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Henry VI's. on Duke Humphry's disgrace, (a Henry VI).
i. 280. Suffolk, and Queen Margaret, parting, (ibid) 297. Edward IV's on the murder of Clarence, (Richard III) viii.
156. Duke of Buckingham's after condemnation, (Henry VIII
276 Cucen Catharine's before her divorce, (ilvid) 290. Cardinal Wolley's to Cromwel, (ibid) 321. Queen Catharine's, recommending her daughter to the King,
(10) 334. Hekid's on her husband's flying from her to the war, (All's
well &c ) ji 265. Hurmione's defence when imreached of adultery, (Winter's.
Tale) ini. 239. Mark Antony's on Cæsar's murder, (Julius Cælar) x 155..
his funeral oration over the body, (ibid) 159,
ING Henry IV.op vant of Necp, (2 Henry IV) vi 268.
Prince Henry, on the troubles attending greatnefs, ibidt 304 Hinry V. on the mistries of kings, (Henry V) vii. 81. On new-nade honour, by the Bafiard, (king Jolin) v.
240. On idf-interest, by the same, (ibid) 204. Dübe of York's on the surrender of Anjou to the French, (a Henry VI) rii
240. on his design to seize the throne for hinifell, (ibid) 284, Young Clitord on the death of his father, (ibid) 338. Fing Henry's on the happiness of low life, i3 Henry VI)
after he lost the battle, on his Queen going to France, (ibid) 5ti Gloucestu's on his deformity and ambition, (ibid) 08. Harwick's dying speech, (3 Henry VI) viii. 98. Kirbard III's on his deformity, (Richard Ili, 118. Tirrel's on the murder of King Edward's two coas (ibid)
205. Riclniond's the night before the battle, (ibid) 231. Richard !!!. in deipair, (ibid) 235. Cardinal Wuisey's on the viciftiudes of life, (Henry VIII)
Prospero's to the spirits, (Tempest) i. 72.
Ture for Measure) ii. 141
348. The King's despairing of pardon for incest and murder,
(Hamlet) xii. 102. N. B. The speeches in Julius Cæfar, Antony and Cleopatra,
Macbeth, Hanlet, and Othello, are chiefly placed under ibe titles of iboje playsa
INDEX of Deferiptions, or Images.
I. Defcriptions of Places.
difpraised by the Constable of France, (Henry V) vii. 58. Conitable.
-described in its ftuation, (King John) v. 246. Auft. -only conquered by intestine divifions, fibid) 328. Baft. -its interest in relation to France, (3 Henry VI) viii. 74. Halt. its situation, (Cymbeline) x. 253. Queen.
ELD after a battle, (Henry V) vii. 100. Mount.
OUCESTER S H I R F., (Richard II) vi. 44. Northumberlarid.
NCHANTED ille, Tempest) i. 52. Calo
K KENT, (2 Henry vi.) vii. 320. Say.
LOMBARDY, (Taming of the Shrew) iv. 192. Lucentio.
NILE, its flow described, (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 150.
PIs a, (Taming of the Shrew) iv, 192. Luc.
SEVERN, (: Henry IV.) vi. 125. Hutspur.
Salique land, (Henry V) vii. 14 Canterjury.
TRENT, at Burton, (1 Henry IV) vi. 105. Hotspur.
Tower of London, (Richard III) viii. 169.
VALE, a dark and melancholy one, (Titus Andronicus).
xi. 34. Tumora.
II. Descriptions of Persons.
A APOTHECARY, his poverty apd (hop described, (Romeo
and Juliet) ix 342 Romco.
B B E A UTIFUL maid, (Taming of the Shrew) iv. 258. Pet.
A bishop in arms, (2 Henry IV) vi. 284. Weji morland. Bedlam beggars, (King Lear) v. 143 Edgar, Beautiful periva petitioning, (Two Gentlemen of Verona?
iv. 5o. Pro. A bailiff, (Comedy of Errors) iv. 318. S. Dro.
-their inconstancy, (2 Henry IV, 238 Yurk.
A dying person by poison, in King John, (ibid) 326.
-in agonies of despair, in Cardinal Beauford, (ibid) 301
-item, (Cymbeline) x. 296. Arv.
vii. 66. King Heriry.
-ridiculed for following French fashions, (Henry VIII)
Flatterers of great men, (King lear) v, 138 Kent.
GENERAL, leading a victorious army, (Coriolanus) ix.
--item, ibid) 184. Gly. Buck.
A justice, (As You like it) iv. 122. Jaques.
Old man, vi
it) iv. 11 Old man in Old men fu
Knights of the garter, (1 Henry VI.) vii. 191. Talb.
-fee Pedants, in
Lovers, humorously described, (ibid) 277. Mercutio.
item, Two (Gentlemen of Verona) iv. 22. Speed.
in folitude, (ibid) 70. idem.
Soldiers is ServingSea-faring Savage m Swimmer
-ite Soldier, School-b Shepher
--with good news, (2 Henry IV) vi 301. King Henry, A mad-man, King Lear) v. 194 Cora. A iniserable motner in Constance, (King John) v. 285.
-Edward IV's widow, Richard ;11) viij. 204. Queen. Mermaid, (Midsummer Nighi's Dreain) i. 108. Oberon. Melancholy man, (Hamlet) xii 63. Humlet.
and Talkatí Trojan
NEW ST E LIERS, (King John) v. 309. Hub.
A nun, (Midsummer Nighi's Dream) i. 21. The.
D man oppressed with cares, (Comedy of Errors) iv. 346.