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Whereas-where. P. i. 2, n.

Wish him-commend him. T. S. i. 1, n.
I went to Antioch,

I will wish him to her father.
Whereas thou know'st, against the face of death, Wistly-wistfully. R. S. v. 4, n.
I sought the purchase of a glorious beauty.

And speaking it, he wistly look'd on me. Wherein-in that. A. L. I. 2, n.

Wit-mental power in general. M. V. ii. 1, n. Punish me not with your hard thoughts, wherein If my father had not scanted me, I confess me much guilty to deny so fair and ex And hedg'd me by his wit, to yield myself. cellent ladies anything.

Wit—understanding. J. C. iii. 2, n. Wherein went he-in what dress did he go. A. L. For I have neither wit, nor words, nor worth. iii. 2, n.

• Wit, whither wilt?' A. Liv. 1, n. How looked he? Wherein went he

A man that had a wise with such a wit, he might Which now you censure him-- which now you censure

say, — Wit, whither wiltri him for. M, M. ii. 1, n.

Witchcraft, law against, by James I. 0. i. 3, i. Err'd in this point which now you censure him.

The bloody book of law Which often,-thus,-correcting thy stout heart. You shall yourself read in the bitter letter. Cor. iii, 2, n.

With tem pering. V. A. n.
Waving thy head,

What wax

so frozen but dissolves with temWhich often,- thus,-correcting thy stout heart,

pering, Now humble as the ripest mulberry.

And yields at last to every light impression ? Whiffler. H. F. v. Chorus, i.

With the inanner-in the fact. W. T. iv. 3, n. Like a mighty whiffler 'fore the king.

IP you had not taken yourself with the manner. Whipping, custom of. A. W. ii. 2,i.

With what encounter so uncurrent.

W.T. iii. 2, n. Do you cry, O Lord, sir,' at your whipping?

Since he came White death-paleness of death. A. W. ii. 3, n.

With what encounter so uncurrent I Let the white death sit on thy cheek for ever.

Have strain'd to appear thus. Whiter, Mr., explanation of the passage. A. L. Without knives. T. Ath. i. 2, n. iii. 2, i.

Methinks, they should invite them without Helen's cheek, but not her heart;

knives.
Cleopatra's majesty;

Wits--senses. M. A i. 1, n.
Atalanta's better part;

In our last conflict, four of his five wits went
Sad Lucretia's modesty.

halting off. Whitsun morris-dance. H. F. ii. 4, i.

Wits, the-A. L. i. 2, n. Were busied with a Whitsun morris-dance.

The dulness of the fool is the whetstone of the Whitsters-launders. M. W. iii. 3, n.

wits. Carry it among the whitsters in Datchet mead. Witty-of sound judgment, of good understanding. Whose unwished yuko-to whose unwished yoke. H. 6, T. P. i. 2, n. M. N. D. i. 1, n.

For they are soldiers, Whose unwished yoke

Witty, courteous, liberal, full of spirit. My soul consents not to give sovereignty.

Woe to his correction--woe compared to his correcWidowhood-property to which a widow is entitled. tion. G. V. ii. 4, n. T. S. ii. 1, n.

There is no wue to his correction. And, for that dowry, I 'll assure her of

Wolfish. Cor. ii. 3, 11. Her widowhood.

Why in this wolfish gown should I stand here? Wild-weald. H. 4, F. P. ii. 1, n.

Woman of the world-married. A. L. v. 3, n. There's a franklin in the wild of Kent hath

I hope it is no dishonest desire, to desire to be brought three hundred marks with him in gold. a woman of the world. Wild-goose chase. R. J. ii. 4, i.

Woman-tired-hen-pecked. W. T. ii. 3, n. Wilderness-wildness. M. M. iii. 1, n.

Thou dotard, thou art woman-tired. Por such a warped slip of wilderness

Women actors. M. N. D. i. 2, i. Ne'er issued from his blood.

You shall play it in a mask.
Will be his fire. Cor. ii. 1, n.

Wont-are accustomed. H. 6, F.P. i. 4, n.
This, as you say-suggested

How the English, in the suburbs close inAt some time when his soaring insolence

trench'd, Shall teach the people,-(which time shall not Wont, through a secret grate of iron bars want,

In yonder tower, to overpeer the city. If he be put upon 't, and that 's as easy

Wood-mad, wild-G. V. ii. 3, n. As to set dogs on sheep,) will be his fire

Like a wood woman. To kindle their dry stubble.

Wood-wild, mad. M. N. D. ii. 2, n. Will find employment—will find employment for. And here am I and wood within this wood. H. E. ii. 1, n.

Wood - mad. H. 6, F. P. iv. 7, 11. And generally, whoever the king favours,

How the young whelp of Talbot's, raging wood, The cardinal instantly will find employment.

Did flesh his puny sword in Frenchmen's blood Will to her consent-will in proportion to her con Wood-mad. v. A.n. sent. R. J. i. 2, n.

Life-poisoning pestilence, and frenzies wood. My will to her consent is but a part,

Woodbine. M. N. D. iv. 1, n. Wimpled-veiled. L. L. L. iii, 1, n.

So doth the woodbine the sweet honeysuckle This wimpled, whining, purblind, wayward boy. gently entwist. Wincot. T. S. Induction, 2, i.

Woodman-hunter.

M. W. v. 5, n. The fat ale-wife of Wincot.

Am I a woodman! ha! Windering-winding. T. iv. 1, n.

Woolward-wanting a shirt. L.L. L. v. 2, n. You nymphs called Naiads, of the windering I go woolward for penance. brooks.

i. Windinos-eyelids. V. A. n.

The woosel-cock, so black of hue, Her two blue winderos faintly she upheaveth.

With orange tawny bill. Windsor forest. H. 4, S. P. iv. 4. i.

Worm. M. M. iii. 1, n. I think he's gone to hunt, my lord, at Windsor. For thou dost fear the soft and tender fork Windsor, state of, in the time of Henry IV. M.W. Of a poor wurin. i.l.i.

Worth-fortune, wealth. T. N. ii. 3, n. Never a woman in Windsor knows more of But where my worth, as is my conscience, Anne's mind than I do.

firm. Winter's pale. W. T. iv. 2, n.

• Worth a Jew's eye.' M. V. ii. 5, i. For the red blood reigns in the winter's pale.

Will be worth a Jewess' eye. Wise-woman--witch. M.'w.iv. 5, n.

Worth the whistle. L. iv. 2, n. Was 't not the wise-woman of Brentford ?

I have been worth the whistle. Vol. XII.

2 P

Worts-generic name of cabbages. M. W. i. 1, n. Yield (v.) reward. A. C. iv. 2, R.
Good worts! good cabbage !

Tend me to-night two hours, I ask no more, Would-it would. A. W.i. 1, n.

And the gods yield you for 't. Had it stretched so far, wvuld have made nature Yonder generation. M. M. iv. 3, n. immortal.

Ere twice the sun hath made his journal greeting Wound-twisted round. T. ii. 2,7.

To yonder generation, you shall find
Sometime am I

Your safety manifested.
All wound with adders.

York, duchess of. R. S. v. 2, i. Wrack-wreck. 0. ii. 1, n.

You are allow'd-you are an allowed fool. L. L, L. A noble ship of Venice

V. 2, n. Hath seen a grievous track and sufferance.

Go, you are allow'd.
Wreak--revenge. Cor. iv. 5, n.

You are too young in this. A. L. i. 1, a.
Then if thou hast

Come, come, elder brother, you are too young A heart of wreak in thee, that will revenge

this. Thine own particular wrongs.

You are senseless-be you senseless. Cy. ii. 3, s. Wren of nine. T. N. iii. 2, n.

So seem, as if Look where the youngest wren of nine comes.

You were inspir'd to do those duties which Wretch. 0. iii. 3, n.

You tender to her, that you in all obey her, Excellent wretch! Perdition catch

my
soul

Save when command to your dismission tends, But I do love thee.

And therein you are senseless. Writhled-wrinkled. H.6, F. P. ii. 3, n.

You priority-you of priority. Cor. i. 1, n. It cannot be this weak and urithled shrimp

We must follow you: Should strike such terror to his enemies.

Right worthy you priority. Wrying-deviating from the right path. Cy. v. 1,8. Younger-youngling. M. V. ii. 6,*,

How many

How like a younger, or a prodigal. Must murther wives much better than them. Your eyes. A. L. 1. 2, n. selves,

If you saw yourself with your eyes, or knes For wrying but a little !

yourself with your judgment.

Your gaskins fall. T. N. 1.3, n.
Y.

Clown. But I am resolved on two points.

Maria. That if one break the other will hold; Yare-ready, nimble. M. M. iv. 2, n.

or, if both break, your gaskins fall. You shall find me yare. Yare--nimble. A. c. ii. 11, n.

z. A halter'd neck, which does the hangman thank, For being yare about him.

Zeal, now melted. J. ii. 2, n. Yarely-quickly, readily. T. i. 1, n.

Lest zeal, nou melted, by the windy breath Fall to 't yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Of soft petitions, pity, and remorse, Yeoman--bailift's follower. H. 4, S. P. ii. 1, n.

Cool and congeal again to what it was. Where's your yeoman:

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PERSONS REPRESENTED,

PLAYS.

APPEARANCES, AARON, a Moor.

T. And. Act i. Sc. 2; ii. 1, 3, 4; iii. 1; iv. 2; v. 1, 3. Abergavenny, Lord

H. E..

i. 1. Abhorson, an executioner

M. M. iv. 2, 3. Abram, servant to Montague

R. J.

i.l. Achilles, a Grecian commander

T. C. ii. 1, 3; iii. 3 ; iv. 5; v.1, 5, 6, 7, 9. Adam, servant to Oliver

A, L. i.l; ii. 3, 6, 7. Adrian, a lord

T.

ii. 1; iii. 3; v. 1. Adriana, wife to Antipholus of Ephesus

C. E. ii. 1, 2; iv. 2, 4; v. l. Ægeon, a merchant of Syracuse

C. E. i. l; v. 1. Æmilia, wife to Ægeon, an Abbess at Ephesus C. E.

v. 1. Æmilius, a noble Roman

T. And, iv. 4; v. 1, 3, Æneas, a Trojan commander

T.C. i. 1, 2, 3; iv. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; v. 2, 11. Agamemnon, the Grecian general

T.C. i. 3; ii. 3; iii. 3; iv. 5; v. 1, 5, 10. Agrippa, friend of Cæsar

A.C.. ii. 2, 4, 7; iii, 2,6 ; iv. 1, 6, 7; v. 1. Ague-cheek, Sir Andrew

T. N. i, 3; ii. 3, 5; iii, 1, 2, 4; iv. 1; v. 1. Ajax, a Grecian commander

T.C. ii. 1, 3; iii. 3; iv. 5; v. 1, 5, 6, 10. Alarbus, son to Tamora

T. And. i. 2. Albany, Duke of

L.

i. 1, 4; iv. 2; v. 1, 3. Alcibiades, an Athenian general

. T. Ath. i, 1, 2; ii. 2; iii. 5; iv. 3; v. 5. Alençon, Duke of

H. 6, F.P. i. 2, 6; ii. 1; iii. 2, 3; iv. 7; v. 2, 4. Alexander, servant to Cressida

T.C.

i. 2. Alexas, an attendant on Cleopatra

A.C. i. 2, 3,5; ii. 5; iii. 3; iv. 2.
Alice, a lady attending on the Princess Katherine H. F. iii. 4; v. 2.
Alonzo, King of Naples

T.

i. 1; ii. 1; iii. 3; v. I. Ambassador

H.

V. 2. Ambassadors to the King of England

H. F.

i. 2. Amiens, a lord, attending upon the Duke in his A, L. ii. 1, 5, 7; V. 4.

banishment. Andromache, wife to Hector

T.C.

v. 3. Andronicus, Marcus, brother to Titus Andronicus T. And. i. 1, 2; ii. 2, 5; iii, 1, 2; iv. 1, 3; v. 2, 3. Andronicus, Titus, a noble Roman

T. And. i. 2; ii. 2, 4; iii. 1, 2; iv. 1, 3; v. 2, 3. Angelo, a goldsmith

C. E. iii. 1, 2; iv. 1; v. 1. Angelo, the deputy (in the Duke's absence) M. M. i. 1; ii. 1, 2, 4; iv. 4; v. I. Angus, a nobleman of Scotland

i. 3, 4, 6; V, 2, 4, 7. Anne, Lady, widow of Edward Prince of Wales, R, T. i. 2; iv. l.

son to King Henry VI. ; afterwards married

to the Duke of Gloster. Antenor, a Trojan commander

T.C. i. 2; iv. 1, 3, 4. Antigonus, a Sicilian lord

W. T..

ii. 1, 3; iii. 3. Antiochus, king of Antioch Antipholus of Ephesus, twin-brother to Anti- C. E. iii. 1; iv. 1, 4; v. l.

pholus of Syracuse, but unknown to him,

and son to Ægeon and Æmilia. Antipholus of Syracuse, twin-brother to Anti. C. E. • i. 2; ii. 2; iii. 2; iv. 3, 4; v. I.

pholus of Ephesus, but unknown to him,

and son to Ægeon and Æmilia. Antonio, father to Proteus

G. V.

i. 3. Antonio, the Merchant of Venice

M. V. i. 1, 3; ii. 6; iii. 3; iv. 1; v. 1. Antonio, brother to Leonato

M.A..

i. 2; ii. 1; v. 1, 4. Antonio, a sea captain, friend to Sebastian T.N. ii. 1 ; iii. 3, 4; v. 1. Antonio, brother to Prospero, and usurping Duke T.

i. 1; ii. 1; iii. 3; v. 1.
of Milan,
Antonius, Marcus, a triumvir after the death of J.C. i. 2; ii. 2; iii. 1, 2; iv. l; v. 1, 4, 5.

Julius Caesar.
Antony, Mark, a triumvir

A. C.. i. 1, 2, 3; ii. 2, 3, 6,7; iii. 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 1);

iv. 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13.

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PERSONS REPRESENTED.

PLAYS.

APPEARANCES.
A pemantus, a churlish philosopher

T. Ath. Act i. Sc. 1. 2; ii. 2; iv. 3.
A pothecary

v.l.
Archidamus, a Bohemian lord

W. T. i. 1.
Arcite, in love with Emilia

T. N. K. i. 2; ii, 1, 2, 3, 5; iii. 1, 3, 5, 6; v. 1,3, 4.
Ariel, an airy spirit .

T.

i. 2; ii l; iii. 2, 3; iv. l; v.l.
Armado, Don Adriano de, a fantastical Spaniard L. L. L. . 1. 2; iii. l; v. 1, 2.
Arragon, Prince of

M. V. ii. 9.
Artemidorus, a sophist of Cnidos

J. C. ii. 3; iii. 1.
Arthur, Duke of Bretagne, son of Geffrey, late J.

ii. 1; iii. 1, 2, 3; iv. 1, 3.
Duke of Bretagne, the elder brother of King

John.
Arviragus, son to Cymbeline, disguised under the Cy. iii. 3, 6; iv. 2, 4; v. 2, 3, 5.

name of Cadwal, supposed son to Belarius,
Astringer, a gentle

A. W. v. 1, 3.
Athenian, an old

T. Ath. i. 1.
Attendant on the young Prince Mamillius

W. T. . ii. 3.
Audrey, a country wench .

A. L.

iii. 3; v. 1, 3, 4.
Aufidius, Tullus, general of the Volces

Cor.

i, 2, 8, 9; iv. 5, 7; v. 2, 3, 5.
Aumerle, Duke of, son to the Duke of York R.S. i. 3, 4; ii. 1; iii. 2, 3; iv. 1 ; 1.2, 3.
Austria, Archduke of

J.

ii. 1, 2; iii. 1.
Autolycus, a rogue •

W. T. iv. 2, 3; v. 2.
Auvergne, Countess of

H. 6, F. P. ii. 3.

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Bagot, a creature to King Richard

R.S. i. 4; ii. 1, 2; iv. I.
Balthazar, a merchant .

C.E.

iii. l.
Balthazar, servant to Portia

M. V.

iii. 4.
Balthazar, servant to Don Pedro

M.A. i. l; ii. 1, 3.
Balthazar, servant to Romeo

R. J. i. l; v. 1, 3.
Banquo, a general of the King's army

M. . i. 3, 4, 6; ii. 1, 3; iii, 1, 3.
Baptista, a rich gentleman of Padua

T. S. i. 1; ii. 1; iii. 2; iv. 4 ; v. 1, 2.
Bardolph, follower of Falstaff

M. W.

i, 1, 3; ii. 2; iii. 5; iv. 3, 5.
Bardolph.

H. 4, F. P. ii. 2,4; iii. 3; iv. 2.
Bardolph, Lord, an enemy to the King

H. 4, S. P. i. 1, 3.
Bardolph .

H. 4, S. P. ii. 1, 2, 4; iii. 2; iv. 3; v. 1, 3, 5.
Bardolph, formerly servant to Falstaff, now a H. F. ii, 1, 3; iii, 2.

soldier in King Henry's army
Barnardine, a dissolute prisoner

M. M. iv. 3; v.l.
Bassanio, friend to Antonio

M. V.. i. 1, 3; ii. 2; iii. 2; iv. l; v.1.
Basset, of the Red Rose, or Lancaster faction H. 6, F.P. iii. 4; iv. I.
Bassianus, brother to Saturninus .

T. And. i. 1, 2; ii. 2, 3.
Bastard of Orleans

H. 6, F. P. i. 2; ii. 1; iii. 2, 3; iv. 7; V. 4.
Bates, a soldier in King Henry's army.

H. F.. iv. 1.
Beatrice, niece to Leonato

M. A. 1. 1; ii. 1, 3; iii. 1, 4; iv. l; v. 2, 4.
Beaufort, Cardinal, Bishop of Winchester, great- H. 6, S. P. i. 1, 3; ii. 1 ; iii. 1, 2, 3.

uncle to the King.
Bedford, Duke of, brother to the King .

H, F. . i. 2; ii. 2; iii. 1; iv. 1, 3; v. 2.
Bedford, Duke of, uncle to the King, and regent H. 6, F. P. i. 1; ii. 1, 2; iii. 2.

of France.
Belarius, a banished lord, disguised under the Cy. iii. 3, 6; iv. 2, 4; v. 2, 3, 5.

name of Morgan.
Belch, Sir Toby, uncle of Olivia

T. N.. i, 3, 5; ii, 3, 5; iii. 1, 2, 4; iv. 1, 2; v. l.
Benedick, a young lord of Padua, favourite of Don M. A. i. l; ii. 1, 3; iii. 2; iv. l; v, 1, 2, 4.

Pedro.
Benvolio, nephew to Montague, and friend to R. J. i. 1, 2, 4; ii. 1, 4; iii. 1.

Romeo.
Berkeley, Earl

ii. 3.
Bernardo, an officer

i. 1, 2.
Bertram, Count of Rousillon

A. W. i. 1, 2; ii. 1, 3, 5; iii. 3, 5, 6; iv. 2, 3; 4. S.
Bianca, daughter to Baptista, and sister to Kathe- T. S. i. l; ii. 1; iii, 1, 2; iv. 2; v. 1, 2.

rina,
Bianca, a courtezan

0.

iii. 4; iv. l; v.1.
Bjondello, servant to Lucentio

T. S. i. 1, 2; ii. 1; iii. 2; iv, 2, 4; v. 1, 2.
Biron, Lord, attending on the King

L. L, L. i. l; ii. 1; iii, 1; iv. 3; v. .
Blanch, daughter to Alphonso King of Castile, J.

ii, 1, 2; iii. .
and niece to King John.

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PERSONS REPRESENTED.

PLAYS.

APPEARANCES.
Blount, Sir James

R. T. Act v. Sc. 2.
Blunt, Sir Walter

H. 4, F. P. i. 1,3; iii. 1; iv. 3 ; v. 1, 3,
Boling broke, Henry, Duke of Hereford, son to R. S. • i. 1,3; ii. 3; iii. 1, 3; iv. l; v. 3, 0.

John of Gaunt, afterwards King Henry IV.
Bolingbroke, a conjuror; and a spirit raised by H. 6, S. P. i. 4; ii. 3.

him.
Bona, sister to the French Queen

H. 6, T. P. iii. 3.
Borachio, follower of Don John

M. A. . i. 3; ii. 1,2; iii. 3; iv. 2; v. 1.
Bottom, the weaver

M. N. D. . i. 1; iii, 1; iv. 1, 2.
Bouchier, Cardinal, Archbishop of Canterbury R. T. iii. 1.
Boult, servant to the Pander

iv. 3, 6.
Bourbon, Duke of

H.F. iii. 5; iv. 5.
Boy

M. A. ii. 3.
Boy, servant to Nym, Bardolph, and Pistol H. F. ii. 1, 3; iii. 2; iv. 4.
Boy

R. J.

i. 2.
Boyet, a lord attending on the Princess of France L. L. L. ii. l; iv. 1; v. 2.
Brabantio, a senator ; father to Desdemona 0.

i. 1, 2, 3.
Brakenbury, Sir Robert, Lieutenant of the Tower R. T. i. i, 4; iv. 1.
Brandon

H. E.. i. 1.
Brother to the Gaoler

T. N. K.

iv. 1.
Brutus, Decius, a conspirator against Julius Cæsar J. C. i. 2; ii. 1, 2; ii. 1.
Brutus, Marcus, a conspirator against Julius Cæsar J. C. ii. 1, 2; iii. 1, 2; iv. 2, 3; v. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Brutus, Junius, a tribune of the people .

Cor. i. l; ii. 1, 2, 3; iii. 1, 3; iv. 2, 6; v.1.
Buckingham, Duke of'; of the King's party H. 6, S. P. i. 1, 3, 4; ii. l; iii. 1 ; iv. 4, 8, 9; v. I.
Buckingham, Duke of

R. T. i. 3; ii. 1, 2; iii. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7; iv. 2 ; v. 1.
Buckingham, Duke of .

H, E. i. 1; ii. 1.
Bull-calf, a recruit

H. 4, S. P. iii. 2.
Bullen, Anne, Maid of Honour to Queen Kathe- H. E. i. 4; ii. 3.

rine; afterwards Queen.
Burgundy, Duke of

H. F. ii, 4; v.2.
Burgundy, Duke of

H. 6, F. P. i. 2; ii. 1,2 ; iii. 2, 3; iv. 7; v. 2.
Burgundy, Duke of

L.

i. 1.
Bushy, a creature to King Richard

R. S. i. 4; ii. 1, 2 ; iii. 1.
Butts, Doctor, physician to the King

H, E.

V. 2.

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Cade, Jack, a rebel .

H. 6, S. P. iv. 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10.
Cæsar, Julius

J. C.

i. 2; ii. 2 ; iii. 1.
Cæsar, Octavius, a triumvir after the death of Ju. J. C. . iv. l; v. 1, 5.

lius Caesar.
Cæsar, Octavius, a triumvir

A, C.

i. 4; ii. 2, 3, 6, 7; iii. 2, 6, 8, 10 ; iv. 1, 6,

10; v. 1, 2.
Caius, Dr., a French physician

M. W. i. 4; ii. 3; iii. 1, 2, 3; iv. 2, 5; v. 3, 5.
Caliban, a savage and deformed slave

i. 2; ii. 2; iii. 2; iv. l; v. l.
Calphurnia, wife to Cæsar

J.C. i. 2; ii. 2.
Cambridge, Earl of, a conspirator against the King H. F. ii. 2.
Camillo, a Sicilian lord

W.T. i. 1,2; iv. 1, 3; v. 3.
Campeius, Cardinal

H. E..

ii. 2, 4; iii. 1.
Canidius, lieutenant-general to Antony

A.C. iii. 7, 8.
Canterbury, Archbishop of

H. F. i. 1, 2.
Caphis, servant to one of Timon's creditors T. Ath. ii. 1, 2.
Captain, a Sea, friend to Viola

T. N.

i. 2.
Captain of a band of Welshmen

R. S. ii. 4.
Captain

H.
Captain, a Roman

Cy.

iv. 2.
Captain

• T. And. i. 2.
Captain, Sea, Master, and Master's Mate

H. 6, S. P. iv. l.
Captains, two British

Cy.
Capucius, ambassador from the Emperor Charles V. H. E. .
Capulet

R. J. i. 1, 2,5; iii. 1, 4, 5; iv. 2, 4, 5; 6. 3.
Capulet, Lady, wife to Capulet

R. J. i. 1, 3; iii. 1, 4, 5; iv. 2, 3, 4, 5; v.3
Carlisle, Bishop of

R. S. iii. 2, 3; iv. l; v. 6.
Casca, a conspirator against Julius Cæsar

J. C.

i. 2, 3; ii. 1, 2; iii. 1.
Cassandra, daughter to Priam; a prophetess T.C. ii. 2 ; v. 3.
Cassio, lieutenant to Othello

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i. 2; ii. 1, 3; iii, 1, 3, 4; iv. 1; v. 1, 2.
Cassius, a conspirator against Julius Cæsar. J. C. i, 2, 3; ii. l; üi. 1, 2; iv. 2, 3; v. 1, 3.

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