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224
hay, ii. 122

head (to head, to head !), iii. 241
hebon, ii. 68
held in hand, ii. 61
Hermoso piarer, &c. , ii. 38
het, iii. 47
hey-pass, i. 266
Heywood, lohn, iii. 231
hold a wolf by the ears, ii. 212
horsebread, i. 257
horse-courser, i. 264
hugy, i. 59
Hunkes, Harry, iii. 242

imbast, iii. 192
impartial, ii. 60
imperance, iii. 55
imprecations, i. 85
incontinent, i. ri
incony, ii. 93
injury (verb), i. 16
intire, iii. 49
investion, i. 16
ippocras, i. 256
Irish kerns, ii. 160



jesses, ii. 155

jig, ii. 161

John the Great, i. 128

Jubalter, i. 128

Judas, ii. 95



Lepidus, his printed dog, iii. 245
let, i. 80
liefest, ii. 373
lightly borne, iii. 107
linstock, ii. 107
Lopez, Doctor, i. 266
love-lock, iii. 226
lown, ii. 135

mails, i. 22

malgrado, ii. 169

malice (verb), i. 15

mandrake juice, ii. 99

March beer, i. 247

Martlemas beef, i. 247

mate, i. 13, 211

measures, i. 188

merchants, i. 24

mere, iii. 44

merit, iii. 266

Milton quoted, ii. 38 ; iii. 22

minions, i. 152

miss, i. 173

Mithridate, i. 89

moorish fool, iii. 50

More, Sir Thomas, allusion to a

Latin epigram by, iii. 235
Moroccus, i. 58

mottoes at the end of plays, i. 283
Mount Faucon, ii. 253
mounted his chariot, i. 183
muschatoes, ii. 84
Muse (masculine), i. 2ri
muted, iii. 241



keend, ii. 372
keep, ii. 245
Knave's acre, i. 229
knights of the post, iii. 128
known of, i. 266

lake, ii. 226
lanch, i. 22
Lantchidol, i. 114
lawnds, ii. 312
'eaguer, i. 127
leave, ii. 327



neck-verse, ii. 83
need, i. 119
nepenthe, iii. 234
nephew, ii. 329
no way but one, i. 92
nymph, ii. 360

old Edward, ii. 218
on cai me on, i. 213
ostry, i. 267
other some, iii. 85
Ovid imitated, i. 25



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Index to the Notes.



packed, ii. 359

paised, iii. 25

parbreak, i. 95

Paris-Garden, iii. 241

pash, i. 59

pass, i. 13

Paul's churchyard, iii. 251

Paul's steeple struck by lightning,

iii. 225
pentacle, iii. 45
Perkins, Richard, ii. 6
Petrarch's Itinerariufti Syriacum

quoted, i. 250
pheres, iii. 66
pickadevaunts, i, 228
pilling, i. 65
pin, i. 37
pioners, i. 50
pitch, i. 28
places, ii. 258
plage, i. 83
plat, iii. 81
plates, ii. 44
platform, ii. 363
Plato's year, i. 74
play the man, i. 159
play-houses, hours of performance

at, iii. 238
Pont Neuf, iii. 236
porcupine darting her quills, ii.

121
port, i. 30
portagues, ii. 28
prest, i. 116

pretend [i.e. portend), ii. 64
pretend {i.e. intend), ii, 104
prevail, i. 141
prize played, ii. 7
proin, iii. 66
prorex, i. 12
purchase, i. 42
put by, iii. 17



quenchless, ii. 323

cjui mihi discipulus, i. 229

quit, ii. 367

quite, ii. 282

quod tumeraris, i. 224



racking, i. 179

ray, iii. 180

ream, ii. 88

rebated, i. 177

reflex, i. 50

regiment, i. 13

renied, Christians, i. 48

renowmed, i. 24

resolve, i. 13

respect, ii. 142

retorqued, i. 94

Rhamnus, i. 35

Rhodes, i. 212

ringled, iii. 29

rising in the North, iii. 224

rivelled, ii. 334 ; iii. 124

Rivo-Castiliano, ii. 92

road, ii. 160

rod, i. 122

rombelow, with a, ii. 161

ruinate, ii. 244

run division, ii. 88

running banquet, ii, 86

rushes, rooms strewed with, iii. 27

Sabans, ii. 11

Sackarson, iii. 242

St. Quentin, storming of, iii, 224

sakers, i. 152

sarell, i. 58

saunce, iii. 127

saying, ii. 44

scald, i. 31

scambled, ii. 16

scenes, i. 215

scholarism, i. 212

schright, iii. 275

sciomancy, i. 218

sect, ii. 28

set, ii. 249

Seven Deadly Sins, i, 245

shadow, ii. 175

Shakespeare quoted, i. 16, 18, 25,
29, 31, 46, 92, 97, 167, 254,
266, 275 ; ii. 12, 16, 36, 37,
40, 41, 44, 60, 68, 84, 86, 99,
128, 142, 158, 193, 218, 228,
304, 326; iii. 9, 12, rs, 24,
27, 31. 41. 50. 65, 89, 234



Index to the Notes.



359



shaver, ii. 45

Shelley quoted, i. 155, 206
shine, iii. 106
silverlings, ii. 11
Skelton imitated, iii. 59
slick, i. 265
slop, i. 230
slubber, iii. 65
smell-feast, iii. 239
snicle, ii. 92
soil, ii. 343
sollars, ii. jd
sometimes, ii. 31
sonnet, i. 253
sort, ii. 288
souse, iii. 264

Spenser quoted in Tamburlainc, i.
183 ; Spenser imitated, i. 173.
spials, i. 32
sprung, iii. 64
staring up, hair, iii. 89
stated, ii. 39
states, i. 14
statua, i. 142
stature, i. 74
staves acre, i. 229
stems, i. 24
stern, ii. 365
stomach, ii. 129
stools on the stage, iii. 215
stoops, i. 169
strain, i. 155
subject, i. 203

supprised, ii. 306 !

sure, made, ii. 50 I

sweating sickness, iii. 224 j

taint, i. 122

take in, iii. 239

talents, i. 46

tall, i. 167

tanti, ii. 120

taxing private, iii. 213

Theatre and Curtain playhouses,

iii. 218
Theocritus imitated, iii. 61
thirling, iii. 9
tho, iii. 107
three for one, iii. 240



timeless, ii. 128

tires, i. 47

to, ii. 74

tobacco, Bobadil's encomium of,

iii. 235
tobacco smoked on the stage, iii.

231
topless, i. 275
tottered, ii. 89
toy, iii. 86
train, ii. 183
trannels, iii. 134
Trier, i. 250
true, true, ii. 127
Turk of tenpence, ii. 84
iwigger, ii. 362
Tyrone's 'insurrection, iii. 244

unresisted, ii. 339
unvalued, i. 18
ure, ii. 48

vail, ii. 39
valure, iii. 80
valurous, i. 20
Vanity, Lady, ii. 45
vaut, i. 23
villainess, i. 95
villainy, i. 52
Vulcan's dancing, ii. 304

wagers laid about actors, ii. 7

wall'd in, ii. 304

water-work at London Bridge, iii.

217
watery star, iii. 9
when? ii. 63

when? can you tell? ii. 171
while, i. 80
whist, li. 349
Wigmore, ii. 162
will, i. 136
winter's lale, ii. 36
Wordsworth, his Power of Music,

iii. 238
wreaks, iii. 160

Zoacum, i. 135



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