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PRIME, sb. E. lviii. p. 233, 1. 27. See the passage itself.
PRIME, adj. Best. E. xxxiv. p. 146, I. 15.
PRIMUM MOBILE. E. xv. p. 56, 1. 18, li. p. 209, l. 17.

See note on p. 56.
PRINCIPIALL, adj. Initial. E. xxxv. p. 151, 1. 6.
PRIVADOES, sb. Intimate friends, favorites. The Duchess

of Burgundy, after instructing Perkin Warbeck in his part, “sent him unknowne into Portugall, with the Lady Brampton, an English Ladie, that embarqued for Portugall at that time: with some Privado of her owne to haue an eye upon

him." Hist. of Hen. 7, P. 117, ed. 1622. E. xxvii. p. 108, 1.7. PRIVATE, sb. Used as a substantive. Comp. B. Jonson,

Sejanus, iii. 1: “My Lord, this strikes at every Roman's

private." E. xxxiii. p. 141, 1. 6. PRÍVATENESSE, sb. Privacy. E. xi. p. 39, I. 18. PRIVIE, adj. Private. E. xlv. p. 184, 1. 29. PROCEEDING, sb. Course of action, policy. E. xv. p. 61,

l. 16, p. 62, 1. 10. PROFIT, v.i. To make progress. E. xlii. p. 175. 1. 7, xxix.

p. 126, 1. 8. PROPER, adj. Peculiar. E. vii. p. 23, 1.9. Personal. E.

xxvii. p. 115, 1, 15, lvii. p. 230, l. 9. PROPOUND, v.t. To propose. C. 4. p. 251, l. 13. PROPRIETY, sb. Property, peculiarity. E. iii. p. 9, 1. 14. PROSPECTIVE, sb. Perspective glasses, which were appa

rently used to produce the same solid appearance as the modern stereoscope. E. xxvi. p. 104, I. 13. Chaucer, Squiri's Tale, 10548 :

“They speak of Alhazen and Vitilyon

And Aristotle, that writen in her lyves

Of queynte myrroirs and prospect yves." PROYNING, sb. Pruning. E. 1. p. 204, 1. 16. PULING, só. A whining. E. xxxvii. p. 157, 1. 13. PURCHASE, v. t. To acquire, procure. E. iv. p. 14, l. 16. lv. p. 219, 1. 12.

* sb. Acquisition. C. 9. p. 263, 1. 7. PURPOSE, OF. Purposely. E. ix. P. 33, 1. 18.

HAD A. Purposed. F. p. 241, 1. 4.

HAD IN. Purposed. F. p. 240, 1. 18. PURÝRISE, sb. An inclosure, precinct. E. lvi. p. 225, 1. 30. PUT ABROAD. Spread out. E. xxvii. p. 111, 1. 33. PUT UP. To offer as a prayer. E. xxxix, p. 163, 1. 18. PUTRIFIE, v. t. To corrupt. E. xlix. p. 201, 1. 2. PYTHONISSA, sb. A woman possessed with the spirit of

Python, or divination. See note. E. xxxv. p. 149, 1. 5.

QUADLINS, sb. Codlings. E. xlvi. p. 187, l. 29. QUALITIE, sb. Rank. E. xv. p. 59, 1, 17, liii. p. 213, I. 15. QUARRELL, sb. Lit. a cause of complaint; hence any cause

or reason, E. viï. p. 28, l. 5, xxix. p. 126, 1. 30.

1. 1.

QUARTER, TO KEEP. To keep one's proper place, and so

be on good terms with another. E. x. p. 38, 1. 5, xxii. p. 94, QUEECHING, sb. Crying out. But see note. E. xxxix.

p. 163, 1. 16. QUICKNING, sb. A giving life to. E. xli. p. 171, 1. 6. JIDDITIE, sb. Lit. somethingness, opposed to 'nullity,' or nothingness: an old scholastic term denoting essential sub

stance. C. 1o. p. 264, 1. 23. QUIRE, sb. A choir. E. xxxvii. p. 156, l. 16.

R.

RACES, sb. Breeds. E. xxix. P. 120, I. Io.
RANGE, v. t. To set in order, arrange. E. lviii. p. 237, 1. 28.
RANGED, P.P. Planted in ranges or rows. E. xlvi. p. 1949
RANGES, sb, Rows. E. xlvi. p. 193, 1. 28.
RASPES, sb. Raspberries. E. xlvi. p. 187, 1. 22.
RATHEST, adv. Soonest; superlative of rathe, early, used

adverbially. C. 1. p. 248, 1. 1. RAVENING, adj. Psundering. “Ravening fowle' are 'birds

of prey'. F. p. 240, 1. 2. RAVISH, v. t. I'o sweep hastily away. E. xvii. p. 69, l. 4. REASON, sb. In the phrases it is reason', 'it were reason

where we should use the adjective 'reasonable'. E. viii.

p. 26, 1. 8, xi. p. 39, l. 17, xiv. p. 52, 1. 26. RECAMERA, sb. "A back chamber. E. xlv. p. 184, 1. 33. RECEIPT, sb. Receptacle. E. xlvi. p. 191, 1, 24. RECIPROQUE, adj. Reciprocal. E. x. p. 37, l. 21. Used

as a substantive. E. ix. p. 37, I. 23. RECONCILEMENT, sb. Reconciliation. E. iii. p. 10, l. 17. RECREATIVE, adj. Recreating, refreshing. E. xxxvii.

p. 157, 1. 32. REDUCED. P.p. Brought within bounds. E. lviii. p. 238, 1. 8. REFERENDARIES, Sb. Referees. E. xlix. p. 202, l. 13. REFLECT, wi. To be reflected. Used as an intransitive

verb. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 10. REFRAINED, pop. Bridled, restrained, held in check.

E. lvii. p. 228, 1. 10. See note on p. 119, 1. 9. REFRAINING, sb. Bridling, restraining. E. lvii. p. 229, 1. 32. REGARD, IN.' Because. E. xxix. p. 122, 1. 23. REGIMENT, sb. Regimen. E. xxx. REIGLEMENT, sb. Regulation. E. xli. p. 170, 1. 31. REINES, sb. The kidneys (Lat. renes). E. I. p. 205, I. 30. RELATION, sb. Narrative. E. x. p. 37, 1. 27. REMEMBRING, adi. Mindful. E. xi. p. 43, 1. 17. REMOVE, sb. Removal. C. 6. p. 256, 1. 31. REMOVER, sb. A restless man. E. xl. p. 166, 1. 23. REPOSED, P.p. Settled, calm. E. xlii. p. 173, 1. 17., REPUTED, pip. Well reputed of, of good reputation. E.

xv. p. 63, I. 10.

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RESEMBLANCE, sb. Comparison. E. Ivi. p. 226, 1. 18.
RESEMBLED, p.p. Compared. E. xx. p. 83, 1. 34.
RESORT, sb. Apparently used in the sense of a spring or

fountain. In this case the phrase 'resorts and falls is illus-
trated by the following quotation from Fuller (Holy State,
Xxv): Mr Perkins “was born the first, and died the last
year of Queen Elizabeth, so that his life streamed in
equal length with her reign, and they both had their
fountains and falls together.” See the note. In the De
Aug. the true reading is probably fontes for fomites.

E. xxii. p. 95, l. 21.
RESPECT, v. t. To regard, consider. E. xxx. P. 132, I. 26.

sb. Consideration. E. xi. p. 42, 1. 23, xiv. p. 51, 1. 17, xxiii. p. 97, l. 25, lii. p. 212, 1. i.

IN.“In case. Ė. xxviii. p. 116, I. 20.
3. Have set up their rest = have staked their all.
Nares (Glossary) thus explains it: “A metaphor from the
once fashionable and favourite game of primero; meaning
to stand upon the cards you have in your hand, in hopes
they may prove better than those of your adversary.” E.

xxix. p. 128, 1. 27.
REST, 0.i. To remain. E. xxxvi. p. 154, 1. 16.
RESTRAINED, P. p. Restricted. E. xxvii. p. 112, l. 3.
RETIRING, sb. Retirement. E. I. p. 204, 1. 3.
RETURNES, sb. Parts of a house built out at the back.

E. xlv. p. 182, 1. 7.
REVEREND, adj. Venerable, deserving of reverence or re-

spect. E. xiv. p. 52, l. 15, xx. p. 86, 1. 1o, lvi. p. 222, 1. 10. RIBES, sb. Probably the Ribes rubrum, or red currant.

E. xlvi. p. 187, I. 22.
RICH, adj.' Valuable, precious. E. xxv. P. 102, 1, 1.
RID, v. t. To get rid of, dispose of. E. xxix. p. 125,. 1. 11.
RIGHT, adv. Very. E. xxiii. p. 96, 1. 9.
RIOTER, sb. A riotous or dissolute person. C. 7. p. 259, I. 25.
RISE, sb. Origin, source. E. xxxiv. p. 147, l. 24.
RISING, pr. p. Arising. E. vi. p. 21, 1. 10.
ROUND, adj. Plain, straightforward. E. i. p. 3, 1. 25.

adv. Swiftly, uninterruptedly. E. vi. p. 22, 1. 2.
xxiv. p. 100, 1. 4.
RUN A DANGER = run a risk. E. xxvii. p. 113, l. 30

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SACIETY, sb. Satiety. E. ii. p. 6, 1. 16, lii. p. 211, I. 20.
SAD, adj. Sober, grave; dark coloured. E. v. p. 17, l. 21.

F. p. 240, 1. 4.
SALTNESSE, sb. Wit. E. xxxii. p. 137, 1. 9.
SANCTUARY-MEN, sb. Men who had claimed the privilege

of sanctuary. C. 7, P. 259, 1. 19.
SARZA, sb. Sarsaparilla. E. xxvii. p. 107, 1. 20.
SATYRÍAN, sb. The orchis. E. xlvi. p. 187, 1. 23. The sweet

satyrian with the white flower is probably the butterfly

orchis. SAVE, adv. Except. E. xx. p. 87, l. 23, xlv. p. 185, l. 15. SCANT, adv. Scarcely. C. 1, p. 247, I. 16.

wit. To limit. E. xlv. p. 181, 1. ro. SCANTLING, sb. Limit, dimension. E. Iv. p. 221, l. 11. SCUTCHION, sb. Escutcheon. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 16. SEAT, sb. Site. E. xlv. p. 180, 1. 7. SEA-WATER-GREENE, adj. 'Sea-green. E. xxxvii. p. 157,

1. 17. SECRET, adj. Silent. E. vi. p. 19, I. 31. SECRETTED, pp. Kept secret. "E. vi. p. 18, 1. 19. SEEK, TO. At a loss. E. xli. p, 171, 1. 11. SEELED, p.p. Having the eyes closed. Hawks were tamed

by sewing up their eyelids till they became tractable. E.

xxxvi. p. 154, 1. 10. SEELINGS, sb. Wainscottings._ E. liv. p. 217, I. 29. SENSIBLE OF. Sensitive to. E. viii. p. 27, 1. 4. SENSITIVE, adj. Sensible. B. Jonson, Sejanus, v. 10.

C. 10. p. 265, I. 33: .. SENSUAL, adj. Affecting the senses. E. xvii. p. 69, I. 19. SENTENCE, sb. Sentiment, opinion. E. ii. p. 6, l. 31, lviii.

p. 231, 1. 4. SEQUESTER, v. t. To withdraw. E. xxvii. p. 106, 1. 12. SET UPON, v. t. To attack. E. xxix. p. 120, I. 22. SEVERALL, adj. Separate, different. É, vi. p. 18, 1. 16, xix.

p. 81, 1. 6, xli. p. 171, 1. 8. SHADOW, sb. Shade. E. xi, p. 39, I. 19. SHAPEN,'p.p. Shaped, formed. E. xxiv. I. 2, SHEEPE-MASTER, 'sb.' An owner of sheep. Comp. 2 K.

iii. 4. E. xxxiv. p. 146, I. 5. SHEW, sb. Appearance. E. liii. p. 213, 1. 11.

v. t. To cause to appear. 'E. ii. p. 6, 1. 2. SHÉWED, P.p. Shewn. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 20. SHINE, vit. “To cause to shine. "E. xiii. p. 48, 1. 29. SHREWD, adj. Mischievous. E. xxiii. p. 96, I. 2. SHRIFT, sb. Confession. E. xxvii. p. 107, 1. 27. SHUT OUT, 0.t. To exclude. E. xli. p. 171, 1. 23. SIDE, v. t. To stand by. E. xi. p. 43, 1. 8. v. refl. To range

oneself. E. li. p. 209, 1. 2. „ ON THE OTHER. On the other hand. E. xx. p. 86,

"1. 1, xli. p. 169. 1. 34. SIGNÉS, sb. E. lviii. p. 234, I. 29. Used as in the New Tes

tament. SIMILITUDE, sb. Comparison, parable. Comp. Hos. xii. 10.

E. xvii. p. 69, 1. 32.. SIMULATION, sb. A pretending to be that which one is not.

E. vi. throughout. SINGULAR, adj. Single. E, xxix. p. 124, I. 11. SIT, v.i. In the phrase 'to sit at a great rent,' for 'to be

subject to a great rent.' E. xli. p. 169, I. 12. SKIRTS, sb, Irain. E. vi. p. 21, 1. 4

SLIDE, sb. Smooth motion. E. xiv. p. 53, 1. 4, xl. p. 167,

1. 13. SLIGHT, v.t. To pass slightly. E. xii. p. 45, 1. 28. SLOPE, adj. Sloping. E. xlvi. p. 190, 1. 19. SLUGGE, sb. Hindrance. E. xli. p. 169, 1. 30. SMOTHER, sb. 'To keep in smother' is 'to stifle;' and 'to

pass in smother,' 'to be stifled,' E. xxvii. p. 112, l. 11,

xxxi. p. 134, 1. 22. so. Such. E. xxvii. p. 110, 1. 2. SOBERLY, adv. Moderately. E. xxix. P. 121, 1. II. SO FARRE FORTH. So far. E. xlix. p. 202, 1. 21. SOFTLY, adv. Gently. E. vi. p. 19, 1. 7, xv. p. 56, l. 21.

Comp. Gen. xxxiii. 14; Is. viii. 6. SOME, pr. One, some one. E. ix. p. 35, 1. 14, xxviii. p. 117,

1. 6. SOMETIME, adv. Sometimes. E. x, p. 38, 1. 18. SOOTHSAYER, sb. Literally, 'truth-teller ;' a teller of future

events. E. xxxv. P. 150, 1. 6. SOPHY, sb. The shah of Persia. E. xliii. p. 176, 1. 14. SORT, v.i. To agree. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 6, xxvii. p. 115, I. 20,

xxxviii. p. 160, 1. 34. To associate, consort. E. vii. p. 24, 1. 11. To result, issue. E. xxvii. p. 108, 1. 5, xxix. p. 124, 1.4. To arrange. E. xlv. p. 181, l. 15. , sb. Class, kind, E. xv. P. 60, 1. 20.

IN A. In a manner. E. xli. p. 172, 1. 30. SPÄKE. Past tense of speak. E. i. p. 2, 1. 23. SPANGS, sb. Spangles. E. xxxvii. p. 157, 1. 17. SPECIALLY, adv. Especially. E. lviii. p. 233, 1. 14. SPECULATIVE, adj. 'Inquisitive. E. xx. p. 86, 1. 2. SPEND, v. t. To consume. E. xxxiii. p, 140, 1. 3. SPEW OUT, v. t. To reject with loathing. E. lvi. p. 223,

1. 15. Comp. Rev. iii. 16. SPIALLS, sb. Spies. E. xliv. p. 179, 1. 19. SPIRITS, sb. 'High and great spirits,' men of high courage.

E. ii. p. 6, 1, 23, xliii. p. 176, 1. 15.
SPOKEN TO, P.p. Discussed. E. xx. p. 87, l. 5.
SPONNE, pop. Spun. E. xxxv. p. 151, l. 3.
SPREAD, adj. Wide spreading. C. 7. p. 258, 1. 28.
STABLISHED, p.p. Established. E. xxxiv. p. 148, 1. 9.
STADDLES, sb.Young trees left standing in a wood after the

underwood has been cut away. E. xxix. p, 122, I. 10,
STAID, p.p. Steady. E. lvi. p. 224, 1. 34.
STALE, sb. Stale mate at chess. E. xii. p. 46, 1. 7.
STAND, sb. A standstill, stagnation. E. xli. p. 170, 1. 7.

AT A. At a loss. E. i. p. 1, 1. 17.
STAND UPON. To insist upon. E. xxix. p. 126, 1. 9..

WITH. To be consistent with. E. xxxiii. p. 139, 1. 18. STATE, sb. Stability. C. 9. p. 262, l. 12. Estate. E. xxviii.

p. 117, I. 21, xxxiv. p. 148, 1. 7. STATELY, adv. In a stately manner. E. xlvi. p. 186, 1. 8. STATUA, sb. Statue. E. xxvii. p. 112, l. 10, xxxvii. p. 157,

1. 28, xlv. p. 182, 1. 29.

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