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For an explanation of this index, and to find indices for the other novels, see the entry for the Companion.

Note: Most character names, and other entries for which the Companion does not specify a chapter, appear at the top of the table. The remaining entries are arranged in order by chapter.



(“OG” = “Opening Gambit”)


Beaton, Janet

See Companion Vol. I

Berwick

See Companion Vol. I

Caxton, William

See Companion Vol. I

Culter

See Companion Vol. II

disfigurement

See Companion Vol. I

Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Angus

See Companion Vol. I

Douglas, Margaret

See Companion Vol. I, "Lennox, Margaret"

Douglas, Sir George of Pittendriech

See Companion Vol. I

Dudley, John, Earl of Warwick

See Companion Vol. I, "Warwick, John Dudley, Earl of"

Edward VI, King of England

See Companion Vol. I

Erskine, Thomas

See Companion Vol. I

Fleming family

See Companion Vol. II

Fleming, Jenny

See Companion Vol. I

Game and Playe of Chesse, The

See Companion Vol. I

Grey, Sir William, Baron Grey of Wilton

See Companion Vol. I

Guise, Mary de

See Companion Vol. I

Hamilton, James, Earl of Arran

See Companion Vol. I, "Arran, James Hamilton, Earl of"

Herries, Agnes

See Companion Vol. I, "Maxwell, John"

James V, King of Scotland

See Companion Vol. I

Mary, Queen of Scots

See Companion Vol. I

Maxwell, John

See Companion Vol. I

Menteith, Lake of

See Companion Vol. II, "Geese fishing with"

Nor' Loch

See Companion Vol. II

Palmer, Sir Thomas

See Companion Vol. I

parrots

See Companion Vol. II

Paul III, Pope

See Companion Vol. I

philosopher's stone

See Companion Vol. I

priors and priories

See Companion Vol. II, "Monasteries and nunneries"

Red Douglases

See Companion Vol. II

Scott, Sir Walter, (Baron/Lord? of) Buccleuch

See Companion Vol. I, "Buccleuch, Sir Walter Scott"

Stewart, Matthew, Earl of Lennox

See Companion Vol. I, "Lennox, Matthew"

Tennant, Mungo

See Companion Vol. I

victory, a great national

See Companion Vol. II, "Flodden"

Wharton, Thomas, First Baron

See Companion Vol. I

?

bale-fires

See Companion Vol. II

?

Beaton, David, Cardinal

See Companion Vol. I, "Wishart, George"

?

Brother, whi art thou so to me in ire?

See Companion Vol. I

?

Home / Hume family

See Companion Vol. II

?

Io son mercatante e non filosofo

See Companion Vol. II

?

Maryculter

See Companion Vol. II, "Culter"

?

Melrose Abbey

See Companion Vol. II

?

monasteries and nunneries

See Companion Vol. II

OG

Angra-Mainyo

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Attic

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Bruslez, noyez, pendez, ompallez

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Charybdis

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Choose the trussell or the pile

See Companion Vol. II

OG

De los álamos vengo

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Don't linger, I pray you cuckoo

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Edinburgh

See Companion Vol. I, p. 176 (illus.), and Vol. II

OG

First of ye chekker sall be mecioune maide

See Companion Vol. I

OG

God hath a thousand handes to chastise

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Golden Ass

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Heliogabalus

See Companion Vol. I

OG

His mind is on fleshly lusts and his treasure

See Companion Vol. II

OG

May dew or none, my brown and tender diamonds don't engender, they dissolve

See Companion Vol. II

OG

Milo

See Companion Vol. I

OG

mouldiewarp

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Nouvelle amour, nouvelle affection, nouvelles fleurs parmi l'herbe nouvelle

See Companion Vol. I

OG

O mea celle, vale

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Oimè el cor, oimè la testa

See Companion Vol. I

OG

olla podrida

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Qu'es casado el Rey Ricardo

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Red wise, Brown trusty

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Scylla

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Telemachus

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Wishart, George

See Companion Vol. I

OG

Zoroaster

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

A silken tongue, a heart of cruelty

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Attila

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Boot, The

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Changeons propos, c'est trop chanté d'amours

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

fate plus mal que morte

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

fate plus mal que morte

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 1

flors de biauté

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

frae vulgar prose to flowand Latin

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 1

Gif thou should sing well ever in thy life

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

I bring, lover, I bring the news glad

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

I have peper and piones, and a pound of garlik

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

I'll trip upon trenchers; I'll dance upon dishes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Lydgate, John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Manhood but prudence is a fury blind

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 1

Midas

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Mohacs

See Companion Vol. II, "Mathias Corvinus"

Pt 1, Ch 1

Nero

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

O wow' quo' he, were I as free

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Paracelsus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Peg-a-Ramsay, little

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Pyrrha

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Quicquid libet, licet

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Si mundus vult decipi, decipiatur

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Sordidi Dei

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Sweet rose of virtue and of gentleness

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

syphilis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

This officer but doubt is callit Deid

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Torquemada

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Un freet den Vogel fedderlos

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 1

Volavit volucer sine plumis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Calypso

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Deceit deceiveth and shall be deceived

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 2

Disdain me not without desert

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 2

En mai au douz tens nouvel

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

happier than Augustus, better than Trajan

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Ho Ho: say you so; Money shall make my mare to go

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

I am as I am, and so I will be

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 2

I am but one mad man that thou hast here met

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Li rosignox est mon père, qui chante sur le ramée

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Mandeville, Sir John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

O Dermyne, O Donnall, O Dochardy droch

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Sang School

See Companion Vol. II, "Collegiate churches"

Pt 1, Ch 2

Se'l ser un si, scrivero'n rima; Se'l ser un no amici come prima

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Socrates

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

The Frogge would a wooing ride

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Vitus, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Without pitie, hangèd to be

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 2

Words is but wind, but dunts is the devil

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

Comment le saluroye, quant point ne le cognais

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

considerably more than doth the nightingale

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 3

Crowing like the cocks of Cramond

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 3

crying with the coronoch on high

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

fortunae telum, non culpae

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

I can say naught but Hoy gee ho!

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 3

Milanese armour

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 4

Romans Idylliques

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Abraham

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

And he took out his little knife

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Aunque manso tu sabuesso, no le muerdas en el beco

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Ay ay dios. Y cuando

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

crocodiles of Arsinoë

erratum: see index for Queens’ Play Pt 1, Ch 5

Pt 1, Ch 5

defecto de boca ... quiere decir "ideal"

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

en seguida

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

He sido mortificado, insultado - hombre - me hecho hazmerreír - Mírame!

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Le douzièm' mois de l'an Que donner à ma mie

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Madre Dios! Caballeros, su ayuda, su venganza! Ladrones!

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Mas veen quatro ojos que no dos

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Of wyne and wax, of gamyn and gle

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Pero - como asi?

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Que pasa ...?

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Rex Nemorensis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Ruin señor cria ruin servidor

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Sawest not you my oxen ...

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Sic peril lies in paramours

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 5

Un hidalgo no debe a otro que a Dios, y al Rei nada

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 5

Wally Gowdy

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 6

Arion

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 6

Je suis oiseau; voyez mes ailes ... Je suis souris; vivent les rats

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 6

O Dowglass, O Dowglass, Tender and Trewe!

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 6

Olwen's trefoils

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 7

Because it spouts sweet venom in their ears ...

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 7

betise

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 7

C'est ne pas tout de boire; il faut sortir d'ici

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

Cyclops

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

hurley-hackit

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 1, Ch 7

Lee penny

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

Li jalous Envious de cor rous

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

Medusa

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

Old Man of the Mountains

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

Saturnalia

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

senex bis puer

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 1, Ch 7

wapenshaw

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Alexander the Great

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Cacodemon

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

common woman, that dwells there to receive men to folly, a

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Dronken, dronken, y-dronken

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Fynnart, Jimme of

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 1

Of Cat, nor Fall, nor trap I haif nae Dreid

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Paestum

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Quoi! Ce n'est pas encore beaucoup d'avoir de mon gosier retiré vostre cou?

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 1

Ring the bell backwards

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Stentor

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 1

Th'erratic starres heark'ning harmony

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 1

These serpents slay men, and they eat them weeping

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 2

Aeolian music

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Agrippa's dog

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 2

Buridan's Ass

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

chaunticleer

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

fide et diffide

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Men on Pytan live by the smell of wild apples

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 2

Mercury

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Messalina

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Morales

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 2

My bird Willie, my boy Willie

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Pan

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Pia Mater

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 2

Rosa das rosas, et fror das frores

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

Sir, what say ye? Sing on, let us see

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 2

You have come until the grisly land of mirknes

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 3

baker of Ferrara

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 3

Camelopard

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 3

Ce n'est rien: c'est une femme qui se noie

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 3

Here maun I lie, here maun I die

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 3

In aurum coruscante et crispante capillo

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 2, Ch 3

It is another disease that grieveth me

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 3

To horse, to horse, my royal liege

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 2, Ch 3

Tohorsh, tohorsh, maroyaleesh

See Companion Vol. II, "To horse, to horse, my royal liege"

Pt 3, Ch 2

Buke of the Howlat

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Chargé d'ans et pleurant son antique provesse

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Clatter like the Archbishop's conscience

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

I am thi master: will thou fight?

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Krishna

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Out alas! Now goeth away my prisoners and all my prey.

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Petroneus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

Pluto

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

sin-eaters

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 2

The cyrgyens ought also to be debonayr, amyable and to have pytye of their pacyents

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 2

Triduana, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

A thief in the night

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Epaminondas

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Hephaestus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

O row my lady in satin and silk

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Ophites

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Ophites, serpent of the

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 3

Peely-whatsit on Ossy-whatsit

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 3

Prior exiit, prior intravit

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Pythia

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Royster-Doister, visiting the Castle of Perseverance

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Scott, Michael

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Sir Guy

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 3, Ch 3

Skelton, John

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 3

Suivez François

See Companion Vol. I, "Soyez hardis, en joye mis"

Pt 3, Ch 3

Sweet Cicely

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Colossus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Cry peip! where ever thou be!

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

gib cat

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Glaucus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

gold-wire dentistry

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

He and the King of Naverne Were fair feared in the fern

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Heliades

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Manerly Margery, Mylk, and Ale

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Momus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

My joy, cry peip! where ever thou be!

See Companion Vol. I, "Cry peip! where ever thou be!

Pt 3, Ch 4

Nay, not so. I am too brittle; I may not endure

See Companion Vol. II, "It is another disease that grieveth me"

Pt 3, Ch 4

Nemesis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Now in dry, now in wete

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Orpheus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 3, Ch 4

Polycarp

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

A woman is a worthy thing; they do the wash and do the wring

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 1

Asmodeus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Bob me on the noll

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

cryand with many a piteous peep

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Cyrus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Dante's devils

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Della Robbia, Luca

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Greek fire

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Hanno

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Hosea's wife

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Initium sapientiae est timor Domini

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Macarius

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

manus loquacissimae

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 1

Of Paradise ne can I not speak properly, for I am not there

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 1

Panter, David, Bishop of Ross

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Peine Forte et Dure

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Philemon and Baucis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Prophète de malheur, babillarde

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Rudel, sicker than

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

singing ut to Johannes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Sisyphus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

squirrel, the little, full of business

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Strike on, strike on Glasgèrion

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

The Scot, the Frencheman, the Pope and heresie

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

The sliding joy, the gladness short

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 1

Tibet

See Companion Vol. I, "Sew Tibet, knit Annot and spin Margerie"

Pt 4, Ch 1

Ye leid, ye leid, ye filthy nurse

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

A Dead Sea apple

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

And al was conscience and tendre herte

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Anthony, St

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

beaver, self-defence of

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Chronos

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

corbie and doo on the ane twig

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

do-to the book; quench the candle; ring the bell

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

Eh bien, dansez maintenant

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

glossa interlinearis

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

harpsichord

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

He's twice the size of common men

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Hippocrenes

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

I was to be driven into the nets since, unlike the beaver ...

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Io son fatta da Dio, sua merce, tale ...

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

It was the Frogge on the wall

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

I've been a joyless jeweller

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Jouissance vous donneray

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

L'homme armé

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

Melpomene

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

music make[s] men mad

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Music to sound in a high tower ... So merrily that it was a joy for to hear, and no man should see the craft thereof

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 2

Paris

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

Qu'on lui ferme la porte au nez, il reviendra par les fenêtres

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

rebec

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

tetragrammaton

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

Where Dickie our Drake ... takes the frog

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 2

Zenobia

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

And bathe my son in morning milk

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Avicenna

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Bury me at Leibethra, where the nightingale sings

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

clearing nut

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Come my friend, my brother most enteere

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Demeter

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Happy are the cicadas' lives

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Hic turtur gemit

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

in articulo mortis

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 3

Nay brother, I wyll not daunce

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Osiris

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Quant compaignons s'en vont juer

See Companion Vol. II

Pt 4, Ch 3

Silvanus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Strabo, cross-eyed as

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

Udall, Nicholas

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 3

vice [voce] mea viva depello cuncta novica [nociva]

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

flamens

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Gehenna, lip of

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Lindsay, Sir David

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

non minime ex parte

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Pelops

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Quod purpura no potest, saccus potest

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Quum [cum] infirmi sumus, optimi sumus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Sew Tibet, knit Annot and spin Margerie

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Sine lucro friget ludus

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

There was an Ewe had three lambs

See Companion Vol. I

Pt 4, Ch 4

Three Estates, Ane Satire of the

See Companion Vol. I

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