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And the hot Sirian dog, on him awaiting,
After the chafed Lion's cruel baiting,
Corrupted had the air with noisome breath,
And pour'd on earth, plague, pestilence, and dearth.*

p. 369.

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NOTES OMITTED.

Vol. I. p. 67._" fashion.”
A corruption of the French farcin,—the farcy.

Vol. I. p. 113.-" Whenas he suits Spenori all in gold.”

The Rev. J. Mitford ingeniously conjectures that for “ Spienori,” we should read, “ his pennons.

Vol. II. p. 280.

“Endymion was ne'er beloved of his Cytherea.” Is “ Cytherea” a mistake of Greene, or an error of the printer ? Cynthia,” which the sense requires, will not stand rightly in the verse.

CORRECTION.
Page xxxiv, line 12, for 1584 read 1583.
The piece alluded to is the First Part of Mamillia : see p. cviii.

VOL. II.

adyts, i. 114.
affects, ii. 171.
aldertruest, ii. 156.
ale, the, i. 116.
all amort, i. 146.
away with, i. 135.

fancy, i. 21.
feere, ii. 308.
fond, ii. 308.
found, ii. 200.
frump, ii. 105.

gear, i. 83.
geason, ii. 302.
'gree, i. 11.
guess, i, 155.

Bartlet's ship, i. 174.
battling, i. 181.
blent, i. 77.
blin, î. 256.
brabbling, i. 82.
braids, ii. 268.
brave, ii. 127.
bright of blee, ii. 193.
brown-bill, i. 197.

harp-shilling, ü. 116.
Hesperides, i. 7.
hight, ii. 16.
hilding, i. 158.
horn-thumb, i. 118.
huffcap, i. 87.

jet, ii. 65.

censure, i. 5.
che, trow, cha, i. 96.
clapperdudgeon, ii. 194.
cleeves, i. 147.
cob, a red-herring's, i. 135.
cobs, ii. 232.
commodity, i. 69.
cote, i. 150.
counterfeit, i. 160.
counterpane, i. 70.
crake, ii. 7.
creeple, ii. 315.
curats, i. 6.
curious, ii. 64.
cutting, i. 162.

lawnds, i. 22.
leese, ii. 185.
leman, i. 59.
lief, ii. 197.
lig, ii. 275.
lin, ii. 284.
lute-strings, i. 69.

'dain, ii. 5.
daw, ii. 138.
dictamnum, ii. 125.
disgest, ii. 102.

mann'th, i. 6.
martlemas, ii. 182.
mated, i. 155.
may, ii. 276.
mease, i. 79.
mirabolans, i. 189.
misconst'rest, ii. 106.
'miss, i. 50.
mockado, i. 79.
mops, ii. 151.
morglay, ii. 131.
mutton, i. 207.

early up, and never the nearer,

i. 167.

fair, i. 61.

niece, ii. 17.

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siege, ii. 258.
sith, ii. 277.
skills, i. 188.
skink, i, 122.
slime, ii, 271.
slops, i. 134.
stammel red, i. 146.
stomach, ii. 29.
stowre, ii. 231.
strides a lance, ii. 168.
stript, i. 145.
swads, ii. 236.
swink, i. 94.

pair, i. 210.
pantofles, i, 174.
pass not of, i. 154.
passeth, i. 33.
pheere, i. 111.
pight, ii. 228.
pinner, ii. 163.
plackerd, i. 149.
plighted, ii. 227.
plung'd, i. 133.
plunges, i. 97.
portace, i. 169.
powl, i. 121.
prease, i. 109.
prest, i. 94.
pretend, i. 94.

tall, i. 118.
teasers, i. 145.
tene, ii. 94.
than, ii. 121.
tho, ii. 101.
timely, i. 168.
truchmen, ii, 229.

umbles, i, 209.
ure, ii. 6.

regiment, i. 6.
road, ii. 169.
roisters, i. 175.
rove a bow beyond his reach,

i. 153.

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salt-cellar, i. 188.
sect, ii. 56.
seen, ii. 147.

sendal, i. 53.
· shrow, ii. 130.

where, i. 136.
whig, ii. 275.
whist, ii. 109.
whilst, i. 72.
white, i. 104.
woons, ii. 223

END OF VOL. II.

LONDON :
C. WHITTINGHAM, TOOKS COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

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