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N. B. The word in parenthesis denotes the Play wherein the paf.
Jage is to be found; the numeral, the volume; the figure, the page; and the word in Italic charaflers, the person who: Speuks.
RTHUR, a hopeful young Prince, unfortunate,(King
John) vol. v.. Alcibiades, banithed for interceeding for his friend, (Timon); X 56.
-visits Timon with two misles, (ibid) 65:
-exhorted to cruelty. by him, and the women to luítz (ibid) 68.
-conquers Athens, (ibid) 96. Antony, Mark, his conference with Brutus after Cæsar wasmurdered, (Julius Cæsar) i. 151.
-his reflections on it when alone, 155. Antony, Mark, spcaks Cæsar's funeral oration, (Julius Ca. far) x. 159.
-his eloquence praifed by Calius, 1856 -his valour degenerates into fondness for Cleopatrag: (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 105,
-Relolves to leave hier, 114. -his former bravery described by Ocavius Cu?ar, 124. -Pompey's with that he may live on in love and luxury, quarrels with Octavius, which ends in a marriage with Odavia, 133. -his genius inferior to Octavius's, 143. Sooth. Ant. -complains of Octavius's ill treatment to Octavia, 163,
Antony, beaten at Actium, and despairs after it, 181, 182,
-sends to Octavius to treat, and is refused, 184.
-beats Cæfar by land, and meets the Queen in rapture,
-his fleet revolting, he quarrels again with Cleopatra,
-being told the is dead, he falls on his sword, (Antony
-and Cleopatra, 22.9.
Burgundy, Duke of, a false, ally, (1 Henry VI) vii. 186.
-condenned, (ibid) 274.
-item, (ibid) 288. Chamberlain..
-item, (ibid) 320. 2 Gentleman,
-spirited up by Callius against Cæfar, 104.
-opens himself freely to the conspirators, 130.
-fees Cæfar's ghost, 18..
takes his last farewel of Callius, 188.
buth) ix. 45. Marbeibo
с CONSTANCE, a mother paflionately fond, (King John) Cade, John, a bold crafty rebel, (2 Henry VI) vii. 285. Pork. Clifford, bold and revengeful, (3 Henry VI) viñ. Cæsar, Julius, (Richard III) 170. Prince. Catherine, Queen to Henry VIII. (Henry VIII) 281. Norf. -pitied by Anne Bullen, (ibid) 285. -her speech to the King before her divorce, (Henry VIII)
- his speech over Princess Elizabeth (ibid) 354.
-Sain by the envy and treachery of Aufidius, 2:30.
-afsaffinated, filid) 148.
Caffius his quarrel with Brutus, 171.
-kills hintelf, 190. -moarned and praised by Titinius, Messala and Brutus,
190. Catia's character, 11n. Cafia. Cleopatra, the power of her beauty over Antony, (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 108. Ant. 141. Eng.
-her character of Antony when he brad left her, (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 125, -her failing down the Cydnus described, 140. [for the rest,
vii. Antony - her lamentation over the dead body of Antony, 220. refolves to die, 228. visited by Octavius, 232. -affronted by her treasurer Seleucus, 234. -kills herself with aspics, 241.
Duncan, King of Scotland, murdered, vid. Macbeth.
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E EDWARD the black Prince, (Richard !!! vi. 35: York.
Eleanor, wife of duke Humphrey, ambitious and given to superstition, (2 Henry VI) vii. 242. -walks in procession for penance, and is banished, (2.Hen
ry VI) 271. Edward IV. amorous, bravs, successful, (3 Henry VI) viïi. his two sons, (Richard III) viii. 164 167. ---murdered, 205. Edward Prince of Wales, fon to Henry VI. (Richard III) Elizabeth, Queen, prophetically described by, Cranmer,
(Henry Viil) viii. 355 -complimented by the title of the Vestal Queen, (Midsum
mer Night's Dream) i. 108. Ob. Enobarbus, a brave Roman Captain, (Antony and Clea.
paira) ix.. dies with grief for deserting Antony, (ibid) 205.
F F A ULCON BRIDGE, boastful, brave and enterprizing,
(King Jolu) v.