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engaged. VIII. 560, 572.
engine. III. 62.

XIV. 69.
Englishman's suit. IV. 470.
engross. X. 596.
engrossing. XIV. 554.
engrossments. IX. 197.
enkindle. VII. 357.
enmesh. XV. 500.
enmew. IV. 282.
enonymus. XIV. 109.
enormous. XIV. 105.
enridged. XIV. 232.
ensconce. VI. 253.
enfeamed. XV. 231.
enshield beauty. IV. 262.
ensteeped. XV. 461.
ensues. XIII. 109.
entertain. XII. 167, 395.

- XIII. 181.
entertainment. XV. 531.
entire point. XIV, 26.
entreatments. XV. 57.
envious. X. 68.
enviously. XV. 258.
envy. V. 495, 506.

IX. 616.

VIJI. 533•
XI. 649

X. 324•

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. XII. 622.

XIV. 132
embowelled. X. 663.
embraced heaviness. V. 454.
empericutick, XII. 66.

294

XIII. 56.
employment. IV. 87.

- XI. 61, 101, 326.

XII. 48, 148, 152, 285,
668.

- XIII. 518.
Ephesian. III. 464.

empery. IX.

. - IX. 67.

XIV. 272

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emulation. IX. 625.

XI. 293•

XII. 19, 306.
emulous. XI, 298, 308.
en. XIII. 437:
enactures. XV. 192.
encave. XV. 581.
encounter. VII. 83.

epileptick visage. XIV. 98.
epitome. XII. 217.
equal. XI. 21.
equalities. XIV. 5.
equipage. III. 371.
erewhile. V. 249.
eringoes. III. 481.
Erpingham, Sir Thomas. IX,

402.
erring. XV. 448.
Erynnys. VIII. 357.
escape. XIII. 332.
efcheator, III. 337.

XIII. 25.

end. III. 266.
enfeoff. VIII. 514.
enforce. XII, 106.

expedience. VIII. 361.

escoted. XV. 127.
Elil. XV. 316.
Esperance. VIII. 575.
efpialls. IX. 535.

IX. 433•
XII. 431.

XV. 154•

essay. XIV. 36.
effential. XV. 458.
estate. XV. 213.
esteem. VI. 355.
estimable. IV. 45.
estimate. XII. 155.
estimation. VIII. 411.
eftridges. VIII. 544.
eternal plant. X. 324.
eterne. VII. 465.
even. XII. 2842

- XIV. 258.
- - XV. 476.
even christian. XV. 299.
ever among. IX. 225.
everlasting. VII. 275.
evil diet. X. 470.
evils. IV. 246.
... XI. 60.
eunuchs. IV.

expedient. VIII. 31, 225.

X. 87, 483•
expediently. VI. 75.
expert. XV. 456.
expiate. X. 578.
expire. XIII. 512.
expire the term. XIV. 378.
expoftulate. XV. 102.
expulsed. IX. 600.
exfufficate. XV. 526.
extasy. XV. 168, 234.
extend. XII. 423.

XIII. 8, 28, 77.
extend his passion. VII. 478.
extent. IV. 138.

..VI. 75.

extern. XV. 386.
extirp. IX. 600.
extracting. IV. 165.
extravagant. XV. 23, 393.
extremes. VII. 118.

- IX. 610.
extremity. XII. 158.

I 2.

-- V. 143•

XIII. 587.
XV. 641.

eyas musket. III. 414.
eyases. XV. 126.
eye. III. 55.

. XV. 254•

examined. VI.

294
excellent differences. XV. 332.
excrement. V. 309, 471.

VII. 167.
excrements. XV. 233.
execute. XI. 443.
execution. XV.

552.
executors. IX. 293.
exempt. VII. 241.

IX. 567.
exercise. X. 572.

XV. 558.
exhale. IX. 313.
exhibition. III. 190.

eyliads. III. 336.
eyne. V. 20.

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XIV. 35
XV. 432.

exigent. IX. 573.
exorcise. X. 34.
exorciser. XIII. 174.
exorcist. VI. 373.

... XII. 296.
expect. XI, 251.

fa sol a. XIV. 44.
face. IX. 653.
face of men. X. 281.
face royal. 1X. 25.
faced. VI. 520.

VIII. 567.
facinorous. VÍ. 255,
factious. XII. 268.
faculties. VII. 389.
faded. XV. 23.
fadge. IV. 49.

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VII. 239.

IX. 489.
..X. 676.
. X1. 527.

XIV. 127:

XII. 505

fashions. VI. 475.
fidge. V. 310.
fadings. VII, 134.

fast. XIII. 178.
fain. X. 42.

fast and loose. XII. 618.
fair. V. 14.

faft intent. XIV. 7.

Faftolfe, Sir John. IX. 514. See
VI. 80.

OLDCASTLE.
. VII. 230.
. XIV. 391.

fat and fulsome. IV. 155.
fairy. VII. 275.

favour. IV. 69, 323.

V. 16.
XII. 609.

VII. 188, 362, 380.
faithful man. X. 508.

- IX. 483.
faithfully. XI. 538.

XII. 269.
faitours. IX. 88.

-

XIII, 216, 524.
fall. IV. 216.


.. V. 151.

- XIV. 67.

- XV. 311, 568.
favours. VIII. 311, 517.

XIV. 191:
fault. VIII. 127.

Fauftus, Dr. III. 468.
fall and cease. XIV. 293.

fear. IV. 215
falls. XV. 591.

- IX. 15, 191, 203, 287.
false. XIII. 77:

X. 329, 376.
falfe as water. XV. 640.

.. XV. 406.
falling. VII. 237
falsely. IV. 258.

fear no colours. IV. 26.
.V. 184.

feared. V. 423.
- XII. 113.

fearful. III.
familiar. X. 162.

fearful bravery. XII. 373.
fan. V. 255

fearful guard. V. 422.
.. VIII.

fears. VIII. 395:
434.
fan bearer. XIV. 428, 437.

feast of death. IX. 627.
fancies and goodnights. IX. 146. feat. XIII. 10, 216, 545.
fancy. V. 14, 132, 470.

feather of wing. XIII, 60.
VI. 118, 141, 476.

feathers. XV. 198.

feature. VI, 102.
IX. 651.

X. 462.
fancy free. V. 56.

XIII. 220.
fang. XI. 585.

XIV. 211.
fans. III. 371.
fantastical. VII. 351.

federary VII. 52.
fantasticoes. XIV. 421.

fee. XV. 101.

fee farm. XI. 323.
fantasy. XII, 288.
fap. III. 321.

feeder. XII. 584.
.
far. XIII. 8.

feeders. XI. 524.
far off guilty. VII. 53.

feeding. VII. 132.
farced. IX. 415.

feeling. XIV. 245.
farre, VII. 152

feeling difputation. VIII. 499.
fashion. IX. 565.

feere. XIII. 324.

49.

. VII. 155.

XII. 502.

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XIV. 420.

XIII. 103.

XI, 217

fell of hair. VII. 568.

Finsbury. VIII. 503.

fire drake. XI. 191.
fellow. III. 93.

fire new.V. 192.
119.
fence. IV. 524.

firk. IX. 444.
X. 46.

first. XII. 160.
fencing. XV. 91.

first born in Ægypt. VI. 56.
fennel. XV. 276.

first house. V. 105.
feodary. IV. 265.

firstlings. VII. 515.
ferret. XII. 256.
fern seed. VIII. 423.

fistula. VI. 187

fit o'the face. XI. 43.
fertile bosom. VII. 18.
feftinately. V. 224.

fitchew. XI. 404.

XIV. 237
festival terms. IV. 542.
fer. IX. 352

XV. 585.
fitly. XII. 11.

fits. XI. 313:
few. VI.

427
fewness. IV. 20.

fits o’the season. VII. 517.
fico. III. 334.

five wits. IV. 144, 401.

XIV. 158.
fielded. XII. 33.
fierce. V. 372.

fixure. VII. 200.
XI. 13, 578.

fiack. V. 356.
XIII. 231.

flap dragon. V. 305.
fierce cause. VIII. 105.
fife. XV. 542.

flap dragons. VII. 98.
fig. IX. 234.

flap jacks. XIII. 445.

flaik, XIV. 476.
fig of Spain. IX. 378.

flaw. IX. 185.
fighting at court, IX. 606.
figo. IX. 378.
figures. VIII. 406.

.

X. 69.

IX. 99.

X. 90.

file. VII. 457

XI. 15.

XIl. 217.
XIII. 489.
XV. 312.

XIII, 282.
filed. VII. 453.
fillip. IX. 39.
fills. XI. 332.
finch
egg
XI.

402.
find. IX. 280.
... XIV. 130.
finder of madmen. IV. 122.
fine. VI. 399.
. . IX. 280.
fine end. IX. 329.
fine issues. IV. 185.
fineless. XV. 525
finely. X. 371.
finger in pye. XI. 13.

flaws. VII. 478.

- XIV. 135•
flecked. XIV. 412.
fleeting. X. 511.
flects. X. 67.

XII. 586.
Flemish drunkard. III. 353.
flesh and fell. XIV.

271.
fleshment. XIV.

IQI.
fewed. V. 129.
Flibbertigibhet. XIV. 165, 202.
flickering. XIV. ico.
flight. IV. 398.
Florentius. VI. 428.
Florio, John. V. 256.

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V. 457
IX. 304•

XI. 403•

X. 529.

VI. 44•
IX. 559

flote. III. 29.

forbid. VII. 345.
flourish. IV. 321.

force. IV. 284.
flourish my fortune. X. 500.
fout the sky. VII. 338.
flow of Nile. XII, 513.

- XI. 109, 307.

XII. 138.
flowering. X. 83.
flash youth. XII. 448.

forced. VII. 70, 122.
flying. X. 41.
foeman. IX. 138.

fordone. V. 168.
foin. III. 391.

foredid. XIV. 289.
foining. IV. 525

foredoes. XV. 95, 313, 628.
foins. XIV. 247

foredoomed. XIV. 295.
foison. III, 62, 124.

forefended. XIV. 261.
. IV. 212.

forellow. X. 278.
XII. 514.

forespent. IX. 11.
folds in. XII. 234.

foreltall. XIII. 135.
folly. XV. 640.

forestalled. IX. 214.
fond. IV. 243. 361.

forfeit. IV. 308. 385.
V.
109, 483.

forfeits of barbers' shop. IV.

373
X. 74. 586.

forgetive. IX. 180.
XI. 220.

forked head. VI. 39.
forked plague. XV. 534.

forks. XIV. 237.
fond done. VI. 218.

form. XII. 92.
fondly. IX. 173.

formal. VII. 298.
. X. 262.

XII. 496.
fool and death. XIII. 498.

formal capacity. IV. go.
fool and a physician. III. 433.

former. XII. 377.
fool and feather. XI. 45. forspoke. XII. 548.
fool begged. VII. 227.

forth. XIII. 436.
fools. XIV. 63.

-. XV. 621.
fools of Nature. XV. 68. forthcoming. X. 52.
fool's paradise. XIV. 432. forthright. IV. 338.
foot, XIII. 206.

fortune thy foe. III.
footcloth. X. 157, 583.

fortune's fool. XIV.

452.
forty. XI. 124.

forty pence. XI. 82.
..VI. 293.

forwearied. VIII. 45.
. VII. 142, 459

soul. VI. 105.
. . VIII. 67, 226.

XIV. 148.

Fox, bishop of Winton. XI.
. . XII. 211, 551.

123
- - XIII. 149, 161, 401, 427. fox. IX. 441.

foysons. VII. 531.
forage. VIII. 154.

fractions. XI. 528.

XIII. 159
..XV. 339.

418.

for. III. 242.
. . IV. 217.

. . XI. 491.

. XIV. 25.

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