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171; 172; 177; his vocabulary, Farthingale, 160.

Crites, lxi seq.
Criticus, lxi.

Custard, quaking, 232.
Cynthia's Revels, Jonson's,
xxx, xliv-v, l, lxi seq., 145.
Cytheris, xlviii.


Daniel, John, lv-vi, lxxx.
Daniel, Samuel, xxiv, lv-vi, lxxx.
Darius, Wm. Alexander's, 192-3.
Darius, King, 191-3.
Davies, Thomas, lxxv-vi.
Day, Thomas, 240.
Dekker, Thomas, xxvii-viii;
Demetrius in Poetaster, xlviii
seq.; verses ascribed to him in
Poetaster, 116; his rapidity of
literary production, 142; his pov-
erty, 199-200; 200-1; 212; 226.
Delia, lxxiv, lxxxi.
Delia, Samuel Daniel's, lxxxi.
Deliro, xli.

Fastidious Brisk, xliv-v, li.
Fellow-sharer, 195.
Ferret, 182.

Field, Nathaniel, 138, 193, 239-240.
xxix-Fight-an emendation, 205.
Flat-cap, 162-3.
Flaying, 205.

Fleay, F. G., cited, xlix-l, lii, lv seq.,
lxiii, lxv seq., lxx, lxxvi seq.,
lxxx-i, lxxxiii, xcviii.

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Fallace, xli.
Fan, 207.

Folio of 1616, xii seq., xviii seq.
Folio of 1640, xiv-v, xx.

Folio of 1692, xv-vi, xxi.
Forsooth, 207-8.

Fortune Theatre, lviii seq., lxxvi-
vii, 182-3.
Frisker, lxxvii seq.
Frogs, Aristophanes', xxxv-vi, 219.

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Envy as prologue, 141.

Halberd, 212.

Epigram, Unto true Soldiers, in Half-pike, 212.

Hangers, 181.

Poetaster, 131-2.
Eryngo, 180.
Eulenspiegel, 185.

Hannam, Captain, lxxxiii-iv.
Hares' eves, 184.
Hat, 177-8.

Every Man in his Humour, Jon-
son's, lxiii, lxxvii, lxxxix.
Every Man out of his Humour,
Jonson's, lxii-iii, lxxxix, 173.
Every Woman in her Humour, xli.

'Hay in his horn,' 210.
Head-dress, 170-1.

Hedon, xxvii-viii, xliii seq., l, liii.
Hellebore. 227.

Henbane in the ears, 216.
Henry V and Henry VI, lxxxix.
Henslowe, Philip, alleged to be the

Histrio of Poetaster, lviii; lx-i; | Lawyers, 151.
Lectica, 150.


202-3; 240.
Henslowe's Diary, l, lxxviii,

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lack Drum's Entertainment, Mars-
ton's, xxvi-vii, 224 ff.
Jonson, Ben, his classicism, v-vi;
his attitude toward his own time,
vi-vii; 'given to venerie,' xxv;
his translating, xxxv, ci seq.; his
satire of individuals, xxxviii seq.;
his arms, 162; his fortune, 154,
168; his son, 173-4; his friends,
175; as an actor, 178-9, 185: his
Humour plays, 188; his defense
of himself in Poetaster, 210-1;
as a man of the sword, 214-5;
his love-scenes, 216-7; his duel.
222; his appearance. 239; his
'Ode to Himself,' 239.
Julia, Ixiv, lxix seq., lxxii seq., 240.

Kemp. William, lxxvii seq., 199.

Lampatho, liii, 169.
Law, the, 151.

Lee, Sidney, cited, lxxxiv, 144, 157,

Lexiphanes, Lucian's, xxxvi-vii, 231.
Lictor, lxiv-v.
Lingua, 239.
Locrine, 194.

Lopez, Roderigo, lxvii.
Lotium, 179.

Love's Martyr, Chester's, xxviii.
Lownes, Matthew, 139.

Lucian, his Lexiphanes. xxxvi-vii,

Lupus, lxv seq.
Luscus, lxviii.

Macilente, lxii-iii.
Maecenas, lxviii.
Magicians' circles, 216.
Malcontent, Marston's, xxviii, 164.
Mango, 199.
Marlowe, his translation of Ovid,
Eleg. 1. 15, xcvi seq., c-ci; his
version of Ovid's Elegies, xcvi


Marston, John, senior, xlvi; his
will, 147.

Marston. John, his stage-quarrel
with Jonson, xxiii seq.; satirized
by Jonson as Crispinus, xliii seq.;
how far represented by Carlo
Buffone, Fastidious Brisk, or
Hedon, xliii seq., xlix seq.; his
gentility, xlv-vii, 169, 175, 186;
his style, xlvi seq.; his grossness,
xlvii; lx; his failure to take up
law, lxxii-iii; verses ascribed to
him as Crispinus, 115-6; called
Poetaster, 137; his personal pecu-
liarities satirized in Poetaster,
161, 164; his arms, 162; his
education, 168; his vocabulary,
223 ff., 228-9, 231-2.
Marstonian words. 228-9, 231-2.
Martial, Epigr. 1. 57, paraphrased in
Poetaster. 37-8.
Martin, Richard, 139 ff.
Marton. Thomas. 240.

Masks, worn by men acting women's
parts. 157; worn by women in
public, 207.

Master of the Revels, 240-1.
Medea, Ovid's. lxx. 147-8.
Mercurius Gallo-Bclgicus, 233-
Mercury in cosmetics. 211.

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O circumflex, 229.

Ostler, William, 240.
Othello, xciv-v.

Ovid's Banquet of Sense, Chap-
man's. xcii note, 213.
Ovid, Elcg. 1. 15, translated in
Poetaster, 14-5; authorship of
this translation discussed, xevi

Ovid, Marcus, lxviii.
Ovid, Publius, his life, lxviii-ix;
his relations with the daughter and
the granddaughter of Augustus,
lxix; his banishment, lxix-lxx;
described in Poetaster, lxix-lxx;
alleged to represent John Donne,
lxx seq.; points of similarity in
his life and John Marston's,
lxxii-iii; alleged to represent
Shakespeare, lxxiii: the Poetaster
translation of his Eleg. 1. 15. xevi
seq., 14-5, 145 ff.; his lineage,
145; his Medea. 147-8; his birth-
place, 154: as a lawyer, 156.
Owleglas, 185.

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Pavy, Salathiel, 138, 240.
Pembroke's Company, Iviii, lxxvi.
Penniman, J. H., cited, xxiv, 1 seq.,
liv, lxxxiii, 228-9.
Pike, 211-2.
Pilcher, 178.

Plague, 173-4.

Plautia, lxxiv, 156.
Players, satirized



lxxiv 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, Ix-i.
Privy Council, its regulation of
playhouses, 188-9.
Prologue, 144.
Prologue armed, 144.
Propcrtius. S. Aurelius. lxxix, 150.
Puckfist, 215.
Puff-wings, 206.
Puppet-show, 199.
Pyrgus, lxxix, 178.
Pythagoreans, their silence, 211.

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Timon (the University play), lv,
159, 161.
Tobacco, 237-8.

Tragedy, bombastic, ridiculed in
Poetaster, 59-60, 63.
Translating, Jonson's, xxxv, ci seq.,

Satiromaslix, Dekker's, xxiv, xxvii- | Tibullus, Albius, lxxiv, lxxx-i.
viii, xxx, xliii-iv, xlvi-vii, I-liv, Tilney, Edmund, 240.
lxxxiii, 142, 148, 151, 167, 171,
172, 185, 188, 190, 199, 200. 201,
202, 205, 214-5, 222, 234, 236.
Scarf, 197.
Scourge of Villainy, Marston's,
xlvii, l, 224 ff.
Scjanus, Jonson's, 238.
Seneca, 195.
Shakespeare, alleged to be the His-
trio of Poetaster, lx-i; alleged to
be the Ovid of Poetaster, lxxiii-
iv; discussion of his supposed
identity with Virgil of Poetaster,
lxxxiv seq.; his relations with
Jonson, lxxxix seq.; Jonson's
dicta concerning him; xc-xci;
his Ajax of Troilus and Cressida,
xci; probably not Virgil, xcv-vi.
Shares in theatres, 195, 202-3.
Shark, a, 188.

Shopkeepers' wives, 170.
Shot-clog, 148.

Siege of Rhodes, Davenant's, 143.
'Sight,' 205.

Silver, cloth of, 174.

Stocking, 174.
Strolling players, 148-9, 184-5, 187.
Stubbes, Philip, cited, 170, 177-8,

206, 207.

Suetonius, xxxiv-v.

Swallows before a storm, 217.

Translators of Jonson's time, xxxv.
Trap-door in stage, 141.
Trebatius, lxxxi.
Troilus and Cressida, xci, 144.
Tucca, Pantilius, lxxxii seq.;
stammerer, 152-3.
Tumbler, 153.
Twelfth Night, 148, 212.
Underwood, John, 240.
Ulenspiegel, 185.
Underwoods, Jonson's, xci.
Untrusser, xlix-l, lii-iii, 126, 235.

Six and fifty, 153.

Skialctheia, Guilpin's, lxxxii.
Sling, 207.

Small, R. A., cited, xxiv seq.; xlvi-
vii, lii-iii, lviii-ix, lxiii, 228-9.
Soldiers, epigram to, 237.
Souls, three, 222.
Sounding, 140-1. ́
Spanish Tragedy, Kyd's, xciv-v,
186, 193. 195, 196, 200.
Spencer, Gabriel, 222.
'Spirit of arts,' 154.
Stage-plays, regulation of. 188-190.
Stage-properties, 141-3.

Stage-Quarrel, xxiii seq., 200-I.

Wages, of boy-actors, 197; of hired
men, 198.

Whalley's Edition of Jonson, xxi.

Stansby, Wm., 139.
Staple of News, 150.
Statute vs. vagabond players, 148-9, What You Will, Marston's, xlvii-
viii, lii-iii, lxxii-iii, 147, 231-2.
Wily Beguiled, 225.
Wolf, lxv seq.
Wolfe, John, lxvi.

Wolfe, Reginald, lxvi.
Women's parts, 157-8.
Wood, Prof. Henry, lx-i.
Words disgorged by Crispinus,
228-9, 231-2.

Zulziman, Jonson in the role of, 185.

Talent, 153.
Theatres, London, in 1601, lix;


Vail, 182.

Van Dam, B. A. P., and Stoffel, C.,

Velvet arms, 145.

Velvet-cap, 162-3, 2°9.

Via Sacra, 208.
Vindicta, 193 ff.
Viola da gamba, 209.

Virgil, alleged to represent Shake-
speare or Chapman, lxxxiv seq.;
his style lxxxv-vi; his Georgics,
lxxxvi; his learning, lxxxvii seq.;
his Alexandrianism, lxxxvii; as
characterized in Poetaster, lxxxv
seq., 100-2; probably neither
Shakespeare nor Chapman, xcv-
vi; his Aeneid 4. 160-189, trans-
lated in Poetaster, 104-6, read to
Augustus, 218.


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