de Canibus Britannicis

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: ...wearinesse. 6 Bloodhoundes discerne theeues from true men. 6 Bloodhoundes hunte by water and by land. ibid. Bloodhoundes when they cease from hunting. ibidem Bloodhoundes why they are kept close in the daye, and let lose in the night. ibide. Bloodhounds haue not lybertye alwayes to raunge at wyll. 7 Bloodhoundes are their maisters guides. ibid. Borders of England pestred with pylferers. ibidem Bloodhounds why they are vsed in England and Scotland. ibi. Bloodhoundes take not the water naturally. ibidem Bloodhoundes called Brache in Scottishe. ibidem Bloodhounds when they barck. 8 Butchers dogge. 28 Butchers dogge why so called. ibide. C. Caius booke of dogges twyse written. 1 Conny is not hunted. 4 Connye caught with the ferryt. ibidem Conny taken with the net. ibi. Continuaunce of tyme breedeth cunning. 8 Castle of Flint. 10 Cunnies preuented of succor. 11 Callimachus. 20 Coforter called Meliteus. ibid. Comforters proportion described. ibide. Comforters condicions declared. ibidem Comforters to what ende they serue. ibidem Comforters the pretier, the pleasaunter. 21 Comforters, companions of ydle dames. ibidem 44 Comforters why they are so much estemed among gentlefolkes. ibidem Comforters, what vertue is in them. ibide. Conditions natural, som secrete, some manifest. ibide. Comforters called by sundrye names. ibide. Cicero pro S. Ross. 26 Countrey cotages annoyed with theeues. ibidem Capitolium kept dogges at the common charge. ibide. Carrier why he is so called. 28 Carriers seruice and properties. ibidem Comeparcke, a perillous place. 30 Comendation of the mastiue. 32 D. Dogges for hunting two kindes generally. 2 Diuerse dogges diuerse vses. 4 Deceipt is th' instrument of the Tumbler. 12 Dogges for the faulcon, the phesaunt, and the partridge. 15 Dogs are houshold seruants. 16 Ducks deceaue both dogge and maister. 17 Ducks subtyle of nature. ibi. Ducks diss ble weaknesse. ibi. Ducks prudent and prouident. ibidem Ducks regarde them selues and their...
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