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pearcods. VI. 50.
peat. VI. 415.
pecks. V. 332.
peculiar. IV. 194.
pedant. VI. 507.
peer. XV. 484.
peer out. III. 445.
peevith. III. 279.

VI. 122.
VII. 271, 291.
IX. 395,655.
X. 396, 650.

periods. XI. 473.
perish. X. 99.
perjure. V. 273.
periwig. III. 273.
periwigs. XI. 601.
per se. XI. 229.
persever. XV. 105.

P. XV. 170

XIII. 563

person. V. 265.
personating. XI. 636.
perspective. IV. 162.

XI. 423;

IX. 495.

XI. 246.

XV. 271.

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XI. 397.
XIV. 105.

V. 30.

XI. 520.
XII. 453.

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Peg a Ramsay. IV. 58. perspectives. VIII. 247.
Pegasus. VI. 525.

perturb. XV. 89.

pervert. XIII. 92.
peize. V. 468.

pestilence. XV. 500.
X. 673

pew fellow. X. 629.
pelican. XIV. 159.

pewter. VI. 462.

phantasm. V. 249.
pelting. IV. 240.

phantasma. XII. 279.
42.

pheere. XII. 392.
pheefe. VI. 385.

.XI. 306.
Pendragon. IX. 596.

pheeser. III. 331.
pennons. IX. 370.

Philip, Sparrow. VIII. 24.
pensioners. III. 377.

philosophers stone. IX. 148.
penthouse lid. VII. 345.
peonied. III. 118.

phlegmatic. VI. 512.
people. XIV. 70.

Phoenix. III. 104.
pepper gingerbread. VIII. 504. phænix. IX. 639.-
perdu. XIV. 254.

pia mater. XI. 278.
perdurable. IX. 447.

pick. XI, 199.
perdy. VII. 289.

XII. 18.
. XV. 201.

pick axes. XIII, 181.
perfect. VII. 94, 460, 520. picked. V. 302.

308.

picked man. VIII. 21.
perfect thought. VIII, 173. pickers, XV. 203.
perfectest report. VII. 370.
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picking of teeth. VII. 168.
perforce. X. 469.

Pickt hatch. III. 373.
periapts. IX. 645.

pick thanks. VIII. 508.
Perigenia. V. 40.

pie. IX. 207.
perilous. IX. 265

XI. 4940
XIII.

XV.

101, 160.

piece. XI. 358.
period. III. 456.
periods. V. 147

11. 57:
XIII, 267

X. 496.

24.

VII. 50.

piece of him. XV. 7.

plage. XIV. 31.
piece of virtue. XIIÍ. 564. plague. V. 339.
pieled priest. IX. 529.

plagued. VIII. 41.
pierce. VIII. 581.
pierced. XV. 429.

plain. III. 157.
pigeon holes. VII. 115. plain song. V. 82.
pight. XI. 449.

plaited. XIV. 29.
.. XIV. 84.

plainly. XII. 213.
pilche. XIII. 440.

planched. IV. 317.
pilcher. XIV. 449.

plantage. XI. 331.
pild. IV. 190.

Plantagenet. VIII. 17.
piled. IX. 537;

plantain leaf, XIV. 351.
pillacock. XIV. 160.

plants. XII, 511.
pillars. XI. 84.

plates. XII. 663.
pilled. X. 494.

platforms. IX. 553.
pin. XIV. 419.

plaufive, XV. 62.
pin and web. VII.

play the men. III. 6.
pinched. III. 270.

play the touch. X. 613.

played the prize. XIII. 272.
pinfold. XIV. go.

players, rewards to. VI. 395.
pink eyne. XII. 520.

plays at universities. XV. 180.
pinnace. III. 338.

pleached. XII. 630.

plot. XII. 145.
pin's fee. XV. 69.

:..XV.

257.
pioneers. XV. 541.

ploughed. XIII. 566.
pious chansons. XY, 134. pluck a crow, VII. 252.
piping wind. V. 41.

plurify. XV. 289.
piss tallow. III. 480.

ply. VI. 412.
pissing while. III. 264.

point. III. 25.
piftol. VIII. 469.
pitch. VIII. 475.

point device. IV. 94.

point devise. V. 303.
pitch and pay. IX. 335.
pitchers have ears. X. 546. points. IV. 27.
piteously. XIII. 350.
pith. IV. 213.

- VIII. 460.

poisoned voice. IX. 662.
pith and marrow. XV. 61. poize. XIV. 88.
pitiful hearted. VIII. 451.
pix. IX. 376.

poking fticks. VII. 137.
place. VI. 45.

Polack. XV. 11.
X.
329.

politick regard. XI. 352.
places VII. 44.

polled. XII. 182.
placket. V. 239.

pomander. VII. 161.
VII. 162.

pome water. V. 25.

Pompey. X. 133.
XIV. 162.

pons chansons, XV. 134.

X. 130

IX. 12.

XV. 163.

- VI, 100.

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XV. 512

X1. 295:

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XI. 24.

pooped. XIII. 533.
poor fool. IV. 170, 478.

X. 283.

XIV. 296.
poor jade. IX. 11.
poor John. XIV. 327.
poor worm. XIII. 407.
Popering. XIV. 396.
popinjay. VIII. 392.
popularity. IX. 274.
porcupine. XV. 74.
porpentine. VII. 266.
porpus. XIII. 441.
porringer. VI. 517,

powerful grace. XIV. 414-
powers. XI. 91.
pox.
V.

314
practice. IV. 361, 362.

XIV. 121.
practise. IX. 592.

- XII. 465.

- - XV. 291, 654.
præmunire. XI. 129.
praise. IV. 39.
praise in parting. III. 106.
prank. IV. 74.

XII. III.
pranked. VII. 119.
pray in aid. XII. 655:
praying after plays. IX. 254
precedent. VIII. 156.

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port. VI. 421.

XI. 375

X. 592•

portable. VII. 531.
portage. IX. 350.

XIII. 489.
portance. XII.

107.

precept. IX. 206.

XV. 422•

precision. III. 351.
prefer. V. 137

porter. XI. 509.
Portia. XII. 363.
ports. XII. 47, 228.
ports of flumber. IX. 194.
poffefs. IV. 65, 318, 536.

XII. 395.
XIII. 453•
- XV. 475.

VIII. 250
XI. 375

possessed. V. 415.

XII. 67.

pregnancy. IX. 36.
pregnant. IV. 48, 102, 182,
217

XIII. 177, 519.

XV. 116, 178.
premised. X. 196.
prenominate. XV. 92.
preordinance. XII. 33.
prescribes. XIV. 28.
presence. XI. 100.

XIII. 579.
XIV. 549.

poffeffions. III. 278.
poflets. VIL. 414.
poft. IV. 42.

VII. 220.
potatoes. III. 481.

XI. 410, 453•
potch. XII. 58.
potency. XIV. 19.
potents. VIII. 51.
poulter. VIII. 477.
pouncet box. VIII. 392.
powder. VIII. 589.
power. XI. 256.

present. III. 7.

:. VII. 26, 379.
prefent fears. VII. 359.
preserved. IV. 243.
press money. XIV. 233.
pressed. XII. 25.
preilure. XV. 175.
preit. V. 406.

- XIII. 512

pouts. XI. 26.

XII. 93, 552.
XIV. 19.

presupposed. IV. 169.

- V. 410.

X. 485
. XI, 17

pretence. III. 227.

profanity. XV. 176.
- VII. 80, 441.

profession. VI. 239.
XIV. 38, 54

prognostication. VII. 171.
pretend. VII. 445.

progress. XV. 250.
- IX. 608, 610.

project. XII. 665.
pretended. III. 221.

projection. IX. 340.
pretty. IX. 290.

prolixious. IV. 269.
prevent.

IX.
40,
611.

prologue. XV. 19.
- XII. 380.

prompture. IV. 270.
prevented. IV. 102.

prone. IV. 201.
prices at playhouses. XI. 194.

XIII. 211.
prick. XI. 95:

proof. IX. 179.
prick eared. IX.
312.

propagate. XI. 472.
prick of noon. XIV. 429. propagation. IV. 199.
prick out. V. 351.

proper. IV. 378, 457.
pricket. V. 260.
pricking of thumbs. VII, 505.

- IX. 63.
pricks. III. 76.
pride. IX. 593.
pride of place, VII. 444:

XIV. 6.
prieft's office at funerals. VII. proper man. III. 250.
154

properties. III. 463.
prig. VII. 108, 116.

- V. 28.
prime. VI. 245.

property. VI. 246, 397.
primer baseness. XI. 32.
primero. III. 469.

prophecy of events. VII. 432.
. XI. 161.

proportion. IV. 189.
principality. III. 212.

propose. IV. 460, 461.
principals. XIII. 496.
princox. XIV. 386.

propriety. XV. 489.
print, in. III. 201.

prorogue. XIII. 574.

prorogued. XIV. 404.
printing. X. 156.

prosperous. XI. 646.
private plot. X. 59.
prize. X. 250.

provand. XII. 78.
prize me. XIV. 10.

provant. XIV. 393.
probal. XV. 499.

provincial. IV. 372.
proceed. V. 185

Provincial roses. XV. 198.

provoking. XIV. 174.
process. XII. 410.

provoft. IV. 215.
prodigious. V. 170.

proud to do. XII. 76.

prune. VIII. 366.
XII. 266.

prunes. XIII, 206.
proface. IX. 225.

pruning. V. 284.
profane. IX. 245.

Puck. V. 35.
. XV. 391, 467

pudder. XIV. 148.
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XII. 349.

IX. 220.

V. 237;

XV. 433.

Vl. 504

VIII. 70.
XI. 406.

XV. 547

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XII. 17

XV. 489.

pugging. VII. 108.
puke ftocking. VIII. 446.
pun. XI. 276.
punk. III. 381.
pur. XIV. 180.
purchase. VIII. 424.
purchase of land. IV. 136.
purchased, IX. 203.

XII.

444.
purlieu. VI. 140.
pursuivants. IX. 573.
pussel. IX. 542.
put, IV. 179.
put her down. VI. 546.
put himself. XV. 478.
put it on. XIV. 63.
put on. VIII. 544.

.XIII. 189.
-.- XV. 358, 466.
put out the light. XV. 628.
puts forth. XII. 22.
putter on. VII, 56.
putter out, III, 107.
putting down. III. 353.
putting on. IV. 331.
puttock. XIII. 17.
pyramides. XII. 659.
pyramises. XII. 514.

quart d'ecu. VI. 333.
quarter. VIII, 172.
quartered. XIII. 186.
quat. XV. 69.
queasy. XIV. 81.
Queen Mab. XIV. 371.
quell. V. 169.

VII. 398.
queller. XI. 438.
quench. XIII. 41.
quern. V.

34.
quest. IV. 320.

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quest of love. XIV. 21.
quests. XV. 403.
question. IV, 263.

X. 518.

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XI. 29.

V.61, 503.
VI. 113

VII. 107, 184.

XII. 109.

IX. 270
XI. 356.

XV. 15, 127, 153,
412.
questionable. XV. 66.
questioning. VI. 168.
queftrifts. XIV. 189.
quick. V. 189.

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IX. 322.
XI. 590

quail. VI. 43.

VIII. 538.

- XI. 403•
..- XIII, 219.
quailing. X. 278.
quails. XII. 490.
quaint. III. 474.

V. 64.

XII. 640.

XII. 672.
quick winds. IV. 424.
quicken. VI. 413.
quiddets. XV. 305
quietus. XV. 160.
quill. X. 22.
quillets. V. 291.

XI. 602.

XV. 301, 504
quintain, VI. 27. 175.

X. 109.

quake. XII. 51.
qualification. XV. 475.
quality. III. 25, 253, 484.
- IV. 328.

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