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A. S. P. C.L. Hands. His hands abroad display'd, as one that grasp'd and ruggid for life 2 Henry vi.13 21 58812 - Thy hand is but a finger to my fift

Ibid. 4 10 5982 38 - This hand was made to handle nought but gold

Ibid. 5 1 59911/29
That hand of thine is made to grasp a palmer's staff

Ibid. 1 600 1127
Here is a hand to hold a scepter up, and with the same to a controlling laws Ibid. 1 600 1 32
This strong r.ght hand of mine can pluck the diadem from faint Henry's head 3 Hen.vi.2 16102 46
I had rather chop this hand off at a blow, and with the other fling it at thy face,
than bear so low a sail to strike to thee

Ibid. 1 6281153 0, cursed be the hand, that made these holes

Ricbard in.1 2635|2111 Dismissed me with his speechless hand

Coriolanus. s 1 7332138 Held up his left hand, which did Aame and burn like twenty torches join'd Jul. Cæfar. 11 37451 49 Else fhall you not have any hand at all about his funeral

Ibid.

3) 1 75412) 4 A hand, that kings have lipp'd and trembled kissing

Ant. and Cleop.2 5 777 - 36 Henceforth, the white hand of a lady fever thee, shake thou to look on't Ibid.

311 7891238 O that her hand! in whose comparison all whites are ink

Troil. and Crep 1 I 8581151 This hand, whose touch, whose every touch, would force the feeler's soul to the oath of loyalty

Cymbeline. 11 71 900 1127 Join gripes with hands made hard with huurly fallhood

Ibid. 1 71 900132 And touching her's, make happy my rude hand

Romeo and Juliet. 1 5 973242 The hand of little employment hath the daintier sense

Hamler.

5 11034/1116 This hand is moist, my lady

Otbello. 31 4106519 Hand-faf. If that shepherd be not in hand-fast, let him fly

Winter's Tale. 4 3 357|| 8 Hand-in-band. A kind of hand-in-hand comparison

Cymbeline. 1 5897124 Hand-faw. I know a hawk from a hand-saw

Hamlet. 2) 2 1014 13 Hand and feal. Here is your hand and seal for what I did

K. Juba. 4. 2 4051 12 When the last account 'twixt heaven and earth is to be made, then shall this hand and seal witness against us to damnation

Ibid.4 2405113 Handkerchief. Which, say to her, did drain the purple rap from her sweet brothers' bodies

Richard iii. 4 4 6621 5 That handkerchief did an Ægyptian to my mother give

Oibello. 3. 41065-46 Its virtues described by Othello

Ibid. 31 41065150 It was an handkerchief, an ant que token my father gave my mother Ibid. 5 2 1078 137 Handle. O handle not the theme, to talk of hands

Tit. Andronicus. 3 2 844 3 Handled. If you handled her privately, she would sooner confess Meas for Meals | 100 - 49 How wert thou handled, being prisoner

i Henry vi. 1 41 548 147 Handleft. Her voice handleft in thy discourse

Troil. and Cres. 1 1 8587151 Handmaid. She will a handmaid be to his desires, a loving nurse, a mother to his youth

Titus Andronicus. I) 2834, 243 Handsomeness. I will beat thee into handsomeness

Troil. and Crefl: 21 1865 47 Handy-dandy. Change places; and handy-dandy, which is the justice, which is the thief

Lear. 6958134 Handy work. As proper men as ever trod upon neats-leather, have gone upon my handy work

Julius Cæfar. 1 1 74112 7 Hang no more about me, I am no gibbet for you

Merry Wives of Wind. me in a bottle like a cat

Macb Ado Abt. Notb. 1 1123249 It were an alms to hang him

Ibid. 2 3 13012 20 I would not hang a dog by my will, much more a man, who hath any honesty in him

Ibid. - Beg, that thou may ít have leave to hang thyself

Mercb. of Venice. 1 217 2 57 And hangs resolved correction in the arm that was uprear'd to execution 2 Henryiv. 4) : 4943 31 For in my gallery thy picture hangs : but now thy substance Mall endure the like

i Henry vi. 2) 3 552 | 4 him with his pen and ink-horn about his neck

2 Henry vi. 4 2 593 2 47 Hanged. A man is never undone till he be hang'd

Two Gent. of Ver. 21 5 372 33 You must rise and be hanged

Meal. for Meal: 4.3 I'll see thee hang'd on Sunday first

Tam, of the Sbrew. 2 1 262 236 He that is well hang'd in this world, needs fear no colours Twelftb Nigbr. 1 5 310215 An you do not make him be hang’d among you, the gallows shall have wrong 2 H.iv. 2 2 482126 ! by’r lady, then I have brought up a neck to a fair end

Titus Andron. 41 41 8492 23 Seek thou rather to be hang'd in compassing thy joy, than to be drown'd, and go without her

O:bello. 23/1050/2147 Harig-beg is Latin for bacon

M.Wives of Wind. 14 Hanging. Stand fast good fate to his hanging

Tempeft.lt If he be not born to be hanged, our case is miserable

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A.S. P. C.L. Hanging. Marry, a good hanging prevents a bad marriage

Twelfth Nigbi. ll 5| 3101213°

Wiriter's Tale. 14 2 3481242
Beating and hanging are terrors to me
Thou old traytor, I am sorry, that by hanging thee, I can but shorten thy lite one

Ibid. 4 3 353 1 43
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Some dreadful story hanging on thy tongue

3 Henry vi. 12

1 609 2 54 My hangings all of Tyrian tapestry

Tam. of the Sbrew. 2

1 2631 32 And like rich hangings in a homely house, so was his will in his old feeble body

2 Henry vi. 5) 2 602 2118 -'s the way of winking

Cymbeline. 51 4 9232115
Hangman. Your hangman is a more penitent trade than your bawd Meal for Meal.141 2
The little hangman dare not shoot at him

M. Ado About Nothing: 2 133 1 4
Some hangman must put on my shrowd, and lay me where no priest Movels in dust

Winter's Tale.41 3) 3541121 Thou shalt have the hanging of the thieves, and so become a rare hangman iH.ivoli 2 4432125 Some of the best of them were hereditary hangmen

Coriolanus. 21

7122.46 To be ftil'd the under hangman of his kingdom; and hated for being preferr'd fo well

Cymbeline. 2 31 903 254 But a man that were to seep your neep, and a hangman to help him to bed, I think he would change places with his officer

Ibid. 51 4 9231156 Hangman's boy.

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 3 40243 Hannibal. O, thou wicked Hannibal

Meas. for Meal. 2 812 29 Prove this, thou wicked Hannibal

8112 33 A witch, by fear, not force, like Hannibal drives back our troops i Henry vi. 1 5 549121 4 Hafte. Our haste from hence is of so quick condition that it prefers itself Meas. for Meal.1 76140 My hafte doth call me hence

Tam. of the Shrew. 31 21 2662 8 This hafte hath wings indeed

All's Well.21 284.16 What a hafte looks through his eyes

Macbetbeli 2 364 123 · Pray heaven, we make halte, and come too late

Richard ii. 1 41 419.2 44 My liege, this haste was hot in question

i llenry iv. 1 1442122 My harte made me unmannerly

Henry viii. 4! 2

6922 39 Go, put it to the hafte

Ant. and Cleop. 512 800229 Let your hafte commend your duty

Hamlet. 21001245 me to know it

Ibid. 151007 1 18 Hafted. Let it be fo hafted

Mer. of Venice. 2 2 203.2 25
Hafting, Lord. D. P. 2 Henry iv.

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Richard ii. Hafty. Is he so hasty, that he doth suppose my Neep my death

2 Henry iv. 414 4991752 Hats. Rye-ftraw hats

Tempeft. 41 1

17:221 But as the fashion of his hat

Much Ado About Nothing. I

1221 With your hat pent-house-like o'er the shop of your eyes

Love's Labor L ft. 3

1541247 What manner of man? is his head worth a hat, or his chin worth a beard As Y. L. It.

3 236;23 An old hat with the humour of forty fancies prick'd in't for a feather T. of the Shrew. 3

2 2651 45 The wisdom of their choice is rather to have my hat than my heart

Coriolanus. 21 31 717 1152
And with his hat thus waving it in scorn

Ibid. 2 31 7181.13
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Hamlet. 4 5 1028 2119
Hatcb. In at the window, or else o'er the hatch

King Jobr. 1 1 389 1 39
That hand, which had the strength, even at your door, to cudgel you, and make
you take the hatch

Ibid. 5 2 409 1 16 - Dogs leap the hatch

And, I do doubt, the hatch, and the disclose, will be fome danger Hamier. 31 110181 46 Hatched. And so in progress to be hatch'd and born

Meal. for Meas. 2 2

83238 "Tis hatch'd, and shall be so

Taming of the Sbrew.li 1 257 1 3 - in filver

Troil. and Cred]

1 31 862.147 – Repented the ills the hatch'd were not effected

Cymbeline. 5 5924153 Hatches. If he come under my hatches, I'll never to sea again M.Wives of Windsor.

52 152 As we pac'd along upon the giddy footing of the hatches

Richard in. I Hatcbet

. Ye Thall have a hempen caudle then, and the help of a hatchet 2 Henry vi. 41 7) 596 2 22 Katching. Which in the hatching, it seemd, appeared to Rome

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11 706221 Hate. What can you do me greater harm than hate

Midf. Nigbe's Dream.3 2 1872113 - 'Tis no jest that I do hate thee and love Helena

Ibid.31 2 - counsels not in such a quality

Mercb. of Venice. 31 2 2091250 - The love of wicked friends converts to fear, that fear, to hate, and hate turns one, or both, to worthy danger, and deserved death

Ricbard ii.

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A. S. P. C. L, Hate. He seeks their hate with greater devotion than they can render it him Coriolanus.l21 2 71412.55

Yet 'tis greater skill in a true hate, to pray they have their will Cymbeline. 25 906-16 By doing damned hate upon thyself

Romeo and Juliet. 3 3 9861.40 An honourable murderer, if you will; for nought I did in hate, but all in honour Ötbello. 5 2 1079120 Hared. The hated, grown to strength, are newly grown to love Ani. and Cleop. 1 3] 77112 Hatred. Tempt not too much the hatred of my spirit

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 2 18101 6 me I'll in to urge his hatred more to Clarence with lies well steel'd with weighty argu

Ricbard ii. 1 Il 6351-135

Itid. 2 Diffemble not your hatred, swear your love

1644 414 What his high hatred would effect, wants not a minister in his power Henry viii. I

1 673119 Haud credo. 'Twas not a haud credo, 'twas a pricket

Love's Labor L24. 2 15812 40 I said the deer was not a haud credo

Ibid. 4 21 15812 49 Have. To have what we would have we speak not what we mean Meal. for Meal: 21 41 - Is have, however, men do catch

K. Yobr. 1 138911141 You have me, have you not

Hamlet. 2 1 1009217 I will have my lord and you again as friendly as you were

Othello. 3) 3105921 3 Have after.

Hamlet. 1 4 10061230 Have dine. To have done, is to hang quite out of fashion, like a rusty mail in monumental mockery

Troil. and Crill 3 31 87611 20

Richard iii.3) 2 651121 Haven. And happily I have arriv'd at last unto the wished haven of my bliss T. of tbe Sb. 5 1 274 2 63

All places that the eye of heaven visits, are to a wise man ports and happy havens R. ii. 31 41812 36 Ha'rford-west.

Ricbard vii. 4) 51.664 2.41 Haugbl. And the queen's sons and brothers haught and proud

Ibid. 2) 31 647 1 21 The haught Northumberland

3 Henry vi. 2 1 611 1 2 The haught protector

2 Henry vi. Il 31 57512 29 No lord of thine, thou haught insulting man

Richard u. 41 | 433 2 49 Haugby. Valiant and virtuous, full of haughty courage

i Henry vi. 41 15601114 Having. The gentleman is of no having

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 2 59249 - A high hope for a low having

Love's Labor Loft. 1 1 149 140 My having is not much

Twelfıb Nigbt. 31 41 3261 Your names, your ages, of what having

Winter's Tale. 41 3) 356/220 - My noble partner you greet with present grace, and great predi&tion of noble haying, and of royal hope

Macberb. 1 3 36511 5 Our content, is our best having

Henry viii. 2 3 68212.27

Ibid. But par'd my present havings to bestow my bounties upon you

3) 2 690 116 The greatest of your having lacks a half to pay your present debts Tim. of A:bens. 2

2 8112 27 Or scant our former having in derpight

Olbello. 41 3110731245 Haviour. I will keep the haviour of reputation

Meas. for Meal. 1 3 491220 With the same haviour that your passion bears, goes on my master's grief Tw. Nigbt. 3 4 324 2 18 Even in the lusty haviour of his son

Ricbard ii. 1 31 4171 Put thyself into a haviour of less fear, ere wildness vanquish my faider fenses Cym. 4 909147 I am too fund; and therefore thou may'st think my haviour light Romeo and Juliet. 2 29761155 Nor the dejected haviour of the visage

Hamlet. 1 211002 147 Haunch. O, Westmoreland, thou art a summer bird, which ever in the haunch of winter sings the lifting up of day

2 Henry iv. 4 4 498 1152 Haunts. Shun me, and I will spare your haunts

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 21 18053 Exempt from public haunt

As 7 ou Like It. 2 12291123 My name is Douglas; and I do haunt thee in the battle thus, because some tell me that thou art a king

i Henry iv. S. 51 469 2,69 Dido and her Æneas Thall want troops, and all the haunt be ours Ant. ard Cleap.4.12

7951143 - You told-how Diomed a whole week by days, did haunt you in the field Troand Cr. 4 11 877 1 62 We talk here in the publick haunt of men

Romeo and Jul. 3 1982 39 Whese providence Mould have kept short, restrain'd, and out of haunt, this mad young man

Hamler. 41 1/10261 26 She haunts me in every place

Obcillo. 4 1 1068 228 Haunted. Our court, you know, is haunted with a refined traveller of Spain Love's L. Loft. i 1 149 With female fairies will his tomb be haunted

Cymbeline. 4 2 917 1 11 Haunting. The least of which, haunting a nobleman, loreth mens harts i Henry iv. 3 1 458|233 Havuk. Cry havock kings, back to the stained field, you equal potents

K. Jbn. 2 2 3932159 Do not cry, havock, where you Mould but hunt with modest warrant

Cor. 3! 17224129 Cry, havock, and let lip the dogs of war

Julius Cæjar.'3 i 754 - 32 Hausboy. The case of a treble hautboy was a mansion for him, a court 2 Henry iv.' 3! 2 4 2 2 2 Hawk. I have a fine hawk for the bush

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21 2532/45 - When I beftride him, I soar, I am a hawk, he trots the air

Henig v. 31 7 525 153 Between two hawks, which flies the higher pitch

i Henry vi. 21 41 552/2/18 My lord protector's hawks do tower so well, they know, their master loves to be alofc

2 Henry vi. 2 Il 5781139 - I know a hawk from a hand-faw

Hamlet. 2 213141129 Hawking. Without hawking or spitting, or saying we are hoarse As You Like It. 5 3 247 62 Hawiborn. Through the hawthorn blows the cold wind

Lear. 3 41 948155 Hay. Methinks I have a great desire to a bottle of hay, good hay, sweet hay, hath no fellow

Midj. Night's Dream. 41 1892 58 Cold biting winter mars our hop'd-for hay

3 Henry vi. 4 8 62712150 Ah, the immortal paffado! che punto reverso! the hay

Romeo and Jul. 2 4 978129
Hazard. In the boldness of my cunning I will lay myself in hazard Meal. for Meaj. 41 2
After dinner your hazard Thall be made

Mercb.of Venice. 2

202 2 19 Thou this to hazard, needs muft intimate skill infinite, or monstrous desperate All's W.2 1284/247 To the certain hazard of all uncertainties himself commended Winter's Tale. 312 345 2120 We will in France, by God's grace, play a set, Thall strike his father's crown into the hazard

Henry v. 1

2 513 1152 - Who will go to hazard with me for twenty English prisoners

Ibid. 31 7 5261 116 Hazle. Kate, like the hazle twig, is strait, and Nender; and as brown in hue as hazle nuts, and sweeter than the kernels

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 2 1 262 1/48
Hap. Had not our hap been bad

Cmedy of Errors. I
Knowing whom it was their hap to save

Ibid. 1

1 104154 Then loving goes by haps

Much Ado About Nothing:13 - 1322 38 What hap may, I'll roundly go about her

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 41 41 2731114 What else may hap, to time I will commit

Twelfth Nigbl. 2 30812 9 More blessed hap did ne'er befal our state

i Henry vi. 1 6 549|2|39 Our hap is loss, our hope but sad despair

3 Henry vi. 21 31 613|1|49 Be it art or hap, he hath spoken true

Ant. and Cleop. 2 3 777127 When we shall hap to give't them

Coriolanus. 3) 31 7241243 And my dear hap to tell

Rom. and Jul. 2

2 9771|40 Haply won

Two Gent. of Verona 1
I see a friend will save my life

Comedy of Errors. 51 1 11954
Haply, my presence may well abate the over-merry spleen Induc. 10 Tax. of the Sbrew. 11 2531145
May, haply, purchase him a box o' the ear

Henry v. 41 7 335156 The commons haply rise to save his life

2 Henry vi. 31 1 5852 14 Who, haply may, misconftrue us in him, and wail his death

Ricbara 1.31 5653157 - this life is best, if quiet life be best

Cymbeline. 31 31 9081/50 despair hath seiz'd her

Ibid. 3) 51 911 2 51 Happen'd accidents

Tempef. 51 21|2|33 Happier. Against the envy of less happier land

Ricbard 1.2

14201138 Happily. And happily we might be interrupted

Taming of the Shrew. 41 41 272 2126 Tell me how he dy'd : if well, he stepp'd before me, happily, for my example Hen. vii. 4 2 694 225 - I am glad, I ca.1.e this way so happily

Ibid. 51 21 69812124 Happiness. He hath a great outward happiness

Much Ado About Norbing. 2) 3) 13012145 0, how bitter a thing it is to look into happiness through another man's eyes As T. L. I. 5 2 246225 - Each day still better others happiness

Ricbard u. 1

1 4141 of kings compared with that of cther men

Henry v. 4

I 529127 - courts thee in her beít array

Romeo and Jul. 3 3 98627 Happy. I were but little happy, if I could say how much M. Ado. About Norb. 2

128 1/16 How happy some, o'er other fome can be

Midf. Night's Dream. :
Tell him wherein you are happy

Cymbeline. 3) 4 91118
About it; and write happy when thou hast done

Lcar. 3 962 221
In that we are not over happy

Hamlet. 2
Harbinger. Apparel vice like virtue's harbinger

Comedy of Errors.132 1101230 - Yonder Mines Aurora's harbinger

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 3) 2 1882 14 I'll be myself the harbinger

Macberb. 11 41 366 27 Those clamorous harbingers of blood and death

Ibid.sl 6 3892 33 Harbour. I will not harbour in this town to-night

Comedy of Errors.

III 261 All thy powers Mall make thy harbour in our town

Timon of Arbens.s1 68291115 Harbourage." Crave harbourage within your city walls

K. Fobn. 2

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3 Henry vi.si 61 6371219 Hearts of most hard temper melt and lament for her

Henry viii. 2 31 6822 11 My mind's not on't, you are too hard for me

Ibid. 5. 1697 1/35 He was ever too hard for him

Coriolanas. 41 51 730117 Caius Ligarius doth bear Cæsar hard

Julius Cæfar. 21 1 74812 52 - If you bear me hard, now, whilst your purpled hands do reek and smoke, fulfill your pleasure

Ibid. 3 1 753/2/26 He is at some hard point

Cymbeline. 3 4 9091155 I did full hard forbear him

Orbello. I 2 104 52/43 Hard by. Be ready here hard by in the brewhouse

M.Wives of Wind. 3 3 Herne's oak

71120 He attendeth here hard by

Merchant of Venice. 4) 1 216 11 4 Hard-favour'd. Is me not hard - favourid

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 27241 Richard

3 Henry vi. 5) 5 631 1150 Hard-bandet. Hard-handed men, that do work in Athens Midj. Night's Dream. 5 : 1922 57 Hard biarts. Is there any cause in nature, that makes these hard hearts

Lear. 6

95012 54 Hard bearred. Men grow hard hearted, and will lend nothing for God's sake

Much Ado About Nobing. 5 1.144 21 8 Hard boufi. Repose you there: while I to this hard house, more hard than is the itone whereof 'tis raised

Lear. 3) 2 947 1/43 Hardiment. He did confound the best part of an hour in changing hardiment i Hen. iv. 3| 446 119 Thus popp'd Paris in his hardiment

Troilus and Crelj: 41 5 88121 5 Like hardiment Posthumus hath to Cymbeline perform’d

Cymbeline. 5| 41 92227 Hardly. It came hardly off

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 28146 If I unwittingly have ought committed that is hardly born

Ricbard ii. 2 1 64412 13 Hardness. We will alk; that, if we fail in our request, the blame may hang upon your hardness

Coriolanus. 5 3 7361 1 ever of hardiness is mother

Cymbeline.3 6

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Henry viii. 3 2 689 1 59 Hare. Such a hare is madness the youth, to skip o'er the meshes of good counsel the cripple

Mier. of Venice. 2 199 2 2 Her love is not the hare that I do hunt

As Tou Like It. 41 31 2431 1 · More a coward than a hare

Twelfth Nigbt. 31 41 326 2 20 - You are the hare of whom the proverb goes, whose valour plucks dead lions by the beard

K. Jobr.2 1 39112 51 Melancholy as a hare

i Menry iv. i

21 443/2 35 Like a brace of greyhounds having the fearful Aying hare in fight

3 Henry vi. 2

5| 6151 30 He that trusts in you, where he should find you lions, finds you hares Coriolanus. 1

1 705127 - If I fly, Marcius, halloo me like a hare

Ibid. 1 8 710138 And snatch them up as we take hares behind

Ant, and Cleopatra. 4 7| 7922:45 Hare-bell. Nor the azur'd hare-bell, like thy veins

Cymbeline.41 21 917 717 Hare-finder. Cupid a good hare-finder

Much Ado Abi. Norbing. 1 11231 36 Hare-lip. He makes the hare-lip

Lear.|3 4 949112 Harfleur, Governor, of. D. P.

Henry v. 509) I will not leave the half archiev'd Harfleur till in her alhes the lie buried

Ibid.31 31 5212 51 Go you and enter Harfleur; there remain and fortify it strongly 'gainst the French 16.31 3 522134 Harlock.

Lear. 41 41 955135 Harlots. Whilft me with harlots feasted in my house

Com. of Errors. 51 1 113229 Ditrembling harlot, thou art false in all

Ibid. 41 4) 116/1/12 The harlot king is quite beyond mine arm

Winter's Tale.2 31 341 2 22 Away, my disposition, and possess me fome harlot's spirit

Coriolanus. 3) 2 724 1 19 If it be no more, Portia is Brutus' harlot, not his wife

Julius Cæjar.21 3 749219 Harlot-brow. And tear the stain'd skin from off my harlot-brow Com. of Errors. 2 2 108124 Harlstry. A peevish self-will'd harlotry, one that no persuasion can do good upon i 11. iv. 3 1 4582 52 A peevith self-willid harlotry it is

Rom. and Jul. 4 2 91911 12 Harm. And often times, to win us to our harm, the instruments of darkness tell us truths

Macbetb. 1 3 3652 26 I am in this earthly world; where, to do harm, is often laudable

Ibid. 141 21 3801147 Why then, alas ! do I put up that womanly defence, to say, I have done no harm 15.412 380 1 49 What other harm have I, good lady, done, but spoke the harm that is by others done

K. Fohr. 3 1 3961 56 Thou haft done much harm upon me, Hal,-God forgive thee for it

i Henry iv. 1 2 4441110 He never did harm, that I heard of

Henry v.3 7 526 1 31 Nor will do none to-morrow, he will keep that good name still

Ibid.131 71 52611132

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