De Canibus Britannicis: Of Englishe Dogges
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De Canibus Britannicis: Of Englishe Dogges
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  • IOANNIS CAII
    • BRITANNI
      • DE CANIBVS BRITANNICIS, LIBER VNVS.
        • DE RARIORVM ANIMALIVM ET STIRPIVM HISTORIA, LIBER VNVS.
        • DE LIBRIS PROPRIIS, LIBER VNVS.
      • DE RARIORVM ANIMALIVM ET STIRPIVM HISTORIA, LIBER VNVS.
      • DE LIBRIS PROPRIIS, LIBER VNVS.
      • Londini per Gulielmum Seresium typogra- phum.
      • Anno. 1570.
    • DE CANIBVS BRITANNICIS, LIBER VNVS.
      • DE RARIORVM ANIMALIVM ET STIRPIVM HISTORIA, LIBER VNVS.
      • DE LIBRIS PROPRIIS, LIBER VNVS.
    • DE RARIORVM ANIMALIVM ET STIRPIVM HISTORIA, LIBER VNVS.
    • DE LIBRIS PROPRIIS, LIBER VNVS.
    • Londini per Gulielmum Seresium typogra- phum.
    • Anno. 1570.
    • IOANNIS CAII
  • BRITANNI
    • Canibus Britannicis libellus.
      • Ad Gesnerum.
      • In lib. Ioannis Caij Bri- tanni de canibus Britan- nicis, index.
      • ¶ A Prosopopoicall speache of the Booke.
    • Ad Gesnerum.
    • In lib. Ioannis Caij Bri- tanni de canibus Britan- nicis, index.
    • ¶ A Prosopopoicall speache of the Booke.
    • DOCTISSIMO VIRO, ET
      • Patrono suo singulari D. Perne, E-
        • liensis ecclesiæ Cathedralis dignissi-
      • liensis ecclesiæ Cathedralis dignissi-
      • To the well disposed Reader.
      • The first Section of this discourse.
        • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
        • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
        • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
        • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
        • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
        • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
      • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
      • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
      • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
      • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
      • The seconde Section of this discourse.
        • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
        • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
        • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
        • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
      • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
      • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
      • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
      • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
      • The thirde Section of this abridgement.
        • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
        • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
        • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
      • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
      • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
      • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
      • The fourth Section of this discourse.
        • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
        • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
        • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
        • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
        • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
        • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
        • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
        • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
        • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
        • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
      • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
      • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
      • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
      • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
      • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
      • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
      • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
      • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
      • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
      • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
      • The fifth Section of this treatise.
        • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
        • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
        • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
        • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
        • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
        • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
      • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
      • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
      • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
      • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
      • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
      • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
      • A Supplement or Addition, contai- ning a demonstration of Dogges names how they had their Originall.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
        • Of the Gasehounde.
        • Of the Grehounde.
        • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
        • Of the Tumbler.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
        • Of the Setter.
        • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
        • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
        • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
        • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
        • An Alphabetical Index, declaring the
        • ¶ Faultes escaped thus to b’amended.
        • Title Page
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
      • Of the Gasehounde.
      • Of the Grehounde.
      • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
      • Of the Tumbler.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
      • Of the Setter.
      • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
      • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
      • An Alphabetical Index, declaring the
      • ¶ Faultes escaped thus to b’amended.
      • Title Page
      • Parallel Texts
      • The first Section of this discourse.
        • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
        • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
        • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
        • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
        • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
        • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
        • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
      • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
      • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
      • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
      • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
      • The seconde Section of this discourse.
        • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
        • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
        • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
        • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
      • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
      • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
      • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
      • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
      • The thirde Section of this abridgement.
        • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
        • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
        • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
      • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
      • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
      • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
      • The fourth Section of this discourse.
        • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
        • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
        • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
        • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
        • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
        • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
        • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
        • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
        • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
        • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
        • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
      • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
      • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
      • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
      • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
      • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
      • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
      • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
      • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
      • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
      • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
      • The fifth Section of this treatise.
        • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
        • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
        • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
        • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
        • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
        • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
      • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
      • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
      • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
      • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
      • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
      • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
      • A Supplement or Addition, containing a demonstration of Dogges names how they had their Originall.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
        • Of the Gasehounde.
        • Of the Grehounde.
        • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
        • Of the Tumbler.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
        • Of the Setter.
        • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
        • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
        • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
        • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
        • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
        • The Text
        • Transcriber’s Notes
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
      • Of the Gasehounde.
      • Of the Grehounde.
      • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
      • Of the Tumbler.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
      • Of the Setter.
      • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
      • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
      • The Text
      • Transcriber’s Notes
    • Patrono suo singulari D. Perne, E-
      • liensis ecclesiæ Cathedralis dignissi-
    • liensis ecclesiæ Cathedralis dignissi-
    • To the well disposed Reader.
    • The first Section of this discourse.
      • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
      • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
      • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
      • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
    • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
    • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
    • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
    • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
    • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
    • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
    • The seconde Section of this discourse.
      • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
      • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
      • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
      • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
    • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
    • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
    • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
    • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
    • The thirde Section of this abridgement.
      • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
      • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
      • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
    • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
    • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
    • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
    • The fourth Section of this discourse.
      • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
      • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
      • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
      • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
      • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
      • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
      • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
      • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
      • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
      • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
    • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
    • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
    • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
    • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
    • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
    • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
    • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
    • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
    • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
    • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
    • The fifth Section of this treatise.
      • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
      • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
      • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
      • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
      • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
      • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
    • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
    • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
    • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
    • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
    • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
    • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
    • A Supplement or Addition, contai- ning a demonstration of Dogges names how they had their Originall.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
      • Of the Gasehounde.
      • Of the Grehounde.
      • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
      • Of the Tumbler.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
      • Of the Setter.
      • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
      • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
      • An Alphabetical Index, declaring the
      • ¶ Faultes escaped thus to b’amended.
      • Title Page
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
    • Of the Gasehounde.
    • Of the Grehounde.
    • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
    • Of the Tumbler.
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
    • Of the Setter.
    • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
    • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
    • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
    • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
    • An Alphabetical Index, declaring the
    • ¶ Faultes escaped thus to b’amended.
    • Title Page
    • Parallel Texts
    • The first Section of this discourse.
      • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
      • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
      • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
      • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
      • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
      • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
    • ¶ The Preamble or entraunce, into this treatise.
    • Of the Dogge called a Harier, in Latine Leuerarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Terrar, in Latine Terrarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Bloudhounde in Latine Sanguinarius.
    • Of the Dogge called the Gasehounde, in Latine Agaseus.
    • Of the Dogge called the Grehounde, in Latine Leporarius.
    • Of the Dogge called the Leuiner, or Lyemmer in Latine Lorarius.
    • Of the Dogge called a Tumbler, in Latine Vertagus.
    • Of the Dogge called the theeuishe Dogge in Latine Canis furax.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the first Section.
    • The seconde Section of this discourse.
      • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
      • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
      • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
      • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
    • Of gentle Dogges seruing the hauke, and first of the Spaniell, called in Latine Hispaniolus.
    • The Dogge called the Setter, in Latine Index.
    • Of the Dogge called the water Spaniell, or finder, in Latine Aquaticus seu Inquisitor.
    • Of the Dogge called the Fisher, in Latine Canis Piscator.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the second Section.
    • The thirde Section of this abridgement.
      • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
      • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
      • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
    • Of the delicate, neate, and pretty kind of dogges called the Spaniel gentle, or the comforter, in Latine Melitæus or Fotor.
    • The vertue which remaineth in the Spainell gentle otherwise called the comforter.
    • A Diall pertaining to the thirde Section.
    • The fourth Section of this discourse.
      • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
      • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
      • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
      • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
      • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
      • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
      • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
      • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
      • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
      • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
      • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
    • Dogges of a course kind seruing for many necessary vses called in Latine Canes rustici, and first of the shepherds dogge called in Latine Canis Pastoralis.
    • Of the mastiue or Bandogge called in Latine Villaticus or Cathenarius.
    • Of the latinists Canis Custos, in Englishe the Dogge keeper.
    • In latine Canis Laniarius in Englishe the Butchers Dogge.
    • In latine Molossicus or Molossus.
    • In latine Canis Mandatarius a Dogge messinger or Carrier.
    • In latine Canis Lunarius, in Englishe the Mooner.
    • In latine Aquarius in Englishe a water drawer.
    • Canis Sarcinarius in Latine, and may aptly be englished a Tynckers Curre.
    • In Latine Canes defensores defending dogges in our mother tounge.
    • ¶ A Diall pertaining to the fourth Section.
    • The fifth Section of this treatise.
      • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
      • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
      • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
      • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
      • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
      • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
    • Containing Curres of the mungrell and rascall sort and first of the Dogge called in Latine, Admonitor, and of vs in Englishe VVappe or VVarner.
    • Of the Dogge called Turnespete in Latine Veruuersator.
    • Of the Dogge called the Daunser, in Latine Saltator or Tympanista.
    • Of other Dogges, a short conclusion, wonderfully ingendredB within the coastes of this country.
    • A starte to outlandishe Dogges in this conclusion, not impertinent to the Authors purpose.
    • A Diall pertaining to the fifte Section.
    • A Supplement or Addition, containing a demonstration of Dogges names how they had their Originall.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
      • Of the Gasehounde.
      • Of the Grehounde.
      • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
      • Of the Tumbler.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
      • Of the Setter.
      • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
      • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
      • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
      • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
      • The Text
      • Transcriber’s Notes
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the first section.
    • Of the Gasehounde.
    • Of the Grehounde.
    • Of the Leuyner or the Lyemmer.
    • Of the Tumbler.
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the second Section.
    • Of the Setter.
    • Of the water Spaniell or Finder.
    • The names of such Dogges as be contained in the thirde Section.
    • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fourth Section.
    • The names of such dogges as be contained in the fifte Section.
    • The winding vp of this worke, called the Supplement, &c.
    • The Text
    • Transcriber’s Notes
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