**Town,**a collection of houses larger than a village:

**Pilgr. 327**.

**Gent. V, 4, 3**.

**Wiv. I, 1, 299**.

**I, 3, 39**.

**II, 1, 149**.

**II, 2, 198**.

**II, 3, 78**.

**V, 5, 112**.

**Err. I, 1, 15**.

**I, 2, 6**.

**I, 2, 6**

**I, 2, 6**

**I, 2, 6**

**II, 2, 151**.

**Ado III, 4, 102**.

**LLL I, 1, 147**.

**Mids. I, 1, 165**.

**II, 1, 238**.

**As III, 3, 59**.

**V, 4, 149**.

**V, 4, 149**

**H6A I, 1, 63**.

**H6A I, 1, 63**

**H6B I, 3, 138**.

**II, 1, 164**.

**III, 1, 63**.

**H6C IV, 2, 15**etc. etc.

**the peasant --s,**H4B Ind. 33 (German:

**Landstädte**). “our --s of war,”

**H5 II, 4, 7**.

**Oth. II, 3, 213**. “through every market t.”

**H6B II, 1, 159**.

**Lr. III, 6, 78**. “seven walled --s of strength,”

**H6A III, 4, 7**. “--s of garrison,”

**V, 4, 168**. “this enemy t.”

**Cor. IV, 4, 24**. With

**of**: “our t. of Cicester,”

**R2 V, 6, 3**. “the t. of Orleans,”

**H6A I, 6, 9**.

**H6C I, 4, 180**.

**II, 2, 1**.

**R3 V, 2, 12**. “Leicester t.”

**R3 V, 5, 10**. “Lud's t.”

**Cymb. III, 1, 32**.

**IV, 2, 99**.

**V, 5, 481**. Without the article: “at --'s end,”

**H4A IV, 2, 10**(Ff

**at the --'s end**). “in field and t.”

**Mids. III, 2, 398**. “there's a nobleman in t.”

**Rom. II, 4, 213**.

**Oth. I, 3, 44**. “what good sport is out of t.”

**Troil. I, 1, 116**. “come to t.”

**Wiv. IV, 5, 78**.

**Shr. I, 1, 47**.

**H4B II, 2, 108**.

**H4B II, 2, 108**Distinguished from city: “razeth your cities and subverts your --s,”

**H6A II, 3, 65**.

**III, 3, 45**.

**III, 4, 7**.

**R3 I, 4, 146**. Confounded with city:

**Tw. III, 3, 19**.

**Tw. III, 3, 19**

**Cor. IV, 4, 1**.

**Cor. IV, 4, 1**== the inhabitants of the town: “the t. will rise,”

**Oth. II, 3, 161**. “the t. might fall in fright,”

**Oth. II, 3, 161**

Compounds: “t. armoury,”

**Shr. III, 2, 47**. “t. bull,”

**H4B II, 2, 172**. “t. crier,”

**Hml. III, 2, 4**. “t. gate,”

**LLL I, 2, 75**. “t. way,”

**Wiv. III, 1, 7**.