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Richard 2.
RIchard the Second, his ill Condua.
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Vol. 3. !-Hen. 4.
Richard I. his Character.

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K. John.
Richard 3. ambitious, brave, dissembling, cruel, unfortunate, Vol 4.1 3. & Rich: 3.
his Birth prodigious.

Vol. 4.3 Hen. 6.
his Person and Manners describ'd by Q. Margaret. Vol.4. Richard 3.
describ’d by his Mother, the D. of York.

ibid. ibid.

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Vol. 4. 1 Hen. 6.
Nain with his Son.

ibid. ibid.
Tisrel, Yames.

ibid. Richard 3.
Timon of Atbens, beggar'd by Flatterers.

Vol. 5. Timon.
- idem.

ibid. ibid.
last entertainment for the Parafites.

ibid. ibid.
retires, and shakes off humanity.
digging for Roots finds Gold.
visited by Alcibiades, excites him to cruelty.
pinch'd with Hunger, his reflections on the Earth.
compares himself with Apemantus
he gives Gold and encouragement to the Thieves.

visited by his honest Steward:
- by the Poet and Painter.

by the Senators, entreating him to command against Alcibiades.
his Death and Epitaph.

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JA&. Scene. Person.
Wolfey upbraided by Q. Catharine.

Vol. 4. Hen. 8.

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- his refle&tion on his fall.

ibid. ibid.

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his Death related and mix'd Character.

ibid. ibid.

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Grif. Kath.
Y.
Vol. 3:12 Hen. 4.

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York, Archbishop of
York, D. of, enterprizing, valiant, unfortunate. Vol. 4. 2. 3 Hex. 6.

SECT. II.
INDEX of Manners, Pallions, and their

external Effects.
N. B. The Names of the fietitious Persons to whom these Cha-

racters are apply'd, are annex'd in an Alphabetical Index
ensuing. Vid. Seet. 3.

A.
LLY, a perfidious one, in Burgundy.

Vol. 4. 1 Hen. 6.

3

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Ambition.

ibid. Hen. 8.

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cover'd with specious Humility.

Vol. 5. Jul. Cæfar.

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jealous of a successful Friend.

Ant. and Cleop. 3 "I
Ambitious Woman in Eleanor.

Vol. 4: 2 Hen. 6.

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Anger, in the D. of Buckingham.

ibid. Hen. 8.
its external Effe&ts painted.

ibid. ibid.

3 4 Wol.
Affliction.

Vol. 1. Temp.

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Ari.
Admiration.

ibid. ibid.

3 Pro.
Atheistical harden'd Villain. vid. Barnardine.

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Avarice and Cruelty. vid. Shylock. Vol. 2. Mer. of Ven.

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Bihop, true to his Sovereign, Carlife.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
a Rebel, York.

ibid. 2 Hen 4.
Boasters, the Dauphin, &c.

ibid. Hen. s.

3 19. To
the Bastard.
describ'd.

ibid. ibid.

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Courage in old Men.

Vol. 1. M. A. abt. Noth.

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ibid. Tam. of the &c. I
Courage.

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different Notions of it in a Senator, and a General. Vol. 5. Timon.

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Care, in a Merchant.

Vol. 2. Mer. of Ven.
Constancy.

Vol. 5 Ant. and Cleop. 5 5

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GRavity affe&ed, to be thought Wife.

Vol. 2. Mer. of Ven.
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Vol. 3. Richard 2.
Grief, its Nature to multiply afflictions.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
beautifully describ'din Cordelia.

ibid. K. Lear.
- at parting of Lovers, Q. Marg. and Suffolk.

Vol. 4. 2 Hen. 6.
. a Mother's for her Son murther'd.

ibid. 3 Hen. 6.
wrought to Rage in Q. Margaret.

ibid. Richard 3.
a Father's (an Old General) for his Sons and Daughter. V. 5. Tit. Andro.
a virtuous Wife's, wrong'd by her Husband

Vol. 6. Cymbel.
a Husband's on the murther of his Wife and Children. Vol. 5. Macbeth.
a Valiant Father's for the Death of a brave Son.

ibid. ibid.

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Vol.4.

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Queen.
Rich.

Vol. 3. Richard 2.
Kope.

Richard

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Hostess, Quickly.

Vol. 3. 2 Hen. 4.
Highway-man, Gadsbill.

ibid. i Hen. 4.
Horror, its outward effects.

Vol. 4. Hen. 8.
rais’d in the Characters of Aaron, Tamora, and Saturnius. V. Titus Andro.

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Ustices, Country, Shallow and Silesice.

Vol. 3. 2 Hen. 4.
Inconstancy

Vol. 1.2 Gent. Ver.
Jealousy, in Ford.

· ibid. M.W.ofWinds.
Jealousy, the rise and growth of it character'd in Leontes. Vol. 2. Wint. Tale.
Jealousy.

Vol. 6. Tro. and Cres.
in Postbumius

Cymbel.
the motives, growth, and fatal effects of it admirably thew'd
in Othello.

Vol. 6. Othello.
Joy, excess produceth Tears,

Vol. 1. M. A. abt. Noth.
Ingratitude, in Lucullus, Lucius, Sempronius.

Vol. 5. Timon.
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Vol. 3. Richard 2.
wife and valiant, Henry 4. }

Vol. 3. 1 & 2 Hen. 4.
weak, cholerick, miserable, Lear.

ibid. Lear.
meek, religious, unfortunate in Henry 6.

Vol. 4. 1. 2. 3 Hen. 6.
amorous, brave, successful, in Edward 4.

ibid. 3 Hen. 6.
bold, crafty, cruel, dissembling, in Richard 3. ibid. ibid. Richard 3.
brave, religious, fortunate, in Henry 7.

ibid. ibid.
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Vol. 3. Hen. 5.

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virtuous.

Vol. 4.13 Hex. 6.

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protested by Richard 3.

ibid. Richard 3. 4
the first motions express'd by Hen. 8. vid. Anne Bullen.
by Miranda and Ferdinand.

Vol. 1. Tempest.
- the Crosses of it.

ibid. Midf. N.Dr.
Appointment protested.

ibid. ibid.

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its nature.

ibid. ibid.
- Charm to enkindle it.

ibid. libid.
in the Queen of Fairies, beautifully imagin’d. ibid. ibid.

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given over.

ibid. ibid.

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chang'd to averfion.

ibid. ibid.
commended and disprais'd.

ibid. 2 Gent. Ver. I
- froward, and dissembling.

ibid. ibid.
Love, expells all other paflions.

Vol. 2. Mer, of Ven.

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its Original.

ibid. As you like it. 4
- its several Offices.

ibid. ibid.

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--- all other paffions lost in it.

ibid. Twelfth Night. I
.. at first sight.

ibid. ibid.
- in Man and Woman, compar'd.

ibid. ibid.
- conceal'd, beautifully painted.

ibid. ibid.
-- in a young brave General.

Vol. 6. Tro. and Cref.
- constancy in, protested.

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- quitted by a Soldier.
its qualities..

ibid. Rom. and Jul.
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- impatient of absence.

Vol. 6. Othello.

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Lust.

Vol. 1. M.W.of Winds. 1 s
in a grave Minister of State.

ibid. Meas. for Meas. 2

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RAGE, arising from Grief. vid. Northumberland.
Rage, arising in a Father from the undutifulness of his Chil-
dren.

ibid. Lear.
in a Son for the murther of his Father, in Richard. V.4.3. Hen. 6.
Rebel, crafty and timorous. Northumberland.

Vol. 3. Li and 2 Hen. 4.
crafty and resolute. Weftmorland.

ibid. ibid.
. .- brave and indiscreet. Hotspur.

ibid. ibid.
Revenge, implacable.

Vol. 2. Mer. of Ven.

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INDEX of fi&titious Persons, with the Cha-

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