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Sheriff-Hutton, castle of, 9, 30
Shoreditch, 11, 14
Shrewsbury, earl of, 36, 18 : 100,

14
Simnell, Lambert, 23, 3: 37, 31 :

118, 13: 127, 21
Simon, Richard, 23, 1: 25, 8,

17: 26, 15, 17
Simonds, William, 23, footnote
Sluice, 75, 18 : 94, 9: 96, 2
Spain, kings of, 13, 33
Stafford, Edward, 18, 14

Humphrey, 20, 14, 20 :
21, 11, 17 : 141, 31

Thomas, 20, 14: 21,

Thwaites, Sir Thomas, 113, 2:

I 20, 17
Tirrel, Sir James, 114, 3: 115, 3:

194, 7
Tournay, 106, 11
Treasurer, the lord, 18, 27
Trenchard, Sir Thomas, 202, 32
Tudor, lady Margaret, 220, 24
Tunstal, Sir Richard, 50, 6 : 67,

9
Tyburn, 21, 18

II, 18

U.
Urswick, Christopher, chaplain to

Henry VII, 47, 16: 48, 23:
49, 8 : 50, 6 : 99, 14 : 104, 6:
146, 14

V.

Vaughan, Hugh, 99, I
Verunsel, lord, president of Flan-

ders, 146, 16

W.

St Alban, Francis, Dedication

in Brittany, battle near,
60, 14: 61, 21
Stanley, Sir William, 8, 25: 113,

1: 121, 28: 122, 18: 124, 10:
125, 14: 141, 29 : 218, I

Thomas, lord, 13, 22 :
1 28, 23
St Edmund's, Bury, 34, 17, 29
Stenbeck, John, 106, 28
Stile, John, 199, 21: 219, 6
Stoke, 36, 29
Stoke-field, 25, 13: 127, 21
Strange, the lord. 36, 18
Strivelin in Scotland, 68, 4
Suffolk, John de la Pole, duke of,
30, 27

Edmond, duke of, 100,
14: 152, 29: 185, 27: 193,

16 : 204, 10: 205, 15
Surrey, earl of, 16, 33: 66, 20:

67, 8: 151, 21: 157, 31
Swart, Martin, 32, 26 : 35, 3:

37, 11, 20

Walsingham, Our Lady's church
at, 34, 31

Our Lady of, 38, 18
Warbeck, Perkin, proclamation
of, 64, 17

105, 18: ct
passim ad 177, 8
Warham, Sir William, 117, I

master of the rolls, 146,
13
Warwick, earl of, 24, 5 : 176, 30:

178, 27
Wells, 149: 32

viscount, 146, 12
Westminster, parliament at, 14,
13

Q. Elizabeth (wife
of Henry VII) crowned at, 40,

5
Weymouth, 202, 26
Whitsand-Bay, 163, 32

T.

Tate, lord mayor, 153, 29
Taunton, 166, 27
Taylor, Sir John, 110, 15
Thomas, Richard, 100, 18

Sir Rice ap, 166, 9

Y.

Wilford, Ralph, 177, 16
William the conqueror, 9, 2
Willoughby, Sir Robert, 9, 30 :

10, 3: 18, IT
Winchester, bishopric of, 19, 10
Windham, Sir John, 194, 7
Windsor, Elizabeth Woodville

buried at, 29, 25
Wolsey, Thomas, 207, 28
Woodville, lord, 50, 9: 60, 18
Worcester, city of, 20, 22
Worcestershire, 20, 21
Worsley, William, dean of Paul's,

York, house of, 7, 29: 15, 18:

19, 26 : 20, 6, 26 : 22, 10:
25, 13

line of, 8, 19: 10, II
Cecile, duchess of, 132, 22

Richard, duke of, 25, 18:
105, 1: 114, 2
Ypres, 75, i8 : 76, 23

z.
Zouch, lord, 17, I

I 20, 28

GLOSSARY.

ancient, used of a person, old,

200, IO annual, annual payment, 102, 22 answerable, corresponding, accord

ing with, 158, 14 answered, of a money payment,

securely guaranteed, regularly

paid, 200, 16 appalement, a rendering pallid

through fright, 37, 17 appeached, accused, implicated in

an accusation, 171, 5 apposite, suitable, satisfactory, to

the point, 111, 22 arms, armorial bearing, a coat of

arms, 99, 2 articulate, pointed, particular, clear,

distinct, 216, 19 artificially, artfully, pretendedly,

II, 31: 92, 18 assigned, appointed, directed, 101, 3 assured, pledged, faithfully bound, base, base-born, illegitimate, 109,

able, effective, sufficient to produce

a result, 7, 13 abolition, used to signify the for

giving and forgetting injuries,

75, 13 abuse (to), to deceive, to mislead,

138, 30 account (to put anything to), to

take account or notice of, 145,

33 acquest, an acquisition or gain; used of increase of territories,

172, 22 addulce, to render palatable, 84,

14 advance (to), to put into a position

of advantage, 135, 4 advancement, the maintenance of

the dignity of a royal person. age, money allowed for such maintenance, 187, 15, 19: 189,

14 advertised, instructed, informed,

90, 8:

94, 31 attemper (to), to modify, soften,

tone down, 18, 6 : attentates, attempts, 86, 2 avails, value produced by any

thing, the worth of anything, 94,

17 avoid (to), to depart from (a coun

try), 146, 31

46, 25

151, 28

advowtry, adultery, 89, 3
affect (to), to shew liking for, 97,

28
after=afterwards, 207, 28
alchemy, the transmutation of me-

tals. Here used figuratively of the training given to Warbeck,

186, 8 Allhallows-day, All Saints' day,

ist November, 121, 7
amortise, to make over, transser,

babies, dolls, 145, 30
ball, the orb in the hand of a

monarch as an emblem of sove

reignty, 136, 29 bannerets, knights created under

the royal banner, 13, 17

71, 28

anatomy, a skeleton, a dissected

model, 116, 18

6 bastarded, declared illegitimate, 29,

15 bead-roll, a prayer-list, register of

persons to be prayed for, or

(here) cursed, 116, 16 beat (to), to sift thoroughly, in

quire into, 209, 27 best-be-trust, exceedingly trusted,

falls, accidental gains, 17, 28:

128, 9: 197, 22 catching, in the phrase "a catch

ing harvest,” means hurried,

hasty, 158, 1 cauls, a net or covering for the

head, 195, 33 caveat, a Latin word meaning let

him beware, used as an English

substantivera caution, 85, 7 celestial, divine, belonging to a

saint, 207, 6 cement (to), reflex., to patch itself

together, 159, 27 censorian, belonging to the office

of a censor, pertaining to moral

discipline, 62, 17 ceremony, the religious character

of any observance, 30, 16 champaign, flat, level (of coun

tries), Lat. campus, 36, 32 check-roll, an authoritative list, 63, 7 chievances, more commonly writ

ten achievances, meaning trade

transactions, 64, 30 churchman, an ecclesiastic, one

versed in church controversies,

47, 18: 211, 32 : churlish, obstinate, 166, 30 churm, probably A.S. cyrm (see

notes), but not understood by Bacon's translator, who renders it

by chorus, 170, 8 cincture, compass, enclosure, 121, clerks, clergymen, persons claim

220, 18

21

in whom most confidence is

placed, 115, 32 better, used to express the excess

over any number ; as 'and bet

ter,' 93, 7

bid battle (to), to offer battle, to

challenge to combat, 150, 30. blanch (to), lit. to make white,

hence to render less serious, to lighten, to take the terror from,

123, 31 blooded, mixed in fatal warfare,

stained with each other's blood,

77, 6

ing the privilege of clergy, 120,

27 close, secret, concealed, 24, 32 cockatrice, an imaginary animal

supposed to have been hatched by a cock from the eggs of a viper. Ancient belief attributed to it the power of killing by a

glance of the eye, 178, II coffer up (to), to hoard or store in

coffers, 51, 33 cognisances, badges, marks of

livery, as retainers, 192, 18

bloods, persons of courage and

spirit, 50, 24 board (to), to assail, attack, used

primarily of attacking ships,

115, 29 boiling, in a ferment; used of a

country in a state of excitement, brandle (to), to spoil, to make to

totter, to overthrow, 155, 4 bravery, a slow or parade, 33, 13 broach, a spit for roasting meat,

38, 8 brocage, base, mean practices, 7,7 brook (to), to like; to put up with,

125, II braits, noises, rumours, common

fame, 22, 27: 25, 23: 112, 17 butchers, applied to the murderers

of the princes in the tower, 114, 4

156, 8

cabinet, private, secret, confidencasualties (Lat. casualia), wind

tial 107, 7

colourable, of a fair outside, satis- convert (adj.), converted, 106, 12

factory appearance, but intended cordwainer (Fr. cordonnier), a to conceal, 191, 23, 27

worker in leather of Cordova, a comfort (Lat. confortare), to give shoemaker, 177, 15

material strength and support, corners, squadrons, troops (Lat. 44, 20: 127, 18: 169, 16

cornu), 152, 30 commiserable, intensely miserable, correspondence, an arrangement for 179, 2

intercommunication, a means of commission, an appointment of communicating, 31, 24: 113, ? I judges, 39, 6

corroborate (to), to give material commodity, advantage, utility, con- strength, 202, 17

venience, 36, 27 : 94, 10 : 120, I cosmography, the description of commonplace, a hackneyed topic, the world, geographical know

an ordinary remark, 211, 28 ledge, 171, 16 communicate, to share with others, courtesy, sufferance, at his courtesy

to let others have a share, 103, I =at his will and pleasure, 112, companiable,companionable,friend- 26 ly, social, 217, 4

court-fames, rumours of the palace, compense (to), to compensate, to

16, 29 balance, 189, 33

credence (to give), to cause to be complices, accomplices, 109, 14: believed in, 216, 29

126, 2: 209, 14 conceit (to), to fancy, to imagine, 150, 14: 171, 19

dangerous, to be feared, exposing conclave, an assembly, most fre- to danger, 122, 33

quently of the pope and his dark, underhand, secret, 220, 19 councillors, 183, . I

debonair, agreeable, kindly, courtconclude (to), to include, 133, 32 eous, 143, 33 concurrents, contemporaries, those declared, revealed, of a man whose

living at the same time, 220, 6 sentiments are disclosed, 217, 13 conditional (n.), the use of condi- defacement, obliteration, forgetful

tional language, or the language ness of kindness, 55, 12

of supposition, 123, 25, 26 defrayed, of persons whose exconditions, arrangements, employ- penses are paid, 157, 3

ments; rank, quality (in a con- demesnes, lands held by the owner tract of marriage), 138, 13: 199,

for his own use, 70, 30

denier, Lat. denarius, a Roman confident to=trusted by, on whom coin of about rod. in value, but

dependence can be placed, 137, used to signify any small coin, 14

67, 10: 183, 22 consort, communion, unity, agree- deny, to refuse, 165, 7: 180, 10 ment, fellowship, 97, 26: 220, depend upon (to), to be subject

unto, or at the bidding of, 79, 7 contained, held back, restrained, determine, to come to an end, 102, 190, 13

26 control (to), to check, refute, dis- difficile, difficult, unmanageable, prove, 107, 23

183, 20 convent, to summon or call before dilenma, a position in argument, a court, 191, 7, 33

where your opponent is involved

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