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INDEX OF PERSONS AND THINGS

Art, 280

ABBOTT, 252

Brutus, 30, 51, 58, 61-4, 69, 236
Aberdeen, 161, 267

Burbage, 187
Actors, 173, 177, 190, 237

Burns, 14, 182
Adversity, 241

Byfield, 207
Agincourt, 39
Ail's Well that Ends Well, 116, CALIBAN, 139

118, 121, 128, 129, 132, 230, 239 Cappell, 214
Ambition, 149, 240, 245

Carter, Rev. T., 184, 203, 207
America, 216, 217

Cartwright, 207
Anachronisms, II

Catholicism, 272
Animals, 120, 274

Character, 28-41, IOI
Antony and Cleopatra, 44, 47, 50, Charlecote, 182
51, 52, 237, 243

Chastity, 243
Ariel, 139, 141

Chateaubriand, 215
Aristocracy, 52, 58

Chivalry, 12, 31, 32, 46, 81
Aristotle, 268

Church, 12, 245
Arrogance, 58

Civil War, 26

Clarke, Mrs. Cowden, 252
As You Like It, 78, 81, 92, 101, Coleridge, 46, 50, 237, 253
102, 105

Comedy, 80
Augustine, St., 136.

Comedy of Errors, 78, 96, 102, 226
Autolycus, 120, 135

Commons, 12

Concordance, 252
BACON-SHAKSPEARE controversy, Conscience, 7, 157, 161, 170, 208,
217

210, 227, 240
Barnard, Lady, 202

Conventionalism, 238
Becket, 183

Coriolanus, 41, 44, 47, 50, 51, 237,
Best plays, 246

243
Biron, 88, 89, 233, 255

Councillors, 21, 128, 134, 171
Birth-house, 120, 181

Cowling, 252
Blarney, 103

Crown, 12, 19, 22
Boas, 252

Cymbeline, 116, 119, 121, 242, 243,
Book-learning, 102

244
Bottom, 86, 94, 230, 275
Boy-actors, 198

DE QUINCEY, 253
Bradley, 253

Death, 137
Breeding, 123, 124

Democracy, 52
Browning, Robert, 193, 259

Dickens, 33, 135
(288)

Dowden, 136, 241, 253

Hazlitt, 252, 253
Drama, 189

Hegel, 276
Drunkenness, 99, 239

Heine, 70, 74, 109, 127, 216
Dyce, 214, 251, 252

Heredity, 125

Herford, 253
ECCLESIASTICS, 19

Hermione, 128
Editions, 251

Home, 278
Editors, 214

Homeopathy, 23
Eliot, George, 135

Hotspur, 27, 231-2
Elze, 216

Hume, 215
Emerson, 7

Hymen, 233, 238, 272
England, 14, 15, 16, 19, 27, 40, Hypocrites, 8, 101, 133, 159, 227
229

IDEAL and Real, 237
FALSTAFF, 20, 27, 32-6, 84, 97-9, Imagination, 101, 105, 229
132, 135, 232, 233

Immortality, 281
Faulconbridge, 18

Imogen, 128
Favourites, 227

Imperialism, 60
Filial relation, 240

Ingratitude, 231
First Folio, 117, 191, 212, 213

Instruments, 252, 257
Flowers, 119, 273

Irishmen, 17, 84
Fools, 81, 102, 166

Irving, Washington, 216
Forgiveness, 119, 141

Isabella, 128
Foster, 252

Italy, 16, 162
France, 16, 17, 26, 215, 277
Francis, St., 182

JAMES THE FIRST, 189, 196, 197,
Freedom, 245

240
French Wars, 16, 27, 31

Jameson, Mrs., 127
Friendship, 101, 109, 128, 171, 226, Jealousy, 96, 118, 153, 159, 244
228

Jesting, 102, 103
Fuller, Thomas, 198

Jews, 107

John of Gaunt, 15, 227
GENEVA Bible, 207

Johnson, 214
Gentleness, 136

Jonson, Ben, 49, 185, 198, 205,
Germany, 215

210, 238
Gervinus, 48, 216

Judgment-day, 208
Goethe, 170, 175, 237, 239

Julia, 30
Gollancz, 214, 251

Fulius Cæsar, 30, 44, 47, 48, 51,
Gossip, 103

52, 58, 60, 64, 106, 137, 170, 236,
Greek drama, 151

237, 243, 278
Green, 13

KING HENRY THE FOURTH, 2, 9,
HALL, Dr., 202

10, 30, 231
Hall, Mrs., 201

King Henry the Fifth, 2, 9, 137,
Halliwell Phillipps, 207

232, 247
Hamlet, 47, 146, 170-8, 198, 242, King Henry the Sixth, 2, 6, 9, 29,

208, 224, 226, 227
Hanmer, 214

King Henry the Eighth, 2, 4, 5,
Hawthorne, 216

10, 245

247, 263

King John, 2, 4, 6, 10, 13, 29, 229 Middle class, 19
King Lear, 47, 146, 153, 160, 163, Midsummer-Night's Dream, 78, 86,
164, 240

94, IOI, 105, 139, 230, 240, 251,
King Richard the Second, 2, 9 274
King Richard the Third, 2, 7, 8, Milton, 14, 239
9, 29, 189, 208, 227

Misanthropy, 241
Klöpper, 120

Modesty, 279
Knight, Charles, 235

Money, 242
Kreyssig, 216

Much Ado About Nothing, 78, 91,

233, 266, 268, 279
LAMB, Charles, 213, 253

Multitude, 20, 27, 53, 243
Lang, Andrew, 217

Music, 236, 252, 257-82
Laughter, 80, 166

Mutability, 104
Launce, 82
Laurence, Friar, 149, 164, 228, NAYLOR, 252

New Place, 201, 210
233
Laws, 130

Next-best plays, 246
Lee, Sir Sidney, 193, 195, 203, Nobles, 19, 26
210, 224, 236, 254

Noyes, Alfred, 198
Little things, 137
London, 27, 37, 189, 200, 204

OCTAVIUS, 64-8
Love, 88, 101, 122, 140, 149, 153, Omens, 69

163, 164, 214, 226, 228, 229, 232, Onions, 252
235, 238, 242, 271

Orpheus, 273
Love's Labour's Lost, 78, 88, 200, Othello, 47, 146, 148, 151, 159,
225, 235

164, 238, 244
Lover's Complaint, 180, 196
Lowell, 253

PAGEANTS, 27, 69
Luther, 182

Passion, 243

Pater, 253
MACBETH, 47, 52, 106, 146, 149, Passionate Pilgrim, 180, 196
151-8, 162, 163, 189, 208, 239, Patriotism, 14-9, 227, 229

Paulina, 178
240
Magna Charta, 13

Perdita, 119, 121
Marlborough, Duke of, II Pericles, 116, 118, 121, 135, 191
Martin, Lady, 127

242
Masefield, 235, 253

Pharisaism, 239
Measure for Measure, 116, 128, Philanthropy, 241

133, 134, 164, 208, 239, 242 Philosophy of history, 12, 13
Melody, 276

Phænix and Turtle, 180, 196
Menenius Agrippa, 54-8

Plants, 120
Men's men, 82

Plutarch, 48
Merchant of Venice, 30, 52, 78, Poetry, 142, 245
106-14, 137, 170, 208, 228, 265, Police, 84

Pope, The, 209, 214
Mercy, 112-14, 208

Popularity, 137
Meres, 221

Portia, 30
Merry Wives of Windsor, 78, 84, Pride, 243
85, 95, 96, 97, 232

Prince Hal, 30, 35, 227, 231

274, 278

Prodigal Son, 118, 230, 233 Shakspeare, actor, 6, 187, 194
Prospero, 138, 141

his verse, 7, 9, 27
Protestantism, 206, 208, 209, 272 sources, 12, 48, 49, 252
Providence, 12, 129, 141, 161, 178 learning, 49, 186
Pseudo-classical plays,

predecessors, 45, 160
Puritanism, 100, 203, 207, 210, 236 personal sentiments, 15

patriotism, 15
QUARTOS, 190, 221

genius, 212
Queen Elizabeth, 107, 189, 206, conception of the world, 253
230, 232

art, 163, 253
Queen Mab, 168

knowledge of the Bible, 207
Queen Margaret, 29

of music, 258
Quiney, Mrs., 201

comedies, 79

made by histories, 5
RALEIGH, Sir Walter, 194

four great tragedies, 47
Rape of Lucrece, 180, 191

his graver period, 117
Raphael, 188

and Prince Hal, 48
Religion, 30, 100, 113, 126, 177, himself in Prospero, 141
205, 211, 239

his complete Works, 191, 213
Republicanism, 52, 60, 63

poems, 191
Revival of learning, 45

songs, 197
Righteousness, 161, 210, 214

return to Stratford, 119, 200
Romances, 117

prosperity, 197
Romeo and Juliet, 146, 149, 153, investments, 200, 204
164, 167, 228, 233

enters society, 123
Romney, 202

entertains Puritan preacher,
Rowe, 214

210
Royalty, 19, 25, 124, 245

coat-of-arms, 200

Mermaid Tavern, 198
SAINTSBURY, 253

death, 184
Scenery, 161

burial, 211
Schmidt, 252

his appearance, 211
Schoolmaster, 84, 186

portraits, 211, 217
Scotland, 161, 240

monuments, 211
Scotsmen, 17, 18

will, 212
Scripture, 139, 206, 208, 218, 235, Shelley, 5
270

Shottery, 182
Selfishness, 239

Shylock, 107-14, 208
Seven ages, 103

Sin, 130, 150, 160, 208, 239, 241
Shakspeare, his birth, 184

Smith, J. C., 251
father, 126, 184, 203, 205

Sonnets, 180, 192, 208, 212, 238
mother, 185

Sorcery, 240
school, 185

Sorrow, 103
wife, 119, 125, 126, 182, Southampton, Earl of, 192, 195,
185, 202

196
children, 119, 121, 186

State, 61, 64, 153
development, 5, 9

Steevens, 214
in London, 6, 187

Stratford-on-Avon, 41, 181, 183,
adapting old plays, 6

216

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