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Possibilities and impossibilities, i. ' Prosperity, iii. 226
224, 225

Psamneticus King of Egypt, i. 6
Policy, i. 280

Psalmes, i. 440
Policy Ecclesiasticall, i. 225, 226 Publius Crassus, i. 63
Postes, ii. 508

Publius Sulpitius Galba, i. 253
Pompea Paulina Senecas wife, ii. Publike benefits, ii. 100
599

Pusillanimity in Alexander, ii. 8
Powtings of Authority, ii. 106, etc.; Punishment doth not
iii. 204

vertue, ii. 419
Popular agreements, iii. 244 Purgations, ii. 628
Promises, iii. 256

Publike and private respects, iii.
Possidonius the Philosopher, i. 329

325, 326
Poverty, i. 340, etc.

Pythagoras, i. 39; ii. 148
Pride feeles no paine, i. 336
Privities, i. 340; iii. 97

UEENE MARGARET of
Prejudice, ii. 252

.
Principles, ii. 306

Queene Isabel of England, i. 278
Princes and peasants, ii. 208

Quarrels, iii. 334
Princes, iii. 258 ; vide Kings

Quaksalvers vide Empericks
Precepts of generall institution, i. Quaffing vide Drunkennesse
183, etc.

Questions, i. 435
Prayer, i. 276, 435, etc.; iii. 369 Quintus fabius, i. 421
Private life vide Retire

Quintus Fulvius Flaccus, i. 404
Private and publike life require Quintilian, i. 202 ; iii. 68

differing sufficiencies, iii. 298 Quotation of Authors, i. 168, 169
Preferment, ii. 462
Prerogatives of honour, ii. 70, etc.

R:

ACKING, ii. 53
Practise vide Exercise

Raimound Sebond, ii. 151
Presumption, ii. 166, 276

Ravens, ii. 189
Prescience, ii. 528

Rariety, ii. 415
Private Actions, iii. 27

Revenge, i. 23, 263; ii. 524
Praise vide Commendation

Repetitions, i. 38
Praise and dispraise, iii. 80

Religious impostures, i. 117
Printing, iii. 170

Religion, i. 117, 271, 326 ; ii. 159,
Prisons, iii. 412

etc., 271
Preparation, iii. 251

Reason blinded by custome, i. 124
Precedency, iii. 279

Reason the best authority, i. 178,
Promises, i. 32

179
Probabilities vide Likelihoods Reason in bruit creatures, ii. 173,
Prognostications, i. 45, etc.; ii. 199,
475

Reason, i. 305 ; ii. 160, 225, 308
Prodigality, i. 343, etc.

Recreation, i. 202 ; iii. 74
Providence according to the world, Rhetoricke, i. 206, 207, 208
ii. 462

Rhetoricians, i. 419
Proportion and colour, ii. 219 Reports, i. 223; iii. 346
Provocation, i. 386

Reputation, i. 266 ; vide Glory
Provisions for warre, i. 402

Retire, i. 274, 298, etc., 391 ; ii. 87
Progenitors vide Ancestors

Retaliation, i. 276, 277
Prophanation of holy things, i. 448 Reproaches, i. 389 ; iii. 278
Providence in bruit Creatures, ii. Repasts, i. 410
180

Re apence vide Reward
Profit, iii. I, etc.

Resignation of estates, ii. 86
Proofés, iii. 44

Reading, ii. 112

etc.

31

Readers, iii, 302

Selfe opinion, i. 287, etc.; i. 69
Rewards, ii. 70

Selfe losse, i. 302, etc.
Remora, ii. 197

Selfe murtherers, ii. 408
Resemblance, ii. 221, 615

Selfe being not knowne to our
Representations of the Godhead, selves, ii. 304 ; iii. 24
ii. 281

Selfe study, ii. 65; ii. 488 ; ii. 312
Registers, ii. 356, etc.

Selfe praises, iïi. 191
Repentance and Repenting, iii. 21, Selfe examples best, iii. 420, etc.

Selfe care and selfe dependance,
Reformation, iii. 191

i

iii. 258, 259
Reproofe, iii. 170, 203

Seleucus, i. 360
Rimers, i. 209

Sensuality worse then paine, ii. 24
Riming makes not a poem, i. 209 Seneca, ii. 117, 599
Riches and Rich men, i. 153, 154, Seconds in dueils, ii. 525
340, etc.; ii. 71

Sea sickenesse, iii. 155
Ridiculousnesse is all our actions, Shame, i. 88
i. 419

Shaddowes, iii. 129
Ridiculous devises, i. 428

Sickenesse and sicke men, i. 86, 87;
Rigor in parents, ii. 81

ii. 625, etc.; iii. 274, 433
Rigour vide Cruelty

Sickenesse lesse painefull then it
Romanes, i. 22

seemeth, i. 86
Romane greatnesse, ii. 515

Sickenesse counterfeit, ii. 322
Rome, iii. 246, 303, etc.

Sickenesse of the minde, iii. 60
Rogues, iii. 428

Singularity, i. 22
Roialty vide Soveraignty

Sinne, i. 438
Rule vide Soveraignty

Simplicity, ii, 241, etc., 452, etc.
Running horses, iii. 357

Silence exasperates anger, ij. 557

Sincerity, iii. 3
ADNESSE vide Sorrow
SA

Sleepe and sleeping, i. 371; ï. 392;
Sacrifices, i. 251, 252

iii. 476
Salvage people which are, i. 253 Slavery vide Bondage
Satiety, i. 361 ; ii. 414

Smels, i. 203
Scanderbeg the Prince of Epirus, Sneesing, ii. 155
i. 2; ii. 589

Sorrow, i. 6, etc., 338
Scipio, i. 145 ; ii. 51

Socrates, i. 19, 129, 196; iii. 156,
Salust, ii. 452

359, 471
Schoolemaster vide Tutor

Souldiers, i. 28, 385
Meere Schollers, i. 151

Solon, i. 14, 69
Schooles vide Colledges

Sophistries, i. 193, 210
Science humane, ii. 385

Sophocles, i. 249
Sciences of old times, iii. 168 Songs and poetry among Bar-
Sciences, iii. 362

barians, i. 268, etc.
Scaevola, ii. 298

Solitarines, i. 298, etc.; ü, 46
Scaurus a fish, ii. 212

Soule, i. 332, 333 ; ii. 208, 302, 308,
Scriptures abused, i. 440

316, etc., 329, 399
Scriblers vide Writers

Soveraignty, i. 360, etc.; ii. 168,
Servants, i. 7 ; ii. 91 ; iii. 420

etc.
Severus Crassus, i. 43

Society not enjoyed by kings, i
Sense and the senses, i. 114; ii. 365
378, 379, etc., 386, etc.

Societies, iii. 39
Severity of Tutors, i. 201, 202 Society of faire and honest women,
Severity, i. 247

iii. 79
Secresies, i. 273 ; iii. 7

Societie of bookes, iii. 40

Speach and speaking, i. 42, 207, The Ternates their custome in
209, etc.; ii. 173, etc., 182, 450, Warre, i. 25
etc.

Theodor Trivultio, i. 14
Speucippus, i. 202

The Thracians, i. 24
Sports vide Exercises

Theophilus the Emperor, i. 66
Spirit, ii. 412 ; vide Soule

Thales, i. 94, 153
Spargapises, ii. 36

Thoughts, i. 129, 212
Spiders, ii. 191

Theory without practise, i. 151 ;
Spurina, ii. 570

ii. 120
Spanish cruelties, iii. 178

Tedious speaches, i, 208
Stoickes what they hold of pitie, Temperance, i. 246 ; iii. 36, 72, 76,

;
i. 2

147
Stocks, ii. 130

Theft, ii. 368, 369
Stoutnesse, i. 5; vide Boldnesse Temporall prosperity, i. 272
Stratagems, i. 24

Theologia naturalis, ii. 152
Stupidity, i. 182; ii. 234

Thrasilaus his fantasie, ii. 239
Studies of these times, ii. 480 Thumbs, ii. 520, etc.
Strictnesse vide Severity

Thirst, iii. 427
Strength of body, i. 266

Titus Lovius, i. 13; ii. 105
Stilphon, i. 302

Tigillinus, i. 78
Study of our selves, ii. 66, 488 ; Timmoleon, i, 297; iii. 16
iii. 312

Titles of bookes, i. 321
Steeds vide Horses

Timon, i. 418
Statius Proximus, ii. 36

Titles ridiculously plaied on men,
Stature, ii. 454

i. 423
Stone Chollicke, ii. 615 ; iii. 446 Time, ii. 400, etc., 546
Stagges, iii. 159

Tigers, iii. 159
States, iii. 220

Towre of Babell, ii. 326
Stoves, iii. 425

Torment vide Paine
Submission, i. 3 ; vide Humility Torquato Tasso, ii. 234
Superstition, i. 20, 250, 251

Toleration of divers religions, ii.
Suspition vide Distrust

377
Superscriptions of letters, i. 320, Treason and Traitors, i. 144 ; iii. 1,
321

10, 14
Subtilties, i. 427, etc.

Truth, i. 221 ; ii. 490
Sunne, ii. 298

Transmigration of soules, ii. 148,
Substances discerned by shadowes, 328
iii. 129

Trechery, iii. 1, 10, 11 ; vide Treason
Sumptuous shadowes vide Pageants Travell and Travellers, i. 180, 256;
Suffrance, iii. 439

iii. 229, 267, 268, 274, 286
Switzers wives, i. 334

Trifles beget greatest quarrells, iii.
Swallowes, ii. 199

334
Sympathy in customes, ii. 357 Treasure not to be lost, i. 302 ; iii.

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TACITUS vide Cornelius Tacitus
TA

Tunnis a fish, ii. 214
Taking and giving, iii. 260 Tullius Marcellinus, ii. 411
Taurea Jubellius, ii. 40

Tutors of Children, i. 175, etc., 195
Talva died for Joy, i. 10

etc.
Testaments, ii. 97; ii. 284
Terence, ii. 114

UNIT

NITY in true friendship, i.
Teares, ii, 143

239
Temptations, iii. 331

Uncertainety of our Judgement, i.
The Thebanes, i. 3

384; ii. 28
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Uncertainty vide Certainty

Voice, ii. 387; iii. 436
Unknowne things most desired, i. the Vulgar, ii. 431

426
Unworthinesse dishonours titles of WARRE, 1. 389 ; ii. 581; ii.

366
Understanding in bruite creatures, Warre anciently with deceits, i. 24,
ii. 172, etc.

etc.
Unknowne things are more in num- Want vide Poverty

ber then the knowne, iii. 170 Wantonnesse, iii. 108
Unnaturalnesse to our selves is Wavering vide Doubting
unseemly, iii. 128

Wagers in disputations, iii. 194
Use vide Custome

Weeping, i. 293 ; ii. 143
Usefull things are the best, ü. 226 Weapons vide Armes
Use of riches, i. 345

Wedlocke vide Marriage
Upbraydings, i. 387

West Indies, iii. 171, etc.
Upright stature, ii. 221

Wenches naked drew Coaches, iii.
Utterance,
i. 436

159

The Will, i. 104 ; iii. 291, 313
VALON

ALOUR, i. 266, 289 ; ii. 74 To Will only is in our power, i. 32
Vaineglory, i. 264

The Will rebellious, i. 104
Valuation vide Esteeme

Wives, i. 268, 269 ; ii. 90, 94, 131,
Vanity of words, i. 419

415,593 ; iii. 100, 111, 114, etc.
Vanity, ii. 483 ; iii. 223

Wisemen, i. 419; ii. 26, 243; ii.
Vaine devises vide Devises

146, 330
Vaunting, ii. 229, 230

Wisedome, ii. 118, 243, 292 ; iii. 47
Valentinianus, ii. 242

Wills and Testaments, iii. 284; avde
Varro, ii. 293, 298

Testaments
Variablenesse of man, ii. 333, 345 Wishes, ii. 362
Versifying, i, 254 ; vide Poesie Wit, ii. 477, 481; üi. 168
Vexations in every estate, i. 300 Witches, iii. 352
Vehemency in disputations not Witnesses in print, iii. 426
fitting, iii. 202

Womens Jealousies, iii, 115
Vespasianus, ii. 502

Women restrained, iii. 135
Venus, i. 429; iii. 50, 125

Womens Piety, i. 2, 3
Victory, i. 52, 266, 385

Woman changed into a man, i. 98,
Virtue, i. 73, etc., 196, 236, 289 ; ii.

;

etc.
7, 129, 418, 427, 538 ; iii, 27, 29, Woman, i. 161, 230, 334 ; ii. 375,
38, 109, 110

566; iii. 45, 89, 143, 151
Vice, i. 116; ii. 11 ; iii. 29

Womens affection, ii. 594, etc. ; ii.
Virgins, i. 118

152
Virginity vide Maidenhead

Women not uncapable of Poesie,
Vitellius, i. 387

iii. 46
Vices not equall, ii. 11

All Women are faire, iii. 50
Virgil, ii. 113, 605

Women that are crooked, iii. 356
Vicissitude, ii. 402

the World is our first booke, i.
Voluptuousnesse aymed at by 189
Vertue, i. 73

Wordmongers, i. 209, 210, 419, etc.;
Voluptuousnesse, i. 250, 274 ; iii. iii. 119
478

Words and meaning should agree,
Voluptuousnesse not to bee re- i. 212

jected but moderated, iii. 474 Words, ii. 375 ; iï. 66, 256
Vowes, i. 448

Worldly providence, i. 341 ; i.
Voluntary death, ii. 26

246

World, ii. 281, 312, etc., 354 ; iii. Xenocrates, ii. 268
180

Xenophon, ii. 268
Worthinesse of the minde, iii. 28
Worthinesse in few of this

YOUTHS losse greater then 481

age,
ii.

losse of life, i. 87 The Worthiest men, ii. 605

Youth judgeth as truely of things Wonders vide Miracles

as old Age, iii. 37 Writers, i. 168, etc. ; ii. 110, etc.; Youth, i. 201, 451, 452 iii. 224

Yeelding oft gets the victory, i. 52 Writing ex tempore, i, 319

the Yeares reformation, iii. 344 Wrenn, ii. 213 Wresting and writings and words, ZAMOL VIS, Xi: 277; 4200 ii. 376

Zeno, i. 4, 213; ii. 269, 387 Wrongs, ii. 387

Zenobia, i. 248

Zeleucus, i. 369
X
ERXES, i. 23 ; ii. 278
.

Zeale, ii. 160
Xenophanes, i. 50; ii. 269 Zisca his skin made into a drum, i.
Xeuxidamas, i. 206

15 Xantippus, i. 151

Zeroastres, ii. 440

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