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A. S. P. C.L. Ox-lips. Where ox-lips and the nodding violet grows Midf. Night's Dream.12 21 1811|48 3 H nry vi. p. 603.

D. P.
Oxford, Earl. D.P.

Ricbard ini.
Ever witness for him those twins of learning, which he rais’d in you, Ipswich and

Henry vii. 41 2695120 0-yes. Crier Hobgoblin make the fairy o-yes

Merry W. of Wordjor. 55 75230 Fame, with her loud'st o-ycs, cries, this is he

Troi. and Crep:/41 5 882 2 20 Oyfter. Why, then the world's mine oyster, which I with sword will open Mer. W. of W.2 Love may transform me to an oyster

Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. 21 31 129,159 As much as an apple doth an oyster, and all one

Tam.of ibe Shrew. 42 2701137 The firm Roman to great Ægypt sends this treasure of an oyster

Ant. and Cleop. 1 5 773111 Can'st tell how an oyster makes his shell

Lear. 1 51 938,2 25

Richard ii. 1 41 419,217 Oyster-Wencb. Off goes his bonnet to an oyster-wench


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Merry W. of Windh. 13
PACK Seek helter, pack

If every one know us, and we know none, 'tis time, I think, to trudge, pack
and be gone

Comedy of Errors. 3 2
If she do bid me pack, I'll give her thanks

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 2 12612 26
Sorrow on thee, and all the pack of you

Ibid. 41 31 270234 - God keep the prince from all the pack of you! a knot you are of damned bloodsuckers

Ricbard ii. 31 31 651215 Pour out the pack of matter to mine ear, the good and bad together Ant. and Cleop. 21 5 778 1 Hence, pack

Tim. of Arbens. 5) 21 826,237 Go pack with them, and give the mother gold

Titus Andronicus. 41 2 847 2140 And we'll wear out, in a wall'd prison, packs and feets of great ones Lear.s 31 9621154 A pack of blessings lights upon thy back

Romeo and Juliet.3) 31 98626 Pack'd. Who, I believe, was pack'd in all this wrong, hir'd to it by your brother

Mu. Ado About Notb. 51 I 143,2 53 'Till George be pack'd with post-horse up to heaven

Ricbard iii. 1
Where for these many hundred years the bones of all my buried ancestors are pack'd

Romeo and Juliet. 41 31 991 2 44
Pack-borses. Pack-horses, and hollow-pamper'd jades of Asia

2 Henry iv.241 4851/35 I was a pack-horse in his great affairs

Ricbard iii. 1 3 6391

63917 Packing. Here's packing, with a witness, to deceive us all Tam. of the Sbrew. 51 1 274 2 53 Faith and I'll send him packing

i Henry iv.121 4! 454 155 Be packing therefore thou that wast a knight

i Henry vi. 4) 1 560 1116 And bid my eyes be packing with my heart

2 Henry vi. 31 21 5872 58 Ere a fortnight make me older, I'll send some packing, that yet think not on't Rich. iii. 31 2 650 248 What are you packing, firrah? come hither

Cymbeline. 31 5 9121116 What hath been seen, either in snuffs and packings of the dukes

Lear. 31 1946144
Pace, Dr.

Henry viii. 2
If you can pace your wisdom in that good path, that I would wish it go Mea. for Mea. 4) 31 962 28
Indeed he has no pace, but runs where he will

Al's Well. 41 301 1 8
I will even take my leave of you, and pace softly towards my kinsman's W.'s Tale. 4 2 3492117
Nor bruise her flowrets with the armed hoofs of hostile paces

i Henry iv. 1 144126 And with modeft paces came to the altar

Henry vii. 41 1 694 1 22 Bring me word thither, how the world goes; that to the pace of it I may spur on my journey

Coriolanus. 110 711 248 I cannot bring my tongue to such a pace

Ibid. 21 31 7162156 Pacorus. Thy Pacorus, Orodes! pays this for Marcus Crassus

Ant. and Cle:p. 31 1 28112153 Paction. Thrust in between the paction of these kingdoms

Henry v. 5 2 541216 Paddle. Didst thou not see her paddle in the palm of his hand

Otbello. 2 1105411 5 Paddock calls

Macbeth. 11 1 3631114 Padling. But to be padling palins, and pinching fingers

Winter's Tale. 1

2 335 1:4 Padua. Fair Padua, nursery of arts

Tam. of tbe Sbrew.1

1255197 Pagan. Most beautiful Pagan, most sweet Jew

Mercbant of Venice 21 3 204,2122 What a pagan rascal is this? an infidel

i llenry iv.21 31 45012 28 What pagan may that be

2 Honry iv. 2

2482-126 Their cloaths are after such a pagan cut too, that, fure, they have worn out christendom

Herry zii... 31 676339 Page well-reputed

Two Verona. 217

327219 Mr.Mrs, William-Ann. D. P.

Merry Wives of Windfor. 451


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A.S. P. C. Page. Skirted Page D. P. As You Like It. p. 223.

M.W. of Wind.11 31 491-15

T.of the Sbrew. 251 D. P.

Rom. and Juli 697 As pages follow'd him, even at the heels in golden multitudes

i Henry iv. 41 3 466213 Will these moist trees, that have out-liv'd the eagle, page thy heels Tim. of Atb.41 3 82203 Their dwarfish pages were as cherubims, all gilt

Henry vür. 1 1 672 011 Pageant. Infubftantial pageant

Tempeft. 4 1

1724 of delight play'd at Pentecost

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 3

41/23 Shall we their fond pageant see

Mid. Nigbi's Dream. 3 2 1861 2: As it were the pageants of the sea

Mercbant of Venice. I I 1971111 This wide and universal theatre presents more woful pageants than the scene wherein we play in

As You Like I1.2 7) 233216 - If you will see a pageant truly play'd

Ibid. 31 41 240112 A woeful pageant have we here beheld

Ricbard i. 4 1434 2 26 Being a woman, I will not be Nack, to play my part in fortune's pageant 2 Hen. vi. 1 2 574219 The flattering index of a direful pageant

Richard mu.4 41 6601 13 Thou hast seen these signs; they are black vesper's pageants Ant. and Cleop. 412 794 240 With ridiculous and awkward action (which, Nanderer, he imitation calls) he pageants us

Troi. and Cres: 1 3 863|1|24 - Let Patroclus make demands to me, you shall see the pageant of Ajax Ibid. 3 3 8771 32 'Tis a pageant, to keep us in false gaze

Otbello. 11 3 1047 129 Paid. He is well paid that is well satisfy'd

Mer. of Venice. 41 121811152 Sorry that you have paid too much, and forry that you are paid too much Cymbeline. 5 4 923142 And, though he came our enemy, remember he was paid for that

Ibid. 4 2 9171145 Pain Accounted to the law upon that pain

Meas. for Meal.214

861/16 If you were in pain, master, this knave would go fore

Comedy of Errors. 3 1 109|253 I thank you for those pains ·

Mucb Ado About Nothing:21 31 131|2 19 Quibble on the word

Ibid. 2) 31312/20 Friar, I must intreat your pains

Ibid. 5 41 1452 42 Herein mean I to enrich my pain

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. i

1771/46 And for the contents' sake, are forry for our pains

All's Well. 31 1 291 120 But rather make you thank your pains for it


5 3012151 Kind gentlemen your pains are register'd where every day I turn the leaf to read them

Macbetb. (1) 31 3661 % 'Tis time to speak, my pains are quite forgot

Ricbard iii. 1 3 63911 5 Thank you for your pains and courtesy

Julius Casar. 2 2 751||30 Yet may your pains, fix months, be quite contrary

Timon of Arbens. 41 3 821 143 And her presence shall quite strike off all service I have done, in most accepted pain

Troil. and Cre]:31 3 875-6 You lay out too much pains for purchasing but trouble

Cymbeline. 2 3 90326 How light and portable my pain seems now, when that which makes me bend,

6 makes the king bow

Romeo and Juliet. 1

21 9702 1 One pain is lessen'd by another's anguish

Orbello. 5 2 10762 40 I would not have thee linger in thy pain

1012) 3 Pair’d. I your valfal have employ’d, and painod your unknown sovereignty M.for Mease i

Much Ado About Nothing.13 2 133 147 Paint. Yea, or to paint himself

Ibid. 3 2 133240 The world is too good to paint out her wickedness

Tim. of Athens. 4) 31 8211148 till a horse may mire upon your face

Mucb Ado About Norb. I 1 1232 51 Painted. Let me be vilely painted - Is not more ugly to the thing that helps it, than is my deed to my most painted word


3) 110171127 Painted-cloth. But I answer you right painted-cloth, from whence you have studied your

As You Like It.3) 2 2371/16

Hamlet. 2 2 1015127 Painted tyrant. As a painted tyrant, Pyrrhus stood

Tim. of Athens.

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A.S. P. C. L, Palaces. Gorgeous palaces

Tempest.141 11 1712 46

Richard ii. 3 3 429248
My gorgeous palace, for a hermitage
Reproach and beggary is crept into the palace of our king, and all by thee 2 Hen. vi. 4 1 592 150

Titus Andronicus. 2
The palace full of tongues, of eyes, of ears

1 837 2.20

Lear. I 493711142
A grac'd palace

Romeo and Juliet. 5 31 996 11 7
And never from this palace of dim death depart again
As where's that palace, whereunto foul things sometimes intrude not Othello. 131 3.10611 3

Troilus and Cred: 141878139
Palating. (Not palating the taste of her dishonour)
Pale. For fear, I promise you, if I look pale

Taming of the Sbrew.12 1 261151 Why should we, in the compass of a pale, keep law, and form, and due proportion R. ii. 3 4. 430/2 53 Behold, the English beach pales in the flood with men, with wives and boys Henry v. 5165 356 2158 And will you pale your head in Henry's glory

3 Henry vi. 4608224

Richard iii. 2 16441241
Look I so pale, lord Dorset, as the rest
Whate'er the ocean pales, or sky inclips, is thine if thou wilt have it Ant. and Cleop. 21 71 781111

Orbello. 5) 2107812151 as thy smock

Richard i. 2 Pale-fac'd. Frighting her pale-fac'd villages with war

3 4251 11 Palestine. I know a lady in Venice, would have walk'd bare-foot to Palestine, for a touch of his nether lip

Otbello. 41 3 10731 33 Palfreys. It is the prince of Palfreys

Henry v.131 7 525210 Palfry. In Cheapside Mall my palfry go to grass

2 Henry vi. 41 2 593 2 4

Titus Andron. 5) 21 852 144 Provide two proper palfries black as jet

Macbetb. 1 5 367 126 Pall. Come thick night, and pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell

Titus Andronicus. 41 1845225 Pallas. Pall'd. I'll never follow thy pallid fortunes more

Ant. and Cleop. 27 7811 17 Pallets. Upon uneasy pallets stretching thee

2 Henry iv. 3 1 4881 Palliament. This palliament of white and spotless hue: and name thee in election for the empire

Titus Andron. 1) 2 833 1 58

Winter's Tale. I Palms. But to be paddling palms, and pinching fingers

2 335 1 34 As now again to snatch our palm from palm

King Jobn.31 1 3981150 And bear the palm, for having bravely shed thy wife and childrens blood

Cor. 51 31 7361130 Here's a palm presages chastity

Ant. and Cleop. I

2 7681242 Nay, if an oily palm be not a fruitful prognostication, I cannot scratch mine ear Ib. 1 27682 48 You shall see him a palm in Athens again, and fourish with the highest T. of Atb. 5 2 815233 What he shall receive of us in duty gives us more palm in beauty than we have

Troil. and Crel 31 1 8721222 Lime kilns i' the palm

Ibid. 5 1 884145 As love between them like the palm might Aourish

Hamleta 5) 2103712110 He takes her by the palm

Orbelis.2 110531/24 Palmers. And palm to palm is holy palmers' kiss

Romeo and Juliet. 1 5 9741 43 Where do the palmers lodge

All's Well. 3) 51 292 226 Palmer's walking-staff. My sceptre, for a palmer's walking-staff

Richard ii. 31 31 42912151 Palmer's staff. That hand is made to grasp a palmer's staff

2 Henry vi. 5 il 600129 Palmy. In the most high and palmy state of Rome

Hamlet. 1 1 10002143 Palpable. This palpable gross play

Mids. Nigbt's Dream.51 1952 33

A very palpable hit

5121040215 Pally. How quickly should this arm of mine, now prisoner to the palsy, chastise thee R. ii.2 3 4251 21 The pally, and not fear, provokes me

2 Henry vi. 47 596224 Cold palfies

Troil. and Crej 5884143 And with a palíy fumbling on his gorget, shake in and out the rivet

Ibid. 1 31 863 1146 Palter. Be these juggling fiends no more believ'd that palter with us in a double fenfe

Macbetb. 571 3861146 What other bond, than secret Romans, that have spoke the word, and will not palter

Julius Cæfar.2 1 7481112 Dodge and palter in the Mifts of lowness

Antony and Cle p. 31 91 78712 15 A whoreson dog, that shall palter thus with us

Troilo and Crifl. 21 31 87012135 Adieu, you pilter

Ibid. 15 2 885 2146 Palt'ring. This palt ring becomes not Rome

Coriolanus. 31 1 1191231 Paly lips.

2 Henry vi. 3 2 5881133 Paly apes. The roles in thy lips and cheeks Thall fade to paly alhes Rom. and Jul.41 1 99012129 Pancakes. That swore by his honour they were good pancakes

As You Like It. 1 2 225225 I'll stand to it that the pancakes were naught, and the mustard was good

Ibid. 1 2 225 227 Pandar. To whom you would have been a pandar

M.Wives of Wind/: 515 7311 5 Troilus the first employer of pandars

M, Ado Ab. Notb. 52 144213 - Camillo was his help in this, his pandar

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A. S. P. C.L. Pandar. With his cap in hand, like a base pandar, hold the chamber door

Let all pitiful goers-between be call’d to the world's end after my name, call them all pandars

Troil. and Creflo 2 874 215 As many as be here of Pandar's hall, your eyes, half out, weep out at Pandar's fall Ib.151 8911213 Thou art the pandar to her dishonour

Cymbeline. 31 41 9091214 And reason Pandar's will

Hamlet. 31 4 102412115

M.W.of Windsor. 41 2 66 216 Pandarly rascals Fandarus of Troy

491217 I would play lord Pandarus of Phrygia, Sir, to bring a Cressida to this Troilus T. Nigbr. 31 1


Trci. and Crel
D. P.
Pandulpho, Cardinal. D. P.

King Febn. 387
Pang. Say, that some lady, as, perhaps there is, hath for your love as great a pang of
heart as you have for Olivia

Twelftb Nigbt.12 4 31711145 Here's the pang that pinches

Henry vii. 2 3 682 1 56 Pang'd. How thy memory will then be pang'd by me

Cymbeline. 3 4 910131 Panging. 'Tis a sufferance, panging as soul and body's levering

Herry viii. 2/ 3/ 682216 Pannel. Then one of you will prove a shrunk pannel, and, like green timber, warp,

As You Like I:. 31 31 2391' 37 warp Panfies. There is pansies, that 's for thoughts

Hamlet. 41 51030135 Pant. Find we a time for frighted peace to pant

1 Henry iv. 1 1 441!7 Pantaloon. The sixth age shifts into the lean and Nipper'd pantaloon As You Like I.. 2 7 2333 33 That we might beguile the old pantaloon

Taming of the Sbrew. 3) 1264 1131 Pantbem. And in the facred pantheon her espouse

Titus Andronicus. 1 21 8381259 Pantber. To hunt the panther and the hart with me with horn and hound, we'll give

Ibid.) 21 83612/19 your grace bon-jour I have dogs, my lord, will rouse the proudest panther in the chase

2 8382161 Straight will I bring you to the loathsome pit, where I espied the panther fast aseep 16. 2 41 83912146 Pani bino. D. P.

Two Gent. of Verona. 23 Pantingly. She heav'd the name of " father' pantingly forth, as if it press’d her heart Lear. 4) 3 95511 49 Pantler, butler, cook, both dame and servant

Winter's Tale. 4 3 359|1/45 He would have made a good pantler; he would have chipp'd bread well 2 Henry iv.12 4 486132

A hilding, for a livery, a squire's cloth, a pantler, not so eminent Cymbeline. 2 31 9032 47 Pap. Thou haft thump'd him with thy bird-bolt under the left pap Love's Lab. Loft.4 31 16012 24 Paper. "Till the have writ a Meet of paper

Mu. Ado Ab. Notb.121 31 1301155 Now you talk of a Meet of paper

Ibid. 21 3 1391157 She found Benedick and Beatrice between the sheets

Ibid. 2 3 1302) I He hath not eat paper, as it were, he hath not drunk ink Love's Lab. Loft:14 2 15812 54 Here is a letter, lady; the paper as the body of my friend, and every word in it a gaping wound, issuing life blood

Mercb. of Venice. 3 2 2121119 What presence must not know, from where you do remain, let paper show Ricb. ii. 1 3) 418129 Thou givelt so long, Timon, I fear me thou wilt give thyself away in paper shortly

Timon of Arbens. ? 2 8091221 O damned paper, black as the ink that's on thee

Cymbeline. 31 21 907151 What shall I need to draw my sword ? the paper hath cut her throat already Ibid. 31 41 909 216 Shut your mouth, dame, or with this paper shall I stop it

Lear. 51 31 964|1|14 Paper-bullets of the brain awe a man from the career of his humour M. Ado Ab. Norb.12 | 13112] 1 Paper-fac'd villain.

2 Henry iv. 5 4 5051227 Paper-mill. And, contrary to the king, his crown, and dignity, thou hast built a

2 Henry vi. 4/7 596123 Parable. Thou shalt never get a secret from me but by a parable Two Gent. of Ver. 21 5 Paracelfys

All's Well. 2 3 285258 Paradise. What fool is not so wise to lose an oath to win a paradise Love's Lab. Loft.4 3 161130 You would for paradise break faith and troth

No, no, although the air of paradise did fan the house, and angles offic'd all: I will

All's Well. 31 2 291130 -, demy-paradice

Richard ü. 2 1420131 Paradox. You undergo too strict a paradox striving to make an ugly deed look fair

Timon of Aib.31 5 816|2| What is, or is not, serves as stuff for these two to make paradoxes Troil, and Cressida. 11 3 863|4|56 These are old fond paradoxes

Otbello. 2 1 10521449 Paragon Tunis was never grac'd before with such a paragon to their queen Tempeft. 2)

8111 An earthly paragon

Two Gent. of Verona. 24
You must say a paragon; a paramour is, God bless us ! a thing of nought

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A. S. P. C.L. Paragon. Hath he too expos'd this paragon to the fearful usage (at least ungentle) of the dreadful Neptune

Winter's Tole.15

35911133 If thou with Cæfar paragon again my man of men

Antony and Cleop. 1 5/ 7731217 By Jupiter, an angel! or, if not, an earthly paragon

Cymbeline. 3

913/1/46 - That paragon, thy daughter

Ibia. 51 51 925 1142

Hamlet.12 The paragon of animals

2 101326 He hath atchieved a maid that paragons description

Orbello. 2 1105211113 Parallels. As near as the extremelt ends of parallels

Troil. and Credi 31 8631 40 How am I then a villain, to counsel Cassio to this parallel course, dire&tly to his good

Orbelio. 21 3105811125 Paramour. He is a very paramour for a sweet voice

Midf. Night's Dream. 41 2

1911240 A paramour is, God bless us! a thing of nought

Ibid. 41 2 191241 Fitter is my study and my books than wanton dalliance with a paramour 1 Henry vi. 512 5651131

The lean abhorred monster keeps thee here in dark to be his paramour Rom. and 7.5 31 996 11's Paraquito. Come, come, you paraquito, answer me directly to the question that I alk

i Henry iv. 2

31 4511132

Ricbard ii. 2 Parafite. Hope, he is a flatterer, a parasite, a keeper back of death

423160 Parca's. Dort thou thirst, base Trojan, to have me fold up Parca's fatal web Henry v. 5

537/26 Parcels. There be some women, Silvius, had they mark'd him in parcels as I did, would have gone near to fall in love with him

As You Like It. 3) 51 2412 23 His eloquence, the parcel of a reckoning

i Henry iv. 2

4) 452]2 8 No parcel of my fear

3 Henry vi. 5 6 63112151

Coriolanus. 41 51 7301153 'Tis, as it were, a parcel of their feast Parcel-bawd. A tapster, Sir, a parcel-bawd, one that serves a bad woman M. for Meal: 2 Parcell'd. Their woes are parcellid, mine are general

Richard iii. 2 2 6461119 Parchment. I have your hand to Thew : if the skin were parchment, and the blows you

Comedy of Errors.131 1 109119 - I am a seribbled form drawn with a pen upon a parchment; and against this fire do I Trink up

King Hebr. | 71 411 142 Is not this a lamentable thing, that of the skin of an innocent lamb should be made parchment

2 Henry vi. 41 2 That parchment being scribbled o'er should undo a man

Ibid. 41 2 5932116 Pard.

Tempefi. 411 1917

Mid. Night's Dr. 2 Bearded like the pard

As You Like It. 2 71 2332130 Pardon. Even about it now; I will pardon you

Two Geni. of Ver.131 2 371242 is still the nurse of second woe

Meas. for Mleaf. 2 I do think you might pardon him, and neither heaven, nor man, grieve at the mercy 16.2 I humbly do desire your grace of pardon

Mercb. of Venice. 41 1 -, goddess of the night, &c.

Mu. Ado Ab. Nothing. 51 31 145 155 And by the merit of vile gold, dross, dust, purchase corrupted pardon of a man K. John. 31 | 397 224 And exactly begg'd your grace's pardon, and I hope I had it

Ricbard ii. 1

1 414 262 - me, if you please; if not, I pleas'd not to be pardon’d, am content with all

11 421 2 18 An if I were thy nurse, thy tongue to teach, pardon Mould be the first word of thy speech

Ibid. 51 31 4372 61 I pardon him, as heaven shall pardon me

Ibid. 51 31 43811119 And here pronounce free pardon to them all, that will forsake thee, and go home, in peace

2 Henry vi. 4 597 2134 Proclaim a pardon to the soldiers fled, that in submission will return to us Rich. ii. 5 466912 24 em 'Tis like a pardon after execution

Henry viii.

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3 For they have pardons, being ask'd, as free as words to little purpose Coriolanus. 13 7231244

I minded him, how royal 'twas to pardon when least it was expected Ibid. 51 755 1126 - For which myself the ignorant motive, do so far ask pardon, as befits mine honour to stoop in such a care

Ant. and Cleop. 12 2 7751144 Pardon'd. May one be pardon'd, and retain the offence

Hamlet.3) 31023-34 Pardennez moy. Speak it in French, king; say, pardonnez-moy

Richard ii. 5) 3 438115 That we mould be thus afflicted with these strange flies, these fashion-mongers, these pardonnez-moy's

Romco and fulier. 21 4 9781217 Pared. But par'd my present having, to bestow my bounties upon you Henry vill.3 2 690 0116

Thou hast par'd thy wit o' both sides, and left nothing in the middle, here comes one of the parings

Leur. 49361232 Parerts. By the honour of my parents, I have utter'd truth

Winter's Tale 33912123 Parentage. He asked me, of what pareatage I was; I told him of as good as he

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