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Samuel Johnson

(1709—1784) author and lexicographer


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'Samuel Johnson' can also refer to...

887a. Bath. Th. 25 Sept. '83. From Mrs. Thrale. Address: To Dr Samuel Johnson. Harvard.—

379a. Southwark. W. 1 Mar. ⟨'75⟩. From Mrs. Thrale to J at Oxford. Address: To Samuel Johnson Esqr at Oxford. Postmark: 2 MR. Franked by HT. R 539.36—

283a. Southwark. W. 4 Nov. (misdated Oct.) ⟨'72⟩. From Mrs. Thrale. Address: To Mr Samuel Johnson at Ashbourne Derbys. Postmark: 5 NO. Franked by HT. R 539.5.—

393a. Streatham. Sa. 20 May ⟨'75⟩. From Mrs. Thrale. Address: To Doctor Samuel Johnson Johnson's Court Fleet Street. Postmark: illegible. R 539.40—

742a. Streatham. Su. 21 Oct. ⟨'81⟩. From Mrs. Thrale to J at Lichfield. Address: Doctor Samuel Johnson at Mrs Lucy Porter's Lichfield. Postmark: 22 OC. R 540. 103—

Abyssinia's Samuel Johnson

The Authoritative Samuel Johnson

311.1b. F. ⟨? 11 June '73.⟩ From Mrs. Thrale. Address: Doctor Samuel Johnson. R 538.6.—1788, No. 72.

741b. Streatham. Th. 18 Oct. '81. From Mrs. Thrale to J at Lichfield Address: Doctor Samuel Johnson at Mrs Lucy Porter's Lichfield. Postmarks: PENNY POST PAID and 19 OC. R 540. 102—

A Biographer at Work: Samuel Johnson's Notes for the ‘Life of Pope’

Boothby, Hill (1708-1756), friend of Samuel Johnson

Boswell, James (1740-1795), lawyer, diarist, and biographer of Samuel Johnson

Crawford, Samuel Johnson

Crawford, Samuel Johnson (1835 - 1913), State Governors, Union Army Officers

49.2. ⟨? Dec. '53⟩. Samuel Richardson. Address: to Mr Richardson. Hodgson Jan. 1927.—Endorsed (by SR?) ‘Mr Johnson on some of the first of Sir Charles Grandison’.

The Decision of Samuel Johnson

Dr Samuel Johnson (1709–84)

Elphinstone [née Thrale], Hester Maria, Viscountess Keith (1764-1857), protégée of Samuel Johnson

Epitaph on Dr. Samuel Johnson

112.1. F. 10 Feb. '58. Jacob Tonson. Address: To Jacob Tonson Esqr. Lichfield.—Athenaeum 11 Sept. 1909; Bicentenary of the Birth of Samuel Johnson 1909, 30.

90. F. ⟨? Th. 19 Feb. '56⟩. ⟨Samuel Richardson⟩. Adam. Endorsed (by S.R.) ‘Mr. S. Johnson Arrested Tuesday 19 Febr. 1756’.-Corresp. of S.R. 1804, v. 285.

Freya Johnston and Lynda Mugglestone, Samuel Johnson: The Arc of the Pendulum

Greg Clingham and Philip Smallwood (eds), Samuel Johnson after 300 Years.

HAYNES, Samuel Johnson (1852 - 1932), practising as a barrister, solicitor and notary public at Albany, Western Australia; Vice-Consul for Sweden

Howard D. Weinbrot, Aspects of Samuel Johnson: Essays on His Arts, Mind, Afterlife, and Politics.

Hugh Samuel Johnson (1882—1942)

J. C. D. Clark. Samuel Johnson: Literature, Religion and English Cultural Politics from the Restoration to Romanticism. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Pp. xiv, 270. Cloth $49.95, paper $17.95

J. D. Fleeman and his Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson

Jack Lynch and Anne McDermott, Anniversary Essays on Johnson's Dictionary. Pp. xi + 245. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2005. £45.00 (ISBN 0 521 84844 X).Samuel Johnson, Samuel Johnson's Unpublished Revisions to the Dictionary of the English Language. A Facsmile Edition, ed. Allen Reddick. Pp. xxix + facsimile. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh: Cambridge University Press, 2005. £100.00 (ISBN 0 521 84470 3).

John Cannon. Samuel Johnson and the Politics of Hanoverian England. New York: Clarendon Press of Oxford University Press. 1994. Pp. vii, 326. $59.00

 

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(1709–84),

English lexicographer and author, in 1775 was employed by the ministers in power to write a tract, Taxation No Tyranny, in answer to the resolutions and addresses of the ...

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