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GLOSSARIAL INDEX
Marriot, John, 342
marry, interj., 348 (16)
Marston, John, of Middlesex Co.,
robbery of, 248 martialist, a, warrior, 171 (3) Massinger, Philip, 104, 144 mastie hound, a, dialectic for mastiff
hound, 454 (10) mat, a, bed-covering, 3 3 (9) match, a, i.e. a slow-match, 56 (10) mauger, notwithstanding, 21 (12) maunding, begging, 394 (2) Maurice, Prince, of Nassau, 104 mazed, bewildered, confused, 56 (11) me, impersonal (ethical) use of, 264
(3) Mead, Dr Joseph, 277
Meash, William, ballad by, 49
meat,food in general, 126 (4), 297 (7),
334 (7 f.), etc. Mensborch, 47 (9) Mercurius Democritus, 443, 449; —
Fumigosus, 449 Merlinus Anonymus, 431 Merry Devil of Edmonton, The, n Merry Drollery, 60, 116 mice, children the size of, 130 (16) Michell, Sir Francis, ballad on, 144 mickle, much, 332 (1) middest, most central part, 157 (9) midsummer day, 328 milk, sellers of, cry of, 33 (n) milk-white steed, 306 (6) mill-clack, a5 clapper of a mill, 268
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miraculous judgments. See prodigies
miscall, to, abuse, 7 5 (9) mischief, evil, great harm, 25(1) misdoubt, to, suspect, 100 (13), 129
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miss, the, failure to attain, 50 (4)
mistrusting, fearing, 22 (17)
Mitchell. See Michell
mite, a, 71 (20)
mo(e), more, 15 (14), 408 (13)
morae, a, blockhead, dolt, 339 (9)
Mompesson, Sir Giles, 144
monopolies, commissioners for the en­forcing of, 144 Monte I ion, 431 Moore, John, 59 Moorgate, London, 280 (13) more fairer, 134 (6), 135 (9) more sweeter, 81 (11 ff.), 133 (1 ff.) Moreton, 421 n. Morg., LI., ballad by, 270 morris-dance, a, 198 (19), 330 (10) Motley, John L., on Barneveld, 104 mountebank, a, 62 (5) mouse-trap, a, 37 (25) move, to, affect, distress, 168 (14); make angry, 73 (2), 186 (2 ff.), 208 (5); solicit, 3 (6), 4 (9); urge, re­quire, 180(3) moyle, to, moil, toil, 318 (3) multipled, multiplied, 272 (3) mumchance, a dicing game, 33 (10) mumps, sulks, mopes, 197 (5) Munday, Antony, n, 39 murders, documents and ballads on, 24, 84, 104, 222, 249 ff., 257, 276, 283, 288, 299,425,431 musckles, mussels, 31 (2) muse, to, wonder, 237 (11), 346 (10),
passim musty, mouldy, decayed, 197 (6) Mutton Lane, the district of brothels, 220(13)
Nan, of Wiltshire, 312 (8 ff.)
Nantwich, 257
Nashe, Thomas, 39
Neager, a, negro, 401 (3)
neare, ne'er. 19 (7)
nearly, closely upon, 41 (8)
neats tongues, ox tongues, 76 (14)
neck-verses, 249, 2 54f.
neclect, i.e. neglect, 22 (21)
negro, a, and the rat-catcher, 62 (5). See Neager
neighbours, the, stock characters in ballads, 74 (5), 87 (16), 100 (12), 130 (17), 290 (8), 302 (7), 333
(5)> 335 (12)
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