The Wikipedia article about Shakespeare's Macbeth contains a section on reading the play as a tragedy of character. This section contains the following unsourced statement:
Johnson asserted that Macbeth, though esteemed for his military bravery, is wholly reviled.
I tried to find a source for this in Johnson on Shakespeare, edited by Walter Raleigh, 1908 (on Archive.org) and on Google Books but without success. Where did Johnson make this statement? (Did he actually use the word "reviled"?)