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M.
Mortimer.

I Hen, 4.
Margaret, Hen, 6th's
Queen, enrag'd with
her own miseries, ex-

ults at others, Richard 3:
Moor, Sir Thomas.

Hen. 8.
Menenius Agrippa, his

Fable of the Belly
and Limbs.

Coriol,
. his Chara&ter by
himself.

ibid.
his Character of
Coriolanus.

ibid.
Macbeth, his bravery in
Battel.

Macbeth.

R 3

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277

Play. Vol Page. Person,
... hath his Greatness
foretold by Witches. Macbeth: 6

274
the conflict of his
Mind when he first
intended to kill the
King.

bis Temper de-
scrib'd by his Lady.

281
Micketts, Lady, refolves

on murthering the
King, and encourages
Macbeth,

282
--- he staggers in his

Resolution, and is
confirm's again by
his Wife.
.- his Soliloquy be-
fore he kills the King,
and horror arter.

288
meditates Ban-
quo's Death, and em-
ploys murtherers.

301
Banquo's Ghost ap-

284

pears to him.

308

317

327

336

- consults the Witch-
es again.

his Chara&er by
Malcolm.

distracted with
horror.
-• - defpairs on hear-

ing the English ad-
vance againft him.
.. told of his Lady's
Death.
- fiain by Macduff.

337

340
344

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Richard the Second,

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3 Hen; 6.

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his ill Conduct.

Richard 2. item.

ibid. irem.

ibid. - item.

1 Hen, 4. Richard I. his Chara&er. K. John. Richard III. ambitious, brave, dissembling, and cruel, unfortunate.

Rich. 3. his Birth prodigious.

3 Hen, 6.
his Person · and
Manners describ'd by
Q. Margaret,

Richard 3.
describ’d by his
Mother, the D. of
Tork.

ibid.

186 K. Hen.

2 II

274) Dutch.

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Play. Vol. Page.

Perron.
Salisbury's Death, and
Character.

i Hen. 6. 4 402 | Tal,
Suffolk, proud, false,
enterprizing.

2 Hen, 6,
..his Death. ibid.

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T $llot, when Priso
ner in France.

i Hen. 6.
Dain with his Son. J ibid.
Tirrel, James.

Richard 3.
Timon of Athens, beg-
gar'd by Flatterers. Timon.

item.

his last entertain- ibid.
ment for the Para-
fites.

ibid,
- - • icires and shakes

off humanity.
-- digging for Roots,
finds Gold.

visited by Alca.
biades, excites him to
cruelty.

pinch'd with Hun-
ger, his reflections
on the Earth.

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compares himself

165

to

171

with Apemantus.

he gives Gold and
encouragement
the Thieves.

- visited by his ho-
neft Steward.

- by the Poet and
Painter.

by the Senators,
entreating him to
command against Al-
cibiades.

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Play, Vol. Page. Person
... his Death and
Epitaph.
Timon.

187

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W Inchester, Cardinal

Beaufort's Chara
åter.

i Hen. 6.
his Death.

2 Hen. 6.
Warwick, brave but in-
conftant.

2. 3 Hen, 6.
Wolsey, Cardinal, his

Character by Nor.
folk, &c.

Hen. 8.
his Power over the
King.

ibid.
upbraided by a
Catharine.

ibid.
.. his refle&tion on
his fall.

ibid,
... his Death related,

and mix'd Character. ibid.

309

335 Norf

345

370

379 Grif. Kath,

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