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Ceremony defcribed, 31. n ibid.
infincere, 107.

Cæfar, his diflike of Caffius, 95.
and speech, on the fear of
death, 100, n. 101:
Child, an alienated one defcrib-
ed, 116, 117, n ìbid.
A churchman, defcription of Day-break, a description of

Danger defcribed, 4. It's fup-
port, 83, and comparifon,
with Cæfar, ror. n. ibid.

70.

Clarence's dream in the Tower,
189.

Conduct, when fuperior to ac-
tion, 244.
Confpiracy how dreadful, 97.
n. ibid. Defcription of, 98.
Confcience, a good one, de-
fcribed, 40, n. ibid. a guilty
one, and it's death-bed hor-
rors, 43, n. ibid. the ftruggles
of, 85, what it is, 196.
Confolation, under banisliment,

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195.

Deceit, in a fine woman, 192.
Death, the approach of, 88.
Degree a defcription of, 243,
244, n. ibid.

Delay beautifully described, 194,
n. ibid.

Delights, when not lafting, 209.
Dependants, not to be trufted
too much, 59.
Desdemona, whence derived, n.

164, her faithfulness, 172.
difcover'd in bed asleep, 173
Defpair, described, 87
Dialogue, between Macbeth and
his lady, 142. another 145
Diomedes, his manner of walk-
ing, 250

Difeafes, the departure of, 83.
which incurable, 158
Dover-cliff defcribed, 130
Doubt, à defcription of, 245
Dreams, reflections on them,
198 to 201. n. ibid
Drums, defcrib'd, 88
Duelling, a defcription of, 222
Dying, why preferable to part-
inga 43

E.

Edgar, his account of his dif
covery to his father, 133. n.
134

Eleanor, her fpeech to her huf-
band doing pennance, 38
England, the people of defcribed,

27. its fituation, a defcription
of, 74. when invincible, 91.
pathetically defcribed, 179

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mations amidst the tempeft,
125 to 18. n. ibid defcrip-
tion of, when mad, 129. his
reflections on flatterers, 131.
n. ibid. his fpeech to Corde
lia when taken prifoner. 132
Liberty, the fpirit of, defcribed,
96
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Life, demands of, 12. and vi- .
ciffitudes, 64. its neceffaries,
122. n. ibid. and 123 re- i
flections upon it, 158. n. ib.
compared, and to what, 159
Lord, of heaven ever to be re-
membered, 38

Love defcribed, 198. its heralds,
who, 208, in a young foldier
241 to 243. n.ibid. fhaken off
by him, 248
Lovers, their parting, 42. n.
ibid. exclamation of one, 164.
n. ibid. their lightness of foot
and impatience 209. an ex-
pecting one defcribed, 245-
the parting and farewel in a
morning, 249
Lion, an hungry one, defcri-
bed, 47

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Macbeth, his temper, 137. and
irrefolution, 138. his foli-
loquy. 139 to 141. n. ibid.
and reflection upon his bloody
lands, 144. n. ibid. his
his guilt and fear, 145. his
furprife at the fight of the
ghoft. 147
Macbeth, lady, her foliloquy on
the approach of Duncan, 137
n. ibid another, 142. her
behaviour, with a taper in her
hand, 155

Macduff, on the murder of his
wife and children, exclama.
tion of, 153

Madness, how occafioned, 88.

n. ibid. to go.
Mailed explained, n. 39

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Malcolm's character of himself,
r51. and difcourfe with Mac-
duff, 152
Malicious men defcribed, 70
Man, his tears defcribed, 87. a
plain, blunt one, 120. a wil-
ful one, his injuries the effect
of, r24. reflections upon him
128
Margaret, queen, her execra-
tion, and high birth, 188. n.
ibid. her exprobation in a
foliloquy, 195
Marriage defcribed, 37
Melancholy, the parent of er
ror, 115
Mercy described, 235
Meffenger of ill news, 15. n.
ibid.

Mob, to what compared, 53 煎爸
Morning, a defcription of, 49.

the dawn of, 50. another
beautiful description of it,
212 to 21 5. n. ibid.
Mother, the fondness of, 78.
and ravings, 8r. her grief,
and defpondency, 82
Mounds explain'd, n. 233
Murder defcribed, 193
Murderer, his looks, 85. and
account of confcience, 191

N.

News-tellers, a defcription of,
85
Night, in camp, defcribed, 28.
another defcription of, 44.
n. ibid.

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Obedience, to princes, lov'd,
62

Offences, miftaken, 121
Omens, on the birth of Richard
HI. 56, 57

Othello's motive to marry, and
relation of his courtship, 160
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Prodigies ridicul'd, 6. n. ibid.
'Prognofticks, of war, 110
Prologue, opinion of, 23.

n. ibid.
Providence, the justice of, 128

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Pounce-box describ'd, n. 2
Power, the abuse of, 131. and
vanity, 181

Preferment, whence got, 160
Pride, its own cure, 247

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239. n. ibid.
Reputation, what, 165. n. ib.
and 166. the praife of, 177
Refentment, when deepeft, 39
Refpect defcrib'd, 244
Revenge, the representation of
it, 1o. n. ibid. and n. 102:
and defcription, 240, 245
Rhymers, ridicul'd, 6.
what compar'd, n. 6,7
Richard II, his speech on his
arrival in England, 180, and
entry into London, 183 his
foliloquy in prifon, 184. 185.
his foliloquy on his own de-
formity, 186. his love for
lady Ann, and praise of his
perfon, 187. his hypocrify,
189 his character, by his
mother, 195. his starting
out of his dream, and folilo-
quy before the battle, 196.
his behaviour after an
alarum, 197.
Richmond, duke of, his prayer,
196.

Ring, in a dark pit, its effects,
and how compar'd, 237
Romeo, his courtship with Ju-
liet, 202. on his banish-
ment, 210. his defcription
of, and difcourfe with, the
apothecary, 215- his last
fpeech, 219

Royalty, the miseries of, 31
Rumour defcrib'd, 13. n.ib

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