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to, 143,

ABSOLUTE EXPRESSIONS, 93, 144. Bayd, 129.
Accidental evils, if you give place about, 140.

Be, 100.
Acts and scenes, division into, 90. Bear back, 134.
Addressed, 124.

Cæsar hard, 115.
ADJECTIVES: as adverbs, 100, 115, 124, it, 115.

129, 134, 149; as verbs, 96 ; double me a bang, 137.

superlatives, 127, 135; nouns as, 93. hard, 103, 128. Afeard, 118.

Bears with glasses, 114. Affections, 110.

Beg not your death of us, 128. Afoot, 136.

Begun, 150. After, 96.

Behaviours, 95. Aim, I have some, 99.

Beholding, 133. Alchemy, 107.

Belike, 136. All is on the hazard, 149.

Best friend, 151. Alliteration, 93.

Bethink, 145. Alone on Cassius, 143.

Betimes, 146. An, before h or u, 93, 144.

Betwixt, 112. An, conj., 102, 145.

Beyond all use, 118.
Anachronism, 102, 105, 111, 114, Bid, 152.
145.

Bills, 150.
Answer, my, must be made, 106. Bird of night, 104.
Antonius', 94.

Bloody, fiery, 106.
ANTONY : his hostile audience, 133; sign of battle, 148.

his oration, 131 ; his treachery, Boldest, most, 127. 129.

Bondman, 151 ; bondmen, 148. Applauses, 97.

Bootless, 126. Appoint, 139.

Bravery, 148. Apt to be render'd, 119.

Brook'd, 98. to die, 128.

Brought, 103. Are come, 123.

Brutus hath a suit, 121.

Brutus', old, statue, 106. Arms across, 115.

BRUTUS, MARCUS : his laconic style, Arrive the point propos'a, 96.

98; his oration, 133; his political Art thou some god, some angel, or and other mistakes, 114, 129, 144 some devil, 146.

his relations toward Lucius, 115, 145; As it were, 126; as we were, 150. toward Portia, 115 ; his relation- this very day, 149.

ship to Lucius Junius Brutus, 98, - who goes farthest, 106.

106, 111, 117, 133; to Cassius, 94, A-shouting, 100.

111; his self-consciousness after the Até, 130.

murder of Coesar, 127; his unwillingo Away, slight man, 142.

ness to take an oath, 112. A-weary, 143.

Budge, 142. Awl, but with. I am indeed, sir, 92. Burneth, 110.

Business, 139. BAIT NOT ME, 142.

But, 153. Base degrees, 110.

honours you, 112. Battles, 148, 152.

By, 95.

rid, 136.

CÆSAR : assassination of, 124; cor- 1 Conspiracy, 111.

diality, 119; grandiloquent speech, Constancy, 120. 125 ; his manile, 135; prodigies be- Construe, 95. fore his death, 104 ; refuses the crown, Content, '141. 101 ; his spirit lives on, 152 ; super- Contrive, 120. stition, 114, 118 ; swimming prowess, Controversy, hearts of, 96. 97 ; temperance, 120 ; three and thirty Corse, 129. wounds, 149 ; triumph, 93; vacilla- Costly, 130. tion, 119; his will, 135.

Counters, 142. Cæsar doth not wrong, 125.

Covetous, so, to lock, 142. Calpurnia, 94.

3 130.

Coward lips did from their colour contrasted with Portia, 118.

fly, 97. Cancel, 105.

Cross blue lightning, 105. Carrion men, 130.

Cry “Havoc, CASSIUS : relationship to Brutus, 94, Cumber, 130.

111,
Cassius or Cæsar never shall turn Damn, 139.
back, 124.

Dank, 115.
Cast yourself in wonder, 105. Dative, ethical, 101, 137.
Cato, 152.

Dear abide it, 134. young, 152.

my lord, 115. -'s daughter, 116.

Deceitful jades, 141. Cautelous, 113.

DECIUS BRUTUS, 94, 112; his Censure, 133.

treachery, 114, 118, 119. Ceremonies, 118.

Deck'd with ceremonies, 93. -, decked with, 93.

Deep of night has crept upon our Charactery, 117.

talk, 145. Charm, 116.

Degrees, base, 110. Chew upon this, 99.

Devil, eternal, 98. Chose, 117.

Dint, 135. Cicero described by Brutus, 113. Dishonour shall be humour, 143. Ciuna the Poet, 136.

Distract, 144. Circulation of the blood, 116.

Do you salutation, 140.
Circumlocution, 136, 152, 153. Dogs of war, 130.
Citizens, 132.

Doing himself offence, 144.
Clean from the purpose, 104. Doublet, 102.
Climate, 104.

Doubt not of, 129.
Climax of the play, 122.

Drachmas, seventy-five, 135.
Clock hath stricken three, 114. Durst, 142, 151.
Close, 129.
Cobbler, 91.

East, here lies the, 112.
Cold modesty, 129.

Elder soldier, uot a better, 1.42. Colossus, 97.

Elephants, 114. Comes upon a wish, he, 136.

Emulation, 120. Coming from Sardis, 149.

Enemy comes on, 148. Common pulpits, 126.

Entertain, 153. Commoner, 91.

Envy, 114.
Companion, 143.

Epicurus and his opinion, 149.
Conceit, 129 ; conceited, 107. Erebus, 111.
Conceptions only proper to myself, Eternal Devil, 98.
95.

Ethical dative, 101, 137.
Oondemn'd and noted, 141.

Et tu, Brute, 126. Conditional Sentences, 105, 128, 134 ; | Even, 148. mixed forms, 95, 105.

Even virtue, 113. Conjunctions, double, 126 ; omitted, Evil, the, that men do lives after 97, 126.

them, 134. Conn'd, 143.

Exeunt with Cæsar's body, 131. Consorted, 150.

Exhalations, 111.

Ferret and ..:

Exigent, 148.

Hats, their, are pluck'd about their Exorcist, 117.

ears, 111.

“Havoc,” cry, 130. FACTIOUS, 106.

Hazard, all is on, 149. Fain, 100.

He comes upon a wish, 136. Fall, 130, 150.

Heap, 104. their crests, 140.

Hearts of controversy, 96. Falling sickness, 101.

Heavy, 116. Fantasy, 137.

Hedge me in, to, 142. Fashion him, 115.

Hell, 102. Fast asleep, 115.

Here lies the East, 112. Father'd, 116.

Hie, 106. Favour, your outward, 96.

High-sighted tyranny, 112. Fell, 130.

Hilts, 151. Fellow, 126.

His for its, 97, 115, 142, 151. fiery eyes, 100. Hold then my sword, 153. Field, the, 153.

Honour, set, in one eye, 96. Figures, 115.

Honourable, 149. - of speech, 135, 151.

Honourable-dangerous, 106. Fire, as the flint bears, 143.

Hour's, 120. drives out fire, 128.

How he receiv'd you, let me be re-, thus much show of, 99.

solv'd, 140. Flavius, Marullus and, ... are put Hurtled, 118. to silence, 102.

Husbanded, 116.
Fleering, 106.

Hybla bees, 148.
Flint, as the, bears fire, 143.
Flood, the great, 97.

I DO KNOW. you well, 141. of mutiny, 135.

said an elder soldier, etc., 142. Fond to think, 125.

'll tell the news, 152. Fool, why old men, 105.

wish your enterprise may thrive, Forth, 102.

124. - of doors, 137.

Ides of March, 94, 111, 123. Fresh and merrily, 115.

Images, 93.
Fret, 112.

Impatient of my abseu "e, 143.
Funeral, in the order of his, 129. In art, 144.
Funerals, 152.

- his funeral, 130.

- favour's like, 106. GAMESOME, 94.

into, 96. Genius, the, and the mortal instru- - this placeran Cassius' dagger ments, 111.

through, 135. General, the, 110.

Incertain, 150. - good, the, 96.

Indifferently, 96. wrong of Rome, 128.

Infants, your, in your arms, 93. Ghosts did squeak and squeal, 118. Infinitive, for gerund, 93, 104, 134, Glar?d, 104.

136, 142. Go see the order of the course, 94. - sign omitted, 91, 94.

sit in council, how covert mat- Insuppressive, 113. ters, 140.

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Intermit, 93.
Grasped thus, 142.

Is ascended, 132.
Graves have yawn'd, 118.
Greek to me, 102.

Issue, 131.
Griefs, 135, 141.

It, 150, 152. Groan and sweat, 139.

JADES, DECEITFUL, 141. HAD AS LIEF, 96.

Jigging, 143. - rather, 99, 142.

Just, 95.
Hands, 103.
Hart, 129.

KERCHIEF, wear a, 117.

run, 151.

nor, 105.

Kill him in the shell, 110.

Most horrid sights seen by the watch, Knave, 145.

118.

unkindest, 135. LABEO and Flavius, 152.

Much forgetful, 145. Labouring day, 91.

Murellus,

90. Last of all the Romans, 152.

Music, he hears no, 100. Law of children, 125.

Must be let blood, 127. Lean and hungry look, 100.

Mutiny, flood of, 135. Legions on the other side, 150.

to rise and, 135. Lest that, 126.

My heart doth joy, 153. Lethe, thy, 129.

Myself, 150. Lief, had as, 96.

- have letters, 144. Ligarius, Caius, 119. Lightning, 105.

NAPKINS, 134. Like, 99.

Nature of an insurrection, 111. to their ancestors, 105.

Neat's leather, 92. Likes, their, 103.

Negatives, double, 100, 115. -ling, termination, 97.

Nervii, the, 135.
Listen great things, 140.

Never come such division, 145.
Look, Lucius, here's the book, 145. Nice, 142.
Lover, 120, 132, 133.

Niggard, 145.
Low-crooked court’sies, 125. No place will please me so, no mean
Lucilius and Messala stand forth, of death, 128.
149.

Rome of safety, 130. - Titinius, 143.

None so poor to do him reverence, do you the like, 141.

134. Lucius and Brutus, 115, 145.

Nor Lupercal, 93, 134.

heaven nor earth have been, 118.

Nothing jealous, 99. MACE, 145.

Nouns as adjectives, 93. Make forth, 148.

as verbs, 96. Makes to Cæsar, 124. Mantle, you all do know this, 135. O JULIUS CÆSAR, thou art mighty March, Ides of, 94, 111, 123.

is wasted fifteen days, 111. Oath, not an, 112. Mark of favor, 111.

Objects, arts, 139. Marr'd

with traitors, 135. O’er-read, 123. Marry, 100.

-shot, 134. Mart, 142.

watch'd, 145. Marullus and Flavius are put Of for in, 114. to silence, 102.

Older in practice, 142. Masker and a reveller, 149.

On for of, 95. Me, for myself, 105.

for over, 151. Mechanical, 90.

O’nights, 100, 120. Meet, 134.

Only, misplaced, 95, 98, 152, 153. Mender of bad soles, 92.

Opinions of success,

118. Methinks, 144.

Orator, I am no, as Brutus is, 135. there is much reason in his say- Orchard, 109; orchards, 136. ings, 134.

Our arms in strength of malice, 128. Mettle, quick, 103. Misgiving, my, still falls shrewdly to PALTER, 113. the purpose, 127.

Part, 153. Mistook, 95.

Participles, past, 95, 111, 113, 114, 115 Mob, the, 136.

117, 120, 129, 144. Moe, 111, 152.

Passion, 130. Monstrous state, unto some, 105.

Path, 111. Mortified, 117.

Peevish, 149. Most boldest, 127.

Phantasma, 111.

yet, 152.

nouns.

nouns.

Pharsalia, 149.

Reason to my love is liable, 119. Philippi here, 148, 150.

Red as fire, 134. -, if at, we do face him there, 144. Reflexive pronouns; see under Pra of marching

to, 144. plains of, 148.

Regions, 148. Physical, 115.

Relative pronouns; see under Pro Pindarus stabs him, 151. Pitch, 94.

Remorse, 110. Place more void, 121.

Repealing, 126. Please him come, 127.

Replication, 93. Plurals, unusual, of nouns, 95, 97, 156, Resolv’d, 127. 151, 152.

Resting, 126. Plutus', 143.

Result clause: conjunctions omitted, Pompey's basis, on, lies along, 127. 93, 125, 134, 142, 145, 152. - porch, 106.

Rheumy, 116. - theatre, 107.

Rhyme, 103, 152. PORTIA and Brutus, 115; and Cal- Riv'd, 103, 143.

purnia, 118; her voluntary wound, Rome, room, 97. 116.

Rout, 96. Posture of your blows are, 148. Ruby lips, 130. PREPOSITIONS: odd use of, 95, 114, Ruddy drops that visit my sad heart, 151, 152 ; omitted, 96, 99, 140.

116. Praetor's chair, 106.

Rumour, 120.
Presently, 124, 144.

Rushing out of doors, 135.
Press, 94.
Preterite tense ; see under Verbs. SARDIS, Coming from, 149.
Prevent, 150.

Saucy, 104, 143.
Prevention, 112.

Scandal, 96. Prick'd, 129, 139.

Scansion, 95, 96, 104, 114, 129, 144, Private griefs, 135.

145. Profession, sign of your, 91.

Schedule, 123. Prolepsis, 97.

Search this bosom, 151.
PRONOUNS, PERSONAL: case forms, Seem, omitted, 114.

105, 126, 128, 133, 143, 153'; con- Sennet, 94.
fused reference, 100, 133, per- Seventy-five drachmas, 135.
sonal and reflexive confused, 105, Several, 113.
144,

Setting sun, 151. - RELATIVE : antecedent, 93; antece- Shadow, your, 95. dent and relative combined, 103, SHAKSPERE : fondness for the super117, 142, 153; Correlatives, 94, 99, natural, 90, 103; introduction to 106, 113, 125, 128 ; who for which, plays, 90 ; and the mob, 136. 104, 143 ; whose, 97.

Shall, should, 105, 129, 130, 151. Proof, 110.

Sham'st thou, 111. Proper, 92.

Shouted, 101. Property, but as a, 139.

Sick, 115. Public chair, 133.

Sign of your profession, 91. - reasons shall be rendered, 132. Silver hairs will purchase, 113 Públius, 119, 126.

Simile, popular, 134. Puissant, 124.

Sirrah, 151. Pulpits, common, 126.

- Claudius, 146. Puns, 92, 97, 113, 129, 130.

Sister's son, who is your, 139.

Slaughter, have added, 149. QUICK mettle, 103.

Slight man, 142.

unmeritable man, 139. RABBLEMENT, 100.

Smatch, 153. Rank, 127.

So to most noble Antony, 120. Rascal, 142.

Softly, 148. Rather, had, 99, 142.

Soldier, 142.

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