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Yokes. Nobly he yokes a fmiling with a figh

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Yoke-devils. Treafon and murder, ever kept together, as two yoke-devils fworn to

either's purpose

Ysked by a fool

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And we create, in absence of our felf, our uncle York Lord Governor of

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1 Henry vi. 41 561122
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If thou be not then created York, I will not live to be accounted Warwick -, Soliloquy on the giving up of Anjou and Maine

accused of treafon

His title to the crown

I difmiffes his foldiers

I arreft thee, York, of capital treafon 'gainst the king and crown

If that the baftard boys of York shall be the furety for their traitor father takes poffeffion of the throne

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York-place. That title's loft; 'tis now the king's, and call'd-Whitehall
Yorkshire rebels in arms

Tugban. Get thee to Youghan, and fetch me a stoop of liquor

Young. Few taller are so young

Elder brother, you are too young in this

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Henry viii. 41 694 138
Richard iii. 4 4 66428
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Love's Lab. Left.5 2 174119
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Titus Andronicus. 2 1 837120
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Younker. How like a younker, or a prodigal, the fkarfed bark puts from her native bay

I'll not pay a denier, what will you make a younker of me Your's. One half of me is your's, the other half your's,-mine own I would fay; but if mine, then your's

Yourfelf. Good madam, keep yourself within yourself

Youth. Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits

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A purpose more grave and wrinkled than the aims and ends of burning youth

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He that is more than a youth, is not for me; and he that is less than a man, I am not for him

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A man loves the meat in his youth, that he cannot endure in his age
Flat treafon 'gainst the kingly state of youth
Welcome hither; if that the youth of my new interest here have power to bid you
welcome

In pity of the challenger's youth, I would fain diffuade him

I come but in, as others do, to try the ftrength of my youth

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In my youth I never did apply hot and rebellious liquors in my blood
If the quick fire of youth light not your mind, you are no maiden, but

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For youth is bought more oft, than begg'd or borrow'd

Twelfth Night,

And many unrough youths that even now proteft their firft of manhood
Unftay'd youth

And chid his truant youth with such a grace

There is my hand; you fhall be as a father to my youth

Now all the youth of England are on fire

Luft and liberty creep in the minds and marrows of our youth
In the morn and liquid dew of youth

to itself rebels, though none else near

To flaming youth let virtue be as wax, and melt in her own fire

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The constraint of hospitable zeal

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Tempeft. 1

Much Ado Ab. Noth. 2
King John. 2

Left zeal now melted: by the windy breath of foft petitions, pity and remorfe, cool

and congeal again to what it was

Let not my cold words here accufe my zeal
This doth infer the zeal I had to fee him

With whom an upright zeal to right prevails

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Had I but ferved my God with half the zeal I ferved my king
Like thofe, that, under hot ardent zeal, would fet whole realms on fire Tim. of Atb. 33
Zed. Thou whorefon zed! thou unneceffary letter
Zenelophon. The pernicious and indubitate beggar Zenelophon
Zephyrs. They are as gentle as zephyrs, blowing below the violet.
Zodiac. Like unfcour'd armour, hung by the wall fo long, that nineteen zodiacks have
gone round, and none of them been worn
Gallops the zodiack in his gliftering coach

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Face, fee Complexion, Countenance, Wee face, Whey face Pen, fee Snow-white Pen
France, fee Gallia

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Phoenix, fee Arabian Bird
Pike, fee Luce

Pinfold, fee Pound

Pojon, Lee Empoifon

Prayers, fee Orifons

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Owl, fee Howlet, Scritch-owl

Wine, fee Baftard, Canary, Sack, Sherris-Jack
Women, fee Maids, Mistress, Mother, Nun, Nurse
Wench, see Whore, Widow, Wife.

ERRATA.

Page 1110, Andramadio, read Adramadio.
1121, Barbury-ben, read Barbary-ben.
1144, Bodkin, read with a bare bodkin.

1263, Embalming, read Emballing.

1345, Obferve a tranfpofition between Hannibal and Hafte, fhould come in from Hap to Harvef-men, from pages 1347, 8, 9.

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