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pg 275INDEX

This is a guide to selected names, words, phrases, and topics in the Introduction and Commentary. Biblical allusions and proverbial sayings are grouped together. Plays and selected other works cited in the Commentary for cross-reference are also listed. Words which supplement the Oxford English Dictionary are asterisked.

A Mad World, My Masters, 3.1.17
abide a field, 2.3.36
ability, 1.3.45
*able, 1.1.43
about her, 5.4.6
abroad, 1.2.92
accite, 5.2.140; *accites, 2.2.56
accommodated, 3.2.64
Ackland, Joss (as Falstaff), pp. 73–4
aconitum, 4.3.48
acts, n. Induction, 5
addressed, 4.3.5
advice, 1.2.94
advised, 1.1.172
Aeneid, Induction, 1; 1.1.72; 5.3.136; 5.5.36
affairs, 3.2.176
affection, 4.3.302; affections, 4.3.65
affections of delight, 2.3.29
Africa, 5.3.99
against, 4.1.307
Agamemnon, 2.4.217
agate, 1.2.16
aggravate, 2.4.160
ague, 1.2.95
air and promise, 1.3.28
Alchemist, 2.1.159
Alecto's snake, 5.5.36
Alexander, Peter, 2.4.1–20
all put forth, 1.1.186
All is True, 2.1.92
allow, 1.3.5
altered, 4.3.145
Althea's dream, 2.2.82
Amurath, 5.2.48
Ancient, 2.4.68
Antonio and Mellida, 2.4.246–7; 5.3.71
Antony and Cleopatra, pp. 44, 95; 1.2.163; 2.4.188; 4.2.51
ape, n. 2.4.214
Apophthegmes of Erasmus, 2.4.48
apoplexy, 1.2.105
apple-johns, 2.4.1–2
apprehensive, 4.2.96
Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, p. 66
Archbishop of York, 1.1.189
argument, 4.3.328
arrant, 2.1.38
as great aim, 3.2.256
As You Like It, 2.4.1–20, 97; Epilogue, 21–2
aspen leaf, 2.4.107
assemblance, 3.2.249
Assyrian, 5.3.100
at large, 4.3.101
atomy, 5.4.29
atonement, 4.1.219
attach, 4.1.335
attached, 2.2.3
avoirdupois, 2.4.252
away with, 3.2.194
awe-full, 4.1.174; 5.2.85
back-bitten, 5.1.29
backsword man, 3.2.61–2
baffled, 5.3.104
Barbary hen, 2.4.97
Barber, C. L., p. 44
Barbican, pp. 67, 73
Bar'son, 5.3.89
Bartholomew boar-pig, 2.4.228–9
Bartholomew Fair, 3.2.303–4
Barton, Anne, p. 45
Barton, John, p. 67
Basingstoke, 2.1.165
bastardly, 2.1.48
bate, Epilogue, 13
battle, n. 4.1.152; 3.2.151
Battle of Alcazar, 2.4.153–5, 177
BBC, pp. 67–8, 73, 76, 86
bear out, 5.1.41
bear, v., 2.2.16; 2.4.59; 5.3.29
pg 276 bearherd, 1.2.165
Beaumont and Fletcher, 2.1.159; 2.4.243
beavers, 4.1.118
*bed-hangers, 2.1.143
being, 2.1.181
Bell, John, pp. 63, 66
Benson, Constance, p. 67
Benson, Frank, pp.66–7
Berger, Thomas L., pp. 78, 96; 3.2.53
Bergeron, David M., p. 4
Bergman, Ingmar, p. 70
beseek, 2.4.160
beshrew, 2.3.45
best-tempered, 1.1.115
bestow himself, 2.2.161
bestowed, 5.5.11
Betterton, Thomas, pp. 59, 60–2
Bevington, David, pp. 13, 21, 26, 34, 40, 55, 59, 98; 1.1.161–3
bezonian, 5.3.112
bids, 2.4.332
*big, Induction, 13
Billington, Michael, p. 75
Birmingham Repertory Theatre, p. 67
black ouzel, 3.2.7
Blayney, Peter W. M., p. 91
bleed, 4.1.57
bloodied, 1.1.38
blubbered, 2.4.385
bluebottle, 5.4.20
blunt, Induction, 18
Boar's Head, pp. 1, 54, 80; 2.1.68; 2.2.138–9
Bogdanov, Michael, pp. 67, 75
boist'rous, 4.3.321
bona-robas, 3.2.21
Book of Martyrs, p. 5
book-oath, 2.1.101
boot, boot, 5.3.131
Booth, Stephen, pp. 32, 34
borne, 2.1.33
borrower's, 2.2.108
bottle, 1.2.206
bottle-ale, 2.4.127
Bowers, Fredson, p. 97
box of th'ear, 1.2.188
Bradbrook, M. C., pp. 52, 55
Bradley, A. C., pp. 44, 46
Bramham Moor, 1.1.0.1
brand, 2.2.82
brawn, 1.1.19
break, v. Epilogue, 11
breathed, 4.1.112
Brecht, Bert, pp. 69–70
breeds no bate, 2.4.247
brooches, pearls, and ouches, 2.4.48
bruited, 1.1.114
bung, 2.4.125
burns, 2.4.334
Burrell, John, p. 67
Burton, Richard, pp. 28, 69
busses, 2.4.266
But, 1.1.193
by God's liggens, 5.3.64
Cain, 1.1.157
Caird, John, pp. 68, 76
Calder, David (as Falstaff), p. 77
caliver, 3.2.259
calm, 2.4.36
Calydonian boar, 2.2.82
canaries, 2.4.26
candlemine, 2.4.298
capable, 1.1.172–3
Capell, Edward, 1.1.34; 2.4.158
caper with me, 1.2.186
Captain, 2.4.134
carat, 4.3.291
caraways, 5.3.3
carriage, 5.1.68
Cartwright, William, p. 59
case, 2.1.30
cast th'event, 1.1.166
cast, ppl. 5.1.17
cause, n. 1.3.1, 26
cavalieros, 5.3.57
Caxton, William, p. 27
censorship pp. 9, 13, 18, 31, 33, 82–4
certain, 1.1.12
certificate, 2.2.114
Chambers, E. K., p. 29, 1.1.34
chanced, 1.1.87
channel, 2.1.46
Chapman, George, 2.4.109–10
characters, n. 1.2.174–5
charge, 1.2.60–1
pg 277 checked, 1.2.190
Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, p. 66
Chimes at Midnight pp. 42, 67, 69–71, 75, 77
chipped bread, 2.4.236
chopped, 3.2.264
chops, n. 2.4.215
Cibber, Colley, p. 61
Cibber, Theophilus, pp. 6–2
Civil Wars, pp. 18, 21–3, 25, 81; see also Daniel
Clare, Janet, pp. 33, 86
Clement's Inn, 3.2.12
close, v. 2.1.19
Cobham (Oldcastle), p. 34
Cobham (Lord), Sir William Brooke, pp. 9–15. 29, 31–3, 38, 43, 84
Cobham (Lord), Sir Henry Brooke, pp. 31, 35
cock and pie, 5.1.1
coif, 1.1.6, 147
cold, 3.2.121
colour, n. 1.2.240, 5.5.84
come unto it, 3.2.243
commodity, 1.2.243
commotion, 2.4.358
companions, 2.4.92
competence of life, 5.5.65
complices, 1.1.163
compound, v. 4.3.245
conceit, 2.4.239
condition, 4.2.1
confirmities, 2.4.58
conger, 2.4.53
considerance, 5.2.97
consigning, 5.2.142
consist, 4.1.185
continent, 3.1.46
continuantly, 2.1.26
conversations, 5.5.98
conversing, 5.1.59
coped withal, 4.1.321
Cophetua, 5.3.101
coronation day, 3.2.176–7
Corporal Bardolph, 2.4.149
Corporate, 3.2.212
*corpse, 1.1.192
correctioner, 5.4.20
costermongers' times, 1.2.164–5
Cotswold, 3.2.19
counsel every man, 1.1.212
countenance, n. 4.1.239; 5.5.7
countenance, v. 5.1.32
course, 4.3.90
court gate, 3.2.28
cousin, 3.1.65
Coveney, Michael, p. 73
Covent Garden, pp. 61–6, 69
cover, v. 2.4.10
Cowl, R. P., 2.1.1
crack, n. 3.2.28
crack, v. 5.3.61
crafty-sick, Induction, 37
Crane, Ralph, p. 97
creature, 2.2.10
Crewe, Jonathan, p. 4
cribs, 3.1.9
crosses, n. 1.2.220
Crowl, Samuel, p. 70
crown and coronation pp. 1, 3–6, 21–6, 41, 45, 48–50, 52, 61, 65, 95; 5.5.3–4.3
crudy, 4.2.95
current, adj. 2.1.119
curry, 5.1.65
curtain, 1.1.72
curtsy, Epilogue, 1
cushions, 5.4.14
cuts, pp. 58, 60, 62, 64, 68, 72, 74, 76–7, 88, 91
cyclically, pp. 66, 69, 72
Cymbeline, 2.1.142; 3.1.69–76
dace, 3.2.315
dance, v. 4.3.254
dangerous eyes, 4.1.265
Daniel, Samuel, pp. 16, 18, 22, 81; Induction, 37; 1.1.16–17, 109–11, 127–8; 4.3.118–20
daring of the spur, 4.1.117
Davies, Anthony, p. 71
Davies, R. R., p. 20
dead elm, 2.4.328
dear, 4.3.270
death's head, 2.4.232–3
debate, n. 4.3.2
debuty, 2.4.84
pg 278 decreasing leg, 1.2.176
defensible, 2.3.38
Dekker, Thomas, 2.1.0.2
Delius, N., 2.1.26
Dering, Sir Edward, pp. 58, 86
derives from, 1.1.206
determined, 4.3.211
diffrence, 4.1.179
discoverers, 4.1.3
disgrace, 1.1.88–9
displeasing play, Epilogue, 8
*dole, 1.1.169
Dolphin Chamber, 2.1.86
Dommelton, 1.2.28
done me right, 5.3.71
Donno, Elizabeth Story, p. 33
double-charge, 5.3.122
doubt, n. 4.1.197
doubt, v. Epilogue, 6
draw, v. 2.1.146
draw our numbers, 1.3.109
drawers, 2.2.164
drollery, 2.1.141
drooping, Induction, 3
Drury Lane, pp.61–3, 65
dry hand, 1.2.175
dull, 4.3.134
dungeon, 4.2.7
durance, 5.5.33
Eagleton, Terry, p. 44
ears cut off, 2.4.253–4
Eastcheap, pp. 1, 6, 44, 57, 71–3, 81, 88; 2.1.68; 2.2.138–9
ebon black, 5.5.36
Eddington, Paul, pp.76–7
Eddison, Robert, pp. 67, 73
elder, 2.4.256
Eliot, John, p. 17; 2.4.152–8
Elsom, John, p. 73
Elyot, Sir Thomas, pp. 16, 21, 27
endeared, 2.3.11
enforcement, 1.1.120
engaged to, 1.1.180
English Shakespeare Company, pp. 67, 75
engrafted, 2.2.59
engrossed, 4.3.201
enlarge, 1.1.204
ensinewed, 4.1.170
entered him, 2.1.10–11
entered the action, 2.1.1–2
entreasurèd, 3.1.84
Ephesians, 2.2.142
Epilogue, pp. 14–16, 37–8, 62, 84, 93; 2.4.1–20
Erebus, 2.4.155
esquire, 3.2.55
Europa, 2.2.165–6
Evans, G. Blakemore, p. 58
ever among, 5.3.22
Every Man in His Humour, 5.3.52–3
exion, 2.1.29
expedition, 4.2.33
Fabyan, Robert, p. 27
*face-royal, 1.2.22
fain, 2.1.138
faitours, 2.4.157
Falstaff's Wedding, pp. 45, 63
familiarity, 2.1.98
Famous Victories, pp. 4, 16, 21–7, 29, 73–45 2.4.11; 4.3.131–370
Fastolf, Sir John, pp. 28, 30, 36, 39, 43–4
fat rascals, 2.4.41
Fates, 2.2.82
fathers and sons, pp. 4–6, 13, 21, 42, 46, 48–50, 52
favourable, 4.3.134
fear, n. 4.3.121
fear, v. 5.5.77
fears, n. 4.3.325
Feast of the Garter, pp. 10, 11
feeding, 1.1.10
Fehrenbach, Robert J., p. 33
fell, 5.5.36
Ferguson, W. Craig, p. 78
fetch, 2.2.110
fetch off, 3.2.288
Field, Nathan, p. 34
fiery Trigon, 2.4.263
figure, n. 1.3.43
figure, v. 4.1.45
fillip, v. 1.2.222
Firth, Jonathan, p. 77
fist, v. 2.1.21
fit to go, 3.2.160
*flaws congealed, 4.3.35
fled, 1.1.123
fledge, 1.2.19
Fleet, 5.5.89
Fleming, Abraham, pp. 16, 18, 34
flesh, v. 4.3.262
pg 279 fleshed with conquest, 1.1.149
Florio, John, 2.4.68; 3.2.21
fobbed off, 2.1.33
foining, 2.4.229
fond, 1.3.91
fondly, 4.1.346
foolish-compounded, 1.2.7
for thy heart, 2.4.221
forespent, 1.1.37
forestalled remission, 5.2.38
forgetive, 4.2.96
forlorn, 3.2.298
form, n. 4.3.248
forswear half-kirtles, 5.4.21
fortunes, 1.1.23
foul papers, pp. 14, 78–80, 84–90
found the fire, 1.1.74
foundered, 4.2.35
Foxe, John, pp. 5, 33–4, 37
freely, 1.1.27
friends, 3.2.101
fronting, 4.3.66
*fustilarian, 2.1.58
Gad's Hill, 2.4.305
Galen, 1.2.114
gall, v. 1.2.143
Galloway nags, 2.4.188
galls, n. 1.2.171
gan, 1.1.129
garland, 4.3.331; 5.2.83
Garrick, David, pp. 63–4
Gascoigne, Sir William, pp. 21–2; 2.1.68
Gaultres, 4.1.2
general, 4.1.167
genius, 3.2.299
gentle, 1.1.189
German hunting, 2.1.142
get wenches, 4.2.90–1
giant, 1.2.1
*gibbets … bucket, 3.2.253
Gibbons's Tennis Court, p. 59
Gielgud, John, p. 70
Giles, David, p. 67
gird at, 1.2.6
glass, 2.3.21
glasses, 2.1.140
Gloucestershire, pp. 3, 12, 29, 42, 55–7, 81; 3.2.19; 5.1.32–3
glutton, 1.2.33
good respect, 2.2.95
good service, 1.2.59
Goodman, 5.3.88
goodyear, 2.4.175
Gossip, n. 2.1.93
grate on, 4.1.90
gravy, 1.2.158
greatest, 5.3.86
green, 2.1.96
green-sickness, 4.2.90
Greenblatt, Stephen, pp. 49–50, 55
Greg, W. W., pp. 78, 82, 89–92, 96, 98; 2.4.1–20, 153–5
grey, 2.3.19
groats, 1.2.229
grows to, 1.2.86
guarded, 4.1.34
Gurr, Andrew, pp. 16, 24; 2.4.68, 243
Hackett, James Henry (as Falstaff), p. 66
had a suit, 5.1.63
haled, 5.5.34
half-faced, 3.2.254
Hall, Edward, pp. 16, 19, 21, 24, 27, 73
Hall, Peter, pp. 67, 69
hallowing, 1.2.183
halt, v. 1.2.240
Hands, Terry, pp. 5, 60, 67, 71–3,
hangs, 4.1.211
Hankford, Sir William, p. 22
Hanmer, Thomas 3.2.310–11
Hapgood, Robert, p. 70
happy, 4.1.305
Hardy, Robert, p. 69
Hardyng, John, 2.1.24
Harrison, William, pp. 16, 32
Hart, Alfred, p. 86
hasty, 2.1.125
haunch of winter, 4.3.92
Haymarket pp. 61, 63
hearken a'th'end, 2.4.278
heavenly ground, 2.1.137
heaviness, 4.3.140
heavy, 5.2.14
heavy descension, 2.2.165
heavy in, 1.1.121
Hector of Troy, 2.4.216
Hecuba, 2.2.82
heirs of life, 4.1.198
pg 280 Helen of Troy, 5.5.32
Helicons, 5.3.103
hem, 2.4.29
hemistich, p. 53; 4.2.54; 4.3.205–6, 307
hempseed, 2.1.57
hence borne out, 4.3.344
Heroides, 2.2.82
high plot, low plot, pp. 17, 23, 26, 40, 44, 53–5, 80
higher fields, 4.3.3
hilding, 1.1.57
Hillman, Richard, 5.2.48
Hinckley Fair, 5.1.21
Hinman, Charlton, p. 91
Hiren, 2.4.158
history, 4.1.201
history as fiction, pp. 17–20, 21–2, 39, 47
Hobson, Harold, p. 73
Hodgdon, Barbara, pp. 6, 58, 72,
*hold, Induction, 35
hold sortance, 4.1.11
holland, 2.2.21–2
homely biggin, 4.3.158
Honigmann, Ernst, pp. 9, 32, 35, 38–9
hook on, 2.1.158
*hora of abundance, 1.2.44–5
Hotson, Leslie, p. 10
hotter, 1.2.33
household, Induction, 22
Howard, Alan, pp. 5, 72, 74
hulk, 1.1.19; 2.4.64
Hulme, Hilda, 4.3.104
human, 4.2.118
humorous, 4.3.34
humours, 2.1.145; 2.4.161
humours of blood, 2.3.30
Hunsdon (First Lord), Henry Carey, pp. 9, 31, 33
Hunsdon (Second Lord), George Carey, pp. 10, 11, 31–2, 84
hunt counter, 1.2.87–8
hurly, 3.1.25
husband, 5.3.11
husbanded, 4.2.115
Hydra, 4.1.264
image, 5.2.73
imbrue, 2.4.193
imp, 5.5.41
in, 5.5.37
in commission, 3.2.85–6
in common sense, 4.1.259
in few, 1.1.112
*in good case, 2.1.104
in presence, 4.3.17
in question, 1.2.58
in reason, 2.2.46
in your state, 5.2.98
Inchbald, Mrs, p. 64
incision, 2.4.193
indifferency, 4.2.20–1
indited, 2.1.27
infer, 5.5.13
infinitive, 2.1.24
inflammation, 4.2.92
instance, 3.1.102
intended, 4.1.164
intends, 1.2.8
intervallums, 5.1.73
invested, 4.3.6
investments, 4.1.45
invincible, 3.2.299
inward, 3.1.106
iron, 4.1.234
Jacob, E. F., 1.2.105
James, Richard, pp. 13, 36
*Jealousy, Induction, 16
Jenkins, Harold, p. 4
Johnson, Samuel, pp.45–6, 81
pg 281Jonson, Ben, 3.2.147–52; 5.3.52–3, 100
Jordan, 2.4.34
Jowett, John, pp.79–81, 87, 95; 5.5.3–4.3
joy, 2.4.47
Julius Caesar, 1.3.33
jumps upon joint-stools, 2.4.245
just, 3.2.79
just distance, 4.1.224
just proportion, 4.1.23
justly, 4.1.67
juvenal, 1.2.18
Kael, Pauline, p. 71
Kastan, David Scott, pp. 14, 31
Keech, 2.1.92
keeper, 1.1.143
Kemble, Charles, p. 65
Kemble, John Philip, p. 65
Kemp, Will, pp.14–15, 29; 2.4.1–20
ken, 4.1.149
Kenrick, W., pp. 45, 63
Kerrigan, John, p. 56
kickshaws, 5.1.24
Kidd, John, p. 67
Killigrew, Thomas, p. 59
kindly, 4.3.213
King Cerberus, 2.4.166
Kirkman, Francis, p. 59
kirtle, 2.4.272
knave, 1.2.34–5
knew for, 1.2.5
Knott, John R., p. 34
Knowles, Richard, Induction, 0.1
Kott, Jan, p. 69
Kyd, Thomas, 2.4.195
lack–linen, 2.4.120–1
land–service, 1.2.131
lanthorn, 1.2.44–5
largely, 1.3.12
latest, 4.3.312
lavish, adj. 4.3.64
leather–coats, 5.3.41
Lee, Sidney, 4.3.headnote
leer upon, 5.5.6
leman, 5.3.46
let it come, 5.3.52
Lethe, 5.2.71
level, adj. 4.3.7
level, v. 3.2.256
Lever, J. W., 2.4.152–8
lewd, 2.2.58
licensing, pp. 82, 84, 86–7
lief, 1.2.40
Lieutenant, 5.5.87
like, v. 3.2.81
like a church, 2.4.227–8
liking, 2.1.89
limbs, 5.2.134
Lincolnshire, pp. 12, 81
lined, v. 1.3.27
Linthicum, M. Channing, 2.2.14–16, 3.1.0.1
lion, 1.2.190
Lisle's Tennis Court, p. 59
little, 3.1.42
little tiny, 5.1.24; 5.3.56
liver, 4.2.100; 5.5.30
livers, 1.2.170
Locrine, 2.4.153–5
lodge, v. 4.3.337
Lombard Street, 2.1.28
look about, 5.1.45
look beyond, 4.3.67
looked, 1.2.41
loosely studied, 2.2.7
Lord Bardolph, 1.1.34
losing office, 1.1.101
Love's Labour's Lost, 4.3.92
Lubber's, 2.1.28
Lupton, D., 1.2.48
lusty, 3.2.14
Lyly, John, p. 42
Macready, William Charles, p. 65
madcap Hal, pp. 1, 6, 26–7, 46
magnanimous, 3.2.156
make head, 1.1.168
makes a period, 4.3.360
Malcontent, 5.4.0.1–2
mallet, 2.4.240
malmsey–nose, 2.1.38
Malone, Edmond, 3.2.81
Maloney, Michael, p. 76
malt–worms, 2.4.331
man, 4.1.234
man in a censer, 5.4.18–19
man-queller, 2.1.51
mandrake, 1.2.14; 3.2.300–1
manned with, 1.2.16
pg 282many, 1.3.91
mark, 2.3.31
marks, n. 1.2.187
Marlowe, Christopher, p. 17
married in conjunction, 5.1.61
Marston, John, 2.4.246–7; 5.4.0.1–2
Martin, R. W. F., p. 34
Martlemas, 2.2.96
Mason, Brewster (as Falstaff), pp.72–3
Master Dumb, 2.4.86–7
mate, n. 2.4.121
mayst, 2.2.121
McKeen, David, pp. 29, 31–3
Measure for Measure, 2.4.142–3; 3.2.30
meat, 2.4.121
mechanical, 5.5.35
medicine potable, 4.3.292
meet for rebellion, 4.1.344
Melchiori, Giorgio, pp. 4,79, 88; 1.1.0.1; 1.1.30, 34, 161–3, 202; 2.1.26; 2.4.179
Memorial (later Royal Shakespeare) Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, pp. 28, 66–7, 71–3, 75
men of choice, 1.3.11
Merchant of Venice, Epilogue, 11
Meres, Francis, pp. 9, 10
Merry Wives, pp. 7, 10–13, 32, 36, 43, 62, 70, 72; 1.2.234; 2.1.30;4.1.236
mess, 2.1.94
metal, 1.1.116
mete, 4.3.77
meting, 4.3.32
metre, pp.37–8, 89
Middleton, Thomas, 2.1.0.2; 3.1.17
Midsummer Night's Dream A, 2.4.196; 3.1.46
Mile-End Green, 3.2.268
Mirror for Magistrates, 2.3.21
misordered, 4.1.259
mock, 5.2.125
moist, 1.2.175
Monmouth, Induction, 29
monstrous, 4.1.260
more and less, 1.1.209
Moreau, Jeanne, p. 70
Morgann, Maurice, p. 46
much, 2.4.129
Much Ado, 2.4.1–20
muddy, 2.4.39
Muir, Kenneth, p. 17
murder, v. 2.4.130
Murphy, Gerard, pp.73–5
Nashe, Thomas, p. 32; 5.3.72–4
national destiny, pp. 48, 64–5, 68–9, 77
nave of a wheel, 2.4.253
neaf, 2.4.184
necessary form, 3.1.86
new, 2.3.47
New (Albery) Theatre, p. 67
New Inn, 3.2.147–52
new-dated, 4.1.8
night-gown, 3.1.0.1
Nine Worthies, 2.4.218
nine-score and odd posts, 4.2.35–6
Noble, Adrian, pp. 67, 75–6
noise, 2.4.11
nomenclature, pp. 7, 15, 27–31, 34, 39
note, n. 5.1.15
notice, n. 1.3.85
Nunn, Trevor, pp. 67, 73–5
nut-hook, 5.4.7
obedience, 4.3.276
observed, 4.3.30
occasion, 4.1.72
occupy, 2.4.145
o'erset, 1.1.185
offer, v. 4.1.217
offices, 1.3.47
old church, 2.2.142
old utis, 2.4.19
Old Vic, pp. 2, 51, 67, 69, 75
Oldcastle, pp. 7, 9, 13–14, 25, 28, 31–40
Oliver, H. J., pp.10–12
Olivier, Laurence, pp.66–8, 71
omit, v. 4.3.27
one, 1.1.157
opener and intelligencer, 4.1.246
opposed, 4.3.66
opposite, n. 1.3.55; 4.1.16
orchard, 1.1.4
original, 1.2.112
Ortho-epia Galilea, p. 17; 2.4.152–8, 164–5
ostentation, 2.2.47
pg 283out, 5.3.65
out-breathed, 1.1.108
*overrode, 1.1.30
overscutched housewives, 3.2.302
owed, 1.2.4
Owen, Jane, p. 34
pacify, 2.4.79
pagan, n. 2.2.146
pallets, 3.1.10
pantler, 2.4.236
parcel-gilt, 2.1.86
parcels, n. 4.1.262
Paris, 2.2.82
Park Theatre, New York, p. 66
part, n. 4.3.194
part-created cost, 1.3.60
partial, 3.1.26
participation of society, 5.1.61–2
party, 1.2.4
passing, 4.1.311
passion, 1.1.161
pastoral, pp.55–7, 68
Patterson, Annabel, p. 18
pay, v. 2.1.155
peasant, Induction, 33
peascod-time, 2.4.378
Peele, George, p.17; 2.4.153–5, 158
Pendleton, Thomas A., p. 37
Pennington, Michael, pp. 67, 75
Pepys, Samuel, p. 59
perfumes, 2.4.27
Phelps, Samuel, p. 66
Philaster, 2.4.243
philosopher's two stones, 3.2.314
phrases, 3.2.68
physic, 1.1.137
picking, 4.1.196
Pie Corner, 2.1.26–7
piled, 4.3.201
pinches, n. 1.2.225
pipe, Induction, 15
Pistol, 2.4.68
pistol-proof, 2.4.113
Pizzle, 2.4.159
Plutarch, p. 17; 4.2.40
point, 1.1.53
point of war, 4.1.52
points, n. 2.4.129
Pollard, A. W., pp. 79, 90
Pomfret, 1.1.205
Poole, Kristen, p. 39
Pope, Alexander, pp. 14, 38, 81; 1.1.161–3
Porter, 1.1.0.1
ports, 4.3.155
post, 2.4.372
post-horse, Induction, 4
Potter, Stephen, p. 68
pottle-pot, 5.3.63
power, 1.1.133
precepts, 5.1.11
pregnancy, 1.2.165
presented, 5.2.78
presently, 2.1.173; 2.4.366
prick him, 3.2.108; pricked, 3.2.150; pricked-down, 2.4.329
proface, 5.3.28
profanity, pp. 90, 93, 98
project of a power, 1.3.29
prompt-book, pp.14–15, 95, 97–9
*proof, 4.2.87–8
proper, 2.2.147; 5.2.108
propose, 5.2.91
prose, pp. 54, 61, 66, 68, 80–2
Prosser, Eleanor, pp. 85, 92–3, 95, 97–8; 1.2.34–5, 44–5
proudly, 5.2.129
puissance, 1.3.9
purchased, 4.3.329
put him to, 3.2.160–1
quaffed, 4.3.215
quality, 4.1.11
quantities, 5.1.55
quarrel, n. 4.3.298
Quayle, Anthony, pp. 28, 67–9
quean, 2.1.46
Quin, James, pp. 61, 63
quit, adj. 3.2.229
pg 284quit, v. 2.4.338
quittance, 1.1.108
quiver, adj. 3.2.270
quoit 2.4.189
Rackin, Phyllis, p. 7
rage, n. 4.1.34
*ragged, 3.2.138
ragged, 5.2.38
ragged'st, 1.1.151
rain, n. 4.3.141
rampallian, 2.1.58
rank, adj. 3.1.38; 4.1.64
rascal, 5.4.30
rash, 4.3.48
rate, v. 1.3.44; 5.2.69; rated, 3.1.67
ratsbane, 1.2.40
rearward of the fashion, 3.2.301
recordation, 2.3.61
red lattice, 2.2.75
Redgrave, Michael, pp. 28, 67–9
remembered, 5.2.141
remembrance, 5.2.114
respect, 1.1.184
retrospection, pp. 2, 4, 18, 43, 49–50, 80, 82, 84
reverent, 1.2.97
revision, pp.79–81, 89
revolution, 3.1.45
Rey, Fernando, p. 70
rheumatic, 2.4.57
Richard III, 1.1.116; 1.2.181–2
Richardson, Ralph, pp. 68, 70
right Justice, 5.2.101
rigol, 4.3.167
road, 2.2.158
Romans, 2.2.116
rood, 3.2.3
roundly, 3.2.16
roused, 4.1.116
rowel-head, 1.1.46
Royal Shakespeare Company, pp.67, 69,73
rude scene, 1.1.159
ruff, 2.4.130
Rumour, pp.73–74, Induction, 0.1
Rutherford, Margaret, p. 70
sad, 5.1.74
sadly, 5.2.124
saltness of time, 1.2.96
Samingo, 5.3.72–4
Samson Stockfish, 3.2.30
sanctities, 4.1.247
Saturn and Venus, 2.4.261
scab, 3.2.265
scaly, 1.1.146
Schafer, Elizabeth, 2.1.89
Scoggin's, 3.2.28
Scrope, 1.1.189
sea-boy, 3.1.27
sea-coal, 2.1.87
seal with him, 4.2.126
Seale, Douglas, pp. 2, 67, 69
*searching, 2.4.27
sect, 2.4.37
security, 1.2.43
semblable coherence, 5.1.57
semper idem, 5.5.27
sensible, 1.2.189
sequel, pp.1–3, 4, 6, 9, 43, 59–60, 63, 89
serve, 3.2.131
service, n. 3.2.242
set me off, 1.2.13; set off, ppl. 4.1.143
Shadow, 3.2.119
Sharpe, Robert Boies, p. 29
she-knight errant, 5.4.22
sherry-sack, 4.2.93
shift me, 5.5.21
short cloak, 1.2.29
short-legged hens, 5.1.23
*shot, n. 3.2.264
shove-groat shilling, 189–90
Shrimpton, Nicholas, p. 74
sickness, pp. 1, 20, 40, 47–8
Sidney, Sir Philip, 2.1.89
sights, 4.1.119
signories, 4.1.109
Silence, 3.2.85
silk stockings, 2.2.14–16
Simmes, Valentine, pp.78–9, 83
Sincklo, John, pp. 29, 90; 5.4.0.1–2
pg 285sinful continents, 2.4.283
singing-man of Windsor, 2.1.89
single, adj. 1.2.178
Sir Dagonet, 3.2.269–70
1 Sir John Oldcastle, p. 35
Sir Thomas More, p. 79
Sisters Three, 2.4.196
sleep, 3.1.5
slops, 1.2.29
small beer, 2.2.6
smell a fox, 1.2.151
Smithfield, 1.2.48
smoothy-pates, 1.2.36
sneap, 2.1.120
soft, 5.2.96
Sonnets: 20 (3.2.109–11); 144 (2.4.48–9); 132(2.3.19) sound the bottom, 4.1.277
sources, pp.16–27
south, 2.4.358
Spanish Tragedy, 2.4.153–5, 195
speaker, 4.1.244
spent, 3.2.115
Spevack, Marvin, p. 55
spirit, 1.1.92
spirits, 5.2.124
spit white, 1.2.206
Sprague, Arthur C., p. 67
spread, 5.3.8
spring of day, 4.3.35
Stamford, p. 12; 3.2.36,
stand, v. 3.2.212; 4.1.163; 4.2.80
stand the push, 2.2.35
*stand to, 2.1.62
stand to't, 2.1.5
stand upon, 1.2.36
state, n. 3.1.13; 5.2.141
state of floods, 5.2.131
Stephens, Robert (as Falstaff), p. 76
stews, 1.2.51.2.
stick, 1.2.22
stiff-borne, 1.1.177
still, adv. Induction, 4
still-discordant, Induction, 19
still-stand, 2.3.64
stomach, 4.3.107
*stop, Induction, 17
stopping, 1.1.78
Stow, John, pp. 16, 21, 26, 73; 1.1.109–11; 1.2.29; 1.3.82; 2.1.68
strain, n. 4.3.300
strange, 1.1.94
stratagem, 1.1.8
stray, n. 4.1.347
strike sail, 5.2.18
structure, pp. 30, 40, 50, 54–5, 80–1
suborned, 4.1.90
substitute, n. 4.1.254
substituted, 1.3.84
substitutes in absence, 4.3.6
successively, 4.3.331
suffered, 2.3.57
sufficient, 3.2.91
Sugden, Edward, 2.1.28; 2.2.138––9; 5.1.21
sullen, 1.1.102
summer bird, 4.3.91
Summer's Last Will and Testament, 5.3.72–4
supplies, n. 1.3.12
supposed sincere, 1.1.202
surety, 1.1.191
Swaab, Peter, p. 71
swagger, v. 2.4.97
swaggering, 2.4.70
sway on, 4.1.24
sweat, Epilogue, 29
sweating, pp. 37, 38
swinge–bucklers, 3.2.19–20
swinged, 5.4.19
sworn brother, 3.2.306
ta'en up, 4.1.252
tables, 4.1.199
take not on me, 4.1.60
*taking-up, 1.2.38–9
tall, 5.1.51
tallow, 1.2.154
Tamburlaine, 5.3.99; Tamburlaine I, 2.4.153–5, 167, 172; Tamburlaine II, 2.4.161–3
tame cheater, 2.4.95
tardy tricks, 4.2.28
Tarlton, Richard, pp. 16, 26
tarry, 3.2.184
taste, n. 2.3.52
Taylor, Gary, pp. 9, 14, 35–7, 80–1, 87, 91, 95, 97–8
temper, n. 2.1.79
tempering, 4.2.125
Tempest, 3.2.30
tester, 3.2.265
tetralogy, pp. 1, 4, 15, 26, 47–8, 67–9, 71, 77–8
pg 286Tewkesbury mustard, 2.4.239
thews, 3.2.248
Thomas Wart, 3.2.133
Thomas of Walsingham, p. 27
Thorndike, Sybil, p. 68
three-man beetle, 1.2.222
tidy, 2.4.228
tilly-fally, 2.4.82
Tillyard, E. M. W., pp. 69, 75
Tilney, Edmund, p. 33
Tilt-yard, 3.2.307
tiring on, Induction, 37
tirrits, 2.4.202
tisick, 2.4.84
title-leaf, 1.1.60
Tito Livio, p. 27
Titus, 2.3.19
tolling, 4.3.205
tonight, 2.1.164
touch ground, 4.1.17
town-bull, 2.2.150
trade of, 1.1.174
translate, 4.1.47
treble hautboy, 3.2.311
Tree, Herbert Beerbohm, p. 66
trilogy pp. 67, 71–2
trimmed, 1.3.94
tripe-visaged, 5.4.8
Troilus and Cressida, 1.2.168–9; 2.2.82; 2.4.217
Troy, 2.2.82
truncheon, 2.4.138
try, 4.3.296
Turkish Mahamet, 2.4.158
Tumbull Street, 3.2.292
Twelfth Night, 4.1.70; 5.3.104
twenty nobles, 2.1.149–50
twice and once, 5.3.39
Two Gentlemen of Verona, The, 2.4.340–3
Tynan, Kenneth, pp.68–9
tyranny, 4.3.215
Udall, Nicholas, 2.4.48
Umfrevile, Sir John, p. 90; 1.1.34, 161–3
under life, 1.1.141
unequal, 4.1.100
unfathered heirs, 4.3.122
unpay, 2.1.117
unseasoned, 3.1.104
upon the file, 1.3.10
upswarmèd, 4.1.256
Ursula, pp. 45, 63; 1.2.234
usurpation, pp. 17, 46–9, 83, 85
vail his stomach, 1.1.129
vain, 5.5.43
Valentinian, 2.1.159
Valpy, Richard, p.64
vantage, 2.1.77
varlets, 2.1.45
venture, 1.1.59; Epilogue, 7
Venus and Adonis, 2.2.129
verse, pp.53–4
Vice's dagger, 3.2.304
Vickers, Brian, p. 6
videlicet, 2.2.15
view, n. 2.1.22
vile, 1.2.17; 3.1.15
Virgil, Induction, 1 1.1.72; 5.5.36
visitation, 3.1.21
Walker, Alice, pp. 86, 96–8
want, v. 5.3.28
wanton, 1.1.148
Warbeck, Perkin, 2.1.89
warder, 4.1.123
Wardle, Irving, pp.72–4
wassail candle, 1.2.154
waste, v. 4.3.345
wasted, 4.1.213
watch-case, 3.1.17
water, 1.2.2
waterwork, 2.1.142
Webster, John, 2.1.0.2
weigh, 5.2.101
well conceited, 5.1.31
well said, 5.3.9
Welles, Orson, pp. 42, 67, 69–71, 75
Wells, Stanley, pp. 32, 57; 4.3.91
wen, 2.2.100
West, Gilian, 2.1.24
what the goodyear, 2.4.58–9
Wheeson, 2.1.88
whipping-cheer, 5.4.5
*whoreson, adj. 1.2.14, 105; 2.4.206
wicked, 2.4.317
William Cook, 5.1.9
Williams, George Walton, pp. 14, 28, 58, 78–9, 82, 84, 98; 3.2.53
pg 287Williams, Clifford, p. 67
Wilson, John Dorer, 2.4.1–20
win, v. 4.3.309
winking, 1.3.33
witnessed usurpation, 1.1.63
Wolner, William, 2.1.89
womb, 4.2.22
Woodvine, John, p. 75
word to sword, 4.1.236
working, 4.3.41
workings, 4.1.248
Woudhuysen, H. R., p. 45
writ man, 1.2.25
wrought out life, 1.1.182
your stream of quality, 5.2.34
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