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1'rom earth to heaven . . . . . . . . . . v 1

Outbrave the heart most daring on the earth . . . Mer. of Venice ii 1
From the four corners of the earth they come, To kiss this shrine . ii 7

A kinder gentleman treads not the earth it 8

He finds the joys of heaven here on earth ; And if on earth he do not

mean it, then In reason he should never come to heaven . . . iii 5
Where is this young gallant that is so desirous to lio with his mother

earth ? Ready, yir As Y. Like It \ 2

And fetch shrill echoes from the hollow earth . . T. of Shrew Ind. 2

That she's in earth, from whence God send her quickly ! . All's Well ii 4

A heaven on earth I have won by wooing thoe iv 2

O, you should not rest Between the elements of air and earth T. Night i 5

Now heaven walks on earth v 1

Plainly as heaven sees earth anil earth sees heaven . . W. Talc \ 2
There's not a grain of it tho face to sweeten Of the whole dungy earth ii 1
It should here be laid, Either for life or death, upon the earth Of its

right father iii 8

I '11 not put The dibble in earth to set one slip of them . . . . iv 4
And ho, and more Than he, and men, tho earth, the heavens, and all . iv 4
Let nature crush tho sides o the earth together And mar the seeds within 1 iv 4
For all tho sun sees or Tho close earth wombs or tho profound seas hido iv 4
The most, peerless piece of earl h, I think, That o'er the HIIII shone bright <m v 1
Thai, 'twlxl heaven and eartli Might (linn havo Ntood lH<ffnUhi|( wniidnr v 1

Welcome bllher, AH Is Iho spring to the earth v 1

Never saw I Wrelrhos HO quake : they knoel, thoy kiss tho earth . . v 1

Hho liitod tho princess from the earth v 2

Some sins do bear their privilege on earth, And go doth yours K. John i 1
Thou monstrous slanderer of heaven and earth I Thou monstrous injurer

of heaven and earth ! Call not me slanderer Hi 173

Many a widow's husband grovelling lies, Coldly embracing the dis-

colour'd earth ii 1 306

By this hand I swear, That sways the earth this climate overlooks . ii 1 344
My grief's so great That no snp]orter but the huge firm earth Can hold

it up iii 1 72

Plays tho alchemist, Turning with splendour of his precious eye Tho

mcagrn cloddy earth to glittering gold iii 1 80

O, when tho last account 'twixt heaven and earth Is to bo made ! . . iv 2 216

Tho earth had not a hole to bide this deed iv 3 36

My soul shall wait on theo to heaven, As iton earth hath been thy servant v 7 73
Until the heavens, envying earth's good hap, Add an immortal title to

your crown Richard II. i 1 23

What I spnak My body shall make good upon this earth . . . i 1 i-r
Cries, Even from the tongueless caverns of the earth . . . .11
Who, when thoy seo the hours ripe on earth, Will rain hot vengeance . I 2
For that our kingdom's earth should not be soil'd With that dear blood i 3
This scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars . . . ii 1
This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England . . . . ii 1

Comfort's in heaven ; and we are on the earth ii 2

The pale-faeed moon looks bloody on tho earth ii 4

1 HCO thy glory liko a shooting star Fall to tho baso earth from the firma-
ment il 4 20

Dear earth, I do salute thoe with my hand iii 2 6

So, weeping, smiling, greet I thoe. my earth iii 2 10

( )no day too late, I loar mo, noble lord, Hath clouded all thy happy days

on earth HI 2 68

MaUo dust, our papnr and with rainy eyes Wrlto sorrow on tho bosom of

Uinmrl.li Ill 2 147

And that small model of the barren earth Which serves as paste and

cover to our bones iii 2 153

I'll be the yielding water: The rage bo his, whilst on the earth I rain

My waters ; on the earth, and not on him iii 3 59

Till they have fretted us a pair of graves Within the earth . . . iii 3 168
You debaso your princely knee To make the base earth proud with

kissing it iii 3 191

Parest thou, thou little hotter thing than earth, Dlvlno hfa downfal? . iii 4 7 R

I task tho earth to the liko iv 1 52

Do He In earth as quiet as thy father's skull iv 1 69

And them at Venieo gave His body to I hat pleasant country's earth . iv 1 98



Earth. It will the woefnllest division prove That ever fell upon this

cursed eartli ......... Jt-ichnrd II. iv 1 147

Hero let us rest, if tin's rebellious earth Have any resting . . . v 1 5
Tho lion (lying thruateth forth his paw, And wounds tho earth . . v 1 30
For ever may my knees grow to thn earth ...... v 3 30

[ pardon him. A god on earth thou art ....... v 8 136

Tho sovomigil'flfc tiling on earth Was paimar.oti for an hnvard bruino

1 lint. JJ'. \ 3 57
II. was grenl, pity, so it was, This villanons salt-pet ro should bo digg'd

Out of the bowels of the harmless earth ......

Falstad" sweats to death, And lards tho lean earth as ho walks along .
Why dost thou bend thino eyes upon the earth? .....

If manhood, good manhood, bo not forgot upon the faco of the earth

At my birth The fiame and huge foundation of the earth Shaked .

I say the earth did shako when I was born. And I Ray the earth was

not of my mind, If you suppose as fearing you it shook . . .
The heavens were all on fire, the earth did tremble. O, then the earth

shook to see the heavens on fire ........ Hi 1



i 3 61

iij2 116
H 3 45
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Oft the teeming earth Is with a kind of colic pinch'd

Shakes the old beldam earth and topples down Steeples . . . . iii 1 32

At your birth Our grandam earth, having this clistemperature, In passion

shook ............. ill 1 34

For heaven to earth, some of us nevor filmll A second time do such a

courtesy ............ v 2 TOO

But now two paeos of tho vilest earth IR room enough . . . . v 4 91

This earth that, bears theo dead Beam not alive HO stout a gentleman , v 4 92
Still nnfuld Tho acts commenced on (his ball of earth . '2 H,-.,. 11', Ind. 5
Whoso swift wmth brut down The novel -daunted IVrry to tho earth . 1 1 no
Lot heaven kiss earth 1 now let not Nature's hand Keep the wild Mood

confined ! let order die I .........

Criest now ' O earth, yield us that king again, And take thou this



i 1 153
i 3 106
81



Whose memory is written on the earth With yet appearing blood .

For all tho soil of the achievement goes With mo into the earth . . iv 6 191

Printing their proud hoofs i' the receiving earth . . . Hen. V. Prol. 27
Your brother kings and monarchs of the earth Do all expect that you

should rouse yourself .......... i 2 122

He bounds from tho earth, as if his entrails wero hairs . . . . iii 7 13

He trots the air ; tho earth sings when he touches it . . . . iii 7 17

The dull elements of earth and water never appear in him . . . iii 7 23

A Jacksauce, as ever his black shoe trod upon God's ground and his earth iv 7 150

Even as in tho heavens So in the earth ..... 1 Jfen. VI. \ 2 2

Bright star of Venus, fall'n down on the earth ..... i 2 144

Night is fled, Whose pitchy mantle over-veil'd the earth . . .
Even with the earth Shall lay your stately and air-braving towers .
Never so needful on the eartli of France .......

Ye familiar spirits, thatarecnll'dOutof the powerful regions under earth
Chosen from above, By inspiration of celestial grace, To work exceeding

miracles on earth ......... v 4 41

Why are thino eyes flx'd to tho sullen earth? .... 2 )len. VI. i 2 5

Be you prostrate and grovel on the earth ...... i 4 14

Thy heaven is on earth .......... H 1 19

For blessed are the peacemakers on earth ...... ii 1 35

Blaspheming God and cursing men on earth ...... iii 2 372

And with the southern clouds contend in tears, Theirs for tho earth's

increase, mine for my sorrows ........ iii 2 385

If mine arm be heaved in thoair, Thy grave is digg'd already in thn earth iv 10 55

Where shall it find a harbour in the earth? ...... v 1 168

O, let the vile world end, And the premised flames of tho last day Knit

earth and heaven together ! ........ v 2 42

Joinourlights together And over-shine the earth as this the world 3 Hen. I'T. ii 1



It 2
iv 2
iv 8

v 8

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Thy brother's blood the thirsty earth hath drunk . . . . ii 3

Let the earth be drunken with our blood . . . . ii 3 23

1C re- my knno rise from tho earth's cold faro ...... I! 8 ^5

Take lenvo until wo meet, ngaln, Where'er \l he, t?i heaven or In eailh . II It ,|j
O rim'l.'M, IrnNI I IK MI IM-\ .-i ^Iveii ('oimnnt That. I'luu'lhon Hhould pliflck

thy llnry sleeils, Thy burning car never had HCMirh'd thn earth 1 . II (1 11

Since this earth alloids no joy to me, But to rniunmnd . . . . Ill 2 165
My blood, my want of strength, my sick heart shows, That I must yield

my body to the earth .......... v 2 9

Why, what is pomp, rule, reign, but earth and dust? . . . . v 2 27

For thou hast made the happy earth thy hell . . . Richard III. i 2 51

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iv 4 166
iv 4 244



C) earth, which this blood drink'st, revenge his death ! .

Earth, gape open wide and eat him quick, As thou dost swallow up this

good king's blood I ..........

Ho was fitter for that place than eartli .......

His better doth not breatho upon tho earth ......

Now in peace my soul shall part to heaven, Since I have sot my friends

at peace on earth ...........

The plainest harmless creature That breathed upon this earth a Christian iEl 6
Rest thy unrest on England's lawful earth, Unlawfully made drunk with

innocents' blood ! ..........

Defacer of God's handiwork, That excellent grand tyrant of tho earth . iv 4 52
Eartli gapes, hell burns, fiends roar, saints pray ..... iv 4 75

Thou earnest on earth to make the earth my hell .....

The high imperial typo of this earth's glory ......

For me, tho ransom of my bold attempt Shall bo this cold corpse on the

earth's cold face ........... v 3 266

Take up tho rays o' tho beneficial sun And keep it from the earth Hen. VllJ.i 1 57
Would I had never trod this English earth ...... iii 1 143

His contemplation wore above the earth, And llx'd on spiritual object iii 2 131
My logs, liko loaden branches, bow to tho earth ..... Iv 2 2

Give him a littlo earth for charity 1 ........ Iv 2 23

Whiles hero ho lived Upon this naughty earth ..... v 1 138

In all designs begun on earth below ..... Trrti. mul Cres. 13 4

What raging of tho sea I shaking of earth 1 Commotion in tho winds 1 . i 3 97

As Iron to adamant, as earth to tbo centre

As fntsn AH air, as water, wind, or sandy earth . . . ,

Would I were as drop under the earth as 1 am ahovo ! . , ,

Is as the very centre of tho earth, Orawlng all thhitfH to it . .

That spirit of his In aspiration lifts him from thn earth . . .

Who neither looks upon the heaven nor earth

That a thing inseparate Divides more wider than the sky and earth

The dragon wing of night o'erspreads tha earth

Thou great-sized coward, No space of earth shall sunder -mr two hates



,

That of all things upon the earth he hated Your person most Coriolantta iii 1
Th osn mysteries whi'-h heaven Will not have rarlh tn know . . . iv 2
1 melt, and am not Of stronger earth than nthem ..... v 3

Hink, my knee, i' thn earth ......... V 3

The man is noble, and bis fame folds-iu This orb o' thn earth . . v fl 177
Nor we disturb'd with prodigies on narth . . . , T. Awlrnn. i 1 101



HI "2 186
ill 2 199
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Iv 2 no
Iv 6 16
iv fi 281
v 2 149
v 8 17
v 10 27
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- At thy feet 1 knncl, with twin* of joy, Shed on the earth, for thy

return T. Atulnni. I I 162

Whose virtues will, f [H|MI, Helled, on Itonm as Titan's rays on earth . i 1 auft
Who .-lit- Hum i ii.ii lately tildHt descend Into this ;>q-ni.j. hollow of the

isii-lli? ii :* -1-1

l,et. i iv ii-.ii sUuicli tin; ejirlh'H dry ;ii*|t ( -i it,. . . . . . jjj i i ,

O IMI i li, I will befriend theo moro with ruin, Thai shall distil rroni these

two ancient urns, Than youthful April shall iii 1 16

Here I lift thin uuu hand up to heaven, Ami itow thin feeble ruin to Ihu

earth iii 1 208

When heaven doth weep doth not the earth o'ertlovr? . . - . iii 1 222
lluvk, how her Highs do blow 1 Who is thu weeping welkin, 1 the earth iii 1 227
Then must iny eurth with hor coiitliiual tanra Become a deluge . . iii i 2.19
Enough u i it i. 'ii upon this earth To nth' a mutiny in thu mildest thoughts iv 1 84
Dig with mattock Hinl with spado, And pierce Ihu inmost centre of Ihu

earth iv 3 12

isiih thoro'K no Justice In earth nor hull, Wo will Molirit lutavun . . iv 3 49

l.lko U* Uto oartu swallow her mvn Increaso V 2 nja

Set him hir.i .t d''i'|> In .LI i h, und lamNh Idtn v 8 179

This i our doom : Some stay t<> :..v him lusttm'd in tlio earth . V 3 183

Thn oarth hath swallow'd (ill my hopes hut sho, She in thu hopeful lady

of my earth Rom. ditdJul. 12 15

li'-ant y too Mill for use, for earth too dear 1 i & 49

Turn hack, dull oarth, and llnd thy centre out ii 1 a

The c.ii i ii that ';* nature's mother in her tomb il 3 9

Nought so v i lr that on thu earth doth live But to tho earth somo special

good doth gtvo fl 3 17

That i .ill. ml spirit, hiilli nspfml Ihe clouds, Which too untimely hem

did scorn uui earth . . iii 1 123

Vilo tai Mi, to earth iv.sign ; end million hern iif 2 50

Whore honour may l*o crowii'tl Solo monarch of Ihu universal t'urlU . ill Ii . t
Why i. ul'.. i ih.tii INI thy bni h, the heaven, und .-ailli? Hlnco birth, und

heaven, aud oarUi, all throe do moot In tlioo at oiioe . . . iii 8 119
My husband la on earth, my I'uitli In heaven ; How shall thut faith
return again to earth, Unless that husband sond it mu from heaven

By leaving eartlit Iii & 207

Whuro bloody Tybalt, yet but given in earth, Lies festering in Ids shroud iv 8 42

And shrieks like mandrakes' toru out of the 1*111 1 h Jv 8 47

Thou womb of death, Gorged with tho dearest morsel of the eurtli . v 3 46
And nature, us it grows again toward earth, Is fashion'd for the journey,

dull and heavy T. of Athens il 2 227

() thuii wall, That glrdlest in those wolves, dive in tho earth ! . . iv 1 =
() bh-ssed breeding snn, draw from tint uarth KuM.-u humidity t . . iv 3 i
Km Mi, yield inn roots! Who mirks for ItoLtcr of then, Haucu his [white

With thy most n|N-mnt poison \ , Iv 8 .3

r<Jiiir, damned earlh, Th"ii common wlioro uf mankind, that pnt'st odds

Amonu ilm i i'ii! of nations iv 8 41

The mill hath roots ; Within this mile break forth a hundred springs iv :i 4.-..
Tho earth's a thiuf That foods and breeds by a com posture stolen . iv 3 443

What viler thing upon tho earth titan friends Who can bring noblest

minds to basest ends ! iv 3 470

Why Htaro you MO? Am not you moved, when all tho a way of earth

Muki'i like a thing unllrin? /. f'wr I 3 3

Whoever knnw tint liiuivaiiH UlOliaoovof Tliosn thut havn known thu

earth NO lull pf faults . . , i 3 45

Nor heaven n<>r earth huve boon at peace to-night . . . . . 11 - i

o, pardon mu, thou bleeding piece uf earth, That I am meek And g<<nlh>

with these butchers ! . . . . . . . . . . Ill 1 254

This foid do d shall smell above tho eartl) With carrion men ...
That 1'i.iU not like thu Lnhahttanfal o' the earth, And yet ara ou't Macbeth 18 41
Thi) earth hath bubbles, us tho waUir has, And tlie.su mo of them . . i J 7^
Thou sure and llrm-srt narth, Hear not my Htejts, which way they walk ii 1 ^6

Some say, tho earth Was feverous aiul did shake 11 3 65

Darkness does thu face ot* earth entomb, When living light should

kiss it It 4 9

A viiiiut 1 and ijuit my sight t let tho earth hide thee ! . . .

Uproar the universal peace, confound All unity on earth . . . iv 8 100
Have heaven and earth together demonstrated Unto our ellmatures and

countrymen .......... Ilumltt i 1 124

If thou hast uphonrded in thy life Kx tailed treasure in the womb of earth i 1 137
Whether In sea or tire, m earth or air, Tho extravagant and erring spirit

hleq To his conlmo i 1 153

We pniy you, throw to earth This unprevaiUng woo . . . .12 106

Heaven ami earth I Must 1 reim-inher? i 2 142

l-'onl deeds will rise, Though all the earth o'crwhelm them, to men's eyes
(> all yon host of heaven t () earth 1 what else? And shall I couple hell? 1 5 92
Woll said, old mole ! canst work i' the earth so fast? . . . i 5 162

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of

in your philosophy i 5 166

How do ye both? As the indifferent children of tho earth . " . . ii 2 231
This goodly frame, thu earth, seems to mu a sterilu promontory . . 11 2 310
What , h.. ul. I such fellows as I do crawling between earth and heaven? iii 1 i ,

Nor -MI i Ii to mo givn food, nor heaven lignt 1 iii - . >

ICxumplus gi-oss an earth exhort mo iv 1 46

Ills iiimiiiN of divilh, his uhsruro funeral . . . Cry to bo hoard, as 'I wmo

from heavun to uai th Iv & 316

Mow long will a man lin i' tlio earth ore- ho rot? v 1 178

This skull has lain in tho earth thrco and twenty years . . . . v 1 190
Dost thou think Alexander looked o' this fashion i' tho earth? . . v 1 219
Ali'uindor roturneth into dnst ; the dust is earth ; of earth wu mak>i loam v 1 233
O, that that earth, which kept the world in awu, Shuuld patch a wall

to expel tho winter's Haw ! v 1 238

Lay her i' the earth : And from her fair and unpolluted flesh May

violets spring I v 1 261

Hold oil' thu earth awhile, Till I havo caught her once more in minearms v 1 272

Tin) cannons to* tho heavens, the heavens to earth v 2 288

Htiavnn and earth ! Kdimmd, seek him out /.cur i '_' 1^5

J will do such things, -What they are, yet I know not; but thoy shall

be Tho terrors of the earth ii 4 285

Kills the wind blow the earth into the sea iii 1 5

Mildews the white wheat, ami hurts tho ]>oor creature of earth . . iii 4 124
All yon uiipublish'd virtues of the earth, Spring with my tears ! . . iv 4 16
1 knuw v. li.-ii UIIG is dead, and wlnm 0110 lives ; .She's dead as earth . v 3 261
Do deeds to make heaven weep, all earth num/rd . . . f'tJidln iii 3 371
If that tho earth could teem with woman's tears, Each drop she falls

would provn a crocodile . . . . . . . . . iv 1 256

The tiawdy wind that kisses all it meets Is hnsh'd within the hollow

mini) of earth, And will not hear it Iv -J 7^

It i.i I In- vi-ry error of tho moon ; Sho comes more nearer earth than she

was wont, And makes nion mad . . . . . . . v - no



Earth. Then must thou needs llnd out new heaven, now earth

Ant. wttl C'Jcf). i 1 17

Kingdoms aro chiy : our dungy earl.h alike Feeds beast ax man . . i I 35
\\lnii it plejtseth their deities to taku tho wifu of a man from him, it

shows to man tho tailors of tho earth i '2 170

The dr.mi-Athis of this earth, the arm And bnrgonct of men . . . i t
Who now are levying The kings o' the earth for war . . . . iii (i 6d
Wo Have used to conquer, standing on the earth, And lighting loot h. loot iii 7 66
Let him breathe between the heavens and earth, A piivato man in

Athens iii 12 13

Hark ! Music i' the air. Under the earth iv 3 13

1 am alone the villain of the earth, And feel I am BO most . . . iv 30
That heaven and earth may strike their sounds together . . . Iv 8 38
O, seo, my women, Tho crown o' the earth doth molt . . . . iv 1& 63
A sun und moon, which kupt their course, und lighted Thu little O, Ihu

earth v 2 81

No gnivo upon tho oarth Khali clip in it A pair so famoiin . . . v 2 36^
To mmk through thu regions of the ejuth Par ouu hU liko, there would

I - Honmthing fulling In him that hhould compare . . 1'jfinlidine I 1 1:0
I am not vexed more at any thing in tbu earth : u pox on 't ! , . . ii 1 20
That all tho abhorred things o 1 tho earth amend Uy being worse than they v 216
My riches to tho earth from whence they came . . . Pericles I 1 5J
The earth is throng'd Uy man's oppression ; and tho poor worm doth

die for't I 1 101

Kings aro earth's pods ; hi vice their law's their will . . . . i 1 103
We'll minglo our bloods together In tho eaith, From whence wu had

our being and onr birth f 2 113

These mouths, who but of luto, earth, son, and air, Wero all loo litllo

to i- .nil-lit. I 4 34

As chiding a nativity As fire, air, water, narlh, and hntvuii can niako . ill 1 31
Our lodgings, standing bleak II]M>U Ihe sea, Shook as tho earth did qiutko iii 12 15
A princess To eunal uny single crown o' thu earth 1' the jnstlcu of

comiiaro! iv 3 8

At her birth, Thetis, Ixilng proud, Hwallow'd some ]>aito' the earth :
Therefore tho earth, fearing to bo o'erllow'd, Hath Thetis' birth-
child on tho heavens bestmv'd .... ... iv 4 39

Earth bound. Who run impress tho forest, bid the tree Unllx bis earth-
bound root? , , MaclclK iv 1 96

Earthed. Who shall 1m of us little memory When ho is earth'd i , ,. , , r ii 1 234
Earthen pots, (ireeu earthen jnits, bladders and musty weeds It. tnul J. v 1 46
Earthller. lint curlhlier happy is the ruso distill'd . . .V. X Iircnm i 1 76

Earthly. Tho liquor is not earthly Tempest ii 2 131

Is .she not a heavenly tiuintY No ; but she is an earthly mragon

T. (I vf Vtr. ii -I 1 1<".
'1 lini' were No earthly mean In savu him .... Jl/cuj./ur .I/MM ii 4 95

Hut, for IhoHu earthly faults, I quit thorn all \ 1 .\M

Why, doth not every earthly thing Cry shame upon her? . Much Ati Iv 1 i.-j
These earthly godfathers of heaven's lights . . . . /.. L. Lust i 1 88
Pardon love this wrong, Tliat sings heaven's pntiso \\ith such an earthly

tongue iv 2 122

My vow was earthly, ihoii a hreivonly love Iv 8 6fi

And on Ilia wager lay two earthly women . . . Mer. of Venice in .'. h-,
Karlhly ]K>wer doth then show likcst Cloil'H When inorcy xeasoiiH justice iv 1 196
Thon iu there mirth in huavim, When earthly things mado even Atone

together vis )'. Like lt\ -I 115

A showing of a heavenly effect In an earthly actor . . . All's \\'dl ii 3 28

thou, the earthly author of my blood lliituird II. i 8 69

Leaving their earthly parts to choke your clime . . . Hen. V. Iv 3 102

A worm of earthly hhutsiuga to my soul 2 //- -i VI. i 1 -

Great is his comfort in this earthly valo II 1 ;u

WHH ever king that joy'd an earthly Ihrono, And cunM command no

more content than I T Iv o i

A sceptre, or an earthly sepulchre I 8 lien. I'/, i 4 17

Then you lost The view of earthly glory lieu. nil. i 1 14

The queen of earthly queens H 4 141

You have scarce time To steal from spiritual leisure a brief span To keep

your earthly audit Iii 2 141

A peace above all earthly dignities, A still and quiet conscience . . lit 2 379
And the moon, were she earthly, no nobler .... CorioUtnus U 1 108
U|n her wit doth earthly honour wait .... T. Andron. 11 1 10

1 am in this earthly world ; where to do harm Is often laudable Mitvbeth Iv 2 75
The heavens shall bruit again, Re-speaking earthly thunder . Hamlet i 2 iv8
Thou art, if thou darest Iwj, the earthly Jove . . A nt. nnd Cleo. ii 7 73
An earthly paragon I Behold divinenesH No elder limn a boy 1 Cyinbdine \\\ r. j t
Hul, fooling woe, Gripo not at earthly joy* us en>t they did . 1'eridcn i 1 49
Karthly man Is but a substance that must yn-ld to yon . . . . ii 1 a

Earthquake. O, 'twas a din to fright a monster's ear, To make an earth-
quake Tempest 11 1 315

I look for an earthquake loo, then A/ncA Atlu | 1 275

Itut mountains may l>e removed with earthquakes . As Y. Like It iii _' n/i

An wo might have a good woman born but one every blazing star, or at

an earthquake, 'twould mend tho lottery well . . . All's Well i 3 92
Groat affections wroslling in thy IMJSOHI Doth mako an eurthqnako of

nobility K. .fuim v '2 4*

In in M n iriii]..' .1 IH Im coming, In thunder and In cjulhqiiukn . it- n V. \\ \ .
'Tin him'o the i>artliqnako )u>w oloven j mun . . . limn, tintl Jul I 3 . (

Earth-treading stars that make dark heaven light I 2 25

Earth-vexing. And shielded him From this earth -vex ing smart Cymbeluic v 4 i -
Earthy. Thou wast a spirit too delicate To act her earthy and abliorr'd

commands T&njxtt i 2 273

What earthy immato interrogatories Can task the freo breath of a nacred

king? K. John ill 1 i 47

Ami soon lie Rlchnnl In an earthy pit ! . . . Richard H. iv 1 219

The earthy and cold hand of death Lies on my tongue . . 1 iltn. IV. y 4 84

Siirv.-y his l-,id and earthy imago 2 fleu. VI. in '_' i (7

Do you noto . . . how pale she luoks, And of an earthy cold ? Hen. VUl. iv 2 98
Sacrifice Ids flewli, Ileforo this earthy prison of their I nines . T. Andron. i 1 90.
Which, liko a UJMT in bumu monument, Doth ahino upon the iload man's

earthy cheeks H 3 229

Earthy-gross. Lay ope" to my earthy-grosa conceit '. Cum. of Krrvn iii i; n
Ear wax. Ho has not so much brain as ear-wax . . 7'roi, and Civs, v 1 58
Ease. I should do il With much more ease ; for my good will is to it, And


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