The Works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 05 Miscellaneous Pieces
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 05 Miscellaneous Pieces

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  • THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D.
  • MDCCCXXV.
  • CONTENTS OF THE FIFTH VOLUME.
  • THE PLAN OF AN ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
    • MY LORD,
  • PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
    • ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FOURTH EDITION OF THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY[1].
    • PREFACE TO THE OCTAVO EDITION OF THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY[1].
    • MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS ON THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH:
      • NOTE I.
      • NOTE III.
      • NOTE IV.
      • NOTE V.
      • NOTE VI.
      • NOTE VII.
      • NOTE VIII.
      • NOTE IX.
      • NOTE X.
      • NOTE XI.
      • NOTE XII.
      • NOTE XIII.
      • NOTE XIV.
      • NOTE XV.
      • NOTE XVI.
      • NOTE XVII.
      • NOTE XVIII.
      • NOTE XIX.
      • NOTE XX.
      • NOTE XXI.
      • NOTE XXII.
      • NOTE XXIII.
      • NOTE XXIV.
      • NOTE XXV.
      • NOTE XXVI.
      • NOTE XXVII.
      • NOTE XXVIII.
      • NOTE XXIX
      • NOTE XXX.
      • NOTE XXXI.
      • NOTE XXXII.
      • NOTE XXXIII.
      • NOTE XXXIV.
      • NOTE XXXV.
      • NOTE XXXVI.
      • NOTE XXXVII.
      • NOTE XXXVIII.
      • NOTE XXXIX.
      • NOTE XL.
      • NOTE XLI.
      • NOTE XLII.
      • NOTE XLIII.
      • NOTE XLIV.
      • NOTE XLV.
      • NOTE XLVI.
    • NOTE I.
    • NOTE III.
    • NOTE IV.
    • NOTE V.
    • NOTE VI.
    • NOTE VII.
    • NOTE VIII.
    • NOTE IX.
    • NOTE X.
    • NOTE XI.
    • NOTE XII.
    • NOTE XIII.
    • NOTE XIV.
    • NOTE XV.
    • NOTE XVI.
    • NOTE XVII.
    • NOTE XVIII.
    • NOTE XIX.
    • NOTE XX.
    • NOTE XXI.
    • NOTE XXII.
    • NOTE XXIII.
    • NOTE XXIV.
    • NOTE XXV.
    • NOTE XXVI.
    • NOTE XXVII.
    • NOTE XXVIII.
    • NOTE XXIX
    • NOTE XXX.
    • NOTE XXXI.
    • NOTE XXXII.
    • NOTE XXXIII.
    • NOTE XXXIV.
    • NOTE XXXV.
    • NOTE XXXVI.
    • NOTE XXXVII.
    • NOTE XXXVIII.
    • NOTE XXXIX.
    • NOTE XL.
    • NOTE XLI.
    • NOTE XLII.
    • NOTE XLIII.
    • NOTE XLIV.
    • NOTE XLV.
    • NOTE XLVI.
    • PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING THE DRAMATICK WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.
  • PREFACE TO SHAKESPEARE.
  • GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE.
    • TEMPEST.
      • TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA.
      • MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.
      • MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
      • LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.
      • MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM.
      • MERCHANT OF VENICE.
      • AS YOU LIKE IT.
      • TAMING OF THE SHREW.
      • ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
      • TWELFTH NIGHT.
      • WINTER'S TALE.
      • MACBETH.
      • KING JOHN.
      • KING RICHARD II.
      • KING HENRY IV. PART II.
      • KING HENRY V.
      • KING HENRY VI. PART I.
      • KING HENRY VI. PART III.
      • KING RICHARD III.
      • KING HENRY VIII.
      • CORIOLANUS.
      • JULIUS CAESAR.
      • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.
      • TIMON OF ATHENS.
      • TITUS ANDRONICUS.
      • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
      • CYMBELINE.
      • KING LEAR.
      • ROMEO AND JULIET.
      • HAMLET.
      • OTHELLO.
    • TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA.
    • MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.
    • MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
    • LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.
    • MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM.
    • MERCHANT OF VENICE.
    • AS YOU LIKE IT.
    • TAMING OF THE SHREW.
    • ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
    • TWELFTH NIGHT.
    • WINTER'S TALE.
    • MACBETH.
    • KING JOHN.
    • KING RICHARD II.
    • KING HENRY IV. PART II.
    • KING HENRY V.
    • KING HENRY VI. PART I.
    • KING HENRY VI. PART III.
    • KING RICHARD III.
    • KING HENRY VIII.
    • CORIOLANUS.
    • JULIUS CAESAR.
    • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.
    • TIMON OF ATHENS.
    • TITUS ANDRONICUS.
    • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
    • CYMBELINE.
    • KING LEAR.
    • ROMEO AND JULIET.
    • HAMLET.
    • OTHELLO.
  • AN ACCOUNT OF THE HARLEIAN LIBRARY.
  • AN ESSAY ON THE ORIGIN AND IMPORTANCE OF SMALL TRACTS AND FUGITIVE PIECES.
  • PREFACE TO THE CATALOGUE OF THE HARLEIAN LIBRARY, VOL. III.
  • A VIEW OF THE CONTROVERSY BETWEEN MONS. CROUSAZ AND MR. WARBURTON, ON THE SUBJECT OF MR. POPE'S ESSAY ON MAN,
  • PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE TO THE LONDON CHRONICLE,
  • INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD DISPLAYED[1].
  • THE PREFACE TO THE PRECEPTOR, CONTAINING A GENERAL PLAN OF EDUCATION[1]
  • PREFACE TO ROLT'S DICTIONARY[1].
  • PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF FATHER LOBO'S VOYAGE TO ABYSSINIA[1].
  • PREFACE TO AN ESSAY[1] ON MILTON'S USE AND IMITATION OF THE MODERNS IN HIS PARADISE LOST.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
  • A LETTER TO THE REVEREND MR. DOUGLAS, OCCASIONED BY HIS VINDICATION OF MILTON.
  • TO THE REVEREND MR. DOUGLAS.
    • PASSAGES INTERPOLATED IN MASENIUS.
      • PASSAGES INTERPOLATED IN GROTIUS.
      • INTERPOLATION IN RAMSAY.
      • INTERPOLATIONS IN STAPHORSTIUS.
      • INTERPOLATION IN FOX.
      • INTERPOLATION IN QUINTIANUS.
      • INTERPOLATION IN BEZA.
      • INTERPOLATION IN FLETCHER.
      • INTERPOLATIONS IN TAUBMAN.
    • PASSAGES INTERPOLATED IN GROTIUS.
    • INTERPOLATION IN RAMSAY.
    • INTERPOLATIONS IN STAPHORSTIUS.
    • INTERPOLATION IN FOX.
    • INTERPOLATION IN QUINTIANUS.
    • INTERPOLATION IN BEZA.
    • INTERPOLATION IN FLETCHER.
    • INTERPOLATIONS IN TAUBMAN.
  • TESTIMONIES CONCERNING MR. LAUDER.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
  • AN ACCOUNT OF AN ATTEMPT TO ASCERTAIN THE LONGITUDE[1].
  • CONSIDERATIONS ON THE PLANS OFFERED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE.
    • LETTER I.
      • LETTER II.
      • LETTER III.
    • LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
  • SOME THOUGHTS ON AGRICULTURE, BOTH ANCIENT AND MODERN,
  • CONSIDERATION ON THE CORN LAWS[1].
  • A COMPLETE VINDICATION OF THE LICENSERS OF THE STAGE, FROM THE MALICIOUS AND SCANDALOUS ASPERSIONS OF MR. BROOKE, AUTHOR OF GUSTAVUS VASA; WITH A PROPOSAL FOR MAKING THE OFFICE OF LICENSER MORE EXTENSIVE AND EFFECTUAL.
  • PREFACE TO THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,
  • AN APPEAL TO THE PUBLICK.
  • LETTER ON FIREWORKS.[1]
  • PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING, BY SUBSCRIPTION, ESSAYS IN VERSE AND PROSE.
  • A PROJECT FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF AUTHORS.[1]
  • PREFACE TO THE LITERARY MAGAZINE, 1756.
  • A DISSERTATION UPON THE GREEK COMEDY, TRANSLATED FROM BRUMOY[1].
    • 12. TRAGEDY MORE UNIFORM THAN COMEDY.
  • GENERAL CONCLUSION TO BRUMOY'S GREEK THEATRE.
  • DEDICATIONS.
  • PREFACE TO NEW TABLES OF INTEREST:
  • THOUGHTS ON THE CORONATION OF HIS PRESENT MAJESTY, KING GEORGE THE THIRD;
  • PREFACE TO THE ARTISTS' CATALOGUE, FOR 1762.
  • OPINIONS ON QUESTIONS OF LAW.
    • CONSIDERATIONS ON THE CASE OF DR. T[RAPP]'S SERMONS.
    • ON SCHOOL CHASTISEMENT.
    • VITIOUS INTROMISSION.
    • ON LAY PATRONAGE IN THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.
    • ON PULPIT CENSURE.
  • END OF VOL. V.
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