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racter and behaviour, 59, 63, 73; his devotion to France,
Richard III., thc play, i. 119; ji. 60, 118, 307,
- See Gloucester.
Richmond, Margaret, Countess of, ii. 67.
- Henry Earl of, afterwards Henry VII., prophecy
of Henry VI. respecting him ; ii. 37 ; aims at marrying the
Princess Elizabeth, 29, 109; embarks for England, 105;
lands at Milford, 106; his speech to his men, 114; his
Rise ap Thomas, partizan of Henry VII., ii, 111.
Rivers, Anthony Widville, Lord, ii. 66, 74, 77, 78; exe-
Roderick, Mr., on Shakspeare's versification, ii. 171.
Rokeby, Sheriff of Northumberland, i. 94.
Roman history, plays founded upon, ii. 210, 314.
Roses, red and white, scene in the Temple Gardens, 244;
first quarrel about them, 249; roses worn by the Yorkists
ii. 35, 39; doubts concerning them, 41, 42.
Ross (or Roos), William, Lord, i. 48.
Rosse, Scottish noble, ii. 200.
Rouen, entered by Joan of Arc, i. 48.
Rous, John, his account of Richard III., ii. 63.
Russell, first lord, ii, 166.
Rutland, Earl of. - See Aumerle.
- - Edmund Plantagenet, Earl of, claim by Clifford,
Salic law, i. 195.
Salisbury, William Longsword, Earl of, i. 24.
-- John de Montacute, seventh earl of, i. 218, 223,
-- Richard Neville, Earl of, a partizan of York, i.
233, 260, 265; supports Gloucester, 268 ; opposes Suffolk
and the Cardinal, 213; takes up arms, 312; ii. 3, 4.
Salisbury, William Ayscough, Bishop of, i. 285.
Sands, Sir William, afterwards Lord, i, 134, 140,
Say, James Fiennes, Lord, i. 285, 306.
Schlegel, Augustus William, his criticisms, i. vi. ix, 103.
- Frederick, i. xi.
Scotland, old saw respecting, i. 166; history of, obscure, ii.
Scrope, Richard, Archbishop of York, rebels against Henry
IV., i 120, 121, 128.
Henry, third lord, of Masham, conspires against
Henry V., i. 174.
Shakspeare, history learned from him, i. iv; ii. 277; no in-
ventor of plots, i. viii; his anachronisms defended by Schle.
gel, ix, 230 ; his loyalty and high Tory notions, 44, 50,
55, 300; ii. 217, 311; his rhythm and versification, i. 101,
145, 212; ii. 171, 209, 297; compared with Massinger's,
298; his characters, i. 158, 171; ii, 282, 285; female cha-
racters, 291; question whether he wrote Henry VI., i. 212.
See Campbell, Coleridge, Hallam, Johnson, Schlegel.
- - passages quoted from - John's speech to the
legate, i. 13; scene with Hubert, 19; on Arthur's death,
23; on the double coronation, 24; on Bolingbroke's popu-
larity, 44; on the kingly character, 55; the garden scene
in Richard II., 60; Richard's address to Northumberland,
65; description of Richard and Bolingbroke, 67; Prince
Henry on his own reformation, 85, 155, 157; Hotspur on
denying his prisoners, 87; on honours, 90 ; on music, 97;
Glendower, translation from his wife, 98; expostulation of
Henry IV. with his son, 101 ; description of the prince
and his companions, 109, 110; Hotspur's remonstrance
with the King, 111; Worcester's, 113, 129; Northumber.
land on the change of popular sentiment, 124; Lady Percy
on her husband, 125; King Henry's address to sleep, 126;
character of Prince Henry, 142, 143; the King's lamen-
tations for his son, 143; the crown scene, 145; the Arch-
bishop upon Henry V., 162; Henry's address to Lord
Scrope, 175; chorus on Henry's passage to France, 181;
Henry's address to the herald, 188; chorus on the eve of
Agincourt, 190; Henry's address to God, 192; on the wish
for more men, 195; chorus on Henry's triumphal entry,
205; Gloucester's lamentations on the Anjou match, 264;
Salisbury on Gloucester and the Cardinal, 261; Margaret
on Elinor Cobham, 273; on Gloucester, 276; Gloucester's
defence, 278; the Cardinal's death-bed scene, 289; con-
versation of Jack Cade and his followers, 298; Margaret's
address to the Duke of York, ii. 10; Gloucester (Richard)
'on himself, 23, 51, 67, 70; Queen Elizabeth's expostula.
tions, 28, 69; Henry VI. on himself, 40; Prince Edward
on his mother, 45; Henry's address to Gloucester, 50; Ed.
ward IV. on Clarence's death, 75; Richard III. trying
Buckingham, 93; description of the Field of the Cloth of
Gold, 120; Wolsey on the fate of place, 128 ; Bucking-
ham's dying speech, 131; Lovell on foreign customs, 835;
Wolsey and Henry on the divorce, 141; Queen Cathe-
rine's speech on the trial, 148; Henry to Catherine, 152;
dialogue between Wolsey and Cromwell, 158; Wolsey's
journey, 162; Catherine and Griffith on his character, 163 ;
Cranmer at the christening of Elizabeth, 167; Macbeth on
the contemplation of the murder, 182, 186; Lady Mac-
beth's invocation, 185; their conversation, 187, 190; Mac-
beth's description of Duncan dead, 191; on Banquo's
intended murder, 194 ; on the eve of the battle, 201; Co-
riolanus on the people, 219; address to them, 221; Bru-
tus on the eve of the Ides of March, 233; Mark Antony
on Cæsar, 239 ; Brutus to the people, ib. ; Antony, 241;
quarrel between Brutus and Cassius, 251; Antony on Bru-
tus, 255; description of Cleopatra on the Cydnus, 265; An-
tony on Fulvia, 267; dialogue between Antony and Cleo-
patra, 268 ; Octavius to Octavia, 273; on Pompey, 312.
Shallow, Justice, i. 233.
Shirley, Sir Jolin, killed at Shrewsbury, i. 117.
Shrewsbury, battle of, i. 116.
first Earl of.— See Talbot.
John, second earl of, i. 6.
Sigismund, the Emperor, comes to England, i. 208.
Simcox, Sanders, the blind man cured, i. 274.
Siward, Earl of Northumberland, ii. 200, 203-5.
Somerset, John Beaufort, Earl and first Duke of, i. 231,
Somerset, Edmund, second duke of, i. 233, 240, 260, 265,
266; regent of France, 275, 280; his committal, release,
&c. 307-12 ; ii. 4; slain, 312 ; character, i. 314.
-- Henry, third duke, ii. 4, 5.
-- Edmund (query if Duke ?), ii. 29 ; beheaded at
- Dukes of, some confusion and doubt respecting
them, i. 233, 245, 246, 251; ii. 44.
Somme, the river passed by Henry V., i. 187.
Southampton, Henry V. embarks at, i. 174.
Southey, Robert, learnt history from Shakspeare, i. viii.
Stafford, Edmund, Earl of, killed at Shrewsbury, i. 117.
- Humphrey, Earl of, afterwards Duke of Bucking-
ham, i. 252 ; cabals against Gloucester, 266, 273.
– Humphrey, son of the Duke of Buckingham, slain at
St. Albans, i. 313.
Staffords, two killed in Cade's rebellion, i. 306.- See Buck-
ingham and Devonshire.
Stanley, Sir William, partizan of Henry VII., ii. 111.
- Thomas, second lord, ii. 67, 70, 75, 83, 84, 87; his
son detained as a hostage, 110.
Steevens, George, his historical notes, i. xv; his opinion on
Henry VI., 312.
Sterline, William Alexander, Earl of, his play of Julius Cæ-
sar, ii. 331.
Strange, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.
Stuarts, descent of the royal house of, įi. 195.
Suetonius quoted, ii. 232.
Suffolk, William de la Pole, fourth earl and first duke, plucks
a red rose, i. 244; his part in Margaret's marriage, 255-8 ;
ii. 260-7; cabals against Gloucester, 270, 277, 279, 280,
282; accused of the murder, 283, 284, 285; banished,
286; Margaret's love for him, 287 ; his death, 293 ; cha-
Surrey, Thomas Holland, Duke of, i, 41, 57.
- Thomas Fitzalan, Earl of, i. 127.
- Thomas Howard, Earl of (afterwards second Duke of
Norfolk), ii, 111.- See Norfolk.
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of, ii. 155.
Swan, white, the badge of Prince Edward, i. 4.
Talbot, Gilbert Lord, at Agincourt, i. 197.
Jobn, first earl of Shrewsbury, defeated and taken at
Patay, i. 224-225; influence of his name, 227; adventure
with the Countess of Auverque, ib.; created earl, 230;
slain with his son, 232 ; his titles, 235; character, 259.
- Sir Gilbert, partizan of Henry VII., ii, 111,
Tawny coats, i. 237.
Tennis balls sent by the Dauphin to Henry V., i, 172.
Ternoire, the river, passed by Henry V., i. 187.
Thierry quoted, i. 5.
Thanes, in Scotland, made Earls, ii, 206.
Thomas, Prince, afterwards Duke of Clarence, i.
Tide, unusual, i.
Treason, judgment of the Lords respecting Northumberland's,
i. 123; Scrope's, 176.
Triumvirs, meeting of, ii. 247.
Tower of London, i. 237.
Troyes, meeting at, i. 208.
Tullus Aufidius, ii. 224.
Turner, Sharon, i. 153, 309.
Tyler, Rev. J. E., his Henry of Monmouth, i. 80; deficient
in references to authority, 81; on Prince Henry's letter,
ib. ; Hotspur's letters, 90; on the King's, 91.
Tytler, Patrick Fraser, historian of Scotland, ii. 175.
Orsius, Des, quoted, i. 173.
Unkinfield, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.
Valence, one of Talbot's titles, i. 234.
Vaughan, Sir Robert, i. 94.
- - Sir Thomas, executed at Pomfret, ii. 79, 81.
Vaux, Sir Nicholas, ii. 132.
Velleius Paterculus, ii. 256.
Verdun, one of Talbot's titles, i. 235.
Verneuil, battle of, i. 223.