Chapter 16 (a)

Adjuration

BECEN
5,2,96 p.373  {***CAPS}
In the adventure of this + 13

BICEN
5,5,27 p.375  {*****CAPS}
To you this honourable bounty + FINIS
HENRY IV, PT.2

BEECEN
1,1,6 p.376  {**CAPS}
The which in every language

BECAN
1,1,38 p.377  {****CAPS}
That stopp'd by me, to breath +16

[BEECAN
[1,3,95 p.380  {*****CAPS}
[Thou (beastly Feeder) art so + 25

[BEQAN
[1,3,101 p.380  {****CAPS}
[They, when Richard liv'd, + 19

BYBECCEN
3,1,98 p. 388  {***CAPS}
They say the Bishop, and + 27

BECEN
4,2,11 p.392  {CAPS}
That man that sits within + 4

BECAEN
4,4,96 p.395  {**CAPS}
The manner and true order + 11

BEQAN
5,5,76 p.402  {******CAPS}
To see perform'd the tenure + 24
HENRY VIII

BEKEN
1,1,56 p.542  {*****CAPS}
Buc The diuell speed him + 20

BEECON
1,2,36 p.544  {**CAPS}
The Splinters, Carders, Fullers + 10

BECEN
1,2,86 p.544  {****CAPS}
In fear our motion will + 16

FBEKGEN
2,3,92 p.551  {CAPS}
I have beene begging sixteene + 5

BAQAAN
3,2,100 p.556  {***CAPS}
Suf The King, the King. +16

BAEKAN
3,2,30 p.558  {*****CAPS}
I will not taint my mouth + 25

BECEN
3,2,373 p.559  {***CAPS}
I have no power to speake + 12

BEQEN
5,1,109 p.564  {CAPS}
Cran I humbly thanke your + 4

BICEN
5,5,9 p.567  {CAPS}
Kin Thanke you good Lord + 8
HENRY V

FSBECEN
1,2,132 p.407  {**CAPS}
In ayde whereof, we of the + 11

BECAN
2,2,42 p.410  {CAPS}
If little faults proceeding + 4

BACEHN
3,2,39 p.413  {**CAPS}
Tells Harry that the King + 11

FBEAECHAN
4,1,8 p.419  {***CAPS}
Besides, they are our outward + 24

BEQAN
4,1,53 p.419  {***CAPS}
Tell him Ile knock his Leake + 27
HENRY VI, PT.1

[BECEN
[1,1,41 p.433  {*****CAPS}
[Is Talbot slaine then + 35

[FBACKEN
[1,1,125 p.433  {****CAPS}
[The French exclaym'd the Devill + 16

BEKEN
1,4,13 p.435  {**CAPS}
To intercept this inconvenience + 8

BECEEN
2,4,101 p.440  {***CAPS}
Ile note you in my book + 17

FBAQEON
2,5,90 p.441  {******CAPS}
But as the rest, so fell + 36

BYCEN
3,1,166 p.443  {*****CAPS}
Rich Thy humble servant vowes + 20

BECKEEHN
3,2,37 p.443  {***CAPS}
That hardly we escap't + 27

BECAN
3,4,55 p.446  {CAPS}
To haste unto your coronation + 4

[BACEN
[4,1,90 p.446  {**CAPS}
[This fellow heere with + 8

[BEKAEN
[4,1,79 p.446  {****CAPS}
[This is my servant + 20

BEQEEN
4,5,66 p.449  {****CAPS}
It warm'd thy Fathers heart + 23

BICEN
5,1,57 p.451  {***CAPS}
Alan Then march to Paris + 12

BECEN
5,4,131 p.454  {****CAPS}
Thou shalt be plac'd as Viceroy + 16

BEECEN
5,5,24 p. 454  {*****CAPS}
That he should be so abject + 26
HENRY VI, PT.2

BAKON
1,1,6 p.456 all  {CAPS}
In presence of the Kings + 1

BECEN
1,3,43 p.459  {**CAPS}
Is this the fashions in + 8

BECEN
3,1,85 p.467  {******CAPS}
Som That all your interest in + 25

BAECEN
3,2,47 p.469  {***CAPS}
Their touch affrights me + 16

BAKEN
3,2,62 p.470  {**CAPS}
I would be blinde with + 8

BEAKCEN
3,2,359 p.472  {CAPS}
'Tis not the Land I care + 6

BECON
4,8,6 p.478  {CAPS}
Buc I heere they be, that + 4
HENRY VI, PT.3

FBACEIN
1,1,227 p. 485  {***CAPS}
If you be king, why + 18

FBEKCEEN
1,2,62 p.486  {****CAPS}
Mount Brother, I goe: Ile winne + 29

[BEECEYN
[1,4,13 p.486  {**CAPS}
[In blood of those that had + 12

[BECEN
[1,4,13 p.486  {***CAPS}
[In blood of those that had + 12

BEKEN
2,2,49 p.490  {CAPS}
King Full well hath Clifford + 10

BECEN
2,2,91 p.490  {CAPS}
To blot out me and put his own + 4

BECEN
2,5,21 p.493  {******CAPS}
Ile beare thee hence, and let + 31

BAKEN
2,6,85 p.493  {**CAPS}
War I, but he's dead. Of with + 8

BEKAN
5,6,50 p.507  {****CAPS}
To wit, an indigested and + 16
HISTORY, JOHN OLDCASTLE , 1664 Folio

BAECON
$$P. 46, col. 1, ln. 37 all  {CAPS}
And sit within...a cipher +3

BECCAN
P. 53, col. 1, ln. 37  {CAPS}
La.Po I will withdraw + 5

[BACAEN
[P. 53, col. 2, ln. 11  {CAPS}
[L.Cob To cut such simple + 5

[BEKCEHN
[P. 53, col. 2, ln. 16  {CAPS}
Cob Journeying, my Lord from + 6
HISTORY, LORD CROMWELL , 1664 Folio

[BECKEEN
[p.15 col.2 ln.13  {CAPS}
[This two moneths day + 6

[BEEKEN
[p.16 col.2 ln.12  {**CAPS}
[Fri I promise you I have not + 10

BECEEEN
p.16 (18) col.1 ln.36  {***CAPS}
To send him to the university + 19

FBACEAN
p.22 col.2 ln.61  {****CAPS}

BEKEN
p.23 col.2 ln.1  {**CAPS}
Hod I warrant you I'le fit + 9

BAEQKAN
p.24 col.2 ln.52  {*****CAPS}
Mo I love health well, but + 32

BEKEN
p.27 col.2 ln.56  {***CAPS}
Crom I am that Cromwell that + 12
JULIUS CAESAR

BACEN
1,2,70 p.700  {****CAPS}
That you would have me seeke + 16

BACEN
1,2,207 p.701  {CAPS}
That could be mov'd to smile + 4

BECEN
1,3,38 p.703  {***CAPS}
If you could but winne the Noble + 12

BECCAN
2,2,36 p.707 all  {CAPS}
It seems to me most strange + 4

BECEEN
2,2,41 p.707  {****CAPS}
The Gods do this in shame +24

BEQEN
3,2,280 p.712  {CAPS}
Through this, the wel-beloved +4

BEEQQEN
5,1,61 p.717  {***CAPS}
If you dare fight to day + 18

FBECEN
5,3,25 p.719  {***CAPS}
Into his eares; I may say + 15
KING JOHN

BAKAN
1,1,195 p.306  {******CAPS}
And then comes answer like + 29

BACOEN
2,1,138 p.308  {*****CAPS}
Ile smoake your skin-coat + 25

BECEN
2,1,295 p.309  {***CAPS}
Fra It shall be so + 12

BECEEN
3,1,223 p.314  {**CAPS}
If thou stand excommunicate, + 12

BECHAN
4,2,17 p.318  {*****CAPS}
This acte, is as an ancient tale + 29
KING LEAR

BEECEAN
1,1,50 p.773  {*****CAPS}
Interest of Territory, Cares + 30

BECCEEN
1,4,330 p.779  {******CAPS}
Gon. Do you marke that? + 36

4,1,43 p.790  {CAPS}
I'th'way toward Dover, do it + 4

BECEEAN
4,4,13 p.792  {CAPS}
The which he lackes; that to + 6
THE LONDON PRODIGAL , 1664 Folio

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LOCRINE , 1664 Folio

(None found.)
A LOVERS COMPLAINT  (verse)

(None found.)
LOVES LABOUR LOST

BECEN 2,1,183 p.127  {***CAPS}
Boy I would you heard it + 12

BEKEN
5,2,736 p.143  {**CAPS}
In the converse of breath + 8

BACKEIN
5,2,746 p.143  {****CAPS}
The holy suite which faire + 27
MACBETH

FBACEN
1,7,59 p.725  {***CAPS}
Macb If we should faile? + 12

BEECEN
2,1,41 P.726  {******CAPS}
I have thee not and yet + 30

BAQCEAN
2,3,50 p.727  {******CAPS}
Macd Ile make so bold to call + 36

BECEN
3,4,86 p.732  {*****CAPS}
To those that know me +25

BACEHN
4,3,86 p.736  {**CAPS}
Than summer-seeming lust + 10
MEASURE FOR MEASURE

BACEN
1,2,183 p.63  {CAPS}
There is a prone and speech + 4

BACEN
1,3,40 p.63 all  {CAPS}
I have on Angelo impos'd + 4

BECEN
5,1,473 p.83  {*****CAPS}
Duke. I would thou hadst done + 20

[BECAN
[5,1,525 p.84  {**CAPS}
[Thy slander I forgive + 8

[BYEQCAAN
[5,1,525 p.84  {CAPS}
[Thy slander I forgive + 7
MERCHANT OF VENICE

BECEN
2,7,18 p.171  {**CAPS}
This casket threatens men + 8

BEKCEN
3,5,126 p.178  {**CAPS}
That have of late so hudled + 10

BECAAN
4,1,225 p.180  {**CAPS}
I pray you look upon + 10

BAKEN
4,1,274 p.180  {*****CAPS}
To view with hollow eye, + 21

BEQCEN
4,1,403 p.181  {****CAPS}
To bring thee to the gallowes, + 19

BEKAN
5,1,276 p.184  {*******CAPS}
Antho. I am dumb. + 28
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR

BUCEN
5,5,58 p.59  {*****CAPS}
That ere she sleepe has thrice + 20
MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM

BECEEN
1,1,209 p.147  {***CAPS}
To morrow night, when Phoebe + 15

BECCEN
2,1,121 p.149  {****CAPS}
To be my Henchman + 20

BECEN
2,1,147 p.149  {**CAPS}
Till I torment thee for this + 7

BEECEN
3,2,270 p.155  {***CAPS}
I would I had your bond: for + 15

BECKEN
3,2,167 p.156  {*****CAPS}
Till ore their browes, death + 25

BICEN
4,1,152 p.158  {**CAPS}
I cannot truly say how I came + 8
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

BECEN
5,3,39 p.121  {**CAPS}
In the true course of all + 8
OTHELLO, THE MOORE OF VENICE

BEICAN
1,2,36 p.802  {CAPS}
Cassio The Duke do's greet + 5

BEQEN
1,3,85 p.803  {CAPS}
Their deerest action in the + 4

BEQEN
2,3,250 p.811  {**CAPS}
But never more be Officer + 11

BEQAEEN
3,3,106 p. 813  {**CAPS}
I heard thee say even now, + 12

BEAEKIN
3,3,261 p.815  {***CAPS}
Though that her Iesses were + 18

BEQEAN
3,4,60 p.817  {**CAPS}
Intirely to her love + 10