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GENERAL INDEX

Abbott's Shakespearian Gram-Dowden, ii. 1. init., 156-158; iii.

mar, i. 1. 17-18, 24, 49; i. 2. 11, 1.81–86; iii. 2. init.; Epil. init.
19, 31, 53, 65, 80, 109, 118, Dyce, i. 2. 169; ii. 1. 308–309;
137, 222, 232, 244, 277, 406, iv. 1. 156.
439, 450; ii. 1. 82, 127, 130-
131, 163, 207, 220, 287, 296, Eden's History of Travayle, i. 2.
321; ii. 2. 15; iii. 1. 1, 37, 62, 373.
71, 79; iii. 2. 101, 106, 109; Essex' speech about Queen Eliza-
iii. 3. 53–56, 62, 80, 92, 93; beth, iv. 1. 192.
iv. 1. 123, 126, 218; v. 1. 15, ethical dative, i. 2. 244.

43, 139, 249, 310.
adverb as noun, i. 2. 50.

Frobisher, ii. 2. 34.
Amphion, ii. 1. 86–87.

Furness, i. 1. 69; i. 2. 53; ii. 1.
Apollo, ii. 1. 86–87.

104, 298; iii. 1. 15; iii. 2. 132.
Ariel's costume, i. 2. 188, 375. Furnivall, i. 2. 99–102.
aurum potabile, v. 1. 280.

General Practise of Physicke, i. 2.
Bacon, i. 2. 99-102; his Sylva 364.
Sylvarum, iv. 1. 156.

"genius,” as constituting a man's
badges of servants, v. 1. 267. personality, iv. 1. 27.
ballad of King Stephen, iv. 1. goitre, iii. 3. 45–46.
222-223.

golden whistle as mark of office,
bat-fowling, ii. 1. 185.

i. 1. 8.
Bermoothes, i. 2. 229.

Gonzalo's imaginary common-
Boswell, i. 2. 266.

wealth, ii. 1. 147-164.
Browning, i. 2. 180-184.

Gosse, i. 2. 376–380.

green sour ringlets,” v. 1. 37.
chess, v. 1. 164.
Coleridge, i. 2. 53, 237–204, 408; Hakluyt’s Voyages, i. 1. 38; i. 2.
ii. 1. init., 204–296.

198.
Coleridge, Hartley, iv. 1. 60–138. Hales, i. 2. 258.
Coryat’s Crudities, ii. 2. 33. Halliwell-Phillips, ii. 1. 190; ii.
crises in life, i. 2. 180–184.

2. 21.

Hanmer, i. 1. 69; iv. 1. 66.
"dead Indian,” ii. 2. 34.

Harting, ii. 2. 176.
Dis, iv. 1. 89.

Hawkins, iv. 1. 3.
Discovery of Guiana, iii. 3. 46–47. Henslowe, i. 2. 375.
Discovery of Witchcraft, i. 2. 326. Herford, ii. 1. 181.
double comparative, i. 2. 19, Heywood, i. 2. 370; his Philo-
439.

cothonista, ii. 2. 21.
double negative, i. 2. 406; iii. Humane Industry, iii. 3. 65.
2. 101.

Hymen's lamp, iv. i. 22–23.

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Johnson, i. 1. init.

Raleigh's Discovery of Guiana,
Jonson's Every Man out of his iii. 3. 46-47.

Humour, iii. 3. 48; his Fortu- red plague, i. 2. 364.
nate Isles, i. 2. 188; his Hy-
menæi, iv. 1. 97, 156.

St. Elmo's fire, i. 2. 198.
Juno's peacocks, iv. 1. 74. second personal pronoun, its use

in singular and plural, i. 2. 1.
kissing before dancing, i. 2. 378. Setebos, i. 2. 373.

Shakespeare's anti-communistic
Lamb, i. 2. 266.

leanings, ii. 1. 156-158; his
long spoon for eating with the seamanship, i. 1. init.; Ï. 2.
devil, ii. 2. 103.

44-55.
Lyly's Euphues, i. 2. 469.

Sir Huon de Bordeaux, v. 1. 164.
Lyte's Herbal, i. 1. 69.

Staunton, ii. 1. 94, 308–309; iv.

1. 231, 235-238.
Magellan, i. 2. 373.

Steevens, i. 2. 25; ii. 2. 176;
masque, its underlying concep- iii. 3. 65; v. 1. 164.

tion, iv. 1. init.; its merits, iv. Stevenson's Birds of Norfolk,
1. 60-138.

ii. 2. 176.
Medea's incantation, v. 1. 33–50. Strachey, i. 2. 334; i. 2. 176;
metaphor from carpentry, iv. 1. iii. 1. 9-10; üi. 2. 75.

239; from gardening, i. 2. 81;
from hunting, i. 2. 81; from textual notes, i. 1. 69; i. 2. 26,
theatre, ii. 1. 251.

29-31, 57-59, 99-102, 146,
miraculous harp, ii. 1. 86–87. 173, 200, 301-303, 339, 351-
Montaigne, ii. 1. 147–164.

362, 378–379, 381, 382–383,
Morality plays, ii. 2. 103.

396; ii. 1. 33, 94, 130-131, 168,
most busy lest, iii. 1. 15.

181, 243, 250, 279; ii. 2. 187;
Moulton, i. 2. 198, 457-459; üi. iii. 1. 15; üïi. 3. 36; iv. 1. 3, 9,
i. init.; ii. 3. init.; iv. 1. init. 123, 128, 156, 184, 231, 264;

v. 1. 23, 60, 129.
Nobody is Somebody, iii. 2. 136. Topsell's History of Foure-footed
nominative for accusative, i. 2. Beasts, iv. 1. 30.
80.

travelers' insurance in Eliza-
Notes and Queries, iii. 3. 65.

beth's time, iii. 3. 48.
Ogilby's Accurate Description of

Urchins' Dance, i. 2. 326.
Africa, i. 2. 266.

Venus' sparrows, iv. 1. 100.
Paphos, iv. 1. 93.

water with berries in it, i. 2. 334.
Philpott, i. 2. 99–102.

whom, with neuter antecedent, iii.
phoenix, iii. 3. 22–24.

3. 62.
pleonasm, ii. 1. 250.

Widow Dido, ii. 1. 76.
Pliny, iii. 3. 22–24.

word-play, i. 2. 83, 432; ii. 1.
Praise at Parting, iii. 3. 39.

16–20, 33, 104; iv. 1. 235–238,
prologues, ii. 1. 253.

239, 240
proverbs, i. 1. 31–36; i. 2. 94-95;

ii. 2. 86; iii. 2. 132; iii. 3. 39. I you and ye, use of, i. 2. 323.

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