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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX
drunk as rats, 63 (11)
drunkenness, statute of James I against,
189. See drink dry money, hard cash, actual coin,
247 (16) Dryden, John, 200 Due gwin, 212 dumbness strangely sent as a warning
from God, 96 Dunkirk, France, 458 (10) dure, to, endure, last, 120 (24) Dutch, i.e. German, 44, 48 Dutch, the, and the massacre at Am-
boyna, 200 Dutchland, Holland, 452 (4) Dyer, Sir Edward, 176
eare, e'er, 112 (6)
Earl Marshals' commissioners, 144
earnest, money paid as an instalment
of a bargain, 422 (8) earthquake predicted, 22 (19) eat one's words, to, 334 (9) eaters, marvellous, 342 Ebsworth, Joseph Woodfall, 30, 60,
116, 207, 450 eel, nimble as an, 73 (2) effeminacy of Englishmen complained
of, 413 (10) effeminate, womanly (in a good sense),
.4-51 . eighty eight, i.e. 1588, the year of the
Armada, 459 (13) either, both, 242 (11); each (of three),
381 (4) eke also, 435 (r 5) Elizabeth, Princess Royal of England,
n Elizabeth, Queen of England, 90 (4) Elsbach, 47 (9)
Elvyn, Margaret, alias Bicks (Bix), 54 engrosser of corn, an, his punishment,
370. engrossing, buying up wholesale for
hoarding, complained of, 412 (5) enjoy, to, have carnal intercourse with,
3 (4 £), 4 (9)» etc-
essays, weights, balances (of scales),
196 (2) Essex, Earl of (Robert Devereux), 89,
417 (7), 425 Evans, Elizabeth, alias Canbury Bess,
432 Evesham, 422 n. exclaims, exclamations, 166 (3) exhilerate, to, rejoice, 251 (5) eyes, to drink out one's, 358 (7)
F., S., Death in a New Dress, 443
F., T., ballad by, 316
fact, a, crime, evil deed, 57 (17), 85 (1), 101 (17), etc.
faction, a, turbulent party, 280 (11)
factor, a, agent, deputy, 434 (10)
faith, interj., 9 (22)
Fakely, William, 387
falling band, a, band or collar worn falling flat around the neck, 119(19)
fardell, a, fardle, bundle, 117 (3)
Fardo, John, 206
farmers, hoarding of corn by, com≠plained of, 339 (11), 370, 412 (5)
fatal sisters, the three (Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos), 40 (1)
fate, a, fatal influence, 62 (6)
feat, suitable, proper, ? 118 (13), 397
(8) featly, skilfully, cleverly, 64 (20) fee, gold or, 7 (15) fences, defences, 403 (9) fennel, 192 (4) Fernseede, Anthony and Margaret,
300 filching pranks, thievery, 98 (5) filling, being filled, 335 (13) fire, a, started by lightning, cannot be
quenched, 157 (10). See burning firing, fuel, 340 (15) Firth, Charles Harding, 89, 200 fish, a strange, description of, 437 fishing vessels, English, at Greenland,
386 fish-wife, a, and her wares, 31 (2) fistolles, fistula, 167 (11)
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