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Dice introduced, iii. 7.
deceptions with, in gaming, i. 331,
Saxon, i. 46.
advertisements concerning, ii. 331. prints of, whence derived from, ii. 340. Drinks of the Britons, i. 27. Drinking, excesses in 1657, i. 285.
Chamberlayne's account of, i. 289.
burnt in Anglesey, i. 21.
mons, ii. 231.
EATING, manner and time of, with the antient Britons, i. 28.
luxury in, of the English, temp. Hen. IV. i. 136.
excessive in 1657, i. 284. Eccentricity, instance of, i. 356.
Edgar's law for drinking, i. 49.
distress of, i. 90.
of in a naval conflict, i. 107. affection for the Countess of Salisbury, i. 110. Edward the Black Prince, generous act of, towards John, King of France, i. 104.
IV. character of, i, 150.
III. superstition of, ii. 226.
anecdotes of by Sir J. Melvil, ibid.
Princess, daughter of James I. dress of, described,
specimen of his Governour, iii. 122. England, why so called, i. 46.
eulogium on, by Mrs. L. Hutchinson, i. 276. English, fighting propensity of, temp. Edw. III. i. 97.
character of, by Froissart, i. 111.
character of, by Chamberlayne, i. 407.
Evan of Wales, tragical particulars of, i, 124.
FACE, painting, anecdotes of, ii. 321.
patching, extravagance of, ii. 325. Fairfax, Lord, orders for his household, temp. Charles II,
i. 410. Fans, enormous, used, i. 421. Fasts, frequent, i. 381. Feud, deadly, account of, i. 46. Feudal war, picture of, i. 70. Fielding, Mr. outrage of, against a justice of the peace,
i. 394. Fifteenths, evasions of the payment of, i. 191. Fire, mode of extinguishing, by A. Godfrey, iii. 241. Fireworks exploded on the Thames, temp. James II. ü. 53. Fitzjames, worthiness of Sir J. i. 238. Food of the antient Britons, i. 26. Fools, employed at court and on other occasions, iii. 11. Foreign wars, evils of, to England, i. 68. Fox, George, anecdotes of, ii. 141.. France, ambassador from, celebration of a Royal birth by,
iii. 41. Froissart, character of the English by, i. 80.
gift of Richard II. to, i. 124. Funeral feasts, account of, i. 35.
GALLANT of 1657 described, i. 281.
ii. 266. Gloucester, Duke of, treachery of Richard II. towards, i. 121.
temp. Henry IV. manly resentment of to Duke of Ireland, i. 139. Glutton Masses, nature of, explained, i. 135. Gold, used for ornaments by antient British chiefs, i. 12. Gospel Treasury opened, described, iii. 180. Gouge, T. extract from Sermon by, ii. 129. Grafton, Duke of, and Lord Dunblane, rivals in rowing,
jii. 47. Grey, Betty, acts of with the French prophets, ii. 213. Guardianship, extent of, under the Saxon government, i. 45. Guineas, stock-jobbers' speculations with, i. 391. Gypsies, account of, ii. 237.
HABIT, the Quaker, described, ii. 163.
Sir J. persecuted into the commission of suicide, ii. 32.
II, character of, i. 74.
humanity of, i. 76.
hatred of swearing, i. 148.
VIII. entertainment of, by Cardinal Wolsey, i. 163.