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A. S. P. C.L Ijue. I shall never have the blessing of God, till I have iffue of my body All's Well.11

2801214 What dangers, by his highness fail of issue, may drop upon his kingdom, and devour incertain lookers on

Winter's Tale. 11 3581 Care not for iffue; the crown will find an heir

Ibid. 5) 1 3581413 What did this vanity, but minister communication of a most poor issue Henry viii. 1 1 6722 Isued. No worse ifsued

Tempeft. 1 2 Italian. What false Italian as poisonous tongu'd as handed, hath prevail'd on thy too ready hearing

Cymt eline. 31 21 907 Italy. Lombardy the pleasant garden of great Italy

Tam. of the Sbrew." 11 2551
Higher Italy

All's Well. 21 11 283
Whose manners ftill our tardy apish nation, limps after in base imitation Ricbard i. 21 420
Retir'd himself to Italy; and there at Venice, gave his body to that pleasant country's

Ibid.41 11 433
That drug-damn'd Italy hath out-crafted him

Cymbeline. 31 41 909
Itch. Diflentious rogues, that, rubbing the poor itch of your opinion, make yourselves

Coriolanus. 1 1170
The itch of his affection should not then have nick'd his captainship Ant. and Cleop.311 78
I would, thou didit itch from head to foot, and I had the scratching of thee Tr.and Cr. 2
Mine eyes do itch; doth that bode weeping

Otbello. (41 3110
Itching palm. You yourself are much condemn'd to have an itching palm Jul. Casar.14) 3) =
Iteration. O, thou hast damnable iteration

i Henry iv. 1 Truth tir'd with iteration

Troilus and Cressida.|31 2 What needs this iteration

Orbell. 51 211 Judas. His very hair is of the diffembling colour, something browner than Judas's, marry his kisses are Judas's children

As You Like It. 31 4 Three Judaffes, each one thrice worse than Judas

Ricbard ii. 3 Did they not sometime cry, all hail, to me? lo Judas did to Christ

Ibid. 41 1 So Judas kiss’d his master; and cry'd, -all hail! when as he meant-all harm 3H.01.17 Judas Maccabeus. The pedant presents Judas Maccabeus

Love's Labor Lit.)51 2 Judean. Of one, whose hand, like the base Judean, threw a pearl away richer than all his tribe

Otbello. 512 Judge. I would tell you what it were to be a judge

Maf. for Meal.21 = "How would you be, if he, which is the top of judgment, should but judge you as you

Ibid. Thieves for their robbery have authority when judges steal themselves

Ibid. 2 To offend and judge are diftin&t offices, and of opposed natures

Mer. of Venice. 2
O wise young judge, how I do honour thee

O noble judge, O excellent young man
O wise and upright judge! how much more elder art thou than thy looks

Most rightful judge
Most learned judge That judge hath made me guardian to this boy

K. Jobr.2 You urgd me as a judge, but I had rather, you would have bid me argue like a father

Kicbard u. Forbear to judge for we are finners all

vir Therefore, i fay again, I utterly abhor, yea from my soul refuse you for my judge Heaven is above all yet; there sits a judge, that no king can corrupt


Ti:. Andronicus. Judgment. I'll be judgment by mine host of the garter

Merry Wives of Wind. One that before the judgment, carries poor souls to hell

Comedy of ErrorsFor my simple true judgment

Mu. Ado Abt. No:b. Speak in sober judgment

Ibid She cannot do so much without true judgment

Ibid Whore judgments are mere fathers of their garinents

ho minht take a measure of his own judgment


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Hamlet. [2] 2101412143 Fudgment. Whose judgments, in such matters, cried in the top of mine

Ibid.41 5 1025/1133 -, without the which we are pictures or mere beasts Judgment-day. Unto the French, the dreadful judgment-day so dreadful will not be, as

i Henry vi. 1 was his fight

Richard ii. 1 41 64238 Why, fool, he thall never wake until the great judgment-day

Coriolanu. Judicious. His last offences to us shall have judicious hearing

Lear. 3 4 9481226 - punishment

Hamlet.141 5102912135 Juggled. I'll not be juggled with

Com. of Errors.1 2 1051241 Jugglers. Nimble jugglers that deceive the eye

Ibid. 51 1 1191 4 A thread-bare juggler O me! you juggler! oh, you canker-blossom! you thief of love Mid. Night's Dream. 3 2 18712 27 You basket hilt stale juggler

2. Henry iv.2 41 48412 51 Juggling. The Dauphin and you have been juggling

i Henry vi. 5 5 5681143

Two Gent. of Verona. 23 Julia. D. P.

Measure for Measure. p. 75. Juliet. D. P.

D. P. Romeo and Juliet.

967 -'s soliloquy before she takes the neeping draught

Ibid. 41 31 991114

Winter's Tale. I July. He makes a July’s day short as December

2 33512145 Jump. I will not jump with common spirits

Merchant of Venice. 2) 9 2072 155 twelve foot and a half by the square

Winter's Tale. 41 31 352 257 And in some sort it jumps with my humour

1 Hen. iv. I

21 4432 26 upon joint-stools

2 Henry iv.241 486143 Wish to jump a body with a dangerous physic, that's sure of death without it Coriola. 31 1 7202137 Our fortune lies upon this jump

Ant. and Cleop.3


7861117 Or jump the after enquiry on your own peril

Cymbeline. 5 4 923 - 5 So jump upon this bloody question

Hamlet. 5 2 1041|2|20 But though they jump not on a just account

Orbello.1 3.10471111 And bring him jump when he may Caffio find soliciting his wife

Ibid.2 3110582132 Jumperb. Seldom or never jumpeth with the heart

Richard iii. 3 1 648131 Junkers. You know, there wants no junkets at the feast

Tam. of the Sbrew. 312 26712 6 Funog spirit. D. P.

Tempeft. - I his despightful Juno, sent him forth from courtly friends, with camping foes to live

All's Well.3) 41 292 110 For the love of Juno, let's go

Coriolanus. 2 1 7022 55 now by the jealous queen of heaven

Ibid. 5) 31 73525 Had I great Juno's power the strong-wing’d Mercury should fetch thee us, and set thee by Jove's fide

Ant. and Cleop. 413) 796 2 46 And sauc'd our broths, as Juno had been fick and he her dieter Juno-like. Leave this faint puling and lament as I do, in anger, Juno-like

Cymbeline. 4 21 915121

727129 Juno's frðans. Wheresoe’er we went, like Juno's swans still we went coupled and inleperable

As You Like II. 1 31 228 1149 Ivory. In ivory coffers I have stuff'd my crowns

Tam. of the Shrew. 2 1 263133 Jupiter. You were also, Jupiter, a swan for the love of Leda Merry Wives of Windsor. 51 5 O most gentle Jupiter


As You Like It. 31 2 2361 8 became a bull, and bellow'd

Winter's Tale. 41 31 350-10
Take my cap, Jupiter, and I thank thee
Cæsar? why, he's the Jupiter of men

Coriolanus. 2 11 7131 3
What's Antony? The God of Jupiter

Antony and Cleop: 31 2 782 148
Thou great defender of this capitol stand gracious to the rites that we intend Tit. A. 512 83227

Ibid. 31 2 78211149
What says Jupiter? ho! the gibbet-maker
Alas, sir, I know not Jupiter; I never drank with him in all my life

Ibid. 41 31 848 2 40
Lo Jupiter is yonder, dealing life

848 2145 And the goodly transformation of Jupiter there, his brother the bull

Troi. and Croj: 41 5383115 he swears : by Jupiter he swears

Ibid. 5 1 88412 33 Great Jupiter, upon his eagle back'd appear'd to me

Cymbeline. 21 41 9052|10 And in the temple of great Jupiter our peace we'll ratify; seal it with feasts

Itid. 5 5 928121 Jurors. The spots of thy kindred were inror on thu life

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Juftice. Which is wiser here, juftice or iniquity
If justice cannot tame you, the hall ne'er weigh more reasons in her balance

Meas. for Meas:]

Mu. Ado About Notb.
And for thy life let justice be accused
For, as thou urgest justice, be assur'd, thou shalt have justice more than thou defir'ft

Mer. of Venice.

Both my revenge and hate, loofing upon thee in the name of justice All's Well-
Be certain what you do, fir; left your justice prove violence Winter's Tale
which shall have due course, even to the guilt or the purgation

So thou shalt feel our justice ; in whose eafiest passage, look for no less than death It
hath liquor'd her
To pluck down justice from your awful bench

i Henry ir Happy am I that have a man fo bold, that dares do justice on my proper son Ibi

2 Henry iz Poise the cause in Justices equal scales, whose beam stands sure 2 Henry ou with favour I have always done

Ibi You fight in juftice: then, in God's name, lords, be valiant, and give fignal to th fight

3 Henry = Thus hath the course of justice wheel'd about

Ricbard Did not great Julius bleed for justice sake ? what villain touch'd his body, that stab, and not for justice

Julius Cas Then may we pipe for justice

Titus Andr Plate fin with gold, and the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks

LO If my speech offend a noble heart, thy arm may do thee justice

IC O balmy breath, that doth almost persuade justice herself to break her sword Oibe Fufice of the peace. D. P.

Meas. for M Justice of peace characterized by Jaques

As You Like Let the justices make you and fortune friends

All's Five justice's liands at it; and witnesses more than my pack will hold Winter's Thou hast appointed justices of peace, to call poor men before them about mat they were not able to answer

2 Henr Thou robed man of justice, take thy place

Justicer. O, give me cord, or knife, or poison, some upright justicer Cymrit

I will arraign them straight :-come, fit thou here, most learned justicer
False justicer, why haft thou let her 'scape
This shews you are above, you justicers, that these our nether crimes so speedils
Juftification. I hope, for my brother's justification, he wrote this but as an assay o.

of my virtue
Fujify you traitors
I cannot justify whom the law condemns

3 Hàn More particulars must justify my knowledge


7 Juftled from your senses

Troi. an
Jufties roughly by all time of pause

Juftling. Zounds! how has he leisure to be sick, in such a juftling time
Jusinefs. We may not think the justness of each a&t such and no other than even
forin it


Ri. Fufts. Hold those justs and triumphs

Ric Insulting tyranny begins to jut upon the innocent and awless throne Ric

Think you not how dangerous it is to jut upon a prince's right Titus An
Futty. No jutty frieze, buttress, nor coigne of vantage
- As fearfully, as doth a galled rock o'er-hang and jutty his confounded base

Love's I
Juvenal. My tender Juvenal
A most acute Juvenal

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- D.P. Tam. of the Shrewu. 251 daughter to the king of France. D. P.

Henry v. 509) queen. D. P.

Henry viii.

671 Procession to the trial of the queen

Ibid. 241 683231 -'s speech on her trial

Ibid. 2

41 6841120 - no more shall be call'd queen; but princess dowager, and widow to prince Arthur 16.31 2 689112 divorc'd

Ibid. 4) 1 693 133 comforted by a vision in her neep

Henry viii. 41 2 695.146 Keecb. I wonder that such a keech can with his very bulk take up the rays o' the beneficial fun

1 67225 Keeck. Thou whoreson, obscene, greasy tallow keeck

i Henry iv. 2 41 4532 37 Keel the pot

Love's Labor Loft. | 2 1742 51 Make the sea serve them, which they ear and wound with keels of every kind

Ant. and 41 772129 Keen. Let us be keen and rather cut a little than fall and bruise to death Meas. for Meal. 2 The impression of keen whips I'd wear as rubies

Ibid. 24 O, when she's angry she is keen and threwd

Mid. Nigbe's Dream. 31 2

188110 Keep. 'Tis a foul thing when a cur cannot keep himself in all companies

Two Gent. of Verona. 41 3 401152 For in Baptista's keep my treasure lies

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 1 2 25611 7 comfort to you

Henry viii. 5 1698 1/24

Richard ii. Keeper. D. P.

413 Keeper's daughter. But not kiss'd your keeper's daughter Merry W.of Windfor. 1

462 37 Keeping. Call you that keeping for a gentleman of my birth, that differs not from the stalling of an ox

As You Like I. I 1 2231114 Keijar.

Merry W. of Windsor. 31 482 56 Kekfies

Henry v. 52 538 224 Ken. I ken the wight

Merry W. of Wind. 1 3
For lo within a ken our army lies

2 Henry iv. 41 1494 124 As far as I could ken thy chalky cliffs

2 Henry vi. 3 2 58712 48 I ken the manner of his gait

Troil. and Cref: 41 51 88111150 Milford, when from the mountain top, Pisanio shew'd thee, thou wast within a ken

Cymbeline. 3


9123 Kendal-green. Three misbegotten knaves, in Kendal-green, came at my back and let drive at me

i Henry iv. 2 4 4531230 Kenelworth. Retire to Kenelworth

2 Henry vi. 41 41 595131 Kennel. Go to kennel, Pompey, go

Meafure for Measure.32 9012143 of thy womb

Richard i. 41 41 659 Kent.

Ricbard ii. 51 6439/2 29 earl. D. P.

King Lear.

9291 All Kent hath yielded

K. John. 51 11 407149 and its inhabitants characteriz'd

2 Henry vi. 417 596 147 rebels in arms

Ricbard i. 41 41 66411 41 Kentish men, for they are soldiers, witty, and courteous, liberal, full of spirit 3 Henry vi. Kercbief. O, what a time have you chose out, brave Caius, to wear a kerchief

Julius Cæfar. 2 Il 749251 Kernel. There can be no kernel in this light nut

All's Will 2 5 2891212 How like, methought, I then was to this kernel, this squash

Winter's Tale. 1 2 3351233 Kernes. From the western ines of Kernes and Gallow-glasses is fupply'd Macberb. I 2 363210 Compellid these skipping Kernes to trust their heels

Ibid. 1

2 364 I cannot strike at wretched Kernes

Ibid. 5 7 3861 3 We must supplant those rough rug-headed Kerns

Richard ii. 2 Il 421147 You rode, like a Kerne of Ireland, your French hose off, and in your straight troffers

Henry v. 31 7 5252 37 The uncivil Kerns of Ireland are in arms

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586132 In Ireland I have seen this stubborn Cade oppose himself against a troop of Kerns

2 Henry vi. 3

1 586 2 24 Full often, like a shag-hair'd crafty Kern, hath he conversed with the enemy Ibid. 3 1 586230 And a mighty power of Gallow-glasses, and stout Kernes

Ibid. 41 91 598114 Kettle. And let the kettle to the trumpet speak

Hamlet. 5) 21040154 Key. Having both the key of officer and office 311 5 · I will use her as the key of the cuckoldly rogue's coffer

M.W.of Wind. 12
Come in what key shall a man take you

Much Ado About Noth. 1

11231 37 They say he wears a key in his ear, and a lock hanging to it

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Midj. Night's Dream.


Ibid. 3 21 18711 Deliver me the key; here do I chuse, and thrive I as I may I would have filed keys off that hung in chains

Mer. of Venice. 2 7 2062

Winter's Tale.41 31 355? Thou that didft bear the key of all my counsels These counties were the keys of Normandy

Henry v. 2 2 5162

2 Henry 1 572/2 What, fear not, man, but yield me up the keys Key-cold. Poor key-cold figure of a holy king

3 Henry vi. 4) 7) 6262

Richard 11.12 6352 Kibes. Let kibes ensue

Merry W. of Windsor. 11 31 491 If a man's brains were at his heels, were it not in danger of kibes The toe of the peasant comes fo near the heel of the courtier, he galls his kibe Ham. 51(1035

Lear. 1 5 938 Kicked. Our spoils he kick'd at

Coriclarus. 2) 2) 716 Kickshaws. Art thou good at these kickshaws

Twelfth Nigbt. 113! 309 And any pretty little tiny kickshaws

2. Henry iv. 5 501 Kickly-wickly. He wears his honour in a box unseen, that hugs his kickly-wickly here at home

All's Well.2 31 288 Kid-fox. We'll fit the kid-fox with a penny-worth

Much Ado About Nothing. 2 3 Kidney. A man of my kidney

Merry W. of Wind. 34 5

ba Kildaire's attainder

Henry vür.2 1) 67 Kiln-bole. Creop ir to the kiln-hole

Merry W. of Wind.41 2 Kill. Do all men kill the thing they do not love

Mercbant of Venice. 4) 1 I will kill thee a hundred and fifty ways

As You Like It. 5) I He kills her in her own humour

Taming of the Sbrew.l4 And tho' I kill him not, I am the cause his death was so effected All's Well.)3 We are reconcil'd, and the first view shall kill all repetition

Ibid. 51 31 32 Ah, kill me with thy weapon, not with words

3 Her. vi. 5) 6 6 Let's kill him boldly, but not wrathfully

Julius Cæjar. 2 To kill, 1 grant, is lin's extremelt gurt'; but, in defence, by mercy, it is just

Timon of Atb.315 Kill-courtesy. She durft not lye, near to this lack-love, this kill-courtesy M. Ni's Dr.213 Killd. How many hath he kill'd and eaten.

Mu. Ade Abt. Norb. I If kill'd, but one dead that is willing to be so

As You Like It.) Killing. I promised to eat all of his killing

Much Ado Abt. Notb.I Kimbilion.

Henry vir. 4 Kix. What kin are you to me? what countryman? what name? what parentage

Twefib Nigbr. 51

2 Hen. iv42 Nay, they will be kin to us, or they will fetch it from Japhet

Ibid. 2 Even such kin, as the parish heifers are to the town bull One touch of nature makes the whole world kin

Troi. ard Cr/1313

Hamlet. 1 A little more than kin, and less than kind

Othello.14 You, words and performances are no kin together Kind.

Mu. Ado Abt. Norb.2 If the prince do solicit you in that kind

Ibid. 4 Awak'd in such a kind Thine eyes see it so grossly shown in thy behaviours, that in their kind they speak it

Ail's Well. 1 - You must think this, look you, that the worm will do his kind Ant. and Cleop. 5 Fitted by kind for rape and villainy

Tiius Andrunicus.12

Hamler. A little more than kin and less than kind

Tempeft. 3 Kind keepers. Give us kind keepers, heavens

As You Like 11.1 Kindle. Nothing remains, but that I kindle the boy thither Ever in fear to kindle your disike

As You Like I:. 3 Kindled. As the coney, that you see dwell where he is kindled,

Hamlet.12 Kindless villain



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