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A. S. P. C.L. Pavin. Then he's a rogue, and a paffy-measure pavin; I hate a drunken rogue Tw. N.' 5-1 3302 48 Paul's. I bought him in Paul's

2 Henry iv. 1 2 476593 Now, by St. Paul, that news is bad indeed

Ricbard iii. 1 1 6351 23 By holy Paul

Ibid. 1 31 638 149 Off with his head :-now, by Saint Paul I swear, I will not dine until I see the fame

Ibid. 346521219 Paulina. D. P.

Winter's Tale. 333 Pauncb him with a stake

Tempofi. 3 2

141 39 Paunch, Sir John. What a coward, Sir John Paunch

1 Henry iv. 2 2 449 246 Pauncbes. Fat paunches have lean pates

Love's Labor Loft. II Pause. (Without any pause or staggering) take this basket on your shoulders W. 3 3 601121 Hadft thou but shook thy head, or made a pause

King Jobn. 4 2 405129 It may be I will go with you but yet I'll pause

Ricbard ii. 21 31 425 2127 And pause us, 'till these rebels, now a foot, come underneath the yoke of govern

2 Henry iv. 4 4 497 216 Tell him he mocks the pauses that he makes

Ant. ard Cleop. 5 | 797545 Being done, there is no pause

Orbello. 5) 2107612 31 Pauser. The expedition of my violent love out-ran the pauser, reason Macbeth.2 31 371 242 Pawn. Lay your swords to pawn

Merry Wives of Windsor. 31 58 257 I'll pawn the little blood that I have left to save the innocent Winter's Tale. 2 31 343 144 To lie like pawns, lock'd up in chest and trunks

K. Jibros 2 4091 19 If guilty dread hath left thee so much strength, as to take up mine honour's pawn, then stoop

Richard i. 1 11 414155 Redeem from broking pawn the blemim'd crown

Ibid. 2

1 422 2.19 There is my honour's pawn, engage it to the trial if thou dar'ft

Ibid. 4) 1 432 1,23 - By this heavenly ground I tread on, I must be fain to pawn both my plate, and the tapestry of my dining chambers

2 Henry iv. 2 14801246 He would pawn his fortunes to hopeless restitution, so he might be call'd your vanquisher

Coriolanus.3) 1 71911125 me to this, your honour

Timon of Aibens. I 1 8051134 His youth in food, I'll pawn this truth with my three drops of blood Tr. & Cref. 1 31 864122 My life I never held but as a pawn to wage against thine enemies

Lear. 1 1 9311117 Pawn'd. Have I not pawn’d to you my majesty

K. John. 3 - I rais'd him, and I pawn'd mine honour for his truth

Coriolanus. S 573811113 Pays. He pays you as furely as your feet hit the ground they step on Tw. Nigbt. 31 4 325/140 'Tis not due yet; I would be loth to pay him before his day

1 Henry iv. 5 1 4682 40 He shall pay for me ere he has me

Troilus and Crefl

: 31 31 877 2 19 Pay'd. And with a thought, seven of the eleven I pay'd

1 Henry iv. 2 41 4532 26 Pazing back. I do not like that paying back, 'tis a double labour

Ibid. 3) 31 46321 Payment. Fair payment for foul words is more than due

Love's Labor Lef.41 157|1|29 I'll give him his payment; if ever he go alone again, I'll never wrestle for prize more

As You Like It. 12251 S Peace. You have yourself been a great fighter, though now a man of peace M.W.of W. 2

5711135 be to me and every man that dares not fight

Love's Lab. LAI

1 149/2/16 Nor keep peace between the effe&t and it

Macberb. 1 5 367 1/20 Heaven grant us its peace, but not the king of Hungary's Meas for Meaf 12 761223 That right in peace, which here we urge in war

King Jobr. 21

397 114 Bleed France, and peace ascend to heaven

Ibid. 2

391159 The fat ribs of peace muft by the hungry now be fed upon

Ibid. 3 3 399127
I'll make a peace between your soul and you, young Arthur is alive' Ibid. 4) 2 4051149
And come ye now to tell me, John has made his peace with Rome : what is that
peace to me

Ibid. 5 21 4082128
- To awake our peace, which in our country's cradie, draws the sweet infant breath
of gentle Neep

Ricbard ii. 1
To fright our native peace with self-born arms

Ibid. 2) 3) 42412 57 shall go Neep with Turks and infidels

Ibid. 4) 1
Not to break peace, or any branch of it, but to establish here a peace indeed 2 Hen. iv. 4 1 493 144
Our peace shall stand as firm as rocky mountain

Ibid.4) 1 49412 5
Our peace will, like a broken limb onited, grow stronger for the breaking Ibid. 4! 1 494 241
Deliver to the army this news of peace; let them have pay and part

2 495/2012 is of the nature of a conqueft, for then both parts nobly are fubdu'd, and neither party loser

21 495/2138 But peace puts forth her olive every where

Ibid. 41 41 498147 In peace, there's nothing so becomes a man, as modeft ftillness and humility Henry v. 31 11 5201128

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Peace. Why that the naked, poor and mangled peace, dear nursc of arts, plentics, and

A.S. P. CL joyful births The peace, which you so urg'd, lies in his answer

2 538126 -, proclamation to keep, read

Or who should study to prefer a peace, if holy churchmen take delight in broils Ibid. 31

1 Henry vi.

3/ 547 250 offered to France

5561 12 -, articles of, between France and England


55) 568210 with his soul, heaven, if it be thy will

2 Henry vi.
The peace between the French and us not values the cost that did conclude it H. villil 67212145

Ibid. 5) 2) 601225
A proper title of a peace, and purchas'd at a superfluous rate
I feel within me a peace above all earthly dignities, a still and quiet conscience 16.3 2 6924159

Ibid. 1 11 6731) 7
Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace, to silence envious tongues

Nor shall this peace Deep with her
This peace is nothing but to ruft iron, encrease tailors, and breed ballad-makers

Ibid. 5) + 7020)

Coriolanus. is a very apoplexy, lethargy; mull’d, deaf, neepy, insensible; a getter of more bastard

41 5) 730115€ children, than war is a destroyer of men


51 51 730121 is a great maker of cuckolds

Ibid.4) 5) 73021 All the fwords in Italy, and her confederate arms, could not have made this peace 1B.] 51 31 737/11 We have made peace, with no less honour to the Antiates, than Mame to the Row

Ibid. 5) 5 7382 Nor heaven, nor earth, have been at peace to-night

Julius Cæsar. 2 21 75011 The time of universal peace is near

Ant. and Cleop. 41 67921 The wound of peace is surety, surety secure

Troi. and Cred: 21 21 8662 Plenty and peace breed cowards

Cymbeline. 3) 6) 913 When the thunder would not peace at my bidding

Lear. 469572 What, drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the word, as I hate hell

Romeo and Jul, 1) 1968|| I each. If I be ta’en, I'll peach for this

i Henry iv. 2 24492 Peacbes. For some four suits of peach-colour'd fattin, which now peaches him a beggar

Measure for Meajure 43 Peacocks fly amain

Tempeft. 41 Fly, pride, fays the peacock

Comedy of Errors. 4 3 115 Like a peacock sweep along his tail; we'll pull his plumes and take away his train

1 Henry vi. 3) 31 558 He ftalks up and down like a peacock a-stride, and a-stand

Troi. and Cref:13 31 877 And now reigns here a very, very-peacock

Hamier.31 211021 Pcak. Veary seven nights, nine times nine, shall he dwindle, peak and pine Machab. i like John-3-dreams

Hamle. 2 Peršing. The peaking cornuto her husband

Merry Wives of Wind, 3) 5 63 Pear. They would whip me with their wits till I were as creft-faln as a dry d pear Iv. 4 5 69


All's Well. I - Your old virginity, is like one of our French wither'd

279 ?Pear. It thall as level to your judgment ’pear, as day does to your eye Hamlet. 41 511030 Pearl. If all their (twenty feas] fand were pearl .

Two Gent. of Verona. 21 41 31 Black men are pearls in beauteous ladies eyes

Ibid. 5

42 enough for a swine

Love's Labor Lof.41 21 159 Decking with liquid pearl the bladed grass

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 1 177 - Rich honelty dwells like a miser, br, in a poor house; as your pearl in your foul oyster

As You Like It. 51 41 248 Turkey cushions bors d with pearl

Tam. of the Sbrew.2
Jbid. 5

274 What concerns it you, if I wear pearl and gold my This pearl she gave nie, I do feel'e and see't

Twelfth Nigbr.4 3) 328 The time is free; I see thee compasó?d with thy kingdom's pearl Macbetb. 5 7 386 Heaven-moving pearls

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Midf. Night's Dream. And I remember the wooing of a pearcod instead of hers from whom I took two cods

As You Like It. 2 41 23111123 That's a shealid pearcod

Lear. I 4 9362 48 Peaje-blefom. D.P.

Mids. Night's Dream.

175 Peas. A pretty peat

Tam. of the Sbrezo. 1 12551232 Pebbles. Then let the pebbles on the hungry beach fillop the Stars

Coriolanus.3 3 73512 20 Peck, Gilbert

Henry vii. I 1 67411145 - Sir Gilbert

Ibid. 2 1 6791130 I'll peck you o'er the pales elle

Ibid. 5 3 70112 33
Pedunt. D.P.

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 251
But wrangling pedant, this is the patroness of heavenly harmony

Ibid. 31 1 26312 57
But I have caule to pry into this pedant; methinks he looks as though he were in

Ibid. 3 1 264 2 26 A mercatantè, or a pedant, I know not what, but formal in apparel

Ibid. 41 2 2692156 Like a pedant that keeps a school i' the church

Twelfth Nigbt. 3 21 322117 Pedascule I'll watch you better yet

Tam of the Sbrew. 3) 1 264 147 Pedigree. You tell a pedigree of threescore and two years

3 Henry vi.3 31 62011132 Podlar. He is wit's pedlar : and retails its wares at wakes, and wassels, meetings, markets, fairs

Love's Labour Lol. 5 2 169 1127
Pedro, Don. D. P.

Much Ado About Norbirg.
Peep'd. For from this league peep'd harms that menac'd him

Henry viii. 1 673 2 153
Peers. Most mighty liege, and my companion peers, cake from my mouth the wish of
happy years

Ricbard ii. 11 31 417|1|21 How bloodily the fun begins to peer above yon bulky hill

i Henry iv. 5) 1 467 147 - For many of your horsemen peer and gallop o'er the field

Henry v. 41

5342/19 - The proudeft peer of the realm Hall not wear a head on his shoulders, unless he pay me tribute

2 Henry vi.47 59612154 King Stephen was a worthy peer

Oibello. 2 311055|2|22 Peer'd. An hour before the worthipp'd fun peer'd forth the golden window of the cast

Romeo and Juliet. 1 il 96812157 Pereib. And as the sun breaks through the darkest clouds, lo honour peereth in the meanest habit

Taming of the Sbrew. 4 31 2725 Peering. No shepherdess; but Flora, peering in April's front

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3492138 Like a proud river peering o'er his bounds

K. John. 3 3 3961143 Even through the hollow eyes of death, I spy life peering

Richard ii. 2 Il 422/1 49 And overlook the highest peering hills

Titus Andron. 21 | 836 143 Peerless. The most peerless piece of earth, I think, that e'er the sun Ihone bright on

Winter's Tale. 5 11 358 229 As the liv'd peerless, so her dead likeness, I do well believe, excels whatever yet you look'd upon

Ibid. 5 31 3612125 It is a peerless kinsman

Macbeth. I 3662 21 Her peerless feature

i Henry vi. 51 61 569 250 Peer-out. So buffets himself on the forehead, crying, peer-out, peer-out M.W.of Wind. 4. 2 65236 Peefel. Good 'Captain Peesel, be quiet

2 Henry iv. 24 4851133 Peevish. He is something peevish that way

M. W. of Windsor. 14
What wilt thou do, thou peevith officer

Comedy of Errors. 4 41 1161129 boy

As You Like It.3! 51 241125 What a wretched and peevith fellow is this king of England

Henry v. 3! 71 5262118 I will not presume, to lend such pec vish tokens to a king

i Henry vi. 5! 4 567218 Why, what a peevith fool was that of Crete, that caught his son the office of a fowi

3 Henrgvi. S 61 6311129 Fie! what an indirect and peevith course is this of her's

Richard iii. 31 1 64811159 And be not peevith found in great designs

Ibid. 4.41 663149 Peg-a-Ramsey. Malvolio's a Peg-a-Ramsey, and three merry men be we Tw. Night. 2 31 315128 Pegafus. To turn and wind a fiery Pegasus

Henry iv. 4 1 46412 53 Pegs. But I'll let down the pegs that make this music

Orbello.21 110531215 Peised. The world, who of itself is peised well

K. Jonn. 2

2 395 248 Peize. I speak too long; but 'tis to peize the time

Merch. of Venice. 3 2
Left leaden Number peize me down to-morrow

Richard ii.S) 3666-133
Pelican. That blood already like the pelican, haft thou top'd out, drunkenly carows'd

Ricbard i. 2 14211113 'Twas this Acla begot those pelican daughters

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A.S. P. C.L. Pelican. And, like the kind life-rend'ring pelican, repast them with my blood Hamlet.14 5|1029/2154 Pelion Mount.

Merry Wives of Windfor: 121152140 To o'er-top old Pelion

Ibid. 51 11036420 Pill-Mell-down with them

Love's Labor Loft.4 3 16425 Why then, defy each other, and pell-mell, make work upon ourselves, for heaven on hell

K. Jobn.22 394)7150 Nor moody beggars, starving for a time of pell-mell havock and confusion 1 Henry iv. 5 1 46811 51 March on, join bravely, let us to't pell-mell

Ricbard ii. 5 3 668248 Pell-mell.

Lear. 41 6 957 245 Pelt. The chiding billows seem to pelt the clouds

Otbello.2 11051145 Pelting. Every pelting petty officer would use his heaven for thunder Meas. for Meas: 2) 2 8325 river

Mid. Nigbi's Dream. 21 2 17925 Like to a tenement or pelting farm

Richard is.2) 1420 149

Troilus and Creffida. 4) 5 883 2 4 Poor pelting villages

Lear. 23 942 212 That bide the pelting of this pityless storm


31 4/ 9481134 Pembroke. D. P. King Jobr. p. 387.

- D.P.
3 Henry vi.

Ann Bulleyn created Countess of Pembroke

Henry viii. 23) 682 1/2Pen. Side-stitches which shall pen thy breath up

Tempeft. -12 Well, do you fo: let me not take him then, for, if I do, I'll mar the young clerk's pen

Mercb. of Venice. 15 | 221114 Turning your pens to lances

2 Henry iv. 141 14931 Away with her, and pen her up

Cymbeline. 1 2 895'113 Thy pen from lender's books

Lear. 31 4 948215 - And private in his chamber pens himself

Romeo and Juliet. 1

1 969111 Peralies. Awakes me all the enrollid penalties

Meas. for Meas. 1

31 781113 Penance. I have done penance for contemning love

Two Gent. of Verona. 24 Impose me to what penance your invention can lay upon fin Mucb Ado About Notb. 51 1432 From which lingering penance of such a misery doth the cut me off

Mer. of Ven. 4) 1 217.112 - And make her hear the penance of her tongue

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We may carry it thus, for our pleasure and his penance
Eleanor doing penance

2 Henry vi. 21 41 5821 € - as easy as a down-bed would afford it

Henry viii. 1 4 677/2 = Gentlemen, the penance lies with you, if these fair ladies pass away frowning Ibid. 11 467712 Pencils. 'Ware pencils

Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 166 2

Merry W. of Windsor. 46 Pendant. With ribbands pendant, Aaring 'bout her head

Measure for Measure. 31 Pendragon in his litter, fick, came to the field, and vanquished his foes

i Henry vi. 31 2 55721 Pendulcus. All the plagues that in the pendulous air hang fated o'er men's faults, light on thy daughters

Lear. 3 41 94812 Penelope. You would be another Penelope

3 707,2 Penitence. By penitence the Eternal's wrath's appeas'd

Richard u. 31 7 656.1 Penetrable to your kind entreaties If thou be made of penetrable stuff

Hamlet. 3. 4.10241 Penetrate. If you can penetrate her with your fingering, fo: we'll try with tongue too

Cymbeline. 2 3 902 2
Penetrative. His face subdu'd to penetrative shame
Penitence. Paid down more penitence, than done trespass

Fear, and not love, begets his penitence
Since that my penitence comes after all imploring pardon

Henry v. 4 i 530112 Penitent. I from thee departed thy penitent reform'd

2) 3362/5 What have we done? did'st ever hear a man so penitent

2 Henry vi. 3) 2 586 215 As nearly as I may, I'll play the penitent to you

21 21 77514 Penkar Friar Penn'd. The son of Clarence have I penn'd up close

Ibid. 41 31 6591

Henry v.3) 51 523113 Penons. With pennons painted in the blood of Harfleur Penny. And her father is make her a petter penny



King Jobr. 5) 2 408217 What penny hath Rome borne

the charity of a nenny cord! it fums up thousands in a

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Ant, and Cleop. 4-12 795
Winter's Tale. S l 357 115

Ricbard ü. 5) 31 4371

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A.S. P. C. L. Penfioners. Yet there has been earls, nay, what is more, penfioners MW. of Wind. 2 21 5412/24 Pent. Let me not be pent up, sir

Love's Labcur L. I 1511229 - If you were a prince's son, being pent from liberty as I am now Ricbard . I 41 643|2/29

Ah, cut my lace asunder! that my pent heart may have some scope to beat Ibid. 41 11 6562137 Pentecoft, when all our pageants of delight were play'd

Iwo Gent. of Verona. 41 3 41|232 Since Pentecoft the sum is due

Com. of Errors. 4 1 112133 Come Pentecoft as quickly as it will, some five-and-twenty years Romeo and Juliet. 1 Pent-bouje. Stand the closer then under this pent-house--for it drizzles rain

Mucb Ado Ab. Notb.31 3 134/2136 With your hat pent-house-like, o'er the Mop of your eyes Love's Lub. 19.3 1154-46 This is the pent-house, under which Lorenzo defir'd us to make, stand Mer. of Ven.

6 20512135 Sleep shall, neither night nor day, hang upon his pent-house lid

Macberb.: 31 3641219 Pent befilea.

Twelfib Night. 2 3) 3161 38 Penury. What prodigal portion have I spent, that I Mould come to such penury

As You Like I. 1 11 2232 23 People. We love our people well; even those we love, that are mised upon our coufin's part

i llenry iv. 5) 46812 13 Masters o' the people, we do request your kindest ear

Coricianus. 2 2 715|34 It is a part that I fall blush in acting and might well be taken from the people 16.2

2716137 You speak o' the people, as if you were a God to punish, not a man of their infirmity

Ibid. 3) 1 720111 4 -The people are the city

Ibid. 3) I 721||40

6 The people deserve such pity of him as the wolf does of the shepherds

54 The people will remain uncertain, whilst 'twixt you there's difference Ibid. 5) 5 73811 9 Pepin. That was a man when king Pepin of France was a little boy Love's Lab. Lojt.

1 158139 Whose fimple touch is powerful to araise king Pepin

All's Well.2 1 2832 41 Their noses had been counsellors to Pepin, or Clotharius

Henry viii. 1 3 67612 33 Pepper box. He cannot creep into a half-penny purse, nor into a pepper box

Merry W.of Wind. 3 51 64 2 32 epper corn. An I have not forgotten what the inside of a church is made of, I am a

1 Henry iv.3 31 4612 30 Pepper ginger-bread. And leave in sooth, and such protests of pepper ginger-bread, to * velvet guards and Sunday citizens

45912 14 Peradventures.

M. Wives of Wind.
If peradventure this be true

M. Ado About Note. I 2 124 225 Perceived without you

Two Gent. of Vircra. 2 272 25 Percb. Till custom make it their perch and not their terror

Meas. f-r Mcaf 211

80 1 10 Percbance.

Comedy of Errors. 1 2 10512 25 It is perchance that you yourself were say'd

Twelftb Night. 1 2 308111
Percuffion. With thy grim looks, and the thunder-like percussion of thy founds, thou
mad'ft thine enemies thake

Criclanus. I 41 7082 33
Percy. D. P.
Richard ii. p. 413.

Henry, surnamed Hotspur i Henry iv. 441
Harry, characterized by the Prince of Wales

1 468 1 56 Lady. D. P.

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2 Henry iv.

473 Perdita. D. P.

Winter's Tale.

333 , proofs of her being the daughter of Hermione

Ibid.15) 21 360 1.40 Perdition. Ling’ring perdition worse than any death can be at once

Tempeft. 31 3 1512 33 This shall end without the perdition of souls

Tw. Nigbr. 31 41 325153 The perdition of th' athversary hath been very great

Henry v.3


52412 His definement suffers no perdition in you

Hamler. 5) 21038/2 12 catch my soul, but I do love thee

Oıbello. 3) 3.10601147 Perdu. To watch (poor perdu !) with this thin helm

Lear. 41 79601 42 Perdurable. O perdurable mame

Henry v. 41 5 53334 -- I confefs me knit to thy deserving with cables of perdurable toughness O bello. Il 3105012:23 Why would he for the momentary trick be perdurably find Measure for Miasure. 31 1


7 Perdy, your doors were lock’d, and you shut out

Comedy of Errcrs. 414 1152 43 Yea, in thy maw, perdy

Henry v. 2 1515113 The knave turns fool, that runs away: the fool no knave, perdy

Lear.21 4 9432 19 Peregrinate. Too peregrinato as I may call it

Love's Lab. Loft. 51 1647 53 Perigune. Didst thou not lead him through the glimmering night, from Perigune whom he ravish'd

Mid. Night's Dream. 2 1792:37
Peremptory. I am as peremptory, as the proud-minded

Tam. of the Shrow.2

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8 6272148 Perfect. Her cause, and your's, I'll perfect him withal

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