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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX
rhewmes, rheums, 117 (6) Richard, a farmer, jig of, 1 Rickets, Charles, ballad by, 420 Rider, T., ballad by, 207 roar, to, riot, dissipate, 42 (13), 271
(1), etc. roaring boys, description of, 245
(8 ff.); punishment of, at Bridewell,
39 robbery, highway, documents and
ballads on, 248 ff., 431 Robin, the annyseedwater-seller, 443 Robin Conscience, 406 Robin Goodfellow, 452 (2) Robinson, Fred Norris, 212 Rochelle, La, the fall of, 293 roe, satirical term for a woman, 75
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Rogers, Alfred, 24
rook, a, swindler, cheater, 246 (14)
rooking cunning, dishonesty, 395 (2)
rore, see roar
roseaker, rosaker, a poison, 62 (4)
Ross, Henry, Lord, bewitched, ballad
on, 96 Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 96 round, a, dance, 443 Rous, John, Diary, 276, 299, 386 Rowland, John and, a jig, 217 Rowlands, Samuel, 316 Rowley, William, actor, 30 rowling, rolling, 79 (4) Rowse, William, 59 royal standard, the, standard star, 388
(4) rozen, rosin, 287 (13) Rudston, Honour, criminal assault on,
by Sandys, 249 Rumford (Romford), Essex, 33 (8) running, here's no, i.e. no help or
alternative, 389 (7) Russell, John, sinking of, in the earth,
37o Rutland, Earl of, see Manners, Francis
Sadler, John, 206
St Denis Abbey, France, no
St Giles in the Fields, eating a ram at,
^ 328
St Hugh, patron of shoemakers, a son of "the king of Powis, a noble Brit-taine" (cf. F. O. Mann's De/oney, p. 72), 445 (4); his bones, i.e. shoe­maker's tools, 445 (5). See Crispine
St Katherine's, London, 338 (3)
St Martin's beads, imitation jewels, 120 (25)
St Paul's Cathedral, London, 139
St Peter's Chalfont, Bucks., prodigy at,
37° , St Toolies, ? corruption of St Olave's,
338(5) Salins, France, 161 Salomon, see Solomon salt sprinkled on a body after whip­ping, 204 (10), 222 salude (salued), salved, 13 (5), 28 (12) Sandys, George, Sir George, Lady
Susanna, ballad on, 248 save and see, save and protect, 306(10) scanting, economizing, 194 (7) scath, injury, 46 (5) scoff, a, jest, 163 (4) scold, a, cucking of, 72; husband
punishes, 209 (n ff.) sconce, a, small fort, 401 (4) scooper-holes, scupper-holes, 458 (9) score,indebtedness, 340 (16),43 5 (13) score, to, to be 'chalked up,' to buy
drinks on credit, 407 (7), 413 (8) scorn, to take, feel indignant, 8 (18);
a —, reproach, shame, 85 (2) scrapt, i.e. to scrape an acquaintance,
244 (2) scrue (screw), to, oppress, 371 (3) scuse, excuse, 8 (18) sea horses, walruses, 390 (12) Sedley (Sidley), Sir William, of Ayles-
ford,Kent, 345 (6) see, to, intrans., appear, be seen, 113
(12) seidge, a, siege, 46 (4) sergeant, a, minor policeman, 219 (9) serude, served, 15 (12)
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