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Nalvolio, a fantastical steward, (Twelfth Night) iii.
Mercutio, quarrelsome, (Romeo and Juliet) is.

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ORLANDO, a younger brother neglected by the elder, (As

you like it) iv. Ophelia, beauty and innocence distracted with calamities

(Hamlet) xii. Othello, his service of importance to the state owned by lago, (Othello) 181.

owns himself of royal descent, and love the fole motive of his marrying Desdemona, 184.

- seized and insulted by her Father, 186.

-accused by him before the Duke, he relates the whole progress of his amour, 193.

-described by lago, of a temper easy and credulous, 208.
-his mecting at Cyprus with Defdemona, 217.
lago begins to work him up to jealousy, 243.
his foliloquy after it, 249.
-his jealousy confirmed, a beautiful scene, 252.

aiks Desdemona for the handkerchief, tells the virtues of it, 200.

--his passion worked up by lago till he falls in a trance, 269. -listens to Caffio's discourse with lago, 271. - wrought up to fury, he resolves to murder Desdemona and Calfio. 274. Strikes Desdemona, 276. -examines her and Æmilia, 280. -kills Desdemona, 302. --his bitter remorse after, 309, -he kills himself, :13.

POSTHU MU S, fond and jealous, (Cymbeline) X.

Profpero, a Magician, (Tempest) i.
Protheus, false to his friend and mistress, (Two Gentle-

men of Verona) iv. Parolles, a lying cowardly captain, (All's well, &c ) ii. Pandarus, a be-bawd, (Troilus and Crellida) xi.

UICKLY, a Bayd (Merry Wives of Windsor) ii. : (and

2 Henry IV) vi.
Queen, ambition, cruelty and falsehood, (Cymbeline.) x.


OSALIND, beautiful, and witty, (As you like it) iv.

Romeo, passionately tender, and unfortunate in love, (Romeo and Juliet) ix.

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SY.CORAX, a witch (Tempest) i. 17.

Silvia, beautiful and constant, (Two Gentlemen of Ve-
rona) iv.
Shylock, a Jew, cruel and covetous, (Merchant of Venice) i.

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THUR 10, a rich fimple pretender to love. (Two Gentle-

men of Verona) iv.
Sir Toby Belch, a Sot, (Twelfth Night) v.
Titus Andronicus, a brave Soldier and unfortunate Father,

(ritus Andronicus) xi.
Tamora, vide Horror.
Therfites, eavy and calumny, (Troilus and Cressida) xi.

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ASTROLOG y ridiculed, (King Lear) . 154. Erlmund.

Actions to be carried on with resolution. (Henry VIII)
viii. 200. IPolfey.
Authority, the ill privileges of it, (Measure for Measure) ii.

139. Gabella. Adversity, the advantages of it, (As you like it) iv. 106.

Duke senior.

BANISHMENT, in Mowbray banished, (Richard 11.)

vi. 22. Mowbrar.
Baniliment, comforted, (Richard II) ri. 25. Gaunt.
Bastardy defended, (King Lear.) v. 110. Bastard.

CONTENT in a private lise, (? Henry VI.) vii. 327. Iden.

Crown, the pleasure of wearing one, (3 Henry VI.) viii.
18. Richard.
Conscience, (Richard III.) väi. 145. 2 Villain.

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

Copspiracy, dreadful till executed, (Julius Cæsar) x. 127.

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

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

Courtflip, advice to young ladies how it should be ad-

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


YING words, their force (Richard II) vi. 39. Gaunt.
Day, happy, (King John) v. 268. King Philip.

unfortunate, (ibid) v. 209. 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. Buckingham.
Duty exprefied with fimplicity acceptable, (Midsummer

Night's Dream) i. 155. Theseus.
Dcath, the terrors of it, (Measure for Measure) ii. 155. Claud.

--the desire of loved objects heightened by it, (Much Ado about Nothing) iii. 73

a necessary end, and should not be feared, (Julius
Cæfar) 8. 139 Cefar.
Delights, violent, not lasting (Romeo and Juliet) ix. 299.

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


ECLIPS E $, their influence, (King Lear) v. 114. Glo


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F FACTION, how to be carried on, (1 Henry IV) vi. 186.


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

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

thing) iii. 27. Clau tio. Fruition more languid than expectation, (Merchant of Vee

nice) i, 201. Sala..io. Gratiano. Fortwie, (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. Titus.

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, subject to censure, (Measure for Measure) ii.

172. Duke. Guid, 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

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

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


ONOUR, man’s greatest treasure, ( Richard II) vi. 14.

Holy war; !: Henry IV) 108 King Henry.
Honour, (ibid) 128. Hurpur.

described, (ibid) 199. Falstaff
-new-made described, King John) v. 240. Ballar..

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

due to personal virtue, not to birth, (All's well, &c.} jj. 248. King. VOL. XII.


I'onour, continued acts necessary to preferve its lustre, (Troi

ius and Creflida) xi 310 Uiles. Hypocrisy, (Hamlet) xii. 75. Polonius.


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

Innocence, (a Henry VI) vii. 295 king Henry. Imagination, strong in lovers, poets, and madmen, (Midsum

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

KINGS, their right divine, (Richard II) vi. 54. King

-their miseries, (Henry V) vii. 81. King Henry.
item, (Richard III) viii. 145. Brakenbury.

item, (Henry VIII.) 285. 11.ne.
King-killing, detested, (Winter's Tale) iii. 232. Camillo.


:, (Henry IV) vi. 279. Hotspur.

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

fure) ii. 150. Duke. ---item, (As you like it) iv. 127. Faques. Libcts against the state, (Titus Andronicus) xi. 73.

Sat. Life, the shortvels and vanity of it, (Macbeth) ix. 96.


M MAN, (King Lear) v. 169. Lear.

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

dj nella. Magistrate, the duty of one, (ibid) 108 Duke. Mufic, 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. Pertin.
Music, finely praised, (ibid) 256. Lorenzo.

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