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Respect of persons, vi. 401, 552.

Rest, the accomplishment of man's, what, vi.
399, 550.

Restoration, meaning of the fable of Deuca-
lion, vi. 737.

Resuscitatio, publication of, by Dr. Rawley.
vii. 114, 115.

apophthegms from the, vii. 167-173.
Retainer unlawful, by the king's farmers, vi. 87.
Retainers and riots, statute of Henry VII.
against, vi. 224.

Retribution, or Nemesis, vi. 737.
Revelation, vii. 222.

Revenge, essay on, vi. 384, 385.

a kind of wild justice, vi. 384.

for wrongs which there is no law to re-
medy, vi. 385.

public for the most part fortunate, ib.
meaning of the fable of Nemesis, vi. 737.
Revenues of England, vii. 61.
Reverence, that wherewith princes are girt
by God, vi. 408, 589.
Reversion, grant of, vii. 354.

how revocable, vii. 373.
differs from a remainder, vii. 492.
Revocation, things in their nature revocable
cannot by words be made irrevocable,
vii. 369-372.

where the completion of an act depends
upon something to be done by a third
party, the first parties cannot revoke,
vii. 372-374.

of uses, Bacon's argument in Stanhope's
case, vii. 556–566.

Rheums, the four causes of, vii. 183.
Rhodes, knights of, make Henry VII. protec
tor of their order, vi. 211.

Ribes, vi. 487.

Richard III. slain at Bosworth, vi. 27.

his murder of the princes in the Tower,
vi. 141-143.

Richard, Duke of York, son of Edward IV.
murdered in the Tower, vi. 132.
personated by Perkin Warbeck, ib.
Riches should not be in few hands in a state,
vi. 410.

are for spending, and spending for honour
and good actions, vi. 443, 530, 563.
essay on, vi. 460-462, 566, 567.
the baggage of virtue, 460, 566.
there is small enjoyment of great wealth,

have wings, vi. 462, 567.

in a state, too much ascribed to, vii. 55-61.
without military virtue, a prey, vii. 58.
competency better than surfeit, vii. 59.


profitable according to the hands in which
distributed, vii. 59, 60.

of the realm of England, vii. 61.
like muck, require spreading, vii. 160.
Richill, Mr., whom Littleton calls his master,
vii. 623.

Richmond, or Shine, tournament at the king's
palace, vi. 126.

Henry VII. dies there, vi. 20, 237.

palace of Henry VII. at, burned down,
vi. 195.-See Shine.

Riddles of the Sphinx, vi. 756, 757.

Rights are two, jus in re, and jus ad rem, vii.

division of, according to the civilians, vii.

Riots and retainers, statute of Henry VII.
against, vi. 224.

Risley, Sir John, sent ambassador to Maxi-
milian by Henry VII. vi. 127.
Ritchemount, Henry VII.'s death at, vi. 20,

Rivers of America, vi. 513.

Roberts, Jack, when asked by his tailor for a
bill of his hand, vii. 129.

saying concerning marriage, vii. 141.
Roman Empire, prophesied by Homer, vi. 463.
its decay, vi. 515.

extent of territory a cause of weakness,
vii. 50, 53.

united by the bond of naturalization, vii.

Romans, whence their magnanimity, vi. 415,

their method of extending the bounds of

their empire, vi. 448.

policy of their wars, vi. 450.
Cæsar to his mutinous soldiers, vii. 143.
Rome, reasons for visiting, vii. 164.

acceptance of a spiritual benefice from, is
a case of præmunire, vii. 741.

to procure a bull touching the king's pre-
rogative, the same, vii. 742.
Roses, the White and Red; their rival claims
to the throne, at Henry VII.'s accession, vi.
39, 40.
Roughness, a vice of men in authority, vi.
400, 551.

Roxalana, murderess of Mustapha, vi. 421.
Ruricolarum Deus Pan, cur, vi. 638.
Russian monks, their penances, vi. 471.
Russignon and Perpignian oppignorated to
the king of France, vi. 120.

restored by Charles VIII. to Ferdinando
and Isabella, vi. 129.


Sabbath, its nature, vi. 399, 551.

at the end of the world, vii. 221.
Sabinian revived heathen learning, vi. 513.
Sackford to Queen Elizabeth's remark on his
boots, vii. 137.

Sacramenta irrevocabilia, vi. 633, 634.
Naturæ, affinitatis vincla, vi. 634.

Sacraments, of Nature, relationships, vi. 706.
reverenced more by the Spaniards than
the French, vii. 150.

Sacrifice of Prometheus, vi. 750.
Sacrificium Promethei, vi. 669, 673.

Saint Alban's, victory of Charles VIÏI. at,
vi. 83.

Saint Aubin, victory of, vi. 77.

Saint Ermin, vii. 145.

Saint Paul, repairs of the steeple, vii. 180.
Saints of God, vii. 224.

Sagitta Cupidinis, quid, vi. 656.
Sale of chattels, vii. 499, 500.

Salique law, disputed between a Frenchman
and an Englishman, vii. 151,
the friar's argument, ib.

Salisbury, Earl of, De Sapientiâ Veterum
dedicated to him, vi. 619, 620, 689, 690.
Salomon on cunning, vi. 431.

on riches, vi. 460, 567.

on novelty, vi. 512.

concerning pleasures, vi. 764.
de voluptate, vi. 685.

Salt, colonists should be provided with store
of, vi. 459.

Salus populi suprema lex, vi. 509, 585.
Sapientia, opera ejus Fortudinis opera digni-
tate superant, vi. 647.

Sanctuary, doubts of Henry VII. as to vio-
lation of, vi. 196.

privileges of, curtailed by him, vi. 61,

not abolished by him until late in his
reign, vi. 21.

Sandwich, Perkin Warbeck lands at, vi.

Sandys, Lord, case of, vii. 399.

Sarisburiensis Comes, "De Sapientiâ Vete-
rum ei dedicatus, vi. 619, 620.
Sarza, to open the liver, vi. 437.
Saturday, Henry VII.'s lucky day, v J81.
Saturn, his castration, vi. 723.

downfall of his kingdom, vi. 724.

Saturnus, castratio ejus, vi. 649.

a regno detrusus, vi. 650.

Satyri, quid referunt, vi. 639.
Satyrs, emblems of old age, vi. 712.

Saul, prophecy of the Pythonissa to, vi. 463.
Savage, Sir John, killed before the walls of
Bulloigne, vi. 129.

Savages, how colonists should deal with, vi.

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Scintilla juris, vii. 446, 449, 615, 622
Scipio Africanus, of whom Livy says, Ultima
primis cedebant, vi. 478.
Scholastica, case of, vii. 636.

Schoolmen, like the astronomers, vii. 164.
Scotch laws praised, vii. 732.

Scotland, a refuge for English malcontents,
vi. 62.

death of James III. vi. 90.

declaration of war against, by Henry VII.
vi. 121, 122.

Henry VII. his preparations for war
averted by the Cornish rebellion, vi.

reception of Perkin Warbeck by James
IV. vi. 161-166.

probability of a union with England con-
templated by Henry VII. vi. 216.
union with England, vii. 39, 55.
case of the postnati, vii. 641-679.
Scots invade Northumberland, vi. 166, 171.
slain at Norham, vi. 199.

confluence of, to England, vii. 659.
Scottus, his answer to Charles the Bald, vii.


Scribonianus, his conspiracy against Claudius,
vii. 137.

Scripturæ ab ecclesiâ custoditæ, vii. 242.
Scriptures, canon of the, vii. 224.

in the custody of the Church, vii. 254.
authority of the Popish Church, to make
them a shipman's hose or nose of wax,
vii. 623.

Scylla and Charibdis, or the via media, vi.
676, 754.

Sea, the empire of, is an abridgment of a
monarchy, vi. 451.

naval power of Great Britain, ib.
how to drink up, vii. 154.

land left by, belongs to the Crown, vii.

Seamen, anecdotes of, vii. 185.

Sebastian, King of Portugal, his expedition
on Africk, vii. 19.

Second, place, that best to which all assign the
second place, vii. 78.

nobles, their value in a state, vi. 422.
Secrecy, the virtue of a confessor, vi. 387, 388.
in matter of counsel in a state, vi. 424,

a great means of obtaining suits, vi. 496,
529, 578.

Sects, religious, the vicissitudes of, vi. 514.

new, planted in three manners, ib.
how to put an end to, ib.

Seditions and troubles, essay on, vi. 406—
412, 589-591.

the materials of, vi. 408, 409, 590.
poverty and discontent, ib.

causes and motives of, vi: 409, 590.
remedies of, ib.

to remove want and poverty, vi. 410.
against tyranny, origin of, vi. 703.
Seeming wise, essay on, vi. 435-437, 565—

Seigniory, by homage, fealty, and rent, vii. 334.
Seisure, an argument of property, vii. 535.
Seized, in Statute of Uses, vii. 424.
Seizins, premier, vi. 218.

Sejanus, favourite of Tiberius, vi. 439.
Self, speech of a man's self ought to be seldom,
vi. 456, 565.

wisdom for a man's self, essay on, vi.
431-433, 561, 562.
Self-commendation, vi. 504, 586.
Self-love, illustrated by the fable of Narcissus,
vi. 705, 706.

Seldom cometh the better, vii. 202.
Selfishness, essay on, vi. 431-433, 561, 562.
Semele, her fate, vi. 740.

signifies the nature of good, vi. 741.
Jovis pellex, vi. 664.

Seneca, his prophecy of the discovery of
America, vi. 463, 465.

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Sequestrations, vii. 763, 764.

Serjeant's feast in Ely Place, Henry VII.
present at, vi. 158.

a second in the reign of Henry VII. vi.

Sermones Fideles, vi. 369.

Sermons without divinity, Bishop Andrews
on, vii. 159.

Serpens, nisi serpentem comederit, non fit
draco, vi. 472, 574.

Serpentum juventus perpetua, vi. 669,

Serpent, how, possessed of perpetual youth, vi.
745, 750.

be ye wise as serpents, vii. 245.
Servants, gambling by, prohibited by a statute
of Henry VII. vi. 224.

felony by, when not within 21 H. VIII.
vii. 349.-See Followers.

Sesa, Duke of, his saying concerning Pasquil,
vii. 130.

Seven wise men of Greece, vii. 154.
Severance of timber, vii. 527-545.

four manners of, vii. 533.

Severus, Septimius, his favourite Plautianus,


madness of his youth, vi. 477.
Sewers, commissions of, vii. 771-773.
Sfortza, Ludovico, services to Charles VIII.
vi. 158.

Shadow of Philip no longer after Chæronea
than before, vii. 152.

Shakespeare, resemblance between Perdita's
list of flowers and Bucon's Essay on Gardens,
vi. 486, 487.

Shaving, Zelim shaved his beard, why, vii.

Sheep-hook of Pan, why curved, vi. 711.
Shell, the Prior of, his case, vii. 656, 674.
Sheriff, false return by, vii. 346.

judge of hundred courts, vii. 467.
county-courts kept by, ib.
office of, vii. 466, 779.
Sheriff's Turn, institution of, vii. 466.
Sheriffwicks, patents of gaols reannexed to,
by Henry VII. vi. 223.

Shepherd, his government over his flock, vii.

Shine, Henry VII. calls a council at, vi. 49.
now Richmond, tournament at the King's
Palace, vi. 126.-See Shyne, Rich-
Shrewsbury, Earl of, joins Henry VII. at
Newark, vi. 57.

Shyne, palace of Henry VII. at Richmond
burned down, vi. 195.

Perkin Warbeck takes sanctuary at, vi
201.-See Shine.

Sickness, three things material in, vii. 162.
Sidney, Sir Henry, to the cuckold, vii. 131.
Sigismund the Transylvanian Prince, vii. 19.
Silence succeeded the fables of the poets, 'vi.

of the Grecian sage, vii. 155.
Sileni, in the train of Bacchus, vi. 712.
quid referunt, vi. 639.

Silentia antiquitatis, fabulæ poetarum exce-
perunt, vi. 625.

Silk, manufactured, importation of, prohibited
by statute of Henry VII. vi. 223.
Simnell, Lambert, the Pretender, vi. 44—59.
crowned at Dublin, vi. 54.

ends as a scullion in the royal kitchen, vi.

Simon, Richard, brings forward Lambert
Simnell, vi. 45.

why never brought to trial, vi. 47.
Simonides, his idea of God, vii. 158.
Simulation, essay on, vi. 387-389.
a vice, vi 389.
advantages of it, ib.
disadvantages, ib.
Sin, original, vii. 22
Singer, his edition


Bacon's Essays, vi.

Single life, essay on, vi. 391, 392, 547, 548.
doth well with churchmen, vi. 392.
Sirens, or Pleasure, meaning of the legend, vi.

interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 684-686.
Sixtus Quintus, Pope, his adventures after
death, vii. 135.

Skeleton of Lord Lovell discovered, vi. 58.
Skelton, a tailor, one of Perkin Warbeck's
councillors, vi. 189.

Skory, Sir Edward, vii. 182.
Slade's case, vii. 611.

Slavery, advantages of, in encouraging the
military spirit of a nation, vi. 449.
Slubbering on the lute, vii. 103.

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compared the people to the sea, and ora-
tors to the winds, vii. 158.
to Croesus, vii. 40, 55, 151, 178.
Somerset, Earl and Countess of, concerned in
the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury, vi. 321.
Somerset, Sir Charles, head of a naval expe-

dition in the reign of Henry VII., vi. 67.
friendly to suit of the four Shires, vii. 582,

Sonnet, written by Bacon, vii. 268.
Song combined with dance hath extreme grace,
vi. 467.

in dialogues, ib.
Sospetto licentia fede, vi. 455.

Soul, dry light the best, vii. 229.—See Light.
Spain, James Contibald sent by Maximilian to

negotiate a league with Henry VII. and
Maximilian against France, vi. 115.
her vast empire, vi. 448; vii. 40.
her standing army, vi. 451.
probability of her dismemberment, vi.

Sir John Digby's embassy to, vii. 3, 4.
results of the discovery of America, vii.


sun never sets on her dominions, ib.
war with the Low Countries, vii. 51.
jest of the Spanish soldiers in Portugal
when forbidden to plunder, vii. 634.
Spangs or Oes, vi. 468.

Spaniards of small dispatch, vi. 434.

seem wiser than they are, the French are
wiser than they seem, vi. 435, 565.
Spanish invasion of England, note by Bacon
in Camden respecting, vi. 358-361.
Sparta, the state like a river, why, vii. 140.
Spartan boys, their constancy under torture,
vi. 471.

Speculative studies acquire new vigour when
transplanted into active life, vi. 691.

Speed, character of his history, vi. 4.

his account of Perkin Warbeck misunder-
stood by Bacon, vi. 133.

Speech, like cloth of Arras, vi. 440.

the art of, vi. 455-457, 564, 565; vii.
109, 110.



discretion of, is more than eloquence, vi.
456, 565.

forbearance of, vii. 209.

of Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury, to
the Parliament, vi. 76-81.

of George Gagvien, Prior of the Trinity,
to the Council of Henry VII. vi. 104-

of Morton, the Chancellor, in answer, vi.

of Henry VII. to the Parliament sum-
moned in the 7th year of his reign, vi.

of Sir William Warham sent ambassador
from Henry VII. to the Archduke
Philip, vi. 145, 146.

of Perkin Warbeck to the King of Scots,
vi. 162-166.

Speeches inserted by Bacon in his History
of Henry VII. character of, vi. 75.
Spelling modernised, vi. 367.

Spenser, Sir Hugh, his banishment, vii. 669,

Spes in fundo vasis vix servata, vi. 670.
vigilantis somnium, vii. 230.
terrestris inutilis, vii. 236.

omnis in futuram vitam cælestem consu-
menda, vii. 237.

Sphinx, meaning of the legend, vi. 755.
her riddles of two kinds, vi. 757.

used by Augustus as his seal, ib.
interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 677-680.
Spials, employed by Henry VII. vi. 241, 242.
Spices, virtuous men likened to, vii. 160.
Spirit ethereal within the earth, represented

by the legend of Proserpine, vi. 758—761.
Spirits, creation of, vii. 220.

invocation of wicked, is felony, vii. 738.
Spiritus ætherius sub terra, per Proserpinam
significatus, vi. 681.

Spleen, steel taken for disease of, vi. 437.
Staddles of coppice wood, vi. 95, 446, 588.
Stafford, Edward, restored to his honours
and lands, vi. 40.

Stafford, Humphrey, his unsuccessful rebellion
against Henry VII. vi. 42, 43.

Stafford, Thomas, rebels against Henry VII.
vi. 42, 43.

Stag, why Nemesis mounted on, vi. 739.
Stairs in a palace, plan for, vi. 482.
Stanhope's case, of revocation of uses, Bacon's
argument in, vii. 447, 556–566.
Stanley, Thomas, Lord, created Earl of
Derby, vi. 34.

Stanley, Sir Thomas, entertains Henry VII.
at Latham, vi. 156,

Stanley, Sir William, crowned Henry VII.
at Bosworth Field, vi. 30.
favours Perkin Warbeck, vi. 140.
chamberlain to Henry VII. impeached
by Sir Robert Clifford, vi. 149.

his wealth, vi. 150.

beheaded, vi. 151.

his past services and rewards, vi. 152.

Stanley, Ferdinand, Earl of Derby, lawsuit

at his death for the dominion of the Isle of
Man, vi. 358.

Star Chamber, Court of, one of the noblest in-
stitutions of England, vi. 85.

its authority confirmed by Parliament, ib.
its composition and jurisdiction, ib..
authority of, vii. 379.

Stars of natural inclination, sometimes ob-
scured by the sun of virtue, vi. 480, 570.
Statua, why Cato had none, vii. 158.
Statutes of the realm, what, vii. 509.

mode of interpretation of, vii. 423, 424.
a statute cannot provide against its own
repeal, vii. 371.

of Uses, Bacon's reading on, in Gray's
Inn, vii. 395-445.-See Uses.
quoted by Bacon,

14 Edward III. c. 5, vii. 654, 655,

25 Edward III. of treason, vii. 736.
27 Edward III. c 5, vii. 678.

35 Edward III. vii. 652.
42 Edward III. c. 4, vii. 513.

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50 Edward III. c. 6, vii. 412.
1 Richard II. c. 9, vii. 411, 412.

2 Richard II. c. 3, ib.

7 Richard II. c. 12, ib.
15 Richard II. c. 5, ib.
4 Henry IV. c. 7, ib.

c. 18, vii. 514.

1 Richard III. c. 1, vii. 413.
c. 5, vii. 417.

11 Henry VI. c. 3, vii. 413.
c. 5, ib.

1 Henry VII. c. 1, vii. 414.

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1 William & Mary, c. 27, vii. 570.
Stealing, property acquired by, vii. 500.
Steel, to open the spleen, vi. 437.
Stella, loved by Plato, vii. 172.
Stellionate, crimes of, vi. 85.

Stenbeck, John, kinsman of Perkin Warbeck,
at Antwerp, vi. 134.

Stile, John, sent by Henry VII. to report on
the young Queen of Naples, vi. 227.
Stilpo, when the people flocked to stare at him,
vii. 159.

Stoics, their felicity that of a player, vii.

Stoke, near Newark, battle at, vi. 58.

Stone, the philosopher's, vi. 440.

Stowe, character of his History, vi. 4, 12.
Strange, Lord, joins Henry VII. at Newark,

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