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Illustrations to the Third Volume.
I. LEONTES, PAULINA, CHILD, &c.--Hamilton,
PAGE LEONTES, HERMIONE AND MAMILLIUS.-Ham. ilton.
20 3. LEONTES, ANTIGONUS, LORDS, INFANT PERDITA, &c.--Opie. .
32 4. ANTIGONUS PURSUED BY A BEAR. — Wright. 42 5. FLORIZEL, PERDITA, POLIXENES, CAMILLO, &c. - Wheatley.
52 6. FLORIZEL, PERDITA, POLIXENES, CAMILLO, &c. -Hamilton.
54, 7. LEONTES, POLIXENES, FLORIZEL, PERDITA, PAULINA, &c.-Hamilton.
8. CONSTANCE, PHILIP, LEWIS AND PANDULPH.Westall.
134 9. ARTHUR, HUBERT AND ATTENDANTS. -Northcote.
140 ARTHUR, PEMBROKE AND SALISBURY.-Porter. 150
KING RICHARD II.
KING RICHARD, AUMERLE, SALISBURY, SOLDIERS,
KING HENRY IV. PART I.
PAGE 15. TWO CARRIERS AND GADSHILL.-Smirke.
274 16. PRINCE HENRY, PALSTAFF, POINS, &c. -Smirke and Farrington.
280 17. HOTSPUR AND LADY PERCY.-Smirke.
PRINCE HENRY, FALSTAFF, POINS, &c.-Smirke. 288 19. HOTSPUR, WORCESTER, MORTIMER AND GLENDOWER.- Westall.
300 20. PRINCE HENRY AND HOTSPUR.-Rigaud. 21. FALSTAFF.-Smirke. .
KING HENRY IV. PART II.
FALSTAFF, DOLL TEARSHEET, &c.-Fuseli. 23. FALSTAFF, SHALLOW, SILENCE, &c.-Durno. 24. PRINCE HENRY TAKING THE CROWN.-Boydell. 418 25. KING REPROVING PRINCE HENRY.--Smirke. , 26. PRINCE HENRY RESTORING THE CROWN.-Boy. dell.
422 27. KING HENRY V., FALSTAFF, &c.-Smirke.
KING HENRY V.
KING HENRY, SCROOP, CAMBRIDGE, &c.-Fuseli 462
LEONTES, king of Sicilia.
Four Lords of Sicilia.
HERMIONE, queen to Leontes.
DORCAS, } Shepherdesses.
Other Lords and Gentlemen, Ladies, Officers, and
Time, as Chorus.
THE WINTER'S TALE.
ACT I. SCENE I. Antechamber in LEONTES' palace.
Enter CAMILLO and ARCHIDAMUS. Arch. If you shall chance, Camillo, to visit Bohemia, on the like occasion whereon my services are now on foot, you shall see, as I have said, great difference betwixt our Bohemia and your Sicilia.
Cam. I think, this coming summer, the King of Sicilia means to pay Bohemia the visitation which he justly owes him.
Arch. Wherein our entertainment shall shame us we will be justified in our loves; for indeed Cam. Beseech you,
II Arch. Verily, I speak it in the freedom of my knowledge: we cannot with such magnificence-in so rare-I know not what to say. We will give you sleepy drinks, that your senses, unintelligent of our insufficience, may, though they cannot praise us, as little accuse us.
Cam. You pay a great deal too dear for what's given freely.
19 Arch. Believe me, I speak as my under: standing instructs me and as mine honesty puts it to utterance.
Cam. Sicilia cannot show himself over-kind to Bohemia. They were trained together in their childhoods; and there rooted betwixt them then such an affection, which cannot choose but branch now. Since their more mature dignities and royal necessities made separation of their society, their encounters, though not personal, have been royally attorneyed* with interchange of gifts, letters, loving embassies; that they have seemed to be together, though absent, shook