in a trice, with a whurry, and to the confusion
front flyleaf, detail (90ºccw; inverted; levels 20 1.00 255)
from a search for whurry, landing here — the definition of bacule — in Randle Cotgrave (d.1634, *), his A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues (London, 1632)
University of California copy, digitized October 14, 2011
opens to same entry (for bacule) in University of Ottawa copy at archive.org
a hint of the coast range.
tags: lexicon; whurry
Randle Cotgrave, A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues (1632)