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break with. III. 189.

breaft. IV. 51.
breath. VIIÍ. 82.

- XI. 300, 387, 610.

breathed. XI. 464, 560.

breathing courtesy. V. 535.

breech. III.

444

breeched. VII. 438.

breeches. IV. 228.

breeching. VI. 468.

breeds. IV. 242.

brewers bucket. IX. 138.

brewers horse. VIII. 521.

bribe buck. III. 482.

bridal. XV. 569.
bride bed. V.

170.
brief. V. 143.

VIII. 34, 561.

briefly. XII. 599.

bring. IX. 328.

bring out. XI. 604.

bring you. IV. 187.

brize. XI. 246.

XII, 558.

broach. XIII. 33.1,

broached. IX.

473:

brock. IV. 89.

XI. 281.
brogues. XIII. 168.
broken. XI. 164.
broken mouth. VI. 257.
broken mufick. VI. 22.
broken points. VI. 474.
broken senses. XIV. 186.
broken tears. XI. 371.
broker. III. 180.

- VIII. 67.

.XV. 413.

brach. VI. 389.

XI. 280.

- XIV. 57, 182.
braid. VI, 316.
brain's flow. XI. 659.
brake. IV. 218.

V. 77.
. X. 299.

XI. 450.
XV. 57..

brands. XIII. 88.
bras. IX. 442.
brasier. XI. 191.
braved. VI. 521.

-. X. 687.
bravely IX. 433.
bravery. IV. 203.

VI. 62.

brawl. V. 225 .

bray. VIII. 92.

break. XIII. 364.

break

up

V. 247, 439.

. IX. 527

brokes. VI. 294.
brooch. XI. 280.
brooched. XII. 538.
brooches. IX. 78.
brooded. VIII. 102.
broom groves. III. 121.
brotherhood. XI. 254.

XIV. 234.

211.

VI. 470.

brought. XII, 262.

burft. XV. 389.
brow of youth. X. 203. bury. VIII. 318.
brown paper. IV. 336. buth at taverns. VI. 172,

busky. VIII. 563.
Brownist. IV. 108.

but. III. 19.
brows. XV.
bruiling irons. X. 674. -.- XII. 411, 615, 649.
bruit. X. 362.

but shaft. V. 208.
- . XI. 647

buttery. VI. 398.
braited. VII. 576.

buxom. IX. 374.
- IX. 560.

buy and sell. XI. 23.
brush of time. X. 203.

buy this dear. V. 117.

buz. XV. 131.
brutish fting. VI. 62.
Brutus. X.
133.

by the mass. IX. 225.
buckle. IX. 18.
buckler. VIII. 457.
bucklers. IV. 544.

C.
Backlersbury. III. 419.
bod. XIII, 25.

caddis garter. VIII. 447.
boff jerkin. VIII. 375.

caddisles. VII. 135.
bug. X. 376.

cade. X. 136.
buggle boe. IX. 336.

cadent. XIV. 71,
bugle. IV. 412.
bugs. VI. 436.

Cain-coloured. III, 343.
XIII. 196.

caitiff. VIII. 203.
XV. 325.

Caius, Dr. III. 346.
bulk. X. 510.

cake is dough. VI. 543.
.XV. 95:

Calchas. XI. 224.
bully rock. III. 330.

calculate. XII. 266.
bumbard. III. 76.

calendar. XV. 332.
bumbards. XI. 198.

calendars, old. XIII. 442.
bung. IX, 84.

calf's skin. VIII. 79.
bunting. VI. 275.

Calipolis. IX. 92.
burgonet. X. 191.

caliver. IX. 138.

call. XII. 446.
Burgundy, Isabel, duchess of. called. X. 271.
X. 258.

callet. XV. 604.
burial. XV. 314.

calling. VI. 26.
burial feaft, XIV. 526. Cambridge, Richard, earl of.
burthen of a wooing dance. VI.

Camelot. XIV.
427.

98.
Borton heath. VI.

camomile. VIII. 473.

402.
burn day light. III. 356.

canaries. III. 377.

canary. V. 225.
burft. VI. 386.

cancel. XIII.
cancel. XI. 305.

cage. X. 138.

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XII. 452•

IX. 303;

XIV. 370.

VI. 238.

IX. 147
. . XIII. 527.

408.

XIII. 192.

XII. 556.

cap. XI. 618.

candle cases. VI. 474.

card. XV. 307, 332.
candle mine. IX. 105.

carded. VIII. 511.
candle walters. IV.

541.

Carduus Benedictus. IV. 491.
candles of the night. V. 539. care. IX. 200.
candlesticks. IX. 424.

XIV. 482.
canker. IV. 420.

care killed a cat. IV. 528.
. - VIII. 403

careful. IV. 140.
canker blossom. V.

107.

cariéres. III. 321.
cankers. VIII. 551.

carkanet. VII. 245.
cannibals. IX. 90.

carl. XIII. 192.
cannon. XV. 36.

carlot. VI. 122.
canopied. XIII. 67,
canítick. VIII. 494.

carnal. X. 629
cantle. VIII. 492.

....XV. 358.

carowses. XV. 348.
canton. VIII. 493.

carpet knight. IV. 126.
cantons. IV. 41.

carpets.

VI.

492.
canvas. IX. 96, 530.

carping. VIII. 512.
canvas climber. XIII. 527. carriage. XV. 14.

carries. XII. 554.
-- XV. 378.

carry. XI. 18, 440.
cap with fufpicion. IV. 409. carry coals. IX. 356.
capable. V. 265.

carry out. XIV. 265.
. VIII. 68.

cari. XV. 189.
X. 563.

carve. V. 333.
XI. 177, 354

carvel. V. 399.
XIV. 86.

carving fashion. IV. 447.
- XV. 233, 552.

case. IV. 158, 254.
capable impressure. VI, 117.
caparison. XII. 574.
Capell's monument. XIV. 535. case of lives. IX. 353.
capitulate. VIII. 517.

cased. XIII. 584.
carocchia. XI. 362.

cased ljon. VIII. 88.
capricious. VI. 103.

cases. XIII. 505.

XIV. 239.
captain. VI. 200.
captain of compliments. XIV. casques. IX. 264.

caffock. VI. 325.
420.
captious. VI. 227.

caft. III. 69.
captivate. IX. 559.

- IV. 282.
carack. XV. 404.
caraways. IX. 223.
carbonado. VIII. 582.

... XIII. 443•
carbonadoed. VI. 346.

--. XV. 394, 479.
carbuncle. XIII, 221, 296. caft beyond the moon. XV. 97.
carbuncles. XV. 142.

caft in his mood. XV. 496.
card. VII. 345.

caft lips. VI. UIT.

XIV. 325.

VI. 204

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VI. 302.
VII. 277:

VII. 430
IX. 209.

challenge. XI. 89.
challenging. XI. 431.
chamber. X. 549.
chamberers. XV. 533.
chambers. IX. 79, 349.

412.

XI. 52•

change. XII. 72.
changeling. V. 31.

. VII.

99.

. XV. 328.
channel. X. 269.
chantry. IV. 150.
chaos is come again. XV. 513.
chap. XIV. 431.
chapman. V. 210.
character. VII. 96.

cast the water. VII. 562.
Caftilian. III. 392.
Caftiliano volgo. IV. 15.
caftle. XI. 421.

- - XIII. 309.
cat in bottle. IV.
Cataian. III. 363.

--- IV. 58.
catch. IV. 57.
catch mere simplicity. XI. 374.
catling. XIV. 530.
catlings. XI. 354.
cavaleroes. IV. 229.
cavaliero. III. 366.
caveto. IX. 336.
caviare. XV. 137.
cautel. XV. 48.
cautelous. XII. 160, 283.
cauterize. XI. 643.
ceale. VI. 365.
... X. 196.
ceased. XI. 510.
censer. VI. 519.

- IX. 238.
censure. III. 179.

VII. 48.
IX. 557, 669.

27,
XI. II.
XIII. 469.
XIV. 268.

XV. 52, 664
censured. IV. 214.

XIV. 85
XV. 51.

charactery. III. 489.

XII. 294.

characts. IV. 358.
chares. XII. 643.
charge. IV. 405, 476.
charge house. V. 307.
chariest. XV. 49.
chariness. III. 359.
Charles wain. VIII. 413.
charm. X. 127, 389.

XV. 643.
charmed. VII. 578.

XIII. 1970
chariner. XV, 562.
charnico. X. 62.
charter. VI. 60.

'86, 539.

VIII. 49.

XII. 51.
XV. 433.

centre. XI. 252.
centuries. XII. 47.
ceremonious. X.

XII. 245.
certes. III. 105.

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V. 271.

VII. 290.
X1, 13
XV. 378.

chase. XI. 338.
chafte as the icicle. XII. 216.
Chatham, clerk of. X. 140.
chaudron. VII. 503.
cheater. IX. 82.
check. XIII. III.
checking. XV. 285.
cheer. V. 95, 161, 482.

520.
cherry pit. IV. 121.
cheveril. XI. 76.

cess. VIII. 413.
chace. IX. 2,8.
chafes. XI. 466.
chalice. XIII. 73.

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cheveril. XIV. 428.
cheveril glove. IV.97.
chew. XII. 245
chewet. VIII. 5640
chide. IX. 345.
chide with. XV. 605.
chides. XII. 360.
chiding. V. 128.

XI. 120, 247.

XIII. 488.
chief. XV. 52.
child. XIV.

172.
child changed. XIV. 252.
child of honour. XI. 146.
childing autumn. V. 49.
china dishes. IV. 223.
chop logick. XIV. 492.
choppine. XV. 135.
chopping VIII. 337.
chorus. XV. 195.
chough. III. 70.

claw.

-

XV. 330.

clack dish. IV. 304.
clamour. VII. 96, 138.

XIV. 218.
clang. VI. 435.
clap. VII. 17.
clap hands. IX. 487
clap in. IV. 340.
clapped i'che clout. IX. 127.
Clarence, Lionel, duke of. IX.

566.
IV.

420.
clean. VII. 216.

VIII. 267.

XI. 585
.. XII. 264.
clean kam. XII. 131.
clear life. III. ul.
cleareft. XIV. 232.
cleave. III. 130.
cleaving the pin. V. 255.
clerkly. III. 198, 467.
cley. XI. 11, 2074
cliff. XI. 407.
cling. VII. 571.
clinquant. XI. 11.
clip. III. 121.

XII. 608, 683
clipped. XII. 177.
clippeth. VIII. 157.
clipping. VII. 189.
close. VIII. 227.
close. exploit. X. 614.
closely. VIII. 124:
clothier's yard. XIV. 234.
clouds. IX. 112.

- XII. 623.
clout. V. 254.

XIV. 235
clouted. XIII. 168.
clown. VI. 212.
clown's dress. IV, 25,
clubs. VI. 151.

choughs. V. go.
christendom. VIII, 118.
christendoms. VI. 201.
chrysom. IX. 330.
chryftal button. VIII. 445.
chryftal glass. VII. 512.
chrystals. 1X. 336, 505.
chuck. V. 309

VII. 469.

XII. 598..
chuffs. VIII. 430.
cicatrice. VI. 117.
circummured. IV. 317.
circumstance. III. 246.

XV. 378.
circumstanced. XV. 572.
cital. VIII.

573.
cite. III, 209;
cittern head. V. 355.
civil. IV. 116.

VI. 83.

IX.

153, 293

XIII. 141.

XIV. 458.
civileit. X. 158.

IX. 533•
XI. 193.
XII. 277.
XIV. 331.

clutch. VII. 406.

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