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Sapi, Paoli, his Council of Trent,' i. 110.

his Life, by Johnson, i. 114.
Savage, Richard, anecdotes of, i. 103, 134.

Johnson's Life of, i. 132, 137.
enquiry as to his birth, i. 137.

his Tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury,' represented, ii. 371.
Savages, ii. 313 ; iii. 397.

always cruel, i. 344.
Searsdale, Lord, ii. 412.
Schools, Scottish, do not make critical scholars, ü. 26.
Schoolmasters, i. 80 ; ii. 6.

law cases respecting them, ii. 14, 35, 36, 37, 455,

457.
Scorpions, curious anecdote concerning, i. 431.
Scotch, their pronunciation, ii. 62.

Lairds, i. 321. See Landlord and Tenant,
Scotchmen, their steady perseverance to obtain an object, iii. 149.

their great nationality, iii 294.
Scotland, and the Scotch, Johnson's opinion of, and bon-mots on, i.

333, 351, 429, 447, 481 ; ii. 83, 135, 139, 140, 141, 243,

276, 421, 472, 481, 486 ; iii. 110, 223, 294, 295.
Scottish Literature, ii. 183.
Scott, Sir William, i. 360, 467 ; ii. 497 ; iii. 215, 216.

Mr. of Amwell, ii. 174.

George Lewis, Esq. ii. 373.
Scriptures, the Holy, ii. 320.

Johnson's letter on the proposals to translate them into

Erse, i. 410.
Scripture phrases, ii. 60.
Secker, Archbishop, i. 32 ; iii. 163.
Second sight, i, 395 ; ii. 9.
Seduction, ii. 290 ; iii. 475.
Selected works, ii. 299, 469.
Semel insanivimus omnes, traced to its source, iii. 291, n.
Sensibility, i. 457 ; ii. 274 ; iii. 321.
Sermons, the best English, ii. 485, 486.
Servants, ii. 63 ; iii. 33.
Seward, Rev. Mr. ii. 271, 406 ; iii. 112.

Miss Anna, i. 38, n ; ïi. 271 ; iii. 414.

William, Esq. ii. 378, 418 ; iii. 256, 290, 302, 317.
Shakspeare, compared with Congreve, i. 452, 453 ; iii. 152.

with Corneille, iii. 152.

with Milton, iii. 200, 201.
his description of night, in • Macbeth,' faulty, i. 453..
- his description of Dover Cliffs, faulty, i. 453.

his Witches, of his own creation, iïi. 87.
· Johnson's opinion of, iii. 87, 155, 160.
Johnson's edition of his Plays, i. 143, 250, 251, 282;

376, 388, 474, 475 ; ii. 53 ; iii. 380.
- Johnson's opinion of his learning, iii. 155.

Shakspeare, remarks on, i. 387, 456 ; ii. 42, 317 ; iii. 152.

See Othello, and Mrs. Montagu.
- the second folio edition of his Plays, (1632) adulterated

in every page, ii. 389, n.
Sharpe, Rev. Dr. Gregory, i. 488.
Sharpe's Letters on Italy,' ii. 317.
Shaw, Cuthbert, his poem of • The Race,' i. 415.

Rev. Mr. his Erse Grammar, ii. 362, 363.
his pamphlet on Ossian, iii. 348.

Dr. Thomas, (the traveller,) iii. 232.
Shebbeare, Dr. iii. 232.
Shenstone, his verses at an inn, ii. 257.
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, Esq. ii. 371, 372.

Thomas, Esq. i. 303, 304, &c. 353, 453, 487 ; ii. 17, 151,

279 ; iii. 83, 317, 322, 413.

Mrs. i. 305, 306.
Shiels, Mr. Robert, i, 151 ; ii. 300.
Shipley, Dr. Jonathan, (late Bishop of St. Asaph,) iii. 343.
Short Hand, i. 69 ; ï. 503.
Shrewsbury, ii. 43.
Siam, Embassy from the King of, to Louis the Fourteenth, iii. 49.
Şiddons, Mrs. her visit to Johnson, iii. 339, 340.
Sibbald, Sir Robert M. D. ii. 470.
Sidney, Sir Philip, his receipt to preserve a wife's chastity, ii:

388, n.
Simpson, Joseph, Esq. i. 273, 381 ; ii. 298.

Johnson's letter to, i. 273.
Sin, original, iii. 241, & seq.
Skene, Sir John, the great antiquary of Scotland, iii. 114, n.
Slavery, and Slave trade, i. 446, 448, 456. See Negroes.
Sleep, ii. 419, 420.
Slow,' its meaning in the first line of Goldsmith's · Traveller,' ii.

490.
Smart, Christopher, i. 240, 312 ; ï. 169.
Smith, Dr. Adam, iii. 45, 159, 294, 469.

his « Wealth of Nations, ii. 242.
Captain, iii. 71.

Edmund, his verses to Pococke, ii. 502.
Smollet, Tobias, his letter to Wilkes, i. 275.
Society, civilized, its customs, i. 343, 344, 349, 397, 463 ; ii. 72,

490, 497.
Solamen miseris, &c. the authour of that line yet undiscovered, iii.

292, n.
Soldiers, ii. 285, 500 ; iii. 70.
Somerville, Lord, the authour's warm and grateful remembrance of

him, iii. 179.
South, Rev. Dr. i. 466 ; ii. 485.
Southwell, Thomas, the second Lord, iii. 85, 285.

Thomas George, the third Lord, iii. 138, n.
Viscountess, Johnson's letter to, iii. 138.

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Southwell, Hon. Edmund, iii. 138, n.
Spanish Plays, fit only for children, iii. 153.
Spearing, Mr. the attorney, i. 107, n.

Spectator, the,' ïi. 59, 188, 302, 312.
Spence, the Rev. Joseph, his account of Blacklock's description of

visible objects, unsatisfactory, i. 364.

his Anecdotes,' iii. 192.
Spirits, evil, iii. 382.
Spleen, the,' a poem, ii. 305.
Stanhope, Mr. Lord Chesterfield's son, i. 209.
Stanton, Mr. the actor, ii. 268.
Staunton, Sir George, Johnson's letter to, i. 289.
Statuary compared with Painting, ii. 248, 472.
Steel, Right Hon. Thomas, i. 116.

Mr. his · Prosodia Rationalis,' ii. 155.

Sir Richard, ii. 255 ; iii. 182, 216.
Steevens, George, Esq. assists in Johnson's Shakspeare, i. 475; ii.

53.
Johnson's letters to, ii. 110, 111, 356.

communications from, respecting Johnson, iii. 408, & seq.
Sterne, Rev. Laurence, ii. 67. See Tristram Shandy.
Stewart, Francis, Johnson's amanuensis, iii. 121.
Stirling Corporation, ii. 191.
Stopford, Hon. General Edward, ii. 193.
Strahan, William, Esq. i. 227 ; ii. 153, 495 ; iii. 72.

his letter recommending Johnson to be brought into Parlia-

ment, i. 494.
jun. his death, iii. 222.
Mrs. Johnson's letters to, iii. 223, 257.

Rev. Mr. iii. 367, 456, 488.
Strickland, Mrs. ii. 374, n.
Stratford Jubilee. See Garrick.
Stuart Family, ii. 65.

Hon. Colonel James, iii. 101, 113.
- Hon. and Rev. William, iii. 303.

Andrew, Esq. his letter to Lord Mansfield, ii. 73.
Study, method of, i. 60, 348, 359.
Style, iii. 4 ; and see Temple, Sir William.

of English writers, how far distinguishable, iii. 4.,
miserably bad in general, in the beginning of the seventeenth

century, ii. 481.
Johnson’s, remarks on, i. 178, 179 ; ii. 423.
various kinds of, ii. 42.
the modern much superior to that of the last century, ii. 486cm

and to that of the reign of Queen Anne.
... instances of particular imitations, iii. 464, 465, 466, 467, 468.
Subordination necessary for society and human happiness, i. 320,
345, 349, 397 ; ii. 11, 156, 497 ; iii. 88.

the ground of all intellectual improvements, ii. 65.

Subordination impaired in England, in modern times, by the increase

of money, ii. 497.
Suicide, ii. 73 ; iii. 266.
Swallows, i. 431.
Swearing, ii. 22, 437.
Sweden, the late King of, ii. 391.
Swift, Earl Gower's letter to, concerning Johnson's obtaining a de-
Johnson's opinion of his Works, i. 352, 439 ; ïi. 150.

of his Journal-letters to Stella, iii. 287.
Johnson's Life of, iii. 190.

Delany's and Lord Orrery's account of him, ii. 487.
Swinfen, Dr. i. 56, 69,
Swinton, Rev. Mr. i. 214.
Sydenham, Dr. Johnson's Life of, i. 124.
Sympathy with others in distress, i. 457.

gree, i. 108.

T.

Table Talk, Sir Robert Walpole's rule for, ii. 319.
Tacitus, remarks on his style, ii. 40.
Talbot, Mrs. Catherine, i. 161.
• Tale of a Tub,' i. 352 ; ii. 150.
Taste, ii. 42.

alters in the progress of life, i. 398.
Tastes and characters of men, Sir Joshua Reynold's standard for

judging of them, iii. 402.
Taverns, ii. 257.
· Taxation no Tyranny,' ii. 163.
Taylor, Rev. Dr. Johnson's visit to, ii. 277,392, 430 ; iii. 457, 492.

Johnson's letters to, i. 189 ; iii. 327, 365.
anecdotes of, i. 41, 64, 157, 188 ; ii. 277, 406, 430.-
Johnson's characteristick account of, ii. 395.
the Chevalier, iii. 93.
Jeremy, iii. 385.

the Editor of Demosthenes, iii. 34.
Tea, i. 245, 246.
Temple, Rev. Mr. (the Authour's old and intimate friend,) i. 344,
396 ; ii. 149.

his well written character of Gray, iii. 269.

Sir William, first gave cadence to English prose, ii. 493.
Tenderness, a want of, proof of a want of parts, i. 482.
Testimony, general, i. 335, 347-compared with argument, iii. 375.
Tests, ii. 152.
Thames' wit, iii. 160.
Theocritus, iii. 142.
Thomas, Mr. Nathanael, ii. 350.
Thomas à Kempis, ii, 468 ; iii. 373.
Thomson, Rev. James, ii. 320, & seq.

the Poet, his works, i. 352, 438 ; ii. 305.

Thomson, the Poet, anecdotes of, ii. 373, 390 ; ïïi. 69.
Thornton, Bonnel, Esq. his burlesque ode for St. Cecilia's Day, i.

328.
Thrale, Henry, Esq. i. 383, 447 ; ii. 121 ; iii. 137,211.

his death, iii. 211.
sale of his brewhouse, iii. 212.

Mrs. See Piozzi.
Thuanus, Johnson's proposed translation of, iii. 485.
Thurlow, Lord, his opinion on the Liberty of the Pulpit, ii. 326,
327.

his letter to Johnson, iii. 140.
Johnson's opinion of, iii. 289, 411.
his letter to the Authour on Johnson's proposed tour to

Italy, iii. 417.

Johnson's letter to him on that occasion, iii. 429.
Toleration, ii. 90, 94, 95 ; iii. 86, 149, 318.
Topham's case, ii. 289.
Toplady, Rev. Mr. ii. 94.
Torture in Holland, i. 365.
Tory, Johnson's description of, iii. 235, 383.

moderate, when in opposition to government, iii. 222.
Towers, Dr. Joseph, ii. 148.

his Essay on the Life, &c. Johnson,' iii. 172.
Townley, Charles, Esq. ii. 374.
Townly, Mr. (the engraver,) iii. 493, n.

Townsend, Right Hon. Charles, ii. 68.
Townson, Rev. Dr. iii. 391, n.
Trade, Johnson's remarks on, i. 460.

adventurous, more persons ruined by it, than by gaming, ii. 295.
Tradesmen retired from business, i. 480.
Translation, i. 71 ; ii. 304, 493, 494.
• Traveller,' Goldsmith's poem, i. 376.

Johnson's lines in, i. 392_his high praise of, ii. 78.
Travelling, ïi. 284, 304, 476, 502; iii. 20, 397, 406.
Travels, the Authour's, iü. 20.

books of, good in proportion to what the traveller has pre-

viously in his mind, iii. 21.
Trimleston, Lord, ii. 469.
Trinity, Johnson's belief in, and just disapprobation of its being dis-

cussed in a mixed company, ii. 95.
• Tristram Shandy,' ii, 256.
Truth, importance of a regard to, i. 341 ; ii. 244, 245, 393, 470,

471 ; iii. 15, 105, 145, 146, 210, 280, 288, 393, 441.
• Turkish Spy,' authours of, iii. 304.
Twiss's · Travels in Spain,' ii. 169.
Tyburn. See Execution of Criminals.
Tyers, Mr. Thomas, his odd description of Johnson, iii. 26.

anecdotes of, iii. 26.
Tyrawly, James O'Hara, second Lord, i. 59.
Tytler's vindication of Mary, Queen of Scots, i. 278.

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