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Case is Altered, Play of. iii. 243.
Cassianus, Joannes. i. 13. ii. 313.
Cassiodorus. i. lxxxiii. ciii. ii. 232, 233.
Castellione, Lapus de. ii. 239, 267.
Castiglio's I Cortegiano, translated by
Thomas Hoby. iii. 301.

Castle of Honour. ii. 388.
Castle of Labour, a poem, by Barclay. ii.
388, 425.

Castle of Love, by Bishop Grosthead. i.
72 to 77. Translated from the Spanish
by Lord Berners. iii. 64.

Castle of Memorie, translated by William
Fullwood. iii. 282.

Casulis, Jacobus de. ii. 259, 260, 313.
Catechismus Paulinus, by Mulcaster. iii.
282.

Catharine, Saint, Play of, by Geoffrey ab-
bot of Dunstable. i. cxii. ii. 18, 520.
iii. 266.

Catharine, Saint, Play of, acted by the
monks of St. Dennis. ii. 515.

Cato. iii. 363.

Cato's Morals, translated. i. 78. ii. 361 to
365.

Catullus. iii. 330.

Causa Dei, by Brawardine. ii, 165.
Cave, Henry, Narration of the Fall of
Paris Garden, by. iii. 214.
Cavyll, or Cavil. iii. 186, 225.
Caxton. i. cxxxix. cxlviii. cl. cli. cliv.
clv. clxxiv. clxxxii. clxxxvi. clxxxvii.
clxxxviii. 13, 59, 131, 140, 146. ii. 124,
232, 260, 299, 315, 362, 364, 365, 385,
398, 410, 411.
Caxton's Morte Arthur. i. 154, 155.
Caxton's Ovid. iii. 63. Epilogue to
Chaucer's Book of Fame. iii. 288.
Caxton's Troye Boke. ii. 177.
Cecil, Sir William. iii. 39.
Cedrenus. i. xciii. ii. 517.

Ceffi, or Ceffio, Philip, or Christopher, i.
129. ii. 234.

Ceiris, a Fable of Nisus and Scylla. iii.
329.

Celestinus. i. clxxxvi.

Celsus Apuleius. i. cviii. cix.

Celtes Conradus, an early dramatic writer
and Latin poet. ii. 522, 550, 551. iii.
16.

Celts, human skulls used by them for
drinking-cups. i. xxvi.

Cendrata Ludovicus. i. clxxxv.
Cent Histoires Tragiques of Belleforest,
iii. 393.

Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, Les. iii. 382.
Cento Novelle Antiche. i. clvi. clxxiii.
clxxvi. clxxix. clxxxv. cxcviii.
Ceolfrid. i. ciii. civ.

Cephalus and Procris. iii. 337.
Cerisier. ii. 255.

Certain Meters by Sir Thomas More. iii.
94, 95.

Certaine Noble Storyes. iii. 391.
Certaine Triumphes, Booke of. ii. 123.
Certamen inter Johannem et Barones,
versificè. i. 81.

Cervantes. i. clxxxix. 114, 135. ii. 182.
Cesarius. i. cxcvii.

Ceyx and Alcione, Historie of, drawen
into English Meeter by William Hub-
bard. iii. 334.

Chadworth, bishop of Lincoln. ii. 554.
Chalcondylas Demetrius. ii. 557.
Chaloner, Sir Thomas. iii. 320, 374.
Chance of the Dolorus Lover, a poem, by
Christopher Goodwin. iii. 82.

Chanson à boire, or Drinking-ballad, the
first. iii. 179.

Chant, Royal. ii. 221.

Chaos of Historyes. iii. 391.

Chapman, George, a dramatic poet. i. cxl.
ii. 535, 538. iii. 243, 356 to 362.
Chardin. i. xxi.

Chardry, author of the French romances,
the Life of St. Josaphat and the Seven
Sleepers, and a poem called Le petit
Plet. i. 18.

Charette, La, Roman, par Chrestien de
Troyes. i. 137. ii. 234.

Charicell and Drosilla, Loves of, a ro-
mance. ii. 132.

Charite, William. i. 80.
Charito, Romance of. ii. 132.
Charlemagne. i. x. xv. xvi. xviii. xlv. to
xlvii. lvi. lxxxv. xcv. xcviii. c. cii.
cliv.
Charlemagne, Romance of. i. 81, 113,
128, 137, 139, 146, 205. ii. 221, 224.
Charles the Bald. i. xcv.
Charles the Fifth. ii. 549. Account of
his collection of books. i. lxxxix.
Charles, Duke of Byron, Play of. iii. 361.
Chartier, Alain. ii. 128, 270.
Château d'Amour translated by Robert
de Brunne. i. 82, 88.

Château d'Amour, a French poem, erro-
neously ascribed to Bishop Grosseteste.
i. 72.

Chatelain de Coucy. ii. 221.
Chatterton, George. iii. 364.
Chatterton, Thomas. ii. 338 to 360.
Chaucer, Geoffrey. i. vi. cxxii. exl. exlii.

cxlviii. clxv. clxvi. clxxi. clxxx. clxxxiv.
clxxxv. clxxxvii. clxxxviii. exci. excvi. to
cxcvii. iccv. 36, 64, 68, 69, 129, 130, 132,
143 to 145, 148, 167, 170 to 172, 174,
175, 177, 178, 193, 194, 202.ii. 2, 6, 8, 9,
10, 17, 20, 35, 54, 57, 98, 101, 102,
122, 123, 126 to 129, 134, 139 to 224,
225, 228, 233, 242, 243, 245, 246, 255,
263, 264, 268, 269, 286, 328, 361, 363,
364, 371, 398, 399, 403, 404, 408, 413,
433, 434, 439, 440, 443, 476, 484, 499,
503. iii. 6, 29, 39, 47, 63, 77, 80, 90,
91, 99, 100, 177, 257, 269, 274, 287,
288, 335, 336, 345, 352, 365, 374.
Chaundler, Thomas. ii. 255, 256.
Chertsey, Andrew. iii. 79, 80, 259.
Chess, Game of. ii. 260, 261, 302.
Chester, Foundation of the Abbey of, a
poem, by Bradshaw. ii. 372.
Chester Mysteries, or Whitsun Playes. ii.
24, 25. Account of the. ii. 372, 373,
394 to 396.
Chester Plays attributed to Randoll Hig-
den. ii. 372 to 374. Period of their
first appearance. ibid.

Chestre, Thomas. iii. 123.

Chettle, Henry. iii. 243, 244, 312, 353.
Chevalier au Signe l'Ystoire du, a ro-
mance. ii. 107.

Chevalrye, or Knighthood, Boke of the

ordre of, translated out of French. ii.
124.

Chevelere Assigne, or De Cigne, or Knight
of the Swan, Romance of. ii. 107.
Child Bishop, Song of the. iii. 265.
Childe Ippomedone, Romance of. i.
140.

Children of the Chapel Stript and Whipt.
iii. 240.
Chilperic, King, Two Books of Latin
Verses by. i. cviii.

Chironi. cix.

Chopping Knives, a ballad. iii. 244.
Chorle and the Bird, a poem, by Lidgate.
i. exlii. ii. 408.
Chrestien of Troys, Roman du S.-Graal
et Roman de Perceval le Galois, at-
tributed to. i. 136, 137. Not author of
the Saint-Graal. i. 137. Account of his
works still extant. ibid.
Chreuzpeckh, Friedrich von, a German
knight in the English service. ii. 120.
Account of his wars. ii. 120, 121.
Christ, the History of the Childhood of, a
poem. ii. 370. A poem on the Passion
of, by Walter Kennedie. ii. 476.
Christ, Spousage of a Virgin to, by Alcock,
bishop of Ely. ii. 427.

Christ in his Twelfth Year, interlude of,
by John Bale. iii. 78.

Christ's Dialogues in Hell. ii. 395.
Christ's Kirk on the Green, a poem. ii.
476.

Christ's Passion, &c. Play of. iii. 31. a
tragedy, by Gregory Nazianzen. ii.

517.

Christ's Resurrection, a poem on. ii. 20.
Christi Passionis et Resurrectionis Gesta.
i. 69.

Christi Descensus ad Inferos, a religious
drama. ii. 394, 531.

Christi de Passione. ii. 238.
Christi Gesta Salvatoris. ii. 395.
Christian and Jew, metrical dialogue be-
tween, by Sidonius. ii. 364, 413.
Christian Friendship, by Newton. iii.
317.

Christina of Pisa. i. clxxv. ii. 127, 282,
294. Morale Proverbes of, by Wyd-
ville, earl of Rivers. ii. 338.

Christmas, a Latin poem on, by John
Opicius. ii. 555.

Christmas Carols. iii. 129, 130, 254.
Christmas Recreations, by Robinson. iii.
316.

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Chronicum Britannorum. i. 130.
Chronicum Magnum. i. 130.
Chrysanaleia, by A. Munday. iii. 242.
Chryso-Triumphos, a city pageant, by A.
Munday. iii. 242.

Chrysoloras, Emanuel. ii. 267. iii. 4.
Chrysostom, Saint. i. xcvi.

Church, the Figure of our Mother holy,
oppressed by the French king, a poem
by Barclay. ii, 425.
Churche, Daniel. ii. 365.
Churchyard, Thomas. iii. 29, 185, 186,
218, 233, 316.

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Clavell, John. iii. 322.

Clem Clawbacke and Prig Pickthanke,
picture of. iii. 300.

Cleomades, Romance of. i. 138.
Cleomenes and Juliet, Historie of. iii. 381.
Clerc, John. iii. 40, 41.
Clere, Sir Thomas, poetical epitaph on,
by Lord Surrey. iii. 40.
Clergy, Satirical Ballad on the. i. 35.
Clericalis Disciplina, by Peter Alphonsus.
i. cxlii. clxviii. clxxxvi. cxcvii.
Clerke of Tranent, his Scotch version of
the exploits of Gawaine. iii. 122.
Clitophon and Leucippe. iii. 362.
Cloris, or Complaynt of the Passion of
the Despised Sheppard, by W. Smyth.
iii. 325.

Coccaie Martin. ii. 505, 506.
Cockneys, King of the. ii. 543.
Codex Argenteus. i. 1.
Coelum Britannicum, a
Thomas Carew. ii. 538.
Cognatus Gilbertus. iii. 336.
Colbrond, Song of. i. 81.
Coldewell, or Colvil, George. ii. 256.
Colebrooke, Mr., his version of the San-

scrit Hitopades. i. 134.

Colet, Dean. iii. 2, 6, 10. His Gramma-
tices Rudimenta. ii. 57.

Colin Clout, by Skelton. ii. 490, 495,
496.

Collection of Choice Flowers, by Fitz-
geffry. iii. 234.

College of Poetry, founded in the Uni-
versity of Vienna, by Maximilian the
First. ii. 550.

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Conway, Sir John. iii. 387.

Cooper, Mrs. i. 94.

Cooper, John, or Coprario. iii. 378.
Copia Scedulæ valvis domini regis exis-
tentis in Parliamento suo tento apud
Westmonasterium, mense Marcii anno
regni Henrici Sexti vicesimo octavo, a
satirical ballad stuck on the gates of
the royal palace. i. 54.
Copland, Robert. i. clxxxiii. iii. 259.
Coprario, or Cooper, John. iii. 378.
Cor et Oculum, Disputatio inter. i. cxxvii.
Corbet, Bishop. iii. 150.

Corbian, Pierre de. ii. 384, 385.

Corbichon, John. ii. 317.

Corderoy, Mathurine. ii. 364.

Cornish, Thomas. ii. 419. William, a
poet and musician. ii. 511.

Cornouaille a province of Bretagne in
France. ii. 150.

Cornubyence, Girard, or Cornubiensis
Giraldus. i. 80.

Cornewaile, John. i. 5.

Corona Preciosa, by Stephen a Sabio. ii.

134.

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Cosyn, William, dean of Wells. iii. 465.
Cotgrave. i. 63, 64.

Council of the High Priests, an interlude,
by John Bale. iii. 78.
Courci, Jean de. ii. 318.
Courteauisse, Jean de. ii. 318.

Court of Love, Tribunal of the. i. 148. ii.
218, 223.

Court of Love, a poem, by Chaucer. ii.
434.

Court of Sapience, translated by Caxton.
i. cxxxix, clxxxviii.

Court of Venus, moralised. iii. 289.
Courte of Virtue, by J. Hall. iii. 159.
Court Mantel, Le, or The Boy and the
Mantle, story of. i. vi.

Courtier of Castilio, translated. iii. 183.
Courtier's Life, by Sir Thomas Wyat. iii.

49.

Coventry Mysteries, and Plays, Account
of. i. 82, 83. ii. 91, 270, 390, 395.
Coverdale's Bible. iii. 151.
Covetice, an old Scots poem. ii. 475.
Cowper, the Fearful Fantyses of the Flo-
rentyne. iii. 385.

Cox, Dr. Richard. ii. 525.

Cox, Leonarde, Tract on Rhetorick, by.
iii. 10, 272, 273.

Coxeter, Thomas. iii. 234, 325, 331 to
336, 341, 348, 360.

Cranmer, archbishop. iii. 173, 177.
Cranstoun, David. ii. 459.

Creation of the World, Miracle Play of.
ii. 20, 91.

Creed of Saint Athanasius, versified. i.
23.

Creeds, the Nicene, Apostolic, and Atha-
nasian, versified by Whyttingham and
Clement Marot. iii. 148.
Crescentiis, Peter de. ii. 316.
Crescimbeni. i. 141. ii. 221.
Croke, Richard. ii. 559.
Cromwell, Oliver. iii. 144.

Cromwell, Thomas, Lord, a ballad on.
iii. 130.

Crophill, John. ii. 386.

Crowley, Robert, the printer. ii. 509. iii.
165, 166.

Crowne of Lawrell, by Skelton. ii. 489,
500, 501.

Crucifixion, poem on the. i, 24, 32, 33.
Cruel Detter, by Wayer, a Ballet. iii.
342.

Cruget, Claude. iii, 388.
Crusius Martinus. ii. 134.
Cuckowe, William. iii. 244.
Cujentos de Viejas. i. xvii.
Culex, by Spenser. iii. 329.

Cundyt of Comfort, by Fleming. ii.

327.

Cupid, Banishment of, a Romance. iii.
385.

Cupid and Psyche, Play of. iii. 241.
Cupid's Whirligig, Play of. ii. 5. iii.

390.

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Dance-Maccabre, Account of. i. 204, 205.
Dancing, Account of. ii. 538.
Daniel, Arnaud, a Troubadour. ii. 221,
276, 407, 416.

Daniel, the Prophet. ii. 240. Book of,
paraphrased by Cadmon. i. 2.

Daniel, Samuel. ii. 540. iii. 226, 230,
233, 324, 361.

Dante. i. 122, 147, 148. ii. 17, 128, 129,
137, 166, 197, 220, 241, 270, 281,
318, 401, 403, 404, 416, 464, 467,
505. iii. 28, 201 to 214, 367, 374. his
explanation of Tragedy and Comedy,
ii. 67.

Dares, Phrygius, de Bello Trojano. i.
cxxviii. 128, 129, 139. ii. 164, 169,
283, 299, 311. Translated into French
rhymes by Godfrey of Waterford. i.
xviii.

Darius, Romance of. i. clxxviii, clxxix,
cxciv.

Darius, King, Play of. iii. 270.
Davenant, Sir William. i. clvi. ii. 540.

481

David, King. ii. 468. History of. i. 204.
ii. 185. a new Interlude on the two
Synnes of. iii. 270.
David's Harp, Part of the Harmony of. ii.
See

238.

David's Psalms, translated, &c.
Psalms.

David and Bathsheba. ii. 242. Play of,
by George Peele. iii. 270.
David and Goliath, Story of, exhibited in
dumb show. iii. 285.

Davie, Adam. i. clxii, clxvi, clxix. ii. 1 to
15, 233, 471. iii. 106, 115, 116, 117,
121. not the author of the Romance of
Alexander. ii. 6.

Davies' Critical History of Pamphlets. ii.

490.

Davies, Sir John. iii. 394.
Davison's Poems. iii. 44.

D'Avranches, Henry, or Henry the Ver-
sifier. i. 45.
Davy, Adam. See Davie.
Dawes, Ægidius. See Dewes.
Day, John, the printer. iii. 160.

De Adventu et Interitu Antichristi, a
Latin Mystery published by Pez. ii. 19.
Dead Man's Song, a ballad. i. cv. ii. 388.
Death and Life, Poem of. ii. 106.
Death, Dance of, by Lydgate. ii. 271.
translated. ibid.

Death, Divine Poem on, by Michael
Kildare. ii. 289.

De Brooke, William. ii. 89.
Decameron of Boccaccio. i. cxl, cciv. .

132, 134, 162, 171, 183, 184. Trans-
lated into French by Laurence. ii. 278,
iii. 393.

Deceipts in Love, discoursed in a Comedie
of two Italyan Gentlemen, and trans-
lated into Englisshe. iii. 391.

De Cis, or Thri, an old French poet. ii.,
255.

Decker, or Dekker, Thomas. ii. 534. iii.
233, 244, 344, 352.

Declaration of God's Judgement at Paris
Garden, by John Field. iii. 241,
Dee, John. ii. 524. iii. 221, 386.
Defence of Poetry, by Sir P. Sydney. iii.
227, 295.

Defence of Women, by E. More. iii. 264.
Degore, Sir, Romance of. i. 180 to 183.

The printed version of, an unskilful ri-
faccimento. i. 180. Origin of the name.
ibid.

De Graville, Anna. ii. 130.
De Grise, Jehan. i. 142.
De Guldevord, John. i. 25.
De Hales, Thomas. i. 72.

De Harnes, Michael Turpin's Charle-
magne translated by. ii. 311.

De la Rue, his account of Anglo-Norman
poetry. i. 58. His opinion upon the an-
tiquity of the Bayeux tapestry. i. 60.
Delight of the Soul, by Hawes. ii. 398.
Deloney, Thomas. iii. 348.

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