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1. Taëgius, referred to by Menestrier, 79.
Tambaco, Speculi-paciētierum, 1509, p. 65.
Tasso, Torq., Discorsi del poeme, 79, 92.
Tasso, Herc., referred to by Menestrier,

79.
Taurellius, Emblema physico-ethica, 1595,

pp. 94, 96.
Tewrdannckh, in honour of Maximilian I.,

dedicated to Charles V., splendid vo-

lume, 67
Théatre des animaux, 93. See Desprez.
Todtentanz, the original editions, 1485 to

1490, not by the Holbeins, 56.
Trebatius, Latin version of Horapollo, 1515,

4. Tabley, Cheshire, ancient hall of the

Leycesters, with emblem, 131.
Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury, 207, 227.
Theatre, human life, Boissard, Plate XIV.,

405 ; Shakespeare, 406.
Theological conjecture, a curious, 383.
Thieves, so triumph, 319.
Things at our feet, Whitney, Sambucus,

411; Types of powers to be used,

Shakespeare, 412.
Thingwall, the emblem library there, 86.
Thompson, H. Yates, of Thingwall, 5,

44.
Thread of life, Horapollo, 454 ; Shake-

speare, 455.
Time flying, Sambucus, 466 ; Whitney,

467 ; Plutarch, 468 ; Shakespeare, 468,

469 ; Turning back, Shakespeare, 473.
Time leads the seasons, Vænius, Horace,

Plate XVII., 491 ; Shakespeare, 491.
Timon of Athens, Dr. Drake, 426 ; North,

Plutarch, Sambucus, 426, 427 ; Shake-
speare, 428, 429; Epitaph, 430; Mode

of death, 431.
Titus, son of Vespasian, his emblem, 16.
Tongue with bat's wings, Cullum and

Paradin, 128.
Tree of life, 126. See Arrow wreathed.
Tree in a churchyard, Drummond, 124.
Triangle, sun and circle, Drummond, 124.
Triumph scene in the Pericles, 1589, pp.

160-186.
Tronus Cupidinis, De Passe, 348.
Trophy on a tree, Drummond, 124.
True as needle, Sambucus, 334 ; Whitney,

335 ; Shakespeare, 336; lode stars, 336.
True as steel, 337.
True men so yield, 319.
Truth, an emblem so named, 20.
Turkeycock, Freitag, Camerarius, 357;

Shakespeare, 358.

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3. Tennyson, Elaine, 30.
Tibullus, on lovers' vows, quoted, 328.
Timperley, Dictionary of printers, 1839,

Pp. 44, 56.
Titian, Triumph of truth and fame, 32 ; his

paintings, III, 114.
Tod, remarks on Spenser, 137.

1. Ulloa, Alphonsus, 1561, Menestrier,

79.

2. Unde, 124, note ; Undique, 123 ; Unica

semper avis, 385 ; Unum quidem, sed

konem, 124; Ut casus dederit, 124 ;
Ut parta labuntur, 128; Utilia prudenti,
imprudenti futilia, 53.

tempus, 36, 494 ; l'oluptas ærumnosa,
277; l'ijt Adams appel Sproot, Ellinde
Zonde en Doodt, 132.

4. Ulysses and Diomed as an emblem, 5.
Unicorn, 371 ; Reusner, Brucioli, Penny
Cyclopædia, and

Camerarius, 372 ;
Shakespeare, 373.

V.

3. Vænius, quoted, Butterfly and candle,

152; Christian Love presenting the soul
to Christ, Plate II., 32; Conscience, 421;
Cupid felling a tree, 324; Elm and vine,
308; Fortune, 263; Rose and thorn,
333 ; Ship sailing, 437; Time leading
the seasons,

Plate XVII., 490, 491 ;
Two Cupids at work, 179 ; Venus dis-
pensing Cupid from his oaths, 328;
Wounded stag, 399; Amoruin Em-
blemata, Latin, English, and Italian,

179, 437.
Van der Veen, Adams appel, 1642, Plate

X., 132.
Van Hooghe, Frontispiece of Cebes, 1670,

p. 13
Virgil, Eneid, Bees, 359; Circe, 251 ;

Crests, 14; Shield of Eneas, 20; Sinon,
194; Stag wounded, 398 ; Swan, 214 ;
L'Encicle de l'irgile, Lyons, 1560, p. 36.

1. Vænius, 93; Zinnebeelden, 1603, p. 98;

Q. Horatii Fl. Emblemata, 1607 & 1612,
Pp. 36, 95 ; Amorum Emblemata, Latin,
English, and Italian, 1608, pp. 95, 99 ;
A morum Emblemata, Spanish, 1608,
pp. 99, 122; Amoris Divini Emblemata,

1615, pp. 32, 99.
Valence, Emblesmesdu Segnor Espagnol,

1608, pp. 93, 94.
Valerian, 80. See Pierius.
Vander Noot's Theatre, &c., 1568, pp. 87,

91.
Van Ghelen, Flem. trans. Navis stultorum,

1584, p. 90.
Van Vischer, Sinnepoppen (Emblem play),

1614, p. 98.
Verdier, trans. into French, Imagini, &c.,

1581, p. 87.
Villava, Empresas Espirituales, &c., 1613,

p. 99.
Virgil Solis, 85; Libellus sartorum, 1555,

p. 77; Figures for the New Testament,
and Artistic book of animals, between

1560 and 1568, p. 85.
Volucribus, de, sive de tribus columbis,

MS., 13th century, 44.

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2. Vel post mortem formidolosi, 205 ;

Veritas armata, 123; Veritas invicta,
264; Via, veritas, vita, 462 ; Victrix
animi equitas, 314; Victrix casta fides,
371 ; Video et taceo, 208; Vigilantia et
custodia, 210; Vina coronat, 101 ; Vincit
qui patitur, 315; Violentior exit, 154 ;
Vipera vim perdet, sine vi pariente puella,
47; Virgo salutatur, innupta manens gra-
vidatur, 47 ; Virtuti fortuna comes, 211;
Vine ut z'inas, 444; Volat irrevocabile

1. Watson, Shyope of Fooles, 1509, PP. 57,

65, 119.
Whitney, Choice of Emblemes, 1586, pp.

91, 120.
Willet, Sacrorum Emblematum Centuria,

1598, PP. 99, 100, 119, 120.

Wohlgemuth, Libri cronicarum, 1493,

p. 56.
Wyr True use of armorie, 1592, pp.

99, 100.

2. Wat den mensch aldermoest tot' conste

z'erwect? 82; Where the end is good,
all is good, 437; With manie blowes the
oke is ouerthrowen, 324.

bosom, 199 ; Shadows, 468; Ship tossed
by the waves, 435; Ship sailing forward,
436 ; Sirens, 254 ; Skull, 338 ; Snake
in the grass, 340 ; Snake on the finger,
342 ; Student entangled, 441 ; Sun set-
ting, 323; Swan, of poets, 217; Sword
on an anvil, 327; Time flying, 467 ;
Vine and olive, 249; Wreaths on a

spear, 222 ; Wrongs on marble, 460.
Wrangham, Plutarch, 431.

3. Walcott, Sacred Archæology, 1868,

p. 27
Waller, master-bee, 363.
Wedgwood, Life of, fictile ornament, 19.
Whitney, Fac-simile Reprint, 1866, p. 172;

Emblems quoted by Knight to illustrate

Hamlet, 396.
Whitney, quoted :--Definition of Emblems,

6; Actæon, 278; Adam hiding, 416;
Æneas bearing Anchises, 191 ; Ants and
grasshopper, 148 ; Ape and miser's gold,
128, 487 ; Arion and the dolphin, 281 ;
Astronomer and magnet, 335 ; Bacchus,
248 ; Ban-dog, 483 ; Barrel with holes,
332 ; Bear and ragged staff, 236 ; Bees,
361, 364 ; Brasidas, 195; Brutus, 202 ;
Chaos, 450 ; Child and motley fool,
484 ; Circe, 251 ; Cupid and death, 402;
Diligence and idleness, 146; Dog baying
the moon, 270 ; D. O. M., 464 ;
Drake's ship, 413 ; Elephant, 196 ; Elm
and vine, 308 ; Envy, 432 ; Fame armed
with a pen, 446; Fardel on a swimmer,
480; Fleece, golden, 229, 230; Fore.
head, 129; Fox and grapes, 311 ; Gold
on the touchstone, 178 ; Hares and dead
lion, 305; Harpocrates, silence, 208;
Hen eating her own eggs, 412 ; Hope
and Nemesis, 182 ; Icarus, 288 ; Intro.
ductory lines, D. O. M., 464 ; Inverted
torch, 173 ; Janus, 139, note; Laurel,
423 ; Lottery in London, 208 ; Medeia,
190; Mercury and lute, 256; Mouse
and oyster, 130 ; Narcissus, 295 ; Niobe,
293 ; Oak and reed, 315; Occasion,
260 ; Orpheus, 272 ; Ostrich stretching
out its wings, 370; Pelican, 395; Phænix,
387; Pine-trees in a storm, 476 ; Pro-
metheus, 267 ; Rose and thorn, 333;
Ruins and writings, 443 ; Serpent in the

4. Walker, Rev. T., 462.
Waves and siren, 125, note ; Waves with

sun over them, 125.
Wheat among bones, Paradin, 183; Came-

rarius, 184; Boissard and Messin, 185.
Wheel rolling into the sea, 124.
Whitehall, collection of paintings there,

founded by Henry VIII. and Charles I.,

III.
Who against us? Paradin and Whitney,

342 ; Shakespeare, 343.
Wilbraham, Tho., Esq., the old English

gentleman, 467.
William III., history of, in medals, 14.
Wings and feathers scattered, 124.
Wolf and ass, a fable, 52–54.
Woltmann, Holbein and his time, Death's

fool, 471; Shakespeare's mistakes as to

costume, 106.
Woodcock, so strives the, with the gin,

Shakespeare and Æsop, 319.
Words and forms of thought, come, the

same in Whitney and Shakespeare, 463.
World, inhabited, three-cornered, earth the

centre, Brucioli, 350 ; Sambucus, 351 ;
No America, 351, 352 ; Shakespeare,

352; Three-nooked world, 353.
World a stage, 133.
Wreath of chivalry, Paradin, 169; Shake-

speare, 168, 170.
Wreath of oak, Paradin, 224; Shakespeare,

225, 226.

Wreaths of victory, Whitney, Camerarius,

222; Shakespeare, 222, 223; Paradin,

224.
Writings remain, Whitney, 443 ; Boissard,

444 ; Shakespeare, 444, 445.
Wrongs on marble, Symeoni, 457; Para-

din, 458; Shakespeare, 459, 460 ;

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