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Kings and Governors, 284
Knight, Mr. C., 347 note
Know=approve, bless, 36
Knowledge, value of, 227

Heathen characters, 113
Heaven, happiness of, 308

fights for the good, 312
Help=helper, 83
Henley, Mr., 103, 111, 187, 291

note, 305 note, 335
Herod, 87
Holy Land, 131
Homilies, quoted, 74, 236, 335
Hook, Dean, 357
Hooker, 389 note
Horace, quoted, 147, 225, 227,

244, 254, 307 note
Horne Tooke, 306 note
Hospitality, 218
Hume, David, 346
Humility, 249
Hurd, Bp., 248 note

Lamb, Charles, 345
Learn=to teach, 36
Leasing=lying, 37
Let=to hinder, 37
Life of Man, 146
Lightfoot, Bishop, 366
Likiug=plumpness, 37
List=to choose, 38
Lloft, Mr. Capel, 2 note
Lord's Prayer, III
Lowth, Bp., 10, 14, 25
Lucifer, 121
Lucretius, quoted, 401

Idleness, 194, 225
Immortality of soul, 267, 287
Ingram, Dr., 189 note
Ingratitude, 214, 252
Intercession, 184
Intermediate state, 296

Macaulay, Lord, 21, 356
McLeod, Dr. Norman, 358
McNeile, Dean, 357
Malediction, 239
Malone, Mr., 9, 122, 149, 208,

217 note, 221 note, 236, 248,
305, 326, 334
Man-child, maid-child, 38
Man, excellency of, 128
Marriage, 189, 222, 369
Mason, Mr. M., 208
Means, sing. and plur., 13
Mercifulness to animals, 220
Mercy, Divine, 110, 114
Milman, Dean, 357
Milton, quoted, 21, 123, 368
Mind, value of, 228
Moderation, 245
Money, love of, 232
Montagu, Mrs., 353
More, Sir Thomas, 200
Mysteries, or Religious Plays,

289

Jacob and Laban, 64
James I., 6, 81
Jameson, Mrs., 352, 372 sq.
Japhet, 62
Jealousy, 223
Jephthah's vow, 74
Jezebel, 83
Job, 63
Johnson, Dr., 11, 51, 70, 113, 140

note, 210, 254 note, 267, 353,

355, 380
Judas, the traitor, 91
Justice and Honesty, 228, 233
Juvenal, quoted, 153, 283 note,

302 note

Keble, Mr., his Christian Year,

I 22 note
his Prælectiones Acade-

mici, 224, 239, 39", 391
Ken, Bishop, 367

Name=person, 361
Nebuchadnezzar, 85
Nephew, niece=grandchild, 38
News, sing. and plur., 13

Noah, 6)
North, the abode of evil spirits,

123

Oaths not always to be kept, 74,

363
O'Brien, Miss, 376
Opinions dependent on prictice,

167
Or ever=before, 38
Original sin, 136
Othello, his religion, 223 note
Ovid, quoted, 226, 255
Oxymoron, 342

Redemption not partial, 181
Reid, Mr., 283
Repentance, doctrine of, 138
Resignation, 248
Revenge, 207
Reverence, 277
Riches, as singular, 360
Ring, in marriage ceremony, 190

emblem of authority, 282
Road=inroad, roadstead, 41
Romanism, 264
Rowe, Mr., 354
Runagate=fugitive, 42

Parable of Dives and Lazarus,

230, 297

Prodigal Son, 230
Parental blessing, 199
Pate=head, 39
Paul, St., 97
Peaceableness, 373
Pearson, Bp., 301
Persius, quoted, 167
Pharaoh's dreams, 69
Pilate, washing his hands, 93
Pillars, 362
Plato, 368
Play=fence, fight, 39
Politician, 279
Port=gate, 39
Poverty, 251
Praise, often harmful, 238
Prayer, efficacy of, 179

for enemies, 185
Prayer Book, 355, 356 note, 369
Preposition repeated, 24
Prevent=to help, anticipate, 40
Pride, 250
Prodigality, 229
Pronouns, personal, 15-18

Salic law, 72
Samson, 76
Sanderson, Bp., 201, 235
Satan, 120
Saul, death of, 78
Say=say well, 42
Schlegel, Augustus William, 113,

150, 223, 266, 348, 392, 400
Scott, Sir Walter, 209
SCRIPTURE, Holy, 260
Secure=careless, 42, 248 note
Self-examination, 182
Self-praise, against, 239
Seneca, quoted, 244 note
SHAKSPEARE, WILLIAM :-

His life, 4, 188 sq., 196, 199
Death of his only son, 199, 298

note, 397
His character, 3, 4 note, 352,

394, 397-99, 402
His study of Bible, 2, 49, 260
His learning, 1, 225, 243. 349
His Churchmanship, 264, 271,

274
Not a Puritan, 142, 268
A thorough Englishman, 270
As a Politician, 276
His Sonnets, 4, 224, 371, 403

note
Unjustly censured, 3, 51, 298;

349 note, 350
His last will, 264, 292 note
Inscription on his tombstone,

239

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relative, 18
Proper=own, good-looking, 401
Proverbs, 339
Puritanism, 142, 268

Quick=alive, 41

Sharp, Archbishop John, ix i Tytler, Mr. P. F., 209
Silence, benefit of, 241
Silius Italicus, quoted, 401
Similitudes, 328

Utter=outer, 362
Sin, its consequences, 128, 152
original, 136

Vessel=human body, 362
universality of, 138
correction of, 151

Vex, vexation, 362

Virgil, quoted, 307 note, 313, 315
Singer, Mr., 2 note, 113

Virtue, courageous, 153
Sith=since, 43

Voltaire, 346
Slander, 234
Sorrows not single, 152

Vows, not always to be kept, 74
Sort=class, 43
Spenser, 389

War, lawfulness of, 286
Steevens, Mr., u, 18, 44, 51 note, War, a punishment from God, 286

68, 70, 84, 122, 160, 190, 243, weapons of, 314
273, 286, 307

Warburton, Bp., 131 note, 137,
Stewardship of talents, 232

177, 187, 197, 366, 368
Still, stilly, 362

Warton, Dr., 173
Stricken in years, 44

Wench=young woman, 363
Suicide, sin of, 149, 257, 368 Whalley, Mr., 115
Sunday, observance of, 272

When as, when that, 21
Swift, Dean, 173, 356 note

Whiles, 362
Sympathy, 216 note

Whit=point, jot, 262
of Creation, 310, 317 White, Mr. Holt, 99, 335

Whitsuntide, 274

Wilson, Bp., 263 note
Table=tablet, 43

Winchester College, 283
Temperance, 225, 376

Wis, wit, wot, 44
Thankfulness to God, 170

Wise, Mr., 16 note, 182, 214 note
The death, 10, 359

Wives, duty of, 193
Theobald, Mr., 120

Woe is me! 44
Thought=anxiety, 43, 362

Word=thing, 278
Tidings, sing. and plur., 13

Wordsworth, quoted, 385, 391
Tongue, use and abuse of, 234 note, 400, 402 note
Toward, preposition, 23

World, vanity of, 144
Translation of Bible, 5, 9
Trench, Archbishop, 224 note
Trow=to believe, 43

Yea and nay, 99
Truth, objective, 254

Yesternight, 44
=righteousness, 241

Young, warning to, 287

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INDEX TO PASSAGES OF SHAKSPEARE

QUOTED OR REFERRED TO.

(The numerals after the number of the Scene refer to the pages of this volume.)

Act iv. Sc. 3, 55 bis, 124, 125,

224, 231; Sc. 4, 96

All's Well that Ends Well.
Act i. Sc. 1, 144; Sc. 3, 196,

239, 268, 269
Act ii. Sc. 1, 102, 334 ; Sc. 2,

375; Sc. 4, 241 ; Sc. 5, 213
Act iv. Sc. 3, 139, 146; Sc. 5,

85, 123, 297
Act v. Sc. 5, 224

CORIOLANUS. Passim, 156, 279
Act i. Sc. 1, 19, 340; Sc. 3,

38 ; Sc. 6, 23
Act ii. Sc. 1, 202, 220; Sc. 3,

361, 380
Act iii. Sc. 1, 379; Sc. 3, 362 ;

Sc. 13, 166 sq.
Act iv. Sc. 1, 377 ; Sc. 6, 31;

ANTONY AND Cleopatra.

Act i. Sc. 2, 88, 93, 226, 353
Act ii. Sc. 1, 19, 93, 188; Sc. 3,

34, 120, 185; Sc. 52 291;

Sc. 6, 42, 360
Act iii. Sc. 2, 50 ; Sc. 3, 88;

Sc. 4, 185; Sc. 9, 167;

Sc. 10, 17, Sc. 13, 73
Act iv. Sc. 6, 360; Sc. 12, 287;

Sc. 13, 150; Sc. 14, 44
Act v. Sc. 1, 19;, Sc. 2, 150,

359 ; Sc. 12, 78

AS YOU LIKE IT.
Act i. Sc. 1, 36, 231 ; Sc. 2, 36,

Sc. 7, 175
Act v. Sc. 2, 37, 370 ; Sc. 3, 31,

197, 202, 214, 370; Sc. 4,
115

CYMBELINE.

Act i. Sc. 4, 180
Act ii. Sc. 3, 13
Act iii. Sc. 4, 149, 234, 333
Act iv. Sc. 2, u, 78, 84, 180,

275, 290 ; Sc. 3, 342; Sc. 4,

160, 202, 287; Sc. 5, 277
Act v. Sc. 1, 116; Sc. 4, 116,

160; Sc. 5, 202

300
Act ii. Sc. 1, 58, 220, 256;

Sc. 3, 42, 104, 145; Sc. 4,

218, 378; Sc. 5,69; Sc. 7, 24
Actiii. Sc. 2, 92, 147 and

note, 236, 258, 333; Sc. 3,

190
Act' iv. Sc. 1, 158 ; Sc. 3, 213
Act v. Sc. 1, 340 ; Sc. 4, 62, 119

HAMLET.
Act i. Sc. I, 24, 95, 273, 274,

332 ; Sc. 2, 36, 129, 144, 149,
157, 212, 228, 311; Sc. 3,
134, 264, 333; Sc. 4, 118,

339; Sc. 5, 117, 30
Act ii. Sc. 2, 24, 76, 117, 124,

128, 137, 229, 248, 253
Act ii. Sc. 1, 22, 44, 138, 140,

155, 267, 271, 288, 320, 362;
Sc. 2, 87, 142, 251, 253, 333,

COMEDY OF ERRORS.

Act ii. Sc. I, 195, 279
Act iii. Sc. 2, 61

375; Sc. 3, 118, 149, 179,
187, 207, 301; Sc. 4, 24, 69,
117, 118, 124, 142, 162, 203,

305, 321, 334, 379
Act iv. Sc. 3, 370 ; Sc. 4, 129;

Sc. 5, 102, 155, 255, 278,
284, 307, 314 ; Sc. 7, 142,

209, 210, 255
Act v. Sc. I, 41, 57, 61, 279;

Sc. 2, 28, 39, 103, 118, 139,
143, 258, 292, 308

KING HENRY V.
Act i. Sc. 1, 56, 367; Sc. 2, 42,

72, 182, 275
Act ii. Sc. i, 57; Sc. 2, 124,

378 ; Sc. 3, 297 ; Sc. 4, 274,

334
Act iii. Sc. 1, 249; Sc. 2, 88,

369; Sc. 3, 123, 331 ; Sc. 5,

169; Sc. 6, 170; Sc. 7, 331
Act iv. chor. 362, 379; Sc. 1,

12, 22, 106, 164, 165, 220,
247, 249, 286, 287, 292;
Sc. 2, 39, 158 ; Sc. 3, 35, 182,
325; Sc. 7, 122, 171, 378;

Sc. 8, 136, 171, 374
Act v. Sc. 1, 22, 171; Sc. 2, 37,

JULIUS CÆSAR.
Act i. Sc. 1, 43; Sc. 2, 61, 144,

220, 363 ; Sc. 3, 33
Act ii. Sc. 1, 43, 369; Sc. 2, 31,

318, 379; Sc. 3, 42
Act iii. Sc. I, 33, 40, 343
Act iv. Sc. 3, 153
Act v. Sc. I, 40, 258 ; Sc. 3,

78, 258; Sc. 5, 78, 362

King Henry IV. (Part I.)
Act i. Sc. 1, 13, 131 ; Sc. 2,

178, 284, 341, 379; Sc. 3, 33,

322
Act ii. Sc. 4, 35, 69, 339, 340
Act iii. Sc. I, 123, 324; Sc. 2,

79, 328, 340; Sc. 3, 56, 297

twice, 340
Act iv. Sc. 2, 231, 297 ; Sc. 3,

79
Act v. Sc. 1, 219; Sc. 3, 147;

Sc. 4, 30

King Henry IV. (Part II.)
Act i. Sc. 1, 60, 314, 338 ; Sc. 2,

63, 81, 166, 231, 297 ; Sc. 3,

331, 338
Act ii. Sc. 2, 62; Sc. 4, 120
Act iii. Sc. 1, 128; Sc. 2, 30,

289
Act iv. Sc. 1, 43, 330; Sc. 2, 21,

261; Sc. 3, 261; Sc. 4, 34,

101, 213, 231, 248, 361
Act v. Sc. 2, 40, 291, 330 ;

Sc. 5, 33; Epilogue, 375

191, 272

King Henry VI. (Part I.)
Act i. Sc. 1, 101, 374; Sc. 2, 73,

77, 96 ; Sc. 3, 59, 340; Sc. 5,

379
Act ji. Sc. 1, 378
Act iii. Sc. 1, 39, 168, 263 ; Sc. 2,

31, 172; Sc. 3, 23
Act iv. Sc. 7, 44
Act v. Sc. 3, 122 ; Sc. 4, 327;

Sc. 5, 33, 191

KING HENRY VI. (Part II.)

Act i. Sc. 1, 132, 170, 351
Act ii. Sc. 1, 89, 104, 110, 157,
170, 215, 340, 379; Sc. 3, 67 ;

Sc. 4, 250 ; Sc. 5, 259
Act iii. Sc. 1, 154, 255, 331,

332 ; Sc. 2, 52, 109, 130, 153,

284; Sc. 3, 293
Activ. Sc. 2, 57, 365; Sc.

4, 89, 154; Sc. 7, 217,
227, 395; Sc. 8, u2; Sc. 9,

172
Act v. Sc. 1, 75, 351; Sc. 2,

158, 286, 304

King Henry VI. (PART III.)

Act i. Sc. 1, 43, 340
Act ii. Sc. 1, 181; Sc. 2, 199,

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