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To Shakspeare tribute pay;

Give lustre to the day.

What face shall dare to frown.

Ween Garrick first proposed to institute a nounced by firing the cannon, ranged upon the Jebilee, in honour of our immortal Shakspeare, banks of the Avon, about five o'clock of Wedthe public formed very high expectations of the nesday morning, the 6th of September, 1769, and entertainment ibey were to receive. The design immediately afterwards, the principal ladies was certainly noble in itself, whatever might were serenaded by a number of young men be the motives; and, in spite of all the ridicule fant stically dressed, belonging to the theatre, and opposition which envy or malice exerted, with the following song, accompanied by hautit was carried into execution. It was allowed, boys, flutes, clarionets, guitars, and other inby men of the first rank in the literary world, struments : that no occasion of festivity ever was, or ever

Let beauty with the sun arise, could be, more justifiable, than that of paying

With beav'nly smiles, and speaking eyes hooours to the memory of so great an ornament to his country, as the inimitable Shakspeare.

“ Each smile she gives protects his name, In the Spring and Summer of 1769, great

Not envy's self can blast the fame, preparations were made in all parts of the town,

Which beauty deigns to crown." against the approaching festival. A very large

The company were also entertained with the and magnificent octogoual Amphitheatre was

Warwickshire ballad, written by Garrick. The erected upon the Bankcroft, close to the river

whole town being roused by these performances, A100; and which, to please the prevailing taste,

the corporation assembled, about eight o'clock, Bomen hat resembled Ranelagh Rotunda: it was

in one of the principal streets. A public breakfast capable of conveniently bolding above one thou

was held at the town, or Shakspeare's, hall, at saod spectators.

nine, to which every purchaser of a guinea ['pon the margin of the Avon, were ranged

ticket for the various entertainments (the masthirty cannon (sixteen of them thirty-two pound

querade only excepted, which was rated sepaers, twelve cohorns, and some mortars, to be

rately at half a guinea) was admitted, upon payfired upon the opening of, and during the

ment of a shilling, and regaled with tea. Jutilee; and an immense quantity of fire-works,

The Steward came to the breakfast room soon 20d variegated lamps for the illuminations, were

after eight, to see that every thing was properly sent in two waggons from London, for the amuse

disposed for the reception of the company, as Beat of the company.

well as to be himself in readiness to receive A beautiful ribbon (afterwards formed into

them. favours) was purposely made at Coventry, and

Previous to the arrival of the company, the called the Jubilee ribbon, which united and

Mayor and Corporation waited upon Garrick, bended all the colours of the rainbow.

at Shakspeare hall; where William Hunt, Esq. A medal, engraved by Mr. Westwood of the Town Clerk, delivered to him the ensigus Birmingham, similar to that worn by Garrick,

of his office, viz, a medal (on which was carved was struck on this occasion, in copper, silver,

a bust of the bard, and richly set in gold) and and gold: these, as well as the ribbon, were

wand, both made of the famous mulberry-tree. eagerly bought up. On one side was a good From the Town hall, the company proceeded haeness of Shakspeare, with the following

in regular order to the Church; where the words from his own play of Hamlet, -“We shall oratorio of “ Judith," composed by Dr Arne, A look upon his like again;" on the reverse, was well performed in a large temporary or-Jubilee at Stratford, in honour and to the

chestra, erected under the organ. This piece Betkery of SAAKSPEARE. Sept. 1769, D. G. Stew

opened at eleven; and, at its close, Garrick, at

the head of the performers, walked in procesThe first opening of the Jubilee was an- sion from the church, attended by a large ca• See the title page of Vol. II.

valcade of the nobility and gentry in their

and.

a concerted trio, the burthen of which is pro- j privations, or respect for honourable scars, the bably Hamlet's splenetic exclamation, “ Frailty, decrepid and selfish sexagenarian repulses the thy name is woman!” The fair “poacher upon application and turns his back on the petitioners ; nature's manor," who hides her face in her and at the same moment the sagacious watchapron, and her partner in delinquency, under dog, guided by the tone of his master's voice, the special care of the constable, tremble before gives to this rebuff all the support in his power. the dread tribunal with all the consciousness of guilt, and passively listen to the sage's harangue with a semblance of attention and humility that may be charitably construed into repentance and

The Seventh Age. resolutions of amendment.

“ Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion;

Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans every thing."
The Sixth Age.

The closing scene of man's brief history is “The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slipper'd pantaloon;

now before us, and exhibits bim, having survived With spectacles on nose, and pouch on side ; His youthful hose, well sav'd, a world too wide

all his faculties, in the extremity of decay and For his shrunk shank ; and his big manly voice,

helplessness; and thus incapable of any enTurning again toward childish treble, pipes And whistles in his sound."

joyment, of any participation in or even percep

tion of what passes around him, nothing is The dominion of avarice and the approaching | wanting but the merciful stroke of death to redotage incidental to this stage of mortality, move him from the stage where he has played hinted at by the poet, has been dexterously am- his part. Having outlived the companions of plified for bis purpose by the painter, who has his youth, those connected with him as well taken as vehicles of expression a disabled soldier, by the ties of kindred as of amity, he is now with his wife and children, and contrasted them consigned to the care of a hired nurse who is with the “lean and slipper'd pantaloon.” The seen fast asleep, while a child, to whom has been greyhaired veteran supported on a wooden leg, allotted the incongruous task of amusing doting opening his vesture, and displaying farther imbecility, has seated himself on the floor to honourable proofs of his sufferings in his coun- build a house with cards. The accessories, the try's cause, extends his hand with respectful winged and headless figure, the armorial hoconfidence, as he solicits relief, less for himself, nours hanging on the last peg, the picture of than for the sharers of his poverty, who patiently folly enthroned, &c., are in strict keeping with await the result of this appeal. Feeling neither the story, and sustain and strengthen the moral sympathy for age, compassion for unmerited of the poet and the painter.

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OF OBSOLETE WORDS, AND OF WORDS VARYING FROM THEIR ORDINARY SIGNIFICATION.

As, as if.

Be lee'd, becalmed. Ascannt, askew, sideways.

Belongings, eodowments. Aspect, countennlice.

Be mete, be measure. Aspersion, sprinkling.

Be-moiled, bedruggled, bemired As point, completeiy armed.

Bending, unequal to the weight. Assay, test.

Benetit, beneficiary. Axapart, a giant.

Bent, utmos! degree of any passion. Assinego, a male ass.

Benumbed, intiexible. Astringer, a gentleman falconer.

Beshrew, may ill belall. Assurance, conseyauce or deed.

Besmirch, to foul or dirty. Assured, aitanceu.

Best, bravest. Ates, ustigate frum Até, the goddess Bestowed, stowed away, lodged. of bloodshed.

Bestraught, distracted. Atomies, minute particles visible in Beteem, to give, pour out. permit, the sun's rays.

suffer, Atlashed, taken to task.

Bewray, betray. Attended, waited for.

Bezouiam, a mean fellow. Altent, attentive.

Bias cheek, swelling out like the bias Atone, to reconcile.

of a bowl. Attest, attestation.

Bid, to invite. Attorney, deputation.

Bid the base to challenge in a contest. Attorneyship, the discretional agency Bifold, two-fold. of another

Bizgin, a cap Attornicu, supplied by substitution of Bilberry, the hortleherry. embassies.

Bilbo, a Spanish blade, made at Bilboa. Audacious, spirited, animated.

Bilboes, letters. Audrey, a corruption of Ethelrea.

Bill, articles of accusation. Augurs, prognostications.

Bill, a weapon, formerly carried by Aukward, adverse.

watchmen. Aunis, strumpets,

Bin, is. Authentic, learned.

Bird-bolt, an arrow shot at birds from Awful, reverend.

a cross-bow. Awless, failing to produce awe.

Bisson, blind.

Blank, the white mark in a target.
B.

Blauk and level, mark and aim (terms Baccare, stand back, give place.

of gunnery). Bairn, brushwoud.

Blaze of youth, the spring of early life. Baldrick, a belt.

Blear, to dective. Balo, misery

Blench, to start off, to fly off. Baleful, baneful.

Blent, blended Balked, bathed or piled up.

Blind-worms, the cæcilia, or slow. Ballase, ballast.

worm. Bilm, the oil of consecration.

Blood bultered, daubed with blood. Bant. curse.

Blown, puted up, swollen. Band, bond.

Blows, swells. Bandog, village-dog.

Bloody, sanguine. Bandy, to exchange smartly.

Blue caps, the Scotch Bank, to sail along bauks.

Blunt stupid, insensible. Banning, cursing.

Blurt, blurted, au expression of conBanquet, a slight repast.

tempt. Bar, barrier.

Board, io accost. Barbison, the name of a demon.

Bobb, tu trick, Barbe, a kind of veil.

Budged, boggled clumsy.
Burbed, warlikely caparisoned.

Bodhi, a small dagger.
Barber-monger, an associate of barbers. Bolted, silted.
Bare, to shave.

Bulting-hutch, the receptacle in which Bare, mere.

the meal is bolted. Bartul, full of impediments.

Bombard, or bumbard, a barrel. Barm, yeast.

Bombast, the stufling of clothes. Bar, or bairn, a child.

Bona-robas, strumpets. Barnacles, a shell tish.

Bond, bounden duty. Barns, keeps in a bara.

Bony or bunny, handsoine. Barren, ignorant.

Book, paper of conditions. Base, dishonoured.

Boot, profit,something over aud above Base, a rustic gane called prison-base. Bore, deineaned. Bases, a kind of loose breeches worn Bore, the calibre of a gun. by equestrian knights.

Bores, stabs. Basilisks, a species of caonon.

Bosky, woody: Basta, 'tis enough.

Bosom, wish, heart's desire. Bastard, raisin wine.

Bets, worms in a horse's stomach Bat, a club.

Bourn, boundary, rivulet. Bate, strife.

Bow, yoke. Bate. to tutter as a hawk.

Bolds, emboldens. Batlet.au instrument with which wasb- Bolte red, bedaubed. ers used to beat clothes.

Borne in hand, deceived. Batten, to grow fat.

Bottled-spider, a large bloated spider. Battle, army.

Boulted, sitted. Bawcock, a jolly fellow.

Bowlins, or bowlines, tackle of a ship. Bay, the space between the fmain Bollen, swollen. heams of a house.

Bordered, restrained. Bay curtal, a bay docked horse.

Bower, a chamber. Bay window, a bow-window.

Brace, armour for the arm. Beadsmen, religious persons, main. Brach, a hound.

tained to pray for their bencfactor, Brack, to salt. Beak, the forecastle.

Braid, crafty, deceitful. Bear a brain, perfectly resemble. Brain's flow, tears. Beard, to defy

Brake, an instrument of torture ; also Bearing, demeanour.

a thicket. Bearing cloth, a mantle used at christ- Brands, a part of the andirons on which CullS.

the wood for the fire was supported. Beat, (ou falconry) to flutter.

Brasier, a manufacturer of brass ; nisa, Beating, hainmerink, dwelling upon.

a vessel in which sbarcoalis burbed. Beaver, helmet in general.

Brave, to defy, also to make fine. Beck, a salutation made with the head. bravely, splendidly, gallantly. Becomed, becoming.

Bravery, finery. Beetle, to hang over the hase.

Brawl, a kind of dance. Behave, to manage.

Braving, harsh, grating. Behests, commands.

Break, to begin, Beholding, viewing with regard. Break up, to carve. Behowl, to howl at.

Break with, tu break the matter to Beinz, abode.

Breast, voice. Beldamo, ancient mother.

Breath, speech, also exertise.

A.
Ahate, to depress, sink, subdue.
Ba citechism,
&tne, to protest azainst.
Axts, debased servile persons.
A to qualify or uphold.
As tive, is before its time.
A lote complete, perfect.

se deception. Asd, deceived. A. to pay dear for, to rue, to suffer. Atstu, alyse, Acase, to cite or summon. acru", accusation. Arse, to cbtain. acu tum, wolf's hane. A tance, reguital. Activa, direction by mute signs, charge

or actiuni.
Arti a takins. litigious.
Ary, act us.
Andoas, titles or characters.
Adress to prepare, to make ready.
Aused, or addrest, ready.

citance, favour. Aske, to preier. AS Tog, atteotive. Arnly.coutrariety. Avertiseme ut adaonition. datae, consideration, discretion,

thought. Adrie, to consider, to recollect. Art or Aety, a hawk's or eagle's nest

the letier, to practise aiteration. A: 61 love

2. affectation, imagination.
Prid, atfected.
A, atections.
A coorrmed.
A'i btrothed.

di ined by affinity. A Lt. to confrunt. 4. to hetruth. Ag et tahy, a diminutive being, not

Cice-uok the tag of a point, from

a.*ielles. Dize, acknowledge, confess, vow,

din zod earnest. A 3, Zeus, suspicion.

lans, were verbal eulogy.

der test, best beloved. A - Pictung. 4 alite.

to approve. Aance, ai probation. &17, to pepper

* Ban chin, a beardless chin. s #k, the lowest chance of the Ass, misfortune. 4:57, dispuriled.

AS, a bermit.

mai an coin.or standard-bearer. Aala 6. rod. A at kuihe night.

ser retition. Aropophazi, cannibals, Ak the fol of the old play.

boty, old age. Autres cavesa id dens, Arach. te impeach. Aral, to accuse. Averred, made apparent. Aarle-jobo, an apple ibat will keep

Artwo years. Afps, to attend to, consider. Apantment, preparation, Ambe alin, opinion. Arbeosive quick of comprehension Afta'ion, entry or probation, Arool, approbation proof Ave, to justify, prosc, establish. Aorted, experienced. Ayers, those wbo try. Aya Titæ, strong waters, probably

Lequebangh. antar. b.rd, lbe phoenis, Archief. Artice, silver. A7cine, the goddess Diana. 4:7er, Alziers. 475, Sbs laden with great wealth Arment, sub ect for conversation,

evidrace, proof.
An to take up in the arms.
Arat, grunt, begone,
Ar. Ocensively.
Ar practice as distinguished from

theory; 840), theory.
Articlate, to enler into articles.
Abial, senious, artsui.

1

Breataing-courtesy, mere verbal com- geons, eaten by the quality. Cold, naked
pliment
Cautei, subtlety.

Collection, consequence, or cellar.
Breeched, foully sheathcd, mired. Cautel or cantle, the corner, or piece Collied, black, smettek
Ereecling, liable to be logged.

of anything.

Colt, to trick
Breathed, inured by constant practice. Cautelous, insidions, cautious. Co-mart, a joint bargain.
Breathe, to atter.

Cearment. the wrapping of an em- Come of, to pay.
Breed-bate, an exciter of quarrels. balmed body.

Come of will, to succeed.
Bribe buck, a back sent as a bribe. Cease, decease.

Co-meddled, mingled.
Bridal, the nuptial feast.
Censure, to give an opinion.

Combinate, betrotbed.
Bring, to altend or accompany.

Centuries, companies of an bundred Comfort, to aid, Brize, the gad, or horse-fly.

men each.

Comforting, abetting.
Broach, to put on the spit, to transix. Ceremonious, superstitious.

Comma, connection.
Brock, the badger.
Certes, certainly.

Commission, authority.
Brogues, a kind of shoes.
Cess, measure, tax or subsidy.

Commend, commit.
Broken, communicated.
Chair, throne.

Committed, lain with.
Broker, a match-maker, a procuress. Chaliced, i. e. flowers, with cups, froni Commodity, sell interest.
Brooched, adorned.

calis

Commonty, a comedy. Brought, attended.

Challenge, the right of refusing a jary. Compact, made up of. Brow of youth, the height of youth. man,

Companies, companione. Brown-bili, a battle-axe.

Chamber, ancient Dame fo London ; Compare, comparison. Brownist, a follower of Brown, sec

also, a piece of ordnance.

Comparative, a dealer in comparisous tarian. Chamberers, intriguers.

Compassed, round. Bruising-irons, an allusion to the an- Champian, an open country.

Compassed cape, a round cape. cient mace.

Chantry, a small chapel in a cathedral. Compassed window, a bow-window. Bruit, report with clamour. Character, hand-writing.

Compassionate, plaintive. Brush of time, decay of time.

Charactery, the matter with which let- Compose, to come to a composition Bug, bugbears, false terrors.

ters are made.

Composture, composition. Bumbard, a large drinking vessel. Chares, task-work.

Composition, bargain; also, cons Bang, a cut purse. Charge-honse, free-school.

tency.
Bunting, a bird.
Chariest, most cautious.

Competitors, confederates.
Burgonet, a helmet.
Chariness, caution.

Complements, accomplishments
Busky, woody.
Charitable, dear, endearing,

Complexion, humour. Butt-shaft, an arrow to shoot at shafts Charles-wain, the constellation called Comply, to compliment with,

the bear.

Comptible, submissive.
Buxom, obedient.
Charm your tongue, be silent.

Conceit, imagination, wit, idea. By'rlaken, by our lady.

Charmer, one who deals in magic. Conceited, ingenious.
Charneco, a sweet wine.

Concent, connected harmony.
C.
Chance, fortune,

Conclusions, experiments.
Caddis, worsted lace.
Chary, cautious.

Concupy, concupiscence.
Cade, a barrel.
Chases, a term in tennis,

Condolement, sorrow.
Cadent, falling.
Chaudron, entrails.

Conduct, conductor,
Cage, a prison.

Cheater, for escheatour, an officer in Coney-catched, tricked, Cara-coloured, yellow.

the Exchequer.

Coney-catcher, a chent.
Caitiff, a scoundrel.
Checks, probably for ethics,

Confession, profession.
Calcuiate, to foretell.
Cheer, countenance.

Confineless, boundless.
Caliver, a musket.

Cherry pit, a game with

cherry-stones. Confound, to destroy. Call, to visit

Cheveril, soft leather, also, conscience. Conject, conjecture
Callet, a woman, a witch.
Chew, to ruminate, consider.

Consent, will, conspiracy.
Calling, appellation.
Chewet, a chattering bird,

Consider, reward.
Calm, qualm.

Chide, to resound, to echo; also, to Consigned, sealed. Camelot, a place where King Arthur is scold, he clamourous.

Consist, stand. supposed to have kept his court. Chiding, sound; noisy.

Consort, company.
Canary, a dance.
Child, a knight, a hero.

Conspectuity, sight,
Candle-wasters, those who sit up all Child, a female infant.

Constancy, consistency. night to drink.

Childing, unseasonably pregnant. Constantly, certainly.
Canker, the dog rose.
Chopine, a high shoe.

Contemptible, contemptuous, Canstick, candlestick.

Chough, a bird of the daw species Continuate, uninterrupted. Cantons, cantos,

Christom or chrisom, the white cloth Continue, to spend. Canvas, to sift.

put on a new baptized child. Continent, containing Canvas climber, a sailor.

Chuck, chicken, a term of endearment. Contraction, marriage contract. Cap, the top, the chief. Chult, rich, avaricious.

Contrarious, different. Cap, to salute by taking off the cap. Chopping, jabbering:

Contrary, to contradict. Capable impressure, hollow mark: Cicatrice, the scar of a wound.

Contrive, to spend, to wear out. Capitulate, to make head against. Circummured, walled round,

Control, confute, Capocchia, a sot.

Circumstance, conduct, detail, circum- Convents, agrees, is convenient. Capon, metaphor for a letter.

locution.

Convented, summoned.
Capricious, lascivious.
Cite, incite.

Conversion, change of condition.
Captious, capacious.
Cital, recital.

Converse, associate, interchange
Carack, a ship of great bulk.
Civil, grave, solemn.

Convertite, a convert.
Caracts, characters.
Civit, human

Convey, to steal.
Carbonado, a piece of meat cut cross- Cittern, a musical instrument,

Conveyance, slight of hand, theft. ways for the gridiron. Clack dish, a beggar's dish.

Conveyers, thieves. Card, a sea-chart, perhaps also the Camour, a term in bell-ringing Conveyed himself, derived his title. compass. Clap-in, fall to.

Convicted, overpowered, baffled. Carded, mixed.

Clapped i'the clout, hit the white mark. Convince, to convict, to subdue. Care, inclination. Clap, to join hands.

Convive, to feast. Careires, the motion of a horse; to Claw, to flatter.

Copatain hat, a hat with a conica pass the careires, means to overstep Clean, completely.

crown.
the bounds of decorum.
Clean kam, awry.

Cope, encounter, covering,
Carkanet, a necklace.
Clear, pure.

Copped, rising to a top or bead.
Carl, clown, boor.
Clearest, purest.

Copy, theme.
Carlot, peasant.
Clepe, to call.

Coragio, courage, be of good cbeer.
Carnal, sanguinary.
Clerkly, learned, scholar like

Corinth, a brothel.
Carowses, drinks.
Cling, to dry, or shrink up.

Corinthian, a wencher.
Carriage, import
Clinquant, glittering.

Corky, dry, withered.
Carried, conducted.
Clipt, embraced.

Corollary, surplus.
Carry, to prevail over.

Clout, the white mark at which archers Corporal, corporeal. Cart, a chariot.

shoot.

Corrigible. corrected
Case, skin, outward garh.
Clouted, hobnailed.

Costard-monger, a dealer in costers o Case of lives, a set of lives.

Coach fellow, one who draws with a apples. Casques, helmets.

confederate.

Cote, to overtake. Cassock, a horseman's loose coat. Coasting, conciliatory.

Coted, quoted, regarded, Cast, to empty; also dismiss, reject. Codling, an unripe apple.

Cotsale, Cotswood in Gloucst.
Cast, reckoned.
Cob-loal, a crusty, uneven loaf.

Couch, to lie with.
Castilian, an opprobrious term.
Cock, cock-boat.

Count, to reckon upon.
Castiliano vulgo, a cant term of con- Cock-and-pye, a vulgar oath.

Countenance. favour; also, false op tempt. Cockshut-time, twilight.

pearance, hypocrisy. Cast- lips, left-off lips. Cockle, a corn-weed.

Counter, hunting term. Jast the water, to find out disorders by Cockle-hat, a pilgrim's hat.

Counter-caster, one who reckons will inspecting the urine. Codding, amorous.

counters Catnian, a liar. Codpiece, a part of the dress.

Counter-check, a term in chess. Satling, a small lutestring, made of Coffin, the cavity of a raised pie. Counterfeit, a portrait. catgut. Cog, to cheat with dice, to lie.

Counterpoints, counterpancs,
Cavalero-justice, a cant term,
Cognizance, badge or token.

Country, count, earl.
Cavaleroes, gay fellows.
Cogging, lying.

Couplement, a couple.
Caviare,

too good for, or above the Coigne of vantage, convenient corner. Courses, the mainsail and forenie comprehension of so called from Coignes, coroers.

Court-cnpboard. sideboard. a delicacy made of the roe of stur. Coil, bustle, stir.

Court confect, a spurious nob

Cert holy water, flattery.
Ced, bollow.
Ced, aw d.
Coser to sink down,
Cove, a sisi used in carrying a
Co. lo soothe.
Cd. yielded reluctantly.
Cracoward cock, a poltroon.
Cze, a tailir, a botcber.
Ca dissolution ; also a boy-child.
(ik wiek
Crack or crankling, the rush of a

river.
Crot garlands.
Crail trading vessel.
(2. to be Iurry oier.
Carey, a cowardly cock, inean, cow-
Cr le compounded, made up of.

rat, credible
Cred account, information, credu-
Cars, lights set upon a beacon.
(r.ve, ikering.

ttbe summit
Carstens, those who have no right to

armonal bearings.
(worsted
( *p. curind, winding.
CCDC.
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!!censorious.
Plavery old woman.
Cres medey stamped with a cross.
Criper, scarecrow.
mata?, bast purpose.
Crys. (ur.
Cra, a Portuguese coin.
Ci crink
L-am a cup to crack a bottle.
(pack of bounds,
C, to encourage.
Cs they
Crown, aliuding to a bear whose

stre dry.
Cox beatical term, the last word

of the Lordine peech.
Ces arra ar for the thighs.

7. a pairy ft flow.

Le Rouge.
11. idurtruckle.
(o!, Curitssurss, fnical delicacy.
1. stupulus.
Casentatlisty dressed.
Cucurructs.

W! under the indluence of a male-
Crisiglant, ill-tempered, crabbed,

Dr.
Csill-humour.
(ai, aittirilir.
Ca!, adod horor.
Cre, a rilass, broad-sword.
Customer a strumpet.
(Cederctail, poor and rich.

ale used by sharpers.
Cs, a transparent stuit.

D.
- de, to put ofl.

to Srid.
D them to coudron.
I

arul.
sit rotten
r,tives of Denmark
jibe dark.

to arrange.
diazuise.

la sod, counterfeit. Dei, a couch,

is brcal day. 1

na dairy maid.

13! by pruty.
D., antiale, consequential.
D. derful, lonely, solitary.
Dobrobras, spols on those infected

ttir plague.

Drvecutioner.
Tulebtor
1. dr hauched.
Una paretly, misfortunes.
Let it cand apach.
TC, sprinkinil.
te to run through (as in gram-

i from first to last
Trad.tt: Lalien,

00, sunnise.
T, 's is grarral.
Italie, it a need
D_), 16 frer, to disembarass.
Date, ate at un of features
Drue, art of it ac105.
De had lly, dexterous'y.

to ti rit.

Demerits, merits.
Deinurely, solemnly.
Denay, deaial.
Denayed, denied.
Denier, a coin.
Denude, to strip, divest.
Deny, to refuse.
Depart, to part.
Departing, separation.
Depend, to be in service.
Depive, to disinherit.
Deracinate, to root up.
Derogate, degraded.
Descant, to larangue upon; also, a

term in music.
Doseried, deserving.
Design, to mark out.
Despatched, berett
Detected, suspected.
Dich, do it.
Dickon, Richard,
Die, gaming
Diet, to compel to fast,
D trused, wild, irregular.
Digress, to deviate from what is right.
Digression, transgression.
Dildos, the burtheu of a song.
Dint, impression.
Disable, io undervalue.
Disappointed, unprepared.
Discandy, to dissolve.
Disclose, to hatch.
Discontentents, malcontents.
Discourse, reason.
Disease, uneasiness, discontent.
Diseases, sayings,
Disgruce, har Fabip, injury.
Dishabited, dislodged.
Dislike, displease.
Dislim, to unpaint, obliterate.
Disme, tenth, or tithe.
Nosaatured, wanting natural affection.
Dispark, to destroy a park or inclo-

sure Disperge, to sprinkle. Disponge, to discharge as a sponge. Dispose, disposal, command. Dispose, to make terns. Disposition, frame. Dissent, displace, le pose. Dissemble, io glossover, disguise. Dissembling, putting dissumilar things

together. Distained, unstained. Distaste, to corrupt. Distemper, intoxication. Distemperature, pertuu bation. Distempered out of huhuvar. Distraugut, distracirii. Distractions, detachments, separate

bodies. Divert, to turn aside. Division, a ternin music. Duff, to put oil Dole, alms, distribution, lot. Dolphin, the dauphin Don, to put ont, to the On. Done to death, killed. Done, expendied, cunsumed. Done upon the gad, suudeny. Putant, dotard. Double, full of duplicity. Dogble vouchers, a law term. Doubt, to fear. Dout, to do out, extinguish. Dowlr, a leadier. Down-kyved, hanging down, like what

contines the filters round the

ancles. Draught, the jakes. Driw, to withdrav Draw, embowelled. Drawn fox, one which is trailed over

the ground, to drceive the hounds.
Drachmas, a Greek coin
Dressings, appearances of virtee.
Drew, assembled.
Drive, to fly with impetuosity.
Drollery, a puppet show.
Drugs, drudzes.
Drumble, to act lazıly.
Ducdame, duc ad ine) bring him to

me, the Irrthen of a song.
Dudgeon, the handle of a dagger.
Dine, to endue, touch
Bullard, a stupid persin.
Duinp, a mournfullky.
Dup, to do up, to lin up.
Duil, gentle soothing.
Dub, to make silent.
Duke, a leader.
Durance, some lasting kind of stuff

Easy, wlight, inconsiderable.
Eche, to cke out.
Ecstasy, medness.
Eflects, afcctions; also, actions, deeds,

effected.
Emegt, riadiest.
Euşpt, a gipsy.
Eid, old time; also, aged pass.
Element, initiation.
Eu, done by elsey, or fairies,
Elvisb-market, marked by elves.
Enbuiling, distinguished by the ball,

the einblem of royalty.
Embare, to pose.
Embarquements, impediments.
Embossed, inclosed, swollen, puffy.
Embowelled, exhausted.
Embraced, indulged in.
Erupericutick, einpirical.
Empery, sovereign power.
Emulous, envious, jealou3.
Eroulation, envy.
Encave, to hide.
Endart, to dart forth.
Enfeoff, to invest with possession.
Engross, to futten
Engaged, delivered as an hostage.
Engrossments, accumulation.
Enkindie, to stimulate.
Eumesh, to inclose, as in meshes.
Enmew, ia falconry) to force to lie in

cover. Enridged, bordered. Ensconce, to secure in a safe place, 10

fortify Enseamed, greasy. Enseer, to dry up. Enshield, concealed. Enstepped, immersed. Entertainment, pay; also, being re

ceived into service. Entreatments, favours; also, objects of

entreaty:
Enry, aversion, malice.
Envionsly, angrily.
Ephesian, a cant term.
Erning, errant, wandering.
Escape, illegitimate child.
Escoted, paid.
Esil, or Eisel, a river.
Esperance, motto of the Percy family,
Espials, spies.
Essential, existent, real.
Estimate, price.
Estimation, coujecture.
E tridges, ostricbes.
Eterne, eternal.
Exen, to mike even, or evident.
Even christian, fellow christian.
Erils, jakes.
Examinteit, donbted.
Excellent differences, distinguished ex-

cellencies.
Excrement, the beard.
Erecute, to use or employ.
Executors, executioners.
Exercise, exhortation.
Exhale, io brratbe one's last.
Exhaust, to draw forth.
Exhibition, allowance.
Exigent, end, exigency.
Exorcisin, the raising of spirits.
Expect, expectation.
Expedience, expetition.
Expectient, expeditious.
Expediently, expeditiously.
Expostulate, to discuss.
Exsufflicate, bubble-like.
Extend, to seize.
Extent, violence, seizure.
Extern, external.
Extremity, calarity.
Expiate, to end.
Exposture, exposure.
Express, to reveal.
Expulsed, expelled.
Extracting, distracting.
Extravagant, wandering.
Evas musket, a young bawk.
E, ases, nestlings.
Eyliads, eyes.
Eyne, eyes.
Eyry, a nest of hawks.
Eysel, vinegar.

F.
Face, to carry a foolish appearance,
Face royal, a privileged lace.
Facinormy, wicked.
Fact, guilt
Factious, active.
Faculiy, exercise of power.
Falge, to swt.
Fadings, a iance.
Faitli, fidelity.
Paithfully, fervently.
Fain, font.
Fair, fur fairness.

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Eager, (from aigre, Fr.) sour, harsh,
Eanliogs, Jantos,
Ear, toplough
Ear-kissing, whispering.

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