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Banks, Sir Joseph, i. 320, 432, 435-

6; ii. 276, 278, 648.

Bannatyne, George, i. 240.
Barbauld, Mrs., i. 628; ii. 132.
Barber, Francis, Johnson's negro
servant, i. 157, 158, 160, 161,
232-3, 348-9, 375, 434, 591; ii.
170, 281, 543, 544, 610, 615, 634
seq., 646.

Barber, Mrs. Francis, i. 158.
Barclay, Alexander, i. 184.
Barclay, James, an Oxford student,
i. 332.

Barclay, Robert, of Ury, ii. 419 n.
1; Apology for the Quakers, i. 666.
Barclay, Robert, the brewer, ii.
419 n. 1, 603.

Baretti, Joseph, i. 202, 223, 235,
240, 373, 479, 542, 609, 660; ii.
4, 69, 124, 282, 356, 588; his
trial for murder, i. 394-6; ii. 572;
Dialogues, i. 660; Easy Lessons
in Italian and English, i. 542;
Frusta Letteraria, ii. 132; Ita-
lian and English Dictionary, i.

235.

Barnard, Rev. Dr., Dean of Derry,
afterwards Bishop of Killaloe,
i. 69 n. 1, 556; ii. 60, 405, 412
n. 1, 417, 476.

Barnard, Dr. (Provost of Eton),
ii. 321.

Barnard, Francis, King's librarian,
i. 358, 362.

Barnes, Joshua, ii. 215, 346.
Barnet, ii. 3.

Barnewall, Nicholas, ii. 173 n.
Barnston, Miss Letitia, ii. 311.
Barret, William, the Bristol sur-
geon, ii. 34.

Barretier, Philip, Life by John-
son, i. 101; Additions to the Life,
i. 104, 110.
Barrington, Hon. Daines, i. 510;
ii. 415, 521; Observations on
the Statutes, ii. 237.
Barrowby, Dr., ii. 550.
Barry, Sir Edward, M.D., System
of Physic, ii. 23.

Barry, James, the painter, ii. 482,
497, 520.

659

Barter, —, a miller, i. 448.
Bartolozzi, Francis, ii. 82, 649 n.
Baskerville, John, Barclay's Apo-
logy, edition of, i. 666; Virgil, i.
379.

Bate, Rev. Henry (Sir H. Dudley),
ii. 553.

Bateman, Edmund, tutor of Christ
Church, i. 51.

Bath, ii. 4; Johnson visits it in
1776, ii. 30-3.

Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of,
i. 103; ii. 182.

Bathurst, Dr., i. 129, 156, 160 n.,
161 n., 167, 168, 353, 356.
Bathurst, first Earl, i. 102; ii.
262, 301 n., 302, 369.

Bathurst, second Earl, Lord Chan-
cellor, ii. 108.

Baxter, Rev. Richard, i. 137, 514;
ii. 471, 498, 499; Call to the Un-
converted, ii. 523; Reasons of
the Christian Religion, ii. 507.
Baxter, William, Anacreon, ii. 510,
511, 529; Horace, edition of, ii.
54 n.

Bayle, i. 190; ii. 655 n.; his Dic-
tionary, i. 284.

Beattie, Dr. James, i. 430-1, 434,

436, 476-7, 519; ii. 326, 407,
408, 576, 578; his Hermit, ii.
472.

Beattie, Mrs., i. 434, 436.
Beauclerk, Hon. Topham, i. 164-6,

495, 582, 626; ii. 267, 314, 339,
352, 390, 404, 409, 478; death,
ii. 317, 320; dinners and suppers
at his house, i. 499, 568; ii. 268,
290-3; his first acquaintance
with Johnson, i. 164; John-
son's affection for him, ii. 340,
406, 468; Johnson's alterca-
tions with, ii. 213, 288-9.
Beauclerk, Lady Diana, wife of

Topham Beauclerk, i. 502, 571.
Beaufort, Duchess of (in 1780), ii.
321.

Beauties of Johnson, ii. 444-6, 649 n.
Beauties of the Rambler, i. 144.
Beauty, independent of utility, i.

449; ii. 459; of women, ii. 430.

660

Beckenham, ii. 565.

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Becket, T., the bookseller, i. 546.
Beckford, Alderman, ii. 55, 154.
Bedford, ii. 431.

Bedford, fourth Duke of, ii. 567.
Bedford, fifth Duke of, ii. 215, 426.
Bedfordshire Militia, ii. 299.
Bedlam, Johnson visits it, i. 602.
Behmen, Jacob, i. 417.

Belchier, John, the surgeon, ii. 38.
Bell, Rev. Mr., of Strathaven, ii.

271.

Bell, John, Travels, i. 372.
Bell, John, the bookseller, Lives of
the Poets, ii. 82.

Bellamy, Mrs., the actress, i. 217;
ii. 512 n.

Belsham, William, Essay on Dra-
matic Poetry, i. 259.

Bennet, James, editor of Ascham's
Works, i. 310.

Bensley, Robert, the actor, i. 366.
Bentham, Dr. E., i. 657.

Bentley, Dr., i. 48, 657; ii. 347,
349, 494.

Beresford, Mrs. and Miss, ii. 543.
Beresford, Rev. Mr., ii. 215.
Berkeley, Bishop, i. 315, 424; ii.
126, 352.

Berrenger, Richard, ii. 398, 400.
Berwick, Duke of, Memoirs, ii. 216.
Betty Broom, ii. 514.

Bewley, William, the Philosopher

of Massingham, ii. 433.
Bible, the, should be read with a
commentary, ii. 39; subscrib-
ing it instead of the Articles, i.
439.

Bibliopole, i. 582.

Bibliotheca Harleiana, i. 104.
Bibliothèque, Johnson's scheme of a,
i. 189-90.

Bickerstaff, Isaac, i. 389.
Bicknell, J. L., i. 210.

Bindley, James, i. 9.

Binning, Lord, i. 464; ii. 249.
Biographia Britannica, i. 659; ii.
133, 134 n., 370, 535 n.
Biography, i. 17, 21-3, 170, 284,
362, 449, 658; ii. 51, 118, 208 n.,
357, 614.

Birch, Rev. Thomas, D.D., i. 19,
94, 95, 102, 104 n. 2, 109, 126,
152.

Birds, migration of, i. 510; nidifi-
cation, i. 511.
Birmingham, i. 25, 57, 61; Johnson
visits it in 1776, i. 456-61; in
1781, ii. 135; in 1784, ii. 613.
Bishops, in the House of Lords, i.
453; how made, i. 587; their
learning, ii. 342. See Hierarchy.
Black-letter books, i. 415.
Blacklock, Dr., i. 311.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, Creation,
his, i. 405; Johnson adds him
to the Lives, ii. 280, 372-3.
Blackstone, Sir William, i. 51, 632
n. 2, 647; ii. 288, 400.
Blackwall, Anthony, i. 56; ii. 564,
640 n.

Blackwell, Thomas, Memoirs of
the Court of Augustus, i. 205-7.
Blagden, Dr., ii. 354.
Blainville, H., i. 582.

Blair, Rev. Dr. Hugh, i. 240, 264,
530, 533; ii. 301-3; Lectures
on Rhetoric, ii. 132; Sermons, ii.
70, 75, 80, 128, 160, 255, 405.
Blair, Rev. Dr. John, ii. 302.
Blair, Rev. Robert, ii. 32 n.
Blair, Robert, Solicitor-General of
Scotland, ii. 32 n.
Blakeway, Rev. J., i. 9.
Blanchetti, Marquis, i. 613.
Blaney, Mrs. Elizabeth, i. 26; ii.
612.

Blank verse, i. 286, 418; ii. 347,
363, 377.

Blenheim Park, Johnson visits it,
i. 660.

Bloxam, Rev. Matthew, ii. 229.
Blue-stocking Clubs, ii. 412.
Boccage, Mme. du, i. 624-5; her
Columbiade, ii. 577.

Boerhaave, Herman, Life by John-
son, i. 96, 600.

Boethius (Hector Boece), i. 95,
420; ii. 529.

Boileau, i. 80; ii. 262.

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, first

Viscount, ii. 179 n., 259, 260,

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262, 301 n., 302 seq., 369; John-
son's criticisms on, i. 178, 219.
Bolingbroke, Lady, ii. 244.
Bolton, Mr., of Birmingham, i. 667.
Bonaventura, i. 333.
Bon-mots, ii. 243.

Books, abundance of modern, ii.
251; death, leaving one's books
at, ii. 235; early printed ones, i.
621; getting boys to have en-
tertainment from them, ii. 290;
Johnson's letter on the book-
trade, i. 642; knowledge of the
world through books, i. 71; look-
ing over their backs in a library, i.
595; not read willingly, ii. 494;
seldom read when given away,
i. 495; variety of them to be
kept about a man, ii. 148.
Booksellers, i. 203, 292, 642; ii.
81 216 n., 422.

Boothby, Sir Brook, i. 55.
Boothby, Miss Hill, i. 55; ii. 375.
See Johnson, Letters.
Borlase, William, History of the
Isles of Scilly, i. 206.
Boscawen, Hon. Mrs., ii. 249, 321,
404.

Boscovich, Père, i. 419, 626.
Bosville, Squire Godfrey, ii. 271,
331.

Bosville, Mrs., i. 451.

Boswell, Sir Alexander, Baronet,
Boswell's eldest son, i. 609, 640;
ii. 8, 62, 92.

Boswell, David (Boswell's younger
brother), ii. 326, 330, 334.
Boswell, David (Boswell's third
son), ii. 68-9; death, ii. 78, 80.
Boswell, Dr., i. 292; ii. 5, 86.
Boswell, Euphemia (Boswell's

second daughter), i. 640.
BOSWELL, JAMES. Chief events
and Works: 1760, first visit
to London, i. 256-7; 1762,
second visit to London, i. 256-7;
1763, gets to know Johnson, i.
261; goes to study at Utrecht,
i. 315; 1765, visits Corsica, i.
334; 1766, visits Paris, ib.;
visits London, i. 335-42; ad-

BOSWELL, JAMES (continued).

661

mitted as an Advocate, i. 346;
1767, Essence of the Douglas
Cause, i. 496 n.; 1768, visits
London and Oxford, i. 366-78;
Account of Corsica, i. 339, 348,
366, 381; ii. 74; 1769, visits
London, i. 379-408; first visit
to Streatham, i. 385; attends
the Stratford Jubilee, i. 380;
married, i. 429; 1772, visits
London, i. 434-70; 1773, visits
London, i. 481-521; elected a
member of the Literary Club,
i. 502; tour to the Hebrides with
Johnson, i. 524; 1775, visits
London, i. 559-604; visits Wil-
ton and Mamhead in Devon-
shire, i. 599; birth of his eldest
son, Alexander, i. 609; 1776,
disagrees with his father about
the settlement of his estate, i.
631; visits London, i. 645-52;
ii. 3-57; becomes Paoli's con-
stant guest when in London, ii.
24; visits Oxford, Birming-
ham, Lichfield, and Ashbourne
with Johnson, i. 652-80; ii. 1-
3; visits Bath, ii. 31-4; intro-
duces Wilkes to Johnson, ii. 46;
1777, meets Johnson at Ash-
bourne, ii. 103-58; 1778, visits
London, ii. 170-271; attacked
violently by Johnson, ii. 254;
1779, visits London (in the
spring), ii. 281-95; tries John-
son's friendship by a fit of
silence, ii. 296; visits London (in
the autumn), ii. 300-8; visits
Lichfield and Chester, ii. 309–12;
1781, visits London, ii. 386-419;
visits Southill with Johnson, ii.
419-31; 1782, death of his
father, ii. 449; 1783, visits Lon-
don, ii. 456-99; Letter to the
People of Scotland on the Present
State of the Nation, ii. 524; 1784,
stops at York on his way to Lon-
don, ii. 529; hurries back to
Ayrshire with the intention of
becoming a candidate for Par-

662

BOSWELL, JAMES (continued)

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liament, ib.; visits London, ii.
534-83; visits Oxford with
Johnson, ii. 543-64; Johnson's
death, ii. 646; 1785, Journal of
a Tour to the Hebrides, i. 16 n.,
524, 607; ii. 119, 146, 199, 205
n., 243 n., 461 n., 489 n., 536 n.
1, 631 n., 649 n., 652 n.; Letter to
the People of Scotland against the
attempt to diminish the number
of the Lords of Session, ii. 11 n.,
463; 1791, The Life of Samuel
Johnson, i. 6; ii. 627 n. 2; 1793,
second edition of the Life, i. 8;
1795, death, May 19, i. 9.

His letters to Johnson-1764,
ii. 91 n.; 1765, i. 334; 1766, i.
346, 348; 1768, i. 373; 1771, i.
429, 430; 1772, i. 433, 477;
1773, i. 526; 1774, i. 533, 534,
537; 1775, i. 543, 546, 547, 556,
605, 609, 627; ii. 91 n.; 1776, i.
640; ii. 62, 64, 65; 1777, ii. 76,
78-9, 86, 95, 98-9, 101, 159, 161;
1778, ii. 163, 167-70, 209, 271;
1779, ii. 280, 293, 297, 309, 312;
1780, ii. 326, 330; 1784, ii. 524,
616-7.

Johnson's letters to Boswell—
1763, i. 316; 1765, i. 334; 1766,
i. 346; 1768, i. 373; 1769, i.
381, 407; 1771, i. 429; 1772, i.
433, 476; 1773, i. 478, 522-6;
1774, i. 527, 529-35, 538, 540-1 ;
1775, i. 543-9; 1775, i. 556, 558,
604, 606-8, 610, 629; 1776, i.
630, 633-42; ii. 30, 62-4, 67-70;
1777, ii. 75, 77, 79, 90-2, 95, 98-
101, 103, 160, 163; 1778, ii. 164,
210, 273, 278; 1779, ii. 281, 293,
296, 298, 311, 314; 1780, ii. 316,
327, 333; 1781, ii. 386, 435;
1782, ii. 444, 447, 449, 452; 1783,
503, 516; 1784, ii. 524-6, 528,
529, 590, 591, 615, 617.
Boswell, Mrs. (the author's wife),

i. 530-1, 608, 633; ii. 98-9, 164,
168, 274, 298, 313, 435, 453, 456,
503, 527, 616-7; her feelings to-
wards Johnson, i. 530, 605, 607,

610, 630, 636, 640, 642; ii. 61-2,
67, 76-7, 80, 90, 97, 160, 281, 334,
445, 451, 499, 528; her death, ii.
435 n.
Boswell,

James, the author's
second son, i. 9; ii. 8, 276.
Boswell, Thomas (founder of the
family), i. 631; ii. 479.
Boswell, Veronica (Boswell's eldest
daughter), i. 604, 629, 640; ü.
62, 67, 77, 92, 99, 281.
Bouchier, Governor, ii. 398.
Boufflers, Comtesse de, i. 414, 626.
Boulter's Monument, i. 212.
Bouquet, Joseph, bookseller, i. 162.
Bowles, William, Johnson visits
him, ii. 504.

Bowyer, William, ii. 609.
Boyle, Hon. Robert, Martyrdom of
Theodora, i. 208.

Boyse, Samuel, ii. 640 n.
Bradshaw, William, ii. 480 n.
Braithwaite, Mr., ii. 540.
Bramhall, Archbishop, i. 402.
Brandy, the drink for heroes, ii.
286, 392.

Brentford, ii. 472.

Brett, Rev. Dr. Thomas, ii. 546.
Bribery, statutes against, i. 578.
Brighthelmstone (Brighton), i. 380;
ii. 68, 452, 454.

Bristol, Boswell and Johnson's
visit in 1776, ii. 33-4.
Broadley, Captain, ii. 271.
Brocklesby, Dr., ii. 465, 505, 520,
536, 582, 593, 615, 634, 636, 644;
Johnson's physician in 1783-4,
ii. 503, 513, 526-9, 530, 600;
attends his death-bed, ii. 633;
his account of the end, ii. 645.
Brodie, Captain, i. 55 n. 2, 673.
Bromley, i. 161, 518; ii. 592.
Broome, William, ii. 321, 367.
Brown, Dr. John, Estimate, i. 423.
Brown, Launcelot (Capability), i.
660; ii. 300.

Brown, Rev. Robert, of Utrecht, i.
338; ii. 218.

Brown, Tom, author of a spelling-
book, i. 30.

Browne, Hawkins, ii. 536.

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Browne, Isaac Hawkins, i. 577.
Browne, Patrick, History of Ja-
maica, i. 206.

Browne, Sir Thomas, Anglo-La-
tian diction, i. 149, 205; ii. 222;
Life by Johnson, i. 205, 218.
Brutes, their future life, i. 370;
misery caused them recompensed
by existence, ii. 35; not en-
dowed with reason, i. 511.
Brutus, Marcus Junius, i. 260 n.
Bryant, Jacob, ii. 536.
Brydone, Patrick, Travels, i. 582,
674; ii. 269.

Buchan, sixth Earl of, i. 455-6.
Buchanan, George,i. 307,396; ii. 471.
Buckingham, Duchess of, ii. 182.
Buckingham House Library, i. 358.
Budgell, Eustace, i. 495; ii. 31.
Budworth, Rev. Mr., i. 56 n. 1; ii.
640 n.

Buffier, Claude, i. 315.
Buffon, ii. 61 n.

Bulkeley, Mrs., i. 488.

Bull-dog, Dr. Taylor's, ii. 145.
Bunbury, Sir Charles, i. 320, 530,
564; ii. 648.

Bunyan, John, Johnson praises
The Pilgrim's Progress, i. 501.
Burch, Edward, R.A., ii. 650 n.
Burgoyne, General, ii. 268.
Burial Service, ii. 490.

Burke, Edmund, i. 320, 502, 517; ii.
57, 198, 234, 242, 326, 348, 352,
388, 392, 406, 489, 558, 572,
639, 648; Essay on the Sublime
and Beautiful, i. 392; Letter on
the Affairs of America, ii. 143;
his bon-mots, ii. 243; his uni-
versal knowledge, ii. 61, 105,
346, 351, 458, 537-8; his appre-
ciation and criticisms of John-
son, i. 59; ii. 44, 568, 613; John-
son's opinions of him, i. 423,
460, 660; ii. 283, 351, 395.
Burke, Richard, junior (Edmund
Burke's son), i. 320; ii. 494,
498, 608.

Burlington, Lord, ii. 262.

Burman, Peter, Johnson's Life of,
i. 104.

663

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salis-
bury, History of his own Time,
i. 484; Life of Hale, ii. 564;
Life of Rochester, ii. 147.
Burney, Dr. Charles, i. 9, 191, 215,
219, 265, 332, 627; ii. 256, 319,
404, 433, 472, 508, 600 seq., 615,
637, 650 n. ; his anecdotes of
Johnson, i. 627-9; ii. 433; His-
tory of Music, ii. 276 seq.
Burney, Mrs., i. 218, 329 n.; ii.
486-7, 600 seq.

Burney, Dr. Charles (jun.), ii. 622.
Burney, Frances (Mme. D'Arblay),
ii. 318-9, 537, 601; Cecilia, ii.
497, 625; Evelina, ii. 497.
Burrowes, Rev. R., ii. 622.
Burrows, Dr., ii. 285.
Burton, Robert, i. 41; ii. 312;
Anatomy of Melancholy, i. 415,

654.

Burton's Books, ii. 523.

Bute, third Earl of, i. 249-51, 327,
587-9; ii. 56, 299, 419, 427,
459 n. 1, 479; Johnson's pension,
i. 249-51.

Butler, Samuel, Hudibras, i. 598;
ii. 26.

Butter, Dr., ii. 1, 118, 124–5, 414,
633, 636.

Butter, Mrs., ii. 125.

Byng, Admiral, i. 206, 209.
Byng, Hon. John, ii. 647.

Cadell, Thomas, i. 240; ii. 70, 82,
252.

Cadogan, Lord, i. 7.
Callimachus, ii. 335.
Cambray, i. 623.

Cambridge, Johnson visits, i. 325;
its libraries, i. 359.
Cambridge, R. O., i. 593, 595, 597;
ii. 190-1, 477.

Camden, Lord, ii. 234, 235.
Camden, William, Remains, ii. 230,
490.

Cameron, Dr., executed, i. 100.
Campbell, Hon. and Rev. Archi-
bald, i. 486; ii. 546.

Campbell, Archibald (Lexiphanes).
i. 365.

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