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Trinity, 144/32, three things.

Troth, 2/21, tell-troth rimes. Tell

truth, the phrase was a favourite



one at the time. "In 1000 John
Lane published his Tom Ttd-troths
Message, and his Pens Complaint."
Tom tell-troth is a foolish gull to
thee. Tai/lor, 237.
Troynovant, 86/2725, London.
Like Minos, or iust iudging

Rhadamant,
He walkes the darkesome streets

of Trot/nouant, Taylor, 491.
See also George Peele, 543.
Tuffe, 27/752, tough.
Turnus, 49/1465, Latin name._
Come, now, as Turnus 'gainst
J^lueas did. Marlowe, 39.
Tyranness, 92/2917.

Veneria, 83/2622, Venus.
A^enus, 77/2418, 87/2753, 93/

2939, 97/3072, 115/32, 131/2.
Ver, 126/13, spring.
Yilde, 44/1321, 68/2120, vile.
Goe but to Spaine, and shew thy
vild condition. Taylor, A
Pedlar and a Romish Priest,
p. 8.
This form is sometimes used in the
folio Shakespeare, 1623.
Virgil, 28/815.
Vitellius, 89/2825.
Vixen, 106/3394.
Vncase, 82/2579, expose. In a
literal sense —

Tranio, at once
Vncase thee; take my coloured
hat and cloak.

Taming of a Shr. i. 1.

Vndermining, 44/1317, under-
mining bribes, bribes which pro-
cure one to commit unlawful or
dishonourable actions.

They

Have hired me to vndermine the

duchess,
And buz these coniur;iiious in her
brain. 2 lien. VI. i. 2.
Vnkenid, 27/760, uncombed, un-'
trimmed.



172



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Her unkemb'd locks asunder tear-
ing. Marlowe, 3i5.

Vntemperate, 58/1763, iutemi>er-
ate.

Vutrust, 69/2135, unfastened.
See ' poynts,' supra.
/. ( Vntwitten, 132/15, 1

Votarius, 102/3271, wish, de-
sire.

Vp, phr., "Up and tells," 122/

55, tells without hesitation.
Vpsefreese, 60/1816, a kind of
beer imported from Friesland. Cf.
vpse - Butch, vpse - EurjlM . "To
drink upse-freeze," " to drink swin-
ishly ; " to drink all off at a swig.
This valiant pot-leach, that vpon

his knees
Has drunk a thousand pottles vp
sefrecse. Taylor, 4S7.
See also Hey wood's Vhilocothonista,
p. 45, where one of the names for
a drunkard is "One that driukes
Vpse-freeze."

Vulcan, 82/2588, 117/38.

Warrant, phr., " A warrant seald
with butter/' 12/276, an empty
promise.



Warrantize, 12/275, to warrant,
promise.

Whilome, 121/37, once, formerly.

Thou Saint (quoth he) I whilome

did adore. Taylor, 3S8.

Whipping-cheer, 1 3/332. " ^we

and then not a fewe haue ivhippbig

cheare to feede themselues with-

all." Stubbs's Anat. ed 1836 p.

111. ' ^

Whit, "ne're a whit," phr., 100/

3190, not in the least.
Wilde-fyer, 145/66.
Wishers, prov., "Great wishers

and common woulders seldom good

householders," 103/3277.
Worser, 75/2358.
Wreck, 97/3070, wreak, inflict.

Ycie, 125/9, icy.
Yclad, 30/869, clothed.
Ycleped, 22/607, called, named.
Yslaine, 122/56, slain.
Yspread, 64/1988, spread.
Yspunne, 27/753, spun.

Zephyrus, 116/28.



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GENERAL INDEX.



Academical lionoiirs bought, 47.

Acheron, angel driven down to,

31.
Actors prone to vice, 82.
Address to the reader, 110.
Adultery, 26, 77.

Advantages and disadvantages,

127.
Advent, the, of Christ, 150.
Adversity, 101.
Adversity, friends in, 121.
Ale, song on, xxxvii.

Ale house, from the church to

the, 19.
Alicant wine, 87, sxi. note.
Allegories, brief, 123.
Ambition of Popes, 35.
Ambitious men, 34.
Amsterdam, a residence of

Sectaries, 11, xxix.
Anabaptists, 9, xxviii.

Angels, creation and fall of the,

31.
Anger, effects of, 95.
Apennines, the, referred to, 116.
Appearances may deceive, 29, 30.
Appetite, provocatives to, 87.
Apostates, the end of, 51, 52 ;

to Home and Mahomet, 51.



Arabia referred to, 116.
Ai'istippian zanies, 136.
Asses have long ears, 134.

Atheists, the greatest offenders,

3 ; opinions of, 5.
Authors, various, referred to, 28,

29.

Autliorsliip of Times' WliistU,
xiii.

Avarice, the beginning of, 41 ;
punishment of, 99, xxxii.

Balbutia and her victim, 134.

Bancroft and "Whitgift, x.

Bawds and their devices, 86.

Bosworth's, W., Cliast and Lost
Lovers, xix. 7i.

Bout, sketch of a drinking, 60.

Bragging fool, a, 25.

Bread, coarse, 99, xxxvi.

Bribery, prevalence of, among

lawyers, 42, xxxii.
Brown, E., some account of, xxviii.
Brownism, 4, 143, xxviii.
Building, gorgeous, 33.
Buried alive, 67.

Cambridge, the King's visit to,
134, xii., xvi. tiote 3.



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GENERAL INDEX.



Cardinals and tlie cardinal vir-
tues, 119.
Carrier, Dr, 52, x. note.
Chameleon, the, 118

Cliast and Lost Lovers, The, xix.
note.

Christian, the, compared to a
lamb, 142 ; to a ship, 143.

Church, why men go to, 15 ;
sleeping in, xxx. ; from the, to the
ale-house, 19.

Churchmen, English, their neglect

of duty, 14.
City, the, given to vice, 79.

Clergy, vice prevalent among the,
76.

Coming of Christ, the first and

second, 150.
Communion, Holy, much ahused,

17; why men neglect it, 18.
Conscience, remorse of, 108.
Consequences, fear of, 102.

Consubstantiation of Lutherans,

17.
Corbet, Bp, account of, xiv. ; his

habits, XV. ; his writings, xvi.-xviii.;

song attributed to him, xxxvii.

Coryate's Crudities, 2G, x.

Cosmetics and perfumes, 34, 3G,
xxxii.

Country, drunkenness in the, on
Sundays, 19.

Country lass, the, and the mer-
chant, 133.

Court, the, corrupt, 79 ; vices and

practices, 89 ; parasites, 135.
Covetousness, results of, 39.

Crane, Ealph, his New Tear's

Gift, xiv.
Crimes, all, purged by money,

42.
Crocodile, the tears of the, 22,

23.
Crudities, Coryate's, referred to,

20, note, x.



Cuckolds, 90.

Curiosity relinked, 141.

Cydonius, Joannes, referred to,
12, note.

Dancing, 85, xxxvi.

Date of Times' Whistle, x. ; of
Poems, xi.

Davenant, Dr John, referred to,
xvi. note 3.

Davis referred to, xi., xxxvi.

Death and the hyena, 128.

De Foe's story of the man biuied

alive, 67, margin.
Delicacies, numbers of, 56,
Desires, unlawful, 95.
Despair, 9G.

Devil, the, devours man, 20.
Dishes, various kinds of, 87.
Dissimulation, 24, 94.

Dream, a, 122 ; another dream,

137.
Dress, value of, 43, xxxiii.
Drink is necessary, say some, Q$>.

Drunkards, four kinds of: (1) the
merry drunk, 63 ; (2) the maud-
lin drunk, 04 ; (3) the lion-drunk,
00 ; (4) the beastly drunk, 07 ;
must give an account to God, 74.

Drunkenness, on Sunday, 19 ;
prevalence of, 57, xxxv. ; effects
of, 58, 59, 02.

Dutch drunkards, 57.

Eden's plot, 133.

Elements, the four, 116; the

"qualities "of the, 117.
Epicureans, 14,
Epicures, a warning to, 74
Epigrams, Ben Jonsoix's, 132, xi.
Essays, Montaigne's, 28.
Evil is esteemed as good, 30 ;



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175



may not, be done tliat good may
come, 70.



Table, the, of the fox and the

crow, 130.
Face, the, not the index to the

heart, 23.
Faces, painted, 24, 34.
Fairies, 53, xxxiii.

Fall, of Adam, 32 ; of the angels,

31.
Families of love, 9, xxix.
Fashions in dress, 33.

Fawkes, and his plot, 12 ; a

martyr, x. note 3.
Fear, effects of, 94.
Fears, three ill, 101.
Food, various kinds of, 87.

Fools, if rich, promoted to office

and honour, 46.
Fortune, freaks of, 125.
France and vice, 80.
Friends, and their friendship,

120 ; the man who proved his, 120.

Ganges, the, referred to, 116.

Garnet, a martyr, 12, note. 2: x.
note 2.

Gluttons, and drunkards, 58, 59 ;
must give an account to God, 74.

Gluttony, against, 55, 56 ; its
effects, 57, xxxiv. ; and drunken-
ness, examples of their effects, 58,
59.

God, His Avorks declare Him, 7 ;

what He is, 7 ; knowledge of, 14G.
Gold, the influence of, 42, 43, 44,

47.
Good esteemed evil, 30.
Gossip, a, 103, 104.
Grace in sin, 142.
Greece, Turks in, 25.
Grey-heard, old, 69.



Grief in adversity, 100, 101.

Hair, false, 24.

Hake's Newes out of Pauls, ix.
Hall's Satires, ix., xx. note, xxii.
Harington's Orlando Furioso, x.
Harrie's, king, gold, 61, xxxv.
Hate and dissimulation, 94.

Heaven, faith the only means to

gain, 73.
Hebrew Eabbins, 29.
Hell, how populated, 40.

Henry IV. of France, murder of,

12; X. note 2.
Honour, transitory, 38.
Honours, bought and sold, 43, 46.
Howel, quoted on wine, xxi. note.
Hungary, Turks in, 25.

Images, worship of, 13.

Islington, a trip to, to eat cream,

82—85.

James I., reference to, 136, 140.

Jonson, Ben, references to, xi.,
xii. note, xix. note; quoted, xx.,
xxii., XXV.

Joy, fatal eflTects of sudden, 100 ;
excessive, 94.

Judges are bribed, 48.

Justice overcome by bribery, 42.

Kent, fertile, 26, xxxi., xxxii.
Knowledge of God, 146.

Lacedemonian custom with drunk-
enness, 58.

Lamb, the Christian com2:)arcd to
a, 142.

Lasciviousness, against, 75 ; ex-
amples of, from history, 75 ; tlie
clergy infected with, 76 ; the whole
country defiled by, 79.



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176



GENERAL INDEX.



La"\vyers, plead for money, 42 ;

some are honest, 50, xxxii.
Learning gives place to wealth,

47.
Lenten customs set aside for

money, 48.
Life, shortness of, 20.
" Like to like," 97.
London, its population referred

to, 25 ; a huge brothel, 88.
Love, families of, 9 ; various

kinds of, 97.
Love-sick swain, a, 93.
Lnst, winked at, 45.
Lutheran Consubstantiation, 17.
Lyte quoted on lettuce seed, xx.

note.

JSIagistrates neglect their duty, 88.

Man, definition of, 6.

Man, what makes a perfect, 112.

Marston's writings referred to,

ix. ; quoted, xx.
Marlowe quoted, xxi.
Mausoleum, the, 22, xxxi.

Memoirs, by Philip de Comines,

28, note.
Men, good, suffer, 5.
Merchant, the anxious, 107.
Milk, a cosmetic, 36, xxxii.
]\Iind, the passions of the, 92.
Miser, the, described, 26, 27.
IMoney, influence of, 42, 43, 44,

46, 47 ; purges every crime, 42 ;

souls sold for, 53.
Mourning for trifles, 100.
Murder enjoined by papists, 12 ;

springing from covetousness, 39 ;

and remorse, 107.
^Murderers canonized, 12, and

note ; escape through gold, 48.

Nethersole, Sir Francis, referred
to, xii



Nile, the, 22.

Number three, the, 147.

Ofiices bought, 43, 46.
Oldcorn, a martyr, 12, note 2.

Painted faces, 24, 34.

Palestine referred to, 116.

Pandar, a greedy, 50,

Papists, errors of the, 11, 13, 17.

Parnassus referred to, 116.

Passions are good, 96.

Pecuniary fines, 81.

Penances, 13.

Perfumes and cosmetics, 34.

Perjiu'ers, professional, 49.

Perjury for monej', 49.

Persecution, the INlarian, 139.

Persecutions, the ten, 139.

Phrygian Oracle, the, 32, note.

Phrygians, 32.

Picthatch, 80, xxx-^d.

Pilgrimages, 13.

Piracy, 118.

Plague, an incident of the, 67.

Planetary influences, 114.

Players given to vice, 81.

Poisoning, secret, 39.

Poor, oppressed by the rich, 49 ;
the, neglected, 56, 57.

Pope, the, can pardon sin, 11, 13.

Pope's, a, lasciviousness, 78.

Pride, against, 31 ; of dress, 33 ;
of fashion, 37 ; of good looks, 37 ;
of popes, 34 ; of rank, 38 ; of wo-
men, 33, 36.

Priests, popish, and lust, 76.

Prosperity, friends in, 121.

Prostitutes, haunts of, 80.

Provocatives, 87, xx.

Puritanism, 4, 143.



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177



Puritans, numbers of, 10; tlieir
hypocrisy, 10, 2G, 111 ; their abuse
oi' bishops, 10 ; their private meet-
ings, 10, 11, xxviii.

Quarrel, the man ready to, 105.

Eashness, 95.

Eavaillac and Fawkes, 12, x.

note.
Eeason the gift of God, 92.
Religion, the complaint of, 138;

under Elizabeth and James I., 110.
Eemorse of conscience, 108.
Eich oppressors, 49.
Eichardson, Dr, referred to, xvi.

and note 2.
Eiches, desire of, 103.
Eome, apostates to, 51.
Eose, no, •vs'ithout a thorn, 127.
Eowlands, Samuel, referred to,

ix.

Sabbath-breaking, 16.

Sabbath, trading on the, 1 G ;

drinking on the, 19, xxx.
Safety in moderation, 131.
Salamander, the, 118.
Satirical Avriters of Elizabeth's

time, ix., 5.
Scholar, the sham, 28.
Seasons, the four, 113.
Sects and schisms, 9.
Self-knowledge enjoined, 38 ;

self-love, 97.
Separatists, 15, xxx.
Shakespeare's Avritings referred

to, 109, 7iote, xix.
Shams, against, 22.
Ship, the Christian, 143.
Shoes, dead men's, 106.
Simony, 45, xxxii.
Sin, men who boast of, 104.
times' w.



Sketch of a drinking bout, GO.
Sleeping in church, 15, xxx.
Song, a convivial, xxxvii.
Souls, some sell their, for money,

53.
Spendthrift, manners and habits

of a, 36.
Spittle, the, 80, xxxvi.

String, the world is led in a
golden, 44 ; parson leads the
parish in a, 70.

Sunday drinking, 19.

Swearing, 24.

Sword-fish, the, and the whale,
145.

Sycophants of the Coiirt, 135.

Syrens, the singing of the, 23.

Tagus, the, referred to, 116.

Temper, 105.

Theatre, the world a, 126.

Tliief, the penitent, 73.

Three, the number, 147.

Timme's Discover le of Ten Lepers,
ix. note.

Tobacco, its excessive use, 70 ;
is it medicinal ? 71 ; its ill effects,
71 ; commonly used, 71 ; brings
many to ruin. 12 ; drink and vice
follow in its train, 72, xxxv. xxxvi.

Trader, the West Indian, 107.

Tradesmen, cheating, 24.

Transubstantiation of the papist,
17.

Tree, man compared to a, 125.

Truth, punishment for those who
dare to tell the, 2.

Turks, their Koran referred to,
9 ; in Greece and Hungary, 25.

Turnbull Street, 80, xxxvi.

Universities, gi'ave faults at the,
79, 80.



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GENERAL IXDEX.



University honours bought, 47.
Upstart, the, described, 27.

Vanity, man a creature of, 20.
Venery, the blood of, 88.
Venus and the sea-foam, 131.
Verses derided, 151.

Vice and sin to be exposed, 2 ;

harnits of, 80.
Vices compounded for, 81.
Vices of clergy, 76 ; of popish

priests, 70 ; of popes, 78 ; in the

umversities, 79, 80; in the court

79 ; in the city, 79.
Vices of womeu, 82, 85, 90, 98.



Vii'tue, the praise of, 130.
Vii"tues, tlie four cardinal, 119.

Wapping, a place of execution,
118, xxxvi.

Wealth, influence of, 42, 43, 44
46, 47. ' ' >

Weever, reference to, xi.
Whitgift and Bancroft, x.
Wife, the choice of a, 122.
Wines of various names, 88.

Women, pride of, 33, 36; born
under Luna, 115.
LWork, the end crowns the, 129.
World, the, a theatre, 126.



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