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GENERAL INDEX

Abbott's Shakespearian Gram- |
mar, i. 1. 17-18, 24, 49; i. 2. 11,
19, 31, 53, 65, 80, 109, 118,
137, 222, 232, 244, 277, 406,
439, 450; ii. 1. 82, 127, 130-
131, 163, 207, 220, 287, 296,
321; ii. 2. 15; iii. 1. 1, 37, 62,
71, 79; iii. 2. 101, 106, 109;
iii. 3. 53-56, 62, 80, 92, 93;
iv. 1. 123, 126, 218; v. 1. 15,
43, 139, 249, 310.

adverb as noun, i. 2. 50.
Amphion, ii. 1. 86-87.
Apollo, ii. 1. 86–87.

Ariel's costume, i. 2. 188, 375.
aurum potabile, v. 1. 280.

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chess, v. 1. 164.
Coleridge, i. 2. 53, 237-204, 408;
ii. 1. init., 204-296.
Coleridge, Hartley, iv. 1. 60-138.
Coryat's Crudities, ii. 2. 33.
crises in life, i. 2. 180-184.

Dowden, ii. 1. init., 156-158; iii.
1.81-86; iii. 2. init.; Epil. init.
Dyce, i. 2. 169; ii. 1. 308-309;
iv. 1. 156.

"dead Indian," ii. 2. 34.
Dis, iv. 1. 89.
Discovery of Guiana, iii. 3. 46-47.
Discovery of Witchcraft, i. 2. 326.
double comparative, i. 2.

19,

439.

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2. 21.

Hanmer, i. 1. 69; iv. 1. 66.
Harting, ii. 2. 176.
Hawkins, iv. 1. 3.
Henslowe, i. 2. 375.
Herford, ii. 1. 181.

double negative, i. 2. 406; iii.
2. 101.

Heywood, i. 2. 370; his Philo-
cothonista, ii. 2. 21.
Humane Industry, iii. 3. 65.
Hymen's lamp, iv. i. 22–23.

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Magellan, i. 2. 373.
masque, its underlying concep-
tion, iv. 1. init.; its merits, iv.

1. 60-138.

Medea's incantation, v. 1. 33–50.
metaphor from carpentry, iv. 1.
239; from gardening, i. 2. 81;
from hunting, i. 2. 81; from
theatre, ii. 1. 251.
miraculous harp, ii. 1. 86-87.
Montaigne, ii. 1. 147–164.
Morality plays, ii. 2. 103.
"most busy lest," iii. 1. 15.
Moulton, i. 2. 198, 457-459; iii.
i. init.; iii. 3. init.; iv. 1. init.

Nobody is Somebody, iii. 2. 136.
nominative for accusative, i. 2.

80.
Notes and Queries, iii. 3. 65.

Ogilby's Accurate Description of
Africa, i. 2. 266.

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textual notes, i. 1. 69; i. 2. 26,
29-31, 57-59, 99-102, 146,
173, 200, 301-303, 339, 351-
362, 378-379, 381, 382-383,
396; ii. 1. 33, 94, 130-131, 168,
181, 243, 250, 279; ii. 2. 187;
iii. 1. 15; iii. 3. 36; iv. 1. 3, 9,
123, 128, 156, 184, 231, 264;
v. 1. 23, 60, 129.
Topsell's History of Foure-footed
Beasts, iv. 1. 30.
travelers' insurance in Eliza-
beth's time, iii. 3. 48.
Urchins' Dance, i. 2. 326.
Venus' sparrows, iv. 1. 100.

Paphos, iv. 1. 93.
Philpott, i. 2. 99–102.
phoenix, iii. 3. 22-24.
pleonasm, ii. 1. 250.
Pliny, iii. 3. 22-24.
Praise at Parting, iii. 3. 39.
prologues, ii. 1. 253.

proverbs, i. 1. 31-36; i. 2. 94-95;

ii. 2. 86; iii. 2. 132; iii. 3. 39. | you and ye, use of. i. 2. 323.

water with berries in it, i. 2. 334.
whom, with neuter antecedent, iii.
3. 62.

Widow Dido, ii. 1. 76.
word-play, i. 2. 83, 432; ii. 1.
16-20, 33, 104; iv. 1. 235-238,
239, 246.

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