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U.

• Universal History,' the Authours of, iii. 461.
Universities, English, not rich enough, i. 429 ; ii. 287.
Urban, Sylvanus, Johnson's latin ode 'to, i. 94.
Usher, Archbishop, i. 490.
Usury, ii. 297 ; iii. 53.

V.

Valetudinarian, generally a disagreeable character, ii. 265.
• Vanity of Human Wishes,' Johnson's Poem, i. 153, 399; iii. 67.
Vanity cured by living in London, i. 480.
Vansittart, Dr. Robert, i. 274.
Vauxhall Gardens, iii. 26.
Veal, Mrs. ii. 20.
Vesey, Agmondesham, Esq. iii. 162.
• Vicar of Wakefield,' i. 325.

written before the · Traveller,' but published

after, iii. 36.
two fine passages, originally in it, struck out

by the Authour, iii. 82.
Vilette, Rev. Mr. (ordinary of Newgate,) his just claims on the pub-

lick, iii. 413.
• Village, Deserted,' Goldsmith's, i. 393.

Village, Rev. Mr. Crabbe's, iii. 286.
Virgil, compared with Homer, ii. 4:40.

Johnson's juvenile translations from, i. 45.
Baskerville's edition of, presented by Johnson to Pembroke

College, i. 441.
Virtue and Vice, iii. 61, 383.
• Vision of Theodore the Hermit,' considered by Johnson the best

thing he ever wrote, i. 153.
• Visitor, the Universal,' a periodical paper, ii. 169.
Vivacity, acquirable, ii. 267.
Volcanoes, ii. 271.
Voltaire, i. 340, 388, 392, 396 ; iii. 66.
Vows, i. 405, 408 ; iii. 66, 67.
Vyse, Rev. Dr. ii. 381 ; iii. 452, n.

Johnson's letters to, ii. 381 ; iii. 478.

W.

Wales, Johnson's visit to, ii. 120.

Prince of. See Prince.
Walker, J. Cooper, Esq. of the Treasury Dublin, i. 251 ; ii, 368.

James, iii. 309, 310.
Wall, Dr. Physician at Oxford, iii. 384.
Wall of China, ii. 503.

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Waller, the poet, ii. 180 ; iii. 30.

extract from his · Divine Poesy,' iii. 382.

- Johnson's Life of, iii. 170.
Walmsley, Gilbert, Esq. i. 66, 68, 158.

his letter, recommending Johnson and Garrick, i. 84.
Walpole, Hon. Horace, iii. 401.

Sir Robert, his Administration defended, i. 106.

his Table talk, ii. 319.
Walton, Isaac, his Lives, ii. 116, 119, 183, 253, 363.
Wapping, worth being explored, iii. 305.
War, ij. 500.
Warburton, i. 143, 206, 259.

made a Bishop by Pope, i. 419.
his contest with Lowth, i. 419.
- Johnson's character of, iii. 177, 178, 380.

his judgement concerning biographers, i. 27.
Ward, the noted Dr. iii. 93.
Warley Camp, iii. 69, &c.
Warren, the first bookseller in Birmingham, i. 70.

Dr. his generous attendance on Johnson, during his last ill.

ness, iii. 476.
Warton, Rev. Dr. Joseph, his Essay on the Life and Genius of Pope,

i. 350 ; ii. 22.

Johnson's letters to, i. 198, 475.
Rev. Thomas, i. 8, 252, 258, 261, 263 ; ii. 254 ; iii. 146.
his entertaining account of Johnson's conversation when at

Oxford, in 1752, i. 212.
Johnson's letters to, i. 211, 216, 217, 218, 219, 223, 229,

230, 252, 261, 262, 441, 475.
Waste, household, hardly definable, ii. 499.
Watson, Rev. Dr. (Bishop of Landaff,) iii. 236.
Watts, Dr. his works, i. 245.

his Life, ii. 382 ; iii. 68.
Wealth, the right employment of, iii. 285.
Weather, its influence, i. 334, 352 ; ii. 179 ; iii. 440, n.
Webster, Rev. Dr. Alexander, ii. 106, 111.
Wedderburne. See Loughborough.
Welch, Saunders, Esq. ii. 459, 462 ; iii. 293.

Johnson's letter to, ii. 459.
Wentworth, Mr. Johnson's schoolmaster at Stourbridge, i. 44.
Wesley, Rev. John, ii. 472 ; iii. 17.

Johnson's letter to, iii. 97.
West's • Pindar,' iii. 162.
Westcote, Lord, confirms to Johnson the truth of his nephew's vis:

ion, iii. 388.
Westminster Abbey, first Musical Festival at, iii. 376.
Wetherell, Rev. Dr. ii, 250 ; iii. 396.

Johnson's letter to, ii. 236.
Wheeler, Rev. Dr. Johnson's letter to, iii. 74.
Whiggism, a negation of all principle, i. 338.

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Whigs, Johnson's definition of, iii. 235.

no great private enmity between them and Tories, üi. 383.
White, Rev. Mr. Henry, iii. 452.

Rev. Dr. Joseph, ii. 56.
Whitefield, Rev. George, his character, i. 64, 449 ; ii. 109.
Whitefoord, Caleb, Esq. iii. 407.
Whitehead, Paul, Esq. i. 103.

William, Esq. i. 30 ; iii. 233.
• Whole Duty of Man,' conjectures on its authour, ii. 80.
Wife, praise from one, delightful, i. 167.

qualities of, Sir Thomas Overbury's verses on, i. 446.
. . a studious, argumentative one, very troublesome, ii. 165.
Wilcox, Mr. the Bookseller, i. 85.
Wilkes, John, Esq. his jeu d'esprit on Johnson's Dictionary, i. 236.

meetings between him and Johnson, ii. 331, & seq. ; iii. 223.
Johnson's opinion of, ii. 432.
anecdotes of gallantry related by him, iii. 427.
his advice how to speak at the Bar of the House of Com-

mons, ii. 467.
his pleasantry on Johnson and himself as to their politicks and

religion, ii. 467.
William III. King, ii. 166.
Williams, Mr. Zachary, i. 185, 215, 237, 238.

Mrs. Anna, i. 185, 329, 361, 461 ; ii. 9, 330, 351, 353,

385, 389 ; iii. 72.
her general peevishness, ii. 297, 463 ; iii. 218.
Johnson's tenderness for her, ii. 297 ; iii. 54.
her death, iii. 333, 338.
Miss Helen Maria, iii. 375, 376.

Sir Charles Hanbury, i. 417.
Wilson, Rev. Mr. Johnson's letter to, iii. 276.
Windham, Right Hon. William, ii. 375 ; iii. 304, 486, 488.

Johnson's high eulogium on, iii. 436,

Johnson's letters to, iii. 325, 442.
Wine, the use of, ii. 39, 43, 246, 308, 421, 482, 483, 487 ; iii. 24,

41, 49, 92, 200, 206, 215.
Wirtemberg, Prince of, anecdote of, ii. 33.
Wit, iii. 225.
Witches, ii. 31 ; ii. 87. See Shakspeare.
Woodhouse, the poetical shoemaker, i. 486.
Words, big ones, not to be used for little matters, i. 367.
• World, the,' Periodical Essays, i. 329.
Wraxall, N. W. Esq. iii. 184.

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X.

Xenophon's Treatise on Economy, ii. 351.

• Retreat of the Ten Thousand,' (Book i.) affords the

earliest specimen of a delineation of characters, iii. 165.
Xerxes, Juvenal's fine verses on, ii. 72.

Y.

Yonge, Sir William, i. 158 ; ii. 18.
Young, Rev. Dr. his · Night Thoughts,' i. 172, 459 ; iii. 189.

Johnson's Life of, iii. 187.
anecdotes of, iii. 188, 189, 237, 238, 239.
pined for preferment, yet affected to despise it, ii. 488.
his fine image of delicate satire, iii. 388.
Mr. (Professor of Greek at Glasgow,) his · Criticisms on

Gray's Elegy,' in imitation of Johnson, iü. 470.

2.

Zeck, anecdote of, i. 393.

Zobeide,' a Tragedy, ii. 306.

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