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P. 242.-Note 6 requires qualification, for in “ Skialetheia," 1598, (and perhaps elsewhere) we meet with “ fangled" without new before it:

“ It is Cornelius, that brave gallant youth,

Who is new printed to this fangled age.” Sign. B 4. P. 253.-yea, and she herself ] The full-point has accidentally dropped out at the end of this line.

P. 266.--the original title-page, stating it to have been “ written by William Shakespeare,” was cancelled, no doubt, at the instance of the author to whom it was falsely imputed.] See additional note to Vol. i. p. clxxxix., where the editor has seen reason to correct this opinion.

P. 322.-Even on my YEARNING time] The reading of the folio, “eaning time," seems right, from the Angl. Sax, eanian, parturire. See Way's Promptorium, printed for the Camden Society, p. 140.

P. 344.—Come now, your one thing?] The mark of interrogation has accidentally dropped out at the end of this question,

P. 370.–The date of 1604 is erroneously given to “Salmasis and Hermaphroditus," imputed, probably falsely, to Beaumont: it was first printed in 1602. The error is also corrected in Vol. i. p. cxvi.

P. 462.-And when the judge is Rob’d the prisoner dies] In this line for “rob’d” read robb'd.

P. 473.-Still at the early age of eighteen or nineteen, which the earl reached in 1609] There is an evident error here, inasmuch as the Earl of Southampton was thirty-six in 1609: having been born in 1573, he was twenty-five when Meres published his Palladis Tamia in 1598.

P. 487.-in Table of my heart] So in “Skialetheia,” by Edward Guilpin, 1598.

“Consider what a rough worme-eaten table

By well-mix'd colours is made saleable.” Sign. C. 6. P. 514.-Or me, to whom gav'st it, else mistaking] The pronoun thou has accidentally dropped out after “whom" in this line.

P. 553.—All vows and consecrations giving place] The conjunction and has by an error been repeated in this line.

GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

Aroint thee, vii. 103. 429
Articulate, iv. 319 ; vi. 169
Ascaunt, aslant, vii. 320
Aspersion, sprinkling, i. 64
Assinego, ass, vi. 42
Astringer, falconer, iii. 298
Atone, to agree, üži, 96 ; iv. 118; v

364 ; vi. 240. 589 ; viii. 32. 151
Attask'd, tax'd, taken to task, vii. 388
Away with, I cannot, iv, 404
Aweful, i. 145 ; iv. 414

ABY and abide, ii. 432. 438. 441
Ache and H, i. 238
Accost, to approach, iii. 332
Acture, action, viii. 550
Adam, calling a man, ii. 195
Addressed, ready, prepared, ii 456.512;

iv. 425 ; vii. 44
Affection, affectation, ii. 345. 365
Affectioned, affected, iii. 358
Affeerd, confirmed, vii. 163
Affined, related, vi. 28
Affront, to front, to face, vii. 259
Affy, to trust, vi. 276
Aglet-baby, a point for fastening dress,

ii. 130
Aim, to cry, to encourage, i. 224 ; iv. 24
Aim, to give, to direct, i. 167 ; vi. 361
Alderliefest, dearest of all, i. cclxxxvii;

v. 110.
Ales, church, viii. 271
Alms basket, ii. 346
Ames ace, both aces, ii. 24)
Amort, dead, dispirited, ü. 176 ; v. 60.
Anchor, hermit, vii. 274
Ancient, ensign, iv. 309
Anheires, i. 205
Antick, death so called, iv, 167 ; v. 82
Apperil, peril, vi. 517
Apple-John, a withered apple, iv, 379
Approbation, proof, ii. 458 ; iv. 471;

viñ, 154
Approof, approbation, iii. 216. See also

“ Proof.”
Approv'd, proced, i. 165
Arch, chief, leader, vii. 393
Argosies, large merchant ressels, ii. 475;

v. 273

Backare, an exclamation, ii. 139
Bajazet's mule, iii. 276
Bale, sorrow, vi. 146
Balk’d, ridged, iv. 227
Ban, to ourse, v. 90. 148 ; vi. 556
Banbury cheese, i. 182
Bankes's horse, ii. 295
Banquet, dessert, iii. 194; vii. 50
Barbazon, iv. 484
Barber's forfeits, ii. 99
Baring, shading, iii. 276
Barm, yeast, ii. 405.
Base, a game, i. 100 ; viii. 235. 382
Basilisco-like, iv. 16.
Basta, enough, iii. 125
Bastard, a kind of wine, ii. 57 ; iv. 262
Bate, beat, iv. 306. 522 ; vi. 439
Batler, washing bat, iii. 34
Batten, to feed, vii. 288
Bauble, a fool's, iii. 295; vi. 346.421
Bavin, brush-faggot, iv, 291
Bawcock, iïi. 436
Bay of building, i. 30

Bay-windows, iii. 402
Bear in hand, to lead to believe, ii. 21;

viii. 246
Bearward, i. 202 ; iii. 114
Bedfellow, iv. 487
Bedlam-beggars, vii. 403
Beef, eating, ii. 333
Beetle, three-man, iv. 359
Begging fools, ii. 124. 368
Beholding, or beholden, ii. 83. 489; iii.

136. 140 ; v.574 Besmirch'd, besmeared, soiled, iv. 542;

vii. 213. See also “ Smirched.” Besort, to become, to bescem, vii. 384 Bestraught, distraught, distracted, ü.

114 Beteem, to pour out, i. cclxxxv ; ii. 395

- to permit, vii. 207 Bewray, to betray, vii. 395 Bezonian, iv. 451 ; v. 185 Bid, to incite, vi. 519

endured, v. 462 Bills, iii. 16 ; vii. 460 Bilbo, suord, i. 183 Bilboes, fetters, vii. 333 Bird singing in the ear, iv. 457 Bisson, blind, vi. 173; vii. 254 Black and Yellow, a tune, iii, 385 Blank, in shooting, vii. 361 Blench, to start off, ii. 86 ; iii. 446 ; vi.

14. 47 ; viü. 524 Blent, blended, ii. 525 ; jj. 346 Blood, disposition, vi. 558 Blood-bolter'd, vii. 157 Blue-coats, serrants, v. 21 Bob, blow, iii. 41 Bodg’d, botch'd, v. 244 Bodkin, dagger, vii. 261 Bollen, suollen, viii. 455 Bolted, sifted, iii. 506 Bolting-hutch, iv. 276 Bombard, drinking ressel, i. 44 ; iv.

276 ; v. 605 Bombast, stuffing, ii. 378 ; iv. 272 Book, paper-writing, iv. 287 Boot, something giren in, v. 452 Boots, to give the, i. 92 Bought and sold, orer-reached, ii. 138 Bosky, woody, i. 66 Bow-strings, hold or cut, ii. 403 Brach, dog, hound, iii. 108; iv. 288 ;

vi. 44 ; vii. 379. 435

Braid, crafty, üi. 281
Brawl, French, a dance, ii. 310
Bread, holy, i. 64
Break up, to carre, ii. 320
Breast, coice, iii. 353
Brief, abstract, iv. 21
Bribe-buck, stolen cenison, i. 267
Brize, gad-fly, vi. 29 ; vüi. 74
Brock, badger, üi. 368
Brogues, heary shoes, viii. 220
Broken mouth, iii. 240
Brown bills, vii. 460
Brownist, iii. 380
Brown paper and ginger, ii. 78
Bruit, to noise, to report, v. 38, 314 ; vi.

584 ; vii. 183
Buckle, to bend, iv. 348
Bucklers, to give the, ii. 267
Bucklersbury, i. 228
Bugs, bugbears, iii. 134; v. 323 ; vï.

334 ; viii. 236
Burgonet, helmet, vü. 23
Burgher, citizen, iü. 27
Burst, to break, ii. 107; iv. 408
Bush, for good wine, iii, 100
Buttery-bar, iii. 332
By ’r lakin, by our ladykin, ii. 419

Caddis-garter, iv. 262
Caddisses, iïi, 500
Cake is dough, ii. 193
Caliver, hand-gun, iv. 406
Callat, a drab, iii. 466 ; v. 124. 262
Canary, a dance, ii. 310
Cantons, songs, iii. 347
Cantle, piece, portion, iv. 283; viï. 74
Canvass, to sift, v. 21
Capitulate, to draw up heads, iv. 293
Capocchio, dolt, vi. 89
Captious, capable of receiring, iii. 225
Carbonado, meat cut and broiled, iv. 327
Carded, mixed, iv, 291
Card of ten, iji. 151
Carduus benedictus, blessed thistle, ii.238
Carkanet, necklace, ii. 134
Carl, churl, clown, viii. 233
Carlot, peasant, ii. 70
Carpet-knights, iii. 392
Carping, prating, iv. 292
Carry out a side, to win the game, vii. 474

iv 503

Cased, caged, confined, iv. 48

Clout, white cloth, the mark in archery, Case, skin, i. celxxxv; iii. 271. 412 vi. 418; vii. 460 Case of lives, tuo lires, iv. 503

Clubs, to cry, to call for assistance, iii. Castiliano, a drinking exclamation, iii. 87 ; v. 23. 603; vi. 293 331

Coals, to carry, iv. 504 ; vi. 375 Cast, left off, ü. 64

Coast, to approach sidelong, vi. 100 ; Cassock, part of dress, iii. 287

viii. 398 Castle, a close helmet, vi. 317

Cobloaf, vi. 41 Cataian, a term of abuse, i. 203; ii. 355 Cock, small boat, i. cclxxxix; vii. 457 Cates, provisions, iji. 143

Cock and pie, i. 187 ; iv. 439 Cats, hatred to, iïi. 289

Cockney, iii. 398; vii. 408 Caudle, hempen, v. 200

Coffer and coffin, viii. 314 Causes of quarrel, ii. 299

Cog, to cheat, ii. 359; vi. 129 Censer, a barber's, iii. 178

Cohorts, vii. 373 Censure, opinion, judgment, i. 97 ; v. Colbrand, the giant, iv. 15 125. 397

Collied, black, ü. 396 Cesse, cuase, iii. 304

Collier, a term of abuse, iii. 388 Cess, out of all, out of all measure, iv. 247 Colours, to fear no, iii, 337 Chains, worn by stewards, iii. 357 Colt, to trick, iv. 253

- worn by usurers, ü. 206 Comart, treaty, vii. 199 Chambers, small pieces of ordnance, iv. Combinate, contracted, ii. 56 381. 501 ; v. 523

Comforting, abetting, iii. 464
Champaign, open country, iii. 371 Comma, vii. 334
Changeling, iii. 484

Commence, a university word, iv. 424 Chape of a dagger, the hook by which Compact, made up of, vii. 377 it hangs, i. cclxxxv ; iii. 286

in concert with, vii. 400 Chapeless-sword, iii. 156

Companion, fellou, vi. 230; vii. 72 Character, hand-uriting, vii. 393 Compassed window, bay or bow window, - to imprint, vii. 215

vi. 21 Characts, inscriptions, ii. 90

Competitor, confederate, iii. 401
Chares, matters, viii. 114

Comply, to compliment, vii. 340
Charge-house, school-house, ii. 348 Compt, account, vi. 526
Charm, to beritch, viii. 149

Comptible, accountable, iii. 343
Charnico, a Portuguese wine, v. 145 Compulsative, vii. 199
Chase, at tennis, i. cclxxxvi; iv. 479 Con, to know, vii. 389
Chaudron, entrails, v. 153

Concolinel, a tune, ii. 310
Cheater, escheator, i. 191; iv. 383 Confect, comfit, ii. 252
Cherry-pit, a game, iii. 388

Confiscate, v. 310 Cheveril, kid-skin, ü. 373; v.539; vi. 420 Congreeing, concurring, iv. 476; vii. 300 Childing, teeming, ii. 408

Conjunctive, vii. 314 Chopine, a high shoe, vii. 251

Consort, to associate, i. 143; ii. 119; Cinque-pas, a dance, üi. 335

v. 420 Cital, recital, iv. 323

Consort, company, vi. 432; vii. 394 Clack-dish, a beggar's, ii. 61

Contaminate, iv. 547 Clamour, to silence ? i. 501

Contemptible, scornful, contemptuous, ii. Clear-stories, üi. 402

220 Cleped, called, ii. 291; vii. 219. See Con thanks, to give thanks, iii. 286 ; also “ Ycleped.”

vi. 573 Cling thee, vii. 181

Contraction, contract, vii. 287 Clip, and enclip, to embrace, iii. 533; Contrive, to spend, üi. 136; viii. 553

iv. 85; v. 180; vi. 233; viii. 52. 98. Convey, lo defraud, to rob, i. 190; iv. 391

193; v. 19. 292

Convicted, conquerel, iv. 55
Convince, to overcome, ii. 377 ; vi. 49;

vii. 118. 166 ; viii. 133. 283
Convive, to feast, vi. 108
Cony-catching, cheating, iii. 165. 192
Copatain hat, ii. 191
Cope, cocering, viii. 343
Copy, abundance, ii. 166
Coranto, a dance, iü. 239. 335
Corky, dry, withered, vii. 439
Costard, head, i. 312
Coted, orertvok, vii. 246
Couchings, vii. 45
Counsel, secrecy, i. 181
Counter, to run, a term of the chase,

ü. 153 ; vii. 307 Counterfeit, portrait, vi. 580 Counterpoints, counterpanes, iii. 149 Court-cupboard, sideboard, vi. 398 Court holy-water, flattery, vii. 419 Court of guard, vii. 535; viii. 100 Coy, to caress, ü. 443; vii. 376 Coystrill, or kestrell, bastard hawk, iii.

331; viii. 344 Cozier, botcher, iii. 356 Crack, bot, iv.398; vi. 155 Crack-hemp, iii, 190 Cracked within the ring, uncurrent

gold, vii. 251 Crants, garlands, vii. 330 Crare, a small craft, viii. 220 Credit, belief, iii. 405 Cresset, a light, a beacon, iv. 280 Crone, old woman, iii. 465 Crosses, money, ü. 294 Cross-gartered, iii. 370 Crow-keeper, vi. 392 ; vii. 439 Crush a cup, a drinking term, vi. 387 Cry aim, to encourage, i. 224; iv. 24 Cues, in acting, ii. 422 ; v. 418 Cunning, knowledge, vi. 588 ; vii. 316 Curb, to bend, vii. 29] Curiosity, scrupulousness, vii. 368 Cursorary, for cursory, iv. 566 Curtle-ax, broadsword, iü. 26 Custard-coffin, iii. 178 Cut, horse, iii. 359 Cut and longtail, i. 235 Cutler's poetry, ii. 558 Cyprus or cypress, iii. 377

Daff’d, put aside, ii. 219. See also

“Doff.” Danger, debt, ii. 543 Daring larks, v. 567 Darkling, in the dark, ii. 416 Darraign, to prepare, v. 259 Dates, used in cookery, vi. 25 Daub, to plaister, vii. 445 Day-woman, dairy-woman, ïi. 297 Deal, part, viii. 573 Dear, dire, iii. 409 ; vi. 585; vii. 209 Dearn, lonely, secret, vii. 440 Debauch’d, i. 54; iii. 243 Deceivable, deceitful, iii. 406; iv. 156 Deck, to sprinkle, i. 18 Deck, pack of cards, v. 320 Decline, lean from, ii. 142 Defeat, to free, to disembarrass, iii. 243 Deftly, dexterously, vii. 154 Defy, to refuse, iv. 56 Demerits, merits, vi. 150 Den, good, good eren, ii. 229. 319; iv.

14; vi. 174. 459 Denay, denial, iï. 364 Denay, to deny, v. 125 Denier, small piece of money, v. 362 Deny, to refuse, ii. 251 Depart with, to part with, ii. 305 Descant, a term in music, i. 99; viii.

447 Design, to point out, iv. 119 Detect, to discover, v. 262 Detected, suspected, ii. 61 Dich, do it, vi. 518 Diet, to fast, i. 106; üi. 310 Diffused, disordered, confused, unintel

ligible, i. cclxxxiv, 255; vii. 375 Disable, to under-rate, iii. 72 Disappointed, unprepared, vii. 225 Discandying, viii. 86 Disclaims in, vii. 398 Disclosed, hatched, vii. 332 Dismes, tenths, vi. 45 Disnatured, unnatural, vii. 385 Disseat, unseat, vii. 176 Distained, unstained, ii. 131 Doff, to do off, ii. 219. See also

“ Daff’d.” Doit, a small piece of money, viii. 104 Dole, dealing, share, iv. 349 Dole, happy man be his, i. 236; iii. 123.

439; iv. 254

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