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Troy, the siege of it a frequent subject on old ta-

pestry
Trump, an ancient game at cards explained

51

96

U.

Usurers, some of their practices described

235
Valentine, a palace so called at Turin

257
Valentines, custom of choosing examined

252
Valentine and Orson, some editions of this romance
specified

240
Vice, an ancient theatrical character

304, 320
Virgil's gnat, some account of it

383

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W.

336
206

210

240

212

228

Warton, Mr., character of his History of English

poetry
Wassel, the origin and meaning of this word
Wastel lread, explained
Watson, translated Valentine and Orson, and The

ship of fools
Watts, Mr., his erroneous account of wastel bred
Wax tallets, some account of ........
Whitney's emblems, probably used by the author of

Pericles
Will the taborer, a Welsh fool
Wind, an image relating to it
Wine, formerly made in England
Wits fits and fancies, a story from that work
Wolsey, Cardinal, articles against him

improperly censured for placing a
cardinal's hat on his coins

.....
, Shakspeare's allusion to a strumpet

kept by him

128

310

271
218
249
45

49

45

X.

Xenophon of Ephesus, a romance written by him sup-

posed to have been used by the author of the
story of Romeo and Juliet
Two of the incidents in his Ephesiacs occur

in Cymbeline

198

199

Z.

Zimimar, monarch of the North, a Devil invoked by

witches

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Daughters of the game 62
93 Diet

70
Apron
7 Dissembling

31
Assinego

58 Draw Dun from the
mire

179
Bases
125

186
Bewray

26
Boil
157 Eager

226
Bo-peep
146 Estridge

95
Brands

101
Extravagant

201
Burn'd

159

F.
Buz

230
Fast

223
Flaw
C.

157

Forked
Candle-holder
178

162

Fret
Canon ..
201

250
Carouse

205

G.
176 Gadding

194
Caviare

236
Gird

4
Charming
111 Gis

260
Chopine
231 Gleek

196
Cockney

151
Good b’ye

114
Codpiece

158
Grace

11
Complete
220 Griping

196
Concent

1

H.
Conclusion

121
Handy-dandy

.. 157
Consented
1

161
Corrosive
18

43
Crack'd within the

Hebenon

225
ring ..

235

Ilorse's health 163
Cruzado

269 Hunt's up ..... 191
D.

1.
Damn'd
245 Jack

38

Carry coals

.

Ha no nonny
Have at you

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Impertinency
Inhoop'd

L.
Lenders' books
Lullaby
Lusty young men

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M.

row

Majesty
Meiny
Milch
Morisco
Mysteries

N.

267 Rope-tricks . 188
168 Rouse

205
86 Ruddock

108
Runaway's eyes 169

S.
111 Sadness

28
177
Saint George to bor-

40
12

Saint George to thrive 40
Sallet

25
150

Sans
238

277
13
Sere

230
Silver-sweet

184
43
Skains-maies

... 188
Sop o’the moonshine 147
79 Straight

261
94

T.
Though

183
108 Three-hoop'd

23
93 Tib

133
Timely-parted

15
To borrow

40
60
To boot

39
34
Turlygood

148
248
263
160 Usher

92
1 26 Vice

251
241

W.
.. 247
Winchester goose ..

64
Winter-ground 107
86

Wooden pricks 148
248
Wrest

61

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U.

Naples
Nice

0.
'Od's pitikins
Ostent

..

P.
Pandar
Parlous
Peacock
Picked
Pillicock
Pompa
Pratilings
Provincial roses

R.
Rang'd
Recorder
Reels
Roister
Ropery

91

Y.

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THE END.

ERRATA.

VOL. I.
Page 199, line 6, for “all marriages," read marriages in general.

226, line 4, for “gou," read you.
484, line 14, for “ jusly," read justly.
521, line 17, for “ urinal,” read urinals.

VOL. II. Page 151, line 6, dele “ of.”

375, line 25, for “ Isumbrass," read Isumbras.

Printed lry Richard Taylor and Co. Shoe-lane.

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