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Deceit

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Invective
Deformity

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Nobility
Delay

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Patronage
Despair

34

Peace
Discontent

37 Prayer
Evening

Richard III. Character
Execration

Royalty
Flattery

Sorrow
High Birth

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Submission
Hope

76 Tale
Hypocrisy

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Words
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Apothecary

6 Lover's Herald
Beauty

13

Moderation in Love
Dreams

40 Morning
Impatience

86 Philosophy
Love

99 Poverty
Lover

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Resolution
TAMING OF THE SHREW.
Aprearances

7

Scolding
Hounds

77

Wife's Duty
Painting

132

TEM PEST.
Beauty

Innocence
Charm dissolved

17 Misery
Compassion

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Monster
Conscience

23

Music
Despondence

35 Reproach
Doomsday

39

Sleep
Drunkards

41

Storm
Fairies

50 Swimining
Ideal Government

79 Sympathy
Incredulity

87 Torment

TIMON OF ATHENS.
Benevolence

13 Picture
Ceremony

16 Politics
Duelling -

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Promises
Execration

Thanks
Fidelity

57 Thievery
Ingratitude

88, 89

Want
Law

96

Wrong
Painting

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TITUS ANDRONICU S..
Invitation to Love

93 Ring in a dark Pit
Mercy

Tears
Revenge

160 Vale described

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TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.

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Doubt

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Perseverance
Exultation

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Fortitude

61 Pleasure and Revenge
Greatness

68 Pride
Grecian Youths

68 Protestation of Love
Hector fighting

71 Resolution
Honour

75 Respe &
Love

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Troilus's Character
Man

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Value
Omiffion

126 Vows
Order

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Wantonners
Parting of Lovers

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Women
TWELFTH NIGHT.
Beautiful Boy

Love unfought
Beauty

12 Music
Concealed Love

Natural Affection
Disguise

37

Old Song
Inconstancy

86 Resolved Love
Love in Women

100 True Love

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TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA.
Courtship

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Patience
Hope

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Perseverance in Love
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86 Separation
Love

98 Solitude
Marks of a Lover

107 Stream
Mistress

113

Travelling
Modesty

113 Youth
Parting of Lovers

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THE WINTER'S TALE.
Apparition

Innocence

90, 91
Art and Nature

King killing

95
Consent of a Father
24 Knowiedge hurtful

96
Country Lass

26 Lover's Commendation 102
Despair

33
Parental Fondness

149
Garlands for Old Men 64 Prosperity

149
for Middle Age 65 Protestation

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for Youth

65
Simplicity

168
Gifts from a Lover

65
Statue

172
Jealousy

80 Storm described by a Clown 173
Impudence
86 True Love

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Infant exposed

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Wonder

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2. Measure for Measure, A. 3. Sc. 3.
3. As You Like It, A, 2. Sc. 7.
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