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

iv. 152. Rofin. Mind, not dress, adorns the body, (Taming of the Shrew)

253. Petruchii. Melancholy, the parent of error, (Julius Cæfar) x. 191. Mela

. Man, the dignity of his nature, (Hamlet) xii. 63. Hamlet.

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

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

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

X. 180. Brutus.

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Power, impotence of human, (Richard II) vi. 24: Gaunt,

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

Pardons of Popes ridiculed, (King Jolin.) 7.273. King John.
Poetry, prevalent with women, (Two Gentlemen of Verona)

iv. 57. Protheusa
Power, abuse of it, (Meafure for Measure) ii. 139. Isabella.
Patience, (Comedy of Errors); iv. 288. Adriano.
-the theory of it rarely practicable, (Much Ado about Non-

thing) ii. 80. Leon.
Populace, factious and fickle, (Coriolanus) xi. 162. Martius.
Providence directs our actions, (Hamlet) xii. 162. 169. Ham.
Preferinent, gained by favour not merit, (Othello) 178. Iago.
Patience, (ibid) 235. luge.-

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

226. Mortimer.
Reputation, (Othello) xii. 232. Iago.
item, (ibid, 233. iuem.

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

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

Speculation more easy than practice, (Merchant of Venice)

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

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

Duke Senior Satire, not to descend to particular persons, (ibid) 120. Jaquesa Solitude, a fine description of it, (Cymbeline) X. 202. Bele Slanders unavoidable, (ibid) 267. Pifanio.


MoUGHTS, ineffectual to moderate afffictions, (Ri

chard II) vi 25. Bolingbruke. Thought, (i Henry IV) 209. Hot four. Travel, advantage of it, (Two Gentlemen of Verona) iv. 7. Val.

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

27. Polonius.

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

Measure) ii. 11. Duke. Virtue, conspicuous exposed to envy, (As You Like it) iv.

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

Well) 287. ii. i Lurd, Vitious persons infatuated by Heaven, (Autony and Cleo

patra) ix. 190. Antony.

W WORDş give eafe ro grief, (Richard. II!) viii. 211. Queer.

World, the vanity and diffolution of it, (Tempest) in 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. Kuth.

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· S P E E C H E S. A Table of the most considerable in Shakespeare:


vii. 14.

Bishor of Carlife's in defence of King Richard, (Richa

ard II) vi. 76 Henry IV's to the Prince before he died, (2 Henry IV) 306. Henry V's to the Chief Justice, (ibid) 317. Canterbury's to excite fienry V. tu begin a war, (H!cnry V). Henry V's to his foldiers, 48. Henry V's to Westmorland, (Henry V) vii. 83. King John's to ilubert to kill Arthur, (King John) v. 2835 Ballare's to King John to fight the French (ibid) v. 310. Joan of Orleans to Burgundy to fortake the King of Eng

land's interest, (i Henry VI) vii. 186. Clifford to King Henry to itir him up to revenge, (3 Hen

ry VI) viii. 35. Queen Margaret to her soldiers, 101. Richmond to his foldiers, before the battle of Bosworth,.

(Richard III) 237. Richard III's on the same occasion, (ibid) 239.

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BOLINGBROKE to Bushy on his injuries received;

(Richard H) vi. 50 Gauni's to King Richard, (ibid) 32. York's to Boliaplıroke on rebellion, (ibid) 47. King Henry to his fun, (Henry IV, 170. Worcester's to Henry IV. (ibid) 156 Archbihop of York's, on the inconstancy of the populace,

(2 Henry IV) 2,7 Weltmorland's to the archbishop, on taking arms, (ibid)

283. Lancaster's, on the faine subjec?, (ibid) 290. King Henry IV. on Avarice, 3cs. King Henry IV. tú Prince Henry when lic had taken the

CICW1, (2 Henry. IV) vi, 306.

King Henry V. to Falstaff, (ibid) 327;

-to Cambridge, Scroop and Gray, on their conspiracy; (Henry V.) vii. 33. The Constable's and Grandpree's against the Englisli, (ibid)

85. King Lear's against women, (King Lear) v. 202.

-abuse of power, (ibid) 223, Bastard Faulconbridge's against the French, (King John)

, 316. Talbot's to his men retreating, (1 Henry VI) vii. 151. Suffolk's against Duke Humphrey, (2 Henry VI) i. 282. King Henry's to Suffolk, on Duke Humphrey's death, (ibid)

288. Queen Margaret's anfwer, (ibid) 289.

to York when taken prisoner, and his reply, (3 Henry VI) viii. 24. Edward and Clarance to Queen Margaret, (ibid) 40. King Henry's to Gloucester before lie is killed by him, (ibid)

109, Queen Margaret's to Edward IV's Queen and the Duke of

York, (Richard III) 208 Queen Catharine's to the two Cardinals, (Henry VIII) 300i Timon's to his false friends, (Timon) x. 57..


vi. 53

RI ICHARD II. to England on his arrival, (Richard II).
King Lear against his daughters, (King Lear) v. 126. 148..
Sufülk on his banishment, 12. Henry VI) vii. 297.
Lady Anne against Richard III. (Richard, III), viii. 123
Queen Margaret's against him, &c. (ibid, 138.
Fimon's, on the Athenians, (Timon) x. 59.

-on mankind, (ibid). 71. Coriolanus, on the people of Rome who banished bim, (Co

riolanus, xi. 183,

DE L 1 B E R A TI V E.

KING Richard in prison, (Richard II) vi. 97.

Prince Harry's on resolving to leave his debauched way of life, (1 Henry 11) : 20. Lord Bardviph's, on fighting with superior forces, (2. Hen

ay IV 2.300

DE Burgundy's for peace, (Henry V) 113. The citizens for a marriage betwixt the Dauphin and

Blanch, King John.) v. 200. Agamemnon's, Nestor's, VlyíTes's, on Achilles's defertion,

(Troilus and Csellida, xi. 255.


HOTSPUR’s to the King about delivering prisoners,

(1 Henry IV) vi 122. The chief justice's defence to King Henry V. (2 Henry IV)

317. Exeter's, of the deaths of York and Suffolk, (Henry V) vii.

IO7 Duke of York's, of a battle, 13 Henry VI) viii. 22. Richard's, of the Duke of York's fighting, (ibid) 29. Clarence's dream of drowning, (Richard 11.) 143, Norfolk's description of the interview betwixt the King of

England and France, (Henry VIll; 2 i 0. King Heary Viil's. on his divorce, (ibid) 294 Antigonus's account of a ghost appearing to him, (Winter

Talc) iii 205...


ric. RICHARD II. on the vanity of power, and misery of

Kings, (Richard 11). vi. 58.

on the same, renouncing greatness in despais, (ibid) 65

at his renouncing the crown, (ibid) 66. Lady Percy's to tiotspur, (1 Henry IV) 140. Lady Percy's to Northumberland, (2 Henry IV) vi. 252. King Henry IV°š. on the vicissitude of human affairs, (ibid) Prince Henry's defence of himself, (ibid) 308. King 1.car's in the storm, (King Lear) v. 159. 164.

-to Cordelia, (ibid) 210.

to her dying, (ibid) 227. Constance's to Salisbury, (King John) v. 265.

-her speech on the iofs of Arthur, (ibid) 285. Salisbury's on taking arnis against his King, (ibid) 312. Suffolk's to Margaret, in love with his prisoner, (1 Hen

ry VI.) vii. 2.1


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