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Lovers, impatience of

their reluctance to part

parting in the morning
Loyalty

342
345
382
199

116

21

Macbeth, his temper

298
his irresolution

299
his guilty conscience and fears of Ban-
quo

305
Lady, her soliloquy on the news of Dun-
can's approach

299
murdering scene in

300
Macduff, his behaviour on the murder of his wife
and children

311
Madness occasioned by poison
Maidens, their prayers effectual

28
Malcolm, his character of himself

311
Malicious men described ....

190
Man, description of a merry one
in love, humorous description of

87
Man, three things in him disliked by females 91
in tears

115
a plain blunt one described

284
reflections on

244, 290
Man's pre-eminence

18
Margaret, Queen, her speech before the battle of
Tewkesbury

170
her execrations on Richard III. 173

her exprobation in a soliloquy 178
Marriage described

159
alters the temper of both sexes .... 16
Master taking leave of his servants :

200
Mediocrity

39
Melancholy

261
the varieties of

16
the parent of error

280
Men all frail

28
wilful

286
plain blunt ones

284
49, 364

Mercy

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Mercy frequently mistaken
commended in governors

29
Merit always modest

60
Messenger, post, described

136
with ill news

137
Midnight

232
Mind, lowliness of the

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the, alone valuable

68
a disordered one

248
its diseases incurable

316
Mirth and melancholy

38
Mob

205
no stability in one

168
Modesty in youth

6
Moon

53
Moonlight

49
- night

51
Morniny, description of

166, 234
dawn of

166
Mother, fondness of one for a beautiful child (107
ravings of one

109
- grief of one for the loss of her son

110
Murder of the two young princes in the Tower,
description of ..

177
Murderer, countenance of one

113
Muse, invocation to

146
Music

44, 50, 72, 82

Nature, the force of

225
and art

97
Newsbearer

113
Night, description of

59, 163
in a camp described

150
Obedience to princes

185
Octavia's entrance, what it should have been

198
Offences mistaken

285
Oliver's description of danger when sleeping 17
Ophelia, description of her death

260
her interment...

261
npportunity to be seized on all occasions of life . 274

45

Ornament, or appearance, the deceit of
Othello, his description to the Senate of his win-

ning the affections of Desdemona
his first suspicion
his jealousy gaining ground
his story of the handkerchief
his distraction
his fondness ·
his confirmed jealousy
his pathetic upbraidings of Desdemona ·
his irresolution to murder Desdemona
his confusion after the murder
his love
his remorse
his speech before his death

318
321
322
325
326
326
327
328
330
331
331
332
332

Painting

66
to what compared

352
Pardon the sanction of wickedness

27
despair of ....

95
Passion, real, dissembled

15
too strong for vows :

79
a rising one described

285
Pastors ungracious, satires on

237
Patience easier taught than practised

18
and sorrow

291
Patriotism

262
Peace inspires love

59
after a civil war

125
after a siege

216
People, Brutus's speech to the

269
Percy, Lady, her pathetic speech to her husband 128
Perfection admits of no addition

112
human, the extent of

236
Person, description of a murdered one

160
Petition, a tender one
Philosophy, a shepherd's

14
Pity to be discarded in war

385
Playfellows

7
Pleasure, the vanity of

a

12

20

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90

233

Pleasure and
revenge

$72
of doing good

352
Poetry, the power of, with females

91
Popular favour, method to gain

210
Popularity described

118, 207
Portia, her suitors

42
her picture

46
her speech to Brutus

266
Possession more languid than expectation

-42
Power, vanity of

121
abuse of

292
Precepts against ill fortune

212
Preferment

317
Presents prevail with woman
lightly regarded by real lovers

100
Pride cures pride

377
Prodigies
ridiculed

129
Calphurnia's address on

267
Promising and performance, difference between . 363
Prospero's reproof of Ariel

70
Providence directs our actions

261
the justice of

290
Puck, or Robin Goodfellow

59
Quickly, dame, her account of Falstaff's death. 149
Regicides detestable

94
Relenting tenderness

214
Repentance

92
Reputation

117, 322
Resentment, silent, the deepest

160
Resolution
from a sense of honour

35
firm

204
obstinate.

211
Respect described

371
Revenge

269, 367
the Jew's implacable

47
the Jew's reason for ·

48
Rhymers, miserable ones ridiculed

130
Richard III. omeos on the birth of

17

28, 63

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171

Richard III. his soliloquy on his own deformity •

his love for Lady Anne
his praise of his own person
bis hypocrisy
character of, by his mother
starting in his dream :
his address before the battle

his behaviour after an alarum
Richmond, Duke of, his prayer
Ring, description of one
Rising early the way to eminence
Romeo, on his banishment :

- his description of, and discourse with the

apothecary
his conduct with Paris

his last speech over Juliet in the tomb..
Rosalind proposing to wear men's clothes
Royalty, miseries of

inborn
Rumour described

172
172
173
179
180
181
181
180
365
200
343

348
350
351

7
155
228
136

Satire, apology for

11
Say, Lord, his apology for himself

164
Scene of a banquet

306
Scene of Lady Macbeth in her sleep

314
Season, nothing good out of

50
Seducers, custom of

5
Self-accusation of too great love

3
Self-denial, a conquest

20
Self-interest, powerful effects of

106
Senses returning

81
Shepherd, character of an honest and simple one 14
Shepherd's life, the blessings of one

167
Simplicity and duty

58
rural

101
Slander

19, 226
Sleep

79, 266
sound

379
apostrophe to
Solicitation, the season of

213

139

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