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SECT. I. CHARACTERS.
N. B. The word in parenthesis denotes the Play wherein the paf
fage is to be found the numeral, the volume; the figure, there page; and the word in Italic characters, the person who Speaks.
ARTHUR, a hopeful young Prince, unfortunate,(King
visits Timon with two misses, (ibid) 65..,
exhorted to cruelty by him, and the women to luit; (ibid) 08.
conquers Athens, (ibid) 26. Antony, Mark, bis conference with Brutus after Cæfar wasmurdered, (Julius Cæsar) i. 151.
his reflections on it when alone, 155. Antony, Mark, spcaks Cæfar's funeral oration, (Julius Cæ far) x. 159.
his eloquence praifed by Calius, 185.
his valour degenerates into fondness for Cleopatrag. (Antony and Cicopatra) ix. 105,
Relolves to leave her, 114.
Pompey's wish that he may live on in love and luxury, 130.
quarrels with Octavius, which ends in a marriage with Odavia, 1 33.
his genius inferior to Oétavius's, 143. Sooth. Ant.
Antony, beaten at Actium, and despairs after it, 181, 1812
sends to Octavius to treat, and is refused, 184..
carried to Cleopatra, he dies in her arms, 220.
and Cleopatra, 22.9..
Callus his quarrel with Brutus, 191.
illomens stagger him, though an Epicurean, 186.
preiages he 11.ould die on his birth day, 186. -kills hintelf, 190. -- mourned and praised by Titinius, Messala and Brutus, Cata's character, 119. Cafta. Cleopatra, the power of her beauty over Antony, (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 108. Ant. 141. En.
her character of Antony when he had left her, (Antony and Cleopatra) ix. 125, -her failing down the Cydnus described, 140. [for the rest,
vii. Antony.y – her lamentation over the dead body of Antony, 220.
refolves to die, 228.
vitiied by Octavius, 232. maffionted by her treasurer Seleucus, 234. -kills herself with aspics, 241.