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Liberty, subordination and order necessary to the enjoyment of true

liberty, iii. 88.
Liberty and necessity of the will, i. 451, 465 ; ii. 13, 199.
Lichfield, remarks on, ii. 268, 269, 270.

Johnson's last visit to, iii. 452.
Liddel, Sir Henry, his spirited expedition to Lapland, ii. 23, n.
Life, reflections on, i. 484, 488 ; ii. 70, 316, 319, 415, 445 ; iii.

390, 412.
should be thrown into method, that every

hour may bring em.
ployment, ii. 351.
Line, the improper use of that word, ii. 443.
LITERARY CLUB, i. 473 ; ii. 149, 372 ; iii. 4, 292, 293, 410.

Johnson's high opinion of it, iii. 285.
Literary frauds, i. 199.-Instances of, i. 283, 284 ; iii. 482.

property, i. 209, 342, 343 ; ï. 98, 110, 169 ; iii. 463.
men, the written accounts of their lives may be made as en-

tertaining as those of any other class, iii. 221.
Literature, state of, i. 237.
• Lives of the English Poets,' Johnson's, ii. 364, 366, 367, 393.

published, iii. 78, 167, 269.
critique on, and account of, iü. 169.

192, 378.
Lloyd, Mr. (the Quaker,) ii. 262.
Lobo's Abyssinia, i. 71 ; ii. 283.
Lock, William, Esq. (of Norbury Park,) iii. 174.
Locke, his plan of Education imperfect, iii. 67, 68.
Lockman, Mr. John, iii. 145.
Lofft, Capel, Esq. iii. 372.
Lombe's silk mill, at Derby, ii. 416.
London, its immensity, i. 330; ii. 177 ; iii. 305.

its superiority over the country, i. 445, 480 ; ii. 281, 427,

438, 454.
Johnson's, and the authour's love of, i. 250, 359 ; ii. 112,

281, 427 ; iii. 438.
art of living in, i. 85.
Johnson's poem of, i. 97, 98, 102, 103, 107, 108, 154.

Chronicle, i, 249, 464.
Long, Dudley, Esq. See North.
Longley, Mr. of Rochester, iii. 147.
Lort, Rev. Dr. iii. 383, n.
Loudoun, Countess of, iii. 74.
Lovat, Lord, anecdotes of, and epigram on, i. 146.
Love, i. 482 ; ii, 104, 180, 265. See Marriage.
Loveday, Dr. John, ii. 98, n.
Loughborough, Lord, i. 304.
Lowe, (Johnson's school-fellow,) i. 41.

Mr. Mauritius, the painter, iii. 305, 306, 307, 312, 313, 479.
Lowth, Robert, Bishop of London, i. 419.
Loyalty, iii. 282.
Lucan, Lord, iii. 211, 410.

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Lucan, Lady, iii. 410.
• Luke's iron crown.' See Zeck.
Lumisden, Andrew, Esq. ii. 216.
Luton-Hoe, Lord Bute's seat at, iii. 244.
Luxury and extravagance, ii. 24, 64, 318 ; iii. 5, 6, 61.
Lydiat, Thomas, i. 155.
Lyttelton, George, Lord, his works, i. 420, 485 ; . 66, 302.

Johnson's Life of, iii. 186.
Thomas, Lord, his vision, iii. 388.

M.

Macartney, George, Earl of, i. 12 ; i. 294, 478, 482 ; ii. 189.
Macaulay, Mrs. Johnson's acute and unanswerable refutation of her

levelling reveries ; his opinion of her and her works, i. 349, 380;
ii. 65, 338, 433.

Rev. Mr. Kenneth, his account of Saint Kilda, i. 429 ;

ii. 9.
Macbean, Mr. ii. 297 ; iii. 139.

his Dictionary of Geography, ii. 53.
Macbeth, Johnson's • Observations on,' i. 143.
Macaronick Verses, iii. 3.
Macclesfield, Lady, i. 138, &c.

See Savage.
M'Donald, Sir James, i. 350.

Sir Alexander, (now Lord,) ii. 15.

Lady Margaret, iii. 87.
Macklin, Charles, the Actor, i. 304.
Maclaurin, Mr. ii. 183, 357.
Maclean, Sir Allan, ii. 357.

- Mr. Alexander, ii. 219.
Macpherson, James, Esq. ii. 130, 132, 133, 134.

.. Johnson's letter to him, ii. 133.
Macquarry, ii. 357, 390.
Macqueen, Rev. Mr. Donald, ii. 197.
Madden, the Rev. Dr. the first proposer of premiums in Trinity

College, Dublin, i. 241, n.

his · Boulter's Monument,' i. 241.

his rule for planting an orchard, iii. 309.
Madness, i. 312; ii. 426.
Mahogany, a liquor so called, iii. 206.
Mallet, David, i. 487 ; iii. 90, 319.

his Life of Bacon, ii. 441.

- his Tragedy of Elvira,' i. 320.
Malone, Edmond, Esq. i. 8, 177, 180, 317, 323 ; ii. 273, 314,

317 ; iii. 24, 38, 95, 173, 180, 181, 250, 491, 495.

Johnson's letters to, iii. 257.
Man in all states must govern woman, from superiority of understand-

ing, ii. 315, 316.
Man of Feeling,' (a Novel,) i. 284.
Mandeville's · Fable of the Bees,' criticised, iii. 14.

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Manly Beauty, described by Shakspeare and Milton, iii. 201.
Manners, works describing them require notes in sixty or seventy

years, ii. 59.

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Manning, Mr. (the Compositor,) iii. 406, 407.
Mansfield, Lord, ii. 15, 44, 150, 500 ; iii. 126, 288.
Manucci, Count, ii. 205, 347.
Maps, ii. 177.
Marchmount, Earl of, ii. 17 ; iii. 55, 94, 180.
Marlborough, Duke of, i. 11.

Duchess of, i. 124 ; iii. 207.
Marmor Norfolciense, i. 116.
Marriage, i. 432, 446, 471, 487 ; ii. 21, 261, 262, 291, 296 ; ii.

83, 248, 383.
Marriage, second, i. 446, 487.

Bill, Royal, i. 11.

• Matrimonial Thought,' a song, i. 472.
Marsili, Dr. i. 252.
Martinelli's History of England, ii. 66.
Mary, Queen of Scots, i. 278; ii. 107.
Matter, Berkley's notion of its non-existence, controverted, i. 368.
Mash, Rev. Dr. his · History of Worcestershire,' ii. 505.
Mason, Rev. William, i. 28, 30, ii. 162, 301 ; iii. 15, 402.
Masquerades, ii. 54.
Masters, Mrs. i. 191 ; iii. 343.
Mattaire, iïi. 143.
Maupertuis, i. 431.
Maxwell, Rev. Dr. his anecdotes of Johnson, i. 476, 491.
Mayo, Rev. Dr. ii. 92, 93 ; iii. 7, 9.
Meeke, Mr, i. 212.
Mead, Dr. iii. 65.
Melancholy, constitutional, reflections on, i. 55, 271 ; ii. 235, 249,

345, 354, 392, 426, 439 ; iii. 498.
Melancthon, ii. 374, 378, n.
Melmoth, William, Esq. iii. 121, 123.

his Letters, under the name of Fitzosborne, iii. 123, 368, n.
Memis, Dr. ii. 127, 133, 189, 353, 357.
Menagiana, iii. 53.
Merchant, a new species of gentleman, i. 384.
Metaphysicks, i. 451, 465.
Metcalfe, Philip, Esq. iii. 274.
Methodists, i. 357, 485 ; iii. 413.
Meynell, Hugo, Esq. his happy expressions concerning London, ji,

84.
Mickle, William Julius, ii. 34 ; iii. 396.

his · Lusiad,' iii. 347.
Middle state of souls, i. 467 ; ii. 19,
Millar, Andrew, i. 227.
Miller, Lady, i. 163.
Milne, Mr. the Architect, defended, i. 276.
Milner, Rev. Mr. his defence of the Methodists, i. 357, n.

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Milton, his grand-daughter, i. 181, 182.

Johnson's Life of, iii. 173, & seg. see i. 181, & seq. iii. 393.
more thinking in him and Butler, than in any of the English

Poets,

his plan of education impracticable, iii. 67.
Mimickry, ii. 12.
Miracles, in proof of the Christian religion, supported by the strong-

est evidence, i. 347.
• Mirror, the,' a periodical paper, iii. 469.
• Modern Characters from Shakspeare,' ii. 492.
Monasteries, i. 287 ; ii. 246.
Monboddo, Lord, and his works, i, 445 ; ii. 7, 65, 197 ; iii, 243,

368.
Monckton, Hon. Miss, (now Countess of Cork,) iii. 229.

the authour's verses to, iii. 230.
Monro, Dr. iii. 359.
Montagu, Mrs. her · Essay on Shakspeare,' i. 444,

anecdotes of, ii, 482 ; in, 201, 370.
Montrose, the late Duke of, ii. 480 ; iii. 229,
Monuments in St. Paul's Church, ii. 80.
Moody, Mr. the actor, ii. 165.
Moor, Dr. (Greek Professor at Glasgow,) ii. 306, n.
More, Dr. Henry, ii. 18.

Miss Hannah, ii. 493 ; iii. 219, 222, 229, 370, 393.
Morris, Miss, Johnson s last words spoken to her, iii. 490.
Mounsey, Dr. of Chelsea, his character, i. 438.
Mountstuart, Lord, (now Marquis of Bute,) i. 404 ; ii, 242, 349;

iii. 111, 244.
· Mourning Bride, description of the temple in that play, highly

commended, i. 452.
Mudge, Rev. Mr. Zachariah, i. 297 ; iii. 204.

;
Dr. i. 297.
Murphy, Arthur, Esq. i. 256, 279, 307, 486.

his • Poetical Epistle to Johnson,' i. 279.
Murray, Mr. Solicitor General of Scotland, ij. 284.
Musgrave, Sir William, i. 124.

Dr. Samuel, iii. 34.
Musick, ii. 70, 221, 444 ; iii. 157.
Myddleton, Colonel, his urn and inscription in honour of Johnson,

iii. 493.

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N.

Nares, Rev. John, his · Elements of Orthoëpy,' and imitation of

Johnson's style, iii. 468.
Nash, Beau, Dedication, i. 5.
National Debt, i. 486.
Natural affection from parents to children instinctive ; not vice versa,

i. 463.
. - the reasons assigned, iii. 93.

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Negroes, ii. 346, 353, 357, 385, 446.

Johnson's arguments in favour of one, ii. 447, 455.
Nelson's Festivals and Fasts,' ii. 263,
Newhaven, Lord, iii. 108.
Newton, Sir Isaac, Johnson's praise of, i. 364, 485.

Dr. Thomas, (late Bishop of Bristol,) iii, 378.
Nichols, Dr. Johnson's review of his Discourse de Anima Medica

undiscovered, ii. 416.
Mr. John, iii, 169, 275, 449.

his communications as to Johnson, iii. 483.
Nicol, Mr. George, Johnson's letter to, iii. 445,
Nil admirari, the propriety of that maxim discussed, ü. 180,
Nollekens, Mr. ii. 462.
Nonjurors, ii. 152 ; iii. 379.
North, Dudley, Esq. iii. 202, 208.

Lord, his Lordship's letters as Chancellor of the University

of Oxford, to the Vice-Chancellor, in favour of Johnson,

ii. 159.
Northumberland, Elizabeth, Duchess of, ii. 505. .

Hugh, Duke of, ii. 490.
Norton, Sir Fletcher, i. 456 ; ii. 275.
Nowell, Rev. Dr. iii. 386, 387.
Nos yog sexetes, the motto on Johnson's watch, i. 433.

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O'Connor, Charles, Esq. the Irish antiquarian, Johnson's letters to,

i. 251 ; i. 368.

account of, ii. 368, n.
Ode to Friendship, i. 129.

on Winter, i. 144.
Odes by Cumberland, ü. 310.
Ogilvie, Dr. John, i. 330, 331.
Oglethorpe, General, anecdotes of, i. 104 ; ii. 33, 173, 318 ; iii,

5, 282.
Old

age, ii. 491 ; iii. 49, 50.
Oldfield, Dr. anecdote of, ii. 319.
Oldham's imitation of Juvenal, i. 97.
Oldys, William, his part in the Harleian Miscellany, i. 142.
Oldmixon, John, i. 234, n.
Oliver, Dame, Johnson's school-mistress, i. 40.
« Olla Podrida,' iii. 497, n.
Omai, ïi. 284.
Oratory, ii. 59, 155 ; iii. 225, 403.
Orford, Lord, his gallery of pictures, iii. 416.
Orme, Mr. the Historian, ii. 135 ; iii. 7.

Captain, iii. 212.
Orrery, John, the fifth Earl of, i, 150, 487 ; ii. 81, 285.

- his Life of Swift, ii. 487.
Osborn, Francis, his works, ii. 43.

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