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Iln hnth an abstract for tho remembrance of such places



ii 2 236

i 57

1 95

ii 1 97

ii 1 no

ii 5 151

iv 2 64



It concerns mo To look into tho bottom of my placo . Hints, for Mcas. I 1 79



Though you change your place, you need not change your trado



1 2 no



Whether the tyranny be in his place, Or in his eminence that (Ills it up i 2 167



My absolute power and place hero in Vienna
Peace bo in this place 1



A novice of this placo

I/IKHI his place, Ami with full line of his authority
Had timo cohered with placo or place with wishing
How long havo you been in thin pluco of constable?
Do you your olllco, or givo up your plaro

Disjfoso of her To some moro litter place, and that with speed
pla



i 3

i 4

i ! 19

i 4 55

ii 1 n

iii 273

ii 2 13

ii 2 17



, . .

O place, O form, How often dost thou with thy case, thy habit, Wrench

awo from fools I ........... ii 4

Whoso crerlit with tho judge, or own great place, Could fetch your brother ii 4
' ii 4



56

iii 1 158
iii 1 261
iii 1 178
iv 1 60
iv 2 224
v 1 252
v 1 294
v 1 367
v 1 504
1 537



iii 1 46
iii 1 122
v 1 94

V 1 121

1 396



ho judge, or own great plac

My place i' tho stato Will no your accusation overweigh
And tho place answer to convenience ......

To stead up your appointment, go in your placo ....

At that place call upon mo ........

placo mid greatness I millions of falso eyes Aro stuck upon theo

1 will givo him a present shrift and adviso him for ft better placo .
Your provost knows Mm placo whore ho nLudes And ho may fetch hin:
Know you where you aro? Hcspect to your grcftt placo I

We'll borrow place of him. Sir, by your leave ....

And yet hero's one in place I cannot pardon .....

Wo shall omploy theo m a worthier placo .....

Loath to leave unsought Or that or any placo that liarbourH men C.ofEr.i I 137

Answer mo In what safo placo you havo bostow'd my money . . i 2 78

If thou hadst been Dromio to-day in my place, Thou wouldat have

changed thy face for a name
I'll meet you at that place some hour hence
Ho took this placo for sanctuary, And it shall privilege him .
The melancholy vale, The place of deatli and sorry execution
And all that are assembled in this placo
War-thoughts Huve left their places vacant .... Jlfttrfc Arti> i 1

llein'H no |>l:iri> for you infllllH ...... , . . II 1 4!)

I '-I'd (In ni not miHpiM'l. my plum ? I]MH|. Ihou not winpee(, my ynniK V . l\ '.' 7(1
Do Wit fin^nt to Hmmlry, wlmn Miutmmt pliu:nnlmll nerve, tlml. himiinanH v I yf>A
Kit, In hlH place and Minn ........ L. L. Lnst I I 98

Now for tho ground which ; . . . Then for tho plixco whcin . . .11 243
But to tho place where ; it standeth north-north-east and by cast from

tho west corner ........... i 1 247

Thy own wish wish I thee in every placo 1 ...... ii 1 179

Most rude melancholy, valour gives thee place . . . . . iii 1 69

To that place tho sharp Athenian law Cannot pursue UH M. N. Drcnm i J 162
In that same placo thou hast appointed mo, To-morrow truly will I meet i 1 177
What worser place can I beg in your love, And yet a placo of high

respect with mo? ........... ii 1 208

To trust tho opportunity of night And tho ill counsel of a desert place ii 1 218
Here's a marvellous convenient placo for our rehearsal . . . . iii 1 3

But I will not stir from this place, do what they can, . . . . iii 1 125

Thou seo'st theso lovers seek a placo to light ...... iii 2 354

Thou runn'st before me, shifting every place, And darcnt not stand . iii 2 423
Bring them in : and tako your places, lad Ins ...... v 1 84

II I should as lion como in strife Into this place, 'twrro pity on my lifo v 1 329
Hand in hand, with fairy grace, Will we fiing, and bless this place . v 1 407
My ventures are not in one bottom trusted, Nor to one placo MPT. of Vcn. i 1 43

my Antonio, had I but the means To hold a rival plnco with one of

them 1 ............. i 1 174

If you repay me not on such a day, In nuch a place, such sum or sums i 8 148

Lest through thy wild behaviour I bo misconstrued In tho placo I go to ii 2 197

Tho Goodwins, 1 think they call tho plnco ; n very dangerouH lint . . Hi 1 5

Will acknowledge you and Jessica In placo of Lord Bas.sanioand myself iii 4 39

1 do know A many fools, that stand in better placo . . . . iii 5 73
Some three or four of you Go give him courteous conduct to this place iv 1 148
You are welcome : tako your place. Aro you acquainted? . . . iv 1 170
The quality of mercy is not strain'd, It droppeth as the gentle rain from

heaven Upon tho place beneath ........ iv 1 186

IIo lots mo feed with his hindu, bars mo Mm plneo of a brother An Y. L. It i 1 20
Hmo IH tho placo appointed for tho WK'sMliitf, find they urn ready . ,12 154
In the world I (111 up 11 place, which mnv bo hotter supplied . . . i 2 204
I do in friendship counsel you To leave this place ..... i 2 274

To the which placo a poor sequestor'd stag l^'l cnmo to languish .
Show mo tho placo : I lovo to copo him in theso sullen (its . . .
This is no place ; this houso is but a butchery .....

When I was at home, I was in a better place : but travellers must be

content .............

If that lovo or gold <!;m in this desert placo buy entertainment . .
I like this place, And willingly could waste my timo in it - .

Ho hath strange places cramm'd With observation .....

Are you native of this place? As tho cony that you Bee dwell where she

is kindled ............ ii



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Place. The vicar of the next villain, who hath promised Lo inert ino in this

phico As y. Like It iii 3

West itftlilH place, dmvn in Hit' neighbour bottom iv a

The murmuring stream Lull on your right hand brings you to the place iv 8

As how I camo into that desert plucu iv 3

When I am alone, why, then I am Traiiiu ; But in all places else your

master Lucentio T. of Shrew i 1

Stand yon so assured, As firmly as yourself were still in place . . i 2
Though bride and bridegroom wants For tu supply thu places at the table iii 2
Liii'iuiLio, you shall Miipply tho In idi'grooin's place . . iii '2

Tlinii Hlmiitdnt huvo heard in him miry u plum, how hhu \vu.s homoilod . iv 1

Tlin Uunhlg-achool ! what, IH tit. TO hiieh n plucoY iv 2

An 1 had thoo in placo \vhoro, thou bhouhlsl know it . . . iv 3

Ami place your hands bolow your husband's foot V 2

Theso lix'd evils bit so lit in him, That they tako place, when virtue's

steely bones Look bleak i' the cold wind .... All's Well i \
Who were below him lie used as creatures of another place . . i 2

Yon aro loved, sir . . . I 111! a place, I know't i 2

AVInit idaeoinako you special, whon yon put oil' that with such contempt? il li
From lowest place when vii luons things proceed, '1'he phtcu is dignified

by the doer's deed ii 3

You know your places well ; When better fall, for your avails they fell iii 1
Yond's that same knave That leads him to these places . . . . iii D
That linm and place with this deceit so lawful May pruvo colioront . iii 7
Was faithfully continued by the rector of tho place . . . . iv 3
Iln had tin 1 honour to bo tho ollletT at a place there called Mile-end , iv 3
Tlioro'ti place mid nifans for overy man alivo , , . . , . iv 3
His griieo is at Marseille* ; to which place We have convenient convoy iv -I
I was bred and born Not, lhi<:o hours' travel from thia very plae.o T. Ni>jht i *J

tlivo us tho plaeo alonu i

Is there no respect of place, persons, nor time in you V
Let all tho rest give place-



ii 3

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Like n cipher, Yet atanding in rich placo

I (lilut to me nntl thy iihu-en .shall Mill nei^hbuiir miiiu
< i Mum tiling I Whii'li I II not call a rrituturu of thy |.la.-,.>
Itiuir il. To HCIIHII vniiiolji itii'l iliiMi'rl. pliii'ii i|iiiln out (H our ilon

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&iy, My lovo can give no plnco, bide no clcnay

1 Know my i>lai-i) u.s i would they ahouM du theirs .

Kurt him in eleven places iii 'J

Kor whieli, it' 1 be lapsed in this place, I shall jiay tlcur . . . . iii 3

The instrument Thnt screws mo from my true place in your favour . v 1
l>u not embrace mo till each circumstance Ol place, time, fortune, do

cohere .. . ...... ... .vl

W. Talc i 2
i 2

. ii 1
inns . il II

(. .IMIII, . 1. 1 II, .h.im-.'li lo homii pliicil Wliri'il clllllirn limy linrnil or nll.l II II II
llnnlii.1 II, i,, t.i thl i |.hi. .,. i' II... iipim nil-, liiilbrii I have -i .,! M u;:lh . Iii U
Tills place is latiHius lur llm cri'atureH t)f prey tliat Ucrp uiiou'l . . in:: u

Places remote enough ore in Bohemia iii 3 31

Thou slmlt accompany us to the place . . . . . . . iv 2 53

NTothingshu iloes or si-cnis IJuL smacks of something givalcr tbau herself,

Too noble for this placo . . . . . . . . . iv 4 159

Have yon thought on A place whereto yon 11 go? 11*4548

The place of your dwelling, your names, your ages, of what having . iv 4 739
Let's from tins place. What! look upon my brother . . . . v 3 146
Would I might never Htir from uir this place .... K.Jolmil 145
lie that stands upon a slippery place Makes nice u! no vile holil . . iii 4 137
All places that tho uye of licavcu visits Are to ft wise man ports Hick. II. i 8 275
To drop them still upon one place, Till they have frctteil us a pair of

(,'mves iii 3 166

I icrn in thin placo I 'H set a bank of run, Bo\ii: herb of grace . . . iii -i 104
I'Vllow, (,'ivo place ; hum irt no longnr Hluy v r. us

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i 3

i 3

ii 4

iii 1

iii 2

iv 1



Choose out soinil si'crnl, jilace, some revi'l'enil I'lMilu, More than I hull hast
Appoint tliuiu it place ol mooting, \vliureln it Irt tit our iilciisure to fail

1 Hut. II

Saiil To such a person ami in such a place, At such a time
What ilo you call the place? A plague upon it, it is in Gloucestershire
Wo must all to the wars, and thy place snail be honourable .

I 'II nave the current in this place damm'd up

Thy placo in council thou luist rudely lost

A biavor placo In my luavt's love hath no man than yourself
Y..U were in placo anil in account Nothing so strong and fortunate s I
Doth this become your place, your time and business? . . 2 lieu. IV. ii 1
As familiar with nn; as my dog ; and be holds bis placo . . . . ii ^
Doth the old boar feed in the old frank At the old place, my lord . ii 'J
I must go and meet with danger there, Or it will ueek me in another

1'lace ii S 49

Or to the place of difference call .the swords Which must decide it . iv 1 181
O, who shall believe But you misuse the reverence of your place 7 . iv 2 23
What's your name, sir? of what condition are you, and of what place? iv 8 2
A traitor yonr dugree, and the dungeon your plaeo, a placn deep enough iv 3 8
Thou hast a bettur placo in his allection Thau all thy brothers . , iv 4 22
Which, 88 immediate from thy place and blood, Derives itself tome . iv 5 42
How many nobles then should bold their places, That must strike sail

to spirits of vile sort ! v2

Your highness pleased to forget my place v 2

.Spi-iik in yonr stato What I havo done that misbecame my placo . v '

A .TouUed llgur.i may AtleHl in litllo placo a million . . lieu. I'. 1'rol.
Shall .join ti igothor at the latter day and cry all ' We died at such a placo ' i v 1
Art thou aught elso but place, degree and' form? . iv 1

Will it give place to flexure and low bending?. . . . iv 1

You know yonr places : God be with you all ! .



. v

Much more cause, Did they this Harry. Now in London placo him v Prol.
It was in a placo where 1 could not breed no contention with him v 1

For he perforce must do theo right, because he hath not tho gift to woo
in other places .......

The liberty that follows our places slops the mouth of all llnil-
llach hath Ills place ami function to alien,! : 1 am left out .
To try her skill, Beignier, stand tlion as Dauphin in my place
Thy scarlet robes as a child's bearing-cloth I '11 use to carry th



, o gift to

in other places ....... v 2

The liberty that follows our places slops the mouth of all llnil-fau'lts ! v -J
llach hath Ills place ami function to alien,! : 1 am left out . 1 lien. VI. i 1

i 2

ry thee out of
this place .......... i 3

Am I dared and bearded to my face? Draw, men, for all this'privileged

place .......... i 3

Express opinions Where is best place to make our battery next !
Sirs, take your places and be vigilant ....

"1'is sure they found some placo But weakly guarded
He bears him on the place's privilege, Or durst nut, fur his craven heart'
say thus



.......

When they are cloy'd With long continuance iii a settled' place
Tins place commands my jtience, Or thou shouldst find
Especially for those occasions At Kltlinm Place 1 told your majesty
lal>o heed, be wary how you place your words . .



Placo. We will bestow you in some belter place, Filter for sickness

1 Jlcn. VI. iii

We'll set, thy slahle ill some holy place, Ami liave theo reverenced . iii
If wo could do thai, Franco were no place for Henry's warriors . . iii

And in our coronation tako your place iii

O God, that Somerset, who in proud heart Doth slop my cornels, were

in Talbot's place 1 iv

Place barrels of pitch upon the fatal stake v

Though Humphrey's pride And greatness of his place be grief to UH

ii lien. VS. i



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U' Somi'isnt bo tin worthy of Urn plaeo, Lot York bo regent . , i

I mil 1. 1 ..[.ri.. i ul in. realm ; And, at Ids pleasure, will resign my placo i
Though in this plaeo must muster weur no breeches i

II I be appointed for tho place, My Lord of .Somerset will keep ino hero i
Lot these have a day appointed them For ainglo combat in convenient

place i

From hence to prison back again ; From thenco unto tho place of

execution ii

Wuro't not all ono, nn empty oaglo \\ero set To guard tho chicken from

u hungry Uitn, As place DuUo llumphiuy lor llio king's protector?
Lords, tako your places ; und, I pray you all, Proceed, no slraiter .

Nor let the ruin of heaven wet this phico

Kunt, in the Commentaries Cxsar writ, Is turm'd tho civil'at place of all

this isle iv

Alas, ho hath no home, no place to lly to iv

Givo place : by heaven, tlion shall rulo no moro v

Henry bad noun, but did usurp tho plac.ii .... a lien. VI. i
OH" with tho traitor's head, And rear it in Hie place yonr tallmr'H nl-iuids II
"I'is no land of 1 hino ; Thy placo is lill'd, thy m-nplru wrung from theo . lit

To strengthen and support King Kd ward's plaeo iii

To tako their rooms, ere 1 can place myself iii

I have heard that she was there in placo iv

Let mo blame yonr grace, For choosing ino when Clarence is in placo . iv
Yoko together, like a doublo shadow To Henry's body, and supply bis

placo ............. iv

Let ./Esop fable in a winter's night ; His currish riddles sort not with

this placo v

He was litter for that place than earth. And Uiou unlit for any placo

but boll. Yes, ono place else, if you will hear me name it Richard III. \

Never came poison from so sweet a placo i

To thoso whoso dealings have deserved the place, And those who have

the wit to claim tho place iii

1 do not, likn tho Tower, of any plaeo. Did ,lnlm , r,, ,, bnlld thai

iiliien, my lord? Ilo did, my gnu-Ion* lord, l>gin Unit, placo . . Iii

AUlnwIiy Hum, Ihoro Hhnll yon llml us Ulh Ill

Thou didst usurp my place, und dost thou not Usurp the just propor-
tion of my sorrow ? iv

Which buys A placo next to the king lien. VIII. i

Ills mind ami placo Infecting ono another, yea, reciprocally . . i

I am a suitor. Ariso, and tako placo by us ...... i

"i'is but the fate of placo i

Sweet ladies, will it please you sit? Sir Harry, Place you that sido . i
There should be one amongst 'em, by bis purson, More worthy this placo i
I would not be so sick though for bis plaeo: Hut this cannot continue . ii
Not to deny her lhat A woman of less placo might usk by law . . ii
"Was not ono Doctor Pace In this mini's place before him? . . . ii
For living mnrmurers Theio's places of rebuke. Ho was a fool . . ii
The most convenient place that 1 can think of For such receipt of

learning is Ulack -Friars ii

Hut, conscience, conscience ! O, 'tis a tender placo . . . . ii
You hign your place and calling, In lull Hueiniug, With meekness and

humility il -1 i..R

Wrong you? alas, our places, Tho way of our profession is against il . iii 1 1^/1
To stay the. judgement o' the divorce ; for if It did take place . . iii 2 34
With his own baud gave mo; Bade me enjoy it, with llio place and

honours ... . . ..... iii 2 2.18

.Sir Thomas More is chosen Lord chancellor in your placo . . . iii - 304
Having brought the queen To a prejtared place in the choir, fell oil' . iv 1 64
A man of his place, and so near our favour, To dance attendance . . v 2 30
Wore stirs against, Both in his private conscience anil his place . . v 3 40
lie had better starve Thau but once think this place becomes thee not v 3 133
Is this a place to roar in? Fetch me a dozen crab-tree staves . . v -1 7

They fell on ; I made good my placo v 4 57

Here's an excellent place ; here we may see most bravely Trot, und L'ITH. i 2 197

Most mighty for thy placo and sway i 3 60

The planets and this centre Observe degree, priority and place . i 3 86

Crowns, sceptres, laurels, But by degree, stand in authentic placo . i 3 108

In full as proud a place As broad Achilles 13 189

Tho ram that batters down the wall, For the gnial swing and rudeness

of his poise. They placo before his band that mude tho engine. . i 3 208

"We fear to warrant in our native place ii 2 96

Lest perchance ho think We dare not move the question of our placo . ii 3 89
As place, riches, favour, Prizes of accident ns oft as merit . . . iii 3 82
Finds bottom in the uneomprehensivo deeps, Keeps place with thought iii 3 199
Let mo be privileged by my place and message, To be a speaker free . iv 4 132
Tell mo, I boMeiieh you, In what plan) oft.be Hold dolh Culclms keep? . iv & 1:78

This placo is dangerous ; Tho limn right deadly V 2 38

What's tho matter, That in these several places of tho city You cry

against the noble senate? Coriohuiits i 1 189

Fame, at the which be aims, In whom already he's well graced, can not

Better be hold nor more titlain'd than by A place below the tirst . i 1 270
There will be largo cicatrices to show the people, when ho shall stand

for his placo ii 1 165

Nay, keep your placo. Sit, Coriolanus ; never hhaino to hear . . ii Ii 70
And now, arriving A place of potency ami sway o' tho ntjilo . . . ii 8 IQO
That bath beside well in his person wrought To be set high in placu . ii 3 255
Poor gentleman, take up some other station ; here 'a no place for you . iv 5 33

All places yield to him ere be sits down iv 7 28

1 will not re-salute the streets of Rome, Or climb my palace, till from

forth this place I lead espoused my bride along with me . T. Andron. i 1 327
What villain was it spake that word? lie that would vouch it in any

place but here i 1 360

Theso two have 'ticed me hither to this place : A barren detested ^alc . ii 3 92
Be call'd a genlle queen. And with thine own bands kill me in this

placo! . ii 3 169

A very fatal place 11 seems lo mo. Speak, brother, bast thou hurl theo? ii 3 au^
Ay, such a place there- is, where wo did bunt O, bad we never, never

hunted tbro I iv 1 55

Hecoived for the emperor's Imlr, And substituted in the place of mine . iv 2 159
Please- you, therefoio, diaw nigh, and lake your places . . . . v 3 24



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Place. From the place where you behold us now, . . . nil headlong

cast us down T. Andrew., v

Tho measure done, I '11 watch her place of stand . . .Rom. and Jul. i

And the place death, considering who tliou art ii

By whose direction found'st tliou out this placo? By lovo , . . ii
Withdraw unto some private placo, And reason coldly of your grievances iii
The horrible conceit of death and night, Together with the terror of the

place, As in a vault iv

What mean these masterless and gory swords To lie discolour'd by this

place of peace ? v

This is the place ; there, where tho torch doth burn . . . . v
Most suspected, as tho time and place Doth make against me . . v
And then in post he camo from Mantua To this same place . . . v
What made your master In thin phicn? Ho camo with Mowers . . v
1 "in angry at him, Thai- might have known my place . 7*. uf At lie us 111
Tho place which I have feasted, docs it now, Liko all mankind, show

me an iron heart? iii

Your diet shall be in all places alike. Make not a city feast of it, to let

the meat cool ere we can agree upon the first place : sit, sit . . iii
Place thieves And give them title, knee and approbation With senators iv
Why this spade? this place? This slave-like habit? and these looks of

care? iv

As I took notw of the place, it cannot be far where ho abides . . . v
Hy all description this should be the placo. Who's here? speak, ho ! . v
Ho shall wear his crown ... In every place, save here in Italy J. CfEsar i
By the right and virtue of my place, I ought to know . . . . ii
1 '11 get me to a placo more void, and there Speak to great Csesar . . ii

What, is the fellow mad? Sirrah, give place iii

Every one doth shine, But there's but one in all doth hold his place . iii
Tell him, so please him come unto this place, He shall bo satisfied . iii
No place will please mo HO, no itinnn of death, As here by Cicsar . . iii
Hero comes bis bodv, mourned by Mark Antony : who, though he had

no hand in his death, shall receive the benetlt of his dying, a place

in the commonwealth .......... iii

I f-'.-ir there will a worse come in his placo jii

I /jolt, lu this placo run Casnins' dagger through iii

We'll burn his body in tho holy place iii

or your philosophy you make no use, If you givo place to accidental uvils iv

(loud reasons must, of force, givo place to better iv

1 know Wherefore they do it: they could be content To visit other

places v

Where the place? Upon the, heath. There to meet with Macbeth Maeb. }
Sons, kinsmen, thanes, And you whose places are the nearest . . i
Nor time nor place Did then adhere, and yet you would make both . i
Why did you bring these daggers from the place? They must lie there ii

This place is too cold for hell ii

A f/ileou, towering in hot pride of place, Was by a mousing owl

hawk'd aland kill'd il

Tlm l.'iMe's full. Hern is a placo reserved, sir. Where? Here* . . iii
Wisdom ! to leave his wife, to leavo his babes, Ills mansion and his

titles in a place From whence himself docs fly? . . . . iv
Where is your husband? I hope, in no place so unsanctilled Where

such as tliou mayst lind him iv

By tho grace of Grace, Wo will perform in measure, time and place . v
As ho in his particular act and place May give his saying deed Hmnlet i
Tho very place puts toys of desperation, Without more motive, into

every brain That looks so many fathoms to tho sea , . i

And more above, hath his soliciting, As they fell out by time, by means

and placo, All given to mine car ........ ii

They me coining to l-he play ; 1 must bo idlo : Got you a placo . . iii

Ii will but skin und Him tlm ulcerous placu Ill

Bfslow this place on us a little whilo iv

If your messenger lind him not there, seek him i 1 the other placu

yourself , . . . . . . , , . . . iv

Mice l-o a iiiunlnrliig-ploro, In many placrH (HvtiH mo HlllHirllHOUH death . Iv

No pliien, Indeed, HhuiiM munler mhrlimrl/n Iv

Which nor our nnl.iirn nor our plan* run hear Jfitr I

Stood 1 within his grace, 1 woidd pro lor him to ft bollor placo . . I
I will place you whom you shall hear UH confer of this . . . . i
Come placo him hero by mo, Do tliou for him stand .... I
Like an engine, wrench'd my frame of nature From tho lix'd placo . i

sir, fly this place ; Intelligence is given where you are lu'd . . . ii
No place, That guard, and most unusual vigilance, Does not attend my

taking

What's lie that hath so much thy place mistook To set thoo hero?
Ere I was risen from the place that show'd My duty kneeling
Bring but five and twenty : to no more Will I give place or notice

Hero is the place, my lord ; good my lord, enter

Bring in the evidence. Thou robed man of justice, take thy place . iii


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