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ACCUSATION of John, Lord Finch
Ademarus attests story of Pope Joan
Adolph the Simple, Count Palatine
Adrian, Pope, Tarasius letter on
Advice to assembly in parliament
Agreement between Lucifer and others, in 1641
Agrippa, Cornelius, account of Pope Joan
Aimonius history before Pope Joan
Alexander III. his insolence to the Emperor
Alfred on his being at Rome
Almoner, to the King, Wolsey made
Anastasius II. his sudden death

Bibliothecarius, Platina's account of

misrepresented
Anatomy of a woman's tongue
Anicetus, Pope, Pontacus's account of
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury.
Anthoine, Nicholas, his life and tryal

-, his three petitions
Antonius, Archbishop, on image of Pope Joan
Arbeda, designed to defeat Huntingdon
Argyle, Earl of, speech in parliament
Arminians, favoured by Archbishop Laud
Articles, of agreement with Lucifer
Ashur, Cardinal Wolsey sent to
Atheistical Politician
Athelred encounters the Danes
Athenian Government, danger of changing
Athens, on an university there
Attainder, Bill of, against Earl of Strafford
Attainder moved against Cardinal Wolsey
Aventinus, Johannes, of little credit
Austin, St. omits Felix IT. as a Pope

-, on the Pope's headship
Austria, on Walstein's State there
Authors, a discussion of original
Autumn, whether a proper season at Bath

347
52, 53

159

97
400
393
91
52

44
52, 53

493

38
48, 49

51
267

31
. 463

108
173

15
477
480
431
393
538
441

67
497

83
466
540
15
69
106
193

38
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Bastwicke, Dr. blood, berald of Laud's fall . 466
Bath, the baths of, an account of

110
Baths, or account of the hot waters

ib.
Battle of Lutzen, Account of

183
Bavaria, on tub bursting in the way to the College
there

46
Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, insolence of 403
Bell, on the image of Pope Joan

19
Bellarmine discredits Aventinus

15
on Pope Joan, unworthy of Belief 16, 17

18, 19, 21
often perverts truth

29, 36, 84
in what cases an evidence 45, 49, 02, 50, do.
Belman wanted a clapper
Bellows-mender of Pimlico, account of

177
Benno, author of the life of Hildebrand

57
Bergomensis, Philippus, on Pope Joan

14
, on stool of easement

17
Jacobus, a good historiographer 34
Bernartius, his opinion of Platina
unworthy of credit

86
Binnius, his false account

51
Blamston fight

495
Blower, Aminadab, his lecture in Waltham Forest 177
Bodkin, a rich sort of cloth

538
Bohemia, death of the King of it

195
Bonner's Blood, the herald of Wolsey's fall 465
Boonius, Engebertus, some account of

98
Bourbon, Duke of, quarrels with French King

306
besieged in Pavia

507
bis successful stratagem

509
Bribery, Judge, agreement with Lucifer

393
Bristol, on the waters of St. Vincent's Rock.

120
Bristow, Dr. his confutation.

34
Buckingham, Marquis of, on poisoning Hamilton 410
Bulbeggers, what

435
Bullen, Mrs. Anne, causes Wolsey's Fall
Hen. VIII.'s love for

526
Favour with Hen. VIII.
Stratagem at Grafton

537
Bulloign betrayed to the French
Burial, on that of Pope Jnan
Burton, Mr. relation of in Star-chainber
speech on the pillory

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Busy-body's dialogue with Scrape-all

419

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BAGGE-PUDDING, called London's Joy

433
Bagshot, the family of Love near

446
Baker, &c. chaplains to

452
Bale, John, his honesty defended

91
Bambridge, Archbishop of York

496
Bands, when first worn

218
Banquet of Cardinal Wolsey

523
- King Henry VIII

594
Barkeley, Lord, on surrendering his lands

476
Baronius, the Papist's cardinal historiographer 36
- what he says on Pope Joan

44
contradicts some Papist writers 49, 50, 51,
his unfair inferences

53, 97, 104, 107
quotations

56, 69
Barrenness, Bath waters good against

112
Barwick, lice called covenanters there

435
Bast wicke, Dr. relation of in Star-chamber

990
- speech in the pillory

929

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439
463
487
165
463
ib.
359
521
436
437
275

75
474
457
228

EASEMENT, stool of, on electing a pope
Edinburgh Castle, Rothwen, governor there
Education of Laud and Wolsey
Edward II's. lethargy caused his ruin
Elector's Palatine of the Rhine
Ely, Bishop of, hs pride and tyranny

discovery when escaping
England, Ancient customs of

French Ambassadors in
English Foragers, how served at Berwick
Englishman's will
Epigrams on women's tongues
Epitaphs, in ancient times
Essex, Lord, account of his death
Exchanges prove the export of money
Execution of sentence on Dr. Bastwicke, &c.

/

477

F

.

547
Cawood, near York, Wolsey's residence at
Censure, Lord Cottington's

228

43
Cestrensis, Ranulfus, on his MS.
Chalcondylas, Laonicus, on stool of easement

17
on Pope Joan

29, 43, 73

44
Chalices, old ones, were wooden
Chainpaigne, Cardinal Wolsey there

517
- treaty of peace there

518
Charles V. Wolsey's embassy to

499
comes into England

ib.
Charanza on Pope Joan

21
Chemnitz taken by the Swedes

194

64
Chronology, the Popish blunders in
Church's rights, Wolsey's thoughts on

542
Civil wars of Marius and Sylla
Clauserus, on Pope Joan, defended

30
Clemangis, on an owl's terrifying Balthasar

45
Clergy, Roman, shaven in Pope Joan's time

73
-, English, on clipping their wings

486
Clermont, Viscount, a prisoner in England

495
Cloth, exportation of, diminished

459
Coach, the first seen in England

218
Cock, whether his crowing affrights the lion 298
Coin and trade, on their decay

456
stealing, punishment proposed for

457
Columna, Johannes, a good writer of chronicles 14
Commerce, treaties of, should regard coin

457
Committee of trade, a plan of one

461
utility of

462
Common Prayer, Blower's lecture on it

177
Commons, power of, in parliament

355
order of bounty to the king

371
Commonwealth, epitome of Leicester's

470
Connivance, justice, agreement with Lucifer 395
Conradus, silence about Pope Joan

60
Contention, attorney, agreement with Lucifer 394
Conversion of an English curtezan

253
Cooke's, Alexander, dialogue on Pope Joan

9
Cope, Harpsfield, distinction on testimony
Copies of ancients, how to judge of them
Corruption, lawyer, agreement with Lucifer

394
Cottington, Lord, censure of Dr. Bastwicke, &c. 228
Covenanters, Scotch, reply to them

297
Lice at Berwick so called

435
Cromwell's conference with Wolsey

539
defends his master
Crookback, Edward, account of

477
Curates conference, on hard condition of them 373
Curtezan, an English one, conversion of

253
Cushion, the Governors wife delivered of one 475
of Dudley Castle, death and burial

ib.
Customs of England, ancient ones

359
Cyriacus, Pope of Rome

62
Cyril, St. his success with the Pope

45

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FAMILY of love, the sect described

446
Fans, how and when brought into England

218
Farmer, a country one, taken in by a foyst 244
Fasciculus Temporum, an approved authority

3+
Felix II. stated as a Pope

62
Ferry, a protestant minister of Metz

170
Finch, Lord, his censure of Dr. Bastwicke, &c. 298

John, his accusation and impeachment 347
Fisheries, advantage of supporting

459
Flax and hemp, to raise in England

ib.
Florentius on lives of Popes

67
Florimondus Ræmondus, opinion of him 12, 41, 22, 86

88. 103
contradicted 16, 50, 68

improbabilities 18, 19, 22, 41
Foragers at Berwick, how served

436
Forerunner of revenge

403
Formosus, Pope, how served after his death

81
Fox, Bisliop of Winchester befriends Wolsey 491
Foysts, a dialogue between them

140
Freculphus, Theophanus, lived before Pope Joan 52
Frederick, Emperor, how treated by Pope Alexander
III.

44
I. Prince Palatine of the Rhine

162
III.
Do.

164
IV.
Do.

165
V.
Do.

166
French King taken prisoner

508
redeemed from captivity

510
Frisingensis, Otho, mentions Pope Joan

54
Fulgosus
Do.

23

44, 46
42, 43

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540

G

D

539
477

42
40, 44

102

• 377

N.D. an uniform liar

71
Dantes, his censure of Popes, very limited

59
Declaration, his Majesty's, on lawful sports 201
Description of Kingdom of Macaria

380
Diaconus, Johannes, wrote only of two Popes

55
Dialogue of Busy-body and Scrape-hall

419
between lamie and Willie

492
Digby, Lord, his speech to parliament

350
Discoverie, Northern

422
Discourse on the state of the three kingdoms

485
Diseases, Remedy of by Bath waters
Divorce from Queen Catherine, proceedings on

528
Doncaster, Cardinal Wolsey's return to

551
Dorset, Marquis of, son at Magdalen College school 490
Draykot, Mrs. Alice, how poisoned

474
Drewry, Sir Drew, &c. Persecution of

477
Duaren's testimony on ancient assertions

44
Dudley Castle, on a child born there

475
on Roman Priests being shaved

31
Dyeing, an effect of Bath waters

129

GASCOIGNE, Sir William, his ill news
Gaunt, John of, his pedigree
Gemble, on the monks of
Genebrard, a person of slender account

contradicts Florimondus
Gibbelines and Guelphians, civil wars of
Giffords, Leicester's persecution of
Girald, Archbishop of York
Gold and Silver, whether decreased
Grafton, court removed to

Cardinals dismissed from
Greatness, a definition of
Grecian, Learning, account of
Greene, Robert, theeves falling out
Greenwich, declaration on sports there dated

the court there
Gregory,

a cardinal's saying on his election
VI. when he lived

VII. on western clergy shaving
Gretser, his observations on Pope Joan
Grivell, Ludowick, on Leicester's dealings
Grosthead, or Rupertus, bishop character of .
Guelphians, civil wars of
Guidott, on the Bath waters

ib.
463
456
535
537
50

84
i 239

203

112

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45
51
31
30

476
57, 58

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Leicester's dealings, Ludwick Gripell on

476
HAIMO, died before Pope Joan

48
Persecution of the Lanes

477
Hamilton, Marquis of, poisoned

412

forgery of letters
Hanby, Sir Hawkins's case, on treason

character of
487

479
Harewel Park, the King's visit to

337
Leipsick Castle taken and rased

193, 194
Hassenmuller, Elias, a Jesuit

17
Lenox, Lady, how her life ended

474
Hatton, Sir Christopher, on Leicester's device

Leo Vill. in seven tables of Popes
478

62
Hell, Rome, &c. news from

Letter about Nicholas Anthoine to Geneva
397

170
Hemp and Flax, to raise in England

459
on the Earl of Strafford

482
Henry VI. his lethargic indolence

Letters about Anthoine, from M. Mestrezet

173
- VII. death

493
Lewis, Duke of Bavaria, account of

156
VIIL his invasion of France

494
the Severe, Count Palatine

153
Herlicius, the astrologer

196
IV. Count Palatine

161
Hermannus, on saying nothing about Pope Joan 60

V.
Do.

102
Heroldus, on bis testimony

44
VI.
Do.

163
Hincmarus, Abp. character of

56, 57
VII, Do.

165
Hoddenfield fight

495
Library, the Pope's, Tables of Popes in

61
Hollanders mode of harassing English merchants 460

Lice called Covenanters
Hoveden's silence about Alfred

66

Lieutenant of Tower executed
Houses, magnificence of Wolsey's

Life of Nicholas Anthoine

501
Huntingdon
Do.

ib.
Thomas Part

204
Huntley, Marquis of, reply to Scotch covenanters

Cardinal Wolsey
297

490
Hutten, Huldericus, account of Pope Joan

Lincoln, Wolsey Dean of, and almoner
22

493
, Dr. Smith, Bishop of, dies

496
Lion, if terrified by the cock's crowing

293
Lipsius, the nature of his testimony
I J

12
Liturgy, bellows-mender's account of

177
London's joy, a bagge-pudding

133
JAMES I. died of poison
418 Long, Justice, description of

403
Jerom, St. his pretended Bible
42 Longuido, Duke of, Prisoner in England

495
Jessop, Margaret, pretended miraculous cure
34 Lords, their Petition to King Charles I.

391
Jesuits tub, a wench dropping from it
46 Love, Family of, described

446
Image of Pope Joan
13, 15, 19 Lovell, Sir Thomas, befriends Wolsey

491
Images, Bellarmine and Baronius, on

56
Lucifer's address to the Pope

387
Impeachment of John, Lord Finch

347
feast to the Pope of Rome

396
Laud, Archbishop

468 Luitprandus, the historian
Inscriptions, whether any on Pope Joan
16 Lutzen, the great battle of

193
Joan, Pope, dialogue on

9. 13
, delivered during a procession

74, 75
not a new devised name

77

M
John of Calabria, account of

59
XII. a perverted account of

101
Jokin, John, secret embassy to the English court 507

MACARIA, kingdom of, described

360
Ipswich, the birth-place of Wolsey

463, 490

Machiavell, Nicholas, on his writings
Isolani, General of the Crabbats

190

compared with earl of Strafford 449
Magdalen College, Wolsey made fellow of

490
Malmsbury, William of, on Alfred's history

66
K

, not the author of a book
attributed to him

07
KILLEGRE, William, suborned to kill the Earl of

Mantuan, a great divine, on Pope Joan

99
Ormond

Manufactures of flax and hemp, stated
475

459
Killingworth Castle, ammunition there

MS. of Pope Joan mutilated

476
Kingston, Sir Wm. sent to bring Wolsey to London 552

MSS. ancient ones, about Pope Joan
Krantius, a famous historiographer

21

on their authority
remarks on bis writings

Marcellus, Pope, remarks on
39
Marianus Scotus, account of Pope Jose

43,
Marius and Sylla, civil wars of
Mark, Pope, remarks on

60
L
Masks, when introduced

918
Masquerade, at Wolsey's for Henry VIII.

502
LACEDEMONIANS, danger of attempting a change Maurus, Rabanus, wrote nothing of Popes

17
of government
487 Maydens, wanton ones, a watch word to

255
Lambe, Sir John, agent to Archbishop Laud 452

Medicine for a woman's tongue

973
Lambertus belied by papists

86
Mediterranean pirates injure trade

400
Lancaster and York, occasion of disputes

477 Memorials of Pope Joan asserted
Lancthon, Archbishop, fines King John

.

463 Mentz, or Maguntia, the country of Pope Joan
Lanes, Leicester's persecution of

477
Mestrezat, M. letters about Anthoine

173
Lateran, one of the Pope's Palaces

76

Metropolitans, Englisb, their ancient jurisdiction 403
Laud, Archbishop, compared with Machiavel

442

Mexia, Peter, mentions Image of Pope Joan
account of

450
Milo Monachus, not a writer of history

35
-, unfriendly to the Scots
453 Molanus, on the history of Sigebert

40
disliked by the Scots

Moravians, had service allowed in their own tongue
and Wolsey, parallel of

462
Murder, Earl of Leicester charged with

479
, Archbishop, impeached

468
-> postscript to his life

451
favoured the Arminians

450
Laziardus, account of Pope Joan

N

23
League of English and French discovered

509
Ledesma on indulgence to Moravians
45 NANGIACUS, on Kentish men's faili

44
Lee, Richard, on Hockenorton manor
Leicester's commonwealth epitomised

476 Negligence, State, Engagement with Lucifer 395
470 Negotiations of Cardinal Wolsey

490
design to marry the Queen

474. Niem, Theodoricus de, on image of Pope Joan 15, 31, 37
Norfolk, Duke of, Leicester's treachery to

478

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Polonus writes of Pope Joan

33, 80
vindicated

35, 46, 47, 80
Popedom, on its vacancy

135
Popes, mode of declaring them

17
relatives of, seldom set down

69
ages when elected, various

71
years when elected, variously stated 81
many did nothing remarkable

89, 90
of their actions detestable

99, 100
Possevin's opinion of Florimondus

12
advice to rase a note about Pope Joan 43
Postscript to life of Archbishop Laud

454
Powdering tub, what it is

498
Premunire, Wolsey threatened with one

541
Predecessors of popes, not always immediate 53
Prerogative of parliaments

304
Priests, wooden, use golden chalices
Prison, a powdering tubb

428
Privileges of parliament

559
Procession, how diverted at Rome

14
of Wolsey to Westminster-hall

500
Prophecy, ancient one, how fulfilled

545
Protestants, what they deem Christian Princes
Provisions, ancient price of

218
Prynne, and others, their trial, &c.

220
- his speech on the pillory

230
Psalms, select, of clerk of Tower church

454

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OBSERVATIONS on Bath waters

195
Old, a comparative epithet

70
Onuphrius, bis remarks on Pope Joan

13, 17
grossly misrepresented

16,79
said to be a painful antiquary

69
Oppression, jailor, agreement with Lucifer

394
Optatus omits Felix II. among the Popes

62
Orchards, none planted in Scotland

436
Orders of parliament

559
Ormond, Earl of, devoted to be murdered 475
Otho, the Elder, Governor of Bavaria

155
the thustrious, Elector Palatine

157
Henry, Elector Palatine

164
Owl, strange appearance of on Balthasar's being Pope 45

106

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PAINTERS, specimens of ancient ones

20
· Palmerius, Matheus, on Pope Joan

27
Papist, address to one

11
Papists, unfaithful to written originals

36, 37
some of their practices stated

92
Pappenheim killed by a cannon-shot

192
Parallel between Wolsey and Laud

462
Paris, John of, on Pope Joan

32
Matthew, his account of popes

58
Parliament of Northampton

324
> power of peers and commons in

355
advice to assembly in

400
orders of the commons

559
-'s, prerogative of

304
Parr, Thomas, life of

204
his coming to London

205
his remembrances

216
memorials of the name

219
Paschasius Ratbertus, wrote no history

55
Patrick, St. on driving venemous Beasts from Ireland
Paulet, Sir Amius, feels Wolsey's resentment 464
Pawlet, Sir James, displeased with Wolsey

490
Peers, their power in parliament

355
Pegusious, Cardinal, his feast prepared

396
Perriwigs, how brought into England

218
Peter, St. how painted by papists

16
Peterborough, Cardinal Wolsey's stay there 546
Petition of Lords to Charles I. at York

391
to King and Parliament on death of King
James

403
to Parliament on Do.

408
Philip, Count Palatine of the Rhine

163
Physicians, on their necessity at Batb
Physick, utility of in spring

117, 118
Pirates, their depredations on trade

460
Pius Quintas threw Pope Joan's image into the Tiber 16, 17
11. on restoring marriage to priests

44
Platina's rensarks on turning of popish procession 14

Pope Joan 23, 27, 28, 79, 80
treatment by Paul II.

99
history written by order of sixius jv. ib.
vindicated

51
corrupted

86
of Pope Sylvester

98
Pocklington, Dr. his preferments

..4.52
Poison, how affected Marquis of Hamilton

412
given to King James I.
Policy of sacrificing individuals
Poll-money granted in parliament at Northampton 394

RABANUS Maurus writes not of Popes

47
Rabertus, see Paschasius. .
Raemondus, see Florimondus.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Prerogative of Parliaments 304
Ranulfus Cestrensis, his mutilated MS.

43
Ravenna, Bishop of, on Pope Joan

55
Reading, the birth place of Archbishop Laud 451, 468
Relation of accidents at Wydecombe

286
Relinguen, Lieutenant Colonel, his valour

190
Remonstrance on the boon to the Scots

486
Revenge, forerunner of

403
Rhegino's silence of Pope Joan no argument 55
Richard II. why deposed
Robert, Friar, on the stool of easement

17
Robinson, of Staffordshire, falsely arraigned 476
Roe, Sir Thomas, speech in parliament

456
Rolenink, Wernerus, on Pope Joan "E* 26, 27
Romans, danger of changing their government 487
Rome, Hell, &c. News from

387
for Canterbury

450
Rothwen, Governor of Edenburgh Castle

439
Rudolph I. Elector Palatine

159
II.

160
Rupert I. and II. Do.

ib.
Do.

161
Rupertus, English Bishop, or Grosthead

57, 38

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Seasons, best ones at Bath
Sedition, Solicitor, agreement with Lucifer
Sentence of Nicholas Anthoine
Sergius, Pope, did not charge his name
Servatus, Lupus, wrote no history
Shaving enjoined by the Pope's Canons
Shetħeid, Lady, on Leicester's dealings
Shelley, Judge, conference with Wolsey
Shepherd's dying song
Shrewsbury, Earl of, Leicester's dealings with
Sigebert, on the original of his history
Silver and gold, whether decreased
Silvius, Æneas, spiteful against Hussites
Simiers, Mons. intended to be poisoned
Sixtus Quintus, a mistake about him
Smith, Bishop or Lincoln's death
Snow, Mrs Susannab, of Pirford, account of
Soldier's will, in verse
Song on Sir John Suckling
Speech of Dr. Bastwicke on the pillory

Mr. Prynne, on the Fillory

Mr. Burton on the Pillory
Spiritual courts epitomised
Sports, King's declararation on
Spring, wliether seasonable at Bath
Starch, when brought into England
Star-chamber, proceedings in
Strabus wrote no history
Strangury, how far Bath waters beneficial
Strafford, Earl of, compared with Machiavel

attainder by parliament
his character
on having counsel
writes to admit the Soots

led to execution
Suckling, Sir John, Song on
Suffolk, Duke of, insults the cardinals
Sussex, Earl of, Leicester's treachery to
Sweden, King of, prepares for battle

his courage
his character

Success of his valour
Sylla and Marius, civil wars of
Synesius, his sentiments on Athens, perverted

541
293

478
41, 90

4.56

24

475
16, 17

496
416
437
431
299
230
213
419
201
117
219
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475
187
189

WALSTEIN defeated by Swedish troops

183
Waltham Forest, lecture in it

177
Waltram, Bishop, on the emperor's investiture 57
Wanton, conversion of one into a modest matron 959
War with Spain, thoughts on

132
Watch-word to wanton maydens

255
Weather, Heathen gods on it

329
Weimer, see Saxe.
Welch, Sir Walter, ordered to arrest Wolsey

549
Whore, how she catched a foyst

246
Will of an English soldier

437
Windebank, agent of Archbishop Laud

452
Winnington, the birth-place of Old Parr

206
Witnesses to agreeinent with Lucifer

396
Witney, George, on Woodstock manor

476
Wolsey and Laud, parallel of

462
set in the stocks

464
-, Cardinal, his negociation and life

490
revenge on Sir J. Pawler ib.
appointed King's Chaplain

491
bis quick amba sage to Emperor

ib.
made Dean of Lincoln and Almoner

493
Bishop of Tournay

495
Lincoln, and Archbishop
of York

496
Cardinal and Lord Chancellor

il.
his house and chapel, &e.

second ambassage to Emperor 499
procession to Westminster-Hall

500
pompous ambassage to France

510
interview with the French , King
is slighted at Court

535
deprived of the Chancery seals

538
stated to have poisoned hinself

553
arrives at Leicester-Abbey

• 554
dies there

557
Woman's Tongue, anatomy of

267
Womea on living in man's apparel, &c.

73, 74
lewd ones exceed men in villany
Woodstock tranor, on George Witney's treatment, 476
Writers, their mistakes in chronology

64
Wydecombe, on accidents by Laghtning chere 296
farther accounts front

290

197

199
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TARASIUS, his epistle to Adrian
Taylor, John, his life of Thomas Parr
Textor, Ravisius, on Pope Joan
Theeves falling out
Theft charged on the Earl of Leicester
Thorpe, Judge, guilty of Treason
Throgmorton, Sir John, Leicester's tyranny to
Throgmorton, Sir Nicholas, poisoned
Tobacco, when first brought into England
Tongue, Anatomy of a Woman's
how a medicine

poison
serpent
fire

thunder
Tournay besieged and taken
Tower, Lieutenant of, suffers on Tower-Hill

Laud's prayer upon it
Church, clerk's selection of, psalms
Trade, whether stable or contingent
Treason a discussion on

cases of stated
Trithemius, testimony of Bergomensis

witnessing Paul 11'$ cruelty
Tryal of Nicholas Anthoine
Turwine in France, besieged and taken

97

204
23, 43

239
479
487
476
474

218
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269
270
271
272
273
495
453
ib.

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YELDER, Rev. Mr. Visit to Susanna Snow
York, Archbishop of, address to on Pope Joan

petition of Lords to the King there
and Lancaster, occasion of their dispute
House, how surrendered to the King
Cardinal Wolsey's Journey thither

458

342

471

546

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