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per of these imaginary witches. As to these “ weyward sisters,”
“ Paltors of the sea and land;".
that time to this. Mr Warburton Whelk’d, vi. 75. a whelk is such a rising tumour upon the skin, as
the lalh of a.wbip or switch leaves behind it. Whiffler, iv. 321. an officer who walks first in processions, or before
perfuns in high stations upon occasions of ceremony. The name is fiill retained in the city of London; and there is an officer so. calied, who walks before their companies at times of public folem
nity. It seems a corruption from the French word Huiffier Whinned, crooked. Minbew, under the word Whinneard, takes no.
tice of this old word to whinnie, and interprets it (incurvare) 10:
bend or make crooked
fions, but not having fpirit enough to rettrain them
Y Yare, ready, nimble, quick, dextrous, Ycleped, called, named
z A Zany, a Nierry Andrew, a jack pudding. Ital, Zane
SPEECHES, DESCRIPTIONS, and SIMILIES, in
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oy and Cleopatra. Goes- over to Cæsar 139. Dies with
Timon with two milles 140, He is exhorted by him to cruelty, .
and the women to luft 141. Conqners Athens 161
His eloquence praised by Caffius 02. His valour de
#thur, a hopeful young prince, unfortunate, iii. K. John.
thetic speeches to Hubert to spare his life 334, 5, 6, 7. Killed by
a leap fiom the prison-walls 345 Banquo, his description of witches, vi. 236. Is foretold by them,
that his posterity thalı be kings 2 37. His foliloquy on Macbeth's advancement, and his own future grandeur 258. His character 260, Murdered 265. His ghult appears to Macbeth 266,7: See Mac
beth Beauford, Cardinal. See W’inchester Blanch, her beauty and virtue, iii. 312. Cit. Married to the Daq.
phia 315 Bolingbruke. See Henry IV. Brutus reserved and melancholic, vii. 6. Spirited up by Cassius savo
gainit Cæfar 7. Of great authority with the people 18. Casta. His felf. debate upon Cæfur's deatli 19. Opens himself privately to the conspirators 22. Declares tor saving Antony23. Importuned by his wife Poriia 25. His speech to the people, to justify Cæsar's murder 42. Quarrels with Caflius 52 Relates the death. of Portia 56, Sees Cæfar's gholt 60. Takes his last farewel of Cassius 05. Relolves to die, and kills himself 70, 1.
Praited by Antony 71 Buckingham, Duke of, treacherous, cruel, and mercenary, v, Rich. III.
Complimented by Q. Margaret 190. Wained to beware of Rio chaid. ib. Pretcrds friendthip to K. Edward and his family 2.00, 6. Flattered by Richard 207. His character of the young Duke of
Concerts the coronation of Richard 215. Promised the earldom of Hereford 216. His hypocrity and dissimulation 224. Empluyed to practise with the citizens of London for Richard's coronation 225, 0. His report of his condui@ 227, 8. His chas racter of Richard 2 28 His speeches to bim to take the government on him 230, 1, 2. Salutes him King 233.
Refuses to countedance the inurder of the young princes 236, 7.
Refused the earldom of Hereford 239. Railes an army against K, Richard 241.. His army dispersed by a form 255. Himself taken prisoneri ib. His speech going to execution 256, 7.- His son rash and choleric 277. . Sent to the tower 279. His character 283. Witnesses. examined against him 283, 4, 5.. Condemned 292, 3. His speech. after bis arraignment 294. His prayer for the King 295.. His re
flection on his father's fall and his own, 295, 6 Bullen, Anne, present at Card. Wolsey's enxrtainment, v. 288. Her.
beauty extolled 291. King. 303. Cham. 318. Suff 332. 2 Gent, Complimented by the King 291, Her character of Q. Catharine, and lamentation of her unhappy fate 301, 2, 3. Married to the .
King 318. His coronation 331, 3. Delivered of a daughter 345, Burgundy, Duke of, his speech on the advantages of peace, and mi
Series of war, iv. 324. A false ally 376 Cade, Jolin, a told crally rebel, v. 45. York. Gives himfelf out:
to be of royal birth 63 66.08. His outrages 68. Attacks Lone don bridge 69. 70. His specch to Lord Say 71, This Lord's apolo, y 72. Cade orders his head to be ftruck uff 73. Deserted
by his followers 75. Slain by Alex. Iden. 79. His head brought
to the King 81.
Refufeth the crown that was offered 12. Casca. Addicted
47.48, Ant. His ghost appears to Brutus 60
Cæsar. Resolves to kill himself, if Cæsar is made King 17. His
self ib. Mourned and praised by Titiups, Meffala, aud Brutus 67
Pitied by Anne Bullen 301. Her speech to the King before her
To Card. Wolley 308. On her own merit 3156
144. Affifts in taking the King prisoner 146. Made Protector a.
196, 7. Stabbed 199
Her character of Antony when he had left her 87. Her failing
Beaten at Actium, and fies 124. Suomits to Cæfar 131.
York 86. His son vows to revenge his death 87. Stabs Rutland,
dead body insulted 124
Lady Blanche's marriage with the Dauphin 317. Her lamentation
for the loss of her son 330, I
An imaginary description of his warring 309. Vol. Chides
His character 313, 30. His entry into Rome after a vi&tory 327. Bru. Mell. His actions summed up by Cominius 332. Appro, ved by the Tribunes, he rails at the populace 343. His abhorrence of Aattery 356. His mother's resolution on bis stubborn pride ib. His deteltation of the vulgar 361. Banished ib. Applies to, and is kindy received by Aufidius 369, 70. Not to be diverted by his friends from invading Romc 380. His prayer for his son 387. His mother's pathetic speech to him 388. Yields to her
intreaties 390. Slain by the envy and treachery of Aufidius 397 Cranmer's character by Gardiner, v. 341 Accused of herefy 347,
His defence ib. His character by Cromwell 350. By the King 350, I.
His speech over Princels Elisabeth 355 Cromwell, Thomas, his character, v. 334. 3 Gent. Douglas, his character by Hotspur, iv. 135. Kills Blunt 152. Fights with Henry IV. and puts him in dauger 155. Fights with Prince
Henry, and dies ib. Taken prisoner 159 Duncan, King of Scotland, conters honours on Macbeth, vi. 235, 8.
Murthered 250. See Macbeth Edward the Black Prince, his character, iv. 25. York Edward IV. amorous, brave, successful, v, 3 Hen. VI. Bravely sup
ports his father 102. Defeated, and Aies to Wales 100.. Laments his father's death 108. Defeats the Queen's army 123. Marries Lady Gray 138. Surprised in his tent 146. Escapes from confinement 149, 51. Defeats Warwick's army 361. and that of the Queen 164. Stabs Edward Prince of Wales 165. His Speech on mounting the throne 169. Commits Clarence to the Tower
173. His speech on his death 202. His death 204 Edward, Prince of Wales, son to Henry VI. stabbed, v. 165, 176, 8. Edward, Prince, fun to Edward IV, murthered, v. 239. Tyr. Eleanor, wife of Duke Humphry, ambitious, and given to supersti
tion, v. 10. Catched confulting witches 20. Walks in procession for penance, and is banished 34. Her speech to her husband ib. Elisabeth, Queen, complimented by the title of the vestal Queen, i
75. Oteron. Prophetically described by Cranmer, v. 355. Faulconbridge, boastful, brave, aod enterprising, iii. King John Fulvia's death and character, vii. 80. Antony Gardiner, Bp of Winchester, Aattering and cruel, v. 350. King Glendower, his character, iv. 118. Described by Hotspur 122. Gloucester, Humphry, Duke of, detects an impostor, v. 26. Gives up his white staff 31.
Sces his Duchefs's procession for penance 33, 34. Accused to the King by the Queen and others 36. Ar. relted for high treason, he defends himself 39. Murthered by
strangling 49. Warwick. Lamented by the King 47 Henry IV, banished by K. Richard II. iv. 15. His eítate seized by
the King 25: Lands at Ravenspurg 30. Paffes sentence against Bulhy and Green 38. His conference with the King 50. Made King on Richard's resignation 56. His character of Pr. Henry his fon 58. Account of his entry into London 6s. York. Resolves on an cxpedition to the holy land &o. Gains a victory over the