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Play. Vol Page Person. Antony, Mark, speaks

Cæfar's Funeral
Oration. Jul. Cæfar. 7

52
- his Eloquence
praised by Casius.

75 his Valour degenerates into Fond

ness for Cleopatra Ant.andCleo. resolves to leave

her. his former Bra

very described by Octavius Cæfar.

105 -- Pompey's Wish, that he may

live on in Love and Luxury. quarrels with Octavius,which ends in a Marriage with OEtavia.

1131 his Genius inferior to Oktavius's.

122Soot. Ant. - complains of Oc

tavius's ill treatment to Ottavia,

145) beaten at Aetium,

$ 156 and despairsafterit.

157 sends to Octavius

to treat, and is re-
fused.

1591
-grows jealous of
Cleopatra.

163) -beats Cafar, by

Land, and meets
the Queen in Rap-

176 -- his Fleetrevolting,

he quarrels again
with Cleopatra.

179

ture.

Antony,

Voli Page

187

352 Ser.

Play.

Person.
Antony, Mark, being

told she is dead, he

falls on his Sword. Ant.and Cleo. 7
- carried to Cleo-
patra, he dies in
her Arms.

191
-Octavius and his

Generals lament
and praise him.

193
- and Cleopatra.

199
Ajax, his Character. Tro,andCres:

B.
Blanch, her Beauty
and Virtue. K. John,

3 367 Cit.
Burgundy Dukeof, a
False Ally.

i Hen, 6.

4439
Beauford, Cardinal.

-vid. Winchester.
Buckingham, Duke

of, treacherous,
cruel, mercenary Rich. 3. 5
- in Flenry 8th's
Reign, rash, cho
leric.
Hen. 8.

309
his Character gi-

ven by Hen. 8. libid.
-Condemned. ibid.

327
Bullen, Anne, her
Beauty.
libid.

326 King
item.

ibid.
-item.
ibid.

356 Suf.
item.
libid.

372 2 Gent.
Brutus, reserved and
melancholic. Jul. Cafar. 7

8
-spirited up by Car
fius against Cafar.

9
-of great Authori-
ty with thePeople.

21 Casc.
VoI, VIII.

R

Brutas,

316

339 Chain.

22

rators.

28

Play. Volj Page Persona
Brutus, his felf-debate

uponCæsar'sDeath. Jul. Cafar. 7
- opens himself free-
ly to the Conspi-

261
---declares for saving

Antony
-importuned by his
Wife Portia.

30
-his Speech to the

People, to justify
Cæsar's Murder.

50
-quarrels with Cal-
fius.

63
relates the Death
of Portia.

68
-sees Cæsar's Ghoft.

72
--takes his last fare-
wel of Casius.

77
resolves to die, and

kills himself.
-prais'd by Antony.
Banquo, his Character

(for the rest, vid.
Macbeth.)

Macbeth. 6 318 Mat.

84

85

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379 13

391

396

Catharine, her Speech Play.

Voli Page

Persona
to the King before
her Divorce. Hen. 8.

5 341
praised by the
King.
libid.

345
recommends her!
Daughter and Ser-
vants to him. libid.

Get.
Cromwell, Thomas. ibid.

374
Cranmer's Character
by Gardiner. libid.

382
by Cromweli.

libid.
by the King. libid.

392
-his Speech over
Princess Elizabeth. ibid.
Coriolanus, brave,

proud, a Contemner

of the Populace. Coriolanus. 6
-chides his Soldiers
when repuls'd. ibid.

39?
his Character.

395 Com,
-hisEntry into Rome
after a Victory

404
-his Actions fumm'd
up by Cominius.

412 Como
-approv'd by the
Tribunes, he rails
at the Populace.

417
banilhid.

444
-applies to, and is
kindly received by
Aufidius.

453
-notto be diverted
by his Friends from
invading Rome.

-yields to his Mo-
ther's Intreaties.

flain by the Envy
and Treachery of
Aufidius,

487
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Cæfar,

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480

Play. Vo! Pagey Perfor.
Casar, Julius, fufpi-
cious of Caffius. Jul. Cafar. 7

13|Cel.
-refuseth the Crown
that was offer'd.

14 Casc.
addicted to Super-

ftition, and loved
Flattery.

29 Caf. Dec.
-dissuaded by Cal-

phurnia fron going
to the Senate.

• 341
his Contempt of
Death.

35Cæf.
-firm against those
who wrong him. ibid.

41 Cer:
--Affaffinated. libid.

43
his Ghost appears
to Brutus.

72
Caffius confers with

Brutus against Ce-
far.

8
his Character.

13 Ces
resolves to kill

himself, if Cafar is
made King

19
-his Quarrel with

car
Brutus.

63
-ill Omens ftagger

him, tho' an Epi-
-prelages he should
die on hisBirth-day.

701
-kills himself.

-mourned and
praised by Titinius,
Melala and Brutus.

80
Casca's Character.

16 Cal.
Cleopatra, the Power

of her Beauty over Ant, and
Antony.
Cleo.

120 Eno.

Cleo.

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76

79

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91 Ant.

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