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VollPage Cæfar, Julius, fufpicious of Cafius. Jul. Cæfar. 7

13 Cæf. refuseth the Crown was offer'd.

14 Cafe. --addicted to Super

ftition, and loved Flattery.

28 Caf. Dec. -dissuaded by Calphurnia from going to the Senate.

33 his Contempt of Death.

33 Cel. firm against those who wrong him. ibid.

40 Cæf. - Affaffinated, ibid.

41 -his Ghost appears to Brutus.

69 Caffius confers with

Brutus against CeSar.

8 -his Character.

refolves to kill himself, if Cæfar is made King

19 -his Quarrel with Brutus.

60 -ill Omens stagger him, tho' an Epi.

73 - presages he should die on hisBirth-day.

76 -kills himself.

mourned and praised by Titinius, Mefjala and Brutus.

13 Cef

curean.

76

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77 Casca's Character. Cleopatra, the Power of her Beauty over Ant. and

86 Ant. Antony. Cleo.

Cloo

16 Caf

114 Eno.

Cleopatra, her Charac- Play. Vol Page 1 Perfor.

ter of Antony when
he had left her. Ant,and Cleo. 7 102

-her failing down the Cydnus describ’d,

113 [for the rest, vid. Antony.

-her Lamentation over the dead Body of Antony.

179 -refolves to die.

186 visited by Octavius.

189 -affronted by her Treasurer Seleucus.

190 -kills herself with Alpicks.

195 D.

Dowglass.

i Hen. 4•

154 Hot,

Duncan, King of Scotland, murdered. vid. Macbeth,

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E Dward the Black
Prince.

Richard 2.
Eleanor, Wife of Duke

Humphrey, ambitious, and given to Superftition.

2 Hen. 6. -walks in Procession for Penance, and is banished.

2 Hen. 6. Edward4th, amorous, brave, successful.

3

Hen. 6. -his two Sons.

-murdered. Edward P. of Wales,

Sen to Henry 6.

38

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89 OL.

169

K. John.

92 Ant.

Play. Vol Page | Person.
Q. Elizabeth, prophe-
tically described by
Cranmer.

Henry 8.

5 402
complimented by

the Title of the
Veftal Queen.

Midf. N. Dr. I
Enobarbus, a brave

Roman Captain Ant.and Cleo. 7
-dies with grief for
deserting Antony. ibid.

F.
FAulconbridge, boast-

ful, brave and en-
terprizing

3
Fulvia's Death and
Character.

Ant.and Cleo.

7
G.
Glendower.

4 136
-described by
Hotspur.
ibid.

140
Gloucester, Humphrey,

D. of, gives up his
white Staff.

2 Hen. 6.

5 34
-fees his Dutchess's
Procession for Pe-

ibid.
Accused to the
King by the Queen

and others. ibid.
-Arrested for High
Treason, he defends
himself,
ibid.

43
murdered by
strangling
ibid.

56 War.
Gardiner, Bp. of Win-

chefter, flattering
and cruel. Henry 8.

HENRY

i Hen, 4.

1

nance.

38

41

397) King.

i Hen. 4.

2 Hen. 4.
Henry 5;

171 Ver.
253 K. Hen.

H.

Play. VolfPage Person.
HENRY 5th, whilft
Prince.

Richard 2.

4

77 Boling.
item.

144 K. Hen.
Hotspur, (vid. Percy)
Hen. 5th in Armour. ibid.
Henry 4th described
by Hotspur. ibid.

157

Ver.
his Son Pr. Henry. ibid.

162
item.
Henry 5th.
-item.
i Hen 6.

286. Cant.
Henry 6th, meek, reli-
gious, unfortunate. 1,2,3, Hen...

388
Hen. 8. vid. Q. Catha-
rine, Anne Bullen,

I.
JOHN, K. diffem-

bling, cruel, irreso-
lute, unfortunate.

K. John.

3
Joan, the Maid of
Orleans.

i Hen. 6.

4 394
-raiseth Fiends. ibid.

453
-taken Prisoner. ibid.

454
-Condemned
be burned.

ibid.
James I. King, pro-

phetically describd
by Cranmer. Hen. 8.

5 403
Julio Romano, his
Character.

Wint, Tale.

3

328 3 Gent.
L.
LEAR, King, cho-

leric, fickle, mad,
miserable.

K. Lear. 6
Lepidus's Character
by Antony. Jul. Cæfar. 7

58
-by Pompey. Ant.and Cleo 105
VOL. VIII.

Mortimer.

to

458

371 Wol.

377 Men,

M.

Play. (Vol Page Person.
Mortimer.

i Hen. 4•

4 104
Margaret, Henry
6th's Queen,enrag
with her own mise-

ries, exults at others. Richard 3.
Moor, Sir Thomas. Hen. 8.

5
Menenius Agrippa, his

Fable of the Belly
and Limbs. Coriol.

6

352
- his Character by
himself.

libid.
his Character of
Coriolanus. ibid.

409
Macbeth, his Bravery
in Battle.
Macbeth.

270
hath his Greatness
foretold by Witches.

274
the conflict of his
Mind when he first
intended to kill the
King.

277
-his Temper de
fcribed by his Lady.

281
Macbeth, Lady, re-

folves on murdering
the King, and en-

282
he staggers in his
Resolution, and is
confirmed again by
his Wife.

284
-hisSoliloquy before
he kills the King,
and horror after.

288
- meditates Banquo's

Death, and
ploys murderers.

301
Banquo's Ghost

courages Macbeth.

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appears to him.

308

Macbeth,

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