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Wreck, a clown's description of one
Wrong and insolence described
York, duke of, his death described
his character of his sons
in battle, description of him
York, Dutchess of, her lamentation on the misfortunes of
her family
Young women, advice to them
Youth, courage and modesty in them

the boasting of

Youths, Grecian, described hy Troilus

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Margaret, Queen, her execrations on Richard III. her exprobation in a soliloquy

Marriage described
Master taking leave of his servants

Mediocrity
Melancholy

the varieties of
the parent of error

Men all frail

wilful Mercy

frequently mistaken commended in governors Merit always modest Messenger, post, described with ill news

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no stability in one Modesty in youth Moon

Moonlight

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night Morning, description of dawn of

Mother, fondness of one for a beautiful child

ravings of one

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grief of one for the loss of her son

Murder of the two young princes in the Tower description of

Murderer, countenance of one
Muse invocation to

Music

Nature, the force of

and art

Newsbearer

Night, description of
Night in a camp described
Obedience to princes

Octavia's entrance, what it should have been

Offences mistaken
Oliver, his description of danger when sleeping
Ophelia, description of her death

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Ophelia, her interment

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Opportunity to be seized on all occasions of life
Ornament, or appearances, the deceit of
Othello, his description to the Senate of his winning
the affections of Desdemona

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after a siege
People, Brutus's speech to the

Percy, Lady, her pathetic speech to her husband

Perfection admits of no addition

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her picture

human, the extent of

Person, description of a murdered one
Petition, a tender one
Philosophy, a shepherd's
Pity to be discarde
Play-fellows
Pleasure, the vanity of

in war

and revenge
of doing good

Poetry, the power of, with females
Popular favour, method to gain
Popularity described
Portia, her suitors

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