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Caxton, his Chronicle, i. 263..
Chamberlain, Lord, ii, 134, 140, 161, 166.
Chancellor, Lord, Sir Thomas More, i. 178; ii. 158; Bi.

shop Goderich, 166.
Charles VI., King of France, i. 178.
Charles V., Emperor, ii. 124, 141.
Chatham, Earl of, i. iv.
Chatillon, supposed ambassador from France, i. 2.

- battle of, i. 232.
Chicheley, Henry, Archbishop of Canterbury, i. 161, 165,

167, 170.
Christening of Princess Elizabeth, ii. 167.
Chronicles, English, i. 12, 161.

- Scottish, ii. 177.
Church, exactions from, i. 28.'
Cicero, not in the plot against Cæsar, ii. 235; his orations and

letters, 256..
Clarence, George Plantagenet, Duke of, his age, i. 214;

created duke, ii. 18; presents Queen Elizabeth Grey, 23;
quarrels with Edward, 26; joins Warwick, 29; marries
Isabel Neville, 29, 31, 37, 39; returns to Edward, 35,
41, 42; his part in Prince Edward's death, 45-9; his im-

prisonment and death, 64, 69, 71, 73, 75.
Cleopatra, Queen, her voyage down the Cydnus, ii. 264;

Plutatch's account of her, 266; her dialogue with An-

tony, 268; her character, 272, 274.
Clifford, Thomas, twelfth lord, slain, i. 312; ii. 4.

John, thirteenth lord, ii. 1; slays Rutland, 11.
Clifton, Sir John, slain at Shrewsbury, i. 117.
Cobbam, Elinor, Duchess of Gloucester, i. 222; accused
of witchcraft, 270 ; Queen Margaret's description of her,

273. .
Cockayne, Sir John, killed at Shrewsbury, i. 118.
Coke, Lord Chief Justice, i. 140.
Coleridge, S. T., on historical plays, i, ix; on Richard II.,
43, 73; on Coriolanus, ii. 230; on Julius Cæsar, 262, 291 ;
on Antony and Cleopatra, 274; on Shakspeare, generally,
288, 289; on the female characters, 291.

Coleville of the Dale, Sir John, i. 135.
Collier, J. P., i. 364.
Commons, House of, i. 51, 167, 257, 262, 283, 284, 285,

298, 308.
Constance of Bretagne, i. 7 ; her age and character, 8, 11;

her grief, 21, 22, 28, 37.
Corbet, Bishop, his iter boreale quoted.
Coriolanus, the play, ii, 210, 299, 310.

his character, 213, 225, 229; stands for the con-
sulate, 216.
Council divided by Gloucester, ii. 83.
Coronation, of John, i. 24; of Anne Boleyn, ii. 161. .
Courtenay, Sir Peter, i. 51.

Sir Edward, ii. 105.

- Peter, Bishop of Exeter, ii. 110.–See Devon-
shire, Earl of.
Cranmer, Archbishop, ii. 153, 158; accused, 165; his pro-

phetic speech, 167, 172.
Crecy, battle of, i. 172.
Crevant, battle of, i. 223.
Cromwell of Wingfield, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.

Thomas Lord, scene with Wolsey, ii. 158 ; his
promotion, 165.
Crown scene in Henry IV., i, 144.
Croyland, continuation of the register of, i. 221, &c.
Culross, battle of, ii. 177.

D'Albret, Charles, Constable of France, i. 178, 189.
Daru, Hist. de Bretagne, i. 6, 11,
Davison, secretary, i. 20.
Dauphin of France, Louis, son of Philip Augustus, i. 25, 29.

- Louis, son of Charles VI., i. 173, 178,
189.

-- Charles, afterwards Charles VII., i. 225,
259.
Desmond, the old Countess of, ii. 62.
Devonshire, Thomas Courtenay, fifth Earl of, i. 308.

Devonshire, Thomas Courtenay (his son), sixth Earl of, ii.

8, 18.
-

John Courtenay (brother to the last), ii. 49.

Humphrey Stafford, Earl of, ji. 30.
Diet, English and French, i. 185, 189.
Dion Cassius, ii. 256 ; his speech of Mark Antony, 258.
Dionysius Halicarnassensis, ii. 216.
Dorset, Thomas Grey, Marquis, Lord Chamberlain, ii, 161.
- Marchioness of, ii. 167.
Douglas, Archibald, Earl of, i. 76; his character, 78, 107.

- James, Earl of, i. 100.
Dover, George Charles Lord, on the death of Richard II.,

i. 72.
Duffe, King of Scotland, story respecting, ii. 191.
Dugdale, i. 26, 249.
Duncan, King of Scotland, ii. 176.
Dunois, bastard of Orleans, i. 223.
Dunsinane, hill and castle of, ii. 196, 203.

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Eastcheap, riot in, i. 151.
Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Henry VI., ii. 26, 31, 34;

his death, 45.
Edward Plantagenet, Earl of March, afterwards King Ed-

ward IV., j. 310; ii. 1; said to have urged his father to
break his oath, ii. 8, 9; obtains a victory at Mortimer's
Cross, 13; has possession of the government, 20; his
marriage with Lady Grey, 20-23; contemplated marriage
with Bona of Savoy, 24; Alies to Flanders, and lands
again at York, 34; taken prisoner and escapes-disclaims
the crown, 36, 38; before Coventry, 41; his decree, 43 ;
his treatment of the son of Henry VI., 45; enumerates
his foes slain, 54; his character, 56; his death-bed speech,
74 ; his concern in the death of Clarence, ib.
- V., brought to London, 77 ; speaks for his mother's

relations, 81; murder of him and his brother, 93.
Edwards, - , his criticisms, i. 94.
Elinor, Queen, widow of Henry II., i. 7, 8.
Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV.-See Grey, Lady,

Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV. (afterwards Queen of

Henry VII.), Richard's intention to marry her, ii. 101;
dresses like Queen Anne, 202; her letter to the Duke of
Norfolk, 103; destined for Richmond, 109.

- Princess (afterwards Queen), ii. 166.
Ellis, Sir Henry, Letters on English History, i. 309.
Elmham, Thomas of, i. 167, 169, 195, 205, 209, 210, 221;

follows Titus Livius, 85.
Ely, Bishop of. - See Fordham and Morton.
Elyot, Sir Thomas, his ' Governor,' i. 140.
Embassies to France, i. 179.
English, their diet, i. 185, 189; their supposed superiority

over the French, 189.
Enobarbus, ii. 265, 274.
Erpingham, Sir Thomas, i. 192.
Erskine, Thomas Lord, ii. 194.
Essex, Geoffrey Fitz-Peter, Earl of, i, 27.
- Robert Devereux, Earl of, supposed allusion to him,

i. 207.
Eutropius, ii. 210.
Exeter, John Holland, Duke of, i. 57, 72, 253.
- Thomas Beaufort, Duke of, i. 166, 171, 279, 185,

186, 194, 197, 208, 210, 214, 218, 219, 224, 225, 240, 303 :
his death, 231 ; confusion respecting him, 252.
- John Holland, Duke of, i. 293, 296.

Henry Holland, Duke of, i. 305; ii. 58.

Fabyan, i. 256 ; ii. 90, 93 ; his friend, i. 262.
Falconbridge, Robert, i, 28, 268, 274, 278, 281, 283, 287,
306, 310.

- one of Talbot's titles, i, 235.
Falstaff, Sir John, i. 81, 83, 135, 156, 158.
Farmer, Dr., i. 36, 212.
Fastolfe, Sir John, i. 230.
Female Characters. - See Coleridge and Jameson.
Fife, Earl of i. 75.
Fluellen, Captain, i. 186,
Fordham, John, Bishop of Ely, i. 161.

Fordun, his polychronicon, ii. 177.
Fox, Edward, bishop of Hereford, ii. 153.
France, English regency of, i. 220, 250, 275, 280.

King of, Charles VI., i, 178, 223; Charles VII., i.
232; Francis I., ii. 120, 123, 124.

losses in, i. 218, 223, 232.
- negotiations with, after the battle of Agincourt, i.
208.

succession to the crown of, i. 164, 170.
- Suffolk's truce with, i. 258.

- treaty with, Henry and Francis, ii. 123.
French soldiers, i. 184.
Fulthorpe, or Fulford, Judge, i. 134.
Fulvia, wife of Mark Antony, ji. 267.
Furnival, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.

Gadshill, robbery at, i. 82.
Gaillard, his narrative, i. 71.
Gam, Davy, i. 204.
Gardiner, Stephen, ii. 142, 153, 165.
Garrick, David, ii. 116.
Garter, oath of a knight of the, ii. 107.
Gascoigne, Chief Justice, i. 138.
Gaunt, John of, remonstrates with Richard II., i. 43; his

death-bed speech, 45; his property seized by the king, 47.
Germans admire Shakspeare, i. v.
Gifford, William, on Massinger and Shakspeare, ii. 298, 305.
Glendower, Owen, i. 75, 76, 108, 124; his character and

acquirements, 78, 96, 98; his death, 127.
Glamis, thanedom of, ii. 182.
Gloucester, Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of, his death, i.
38, 40, 73.

- Duchess of, his wife, i. 52.
- - Humphrey, Duke of, i. 208, 713, 231 ; his quar-

rel with Cardinal Beaufort, 217, 237, 239; Lord Protec-
tor, 221, 224; dismissed, 275; objects to the release of
the Duke of Orleans, 229; his conduct as to Henry's mar-
riage, 254, 261, 264; cabal against him, 266, 276; his po-

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