Elizabethan and Jacobean Studies

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INDEX
Addison, Joseph, on historians, 231; A Letter from Italy, 190 n.
Addict of a loving Sonne to his aged Father, The dutifull, 203-5.
Agostini, Nicolo delli, continuation of Boiardo's Orlando Innamorata, 182.
Alexander the Great, the Prose Life of, 22.
Alford, Henry, editor of Donne's Sermons, 310, 316 f.
Alfred, King, 105.
Amyot, translation of Plutarch, 188 & n.
Anselm, St., 188.
Archer, William, opinions on Elizabethan drama, 167-8.
Ariosto, Ludovico, 184; Orlando Furioso, 43.
Arnold, Matthew, 76.
Ashley, Robert, 17.
Ashton, Abdie, Essex's chaplain, 221, 223, 226.
Astley, John (1) master of the Queen's jewel-house, 39, 40.
Astley, John (2) 36 f.
Aucassin et Nicolette, 104.
Augustodunensis, Honorius, De Imagine Mundi, 188.
Ansonius, imitated by Ronsard, 142.
Austen, Henry, 312.
Avignon, 126.
Babington, Anthony, 10.
Bacon, Sir Francis, 55, 66; Hume on, 248; Henry VII, 249; Natural History, quoted, 299-300.
Baldwin, T. W., 66 n., 77, 84 n.
Baldwin, William, editor of Mirror for Magistrates, 2, 3, 14, 15.
Barclay, John, 189 and n.
Barker, Edmund H., 312.
Barrett, Elizabeth, 324.
Barrie, J. M., 331-4.
Bartholomew, St., massacre, 9.
Bellerophon, fall of, 173 f.,194, 195.
Bellew, J. C. M., Poets' Corner, 322.
Bembo, Pietro, Gli Asolani, 294.
Bennett, Joan, on 'The Ecstasy', 281-2.
Bentley, G. E., Jacobean and Caroline Stage, 60.
Bergner, Elizabeth, 331.
Berni, Francisco, Caccia d'Amore, 104.
Betussi, Giuseppe, Della Gentologia degli dei di Giovanni Boccaccio, Elucidario, 187.
Beverley, Peter, Historie of Ariodanto and Ieneura, 43.
Bevis of Hampton, 18, 19, 21.
Bible, Authorized Version, 248; Genesis, 204; Ecclesiasticus, Proverbs, 210.
Bion, Lament for Adonis, 101.
Blair, Hugh, Lecture on Rhetoric, 234-5.
Blenerhasset, Thomas, his additions to the Mirror, 6-7.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 186, 190-1, 196; Teseida, 180-2; De Genealogia Deorum, 185, 187.
Boiardo, Matteo Maria, Orlando Innamorata, 55, 173, 182-3.
Boileau, Nicolas, 179.
Bond of Association, to defend Queen Elizabeth, 219-20.
Bond, Scottish, 220, 225-6; text of, 228- 30.
Book of Poets (? 1841), 316-17.
Boswell, James, 311.
Boswell, James, son of above, 153.
Bretnor, Thomas, 250 f.; 'Evill Days', 260-8; 'Good Days', 268-76.
Brinkley, Roberta, Coleridge and the 17th Century, 311 n.
Bristol, John Digby, 1st Earl of, ambassador to Spain, 244.
Brogden, James, Illustrations of Liturgy and Ritual, 317.
Brooke, Arthur, Tragical Historye of Romeus and Juliet, 96-97.
Brooke, Henry, 8th Baron Cobham, 212, 214.
Brown, P. Hume, History of Scotland, 240 n.
Brown, Dr. Samuel, 319.
Browning, Robert, 307; My last Duchess, 326; Letters, 324 f.
Brownists, 247.
Bruno, Giordano, 106.
Buckingham, George Villiers, 1st Duke of, 243-4.
Burghley, Lord, William Cecil, 36, 37, 40; Certain Precepts etc., 211.
Burnell, George, of Staple Inn, 38 f.
Burton, Barbara, 45, 47.
Burton, Robert, Anatomy of Melancholy, 187.
Butler, Samuel, 179.
Byrd, William, 43, 153, 162.
Cabala, 244.
Cade, Jack, 16.
Calderon, El Médico de su honra, 170.

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