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DICTIONARY

OF

Shakespearian Quotations.

EXHIBITING

THE MOST FORCIBLE PASSAGES

ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE VARIOUS

PASSIONS, AFFECTIONS AND EMOTIONS

OF THE HUMAN MIND.

SELECTED AND ARRANGED

IN ALPHABETIC ORDER,

FROM THE WRITINGS OF

The Eminent Dramatic Part.

Philadelphia:

PUBLISHED BY F. BELL.

SOLD BY SMITH & ENGLISH,

No. 36 NORTH SIXTH STREET.

PR2892

xD6

1856

616687

1955-4

Explanation

OF THE ABBREVIATED REFERENCE TO THE CONTEXT, APPENDED TO

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figures.

The Act is expressed by Roman numerals; the Scene by Arabic

EXAMPLE: A. C. iv. 7, signifies, Antony and Cleopatra, Act the Fourth, Scene the Seventh.

T. Tempest.

T. A.

Timon of Athens.

Tit. And.

Titus Andronicus.

T. C.

Troilus and Cressida.

T. G.

Two Gentlemen of Verona.

T.N.

Twelfth Night.

T. S.

Taming of the Shrew.

W. T.

Winter's Tale.

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