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Paternoster, wager about repeating, vii. 172.
Paulet, Sir Amice, his saying, "Stay awhile,
that we may end the sooner," vii. 136.
black eagle blown from the spire, an
Payne, his engraving of Henry VII. vi. 6.
commission of the, vii. 476.
conservators of, their office, vii. 468.-See
Pedigree, dispute as to, vii. 149.
Peers of the kingdom, mode of trial of, vii. 736,
Pegasus, interpretation of the fable, vi. 720.
Peile, saying of a Lacedæmonian prisoner at,
Pembroke Castle, Henry VII. born at, vi.
Pembroke, Jasper, Earl of, created Duke of
Penal Laws, administration of by Judges, vi.
shall not be taken by equity, vii. 360.
greatness of suffering endured, vii. 99.
utrum Pan filius ejus, vi. 633.
Pensions from Charles VIII. of France to the
Pentheus, or Curiosity, the fable interpreted,
his death, vi. 741, 743.
a mulieribus discerptus, vi. 665, 667.
Perils commonly ask to be paid in pleasures,
Perin, provost of, killed by the Cornish re-
Peripatetici, de stimulo materiæ per privatio-
philosophia eoruin nimis venerata, vi. 672.
held in too great honour, vi. 749.
defensive preparations against him perhaps,
raised up by Lady Margaret of Burgundy,
his qualifications for the part, vi. 133.
again imprisoned in the Tower, vi. 202.
Perpetuities, vii. 491, 544.
interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 641-643.
its geographical position, vii. 63.
Personal qualities, descriptions of, vii. 197,
Persuasion, the art of, vii. 77.
Peru, conquest of, whether justifiable, vii. 21,
Peryman's case, vii. 563.
Petitions - continued.
Petronius, his levity at the approach of
moriturus, vi. 685.
Petrucci, Cardinal, his conspiracy against
Phaeton, his car went but a day, vi. 512.
Philip of Macedon, of one who spoke evil of
the prisoner's appeal, vii. 147.
his dream respecting his wife, vi. 463.
proposed cross-marriages between their
Philip, King of Castile, in right of Joan his
on ill terms with Ferdinando, vi. 228.
driven by a storm into Weymouth, ib.
concludes a treaty, the Intercursus malus,
with him, vi. 232.
Philosophia, Orpheus, sive, vi. 684.
naturalis, opus ejus nobilissimum est in-
can induce contempt of pleasure, vi. 763.
Phocion, when the people applauded his
to Alexander's messenger, vii. 154.
Physicians have the power of the Church to
bind and loose, vii. 171.
how to select one, vi. 454, 563.
Pipe of Pan, an allegory, vi. 711.
lawfulness of wars on, vii. 32.
Pisistratus, correction in Camden's report of
Piso, his solemnity of countenance, vi. 436, 566.
Pius Quintus, worthy to be canonized, vii.
Place, great, essay on, vi. 398–401, 550-
Placita juris, opposed to regulæ juris, vii.
Plague in the 15th of Henry VII. in London
Planets, princes should resemble in their mo-
Plantagenet, Edward, son to the Duke of
confined by Richard III. vi. 46.
counterfeited by Lambert Symnell, vi. 48.
arraigned of treason and beheaded, vi.
Plantations, essay on, vi. 457-459.
all knowledge is but remembrance, vi.
to one that pitied Diogenes shivering,
to Diogenes, vii. 140.
to a young man at a dissolute house, vii.
enamoured of Stella, vii. 172.
Plautianus, favourite of Septimius Severus,
Play, the sin against the Holy Ghost, vii.
Pleading shall ever be taken strongest against
for ambiguity of words, vii. 338-340.
ambiguity that grows by reference,
incertainty of intendment, vii. 339,
impropriety of words, ib.
a man shall not disclose that which is
the ancient and exact form of, vii. 642.
fable of the Sirens, vi. 762, 764.
springs from the union of abundance with
Pliny on the arts of self-commendation, vi.
Pliny, Caius, made a collection of the mis-
of Timoleon, vii. 89.
of the commonwealth of bees, vii. 174.
of men of weak abilities in great place, ib.
good fame like fire, vii. 770, 771.
Plutus timidus, vii. 59.
Poco di matto, vi. 473, 574.
Poesy, vinum Dæmonum, vi. 378.
Poets, those much conversant with, become
the best writers, next to those who write
Poison, intended for A. taken by B. vii.
Poland, cause of its martial greatness, vi. 447.
malignant men make great politiques, vi.
Polycrates, his daughter's dream, vi. 463.
Pomegranate eaten by Proserpine, vi. 758,760.
his treatment of Sylla, vi. 438.
his war on the Cilician pirates, vii. 32.
his saying to Lucullus, vii. 140.
when advised not to embark during a
Pons, Gaspar, emissary from Pope Alexander
Pope likes no Tramontanes in Italy, vi. 118.
Popish recusants, vii. 743.
Population, effect of inclosures on, vi. 93-95.
should not exceed the stock of the king-
Portugal, Perkin Warbeck sent to, vi. 136.
Postnati, Bacon's argument in the case of,
corrected by himself, vii. 302.
suprema seipsum dissolvere potest, ligare
principis non est inclusa legibus, ques-
Poverty, the origin of seditions, vi. 408, 409,
its removal their cure, vi. 410, 590.
Power, a good thing, vii. 81.
knowledge itself is, vii. 253.
sent as ambassador by Henry VII. to the
sends the Earl of Kildare prisoner to
introduces the law of England into Ire
Ireland quieted by his commission, vi.
Præmunire, cases of, vii. 741, 742.
punishment, trial, and proceedings in
Præsentia corporis tollit errorem nominis ; et
Prætor fidei commissarius, vii. 408.
Praise, essay on, vi. 501-503, 581, 582
from good wishes, ib.
from malice, ib.
Premier seizins, vi. 218.
Prentise, Mr. Anthony Bacon's man, vii. 184.
Prerogative, royal, in the reign of Henry VII.
nature and exercise of, vi. 597-600;
notes on by Bacon, vii. 305.
may dispense with politic statutes, vii.
power of denizenation, vii. 650.
in war and peace, ib.
in matters of money, vii. 777.
in matters of trade and traffic, ib.
Prices to be regulated by government, vi. 410.
Priests, scandal of, a cause of Atheism, vi.
Prime, or cycle of weather, vi. 514.
Primitive ages, their wisdom either great or
Primum mobile, vi. 408.
a new, brought in by superstition, vi
Principum concilium, what, vi. 74.
Privilegium non valet contra rempublicam,
Probus, his saying "Si vixero, non opus erit
Proclamation, draft of one relating to the Welsh
Procus Junonis, sive Dedecus, interpretatio
Prodicus, his character in the Protagoras, vi.
Profession, every man a debtor to his, vii. 319.
Prometheus, meaning of the myth, vi. 745—
signifies Providence, vi. 746.
and Epimetheus, vi. 411, 590.
attempts the chastity of Minerva, vi. 752.
Promise, a woman's, vii. 174.
Promus, of formularies and elegancies, vii.
preface, vii. 189-195.
Property, in lands gained by entry, vii. 476
Seneca's of the discovery of America, ib.
of Christ in the time of Vespasian, ib.
of Regiomontanus, ib.
three causes which have given them credit
Proselytism by the sword, vi. 383, 543.
interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 680-682.
its virtue Temperance, ib.
best discovers vice, ib.
Protestantism in France, leagued against by
Proteus, or Matter, interpretation of the fable,
interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 651, 652.
Proverbs collected by Bacon, vii. 193, 200,
Providence signified by Prometheus, vi. 746.
must not be out of proportion to the seat
Provost of Perin, killed at Taunton, vi. 177.
Psalms translated by Lord Bacon, vii. 277,286.
XII. vii. 278, 279.
XC. vii. 279, 280.
CXXVI. vii. 284.
CXXXVII. vii. 266, 284, 285.
Publius Syrus, Mimi of, vii. 189.
Puebla, Doctor De, Spauish ambassador to
Henry VII. vi. 227.
Punctuality, vii. 173.
Pussle of business, vi. 550.
Puteanus, Petrus, depositary of Camden's
Annals of Queen Elizabeth, vi. 351.
Pyrrha and Deucalion, meaning of the fable,
Pyrrhus, Such another victory, and we are un-
Pythagoras his parable, Eat not the heart, vi.
describing his own condition to Hiero, vii.
Pythonissa, her prophecy to Saul, vi. 463.
Quadlins, vi. 487.
Quarrels, the causes of, vi. 418.
Quarter Sessions, vii. 470.
Queen, cannot be seized to a use, vii. 435.
her dower whether restored, ib.
Queen's College, Cambridge founded, vi. 51.
Rabelais, on his deathbed, vii. 131.
on the art of reconciliation, vii. 170.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, of the Ladies of the
to a cowardly fellow who was a good
of a nobleman who grew fat soon after
Madam, is the piggy served ? vii. 165.
Rape of Proserpine, vi. 758.
Rat, Gondomar's story to Bacon, vii. 170.
Flanders against Maximilian, vi.99, 123.
Raw material, vi. 410.
Recognisances, vii. 771.
Reconciliation, the art of, according to Rabe-
Recoveries, vii. 493-495.
References in Chancery, vii. 765, 766.
Reform, without bravery or scandal of for-
Reformation of the English Church, vii. 177.
Regiomontanus, his prophecy, vi. 464.
Religion of Bacon, vii. 215.
his creed, vii. 219-226.
a mean between superstition and atheism,
essay on unity in, vi. 381-384, 543—
origin of discords in, vi. 514.
Relligio tantum potuit suadere malorum, vi.
Remitter, vii. 350-352.
Remuant, vi. 473, 574.
Remusat, M. Charles de, on Bacon's confes-
Rent, cases upon, vii. 334-337, 339, 351,353.
Repugnancy, plea void for, vii. 339.
discreet servants a help to, vi. 505, 531.
words of, vii. 342, 343.