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high repented. VI. 356.
high tides. VIII. 76.
hight. V. 151.
hilding. VI. 298, 442.

honesty. XI. 532.
honey ftalks. XIII. 340.
honorificabilitudinitatibus. V.

305.
honour. IV. 234

IX. 13, 423•
XII. 520.

X. 567.

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XL. 534.

100.

XII. 594.

XIII. 80.

XI. 476, 628.
him. VI. 400.

- XIV. 38.
hinge the knee. XI. 607. honour born. VI. 262.
hint. III. 19, 52.

honours. XIV. 296.
...XV. 423.

hood. V. 436.
Hiren. IX. 88, 91.

XIV.

459.
his. IX. 188.

hooded. IX.

394.
hoodman blind. XV.

229.
. XV. 65.

hoods make not monks. XI.
hiftory. IV. 184.
hit. XIV. 30.

hook and line. IX. 87.
hit the white. VI. 557.

Hop dance. XIV. 179.
ho, ho! III. 38.

hope. VII. 250.
ho, ho, ho. V. 115.

- XII. 460.

Hopkins, Nicholas. XI. 25.
hoar. XIV. 430.

hopes. VIII. 387.
hob nob. IV. 127.

horologe. XV. 485.
hobby horse. V. 226.

hot house. IV. 222.
XV. 186.

hot livers. VIII. 467.
hoift. XV. 241.

hough. VIL 31.
hold. V. 520.

hound of Crete. IX.

314
house. XIV. 125.

housewife. XII. 640.
-. XII.

How. XIII. 558.
315:
hold, hold. VII. 377.
.

hoxes. VII. 30.
hold in. VIII. 422.

hugger mugger. XV. 265.
hold it. X. 572

hull. IV. 35.
hold my hand, XII. 268. hulling. XL. 95.
hold rumour. VII. 517.

human mortals. V.

44.
hold taking. XI. 500.

humble. V. 364.
hold up thy hand. X. 120. humorous. IX. 184.
holds me. XV. 450.
bolla. VI. 92.

humour. III. 317, 362.
hollow cell. XV. 550.
holy crosses. V. 525:

humours. IX. 356.
holy day terms. VIII. 392.

humming. XI. 493.
holy rood. X. 570.

Hundred merry tales. IV.

429.
home. VI. 354.

hundred pound. XIV. 92. .
honest. XV. 139

Hungarian. III. 332.
honeft as skin between brows. hungry beach. XII. 216.

hunt counter. IX. 30.

VII. 579.
- IX. 7.

XIV. 395;

V.498.

IV. 493•

hunting in the evening. XI. 514. idly. VIII. 325.
hunts up. XIV. 483.

jealous. XIV. 54.
hurl. XII. 376.

jeffes. XV. 532.
hurly. IX. 113

jeft. VIII. 210.
hurly burly. VII. 325.

jet. XIII. 110, 427.
hurtle. XII. 298.

jets. IV. 82.
hurtling. VI. 143.

Ifecks. VII. 18.
husband. IV. 301.

ignis fatuus. XIV. 157.
husbandry. VII. 400.

ignomy. IV. 265.

XI. 227.
XV. 53•

VIII. 528.
XI. 450.
XIII. 333

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Hyems chin. V. 48.
hyen laugh. VI. 130.

ignorant. VII. 378.
Hyperion. XV. 36, 226.

XIII.

97, 104
bypocrisy against the devil. XV. jig. XII. 361.

. XV. 143.
573.
Hyrcan. VII. 4.81.

jig maker. XV. 183.
Ilion. XI. 394

Ilium. XI. 225, 231.
I. and J.

ill. IX. 580.

ill inhabited. VI. 103.
I. IX. 84.

ill nurtured. X. 18.
- XIV. 461.

ill roasted

egg.

VI. 77
i' the halte. XIV. 82.

I'll tell thee. XI. 377.
l'the name of me. VII. 114. illustrate. V. 248.
Jack. III. 133, 349.

image. III. 472.

-

- IV. 407.
VIII. 257

V. 247•
XIV. 291.

- XII, 210, 580.
Jack a lent. III. 4!5, 494.
Jack o' the clock. VIII. 343.

X. 620.
Jack sauce. IX. 461.
Jacks. X. 489, 490.
Jack and Jills. VI. 492.
jade. IX. 388.
jaded. X. 126.

XI. 125

imaginary. IX. 265.
imagined. XV. 523,
imagined speed. V. 488.
imbare. IX. 283.
immanity. IX. 641.
immediacy. XIV. 274.
immediate heir. VI. 262.
imp. V. 198.

-- IX. 244, 404,
imp out. VIII. 244.
impair. XI. 386.
impaled. X. 315
impartial. IV. 365.
impawn. IX. 277.
impawned. XV. 335.
impeach. V. 59.
impeachment. III. 187.

- IX. 385.
imperious. III, 210.

jar of the clock. VII. 13.
jauncing. VIII. 345.
jaunt. XIV. 438.
jay. XIII. 121.
ice brook, XV. 650.
Iceland dog. IX. 311.

idle. VII. 242.

- XV. 423.

idle and fond, XIV. 37.

imperious. XI. 39r.

XIII. 152, 345.
imperseverance. XIII. 149.
importable. IV. 435.
importance. IV. 170.

VII. 187.

XV. 577.

VIII. 29.
XIII. 30.

important. IV. 425.

VI. 304
VII. 300.

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XIV. 250.

index. XV. 225, 474.
indexes. XI. 269.
indifferent. VIII. 262.
indistinguishable. XI. 401.
indite. XV. 139.
induction. VIII. 486.
inductions. X. 463, 626.
indue. XV. 569,
indued. XV. 296.
indurance. XI. 170.
inequality. IV. 359.
infinite. XI. 572, 604.
inflict. XIII. 578.
informal. IV. 368.
ingaged. VI. 360.
ingenious. VI. 411.
ingeniously. XI. 529.
ingene. XV. 460.
ingraft infirmity. XV. 486.
inhabitable. VIII. 193.
inherit, III. 127, 249.

- VIII, 194.

XIII, 285

- XIV. 237, 348.
inhibit. VII. 482.
inhibited. VI. 196.
inhibition. XV. 124.
inhooped. XII. 492.
initiate fear. VII. 489.
inkhorn mate. IX. 586.
inkle. XIII. 570.
inland. VI. 63, 97.
inn. VIII. 320, 526.
innocent. VI.

327.

XIV. 221.
importing. XV. 286.
importune. XII. 637.
impose. III. 261.
impofitions. VI. 337.
impoffible flanders. IV. 430.
impress. VIII. 268.

XIV. 273.

XV. 12.
impugn. V. 508.
in. V. 93. 506.
. . XII. 143.
in any hand. VI. 299.
in at the window. VIII, 18.
in that. IV. 554.

- XIV. 11.
incapable. X. 532.

XV.

295.
incarnardine. VII. 421.
incarnate. IX. 334.
incense. III. 341..

. VII. 177

XIV. 137.
incensed. IV. 534.

X. 563.

. XI. 163
inclining. XV. 499.
inclips. XII. 516.
include. III. 289.
incony. V. 234
incorrect. XV. 32.
increase. V. 49.

XIII. 362.
indeed IV. 279.
indent. VIII. 395.
index. X. 539, 630.

Vol. III.

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XIII. 546.
XIV. 175.

innovation. XV. 122.
infane root. VII. 353.
infanie. V. 304
infculped. V. 450.
insconce. VII. 234.
infinuate. VII. 168.
infinuation. XV. 328.
instance. III. 387.

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VII. 541.
XIV. 114.

XI. 13•

X. 577.

interpret. XI. 468.

K.
into. XI. 338.
intrenchant. VII. 577.
intrinse. XIV. 96.

keech. IX. 54
invention. IV. 251.
inveiting. IX. 400.

keel. V. 376.
invests. XV. 54.

keep. VI. 432.
inward. IV. 304, 508.

keep close. IX. 337.
- V. 308.

keep himself. III. 264.

keep yourself. XII. 498.
John a dreams. XV. 149. keeps. IV. 203, 272.
John Drum’s Entertainment. VI. keeps his house. XI. 549.
299.

keeps place. XL 349.
join in louls. V. 98.

Keisar. III. 331.

Kendal. VIII. 460.
joint ring. XV. 617.
jolly Robins. IV. 143,

kernes. VII. 330.
Tove. IX, 245

X. 90, 170.
Jove's accord. XI. 263.

key. III. 17.
Jovial. XIII. 176.

key cold. X. 471.
journal. IV. 343.

kicksey wicksey. VI. 270.

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XII. 372.

XV. 29.

VII, 274

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kid fox. IV. 449.

lace. VII. 225.
kidney. III. 439.

laced mutton. III. 174.
kill, kill. XIV. 243.

lackeying. XII. 247.
kill my heart. XIII. 318. lady of the strachy. IV. 82.
Killingworth. X. 149.

lag. XI. 571.
kiln hole. VII. 138.

lakin. III. 108.
kin. XV. 29,

74.
kind. V. 416.

lament therefore. IX. 233.
VI. 139, 226.

lances. V. 357:

land damn. VII. 56.
XIII. 282.

landrakers. VIII. 420.

lantern. XIV. 549.
kindle. VI. 14.

lanthorn and candle light. VIII.
kindless. XV. 150.

524
kindly. VI. 394.

lapsed in time. XV.

232.
. XIV. 78.

lapwing. IV. 210.
kindly power. IV.500.
kings' evil. VII. 535.

XV. 338.
kirile. IX. 102:

larded. XV. 261, 324.
kiss at nuptials. VIII. 323. larger discourse. XV. 256.
killed the jack. XIII. 62. lafs born. III, 121.
kifling before dance. XI. 55.

latch. VII. 539.
kiffing comfits. III. 481.

latched. V.

92.
kifling hands. IV. 117.


lated. VII. 471.
knap. V. 461.

XII. 560.
Knaresborough spring. XV. 283. latter day. IX. 409.
knave. XV. 386.

lattin. III. 319.
knaves. XI. 614, 629.

lavolt. XI. 373.

lavoltas. IX. 369,
kneading. IX. 293.

lauds. XV. 295.
knife. VII. 376.

launch, XII. 650.
knights. XI. 390.

lawnd. X. 299.
knights of the battle. XIII. 213. lay. III. 377.
knock it. XI. 56.
knot. V. 281.

. XV. 498.
knot grass. V. 109.

lay by. VIII. 369.
knotted garden. V. 195.

lay her a hold. III. 8.
knotts. VIII. 296.

lead apes to hell. VI. 442.
know. IV. 216.

lead the measure. VI. 237.

leaguer. VI. 297.
knowledge. XIII. 86.

lean witted. VIII. 235.
known. XII. 508.

leans. XIII. 41.

learned. XV. 531.
L.

leasing. XII, 208.

leather coats. IX. 228.
label. XIV. 501.

leather jerkin. VIII. 445.
labouring. V. 348.

leave. XV. 230.

XII. 624

.IX. 140.

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