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Johnson, Dr. Samuel, his disagreement | Lamoignon, President, his lines, 420.
with Mrs. Thrale, 67.

Langton, Bennet, Esq., Johnson's re-
- his correspondence with her on mark on, 27.

her marriage with Mr. Piozzi, — and on his children, 37.
73.

story of, 388.
was Johnson a suitor for the hand Leicester, Earl of, 293.
of Mrs. Thrale ? 81.

| Leighton, Sir Baldwin, 432.
- Miss Seward's account of his loves, Lennox, Lady Sarah, 240.
85.

Leopold, King of the Belgians, 349.
his last days, 87.

“ Letters to and from the late Samuel
his death, 87.

Johnson, LL.D.," publication of,
his affection for Mrs. Piozzi, 87. 110, 118.
proximate cause of his death, 88. Levet, Mr. Robert, in Dr. Johnson's
his strict attention to truth, 91.

house, 11.
his retort to Pottinger, 96.

- Johnson's lines on the death of,
his habitual disregard for the rules

11.
of good breeding, 97.

Lisbon, earthquake at, 171.
controversy kindled by the publi- Liver cases, 437.
cation of the “ Tour to the He- Liverpool, Lord, charms of his conver-
brides," and “ Anecdotes of Dr. sation, 235.
Johnson," 97 - 101.

Llewenny Hall, 315, 389.
"Letters from and to the late Sam- London, verses for and against, 364,
uel Johnson, LL.D.," 110.

365.
his letters on Death, 111.

Lort, Rev. Dr., 26, 108, 336.
Sayer's print of “ Johnson's Loughborough, Lord,'his remark on
Ghost," 118.

Benjamin Franklin, 239.
his verses on a young heir coming Louis XIV., his politeness, 40.
of age, 134.

Lucan, Lord, 63.
- his apology to Dr. Burney, 214. Lucas, Mr., 336.
- his unconscious plagiarism, 222. Lust, Spenser's description of, quoted,
- lines on his portrait, 257.

84.
- Mrs. Thrale's character of him, Luttrell, Simon, the “King of Hell,"
488.

174.
Jones, the Hutchinsonian, 294.

Lutwyche, Mrs., 314.
Jonson, Ben, his “ Alchemist,” 426. Lysons, Rev. Daniel, 3.
Jordan, Mrs., 361.

Lysons, Rev. Samuel, of Hempstead
" Junius, Letters of,” authorship of, Court, his collection of books
235, 467.

and MSS., 3, 289.
his denunciation of the Duke of letters from Mrs. Piozzi to, 80.
Grafton's devotion to Nancy Par - his collection of scraps, 118; his
sons quoted, 34.

death, 448.

Lysons family, notice of the, 289.
Kaleidoscope, Mrs. Piozzi like a, 411. Lyttelton, George Lord, cause of Dr.
Kean, Edmund, 374, 375.

Johnson's dislike for, 16, 52.
Keep, Mr., 211.

verses on his portrait, 252.
Keith, Admiral Lord, his marriage with the Lyttelton Ghost Story, 227.
Miss Thrale, 109.'

Lyttelton, Lady, 231.
Keith, Lady. See Thrale, Miss.
Kemble, Charles, 356, 378.

Macaulay, Lord, his opinion of Boswell
Kemble, John, 442.

as a biographer, 2.
Killaloe, Bishop of, 15.

- and of the value of the Piozzi pa-
Knight, Cornelia, 378.

pers, 2.

his description of the inmates of
Lade, Lady, 174, 177.

Johnson's house quoted, 11.
Johnson's remarks on, 45.

his remarks on Croker's Boswell's
- her conversation with Johnson “Johnson," 21.
about her son, 46.

his account of Mrs. Piozzi's second
Lade, Sir John, account of, 46.

marriage, and of Dr. Johnson's
- Johnson's answer to, 46.

banishment from Streatham, 86.
- Dr. Johnson's verses addressed to, Malone, Mr., and the Ireland forgeries,
135.

298.
caricature of, 388.

Malone, Mr., his remarks on Dr. John-
Lambert, Mrs., 106.

son's rudeness, 95.

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Maltzan, Count, 231.

| North, Mr. Dudley, Dr. Johnson's char-
Mann, Sir Horace, at Florence, 129. l acter of, 91. "
Manucci, Count, 114, 195.

Norton, Sir Fletcher, 232.
Mant, his verses, 455.

-- verses on, 232.
Marie Antoinette, Queen, note on her Nova Scotia, colonization of, 168.

first confinement, 224.
Marriage, Selden's remarks on, 301. Offey Place, 170.
McEvoy, Miss, 378, 403.

Omai, the 'Sandwich Islander, 116,
Maxwell's “ Collectanea," quoted, 16. 450.
“ Menagiana," quoted, 29.

Ombersley, Johnson's visit to, 51.
Merrick, quoted, 181.

“ On a Weeping Willow," &c., 285.
Merry, Mr., 330.

O'Neill, Miss, 414, 415, 447.
- his verses, to Mrs. Piozzi, 270. - compared with Mrs. Siddons, 414.
Milan, life at, 194.

Oratory, Johnson's declamation against
Milnes, Richard Monckto

action in, 29.
his translation of Johnson's Latin Ode Ord, Mrs., 61, 70, 107.
to Mrs. Thrale, 19.

Ossian, originality of, 417.
Milton's “ Paradise Lost," quoted, 401,
435, 452.

Paap, Simon, the dwarf, 398, 409.
Mitre Tavern, 31.

Parini, the Abbate, his impromptu on
Mongolfier and his balloon, 328.

Mongolfier's balloon, 328.
Monkton, Mrs. (afterwards Lady Cork) | Parish, Mr., and the Princess Talley-
and Dr. Johnson, 14.

rand, 340.
Montagu, Mrs., one of the founders of Parker, Dr., his complimentary verses

the Blue-Stocking Club, 14, N14, 213, to Mrs. Thrale, 223.
218.

Parr, Dr., his correspondence with Mrs.
- her " Essay on Shakespeare," 90. Piozzi, 108.
- Johnson's story of, 104.

Parry, Dr. C., 427, 429.
- Mrs. Piozzi's remarks on her con Parry, Sir E., 446.
duct, 107.

Parsees, the, 207.
Montcalm, hiş dying words, 242. Parsons, Mr., his verses to Venus, 190.
Moore, Archbishop, and the Duke of — and to Mrs. Piozzi, 191.
Marlborough, 244.

Pasquin and Cardinal Žanelli, 241.
Moore, Thomas, his “Journal,” quoted, Pasquinade on Bonaparte, 316.
137, 145, 273, note.

| Pelham, Mr., 244.
More, Miss Hannah, 15.

- Garrick's lines on, 244.
her remarks on the “ Tour to the Pennington, Mrs., 462, 473.
Hebrides," and "Anecdotes of Dr. - her letter to Miss Willoughby,
Johnson,'' 97, 101.

quoted, 146.
- her opinion of Dr. Johnson's Let- | Penrice, Sir Henry, 170.

ters to Mrs. Thrale, 113. | Penzance, Mrs. Piozzi at, 463.
Mostyn, Mrs., 79, 83, 303, 306, 398, 458. - life at, 464.
Mountedgecombe, Lord and Lady, 374. - climate of, 467.
Mount's Bay, 472.

Pepys, Mr. 61, 108.
Mulgrave, Lord, and Burke, 241.

Johnson's character of, 91.
Murphy, Mr., introduces Johnson into - Johnson's rudeness to, 65.
the family of Mr. Thrale, 6.

Pepys, Sir Lucas, 185, 207.
- lines on his portrait, 254.

Pepys, Sir William, 213.
- his song, “ Attend all ye fair,'' 325. | Perkins, Mr., 28, 108, 177, 202.
- his fidelity, 361.

- Mrs. Thrale's letters to, referred
- his portrait by Reynolds, 434, 439, to, 40.
442.

– and the print of Dr. Johnson, 43.
Musgrave, Sir R., 408.

purchases the brewery, 64.

Persians, the, in London, in 1818, 425.
Naldi, the singer, 71.

Pindar, Peter, his enumeration of Dr.
Naples, Mrs. Piozzi's notes on, 130. Johnson's favorite dishes, quoted, 9.
Nash, Beau, 211.

- his verses on Dr. Johnson and the
Nesbitt, Mrs., 174, 205.

whiskey at Inverary, 31.
Nicholson, Miss, 74, 80, 188, 480. -- his satire on Boswell and Mrs. Pi-
Nicholson, Peg, 231.

ozzi, quoted, 99.
Ninon de l'Enclos, 434.

Piozzi, Mrs., her moral character, 2.
North, Lord, 42."

-- value and attraction of her writ-
- his maxim quoted, 331.

ings, 2.

1

Piozzi, Mrs., list of the papers contained

in the present work, 2.
her “ Thraliana," 3.
- her marriage to Mr. Thrale, 6.
her first introduction to Dr. John-

son, 6.
her conversation, 26, 85, 109.
Johnson's verses and ode to her,

19, 20, 22.
year of her birth, 21.

her personal appearance, 22.
- her portrait by Roche, 24.
and by Sir Joshua Reynolds and

Hogarth, 24.
- her familiarity with the learned

and modern languages, 27, 31.
Johnson's opinion of her, 30.
her translations from Boethius, 31.
and her - Three Warnings," 31.
her fugitive pieces, 31.
popular estimate of her, 33.
her reception of Miss Burney at

Streatham, 34.
her trials and bereavements, 40.
her attention to business, 40.
her tour in Wales, 49.
her visit to her birthplace, 51.
Dr. Campbell's description of her,

57.
her feelings outraged by her hus-

band, 60.
- her account of a conversazione at

her house, 61.
-- death of Mr. Thrale, 62.

sale of the brewery, 64.
leaves her home at Streatham,

64.
her disagreement with Johnson,

Piozzi, Mrs., marriage of her eldest

'daughter, 110.
her “Letters to and from the late

Samuel Johnson, LL. D., 110.
Baretti's treatment of her, 114.
her remarks on Baretti's death,

115.
and on his character, 116.
the comedy of “ Thé Sentimental

Mother," 117.
her alarm at Mr. S. Lysons's col-

lection of scraps, 118.
her “ Observations and Re-

flections," 119.
criticisms on the work, 119.
her style, 119, 120.
Gifford's lines on her, 121.
quotations from her Travels, 122

et seq.
her “British Synonymy," 132.
her“ Retrospection," 135.
leaves Streatham for North Wales,

138.
description of her and her hus-

band, in 1808, 142.
death of Mr. Piozzi, 143.
their portraits, 143.
her way of life after his death,

143.
her fancy for W. A. Conway,

143.
her ball and supper on her eigh-

tieth birthday, 146.
her death, 146.
her will, 148.
her character, 152, 155.
her autobiographical memoirs,

161.
her domestic trials, 185.
her account of her second mar-

riage, 188.
her residence in Italy, 192.
her biographical anecdotes, 195.
Mr. Thrale's will, and account of

the sale of the brewery, 201.
account of Mr. Thrale's death,

207.
and of Dr. Collier, 209.
her marginal notes on the two vol-

umes of printed letters, 211.
her notes on Wraxall's 6 Memoirs

of my own Time," 224.
her original compositions in prose

and verse, 247.
- her letters, 289.
- extracts from “ Thraliana," 477.
Piozzi, Mr., 61.
- account of the commencement of

his acquaintance with Mrs.

Thrale, 69, 183.
his singing, 69, 70.
his marriage with Mrs. Thrale, 71,

188.

67.

-- commencement of her acquaint-

ance with Piozzi, 69, 183.
her marriage to Piozzi, 71, et seq.

visits Italy, 80.
--- was Johnson a suitor for her hand ?

81.
-- Miss Seward's account, 85.

Mrs. Piozzi's “ Anecdotes of Dr.

Johnson," 90.
her alleged inaccuracy, 90.
Peter Pindar's satire on her and

on Boswell, 99.
success of her " Anecdotes of

Dr. Johnson," 101.
- Walpole's opinion of it, 101.
- her return to, and reception in,

London, 105.
her domestic thoughts, 106.
her return to Streatham, 108.
her correspondence with Dr. Parr,

108.
names of the friends visiting or

corresponding with her, 108,
109.

Piozzi, Mr., Miss Williams Wynn's opin- | Rondeaux, Voiture's, 216.
ion of him, 83.

Rothes, Lady, 61.
- his personal appearance, 84, 85. | Rugby school and original painting,
- his prudent economy, 89.

438.
- his losses in Italy, 139.

Rumbold, Sir Thomas, epigram on, 243.
- his character, 141.

Rush, Mr, 177.
his death, 143, 199.

Ryder, Bishop of Gloucester, 403.
- account of him, 184.
Politeness, 35.

Sacchini, his singing, 69.
- Mrs. Thrale

Salisbury, Bishop of, 351.
- Dr. Johnson's, 39, note.

Salusbury, Miss Hester Lynch, her
Pope, Alexander, Johnson's Life of, 26. marriage to Mr. Thrale, 6. See

conversation at Streatham on his Piozzi.

“Universal Prayer," 26, 27. Salusbury, Mrs., her dislike to Dr.
- quoted, 120, 346.

Johnson, 7, 165.
- anecdote of, 125, 126.

Salusbury, Mr. (Mrs. Thrale's father),
- his letter to Martha Blount, 383. 50.
Porter, Miss, her “ Pastor's Fireside,” Salusbury, Sir John Salusbury Piozzi,
382.

notice of, 139, 140, 199, 382.
Pottinger, Johnson's retort to, 96. - Miss Wynn's anecdote of him,
“Piozziana," 23, note.

140.
- quoted, 21, 23, 24, note, 27, 59, Salusbury, Dr. Thomas, 170.
161.

Salusbury, Lady, 170.
Prior, Matthew, Dr. Johnson's opinion - her death, 171.
of, 25.

Sandwich, Lord and Lady, 236.

- his baboon, 237.
Queeny (Miss Thrale). See Thrale, Sandys, Lord, Johnson's visit to, 51.
Miss.

- Johnson's remark on, 104.
Quin, the actor, 167.

- verses on his portrait, 252.

Savage, Richard, his poverty and want,
Radcliffe, Dr., 438.
Ravase, the Abate, his verses to Mrs. | - his extravagance, 134.
Piozzi, 279.

Sayers, his print of “ Johnson's Ghost,"
Ray, Mrs., her school at Streatham, ! i18.
185, 196.

" Scaligerana,” 440.
Regent's Park, 393.

Scott, Sir Walter, 341, 342, 380.
“ Retrospection," &c., of Mrs. Piozzi, — his novels, 11, note, 422, 436.
135.

Schwellenberg, Mrs., 111, 112.
Revolution, French, effects of the, 124. Scrase, Mr., 177, 416.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, his conversations | Serpent worship, 440.

with Dr. Johnson, 14, 15. Seward, Mr., at Streatham Park, 35,
- his portrait of Mrs. Thrale, 24. 211.

excellence of his portraits, 253, / Seward, Miss, 108, 109.
note.

- her account of Mr. and Mrs.
- lines on his portrait, 254.

Piozzi quoted, 85.
Reynolds, Miss, her “ Recollections of and of Dr. Johnson's affection for
Dr. Johnson," quoted, 32.

Mrs. Thrale, 85, 86.
Rhuddlan Castle, visited by Johnson, her opinions of Dr. Johnson's
50.

letters to Mrs. Thrale, 114.
Rice, Mrs., 174, note.

- her remarks on Baretti's con-
Richardson, Samuel, 213.

duct, 115.
Roche, the miniature painter, his por- | - her criticism on Mrs. Piozzi's
trait of Mrs. Piozzi, 24.

travels, 119.
Rodney, Admiral, 227.

Shelburne, Lord, 231.
- his victory over De Grasse, 243. Shephard, Charles, 467.
Roffette, the Abbé, and Dr. Johnson, Sheridan, Thomas, 241.
53.

Siddons, 'Mrs., 197, 290, 291, 294, 303,
Romanism, 397.

393, 446, 464.
Rome, poverty of, 378.

letter from Sir James Fellowes to,
- an English church in, 399.

151.
Rogers, Samuel, 302, 451.

- her letter to Mrs. Piozzi, 151.
Rondeaux, Mrs. Thrale's verses on, in Aspasia's character, 354.
215.

Sieyes, the Abbé, and the Dauphin, 321.

Simson, Joe, story of, 220.

| Thrale, Mr., account of the rise of his
Sisera and Jael, 334.

father, 4, 5.
Sisterna, Prince of, 80.

his early life and education, 5, 6.
Snow, red, 429, 442.

his introduction to Johnson, 6.
Social verses, 283.

his visit to Johnson in Johnson's
“ Society, Ode to," 273.

Court, 7.
Sophia, the Electress, 169, note.

his personal appearance, 22.
Southcote, Joanna, 378.

Johnson's opinion of his learning,
Spelling, laws of, 'unfixed in the last 28.
century, 120.

Miss Burney's description of him,
Spencer, Hon. W., his verses, 347.

37.
“ Spenceiana,” 465.

his ill health and misfortunes, 40,
Squib, the auctioneer, 355.

41.
Staël, Madame de, her “ Delphine" and his intention of bringing Dr. John-
“ Corinne," 138.

son into Parliament, 42.
- her similarity to Mrs. Piozzi, 152, assisted by Johnson in his difficul-
153.

ties, 42.
- Byron's estimate of her, 155.

his embarrassments, 43.
Staker, Dr., 186.

his preference for Miss Sophia
Stanley, Blind, 215.

Streatfield to his wife, 60.
Stanley, Lady, 330.

his illness, 61.
Steamboats on the Thames, 394.

and death, 62.
Steevens, George, Esq., his veracity, 32. his introduction to Miss Salus-
Sterne, Laurence, his “ Tristram Shan bury, 172.
dy," 223.

his marriage, 174.
Stevens, Zenobia, story of, 315, 469.

his mode of life, 175.
Stonehenge, 220.

his imprudence, 176.
Story, a frightful, 268.

his connection with Humphrey
Stowell, Lord, on the proposal to bring Jackson, 176.
Dr. Johnson into Parliament, 42.

his pecuniary difficulties, 177.
Stratton, Mrs., 432.

- account of his will, and sale of the
Stratton, Miss, the actress, 415.

brewery, 201.
Streatfield, Miss Sophia, and Mr. Thrale, and of his last illness, 205.
60, 61, 477.

his death, 207.
– Mrs. Piozzi's account of her, 203, lines on his portrait, 255.
209, 477.

· his character as sketched by Mrs.
Streatham Park, Johnson at, 6, 18, 26, Piozzi, 263.
27, 36, 57.

- his mode of teaching swimming,
- Miss Burney's account of her first 451.
visit to, 34.

Thrale, Mr. Ralph, Johnson's account
- life at, 37, 57, 175.

of, 4.
Streatham Portraits, the, 251.

- true account, 5.
- verses on the, 252.

Thrale, Miss (afterwards Lady Keith),
Succession powder, 243.

48, 49, 51, 53, 64, 188, 360.
Swift, Dean, his epistle of Mary Gulli Miss Burney's description of her,
ver quoted, 30.

35.
- his fondness for fruit, 51, 52.

- her conduct on her mother's mar-
** Synonymy, British,” Mrs. Piozzi's, I riage, 78.
published, 132.

her filial affection, 79.
- extracts from, 494.

her marriage to Admiral Lord

Keith, 110.
Talleyrand, Prince, his remark on Mad- “ Thraliana,'' Johnson's letter to Mrs.
ame de Staël, 154.

Thrale respecting, quoted, 3.
“ Tatler," the, 234.

- its present possessor, 3. 162.
Taylor, Dr., 114.

- quoted, 46, 110, 115, 132, 139, 162,
Taylor, Mr. Watson, 434, 438, 439, 442. 178, 263, 420, 477.
“ Temple, Letters to," of Boswell, 2. Thornton, Mr. H., and Mrs. Thrale, 41.
Thackeray, Dr., 344.

Thurlow, Lord, anecdote of, 235
Thistlewood conspirators, 390.

Thynne, epitaph on, 275, note.
Thomas, Archdeacon, at Bath, 403. " Time

me, Death, and H. L. P.," 286.
Thrale, Mrs. See Piozzi, Mrs. | “ Tristram Shandy,” plagiarisms in, 223.
Thrale, Mr., introduction of Dr. John Trotti, the Marquis, i97.
son into his family, 4, 6.

Truth, Johnson's regard for, 91.

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