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INDEX
Thomas, Colonel, ii. 490 n.

467, 563, 580; legal opinion on
Thomas, Nathaniel, ii. 67.

Rev. J. Thomson's case, ii. 44-6;
Thomson, James, i. 376, 597; ii. proposed addition to Johnson's

26, 271, 396 n. ; Johnson in- pension, ii. 574-5, 589–90, 607-
serts him among the Lives, ii. 80, 8; letter to Johnson, ii. 333.
87, 101.

Tickell, Thomas, i. 405; Life by
Thomson, Rev. James, case of Johnson, ii. 374.

ecclesiasticalcensure,ii. 39–46,66. Tillotson, John, Archbishop of
Thomson, Mr., a schoolmaster (the Canterbury, Sermons, ii. 188.

poet's brother-in-law), i. 376 ; Toland, John, i. 19.
ii. 87, 271.

Toleration, i. 511-5; ii. 341, 493 ;
Thornton, Bonnell, i. 140, 147 n., universal, ii. 286.

264; Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, i. To Miss on her giving the
280.

Authour a Purse, i. 351.
Thrale, ‘Old,' the brewer, Henry Tonson, Jacob, ii. 32.
Thrale's father, i. 328.

Tooke, Horne (at first Rev. John
Thrale, Henry, i. 327-31, 351, 380, Horne), criticizes Johnson's ety-
497, 538-40, 608-9; ii. 13, 16, mologies, ii. 268; Letter to Mr.
17, 30-1, 69, 79, 274, 281, 298, Dunning, ib.
314, 317, 327, 332-3, 387, 453, Topham, Edward, proprietor of
565, 583 seq. ; death, ii. 396–7, The World, case of, ii. 11 n.
407, 442; Johnson as executor, Toplady, Rev. Mr., meets John-
ii. 397; dinners and breakfasts son at Dilly's, i. 510, 516.
at his house, i. 385, 482-4, 493– Tories and Toryism, ii. 419, 549,
5, 509, 556, 569, 584, 645 ; ii. 4, 553; defined, i. 198; how gen-
19-24, 188, 260, 393.

erated, ii. 245; reverence for
Thrale, Henry (son of Mr. and Mrs. government, ii. 406–7.

Thrale), death, i. 675, 677. Torré, M., firework maker, ii. 572.
Thrale, Hester Lynch (Miss Salus- Torture of accused persons, i. 312.

bury, afterwards Mrs. Piozzi), i. Towers, Dr. J., Essay on the Life
329-31, 385–6, 483, 494, 538-40, of Johnson, ii. 362; Letter to Dr.
584, 607, 628, 676 ; ï. 1, 30-1, Johnson, &c., i. 562.
69, 160, 163, 172-5, 185, 189, Townley, C., an engraver, ii. 649 n.
238, 245, 260 seq, 274, 281, 298, Townley, Charles, ii. 88 n.
303, 318 seq., 359, 374, 387, 389, Townshend, Right Hon. Charles,
394 seq., 418, 431, 452 seq., 456 i. 490; ii. 2.
seq., 501, 539, 568, 612, 623; Townshend, Right Hon. Thomas
her engagement to Piozzi, ii. 583; (afterwards first Viscount Syd-
Anecdotes of Johnson, cited, cor- ney), ii. 568.
rected, or explained, i. 28 n. 1, 30, Townson, Rev. Dr., i. 518 n. ; ii.
47 n., 62 n. 2, 277, 278 n., 321,
469 n. ; ii. 175, 215 n., 481, 583- Trade, remarks on, i. 327, 397, 456,
9; British Synonymy, ii. 643 ; 487, 647.
Letters, ii. 102 n., 322, 513, 566, *Trade, The' (the booksellers of

577, 583 n. 1, 622 n. 1, 629, 631. London), i. 292, 582; ii. 216.
Thrale, Miss, i. 609, 628; ii. 4,318. Translations, ii. 477 ; how to judge
Thuanus (De Thou), i. 22; John- of their merit, ii. 195; what

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son thinks of translating his His- books can and what cannot be
tory, ii. 642.

translated, ii. 25, 195.
Thucydides, ii. 249, 352.

Trapp, Dr., ii. 620 n.
Thurlow, first Lord, i. 581 ; ii. 15, Travellers, ancient and modern,

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701
ii. 269; mean to tell the truth, i. 599; theory and practice, i.
ii. 180 ; modern mostly laughed 369–70; ii. 106; value of fel-
at, ii. 227; unsatisfactory un- lowships, ii. 9.
less trustworthy, i. 575.

Usher, Archbishop, i. 424.
Travelling, advice about it, i. 289 ; Usury, law against, ii. 18.

its grand object, ii. 24-5; supplies Uttoxeter Market, Johnson does
little to the conversation, ii. 267;

penance there, ii. 612.
time ill spent on it in early man-
hood, ii. 266.

Vacancies, eagerness for, ii. 191.
Travels, books of, ii. 227.

Vails, i. 386.
Trecothick, Alderman, his English, Valetudinarians, i. 668; ii. 1, 116.
ii. 55, 154.

Vallancy, Colonel, ii. 535, 536, 539.
Trimlestown, Lord, ii. 173–4. Vanbrugh, Sir John, ii. 372.
Trinity, doctrine of the, i. 515-6; Vanity of Human Wishes, account
ii. 189.

of it, i. 129–32, 342; Boswell
Trotter, Beatrix, ii. 271.

finds in it the means of happiness,
Trotter, -, an engraver, ii. 649 n. ii. 91 n.
Trotz, Professor, i. 318.

Vansittart, Dr., i. 231, 468.
Truth, children to be strictly Vauxhall Gardens, ii. 232.

trained in it, ii. 175; devia- Veal, Mrs., her ghost, i. 447.
tions from it very frequent, ii. Veale, Thomas, ii. 392 n.
303 ; moral and physical, ii. Versailles, i. 608, 617.
338 ; how far obligatory, ii. 241, Vertot, i. 501 ; ii. 564.
283-4, 559-60; perpetual vigi- Vesey, Right Hon. Agmondesbam,
lance needed, ii. 176, 601; society i. 320, 564; ii. 352.

held together by it, ii. 222. Vesey, Mrs., ii. 320-1.
Tunbridge School, ii. 576.

Vestris, the dancer, ii. 393.
Turkey and the Turks, i. 469, 639. Vicarious punishment, ii. 424.
Turkish Spy, ii. 480.

Vice, ii. 221, 222, 259, 264-5.
Turton, Dr., ii. 125.

‘Vicious intromission,' Johnson's
Twalmley, the great, ii. 476.

argument, i. 470-6; ii. 74.
Twickenham, Boswell and John- Victor, Benjamin, ii. 371.
son's drive to it, i. 593.

Vilette, Rev. Mr., ii. 576.
Twiss, Richard, Travels, i. 582. Villiers, Sir George, his ghost, ii.
Tyburn, executions at, ii. 473. 266.
Tyers, Jonathan, ii. 232.

Virgil, i. 422 ; ii. 251, 334-5, 344 ;
Tyers, Thomas, account and anec- compared with Homer, ii. 148;
dotes of, i. 107; ii. 232 ; Bio- and Theocritus, ii. 335; John-
graphical Sketch of Dr. Johnson, son's juvenile translations, i. 35.
ii. 233.

Virtue, men naturally virtuous
Tyrconnel, Lord, i. 119.

compared with those who over-
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Chatterton's come inclinations, ii. 497; not
poems, ii. 438 n.

natural to man, ii. 266 ; prac-
Tytler, William, i. 554; History tised for the sake of character,
of Mary Queen of Scots, i. 235. ii. 259, 264 ; why preferable to

vice, ii. 259; scholastic virtue,
Universal History, ii. 564.

i. 491.
Universal Visiter, i. 121 n., 204, Vivacity, an art, i. 670.
581-2.

Volcanoes, strata of earth in them,
University, should be a school i. 674.

where everything may be learnt, 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.

102 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.

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 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.

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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

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.

and Garrick, 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,

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Weather and seasons, their in-

fluence, i. 221, 301, 521, 590 ;

ii. 231, 594, 600.
Webster, Rev. Dr. Alexander, i.

526, 528-30.
Wedderburne, Alexander. See

Loughborough, Lord.
Welch, Father, i. 623.
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, Cro88-readings,
Whitehead, Paul, i. 85-6.
Whitehead, William, i. 21, 126,

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 ; ii. 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, 501, 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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Woodcocks, i. 371, 510.
Woodhouse, the poetical shoe

maker, i. 420.
Woolwich, hulk at, ii. 203.
Word to the Wise, ii. 84.
World, The, Chesterfield's papers

on the Dictionary, i. 171-2;

Johnson thinks little of it, i. 280.
World Displayed, Introduction to

the, i. 230.
Woty, Mr., i. 255.
Wraxall, Sir Nathaniel W., Tour

to the Northern Parts of Europe,
ii. 321.

Xenophon, delineation of characters

in the Anabasis, ii. 355 ; Trea-
tise of Oeconomy, ii. 68.

Williams, Helen Maria, ii. 542.
Williams, Zachariah, i. 182 n. 2,

201, 202 n. 2.
Wilson, Father, i. 613.
Wilson, Florence, De tranquillitate

animi, ii. 161.
Wilson, Rev. Mr., dedicates his

Archæological Dictionary to

Johnson, ii. 455, 649 n.
Wilson, Thomas, Fellow of Trinity

College, Dublin, i. 326.
Wilton, i. 599 ; ii. 91.
Wilton, Miss, i. 530.
Winchester, i. 411.
Winchester College, ii. 277.
Windham, Right Hon. William, i.

320, 555'; ii. 89, 268, 471, 480,
499, 521, 538, 587, 597, 602 seq.,
636, 648; visits Johnson when

dying, ii. 639, 643, 644.
Wine, its effect on different per-

sons, ii. 39, 126-7, 186–7; its
effect on conversation and bene-
volence, i. 465; ii. 28–9, 246,
501; drives away care,' i. 468;
melancholy increased by it, i.
298; abstinence a great deduc-
tion from life, ii. 130, 187, 246;
reasons for abstinence, i. 651;
ii. 187, 190; claret and ignor-
ance, ii. 253 ; claret, port, and
brandy distinguished, ii. 286.
Wirgman, keeper of a toy-shop, ii.

244.
Wirtemberg, Prince of, i. 459.
Wise, Francis, Radclivian Libra-

rian, i. 183-6; Johnson visits

him at Elsfield, i. 180.
Wit, ii. 292, 400 n.
Witches, evidence of their having

existed, i. 458; 'machinery of
poetry,' ii. 344; Shakespeare's,

ii. 287.
Woffington, Margaret (Peg), ii. 200.
Wood, Anthony à, i. 41 ; ii. 454.

Yalden, Rev. Thomas, Johnson

adds him to the Lives, ii. 280.
Yonge, Sir William, i. 446; Epi-

logue to Irene, i. 133.
York, ii. 332.
York, Duke of, Johnson dedicates

music to him, i. 333.
Young, Arthur, Tours, ii. 123.
Young, Dr. Edward, i. 145; ii.

126, 191, 232, 554; Johnson
and Boswell visit his house, ii.
420-2; estimate of his poetry,
i. 396; ii. 377–8; Life by
Croft, revised by Johnson, ii.
375; Night Thoughts, i. 396 ; ii.

377-8.
Young, Mr. (Dr. Young's son), Bos-

well and Johnson visit him, ii.

420-1.
Young, Professor, of Glasgow, imi-

tates Johnson's style, ii. 628.

Zeck, George and Luke, i. 336.
Zobeide, ii. 26.
Zoffani, J., ii. 649 n.
Zon, Mr., i. 182.

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