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SIMPSON, RICHARD. The School of Shakspeare. 2 vols. London, 1878.
The Political Use of the Stage in Shakspere's Time.
Poetasters. Breslau, 1899.
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Actors, chastising of, 221.
Bullen, A. H., cited, xcviii-ix.
Caesar's gardens, 173.
Cambyses, King, Preston's 191, 205.
Carey, Elizabeth, lxxx-i.
Case is Altered, Jonson's, vi, xxv.
xxv, xlvi, 144, 164, 167-8, 169, Chamberlain's Company, xxvii, lviii-
Chapman, George, as a translator,
XXXV; alleged to be the Virgil
his style, xcii; his learning, xcii;
probably not Virgil, xcv; 167-8.
Chester, Charles, lui.
Children of the Chapel, xxvii, 137 ff.
Children of Paul's, 138.
Chloe, xli, 158.
Circles used by magicians, 216.
Cittie Wife, xli.
Commission, take up by, 172.
Jonson's, xxv, lxxx, xciii, 154,
164, 215, 223, 238.
Crispinus, Rufus Laberius, xli seq.;
described, xlii-iii; identified with
John Marston, xliii seq. ; his
style, xlvi; lx; 137; his person,
161, 164; his arms, 161-2; 169;
171; 172; 177; his vocabulary, Farthingale, 160.
Fastidious Brisk, xliv-v, li.
Field, Nathaniel, 138, 193, 239-240.
xxx, xliv-v, 1, lxi seq., 145. Flat-cap, 162–3.
Fleay, F. G., cited, xlix-1, lii, lv seq.,
Ixiii, lxv seq., lxx, lxxvi seq.,
Folio of 1616, xii seq., xviii seq.
Folio of 1640, xiv-v, xx.
Folio of 1692, xv-vi, xxi.
erty, 199-200; 200-1 ; 212; 226. Gallo-belgick, 233.
Gallus, C. Cornelius, liii-iv;
provost of Egypt, 218.
Garland, poet's, 166.
Thomas Dekker, xlviii seq.; de- Georgics, Virgil's, lxxxvi.
on Jonson's relations with Shake-
speare, lxxv; on identification of
Virgil, lxxxiv; on the Poetaster
translation of Ovid, Eleg. 1. 15,
Good year, 183-4.
Grosart, A. B., 1xvii, lxxii-iii.
Hannam, Captain, lxxxiii-iv.
Hares' eyes, 184.
'Hay in his horn,' 210.
Jonson's, Ixii-iii, lxxxix, 173. Hedon, xxvii-viii, xliii seq., 1, liii.
Henbane in the ears, 216.
Henry V and Henry VI, lxxxix.
Histrio of Poetaster, lviii; lx-i; | Lawyers, 151.
Lexiphanes, Lucian's, xxxvi-vii, 231.
Jonson in the role of, 178-9, 185. Locrine, 194.
Lopez, Roderigo, lxvii.
ton), xxv-vi, 1x-i, lxxvi, 187, 198, Lownes, Matthew, 139.
Lucian, his Lexiphanes, xxxvi-vii,
Lupus, lxv seq.
identified with Jonson, lxi seq.; Macilente, lxii-iii.
Malcontent, Marston's, xxviii, 164.
Sat. 2. 1, xxxii-iii, 65-9; 167 ; Marlowe, his translation of Ovid,
Eleg. 1. 15, xcvi seq., c-ci; his
Marston, John, senior, xlvi; his
Marston, John, his stage-quarrel
by Jonson as Crispinus, xliii seq.;
how far represented by Carlo
Buffone, Fastidious Brisk, or
Hedon, xliii seq., xlix seq.; his
his style, xlvi seq.; his grossness,
his attitude toward his own time, law, lxxii-iii; verses ascribed to
Masks, worn by men acting women's
Master of the Revels, 240-1.
Medea, Ovid's, lxx, 147-8.
Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus, 233.
Mercury in cosmetics, 211.
Military company, 186.
Pavy, Salathiel, 138, 240.
Pembroke's Company, lviii, lxxvi.
Penniman, J. H., cited, xxiv, 1 seq.,
Players, satirized in Poetaster,
Ixxiv seq., 61-2; patrons of, 203.
Plays, prices paid for, 187.
Pliny cited, 176, 180, 214, 227, 237.
Pod, Captain, lxxxiii.
Poetaster, Marston as the, 137.
Poetaster, its purpose and general
character, vii; date of its com-
position, xxviii seq.; its literary
sources, xxx seq.; discussion of
its characters, xxxviii seq.; origi-
nally called The Arraignment,
141; time taken to compose, 142;
its scene of action, 142–3.
Polyposus, lxviii, lxxix.
Posthaste, xxvi, 1x-i.
Privy Council, its regulation of
Prologue armed, 144.
Poetaster, 14-5; authorship of Pucktist, 215.
Pyrgus, lxxix, 178.
his relations with the daughter and
Revenge plays, 193 ff.
Robert the Second, King of Scots'
Rose Theatre, lviii, lxxvi-vii.