« AnteriorContinuar »
S E CT. I.
Vol Pages Person.
Play. ARTHUR, a hope
ful young Prince, unfortunate. Alcibiades, banished
for interceding for
his Friend. Timon. ---vifits Timon with
two Misses. ibid. --:exhorted to Cruel.
ty by him, and the
Women to Luft. ibid. .--conquers Athens.
ibid, Antony, Mark, hisCon
ference with Brutus
Vol Page Perfon. Antony, Mark, speaks
Cæfar's Funeral Oration.
Jul. Cæfar. | 9 50 his Eloquence praised by Caffus. his Valour degene
rates into Fondness for Cleopatra. Ant.and Cleo. -resolves to leave her. his former Bravery described by Ostavius Cæfar.
Pompey's Wilh, that he may live on in love and luxury.
105 ---quarrels with Octa
vius, which ends in a Marriage with Octavia.
107 -his Genius infe. rior to Oétavius's.
116 Sooth.Ant. -complains of Oc
tavius's ill treatment to Octavia.
155 -beats Cæfar, by
Land, and meets
166 ---his Fleet revolting,
he quarrels again
Play. Vol Page, Person.
told the is dead, he
carried to Cleo-
3 361 Cir.
i Hen. 6.
People, to justify
(for the rest, vid.
Catharine, her Speech Play. Vol Page Person,
to the King before
347 recommends her Daughter and Servants to him. ibid.
383 3 Genr. Cromwell, Thomas. ibid. Cranmer's Character by Gardiner. ibid. by Cromwell. ibid.
397 by the King.
ibid. his Speech over Princess Elizabeth. ibid.
402 Coriolanus , brave,
proud, a Contemner of the Populace. Coriolanus. 6 - chides his Soldiers when repuls'd,
364 his Character.
365 Lar. his Entry into Rome after a Victory.
382 Bru. Mef: his Actions summ'd up by Cominius.
388 Com. approv'd by the Tribunes, he rails at the Populace.
420 applies to, and is kindly received by, Aufidius.
430 - not to be diverted
by his Friends from invading Rome.
443 yields to his Mo. ther's Intreaties,
455 Nain by the Envy and Treachery of Aufidius.