Richard C. Cole, Peter S. Baker, and Rachel McClellan (eds), The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell: Research Edition: Correspondence, Vol. 5: The General Correspondence of James Boswell, 1766–1769: Volume 1: 1766–1767

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This is a simplified index (a fully analysed index will accompany Volume II) of proper names and places, but includes a few subject headings (e.g. London, Edinburgh). Sovereigns and British royal families are entered under their first names, and all others under their surnames with cross-references to their titles. A hyphen between page numbers (e.g. Burnaby, 154–57) does not necessarily indicate continuous discussion, but just that Burnaby is mentioned on all four pages. The Introduction is only lightly indexed. The following abbreviations are used: D. (Duke), M. (Marquess), E. (Earl), V. (Viscount), B. (Baron), Bt. (Baronet), P. (Prince), C. (Comte, Count), W.S. (Writer to the Signet), JB (James Boswell), MM (Margaret Montgomerie Boswell), SJ (Samuel Johnson).

The index was compiled mainly by Rachel McClellan with the assistance of Heather Barkley, Jessica Branch, and Marion Wells. Richard Cole composed the Boswell entry.

Accademia Cyrnaea, 253–54
Account of Corsica, JB presents, to Academy of Corte, 178
Addison, Joseph, 239, Remarkson Italy, 104
Adie, Peter, Edinburgh surgeon, 76
Aesculapius, seal of, 205–06, 207, 211, 230–31
Agnew, Alexander, Judge Advocate, 35
Ainslie, George, of Pilton, later Bt., 94
Ainslie, John, of Newbottle, great-grandfather of preceding, 94
Ainslie, Robert, merchant in Bordeaux, son of George Ainslie, 93–94, 121, 123
Aitken, Rev. Edward, clergyman in Newcastle, 15, 50, 51, 184
Alderton, Maj. William, 55
Alembert, Jean d', mathematician and philosopher, 47, 52
Alemore, Lord. See Pringle, Andrew
Alexander, Robert, of Clermiston, 215
Almon, John, bookseller, Speeches [Douglas Cause], 192, 197–98, 201–02;
Parliamentary Register, 248–49
Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, 207, 211
Anderson, Janet, aunt of Janet Graham, 34
Anderson, William, writer in Edinburgh, 192, 197–98, 201
Anhalt, Count Friedrich von, 242–43
Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold III Friedrich Franz, P. of, 145–46
Anson, Thomas, of Shugborough Hall, M.P. for Lichfield, 176–77, 189, 199
Armstrong, John, M.D., Art of Preserving Health, 60;
A Day: An Epistle to John Wilkes, 103–04
Ashbury, Francis, naval officer, 154–55, 170–71
Askew, John, of Pallinsburn, 196, 199
Athlone, 5th E. of. See Reede-Ginckel, Frederik van
Auchinleck House, 85, 163
Bacon, Francis, 7, 8
Bagnall Clarke, Godfrey, M.P., 16
Balbi, Giuseppe, Vice-Consul in Leghorn, 32, 66, 123
Barbieri, Giovanni Francesco, painter, 162
Barclay, James, bailie, 161
Baretti, Giuseppe Marc'Antonio, critic and writer, 40, 86–87, 108–09, 111–13, 238–39, 249–50
Barrington, Daines, barrister, Observations on the Statutesfrom Magna Carta, 172–73
Barrington, William Wildman, 2nd V.
Barrington, 173
Beatson, Capt. William, seaman, 226–27, 248, 251
Béchameil, Madeleine, 22
Bell's Brewery, Edinburgh, 242, 244
Bellegarde, François-Eugène-Robert, C. de, 47, pg 27281, 115, 242–43
Bellevue, Clèves, country estate, 47
Bennet, Capt. William, naval officer, 263–65
Bennet, Rev. William, minister of Duddingston, 215
Besoyen, Maria Philippina Jacoba (Pieck) van, wife of following, 43
Besoyen, Daniel A. le Leu de Wilhelm de Bantousel, Heer van, 43
Bianconi, Sgr., Sienese gentleman, 257
Black, Joseph, chemist, 21
Blair, Catherine ('the Princess', 'the Heiress'), xxxix, xliii, 187, 204, 219, 247–48, 261
Boninton, Bonnington, Lady, 184–85
Bonnières, Adrien-Louis de, Comte de Guines, 186
Bosville family, history of, 56
Bosville, Charles, 264
Bosville, Diana (Wentworth), wife of Godfrey, 38, 172–73
Bosville, Elizabeth Diana ('Di'), dau. of following, 38, 54–55
Bosville, Godfrey, of Gunthwaite Hall, xxxv–xxxvi, 16, 24, 37–39, 44, 54–56, 172–73, 191, 234–35, 260, 263–66
Bosville, Julia, dau. of preceding, 38–39, 54, 172–73
Bosville, Robert, Constable of Pontefract Castle, 100
Bosville, Thomas, army officer, younger son of Godfrey, 55–56, 172–73
Bosville, Capt. William, bro. of preceding, 38–39, 54–55, 172–73, 264–65
Boswell, Alexander, Lord Auchinleck, xliii, xlvii, 5, 11–15, 17, 19, 21, 24–25, 27, 31;
suffers from strangury, 35; 53, 67, 84–85, 98, 106, 133, 144, 148–49, 163, 167–68;
his speech on Douglas Cause, 216–17; 221, 248, 261–62, 267
Boswell, Claud Irvine, of Balmuto, 17, 61, 71, 89, 96, 151
Boswell, David, 2nd Laird of Auchinleck, 102
Boswell, David, later Thomas David, bro. of JB, 15, 35, 63, 73, 76, 105–06, 168, 221, 252, 262–63
Boswell, Lady Elizabeth (Bruce), JB's grandmother, 129–130
Boswell, Euphemia (Erskine), 1st Lady Auchinleck, mother of JB, 4–5, 8, 11–12, 14
Boswell, James, 'Old James', grandfather of JB, 48–49
Boswell, James
General: and Corsica: campaign to get government support for, 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 31, 36, 64–66, 68–69, 107–08, 117–19, 139–40;
return from Grand Tour, 1, 3–5, 9–10, 12–13, 50;
death of mother, 6–15, 12–13, 18, 31, 45;
depression, 4, 73, 90, 132, 227–29;
and father, 12–14, 25, 34–35, 44–45, 53, 67, 91–92, 116, 149, 235;
and brothers, 15, 35, 50, 56, 61–62, 73, 105, 199, 221, 252;
values heart over head, 25;
in Moffat for waters, 27, 29–30, 33–35;
oddities of, 30, 104–05;
interest in genealogy, 42–43, 56, 100–02, 129;
courts Zélide, 46–47, 81, 114–16, 183, 186, 247;
suffers from malaria, 48–49, 75–76;
mistress of, 63, 66–67, and child by, 151, 156–57, 211–12, 217, 261–62;
venereal disease, 88–89, 144, 148, 191, 193, 196–97, 205, 209, 211, 230, 234, 257, 261–62;
and Douglas Cause, 125, 130–31, 181, 197–98, 216–17, 241, 243;
has stock of ideas, 132;
buys Dalblair, 147–49, 167–68, 245;
courts Catherine Blair, 187, 218–19, 228–29, 247–48, 255–57, 260–62
Law Practice: studying Scots law with father, 12–15, 17, 24, 29, 34–35, 42–43, 98–99;
admitted to Faculty of Advocates, 42–43, 45, 48–51, 76–77;
attitude towards law, 53;
criminal causes: James Haddow, 71–72, John Reid, 76, 79, 82–83, 86, 88, 93–96, 207, Garlieston rioters, 84–85, 133, 165–67, Robert Hay, 120–21, Stewarton rioters, 160–61, 164–65, Matthew Hay and John McClure, 171–75;
civil causes: Macdonells, 61–62, 162, Archibald Steel, 133, 150, James Gilkie, 134–35, Mackenzies, 137–38, Sir Alexander Dick, 141–43, 146–47;
success as advocate, 106, 118, 144, 151;
happiness as advocate, 108–39
Writings:
Account of Corsica, research for, 31–33, 64–70, 76–77, 94, 102, 110–13, 116–17, 122–27, 139, 152–55, 194–95, 231–32;
quoted, 32–33, 67, 70, 195, 231, 233, 239;
writing, 75, 78, 132, 139, 147, 172;
translations of, 92;
advertisements for, 101, 110–11, 226–27, describes to Lord Chatham, 139;
proof-reads, 213, revises, 216–17, 233–34
Collection of Original Poems by Scotch Gentlemen, vol. 2, 18, 102, 214
Critical Strictures on Elvira, 227
Disputatio Juridica Ad Tit. X. Lib. XXXIII. Pand. De Supellectile Legata, 39–40, 52–53, 57, 104–05
Dorando, A Spanish Tale, 16, 151, 158, 169, 188–89, 212, 229–30, 244–45
The Douglas Cause, 181
pg 273Essence of the Douglas Cause, 16, 204, 216–17, 260, 266–67
Letters Between the Honourable Andrew
Erskine and James Boswell, Esq., 18, 36, 120, 227
Letters of the Right Honourable Lady Jane Douglas, 16, 204, 208, 216
Newspaper articles: on Corsica, 16, 24, 94, 101, 155, 195, 208, on Douglas Cause, 16, 212, 225–26, 248, 252, on travelling, 258–59
Boswell, John, 3rd Laird of Auchinleck, 71
Boswell, John, M.D., bro. of Lord Auchinleck, 21, 43
Boswell, John, of Balmuto, father of Claud Boswell, 17
Boswell, Lt. John, bro. of JB, 15, 35, 56, 184, 199
Boswell, John, 'young Knockroon', writer in Ayr, 7071, 150
Boswell, Margaret (Montgomerie) (MM), xxxix, xlvii, 15, 17, 19, 81, 149, 165
Bourgeois, Lewis and David, perfumers, 124
Bristol, 15
Brown, Ann Elizabeth, dau. of Robert, 9, 10, 11516
Brown, Catharine (Kinloch), wife of Robert, 9, 10, 115
Brown, Charles, defender of James Haddow, 71
Brown, George, Lord Coalston, 17, 27, 165
Brown, James, law clerk to JB, bro. of William, 165, 166, 20304
Brown, Rev. Robert, 911, 11416, 24043
Brown, William, later Principal Aberdeen Univ., 10
Brown, William, writer in Kilmarnock, 161, 16465, 204
Brown, Rev. William, D.D., bro. of Robert, 240, 243
Bruce, Alexander, 2nd E. of Kincardine, JB's great-grandfather, 12, 129
Bruce, Charles, glazier in Edinburgh, 79
Bruce, Lady Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Bruce, wife of 'Old James', 12, 49, 130
Bruce, Robert, Lord Kennet, 133–35
Bruce, Veronica (van Aerssen), C. of Kincardine, wife of 2nd E., 12, 129–30
Buccleuch, 2nd D. of. See Scott, Francis
Buchan, 10th E. of. See Erskine, Henry David
Buchanan, George, Scots historian and poet, 57–58;
Franciscanus et Fratres, 102
Burchard, Cuno, Baron von Pless, 85
Burke, Edmund, statesman, his estate at Gregories, 149
Burnaby, Rev. Andrew, chargé d'affaires, Leghorn, 101, 122, 158–59, 174, 222, 230–31, 240, 245–46;
Journal of a Tour to Corsica, 65–66, 68, 194–95
Burnett, Alexander, secretary to Sir Andrew Mitchell, 145–46
Burnett, James, Lord Monboddo, 150–51, 235, 267–68
Burney, Fanny, 82
Bute, 3rd. E. of. See Stuart, John
Buttafoco, Col. Matteo, Corsican soldier, 22, 24
Butter, Henry, factor of Clunie estates, 62, 162
Butter, William, physician, 200–01
Butterfield, John, felon, 121
Buxton, Derbyshire, 55–56
Cairncross v. Heatly, 93–94
Cairncross, Hugh, mason in Galashiels, 94
Cairncross, William, 94
Caithness, 9th E. of. See Sinclair, William
Calas, Jean, trial of, and aftermath, 21
Calvin, John, 137
Campbell, James, of Treesbank, 15
Campbell, Jean (or Jane), cousin of Lord Auchinleck. See Reid, Jean
Campbell, John, Present State of Europe, 32
Capraia, Corsica, 122–23, 126–27, 147, 159–60, 175, 194–95, 211
Capuchins at Corte, Corsica, 121, 123
Cardross, Lord. See Erskine, David Steuart
Carmontelle, Louis, engraver, 21
Carruthers, Christopher, friend of JB and Johnston, 34
Cass, David, 135–36, 159
Castillon, J. F. Salvemini de, mathematician in Utrecht, 9–11
Cebes, Table of, 205–06
Cervantes, Don Quixote, 149
Chais, Rev. Charles, Swiss theologian, 19–21
Chalmer, John Muir, W.S., 146, 150
Chalmers, John, of Bonnyton or Bonnington, 184
Chambers, Sir William, architect, 41
Champgrand, J. F. Goury de, mapmaker, 32
Chandler, Samuel, Life of King David, 38
Charles Edward, Prince, 'Young Pretender', 24, 27, 61, 94, 162–63
Charles III, King of Naples, 124
Charles, Prince, Gov.-Gen. of Pays-Bas, 116
Charlotte, Queen of George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland, 82
Charray, François, clerk, foreign affairs office, Versailles, 73, 229–30
Charrière, Charles-Emmanuel de, husband of Belle de Zuylen, 47
Chasteler et de Courcelles, Marquis de, 116
Chatham, E. of. See Pitt, William
Chetwynd, William Richard, 3rd V. Chetwynd, 264–65
Chiesley, Rev. John, 214–15
Choiseul, Etienne-François, Duc de, 246
Churchill, Charles, Rosciad, 58
Chéron de Boismorand, Claude-Jean, 8
Cicero, Cato Maior, De Senectute, 12–13
Clarke, Samuel, printer, 258
Cleriheugh, tavern keeper, Edinburgh, 95
pg 274Clive, Robert, B. Clive of Plassey, ('Nabob Clive'), 159, 217–18
Clomfort, ?farmer, 96–97
Clyde-Forth Canal, 141–42, 163–64
Coalston, Lord. See Brown, George
Cocchi, Raimondo, antiquarian and writer, 222, 245–46
Cochrane, Archibald, Lord Cochrane, inventor, later 9th E. of Dundonald, 220–21
Cochrane, Basil, bro. of 8th E. of Dundonald, JB's great uncle, 16–17, 22, 26–27, 45, 56–57, 167–68, 198–99
Cochrane, Euphemia, JB's grandmother, 74
Cochrane, Lady Grizel, dau. of 8th E. of Dundonald, 33, 180–81
Cochrane, Thomas, 8th E. of Dundonald, bro. of JB's grandmother, 98–99, 220–21
Cochrane, William, 1st E. of Dundonald, 99
Cochrane, William, partner in Coutts' London bank, 32
Cole, Charles Nalson, lawyer, 232, 251
Cologne, Latin Gazettes of, 114–15
Coltellini, Marco, publisher and librettist, 32
Colvill, Rev. Robert, poet, 214–15
Colvill, Walter, baker, 214–15
Colville, Alexander, 7th Lord Colville, 44
Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de, 229
Constable Burton, Yorkshire, 233–34
Constable, George, writer in Edinburgh, 242, 244
Conway, Lt.-Gen. Henry Seymour, 2
Corbett, Charles, the younger, bookseller, 208
Cornaro, Luigi, 75–76, Discorsi della vita sobria, 76
Corsica: xxxvi-xxxvii, 1763 Proclamation, 1;
climate, daily life, 8;
Corte, Univ. of, 32;
Paoli's Manifesto of 1767, 117–18
Coutts, John, and Co., bankers, 15
Covington, Lord. See Lockhart, Alexander
Craufurd, George, son of following, 115
Craufurd, James, merchant in Rotterdam, 28, 114, 243
Craufurd, James, son of preceding, 28, 115
Craufurd, Patrick, son of James, 28, 115, 240, 243
Craufurd, Patrick, of Auchenames, M.P., bro. of James the elder, 28
Crawford, 19th E. of. See Lindsay, John
Crawford, James, merchant in Dundee, 89–90
Crocchi, Pietro, Abate, 4–5, 156–57, 256–57
Croker, John Wilson, 109
Cullen, William, M.D., F.R.S., 29–30, 252
Culross Abbey, Fife, 180–81
Cummyng, James, herald-painter, 215–16
Cuninghame, Sir David, of Corsehill, 15, 161
Cunningham, Sir John, of Caprington, Bt., 78–79
Cunningham, Sir William, of Caprington, Bt., father of Sir Alexander Dick, 59, 79
Currie, James, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 160–61
Currie, Jean, witness, 167
Dalblair, Auchinleck estate, 147, 149, 167–68, 186
Dalmahoy, estate near Edinburgh, 209–10
Dalrymple, Sir David, Lord Hailes, 199–200, 205–06, 215–16, 233–34
Dance, James. See Love, James
Dance-Holland, Nathaniel, painter, 152
Darfield, Yorkshire, Bosville family estate, 99
Davel, Theodore, Neapolitan merchant, 123–24
Davenport, Richard, from Derbyshire, 52, 73, 148, 218–19
Davies, Susannah (Yarrow), wife of Thomas, 58, 111
Deffand, Mme. du, 47, 92
Degenfeld-Schomburg, Friedrich Christoph, C. von, 42–43, 46
Degenfeld-Schomburg, Louise Susannah, C. von, wife of preceding, 43, 47
DeLeyre, Alexandre, 5–9, 73, 90–93, 191, 227–30;
Analyse de la philosophie deBacon, 9
Deleyre, Caroline-Alexandrine (Loiseau) 7–8
Dempster, George, M.P., 11, 15, 16, 18, 33, 54, 63, 70, 89, 101–02, 226, 236–37
Denis, Marie-Louise (Mignot), niece of Voltaire, 132–33
Denis, Nicholas-Charles, husband of preceding, 133
Despine, Joseph, Savoyard, 154
Dick, family of, xxxviii-xxxix, 93–94
Dick, Sir Alexander, of Prestonfield, Bt., xxxviii, xlv–xlvi, 58–60, 70, 74–76, 78–79, 95–96, and Clyde-Forth Canal, 141–42, 147;
dispute over Duddingston Loch, 141–43;
family by second wife, 147; 160, 163–64, 175–76, 189–90, 199201, 204–07;
and Orkney claim/debt, 209–10, 213–16; 235, 243, 247
Dick, Andrew, of West Newton, son of Louis Dick, 123
Dick, Andrew, grandfather of John Dick, 189–90
Dick, Sir Andrew, of Craighouse, 190, 210, 213
Dick, Anne (Bragg), wife of John Dick, 33, 66, 69, 110, 230, 246–47
Dick, Anne, younger dau. of Sir Alexander's 1st marriage, 147
Dick, Sir James, of Prestonfield, grandfather of Sir Alexander, 59, 79, 123
Dick, Janet, dau. of Sir James Dick, 123
Dick, Janet, elder dau. of Sir Alexander's 1st marriage, 58–59, 147, 209
Dick, John, son of Sir Alexander's 2nd marriage, 163–64
Dick, Sir John, British Consul in Leghorn, pg 275xxxviii–xxxix, 5, 18, 22, 28, 31, 36, 63, 66, 68, 76–77, 94, 109–10, 113, in England for a year, 117, 121, 125, 147, 158–60, 163;
in London, 169, 173, 175–76, 181–82, 186, 189–91;
in Durham and Newcastle, 196, 198;
'male family Head', 200, 203–04, 215, 230–31, 246–48
Dick, Lewis (or Louis), son of Sir Andrew Dick of Craighouse, 189–190, 213
Dick, Lewis (or Louis), son of Sir Wm. Dick of Braid, 69, 123, 189–190
Dick, (Mary Butler), Lady, 2nd wife of Sir Alexander Dick, 59, 147, 230
Dick, Sir William, of Braid, xxxviii, 69–70, 94, 123, 190, 209–10, 214, 246
Dick, William, son of Sir Alexander, 93–94
Dilly, Charles, bookseller, bro. of following, xxxvii–xxxviii, 58, 111, 197
Dilly, Edward, bookseller, xxxvi–xxxviii, 58, 111, 184, to publish Corsica, 187–88, 191–93, 196–98, 201–02, 207–08; 219, 225–27, 231, 234, 236–37, 247, 248–49, 251–52, 255, 257–59
Dodds, Mrs. JB's mistress, 57, 63, 66, 212, 261–62
Donaldson, Alexander, bookseller, 22, 105, Original Poems ByScotch Gentlemen, 223–24
Donaldson, John, bookseller, 104–05
Douglas, Archibald James Edward Douglas, 1st B., 149
Douglas, Archibald Douglas, 1st D. of Douglas, 70–71
Douglas, Catherine, niece of Sir Alexander Dick, 148, 200–01, 209
Douglas, Charles, 3rd D. of Queensberry, Lord Justice General, 72, 266–67
Douglas, Heron, and Co. (Ayr Bank), 30
Douglas, James, 13th E. of Morton, astronomer and architect, 210
Douglas, Janet, niece of Sir Alexander Dick, 148, 200–01, 209
Douglas, Margaret, Dowager Duchess of Douglas, 70–72, 267
Douglas, Sir Robert, of Glenbervie and Ardit, Bt., 216
Douglas, William, 1st M. of Douglas, 72
Douglas, William, 8th E. of Morton, 209
Douglas Cause, 72, 149, 181, 197–98, 224, 241, 243, 245, 251–52, 264, 267, Almon and Anderson editions of speeches, 216–17
Drongan, Ayrshire, 85
Drummond, Andrew, and Co., bankers in Charing Cross, 123, 169–70, 175–76, 182, 231
Drummond, John, son of Andrew Drummond, 123
Drummond, William, bookseller, 168–69
Duddingston Loch, 75
Dudley, Sir Robert, agriculturalist, 32–33
Dun, Elizabeth, dau. of John Dun, 97
Dun, Isabella, sis. of preceding, 97
Dun, Rev. John, minister of Auchinleck parish, 13, 14, 33, 44, 48, 84, 96–97
Dun, Mary (Wilson), wife of preceding, 12, 13
Dunbar, James, 214
Duncan, Capt. Adam, naval officer, 149
Duncan, Henrietta (Dundas), wife of preceding, 149
Duncan, James, burgess of Moffat, 97
Dundas, Henry, later V. Melville, 237
Dundas, Jean (Grant), wife of Robert Dundas, 148
Dundas, Sir Lawrence, Bt., M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme, 209–10
Dundas, Robert, Lord President of the Court of Session, 95–96, 134, 143–44, 148–49
Dundonald, E. of. See Cochrane, Thomas
Dunk, George Montagu, E. of Halifax, 176–78
Dunlop, John, 165
Dunsinnan, Lord. See Nairne, William
Dupont, Rev. Pierre Loumeau, Huguenot minister in Edinburgh, 19–22, 134–37
Dupré de Sainte-Maur, Nicolas-François, 8
Dutens, Louis, on Grand Tour, 30
Duyn, Adam François van der, son of Heer van Maasdam, Dutch cavalry officer, 43
Duyn, Willem Hendrik van der, bro. of preceding, 43
Echlin, Sir Henry, Bt., 103–104
Edinburgh: Prestonfield House, 59, 79, 93, 182, 200–01;
Arthur's Seat; 59, 78–79,
Bell's Brewery, 242, 244;
Brucehill (Belmont), 78–79;
Clermiston, 78–79;
Corstorphine, 78–79;
Court of Session, 94;
North Loch, New Town, 95–96;
Star and Garter Tavern, 95;
Tolbooth, 115;
Theatre Royal, 179–80, 262–63;
The Cross, 181;
Peter Ramsay's Red Lyon Inn, 196, 199–200, 204;
Pinkie House, 199;
Mundell's School, 215
Edwards, Richard, Vice-Consul, Leghorn, 151, 159, 180, 259–60
Eglinton, 10th E. of. See Montgomerie, Alexander
Eglinton, 11 E. of. See Montgomerie, Archibald
Elibank, Lord. See Murray, Alexander
Eliott, George Augustus, General, 115–16
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, Lord Minto, 19, 21, 142–43
Ellis, Henry, explorer, 113
Elphinstone sisters, 218–19
Elphinstone, Charles, 10th Lord Elphinstone, 218
Elphinstone, Clementina (Fleming), Lady, wife of preceding, 212–13, 218
Elphinstone, George Keith, naval officer, 217–19
Elphinstone, William Fullerton, East India Sea Service, 217–19
Erasmus, 57
pg 276Erskine, Alexander, 5th E. of Kellie, 18
Erskine, Hon. Andrew, son of preceding, 18, 26, 33, 120, 223–24
Erskine, David Steuart, Lord Cardross, later 11th E. of Buchan, 1, 3, 37, 109, 138, 140, 236
Erskine, Euphemia (Cochrane), JB's grandmother, 159
Erskine, Henry David, 10th E. of Buchan, 37
Erskine, John, 7th E. of Mar, 1
Eskgrove, Lord. See Rae, David
Esplins, Mr., ?postal clerk, 162
Falconer, Anthony Adrian, 7th Lord Falconer, 245
Farquhar, Alexander, of Gilmillscroft, 133
Fauconnerie, Nicolas de Catinat de la, marshal of France, 67–68
Favart, Charles-Simon, playwright, 241, 243
Ferdinand, Don, Prince of Parma, 228–29
Ferguson, James, younger of Pitfour, 77, 122–23, 160, 175–76, 189, 190, 206–07
Fergusson, Sir Adam, of Kilkerran, Bt., 131
Fergusson, Alexander, of Caitlock, 93
Fergusson, Joseph, tutor to Boswell children, 26, 68, 98–99
Ferney, France, 132–33
Fitzherbert, William, M.P. for Derby, 148
Fleming, Robert, printer in Edinburgh, 237
Flexney, William, bookseller, 36, 226–27
Foley, Robert-Ralph, banker in Paris, 25–26, 106
Forbes, Duncan, surgeon, 261–62
Forbes, George, woollen draper, 144–45
Fordyce, Rev. George, 215
Fordyce, Rev. James, D.D., Scottish divine, 225–27
Fort William, 62
Foulis, Robert and Andrew, printers in Glasgow, 58, 110–11, 151, 169, 187–88, 192, 196–98, 201–02, 203–04, 251–52
Fraser, Alexander, Lord Strichen, 60, 200
Frazer, George, in the excise, 15, 17, 142–43
Frederick II, King of Prussia ('the Great'), 24–25, 39, 55, 245
Freeman, Robert, publisher, 38
Froment, Denis-Daniel de, Sardinian army officer, 145–46
Froment, Emet-Ulla, Mme. de, wife of preceding, 145–46, 169, 185, 211–12, 217–19, 244–45
Fullarton, William, ('the nabob'), 187, 247–48
Garden, Francis, Lord Gardenstone, 141–43
Garlieston rioters, 84–85, 133, 165–67
Garrick, David, Cymon, 41, 111
Gayot, Mme., wife of Félix-Louis, 104
Gayot, François-Marie, Royal Praetor of Strasbourg, 102
Gayot, Félix-Louis, son of preceding, 102
Geelvinck, Catharina Elisabeth (Hasselaer), 115–16
Geneva, 8
Gentleman, Francis, 23, 40, 101, 178–80, Royal Fables, 23;
Characters, 41;
Oroonoko, 180
George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland, 40–41, 73, 175–76
Gili, l'Abate, secretary to Paoli, 69–70
Gilkie v. Wallace, 150
Gilkie, James, ?writer in Edinburgh, 134–35
Goldsmith, Oliver, 57–58;
The Traveller, 238–39;
The Good Natured Man, 250
Gondi, François-Paul de, Cardinal de Retz, 75–76
Gordon, mail carrier, 74
Gordon, Alexander, Customs officer, 171–72
Gordon, Rev. John, Principal of College for Scots Catholics, 26–27
Gorkum, Holland, 42–43
Graffigni, headmaster of Norlands Academy, 137
Graham, James, 1st M. of Montrose, 75–76
Graham, Janet, poet, 33–34
Graham, John, burgess of Moffat, 98
Graham, Margaret, sis. of Janet, 34
Graham, Nicol, of Gartmore, 21
Graham, William, of Gartmore, son of preceding, 21, 85
Graham, William, of Shaw, Dumfriesshire, 27, 34, 68
Gray, Thomas, poet, 1
Gregories, Burke's estate, 149
Grimaldi da Campoloro, Leonardo, mapmaker, 32
Grimm, Friedrich Melchior von, journalist and critic, and subscription for Calas, 21
Guiffardière, Charles de, French reader to Queen Charlotte, 81–82
Guines, Comte de. See Bonnières, Adrien-Louis de
Gunthwaite Hall, Yorkshire, 39
Haddow, James, 71
Haddow, James, son of preceding, felon, 71, 76
Hailes, Lord. See Dalrymple, Sir David, Bt.
Halifax, E. of. See Dunk, George Montagu
Hamilton, Lord Archibald, son of 5th D. of Hamilton, 223–24
Hamilton, James George Hamilton, 6th D. of, 149
Hamilton, James, 8th E. of Abercorn, 75, 142
Hamilton, John, of Sundrum, 49–50, 179–80
Harpe, Jean-François de la, Le Comte de Warwik, 241, 243
Harris, William, merchant in Ayr, 171–72
Hawke, Edward, army officer, 263–65
Hawker, Edmund, naval officer, 124
Hay, Matthew, farmer, 171–72, 174–75
Hay, Robert, accused of assault, 120–21
Hayes Place, Chatham's estate, 2
pg 277Heatly, William, in Cairncross v. Heatly, 94
Hennert, Johan Frederik, Professor of Mathematics, Utrecht, 9–10
Herculanium, 'Villa of the Papyri', 124
Heron, Jean (Home-Drummond), dau. of Lord Kames, wife of following, 30
Heron, Patrick, of Kirroughtree, 29–30
Herries and Co., bankers, 123–24
Herries, Robert, partner in Coutts' London bank, 32
Hervey, Rev. Frederick Augustus, later 4th E. of Bristol, 65–66, 113
History of the Man after God's Own Heart, 37–38
Holdford, James, British consul in Genoa, 32, 113
Holstein, Christian Frederik, B. of, 242–43
Home, Agatha (Drummond), wife of Lord Kames, 27, 29
Home, George, of Blair Drummond, son of following, 30
Home, Henry, Lord Kames, 29, 209
Hoole, John, translator, Metastasio, 152
Horace: Epistles, 73, 105;
Odes, 92;
Satires, 109, 143
Howard, Frederick, 5th E. of Carlisle, 50
Huet, Daniel-Théodore, 81–82
Hume, David, 8, 41, 46–47, 51–52, 73, 91–93, 96–97, 101, 132, 136–37, 218–19;
History of England, 80–82
Hunter, James, M.D., 29–30, 35
Hunter, Mrs. James, wife of preceding, 29, 35, 68
Inverwidden, Macdonell farm, 62
Irving, William, of Bonshaw, 200–01
Isleworth, Surrey, 40–41
Jafar, Mir, nawab, 218
James Francis Edward Stuart, 'Old Pretender', 163
Jaussin, Louis-Amand, Mémoires historiques, 62, 113
Jenour, Matthew, publisher, 135–36
Jesuits, expelled from Spain, 163–64, 176–77, 190, 194–95, 211
Johnson, Samuel (SJ), xl, 40, 53, 57–58, 68, 84, his degrees, 110–11; 169, 178, 249–50, Dictionary, 114;
Idler, 152
Johnston, Archibald, 68
Johnston, Daniel, 88–89
Johnston, John, of Grange, 13, 21, 33–34, 43, 98, 113
Johnstoun, John, writer in Glasgow, 79, 82–83, 86
Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, 129
Kames, Lady. See Home, Agatha
Kames, Lord. See Home, Henry
Kay, John, portaitist, 150–51
Keith, Alexander, of Dunottar and Ravelston, W.S., antiquarian, 145, 211–12, 217–18, 245
Keith, George, 10th E. Marischal of Scotland, xl, xlvi, 24–25, 47, 57, 67–68, 124–25, 144–46, 169–70, 185–86, 203, 211–12, 217–19, 231, 244–45, 268
Keith, Margaret (Dick), wife of following, 79
Keith, Robert, 'Ambassador' Keith, 79
Kellie, 5th E. of. See Erskine, Alexander
Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, 146
Kincardine, 2nd E. of. See Bruce, Alexander
Kinloch, Lt. Archibald Gordon, son of following, 114–15, 151, 182–83, 241
Kinloch, David, of Gilmerton, 115, 151
Kinloch, Francis, son of preceding, 115
Kinloch, Sir James, Bt., expatriate, 10
Kinloch, Marguerite Susanne, dau. of preceding, 10, 115
Kircheisen, Caroline, 92
Kitchin, Thomas, mapmaker, 188
La Trappe, Cistercian monastery, Normandy, 229
Labadie, Jean, leader of Labadist sect, 130
Laidlaw, Robert, 83
Lascelles, Edwin, 235
Le Vasseur, Marie-Thérèse, mistress of Rousseau, 6, 8, 14, 51–52, 54
Lee, John, actor, 262–63
LeJay, Guy Michel, polyglot Bible, 137
Leoni, Francesco, gunsmith, 28
Leyden Gazette, 122–23
Leven, 6th E. of. See Melville, David
Linder, Mr., tutor to Willem von Spaen, 46–47
Lindsay, John, 19th E. of Crawford, 60
Little, Elizabeth, wife of following, 98
Little, James, vintner, 97–98
Lockhart, Alexander, Lord Covington, 50–51
Logan, Hugh, 'Laird of Logan', 85
London: 'The London Season', 192
Buildings and Institutions: Drury Lane Theatre, 23, 111, 250, Covent Garden Theatre, 250, King's Theatre, Haymarket, 250;
Beefsteak Club, 25, the Temple, 99, Westminster School, 38
Churches and Chapels: Portland Chapel, 87
Taverns, Coffee-houses: Prince of Orange, 86–87
Streets and Squares: Gt. Russell St., 38, 99, 235, Queen Anne St., 87, Haymarket, 124, 250, St. James's Park, 130, Grosvenor Sq., 223–24;
Portman Sq., 223–24
Miscellaneous: Kensington, 137, Chelsea, 155
Lord Chancellor. See Pratt, Charles
Lord President. See Dundas, Robert
Louis XV, King of France, 104, 127
Love, Mrs. James (née Hooper), 23
Love, James, actor and theatre manager, 23, 40–41, 152
Lowth, Martha, dau. of Robert, 60
Lowth, Mary, wife of following, 59–60
pg 278Lowth, Robert, D.D., prebendary of Durham Cathedral, 59–60, 239
Lowth, Robert, son of preceding, 60
Lowther, Sir James, later 1st E. of Lonsdale, 234–35
Lumisden, Andrew, secretary to Pretenders, 162–63
Maasdam, Aarnout Joost, B. van der Duyn, Heer van, Dutch general, 42–43
Maasdam, Anna Margaretha (van Aerssen), B. van der Duyn, wife of preceding, 43
Maasdam children, 42–44
Macaulay, Catharine Sawbridge, historian, 230–31, 236, 239
Macdonald, Lady, wife of following. See Bosville, Elizabeth Diana
Macdonald, Sir Alexander, of Sleat, Bt., later 1st B. 100, 235
Macdonald, Jessie, of Keppoch, 2nd wife of following, 61
Macdonell, Alexander, Highlander, 61, 162
Macdonell, Ranald, bro. of preceding, Jacobite, 61, 162
Macfarlane, Lady Elizabeth (Erskine), dau. of 5th E. of Kellie, 44, 45, 51, 56, 120, 181
Mackenzie, Sir Alexander, of Gairloch, 137–38
Mackenzie, Hector, Mackenzie v. Mackenzie, 138
Mackenzie, Hon. James Stuart, bro. of 3rd E. of Bute, 266–67
Mackenzie, Roderick, of Redcastle, 137–38
Mackintosh, Aeneas (Angus), 22nd Chief of Clan Chattan, 161–62
Mackintosh, Anne (Lady Mackintosh), wife of preceding, 161–62
Mackintosh, Grisel, 1st wife of Alexander Macdonnell, 61
Mackintosh, Robert, of Ashintully, advocate, 237
MacLeod, Bannatyne, 83
MacLeod, Norman, of MacLeod, 22nd Chief of Clan MacLeod, 234–35
Maconochie, Alexander, writer in Edinburgh, 260, 266–68
Macpherson, Donald, of Breakachy, 145
Macpherson, Duncan, bro. of Lauchlan, 145
Macpherson, Duncan, son of following, 62
Macpherson, Evan, of Clunie (or Cluny), 62, 162
Macpherson, James, Fingal; Works of Ossian, 79
Macpherson, Lauchlan, son of Donald, of Breakachy, 144–45
Macpherson, Rev. Robert, 62, 162
Maillebois, Jean-Baptiste-François Desmarets, Seigneur de, 20–22
Maillebois (Marie-Emmanuelle d'Algère), Madame la Maréchale de, widow of preceding, 20, 22
Maitland, ?David, naval officer, 170–71
Maitland, Rev. James, 165–66
Malton, Yorkshire, 23
Mann, Sir Horace, Bt., 129
Mansfield, 5th E. of. See Murray, William
Mante, Thomas, British/French double agent, 40–41
Maria Frederica, B. van Reede-Ginckel, 80–81
Maria Louisa, Grand Duchess of Tuscany, 129
Maria Theresa, Empress of Austria, 39
Maria of Braganza, Portuguese Infanta, 24
Maryburgh, 62
Massesi, Giuseppe Maria, Paoli's secretary; assassin, 195
Maurice, Antoine, Professor of Theology at Geneva, 136–37
Maurice, Antoine, the younger, succeeded father, 136–37
Maxwell, Beatrix, 36
Mazerac, François, valet to JB, 9–10, 240, 243
McClure, David, of Shawwood, conspirator, 171–72, 173–75
McClure, John, bro. of preceding, conspirator, 171, 174–75
MoClure, James, ?Ayrshire smuggler, 175
McDonald, James, army officer, 155
McMurtrie, John, tide-waiter (customs officer), 171–72
McQuhae, Rev. William, tutor to Boswell sons, 44, 48, 70
Meason (or Mason), Gilbert, Edinburgh merchant, 240, 243
Melville, David, 6th E. of Leven and 5th E. of Melville, 259
Meynell, Hugo, M.P. for Lichfield, 264–65
Mickle, William Julius, translator and writer, 179–80
Miller, Thomas, of Barskimming, Lord Justice Clerk, 19, 21, 71–72
Milton, John, Paradise Lost, 7, 8
Mitchell, Alexander, of Hallglenmuir, 186–87
Mitchell, Sir Andrew, Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, 119, 145–46
Moffat, Dumfriesshire, 27, 29–30
Monboddo, Lord. See Burnett, James
Monnet, Jean, director of the Opéra-Comique, Paris, 41
Montagu, Edward Wortley, husband of following, 56
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, mother of Lady Bute, 56
Montgomerie, Margaret. See Boswell, Margaret (Montgomerie) (MM)
Montgomerie, Alexander, 10th E. of Eglinton, 11, 15
Montgomerie, Hon. Archibald, later 11th E. of Eglinton, 225–26, 236–37
Montgomerie, David, of Lainshaw, father of MM, 15
Montgomerie, James, bro. of MM, cousin of JB, 15, 36
pg 279Montgomerie, Jean (Maxwell), wife of preceding, 15, 36
Montgcmerie, Mary, sis. of MM, later 2nd wife of James Campbell of Treesbank, 14, 15, 18, 19, 181
Montgomerie, Veronica (Boswell), sis. of Lord Auchinleck, mother of MM, 15
Montgomerie-Cuninghame, Capt. Alexander, 15, 160–61, 165
Montgomerie-Cuninghame, Elizabeth, wife of preceding, 15, 181, 220
Montgomerie-Cuninghame, Sir Walter, of Lainshaw, Bt., 15, 165
Montgomery, James, Lord Advocate, 71–72, 82–83, 171–72, 174–75
Morton, 8th E. of. See Douglas, William
Morton, 13th E. of. See Douglas, James
Morton, Andrew, stonemason, 44
Morton, Hugh, stonemason, 44, 48
Mountstuart, Lord. See Stuart, John
Moy Hall, Inverness-shire, 162
Muir, George, writer's clerk, 125, 130–31
Mure, William, of Caldwell, M.P., agricultural improver, 136–37, 213
Murphy, Arthur, playwright, School for Guardians, 110–11
Murray, Alexander, 4th Lord Elibank, 224
Murray, Hon. James, son of preceding, 223–24
Murray, Patrick, advocate depute, 71
Murray, William, M.P., later 5th E. of Mansfield, 267
Nairne, William, later Lord Dunsinnan, 166–67
Nani, Monsieur, of Bruxelles, 36
Napier, Hon. Charles, 77
Napier, Francis, 5th Lord Napier, 77
Nassau, Louise Susanna, C. van. See Degenfeld-Schomburg, Louise Susanna
Neill, Adam, printer in Edinburgh, 258
Newall, Adam Craufurd, of Polquhairn, 34
Newall, John, of Barskeoch, 34
Newhall, Yorkshire, Bosville estate, 99
North, Frederick, styled Lord North, later 2nd E. of Guilford, 233
Northumberland, 1st D. of. See Smithson, Hugh
Norton, Sir Fletcher, Attorney-General, 235
Nottingham, description of, 172–73
Nugent, Thomas, Travels Through Germany, 237
Offley, John, M.P. for Bedford, 196
Orford, 4th E. of. See Walpole, Horace
Ogilvie, Capt. James, ship's master, 212–13
Ogilvy (Ogilvie), Alexander, merchant in Leith, 240, 243
Oglethorpe, Gen. James Edward, 47
O'Hara, James, 2nd B. Tyrawley, Field Marshal, 55, 264–65
Orr, Alexander, W.S., legal agent, 184
Oswald, James Townshend, son of following, 30
Oswald, James, of Dunnikier, M.P., 30, 142–43
Oswald, Richard, London merchant, 44–45
Paoli, Giacinto, father of following, 69–70
Paoli, Pasquale, Corsican, General of the Nation, 1, 2, 5, 23, 31, 33, 68–70, 74, 75–77, 94, 101, 107–08, 110–111, 113, 116, 117, 126–28, 132, 139–40, 153, 160, 169, 177, and Code of Laws for Corsica, 185;
and assassination attempts on, 194–95, 205;
captures Capraia, 211; 222, 230, 246, 255,
Paris, François, 136–37
Parliament, House of Lords, 93–94
Parma, 8, 73
Paterson, William, writer and Town Clerk, Kilmarnock, 165
Paultons, estate of Hans Stanley, 176–77, 182
Percy, Algernon, son of Hugh Percy, 1st. D. of Northumberland, 29–30
Percy, Thomas, Bp. of Dromore, ed., Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 239
Peter Leopold, Great Duke of Tuscany, 129
Peterson, Henry, bookkeeper in Utrecht, 9, 10, 115
Philip, King of Macedon, anecdote about, 13
Phinn, Thomas, engraver, 32, 52–53, 188
Piaggi, Padre Antonio, S.J., 123–24
Piccolomini, Girolama ('Moma'), wife of following, 3, 16, 127–28, 205, 239, 255–257
Piccolomini, Orazio, 4, 257
Pieck, Willem Hendrik. See Zoelen
Pieck, Anne Francis Willem. See Zoelen
Piranesi, Giovanni Battista, engraver, 162–63
Pitt, William, 1st E. of Chatham, 1–3, 31–32, 36, 63–64, 66, 69, 75–76, 106–07, 117, 138–40, 153, 236
Placidi, Placido, from Siena, 156–57
Pless, B. von. See Burchard, Cuno
Plutarch, 75–76
Poiret, Pierre, mystic, 130
Pomey, François-Antoine, The Pantheon, ('Tooke's Pantheon'), 240, 243
Pope, Alexander, Essay on Man, 103–04
Porter, Lucy, stepdaughter of SJ, 238–39
Portici, Museum of, 124
Poussin, Nicolas, painter, 205–06
Pratt, Charles, B. Camden, later 1st E., Lord Chancellor, 179, 266–67
Preston, Agnes, dau. of following, 74
Preston (Anne Cochrane), Lady, wife of following, 70, 74
Preston, Sir George, of Valleyfield, Bt., 74, 159
Preston, Patrick, son of preceding, East India Co., 136, 158–59, 220–21
Pringle, Andrew, Lord Alemore, 235
Pringle, Sir John, Bt., M.D., P.R.S., xliii, xlv, xlvii, 16, 31, 34–35, 41, 81, 101, 106, 110, 118–19, 260–62
Pérez, C. Jean-Baptiste de, 109–10
pg 280Queensberry, 3rd D. of. See Douglas, Charles
Rabaut, Paul, Protestant pastor, 22
Rabelais, François, Gargantua, 135, 137
Racine, Louis, Life of Milton, 8
Rae, David, Lord Eskgrove, 143
Rambonnet, Jean-Jacques, 81–82
Ramsay, Allan, poet, 79
Ramsay, John, of Ochtertyre, 151
Ramsay, Peter, innkeeper, Red Lyon Inn, 196, 199–200, 204
Ramsay, Robert, M.D., 54
Reede-Ginckel, Frederik van, 5th E. of Athlone, 81
Reid, Benjamin, son of John Reid, 83
Reid, Rev. George, Lord Auchinleck's tutor, 44–45, 48,
Reid, Janet, wife of John Reid, 83
Reid, Jean or Jane (Campbell), wife of Rev. George, 44
Reid, Janet, dau. of following, 83
Reid, John, sheepstealer, 82–83, 88, 93, 95, 146
Reni, Guido, painter, 163
Reyburn, Robert, bonnet-maker, 164–65
Reynst, Jean Lucas, Dutch army officer, 46–47
Richardson, Rev. Robert, D.D., 241, 243
Richardson, William, bookseller, 248–49, 251
Richmond, Surrey, 41
Rivarola, Count Antonio, Sardinian chargé d'affaires, 5, 23, 31, 36, 64–66, 68, 94, 116, 125, 152–54
Rochead of Inverleith, family of, 215–16
Rochefoucauld de Roye, Jean-Baptiste-Louis-Frédéric de la, 21–22
Rochefoucauld, Marie-Louise-Nicole de la, Duchesse d'Anville, 20–22
Ross, David, manager, Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, 262–63
Rostini, Abbé Carlo, Paoli's treasurer, 194–95
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 6, 8, 13–14, 22, 24–25, 41, 46–47, 49, 51–52, 73, 91–93, 96–97, 128, 146, 148, 185, 218–19, 257;
Emile, 8;
Lettres écrites de la montagne, 8;
Second Discourse, 73
Rowand, John, gaoler, 88
Rutherford, Robert, merchant in Leghorn, 190
Salmon, Thomas, New Geographical and Historical Grammar, 240, 243
Sansedoni, Giovanni Ambrogio, 157
Sansedoni, Porzia, wife of preceding, 156–57
Santi, Captain, in Leghorn, 36, 68, 181
Sardinia, King of, 127
Savile, Sir George, Bt., 235
Schoepflin, Jean-Daniel, historiographer, Historia Zoeringo-Badensis, 103–04
Schoonhaven, Holland, 43
Schouwen, Schelde estuary, 43
Scott, Francis, 2nd D. of Buccleuch, 223–24
Scott, Magdalen (Le Mercier), 2nd wife of William Scott, 19–21, 136–37
Scott, Magdalen, dau. of preceding, 19–21, 136
Scott, Robert, M.D. and apothecary, 223–24
Seton, Elizabeth, of Touch, 219
Seton, Hugh, of Touch, son of Charles Smith, 218–19
Sharp, Samuel, Letters, 249–50
Siena, Italy, 3–5
Sinclair, William, of Ratter, later 10th E. of Caithness, 200–01
Smith, Rev. Andrew, 16
Smith, Charles, Scots merchant and Jacobite agent, 217–18
Smith, James, writer in Edinburgh, JB's schoolfellow, 18, 63
Smith, John, horse buyer, 133
Smith, John, of Drongan, 85
Smith, Mungo, of Drongan, son of preceding, 84–85
Smith, Rev. Thomas, 183–84
Smith v. Steel, 150
Smithson, Hugh, 1st D. of Northumberland, 99
Smollett, Tobias, 195
Sommelsdyck, Cornelius, Heer van (d. 1662), 130
Sommelsdyck, Everdina Petronella, wife of following, 11, 12, 42
Sommelsdyck, François Cornelius van Aerssen, Heer van, 11, 12, 17, 26, 42–44, 129–30, 191
Sommelsdyck, François Johan, son of preceding, 11–12
Sommelsdyck, Lucia (van Waltha) (d. 1664), wife of Cornelius, Heer van, 130
Sommelsdyck, Petronella (Borre) van Aerssen, Vrouwe van (b. 1578), 130
Spaen, Alexander Sweder, B. von Spaen, 47
Spaen, Elisabeth Agnes Jacoba, B. von, wife of preceding, 18, 45–47, 134
Spaen, Willem Anne, son of B. von Spaen, Dutch official, 47
Sparta, i.e., Corsica, 121–23
Spence, Rev. Joseph, anecdotist and writer, 58–60, 75
Spencer, John, of Cannon Hall, Cawthorne, 55, 264
Stanley, Hans, M.P. for Southampton, 176–77, 182
Steel, Archibald, cause of Steel v. Smith, 13
Stefanopoli, Dr., 77
Stephen and Renny, merchants in Hamburg, 169–70, 185
Steuart, Sir James, Bt., later Steuart-Denham, advocate and economist, 212–13, 219–20
Stewart, Archibald, merchant in Rotterdam, 54, 63, 89–90, 191
Stewart, Sir Michael, of Blackhall, Bt., 90
Stewarton rioters, 160–61, 164–65
Stobie, John, factor, 70, 221
Strafford, 2nd E. of. See Wentworth, William
pg 281Strange, Isabella, wife of following, 163
Strange, Robert, engraver, 125, 162, 206
Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, estate of Horace Walpole, 172–73
Strichen, Lord. See Fraser, Alexander
Stuart, Charlotte Jane (Windsor), V. Mountstuart, 105
Stuart, Jean, C. of Dundonald, 2nd wife of 9th E., 220–21
Stuart, John, Lord Mountstuart, later 4th E and 1st M. of Bute, 13–14, 30–31, 36, 39–40, 52–53, 88, 102, 104–05
Stuart, John, 3rd E. of Bute, Prime Minister, 14, 137
Stuart, Mary (Wortley-Montagu), C. of Bute, wife of 3rd E. of Bute, 55–56
Sulivan, Laurence, M.P., director, East India Company, 159
Symonds, John, historian 1, 194–95, 231–32, 251
Tait, Alexander, W.S., 141, 143
Tait, John, W.S., 131, 137
Talbot, William, 1st E. Talbot, Steward of Royal Household, 100
Temple, Rev. William Johnson, 3, 30, 64, 132, 234
Theodore, King of Corsica, 153–54, 248–49, 251
Thomson, James, poet, The Castle of Indolence, 59–60
Thorpe Hall, Yorkshire, 39
Thrale, Hester Lynch (Salusbury), later Mrs. Piozzi, 239, 249–50
Thurlow, Edward, barrister, later B. Thurlow, and Lord Chancellor, 266–67
Tissot, Simon-André, M.D., 82
Tod, Capt. George, shipmaster, 28
Trotz, Christian Heinrich, Professor of Law, Utrecht, 10–11
Tullochrom, Inverness-shire, 61
Tyrawley, 2nd B. See O'Hara, James
Urquhart, Sir Thomas, translator of Rabelais, 137
Valleyfield, Fife, 74, 220
Van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Diederik Jacob. See Zuylen, Heer van
Van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Diederik, ('Ditie'), bro. of following, 81, 116
Van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Isabella Agneta Elisabeth. See Zuylen, Belle de (Zélide)
Van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Vincent Maximilaan, bro. of preceding, 116
Van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Willem, bro. of Belle de Zuylen, 74, 79, 81, 115–16
Vasco, Padre Pio Clemente, Dominican, 8
Vernet, Jean-Jacob, Swiss theologian, 241, 243
Villegas, Gen. de, Dutch general, 43
Virgil: Aeneid, iv, 144;
Eclogues, 75;
Georgics, 75, 169
Voltaire, 24–25, 131–32, 219, Sentiment des citoyens, 8;
Tancrède, 241, 243
Walker, Rev. John, botanist, 209
Walkinshaw, Clementina, 27
Wallace, William, writer, 134
Wallace, William, of Cairnhill, advocate, 62
Walpole, Horace, later 4th E. of Orford, 129, 172–73
Ward, Julia (Bosville), V. Dudley and Ward, 39, 54
Ward, William, 3rd V. Dudley and Ward, 39
Wargemont, Chevalier de, 132
Waters, George, bro. of following, 27
Waters, John, JB's banker in Paris, 5, 27, 156–57
Wemyss, Lady Catherine (Lindsay), wife of following, 60
Wemyss, John, Lt.-Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 60
Wentworth families, 55
Wentworth, Annabella, sis. of Sir Thomas, 38, 56, 99, 172–73
Wentworth, John, Governor of New Hampshire, 99–100
Wentworth, Sir Thomas, bro. of Diana Bosville, 38, 54, 99, 172–73
Wentworth, William, 2nd E. of Strafford, 55
Westphalia, Treaty of, 107–08
Whitworth, Richard, aspiring M.P., 264–65
Widdrington, John, merchant in Newcastle, 205, 207, 211
Wilkes, John, 5, 25–26, 100
Wilkie, John, publisher of Lond. Chron., 16, 24, 63–64, 75, 100, 101, 151, 158, 169, 249, 251
Willem V, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 11–12, 43, 242, 244
Willison, George, portrait of JB, 101–02
Windram, James, JB's client, 135–36, 159
Windsor, Herbert Hickman Windsor, V., 105
Wishart, William Thomas, 10
Witherspoon, John, President of Princeton College, 131
Woburn Abbey, seat of D. of Bedford, 172–3
Wood, Adam, London merchant, 62–63
Wood, John, bookbinder and bookseller, 227
Woodfall, Henry Sampson, editor of Pub. Adv., 217, 249, 251
Wooton, Staffordshire, 148
Woulfe, George, nephew of John Waters, 27
Woulfe, Laurent, bro. of preceding, 27
Wright, Sir James, Resident at Venice, 232
Wyvill, Edward, father of following, 209–11
Wyvill, Rev. Christopher, Parliamentary reformer, 209–10, 220, 233–4
York Buildings Co., 145–46
Yvon, Pierre, Labadist leader, 130
Zoelen, Anne Frans Willem Pieck, Heer van, Dutch wastrel, 43–44
pg 282Zoelen, Willem Hendrik Pieck, Heer van, 43
Zoelen children, 43
Zuylen, Belle de, dau. of following, 47, 81, 114, 116, 186, 240–44, 247
Zuylen, Diederik Jacob van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Heer van, 26, 81, 115, 244
Zuylen, Helena Jacoba (de Vicq) van, wife of preceding, 80–81
Zélide. See Zuylen, Belle de
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