 384; praise from one, i. 141.
Wilcox, the bookseller, i. 70 n. 1.
Wilkes, Dr., i. 101.

Wilkes, Friar, i. 622.

Wilkes, John, i. 201, 232, 263, 264,
339, 382, 408; ii. 172, 243, 290,
323, 324, 354, 368, 493, 589 n.;
meets Johnson at Mr. Dilly's, ii.
46-57, 154; second meeting, ii.
407 seq.; Johnson's account of
'Jack's' conversation, ii. 140;
'animosity' against him, i. 232-
3; attacks him, ii. 46.
Wilkins, landlord of the Three
Crowns, Lichfield, i. 669; ii.
309.

Wilks, the actor, ii. 371.

Will, Johnson's, ii. 635-8, 646.
William III, i. 516, 579; ii. 585.
Williams, Anna, i. 156, 161, 168,

182, 217, 219, 247, 255, 262, 365,
385, 434, 481, 493, 526, 539-40,
558, 591, 609, 651; . 31, 36, 57,
67, 170, 204, 278, 286, 401, 403,
489; her illness, i. 630; ii. 67,
69, 92, 97, 100, 101, 160, 163, 274,
439, 504; her peevishness, ii. 18,
97, 168, 461; quarrels with the
rest of the household, ii. 278;
death, ii. 505, 510; Miscellanies,
i. 101, 351, 497; ii. 76; John-
son's attention to her, i. 281;
ii. 48-9, 258; his pleasure in her
society, ii. 505, 509, 510; takes
tea with her, i. 281, 309-10, 385,
397-8, 438, 448, 484, 504, 574,
590; ii. 4, 236, 461; takes the
sacrament in her room, ii. 533-4.
Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury,
i. 358.

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