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pularity and character, 268, 313; his death, 281, 282,

303; his wives, 222,
Gloucester, Richard Plantagenet, afterwards, Duke of, and

subsequently Richard III., i. 313; ii. 1, 12, 13, 17, 67,
68, 83; character and designs ascribed to him, ii. 13, 29,
55, 60, 70, 116; his deformity, ii. 23, 51, 61, 63; his age,
39 ; his part in Prince Edward's death, 45; and in that of
King Henry, 50; of Clarence, 64, 70; his marriage, 65;
his conduct on the death of Edward IV., 77-82; his at-
tempts upon the throne, 83, 89, 90, 92; Walpole's justifi.
cation of him, 88 ; his part in the death of the young
prince, 93 ; in that of Queen Anne, 99; his intended
marriage with Elizabeth, 99, 101 ; the rising against him,
104; his conduct before the battle of Bosworth, 111;

Coleridge's opinion of the character, 307.
Goderig, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.
Gough, Matthew, i. 306.
Grafton quoted, i, 272, 274.
Green, Sir Henry, i. 47, 52, 54.
Grey, Sir Thomas, i. 174.
- Elizabeth, wife of Edward IV., ii, 20, 26, 66, 90, 92,
103, 204; her remonstrances, 28, 69; takes sanctuary, 82:
gained by Richard III., 101, 102, invites her son to quit

Richmond, 110.
- Richard, her son, ii. 66.
Grove's Life of Wolsey, ii. 128.

-notes on Henry VIII., 11.
Guienne and Gascony, i. 231, 233.
Guildfords, the, of Kent, ii. 105, 110.

Hall quoted, passim, his date, ii. 119.
Hallam, Henry, on the succession of John to the throne,

i. 2; on the quarrel of Bolingbroke and Mowbray, 41; on
Shakspeare generally, ii. 293; on the historical plays, 296,
on Massinger, 299; on the first part or Henry VI.. 306;
on Macbeth, 309; on Coriolanus, 310; on Julius Cæsar,
311; on Antony and Cleopatra, 313; on the three Roman
plays, 314.

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Harcourts, the, 1. 136.
Hardy, T. D., i. 3, 21, 31.
Hardyng, a follower of the Percies, i. 77 ; a Yorkist edition

of his Chronicle,
Harfleur besieged, i. 182, 186.
Hastings, Edward, i. 123.
- Lord, ii. 78, 82, 83, 84, 87, 89; beheaded, 86.
Henry IV. Part I., the play, i. 75, 158 ; ii. 304.

II., the play, i. 113, 158; part of it trans-
ferred to Richard III., ib.
- V., the play, i. 150, 210 ; ii. 306.

VI., Part I., the play, i. 212; the authorship, ib.
233; ii. 57, 58, 306.

- VIII., the play, ii. 118, 308.

- IV. (see Bolingbroke), his wish that his son had been
changed, i. 80; his remonstrances with him, 101, 142; his
death, 437; his projected expedition to the Holy Land,
ii. 75, 150; his character, 159.
- Prince, afterwards Henry V., his character and con.
duct as prince, i: 78, 79, 81, 57, 162, 163; his account of
himself, 85; a musician, 97; compared to Richard II.,
103; his strange dress and interview with his father, ib.;
his swiftness of foot, 109; his horsemanship, 110; his cha-
rity and temper, 142; his companions, 82, 109; at the
battle of Shrewsbury, 114; story of the chief justice, 137,
154; his father's remonstrances, 101, 142; whether put
out of the council, 152 ; question as to his youthful wild-
ness, 83, 150 ; his supposed attempt to usurp regal autho-
rity, 153; becomes king, ib. ; his change of manners, 155;
his treatment of his old friends, 156.-See Henry V.

- V., the archbishop's character of him, i. 162 ; Hol-
linshed's, ib. ; his claims on France, 164, 173; resolved
upon war, 180 ; his address to his soldiers, 183 ; to the
French herald, 188; scene with his soldiers, 192; his ap-
peal to heaven, ib. ; his address to Westmoreland, 195;
his order to kill prisoners, 201; his rencontre with Alen-
çon, 205; his piety, ib. ; his triumphal return, ib. ; his

death and dying injunctions, 213, 218; his character, 211;

in the play, 214 ; by Holinshed, ib.
“ Henry V., the famous victories of,” old play, i. 82.

VI., crowned at Paris, i. 230, 250 ; mediates between
York and Somerset, 250 ; his proposed marriage with the
daughter of the Earl of Armagnac, 252; with Margaret of
Anjou, 253, 260; his supposed hostility to Duke Hum-
phrey, 276; his remonstrance with the Queen on account
of Suffolk, 286; his compromise with York, ii, 1, 7; arbi.
trates between York and Somerset, 4; before the city of
York, 15; retires into Scotland, 19; returns and is made
prisoner, 20; released, 34; appoints Warwick and Clarence
protectors, 37; his speech in his own behalf, 40; again
made prisoner, 42; his death, 50; his character, 56.

- VII.-See Richmond.
- VIII., his meeting with Francis I., . ii. 119; his re-
inission of taxes, 127; dances with Anne Boleyn, 136 ;
first talk of his marrying her, 140, 145; determines to try
the divorce case, 142; his letters to Anne, 145; his con-
duct at the trial, 151; discontented with the cardinals,

153 ; Campbell's view of his dramatic character, 308.
Hemingford, Walter, i. 5.
Herbert, Sir Walter, partizan of Henry VII., ii. 111.
Hexham, battle of, ii. 20.
Hereford. — See Bolingbroke.

one of Buckingham's titles, ii. 125.
Holinshed, i. 1, 12, et passiin ; his date, ii. 119.
Homildon, battle of, i. 75.
Hook, Theodore, i. iii.
Horses, French, do not neigh at Agincourt, i. 193.
Hotspur, i. 75-118; his character, 78; supposed rivalry with

Prince Henry, 80, 88; his speech about the prisoners, 87;
his letters, 90; his dislike of music and poetry, 97; his
accusation of Henry IV., 111; at the battle of Shrews-

bury, 115; his death, 116.
Howard of Corby, Mr., ii. 103.
Howards, the, i. 36.

Hoveden, i. 4, 8, 11, 27.
Hubert, Archbishop of Canterbury, i. 4; his supposed speech

for King John, 5.
Hubert de Burgh, scenes with John, i. 18, 19, 32; called an

upstart, 25, 26.
Hume, David, quoted, i. 62, 74, 167, 173; founds an inci-

dent on Shakspeare, 155 ; ii. 177.
Huntingdon, John Holland, Earl of, 252.- See Exeter.

Isabel of France, Queen of Richard II., i. 52, 60, 63, 65.

of Carlile, first wife of Edmund, Duke of York, i. 66.

Jacqueline of Hainault, Duchess of Gloucester, i. 222.
James I., Cranmer's prophetic speech respecting him, ii, 168,

his supposed descent form Banquo, 193.
Jameson, Mrs., on Constance, i. 33 ; on Lady Percy, 94 ; on

Queen Margaret, 272, 287; ii. 57, 58; on the Duke of
York's speech, and death, ii. 11; on the authorship of
Henry VI. Part I., ii. 58 ; on Queen Catherine, 126, 170;
on Lady Macbeth, 188, 207 ; on Volumnia, 223; on Cleo.

patra, 270, 274.
Jerusalem Chamber, the, i. 150.
Joan of Arc, i. 225, 226, 227; taken and burned, 236.
John, King, the play, i. 1.

- stands out against the Pope, i. 13; scenes with
Hubert, 19, 32; question as to his coronation, 24; sub-

mits to the Pope, 29; his death, 31; character, 27, 33.
Johnson, Dr., his general criticisms on the several plays, see

the end of each play ; on Richard II., i. 52, 55, 65; on
Henry IV., 133, 145; on Henry V., 197; on Henry VI.,
213, 233, 290; ii. 13 ; on Henry VIII., 161; on his cri-

ticisms generally, 261.
Julius Cæsar. - See Cæsar.
Justice, Chief. - See Gascoigne

- new one appointed by Henry V. 154.

Keightley, History of Rome, ii. 213.
Kemble, John, on Macbeth and Richard III., ii. 208.

Kemp, John, Archbishop of York, i. 268.
Kighley, Sir Richard, slain at Agincourt, i. 234.

Lancaster.— See Gaunt, and John.
Langton, Cardinal Sephen, i. 12, 28.
Leland, Collectanea, i. 9, 263, 310; ii. 9.
Lenox, Scottish noble, ii, 200.
Lennox, Mrs., quoted, i. 296.
Lepidus, the triumvir, ži, 247, 267.
Lewis, son of Philip Augustus, i. 10, 25, 29.
Lingard quoted, on the marriage of Henry VI., i, 257; on

charges against Cardinal Beaufort and Duchess Elenor.
270, 272; on Henry's prejudice against Humphrey, 276 ;
on the succession of regents of France, 280 ; on the pro.
cess against Suffolk, 287; on Beaufort's projects, 292; on
Cade's rebellion, 306; on the committal of Somerset, 312;
on the death of York, ii. 9; on Henry's breach of agree-
ment, 16; on Henry's capture, 20; on the captivity of Ed.
ward, 36; on the white rose, 38; on the death of Prince
Edward, 49; on Clarence's jealousy of Warwick, 65; on
the train accompanying Edward V., 78; on the decided
councils, 85; and Richard's proceedings, 88; on the
alleged illegitimacy of Edward IV., 90; on the death of
Queen Anne, 102; on Buckingham's arrest, 125, 129; on
Anne Boleyn, 136-150, 156 ; on Wolsey's arrest, 161 ; et

passim.
Lisle, John Talbot, Viscount, i. 232.
Livius, Titus, chronicler so called, i. 85.
Livy, quoted, ii. 216; his story of Coriolanus, 225; his

foundations, 226; his account of intestine broils, 227.
Longland, John, Bishop of Lincoln, ii. 143.
Longsword. - See Salisbury.
Lords, House of, judgment in cases of treason, i. 312; arti-

cles against Wolsey prepared in, 157.
Lovel, Lord, i. 100.

Sir Thomas, ii. 136, 132,
Lucy, Sir William, i. 233.
Luders, Alexander, on Henry V.,i. 80; on the robbery, 84;

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