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252

let, 40

253

pest, 66

249

Honour, 88, 246

Katharine, Queen, on her own merit,
Honour due to virtue, 139

315
Honour to be conferred on merit, 111 Katharine, Queen, her speech to the
Hope, 19, 163, 234, 310

King, 313
Hopeless love, 138

Katharine, Queen, her speech to
Hotspur, his contempt for rhymers,

Wolsey, 314
249

Kent, county of, 293
Hotspur, his death described, 259 Kingdom, a distracted, 76
Hotspur, his description of a fop, 245 King, sanctity of, 236
Hotspur, his impatience for battle, King's despairing soliloquy in H
Hotspur, his speech before the battle, Kings, divinity of, 46

Kings, wicked commands of, 226
Hotspur, his speech to his wife, 248
Hotspur, Lady Percy's speech to LABOUR, 169
him, 247

Lady described, 215
Hounds, 132

Lear and Corcielia, scene between,
Humility, 138, 238

68
Hunting, 123

Lear, his exclamations on the tem-
Husband sung to sleep by his wife,

Lear, his indignation at Goneril, 65
Hypocrisy, 108, 227

Lear, on his flatterers, 68

Lear on the death of Cordelia, 71
Jago denounced by Ludovico, 182 Lear on the ingratitude of his daugh-
Iago, his dispraise of honesty, 172 ters, 65
Iago, his hypocrisy, 176

Lear to Cordelia when prisoners, 70
Imagination ineffectual to check af- Life chequered, 141
flictions, 232

Life demands action, 255
Imagination, power of, 123

Life, reflections on, 78
Imogen awaking, 170

Life, vicissitudes of, 316
Imogen, her impatience to meet her Lion, a hungry, described, 294
husband, 167

Loquacity, 107
Imogen reading in bed, 166

Love, 13, 24, 118, 185
Imogen sleeping, 166

Love, ambitious, 137
Inconstancy in man, 21

Love cemented by prosperity, 25
Infant, exposing of, 22, 23

Love commended and censured, 15
Infidelity to a friend, 20

Love compared to an April day, 17
Ingratitude, 64, 149

Love, contempt of, punished, 17
Innocence, 22

Love, Fenton's, for Anne Page, 324
Innocence confirmed by the counte- Love, froward, 16

Love increased by attempts to sup-
Innocence, eloquence of, 22

Love in idleness, 120
JEALOUSY, 176

Love, power of, 87, 159
Jester, 15

Love, unreturned, 20
Joys changed to grief, 204

Love unsought, 15
Judge, an upright, 269

Love, vexations of, 118
Juliet described after drinking the Lover, a faithful, 118
potion, 204

Lover, a, in solitude, 20
Juliet, her anguish at the thought of Lover described, 146
marrying Paris, 200

Lover, humorous description nf, 150
Juliet, her appeal to the friar, 201 Lover's computation of time, 177
Juliet, her impatience for Romeo, Lovers light of foot, 195
196

Lovers parting, 291
Juliet, her soliloquy on drinking the Lovers' reluctance to part, 198
potion, 203

Lover's speech, 3

Lute, Lavinia singing to, 84
KATHARINE, Queen, her character,
314

MACBETH described by Malcolm, 75

nance, 129

press it, 18

175, 181

Macbeth, his defiance of his foes, 78 Night, 124, 292
Macbeth, his disposition, 72

Night in a camp described, 277
Macbeth, his irresolution, 72

Nothing good out of season, 116
Macbeth, his remorse, 74
Macbeth, his terror at Banquo's OBEDIENCE, 215
ghost, 74

Obedience to princes, 375
Macbeth, Lady, in the sleep-walking Octavia, how she should have entered
scene, 76

Rome, IOI
Majesty, power of, 236

Old age, 34, 155
Man, his pre-eminence, 154

Old age despised, 78
Man, reflections on, 34, 66

Old song, character of, 13
Man, seven ages of, 148

Ophelia, interment of, 46
Margaret of Anjou, Earl of Suffolk's Othello and Desdemona, scene be-
admiration of, 287

tween, 178
Margaret of Anjou, description of, Othello, his bed-chamber, scene with
288

Desdemona, 180
Margaret of Anjou, upbraidings of, Othello, his disordered mind, 178
308

Othello, his farewell speech, 176
Marriage, 288

Othello, his joy on Desdemona's
Marriage alters the temper, 151

arrival at Cyprus, 175
Marriage, a forced, evils of, 324 Othello, his last speech, 182
Marriage, inequality in, 323

Othello, his love for Desdemona,
Martial spirit, 274
Master, a cruel, described, 155 Othello, his marriage solely for love,
Mediocrity, 107

172
Melanch ly, 47

Othello, his mistaken estimate of
Melancholy, Jaques description of,

Iago, 175
151

Othello, his perplexity after the mur-
Melancholy stories, 239

der, 180
Mercy, 83, 114, 161

Othello, his remorse, 181
Mercy, a father's appeal for, 84 Othello, his speech to the senate,
Messenger, a post, described, 257 173
Messenger with ill news, 101, 258 Othello, his story of the handker-
Midnight, 40
Mind, a disordered, 37, 375
Mind' alone valuable, 134,

PAINTING, 132
Mind, diseases of, incurable, 78 Pardon, despair of, 23
Mirthfulness of Biron described, 158 Paris described by the nurse, 200
Mob, description of, go

Paris, eulogy on, 200, 186
Mob, fickleness of, 260

Parolles described by Helena, 137
Modesty and courage in youth, 143 Passion dissembled, 150
Moonlight, 115

Pastors, ungracious, 29
Moon, the, 118

Patience taught more easily than
Morning, 27, 83, 295

practised, 154
Morning, a hunting, 84

Patriotism, 48, 91
Mother's distress at loss of her child, Peace after a siege, 97

Peace after a civil war, 243
Mother's fondness for her child, 216 Percy and Prince Henry, characters
Murdered person described, 290
Murderer, appearance of, 226 Perfection, human, extent of, 29
Murder of the two young princes Perfection needs no addition, 225
described, 307

chief, 177

220

Pericles' prayer at sea, 322
Muse, invocation of, 271

Petition, a gentle, 147
Music, 3, II, 16

Petruchio's mock flattery of Katha-

rina, 133
NATURE, bounties of, 82

Petruchio's uncouth wooing, 133
Nature, charms of, 84

Philosophy, a shepherd's, 149
Nature, force of, 168

Philosophers, Stoic, satire on, 131
News-tellers, 225

Play, effect of one, 35

of, 244

Playfellows, 143

| Richmond's prayer before the battle,
Pleasure of doing good, 89

310
Poetry, power of, with women, 19 Romeo and Juliet at the ball, 188
Populace, fickleness of, 297

Romeo and Juliet, garden scene be-
Popularity, 233

tween, 189
Portents, 51

Romeo and the apothecary, 205
Portia's picture, 113

Romeo, Capulet's opinion of him, 188
Portia's suitors, IIO

Romeo in love described, 195
Power, abuse of, 162

Romeo, his banishment, 196
Power, vanity of, 236

Romeo, his melancholy, 184
Praise of a lost object, 141

Royalty, emptiness of, 238
Presents prevail with women, 19 Royalty in-born, 169
Prince Henry and his father, scene Royalty, miseries of, 282
between, 264

Rumour, 257
Prince Henry described, 255

Rural simplicity, 25
Prince Henry, his challenge to Hot-

SELF-ACCUSATION, 140
spur, 254
Prince Henry, his defence of him- Self-denial, 156
self, 251

Shepherd, character of an honest one,
Prince Henry, his reflections on the

150
crown, 262

Shepherd, his life, blessings of, 296
Prince Henry, his soliloquy, 244 Shipwreck, a rustic's description of,
Prince Henry, his speech on death 23
of Hotspur, 256

Shipwreck, escape from, 12
Prodigies at Glendower's birth, 248 Shylock, his anguish at loss of his
Promising and performance, 82 jewels 112
Prospero's abjuration of magic, 9 Shylock, his injunctions to his
Providence directs our actions, 47 daughter, 109
Puck the fairy, 119

Shylock, his malice towards Antonio,
Punctuality in bargains, 249

108

Shylock, his malignity, 114
QUALITIES which become a king, 75 Shylock, his reason for revenge, 114

Shylock, his remonstrance with An-
REFLECTIONS on a wounded stag,
144

Shylock, his revenge, III
Regan's profession of filial love, 64 Slander, 169
Regicides hateful, 22

Slanderers, 179
Remonstrance, Duchess of Gloster's, Sleep, 4, 51.
289

Sleep, Henry IV.'s soliloquy on, 261
Remorse of Bolingbroke, 242 Solitude preferable to a court life, 144
Repentance, 21

Song in Cymbeline, 166
Reputation, 176, 231

Song in Much ado about Nothing,
Resentment silent, 290
Resolution, 104, 129, 161

Song in Twelfth Night, 13
Respect, 87

Sonnet in Love's Labour's Lost, 158
Revenge, 86

Sorrow, 305
Richard II., his soliloquy in prison, Sorrows rarely single, 46, 322

Speculation easier than practice, 108
Richard II., his address before the Station, low, blessings of, 313
battle, 311

Statue, a, 25
Richard III., character of, 309 Study, 157
Richard III., desperation in the Submission our duty, 306
battle, 311

Sunrise, 237
Richard III., omens at his birth, 300 Sun rising after a dark night, 235
Richard III. starting from his dream,
310

Tears, a man's, 228
Riches, vanity of, 87

Tewksbury, Queen Margaret's specch
Richmond's address to his army, before the battle of, 299

Thanks, 83
309

tonio, 109

126

241

Time, 124

Warwick, Earl, dying speech of, 299
Timon's message to the Athenians, 82 Wealth, vanity of, 263
'Titus Andronicus' appeal to the tri- Wife, a good one, 313,
bunes, 85

Wife, her duty to her husband, 134
Travelling, advantage of, 16

Wife should be younger than hus-
Troilus, character of, 88

band, 13
Troilus, his love for Cressida, 88 Witches, description of, 72

Wolsey's death, 318
VALE, a gloomy, described, 84 Wolsey's speech to Cromwell, 317
Vanity of human nature, 8

Wolsey's vices and virtues, 319
Vanity of life, 163

Woman, an ambitious, 289
Vanity of pleasures, 157

Woman's fears, 215
Vanity of trust in man, 307

Woman's tears, 178
Victory described by the English and Woman's tongue, 133
French, 214

Women's eyes, 159
Viola's concealed love for the Duke, Word, sanctity of, 322
14

World, true value of, 106
Violets, 241
Virtue and goodness, 165

YORK, Duchess of, lamentation for
Virtue and knowledge, 323

her family, 306
Virtue given to be exerted, 160 York, Duke of, in battle, 295

York, Duke of, on gallantry of his
WAR, miseries of, 286
War, prognostics of, 234

Youth of Juliet described, 185
Warrior, a gallant, 252

sons, 294

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