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GLOSSARY AND INDEX.

The numbers refer respectively to NOTE and PAGE.

after as, according to,.3, 229.
A.

Agamemnon, 41, 32.

Agesilaus, 17, 59; 21, 236; 15,
about, in circuit, 4, 101.

256.
Abrabanel, Isaac, II, 248. agitation, discussion, 4, 126.
abstract, unpractical, 8, 203. agreeably, suitably, 20, 190.
absurd, stupid, 8, 276.

alarum, 30, 44.
abuseth, misguides, 7, 248. Albert Durer, 8, 252.
accessary, 17, 93.

Alcibiades, 5, 252.
acting in song, 7, 222.

Alcoran, 1, 101.
action, 5, 75.

Alexander the Great, 9, 117.
actors, 26, 128; 11, 148. alley, bowling-alley, 7, 136.
aculeate, sharp, II, 324.

alleys, paths, 22, 263.
adamant, diamond, 8, 112. allow, praise, 3, III.
admiration, wonder, 2, 303. all together, as a whole, 10, 252.
admired, wondered at, 7, 144; Almaigne, Germany, 30, 334.
12, 290.

almost, frequently, 3, 251.
ado, trouble, 11, 59.

alone, by its own power, 2, 306.
Adrian, 20, 59.

Alphonsus of Castile, 16, 312.
adust, dry, scorched, 3, 217. ambition, 1, 217.
advancement, charities, 31, 205. an, if, 12, 142; 14, 236.
advised, cautious, 12, 112; 7, answerable, corresponding, 13,
319.

280.
advoutresses, adulteresses, 24, 120. answered, paid, 27, 244.
Æsop, 17, 256.

anticamera, 29, 264.
Æsop's cock, 12, 80.

Anti-masques, 15, 222.
affect, care for, 12, 227.

Antiochus and the Ætolians, II,
like, 7, 276.

307.
affectation, pedantry, 7, 290. Apelles, 8, 252.
affecting, aiming at, 4, 15; 1, 78; Apollonius of Tyana, II, 118;
appetite, 11, 276.

1, 147; 3, 311.

3, 160.

| Becket, 29, 120.
Appius Claudius, 4, 64.

become, come, 27, 263.
apposed, questioned, 24, 137. beginners, 3, 296.
apprehension and construction, beholding, beholden, 1, 63.
8, 324.

belike; probably, 12, 296.
Arbela, 12, 176.

bent, stalked grass, 21, 272.
arch-flatterer, 9, 303.

Bion, 14, 103
arching water, 29, 272.

births, offspring, 2, 144.
argument, subject, 7, 176; 15, blacks, funeral garments and
292.

hangings, 8, 23.
Argus, 7, 131.

bow, reputation, 10, 311.
Arians, 25, 333.

bowl, il, 142.
arietations, battering-rams, 35, bowling, 22, 292.
334.

brave, excellent, 13, 196.
Aristophanes, 17, 213.

(verb), to boast, 7, 65.
Aristotle, I, 159; 17, 307. bravery, boasting, 20, 71; 48, 96;
Arminians, 25, 333.

16, 148; 19, 219; 6, 230; 6,
arts of state, 10, 43.

307; I, 324.
as, that, 11, 51; 20, 52; 2, 69; Briareus, 8, 131.
7, 202.

broke, do business, 19, 204,
assay, attempt, 13, 93.

bruit, noise, 8, 307.
astrology, 5, 255.

Brutus, 7, 211.
Atlantis, 12, 332.

bullaces, wild plums, 17, 272.
at large, vague, 10, 290.

Burrhus, 27, 137.
atomic theory, 6, 102.

Busbechius, 8, 79.
attempers, modifies, 2, 84. busy, meddlesome, 10, 59; 4, 79.
audits, accounts, 13, 203. but, only, 32, 31.
Augustus Cæsar, 20, 24; 14, 161; butchers, assassins, 12, 231.

5, 247; 5, 251 ; 17, 313. by-matter, 21, 137.
Aulus Gellius, 13, 151.

by-way, side path, 32, 71; 26,
Aurelianus, 17, 313.

320.
avoidances, outlets, 31, 264.
away (verb), go away, 6, 303.

C.

B.

IO, 126.

baggage, hindrance, 1, 202.
balancing of trade, 35, 95.
bald noddle, 2, 130.
Baltazar Gerard, 8, 230.
band, bond, 1, 29; 18, 93.
banks, 8, 242.
barriers, 17, 223.
bastards, 15, 59.
bay-salt, 14, 196.
Bartholomew-tide, 20, 272.
beat over, search, 26, 293.

cabinet councils, secret councils,
cabinets, small rooms, 30, 264.
Cæsar, 53, 97; 14, 161; 17, 236;

3, 247.
Cain and Abel, 23, 59.
calendars, 1, 92.
canvasses, 5, 136.
capital, principal, 10, 319.
carbuncle, 17, 17.
card, map, 7, 112.
care, anxiety, 5, 50.

» (verb), to scruple, 8, 248.

carriage, bearing, 26, 44; 32, commendation, reputation, 2,
60.

187.
carry, bring to pass, 4, 306. commodities, 10, 196.
cashiered, dismissed, 8, 298. commodity, the, 7, 262.
cast (verb), to reckon up, 28, 163; common, belonging to all, 15, 93.
26, 263.

common-places, 4, 187.
cast (verb), to turn the scale, 15, common stock, 8, 195.
297.

communia maledicta, 13, 324.
casting the nativity, 12, 212. composition, combination, 37, 45;
castoreum, 8, 180,

15, 307
catchpoles, 22, 303.

composition, temperament, 6, 248.
Catherine de Medicis, 12, 212. compound employments, 9, 248.
cat in the pan, 26, 137.

comprehend, include, 23, 281.
Cato the Censor, 9, 235.

conceits, thoughts, 36, 45; 2, 202.
Celsus, 13, 181.

condition, state of life, 12, 51.
censure, opinion, 2, 175. conditores imperiorum, 15, 312.
certain, fixed, 7, 195.

confessor, 14, 43.
special, 24, 285. confidence, impudence, 10, 80.
certify, inform, 5, 195. conjunction, inseparable, 8, 126.
cessions, concessions, 25, 308. conscience, consciousness, 16, 70.
chain (of causes), 5, 102. consistories, 5, 112.
challenge, demand, 5, 280. content, please, 13, 189.
Chamaïris Fritellaria, 8, 271. contrivers, instigators, 29, 286.
chambers of presence, 23, 263.

contumely, 1, 106.
chapman, buyer, 20, 204. conversation, familiarity, 2, 159.
charges, bills of, 7, 51.

converse, live, deal with, 11,
Charles I, 9, 118.

226.
Charles the Great, 31, 334. convince, convict, 3, 101.
check, interfere, 15, 65; 2, 183. cornelian-tree, 9, 271.
chimneys, fire-places, 27, 272.

Cosmo I, 8, 35; 5, 248.
chop, quarrel, 29, 320.

creature, created thing, 22, 18.
Churchmen, clergymen, 13, 51. Crispus, 26, 120.
Cicero, 5, 69; 17, 103; 9, 151; cross (verb), to thwart, 6, 284.

9, 203; 16, 307; 19, 308; 37, cross-clauses, contradictory state-
320.

ments, 22, 30.
circumstances, introductory re- cross lies, 12, 307.
marks, 20, 190.

crossed, thwarted, 50, 60; 15, 81.
civil, tranquil, 8, 107; 14, 281. crudities, 2, 147.
» friendly, io, 160.

culled, selected, 10, 243.
» political, 9, 307; 26, 333. cunning, clever, 25, 24; 2, 135;
civility, civilisation, 2, 271. 4, 175.
close, secret, 32, 71; 13, 319. curious, inquisitive, 8, 59.
co-emption, 24, 205.

elaborate, 13, 148.
collation, 32, 120.

careful, 12, 300.
comely, handsome, I, 251. curiously, carefully, 14, 292.
comforteth, strengthens, 20, 231. customs, import and export duties,
Comineus, 15, 161.

22, 197
commanded, overlooked, 25, 19. Cyrus, 15, 312.

D.

E.
Damascene, the damson, II, 272. Eadgar, 16, 312.
deceit, deception, 14, 59. eccentrics and epicycles, 13, 108.
deceive, cheat, 34, 273.

edge (verb), to sharpen, 26, 244.
Decii, 25, 314.

Edward IV, 5, 252.
declaration, open recognition, 29, ejaculations, things thrown out,
244.

7, 59.
degenerate, degenerated, 24, 71. election, choice, 4, 255; 18, 281.
deliver, lead, 24, 272.

embaseth, debases, 29, 19.
deliveries, exhibitions, 5, 234. Empedocles, 3, 160.
Demetrius, 27, 120.

engaged, bound, 17, 231.
Democritus, 6, 102.

entertainment, pretext, 8, 285.
Demosthenes, 6, 75.

entrepenant, venturesome, 12,
depraving, defaming, II, 285. 235.
derive, turn aside, 36, 60.

envy, 2, 57.
desperate, severe, 8, 35.

Epaminondas, 21, 236.
destitute (verb), to desert, 27, 198. Epicureans, 24, 18; 5, 64; 13,
Diagoras, 14, 103.

103
diamond, 17, 17; 8, 112. Epimenides, 3, 159.
Diocletian, 9, 118.

Epimetheus, 8, 38; 50, 96.
disabling, injuring, 11, 285. equal, steady, 23, 320.
discharge, impose, 21, 313. equinoctia, equinoxes, 3, 92.
discourse, 1, 187.

equipollent, equivalent, 14, 231.
discoursing, discursive, 5, 16. equivocations, ambiguities, 27,
discover, disclose, 16, 38; 15, 43; 44.
21, 43; 15, 276.

Escurial, 12, 262.
discover, find out, 32, 44. espials, spies, 10, 280.
discovery, disclosure, 9, 243; 21, |-est (superlative), 5, 188.
285.

estates, nobles, 42, 61.
disemboltura, facility, 6, 234.

classes, professions, 12,
dispense, make up for, 9, 218. 280.
disposition of business, 3, 289. estivation, summer pleasure, 28,
dissimulation, I, 42.

263.
distasted, disgusted, 13, 285. even, level, 4, 34.
ditty, words of song, 6, 222. even with, recompensing, 1, 254.
divinely, by Divine inspiration, every, every one, 20, 94.
2, 247.

evil-favoured, ugly, 5, 229.
doctor, teacher, 8, 30.

except (verb), to deny, 9, 51.
doctrine, discipline, 2, 225. excusations, apologies, 15, 148;
doing and undoing, being done

24, 308.
and undone, 5, 126.

exercised fortune, 13, 235.
Domitian, 1o, 211.

exhaust, exhausted, 17, 51.
donatives, bribes, 37, 121. expect, wait for, 15, 204.
double-house, 24, 263.

expert, professional, 4, 289.
doubt (verb), to look out for, 24, express (verb), to give expression,
333.

5, 47.
duces belli, 22, 313.

express (verb), to explain, 26, 71.

F.

1, 26.

facility, 33, 71; 8, 300.

Galba, 23, 24; 37, 71; 53, 97 ;
facts, deeds, 46, 32.

8, 211.
fain, gladly, 10, 70.

Galen, 17, 307.
faint, cowardly, 2, 42.

Gallo-Græcia, 28, 333.
fair, quietly, 33, 44.

Gasca, 18, 256.
faith, truth, 32, 40.

Gaston de Foix, 5, 248.
fames, rumours, 6, 93.

generally, invariably, II, 43; 7,
fast, retentive, 19, 272.

180.
favour, countenance, 6, 252. generation, propagating, 2, 47.
feat, deed, 7, 117.

genitings, early apples, 13, 272.
feigned prices, fancy prices, 4, giddiness, inconstancy, 3, 15.
203.

gingles, rattles, playthings, 25,
felicity, fortune, 15, 236; 13, 312. 198.
fetch, to go round, 29, 137. give way, lead to success, 4, 296.
fetching, striking, 34, 334. giving counsel, being counselled,
first blood, II, 231.
coming, 16, 285.

globe, embodiment, 18, 70.
fix, to become rigid, 19, 231. glorious, boastful, 30, 205; 8,
fixed, inseparably connected, 6, 280; 5, 307.
255.

glory, boastfulness, 21, 320.
flags, armorial bearings, 4, 84. going, walking, 32, 273.
flashy, insipid, 16, 292.

gracious, deserving thanks, 15,
flat,
56, 97.

285.
flout, insult, 19, 190.

great spirit, noble nature, 4, 251.
Flower-de-Luces, 10, 272. green, unhealed, 10, 35.
flower of sulphur, 8, 160. Gregory the Great, 15, 332.
foil, adornment, 1, 299. growing-silk, vegetable silk, 15,
fond, foolish, 26, 162.

196.
fool, little of the, 11, 235. ground, fact, 14, 256.
foot-pace, 30, 320.

Gunpowder Plot, 42, 32.
foreign trade, 39, 96.
formal natures, 6, 299.
formalists, 6, 151.

H.
forms, manners, 3, 299.
foundations, endowments, 4, 47; haberdashers, small traders, 9,
30, 205.

136.
fretting, 9, 181.

habilitation, qualification, 33, 177.
Friar Clement, 8, 230.

half-lights, 9, 43.
friarly, 8, 203.

handle (verb), to arrange, 5, 217.
froward, obstinate, 8, 276. hand-mill, grind with a, 14, 127.
fruition, enjoyment, 3, 202. handy-works, 1, 271.
fume, fanciful cpinion, 19, 333. happy, fortunate, 2, 29; 8, 226.
Fury, 2, 64.

Henry VI, II, 211.
futile, leaky, communicative, 18, VII, 23, 177 ; 17, 313.
43; 13, 27.

Heraclitus, 22, 162.

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