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GLOSSARIAL INDEX
fits, ? tricks, deceptions, 247 (19)
Fitz-Geffrie, Charles, 370
flag, the, of a rat-catcher, 60, 63 (12)
damme, a, fabrication, humbug, 328 (iff.)
flasket, a, basket, 274 (10)
flax, spinning of, in prison, 39
fleas, a tormentor for, 37 (25)
fleath, flesh, 345 (5)
Fleay, Frederick G., 30
fleet, to, float, 416 (2)
Fleetstreet cheaters, 220 (14)
fletcher, a, arrow-maker, 197 (9)
Fletcher, John, 66, 104, 200, 212,2
flie, to, flee from, 23 (23), 67 (2), etc.; fly, 164 (16)
Fliegen, Eve, 342
Flodder, Ellen (Helen), alias Pendle­ton, 54
Flodder, John and William, 54
Floris, Earl of Holland and Zeeland, 121
flouts, jeers, 149 (12)
Flower, Joan, Margaret, and Phillippa, Lincolnshire witches, 96
flush, abundant, 236 (5)
fool away, to, 318 (3)
fool's bolt, a, 316
for why, because, 31 (3), 157 (10), 163 (8)
Forbes, John, Cantus, 189
forehead aches, i.e. on becoming a cuckold, 216 (14)
forespeak, to, predict, prophecy, 98 (6), 100 (12)
forlorn, lost, 240 (4), passim
Fortune theatre, the, 277, 280 (10)
four crowns of Denmark, i.e. Green­land, Denmark, Norway, Nordland, 48(11)
fourt, fourth, 113 (12)
Foxe, John, of Middlesex Co., robbery of, 248
foyle, to, foil, thrust with a foil, or sword, 198 (16)
foyle, a, foil, defeat, 46 (3), 402 (6)
foysters, cheats or sharpers, 43 (15)
France, 45, 60, 63 (12 ff.), no, 141 (4); battle of birds in, 161; com­plaint of, for Henry IV, 24; fall of La Rochelle in, 293 Francis, a gentleman, the jig of, I Francis, Katherine and Robert, 299 Frederick V, Elector Palatine, King
of Bohemia, n, 418 (12) free, to be, unreserved, open, 67 (1) Freeman, Esa, 59
French, the, 272(5); — rats, 64 (20), venereal disease; a — salutation, a kiss, 244(3) friar, a, murders Henry IV, 27 (9) friend, a, lover, 4 (8), 6 (13), 7 (1 5),
9 (2°)> 53 (i5)» 2l6 (x5); used of one's mother, 378 (17)
fro, frow, Dutchwoman, 452 (5)
Frobisher, Sir Martin, 418 (9)
fructifie, to, 298 (8)
fry, to, burn, 88 (20)
fuddle, to, tipple, get drunk, 421 (3)
fulsome, 61 (2), 454 (9)
furtherer, a, 58 (25)
G., H. See Goodcole, Henry
gage, to, engage, 58 (25)
Gallobelgicus, 161
galymaufery, a, gallimaufry, hodge­podge, 30, 31
Gam, Randall, 257
game, in, sport, jest, 422 (8)
games, see cards, cat, dice, mum-chance, nine holes, shuffle-board, spurn point, tables
gaping after, to desire eagerly, 36 (21)
Garden-Alleys, notorious for its bro­thels, 41 (5), 220(13)
Gatehouse, the, of Westminster, a prison, 92 (12)
gay, fine, beautiful, 1 (1), 146 (4), etc.
Gent, Edward, criminal, 249 ff.
gentle craft, the, shoemaking, 445
(5 ff-) Germany, miracle at Holdt in, 316;
prodigies in, 151; Thirty Years'
War in, 415
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