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Note. - The parts of the Index printed in Italic refer to the Editors' Prefaces and Notes.

Abator, vii. 477.
Abduction made a capital offence by statute of

Henry VII. vi. 86.
Abergavenny, Lord, fined liy Henry VII. for

keeping retainers, vi. 20.
imprisoned for a short time, vi. 221.
firm to Henry VII. against the Cornish

rebels, vi. 177.
Abingdon, Abbot of, sent as commissioner by

Henry VII. to Charles VIII. vi. 71.
Abjuration and Exile, offences of, vii. 742,

Academia nova modum prorsùs excessit, vi.

Accessories, vii. 348, 349, 359, 365.
Achaians compared by Titus Quintius to a

tortoise, vii. 52.
Achelous, his fight with Hercules, interpreta-

tion of the fable, vi. 739, 740.

interpretatio fabulae, vi. 663, 664.
Act of God, vii. 314.
Actæon, or curiosity, the fable interpreted, vi.

719, 720.

interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 645.
Action in oratory, saying of Demosthenes re-

specting, vi. 401.
Actium, battle of, vi. 451.
Actus inceptus, cujus perfectio pendet ex vo-

luntate partium, revocari potest, vii.

372, 373.
bi autem ex voluntate tertiæ personæ, vel

ex contingenti, revocari non potest, vii.

373, 374.
Aculeate words, vi. 51).
Administration, letters of, vii. 502, 501.
Adrian the Emperor, his envy of poets and

artists, vi. 394.
Adrian VI., Pope, vi. 92.
Adrian de Castello, the Pope's ambassador to

Scotland, vi. 91.

Adrian de Castello.--continued.

honoured and employed by Henry VII.

Adrian's case, vij. 655.
Adultery, man taken in, saying of one of the

Rmans respecting, vii. 155.
Advancement of Fortune, vi. 9.
Advancement of Learning, the, a key to the

opening the Instauration, vii. 13.
Adversity, essay on, vi. 386.

the blessing of the New Testament, ib.
its virtue fortitude, ib.

best discovers virtue, ib.
Advertisement touching an Holy War, vii.

Advocates, behaviour of Judges towards, vi.

508, 584.
Advowson, vii. 354, 359.

in grogs, vii. 327.
Ægyptian, on the recent origin of Greece, vii.

157.-See Egypt.
Æneas Sylvius, of the donation of Constantine

the Great to Sylvester, vji. 154.

of the Christian religion, vii. 159.
Æneid, eatracts by Bacon, vii. 193, 203.
Ænigmata Sphingis, vi. 678, 679.
Æschines, retort of Demosthenes on, vii. 141.
Æsculapius, wrath of Jupiter kindled against,

vi. 704.

a Cyclopibus interemptus, vi. 632.
Esop, fable of the damsel turned into a cat, vi.

of the fly on the chariot wheel, vi. 503,

of the two frogs, vii. 81.
of the fox and the cat, vii. 83.

of the man who called for Death, vij. 84.
Æstimatio præteriti delicti ex post facto mun

quam crescit, vii. 348, 349.
Affidavits in Chancery, vii. 769-770.


S of God

Affinitatis vincla, sacramenta naturæ, vi. 634. | Alonzo of Arragon, his praise of age, vii. 139.
Vide Jura.

why a great necromancer, vii. 140.
Agathocles to his Syracusan captives, vii. 143. | Alphonso, Duke of Calabria, receives the
Age and youth, essay on, vi.477–478, 5684 Order of the Garter from Henry VII. ri.

characteristics of, vi. 487.

Amalthea, vi. 664, 739.
Agent and principal, vii. 365.

Amason, secretary of Ferdinando of Spain, vi
Agent-court, battle of, vi. 119.

Agesilaus, his conquests in Asia, vii. 50. Amazons, an unnatural government, vii. 33.

of one who counterfeited a nightingale,
vii. 144.

Ambassadors sent by Henry VII. to Charles
Agrippa raised by Augustus, vi. 439.

VIII. vi. 82.
de vanitate, vii. 102.

excused of practices against the state
Ailmer, Sir Lawrence, Mayor of London, fined

where they reside, vii. 344.
10001. by Henry VII. vi. 236.

Ambiguitas verborum, latens, verificatione
Albert Durer, would make a personage by

suppletur, vii. 385-387.
geometrical proportion, vi. 479.

latens et patens, ib.
Alchemy has no ground in theory, and no Ambiguity in pleading,
good pledge of success in practice, vi. 761.

of words, vii, 338.
Alcibiades to Pericles, vii. 130.

that grows by reference, vii. 338.
Alderman never welcomes Death as a friend, in construction,
vi. 602.

patent, vii. 385.
Alderwasley, Manor of, vii. 546.

latent, vii. 385-387.
Alexander the Great, his Persian conquests, Ambition, essay on, vi. 465–467, 567-568.
vii. 50.

like choler, makes or mars, vi. 465, 567.
his saying, of Craterus and Hephæstion, how ainbitious men should be made ser-
vii. 139.

viceable, vi. 466, 568.
that Antipater was all purple within, vii. how to be curbed, ib.

Ameled, vii. 207.
to Parmenio, vij. 142.

America, discovered by Columbus, vi. 196.
knew himself mortal by two things, sleep foretold by Seneca, vi. 463, 465.
and lust, ib.

by Plato, vi. 465.
when asked to run at the Olympian games, results of its discovery, vii. 20.
vii. 148.

Amor.-- Vide Cupido, Love.
for his own reward, kept Hope, vii. 149. Amortised, a part of the lands, vi. 94.
his visit to Diogenes, vii. 163.

Anabaptists and other furies, vi. 384, 543.
Alexander VI., Pope, sends a nuncio to re-

of Munster, vii. 33.
concile Henry VII. and Charles VIII. Anacharsis, of the Athenians, vii. 158.
vi. 113.

Analogia Cæsaris, vii. 204–207.
his saying of the Frenchmen in Italy, vi. Anaxagoras, when condemned to death by

the Athenians, vii. 148.
attempts to organise a crusade, vi. 209. Ancient demesne, vii. 483.
applies to Henry VII. vi. 210.

Andes, far higher than our mountains, vi. 513.
respecting Cæsar Borgia, vii. 126.

Andrews, Bishop, epistle dedicatory addressed
Alien, Littleton's definition, vii. 665.

to, vii. 11-15.
made a denizen, to pay strangers' customs, on a sermon without divinity, vii. 159.
by statute of Henry VII. vi. 39.

on the conversion of the Bishop of Spalato,
enfeoffed to uses, vii. 437.
enemy, vii. 618.

Angels not to be introduced in antimasques,
friend, vii. 648.

vi. 468.
tradesmen within the realm, vii. 653. Angeovines, faction in Naples, vi. 158.
Alienation, the license of, made a patent of Anger, essay on, vi. 510–512.
fice, vii. 699.

to cilin the natural inclination, vi. 510-
Allegiance, false opinion concerning, vii. 650,

651, 653, 660.

to repress the motions of, vi. 511.
applies to the person of the king, not to to raise and appease in others, vi. 511,
the law or kingdom, vii. 665.

of greater extent than laws, ib.

a kind of baseness, vi. 510.
continuieth after laws, vii. 666.

its causes chiefly three, vi. 511.
and while laws are suspended, ib.

Ann Bullen, her speech at her execution, vii.
Alleys in gardens, vi. 488-489.

Allez à Dieu, vii. 720, 723.

Anne of Brittaine, vi. 33. See Brittaine.
Almaigne, its dismemberment, vi. 515.

Annuity granted pro consilio impendendo,
Almains, under Martin Swart, aid the Irish when not forfeited, vii. 327.
rebels against Henry VII, vi. 53.

| Ant, a wise creature for itself, vi. 431, 561.

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Antalcidas, of Spartan ignorance, vii. 148. | Arguments - continued.
Antecamera, vi. 484.

in the case of impeachment of waste,
Antigonus, Then we shall fight in the shade,

vii. 527-545.
vii. 142.

in Lowe's case of tenures, vii. 546-
to Demetrius, when the fever left him,

vii. 147.

in the case of revocation of uses, vii.
overhearing evil of himself, vii. 149.

Anti-masques should be short, vi. 468.

on the jurisdiction of the marches, vii.
angels not to be introduced, ib.

Antipater to Demades, vii. 141.

dedication of, vii. 523.
Antiperistasis, vii. 85.

Preface to, vii. 569.
Antisthenes, saying of, on necessary learning,

in Chudleigh's case, vii. 615.
vii. 159.

in case of Postnati, vii. 639.
Antitheta, vii. 207.

in the case De rege inconsuito, vii. 683.
Antonius, Marcus, only two great men of his Ariadne, loved by Bacchus, vi. 666, 742.

tory carried away by love, he one, vi. 397. Aristander, his explanatiou of Philip's dream,
Antwerp, English merchants return to, after vi. 463.

the treaty made by Henry VII. vi. 173. Aristippus, to one who reproved him for fall-
Ape, his deformity increased by his likeness

ing at Dionysius' feet, vii. 138.
to man, vi. 416, 561.

why men give to the poor rather than to
Apelles would take the best parts of divers

philosophers, vii. 139.
faces, vi. 479, 570.

when reproved for luxury, vii. 150.
Aphorisms, why preferable to a digested likened those, who cultivated the sciences
method of delivering knowledge, vii. 321.

and neglected philosophy, to Pene-
Apollo, slayer of the Cyclopes, vi. 704.

lope's suitors, vii. 151.
his musical contest with Pan, meaning of to a sailor who taunted him with fear,
the fable, vi. 713.

vii. 161.
sagittis Cyclopes confecit, vi. 632.

when asked what Socrates had done for
certamen ejus cum Pane, vi. 640.

him, ib.
Apollonius, derided by Vespasian, vii. 132. why he took money of his friends, ib.
his description of Nero's governinent, ib.

to a strumpet with child, ib.
his answer to Vespasian concerning Nero's || Aristotle, his theory of usurpation, vi. 9.
fall, vi. 419, 553 ; vij. 174.

Empedocles and Democritus rather to be
A pomaxis calumniarum, by Sir R. Morysine,

approved, vi. 7 +9.
vi. 215.

no ili interpreter of the Law of Nature
Apophthegms, new and old, vii. 121-165.

respecting conquest, vii. 29.
preface, vii. 113–120.

we are beholden to him for sundry arti-
from the Resuscitatio, vii. 167–173.

cles of the Christian faith, vii. 164.
from the Baconiana, vii. 174-178. Aristoteles, philosophia ejus minùs probanda
from Dr. Rawley's Common place Book, quàm Einpedoclis aut Democriti, vi. 672.
vii. 179-184.

Armada, Spanish, defeat of, vi, 295–309.
spurious, vii. 185, 186.

invincible and invisible, vi. 361.
mucrones verborum, vii. 113.

Arms flourish in the youth of a state, vi. 516.
Apostolical succession, vii. 225.

Arrows of the Cornishmen, vi. 182.
Appeal, of murder, vii. 360, 463.

Art represented under the person of Vulcan,
grounds of, vii. 366-368.

vi. 736.
of Mayhem, vii. 366, 367, 463.

contest of, with nature, shown in the
Appius Claudius, only two men great in his-

story of Atalanta, vi. 744.
tory carried away by love, he one, vi. 397. Artes mechanicæ faciunt et nocumentum et
Apples, golden, of Atalanta, vi. 744.

remedium, vi. 600.
Arbela, battle of, vi. 45.

Arthur, Prince, son of Henry VII. vi. 185.
Arbitrium solutum, vii. 316.

dies soon after his marriage with Katha-
Archers. English, their execution upon the

rine, daughter of Ferdinand and Isa-
French troops, vi. 83.

bella, vi. 204, 215.
Cornish, their arrows reputed to be of the his saying the morning after his wedding,
length of a tailor's yard, vi. 182.

vi, 215.
Archery, of Cupid, siunities what, vi. 731. Artifices excellentes maximè invidiosi, vi. 659.
Archidamus to Philip after Chæronea, vii. artifici præstanti exilium vix supplicii

locum tenet, vi. 659.
Arden ». Darcey, case of, vii. 691, 718, 719. Artists, envy one of their predominant vices,
Argument with an emperor who owned thirty vi. 734.
legions, vii. 1+1.

drundel, Earl of, sent by Henry VII. to wel-
Arguments of property are three, damages,

come Philip King of Castile, at Weya
seisure, and grant, vii. 533.

mouth, vi. 230.
of law, by Lord Bacon, vii. 301.

correction by Bacon in the account of his

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Atlantis, whether destroyed by earthquake or

deluge, vi. 513.
Atom, typified by the fable of Cupid, vi. 729.

the sidelong motion of, vii. 253.
Atomus sive Cupido, interpretatio fabulæ, vi.

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Arundel, Earl of, - continued.

trial in Camden's Annals of Queen

Elizabeth, vi. 353.

his statues at Highgate, vii. 177.
Asellus donum Deorum pro potu paciscitur,

vi. 669.

videtur esse Experientia, ri. 673.
Ashburnham, Lord, Reading on Stat. West-
minster 2nd, c. 5, by Bacon, in the Stowe Col-

lection, vii. 305.
Ashes more generative than dust, vi. 435, 556.
Ass, gift of the gods laid on the back of, vi.

745, 750.

signifies experience, vi. 749.
Assassins of the Levant, vii. 32.
Assize, commission of, vii. 476.
Astley, a scrivener, one of Perkin Warbeck's

councillors, vi. 189.
Astrologer, vi. 512.
Astwood, Thomas, tried for Perkin War-

beck's rebellion, and pardoned, vi. 148.
plots Perkin Warbeck's escape from the

Tower, vị. 202, 203.
Atalanta, meaning of the fable, vi. 743, 744.

interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 667, 668.
Atheism, essay on, vi. 413—415, 559, 560.

causes of, vi. 414, 561.

better than superstition, vi. 417, 561.
Atheismus, meditatio de, vii. 239.
Atheist, miracles never wrouht to convince,

why, vi. 413.
the fool hath said in his heart, There is no

God, vii. 251.
Athens, where wise men propose and fools

dispose, vii. 158.

opivio Peripateticorum, vi. 655.
• Democriti, ib.

Epicuri, vi. 656.
declinatio ejus, vii. 241.
Aton C stle, taken by the Earl of Surrey

from James IV., vi. 184.
Attainder, vii. 330, 331, 357, 358, 359, 360,

what shall give the escheat to the lord,

vii. 485 -488.

of the partizans of the House of York, ri. 35.
Audley, Lord, heads the Cornish rebels against

Henry VII. vi. 177.

beheaded at Tower Hill, vi. 182.
Augustus Cæsar.-See Cæsar, Augustiis.
Aurora, in love with Tithonus, vi. 727.

Tithonum adamat, vi. 653.
Aurum, durationis tessera, vi. 682.
Authority, four vices of men in, vi. 400, 551.

that of the adversary himself is the

strongest of all, vii. 659.
Autumn of life, vii. 145.
Autumnus pulchrorum pulcher, vi. 479, 570.
Avarice doth ever find in itself matter of am-

bition, vi. 225.
of Henry VII. vi. 155, 175, 217, 225,

235, 236.
Aviaries in gardens not commended, vi. 492,
| Azo, his definition of a trust, vi. 401.


Babylon, excellence of its geographical posi- | Bacon, Lord.—ontinued.
tion, vii. 63.

to a lady in Gray's Inn Gardens, ib.
Bacchus, his history an allegory, vi. 740-

to Lord Exeter, ib.

to Sir Edward Cooke, vii, 169.
represents passion or desire, vi. 741.

to Queen Elizabeth, ib.
birth and nurture, ib.

on the building Verulam House, by the
invention of the vine, vi. 742.

pond, vard, ib.
a conqueror, ib.

when the exchequer was empty, vii. 170.
lover of Ariadne, ib.

savings and anecdotes of, 177, 178, 179,
ivy, why sacred to, vii. 743.

182, 184.
why confounded with Jupiter, ib.

of liis own disgrace, vii. 179.
in'erpretation of the fable of Bacchus and his industry in small mutlers, vii. 197.
Pentheus, vi. 719.

his crinfession of faith, vii. 215-226.
Jovis natus, vi. 661.

his talent as report, vii. 266-270.
a Pros rpinâ mutritus, vi. 665.

realer at Grun's Inn, vii. 304, 305.
des derium boni apparentis significat, ib.

a Viction for Grav's Inn, vii. 524.
interpretatio fabulæ, vi. 645, 616.

Bacon, Mr. Anthony, anecdote of his man
Bacon, Lord, churyje against him, of colouring Prentisi, vii. 181.

his history of Henry III. tu flutter James 1. Bacon, Sir Nicolas, to Queen Elizabeth, of
vi. 8-16.

the size of his house, vii. 144,
his jest to the queen concerning Dr. to Lord Leicester, vii. 168.
Playward's filoni, vii. 133.

to a nimble-witted counsellor, vii. 171.
his advice to the queen), hesitating whom on a difficulty in setting forth lands, ib.
to appoint, vii 134.

stopped at heaven's gate on account of an
to the fishermen who refused to sell him

ujust decree, vii, 171.
the draught, vii. 168.

to his barber, vii. 183.

Baconiana, publication of, by Dr. Tenison, vii. | Behaviour-continued.
115, 116.

of some men is like a measured verse,
apophthegms from, vii. 174–178.

500, 527, 576.
Bailee, felony by, vii. 349.

Belgic lion held by the ears, vii. 177.
Banks, cunning propositions of, vi. 474.

Bella, fabula Persei bella significat, vi, 641–
Bannerets created by Henry VII. upon the

field, at Blackheath, vi. 182.

præcepta tria de bello gerendo, vi. 642.
Bannocksbourn by Strivelin, battle of, vi. Belly, rebellions of the, are the worst, vi. 409.

Benedictions, vii. 210.
Banyan, man's life compared to, vi. 602. Benevolences, history of the tax, vi. 121.
Bar, good to a common intent, vii. 339.

act to make arrears leviable by course of
Baragan, vii. 207.

law, vi. 160.
Barba Panis, radii corporum cælestium, vi. Bermondsey Queen Dowager cloistered at, vi.46.

Bernard, st., on scandal of priests, vi. 414.
Barbarous nations, their inundations on other Besom-seller at Buxton, vii. 178.
nations, vi. 516.

Bettenham, Mr., riches, like muck, require
Barckley, Lord, case of, vii. 668.

spreading, vii. 160.
Bargains, gains by, are of a doubtful nature, virtuous men, like spices, are best when
vi. 461.

crushed, ib.
bargains and sales, vii. 495.

Bewdley exempt from the jurisdiction of the
Barkhamsted, Cecile Dutchess of York dies Council of the Marches, vii. 601-602.
at, vi. 159.

Bewley in the New Forest, Perkin Warbeck
Barley, William, joins Perkin Warbeck in takes sanctuary in, vi. 192.
Flanders, vi, 140.

Bias to the sailors at their prayers, vii. 129.
makes his peace with the king, vi. 153.

his rule of friendship, vii. 150.
pardoned by Henry VII. vi. 153.

how a man should order his life, vii. 157.
Barnaby's Day, the longest in the year, vii. Biform, Pan so, why, vi. 710.

Biformia omnia revera sunt, vi. 638.
Barnesey, Prior of, his case, vii. 707.

Bills of Review, vii. 759–760
Baron and feme, vii. 3:8, 329, 340, 344, Bion, But where are they painted that were
315, 318, 351, 367, 432, 436, 437, 439,

drowned? vii. 129.

of Socrates, ib.
Barriers and Tourneys, vi..468.

to an envious man who was sad, vii. 158.
Bartholomew's Day, “ No, by St. Bartholo Bishops, Prælati paribus, vii, 18.2.
mew, Madame,” vii. 136.

Black will take no other hue, vii. 200.
Bartholomew's, St., charter of llenry II. to i Blackbourne, his cilition of Bucon's Works,
the prior and monks of, vii. 510.

vii. 116.
Barton, Elizabeth, the words on which she | Blackheath, the Cornish rebels against Henry
Wis condemned of treason, vi. 151.

VII. encamp at, vi. 178.
Bashfulness, a great hindrance to a man, vii. defeated by Lord Dawbeney, vi. 18).

Blame, whom to blan:e for ills happening, vii.
Bastards, envious, vi. 393.

Digenes to one throwing stones, vij, 163. Blewet plots Perkin Warbeck's escape from
Bastardy, trial of by the bishop, vii. 367.

the Tower, vi, 202, 203.
Baths, saving of the bishop, who bathed Blood, when a good consideration, vii. 368—
tivice a day, vii. 130.

Beard of l’an, why long, vi. 710.

challenge of, vii. 369.
Zelim shaved, why, vii. 157.

Bodmin, Perkin Warbeck arrives at, vi. 189.
Beauty, essay on, vi. 478—480, 569–570. Body, pliancy of the human, vii. 99.
its relation to virtue, vi. 478, 569.

Boldness, Essay on, vi. 401–403.
of favour is more than of colour, and of in civil business, is first, second, and
gracions motion more than of favour,

third, vi. 402.
vi. 179, 570.

the child of ignorance and baseness, ib.
the best part of, cannot be expressed by a ever blind, vi. 103.

a better quality in a follower than in a
is as summer fruits, ib.

leader, ib.
Beck, as grodas a Diru vous garde, vii. 202. Bonance, a, vii. 207.
Bedingfield's case, vii. 7 15.

Bone, if not true set, will never be well till
Bedford, Jasper, Earl of, one of Henry VII.'s broken, vii. 200.
generals, vi. 55, 128.

Books, some to be tasted, some swallowed,
his death, vi. 18).

some chewed and dig, sted, vi. 498, 525, 575.
Bees, hive likened to a commonwealth, vii. | Borgia, Cæsar, his bark not St. Peter's, vi. 113.

his murder of the Lords of Romagna, vii.
Behaviour, good, like perpetual letters com.

mendatory, vi. 500.

Boswort.h Field, battle of, vi. 27.


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