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A. S. P. C.L.. Hedvek. Now heavon walks on earth

Tw. Night.'5| | 32912 34 What heaven more will, that thee may furnish, and my prayers pluck down, fall on thy head

All's Wdl. 11 278 119 - We should have answer'd heaven boldly, not guilty; the imposition clear’d, hereditary

Winter's Tale. I 2 334!2 37. The heavens with that we have in hand are' angry and frown upon us Ibid. 3) 3) 3461 52 Do as the heavens have done; forget your evil; with them forgive yourself Ibid.5 1 357 158 "Tis your counsel, my lord Mould to the heavens be contrary, oppose against their wills

Ibid. 1 1 35811122 Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark, to cry, hold, hold Macbeth. 51 367 128 Thou secít, the heavens, as troubled with man's act, threaten his bloody stage Ibid. 2 41 372 143 Guard my mother's honour, and my land

King Jobr. 1 13881 44 som Father Cardinal I have heard you say, that we mall see and know our friends in heaven

Ibid. 31 4 4002 46 When I Mall meet him in the court of heaven I shall not know him

Ibid. 3 4 4002 56 - Makes me more amazed than had I seen the vaulty top of heaven, figur'd quité o'er with burning meteors

Ibid. 5) 2408147. To heaven, the widow's champion and defence

Ibid. I

2 415 2160 And so defend thee heaven, and thy valour

Ibid. 11 31 416 1156 in thy good cause make thee prosperous

Ibid. 1 3 41711 4 - If ever I were traitor, my name be blotted from the book of life, and I from heaven banith'd

Ibid. 1

3 418120 If heaven would, and we would not heaven's offer, we refuse the proffer'd means of succour and redress

Ibid. 3 2.426 239 The heavens arco'er your head, I know it, uncle, and oppose not myself against their will

Ibid. 31 31 428 229 As false, by heaven, as heaven itself is true

Ibid. 41 il 4321 32 Heaven' hath a hand in these events, to whose high will we'bound our calm contents

Ibid. 5 2 4361113 The heavens were all on fire, the earth did tremble

i Henry iv. 31 1 457 1132 Let heaven kiss earth

2 Henry iv. 1 11 475 1148 Employ the countenance and grace of heaven, as a false favourite doth his prince's name, in deeds dishonourable

Ibid. 41 27 495123 and not we, have safely fought to-day

Ivid.41 2 4961/20 - O for a mufe of fire that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention Henry v.1cb 50911 2 - Hung be the heav'ns with black

i Henry vi. 1 1 5431/10 the treasury of everlasting joy

2 Henry vi. 2

1 57811/47 Brazen gates of heaven

3 Henry vi. 2 3 I'll make my heaven in a lady's lap

Ibid. 3/ 2 He is in heaven, where thou shalt never come

Richard iii. 1 2 6361154. By heaven,--heaven's wrong is most of all

Ibid. 4. 41 66311 5 The self-fame heàven that frowns on me, looks fadly upon him If not to heaven, then hand in hand to hell has an end in all

Henry vir. 2 is above all yet; there fits a judge, that no king can corrupt

Ibid. 3 687,157 That when I am in heaven, I shall desire to see what this child does

Ibid. 51 41 702 2 28 sanato By the fires of heaven

Coriolanus. 1 41 7082 2 Roof of heaven

Ant. and Cleep.3 61 784 247 - I'll lock thy heaven from thee

Tim. of Athers."

2 809231. Crisp heaven

Ibid. 4. 3) 825 245 Hark, Tamora the empress of my soul, which never hopes more heaven than rests in thee

Titus Andronicus. 2 3 - When heaven doth weep, doth not the earth o'erflow

Ibid. 1 8432 7 The lustre in your eye, heaven in your cheek, pleads your fair usage Troilo and Crell: 414 The heavens ftill muft work

Cymbeline. 4 3 9192 1 For all was loft, but that the heavens fought

Ibid. 5 3 92012 49. - These covering heavens

Jbid. 3 5 927145 And Mew the heavens more just

Lear. 31 41 948743 - is here where Juhet lives

Romes and Juliet. 3 31 985 1154 That heaven should practise firatagems upon so soft a subject as myself Ibid. 3 5 9892 9. The heavens do lour upon you for some ill

Ibid. 41 5| 993139 Leave her to heaven, and to those thorns that in her bosom lodge, to prick and sting her

Hamlet. 1 51007221 - And bowl the round nave down the hill of heaven, as low as to the fiends Ibid.: 21015'1:53

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A. S. P. C. L Heueni By yon marble heaven

Orbello. 36 381064121 S Left, being like one of heaven, the devils themselves tould fear to seize thee Ibid.lt 2[10701230

Hamlet. 31 4 102444 Heaven-kiffing hill Heaven's artillery thunder in the sky

Taming of tbe Sbrew.la

2259140 Haven of beauty.

Henry vir. 1

41 6781125 Heaven's bliss. If thou think it on heaven's bliss, hold up thy hand, make fignal of thy hope,-he dies, and makes no sign

2 Henry vi. 3 3 5912111

Hamlet. 31 4 1024'32 Heaven's face doth glow Heavenly saint.

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 41 31111 Heaver-moving pearls

K. John. 2 1 392 124

Ibid. 2
With these crystal beads heaven shall be bribed to do him justice

1 392 126 Heaven's vault. Had I your tongues and eyes, I'd use them so that heaven's vault mould crack

Lear. 51 31 9651123 Heavier. Do not repent these things: for they are heavier than all thy woes can stir

Winter's Tale. 3) 21 3461

3 Heavieft found

Macbetb. 41 31 3822 10 answer

Timon of Atbens. 51 6829|1|26 Heavine's. Quick his embraced heaviness with some delight or other Mercb. of Venice.2 81 2071216

Richard ii. 2
Lite-harming heaviness

21 4222135. Charming your blood with pleasing heaviness

1 Henry iv. 3 1 4591118 fore-runs the good event

2 Henry iv. 4 49512 28 Heaving spleens

Troilo and Cred*12

218670156 Heavy. So did our men, heavy in Hotspur's lors

2 Henry iv. people circle me about

Titus Andron. 3) 184411

3 Away from light steals home my heavy fon

Romeo and Juliet. I

Hamler. 1 Heavy-beaded revel

4110061 Huvy nigbt. Two or three groans; it is a heavy night: these may be counterfeits

Otbello. 51 1107412112 Heavy tale. Jadeed, that tells a heavy tale for him

Mu. Ado About Notb. 31 2 133 1152 Heberon. With juice of cursed Hebenon

Hamlet. ' 5 1007 SI Hecalc. We fairies that do run, by the tripple Hecate's team Midf. Night's Dr.151 21 1952 54 Hecare. D. P.

Macbeth. 363
Now witchcraft celebrates pale Hečate's offerings

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To black Hecate's summons

Ibid. 312 3741235 I speak not to that railing Hecate

1 Henry vi. 3 2 557 27 For, by the mysteries of Hecate, and the night

Lear. 1 11 930313 's ban thrice blasted, thrice infected

Hamlet. 3) 2 10211 35. Hetic. For like the hectic in my blood he rages

Ibid.41 31027 2 16 Heter. Bully Hector

Merry W. of Windfor. 3 of Greece

Ibid. 2 2 571125 Valiant as Hector, I assure you

Mu. Ado Abt. Nob. 2 31.1301215€
He presents Hector of Troy

Love's Labour Loft. 5 2
As valorous as Hector of Troy

2 Henry iv. 2

9 A second Hector, for his grim aspect and large proportion of his strong knit limbs

1 Henry vi. 2 3 55012146 Farewel my Hector and my Troy's true hope

3 Henry vi. 41 87 627/21 5 The breasts of Hecuba, when Me did suckle Hector, look'd not lovelier than Hector's forehead, when it spit forth blood at Grecian sword's contending ,

Coriolanus. I 707136 - Wert thou the Hector, that was the whip of your braggod progeny, thou should'tt not 'scape me here

Ibid. 1 -91011144
You have thewn all Hedor's

Ant. and Cleop: 4
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Troil. and Crefa 's challenge

31 864]1/21 Hecuba. The breasts of Hecuba when me did suckle Hector, look*d not lovelier than Hector's forehead, when it spic forth blood at Grecian sword's contending

Coriol. 11 31 707137 of Troy ran mad through sorrow

Titus Andronicus. 41 1.845 129 All curses madded Hecuba gave the Greeks, and mine to boot, be darted on thee

Cymbeline. 41 21 9181118 What's Hecuba to him, or he to Hecuba

Hamlet.121 210169 Hedge. Am fain to fhuffle, to hedge and to lurch

M.W. of Windj-r. 22 54 017 I will but look over the hedge and follow you

Winter's Tale. 4) 3 357 2126 Her hedges even pleach'd, like prisoner's wildly over-grown with hair, put forth disorder'd ewigs

Henry v.153

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A.S. P. C.L. Hedge. You forgot yourself, to hedge me in

Yul. Cæfar.141 31 75911124This shall not hedge us out

Troilus and Crisida. 31 1 8792 39 If you give way, or hedge aside from the direct forthright, like to an entred tide, they all rush by

Ibid.

31 3 8761/26 Hedge-born. Be quite degraded, like a hedge-born swain, that doth presume to boast of gentle blood

i Henry vi.

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I 5601112 Hedgebogs. Prospero's spirits compared to hedgehogs

Tempeft. 2
Thorny hedge-hogs

Mid. Night's Dream. 2

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Ricbard u. 1
Dost grant me, hedge-hog
Hedge-sparrow. The hedge-sparrow fed the cuckoo so long, that it had its head bit off by

Lear. 1 4 937 1/10

Macbeib. 4) 1 377 1155 Hedge-pig. Thrice; and once the hedge-pig whin'd Hecd.

I 148 130
That eye shall be his heed

Love's Labor Loft. 1
With better heed to re-survey them

Henry v. 5 2 538

55 - was in his countenance

Henry viii. 31 2 689|1132 w Have you with heed perus'd what I have written to you

Coriolanus.

5 5 73826 Heels. I am almost out at heels

M. W. of Winif. 1

3 49122 Scorn running with thy heels

Merchant of Vinice. 2
I will run, fiend; my heels are at your commandment
To punish you by the heels, would mend the attention of your ears 2 Henry iv. 1 2) 4771126
Our grace is only in our heels, and that we are most lofty runaways

Henry v. 31 5 523 122
I will begin at thy hecl, and tell what thou art by inches

Troi. and Croj: 2

Lear.
A good man's fortune may grow out at heels

21 2 942135 Hefes. He cracks his gorge, his lides, with violent heíts:--I have drunk, and seen the

Winter's Tale. fpider

1 33911151 Thy tender-hefted nature shall not give thee o'er to harshness

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My. Ado Abt. Norb.
Heigb ho! for a husband
Height. By day and night he's traitor to the height

Henry viii. I
We at the height are ready to decline

Julius Cajar. 41 3761117
Whose height commands as subject all the vale

Troi. and Crell. 1 2 8591113 Let us feast him to the height

Ibid.

5 1 884/122 Heinous. You hold too heinous a respect of grief

K. Jobn.

31 41 4002 59

As You Like I.. Heir. No? let my father feek another heir

3 228 That king Leontes shall not have an heir, till his lost child be found Winter's Tale.

5 1 3581121 My mother's son did get your father's her; your father's heir inuit have your father's land

Il 38812148 Unfather'd heirs and loathly births of nature

2 Henry iv.

4 4 4982 26 O bill, sort-Taming those rich-left heirs, that let their fathers lie without a monu

Cymbeline.

14) 2 917 120 The princess of this country, and the heir on't revengingly enfeebles me Ibid.

5 2 9201215 Heir-apparent. Was it for me to kill the hcir-apparent

i Henry iv. 12

4 454 1 26 Heid. Even he that had held up the very life of my dear friend

Mer. of Venice. 5 I 221 124 - Was he not held a learned man

Henry vii.

2 68211 28 Helen. And I like Helen 'till the fates me kill

Midf. Nigbt's Dream.

5 1 194 1/26 Nature presently diftillid Helen's cheek, but not her heart

As You Like It.

31 223512 51 The mother of great Conftantine, nor yet Saint Philip's daughters, were like thee

i Henry vi. 1 2 54612150 of Greece was fairer far than thou

3 Henry vi. 21 21 612 2150 - D. P. Tr. and Cref. p. 857.

D. P.

Cymbeline.

893 and Hero, hildings and harlots

Romeo and Juliet.2 41 978/2 28 Helena. D. P. Midf. Night's Dream. p. 175,

DP. All's Weil.

277 Helenus. D. P.

Troil. and Cruj

857 Helicons. Shall dunghill curs confront the Helicons

2 Henry iv. 5 3 50518 Hell is empty and all the devils are here

Tempeft. 1

4132 If I would but go to hell for an eternal moment

Merry Wives of Windjor. 2

5219 I am damn'd in hell for swearing to gentlemen

532153 See the hell of having a falle woman

561222 The devil will not have me damned left the oil that is in me mould set hell on fire

Merry Wives of Windsor. 5 5 711223 compared to fiery Aoods and thick ribbed ice

Mial. for Mcaf. One that before the judgment carries poor souls to hell

Comedy of Errors. 4 2 113|2150 Lead apes into hell

Much Ado About Notbing. 2 11 12512 49 A man may live as quiet in hell as in a sanctuary

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A.S. P. C. L. Hell. Our house is hell, and thou a merry devil, didt rob it of some taste of tediousness

Mer. of Venice. 2) 3 20412 13

Ibid. 3 2
Let fortune go to hell for it,—not I
Think'st thou, Hortenfio, though her father be very rich, any man so very a fool to
be married to hell

Taming of the Shrew. 1

1 2561127 - I would it were hell pains for thy fake, and my poor doing eternal All's Well.2 31 2881

5 Come thick night, and pall thee in the dunnest smoak of hell

Macbeth. 1 5 367 126

Ibid. 21 31 37012136
The primrose way to the everlasting bonfire
Let hell want pains enough to torture me

K. John.41 3 406|248
Within me is a hell

Ibid. 571 4111 Terrible hell make was upon their spotted souls for this offence

Richard ii. 3 2 42712

33 Fitzwater thou art damn'd to hell for this

Ibid. 4 I 43210 Fiend, thou torment'ft me ere I come to hell

Ibid. 41 11 434111 6 Go thou and fill another room in hell

Ibid. 51 51 43911158 All hell shall rtir for this

Herry v.15 1 5381 To think upon my pomp Mall be my hell

2 Henry vi.12

41 582 222 All the foul terrors in dark-feated hell

Ibid. 31 2 5901114 And wedded be thou to the hags of hell

Ibid. 41 | 5921 27
For thou haft made the happy earth thy hell

Ribard iii. 1
If not to heaven, then hand in hand to hell

Ibid. 51 3 668 2 44
The fires i' the lowest hell, fold in the people

Coriolanus.131 31 7251148 With such a hell of pain, and world of charge

Troil. and Cred:14 1878

37 Though this a heavenly angel, hell is here

Cymbeline. 2 2 902 28 I'll speak to it, though hell itself should gape, and bid me hold my peace Hamlet. I 2 1004 1 16 Hell-black night

Lear. 31 71 952110 Hell-brotb. Like a hell-broth boil and bubble

Macbeth. 4 1 3781 6 Hellefpont. But keeps due on to the Propontic, and the Hellespont

Orbello. 3) 31064 21 1 Hell-gate. If a man were porter of hell-gate, he should have old turning the key Macb.[2]

31 370 2117 Hell-govern'd. Which his hell-govern'd arm hath butchered

Ricbard iii. 1
Hell-bated. With the hell-hated lie o'er-whelm thy heart

Lear. 51 396411 3
Hell-bound. Turn hell-hound, turn

Macberb. 5) 71 3861126 A hell-hound, that doth hunt us all to death

Ricb. m. 4. 4659 2 31 A pair of cursed hell-hounds, and their dam

Titus Andronicus. 512 85311118 Helm. Fortune play upon thy prosperous helm, as thy auspicious mistress

All's Well. 3) 31 2912 49 We will not from the helm, to sit and weep

3 Henry vi. 51 4 6301 He dreamt the boar had rased off his helm

Richard iii. 31 21
Fortune and victory fit on thy helm

Ibid.
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Ibid.151 3 669130 Unbuckling helms

Coriolanus. 4) 5 72912112 - And his helm more hack'd than Hector's

Troilus and Crel

2 86111122 To-morrow will I wear it on my helm; and grieve his spirit, that dares not challenge it

Ibid. 5 2 8861 47 To watch (poor perdu) with this thin helm

Lear. 41 71 960143 Helmed. The business he hath helmed, muft, upon a warranted need, give him a better proclamation

Meas. for Meas. 3 2

9111153 Helmer. His bruised helmet and his bended sword

Henry v. 5|ch| 537 1 7 Help. Cease to lament for that thou can'st not help, and study help for that which thou lament'ft

Two Geni. of Verona. 3 1 352 10
Let him be brought forth, and borne hence for help

Comedy of Errors. 5 I
And take upon command what help we have

As You Like I.271 233!2 % - A senseless help, when help past sense we deem

All's Well. 2 1 284,138 Thy greatest help is quiet

2 Henry vi. 2 582 2 48 For how can I help them, and not myself

3 Harry vi. 3 - For this is he, muft help you more than you are hurt by me

Ibid. 61 62618 It will help me nothing, to plead my innocence

Henry viii 11. 674 1 26 Your helps are many; or else your actions would grow wond'rous single Coriolanus. 2 1 712 1 42 Do thou but call my resolution wise, and with this knife I'll help it presently

Romeo and Juliet. 41 11 990142 The wind at help

Hamlet. 41 3 1027 1150 Helpers. You speedy helpers, that are substitutes under the lordly monarch of the north

i Henry vi. 5 4 5652151 Helpful. Our helpful ship was splitted in the midst

Comedy of Errors.1 1041 44 Gave helpful welcome to their shipwreck'd guests

Ibid. 1 104 155 Helping. Not helping, death's my fee; but, if I help, what do you promise me All': U'41./21 11 284!2153

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A. S. P. C.L. Helter-skelter. And helter-Skelter have I rode to thee

2 Henry iv. 5/ 31 soglals Heni. Cries hem, when he should gruan

Much Ado About Norbing. 5 1 141,134 . I would try, if I could cry, hem, and have him

As You Like I. 113) 2271247 Timon is dead; entomb'd upon the very hem o'the sea

Tim. of Arbens. 56 8292) 3 Hem-boys. Our watch word was hem-boys

2 Henry iv. 3 2 4911 5 Hemlock. Root of hemlock, digg'd i' the dark

Ma berb. 4 1 378 113 Her fallow leas the darnel, hemlock and rank furmitory doth root upon Henry v. 5 2 538;2117

Lear. 41 41 9552 35 Hemmd. And hemm'd about with grim destruction

1 Henry vi. 41 3 5621124 Hemp. Let not hemp his windpipe suffocate

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2 Henry vi. 41 71 59612121 Hemp-feed. Do, do, thou rogue ! do, thou hemp-seed

2 Henry iv. 2 il 480110 Hen. Lord have mercy on thee for a hen

All's Well. 2 31 2872 42 When the poor hen! fond of no second brood, has cluck'd thee to the wars Coria5 31 736 2121 Hencbmar. I do but beg a little changeling boy to be my henchman Mid. Night's Dr. 2 2 180 1/30 Henry, Prince. D. P.

387 Prince of Wales. D.P.

i Hen. iv. 441.

D. P. 2 Henry iv. 473) Prince. Soliloquy of his resolution of reforming, when, by his wild conduct, it would be least expected

1 Henry iv. 1 2 445 " 3 Henry IV, D.P. First Part. p. 441.

Second Part

473 HENRY V.

509 His title to the crown of France explained by the archbishop of Canterbury Hen. v. 1 2 5111158 His speech to lords Cambridge, Grey, and Scroop, on the discovery of their treason Ibid. 22 $16221 characterized by the Dauphin

Ibid. 21 41 5182111 claim to the crown of France

Ibid. 21 41 5191110 message to the Dauphin

Ibid. 2 41 51912 13 speech to his army before Harfleur

Ibid. 3) 1 5207125 His speech before the gates of Harfleur

Ibid. 3) 31 52112143 soliloquy on the happiness of kings, compared with that of common men Ibid. 41 ? 52912 7 prayer before the battle of Agincourt

Ibid. 4) 1 5391 $ compared with Alexander

Ibid. 47 534 117 His funeral

Henry vi. 1 1 543110 HENRY VI. Part I. p. 543.

- Part III. born at Monmouth, should win all; and Henry, born at Windsor, should lore all

1 Henry vi. 3 5562 43 crowned at Paris

Ibid. 4) 1 55911143 The duke yet lives, that Henry shall depose

Ibid. 1 41 577/2123 And trust not fimple Henry, nor his oaths

3 Henry vi. 1 6062161 -soliloquy during the battle of Towton

Ibid. 2 sl 61411 5 His presaging prophecy respecting Richmond

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Ibid. 5 6 632119 HENRY VIII.

6711 His reasons for parting with Queen Catharine

Henry viii. 2 6852/15 Hent. The generous and gravelt citizens have hent the gates Meal for Meas: 4 6 971255 And merrily hent the file-a

Winter's Taie. 4 2 34 12/29 Up, sword, and know thou a more horrid hent

Hamlet. 31 310232 $ Herald. Silence is the perfecteft herald of joy

Much Ado Abt. Notb.2) 1 128115 A herald Kate ? oh, put me in thy books

Taming of tbe Shrew. 21262118 Only to herald thee into his sight, not pay thee

Macbeth. 31 365121 5 D.P. K. Jobr. P.387.

Richard ii. p. 413.

2 Henry vi. 5711 Lear. p. 929

Oibello. 1043 Likę heralds, 'twixt two dreadful battles fet

King fobr.412 4032140 Night walking heralds

Ricbard 1.1 16342| 4 Heraldry. Two of the first, likę coats of heraldry, due but to one, and crowned with one crest

Midl. Night's Dream. 3 2) 1871/10 You are more fawcy with lords and honourable personages, than the heraldry of your birth gives you commiflion

All's Well. 21 31 2881140 Hath now this dread and black complexion smear'd with heraldry more dismal Ham. 2 2 10151 14 But our new heraldry is--hands, not hearts

Orbelio. 31 4 1065733 Herald's coat. And the half shirt is two napkins, tack'd together, and thrown over the Moulders, like a herald's coat without neeves

i Henry iv. 4 2 465|21-5 Herb. Crush this herb into Lylander's eye, whose liquor hath this virtuous property, to take from thence all error

Mid. Nighi's Dream. 3 2 Small herbs have grace, great weeds do grow a pace

Richard ii. 21 41 647 1160

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