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- on the chief justice story, 140; conduct and character,

152, 153, 155.
Lulach, supposed son of Macbeth, ii. 204, 205.

Macbeth, the play, ii. 174, 309.
- employed against Macdonwald, ii, 176; meets the
witches, 178; again, 199 ; became Thane of Glamis and
Cawdor-contemplates the murder of Duncan, 182; the
story doubtful, 192; his soliloquies, 186; his dialogues
with his wife, 186, 187, 190, 194; his murder of Banquo,
194 ; treatment of Macduff and his family, 195; his death,
203; his character, 180, 198, 200, 208.

-Lady, ïi. 184; her soliloquy, 185; her character,
189, 207; her sleep-walking, 199.
Macdonwald, his rebellion, ii. 176.
Macduff, his refusal to come to Macbeth, ii. 195 ; his story

from Wyntown, 196 ; dialogue with Malcolm, 199; his

supposed conflict with Macbeth, 203.
Mackintosh, Sir James, his History of England, i. 223, 262,

296.
Macpherson, James, notes on Wyntown, ii, 178, 181.
Magna Charta, not noticed by Shakspeare, i. 30; ii. 30; ii.

202.
Maid of Orleans. - See Joan.
Mailros, Chronicle of, ii. 192.
Malcolm, Prince of Cumberland, afterwards Malcolm III.,

ii. 183 ; suspects Macbeth, and Aies, 193; doubts of his
legitimacy, ib.; dialogue with Macduff, 199; has a party,

200; king, 204.
Malone, Edmund, his historical notes, i. xii et passim; his

opinion on the authorship of Henry VI. i. 212, 227; ii. 12.
March, Dunbar, Scottish Earl of, i. 107.

- Edmund Mortimer, Earl of, confounded with ano-
ther Edmund, i. 92.

Edward Plantagenet, Earl of. - See Edward.
Margaret of Anjou, her marriage, how brought about, i. 254,
cester, 266, 275, 280, 283; her love of Suffolk, 285, 287,
296; her part in Somerset's release, 310; refuses to ac-
knowledge her husband's compromise, ii. 8; her treatment
of York at the battle of Wakefield, 10 ; at York city, 17;
retires to Scotland and France, 19; reconciled to Warwick;
25, 36; at the battle of Tewksbury, 46, 48, 50 ; her cha.

262 ; her appearance at court, 260; cabals against Glou.

racter, 57; re-appears in Richard III., 69.
Mark Antony.-See Antony.
Marlborough, great Duke of, said to have learned history

from Shakspeare, i. iv.
Marney, Sir Henry, ii. 125.
Marshall, William.-See Pembroke.
Mary, sister of Henry VIII., wife of Louis XII. and of the

Duke of Suffolk, ii. 140.
- daughter of Henry VIII. (afterwards Queen), ii. 144.
Massie, Sir John, killed at Shrewsbury, i. 118.
Massinger, his rhythm compared with Shakspeare's, ii. 298;

his supposed imitation of Shakspeare, 305.

Melun, Count, i. 31, 32.
Menenius Agrippa, his fable, ii. 212, 230.
Menteth, Scottish noble, ii. 200, 201,
Merlin, his prophecies, i. 99. .
Meulan, meeting near, i. 208, 210.
Meyrick, Sir Gilly, indicted for acting Richard II., i. 35.
Monstrelet, his account of Prince Henry's taking the crown,

i. 149.
Montagu, John Neville, Marquis of, ii. 1.
Montargis, battle of, i. 223.
Montjoy, French herald, i. 187.
More, Sir Thomas, his History of Richard III., ii. 61; its

date, 62, 63, 65, 71, 75, 79, 82, 87, 89, 95, 97, 99, 101;

when it ceases, 107.
Morritt of Rokeby, i. 94.
Mortimer, Sir Hugh, killed at Shrewsbury, i. 118.

- Edmund, taken by Glendower, i. 75; his ransom
refused, 86, 91; supposed to have been captured inten-
tionally, 91; uncle and nephew confounded, 92.

i. 177, 245-6.
Mortimer's cross, battle of, i. 13.
Morton, John, Bishop of Ely, afterwards Archbishop, ii. 62,

97, 106.9.
Mowbray. - See Norfolk.
- - Thomas, son of the banished duke, i. 123, 134, 159.
Music despised by Hotspur, i. 88, 97.

cultivated by Prince Henry, 97,

Naseby, battle of, i. 198.
Nevilles, the, ii. 40.
Niebuhr's History of Rome, ii, 211, 226, 229.
Nicolas, Sir Harris, on Hotspur's letters, i. 90; value of

his' Battle of Agincourt,' 160.
Norfolk, Roger Bigot, Earl of, i. 26.

- Thomas Mowbray, Duke of, accused by Boling-
broke, i. 36 ; concerned in the affair of Radcot Bridge, 39;
banished, 42.
- John Mowbray, third duke, his nephew, i. 302 ; ii. 1.

John Howard, first duke of that name, a partizan of
Richard III., ii. 111.

Thomas Howard, second duke (see Surrey), describes
the Field of the Cloth of Gold, ii. 120.

third duke, confounded by Shakspeare
with his father, ii. 140; enemy of Wolsey, 155; and of

Cranmer, 166.
- Agnes, Duchess of, widow of the second duke, ii.

167.
Normandy, loss of, i. 234, 254, 308.
North, Sir Thomas, his translation of Plutarch, ii. 211.
Northampton, battle of, ii. 6.

- one of Buckingham's titles, ii. 125.
Northumberland, Henry Percy, first Earl of, joins Boling-

broke, i. 48, 56, 58, 62; King Richard's address to him,
65; his character, 74 ; does not rise against Henry IV.,
107, 121.

- Henry Percy, fourth Earl of, ii, 112.

Octavia, second wife of Mark Antony, ïi. 273, 274.
Octavius Cæsar, ii. 246, 267, 274.
Orleans, Duke of (Louis, brother to Charles VI.), i. 152, 189;

his release, 228, 284.
- Maid of.. -See Joan.
- siege of, i. 225.

bastard of (Dunois), i. 223, 259.
Ostrich feather, the badge of the Prince of Wales, ii. 34.
Otterbourne quoted, i. 76.
Oxford, John de Vere, thirteenth earl, a partizan of Henry

VI. ii. 14; of Henry VII. 111.

Palgrave, Sir Francis, i. 303.
Pandulph, the Pope's legate, i. 12.
Paris balls. - See Tennis.
Parisians, revolt against Henry VI., i. 236.
Parliament, at Shrewsbury, 1398. i. 40; Westminster, 1404,
61; Leicester, 1414, 167; Leicester, 1425, 240, 248;
Westminster, 1445, 266; Bury St. Edmunds, 1447, 281;
Westminster and Leicester, 1450, 285; Westminster, 1451,
308; Reading, 1453, 311; Westminster, 1455, ii. 3; Co-
ventry, 1459 or 1460, 5; Westminster, 1461, 6; West-

minster, 1477, 73.
Parr, Catherine, Queen of Henry VIII. ii. 166.
Participle used as an adverb, i. 138.
Paston letters quoted, i. 229, 295, 296, 308.
Patay, battle of, i, 224, 225.
Pembroke, William Marshall, Earl of, i. 4, 25, 27.

- Jasper Tudor, Earl of, ii. 13, 30, 111.

Marchioness of, Anne Boleyn so created, ii. 148.
Percies, the, rise against Henry IV., i. 107; their manifesto,

111.
Percy, Lady, wife of Hotspur, i. 94.

Lord, the lover of Anne Boleyn, ii. 146.
Philip Augustus, King of France, i. 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 21, 28.
Philippi, battle of, ii. 255, 260.
Pictorial Shakspere, üi. 276, 300.
Pistol, ancient, i. 185, 192, 200,

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Pix stolen by a soldier in France, i 184.
Plantagenet, Richard (afterwards Duke of York), i. 244; his

claim to the crown, 247; claims his dukedom, 248.- See
York.

- Margaret, daughter of Clarence, married to Sir
Richard Pole, ii. 99.
Plebeians of Rome, ii. 214, 217, 222, 226, 243, 310.
Plutarch, ii. 211, 256.
Poins, Ned, companion of Prince Henry, i. 84.
Pole, Sir Richard, married to Margaret Plantagenet, ii. 99.
- Cardinal, ii. 145.
Polydore Vergil, his date, ii. 119, 129.
Pope, the, King John stands out against, i. 13, 28; surren-

ders his crown to him, 29.
- Alexander, on Shakspeare's characters, ii.
Portia, wife of Brutus, ii. 263.
Poynings, Lord, i. 223.
Poyntzes of Sussex, i. 84.
Prisoners at Agincourt put to death, i. 200.
Proclamation against foreign customs, ii. 135.
Punctuation, effect of a mistake in, i. 76.

Quarterly Review on historical references, ii. 279.

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Radcote Bridge, affair of, i. 39.
Rambures, Lord of, i. 139.
Rapin quoted, i. 229, 249, 254, 280.
Regnier, Duke of Anjou, i. 225, 255.
Renée, sister of the wife of Francis I., ii. 139.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, his death of Cardinal Beaufort, i. 200.
Rhythm, remarks on Shakspeare's, i. 101.
Richard II., the play, i. 34; ii. 304; Sir Gilly Meyrick in-
dicted for acting, i. 35, 64.

- King, suspected of Gloucester's murder, i. 40; his
address to, 55 ; his prayer, 56; his conference with Bo-
lingbroke at Flint, 59; charges against him, 62; his pro.
gress from Flint to Chester, 66; his death, 71,111; cha.

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