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i Hen. 4.

155 Hot:

Cleopatra, her Charac Play Vol Page Personen

ter of Antony when

he had left her: Ant.and Cleo. 7 107 -her failing down theCydnusdescrib'd.

119 (for the reft, vid. Antony. - her Lamentation

over the dead Body of Antony.

191 -resolves to die.

198 --visited by Octavius.

-affronted by her Treasurer Seleucas..

203 - kills herself with Afpicks.

209 D Dowglass.

4
Duncan, King
of Scotland, mur-
dered. vid Macbeth:

E.
EDward the Black
Prince.
Richard 2.

29 York Eleanor, Wife of Duke

Humphrey, ambitious, and given to Superftition. 2 Hen. 6.

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

37 Edward4th,amorous,

brave, successful. 3 Hen. 6. his two Sons.

23 3.

236 -murdered.

268 Edward P. of Wales,l

. Son to Henry 6.. (Richard 3.

199! R 3

Q. Eliz

13

95 06.
96

178)

Play.
Vol Page

Perfon
Q. Elizabeth, prophe-
tically described by
Cranmer.

Henry 8.

5 397 complimented by the Title of the Veftal Queen

Midf. N. Dr. Enobarbus, a brave

Roman Captain. Ant.andClco. 7 --dies with grief for defcrting Antony. ibid.

F. FAulconbridge,boat

ful, brave and enterprizing. K. John. 3 Fulvia's Death and Character. Ant.and Cleo. 7

96 Ant. G. Glendower.

i Hen. 4. 4 138 - described by Hotspur. ibid.

141 Gloucester, Humphry,

D). of, gives up his
white Staff. 2 Hen. 6.

5
-fees his Dutchess's
Proceflion for Pe.

ibid. Accused to the King by the Queen and others. libid.

40 - Arrested for High Treason, he defends himself.

ibid. murdered by ftrangling

libid. Gardiner, Bp. of Il'in

chefter, flattering and cruel. (Henry 8.

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nance.

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392 King.

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Prince.

Richard 2.

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

by Hotspur. ibid.
-his Son Pr. Henry. ibid.
item.

ibid.
Honry 5th.

2 Hen. 4:
item.
Henry 6th, meek, reli-

gious, unfortunate. 1 Hen. 6.
Hen. 8. vid. Q. Catha-
rine, Anne Bullen.

1.
LOHN, K. diffem-
bling, cruel,irrefo-
lute, ur fortunate. Kybn.

3
Joan, the Maid of
Orleans

Hen. 6.

4
-raiseth Friends. ibid.
taken Prisoner. ibid.

condemned to
be burned. ibid.
James I. King, pro-

phetically describ'd
by Cranmer. Hen. 8.

5
Julio Romano, his
Character. Wint. Tale.

3
L.
LEAR, King, cho

leric, fickle, mad,
miserable.

K. Lear. 6
Lepidus's Character by
Antony.

Jul. Cæfar. 7
by Pompey.

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400 Men.

286

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Play

(Volj Page
Mortimer.

4 105
Margaret, Henry
6th's Queen,enrag'd
with her own mife-

ries,exultsatothers. Richard 3.
Noor, Sir Thomas. Hen. 8.

5. 368 W
Mlenenius Agrippa, his

Fable of the Belly
and limbs. Corici, 6

374
his Character by
hior:felf.

(ibid.
- his (haralier of
Cariclanus. libid,

432
Macbeth, his Bravery
in Battle.

Macbeth.
- hath his Greatness
foretoldby Witches.

291
- the conflict of his

Mind when he first
intended to kill the

King.
- his Temper de-
furibed by his Lady.

303
Macbeth, Lady, re-

solves onmurdering
the King, and en-

courages Macbeth.
- he staggers in his

Resolution, and is
confirmed again by
his Wife.

303
his Soliloquy before
he kills the King,
and horror after.

302
-- meditates Banquo's

Death, and

ploys murderers.
- Banquo's Ghost
appears to him,

3271

302

300

eni-

318

Macberb,

363

367

Marbeth, consults the Play.

Vol Page Person.
Witches again.

Macbeth, 6 337
his Character by
Malcolm.

346
distracted. with
horror.

362
- despairs on hear-

ing the English-ad-

vance against him.
-told of his Lady's
Death.

362
-lain by Macduff:

N.
Northumberland's
grief for Hotspur. 2 Hén. 4. 4. 189 North,

O.
Rpheus's Musick.. Hen. 8.

349 Song:
-item. 2 Gèn, Ver. 194 Pro..).
Octavius Cæfar, his

interview with Bru-
tus and Calius. Ful. Cafar. 7 74).

w
[for the rest, vid. An.
tony and Cleopatra.
P.

38 39
PErcy, Harry Hot-
spur.

4 94 K. Hen. :--
-item.
libid.

147 K. Hent
item.
ibid.

169 P. Hen.
his Death..

1E9 Mort:
Character, by
Lady Percy. ibid.

2141
Portia, a Roman Lady

of an heroic Spirit,
vid. Brutus.
R.

le
Richard the Second,

his ill Conduct. Richard 2.. 25 Gaunt.
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libid.

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