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mope. XV.

XIII. 579.
XV. 407.

VI. 528.
IX. 495.
XI. 374.

VIII. 30.

IX. 355

- XV. 237:

518.

X. 91.

moody. XII. 492.

mother's pains. XIV. 71.
moones. V. 29.

motion. III. 1972
moonith. VI, 100.

VII. 116.
229.
mops and moes. III. u.
moral. IV. 491.

motive. VI. 337.

VIII. 200.

XI. 382, 655.

motley. VI. 60.
more. V. 493.

motley coat. XI.

mould of forms. XV. 167.
more above. XV. 106.

mould warp. VIII. 496.
more and less. VII. 564.
VIII. 558.

mountain. IV. 441.
- IX. 22.

mouse. V. 159, 312.
more better. III, 11.
more hair than wit. III. 243. mouse hunt. XIV.
more of might. XIII. 573. mousing. VIII. 51.
Morisco. X. 91.

mouths. IX.

343
morning's love. V. 113.

moys.

IX.

443.
morris dancers. VIII. 596. much. VI. 136.

IX. 85.
morris pike. VII. 281.

XI. 496.
morsel. 111. 72.

muck water. III. 394-

mule. XIV. 545
mort o' the deer. VII. 18.
mortal. VI. 51.

muffler. III. 448, 454.
XIII. 575.

... IX. 375.
-. XV. 462.

mules rode by Cardinals. XI.
mortal coil. XV. 158.

147.
mortal thoughts. VII. 374.

mulled. XII. 183.
mortal vefsel. XIII. 554.

Mulmutius. XIII. 99.
mortal worm, X. 109.

multiplying. XI. 575.

multitudinous. VIII. 422.
mortar. XIV. 96.
mortified. VII. 550.

mum budget. III. 477
Mortimer, Edmund, earl of mummy. XV. 563.
March. X. 5o.

mundane. XIII. 502.
Mortimer, Edward. IX. 569. murdering piece. XV. 266.
Morton, John, bishop of Ely. mure. IX. 189.

murky. VII. 547
mofed. XI. 608.

murrain. V. 42.
moft. XI. 568.

muscadel at weddings. VI. 482.
moft beft. XV. 106.

muse. III, 106.
mot. XIII. 454.

VI. 278.
mote. VIII. 122.

VII. 480.
moth. XV. 16.

- VIII. 93.
mother. IV. 215.

..XIV, 116.

X. 576.

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.. XII. 135

Muscovites. V.

· 319.
mulk rose. V. 64.
muss. XII. 580.
mustard. VI. 513.
mute and dumb. XV. 107.
mutine. XV. 230, 322.
mutines. VIII. 54.
mutton. IV. 307.

..IX. 107
mysteries. XI. 42.

neither of either. V. 342.
Nemean. XV. 70.
Neoptolemus. XI. 389.
nephew. IX. 576.
nephews. X. 606.

XV. 390.

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napkins. VII. 426.

XII. 336.
napless. XII. 77.
narrow seas. IX. 265.
native. IX. 410.
native things. VI. 204.
natural touch. VII. 516.
nature. IlI. 132, 144.
.... XII. 119.
native to the heart. XV, 28.
natures mischief. VII. 376.
nave. IX. 100.
nayword. III. 380, 477.

nether stocks. VIII. 150.

XIV. 112.
nettle of India. IV. 80.
never the nigher. VIII. 323.
Nevil, Thomas. X. 225.
Newgate fashion. VIII. 528,
newt. V. 65.

XIV. 168.
next. VIII. 505.
next way. VI. 217.

VII. 100.
nice. VI. 124

. IX. 18, 164.

X. 602.
XII. 354, 587.

XIV. 454, 5426
nicely. XIV. 100, 280,
nick. III. 257
nicked. XII. 571.
night rule. V. 88.
niil. XIII. 483.
nill you. V. 457.
nine holes. VII. 116.
nine mens' morris. V. 43.
no. IV. 350.
nobility. XV. 33.
noble. VIII. 464.
noble state. XI. 300.
noble touch. XII. 161.
Nobody, sign of. III. 101,
noddy. III. 176.

XI. 238.
noise. VII. 510.
noise of musicians. IX. 74.
nomination. X. 576.
nonce. VIII. 385
noontide prick. X. 240.
no point. V. 218, 328.
Norfolk, Thomas, duke of. XI,

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near. IX. 211.
neat. VII. 19.
neat slave. XIV.

94.
neb. VII. 26.
need, XI.

475
neeld. V. 102.

VIII, 164.
... XIII. 516, 570.
negatives. IV. 1852
negatives, use of. VII. 433.
neglection. XI. 255.

XIII. 509.
neif. V. 120.
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XV. 504.

not. XII, 1540
not ever. XI. 171.
notable argument. IV. 412.
note. XIV. 22-4.
note of expectation. VII. 472.
notorious. XV. 605.
nott pated. VIII. 445.
novice. X. 520.
novum, V.

350.
nought. VI. 7.
nourish. IX. 509.
nouzle. XIII. 429.
nowl. V. 89.
nurture. VI. 63.
puthook. IX. 237.

offering. VIII. 541.
officers of the night. XV. 396.
offices. VII. 401.

XI. 524
XII. 582.

XV. 478.
oft capt. XV. 377.
oily palm. XII. 420.
old. IV.

544•
V. 522.
VII. 426.

IX. 76.
old age. IV. 71.
old ends. IV. 415.
old news. VI. 473.
Oldcastle, fir John. VIII. 370,

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IX. 32,

0. IV. 91.
.. IX. 264.
.. XII, 661.
.- XIV. 62.
O Lord-fir. VI. 251.
Oberon. V. 39.
objected. IX. 564.
objects. XI. 598

XII. 348.
obligations. X. 141.
obsequious. X. 289, 471.

-XV. 32
observed. IX. 184.
observing. XI. 301.
obstacle. IX. 658.
obstinacy. XIIÍ. 510.
occupant. IX. 86.
occupation. XII. 191.
occupy. IX. 86.
occurrents. XV. 353.
odd even, XV. 392.
odd numbers. III. 475.
odds. XII. 491.
od's pitikins. XIII. 175.
Deliads. XIV. 223.
oe'r raught. VII. 222.

XV. 153
Oe's. V. 101, 314.

123, 253•
oiden time. VII. 480.
olds. XIV. 167.
Olivers and Rowlands. IX. 518.
omen. XV. 19.
omninous. XI. 422.
on. III. 193.
.- VIII, 100.

XI. 258.
on sleep. III. 155
on the way. XIV. 206.
once. III. 434.

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IV. 417.
VII. 252.
IX. 229.
XI. 34

XII. 93, 94, 365, 658.
one. XIII. 580.
one thing. XIII. 560.
onyers. VIII. 421.
opal. IV. 72.
operant. XV. 191.
opinion. VIII. 498,585.

XII. 2840

opposite. IV. 92, 119, 306.

X. 694.

XII. 81. oppression. XII. 606. or. VIII. 142. - - XIII. 83. ..XV. 235. or e'er III. 11. or ever. XV. 41. orbed ground. XV. 189. orbs. V. 30. orchard. XII, 271.

outward. VI. 280. outward habit of encounter. XV.

339. owe. IV. 43, 266.

V. 69, 204.

VII. 247, 565. .. - XII. 146.

XIII. 585.

- XV. 539. owed. X. 634. owes. III. 43.

- VIII. 45.

- XIV. 22, 58. owl a baker's daughter. XV.

261. own. VI. 278. oxlips. V. 61.

VII, 128.

P.

pace. VI. 344.

XI. 255•

pack. XIII. 334. packed. IV. 537. packing. VI. 542. packings XIV. 141. packs and sects. XIV. 269. paddock. XV. 201. pagan. XV. 410. pageant of nine worthies. V.

351. pageants. X. 630. paid. VIII. 458.

XIII, 172, 209. pain. IV. 263. pains. X. 492. painted cloth. VI. 93. painted hope, XII. 292. pair of sheers. IV. 190. palabras. IV. 493. pale. VII. 108.

XI. 451.

XV. 77

orchards. IV. 446. ordinance. XII. 135. ore. XV. 243. orgulous. XI. 214. orphan heirs. III. 484. Orpheus. III. 247 osprey. XII. 196. oftent. XII. 544. -. - XIII. 415. oftentation. IV. 507,

. IX. 62. other. V.

124. otherwhere. VII. 225. over blow. IX. 362. over come. VII. 484. overcrows. XV. 352. overpleached. IX. 481. overfcutched. IX. 146. overt test. XV. 420. overture. XII. 54. - XIV.

195. overwrested. XI. 257. ounce. V. 66. Ouph. III. 461. ousell cock. V. 81. out. III. 13

IX. 61.

XI. 15.
XII. 179.

out of haunt. XV. 243.
out, out. III. 224.
outcry. VI. 88.
outlook. VIII, 162.
outvied. VI. 464.

X. 2440

. XV. 80. pale as lead. V. 4736

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pale reflex. XIV. 482.
pall. VII. 376.
...XV. 323.
palled. XII. 517.
palmers. VI. 292.
palmy. XV. 16.
palter. VII. 578.

XI. 308, 410.

XII. 283
paly. XIV. 503.
panfies. XV. 275.
pantaloon. VI.68.
pap of a hatchet. X, 160.
papers. XI. 15.
paragon, XIII.

. 525.
paragoned. XI. 97
parallel. XV. 499.
parallels. XI. 257.
parcell. III. 324.

XIV. 190, 229.
pass assurance. VI. 510.
pass on. IV. 217.
passage. XV. 622.
passages. VI. 186.
passages of proof. XV. 288.
passed. III. 329.

XI. 236.
passed in probation. VII. 456.
passes. III. 451.

IV. 377
XI. 464

XII. 249.

. IV.

222.

XII. 574, 668.
parcell gilt. IX. 53.
pardonnez moi. VIII. 337.
pardonnez moys. XIV. 421,
parget. XII. 665.
Paris garden. XI. 189.
parith. XIII. 163.
parish top. IV. 15.
paritor. V. 240.
parle. XV. 10.
parlous. V. 75.

passing. X. 375
paflion. III. 272.
passionate. VIII. 64.

. XIII. 316.
pafiy measure. IV. 159.
pasture. XI. 581.
Patay, battle of. XI. 609.
patch. V. 443.

VII. 248, 555.
patches. V. 88.
path. XII. 280.
pathetical. VI. 133.
patience perforce. XIV. 386.
patient, XIII. 258.
patrons, praying for. XIV. 16.
pattern. X. 473.
pattins. V. 526.
pavan. IV. 160.
paved fountain. V. 41.
pauca. III. 316.
paucas pallabris. VI. 386.
pawn. XIV. 17.
pay. III. 53, 467.

X. 546.

part. VII. 250.
... X. 201.
partake. VII. 203.
partaker. IX. 576.
partakes. XIII. 411.
parted. XI. 175, 342.
partial flander. VIII. 219.
participate. XII. 11.
particular. IV. 351.
partizan. XII. 512.
Partlet. VII. 70.

IV. 130.

VIII. 524.

VII. 286.
IX.

411.
pax. IX. 376.
peacock. XV. 200.
’pear. XV. 271.
pearl. VII. 582.
pearls of praise. V. +76.

parts. XV, 533
party. XIV. 82.
pah. VII. 19.

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