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Drama, account of, in the lower stages
of the Empire. ii. 516. the French,
origin of. ii. 515, 516.
Dramata Sacra, by Oporinus. iii. 370.
Drant, Thomas. iii. 264, 312, 343-347,
364.
Drayton, Michael. i. 11, 121, 143. ii. 176,
179, 192. iii. 23, 29, 31, 51, 77, 221,
222, 225, 226, 230, 233, 352, 360.
Dream of Scipio, Tully's. iii. 84.
Dreme, by Sir David Lyndesay. ii. 460-
467.

Drinking Ballad, the First. iii. 179-
180.

Dryden, John. i. clvi. ii. 140, 141, 148,
183, 190, 217. iii. 358, 379.

Du Bos, his opinion of the æra when the
Britons migrated to Armorica. i. v.
Dubricius. i. x.

Du Cange. i. ii, 139, 161-163, 174, 177,
205. ii. 3, 26, 131, 133, 134, 137, 146,
157, 164.

Ducarel's Anglo-Norman Antiquities. i.
60, 61.

Du Chesne, Jean. ii. 319.
Duchy of Normandy, revenue roll of,
for 1083. i. 6.

Duclos, Mons. ii. 26.

Dufour, Antoine. ii. 317.

Du Fresnoy. ii. 161.

Dugdale. i. cvi, 177, 204. ii. 98. iii. 136.
Du Halde. ii. 175.

Duke, Gilbert. iii. 364.

Dumb shows, account of. ii. 392, 393.
iii. 242, 243, 285, 293, 294.

Dun, John, first master of the revels. ii.
524.

Dunbar, William. ii. 433-449, 507.
Dunbar, La Countesse de, demanda a
Thomas Essedoune quant la guere
d'Escoce prendret fyn. i. 71.
Duncane Laider, or Macgregor's Testa-
ment, a Poem. iii. 482-486.
Dunois, Mademoiselle. i. xvii.
Dunstable, Robert. i. cxvii.
Dunstan, St. i. ci, cii.

Du Reiz, Pierros, Romance of Judas
Macchabée, by. ii. 185.

Du Vignay. ii. 260.

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Ecclesiastes, Latin Translation of, by
Robert Shirwoode. iii. 10.

Ecerrinis, or the Fate of the Tyrant Ecer-
rinus of Verona, a Tragedy, by Alberti
Mussato. ii. 546.

Edda, the. i. xxi, xxvi, 1, li. ii. 387.
Edda, a monk of Canterbury. i. ci.
Edessenus, Theophilus, Homer translated
into Syriac by. i. xci.
Edituus, Hermanus. i. cciii.
Edmonton, Merry Devil of, Play of the.

iii. 81.

Edmund, Saint, History of, by Lydgate.
ii. 272-274.
Edric. i. cxlii.

Education, a Compendious Fourme of,
&c., in Verse, by E. Hake. iii. 229.
Edvardi de Karnarvon, Lamentatio glori-
osi Regis, quam edidit tempore suæ
incarcerationis, translated into English
verse, by Fabian. ii. 382, 383.
Edward I. King, Elegy on. i. 92.
Edward II. Poem on. ii. 383, 384.
Edward II. Play of, by Marlowe. iii. 354.
Edward III. Poem on the Wars of, by
Minot. iii. 99.

Edward IV. and the Tanner of Tamworth,
delectable Historie of. ii. 338.
Edward VI. iii. 70.

Edward the Black Prince, the Achieve-
ments of, a Poem in French. ii. 120.
Edwards, Richard, a dramatic writer. i.
clxxxvii. ii. 534. iii. 237-247.

Edyth, the mery Gestys of one callyd, the
lyeng Wydow, by Walter Smyth. ii.

513.

Egill, an Islandic poet, fought on Athel-

stan's side at the battle of Brun-
enburgh. i. xxxv, xxxvi. his Ransom, a
Poem. i. 22.

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Eginhart. ii. 312. curious account of a
clock by. i. xcix, c.

Eglamour, Syr, of Artoys, Romance of.
i. 172, 174.

Eglogues, by Barclay. ii. 426-430.
Eiddin, Mynnydawe, a Poem celebrating
the battles of. i. xlviii.

Eight Kings, the History of, on tapestry.
i. 204.

Epnun of Aristophanes. ii. 524.
Elementarie, by Mulcaster. iii. 283.
Elfleda, daughter of Alfred, Poetical Epi-
stle to, by Henry of Huntingdon. i. cxix.
Elfric, a Saxon abbot of Malmesbury.
i. cii.

Eliduc, Tale of. i. iii, iv.

Elinour Rummyng, the Tunnyng of, by
Skelton. ii. 490.

Elizabeth, Queen, wife of Henry VII., a
rueful Lamentation on the death of, by
Sir Thomas More. iii. 96, 97.
Elizabeth, Queen. i. cciii. ii. 526, 527.
iii. 20, 230, 240, 318, 396.

Elizabetha, a Latin Poem, by Christopher

Ocland. iii. 260.

Ellerbach, Burkhard von, has left an
account of the battle of Cressy. ii. 120.
Ellis, Mr., doubts the forgeries ascribed
to Harding. ii. 329.
Elucidarium. iii. 80.

Emare, Lay or Romance of. i. clxxx, cxci,
cxciv. iii. 109, 123.

Emathius, or Eustathius, a Romance. ii.
132.

Emendatio Vitæ, a Poem, by R. Hampole.

ii.

Emma, Queen, delivered from the plough-
shares, tale of. i. 81.

Enchiridion of Surgery, by Gale. iii. 159.
Endimion and Phebe. iii. 338.
Eneas, Romance of. i. 137.
Eneidos of Virgil, translated. See Virgil.
Enemy of Idleness, by Fullwood. iii. 285.
Engelhus, Conrade. i. ciii.
Engelhusen, Theodoric. ii. 234.
England, History of, in Verse, by Robert
of Gloucester. See Robert of Glou-
cester.

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Ferris, Richard, the dangerous adventure
of, &c. iii. 185.

Ferron, John, Liber Moralis de ludo
Scaccorum of Jacobus de Casulis,
translated into French by. ii. 260.
Festival, or Festiall. i. 13.

Fête de Ane. ii. 508, 517.

Fête de Foux. ii. 515, 517, 531, 532.
Feylde, or Field, Richard [Thomas]. ii.
404. iii. 82, 83.

Fiametta of Boccace, translated by B.
Giouanno del M. Temp. iii. 376, 394.
Field, master of Fotheringay college.
ii. 363.

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Five Joys of the Blessed Virgin, a Song.

i. 31.

Flacius, Matthias. i. 46.
Flaherty. i. xxvii.

Flamma, Gualvanei de la, Chronicle of
the Vicecomites of Milan, by. ii. 91.
Flaura and Marcus, a Latin Tragic Poem,
by William of Blois. i. cxx.

Flee from the Presse, a Poem, said to be
written by Skogan. ii. 336.
Fleetwood, Bishop. i. 13.
Flemmyng, Robert. ii. 554. Abraham.
iii. 325-327, 365. John. iii. 327.
Samuel. iii. 325, 326.
Fletcher, John, a dramatic writer. ii. 539.
iii. 232-234.

Fletcher, Giles. iii. 349. Robert. iii. 262.
Fleury, Jean. iii. 379.

Flies and Ants, War with, or Moschea.
ii. 505.

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Fools, Feast of. ii. 29, 515, 517, 531, 532.
Fordun. ii. 15.

Forest, or Collection of Historyes, by For-
tescue. iii. 388.

Fornari, Simon. iii. 287.
Forrest of Fancy. iii. 312.
Forrest, Syr William. iii. 257-259.
Fortescue, Thomas. iii. 388.

Fortunate Isles, Masque of, by Bea
Jonson. iii. 77.

Fortunatus. i. lxxxiv. ii. 562.

Fortune et de Félicité, Roman de. ii. 216.
Fortune, Boke of, by Sir Thomas More.
iii. 95.

Forze d'Ercole, by Boccacio. ii. 129.
Fountaine of Antient Fiction, by Richard
Linche. iii. 392.

Fouquet of Marseilles. i. 121, 122.
Four P's, Play of. iii. 86.

Fox, Bishop of Winchester. ii. 391. iii.
2-4.

Fox, the martyrologist. iii. 147, 288.
Foxa, Jefre de. iii. 285.

Franc, Guillaume de. iii. 145.
Frances, Sir Henry, reputed author of
the Chester Plays. ii. 26.

Francic language, the, confounded by
Warton with modern French. i. 3.
Francis the First of France. ii. 549.
Francis, Dauphin of France, Epithala-

mium on, by Andrew Bernard. ii. 334.
Francus, Hunnibaldus, Latin History of
France, by. i. ix.

Franeth, Nicholas. i. cxiv.
Frankelein's Tale, by Chaucer. i. cxlviii.
ii. 202.

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French drama, origin of. ii. 515, 516.
Freere and the Boye. iii. 382.
Fresne, Tale of. i. iii.

Friars, outline of the constitution of the
Four Orders of Mendicant. ii. 87 to 93.
Fridegode. i. cvi.

Frier Fox-Taile, a Ballad. iii. 244.
Frigidilles. ii. 239.
Frogs and Mice. iii. 350, 359.
Froissart. i. liv. exci to exciii, 64, 178,
179. ii. 33, 34, 120, 123 to 126, 393,
440, 462, 486, 487. iii. 115, 348. Ac-
count of his poems. ii. 222, 223.
Frontinus. i. xcvi. ii. 318.
Fructus Temporum. i. 59.
Fryssell, William. iii. 10.
Fulk, William. iii. 375.
Fullwood, William. iii. 281, 282.
Fullwell, Ulpian. iii. 226.

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