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Portia, her speech to Brutus
Possession more languid than expectation
Power, vanity of, and misery of kings

abuse of
Precepts against ill fortune
Preferment
Presents prevail with women

lightly regarded by real lovers
Pride cures pride
Prodigies

ridiculed
Promise and performance, difference between
Prospero's reproof of Ariel
Providence directs our actions

the justice of
Puck
Quickly, Dame, her account of Falstaff's death,
Regicides detestable
Relenting tenderness
Repentance
Reputation
Resentment, silent, the deepest
Resolution

from a sense of honour
firm

obstinate
Respect described
Revenge

the Jew's implacable

the Jew's reason for
Rhymers, miserable ones ridiculed
Richard III. omens on the birth of

his soliloquy on his own deformity
his love for Lady Anne
his praise of his own person
his hypocrisy
character of, by his mother
starting in his dream
his behaviour after an alarum

his address before the battle
Ring, description of one
Rising early the way to eminence
Romeo, on his banishment

his description of, and discourse with the

apothecary :
his conduct with Paris

his last speech over Juliet in the tomb
Rosalind proposing to wear men's clothes

231

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110
252
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273
83
92
323
203
117
312

67
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53
133

87
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86
107
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37
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Royalty, miseries of

inborn
Rumour described
Satire, apology for
Say, Lord, his apology for himself
Scene of a banquet
Scene of Lady Macbeth in her sleep
Season, nothing good out of
Seducers, custom of
Self-accusation of too great love
Self-denial, a conquest
Self-interest, powerful effects of
Senses returning
Shepherd, character of an honest and simple one
Shepherd's life, the blessings of one
Simplicity and duty

138
199
122

18
146
264
271
51
12
11
25
97
76
20
148
57

93
24, 197

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69, 231

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Slander
Sleep

sound

apostrophe to
Solicitation, the season of
Soliloquy in prison
Solitude preferred to a court life
Song

a beautiful one

character of an old one
Sonnet
Sorrow, effects of it
Sorrows rarely single
Speculation more easy than practice
Spirit, a warlike one described
Spring, a song
Station, a low one, the blessings of life
Statue described
Steward, a faithful one
Stories, melancholy ones described
Storm, Ariel's description and management of one
Study
Submission to heaven our duty
Success not equal to our hopes
Siin rising after a dark night
Sycophants, flattering ones
Tears, to what compared
Thanks
'Thersites mimicking Ajax
Thoughts ineffectual to moderate affliction

ambitious, a smile on

39
125
187
112

15
28, 79

39
79
27
156
225

41
132

29
148

94
302
111
67
25
157
316
110
252
814
312
325
108
149

58
305
307
308

ib.
310
311
95
81
338
157
328
313

38
38, 74

173
176

97

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Time
Timon, his execration of the Athenians

his speech to Alcibiades
his reflections on the earth
his discourse with Apemantus
his speech to the thieves

his character of an honest steward
Titles, new ones
Travelling, advantage of
Troilus, character of
Trust in man, vanity of
Trumpeter, description of one
Valley, description of a melancholy one
Virtue and goodness
Vanity of human nature

wishes
Vicious persons infatuated by heaven
Victory by the French, description of

English
Villain to be noted

his look and ready zeal
Violets
Virtue given to be exerted
Ulysses, the subtilty of him, and stupidity of Ajax
Unkindness described
Volumnia's resolution on the pride of Coriolanus

pathetic speech to her son Coriolanus
Vows, rash ones, condemned
Vulgar, fickleness of the
War, prognostics of

miseries of
Warrior, a gallant one
Warwick, earl of, his dying speech
Wedding, a mad one described
Widow compared to a turtle
Wife, duty of one to her husband

song of one to her husband
description of a good one
impatience of one to meet her husband

innocency of one
Winter, a song
Wisdom superior to fortune
Witches described

power of
Wolsey, Cardinal, his speech to Cromwell

an account of his death

his vices and virtues described
oman, her tongue

.

ib.
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101
112

30
323
249
186
190
329
124
109
141
120
151
65
94
66
118
162
195
199

30
176
260
280
166
167
ib.
64

Woman should be youngest in love

her fears
resolved and ambitious one

in man's apparel
Women, frailty of

want greatly prevails on them

satire on
Wonder, proceeding from sudden joy
World, its true value
Worldliness
Wreck, a clown's description of one
Wrong and insolence described
York, duke of, his death described

his character of his sons

in battle, description of him
York, Dutchess of, her lamentation on the misfortunes of

her family
Young women, advice to them
Youth, courage and modesty in them

the boasting of
Youths, Grecian, described by. Troilus

79
98
142
199

26
176
194
93
40
ib.
89
315
141
147
148

157
12
14
48
298

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Wis
Witcu.

Wolsey,

Woman, her tongue

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