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SIMPSON, RICHARD. The School of Shakspeare. 2 vols. London, 1878.

The Political Use of the Stage in Shakspere's Time.
Trans. of New Shaksp. Soc. 1874.
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INDEX

Actors, chastising of, 221.

Brooch, 152.
Admiral's Company, lviii-ix, lxxvi; Buffone, Čarlo, xliv, xlix-1, lii-iii.
an inventory of, 143.

Bullen, A. H., cited, xcviii-ix.
Aeneid, as read by Virgil, 218. Buttery, players in the, 234.
Aesop, xl, lvii-viii, 198, 221.
Agrippa, 152.

Caesar's gardens, 173.
Ajax in Troilus and Cressida, xci. Calumniator, 233-4.
Albius, vii, xl-i.

Cambyses, King, Preston's 191, 205.
Alexandrian school of poets, Camden, William, 168, 173-4.
Ixxxvii-viii.

Carey, Elizabeth, lxxx-i.
Anaides, xxvii-viii, xliii seq., I, liii, Carlo Buffone, xliv, xlix-1, lii-iii.
226, 227

Case is Altered, Jonson's, vi, xxv.
Antonio and Mellida, Marston's, Catch-pole, 179.

xxv, xlvi, 144, 164, 167-8, 169, Chamberlain's Company, xxvii, lviii-
195, 224 ff.

ix.
Apologetical Dialogue, xxiii, 235. Chapel Children, xxvii, 137 ff.
Archilochus, 237.

Chapman, George, as a translator,
Aristius Fuscụs, xli, 176–7.

XXXV; alleged to be the Virgil
Aristophanes, v, xxxv-vi, 219, 239. of Poetaster, lxxxiv-v; xci seq.;
Armed prologue, 144.

his style, xcii; his learning, xcii;
Arraignment, The, 141.

probably not Virgil, xcv; 167-8.
Asper, lxi seq.

Chester, Charles, lui.
Audiences in Elizabethan theatres, Children's Companies, xxix, 201.
189–190.

Children of the Chapel, xxvii, 137 ff.
Augustus Caesar, xxxiv, xli.

Children of Paul's, 138.

Chloe, xli, 158.
Balcony of Elizabethan stage, 216. Chrysogonus, xxv-vi.
Balladino, Antonio, xxv.

Circles used by magicians, 216.
Band for the neck, 222.

Cittie Wife, xli.
Banquet, the heavenly, xxxiv-v. Clifton, Thomas, 138.
Barber, 181.

Coach, 163
Bases, 171-2.

Commission, take up by, 172.
Battle of Alcazar, Peele's, 195, 196–7, Commissions for concealments, 220.
199, 201-2

'Compliment,' 219.
Bay-leaf to cause eloquence, 221. Conversations with Drummond.
Beagle, 191.

Jonson's, xxv, lxxx, xciii, 154,
Bear-garden, 236.

164, 215, 223, 238.
Begging lands, 220.

Copper-lace, 190.
Blind Beggar of Alexandria, Chap- Corinna, mistress of Ovid, Ixix-
man's, xciii-iv.

1xx, 156.
Bobadill, lxxxii.

Cornutus, xli.
Bodkin, 171.

Corsets, 205.
Bombastic tragedy ridiculed in Coryat, Thomas, 140, 157-8.
Poetaster, 59-60, 63.

Crispinus, Rufus Laberius, xli seq.;
Boy-actors, wages of, 197.

described, xlii-iii; identified with
Brabant senior, 225, xxvi-vii.

John Marston, xliii seq. ; his
Brisk, Fastidious, xliv-v, li.

style, xlvi; lx; 137; his person,
Broker, 165-6.

161, 164; his arms, 161-2; 169;

as

as

171; 172; 177; his vocabulary, Farthingale, 160.
228-9.

Fastidious Brisk, xliv-v, li.
Crites, lxi seq.

Fellow-sharer, 195.
Criticus, xi.

Ferret, 182.
Custard, quaking, 232.

Field, Nathaniel, 138, 193, 239-240.
Cynthia's Revels, Jonson's, xxix- Fight-an emendation, 205.

xxx, xliv-v, 1, lxi seq., 145. Flat-cap, 162–3.
Cytheris, xlviii.

Flaying, 205.

Fleay, F. G., cited, xlix-1, lii, lv seq.,
Daniel, John, lv-vi, lxxx.

Ixiii, lxv seq., lxx, lxxvi seq.,
Daniel, Samuel, xxiv, lv-vi, lxxx. 1xxx-i, lxxxiii, xcviii.
Darius, Wm. Alexander's, 192-3.

Folio of 1616, xii seq., xviii seq.
Darius, King, 191-3.

Folio of 1640, xiv-v, xx.
Davies, Thomas, lxxv-vi.

Folio of 1692, xv-vi, xxi.
Day, Thomas, 240.

Forsooth, 207-8.
Dekker, Thomas, xxvii-viii; Fortune Theatre, lviii seq., lxxvi-
Demetrius in Poetaster, xlviii

vii, 182–3.
seq.; verses ascribed to him in Frisker, lxxvii seq.
Poetaster, 116; his rapidity of Frogs, Aristophanes', xxxv-vi, 219.
literary production, 142; his pov-

erty, 199-200; 200-1 ; 212; 226. Gallo-belgick, 233.
Delia, lxxiv, lxxxi.

Gallus, C. Cornelius, liii-iv;
Delia, Samuel Daniel's, lxxxi.

provost of Egypt, 218.
Deliro, xli.

Garland, poet's, 166.
Demetrius Fannius, identified with Gentleman usher, 213.

Thomas Dekker, xlviii seq.; de- Georgics, Virgil's, lxxxvi.
scribed, xlix; his relation to Ghosts in plays, 193 ff.
Anaides of Cynthia's Revels, 1 Gifford, William, his edition of
seq. ; 142; 185; his poverty, Jonson, xxi-ii; xxxv; xl; xlvii;
199–200; 212; 226.

on Jonson's relations with Shake-
Discoveries, Jonson's, xc.

speare, lxxv; on identification of
Donne, John, 1xx seq.

Virgil, lxxxiv; on the Poetaster
Drachma, 152.

translation of Ovid, Eleg. 1. 15,
Dryden on Jonson's love scenes, 216.
Dyce, Alexander, cited, xcviii, c. Globe Theatre, lviii seq. 190-1.

Good year, 183-4.
Eastward Ho, by Jonson, Chapman, Goose-fair, 185.
and Marston, xciv-v, 196.

Grosart, A. B., 1xvii, lxxii-iii.
Elegiac poets, Roman, 149, 164. Gull's Hornbook, Dekker's, 164,
Enghle, 166–7.

177.
English Grainmar, Jonson's, 145, Gyles, Thomas, 138.

161, 210.
Envy as prologue, 141.

Halberd, 212.
Epigram, Unto true Soldiers, in Half-pike, 212.
Poetaster, 131–2.

Hangers, 181.
Eryngo, 180.

Hannam, Captain, lxxxiii-iv.
Eulenspiegel, 185

Hares' eyes, 184.
Every Man in his Humour, Jon- Hat, 177–8.
son's, lxiii, lxxvii, lxxxix.

'Hay in his horn,' 210.
Every Man out of his Humour, | Head-dress, 170-1.

Jonson's, Ixii-iii, lxxxix, 173. Hedon, xxvii-viii, xliii seq., 1, liii.
Every Woman in her Humour, xli. Hellebore, 227.

Henbane in the ears, 216.
Fallace, xli.

Henry V and Henry VI, lxxxix.
Henslowe, Philip, alleged to be the

xcvi seq.

Fan, 207.

Histrio of Poetaster, lviii; lx-i; | Lawyers, 151.
202-3; 240.

Lectica, 150.
Henslowe's Diary, 1, lxxviii, 143, Lee, Sidney, cited, lxxxiv, 144, 157,
186, 190, 199.

187.
Hermogenes, liv seq., 165.

Lexiphanes, Lucian's, xxxvi-vii, 231.
Hesiod, 145-6.

Lictor, lxiv-v.
Hieronimo of the Spanish Tragedy, Lingua, 239.

Jonson in the role of, 178-9, 185. Locrine, 194.
Hired men, wages of, 198.

Lopez, Roderigo, lxvii.
Histrio, lvi seq., lx, 202—3.

Lotium, 179.
Histriomastix (revised by Mars- Love's Martyr, Chester's, xxviii.

ton), xxv-vi, 1x-i, lxxvi, 187, 198, Lownes, Matthew, 139.
199.

Lucian, his Lexiphanes, xxxvi-vii,
Histriones, 147, 221.

231.
Hobby-horse, 159.

Lupus, lxv seq.
Hood, 160.

Luscus, lxviii.
Horace of Poetaster, described, lxi;

identified with Jonson, lxi seq.; Macilente, lxii-iii.
presented again in Satiromastix, Maecenas, lxviii.
liii-iv, 167; defended in Poetas- Magicians' circles, 216.
ter, 117-8; 214.

Malcontent, Marston's, xxviii, 164.
Horace, 'Sat. 1. 9, xxxi-ii, 40–50; Mango, 199.

Sat. 2. 1, xxxii-iii, 65-9; 167 ; Marlowe, his translation of Ovid,
168; 169; 214.

Eleg. 1. 15, xcvi seq., c-ci; his
Hostia, mistress of Propertius, version of Ovid's Elegies, xcvi
lxxix.

seq.
Hungry, Captain, 237.

Marston, John, senior, xlvi; his

will, 147
I (=ay), 142

Marston, John, his stage-quarrel
Iliad, a scene from the, xxxiv, 212, with Jonson, xxiii seq. ; satirized
213.

by Jonson as Crispinus, xliii seq.;
Ingle, 166–7.

how far represented by Carlo
Irish rats, 237.

Buffone, Fastidious Brisk, or

Hedon, xliii seq., xlix seq.; his
Jack Drum's Entertainment, Mars- gentility, xlv-vii, 169, 175, 186;
ton's, xxvi-vii, 224 ff.

his style, xlvi seq.; his grossness,
Jonson, Ben, his classicism, v-vi; xlvii; lx; his failure to take up

his attitude toward his own time, law, lxxii-iii; verses ascribed to
vi-vii; ‘given to venerie,' xxv; him as Crispinus, 115-6; called
his translating, xxxv, ci seq:; his Poetaster, 137; his personal pecu-
satire of individuals, xxxviii seq.; liarities satirized in Poetaster,
his arms, 162; his fortune, 154, 161, 164; his arms, 162; his
168; his son, 173-4; his friends, education, 168; his vocabulary,
175; as an actor, 178-9, 185; his 223 ff., 228-9, 231-2.
Humour plays, 188; his defense Marstonian words, 228–9, 231-2.
of himself in Poetaster, 210–1; Martial, Epigr. 1. 57, paraphrased in
as a man of the sword, 214-5; Poetaster, 37-8.
his love-scenes, 216–7; his duel, Martin, Richard, 139 ff.
222; his appearance, 239; his Marton, Thomas, 240.
'Ode to Himself,' 239.

Masks, worn by men acting women's
Julia, lxiv, lxix seq., lxxii seq., 240. parts, 157 ; worn by women in

public, 207
Kemp, William, lxxvii seq., 199.

Master of the Revels, 240-1.

Medea, Ovid's, lxx, 147-8.
Lampatho, liii, 169.

Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus, 233.
Law, the, 151.

Mercury in cosmetics, 211.

Military company, 186.

Pavy, Salathiel, 138, 240.
Milton, John, 194.

Pembroke's Company, lviii, lxxvi.
Minos, lxviii.

Penniman, J. H., cited, xxiv, 1 seq.,
Molière, his satire compared with liv, lxxxiii, 228-9.
Jonson's, vii.

Pike, 211-2.
Momus, 212.

Pilcher, 178.
Monday, Anthony, xxv-vi, 198-9. Plague, 173-4.
Money, its purchasing power in Plautia, lxxiv, 156.
Elizabeth's time, 187.

Players, satirized in Poetaster,
Monkeys kept as pets, 208.

Ixxiv seq., 61-2; patrons of, 203.
Monopolies, 221.

Plays, prices paid for, 187.
Moore, Anne, lxx seq.

Pliny cited, 176, 180, 214, 227, 237.
Motion, a puppet-show, 199.

Pod, Captain, lxxxiii.
Mucedorus, Lodge's, 141.

Poetaster, Marston as the, 137.
Muff, 206.

Poetaster, its purpose and general

character, vii; date of its com-

position, xxviii seq.; its literary
Nasutus, lxviii.
Nicholson, Dr. Brinsley, his edition

sources, xxx seq.; discussion of

its characters, xxxviii seq.; origi-
of Jonson, xxii-iii.
'Not whether,' 204.

nally called The Arraignment,
Numa in decimo nono, 155.

141; time taken to compose, 142;
Nutcracker, 153.

its scene of action, 142–3.
Politician players, xl, 198-9.

Polyposus, lxviii, lxxix.
O circumflex, 229.

Posthaste, xxvi, 1x-i.
Ostler, William, 240.

Privy Council, its regulation of
Othello, xciv-v.

playhouses, 188-9.
Ovid's, Banquet of Sense, Chap- Prologue, 144.
man's, xcii note, 213.

Prologue armed, 144.
Ovid, Eleg. 1. 15, translated in Propertius, S. Aurelius, lxxix, 150.

Poetaster, 14-5; authorship of Pucktist, 215.
this translation discussed, xcvi Puff-wings, 206.
seg.

Puppet-show, 199.
Ovid, Marcus, lxviii.

Pyrgus, lxxix, 178.
Ovid, Publius, his life, Ixviii-ix; | Pythagoreans, their silence, 211.

his relations with the daughter and
the granddaughter of Augustus, Quaking custard, 232.
Ixix; his banishment, lxix-lxx; Quarto Edition of Poetaster, xi,
described in Poetaster, lxix-lxx; xviii.
alleged to represent John Donne, Quotation marks as used by Jon-
1xx seq.; points of similarity in

son, 146–7.
his life and John Marston's,
Ixxii-iii; alleged to represent Remmia, Lex, 223, 233.
Shakespeare, lxxiii; the Poetaster Remora, 176.
translation of his Eleg. 1. 15, xcvi Return from Parnassus, xxviii,
seq., 14-5, 145 ff.; his lineage, Xc-xci.
145; his Medea, 147-8; his birth- Revels, master of the, 240-I.
place, 154; as a lawyer, 156.

Revenge plays, 193 ff.
Owleglas, .185.

Robert the Second, King of Scots'

Tragedy, 1.
Page of Plymouth, 1.

Rose Theatre, lviii, lxxvi-vii.
Pantalabus, lv, 186.

Ruff, 206.
Panthers, described by Pliny, 214. Rug, 171.
Paradise Lost. 141.
Passionate Pilgrim, xcix-c.

Sabella, 175.
Paul's, the Children of, lxxvi, 138. Sack, 206.

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