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Hercules, 8, 38.
heresies, 4, 29.
Hermogenes, 13, 249.
Hernandez Gonzalo, 10, 324.
herse-like, funereal, 13, 38.
high, noble, I, 37.
his, its, 5, 141.
holpen, 12, 145; 3, 175.

prevented, 17, 127.
hooded, blindfolded, 4, 112.
hortatives, addresses, 16, 51.
Hortensius Quintus, 14, 249.
hostages, pledges, I, 50.
howsoever, although, 20, 17.
humorous, capricious, 10, 51.
humour, 2, 217.

caprice, 8, 290.

inflamed, decried, 21, 119.
influences, flowings, 4. 48.
information, to make, 7, 285.
infused, indoctrinated, 2, 229.
ingenuously, frankly, 48, 32.
in gross, completely, 20, 332.
innovations, i, 144.
interest, influence, 13, 307.
interlace, mix, 29, 71.
intervenient, mingled, 39, 321.
invectives, 2, 242.
invention, inventive faculty, 1,

247
invisible, unsuspected, 12, 43.
inward, secret, 31, 71; 16, 152.
Isabella I, 2, 299.
Ismael I, 5, 252; 15, 312.

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17, 108.
... ways, 5, 261.

idle, foolish, 34, 71.

jade, overdo, 8, 188.
idol, 6, 64.

Janizaries, 37, 121.
ill husband, 8, 311.

Jaureguy, 8, 230.
» markets, 5, 261.

jealous, 3, 29
» purgings, violent medicines, judgment, discernment, insight,

14, 75; 3, 187; 3, 289.

justs, jousts, 17, 222.
impatient, fretful, 7, 70. Jupiter, 11, 203.
impediments, hindrances, 2, 50. Justinian, 16, 312.
impertinences, things not pertain- Juvenal, 26, 24.

ing, 6, 50.
implicit, 33, 31.
importeth, is important, 15, 30.

K.
importune, importunate, 43, 61;
3, 225; 3, 280.

kind, family, 8, 47.
imposeth, 8, 16.

knee-timber, 23, 81.
imposthumations, abscesses, 49, knap, knoll, 4, 261.
96.

knots, garden-beds, 32, 272.
impropriate, 49, 178.,
in, into, I, 22.
incensed, burnt, 15, 38.

L.
incurreth, 22, 59.
Indians, Hindoos, 15, 231. later schools, 9, 16.
indifferent, impartial, 26, 44 ; 7, lay, to, 7, 226.
84; 30, 128.

leads, flat roof, 18, 263.
indifferent, o no consequence, 14, League, 16, 93; 20, 119; 18,
51.

297.

learned, educated, 5, 290.

23, 31; 6, 35; 16, 81; 5, 160;
Legend, 1, 101.

6, 332.
legislatores, 16, 312.

mere-stone, boundary stone, 9,
Lethe, 4, 331.

319.
Leucippus, 6, 102.

meum and tuum, 40, 321.
levity, fickleness, 19, 59. mew, 17, 176.
liberatores, 17, 312.

Mezereon, 7, 271.
life, success, 4, 284.

milken, milky, 10, 235.
light of sense, 23, 18.

mines, industries, 41, 96.
(verb), to fall, alight, 13, miracles, wonders, 3, 37; 27,
253.

333.
lively, vividly, 9, 38.

misanthropi, 20, 81.
bright, 14, 38.

mistresses, sweethearts, 19, 52.
Livy, 15, 249.

model, plan, 25, 31.
looses, discharges, 32, 138. moderator, examiner, 11, 148.
Lucan, 26, 94.

moil, drudge, 18, 197.
Lucian, 14, 103.

Momus, 6, 261.
Lucretius, 24, 18; 41, 32. money, begetting money, 6, 242.
Lucullus, 9, 262; 7, 296.

lying still, 12, 243.
lurcheth, snatches up, 8, 262. monopolies, 24, 205.
Lycurgus, 16, 312.

Montaigne, 31, 19.
moral, mannerly, 19, 43.

more, greater, 9, 252.
M.

Morris-dance, 12, 30.

mortgage, 20, 243.
Machiavel, 4, 229.

motions, incitements, 17, 85.
Macro, 12, 218.

mought, might, 15, 136.
make, tend, 12, 16; 11, 243. mountebanks, 12, 75.
benefit, 9, 102.

muck, manure, 42, 96.
Marcus Antonius, 4, 64. mummeries, 13, 17.

Regulus, 25, 313. muniting, strengthening, 35, 31.
marish, marshy, 23, 198. murdering princes, 44, 32.
marked, observed, 22, 43. mystery, secret meaning, 8, 38;
marshalling, order, 14, 312. 17, 43.
Martial, 20, 127.
masques, I, 221; 13, 17.
master of scoffing, 12, 30.
mate, match, 1o, 23.
help, 30, 94.

Narcissus, 20, 137.
matter, real point, 17, 30. narrow, limited, 11, 332.
the, 5, 331.

Narses, 17, 59.
mean, low-born, 2, 296.

naturalisation, 26, 177.
Melocotones, quince-trees, 14, naught, utterly disreputable, 21,
272.

204.
memory, history, 2, 209. Nebuchadnezzar's tree, 25, 177.
mercenary, 16, 176.

negatives (double), 1, 47.
Mercury rod, caduceus, 45, 32. negotiis pares, 24, 313.
mere, merely, downright, 16, 23; never, 8, 217.

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N.

newel, 19, 263.

parable, metaphor, 17, 161.
nice, fastidious, 28, 177. pardon, favour, 12, 252.
nobles, second, gentry, 34, 120. Paris, judgment of, 12, 65.
nominative repeated, 12, 189. parlour, 17, 263.
note, information, 20, 285. participes curarum, 20, 313.
noted, observed, 1, 57.

particular, partial, 9, 332.
nothing near, 5, 131.

passable, tolerable, 16, 281.
Numa Pompilius, 3, 160. passport, dismissal, 9, 183.

patres patria, 19, 313

Paul's, cathedral, 30, 137.
0.

pedigree, 5, 84.

pennywise, 28, 205.
obnoxious, liable, 23, 127; 14, perfect in compliments, 9, 300.
218; 10, 256.

perfection, accomplishment, 30,
obsequies, funerals, 8, 23.

268.
obtaineth, wins,' 27, 320. perfidious, 30, 19.
occasion, 6, 188; 7, 188; 2, perforce, 12, 303.
234.

perish, destroy, 16, 161.
odds, 6, 131.

perpetuity, continuation, 2, 47.
oes, rings, 13, 222.

perturb, disturb, 7, 106.
of, concerning, 17, 189.

Phaeton's car, 7, 332.
from, 2, 180.

Philanthropia, 2, 78.
officious, useful, 11, 256. Philip IV of France, 5, 252.
civil, 11, 289.

pieced, patched, 34, 31.
of long, for a long time, 18, 319. Pilate, I, 15.
opinion, reputation, 17, 152. pineapple-trees, 4, 271.
oracles, 1, 209.

placed, successful, 11, 296.
oraculous speeches, 27, 44.

plantations, colonies, 1, 194.
orange-tawny bonnets, 5, 242. Plato, 21, 214; 2, 331.
oratory, 4, 74.

Plato's Great Year, 18, 332.
orchard, 2, 120.

plausible, seeking applause, 6, 319.
Order, class of rank, 6, 117. Plautus, 13, 59.
ostracism, 38, 60.

Plinius Secundus, 19, 308.
Ottoman, 15, 312.

Plutarch, 18, 48; 22, 52; 3, 106.
out of countenance, II, 303.

Pluto, 11, 203.
overcome, manage successfully, helmet of, 9, 131.
16, 204.

Plutus, 11, 203.
overspeaking, garrulous, 20, 330. point (verb), to appoint, 20, 263.
overt, open, 36, 31.

point de Vice, 15, 300.
Ovid, 11, 189; 5, 226; 20, 292. politics, politicians, 13, 30; 4,
owing, owed, 3, 180.

polling, plundering, 33, 320.

Polycrates, 6, 210.
P.

popular, fawning, 60, 97.

states, democracies, 10, 75.
pack cards, 4, 136.

poser, questioner, 14, 189.
pairs, injures, il, 145.

practice, conspiracy, trickery, 37,
Pallas, 16, 127.

32 ; 14, 276.

42; 22, 81.

R.

Prætorian Guards, 37, 121. quality, noble birth, 4, 303.
precincts, 30, 320.

quarrel, excuse, 21, 52.
predictions, I, 209.

quarrels of jurisdiction, 34, 320.
prejudice, injury, il, 196. quarter, limit, 14, 65.
pre-occupateth, 13, 23.

queching, flinching, 16, 231.
prescription, previous reputation, quick, alive, 6, 23.
9, 276.

quire, 5, 222.
presence, demeanour, 2, 251.
present wit, presence of mind, 18,

292.
pressed, strained, 17, 319.
prest, ready, 38, 177.

Rabelais, 12, 30.
prick in, plant, 13, 112; 30, 273. race and time, 3, 324.
prime of markets, 15, 204. rage (verb), to grow mad, 39,
primum mobile, 19, 93; 9, 107; 244.
20, 297.

raisers, founders, 7, 47.
private, private usé, 9, 195. ranges, rows, 33, 273.
privateness, privacy, 8, 72. Ravaillac, 8, 230.
Probus, 53, 97.

reason, reasonable, 4, 50; 6,70
Prometheus, 8, 38; 50, 96.

ordinary rule, 13, 256.
pronounce, declare officially, 3, recamera, 29, 264.
318.

receipt, receptacle, 28, 272.
proof, result, 14, 48.

reciproque, reciprocal, 10, 65.
propagatores, 18, 313.

reduce, trace back, 23, 71.
proper, peculiar, 3, 47; 19, 297; referendaries, referees, 12, 285.
12, 324.

Regiomontanus, 16, 213.
prophecies, I, 209.

reglement, regulation, 22, 243.
propriety, 9, 30.

regular, consistent, 25, 71.
propugnatores imperii, 18, 313. Rehoboam, 6, 126.
prospect, looking forth, 27, 19. reins, kidneys, 23, 292.
prospectives, optical glasses, 7, relation, narrative, 11, 65.
151.

relative pronoun, omission of, 12,
Protagoras, 14, 151.

249.
proud riches, 7, 203.

remove the lot, change the luck,
provoked, incited, 15, 23.
purchase, 13, 296.

removes, removals, 9, 112.
purchasing land, 16, 243. reparation of a denial, 25, 286.
purprise, 30, 320

resorts, 31, 137.
push, pimple, 17, 303.

respected, regarded, 11, 47.
putting tricks, imposing, 34, 138. respects, motives, 34, 71; 6, 84.
puzzle, embarrassment, 12, 70.

deference, II, 300 ; 14,
Pythagoras, 18, 48.

303
Pythonissa, 3, 210.

rests (for musketry), 25, 162.
retiring, retirement, 2, 219.

returns, sides, 15, 262.
Q.

revenge, I, 34.

revenges, public, II, 35.
quality, gentry, 37, 96.

revocable, 14, 324

35, 60.

right earth, 4, 141.

signs and miracles, 27, 333.
rise in suit, 27, 286.

singular, special, 22, 127.
Romulus, 15, 312.

sinister, 3, 135.
round, straight forward, 28, 19; Siren, 2, 64.
35, 44.

sit, hold, 14, 243.
Roxolana, 22, 119.

so, so that, 26, 19.
royal, grand, 3, 271.

soap-ashes, vegetable soaps, 17,

197

Socrates, 19, 259; 17, 307.
S.

softness, indecision, 20, 281.

sold, cheated, 6, 203.
Sabinian, 16, 332.

Solon, 15, 176 ; 16, 312.
safe, salutary, 47, 96.

solution of continuity, severance,
Sallust, 15, 119.

6, 30.
salvatores, 17, 312.

Solyman I, 22, 119.
sarza, sarsaparilla, 8, 160.

sort, agree, 5, 43 ; 9, 226.
scandals, causes of offence, 5, 29. lead to, 15, 48; 11, 160.
scantling, smallness, 23, 313. spangs, spangles, 14, 222.
schisms, 4, 29.

Spanish Armada, 15, 212.
schoolmen, 12, 107; 24, 292. Spartianus, 4, 247.
seat, site, 2, 261.

speculative, inquisitive, 21, 127.
second, secondary, 5, 284.

heresies, 25, 333.
secundum genera, 24, 127. spending, I, 165.
secure, 31, 94.

spials, spies, 12, 256.
security, freedom from care, 5, 38. staddles, 20, 176.
seek to, to be at a loss, 23, 243. stand, difficulty, 10, 16; 17, 243.
seeled, having the eyelids sewn, state, rank, 31, 120.

states, estates, nobles, 18, 219.
seelings, inner surfaces, 21, 308. statua, statue, 21, 162.
Selim, 22, 119.

St Bernard, 26, 31 ; 15, 103.
senates, II, 75.

St Bartholomew, massacre of, 42,
Seneca, 7, 23; 18, 24; 2, 37; 32.

4, 37 ; 18, 48; 13, 70 ; 5, steal, 30, 71.
210; 19, 308.

still, always, 9, 70; 19,
Septimius Severus, 24, 24; 14, 81; 24, 198; 6, 217.
161; 3, 247

stirps, families, 3, 84.
serve, be applicable to, 8, 203. stock, produce, 36, 95.
services, service-trees, 16, 272. Stoics, 25, 24; 1, 324.
several, distinct, 7, 43; 9, 47 ; stonds, impediments, 7, 235.

stout, bold, 10, 176 ; 4, 183.
shall, 3, 22.

stoved, grown in a hot-house, 7
shot, injured, 26, 81.

271.
show, pretence, 4, 318.

strait, strict, 43, 96; 14, 300.
showeth, appeareth, 15, 17. straits, 12, 166.

(causative), 9, 23. strangers, foreigners, 32, 95.
shrewd, vicious, 1, 140.

studies, I, 288.
Sibylla's offer, 1, 130.

style, title, 14, 212.
side, join a party, 39, 72. success, issue, 5, 275.

II, 218.

13, 262.

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