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  1. James Boswell (1740-1795): The Scottish Perspective by Roger Craik, 1996-09
  2. The conversations of Dr. Johnson, selected from the ""Life"" by James Boswell; edited by R. W. Postgate by James (1740-1795) Boswell, 1930
  3. Boswell's life of Johnson. Edited with an introduction by Mowbray Morris. The Globe edition. by James (1740-1795) Boswell, 1898-01-01
  4. Boswell's London journal, 1762-3; prepared for the press with introduction and notes by Frederick A. Pottle, with a preface by Christopher Morley by James (1740-1795) Boswell, 1950
  5. Collecting and recollecting James Boswell, 1740-1795: A bicentenary exhibition from the collections of Yale University and Four Oaks Farm
  6. Collecting and Recollecting James Boswell, 1740-1795 by William Zachs, Mary Eccles, 1995-09-12
  7. Collecting and Recollecting James Boswell 1740-1795. A Bicentenary Exhibition from the Collectors of Yale University and Four Oaks Farm. by James] Grolier Club. [BOSWELL, 1995
  8. COLLECTING AND RECOLLECTING JAMES BOSWELL 1740-1795. by none stated, 1995-01-01
  9. Johnsoniana: by John Wilson Croker 1780-1857 comp Boswell James 1740-1795. Life of Samuel Johnson, 1842-12-31
  10. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D. Comprehending an account of his studies and numerous works, in chronological order; A series of his epistolary correspondence and conversations with many eminent persons; and various original pieces of his composition, never before published: The whole exhibiting a view of literature and literary men in Great-Britain, for near half a century, during which he flourished. In Three Volumes. The second edition, revised and augmented. by James (1740-1795). BOSWELL, 1793-01-01
  11. Boswellïÿýs London journal, 1762-3; prepared for the press with introduction and notes by Frederick A. Pottle, with a preface by Christopher Morley by James (1740-1795) Boswell, 1950-01-01
  12. Boswellïÿýs Journal of a tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D., now first published from the original manuscript; prepared for the press, with preface and notes, by Frederick A. Pottle and Charles H. Bennett by James (1740-1795) Boswell, 1936-01-01
  13. The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, with Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. by James (1740-1795) BOSWELL, 1807-01-01
  14. The Journal Of A Tour To The Hebrides, With Samuel Johnson, Ll.d. By James Boswell, .. by Boswell James 1740-1795, 2010-09-30

1. James Boswell
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3. Journal Of A Tour To The Hebrides With Samuel Johnson, LL. D., 1773.
Author Boswell, James, 17401795. Published New York McGraw-Hill, c1961 Edition New ed., with additional notes by Frederick A. Pottle.

4. Records For Boswell, James, 1740-1795. Boswell Condensed. (in
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5. Project Gutenberg Titles By Boswell, James, 1740-1795
Boswell, James, 17401795. Boswell's Life of Johnson (Volume I 1709-1765) Boswell's Life of Johnson (Volume II 1765-1776)

6. Boswell On The Grand Tour (in VSCCAT)
Author Boswell, James, 17401795. Pottle, Frederick Albert, 1897- Published New York McGraw-Hill, c1953. Edition 1st ed. Subject

7. The Journals Of James Boswell, 1762-1795 (in VSCCAT)
Uniform title Selections. 1991 Author Boswell, James, 17401795. Wain, John. Published New Haven Yale University Press, 1991. Subject

8. Boswell's Life Of Johnson Including Their Tour To The Hebrides .
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9. MSN Encarta - James Boswell
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James Boswell (17401795). Scottish lawyer, essayist, known for his two-volumebiography THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D (1791), published seven years
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback James Boswell (1740-1795) Scottish lawyer, essayist, known for his two-volume biography THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D (1791), published seven years after the death of its subject. Boswell met Samuel Johnson in May 1763 in Davies's London bookshop and the two became fast friends. He recorded in detail Johnson's words and activities in a relatively short period. Later the historian Thomas Macaulay (1800-1859) called Boswell's worship of Dr. Johnson " Lues Boswelliana , or disease of admiration." "We cannot tell the precise moment when a friendship is formed. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over; so in a series of kindness there is at last one which makes the heart run over." (from Life of Johnson James Boswell was born in Edinburgh the son of Alexander Boswell, Lord Auchinleck, who was a judge in the supreme courts of Scotland. Boswell's mother, Euphemia Erskine, was descended from a minor branch of Scottish royalty. His family had had for two-and-a-half centuries as its seat the estate of Auchinleck in Ayrshire. Near the new mansion were the ruins of the Old Castle, which he eagerly showed to Johnson and other friends. Much of his life Boswell was plagued by his mother's suffocating Calvinism and his father's coldness. In one of his journals Boswell wrote: "I do not recollect having had any other valuable principle impressed upon me by my father except a strict regard for truth, which he impressed upon my mind by a hearty beating at an early age when I lied, and then talking of the

12. Samuel Johnson
on James Boswell s (17401795) biography The Life of Samuel Johnson LL. In 1763 he the young Scot James Boswell, who became later his biographer and
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) - Byname Dr. Johnson English poet, essayist, critic, journalist, lexicographer, conversationalist, regarded as one of the outstanding figures of 18th-century life and letters. Johnson's literary reputation is part dependent on James Boswell's (1740-1795) biography The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D . (1791). The writer Ford Madox Ford has considered Johnson the most tragic figures of English literature, "whose still living writings are always ignored, a great honest man who will remain forever a figure of half fun because of the leechlike adoration of the greatest and most ridiculous of all biographers. For it is impossible not to believe that, without Boswell, Johnson for us today would shine like a sun in the heavens whilst Addison sat forgotten in coffee houses." (from The March of Literature - Johnson became Doctor Johnson when Dublin University gave him the honorary degree in 1765. He had a huge, strong athletic build, his appetite was legendary and it is said that he often drank over 25 cups of tea at one sitting. "One of the disadvantages of wine is that it makes a man mistake words for thoughts."

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14. James Boswell (1740-1795) Scottish Writer.
(17401795) Scottish writer. James Boswell was a close friend of Samuel Johnson,known for An Account of Corsica (1768), Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides.
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(1740-1795) Scottish writer. James Boswell was a close friend of Samuel Johnson, known for "An Account of Corsica" (1768), "Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides" (1785) and "Life of Samuel Johnson" (1791).
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15. Project Gutenberg Titles By Boswell, James, 1740-1795
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16. James Boswell - A Guide
James Boswell (17401795). Index of his friends and acquaintances, discussionforum, pictures, links and used books.
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Ancestors ... Other weblinks "[James Boswell] is, and he will remain, an astonishing person. His predilection for romantic disguises, his readiness to assume gravely the most unexpected characters, his rippling good nature, his extravagance and folly and weakness, his odd piety, his awful glooms, his alternations of revelry and solemnity, his prodigious literary success and his final melancholy abasement make him the most amusing and the most perplexing figure in our national biography." So wrote C. E. Vulliamy in his 1932 biography (CVJB, p. 1) of Boswell, and the words explains a lot about why so many are still fascinated by the man to this day. When a great part of his personal papers were discovered in the 1920s, the world already knew him as the author of the much praised biography of Dr. Samuel Johnson . The papers, among them letters and journals, were discovered in places such as Fettercairn House and at Malahide Castle north of Dublin, Ireland from the 1920s to 1950. Most of them ended up in the possession of Yale University, who, beginning in 1950, under the general editorship of Frederick A. Pottle

17. Alexander Boswell - Lord Auchinleck - Father Of James - At James Boswell - A Gui
Lord Auchinleck) Son of James Boswell (ca. 16721749) and Elizabeth Bruce.Father of the James Boswell (1740-1795). Married first (1738) to Euphemia Erskine
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Ancestors ... Other weblinks Biography Alexander Boswell (aka. Lord Auchinleck) Son of James Boswell (ca. 1672-1749) and Elizabeth Bruce. Father of the James Boswell (1740-1795). Married first (1738) to Euphemia Erskine (d. 1766) and later (1769) to his cousin Elizabeth Boswell. A graduate from the University of Leyden, Holland (graduating in December 1729). In 1748 he was appointed Sheriff-Depute of Wigtownshire. In 1754 he was appointed a Lord of Session, as Lord Auchinleck, and in 1755 Lord Justiciary. He is still remembered for saving the so-called Auchinleck Manuscript ( Link ) from destruction in 1740. Participate in our monthly draws for Amazon
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Life with James Boswell:
James and his father disagreed on a number of issues throughout their lives together, including James' career choice, publishing schemes and travels, as well as his choice of friends and, eventually, wife. Although he respected his father much, James, when he was about 25, stated that the only thing he had learned from his father was absolute honesty, a thing which we, the readers of his diaries, can only be grateful for! External links: This article was last updated at GMT+2 2005-07-25 07:41:11 Other links of possible interest
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18. Literary Encyclopedia: Boswell, James
Boswell, James (17401795). Biographer, Essayist, Autobiographer, Diarist, Lawyer,Poet, Politician, Travel writer. Active 1758-1795 in Scotland, England,

19. James Boswell (1740-1795) Library Of Congress Citations
James Boswell s Life of Johnson Boswell, James, 17401795. 1924 ReferencesBoswell, James, 1740-1795. Letters of James Boswell Notes Letters of James

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Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 20 Records] Author: Boswell, James, 1740-1795. Title: Boswell in Holland, 1763-1764, including his correspondence with Belle de Zuylen (Zbelide) Edited by Frederick A. Pottle. Edition: [1st ed.] Published: New York, McGraw-Hill [1952] Description: xix, 433 p. illus., port., maps (on lining papers) facsim. 25 cm. Series: The Yale editions of the private papers of James Boswell LC Call No.: PR3325 .A89 Dewey No.: 928.2 Subjects: Netherlands Description and travel Early works to 1800. Other authors: Charriaere, Isabelle de, 1740-1805. Control No.: 52005345 //r954 Author: Boswell, James, 1740-1795. Title: The life of Samuel Johnson; abridged, with an introd. by Bergen Evans. Edition: [1st ed.] Published: New York, Modern Library [1952] Description: xv, [1], 559 p. 19 cm. Series: The Modern library of the world's best books [282] LC Call No.: PR3533 .B62 1952 Dewey No.: 828/.6/09 B Notes: Bibliography: p. [xvi] Subjects: Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784 Biography. Authors, English 18th century Biography. Lexicographers Great Britain Biography. Critics Great Britain Biography. Other authors: Evans, Bergen, 1904- Control No.: 52005875 //r923

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