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Eastcheap, the Boar's Head tavern in, xvi. 259.
why selected for Prince Henry's revels, xvii.
Edward the Confessor had the power of curing diseases;
.... the young King Edward V. question as to his
Eleanor, Queen, hostile to Prince Arthur from jealousy
Falstolfe, Sir John, real person in history, xviii. 15, 105.
Faulconbridge, Thomas Nevil, bastard son of Lord Faul-
Florio, whether he was pointed at in the character of
Fores, xi. 37.
Gadshill, account of a celebrated gang of robbers there,
Galen, spoken of as in the time of Coriolanus, xiv. 63.
Gascoigne, Sir William, chief justice, his conduct to
the time of his death mistaken, xvii. 113.
Grey, Sir John, xviii. 454.
Lady Elizabeth, afterwards Queen to Edward IV.
Grey, Sir Richard, son to Queen Elizabeth Grey, his
Guiscard, King of Sicily, prophecy that he should die at
Gurney, James, xv. 216.
Hastings, Lord, his condemnation, xix. 124.
.....his dissipation in early life denied, xvi. 152.
manner of his death, xviii. 533.
extravagant expences incurred by those who
the masque given to him by Wolsey, de-
Hotspur, why so called, xvi. 185.
Hotspur's wife mistakingly called Kate, her name was
Howard, Sir Thomas, afterwards Earl of Surrey temp.
I and J.
Jaques, St. his church at Orleans,
Iden or Eden, Alexander, put Cade to death, xviii. 329.
John, Prince of Lancaster, not Duke of Lancaster, xvi.
King, how often he was crowned, xv. 315...
John of Gaunt, only 58 when described as an old man,
Jourdan, Margery, the witch, xviii. 182.
Ipswich College, founded by Wolsey, xix. 449.
Isabella, wife to King Richard II. her marriage, xvi. 13.
duction in Richard II. xv. 146.
Julio Romano, xiv. 416.
Julius Cæsar's tower, the tower of London traditionally so
Lewis the Tenth, xvii. 270.
Lingare, the lady, daughter to Charlemagne, xvii. 269.
Luke's iron crown, xix. 153.
Lymoges confounded with Leopold Duke of Austria, xv.
Machiavel, frequent mention made of him in our old
Macdowald, xi. 16.
Mahomet inspired with a dove, xviii. 27.
Malmutius, xii. 96.
Margaret, widow of King Henry VI. her history, xix. 43.
Mortimer, mistakes with regard to two persons of that
Mortimer, Edmund, his genealogy, xvi. 220.
his history discussed, xviii. 68, 216.
Lord, confounded with Lord March, xvi. 335.
Morton, Bishop of Ely, xix. 120.
Nennius, xii. 94.
Norfolk, the Duke of, temp. Richard II. died in exile of
Dukes of, in Henry VIII. distinguished, xix. 418.
Oldcastle, the question discussed whether that was ori
Pace (Dr.), xix. 372.
Pannonians and Dalmatians, their revolt against the
Romans, xii. 97, 143.
Paracelsus, x. 375.
Patay, the battle of, xviii. 105.
Pendragon, xviii. 93.
Peter the hermit, xv. 323.
Percy, the name, said, by Boetius, to have been derived
Plantagenet, date and origin of that name, xv. 210.
Polydore, xii. 112.
Pompey, erroneous account of his death, xviii. 292.
Rhodope, xviii. 47.
Richard Cœur de Lion, his combat with a lion, xv. 220.
hide, xv. 220.
Richard II. remarkable for his extravagance in dress, xvi.
entertained at meat, every day, ten thousand
the manner of his murder discussed, xvi. 168.
Henry Earl of, afterwards Henry VII. xviii.
crown, xix. 200.
his family, and title to the
Rivers, Earl, his death, xix. 118.
Roscius, a comedian, not a tragedian, xviii. 537.
Salisbury, Earl of, temp. Henry V. his death, xviii. 426,
Shaw, Dr. xix. 134.
Shaw, Edmund, Dr. Shaw's brother, Lord Mayor, xix.
Shirley, Sir Robert, ambassador from Persia, xi. 427.
Sinchlo, an actor, v. 367.
Sly, William, an actor, v. 358.
Solyman, the magnificent, his ostentatious letter to the
Somerset, Duke of, temp. Henry VI. prophecies concern-
Stanley, Lord, xix. 216.
Suffolk, Duke of, temp. Henry VI. the manner of his
prophecies relating to it, xviii. 283.
Sweno, King of Norway, xi. 27.
Sylvester Pope, a prophecy that he should die in Jeru-
Talbot, Lord, the terror of the French, xviii. 39, 53.
Tarleton, sign of his eating-house, xi. 429.
Temple garden, contest there, between the two houses of
Tenantius, father to Cymbeline, xii. 9.
Turk Gregory, Pope Gregory the Seventh, so called, xvi.
Warwick, Richard Beauchamp Earl of, distinguished
Warwick, Richard Nevil Earl of, doubts with regard to
Wincot, v. 374.
Wolsey, the cause of his fall mis-stated; what suggested
his establishment exaggerated, xix. 431.