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dropped out of the text, words, 7, 29,

44, 73, 77, 84, 89, 96, 102, 103, 105,

114.
dry basting, 33.
dry-foot, draws, 80.
durance, 77, 86.
Dyrrhachium (Durazzo), 6, 8.

claim, heaven's, 60.
clean, 11.
clock, 18.
coil, 50.
coll (probably omitted), 89.
common, 31.
compact, 57.
companion, 94.
conceit, 58, 83.
conjurer, 92.
consort, 15.
construction, change of, 102.
copy, 104.
Corinth, 8.
counter, the, 80,
counter, hound that runs, 80.
countermands, 79.
countries, 63.
Court of Wards, 23, 108, 10g.
cozenage, 19.
creeks, 79.
crow, pluck a, 53.
curtal dog, 65.
customers, 94.
cuts, draw, 124.

earnest, 31.

earth's wonder, 58.
eat with the devil, 89.
ecstasy, 94.
either, 71.
Elizabeth, Queen, 58.
elm, 42.
Elton quoted, 80.
elves, 43
Έφέσια αλεξιφάρμακα, 19.
'Εφέσια γράμματα, 19.

Epidamnum, 5.
Epidaurus, 8.
everlasting garment, 77.
excrement, 35.
exempt, 42.
eye, finger in the, 44.
face (corrupted into "ass "), 50.
face me down, 46.
fair, 27.
fairy, 78.
fairy land, 43
faith, 65.

fall, 39.

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dam, devil's, 88.
dark-working, 19.
Davies, John, 6.
deadly, 96.
dearly, 39.
decline, 58.
deer, 27.
defeatures, 27, 117.
deformed, deforming, 24, 117.
demean, 90.
desert, 55
devil, 77, 89.
devil's dam, 88.
dinner, mend our, 88.
disloyalty, become, 57.
distemperatures, 106.
doggerel verses, 124.
doom, 3.
doors made, 54.
double negative, 75.
doubtful, 7.
Dowsabell, 74.
draw cuts, I24.
draw dry-foot, 8o.
drone, 44
drop of blood, 89.

falsing, 36.
Faustus, 89.
feast, gossips', 123.
felicity, 123.
festivity, 123.
find . . . forth, 16.
fine and recovery, 34.
finger in the eye, 44.
Aint, 65.
“Ay pride,” 90.
folded, 58.
fool, nick like a, 110.
fool-begg'd patience, 23.
formal, 107.
forth, find, 16.
for why, 62.
fury, 78.

garment, everlasting, 77.

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genders (confusion of), 105.

insconce, 32.
Genius, 119.

inserted in text, words wrongly, 38,
Gillian, 48.

46, 72, 75, 110.
Ginn, 48.

intestine, 4.
good now, 92.

“iterated words," 102.
good time, 33.

Iuliana (error of F 1 for “ Luciana"),
good welcome, 47.

56.
good will, 47
gossips' feast, 123.

jerkin, buff, 77.
grained, 118.

jest, 31.
grain, in, 62.

jollity, 36.
grass, 44.

joy, 123.
grime of lust, 40.

Judgement, 8o.
growing, 68.
guilders, 3, 68.

keep fair quarter, 29.
guilty to, 66.

key of untun'd cares, 118.

kinsman, 105.
hair (and heir), 63.

kiss (probably omitted), 89.
hair, more, than wit, 35.

kitchen’d, 124.
hand, 47

kitchen-vestal, 95.
hands, hold your, 19.
hard, 63.
harlots, 112.

lac'd, 22.
hatch, 49. .

lamp, 118.

lands, narrow, 79, 80.
head, holy, 26.
healthful, 9.

lanes, 80.
heart, dear heart's dearer, 60. Lapland sorcerers, 83.
heaven's claim, 60.

lapwing, 76.
heavy (dropped out), 105.

lash'd, 21.
heel, by the, 78.

latter-born, 8.
heir (and hair), 63.

lean, 62.
hell, 80, 81.

leather (case in), 26.
help, 12.

legal terms or references, 4, II, 23,
helpful, 9.

31, 34, 47, 55, 68, 77-82, 85, 86,
helpless, 23.

106, 107, 108, 116.

liberties of sin, 20.
Henry of Navarre, 63.
hit of, 58.

light, 59, 88.
hold your hands, 19.

limbo, Tartar, 77.
holy head, 26.

lives upon succession, 58.
horn-mad, 24.

living dead man, 114.
host, 13.

long spoon, 89.
host, at, 123.

love, of a, 11.
hound that runs counter, 80.

love-springs, 56.
hous’d, 55.

Luce, 50.
humour, 14.

lunatics, treatment of, 114.
Hycke Scorner (morality) quoted, 109. lust, grime of, 40.
idle moss, 42.

mad as a buck, 52.
i' faith, 52.

made, doors, 54.
impeach, 116.

malt-horse, 48.
important, 108.

Malone, on the dropping out of lines,
instance, 7.

51.

perdie, 95.
peruse, 14.
picture of old Adam, 77, 84.
Pinch, 92.
please you, 94.
pluck a crow, 53:
Pope (imitation by), 37.
policy, 36.
Porpentine, 55, 66.
possession, 55.
post, 17.
primero, 86.

Priory, 101.
quadrisyllabic and trisyllabic pronun-

ciations, 120, 121.
quarter, keep fair, 29.
quibbles, 118.

rag of money, 96.
random, 6.
randon, randone, 6.
reason, 59.
reason, rhyme nor, 33.
recover, 34.
recovery, fine and, 34.
repetition (emphatic), 102.
respice finem (funem), 93.
rest, 87.
rest, sets up his, 86.
reverted, 63.
rhyme nor reason, 33.
road, 65.
rope, I buy a, 69.
rope's end, 73, 93.
round, 26.
ruinous, 56.
Rushton, quoted, 76.

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schoolemaster call'd Pinch, 92.
sconce, 18, 32.
score, 17.
scotch, scorch, III.
Scourge of Folly, 6.
see (for “saw

FI), 99.
semblance (trisyllabic), 120.
send me by some token, 71.
sensible, 92.
sergeant, 77, 80.
set in my staff, 50.

marks, 18.
master, 72, 96.
mated, 59, 116.
matter, 81.
mean, 14.
meaner, 6.
Menaecmi, The, 5, 6, 11, 20, 48, 99.
mend our dinner, 88.
merchant, 12.
mermaid, 59, 66.
mesne process, arrest on, 80.
meteors, 75
metre (excitement indicated by), 76.
Middleton's Witch quoted, 89.
minions, 26.
mistress, 25, 96.
mome, 48.
money, rag of, 96.
morality play, 87, 109.
morris-pike, 87.
moss, idle, 42.
much much, 102.

narrow lands, 79.
nativity, 123.
nature, by, 5.
ne'er, 123.
negative, double, 75.
new-apparelled, 84.
nick like a fool, 110.

o'er-raught, 19.
once this, 54.
or (redundant), 75.
order for, take, 109.
other where, 22.
ouphes, 43.
owls, 43.

pack’d, 113.
pale, 27.
parcel, 107.
parchment, 47
part, better, 38, 60.
participial terminations (use of), 117.
part with, 52.
passage, stirring, 55.
patch, 48.
patience, fool-begg’d, 23.
peevish, 73.
pelf, 12.
penitent, 17.

up his rest, 86.
shah mát, II6.

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therefore, 12.
thirty-three years (probable inaccuracy

in), 122.
this or this', 5.
thousand pound a year, 69.
time, in good, 33.
Time (bald), 37
tiring, 36.
to for “the” (F 1), 93.
together, 69, 113.
token, send me by some, 71.
too (inserted from F 2), 5.
train, 59.
transformed (to an ass), 43.
trim, 72.
trow, 51.
trisyllabic and quadrisyllabic pro-

shaving (method of), 110.
sheep, 73
shipwracked, 10.
shoulder-clapper, 79.
shoulders, 32.
shrive, 44.
sinking-ripe, 7
sir-reverence, 61.
skin, stain'd, 39.
so (F 2), 10.
sold, bought and, 52.
Solinus, 3.
soon at, etc., 15, 67.
soothe, 95.
sorcerers, Lapland, 83.
sorry, 107
sot, 44.
soul, wretched, 23.
soul-killing, 20.
speech misplaced in F 1, 120.
spoon, long, 89.
sprites, 43.
staff, set in my, 50.
stage direction, 99.
stage, upper, 50.
stain'd skin, 39.
stale, 27.
starve for a look, 26.
statute staple, 82.
stigmatical, 76.
stirring passage, 55.
Stratford husbandry, 80.
stray'd, 104.
strong (strange) escape, 109.
strumpeted, 40.
stuff, 99, 123
succession, lives upon, 55.
suits of durance, 86.
sun, weary, 13.
swart, 62.

swear it" (dropped out), 102.
sweet-faced, 124.
sympathised, 122.
Syracusa bay, 119.
Syracusians, 4.
tailor's "hell,” 81.
take, took, 102, 106.
take order for, 109.
Tartar limbo, 77.
tender, 108.
terminations (use of participial), 117.

nunciations, 120, 121.
turn i' the wheel, 65.
two lines printed as three in F 1, 4,

124.

understand, 24.
ungalled, 55.
unmoved, 23.
unstain'd, 40.
upper stage, 50.

vain, 58.
vein, 95.
villain, 14.
vine, 42.

waft, 37.
waftage, 73,
wealth, word might bear, 101.
weary sun, 13.
week, 62.

Westminster law courts, 81.
wheel, turn i' the, 65.
when ? can you tell ? 50.
where, other, 22.
wherefore, 29.
whether, 71.
who, 16.
whom (construction), 10.
why, 32.
wink, 59.
wit, more hair than, 35.
witches, 66, 99.
within him, 102.
witnesses (of age), 118.

wonder, our earth's, 58.

world, to the, 16.
word might bear wealth, 101. wrath (for “mirth," F I), 55.
words dropped out, 7, 29, 44, 73, 77, wretched soul, 23.
84, 89, 96, 102, 103, 105, 114.

“ W. W.,” 5.
words wrongly inserted, 38, 46, 72,
75, ΙΙΟ.

youngest boy, 1o.

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