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336

Macbeth, consults the Play. (Vol Page Person.
Witches again.

Macbeth.
his Character by
Malcolm.

327
distracted with
horror.

-despairs on hear-
ing the English ad-
vance against him.

337
-told of his Lady's
Death.

340
-flain by Macduf

344
N.
Northumberland's

grief for Hotspur. 2 Hen. 4. 4 187 North.

O.
Rpheus's Musick. Hen. 8.

5 352 Song
item.
2 Gen. Ver.

186 Pro.
Octavius Cæfar, his

interview with Bru-

tus and Cassius. Ful. Cæfar. 7
[for the rest, vid. An-
tony and Cleopatra,

P.
PErcy, Harry Hot-
Jpur.

4 93 K. Her,
item.
ibid.

146 K. Hen.
-item.
ibid.

168 P. Heni.
his Death.
2 Hen. 4.

187 Mort.
Character, by
Lady Percy. ibid,

213
Portia, a Roman Lady

of an heroic Spirit,
sjid. Brutus.

I

71

i Hen. 4.

Richard the Second,

his ill Conduct, Richard 2.
-item.

Jibid.

24 Gaunt.

Q2

261 Gaunt.

Richard,

i Hen. 4.

S3 Hen. 6.

Rich. 3.

3 Hen. 6.

Richard 3

211

274 Dutch.

Richard the Second, Play. Vol Page Perfon.
his ill Conduct.

Richard 2.

4 31
-item.

145

K, Hen.
Richard I. his Cha-
racter.

K. John.

3 348 Baft.
Richard III. ambiti-
ous, brave, diffem-

and
bling, cruel, unfor-
tunate.

5
-his Birth prodi-
gious.

186 K, Her.
his Person and
Manners described
by Q. Margaret.

-described by his
Mother, the D. of
York.

ibid.
S.
S Alisbury's Death,

and Character. i Hen. 6.
Suffolk, proud, false,
enterprizing 2 Hen. 6.

5
-his Death. ibid.

69
T.
TAlbot, when Priso-
ner in France. i Hen. 6.

4
-slain with his Son. ibid.
Tirrel, James.

5265 Page.
Timon of Athens, beg-
gared by Flatterers. Timon. 6

$ 122 Apem.
-item.

2 127 Flav,
ibid.
--his last entertain-

129 Sen.
ment for the Para-
sites.
ibid.

153
-retires and shakes
off humanity.

155
--digging for Roots,
finds Gold,

159)

4402 Tal.

5

400 Tal.
448

Richard 3.

164

176

Timon, visited by Ali-

Play.

Vol, Page, Person.
biades, excites him
to cruelty. Timon.

6 160
pinch'd withHun-
ger, his reflections
on the Earth.
-compares himself
with Apemantus.

165
-he gives Gold and
encouragement to
the Thieves.

171
-visited by his ho-
neft Steward.

173
hy the Poet and
Painter.
by the Senators,
entreating him to
command against
Alcibiades.

ilo
his Death and
Epitaph.

Vi
Volumnia, a Mother
ofan heroic Spirit. Coriol,

,
-instructs Coriola,
nus to address the
People.
ibid.

411
com diverts him from
destroying Rome.

451
Valeria's Chaltity

praised by her Hur-
band.
ibid.

451

187

360

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the King

Warwick, brave but Play. Vol Page Person.

inconftant. 2, 3 Hen. 6.5
Wolsey, Cardinal, his

Character by Nor-
folk, &c.
Hen. 8.

309
-his Power over
ibid.

335 Norf.
upbraided by Q.
Catharine.
ibid.

345
-his reflection on
his fall.
ibid.

370
his Death related,
and mixed Cha-
racter.
ibid.

379 Grif.Cath.
Y.
YORK, Archbishop
of.

2 Hen 4.

4
York, D. of, enterpriz-

ing, valiant, unfor-
tunate.

5

191 Mort.

2, 3 Hen. 6.

SECT. II.
INDEX of Manners,

Pailions, and their

external Effects.
N. B. The Names of the
fictitious Persons to whorn
these Characters are ap-
plied, are annexed in an
Alphabetical Index en-
suing. Vid. Sc&t. 3.

A.
ALLY, a perfidious

one, in Burgundy. 1 Hen. 6,
Ambition.

Hen. 8,
covered with spe-

cious Humility. (Jul. Cæfar.

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131 Ven.

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59 Ari.

Play. Voll Person,
Ally, jealous of a fuc-

cessful Friend. Ant.and Cleo. 7
Ambitious Woman in
Eleanor,

2 Hen. 6.

5
Anger, in the D. of
Buckingham.
Hen. 8.

311
-its external Ef-
fects painted. ibid.

365 Wol

.
AMiction.

Temp.
Admiration.

ibid.

64 Pro.
Atheistical hardened

Villain, vid. Bar-

nardine.
Avarice and Cruelty.

vid. Shylock. Vol. 2.
Mer. of Ven.

B.
BIshop, true to his
Sovereign, Carlisle. Richard 2.

4
a Rebel, York.
Boafters, the Dauphin,
&c.

334
Boaster, the Bastard. K. Yohn. 3
described. ibid.

C.
Courtier (a bold

plain - dealing )
Gaunt.

Richard 2.
-Kent.

K. Lear.


an accomplished
one, vid. Bucking-
bam, Hen. 8.

5
Courtship, Gloucester's
to Lady Anne.

honourable, in-
joined by a Father. Temp.

51 Prof.
-described. Midl. N. Dr.!

74 Ege.

Court-

2 Hen 4.

Hen. 5:

362

Richard 3

199 Glo.

1

Q 4

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