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PAGE Wilyam Bulleyn on Boxyng and Neckeweede

240 Andrew Borde on Sleep, Rising, and Dress

244 William Vaughan's Fifteen Directions to preserve Health

249 The Dyet for erery Day (from Sir John Harington's Schoole of Salerne) 254 On Rising, Diet, and Going to Bed (from the same)

256 WYNKYN DE WORDE'S BOKE OP KERUYNGE (ed. 1513)..

261 (Contents thereof, inserted after p. 264; Notes thereon, p. 287.

Note on the first edition of 1508, p. cxxi.) The Booke of Demeanor (from the Schoole of Vertue by Richard Weste) 289 The BOKE OF CURTASYE (from the Sloane MS. 1986, ab. 1460 A.D.) 297

Contents thereof, inserted after Bp. Grossetest's Household Statutes (from the Sloane MS. 1986) 329 Stanzas and Couplets of Counsel (from the Rawlinson MS. C. 86)

332 THE SCHOOLE OF VERTUE BY F. SEAGER (A.D. 1557)

333 Whate-ever thow sey, avyse thee welle! ..

356 A Dogg Lardyner, & a Sowe Gardyner

353 Maxims in -ly

339 Roger Ascham's Advice to Lord Warwick's Servant

360 Notes to the Boke of Curtasye, &c.

363 POSTSCRIPT (added after the Index was printed). FFOR TO SERVE A LORD (see Preface to Russell, p. cvii.), with 4 Feste for a Bryde, p. 375

366 The Houshold Stuff occupied at the Lord Mayor's Feast, A.D. 1505 378 The Ordre of goyng or sittyng

381 Latin Graces

384 The Boris Hede furst

397 The Boar's Head

399 Symon's Lesson of Wysedome for all maner Chyldryn

399 The Birched School-Boy of about 1500 A.D.

103 The Song of the School-Boy at Christmas

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PART II. FRENCH AND LATIN POEMS.
La Maniere de se contenir a Table
Contenance de Table
S'ensuivent les Contenances de la Table
Prie Dieu pour les Trespassez
Autres Contenances de Table
Regime pour tous Serviteurs
Vt te geras ad Mersam (with englishing opposite)
Stans Puer ad Mensam (with englishing opposite)
Modus Cenandi (with englishing opposite)
Carnes bone. Volatilia sana. Pisces sani
Notes to Part II.
Index to both Parts (but not to the Postscript to Part I.)

3 6 8 15 16 20 26

30 p. 64.

3+ 56 58 60

p. 241.

p. 250.

Wanton stories, bad for youth, Wate, 324/739, know.

Water, how to assay, 323/702. Wantons, young, want hanging, Water, Ewerer to give, to all,

321/643. Warden of a craft, 194/1160. Water, effect of, II. 48/203. Wardrobe, 180/940; is in the Water forthe teeth, W. Vaughan's,

Usher's charge, 315/479. Wardrop, 318/565.

Water-leech, slippers to be brown Wardropere, 315/481, keeper of like one, 176/874. the wardrobe.

Watery, 134/282. Warm water to wash hands in, Wax, all candles & morters of, 178/902.

327/827-33. Warm your clothes in winter, p. Wayte, 133/265, watch; 144/436, 259.

take care. Warme, 51/114, comfortably ; Wayue, 308/322, glance, move, A.S. wearm, warm.

let wander. Warming-pan, p. 252, last line. Weakening things, II. 48/194-9. War-time, a servant's duty in, II. Wearisome, 168/751. 24/121.

Weelde, 43/150, wielding, comWash before going to bed, a lord

mand. does, 316/513.

Weldsomly, 118/17, at will.. Wash in summer, not winter, p. Welke, marceo, to welke,sicut flor254.

mes. marcidus, welked. emerceo, Wash on rising, 73/80 ; 338/

to wax drie and welkynge. 74; before eating, 309/343;

Gloss. Reliq. Ant. v. 1, p. 6. II. 3/5 ; II. 9/8; II. '16/7; Wessayle and drynke heylle, p. II. 34/21 ; II. 26/4 ; II. 30/ 44, l. 4 from foot. 11; before leaving the table, Wesselle clothes, 310/367,?cloths, 22/84; after dinner, 81/356 ; for vessells. after meals, 8/193; p. 258; Weste, Richard, his Schoole of II. 8/55.

Vertre, referred to, p. 289; his Washing after dinner, how done, acrostic, p. 290.

p. 68 ; 343/403-416; II. 38/ Westminster, the Abbot of, 192/ 64-72.

1141. Washing directed, p. 246; p. Wether or ram, p. 221, note on 255.

1. 779. Washing, the good of, II. 52/ Wether mutton, II. 50/208. 265.

Whale, likes harmony, p. 232. Wastable, 129/179.

Fr. Tinet : m. The Whall Waste not, 10/20; p. 12, 1. W; tearmed Horlepoole, or 20/56.

Whirlepoole. Cot. Wastours' — rioters' - company, Whale, roast, how to carve, 157/ avoid, 35/27.

581; salt, 173/837; 282/8.

a

Wheat, operation of, II. 46/176 ; 1 Faine would I have a verII. 49/178.

tuous wife Whelk, how to carve a, 160/624.

Adorned with all modestie, Whelks, 168/747 ; 280/17. Fr.

in Collier's Extracts, i. 162-3. Turbin. The shell-fish called a Wight, 41/120, quick, nimble. Welke or Winkle. Cot.

Swed. vig. Whene, 317/548, ? same as cueme,

Wild, don't be, 38/58; 304/156. agreeable.

Wild boar, 164/686. Whileere, 140/377, a time ago,

Sche brouzt fram the kychene

A scheld of a wylde swyne, before.

Hastelettus in galantyne. Whils, 5/133, until.

Sir Degrevant, p. 235, 1. 1397-9. Whisper, don't, 81/373 ; II. 11/ Wind, let it out with secresy, 83; II. 19/71.

296/145. Whispering, avoid it, 306/250.

Windows of a bedroom to be shut White bread, 123/92; 322/686. at night, p. 245. White herrings, 161/642.

Wine, don't keep it waiting, II. White payne or bread, 130/204.

5/59; II. 17/21.

Wine, effect of, when old, II. 48/ Whiting, 156/575 ; 174/845 ; how to carve, 281/6.

184, /188; livery of, 327/843.

Wine, strong, mix water with it, Whole-footed fowls, skin of, is

JI. 11/70. wholesome, 279/19.

Wines, 124/109; sweet, p. 125 ; Whot, 168/757, ? white, not

p. 202-7 ; the names of, p. 267. “hot,” as in side note : cf. blaundrelle, 166/714.

Wing, cut under, not over, in

whole-footed birds, 278/5. Widgeon, 279/1.

Wings of smaller birds, the best Wife, how to choose one, 50/73- bits, 143/418; 146/473.

80; how to use one, 50/81- Winter, diet in, II. 54/286. 112 ; is to honour her husband, 307/267; takes her husband's Winter, the Device of, 168/766. rank, 196/1092. On the first of Wipe your mouth before drinking, June, 1582, John Wolfe paid

23/105, the Stationers' Company 8d. for Wipe your nose, don't, 25/141. a licence “to imprinte two Wise men, 332/12. ballades," of which the latter Wisps of straw for bed-making, was “a settinge forth of the

313/439. variety of mens mindes, es- Wite, 40/96, wct, know, A.S. wanton wife, then vertue in a modeste mayde.”

Collier's Withy leaves in a bath, 185/995. Extracts, ii. 165. For variety Wives gentle and curst, 86/151in this entry, Mr Collier pro- 160. Prov. Two pots a feast poses to read vanity. See also

presage, two women mickle the ballad,

rage. Cot. u. Pot.

teaminge rather weith within witan.

un

P. 87-8.

Wives, the duty of, 354/9. Wrapper, 131/224; 269/13. Wolfskin garments for winter, p. Wrast, 300/26, wresting, twist. 255.

Wrathful words, beware of, 34/8. Woman (2) not to sit at a Wrawd, 158/590, froward. Bishop's table, p. 329, No. x.

Wren, to be bled according to Woman-kind, speak never her veins, 45/177; pp. lxx., courteously of, 306/259.

lxxi. Women good and bad discussed, Wrestling, girls not to go to a,

40/81. Woman's milk, 251/13.

Wrinkled countenances to be Wombelonge, 145/451, belly- avoided, 292/41. wise, on its belly

Wry not your neck askew, 135/ Won, 319/605, supply.

285. Wont, 304/190, wants, fails. Wyn, 313/447; A.S. wyn, joy, Woodcock, 153/542; p. 214;

pleasure 165/697 ; 279/1 ; how to Wyneberries, 122/78; p. 201.

carve, 143/421 ; p. 277. Wynge, p. 265, carve. Wooers, how to be treated, 37/ Wynke, 50/72, sleep; A.S. 32.

wincian, to bend one's self, Woollen cloth to be brushed

nod, wink. every week, 180/943.

Wynkyn de Worde's Boke of Work after meals to be avoided, Keruynge, p. 261-88.

Wynkynge, 134/282. Worship God, 304/157.

Wynne, 21/79; A.S. win, labour Worshipfulle, sb., 161/655, wor

(not wym, win, pleasure). shipful person.

Wyt, 19/41, wyl, will. Worth, 23/114, estimation. Worthiermen, let them be Žane, 38/56, yawn ; A.S. ganian. helped first, 14/45.

Yardehok, 183/991. Wortus, 150/517 ; A.S. wyrt, Yawn not, 135/294 ; when you wurt, 1. wort, a herb, plant, a

do, hide behind a napkin, 293 general name for all sorts of

182. herbs, scented flowers, and Y-chaffed, 177/893, warmed ; Fr.

spices; 2. a root. (Bosworth.) chauffé. Wralling, 293/60, wawling, cater- Ycoruyn, 325/765, carved, cut.

wauling, “ quarrelling or con- Yeoman of the Crown, 187/1033. tending with a loud voice.” Yeoman-usher is under the Halliwell.

marshal, 311/383. Wrap bread stately, how to, 269 Yeomen in hall, 300/27. /10.

Yerbis, 164/687, herbs. Wrappe, sb., 1. 212, cover.

Zett, 138/339, formerly?, see 1. Wrappe, 130/212, wrap, cover. 204.

p. 247.

Yzes, 151/527, eyes.

8; p. 267. Ygraithed, 131/225, prepared. Ypocras, 168/759 ; 280/19. Ynons, 156/569; p. 214, onions. Ypocras to drynk, 166/715. Yn-same, 22/93, in the same Yoxinge, 135/298, note ". I yeske,

way. Cut out the hyphen. I gyue a noyse out of my 3omon of chambur, 315/507. stomacke. Je engloute. When Zomon-ussher, sleeps all night on

he yesketh next, tell hym some the floor at his lord's door,

straunge newes, and he shall 316/519.

leave it. Palsg. York, Archbp. of, 189/1078;

Ypullished, 120/63, polished. Bps. of, 1. 1081.

Yse, 197/1222, look at. Youth, if lawless, old age de Ywys, 1/12; A.S. geicis, cerspised, 332/14.

tainly. Youth, take pains in, 90/309. Ypocras, how to make it, p. 125. Zole, 167/737, sole?

JOHN CHILDS AND sox, PRINTERS.

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