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Honour more dear than life
Hope

deceitful
Horror, its outward effects described
Hounds
Hunting
Hypocrisy

in a governor
Hypocrite, the character of an arch one
Iago, his dispraise of honesty
Jealousy

a woman's, more deadly thán poison

definition of
Jest and Jester
Jester
Jew, malice of the

expostulation of the:
his commands to his daughter

his revenge
Imagination, the power of
Imogen, her bedchamber, scene of

in boy's clothes

awaking
Infant, exposing of one
Infidelity in a friend
Infirmity, the faults of, pardonable
Ingratitude, a song

of false friends

miserable shifts of
Inhumanity described
Inconstancy in man
Innocence

discovered by the countenance
youthful
silent, its eloquence

harmless
Insects, cruelty to
Joy, an usurping substitute compared to it

changed to sorrow
Juliet, resolution of

her soliloquy on drinking the opiate
Katharine, Queen, her speech to her husband

her speech to Cardinal Wolsey
on her own merit

compared to a lily
Kent, county of, described
King, in Hamlet, his despairing soliloquy
Kings, evil purposes of, too servilely executed

329
36, 159

109
164
57
56
105
38
39

273
24, 87

24
278
29
80
42
ib.
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45
57
191
198
202
88, 89

86
246

19
303
ib.
168
86

61
286

88
198
314

67
299
297
ib.
162
163
ib.
164
146
218
101

122

Kings, misery of
divinity of

225
Labour

198
Lady a complete one

97
Lavina at her lute

313
the loss of her tongue described

314
Lear, on the ingratitude of his daughters

247
his distress in the storm

ib.
his exclamations in the tempest

248
his distraction described

251
his description of his flatterers

232
and Cordelia, scene between

253
his speech to Cordelia when taken prisoner
on the death of Cordelia
dying

257
Liberty indulged, the consequence of it
spirit of it

229
Life chequered

13
reflections on the vanity of

36
recluse, described

51
demands action
the vicissitudes of it

165
loathed

176
and death, soliloquy on

214
necessaries of it few

247
reflections on

273
Lightness of foot

75
Lion, a hungry one described

147
Loquacity

41
Love

23, 52, 286
humorous description of it

27
the power of

28
in a grave severe governor

35
messenger, compared to an April day
true, ever crossed
in idleness
true
concealed
unsought

ib.
commended and censured

81
forward and dissembling

ib.
compared to an April day

a waxen image
contempt of it punished
increased by attempts to suppress it

83
compared to a figure on ice
unreturned
cemented by prosperity, but loosened by adversity 93

170
274
294
312
315
323

325
17, 20

47

Love, the nobleness of life

sole motive of Othello's marrying
heralds of
invitation to
in a brave young soldier
constancy in, protested

shook off by a soldier
Lover, a description of one

a successful one compared to a conqueror
his thoughts compared to the inarticulate joys

of a crowd
speech of one
protestations of one
his banishment
a faithful and constant one
description of one in solitude
exclamation of one
his computation of time
an expecting one described

the parting of one
Lovers parting

unsettled humours of
light of foot
impatience of
their reluctance to part

parting in the morning
Loyalty,
Macbeth, his temper

his irresolution
his guilty conscience and fears of Banquo
Lady, her soliloquy on the news of Duncan's

approach -

murdering scene in
Macduff, his behaviour on the murder of his wife and

children
Madness occasioned by poison
Maidens, their prayers effectual
Malcolm, his character of himself
Malicious men described
Man, description of a merry one

in love humorous description of
three things in him disliked by females
in tears

reflections on
Man's pre-eminence
Margaret, Queen, her speech before the battle of

Tewkesbury

ib.
69
74
83
ib.
85
276
280
321
331
145
297
294
ib.
296
327
115
257
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263

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269

106

32
268
168
26
31
84
105
212
23

151

154
158
142
176

41
227

21
243

32
247

Margaret, Queen, her execrations on Richard III.

her exprobation in a soliloquy
Marriage described
Master taking leave of his servants
Mediocrity
Melancholy

the varieties of

the parent of error
Men all frail

wilful
Mercy

frequently mistaken

commended in governors
Merit always modest
Messenger, post, described

with ill news
Midnight
Mind, lowliness of the

the, alone valuable
a disordered one

its diseases incurable
Mirth and melancholy
Mob

no stability in one
Modesty in youth
Moon
Moonlight

night
Morning, description of

dawn of
Mother, fondness of one for a beautiful child

ravings of one

grief of one for the loss of her son
Murder of the two young princes in the Tower de.

scription of
Murderer, countenance of one
Muse invocation to
Music
Nature, the force of

and art
Newsbearer
Night, description of
Night in a camp described
Obedience to princes
Octavia's entrance, what it should have been
Offences mistaken
Oliver, his description of danger, when sleeping
Ophelia, description of her death

33
ib.
59
123
ib.
218
36
65
215
272

40
180
149
14
52
50

51
148, 214

148

99
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101

157
103

131
46, 50

196

90

104
58, 146

135
164
174
246

22
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Ophelia, her intermeni
Opportunity to be seized on all occasions of life
Ornament, or appearances, the deceit of
Othello, his description to the Senate of his winning

the affections of Desdemona
his first suspicion
his jealousy gaining ground
his story of the handkerchief
his distraction
his fondness
his confirmed jealousy
his pathetic upbraidings of Desdemona
his irresolution to murder Desdemona
his confusion after the murder
his love
his remorse

his speech before his death
Painting

to what compared
Pardon, the sanction of wickedness

despair of
Passion, real, dissembled

too strong for vows

a rising one described
Pastors, ungracious, satires on
Patience easier taught than practised

and sorrow
Patriotism
Peace inspires love

after a civil war

after a siege
People, Brutus's speech to the
Percy, Lady, her pathetic speech to her husband
Perfection admits of no addition

human, the extent of
Person, description of a murdered one
Petition, a tender one
Philosophy, a shepherd's
Pity to be discarded in war
Play-fellows
Pleasure, the vanity of

and revenge

of doing good
Poetry, the power of, with females
Popular favour, method to gain
Popularity described
Portia, her suitors
her picture

274
276
277
280
ib.
281

ib.
282
284
285
ib.
ib.
286

64
302
31
88
21
74
246
206

23
251
227

58
113
189
233
116
103
206
132
18
20
329
14
25
318
502

84
184

108, 182

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