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Ishop of Carlife's in Defence of K. Richard.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
Henry the Fourth's to the Prince before he dy'd

ibid. 2 Hen. 4:
Henry Fifth's to the Chief Justice.

ibid. ibid. Canterbury's to excite Henry Fifth to begin a War.

ibid. Hen. 5. Henry Fifth's to his Soldiers.

ibid. to Westmorland.

ibid. ibid. K. Yobn's to Hubert 10 kill Artbur.

ibid.K. John.
Bastard's to K. John to fight the French.,

ibid. ibid.
Joan of Orleans's to Burgundy to forsake the K. of England's In-
terest.

Vol. 4.1 Hen. 6.
Clifford's to K. Henry, to stir him up to Revenge.

ibid. 3 Hen. 6.
Q. Margaret to her Soldiers.

ibid.
Kichmond to his Soldiers, before the Battle of Boswortb. ibid. Richard 3.
Richard the Third's, on the same Occasion.

ibid. ibid.
VITUPERATIVE.
Bolingbroke to Buy on his Injuries receiv’d.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
Gaunt's to K. Richard.

ibid. ibid.
York's to Bolingbroke, on Rebellion.

ibid. ibid. K. Henry to his Son.

ibid. 1 Hen.

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Worcester's to Henry Fourth.

ibid. ibid.
Arch-Bishop of York's, on the inconstancy of the populace. ibid. 2 Hen. 4.
Westmorland's to the Arch-Bishop taking Arms.

ibid. ibid.
Lancaster's, on the fame Subject.

ibid. Jibid. K. Henry Fourth on Avarice,

ibid. ibid.
item to Prince Henry when he had taken the Crown. ibid. ibid.
K. Henry Fifth to Falstaff

ibid. ibid.
To Cambridge, Scroop, and Grey, on their Conspiracy. ibid Hen. s.
The Constable's and Grandpree's against the English.

ibid. ibid.
K. Lear's againft Women.

ibid. K. Lear. abuse of Power.

ibid. ibid. Bastard Faulconbridge's against the French.

ibid. K. John.
Talbot's to his Men retreating,

Vol. 4.1 i Hen. 6.
Suffolk's agai ft D. Humphrey.

ibid 2 Hen. 6.
K. Henry's to Suffolk, on D. Humphrey's Death.

ibid. (ibid.
Q. Margaret's answer.

ibid. ibid.
To York when taken Prisoner, and his Reply. ibid. 3 llen. 6.
Edward, and Clarence to Q. Margaret.

ibid. ibid.
K. Henry's to Glocefter before he kurd him.

ibid. ibid.
Q. Margaret's to Edward the Fourth's Queen, and the D. of York. ibid. Richard 3.
Q. Catharine's to the two Cardinals.

ibia. | Hen. 8.
Timon's to his false Friends.

Vol. 5. Timon.

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Lady Ann against Richard the Third.

Vol. 4. Richard 3
Q. Margaret's against him, &c.

ibid. ibid.
Timon's, on the Athenians.

Vol. 5. Timon.
on Mankind.

ibid.
Coriolanus, on the People of Rome who banith'd him. Vol. 5. Coriol

DELIBERATIV E.
K. Richard in Prifon.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
Prince Harry's on resolving to leave his debauch'd way of
Life.

ibid.Hen. 4.
Lord Bardolph's, on fighting with superior Forces.

ibid. 2 Hen 4.
Burgundy's for Peace.

ibid. Hen. 5.
The Citizen's for a Marriage betwixt the Dauphin and Blanch ibid. K. Foun.
Agamemnon's, Neftor's, Ulyles's, on Achilles's defertion. Vol. 5. Tro. and Cref.

N ARRATIVE
Hotspur's to the K: about delivering Prisoners. Vol. 3.11 Hen. 4.
The Chief Justice's Defence to K. Hen. s.

ibid. 2 Hen. 4.
Exeter's, of the Death's of York and Suffolk.

ibid. Hen. s.
D. of York's, of a Battle.

Vol. 4.13 Hen. 6.
Richard's, of the D. of York's fighting.

ibid. ibid.
Clarence's Dream of drowning.

ibid. Richard 3.
Norfolk's description of the interview betwixt the K. of England and
France.

ibid. | Hen. 8.
K. Henry Eighth's on his Divorce.

ibid. libid.
Antonio's Account of a Ghost appearing to him.

Vol. 2. Wint. Tale.
PATHETIC.
Richar
Ichard II, on the Vanity of Power, and Misery of Kings. Vol. 3. Richard 2.

- on the fame, renouncing Greatness in Despair. ibid. ibid.
At his renouncing the Crown.

ibid. ibia.
Lady Percy's to Hotspur.

ibid. 1 Hen.
to Northumberland.

ibid. 2 Hen. 4.
K. Henry Fourth, on the vicissitude of humane Affairs.

ibid. ibid.
P. Henry's Defence of himself.

ibid. Jibid.
K. Lear's in the Storm.

ibid.K. Lear.
to Cordelia.

ibid. ibid.
to her, dying

ibid. ibid.
Constance's to Salisbury.

ibid. K. Jubn.
her Speeches on the loss of Arthur.

ibid. ibid.
Salisbury's on taking Arms against his King.

ibid. ibid.
Suffolk's to Margaret, in love with his Prisoner.

Vol. 4. 1 Hen. 6.
Henry Sixth's on D. Humphrey's disgrace.

ibid. 2 Hen. 6.
Suffolk, and Q. Margaret, parting:

ibid. ibid.
Edward Fourth on the Murther of Clarence.

ibid. Richard 3.
D. of Buckingham's after Condemnation.

ibid. Hen. 8.
Q. Catharine's, before her Divorce.

ibid. ibid.
Cardinal Wolsey's to Cromwel.

ibid. ibid.
Q. Catharine's, recommending her Daugher to the King. ibid. ibid.
Helena's, on her Husband's flying from her to the War. Vol. 2. All's well, &c.
Hermione's defence when impeached of Adultery.

ibid. I Winter Tale.
M. Antony's on Cæsar's Murther.

Vol. 5. Jul. Cæfar.
- his Funeral Oration over the Body.

ibid. ibid.
SOLILOQUI E S.
K. Henry the Fourth, on want of deep.;

Vol. 3. 2 Hen 4.
Pr. Henry, on the Troubles attending Greatness. ibid. ibid.
Henry Fifth, on the Miferies of Kings.

ibid' Henry 5.

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On new-made Honour, by the Bastard.

Vol. 3. K. Jobus.
On Self interest, by the same.

ibid. ibid.
D. of York's on the furrender of Anjou to the French. Vol. 4.2 Hen. 6.

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on his design to seize the Throne for himself.

ibid. ibid.

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Young Clifford on the Death of his Father.

ibid. ibid.

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K. Henry's on the Happiness of low life.

ibid. 3 Hen. 6.

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- after he lost the Battle, on his Q. going to France. ibid. ibid.

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Gloucester's on his deformity, and ambition

ibid. ibid.

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Warwick's dying Speech.

ibid. ibid.

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Richard the Third's on his deformity.

ibid. Richard 3.
Tirrel's on the Murther of K. Edward's two Sons.

ibid. ibid.

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Richmond's the Night before a Battle.

ibid. ibid.

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Richard the Third, in despair.

ibid. ibid.

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Cardinal Wolfey's on the vicissitudes of life.

ibid. Hen. 8.

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Prospero's to the Spirits.

Vol. 1. Tempeft.

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Angelo's on temptation to Lust by a virtuous Beauty.

ibid. Meal for Meas. 2

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Iachimo's looking on Imogen afleep.

Vol. 6.Cymbeline.
Posthumus's against Women.

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Romeo's over Juliet in the Vault.

Vol. 6. Rom. and Jul. 4
The King's, despairing of Pardon for Incest and Murther.

ibid. Hamlet.

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N. B. The Speeches in Julius Cæfar, Antony and Cleopatra, Mac-

beth, Hamlet, and Othello, are chiefly placid under the Titles of
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