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Displeasure slight, its effects, i. 164.
cascs our author is resolved to prosccutc offences herein,
682, dccrcc of the star-chamber relating to them, 6S,
685, a letter against thoni, ii. 90.
duct condemned in several particulars, 350, their prcach- thcrcof, ib. Dulcoration of salt water, 187.
Dungs of bcasts to enrich grounds, i. 149, which of them
the best, ib.
Dust maketh trees fruitful, as vincs, &c. i. 156.
Dutch, proposal of hindering their going out of the king.
dom, i. 330, account of the proceedings against them,
Dutch, not to be abandoned for our safety, nor kept for our
Dutch merchants prosecuted for esporting gold and silver
Dutchman, his project for making gold, i. 121.
Dutchy of Lancaster, i. 512.
Duty of a privy counsellor, i. 514.
Dwarf-oak, or holly-oak, in Cephalonia, i. 188
thrown at him communicates a choleric quality to the Dyer, Sir Edward, i. 320, ii. 198.
them, ii. 57, letter to king James against this company,
59, advice to the king about them, 05.
be picked in yawning, 158.
Ears wax red in blushing, i. 186.
Earth and sand differ, i. 82. Earth “primum frigidum,"
to be used therein, ib. several instances thereof, i.
Earth taken out of the vaults will put forth herbs, 146,
shady and watery woods will put forth, ib. Earth upon
earth a good compost, 149. Earths good and bad, 156,
83, of lands under water would make excellent pasture, dicinal, 162. Earth taken near the river Nilus, said to
increase in weight till the river comes to its height, 167,
West Indies, i. 538, burns, sinks, and carries off ten fullest smell of all, 193, fruitful, 212.
thousand ton of their great shipping, 538, his death, 541. Ebbing and flowing of the sea, the cause of it, according to
Galilæus, i. 174, by Apollonius called the respiration of
Echoes, a repercussion only, i. 102. Echo of an echa,
wherein it differs from clarification, ib. degrces of ma- where found, ib. the differences between the concurrent
echoes move in the same angle with the original sounds,
Echoes returning many words, ib. Echo upon echo, ih.
Echo will not return the letter S, when it begins a worl,
for voluntary motion, ib. imagine false things as to the resemble the ear, ib. and have a resemblance of hearing,
Edgar made a collection of the laws of England, i. 672
Edgecomb, Sir Richard, comptroller of the king's house,
i, 123, mixture of dry things prohibits putrefaction, 124. Edible flesh, and not edible, i. 184, the causes of each, ib.
Bacon to his niece for a husband, i. 189.
Edward I. commended for his excellent laws, i. 544, bis de
our laws, 680, the danger and mischief of them, 679, votary of a Saracen prince treacherously, 694, his an-
Elizabeth, princess, eldest daughter of king James, some
the duke of Gloucester, 732, his interview and treaty of Ellesmere, lord chancellor, i. 330.
Francis Bacon concerning the lord chief justice Coke,
Sir Edward's answers, 268, his letter to king James
about that matter, ib. dies, 184 note .
Embalming of dead bodies, i. 123.
Ember-weeks, how observed formerly, i. 357.
used, ib. yolk conduceth more to the nourishment, white Emmanuel Comnenus poisoned the water when the chris.
Empedocles the Sicilian, his love of solitude, i. 281.
subsidy, i. 749, flies to lady Margaret into Flanders, ib. ralization fit for empire, 285, what most importeth em.
Empsom, the son of a sieve-maker, i. 786, his method of
extortion in conjunction with Dudley, ib. his book of
duty, i. 520.
Enclosures, when frequent, and how guarded against, i.
in a juggler's tricks, ib. three means by which it must be
her second husband John de la Pool, duke of Suffolk, England, arguments to prove that it is not well enough
peopled, i. 463, it was never severed after it was united,
in the nunnery of Bermondsey, 737, forfeits all her lands 467, the external points wherein it stands separated and
ib. in great danger from Spain, 442, an inquiry into its
Henry VII. ib. repairs to London, by direction, to the it compared with others abroad, 381, concerning its
land and France, 390, account of its proceedings with
the Romish church, i. 687, her conduct commended, 441, queen Mary's death, with their answer, ib. is ill used by
Entry, a particular case how property in lands may be
ed to release the four evangelists, being prisoners, 310, Envious and froward men not like dogs licking the sores,
for him by Mr. Francis Bacon, 154, his letter to Mr.
Bacon, 141, his letter to him about speaking to queea
Elizabeth in his behalf, 143, his two letters to Mr. Bacon,
144, 145, his letter about a meeting with him, 146, bis
letter to him before his expedition to Cadiz, 153.
Estates for years, how made, i. 581. See Leases.
bastardy, and by attainder of felony or treason, i. 577, them, 606.
famine, i. 319.
Ethics, i. 46, 56.
Evergreens, their cause, i. 148.
Evil, the best condition is not to will, the next not to can,
i. 311, 312, made twenty-four knights at the succour of Euphrates, the philosopher, i. 326.
Europe, state of in 1580, i. 364.
gives Bacon an estate, ib. Sir Francis Bacon's advice i. 387.
nerve, recovered sight, 130. Eyes, why both move one
Ferdinand duke of Florence, his character, ii. 43 note *.
Ferdinando king of Naples, a bastard-slip of Arragon, i.
754, how he was supported by Henry VII. 760, his
Ferdinando of Spain, his conjunction with Maximilian, i.
quest of Granada, 758, recovers Russignion and Perpig-
nan from the French, 760, sends Hialas, by some called
govern by them low policy, ib. when one is extinguished, Arthur and Catharine, ib.
Ferrera, plots with Lopez to poison queen Elizabeth, i. 400,
is discovered and committed to prison, 401.
Fibrous bodies, i. 181, 182.
ing life, i. 184.
Fig tree improved by cutting off the top, i. 135.
Figs in the spring, i. 134. Indian fig taketh root from its
i. 329, like a river bearing up light things and sinking beans, ib.
Figurable and not figurable, plebeian notions, i. 182.
sion said to be daughter of the earth, 309, how to dis- Figures, or tropes in music, have an agreement with the
Filum Medicinale, i. 91.
and Scotland, i. 458.
Fine, what it is, i. 583, how conveyances are made this
tions issued in the common pleas, or else any one loses
his right herein for ever, ib. some exceptions to this, ib.
Fines for alienations of the greatest antiquity, i. 590, of
several kinds, ib.
great princes, even the wisest, have had their favourites, Fire and time work the same effects, i. 117, preserve bo-
eruptions of then out of plains, 126. Fire and air forc-
Fire of diseases how to be put out, i. 198, to be extinguish-
i. 89. Fear, the impressions thereof, 163, 195, paleness, Firmarius, the derivation and force of this word, i. 618.
Shell-fish, some have male and female,
some not, 186.
colour of them may be changed, 96, age changeth them, Fitz-Gerard, Thomas, earl of Kildare, and deputy of Ire-
land, proclaims Simnel, the counterfeit Plantagenet, i.
Lincoln and lord Lovel, 740, slain in battle near Newark,
lord Fitz-Walter, apprehended, 765, convicted and con-
keeper to escape, ib.
not so if by a man drunk, i. 555, cases in the statute re- Fixation of bodies, i. 175.
96, experiments about its duration, 126, et seq. taketh
and male in several living creatures, 183, the causes easy to move than air, 177. Flame causeth water to
rise, 188. Flame, the continuance of it according to
flame, 127, lasting thereof in candles of several mixtures,
ib. of several wicks, ib. in candles laid in bran, ib. in.lamps, Fountains, with regard to the beauty and refreshment in
Fowlys, Sir David, some account of him, ii. 26 note ..
to rebel against the subsidy, i. 773, is taken and exe- 735, made lord privy-seal, and successively bishop of
Bath and Wells, Durbam, Winchester, ib. sent op em-
they are spoken, i. 308, no such Aatterer as a man's missioners of trade, 772, his great diligence in opposing
instrument of the marriage between the lady Margaret
Charles prince of Castile and Mary second daughter of
France, its flourishing state, i. 742. Vide Charles VIII.
Windsor, made between Henry VII. and Philip king of his religion, 442, its afflicted condition, 381.
the direction of the duke of Orleans, i. 744, his death
into fat, 158. Flesh edible and not edible, 184, the Francis I. i. 314, his noble nature, 320.
Franckalmoigne, a sort of tenure, i. 624, its origin and dig.
Frauds, how to be punished, i. 676.
be managed after the union of England and Scotland, 459.
Freeholders of some manors do hold by suit of court, 1. 579.
enlarge flowers, and increase their odours, 133 et seq. French king's titles how they rival the emperor's, i. 257.
Friends ought not to be forgiven, according to Cosmus
duke of Florence, i. 264, the world a wilderness without
a false friend more dangerous than an open enemy, 509.
Friendship, i. 281.
VII. i. 762, gained by lady Margaret, ib. deserts Perkin,
longer than the wings, ib. their several denominations, ib. Frogs in excess, why a sign of a pestilential year, i. 166,
the fable of the frogs in a drought, 256.
thereof, ib. the dulcoration thereof by other means, 184.
Fruit pricked as it groweth ripens sooner, 131
made fairer by plucking off some blossoms, ib. Fruit
rated by applying of swine's dung, 136, also by chaff and
a pot, as it groweth, ib. Fruits compound, 137. Fruits
shapes and figures, ib. Fruits with inscriptions upon
them, ib. Fruits that are red within, 141. Fruits
stone, 142. Trees with and without flowers and fruits,
and unfit for drink, 153. Fruits sweet before they be
hurt by south winds, 156.
Full of the moon, several effects of it, i. 188, 189, trials for
Fullerton, Sir James, letter to him from the lord keeper
Bacon, ii. 200.
dence and reputation the daughters of Fortune, ib. Fumitory, a preservative against the spleen, i. 159.
GABATO, Sebastian, a native of Venice living at Bristol.