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the story; and the narrative in the end, though it tells but what is known already, yet is necessary to produce the death of Othello.

Had the scene opened in Cyprus, and the preceding incidents been occasionally related, there had been little wanting to a drama of the most exact and scrupulous regularity. Johnson,

FINIS.

GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

A

Abate, vi. 261
abated, vii. 191
abc-book, iv. 201
abjects, vi. 129
able, viii. 444
abortive, v. 449
abridgment, ii. 373; ix. 184
abroad, v. 436
absent, iv. 320
absolute, ii. 156; vii. 29+
abused, viii. 21
abuses, viii. 453
aby, ii. 356
abysm, i. 10
accept, v. 246
account, viii. 272
accuse, v. 422
achieve, v. 487
acquittance, ix. 395
across, iii. 237
act, ix. 143
action, vii. 415
action-taking, viii. 381
Adam, ii. 217
addition, vi. 447, 456.
additions, iii. 250; vi. 402;

viii. 34+, 381
address, i. 273
addressed, v. 91; vii. 287
addrest, ii. 376, 413; v. 185
admittance, i. 243, 258

Vol. ix.

adornings, vii. 377
advance, vii. 24
advantage, v. 336
advantages, v. 214
adversaries, iii. 362
adversity, vi. 497
advertisement, ii. 281
advertising, ii. 195
advice, i. 145; ii. 201; iii. 85,

270), 347; v. 161; viïi. 12
advise, viii. 376
advised, iii. 25; iv. 68, 312, 5,

486; ix. 302
afeard, i. 66
affeered, iv, 161
affect, ii. 409
affection, iii. 445, 541; v. 93;

ix. 18,5
affectioned, ii. 35
affied, iii. 412
affin'd, vi. 412; ix. 293, 340
affront, iii. 535; viii. 101, 111;

ix. 192
affronted, vi. 459
affy, v. 450
again, i. 27
agate, v. 15
aglet-baby, iii. 355
agnize, ix. 313
a-good, i. 186
a-hold, i. 7.

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a-row, iv. 66

aiery, iv. 278; vi. 150

approbation, ii. 110; iii, 465;
aim, 1, 154, 195, 254 ; iv. v. 144; viïi. 21

212; vii. 255; ix. 237, 304 approve, iii. 55; ix. 273
aimed, i. 154

approves, vii. 346
alder-liefest, v. 374

approv'd, i. 193; ix. 340
.ale, i. 147

approvers, viii, 46
all-hallown, iv. 415

April, vii. 66
all-obeying, vii. 427

aquavitæ, ii. 48
áll to all, iv. 142

arbitrate, iv. 178
allow, ii. 9; iii. 494; v. 83; arbitrator, v. 302
viii. 395

arch, yiïi. 377
allowance, vi. 443; vii. 182; argentine, yiii. 327
ix. 199, 297

argier, i. 21
allowed, i. 243; ii. 478; vi. argosies, ii. 7
284; vii. 92

argument, ii. 249, 352; iit,
allowing, iii. 447

146; iv. 436; y. 178; vii. 37
almsdrink, vii. 393

arm, viii. 100
alone, i. 144

armed staves, y. 77
amaimon, i. 245

aroint, iv. 87
amaze, i. 308; iii. 113
amazed, iv. 259; viii. 101 art, v. 141; vii. 319
amazing, iv. 308

articulate, vii. 135
Amazonian, väl. 152

articulated, iv. 501
amen, i. 52

artificial, ii. 351; vi. 7
ames-all, iii. 248

as, iii. 550
amiable,' i. 243

Asher-house, vi. 340
amiss, ix. 237

aspect, iv. 20
amort, iii. 404

aspersion, i. 75
an, ii. 319; ix. 107

assay, ix. 171, 305
anchor, ix. 207

assinego, vi. 427
ancient, v. 45

assistance, vii. 210
angel, iii. 400; vii. 303

assurance, iii. 402; ix, 260
anight, iii. 133

assured, iv. 38, 224
answer, vij. 264 ; viii. 110

astonished, v. 242
Anthropophaginian, i. 289 astringer, iii. 305
antick, iv. 351; v. 342

Até, ij. 231
Antioch, viii. 333

at friend, iii. 537
antiquity, v. 21

at hand, iv. 430
antres, ix. 309

atomies, iii. 155; ix. 26

atone, iv. 302; vii. 98, 212;
apparent, iii. 71, 447

viii, 18; ix. 385
appeal, vii. 408

attasked, vii. 372
appeared, vii. 198

attended, vi. 90; vii. 137
appointment, ii. 146; vi. 485; attent, ix. 142
vii. 446

attorney, vi. 248
apprehension, v. 300

attorneyship, v. 365
apprehensive, v. 89; vii. 289 attornied, üi. 438

ape, ix. 35

aye, i. 46

attribute, ix. 152

aukward, viii. 321
attributive, vi. 433

aunt, iii. 497
avaunt, vi. 311

authentick, iii. 245
averring, viii. 126

awful, i. 171; v.78
audacious, ii. 454

awless, vi. 177
Audrey, iii. 162
augurs, iv. 143

aye-remaining, viü284

B
Baccare, üi. 365

bavin, iv. 473
baiting, vi. 381

bawcock, üi. 444
bale, vii. 110

bay, ii. 124
baleful, v. 361

bays, viii. 314
balked, iv. 407

bay-windows, ii. 77
balm, iv. 373

beak, i. 18
Banbury-cheese, i. 210

beam, vi. 515
band, iv. 48, 295; vii. 401 bear, ii. 276 ; v. 16; vü. 260
ban-dogs, v. 394

bear him, v. 297
banked, iv. 277

beard, iv. 485; v. 193; ix.
banning, v. 351

184
banns, vii. 62; viii. 387 bearded, iii. 143
banquet, iii. 423; vi. 381; vii. bearing, ii. 228; iii. 32
392

bearing-cloth, iii, 492
bar, v. 245

beat, v. 398
barbarism, vi. 513

beating, i. 101
barbazon, i. 245

beavers, v. 77; ix. 144
barbed, vi. 125

beck, vii. 27
bar-ful, ii. 15

becomed, ix. 94
barm, ii. 321

becomings, vii. 358
barnacles, i. 87

bedlam beggars, viii. 387
barns, ii. 261

beetle, v. 22; ix. 154
base, i. 123; vii. 55; viii. 108 beg, ii. 478
base court, iv. 360

behave, vii. 53
bases, viii. 266

behaviour, iv, 193
baseness, vii. 453

behest, i. 58
basilico-like, iv. 203

being, viii. 25
basilisks, iv. 438; v. 441 be-leed, ix. 292
bass, i.73

bell-wether, iii. 149
basta, iii. 350

belongings, ii. 102
bastard, ii. 153; iv. 201, 443; be-mete, iii. 407
v. 271

bemoiled, iii. 392
bat, viii, 447

bend, ix. 139
bate, i. 221; iii. 397; v. 201 bending, v. 256
bated, iv. 489; ix. 268

bends, vii. 377
bating, ix. 67

benefit, v. 362
batlet, iii. 133

bent, ii. 272; ix. 169
batten, ix. 221

benumbed, vi, 437
battle, vi, 145

bergomask, ii. 384

besbrew, ii. 332

bold, ii. 411; viii. 454
best, v. 180; vii. 23, 135 bolins, viii. 284
bested,'v. 410

bolt, i. 266
bestowed, ii. 152

bolted, iï. 515; v, 165
bestraught, iii. 338

bolting-hutch, iv. 456
bestrid, v. 489

bombard, iv. 456
beteem, ji. 311; ix. 140 bombast, iy. 452
better, vii. 58

bona-robas, y. 62
bewray, vi. 13; viii. 379 bond, vii. 362; ix. 150
bezonian, v. 118

bonnetted, vii. 149
bias, vi. 485

bony, iii, 129
bid, iii. 192; iv. 203; vi. 232; book, iv. 469, 471
viii. 157

boon, viii. 329
biding, viii. 266

boot, ii. 136; iii. 525; iv. 300;
bigamy, vi. 207

vi. 223, 257; vii. 432; viii.
biggin, v. 97

469
bilberry, i. 301

boots, i. 114
bilbo, i. 211, 272; ix. 267 bore, vi. 27; ix. 248
bill, v. 306

bores, vi. 277
bills, ii. 255; iii. 113; viii, 441 bore in hand, viii. 121; ix. 171
bird-bolt, ii. 212

born, iii. 250
bisson, vii. 140; ix. 187 borne, iv. 130
blabbing, v. 446

borrower, v. 38
Black-Monday, iii. 36

bosky, i. 78
blank, viii. 315; ix. 229, 373 bosom, i. 161; ii. 179
blast, ix. 254

bots, viii. 265
blear, iii. 421

bottled, vi. 149
blench, ii. 189; iii. 453; vi. bought and sold, v. 336
398; ix. 190

bourn, iii. 445; vi. 447; vii.
blent, ii. 24; iii. 58

344; viii. 416, 440
blind-worms, ii. 330

bow, iii. 165
blistered, vi. 291

bow-hand, ii. 432
blood, iv. 299; v. 333; vi. 439; bow-strings, ii. 319
vii. 64

boy, vii. 473
blood-boltered, iv, 154

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boy-queller, vi. 516
bloodless, vi. 416

brabler, vi. 500
bloods, viii. 5

brace, viii. 265; ix. 305
blow, i. 59

brach, iii. 332; vi. 430; viii.
blows, vii. 441

364
blown, vii. 479; viii. 328, 435 braid, fi. 288
blue-bottle-rogue, v. 120 brain, ix. 21
blue-caps, iv. 453

brain's flow, vii. 99
blunt, vi. 9+

brake, ii. 118, 339; vi. 53
board, ix. 175

branch, iii. 242
bobbed, ix. 402

brands, viii. 49
bodged, vi. 21

brass, v. 222
bodkin, ix. 194

braved, iii. 407; vi. 256
body, v. 111; vii. 151

bravery, ii, 111; ii. 140

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