Life of Johnson, Volume 6

Life of Johnson, Volume 6
Addenda, Index, Dicta Philosophi, &c.

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, printed for J. Walker, London, 1785; Prayers and Meditations composed by Samuel Johnson, second edition, London, 1785; Rasselas, edited by the Rev. W. West, London, 1869; Works, edited by Sir John Hawkins, 13 vols. (the last two vols. by the Rev. Percival Stockdale), London, 1787-9: vol. xi. contains a collection of Johnson's _Apophthegms; Works_, 9 vols.; Parliamentary Debates, 2 vols. (11 vols. in all), Oxford, 1825.

Johnsoniana, published by John Murray, London, 1836.

JOHNSTONE, John. See PARR, Samuel.

JONES, Sir William. See TEIGNMOUTH, Lord.

JONSON, Ben, Works, 7 vols., London, 1756.

KAMES, Lord (Henry Home), Sketches of the History of Man, 4 vols., Edinburgh, 1788.

KING, Dr. William, Principal of St. Mary Hall,_ Anecdotes of His Own Times_, London, 1819.

KING, William, Archbishop of Dublin, Essay on the Origin of Evil, edited by Bishop Law, 1781.

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