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Atterbury, Bishop, his expression on

the use of a diary, iii. 154 ; style

of his sermons commended, 155.
Attitudinising, J.'s aversion to, in

company, iv. 218.
Attorney, J.'s contempt for, ii. 85.
Auchinleck, estate and house of, i.

267 ; ii. 173 ; v. 302 ; deed of en-
tail, ii. 264, 271 ; v. 302.

Lord, Boswell's father,
character of, v. 299; entertains J.
at Auchinleck, 300 ; comes into
collision with J., 304 ; styles J.

the Ursa Major, 305.
Authors, J.'s kindness to small, iii.

250 ; attacks upon authors service-
able to them, ii. 253 ; v. 217 ;
Virgil's description of the entrance
into hell applicable to authors and

printing offices, v. 247.
Avarice, iii. 44, 216.
Bacon, Lord, his works, and Mallet's

life of, iii. 130; precepts on con-
versation, iv. 161 ; History of

Henry VII., v. 173.
Badenoch, Wolf of, burns Elgin Ca-

thedral, v. 79.
Bad management, its miserable ef-

fects, iii. 213.
Bagpipe, J. fond of, v. 250.
Bagshaw, Rev. Mr. Bromley, letter

to, on Dictionary, ii. 166 ; on Mrs.

Johnson's death, iv. 235.
Ballow, Mr., J.'s law instructor, iii.

14.
Baltic, J.'s proposed voyage up the,

iii. 89.
Banff, town of, v. 76.
Banks, Sir Joseph, J. writes motto

for his goat, ii. 96 ; admiration of

J.'s sentence on Iona, v. 266.
Barber, Francis, J.'s servant, i. 129,

130, 131, 199; ii. 98 ; placed at
school by J., ii. 45 ; letters from
J. to, ii. 45, 77, 78; J.'s liberality

to, iv. 272.
Barclay, W., Oxford student, defends

J.'s Shakspeare, i. 290 ; v. 217.
Barclay and Perkins's brewhouse

(successors to Thrale), v. 95.
Baretti

, Signor, ii. 43, 287 ; iii. 4,
61 ; letters from J. to, i. 207, 212,

trial of, for murder, ii. 64 ;
J.'s liberality to, iv. 272.

Barnard, Mr., librarian to George
III., ii. 30.

Dr., Bishop of Killaloe, J.'s
regard for, iv. 85.
Barnes, Joshua, J.'s estimate of his

Greek scholarship, iv. 21.
Barrington, Hon. Daines, his Essay

on the Migration of Birds, ii. 160.
Barry, Dr., his Treatise on Physic,
iii. 20.

James, the artist, letter to
from J., iv. 140 ; grasp of mind

in his pictures, 154.
Bartalozzi, the engraver, the father

of Madame Vestris, iii. 72.
Bateman, Mr., of Christchurch Col.

lege, excellence of his lectures, i.

28.
Bath, J.'s visit to, iii. 26; letter from

a clergyman of, with J.'s answer,

iv. 109.
Bathurst, Lord, his testimony as to
“Pope's Essay on Man,” iii. 270.

Dr. Richard, a valued
friend of Ji's, i. 97, 102, 129, 133,

138, 140 ; iv. 27.
Baxter, Richard, his works com-

mended, iv. 155, 162.
Bayle's Dictionary, a very useful

work, i. 246 ; discussion on his
works with Highland minister, v.

227.
Bear, epithet applied to J., with

Goldsmith's happy remark upon,

ii. 48, 223.
Beaton, Cardinal, his murder, v. 42.
Beattie, Dr. James, introduced to J.,

ii. 94 ; admired by J. and Mrs.
Thrale, i. 99 ; letter to, iii. 291;
his poem of the Hermit, iv. 132;
letter from Boswell to, v. 3 ; his
Essay on Truth, 13 ; his Ode on
Birth of Lord Hay, 72 ; his pen-

sion, 287.
Beauclerk, Topham, Esq., his cha-

racter, i. 136 ; J.'s night ramble
with, i. 137 ; dinner at his house,
ii. 152 ; dispute with J., iii. 258 ;
death of, 281, 283 ; J.'s affection
for, iv. 15 ; sale of his library, 77.

Lady Sydney (mother to
Topham), had no notion of a joke,

V. 236.
Beaumont and Fletcher, anecdote
of, ii. 217.

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Beauty independent of utility, ii.

109; an insipid beauty, v. 183.
Beckford, Lord Mayor of London,

iii. 136.
Bedlam visited by J., ji. 239.
Beggar's Opera, J.'s opinion of, ii.

235.
Bellamy, Mrs., the actress, letter to

J. from, iv. 167.
Bentley, Dr. Richard, J.'s approba-

tion of, ii. 285; v. 135; English

verses by, iv. 23.
Bentham, Dr.,canon of Christchurch,

ii. 285.
Beresford, Mrs., and daughter, travel

with J. in coach to Oxford, iv.

194.
Berkeley, Bishop, his ideal system

refuted, i. 273; iv. 26; his learn-

ing, ii. 87.
Berwick, Memoirs of the Duke of,

by the Abbé Hook, iii. 192.
Betterton, the actor, inferior to

Foote, iii. 124.
Bible, Lowth and Patrick's commen-

taries, iii. 34.
Bibliothèque, J.'s scheme of, i. 160.
Binning, Lord (Langton's brother-

in-law), ii. 122; iii. 223.
Biography esteemed by J., v. 54;

defects as well as virtues should
be recorded, 188; literary biogra-
phy in England very defective,
190; King George III. proposes
literary biography to J., ii. 34.
Birch, Rev. Dr. Thomas, Greek epi-

gram to, i. 84; his writing dull
compared with his conversation,
i. 84; had more anecdotes than
any, man, v. 201; Letters to, by
J., i. 84, 161 ; Letter from, to J.,

i. 161.
Birmingham Market, attended by

J.'s father, i. 2; Ji's visits to his

friends there, i. 34; iv. 100, 254.
Bishops, few made for their learning,

ii. 227; v. 54; high degree of

decorum necessary in, iv. 59.
Bishop, a liquor relished by J., i.

137.
Blackfriars Bridge, its erection, i.

200.
Blacklock, Dr., the blind poet, i. 271;

v. 28; addresses letter to Boswell,
v. 328.

Blackmore, Sir Richard, life of,

praised, iv. 44.
Blackstone, Sir William, his Com-

mentaries, v. 158; composed with
a bottle of port before him, iv. 69.
Blair, Rev. Dr. Hugh, iii. 61, 228,

269; v. 23, 44; his Sermons, iii.
62, 112; criticises J.'s style in
his lectures, iii. 116; letter to
Boswell on conversation with J., v.
315.

Rev. Robert, his poem of the

Grave,” iii. 28.
Blaney, Elizabeth, passion for J.'s

father ; her death and burial,
i. 3; J. repairs her tomb, iv.

252.
Blank verse inferior to rhyme, i. 247;

ii. 83; iv. 36.
Blasphemy, question as to literary

property in, v. 32.
Bleeding, periodical, disapproved of,

iii. 102.
Blenheim Park visited, ii. 288.
Blind persons cannot distinguish co-

lours by the touch, ii. 124.
Blue-stocking clubs, origin of name

of, iv. 80.
Boar's Head Club in Eastcheap, v.

195.
Bodleian Library, Oxford, i. 154.
Boileau, iïi. 235.
Bolingbroke, Viscount St. John, J.'s

striking character of, i. 148 ; said
to have supplied Pope with sub-
stance of his “ Essay on Man," iii.

270.
Bones, human, J.'s horror at sight

of, v. 131 ; uses of old bones, iv.

141.
Bon mots, iii. 216.
Books seldom read unless purchased,

ii. 148; J. fond of looking at libra-
ries, ii. 234 ; such as are read with
pleasure, iv. 151; common for peo-
ple to talk from books, v. 301;

number of books in Skye, v. 208.
Booksellers liberal patrons of litera-

ture, i. 162, 173.
Boothby, Mrs. Hill, i. 32; Miss, iv.

46.
Boscawen, Hon. Mrs., iii. 223.
Boswell, James (the author), his an-

cestors, v. 11, 62; his character
drawn by himself, v. 32; his intro-

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duction to J., i. 225; his account
of Corsica, ii. 51; elected a mem-
ber of the Literary Club, 155; ac-
companies J. to the Hebrides, 172;
his Journal of the Tour praised by
J., v. 178; resolves to write the
Life of J., v. 248; instance of his
servile attentions to J., v. 211; in-
sulted by J., at Sir Joshua Rey-
nolds's, iii. 227; his tendency to
jollity, v. 196, 205; a clubable
man, iv. 174; letters from J. to,
i. 274 ; ii. 10, 20, 48, 51, 73, 134,
170, 171, 178-184, 189-193, 200,
241, 242-244, 247, 263, 264, 266,
272; iii. 26, 55, 56, 59, 60, 66, 67
69, 79, 81, 84, 86, 89, 141, 143,
144, 187, 244, 248, 252, 265, 266,
277, 278, 280, 292, 297 ; iv. 56,
101, 108, 110-114, 117, 158, 171,
178, 180, 181, 182, 235, 256-258 ;
his Letters to J., ii. 21-23, 43, 93,
97, 174, 179, 180, 183, 189-192, 199,
246, 261, 271; iii. 55, 56, 57, 64,
67, 68, 69, 76, 80, 83, 85, 86, 88,
140, 142, 144, 147, 148, 186, 242,
251, 262, 265, 275, 277, 291, 294;
Letters from E. Dilley, iii, 72; from
Dr. Vyse, 82; from Mr. Langton,
283 ; from Dr. Blair, 270; from
Warren Hastings, iv. 53 ; from
Lord Thurlow, 225; to Garrick,
from Inverness, with Garrick's

answer, v. 276.
Boswell, Mrs, (the author's wife), her

marriage, ii. 92; her attentions to
J., ii. 174; v. 9; her witticism on
J.'s influence over her husband,
ii. 174; Letters of J. to, iii. 54,
85; iv. 113; answer, 115.

Veronica (author's daugh-
ter), v. 10.

Sir Alexander and James,
his sons, v. 182.

Dr., his uncle, v. 29.

David, his brother, iii. 291,
298.
Boufflers, Madame de, visits J., ii.

260.
Bowles, W., Esq., Heale, visited by

J., iv. 159.
Boyd, Hon. Charles, Slains Castle,

v. 67,
Boyd's Inn (White Horse), Edin-

burgh, v. 7.

Boy at school, happiest of beings, i.

260.
Braidwood, his academy for deaf

and dumb, v. 316.
Brandy, drink for heroes, iii. 257 ;

iv. 62.
Brett, Colonel, Mrs. and Miss, i. 93.
Bristol, J.'s excursion to, iii. 29.
British Poets, J.'s Lives of, terms

with publishers, iji. 77.
Brocklesby, Dr. Richard, iv. 125,

his liberality, 1227; letters from

J. to, iv. 160, 237.
Brothers and sisters born to friends,

i. 184.
Brown, Sir Thomas, his Anglo-Latin

diction and elevated style imitated
by J., i. 121; his remark concern-

ing devils, iii. 197.
Brown, Tom, dedicates his spelling-
book to the universe, i. 7.

Capability, the landscape gar-
dener, iii. 269.
Brooks, Mrs., the actress, and her

father, v, 121.
Bruce, James, Esq., the Abyssinian

traveller, ii. 216.
Brutes not endowed with reason, ii.

160.
Buchan, Earl of, his refusal to go to
Spain as secretary, ii. 115.

Buller of, v. 69.
Buchanan, George, his elegant

verses to Queen Mary, i. 265; his

learning and genius, ii.,64; iv. 131.
Buckles, shoe, v. 64 ; J.'s silver

buckles, iii. 219.
Buck, a term ludicrously applied to

J., v. 145.
Budgell, Eustace, his suicide, ii.

148.
Bull-dogs, iii. 127.
Bull, one uttered by J., iv. 218.
Bunyan, John, praise of his “ Pil-

grim's Progress,” ii. 155.
Burgoyne, General, his disaster at

Saratoga, iii. 240.
Burial service, iv. 148.
Burke, Edmund, intended to answer

Berkeley, i. 274 ; his stream of
mind perpetual, ii. 287 ; his ap-
pearance in the House of Com-
mons, ii. 17, 87 ; J.'s remark on
seeing Burke's fine house and lands
at Beaconsfield, iii. 208 ; his con-

versational powers, iv. 21, 119,
189; v. 16; J. denies that Burke

had wit, 16, 168.
Burnet, Bishop, his “History of his

own Times,” ii. 138 ; v. 225.
Burney, Dr. Charles, his “History

of Music,” v. 48; his visit to J. in *
Gough Square, i. 185; his note of
J.'s sayings, ii. 261; recommended
by J. to friends in Oxford, iii. 247;
relates anecdote of J., iv. 99; let-
ters from J. to, i. 290; iv. 164,
242, 256.

-Miss Frances, afterwards Ma-
dame D'Arblay, iv.154, 188; her,

imitation of J.'s style, 265.
Busts of J., iv. 285.
Butcher, J. discourses on trade of, v.

195.
Bute, John, Earl of, Prime Minister,

when J. received his pension, i.
213; a theoretical man, ii. 228,
303 ; his influence and nationality,
v. 159 ; Letters to, i. 215, 217.

.
-Ann, Countess of, married Lord
Strichen; her account of her mar-

riage, v. 74.
Butler, Samuel, the poet, ii. 154, 236;

v. 36, 177.
Butler, Bishop, his “ Analogy,” v. 29.
Butter, Dr. W., iii. 1, 103, 109.
Byng, Admiral, his epitaph, i. 178;

J.'s defence of, i. 177.

, Hon. John, letter on J.'s death,
iv. 282.
Byron, Lord, his simile of the struck

eagle, v. 174.

Campbell, Principal, v. 61.
“Candide," Voltaire's, iii. 240.
Cant, iv. 152.
Card-playing, iii. 14.
Carlisle, Earl of, “Father's Revenge,”

iv. 169; poems by, iv. 85.
Carr, Rev. Mr., Episcopal Minister

in Edinburgh, v. 12.
Carte's “Life of the Duke of Or-

mond,” v. 236.
Carter, Elizabeth, i. 61, 70, 71 ; iii.

113.
Cascade, Rorie More's, v. 163. 170.
Caste, J.'s defence of Oriental system

of, iv. 67.
Castiglione's “ Il Corteggiano,” v.

219.
Cat, story of dead, iii. 127.
Catalogue of Ji's works, iii, 216.
Catcot, George, iii. 30.
CatechismofChurchof England,v.47.
Cave, Mr. Edward, proprietor of Gen-

tleman's Magazine, i. 38, 54, 76 ;
J.'s Life of, i. 142. J.'s ode to,
i. 55 ; letters from, i. 77; letters
from J. to, i. 38, 50, 59, 60, 61, 69,

70, 110, 111.
Caves, remarkable, v. 155, 187.
Cawdor Castle, v.84; family of, v. 85.
Chambers, Sir Robert, ii. 23; v. 4, 7.

-, Sir William, architect, iv.
132 ; letter from J. to, i. 153.

Catherine, death of, ii. 35.
Chamberlayne, Rev. Mr.,conversion

to Romanism, iv. 197.
Chancellor of Oxford's letter to Uni-

versity, i. 158.
Chantilly, ii. 256.
Chapone, Mrs., letter from J. to, iv.

170.
Charade, by J., iv. 135.
Charity, rules for the distribution of,

V. 298.
Charles, the Twelfth of Sweden, i.
105.

Fifth, Emperor, iii. 165.

-, First, said he could not be
a lawyer, ii. 139 ; his concessions
v. 269 ; his murder, ii. 237.

-, Second, J. defends,ii. 220,
237.
Chatham, Lord, iii. 241; iv. 215; v.

;
159.
Chatsworth, iii. 140. ; J.'s visit to,

iv. 240.

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CADOGAN'S, Dr.,Treatise on the Gout

criticised, v. 165.
Callimachus, remarks on, iv. 10.
Cambridge, J.'s visit to, i. 283.

Mr. Owen, ii. 232, 234 ;
iii. 169; iv. 136
Camden, Lord, iii. 209.
Cameron of Lochiel, i. 75.

Dr., i. 75; v. 157.
Campbell, Dr. John, i. 242 ; ii. 140,
220, 286, J.'s opinion of, iii. 163.

author of “ Lexiphanes,"
ii. 36.

Mungo, iii. 126.

Hon. Archibald, iv. 196;
account of, v. 284.
Campbell, General, v. 206.

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ii. 138;

Chatterton, his literary forgeries, iii.

29; iv. 104.
Cheating, ii. 220.
Chester, iii. 276-8.
Chesterfield, Lord, i. 97, 143-148;

iii. 32; iv. 224; J. dedicates plan
of Dictionary to, i. 97, 98; J.'s
quarrel with, i. 143-148; his papers
in the “ World,” i. 143; J.'s cele-
brated letter to, i. 145; iv. 95;
applies epithet of “respectable
Hottentot” to J., i. 148; his puns,

“ Letters to his Son," i.
148 ; ii. 213; Dilly's edition of

his works, iii. 238.
Cheyne, Dr. George, on the “English

Malady,” i. 32; iii.55; J.'s opinion
of his works, iii. 16; his rules for
living, v. 117.
Cheynel, J.’s “Life of,” i. 126.
Chief, Highland, duty of, v. 161,

183, 218.
Children, education of, i. 9, 23, 260;

should not always be brought into
company, iii. 17.
China, manufacture of, iii. 109.
Chinese, remarks on the, iii. 228.
Cholmondeley, Hon. Mrs., iii. 173,

213; v. 196.
Church, attendance at, iii. 269; holi-

days of, ii. 292.
Cibber, Colley, i. 143, 231, 232; ii.

219; iii. 45, 123; Lives of the

Poets, iii. 18; Mrs., v. 91.
Clarke, Dr. S., i. 229; ii. 69; iii.

166.
Clark, Alderman, letter from J. to,

iv. 177.
Clarendon, style of, iii. 174.
Claret and Port, J.'s comparison

between, iii. 256.
Classical terms, modern use of, iii.

189; quotations, iv. 128.
Classics, iv. 151.
Clement Danes, St., Church of, ii.

139, 229 ; iii. 202; inscription in
J.'s pew at, ii. 138.
Clergy, Scotch and English com-

pared, v. 199.
Clerical decorum and dress, iv.59, 60.
Clive, Lord, remarks on, iv. 225,
269.

Mrs., the actress, iv. 13.
Cloth, Scotch process of “wawking,"

v. 138.

Club in Fox Lane, formed by J., i.
102; Literary, founded by Sir
Joshua Reynolds, i. 277 ; Essex

Head, formed by J., iv. 174.
Coachmaker's Hall

, religious meet-
ings at, iv. 61, 71.
Cobb, Mrs., ii. 299; iii. 275.
Cock Lane Ghost, i. 234, iii. 180.
Coll, island of, ii. 172; v. 23.
Colchester, siege of, i. 271.
Colman, George, ii. 206; iv. 220.
Colquhoun, Sir James and Lady

Helen, entertain J. at Rosedow,

v. 288.
“ Collectanea,” Dr. Maxwell's, ii.

78-88.
Colleges, bequests to, iii. 206.
Collins the poet, his melancholy, i.

219; J.'s “Life of,” i. 219.
Colson, Rev. Mr., letter to, from Gil-

bert Walmesley, i. 48.
Composition, instructions relative to,

iii. 293; v. 44.
Compositor, story of a, iv. 218.
Compliment, letters of, to J, from

abroad, iv. 12.
“Comus," J.'s prologue to, i. 124.
Condescension, iv. 11.
Congreve, fine passage in "Mourning

Bride” of, ii. 59; Life of, iv. 45.
Congè d'elire, J.'s definition of, iv.

219.
Convents, ii. 14, 280.
Conversation, remarks on, ii. 231,

304; iii. 180; Evening Society for,
iv. 68; Mrs. Thrale's remarks on
J.'s, iv. 87; general remarks on,

iv. 118, 218.
Convicts, religious instruction of, iv.

222.
Cooke, Captain, iii. 5.

Mr., his singular presentation
of Foote, v. 19.
Cookery, Mrs. Glass's, iii. 192.
Coote, Sir Eyre, v. 89, 92.
“ Coriat Junior,” book of Travels,

ii. 114.
Cork, Earl of, J.'s remark on, iii.

122.
Corneille and Shakspeare, iv. 18.
Corpulency, iv. 121.
Corrichatachin, J.'s kind reception

at, v. 119.
Cotterel, Misses, incidents of Ji's

acquaintance with, i. 134.

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