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SECT. I.

CHARACTERS

OF

HISTORICAL PERSONS.

Vol Pages Perfon.

K. John,

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Play. ARTHUR, a hope

ful young Prince, unfortunate. Alcibiades, banished

for interceding for

his Friend. Timon. ---Vifits Timon with

two Misses. ibid. -- exhorted to Cruel.

ty by him, and the

Women to Luft. ibid. .--conquers Athens.

ibid, Antony, Mark,hisCon

ference with Brutus
after Cæfar was
murdered. Jul. Cæfar.
- his Reflections on
it, when alone.

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100

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Vol Page Perfon. Antony, Mark, speaks

Cæfar's Funeral O. ration,

Jul. Cæfar. 7 50 his Eloquence praised by Cafius.

72 --- his Valour degene

rates into Fondness for Cleopatra. Ant. and Cleo. -resolves to leave her.

92 his former Bravery described by Ostavius Cæfar.

Pompey's Wish, that he may live on in love and luxury.

105 ---quarrels with Ošta

vius, which ends in a Marriage with Octavia.

107 his Genius infe. rior to Octavius's.

116 Sooth. Ant. -complains of Oc.

tavius's ill treatment to Octavia,

137 -beaten at Astium, and defpairsafterit.

147

148
-sends to Octavius
to treat, and is re-
fused.

150
-grows jealous of
Cleopatra.

155
beats Cæfar, by
Land, and meets
the Queen in Rap-
ture.

166 ---his Fleet revolting,

he quarrels again
with Cleopatra.

170

Antony

175

323 Sør.

Play. Vol Page, Perfor Antony, Mark, being

told the is dead, he
falls on his Sword. Ant.and Cleo. 7

carried to Cleopatra, he dies in her Arms.

179 -Octavius and his Generals lament and praise him.

182 and Cleopatra.

187 Ajax, his Character. Tro.and Cref.

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

3 365 Cit. Burgundy, Duke of, a False Ally.

i Hen. 6.

4431 Beauford, Cardinal.

vid. Winchester. Buckingham, Dukeof,

treacherous, cruel, mercenary.

5 in Henry 8th's Reign, rash, choleric,

Hen, 8. his Character given by Her. 8.

ibid. Condemned. ibid.

329 Buller, Anne , her Beauty. ibid.

328 King. -item.

ibid. -item,

ibid. -item.

ibid. Brutus, referved and melancholic. Jul. Cafar. 7

8 --spirited up by Caffius against Cæfar.

9 -of great Authori. ty with the People.

21 Casc.

Brutus,

Richard 3.

311

318

342|Cbam. 359 Suf. 376/2 Gent.

Perfor,

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Brutus, his felf-debate

uponCæsar's Death. Jul. Cafar. 7 22
- opens himself free-

ly to the Conspira-
tors.

26
declares for faving
Antony.

27
importuned by his
Wife Portia.

29
his Speech to the
People, to justify
Cajar's Murder.

49
quarrels with Caf.
fius.

60
relates the Death
of Portia.

65
- fees Cæfar's Ghost.

69
takes his last fare-
wel of Caffius.

74
- resolves to die, and
kills himself.

prais'd by Antony,
Banquo, his Character

(for the rest, vid.
Macbeth.)

Macbeth. 6

81

82

301 Mar.

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378

386

Catharine, her Speech | Play. Vol Page Person,

to the King before
her Divorce. Hen. 8.

5 344
praised by the
King
ibid.

347 recommends her Daughter and Servants to him. ibid.

383 3 Gent, Cromwell, Thomas. ibid. Cranmer's Character by Gardiner. ibid. by Cromwell. ibid.

397 by the King ibid.

398 his Speech over Princess Elizabeth. ibid.

402 Coriolanus ,

brave, proud,a Contemner of the Populace.

Coriolanus. 6 chides his Soldiers when repuls’d. ibid.

3641 his Character.

365 Lar. - his Entry into Rome after a Victory.

382 Bru. Mul - his Actions summ'd up by Cominius.

388 Com. approv'd by the Tribunes, he rails at the Populace.

400 banish'd.

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

430 not to be diverted by his Friends from invading Rome.

443 yields to his Mo. ther's Intreaties,

455 fain by the Envy and Treachery of Aufidius.

4641

Cæfar.

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