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C CONTENT in a private life, (z Henry VI.) vii. 327. Iden.

Crown, the pleasure of wearing one, (3 Henry VI.) viii. 18. Richard. Conscience, (Richard III.) või. 149. 2 Villain,

-item, (ind) 235. King Richard. Calumny, unavoidable, (Measure for Measure) ïi. 166. Duke. Ceremony, (Timon) %. 19. Changes, in friendfhip and hate, (Coriolanus) xi. 190. Corjo

lanus. Conspiracy, dreadful till executed, (Julius Cæsar) x. 127.

Bruins. Cowards die often, (ibid) 139. Cejar. Conduct in war, fuperior to action, (Troilus and Crelida)

xi. 201. Ulvfjes. Christmas, how the time is reverenced, (Hainlet) xii. 13.

Marcellus. Gourtship, advice to young ladies how it fhould be ad

mitted, (ibid) 25. Laertes. 28. Polonius. Cuckolds make themselves, (Othello) 291. Æmilia.


YING words, their force (Richard II) vi. 30. Gaunt.
Day, happy, (King John) v. 208. King Philip.

unfortunate, (ibid) v. 269. Constance.
Death invoked, (ibid) 285. Confiance.
Doubt and delay, King Richard 111) viii. 207. King Richard.
Dependents, not to be too much trusted by great men,

(Henry VIIT) 278. Burking ham. Duty expressed with fimplicity acceptable, (Midsummer

Night's Dream) i. 155. Theseus. Death, the terrors of it, (Measure for Measure) ii. 155. Claud. ---the desire of loved objects heightened by it, (Mucha

Ado about Nothing) iii. 73. Friar: ----a necessary end, and should not be feared, (Julius

Cæfar) X. 139 Cæfar.
Delights, violent, not lasting (Romeo and Juliet) ix. 299.

Drunkenness, an unmanly vice, (Othello) xii. 232.


CLIPS E s, their influence, (King Lear) 5. 114. Glofier,


F FACTION, how to be carried on, (s Henry IV) vi. 184.


-item, (ibid! 198 King Henry. - Favourites of princes, wretched, (Henry VIII) viii. 319.

Wolley. Friendthip, none observed in love, (Much Ado about No

thing) iii. 27. Claudio. Fruition more languid than expectation, (Merchant of Ve

nice) i. 201. Salario. Gratiano. Fortune, (ibid) 246. Antonio. Friendihip grounded on interest changed with fortune, (Ti.

mon) x 61. Servant. Fly, reflections on the killing one, (Titus Andronicus) xi.

56. Totus.

G Good to be drawn out of evil, (Henry V) vii. 74. King

Henry. Great men, their favours uncertain, (Richard III) viii. 184.

Harings. Greatness, ubject to censure, (Measure for Measure) ii.

172. Duke. Gold, its power over man, (Timon) x. 68. Timon. --- item, (ibid) 83. idem.

-item (ibid 92. idem. Greatness meets with contempt when it declines, (Troilus and

Creslida, xi. 308. Achilles
Gold, its power, (Cymbeline) x. 238. Cleten.

-item, (Romeo and Juliet) ix. 343. Romeo. Grief, immoderate discommended, (Hamlet) xii. 17. King.

H HONOUR, man's greatest treasure, ( Richard II) vi. 14.

Holy war; ' Henry IV) 108. King Henry.
Honour, (ibid) 128. Hojpur.

described, (ibid) 199. Falsaf.
-new-made described, King John) v. 240. Balar..

-ought to be conferred on merit only, (Merchant of Venice) i. 209. Arrayon.

-due to personal virtue, not to birth, (All's well, &c.) ii. 248. King. Vol. XII.


Honour, continued acis necessary to preserve its lustre, (Troi

ius and Creslida) xi 310 Uldis. Hypocrisy, (Hamlet) xii. 75. Polonius.

INGRATITUDE, (King Lear) v. 126. Lear.

Innocence, (2 Henry VI) vii. 295 King Henry.
Imagination, strong in lovers, poets, and madmen, (Midsum-

mer Night's Dream,) i. 152. Inofeus.


their right divine, (Richard II) vi. 54. King
-their miseries, (Henry V) vi. 81. King Henry.
-item, (Richard III) viii. 145. Brakenbury.

item, (Henry VIII.) 285. Aune.
King-killing, detested, (Winter's Tale) iii. 232. Camillo.

LIFE, ( Henry IV) vi. 269. Hotspur.

- the necessaries of it are few, (King Lear) v. 154. Lear.
- unpleasant, (King John) v. 287. Lewis.
-the vicifitudes of it, (Henry Vill) viii. 319. Wolfev.
- moral reflections on the vanity of it, ( Measure for Mea-

fure) ii. 150. Duke.
item, (As you like it) iv. 122. feques.
Libels against the state, (Titus Andronicus) xi. 73. Sat.
Life, the shortuels and vanity of it, (Macbeth) ix. 36.


MAN, (King Lear) v. 109. Lear.

Marriage, ! ,Henry VI) vii. 228. Suffolk.
Niersy in governors praised, (Measure for Measure) ii. 137.

Magistrate, the duty of one, (ibid) 168 Duke.
Music, different effects of it, (ibid) 169 idem.
Man's superiority over woman, (Comedy of Errors) iv. 288.

Mediocrity, the happiest state, (Merchant of Venice) i. 178.

Mercy, (ibid) 243. Purtin.
Music, finely praised, (ibid) 256. Lorenzo.

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Marriage alters the temper of both sexes, (As you like it)

iv. 152. Rofin. Mind, no: drets, adorns the body, (Taming of the Shrew)

253. Petruchii. Melancholy, the parent of error, (Julius Cæfar) x. 191. Me Man, the dignity of his nature, (Hamlet) xii. 63. Hamlet.

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OATHS, illegal, not obligatory, (3 Henry VI) viii. 18.

Richard. -to princes, little valued by their people, (ibid) 56.. King Henry. Ornament, a specious delusion, (Merchant of Venice) i. 218.

Bitanio. Opportunity to be seized on in all affairs, (Julius Cæsar)

X. 180. Brutus.

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P Ower, impotence of human, (Richard II) vi. 24. Gaunt,

Poetry, Huispur's contempt of it. (1 Henry IV) 105.

Horipur. Pardons of Popes ridiculed, (King Jolin.) v. 273. King John. Poetry, prevalent with women, (Two Gentlemen of Verona)

iv. 57. l'rochess. Power, abuse of it, (Meafure for Measure) ii. 139. Isabella. Patience, (Comedy of Errors), iv. 283. adriano. the theury of it rarely practicable, (Much Ado about No

thing) ii. 80. Leon. Fopulace, factious and fickle, (Coriolanus) xi. 162. Martius. Providence directs our actions, (Hamlet) xii. 162. 169. Ham. Preterment, gained by favour not merit, (Ochello) 178. lazo. Patience, (ibid) 235. luga

R RELIGION, of great use in rebellion, (2 Henry IV) vi..

2:6. Moslimer. Reputation, (Othello) xii. 232. Iago. -item, (ibid, 233. lúen.


SPEECH, haughty, discommmended, (1 Henry IV.) vi,

107. Worcester. Slander sticks long, (Comedy of Errors) iv. 304. Balihazır..

Speculation more easy than practice, (Merchant of Venice)

'i. 178. Poriin. Seafon, neceffary to give every thing its perfection, (ibid)

257. Portin. Study, difpraised, (Love's Labour lost) iii. 107. Biron. Solitude, preferred to a court life, (As you like it) iv. 106.

Duke Senior Satire, not to defcend to particular persons, (ibid) 120. Jaquesa Solitude, a fine defcription of it, (Cymbeline) 1. 262. Belo Slanders unavoidable, (ibid) 267. Pifanio.

T THOUGHTS, ineffectual to moderate afffictions, (Ri

chard II) vi 25. Bolingbr: ke. Thought, (i Henry IV) 209. Hotspur. Travel, advantage of it, (Two Gentlemen of Verona) iv.7. Val.

18. Ant. a father's advice to his fun before going, (Hamlet) xila

27. Polonius,

V VIRTUE, to be employed for the public, (Measure for

Measure) ii. 111. Duke. Virtue, conspicuous exposed to envy, (As You Like it) ir.

110. Adam. Virtue and vices chequer man's life, (All's Well that Ends

Well) 2 87. ii. i Lurd. Vitious persons infatuated by Heaven, (Antony and Cleoa patra) ix. 190. Antony.


RD s give ease to grief, (Richard III) viii. 211. Queet,

World, the vanity and dissolution of it, (Tempest) ;. 66. Pro.

beautifully painted at large, (As You Like it) it. 122: Jaques. Wives, the duty they owe to their husbands, (Taming of the Shrew) 270. Kath.

-advice how to chule, (Twelfth Night) v. 39. Dukc..

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