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Authority, abuse of

the privilege of
Bargains, punctuality in
Bastardy
Bawd, the practices of one condemned
Beauty

a scornful and satirical one
petitioning in vain

description of a
Bedlam Beggars
Bees, the commonwealth of, described
Benedict, the bachelor's recantation
Birth, high
Boaster
Bolingbroke's public entry into London described
Boy, description of a beautiful one
Braggart

a cowardly one
Braggarts, talking
Bribery, honest
Brutus and Cassius, tent scene between

the parting of
Buckingham, Duke of, his prayer for the king
Caliban, curses of

his exultation after having attempted ths

chastity of Miranda

his promises
Calumny
Cassius, his contempt for Cesar
Ceremony insincere
Cesar, his dislike of Cassius
Chastity
Cheerfulness
Christmas-time, reverence paid to
Churchman, description of one ·
Clarence's dream in the tower
Cleopatra, her solicitude in the absence of Antony

her sailing down the Cydnus described
her infinite power of pleasing
her supposed death, description of
her reflections on the death of Antony
her dream and description of Antony

her speech on applying the asp
Cominius, his praise of Coriolanus in the senato
Compassion and clemency superior to revenge
Conduct in war superior to action
Conscience

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the death-bcd horrors of a

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Conscience, a good one described

144
the struggles of

103
a murderer's account of

156
Consideration

131
Consolation under banishment

107
Conspiracy, horrors of

99
dreadful till executed

230
Brutus's apostrophe to

26.
Contemplation, zealous, described

157
Content, perfect

276
Contention
Continence before marriage

74
Cordelia, her speech on the ingratitude of her sisters 253
Coriolanus, an imaginary description of his warring 181
character of

184
his abhorrence of flattery

ib.
his detestation of the vulgar

185
his prayer for his son

188
Counsel of no weight in misery

62
Countenance, a guilty one described

143
Country, an oppressed one

269
Courage

96
in youth

14
Courtezans, Timon's reflections on

307
Courtier, noble, character of a

10
a conceited one

26
finical, description of one by Hotspur

115
Cowardice

10
and perjury

99
Cranmer, archbishop, his prophecy respecting
Queen Elizabeth

168
Cressida, description of her

328
Crown, reflections on a

126
the transports of a

146
Cruelty, dissuasions from exercising

231
Cupid's parentage

22
Customs, new ones followed

161
Danger

116, 232

78
takes hold of any support

102
Day-break

56, 64, 159
Death

179, 203
temporal, far better than eternal

36
terrors of

38
most in apprehension

37
apostrophe to

100

106
approach of

232
arguments against the fear of
Deceit in a fine woman

155

escape from

Deed, a good one compared to a candle
Defamation
Degree, reflections on -
Delay, against
Delights, violent ones not lasting
Departing diseases, strength of
Dependents not to be too much trusted by great men
Desdemona, her fidelity
Desire of beloved objects heightened by their loss
Despair, description of
Despondency
Determined love
Dew in flowers
Diomedes, his manner of walking
Dirge, a funeral one
Disguise
Dissimulation
Doubt, description of
Dover cliff, description of
Dreams, reflections on
Drums
Drunkards enchanted by Ariel
Duelling, arguments against
Duty, modest, always acceptable

virtuous, the power of

doing of it merits no praise
Dying with the person beloved preferable to parting
Edgar, his account of discovering himself to his father,
Eloquence and beauty
England, description of

invincible if unanimous
pathetically described

apostrophe to
English curiosity, satire on

army described

miserable state of
Envy
Evening, a fine one
Evils, the remedy of them generally in ourselves
Expedition, what
Eyes, women's
Fairy jealousy, and its effects

60
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102
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105
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304
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181
1-15
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96
106
108
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70
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159

10

109,

158

bank described

courtesies
Fairies and magic

aff's catechism

authority of one
cmenting his daughter's infamy
sudness of ore for his child

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Father, passion of one on the murder of a favourite

child
the best guest at his son's nuptials
anger of one

the curse of one on his child
Faults of others no justification of our own
Favourites compared to honeysuckles
Female friendship
Females, cautions to young ones
Ferdinand, his swimming ashore described

and Miranda, interesting scene between
Filial ingratitude
Flattery, and an even-minded man
Fleet setting sail, description of
Fool, description of one, and his moralizing on time

his liberty of speech
Fool-hardiness
Forgiveness, mutual, the duty of
Fornication equal to murder
Fortitude, true
Fortune

forms our judgments
Fortune-teller, description of a beggarly one
Friend, a forsaken one
Friends, parting of
Friendship in love

martial
Friendships, common
Frost
Fury expels fear
Garden scene in Romeo and Juliet
Garland for old men

for middle aged men

for young men
Gentleman, an accomplished young one
Ghost, description of one appearing in a dream
Ghosts vanish at the crowing of a cock
Glory described
Gloster, duke of, his deformity

his dissimulation
Dutchess of, her remonstrance to her

husband when doing penance

Earl of, his farewell to the world
God, goodness of, ever to be remembered
Gods, justice of the
Gold, reflections on

effects of
Governor, a severe one
Gratitude in an old servant

147

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60
55
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69
71
244
217
134
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35
259
126
175

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316
44
59
186
ib.
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288
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ib.
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Gravity, affected
assumed

43
Greatness subject to censure

39
the cares of

156
when falling described

164
departing

176
contemptible when on the decline

324
Grief.

99, 109
tokens of

98
real

204
immoderate discommended

ib.
Griefs, the greater ones destroy the less

124
Hamlet his soliloquy on his mother's marriage

205
his speech on the appearance of his father's ghost,

and the mischiefs it might tempt him to
and the ghost, scene between

108
his mad address, described by Ophelia

211
his reflections on the player and himself

213
his soliloquy on life and death

214
his instructions to the players

216
his reflections on the king

218
conference between him and his mother

220
his irresolution

224
his reflections on Yorick's scull

226
Happiness consists in opinion

212
Hatred, remorseless
Health, a

227
Hector, description of him in battle

329
Henry IV. his character of Percy and prince Henry 114
his pathetic address to his son

118
Henry Prince, soliloquy of

114
modest challenge of

121
modest defence of himself

119
his pathetic speech on the death of
Hotspur

122
and his father, scene between

127
V. character of, by his father

126
by the constable of France

134
perfections of

131
his speech before the battle of Agincourt 140
VI. on his own lenity

150
VIII. his character of Queen Katharine

163
Honour

116
due to personat virtue only, and not to birth 11
a maid's

12
to be conferred on merit only

184
must be active to preserve its lustre

326

and policy

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