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Unlesse this Wormall * did exceede

Even him in wickednesse,
Who died in the extreemest neede

And terror's bitternesse.

Yet Wormall ever kept his course,

Since nought could him dismay; He knew not what thing was remorse

Unto his dying day.

Then had he no time to repent

The crimes he did commit, And no man ever did lament

For him, to dye unfitt.

Ah, how is knowledge wasted quite

On such want wisedome true, And that which should be guiding light

But leades to errors newe!

Well might learnd Cambridge oft regret

He ever there was bred :
The tree she in his minde had set

Brought poison forth instead.

His lust was lawlesse as his life,

And brought about his death; For, in a deadlie mortall strife,

Striving to stop the breath

Of one who was his rivall foe,

With his owne dagger slaine,
* Wormall] The anagram of Murlow.

He groand, and word spoke never moe,

Pierc'd through the eye and braine. .

Thus did he come to suddaine ende

That was a foe to all,
And least unto himselfe a friend,

And raging passion's thrall.
Had he been brought up to the trade

His father follow'd still,
This exit he had never made,

Nor playde a part soe ill. Take warning ye that playes doe make, And

ye

that doe them act; Desist in time for Wormall's sake,

And thinke upon his fact. Blaspheming Tambolin* must die

And Faustus meete his ende;
Repent, repent, or presentlie

To hell ye must discend.
What is there, in this world, of worth,

That we should prize it soe?
Life is but trouble from our birth,

The wise do say and know.
Our lives, then, let us mend with speed,

Or we shall suerly rue
The end of everie hainous deede,
In life that shall insue.

Finis. Ign.

* Tambolin] So perhaps the ballad-mongerchose to write the name.

boss i. 67.
bousing-glass iii. 263.
brave i. 24, iü. 226.
breeching ii. 275.
brent i. 77.
bugs i. 179.
burgonets ii. 305.
burlady ii. 23.
burst i. 205, ii. 423.
buss iii. 263.

Cadiz, expedition against, iii.

47.
Cares iii. 69.
carquenet iii. 43.
case ii. 41.
cast i. 339, ii. 267.
catzerie i. 322.
cavalieros i. 153.
cazzo i. 305.
censured iii. 12.
censures i. 6.
centronels ii. 391.
champion i. 35.
chai 136.
channel ii. 173,
channel-water ii. 271.
child of sail, with, iji. 52.
clad ii. 426.
clange iii. 102.
cleapt iii. 99.
cleyes iii. 297.
clip iü. 112.
clout i. 40.
coated iii. 315.
cock iii, 263.
coil ïi. 411.
coll ii. 416.

INDEX TO THE NOTES.

'a ii. 343.
affect ii. 409.
again ii. 209.
a good i. 277.
Agrippa ii. 12.
air of life ii. 270.
Albertus ii. 14.
a-life iii. 180.
appointed ii. 241.
approve i. 186, iii. 124.
argins i, 162.
artier i. 49.
atones iii. 64.
axes iii. 271.

bable ii. 307.
ballass ii. 397.
ballassed ii. 375.
Banks and his horse iii. 246.
bankrouts i. 277.
banned i. 104.
banquerout iii. 134.
basilisks i. 72.
bassoes i. 52.
bastones i, 62.
bating iïi. 100.
batten i. 297.
beholding ii. 69.
bevers ii. 42.
bezzling iii. 263.
bid a base ii. 242.
bill ii. 29.
bills ii. 7.
bin i. 230.
bird-bolt iii. 97.
block iii. 239.
blubbered i. 92.
Boheme i. 126.

VOL. III.

A A

[blocks in formation]

colts i, 196.
conceit i. 22, ii. 63.
conceived ii. 369.
confits iji. 87.
consort i. 87.
convertite i. 249.
convey him closely ii. 319.
counterfeit i. 56, iii. 56.
counter-scarfs iii. 240.
cousin ii. 195.
covent i. 309.
cross i. 282.
cross-biting i. 322.
cullions ii. 196.
cunning ii. 6.
cunning ii. 12.
cursen ii, 140.
curst iii. 238.
curstly ii. 267.
curtal iii. 246.
custom i. 239.
cypres iii. 50.

fair iii. 77.
falc'nets i. 166.
fall iii. 275.
false-brays iii. 241.
familiars ii. 24.
fancy ii. 402.
far-fet ii. 406, iii. 273.
favour iii, 97.
favourless ii, 395.
fet iii. 35.
few, in, i, 298.
flaw iii. 122.
fleet i, 211, ii. 181.
flour iii. 11.
fond i. 5, ii. 33, iji. 239.
fondly ii, 260.
for i. 186.
forslow ii. 216, iii. 200.
foul ii. 395.
fraught i. 241.
freshmen ii. 38.
fro iii. 176.

damned i. 224.
Daniel, Samuel, probable allu-

sion to, iii. 259.
declined ii. 179.
deer eating dittany to heal its

wounds ii. 257, iii. 344.
defend ii. 331.
denies i. 248.
deserved ii. 241.
dichotomist ii. 315.
discoloured iii. 10.
Drayton, Michael, allusion to,

iii. 242.

gain three for one iii. 256.
garboils iii. 272.
Gaunt iii. 252.
Gill's iii. 254.
git iii. 53.
give arms i. 178.
gobbets iii. 114.
grate, a, iii. 228.
guess ii. 139.
Guise, the, i. 235.

earns ii. 254.
ecstasy i. 254.
ecues ii. 300.
entrance ii. 308.
entreat i. 266, iii. 99.
envied i. 302, ii. 376.
erring ii. 17.
exercise i. 315.

had I wist ii. 222.
halcyon's bill i. 238.
harness ii. 106.
bast iii. 184.
haught ii. 226.
hebon i. 298.
held in hand i, 290.

het iii. 46.
hey-pass ii. 65.
hight üi. 5.
histories i. 5.
ho ii. 286.
horse-courser ii. 62.
hose iii. 246.
hoves iii. 30.
hugy i. 64.
Hunkes, Harry, iii. 258.

lawnds ii. 374.
laid for iii. 314.
left iii. 184.
legs ii. 198.
lemans ii. 210.
lep iii. 27.
Lepidus, his printed dog, iii.

261.
'less iii, 191.
let i. 87.
let iii. 183.
lewd iii. 146.
lewdly iii. 200.
liefest ii. 436.
like jii. 269.
likes iii. 148.
line iii. 248.
linstock i. 342.
Lopez, Doctor, ii. 64.
lown ii. 183.
luxury iii. 262.

ibis i. 83.
imbast iii. 200.
imperance iii. 54.
imperious ii. 333.
incensed ii. 331,
incest iii. 146.
incivil i, 13.
incontinent i. 13.
incony i. 327.
injury i. 19.
into ii. 416.
ippocras ii. 52.
Irish kerns ii. 208.
iterating ii. 35.

jesses ii. 202.
jest i. 198.
jets iï. 196.
Jews charged with crucifying

children i. 303.
jig ü. 209.
Jove ii. 21.
Judas supposed to have hang-

ed himself on an elder-tree
i. 329.

Mænas iii. 298.
males i. 25.
malgrado ii. 218.
masty iïi. 236.
mated, i. 15, ii. 5.
measures i. 205.
merchants i. 27.
mere iii. 42.
merit iii. 283.
minikin iii. 262.
minions i. 166.
Mins'üi. 238.
miss i. 188.
mo ii. 351, ji, 18.
More, Sir Thomas, allusion to

a Latin epigram by, iii. 250.
mought ii. 405.
much ii. 125.
muschatoes i. 315.
mushrump ii. 191.
muted iii. 257.

keel, the fiery, at Antwerp's

bridge, ii. ii.
keembed iii. 122.
kembed iii. 137.
keend ü. 435.
keep ü. 301.

launched iii. 269.

neck-verso i, 315.

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