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171; 172; 177; his vocabulary, Farthingale, 160.
Fastidious Brisk, xliv-v, li.
Field, Nathaniel, 138, 193, 239-240.
xxx, xliv-v, 1, 1xi 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.
Demetrius in Poetaster, xlviii vii, 182–3.
erty, 199–200; 200-1; 212; 226. Gallo-belgick, 233.
Gallus, Č. Cornelius, lii-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., Ixvii, lxxii-iii.
Hannam, Captain, lxxxiii-iv.
Hares' eyes, 184.
'Hay in his horn,' 210.
Jonson's, lxii-iii, lxxxix, 173. Hedon, xxvii-viii, xliii seq., 1, lui.
Henbane in the ears, 216.
Henry V and Henry VI, Ixxxix.
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,
Hedon, xliii seq., xlix seq.; his
his style, xlvi seq.; his grossness,
his attitude toward his own time, law, lxxii-iii; verses ascribed to
Poetaster, 137; his personal pecu-
a man of the sword, 214-5; Poetaster, 37-8.
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.
Politician players, xl, 198-9.
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.
Satiromastix, Dekker's, xxiv, xxvii- Tibullus, Albius, lxxiv, 1xxx-i.
viii, xxx, xliii-iv, xlvi-vii, l-liv, Tilney, Edmund, 240.
202, 205, 214-5, 222, 234, 236. Tobacco, 237-8.
Tragedy, bombastic, ridiculed in
Translating, Jonson's, xxxv, ci seq.,
Translators of Jonson's time, xxxv.
trio of Poetaster, lx-i; alleged to Trebatius, lxxxi.
xci; probably not Virgil, xcv-vi. Underwood's, Jonson's, xci,
Untrusser, xlix-1, lii-iii, 126, 235.
Van Dam, B. A. P., and Stoffel, C.,
Velvet arms, 145.
Velvet-cap, 162–3, 209.
Via Sacra, 208.
Viola da gamba, 209.
vii, lii-iii, lviii-ix, lxiii, 228-9. speare or Chapman, lxxxiv seg.:
his style lxxxv-vi; his Georgics,
1xxxvi; his learning, lxxxvii seq. ;
his Alexandrianism, lxxxvii; as
seq. 100-2; probably neither
Shakespeare nor Chapman, xcv-
vi; his Aeneid 4. 160-189, trans-
Wages, of boy-actors, 197; of hired
Whalley's Edition of Jonson, xxi.
viii, lii-iii, lxxii-iii, 147, 231-2.
Wily Beguiled, 225.
Wolf, lxv seq:
Wolfe, Reginald, lxvi.
Women's parts, 157-8.
Wood, Prof. Henry, lx-i.
Words disgorged by Crispinus,
Zulziman, Jonson in the role of, 185.
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