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  3:1 Now Moses kept the flock of Jethro his father in law, the priest
  3:2 And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed.
  3:7 And the LORD said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows; 3:8 And I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; unto the place of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites.
  3:9 Now therefore, behold, the cry of the children of Israel is come
  3:13 And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of
  3:15 And God said moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, the LORD God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations.
  3:16 Go, and gather the elders of Israel together, and say unto them,
  3:18 And they shall hearken to thy voice: and thou shalt come, thou and the elders of Israel, unto the king of Egypt, and ye shall say unto him, The LORD God of the Hebrews hath met with us: and now let us go, we beseech thee, three days' journey into the wilderness, that we may sacrifice to the LORD our God.
  4:1 And Moses answered and said, But, behold, they will not believe me, nor hearken unto my voice: for they will say, The LORD hath not appeared unto thee.
  4:4 And the LORD said unto Moses, Put forth thine hand, and take it by the tail. And he put forth his hand, and caught it, and it became a
  4:6 And the LORD said furthermore unto him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom. And he put his hand into his bosom: and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprous as snow.
  4:7 And he said, Put thine hand into thy bosom again. And he put his hand into his bosom again; and plucked it out of his bosom, and, behold, it was turned again as his other flesh.
  4:8 And it shall come to pass, if they will not believe thee, neither hearken to the voice of the first sign, that they will believe the voice of the latter sign.
  4:9 And it shall come to pass, if they will not believe also these two signs, neither hearken unto thy voice, that thou shalt take of the water of the river, and pour it upon the dry land: and the water which thou takest out of the river shall become blood upon the dry land.
  4:10 And Moses said unto the LORD, O my LORD, I am not eloquent, neither heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy servant: but I am slow of speech, and of a slow tongue.
  4:11 And the LORD said unto him, Who hath made man's mouth? or who maketh the dumb, or deaf, or the seeing, or the blind? have not I the
  4:15 And thou shalt speak unto him, and put words in his mouth: and I will be with thy mouth, and with his mouth, and will teach you what ye shall do.
  4:16 And he shall be thy spokesman unto the people: and he shall be, even he shall be to thee instead of a mouth, and thou shalt be to him instead of God.
  4:21 And the LORD said unto Moses, When thou goest to return into
  4:22 And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn: 4:23 And I say unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me: and if thou refuse to let him go, behold, I will slay thy son, even thy firstborn.
  4:31 And the people believed: and when they heard that the LORD had visited the children of Israel, and that he had looked upon their affliction, then they bowed their heads and worshipped.
  5:1 And afterward Moses and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Let my people go, that they may hold a feast unto me in the wilderness.
  5:4 And the king of Egypt said unto them, Wherefore do ye, Moses and
  5:8 And the tale of the bricks, which they did make heretofore, ye shall lay upon them; ye shall not diminish ought thereof: for they be idle; therefore they cry, saying, Let us go and sacrifice to our God.
  5:19 And the officers of the children of Israel did see that they were in evil case, after it was said, Ye shall not minish ought from your bricks of your daily task.
  5:20 And they met Moses and Aaron, who stood in the way, as they came
  6:1 Then the LORD said unto Moses, Now shalt thou see what I will do
  6:2 And God spake unto Moses, and said unto him, I am the LORD: 6:3
  6:4 And I have also established my covenant with them, to give them the land of Canaan, the land of their pilgrimage, wherein they were strangers.
  6:8 And I will bring you in unto the land, concerning the which I did swear to give it to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob; and I will give it you for an heritage: I am the LORD.
  6:12 And Moses spake before the LORD, saying, Behold, the children of
  6:14 These be the heads of their fathers' houses: The sons of Reuben the firstborn of Israel; Hanoch, and Pallu, Hezron, and Carmi: these be the families of Reuben.
  6:15 And the sons of Simeon; Jemuel, and Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zohar, and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish woman: these are the families of Simeon.
  6:16 And these are the names of the sons of Levi according to their generations; Gershon, and Kohath, and Merari: and the years of the life of Levi were an hundred thirty and seven years.
  6:23 And Aaron took him Elisheba, daughter of Amminadab, sister of
  6:26 These are that Aaron and Moses, to whom the LORD said, Bring out the children of Israel from the land of Egypt according to their armies.
  6:30 And Moses said before the LORD, Behold, I am of uncircumcised lips, and how shall Pharaoh hearken unto me? 7:1 And the LORD said unto Moses, See, I have made thee a god to Pharaoh: and Aaron thy brother shall be thy prophet.
  7:2 Thou shalt speak all that I command thee: and Aaron thy brother shall speak unto Pharaoh, that he send the children of Israel out of his land.
  7:5 And the Egyptians shall know that I am the LORD, when I stretch forth mine hand upon Egypt, and bring out the children of Israel from among them.
  7:8 And the LORD spake unto Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 7:9 When
  7:10 And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, and they did so as the
  7:11 Then Pharaoh also called the wise men and the sorcerers: now the magicians of Egypt, they also did in like manner with their enchantments.
  7:16 And thou shalt say unto him, The LORD God of the Hebrews hath sent me unto thee, saying, Let my people go, that they may serve me in
  7:17 Thus saith the LORD, In this thou shalt know that I am the LORD: behold, I will smite with the rod that is in mine hand upon the waters which are in the river, and they shall be turned to blood.
  7:18 And the fish that is in the river shall die, and the river shall stink; and the Egyptians shall lothe to drink of the water of the river.
  7:19 And the LORD spake unto Moses, Say unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and stretch out thine hand upon the waters of Egypt, upon their streams, upon their rivers, and upon their ponds, and upon all their pools of water, that they may become blood; and that there may be blood throughout all the land of Egypt, both in vessels of wood, and in vessels of stone.
  7:20 And Moses and Aaron did so, as the LORD commanded; and he lifted up the rod, and smote the waters that were in the river, in the sight of Pharaoh, and in the sight of his servants; and all the waters that were in the river were turned to blood.
  7:21 And the fish that was in the river died; and the river stank, and the Egyptians could not drink of the water of the river; and there was blood throughout all the land of Egypt.
  7:22 And the magicians of Egypt did so with their enchantments: and
  8:2 And if thou refuse to let them go, behold, I will smite all thy
  8:8 Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron, and said, Intreat the
  8:9 And Moses said unto Pharaoh, Glory over me: when shall I intreat for thee, and for thy servants, and for thy people, to destroy the frogs from thee and thy houses, that they may remain in the river only? 8:10 And he said, To morrow. And he said, Be it according to thy word: that thou mayest know that there is none like unto the LORD our God.
  8:11 And the frogs shall depart from thee, and from thy houses, and from thy servants, and from thy people; they shall remain in the river only.
  8:16 And the LORD said unto Moses, Say unto Aaron, Stretch out thy rod, and smite the dust of the land, that it may become lice throughout all the land of Egypt.
  8:17 And they did so; for Aaron stretched out his hand with his rod, and smote the dust of the earth, and it became lice in man, and in beast; all the dust of the land became lice throughout all the land of Egypt.
  8:20 And the LORD said unto Moses, Rise up early in the morning, and stand before Pharaoh; lo, he cometh forth to the water; and say unto him, Thus saith the LORD, Let my people go, that they may serve me.
  8:21 Else, if thou wilt not let my people go, behold, I will send swarms of flies upon thee, and upon thy servants, and upon thy people,
  8:22 And I will sever in that day the land of Goshen, in which my people dwell, that no swarms of flies shall be there; to the end thou mayest know that I am the LORD in the midst of the earth.
  8:28 And Pharaoh said, I will let you go, that ye may sacrifice to the
  8:29 And Moses said, Behold, I go out from thee, and I will intreat the LORD that the swarms of flies may depart from Pharaoh, from his servants, and from his people, to morrow: but let not Pharaoh deal deceitfully any more in not letting the people go to sacrifice to the LORD.
  9:2 For if thou refuse to let them go, and wilt hold them still, 9:3
  9:4 And the LORD shall sever between the cattle of Israel and the
  9:7 And Pharaoh sent, and, behold, there was not one of the cattle of the Israelites dead. And the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and he did not let the people go.
  9:8 And the LORD said unto Moses and unto Aaron, Take to you handfuls of ashes of the furnace, and let Moses sprinkle it toward the heaven in the sight of Pharaoh.
  9:9 And it shall become small dust in all the land of Egypt, and shall be a boil breaking forth with blains upon man, and upon beast, throughout all the land of Egypt.
  9:10 And they took ashes of the furnace, and stood before Pharaoh; and
  9:11 And the magicians could not stand before Moses because of the boils; for the boil was upon the magicians, and upon all the
  9:14 For I will at this time send all my plagues upon thine heart, and upon thy servants, and upon thy people; that thou mayest know that there is none like me in all the earth.
  9:17 As yet exaltest thou thyself against my people, that thou wilt not let them go? 9:18 Behold, to morrow about this time I will cause it to rain a very grievous hail, such as hath not been in Egypt since the foundation thereof even until now.
  9:19 Send therefore now, and gather thy cattle, and all that thou hast in the field; for upon every man and beast which shall be found in the field, and shall not be brought home, the hail shall come down upon them, and they shall die.
  9:20 He that feared the word of the LORD among the servants of Pharaoh made his servants and his cattle flee into the houses: 9:21 And he that regarded not the word of the LORD left his servants and his cattle in the field.
  9:22 And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven, that there may be hail in all the land of Egypt, upon man, and upon beast, and upon every herb of the field, throughout the land of Egypt.
  9:23 And Moses stretched forth his rod toward heaven: and the LORD sent thunder and hail, and the fire ran along upon the ground; and the
  9:24 So there was hail, and fire mingled with the hail, very grievous, such as there was none like it in all the land of Egypt since it became a nation.
  9:25 And the hail smote throughout all the land of Egypt all that was in the field, both man and beast; and the hail smote every herb of the field, and brake every tree of the field.
  9:28 Intreat the LORD (for it is enough) that there be no more mighty thunderings and hail; and I will let you go, and ye shall stay no longer.
  9:29 And Moses said unto him, As soon as I am gone out of the city, I will spread abroad my hands unto the LORD; and the thunder shall cease, neither shall there be any more hail; that thou mayest know how that the earth is the LORD's.
  9:34 And when Pharaoh saw that the rain and the hail and the thunders were ceased, he sinned yet more, and hardened his heart, he and his servants.
  10:3 And Moses and Aaron came in unto Pharaoh, and said unto him, Thus saith the LORD God of the Hebrews, How long wilt thou refuse to humble thyself before me? let my people go, that they may serve me.
  10:4 Else, if thou refuse to let my people go, behold, to morrow will
  10:7 And Pharaoh's servants said unto him, How long shall this man be a snare unto us? let the men go, that they may serve the LORD their
  10:12 And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch out thine hand over the land of Egypt for the locusts, that they may come up upon the land of
  10:13 And Moses stretched forth his rod over the land of Egypt, and the LORD brought an east wind upon the land all that day, and all that night; and when it was morning, the east wind brought the locusts.
  10:14 And the locust went up over all the land of Egypt, and rested in all the coasts of Egypt: very grievous were they; before them there were no such locusts as they, neither after them shall be such.
  10:15 For they covered the face of the whole earth, so that the land was darkened; and they did eat every herb of the land, and all the fruit of the trees which the hail had left: and there remained not any green thing in the trees, or in the herbs of the field, through all the land of Egypt.
  10:22 And Moses stretched forth his hand toward heaven; and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt three days: 10:23 They saw not one another, neither rose any from his place for three days: but all the children of Israel had light in their dwellings.
  10:24 And Pharaoh called unto Moses, and said, Go ye, serve the LORD; only let your flocks and your herds be stayed: let your little ones also go with you.
  11:2 Speak now in the ears of the people, and let every man borrow of his neighbour, and every woman of her neighbour, jewels of silver and jewels of gold.
  11:3 And the LORD gave the people favour in the sight of the
  11:4 And Moses said, Thus saith the LORD, About midnight will I go out into the midst of Egypt: 11:5 And all the firstborn in the land of
  11:8 And all these thy servants shall come down unto me, and bow down themselves unto me, saying, Get thee out, and all the people that
  12:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt saying, 12:2 This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.
  12:3 Speak ye unto all the congregation of Israel, saying, In the tenth day of this month they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of their fathers, a lamb for an house: 12:4 And if the household be too little for the lamb, let him and his neighbour next unto his house take it according to the number of the souls; every man according to his eating shall make your count for the lamb.
  12:5 Your lamb shall be without blemish, a male of the first year: ye shall take it out from the sheep, or from the goats: 12:6 And ye shall keep it up until the fourteenth day of the same month: and the whole assembly of the congregation of Israel shall kill it in the evening.
  12:7 And they shall take of the blood, and strike it on the two side posts and on the upper door post of the houses, wherein they shall eat it.
  12:12 For I will pass through the land of Egypt this night, and will smite all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast; and against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgment: I am the LORD.
  12:13 And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses where
  12:14 And this day shall be unto you for a memorial; and ye shall keep it a feast to the LORD throughout your generations; ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance for ever.
  12:15 Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread; even the first day ye shall put away leaven out of your houses: for whosoever eateth leavened bread from the first day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from Israel.
  12:16 And in the first day there shall be an holy convocation, and in the seventh day there shall be an holy convocation to you; no manner of work shall be done in them, save that which every man must eat, that only may be done of you.
  12:17 And ye shall observe the feast of unleavened bread; for in this selfsame day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt: therefore shall ye observe this day in your generations by an ordinance for ever.
  12:18 In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth day of the month at even.
  12:19 Seven days shall there be no leaven found in your houses: for whosoever eateth that which is leavened, even that soul shall be cut off from the congregation of Israel, whether he be a stranger, or born in the land.
  12:22 And ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, and dip it in the blood that is in the bason, and strike the lintel and the two side posts with the blood that is in the bason; and none of you shall go out at the door of his house until the morning.
  12:23 For the LORD will pass through to smite the Egyptians; and when he seeth the blood upon the lintel, and on the two side posts, the
  12:26 And it shall come to pass, when your children shall say unto you, What mean ye by this service? 12:27 That ye shall say, It is the sacrifice of the LORD's passover, who passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, when he smote the Egyptians, and delivered our houses. And the people bowed the head and worshipped.
  12:30 And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he, and all his servants, and all the Egyptians; and there was a great cry in Egypt; for there was not a house where there was not one dead.
  12:31 And he called for Moses and Aaron by night, and said, Rise up, and get you forth from among my people, both ye and the children of
  12:39 And they baked unleavened cakes of the dough which they brought forth out of Egypt, for it was not leavened; because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry, neither had they prepared for themselves any victual.
  12:40 Now the sojourning of the children of Israel, who dwelt in
  12:41 And it came to pass at the end of the four hundred and thirty years, even the selfsame day it came to pass, that all the hosts of the LORD went out from the land of Egypt.
  12:42 It is a night to be much observed unto the LORD for bringing them out from the land of Egypt: this is that night of the LORD to be observed of all the children of Israel in their generations.
  12:43 And the LORD said unto Moses and Aaron, This is the ordinance of
  13:3 And Moses said unto the people, Remember this day, in which ye came out from Egypt, out of the house of bondage; for by strength of hand the LORD brought you out from this place: there shall no leavened bread be eaten.
  13:8 And thou shalt shew thy son in that day, saying, This is done because of that which the LORD did unto me when I came forth out of
  13:9 And it shall be for a sign unto thee upon thine hand, and for a memorial between thine eyes, that the LORD's law may be in thy mouth: for with a strong hand hath the LORD brought thee out of Egypt.
  13:13 And every firstling of an ass thou shalt redeem with a lamb; and if thou wilt not redeem it, then thou shalt break his neck: and all the firstborn of man among thy children shalt thou redeem.
  13:16 And it shall be for a token upon thine hand, and for frontlets
  13:17 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh had let the people go, that
  13:19 And Moses took the bones of Joseph with him: for he had straitly sworn the children of Israel, saying, God will surely visit you; and ye shall carry up my bones away hence with you.
  14:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 14:2 Speak unto the children of Israel, that they turn and encamp before Pihahiroth, between Migdol and the sea, over against Baalzephon: before it shall ye encamp by the sea.
  14:5 And it was told the king of Egypt that the people fled: and the heart of Pharaoh and of his servants was turned against the people, and they said, Why have we done this, that we have let Israel go from serving us? 14:6 And he made ready his chariot, and took his people with him: 14:7 And he took six hundred chosen chariots, and all the chariots of Egypt, and captains over every one of them.
  14:8 And the LORD hardened the heart of Pharaoh king of Egypt, and he pursued after the children of Israel: and the children of Israel went out with an high hand.
  14:9 But the Egyptians pursued after them, all the horses and chariots of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and his army, and overtook them encamping by the sea, beside Pihahiroth, before Baalzephon.
  14:10 And when Pharaoh drew nigh, the children of Israel lifted up their eyes, and, behold, the Egyptians marched after them; and they
  14:11 And they said unto Moses, Because there were no graves in Egypt, hast thou taken us away to die in the wilderness? wherefore hast thou dealt thus with us, to carry us forth out of Egypt? 14:12 Is not this the word that we did tell thee in Egypt, saying, Let us alone, that we may serve the Egyptians? For it had been better for us to serve the Egyptians, than that we should die in the wilderness.
  14:13 And Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which he will shew to you to day: for the Egyptians whom ye have seen to day, ye shall see them again no more for ever.
  14:17 And I, behold, I will harden the hearts of the Egyptians, and they shall follow them: and I will get me honour upon Pharaoh, and upon all his host, upon his chariots, and upon his horsemen.
  14:18 And the Egyptians shall know that I am the LORD, when I have gotten me honour upon Pharaoh, upon his chariots, and upon his horsemen.
  14:19 And the angel of God, which went before the camp of Israel, removed and went behind them; and the pillar of the cloud went from before their face, and stood behind them: 14:20 And it came between the camp of the Egyptians and the camp of Israel; and it was a cloud and darkness to them, but it gave light by night to these: so that the one came not near the other all the night.
  14:21 And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided.
  14:22 And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea upon
  14:26 And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch out thine hand over the sea, that the waters may come again upon the Egyptians, upon their chariots, and upon their horsemen.
  14:27 And Moses stretched forth his hand over the sea, and the sea returned to his strength when the morning appeared; and the Egyptians fled against it; and the LORD overthrew the Egyptians in the midst of the sea.
  14:28 And the waters returned, and covered the chariots, and the horsemen, and all the host of Pharaoh that came into the sea after them; there remained not so much as one of them.
  14:29 But the children of Israel walked upon dry land in the midst of the sea; and the waters were a wall unto them on their right hand, and on their left.
  14:30 Thus the LORD saved Israel that day out of the hand of the
  14:31 And Israel saw that great work which the LORD did upon the
  15:1 Then sang Moses and the children of Israel this song unto the
  15:2 The LORD is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father's God, and I will exalt him.
  15:7 And in the greatness of thine excellency thou hast overthrown them that rose up against thee: thou sentest forth thy wrath, which consumed them as stubble.
  15:8 And with the blast of thy nostrils the waters were gathered together, the floods stood upright as an heap, and the depths were congealed in the heart of the sea.
  15:9 The enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake, I will divide the spoil; my lust shall be satisfied upon them; I will draw my sword, my hand shall destroy them.
  15:13 Thou in thy mercy hast led forth the people which thou hast
  15:16 Fear and dread shall fall upon them; by the greatness of thine arm they shall be as still as a stone; till thy people pass over, O
  15:17 Thou shalt bring them in, and plant them in the mountain of thine inheritance, in the place, O LORD, which thou hast made for thee to dwell in, in the Sanctuary, O LORD, which thy hands have established.
  15:20 And Miriam the prophetess, the sister of Aaron, took a timbrel in her hand; and all the women went out after her with timbrels and with dances.
  15:21 And Miriam answered them, Sing ye to the LORD, for he hath triumphed gloriously; the horse and his rider hath he thrown into the sea.
  15:22 So Moses brought Israel from the Red sea, and they went out into the wilderness of Shur; and they went three days in the wilderness, and found no water.
  15:23 And when they came to Marah, they could not drink of the waters of Marah, for they were bitter: therefore the name of it was called
  15:24 And the people murmured against Moses, saying, What shall we drink? 15:25 And he cried unto the LORD; and the LORD shewed him a tree, which when he had cast into the waters, the waters were made sweet: there he made for them a statute and an ordinance, and there he proved them, 15:26 And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the LORD thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I am the LORD that healeth thee.
  16:2 And the whole congregation of the children of Israel murmured against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness: 16:3 And the children of
  16:4 Then said the LORD unto Moses, Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you; and the people shall go out and gather a certain rate every day, that I may prove them, whether they will walk in my law, or no.
  16:5 And it shall come to pass, that on the sixth day they shall prepare that which they bring in; and it shall be twice as much as they gather daily.
  16:6 And Moses and Aaron said unto all the children of Israel, At even, then ye shall know that the LORD hath brought you out from the
  16:9 And Moses spake unto Aaron, Say unto all the congregation of the children of Israel, Come near before the LORD: for he hath heard your murmurings.
  16:10 And it came to pass, as Aaron spake unto the whole congregation of the children of Israel, that they looked toward the wilderness, and, behold, the glory of the LORD appeared in the cloud.
  16:11 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 16:12 I have heard the murmurings of the children of Israel: speak unto them, saying, At even ye shall eat flesh, and in the morning ye shall be filled with bread; and ye shall know that I am the LORD your God.
  16:13 And it came to pass, that at even the quails came up, and
  16:14 And when the dew that lay was gone up, behold, upon the face of the wilderness there lay a small round thing, as small as the hoar frost on the ground.
  16:15 And when the children of Israel saw it, they said one to another, It is manna: for they wist not what it was. And Moses said unto them, This is the bread which the LORD hath given you to eat.
  16:16 This is the thing which the LORD hath commanded, Gather of it every man according to his eating, an omer for every man, according to the number of your persons; take ye every man for them which are in his tents.
  16:21 And they gathered it every morning, every man according to his
  16:22 And it came to pass, that on the sixth day they gathered twice as much bread, two omers for one man: and all the rulers of the congregation came and told Moses.
  16:23 And he said unto them, This is that which the LORD hath said, To morrow is the rest of the holy sabbath unto the LORD: bake that which ye will bake to day, and seethe that ye will seethe; and that which remaineth over lay up for you to be kept until the morning.
  16:28 And the LORD said unto Moses, How long refuse ye to keep my commandments and my laws? 16:29 See, for that the LORD hath given you the sabbath, therefore he giveth you on the sixth day the bread of two days; abide ye every man in his place, let no man go out of his place on the seventh day.
  16:32 And Moses said, This is the thing which the LORD commandeth,
  16:33 And Moses said unto Aaron, Take a pot, and put an omer full of manna therein, and lay it up before the LORD, to be kept for your generations.
  16:34 As the LORD commanded Moses, so Aaron laid it up before the
  16:35 And the children of Israel did eat manna forty years, until they came to a land inhabited; they did eat manna, until they came unto the borders of the land of Canaan.
  17:2 Wherefore the people did chide with Moses, and said, Give us water that we may drink. And Moses said unto them, Why chide ye with me? wherefore do ye tempt the LORD? 17:3 And the people thirsted there for water; and the people murmured against Moses, and said, Wherefore is this that thou hast brought us up out of Egypt, to kill us and our children and our cattle with thirst? 17:4 And Moses cried unto the LORD, saying, What shall I do unto this people? they be almost ready to stone me.
  17:5 And the LORD said unto Moses, Go on before the people, and take with thee of the elders of Israel; and thy rod, wherewith thou smotest the river, take in thine hand, and go.
  17:6 Behold, I will stand before thee there upon the rock in Horeb; and thou shalt smite the rock, and there shall come water out of it, that the people may drink. And Moses did so in the sight of the elders of Israel.
  17:7 And he called the name of the place Massah, and Meribah, because of the chiding of the children of Israel, and because they tempted the
  17:9 And Moses said unto Joshua, Choose us out men, and go out, fight
  17:12 But Moses hands were heavy; and they took a stone, and put it under him, and he sat thereon; and Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, the one on the one side, and the other on the other side; and his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.
  17:15 And Moses built an altar, and called the name of it
  18:1 When Jethro, the priest of Midian, Moses' father in law, heard of all that God had done for Moses, and for Israel his people, and that the LORD had brought Israel out of Egypt; 18:2 Then Jethro, Moses' father in law, took Zipporah, Moses' wife, after he had sent her back,
  18:3 And her two sons; of which the name of the one was Gershom; for he said, I have been an alien in a strange land: 18:4 And the name of the other was Eliezer; for the God of my father, said he, was mine help, and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh: 18:5 And Jethro, Moses' father in law, came with his sons and his wife unto Moses into the wilderness, where he encamped at the mount of God: 18:6 And he said unto Moses, I thy father in law Jethro am come unto thee, and thy wife, and her two sons with her.
  18:7 And Moses went out to meet his father in law, and did obeisance, and kissed him; and they asked each other of their welfare; and they came into the tent.
  18:8 And Moses told his father in law all that the LORD had done unto
  18:13 And it came to pass on the morrow, that Moses sat to judge the
  18:14 And when Moses' father in law saw all that he did to the people, he said, What is this thing that thou doest to the people? why sittest thou thyself alone, and all the people stand by thee from morning unto even? 18:15 And Moses said unto his father in law, Because the people come unto me to enquire of God: 18:16 When they have a matter, they come unto me; and I judge between one and another, and I do make them know the statutes of God, and his laws.
  18:19 Hearken now unto my voice, I will give thee counsel, and God
  18:21 Moreover thou shalt provide out of all the people able men, such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness; and place such over them, to be rulers of thousands, and rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens: 18:22 And let them judge the people at all seasons: and it shall be, that every great matter they shall bring unto thee, but every small matter they shall judge: so shall it be easier for thyself, and they shall bear the burden with thee.
  18:23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God command thee so, then thou shalt be able to endure, and all this people shall also go to their place in peace.
  19:1 In the third month, when the children of Israel were gone forth out of the land of Egypt, the same day came they into the wilderness of Sinai.
  19:2 For they were departed from Rephidim, and were come to the desert of Sinai, and had pitched in the wilderness; and there Israel camped before the mount.
  19:3 And Moses went up unto God, and the LORD called unto him out of the mountain, saying, Thus shalt thou say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel; 19:4 Ye have seen what I did unto the Egyptians, and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto myself.
  19:5 Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all
  19:9 And the LORD said unto Moses, Lo, I come unto thee in a thick cloud, that the people may hear when I speak with thee, and believe thee for ever.
  19:10 And the LORD said unto Moses, Go unto the people, and sanctify them to day and to morrow, and let them wash their clothes, 19:11 And be ready against the third day: for the third day the LORD will come down in the sight of all the people upon mount Sinai.
  19:12 And thou shalt set bounds unto the people round about, saying,
  19:16 And it came to pass on the third day in the morning, that there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud; so that all the people that was in the camp trembled.
  19:17 And Moses brought forth the people out of the camp to meet with
  19:18 And mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because the LORD descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly.
  19:23 And Moses said unto the LORD, The people cannot come up to mount
  19:24 And the LORD said unto him, Away, get thee down, and thou shalt come up, thou, and Aaron with thee: but let not the priests and the people break through to come up unto the LORD, lest he break forth upon them.
  20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; 20:6 And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.
  20:7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the
  20:18 And all the people saw the thunderings, and the lightnings, and the noise of the trumpet, and the mountain smoking: and when the people saw it, they removed, and stood afar off.
  20:25 And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build
  21:4 If his master have given him a wife, and she have born him sons or daughters; the wife and her children shall be her master's, and he shall go out by himself.
  21:5 And if the servant shall plainly say, I love my master, my wife, and my children; I will not go out free: 21:6 Then his master shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an aul; and he shall serve him for ever.
  21:22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine.
  21:29 But if the ox were wont to push with his horn in time past, and it hath been testified to his owner, and he hath not kept him in, but that he hath killed a man or a woman; the ox shall be stoned, and his owner also shall be put to death.
  21:32 If the ox shall push a manservant or a maidservant; he shall give unto their master thirty shekels of silver, and the ox shall be stoned.
  21:33 And if a man shall open a pit, or if a man shall dig a pit, and not cover it, and an ox or an ass fall therein; 21:34 The owner of the pit shall make it good, and give money unto the owner of them; and the dead beast shall be his.
  21:35 And if one man's ox hurt another's, that he die; then they shall sell the live ox, and divide the money of it; and the dead ox also they shall divide.
  21:36 Or if it be known that the ox hath used to push in time past, and his owner hath not kept him in; he shall surely pay ox for ox; and the dead shall be his own.
  22:3 If the sun be risen upon him, there shall be blood shed for him; for he should make full restitution; if he have nothing, then he shall be sold for his theft.
  22:6 If fire break out, and catch in thorns, so that the stacks of corn, or the standing corn, or the field, be consumed therewith; he that kindled the fire shall surely make restitution.
  22:7 If a man shall deliver unto his neighbour money or stuff to keep, and it be stolen out of the man's house; if the thief be found, let him pay double.
  22:8 If the thief be not found, then the master of the house shall be brought unto the judges, to see whether he have put his hand unto his neighbour's goods.
  22:9 For all manner of trespass, whether it be for ox, for ass, for sheep, for raiment, or for any manner of lost thing which another challengeth to be his, the cause of both parties shall come before the judges; and whom the judges shall condemn, he shall pay double unto his neighbour.
  22:10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour an ass, or an ox, or a sheep, or any beast, to keep; and it die, or be hurt, or driven away,
  22:14 And if a man borrow ought of his neighbour, and it be hurt, or die, the owner thereof being not with it, he shall surely make it good.
  22:23 If thou afflict them in any wise, and they cry at all unto me, I will surely hear their cry; 22:24 And my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill you with the sword; and your wives shall be widows, and your children fatherless.
  22:25 If thou lend money to any of my people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not be to him as an usurer, neither shalt thou lay upon him usury.
  22:26 If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto him by that the sun goeth down: 22:27 For that is his covering only, it is his raiment for his skin: wherein shall he sleep? and it shall come to pass, when he crieth unto me, that I will hear; for I am gracious.
  22:30 Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen, and with thy sheep: seven days it shall be with his dam; on the eighth day thou shalt give it me.
  23:2 Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil; neither shalt thou speak in a cause to decline after many to wrest judgment: 23:3 Neither shalt thou countenance a poor man in his cause.
  23:10 And six years thou shalt sow thy land, and shalt gather in the
  23:12 Six days thou shalt do thy work, and on the seventh day thou
  23:13 And in all things that I have said unto you be circumspect: and make no mention of the name of other gods, neither let it be heard out of thy mouth.
  23:17 Three items in the year all thy males shall appear before the
  23:22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries.
  23:23 For mine Angel shall go before thee, and bring thee in unto the
  23:24 Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do
  23:25 And ye shall serve the LORD your God, and he shall bless thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee.
  23:26 There shall nothing cast their young, nor be barren, in thy
  23:27 I will send my fear before thee, and will destroy all the people to whom thou shalt come, and I will make all thine enemies turn their backs unto thee.
  23:28 And I will send hornets before thee, which shall drive out the
  23:29 I will not drive them out from before thee in one year; lest the land become desolate, and the beast of the field multiply against thee.
  24:1 And he said unto Moses, Come up unto the LORD, thou, and Aaron,
  24:4 And Moses wrote all the words of the LORD, and rose up early in the morning, and builded an altar under the hill, and twelve pillars, according to the twelve tribes of Israel.
  24:7 And he took the book of the covenant, and read in the audience of
  24:8 And Moses took the blood, and sprinkled it on the people, and said, Behold the blood of the covenant, which the LORD hath made with you concerning all these words.
  24:9 Then went up Moses, and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel: 24:10 And they saw the God of Israel: and there was under his feet as it were a paved work of a sapphire stone, and as it were the body of heaven in his clearness.
  24:11 And upon the nobles of the children of Israel he laid not his
  24:12 And the LORD said unto Moses, Come up to me into the mount, and
  25:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 25:2 Speak unto the children of Israel, that they bring me an offering: of every man that giveth it willingly with his heart ye shall take my offering.
  25:3 And this is the offering which ye shall take of them; gold, and silver, and brass, 25:4 And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair, 25:5 And rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' skins, and shittim wood, 25:6 Oil for the light, spices for anointing oil, and for sweet incense, 25:7 Onyx stones, and stones to be set in the ephod, and in the breastplate.
  25:10 And they shall make an ark of shittim wood: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half the height thereof.
  25:11 And thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, within and without shalt thou overlay it, and shalt make upon it a crown of gold round about.
  25:12 And thou shalt cast four rings of gold for it, and put them in the four corners thereof; and two rings shall be in the one side of it, and two rings in the other side of it.
  25:17 And thou shalt make a mercy seat of pure gold: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof.
  25:20 And the cherubims shall stretch forth their wings on high, covering the mercy seat with their wings, and their faces shall look one to another; toward the mercy seat shall the faces of the cherubims be.
  25:23 Thou shalt also make a table of shittim wood: two cubits shall be the length thereof, and a cubit the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half the height thereof.
  25:32 And six branches shall come out of the sides of it; three branches of the candlestick out of the one side, and three branches of the candlestick out of the other side: 25:33 Three bowls made like unto almonds, with a knop and a flower in one branch; and three bowls made like almonds in the other branch, with a knop and a flower: so in the six branches that come out of the candlestick.
  26:2 The length of one curtain shall be eight and twenty cubits, and the breadth of one curtain four cubits: and every one of the curtains shall have one measure.
  26:5 Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one curtain, and fifty loops shalt thou make in the edge of the curtain that is in the coupling of the second; that the loops may take hold one of another.
  26:8 The length of one curtain shall be thirty cubits, and the breadth of one curtain four cubits: and the eleven curtains shall be all of one measure.
  26:9 And thou shalt couple five curtains by themselves, and six curtains by themselves, and shalt double the sixth curtain in the forefront of the tabernacle.
  26:10 And thou shalt make fifty loops on the edge of the one curtain that is outmost in the coupling, and fifty loops in the edge of the curtain which coupleth the second.
  26:13 And a cubit on the one side, and a cubit on the other side of that which remaineth in the length of the curtains of the tent, it shall hang over the sides of the tabernacle on this side and on that side, to cover it.
  26:20 And for the second side of the tabernacle on the north side there shall be twenty boards: 26:21 And their forty sockets of silver; two sockets under one board, and two sockets under another board.
  26:24 And they shall be coupled together beneath, and they shall be coupled together above the head of it unto one ring: thus shall it be for them both; they shall be for the two corners.
  26:25 And they shall be eight boards, and their sockets of silver, sixteen sockets; two sockets under one board, and two sockets under another board.
  26:26 And thou shalt make bars of shittim wood; five for the boards of the one side of the tabernacle, 26:27 And five bars for the boards of the other side of the tabernacle, and five bars for the boards of the side of the tabernacle, for the two sides westward.
  26:33 And thou shalt hang up the vail under the taches, that thou mayest bring in thither within the vail the ark of the testimony: and the vail shall divide unto you between the holy place and the most holy.
  26:36 And thou shalt make an hanging for the door of the tent, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen, wrought with needlework.
  26:37 And thou shalt make for the hanging five pillars of shittim wood, and overlay them with gold, and their hooks shall be of gold: and thou shalt cast five sockets of brass for them.
  27:1 And thou shalt make an altar of shittim wood, five cubits long, and five cubits broad; the altar shall be foursquare: and the height thereof shall be three cubits.
  27:2 And thou shalt make the horns of it upon the four corners
  27:3 And thou shalt make his pans to receive his ashes, and his shovels, and his basons, and his fleshhooks, and his firepans: all the vessels thereof thou shalt make of brass.
  27:11 And likewise for the north side in length there shall be hangings of an hundred cubits long, and his twenty pillars and their twenty sockets of brass; the hooks of the pillars and their fillets of silver.
  27:16 And for the gate of the court shall be an hanging of twenty cubits, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen, wrought with needlework: and their pillars shall be four, and their sockets four.
  27:19 All the vessels of the tabernacle in all the service thereof, and all the pins thereof, and all the pins of the court, shall be of brass.
  27:20 And thou shalt command the children of Israel, that they bring thee pure oil olive beaten for the light, to cause the lamp to burn always.
  27:21 In the tabernacle of the congregation without the vail, which is before the testimony, Aaron and his sons shall order it from evening to morning before the LORD: it shall be a statute for ever unto their generations on the behalf of the children of Israel.
  28:1 And take thou unto thee Aaron thy brother, and his sons with him, from among the children of Israel, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office, even Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, Aaron's sons.
  28:4 And these are the garments which they shall make; a breastplate, and an ephod, and a robe, and a broidered coat, a mitre, and a girdle: and they shall make holy garments for Aaron thy brother, and his sons, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office.
  28:9 And thou shalt take two onyx stones, and grave on them the names of the children of Israel: 28:10 Six of their names on one stone, and the other six names of the rest on the other stone, according to their birth.
  28:11 With the work of an engraver in stone, like the engravings of a signet, shalt thou engrave the two stones with the names of the
  28:12 And thou shalt put the two stones upon the shoulders of the ephod for stones of memorial unto the children of Israel: and Aaron shall bear their names before the LORD upon his two shoulders for a memorial.
  28:13 And thou shalt make ouches of gold; 28:14 And two chains of pure gold at the ends; of wreathen work shalt thou make them, and fasten the wreathen chains to the ouches.
  28:15 And thou shalt make the breastplate of judgment with cunning work; after the work of the ephod thou shalt make it; of gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twined linen, shalt thou make it.
  28:26 And thou shalt make two rings of gold, and thou shalt put them upon the two ends of the breastplate in the border thereof, which is in the side of the ephod inward.
  28:27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt make, and shalt put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart thereof, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod.
  28:28 And they shall bind the breastplate by the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it may be above the curious girdle of the ephod, and that the breastplate be not loosed from the ephod.
  28:29 And Aaron shall bear the names of the children of Israel in the breastplate of judgment upon his heart, when he goeth in unto the holy place, for a memorial before the LORD continually.
  28:30 And thou shalt put in the breastplate of judgment the Urim and the Thummim; and they shall be upon Aaron's heart, when he goeth in
  28:33 And beneath upon the hem of it thou shalt make pomegranates of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, round about the hem thereof; and bells of gold between them round about: 28:34 A golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate, upon the hem of the robe round about.
  28:35 And it shall be upon Aaron to minister: and his sound shall be heard when he goeth in unto the holy place before the LORD, and when he cometh out, that he die not.
  28:38 And it shall be upon Aaron's forehead, that Aaron may bear the iniquity of the holy things, which the children of Israel shall hallow in all their holy gifts; and it shall be always upon his forehead, that they may be accepted before the LORD.
  28:39 And thou shalt embroider the coat of fine linen, and thou shalt make the mitre of fine linen, and thou shalt make the girdle of needlework.
  28:40 And for Aaron's sons thou shalt make coats, and thou shalt make for them girdles, and bonnets shalt thou make for them, for glory and for beauty.
  28:41 And thou shalt put them upon Aaron thy brother, and his sons with him; and shalt anoint them, and consecrate them, and sanctify them, that they may minister unto me in the priest's office.
  28:42 And thou shalt make them linen breeches to cover their nakedness; from the loins even unto the thighs they shall reach: 28:43
  29:1 And this is the thing that thou shalt do unto them to hallow them, to minister unto me in the priest's office: Take one young bullock, and two rams without blemish, 29:2 And unleavened bread, and cakes unleavened tempered with oil, and wafers unleavened anointed with oil: of wheaten flour shalt thou make them.
  29:5 And thou shalt take the garments, and put upon Aaron the coat, and the robe of the ephod, and the ephod, and the breastplate, and gird him with the curious girdle of the ephod: 29:6 And thou shalt put the mitre upon his head, and put the holy crown upon the mitre.
  29:9 And thou shalt gird them with girdles, Aaron and his sons, and put the bonnets on them: and the priest's office shall be theirs for a
  29:10 And thou shalt cause a bullock to be brought before the tabernacle of the congregation: and Aaron and his sons shall put their hands upon the head of the bullock.
  29:13 And thou shalt take all the fat that covereth the inwards, and the caul that is above the liver, and the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them, and burn them upon the altar.
  29:18 And thou shalt burn the whole ram upon the altar: it is a burnt offering unto the LORD: it is a sweet savour, an offering made by fire unto the LORD.
  29:21 And thou shalt take of the blood that is upon the altar, and of the anointing oil, and sprinkle it upon Aaron, and upon his garments, and upon his sons, and upon the garments of his sons with him: and he shall be hallowed, and his garments, and his sons, and his sons' garments with him.
  29:22 Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat and the rump, and the fat that covereth the inwards, and the caul above the liver, and the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them, and the right shoulder; for it is a ram of consecration: 29:23 And one loaf of bread, and one cake of oiled bread, and one wafer out of the basket of the unleavened bread that is before the LORD: 29:24 And thou shalt put all in the hands of Aaron, and in the hands of his sons; and shalt wave them for a wave offering before the LORD.
  29:25 And thou shalt receive them of their hands, and burn them upon the altar for a burnt offering, for a sweet savour before the LORD: it is an offering made by fire unto the LORD.
  29:26 And thou shalt take the breast of the ram of Aaron's consecration, and wave it for a wave offering before the LORD: and it shall be thy part.
  29:27 And thou shalt sanctify the breast of the wave offering, and the shoulder of the heave offering, which is waved, and which is heaved up, of the ram of the consecration, even of that which is for Aaron, and of that which is for his sons: 29:28 And it shall be Aaron's and his sons' by a statute for ever from the children of Israel: for it is an heave offering: and it shall be an heave offering from the children of Israel of the sacrifice of their peace offerings, even their heave offering unto the LORD.
  29:33 And they shall eat those things wherewith the atonement was made, to consecrate and to sanctify them: but a stranger shall not eat thereof, because they are holy.
  29:34 And if ought of the flesh of the consecrations, or of the bread, remain unto the morning, then thou shalt burn the remainder with fire: it shall not be eaten, because it is holy.
  29:35 And thus shalt thou do unto Aaron, and to his sons, according to all things which I have commanded thee: seven days shalt thou consecrate them.
  29:36 And thou shalt offer every day a bullock for a sin offering for
  29:37 Seven days thou shalt make an atonement for the altar, and sanctify it; and it shall be an altar most holy: whatsoever toucheth the altar shall be holy.
  29:41 And the other lamb thou shalt offer at even, and shalt do thereto according to the meat offering of the morning, and according to the drink offering thereof, for a sweet savour, an offering made by fire unto the LORD.
  29:42 This shall be a continual burnt offering throughout your generations at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation before
  29:45 And I will dwell among the children of Israel, and will be their
  29:46 And they shall know that I am the LORD their God, that brought them forth out of the land of Egypt, that I may dwell among them: I am the LORD their God.
  30:3 And thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, the top thereof, and the sides thereof round about, and the horns thereof; and thou shalt make unto it a crown of gold round about.
  30:4 And two golden rings shalt thou make to it under the crown of it, by the two corners thereof, upon the two sides of it shalt thou make it; and they shall be for places for the staves to bear it withal.
  30:11 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 30:12 When thou takest the sum of the children of Israel after their number, then shall they give every man a ransom for his soul unto the LORD, when thou numberest them; that there be no plague among them, when thou numberest them.
  30:13 This they shall give, every one that passeth among them that are numbered, half a shekel after the shekel of the sanctuary: (a shekel is twenty gerahs:) an half shekel shall be the offering of the LORD.
  30:16 And thou shalt take the atonement money of the children of
  30:17 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 30:18 Thou shalt also make a laver of brass, and his foot also of brass, to wash withal: and thou shalt put it between the tabernacle of the congregation and the altar, and thou shalt put water therein.
  30:19 For Aaron and his sons shall wash their hands and their feet
  30:21 So they shall wash their hands and their feet, that they die
  30:22 Moreover the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 30:23 Take thou also unto thee principal spices, of pure myrrh five hundred shekels, and of sweet cinnamon half so much, even two hundred and fifty shekels, and of sweet calamus two hundred and fifty shekels, 30:24 And of cassia five hundred shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary, and of oil olive an hin: 30:25 And thou shalt make it an oil of holy ointment, an ointment compound after the art of the apothecary: it shall be an holy anointing oil.
  30:26 And thou shalt anoint the tabernacle of the congregation therewith, and the ark of the testimony, 30:27 And the table and all his vessels, and the candlestick and his vessels, and the altar of incense, 30:28 And the altar of burnt offering with all his vessels, and the laver and his foot.
  30:37 And as for the perfume which thou shalt make, ye shall not make to yourselves according to the composition thereof: it shall be unto thee holy for the LORD.
  31:6 And I, behold, I have given with him Aholiab, the son of
  31:12 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 31:13 Speak thou also unto the children of Israel, saying, Verily my sabbaths ye shall keep: for it is a sign between me and you throughout your generations; that ye may know that I am the LORD that doth sanctify you.
  31:14 Ye shall keep the sabbath therefore; for it is holy unto you: every one that defileth it shall surely be put to death: for whosoever doeth any work therein, that soul shall be cut off from among his people.
  31:15 Six days may work be done; but in the seventh is the sabbath of rest, holy to the LORD: whosoever doeth any work in the sabbath day, he shall surely be put to death.
  31:16 Wherefore the children of Israel shall keep the sabbath, to observe the sabbath throughout their generations, for a perpetual covenant.
  31:17 It is a sign between me and the children of Israel for ever: for in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day he rested, and was refreshed.
  31:18 And he gave unto Moses, when he had made an end of communing with him upon mount Sinai, two tables of testimony, tables of stone, written with the finger of God.
  32:1 And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down out of the mount, the people gathered themselves together unto Aaron, and said unto him, Up, make us gods, which shall go before us; for as for this Moses, the man that brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we wot not what is become of him.
  32:2 And Aaron said unto them, Break off the golden earrings, which are in the ears of your wives, of your sons, and of your daughters, and bring them unto me.
  32:7 And the LORD said unto Moses, Go, get thee down; for thy people, which thou broughtest out of the land of Egypt, have corrupted
  32:9 And the LORD said unto Moses, I have seen this people, and, behold, it is a stiffnecked people: 32:10 Now therefore let me alone, that my wrath may wax hot against them, and that I may consume them: and I will make of thee a great nation.
  32:13 Remember Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, thy servants, to whom thou swarest by thine own self, and saidst unto them, I will multiply your seed as the stars of heaven, and all this land that I have spoken of will I give unto your seed, and they shall inherit it for ever.
  32:18 And he said, It is not the voice of them that shout for mastery, neither is it the voice of them that cry for being overcome: but the noise of them that sing do I hear.
  32:19 And it came to pass, as soon as he came nigh unto the camp, that he saw the calf, and the dancing: and Moses' anger waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his hands, and brake them beneath the mount.
  32:20 And he took the calf which they had made, and burnt it in the fire, and ground it to powder, and strawed it upon the water, and made the children of Israel drink of it.
  32:21 And Moses said unto Aaron, What did this people unto thee, that thou hast brought so great a sin upon them? 32:22 And Aaron said, Let not the anger of my lord wax hot: thou knowest the people, that they are set on mischief.
  32:23 For they said unto me, Make us gods, which shall go before us: for as for this Moses, the man that brought us up out of the land of
  32:24 And I said unto them, Whosoever hath any gold, let them break it off. So they gave it me: then I cast it into the fire, and there came out this calf.
  32:25 And when Moses saw that the people were naked; (for Aaron had made them naked unto their shame among their enemies:) 32:26 Then
  32:27 And he said unto them, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Put every man his sword by his side, and go in and out from gate to gate throughout the camp, and slay every man his brother, and every man his companion, and every man his neighbour.
  32:30 And it came to pass on the morrow, that Moses said unto the people, Ye have sinned a great sin: and now I will go up unto the
  33:8 And it came to pass, when Moses went out unto the tabernacle, that all the people rose up, and stood every man at his tent door, and looked after Moses, until he was gone into the tabernacle.
  33:9 And it came to pass, as Moses entered into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descended, and stood at the door of the tabernacle, and the Lord talked with Moses.
  33:10 And all the people saw the cloudy pillar stand at the tabernacle
  33:11 And the LORD spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend. And he turned again into the camp: but his servant
  33:12 And Moses said unto the LORD, See, thou sayest unto me, Bring up
  33:13 Now therefore, I pray thee, if I have found grace in thy sight, shew me now thy way, that I may know thee, that I may find grace in
  33:16 For wherein shall it be known here that I and thy people have found grace in thy sight? is it not in that thou goest with us? so shall we be separated, I and thy people, from all the people that are upon the face of the earth.
  33:17 And the LORD said unto Moses, I will do this thing also that
  34:1 And the LORD said unto Moses, Hew thee two tables of stone like
  34:4 And he hewed two tables of stone like unto the first; and Moses rose up early in the morning, and went up unto mount Sinai, as the
  34:10 And he said, Behold, I make a covenant: before all thy people I will do marvels, such as have not been done in all the earth, nor in
  34:11 Observe thou that which I command thee this day: behold, I drive out before thee the Amorite, and the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite.
  34:12 Take heed to thyself, lest thou make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land whither thou goest, lest it be for a snare in
  34:15 Lest thou make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land, and they go a whoring after their gods, and do sacrifice unto their gods, and one call thee, and thou eat of his sacrifice; 34:16 And thou take of their daughters unto thy sons, and their daughters go a whoring after their gods, and make thy sons go a whoring after their gods.
  34:21 Six days thou shalt work, but on the seventh day thou shalt
  34:24 For I will cast out the nations before thee, and enlarge thy
  34:25 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sacrifice with leaven; neither shall the sacrifice of the feast of the passover be left unto the morning.
  34:26 The first of the firstfruits of thy land thou shalt bring unto the house of the LORD thy God. Thou shalt not seethe a kid in his mother's milk.
  34:27 And the LORD said unto Moses, Write thou these words: for after the tenor of these words I have made a covenant with thee and with
  34:28 And he was there with the LORD forty days and forty nights; he did neither eat bread, nor drink water. And he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant, the ten commandments.
  34:29 And it came to pass, when Moses came down from mount Sinai with the two tables of testimony in Moses' hand, when he came down from the mount, that Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone while he talked with him.
  34:32 And afterward all the children of Israel came nigh: and he gave them in commandment all that the LORD had spoken with him in mount
  34:35 And the children of Israel saw the face of Moses, that the skin of Moses' face shone: and Moses put the vail upon his face again, until he went in to speak with him.
  35:1 And Moses gathered all the congregation of the children of Israel together, and said unto them, These are the words which the LORD hath commanded, that ye should do them.
  35:2 Six days shall work be done, but on the seventh day there shall be to you an holy day, a sabbath of rest to the LORD: whosoever doeth work therein shall be put to death.
  35:10 And every wise hearted among you shall come, and make all that the LORD hath commanded; 35:11 The tabernacle, his tent, and his covering, his taches, and his boards, his bars, his pillars, and his sockets, 35:12 The ark, and the staves thereof, with the mercy seat, and the vail of the covering, 35:13 The table, and his staves, and all his vessels, and the shewbread, 35:14 The candlestick also for the light, and his furniture, and his lamps, with the oil for the light,
  35:15 And the incense altar, and his staves, and the anointing oil, and the sweet incense, and the hanging for the door at the entering in of the tabernacle, 35:16 The altar of burnt offering, with his brasen grate, his staves, and all his vessels, the laver and his foot, 35:17 The hangings of the court, his pillars, and their sockets, and the hanging for the door of the court, 35:18 The pins of the tabernacle, and the pins of the court, and their cords, 35:19 The cloths of service, to do service in the holy place, the holy garments for Aaron the priest, and the garments of his sons, to minister in the priest's office.
  35:22 And they came, both men and women, as many as were willing hearted, and brought bracelets, and earrings, and rings, and tablets,
  35:23 And every man, with whom was found blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair, and red skins of rams, and badgers' skins, brought them.
  35:24 Every one that did offer an offering of silver and brass brought
  35:25 And all the women that were wise hearted did spin with their hands, and brought that which they had spun, both of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine linen.
  35:29 The children of Israel brought a willing offering unto the LORD, every man and woman, whose heart made them willing to bring for all manner of work, which the LORD had commanded to be made by the hand of Moses.
  35:30 And Moses said unto the children of Israel, See, the LORD hath called by name Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah; 35:31 And he hath filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship; 35:32 And to devise curious works, to work in gold, and in silver, and in brass, 35:33 And in the cutting of stones, to set them, and in carving of wood, to make any manner of cunning work.
  35:34 And he hath put in his heart that he may teach, both he, and
  35:35 Them hath he filled with wisdom of heart, to work all manner of work, of the engraver, and of the cunning workman, and of the embroiderer, in blue, and in purple, in scarlet, and in fine linen, and of the weaver, even of them that do any work, and of those that devise cunning work.
  36:1 Then wrought Bezaleel and Aholiab, and every wise hearted man, in whom the LORD put wisdom and understanding to know how to work all manner of work for the service of the sanctuary, according to all that the LORD had commanded.
  36:2 And Moses called Bezaleel and Aholiab, and every wise hearted man, in whose heart the LORD had put wisdom, even every one whose heart stirred him up to come unto the work to do it: 36:3 And they received of Moses all the offering, which the children of Israel had brought for the work of the service of the sanctuary, to make it withal. And they brought yet unto him free offerings every morning.
  36:4 And all the wise men, that wrought all the work of the sanctuary, came every man from his work which they made; 36:5 And they spake unto
  36:6 And Moses gave commandment, and they caused it to be proclaimed throughout the camp, saying, Let neither man nor woman make any more work for the offering of the sanctuary. So the people were restrained from bringing.
  36:11 And he made loops of blue on the edge of one curtain from the selvedge in the coupling: likewise he made in the uttermost side of another curtain, in the coupling of the second.
  36:12 Fifty loops made he in one curtain, and fifty loops made he in the edge of the curtain which was in the coupling of the second: the loops held one curtain to another.
  36:17 And he made fifty loops upon the uttermost edge of the curtain in the coupling, and fifty loops made he upon the edge of the curtain which coupleth the second.
  36:25 And for the other side of the tabernacle, which is toward the north corner, he made twenty boards, 36:26 And their forty sockets of silver; two sockets under one board, and two sockets under another board.
  36:31 And he made bars of shittim wood; five for the boards of the one side of the tabernacle, 36:32 And five bars for the boards of the other side of the tabernacle, and five bars for the boards of the tabernacle for the sides westward.
  36:35 And he made a vail of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine
  36:36 And he made thereunto four pillars of shittim wood, and overlaid
  36:37 And he made an hanging for the tabernacle door of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen, of needlework; 36:38 And the five pillars of it with their hooks: and he overlaid their chapiters and their fillets with gold: but their five sockets were of brass.
  37:1 And Bezaleel made the ark of shittim wood: two cubits and a half was the length of it, and a cubit and a half the breadth of it, and a cubit and a half the height of it: 37:2 And he overlaid it with pure gold within and without, and made a crown of gold to it round about.
  37:3 And he cast for it four rings of gold, to be set by the four corners of it; even two rings upon the one side of it, and two rings upon the other side of it.
  37:9 And the cherubims spread out their wings on high, and covered with their wings over the mercy seat, with their faces one to another; even to the mercy seatward were the faces of the cherubims.
  37:10 And he made the table of shittim wood: two cubits was the length thereof, and a cubit the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half the
  37:16 And he made the vessels which were upon the table, his dishes, and his spoons, and his bowls, and his covers to cover withal, of pure gold.
  37:17 And he made the candlestick of pure gold: of beaten work made he the candlestick; his shaft, and his branch, his bowls, his knops, and his flowers, were of the same: 37:18 And six branches going out of the sides thereof; three branches of the candlestick out of the one side thereof, and three branches of the candlestick out of the other side thereof: 37:19 Three bowls made after the fashion of almonds in one branch, a knop and a flower; and three bowls made like almonds in another branch, a knop and a flower: so throughout the six branches going out of the candlestick.
  37:20 And in the candlestick were four bowls made like almonds, his knops, and his flowers: 37:21 And a knop under two branches of the same, and a knop under two branches of the same, and a knop under two branches of the same, according to the six branches going out of it.
  37:26 And he overlaid it with pure gold, both the top of it, and the sides thereof round about, and the horns of it: also he made unto it a crown of gold round about.
  37:27 And he made two rings of gold for it under the crown thereof, by the two corners of it, upon the two sides thereof, to be places for the staves to bear it withal.
  38:1 And he made the altar of burnt offering of shittim wood: five cubits was the length thereof, and five cubits the breadth thereof; it was foursquare; and three cubits the height thereof.
  38:8 And he made the laver of brass, and the foot of it of brass, of the lookingglasses of the women assembling, which assembled at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation.
  38:9 And he made the court: on the south side southward the hangings of the court were of fine twined linen, an hundred cubits: 38:10 Their pillars were twenty, and their brasen sockets twenty; the hooks of the pillars and their fillets were of silver.
  38:11 And for the north side the hangings were an hundred cubits, their pillars were twenty, and their sockets of brass twenty; the hooks of the pillars and their fillets of silver.
  38:12 And for the west side were hangings of fifty cubits, their pillars ten, and their sockets ten; the hooks of the pillars and their fillets of silver.
  38:15 And for the other side of the court gate, on this hand and that hand, were hangings of fifteen cubits; their pillars three, and their sockets three.
  38:18 And the hanging for the gate of the court was needlework, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen: and twenty cubits was the length, and the height in the breadth was five cubits, answerable to the hangings of the court.
  38:19 And their pillars were four, and their sockets of brass four; their hooks of silver, and the overlaying of their chapiters and their fillets of silver.
  38:24 All the gold that was occupied for the work in all the work of the holy place, even the gold of the offering, was twenty and nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary.
  38:25 And the silver of them that were numbered of the congregation was an hundred talents, and a thousand seven hundred and threescore and fifteen shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary: 38:26 A bekah for every man, that is, half a shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary, for every one that went to be numbered, from twenty years old and upward, for six hundred thousand and three thousand and five hundred and fifty men.
  38:27 And of the hundred talents of silver were cast the sockets of the sanctuary, and the sockets of the vail; an hundred sockets of the hundred talents, a talent for a socket.
  38:28 And of the thousand seven hundred seventy and five shekels he made hooks for the pillars, and overlaid their chapiters, and filleted them.
  39:1 And of the blue, and purple, and scarlet, they made cloths of service, to do service in the holy place, and made the holy garments for Aaron; as the LORD commanded Moses.
  39:14 And the stones were according to the names of the children of
  39:19 And they made two rings of gold, and put them on the two ends of the breastplate, upon the border of it, which was on the side of the ephod inward.
  39:20 And they made two other golden rings, and put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart of it, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod.
  39:21 And they did bind the breastplate by his rings unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it might be above the curious girdle of the ephod, and that the breastplate might not be loosed from the ephod; as the LORD commanded Moses.
  39:27 And they made coats of fine linen of woven work for Aaron, and for his sons, 39:28 And a mitre of fine linen, and goodly bonnets of fine linen, and linen breeches of fine twined linen, 39:29 And a girdle of fine twined linen, and blue, and purple, and scarlet, of needlework; as the LORD commanded Moses.
  39:30 And they made the plate of the holy crown of pure gold, and wrote upon it a writing, like to the engravings of a signet, HOLINESS TO THE LORD.
  39:33 And they brought the tabernacle unto Moses, the tent, and all his furniture, his taches, his boards, his bars, and his pillars, and his sockets, 39:34 And the covering of rams' skins dyed red, and the covering of badgers' skins, and the vail of the covering, 39:35 The ark of the testimony, and the staves thereof, and the mercy seat,
  39:36 The table, and all the vessels thereof, and the shewbread, 39:37
  40:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 40:2 On the first day of the first month shalt thou set up the tabernacle of the tent of the congregation.
  40:5 And thou shalt set the altar of gold for the incense before the ark of the testimony, and put the hanging of the door to the tabernacle.
  40:10 And thou shalt anoint the altar of the burnt offering, and all his vessels, and sanctify the altar: and it shall be an altar most holy.
  40:18 And Moses reared up the tabernacle, and fastened his sockets, and set up the boards thereof, and put in the bars thereof, and reared up his pillars.
  40:26 And he put the golden altar in the tent of the congregation
  40:33 And he reared up the court round about the tabernacle and the altar, and set up the hanging of the court gate. So Moses finished the work.
  40:36 And when the cloud was taken up from over the tabernacle, the children of Israel went onward in all their journeys: 40:37 But if the cloud were not taken up, then they journeyed not till the day that it was taken up.
  40:38 For the cloud of the LORD was upon the tabernacle by day, and fire was on it by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel, throughout all their journeys.
  40:1 Moreover the LORD answered Job, and said, 40:2 Shall he that contendeth with the Almighty instruct him? he that reproveth God, let him answer it.
  40:8 Wilt thou also disannul my judgment? wilt thou condemn me, that thou mayest be righteous? 40:9 Hast thou an arm like God? or canst thou thunder with a voice like him? 40:10 Deck thyself now with majesty and excellency; and array thyself with glory and beauty.
  41:1 Canst thou draw out leviathan with an hook? or his tongue with a cord which thou lettest down? 41:2 Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or bore his jaw through with a thorn? 41:3 Will he make many supplications unto thee? will he speak soft words unto thee? 41:4 Will he make a covenant with thee? wilt thou take him for a servant for ever? 41:5 Wilt thou play with him as with a bird? or wilt thou bind him for thy maidens? 41:6 Shall the companions make a banquet of him? shall they part him among the merchants? 41:7 Canst thou fill his skin with barbed irons? or his head with fish spears? 41:8 Lay thine hand upon him, remember the battle, do no more.
  41:9 Behold, the hope of him is in vain: shall not one be cast down even at the sight of him? 41:10 None is so fierce that dare stir him
  42:8 Therefore take unto you now seven bullocks and seven rams, and go to my servant Job, and offer up for yourselves a burnt offering; and my servant Job shall pray for you: for him will I accept: lest I deal with you after your folly, in that ye have not spoken of me the thing which is right, like my servant Job.
  42:9 So Eliphaz the Temanite and Bildad the Shuhite and Zophar the
  42:10 And the LORD turned the captivity of Job, when he prayed for his
  42:11 Then came there unto him all his brethren, and all his sisters, and all they that had been of his acquaintance before, and did eat bread with him in his house: and they bemoaned him, and comforted him over all the evil that the LORD had brought upon him: every man also gave him a piece of money, and every one an earring of gold.
  42:12 So the LORD blessed the latter end of Job more than his
  42:15 And in all the land were no women found so fair as the daughters
  42:5 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted in me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance.
  42:6 O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar.
  42:11 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.
  43:5 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.
  44:3 For they got not the land in possession by their own sword, neither did their own arm save them: but thy right hand, and thine arm, and the light of thy countenance, because thou hadst a favour unto them.
  44:8 In God we boast all the day long, and praise thy name for ever.
  45:7 Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wickedness: therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows.
  46:7 The LORD of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge.
  47:9 The princes of the people are gathered together, even the people of the God of Abraham: for the shields of the earth belong unto God: he is greatly exalted.
  48:1 Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised in the city of our
  48:2 Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, is mount
  49:11 Their inward thought is, that their houses shall continue for ever, and their dwelling places to all generations; they call their lands after their own names.
  49:14 Like sheep they are laid in the grave; death shall feed on them; and the upright shall have dominion over them in the morning; and their beauty shall consume in the grave from their dwelling.
  50:7 Hear, O my people, and I will speak; O Israel, and I will testify
  50:14 Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay thy vows unto the most
  50:21 These things hast thou done, and I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself: but I will reprove thee, and set them in order before thine eyes.
  51:1 Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions.
  51:4 Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy
  51:19 Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt offering and whole burnt offering: then shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar.
  52:5 God shall likewise destroy thee for ever, he shall take thee away, and pluck thee out of thy dwelling place, and root thee out of the land of the living. Selah.
  53:1 The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good.
  53:4 Have the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people
  53:5 There were they in great fear, where no fear was: for God hath scattered the bones of him that encampeth against thee: thou hast put them to shame, because God hath despised them.
  53:6 Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion! When God bringeth back the captivity of his people, Jacob shall rejoice, and
  54:3 For strangers are risen up against me, and oppressors seek after
  54:6 I will freely sacrifice unto thee: I will praise thy name, O
  54:7 For he hath delivered me out of all trouble: and mine eye hath seen his desire upon mine enemies.
  55:3 Because of the voice of the enemy, because of the oppression of
  55:12 For it was not an enemy that reproached me; then I could have
  55:19 God shall hear, and afflict them, even he that abideth of old.
  55:20 He hath put forth his hands against such as be at peace with
  55:21 The words of his mouth were smoother than butter, but war was in
  56:13 For thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not thou deliver my feet from falling, that I may walk before God in the light of the living?
  57:1 Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me: for my soul
  57:4 My soul is among lions: and I lie even among them that are set on fire, even the sons of men, whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their tongue a sharp sword.
  57:11 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens: let thy glory be above all the earth.
  58:11 So that a man shall say, Verily there is a reward for the
  59:5 Thou therefore, O LORD God of hosts, the God of Israel, awake to visit all the heathen: be not merciful to any wicked transgressors.
  59:12 For the sin of their mouth and the words of their lips let them even be taken in their pride: and for cursing and lying which they speak.
  59:13 Consume them in wrath, consume them, that they may not be: and let them know that God ruleth in Jacob unto the ends of the earth.
  59:16 But I will sing of thy power; yea, I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the morning: for thou hast been my defence and refuge in the day of my trouble.
  59:17 Unto thee, O my strength, will I sing: for God is my defence, and the God of my mercy.
  60:9 Who will bring me into the strong city? who will lead me into
  60:12 Through God we shall do valiantly: for he it is that shall tread down our enemies.
  62:3 How long will ye imagine mischief against a man? ye shall be
  62:4 They only consult to cast him down from his excellency: they
  62:9 Surely men of low degree are vanity, and men of high degree are a
  62:12 Also unto thee, O Lord, belongeth mercy: for thou renderest to every man according to his work.
  63:1 O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is;
  65:5 By terrible things in righteousness wilt thou answer us, O God of our salvation; who art the confidence of all the ends of the earth, and of them that are afar off upon the sea
  65:8 They also that dwell in the uttermost parts are afraid at thy
  65:9 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river of God, which is full of water: thou preparest them corn, when thou hast so provided for it.
  65:10 Thou waterest the ridges thereof abundantly: thou settlest the
  65:13 The pastures are clothed with flocks; the valleys also are covered over with corn; they shout for joy, they also sing.
  66:3 Say unto God, How terrible art thou in thy works! through the greatness of thy power shall thine enemies submit themselves unto thee.
  66:6 He turned the sea into dry land: they went through the flood on
  67:7 God shall bless us; and all the ends of the earth shall fear him.
  68:17 The chariots of God are twenty thousand, even thousands of
  68:18 Thou hast ascended on high, thou hast led captivity captive: thou hast received gifts for men; yea, for the rebellious also, that the LORD God might dwell among them.
  68:27 There is little Benjamin with their ruler, the princes of Judah and their council, the princes of Zebulun, and the princes of
  68:30 Rebuke the company of spearmen, the multitude of the bulls, with the calves of the people, till every one submit himself with pieces of
  68:35 O God, thou art terrible out of thy holy places: the God of
  69:3 I am weary of my crying: my throat is dried: mine eyes fail while
  69:4 They that hate me without a cause are more than the hairs of mine
  69:13 But as for me, my prayer is unto thee, O LORD, in an acceptable
  69:20 Reproach hath broken my heart; and I am full of heaviness: and I looked for some to take pity, but there was none; and for comforters, but I found none.
  70:3 Let them be turned back for a reward of their shame that say,
  71:3 Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto I may continually resort: thou hast given commandment to save me; for thou art my rock and my fortress.
  71:6 By thee have I been holden up from the womb: thou art he that took me out of my mother's bowels: my praise shall be continually of thee.
  71:13 Let them be confounded and consumed that are adversaries to my soul; let them be covered with reproach and dishonour that seek my hurt.
  71:18 Now also when I am old and greyheaded, O God, forsake me not; until I have shewed thy strength unto this generation, and thy power to every one that is to come.
  71:19 Thy righteousness also, O God, is very high, who hast done great
  71:20 Thou, which hast shewed me great and sore troubles, shalt quicken me again, and shalt bring me up again from the depths of the earth.
  72:15 And he shall live, and to him shall be given of the gold of
  72:16 There shall be an handful of corn in the earth upon the top of the mountains; the fruit thereof shall shake like Lebanon: and they of the city shall flourish like grass of the earth.
  72:17 His name shall endure for ever: his name shall be continued as
  72:20 The prayers of David the son of Jesse are ended.
  74:19 O deliver not the soul of thy turtledove unto the multitude of
  75:9 But I will declare for ever; I will sing praises to the God of
  75:10 All the horns of the wicked also will I cut off; but the horns of the righteous shall be exalted.
  76:9 When God arose to judgment, to save all the meek of the earth.
  76:12 He shall cut off the spirit of princes: he is terrible to the kings of the earth.
  78:5 For he established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in
  78:6 That the generation to come might know them, even the children which should be born; who should arise and declare them to their children
  78:55 He cast out the heathen also before them, and divided them an inheritance by line, and made the tribes of Israel to dwell in their tents.
  78:72 So he fed them according to the integrity of his heart; and guided them by the skilfulness of his hands.
  79:11 Let the sighing of the prisoner come before thee; according to the greatness of thy power preserve thou those that are appointed to die;
  80:19 Turn us again, O LORD God of hosts, cause thy face to shine; and we shall be saved.
  81:1 Sing aloud unto God our strength: make a joyful noise unto the
  81:10 I am the LORD thy God, which brought thee out of the land of
  81:15 The haters of the LORD should have submitted themselves unto
  81:16 He should have fed them also with the finest of the wheat: and with honey out of the rock should I have satisfied thee.
  82:5 They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in
  82:6 I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most
  84:3 Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O LORD of hosts, my King, and my God.
  84:8 O LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer: give ear, O God of Jacob.
  84:11 For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace
  84:12 O LORD of hosts, blessed is the man that trusteth in thee.
  85:13 Righteousness shall go before him; and shall set us in the way of his steps.
  86:17 Shew me a token for good; that they which hate me may see it,
  87:7 As well the singers as the players on instruments shall be there: all my springs are in thee.
  89:19 Then thou spakest in vision to thy holy one, and saidst, I have laid help upon one that is mighty; I have exalted one chosen out of the people.
  89:52 Blessed be the LORD for evermore. Amen, and Amen.
  90:17 And let the beauty of the LORD our God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our hands establish thou it.
  92:15 To shew that the LORD is upright: he is my rock, and there is no unrighteousness in him.
  93:1 The LORD reigneth, he is clothed with majesty; the LORD is clothed with strength, wherewith he hath girded himself: the world also is stablished, that it cannot be moved.
  94:7 Yet they say, The LORD shall not see, neither shall the God of
  95:11 Unto whom I sware in my wrath that they should not enter into my rest.
  96:7 Give unto the LORD, O ye kindreds of the people, give unto the
  96:10 Say among the heathen that the LORD reigneth: the world also shall be established that it shall not be moved: he shall judge the people righteously.
  96:13 Before the LORD: for he cometh, for he cometh to judge the
  97:7 Confounded be all they that serve graven images, that boast
  97:12 Rejoice in the LORD, ye righteous; and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness.
  98:1 O sing unto the LORD a new song; for he hath done marvellous
  98:6 With trumpets and sound of cornet make a joyful noise before the
  98:9 Before the LORD; for he cometh to judge the earth: with righteousness shall he judge the world, and the people with equity.
  99:9 Exalt the LORD our God, and worship at his holy hill; for the
  100:5 For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.
  102:21 To declare the name of the LORD in Zion, and his praise in
  102:26 They shall perish, but thou shalt endure: yea, all of them shall wax old like a garment; as a vesture shalt thou change them, and they shall be changed
  103:7 He made known his ways unto Moses, his acts unto the children of
  103:22 Bless the LORD, all his works in all places of his dominion: bless the LORD, O my soul.
  104:21 The young lions roar after their prey, and seek their meat from
  104:24 O LORD, how manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast thou made
  104:35 Let the sinners be consumed out of the earth, and let the wicked be no more. Bless thou the LORD, O my soul. Praise ye the LORD.
  105:23 Israel also came into Egypt; and Jacob sojourned in the land of
  106:7 Our fathers understood not thy wonders in Egypt; they remembered not the multitude of thy mercies; but provoked him at the sea, even at the Red sea.
  106:16 They envied Moses also in the camp, and Aaron the saint of the
  106:21 They forgat God their saviour, which had done great things in
  106:22 Wondrous works in the land of Ham, and terrible things by the
  106:23 Therefore he said that he would destroy them, had not Moses his chosen stood before him in the breach, to turn away his wrath, lest he should destroy them.
  106:38 And shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood.
  107:43 Whoso is wise, and will observe these things, even they shall understand the lovingkindness of the LORD.
  108:7 God hath spoken in his holiness; I will rejoice, I will divide
  108:10 Who will bring me into the strong city? who will lead me into
  108:11 Wilt not thou, O God, who hast cast us off? and wilt not thou,
  109:31 For he shall stand at the right hand of the poor, to save him from those that condemn his soul.
  110:3 Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning: thou hast the dew of thy youth.
  111:9 He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his
  111:10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do his commandments: his praise endureth for ever.
  113:3 From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same the
  115:7 They have hands, but they handle not: feet have they, but they
  115:18 But we will bless the LORD from this time forth and for evermore.
  116:3 The sorrows of death compassed me, and the pains of hell gat
  116:16 O LORD, truly I am thy servant; I am thy servant, and the son
  116:19 In the courts of the LORD's house, in the midst of thee, O
  118:7 The LORD taketh my part with them that help me: therefore shall
  118:12 They compassed me about like bees: they are quenched as the
  118:15 The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of
  118:16 The right hand of the LORD is exalted: the right hand of the
  118:19 Open to me the gates of righteousness: I will go into them, and
  119:1 Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the
  119:78 Let the proud be ashamed; for they dealt perversely with me
  120:7 I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war.
  122:9 Because of the house of the LORD our God I will seek thy good.

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START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
THE SONNETS
THE TRAGEDY OF ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
AS YOU LIKE IT
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLANUS
CYMBELINE
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK
THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE FOURTH
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE FOURTH
THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE FIFTH
THE FIRST PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE SIXTH
THE THIRD PART OF KING HENRY THE SIXTH
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH
KING JOHN
THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR
THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, MOOR OF VENICE
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE
KING RICHARD THE SECOND
KING RICHARD THE THIRD
THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
THE TEMPEST
THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS
THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS
THE HISTORY OF TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
TWELFTH NIGHT; OR, WHAT YOU WILL
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN
THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM
THE PHOENIX AND THE TURTLE
THE RAPE OF LUCRECE
VENUS AND ADONIS
THE SONNETS
THE END
KING OF FRANCE
ACT III. SCENE 5.
EPILOGUE EPILOGUE.
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE END
AS YOU LIKE IT
DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
SONG.
EPILOGUE
THE END
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
A COURTEZAN
ACT I. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
ACT II. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
ACT III. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
ACT IV. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
SCENE 3
SCENE 4
ACT V. SCENE 1
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLANUS
THE END
CYMBELINE
APPARITIONS
SONG
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
ACT I
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
BARNARDO.
FRANCISCO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
FRANCISCO.
MARCELLUS.
FRANCISCO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
BARNARDO.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
KING.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
BOTH.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
ALL.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
POLONIUS.
LAERTES.
POLONIUS.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
MARCELLUS.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
ACT II
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
REYNALDO.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
KING.
QUEEN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
GUILDENSTERN.
KING.
QUEEN.
GUILDENSTERN.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
VOLTEMAND.
KING.
POLONIUS.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
KING.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
ROSENCRANTZ.
GUILDENSTERN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
FIRST PLAYER.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
FIRST PLAYER.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ACT III
KING.
ROSENCRANTZ.
GUILDENSTERN.
QUEEN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
GUILDENSTERN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
QUEEN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
POLONIUS.
KING.
ROSENCRANTZ.
KING.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
POLONIUS.
KING.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
FIRST PLAYER.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
PROLOGUE.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
PLAYER KING.
PLAYER QUEEN.
PLAYER KING.
PLAYER QUEEN.
HAMLET.
PLAYER QUEEN.
PLAYER KING.
PLAYER QUEEN.
HAMLET.
PLAYER KING.
PLAYER QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
LUCIANUS.
HAMLET.
OPHELIA.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
KING.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
KING.
GUILDENSTERN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
KING.
POLONIUS.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
POLONIUS.
HAMLET.
POLONIUS.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
GHOST.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
ACT IV
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
HAMLET.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
GUILDENSTERN.
HAMLET.
KING.
ROSENCRANTZ.
KING.
ROSENCRANTZ.
KING.
ROSENCRANTZ.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
FORTINBRAS.
CAPTAIN.
FORTINBRAS.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
HAMLET.
CAPTAIN.
ROSENCRANTZ.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
GENTLEMAN.
QUEEN.
GENTLEMAN.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
QUEEN.
OPHELIA.
KING.
OPHELIA.
KING.
OPHELIA.
KING.
OPHELIA.
KING.
OPHELIA.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
GENTLEMAN.
QUEEN.
KING.
LAERTES.
LAERTES.
DANES.
LAERTES.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
DANES.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
OPHELIA.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
HORATIO.
SERVANT.
HORATIO.
FIRST SAILOR.
HORATIO.
FIRST SAILOR.
HORATIO.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
MESSENGER.
KING.
MESSENGER.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
KING.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
KING.
ACT V
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
SECOND CLOWN.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
FIRST CLOWN.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
PRIEST.
LAERTES.
PRIEST.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
KING.
QUEEN.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
LORD.
HAMLET.
LORD.
HAMLET.
LORD.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
KING.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
KING.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
LAERTES.
KING.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
KING.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
KING.
QUEEN.
KING.
HAMLET.
QUEEN.
LAERTES.
KING.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
OSRIC.
LAERTES.
KING.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HORATIO.
OSRIC.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
KING.
QUEEN.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
KING.
HAMLET.
LAERTES.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
HAMLET.
OSRIC.
HAMLET.
HORATIO.
FORTINBRAS.
HORATIO.
FORTINBRAS.
FIRST AMBASSADOR.
HORATIO.
FORTINBRAS.
HORATIO.
FORTINBRAS.
THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE FOURTH
ACT I
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
KING.
WORCESTER.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
KING.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
KING.
HOTSPUR.
KING.
HOTSPUR.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
NORTH.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
HOTSPUR.
ACT II
FIRST CARRIER.
OSTLER.
FIRST CARRIER.
SECOND CARRIER.
FIRST CARRIER.
SECOND CARRIER.
FIRST CARRIER.
SECOND CARRIER.
FIRST CARRIER.
GADSHILL.
FIRST CARRIER.
GADSHILL.
FIRST CARRIER.
GADSHILL.
SECOND CARRIER.
GADSHILL.
SECOND CARRIER.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
CHAMBERLAIN.
GADSHILL.
POINS.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
BARDOLPH.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
PETO.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
FIRST TRAVELLER.
FALSTAFF, GADSHILL., &C.
SECOND TRAVELLER.
FALSTAFF.
FIRST TRAVELLER.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
SERVANT.
HOTSPUR.
SERVANT.
HOTSPUR.
SERVANT.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
POINS.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
POINS.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
POINS.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
POINS.
PRINCE.
VINTNER.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
FRANCIS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
GADSHILL.
PETO.
FALSTAFF.
GADSHILL.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
PETO.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
POINS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
SHERIFF.
PRINCE.
SHERIFF.
CARRIER.
PRINCE.
SHERIFF.
PRINCE.
SHERIFF.
PRINCE.
SHERIFF.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
PRINCE.
POINS.
ACT III
MORTIMER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
MORTIMER.
HOTSPUR.
MORTIMER.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
GLENDOWER.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
LADY PERCY.
HOTSPUR.
GLENDOWER.
MORTIMER.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
BLUNT.
KING.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
HOSTESS.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
HOSTESS.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
BARDOLPH.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
ACT IV
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
MESSENGER.
HOTSPUR.
MESSENGER.
HOTSPUR.
MESSENGER.
WORCESTER.
MESSENGER.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
DOUGLAS.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
BARDOLPH.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
WESTMORELAND.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
WESTMORELAND.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
WESTMORELAND.
FALSTAFF.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
DOUGLAS.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
VERNON.
DOUGLAS.
VERNON.
DOUGLAS.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
ARCHBISHOP.
SIR MICHAEL.
ARCHBISHOP.
SIR MICHAEL.
ARCHBISHOP.
SIR MICHAEL.
ARCHBISHOP.
SIR MICHAEL.
ARCHBISHOP.
ACT V
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
WORCESTER.
KING.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
WORCESTER.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
WORCESTER.
VERNON.
WORCESTER.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
WORCESTER.
DOUGLAS.
WORCESTER.
HOTSPUR.
VERNON.
HOTSPUR.
MESSENGER.
HOTSPUR.
MESSENGER.
HOTSPUR.
BLUNT.
DOUGLAS.
BLUNT.
DOUGLAS.
BLUNT.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
DOUGLAS.
HOTSPUR.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
FALSTAFF.
KING.
LANCASTER.
PRINCE.
KING.
WESTMORELAND.
PRINCE.
LANCASTER.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
DOUGLAS.
KING.
DOUGLAS.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
HOTSPUR.
PRINCE.
HOTSPUR.
PRINCE.
HOTSPUR.
PRINCE.
HOTSPUR.
FALSTAFF.
HOTSPUR.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
LANCASTER.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
LANCASTER.
PRINCE.
FALSTAFF.
KING.
WORCESTER.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
PRINCE.
KING.
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE FOURTH
EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND
EARL OF WARWICK
LORD CHIEF JUSTICE
SIR JOHN FALSTAFF
RALPH MOULDY
LADY NORTHUMBERLAND
INDUCTION
EPILOGUE EPILOGUE.
THE END
THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE FIFTH
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
CHORUS
PROLOGUE PROLOGUE.
ACT II. PROLOGUE.
ACT III. PROLOGUE.
ACT IV. PROLOGUE.
ACT V. PROLOGUE.
EPILOGUE EPILOGUE.
THE END
THE FIRST PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH
KING HENRY THE SIXTH
ACT I. SCENE 1.
ACT II. SCENE 1.
ACT III. SCENE 1.
ACT IV. SCENE 1.
ACT V. SCENE 1.
THE END
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE SIXTH
KING HENRY THE SIXTH
THE END
THE THIRD PART OF KING HENRY THE SIXTH
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
KING HENRY THE SIXTH
QUEEN MARGARET
THE END
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH
ACT I. SCENE 1.
ACT I. SCENE 2.
ACT I. SCENE 3.
ACT I. SCENE 4.
ACT II. SCENE 1.
ACT II. SCENE 2.
ACT II. SCENE 3.
ACT II. SCENE 4.
ACT III. SCENE 1.
SONG
ACT III.SCENE 2.
ACT IV. SCENE 1.
THE ORDER OF THE CORONATION.
ACT IV. SCENE 2.
THE VISION.
ACT V. SCENE 1.
ACT V. SCENE 2.
ACT V. SCENE 3.
ACT V. SCENE 4.
ACT V. SCENE 5.
THE END
KING JOHN
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
KING JOHN
KING PHILIP OF FRANCE
ACT I. SCENE 1
ACT II. SCENE 1
ACT III. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
ACT IV. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
SCENE 5.
SCENE 6.
SCENE 7.
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR
ACT II. SCENE I.
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
ACT I
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
KENT.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
REGAN.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
BURGUNDY.
LEAR.
BURGUNDY.
LEAR.
BURGUNDY.
LEAR.
FRANCE.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
FRANCE.
BURGUNDY.
LEAR.
BURGUNDY.
CORDELIA.
FRANCE.
LEAR.
FRANCE.
CORDELIA.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
CORDELIA.
FRANCE.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
OSWALD.
LEAR.
KNIGHT.
LEAR.
KNIGHT.
LEAR.
KNIGHT.
LEAR.
KNIGHT.
LEAR.
KNIGHT.
LEAR.
OSWALD.
LEAR.
OSWALD.
LEAR.
OSWALD.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
GONERIL.
FOOL.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
LEAR.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
LEAR.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
FOOL.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
LEAR.
FOOL.
ACT II
EDMUND.
CURAN.
EDMUND.
CURAN.
EDMUND.
CURAN.
EDMUND.
CURAN.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
KENT.
OSWALD.
EDMUND.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
OSWALD.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
OSWALD.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
OSWALD.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
KENT.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
KENT.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
REGAN.
LEAR.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
LEAR.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
GONERIL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
ACT III
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
KENT.
FOOL.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
FOOL.
KENT.
FOOL.
KENT.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
FOOL.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
FOOL.
EDGAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
CORNWALL.
EDMUND.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
EDGAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
FOOL.
EDGAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
FOOL.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
KENT.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
FOOL.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
KENT.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
CORNWALL.
OSWALD.
CORNWALL.
GONERIL.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
FIRST SERVANT.
REGAN.
FIRST SERVANT.
CORNWALL.
FIRST SERVANT.
REGAN.
FIRST SERVANT.
CORNWALL.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
REGAN.
CORNWALL.
SECOND SERVANT.
THIRD SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
THIRD SERVANT.
ACT IV
EDGAR.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
EDGAR.
OLD MAN.
EDGAR.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
OLD MAN.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
EDMUND.
GONERIL.
OSWALD.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
ALBANY.
MESSENGER.
ALBANY.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
MESSENGER.
CORDELIA.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
OSWALD.
REGAN.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
GLOUCESTER.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
OSWALD.
GLOUCESTER.
OSWALD.
EDGAR.
OSWALD.
EDGAR.
OSWALD.
EDGAR.
OSWALD.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
CORDELIA.
KENT.
CORDELIA.
KENT.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
KENT.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
PHYSICIAN.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
PHYSICIAN.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
GENTLEMAN.
KENT.
ACT V
EDMUND.
REGAN.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
EDMUND.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDGAR.
GLOUCESTER.
EDMUND.
CORDELIA.
LEAR.
EDMUND.
LEAR.
EDMUND.
CAPTAIN.
EDMUND.
CAPTAIN.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
ALBANY.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
REGAN.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
REGAN.
GONERIL.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
REGAN.
ALBANY.
OFFICER.
HERALD.
EDMUND.
HERALD.
HERALD.
ALBANY.
HERALD.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
GONERIL.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
GENTLEMAN.
ALBANY.
GENTLEMAN.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
KENT.
ALBANY.
KENT.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
EDGAR.
EDMUND.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
KENT.
EDGAR.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
LEAR.
OFFICER.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
KENT.
LEAR.
ALBANY.
EDGAR.
OFFICER.
ALBANY.
LEAR.
EDGAR.
KENT.
EDGAR.
KENT.
EDGAR.
KENT.
ALBANY.
KENT.
EDGAR.
THE PRINCESS OF FRANCE
WINTER
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH
SCENE IX.
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE END
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE DUKE OF VENICE
THE END
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
SIR JOHN FALSTAFF
MISTRESS FORD
ACT I. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
ACT II. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
ACT III SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
SCENE 5.
ACT IV. SCENE I.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4
SCENE 5.
SCENE 6.
ACT V. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
SCENE 5.
THE END
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE END
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
ACT I
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
HERO.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
MESSENGER.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON JOHN.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
CONRADE.
DON JOHN.
CONRADE.
DON JOHN.
CONRADE.
DON JOHN.
CONRADE.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
ACT II
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
BEATRICE.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
ANTONIO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
BALTHASAR.
MARGARET.
BALTHASAR.
MARGARET.
BALTHASAR.
MARGARET.
BALTHASAR.
MARGARET.
BALTHASAR.
URSULA.
ANTONIO.
URSULA.
ANTONIO.
URSULA.
ANTONIO.
URSULA.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
CLAUDIO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
CLAUDIO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BORACHIO.
DON JOHN.
BENEDICK.
BOY.
BENEDICK.
BOY.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BALTHASAR.
DON PEDRO.
BALTHASAR.
DON PEDRO.
BALTHASAR.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BALTHASAR.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
ACT III
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON JOHN.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
FIRST WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
BORACHIO.
WATCH.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
WATCH.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
WATCH.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
CONRADE.
BORACHIO.
FIRST WATCH.
SECOND WATCH.
FIRST WATCH.
CONRADE.
SECOND WATCH.
CONRADE.
FIRST WATCH.
CONRADE.
HERO.
URSULA.
HERO.
URSULA.
MARGARET.
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
MARGARET.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
HERO.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
BEATRICE.
MARGARET.
URSULA.
HERO.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
LEONATO.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
MESSENGER.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
DOGBERRY.
ACT IV
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
HERO.
FRIAR.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON JOHN.
BENEDICK.
HERO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
HERO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
DON JOHN.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
DON JOHN.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
BEATRICE.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
HERO.
FRIAR.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
SEXTON.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
SEXTON.
DOGBERRY.
BORACHIO.
DOGBERRY.
CONRADE.
DOGBERRY.
BOTH.
DOGBERRY.
CONRADE.
DOGBERRY.
BORACHIO.
DOGBERRY.
SEXTON.
DOGBERRY.
FIRST WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
BORACHIO.
DOGBERRY.
SEXTON.
SECOND WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
SEXTON.
FIRST WATCH.
DOGBERRY.
SEXTON.
SECOND WATCH.
SEXTON.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
CONRADE.
DOGBERRY.
CONRADE.
DOGBERRY.
ACT V
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
ANTONIO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
DOGBERRY.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
DOGBERRY.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BORACHIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
BORACHIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DOGBERRY.
VERGES.
LEONATO.
BORACHIO.
LEONATO.
BORACHIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
BORACHIO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
DOGBERRY.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
MARGARET.
BENEDICK.
MARGARET.
BENEDICK.
MARGARET.
BENEDICK.
MARGARET.
BENEDICK.
MARGARET.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
URSULA.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
A LORD.
CLAUDIO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
FRIAR.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
ANTONIO.
BENEDICK.
FRIAR.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
DON PEDRO.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
ANTONIO.
CLAUDIO.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
DON PEDRO.
LEONATO.
FRIAR.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
LEONATO.
CLAUDIO.
HERO.
BENEDICK.
BEATRICE.
BENEDICK.
DON PEDRO.
BENEDICK.
CLAUDIO.
BENEDICK.
LEONATO.
BENEDICK.
MESSENGER.
BENEDICK.
THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, MOOR OF VENICE
THE END
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
ACT I
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
DAUGHTER.
PERICLES
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
ANTIOCHUS.
THALIARD.
ANTIOCHUS.
THALIARD.
ANTIOCHUS.
MESSENGER.
ANTIOCHUS.
THALIARD.
ANTIOCHUS.
PERICLES.
FIRST LORD.
SECOND LORD.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELCANUS.
PERICLES.
THALIARD.
HELICANUS.
THALIARD.
HELICANUS.
THALIARD.
HELICANUS.
THALIARD.
HELICANUS.
THALIARD.
HELICANUS.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
LORD.
CLEON.
LORD.
CLEON.
LORD.
CLEON.
LORD.
CLEON.
PERICLES.
ALL.
PERICLES.
CLEON.
PERICLES.
ACT II
GOWER.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
THIRD FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
FIRST FISHERMAN.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SECOND FISHERMAN.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
FIRST LORD.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
FIRST LORD.
SECOND LORD.
THIRD LORD.
SIMONIDES.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
KNIGHTS.
SIMONIDES.
MARSHALL.
PERICLES.
FIRST KNIGHT.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
KNIGHTS.
SIMONIDES.
KNIGHTS.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
HELICANUS.
ESCANES.
HELICANUS.
ESCANES.
FIRST LORD.
SECOND LORD.
THIRD LORD.
FIRST LORD.
HELICANUS.
FIRST LORD.
HELICANUS.
FIRST LORD.
SECOND LORD.
ALL.
HELICANUS.
FIRST LORD.
HELICANUS.
FIRST KNIGHT.
SIMONIDES.
SECOND KNIGHT.
SIMONIDES.
THIRD KNIGHT.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
SIMONIDES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
SIMONIDES.
BOTH.
SIMONIDES.
ACT III
GOWER.
SCENE I.
PERICLES.
LYCHORIDA.
PERICLES.
LYCHORIDA.
PERICLES.
LYCHORIDA.
PERICLES.
FIRST SAILOR.
PERICLES.
FIRST SAILOR.
SECOND SAILOR.
FIRST SAILOR.
PERICLES.
FIRST SAILOR.
PERICLES.
LYCHORIDA.
PERICLES.
SECOND SAILOR.
PERICLES.
SECOND SAILOR.
PERICLES.
SECOND SAILOR.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
PHILEMON.
CERIMON.
SERVANT.
CERIMON.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
FIRST SERVANT.
CERIMON.
FIRST SERVANT.
CERIMON.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
FIRST SERVANT.
CERIMON.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
THAISA.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
CERIMON.
PERICLES.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
PERICLES.
CLEON.
PERICLES.
DIONYZA.
PERICLES.
CLEON.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
THAISA.
CERIMON.
THAISA.
ACT IV
GOWER.
DIONYZA.
LEONINE.
DIONYZA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
DIONYZA.
MARINA.
DIONYZA.
MARINA.
DIONYZA.
LEONINE.
DIONYZA.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
MARINA.
LEONINE.
FIRST PIRATE.
SECOND PIRATE.
THIRD PIRATE.
LEONINE.
PANDAR.
BOULT.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
PANDAR.
BOULT.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
PANDAR.
BOULT
FIRST PIRATE.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
CLEON.
DIONYZA.
SCENE IV.
GOWER.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
SECOND GENTLEMAN.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
BOULT.
PANDAR.
BAWD.
BOULT.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
BOULT.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
LYSIMACHUS.
BOULT.
LYSIMACHUS.
BOULT.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
MARINA.
BAWD.
MARINA.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
BAWD.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
BOULT.
LYSIMACHUS.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
BAWD.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BAWD.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
MARINA.
BOULT.
ACT V
GOWER.
TYRIAN SAILOR.
HELICANUS.
TYRIAN SAILOR.
FIRST GENTLEMAN.
HELICANUS.
TYRIAN SAILOR.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
FIRST LORD.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
LYSIMACHUS.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
LYSIMACHUS.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
LYSIMACHUS.
PERICLES.
LYSIMACHUS.
PERICLES.
LYSIMACHUS.
DIANA.
PERICLES.
HELICANUS.
PERICLES.
LYSIMACHUS.
PERICLES.
LYSIMACHUS.
PERICLES.
SCENE II.
GOWER.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
MARINA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
HELICANUS.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
CERIMON.
PERICLES.
THAISA.
PERICLES.
GOWER.
KING RICHARD THE SECOND
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
KING RICHARD THE SECOND
THE END
KING RICHARD THE THIRD
EDWARD THE FOURTH
ACT I. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
ACT II. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
ACT III. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4
SCENE 5.
SCENE 6.
SCENE 7.
ACT IV. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
SCENE 5.
ACT V. SCENE 1.
SCENE 2.
SCENE 3.
SCENE 4.
SCENE 5.
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET
THE PROLOGUE.
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
THE PROLOGUE
CHORUS.
ACT I
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
ABRAM.
SAMPSON.
ABRAM.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
ABRAM.
SAMPSON.
ABRAM.
SAMPSON.
GREGORY.
SAMPSON.
ABRAM.
SAMPSON.
BENVOLIO.
TYBALT.
BENVOLIO.
TYBALT.
FIRST CITIZEN.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
MONTAGUE.
LADY MONTAGUE.
PRINCE.
MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
LADY MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
MONTAGUE.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
CAPULET.
SERVANT.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
SERVANT.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
FIRST SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
FIRST SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
FIRST SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
CAPULET.
CAPULET.
CAPULET.
ROMEO.
SERVANT.
ROMEO.
TYBALT.
CAPULET.
TYBALT.
CAPULET.
TYBALT.
CAPULET.
TYBALT.
CAPULET.
TYBALT.
CAPULET.
TYBALT.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
ACT II
CHORUS.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
PETER.
NURSE.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
PETER.
NURSE.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
PETER.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ACT III
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
ROMEO.
TYBALT.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
MERCUTIO.
TYBALT.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
BENVOLIO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
MERCUTIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
TYBALT.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
ROMEO.
BENVOLIO.
FIRST CITIZEN.
BENVOLIO.
FIRST CITIZEN.
PRINCE.
BENVOLIO.
LADY CAPULET.
PRINCE.
BENVOLIO.
LADY CAPULET.
PRINCE.
MONTAGUE.
PRINCE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
NURSE.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
NURSE.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
ROMEO.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
ROMEO.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
NURSE.
JULIET.
ACT IV
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
PARIS.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
CAPULET.
SECOND SERVANT.
CAPULET.
SECOND SERVANT.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
JULIET.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
FIRST SERVANT.
CAPULET.
SECOND SERVANT.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
NURSE.
LADY CAPULET.
CAPULET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
CAPULET.
PARIS.
LADY CAPULET.
NURSE.
PARIS.
CAPULET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
CAPULET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
NURSE.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
SECOND MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
PETER.
SECOND MUSICIAN.
PETER.
THIRD MUSICIAN.
PETER.
FIRST MUSICIAN.
SECOND MUSICIAN.
ACT V
ROMEO.
BALTHASAR.
ROMEO.
BALTHASAR.
ROMEO.
BALTHASAR.
ROMEO.
APOTHECARY.
ROMEO.
APOTHECARY.
ROMEO.
APOTHECARY.
ROMEO.
APOTHECARY.
ROMEO.
FRIAR JOHN.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
FRIAR JOHN.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
FRIAR JOHN.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
FRIAR JOHN.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PARIS.
PAGE.
PARIS.
ROMEO.
BALTHASAR.
ROMEO.
BALTHASAR.
ROMEO.
PARIS.
ROMEO.
PARIS.
ROMEO.
PAGE.
PARIS.
ROMEO.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
BALTHASAR.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
JULIET.
FIRST WATCH.
JULIET.
PAGE.
FIRST WATCH.
SECOND WATCH.
FIRST WATCH.
FIRST WATCH.
PRINCE.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
PRINCE.
FIRST WATCH.
PRINCE.
FIRST WATCH.
CAPULET.
LADY CAPULET.
PRINCE.
MONTAGUE.
PRINCE.
MONTAGUE.
PRINCE.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PRINCE.
FRIAR LAWRENCE.
PRINCE.
BALTHASAR.
PRINCE.
PAGE.
PRINCE.
CAPULET.
MONTAGUE.
CAPULET.
PRINCE.
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
INDUCTION
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
WIDOW
INDUCTION
SLY.
HOSTESS.
SLY.
HOSTESS.
SLY.
HOSTESS.
SLY.
LORD.
FIRST HUNTSMAN.
LORD.
FIRST HUNTSMAN.
LORD.
SECOND HUNTSMAN.
LORD.
FIRST HUNTSMAN.
SECOND HUNTSMAN.
LORD.
FIRST HUNTSMAN.
LORD.
SERVANT.
LORD.
PLAYERS.
LORD.
PLAYER.
LORD.
PLAYER.
LORD.
PLAYER.
LORD.
SLY.
FIRST SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
THIRD SERVANT.
SLY.
LORD.
SLY.
THIRD SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
LORD.
FIRST SERVANT.
SECOND SERVANT.
LORD.
THIRD SERVANT.
LORD.
FIRST SERVANT.
SLY.
SECOND SERVANT.
SLY.
FIRST SERVANT.
SLY.
THIRD SERVANT.
SLY.
ALL.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
LORD.
SLY.
LORD.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
MESSENGER.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
ACT I
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
KATHERINA.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
FIRST SERVANT.
SLY.
PAGE.
SLY.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GRUMIO.
GREMIO.
LUCENTIO.
GREMIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
GREMIO.
GRUMIO.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
LUCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
GRUMIO, BIONDELLO.
HORTENSIO.
ACT II
BIANCA.
KATHERINA.
BIANCA.
KATHERINA.
BIANCA.
KATHERINA.
BIANCA.
KATHERINA.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
HORTENSIO.
BAPTISTA.
HORTENSIO.
BAPTISTA.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO, TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
ACT III
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
BIANCA.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
BIANCA.
HORTENSIO.
BIANCA.
SERVANT.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
TRANIO.
KATHERINA.
BAPTISTA.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
GREMIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
ACT IV
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
GRUMIO.
NATHANIEL.
PHILIP.
JOSEPH.
NICHOLAS.
NATHANIEL.
GRUMIO.
NATHANIEL.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
ALL SERVANTS.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
FIRST SERVANT.
PETRUCHIO.
PETER.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
NATHANIEL.
PETER.
GRUMIO.
CURTIS.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
BIANCA.
TRANIO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
BIANCA.
TRANIO.
BIANCA.
TRANIO.
BIANCA.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
GRUMIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HABERDASHER.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
TAILOR.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
TAILOR.
PETRUCHIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
TAILOR.
GRUMIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
GRUMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
BIONDELLO.
TRANIO.
PEDANT.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
LUCENTIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
VINCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
VINCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
VINCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
ACT V
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
VINCENTIO.
GREMIO.
PEDANT.
VINCENTIO.
PEDANT.
VINCENTIO.
PEDANT.
PETRUCHIO.
PEDANT.
VINCENTIO.
PEDANT.
PETRUCHIO.
PEDANT.
BIONDELLO.
VINCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
VINCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
VINCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
VINCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
PEDANT.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
VINCENTIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
TRANIO.
VINCENTIO.
BAPTISTA.
VINCENTIO.
PEDANT.
VINCENTIO.
TRANIO.
VINCENTIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
PEDANT.
GREMIO.
TRANIO.
GREMIO.
BAPTISTA.
VINCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
LUCENTIO.
VINCENTIO.
BIANCA.
BAPTISTA.
LUCENTIO.
GREMIO.
VINCENTIO.
BAPTISTA.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
VINCENTIO.
BAPTISTA.
VINCENTIO.
BAPTISTA.
LUCENTIO.
GREMIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
LUCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
WIDOW.
PETRUCHIO.
WIDOW.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
WIDOW.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
WIDOW.
KATHERINA.
WIDOW.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
GREMIO.
BIANCA.
VINCENTIO.
BIANCA.
PETRUCHIO.
BIANCA.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
PETRUCHIO.
TRANIO.
BAPTISTA.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
BAPTISTA.
LUCENTIO.
BIONDELLO.
PETRUCHIO.
GREMIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
BIONDELLO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
LUCENTIO.
HORTENSIO.
PETRUCHIO.
BAPTISTA.
PETRUCHIO.
WIDOW.
BIANCA.
LUCENTIO.
BIANCA.
PETRUCHIO.
WIDOW.
PETRUCHIO.
WIDOW.
PETRUCHIO.
KATHERINA.
PETRUCHIO.
LUCENTIO.
VINCENTIO.
LUCENTIO.
PETRUCHIO.
HORTENSIO.
LUCENTIO.
THE TEMPEST
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE TEMPEST ACT I. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
ARIEL'S SONG
ACT II. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
ACT III. SCENE 1
SCENE 2
SCENE 3
ACT IV. SCENE 1
ACT V. SCENE 1
EPILOGUE
THE END
THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
LUCIUS
FLAMINIUS
CAPHIS
POET PAINTER JEWELLER MERCHANT MERCER AN OLD ATHENIAN THREE
PHRYNIA
CUPID
THE END
THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS
THE END
THE HISTORY OF TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
PROLOGUE
ACT I
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
CRESSIDA.
ALEXANDER.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
ANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
BOY.
PANDARUS.
BOY.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
MENELAUS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
AENEAS.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ACT II
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
AJAX.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
PRIAM.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HELENUS.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
CASSANDRA.
PRIAM.
TROILUS.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
PARIS.
PRIAM.
PARIS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
AGAMEMNON.
PATROCLUS.
AGAMEMNON.
PATROCLUS.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
PATROCLUS.
AGAMEMNON.
PATROCLUS.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
DIOMEDES.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
AJAX.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
DIOMEDES.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
DIOMEDES.
ULYSSES.
DIOMEDES.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
NESTOR.
DIOMEDES.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ACT III
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
SERVANT.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
HELEN.
PANDARUS.
PARIS.
HELEN.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
BOY.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CALCHAS.
AGAMEMNON.
CALCHAS.
AGAMEMNON.
DIOMEDES.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
ACHILLES.
NESTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
ACHILLES.
MENELAUS.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
ULYSSES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACT IV
PARIS.
DEIPHOBUS.
AENEAS.
DIOMEDES.
PARIS.
AENEAS.
DIOMEDES.
AENEAS.
DIOMEDES.
AENEAS.
DIOMEDES.
PARIS.
AENEAS.
PARIS.
AENEAS.
PARIS.
AENEAS.
PARIS.
DIOMEDES.
PARIS.
DIOMEDES.
PARIS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
AENEAS.
PANDARUS.
AENEAS.
PANDARUS.
AENEAS.
PANDARUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PARIS.
TROILUS.
PARIS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
PARIS.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
PARIS.
AENEAS.
PARIS.
DEIPHOBUS.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
DIOMEDES.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
NESTOR.
ACHILLES.
MENELAUS.
PATROCLUS.
ULYSSES.
PATROCLUS.
MENELAUS.
PATROCLUS.
MENELAUS.
CRESSIDA.
PATROCLUS.
CRESSIDA.
MENELAUS.
CRESSIDA.
MENELAUS.
CRESSIDA.
MENELAUS.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
DIOMEDES.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
ALL.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
AGAMEMNON.
ACHILLES.
AENEAS.
ACHILLES.
AENEAS.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
ULYSSES.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
TROILUS.
AGAMEMNON.
DIOMEDES.
AENEAS.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
HECTOR.
AJAX.
HECTOR.
AENEAS.
HECTOR.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
HECTOR.
AJAX.
HECTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
HECTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
MENELAUS.
HECTOR.
AENEAS.
HECTOR.
MENELAUS.
HECTOR.
NESTOR.
AENEAS.
HECTOR.
NESTOR.
HECTOR.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
HECTOR.
ULYSSES.
HECTOR.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
AJAX.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
AGAMEMNON.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ACT V
ACHILLES.
PATROCLUS.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
PATROCLUS.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
AGAMEMNON.
AJAX.
HECTOR.
AJAX.
ULYSSES.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
HECTOR.
MENELAUS.
HECTOR.
THERSITES.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
ACHILLES.
DIOMEDES.
HECTOR.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CALCHAS.
DIOMEDES.
CALCHAS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
CRESSIDA.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
THERSITES.
CRESSIDA.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
DIOMEDES.
CRESSIDA.
THERSITES.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
THERSITES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
THERSITES.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
ULYSSES.
TROILUS.
ANDROMACHE.
HECTOR.
ANDROMACHE.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
ANDROMACHE.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
ANDROMACHE.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
ANDROMACHE.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
CASSANDRA.
PRIAM.
HECTOR.
PRIAM.
HECTOR.
CASSANDRA.
ANDROMACHE.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
CASSANDRA.
TROILUS.
CASSANDRA.
HECTOR.
PRIAM.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
THERSITES.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
THERSITES.
HECTOR.
THERSITES.
HECTOR.
THERSITES.
DIOMEDES.
SERVANT.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
ULYSSES.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
NESTOR.
ACHILLES.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
AJAX.
TROILUS.
DIOMEDES.
AJAX.
DIOMEDES.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
TROILUS.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
THERSITES.
MARGARELON.
THERSITES.
MARGARELON.
THERSITES.
MARGARELON.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
HECTOR.
ACHILLES.
MYRMIDON.
ACHILLES.
AGAMEMNON.
NESTOR.
SOLDIERS.
DIOMEDES.
AJAX.
AGAMEMNON.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
ALL.
TROILUS.
AENEAS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TROILUS.
PANDARUS.
TWELFTH NIGHT; OR, WHAT YOU WILL
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
THE END
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
DRAMATIS PERSONAE
SERVANTS MUSICIANS
SONG
THE END
THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN
PROLOGUE.
ACT I
THESEUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
2. QUEEN.
HIPPOLITA.
3. QUEEN.
EMILIA.
3. QUEEN.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
2. QUEEN.
3. QUEEN.
1. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
2. QUEEN.
3. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
ALL.
2. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
HIPPOLITA.
ALL QUEENS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
1. QUEEN.
2. QUEEN.
3. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
VALERIUS.
PALAMON.
VALERIUS.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
VALERIUS.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PERITHOUS.
HIPPOLITA.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
1. QUEEN.
2. QUEEN.
3. QUEEN.
THESEUS.
HERALD.
THESEUS.
HERALD.
THESEUS.
HERALD.
THESEUS.
3. QUEEN.
2. QUEEN.
1. QUEEN.
3. QUEEN.
ACT II
IAILOR.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
ARCITE.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
WOMAN.
EMILIA.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
ARCITE.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
KEEPER.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
1. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
4. COUNTREYMAN
1. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
4. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
4. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
1. COUNTREYMAN
4. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
4. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
4. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
3. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
1. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
2. COUNTREYMAN
3. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
4. COUNTREYMAN
1. COUNTREYMAN
2. COUNTREYMAN
ARCITE.
DAUGHTER.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
PERITHOUS.
HIPPOLITA.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
ARCITE.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
DAUGHTER.
ACT III
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
DAUGHTER.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
DAUGHTER.
SCHOOLMASTER.
1. COUNTREYMAN.
2. COUNTREYMAN.
3. COUNTREYMAN.
TABORER.
SCHOOLMASTER.
4. COUNTREYMAN.
2. COUNTREYMAN.
1. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
NEL.
SCHOOLMASTER.
3. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
BAVIAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
4. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
2. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
1. COUNTREYMAN.
3. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
4. COUNTREYMAN.
DAUGHTER.
3. COUNTREYMAN.
1. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
DAUGHTER.
SCHOOLMASTER.
DAUGHTER.
SCHOOLMASTER.
DAUGHTER.
SCHOOLMASTER.
2. COUNTREYMAN.
DAUGHTER.
3. COUNTREYMAN.
SCHOOLMASTER.
THESEUS.
SCHOOLMASTER.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
SCHOOLMASTER.
THESEUS.
SCHOOLMASTER.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
(SCHOOLMASTER.)
THESEUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
SCHOOLMASTER.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
PALAMON.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
PERITHOUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
PALAMON.
PERITHOUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
BOTH.
THESEUS.
BOTH.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
THESEUS.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
ACT IV
IAILOR.
1. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
2. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
2. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
1. FRIEND.
2. FRIEND.
1. FRIEND.
2. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
2. FRIEND.
1. FRIEND.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
2. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
1. FRIEND.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
1. FRIEND.
2. FRIEND.
WOOER.
1. FRIEND.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
1. FRIEND.
WOOER.
2. FRIEND.
WOOER.
BROTHER.
DAUGHTER.
BROTHER.
DAUGHTER.
BROTHER.
DAUGHTER.
BROTHER.
DAUGHTER.
BROTHER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
BROTHER.
1. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
1. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
1. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
2. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
1. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
BROTHER.
DAUGHTER.
1. FRIEND.
2. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
ALL.
BROTHER.
IAILOR.
BROTHER.
1. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
2. FRIEND.
DAUGHTER.
EMILIA.
EMILIA.
GENTLEMAN.
EMILIA.
GENTLEMAN.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
GENTLEMAN.
THESEUS.
MESSENGER.
THESEUS.
MESSENGER.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
MESSENGER.
PERITHOUS.
MESSENGER.
PERITHOUS.
MESSENGER.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
HIPPOLITA.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
ACT V
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
PERITHOUS.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
PALAMON.
EMILIA.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
DAUGHTER.
IAILOR.
DAUGHTER.
MESSENGER.
IAILOR.
MESSENGER.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
IAILOR.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
DOCTOR.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
WOOER.
DAUGHTER.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
EMILIA.
PERITHOUS.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
HIPPOLITA.
EMILIA.
SERVANT.
EMILIA.
SERVANT.
EMILIA.
SERVANT.
EMILIA.
SERVANT.
EMILIA.
SERVANT.
EMILIA.
THESEUS.
ARCITE.
THESEUS.
EMILIA.
HIPPOLITA.
THESEUS.
(PALAMON.)
1. KNIGHT.
2. KNIGHT.
3. KNIGHT.
PALAMON.
IAILOR.
PALAMON.
1. KNIGHT.
2. KNIGHT.
PALAMON.
ALL KNIGHTS.
IAILOR.
PALAMON.
1. KNIGHT.
2. KNIGHT.
MESSENGER.
PERITHOUS.
PALAMON.
PERITHOUS.
PALAMON.
PERITHOUS.
PALAMON.
ARCITE.
PALAMON.
EMILIA.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
PALAMON.
THESEUS.
EPILOGUE
FINIS
ACT IV. SCENE I.
THE END
THE END
THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
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  1. In the first place we have granted to God, and by this our present charter confirmed for us and our heirs forever that the English Church shall be free, and shall have her rights entire, and her liberties inviolate; and we will that it be thus observed; which is apparent from this that the freedom of elections, which is reckoned most important and very essential to the English Church, we, of our pure and unconstrained will, did grant, and did by our charter confirm and did obtain the ratification of the same from our lord, Pope Innocent III, before the quarrel arose between us and our barons: and this we will observe, and our will is that it be observed in good faith by our heirs forever. We have also granted to all freemen of our kingdom, for us and our heirs forever, all the underwritten liberties, to be had and held by them and their heirs, of us and our heirs forever.
  2. If any of our earls or barons, or others holding of us in chief by military service shall have died, and at the time of his death his heir shall be full of age and owe "relief", he shall have his inheritance by the old relief, to wit, the heir or heirs of an earl, for the whole baroncy of an earl by L100; the heir or heirs of a baron, L100 for a whole barony; the heir or heirs of a knight, 100s, at most, and whoever owes less let him give less, according to the ancient custom of fees.
  3. If, however, the heir of any one of the aforesaid has been under age and in wardship, let him have his inheritance without relief and without fine when he comes of age.
  4. The guardian of the land of an heir who is thus under age, shall take from the land of the heir nothing but reasonable produce, reasonable customs, and reasonable services, and that without destruction or waste of men or goods; and if we have committed the wardship of the lands of any such minor to the sheriff, or to any other who is responsible to us for its issues, and he has made destruction or waster of what he holds in wardship, we will take of him amends, and the land shall be committed to two lawful and discreet men of that fee, who shall be responsible for the issues to us or to him to whom we shall assign them; and if we have given or sold the wardship of any such land to anyone and he has therein made destruction or waste, he shall lose that wardship, and it shall be transferred to two lawful and discreet men of that fief, who shall be responsible to us in like manner as aforesaid.
  5. The guardian, moreover, so long as he has the wardship of the land, shall keep up the houses, parks, fishponds, stanks, mills, and other things pertaining to the land, out of the issues of the same land; and he shall restore to the heir, when he has come to full age, all his land, stocked with ploughs and wainage, according as the season of husbandry shall require, and the issues of the land can reasonable bear.
  6. Heirs shall be married without disparagement, yet so that before the marriage takes place the nearest in blood to that heir shall have notice.
  7. A widow, after the death of her husband, shall forthwith and without difficulty have her marriage portion and inheritance; nor shall she give anything for her dower, or for her marriage portion, or for the inheritance which her husband and she held on the day of the death of that husband; and she may remain in the house of her husband for forty days after his death, within which time her dower shall be assigned to her.
  8. No widow shall be compelled to marry, so long as she prefers to live without a husband; provided always that she gives security not to marry without our consent, if she holds of us, or without the consent of the lord of whom she holds, if she holds of another.
  9. Neither we nor our bailiffs will seize any land or rent for any debt, as long as the chattels of the debtor are sufficient to repay the debt; nor shall the sureties of the debtor be distrained so long as the principal debtor is able to satisfy the debt; and if the principal debtor shall fail to pay the debt, having nothing wherewith to pay it, then the sureties shall answer for the debt; and let them have the lands and rents of the debtor, if they desire them, until they are indemnified for the debt which they have paid for him, unless the principal debtor can show proof that he is discharged thereof as against the said sureties.
  10. If one who has borrowed from the Jews any sum, great or small, die before that loan be repaid, the debt shall not bear interest while the heir is under age, of whomsoever he may hold; and if the debt fall into our hands, we will not take anything except the principal sum contained in the bond.
  11. And if anyone die indebted to the Jews, his wife shall have her dower and pay nothing of that debt; and if any children of the deceased are left under age, necessaries shall be provided for them in keeping with the holding of the deceased; and out of the residue the debt shall be paid, reserving, however, service due to feudal lords; in like manner let it be done touching debts due to others than Jews.
  12. No scutage not aid shall be imposed on our kingdom, unless by common counsel of our kingdom, except for ransoming our person, for making our eldest son a knight, and for once marrying our eldest daughter; and for these there shall not be levied more than a reasonable aid. In like manner it shall be done concerning aids from the city of London.
  13. And the city of London shall have all it ancient liberties and free customs, as well by land as by water; furthermore, we decree and grant that all other cities, boroughs, towns, and ports shall have all their liberties and free customs.
  14. And for obtaining the common counsel of the kingdom anent the assessing of an aid (except in the three cases aforesaid) or of a scutage, we will cause to be summoned the archbishops, bishops, abbots, earls, and greater barons, severally by our letters; and we will moveover cause to be summoned generally, through our sheriffs and bailiffs, and others who hold of us in chief, for a fixed date, namely, after the expiry of at least forty days, and at a fixed place; and in all letters of such summons we will specify the reason of the summons. And when the summons has thus been made, the business shall proceed on the day appointed, according to the counsel of such as are present, although not all who were summoned have come.
  15. We will not for the future grant to anyone license to take an aid from his own free tenants, except to ransom his person, to make his eldest son a knight, and once to marry his eldest daughter; and on each of these occasions there shall be levied only a reasonable aid.

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SITTING OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AT THE PALACE OF VERSAILLES
THE FOYER OF THE OPERA
MEETING OF OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY, AND OF
THEODOR MOMMSEN
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  1. The Church must rouse to a sense of its noble duties and exalted powers. We underrate the Church. We are looking elsewhere for our highest ideals, instead of claiming from the Church that spiritual guidance and inspiration which should be its right to give. One of the things that is a monumental astonishment to me, is that when we need supplication, intercession, prayer for the averting of great personal or national calamity, we flee to the Church, but we seldom think of the Church when we need brains!
  2. The Church needs a more business-like organization and way of work.
  3. The Church needs stronger and more gifted leaders. In every business or intellectual enterprise to-day, there is an effort to place at the head of each organization the most powerful and resourceful man whose services can be obtained. Nothing in this age works, or is expected to work, without the leadership of brains. A primary step, in a far-reaching ecclesiastical policy, is to endeavor to draw into both ministry and membership the most active and intellectual class. All earnest souls can work, but not all can work equally effectively. Particularly in the ministry, north, south, east, and west, men are needed who are really men. This does not necessarily mean the men with the longest string of academic degrees, the men who can write the best poems or make the best speeches on public occasions; it means the thinking men who are brave, talented, spiritual, and warm-hearted.
  4. The Church needs a better system for the proper placing of men. No phase of the world's work can be carried on merely and simply because a man is pious. In every phase of life, there is a constant shifting of men according to temperament, ability, and general influence and power. In the Church we must have a quick and decisive recognition of a man's ability, and he must be set where that talent can work easily and effectively. Churches are not all alike. There are no two alike. When we think of it, what a ghoulish business "candidating" is! No scheme for the right placing of men can be devised which does not place a great deal of power in the hand of a few leading men. This power may be abused, but ought not to be, if it were really looked upon as under divine direction and inspiration. Cannot a great leader be inspired to the choice of a man, as well as a great author to the choice of a word, a rhyme? Comparatively few men thoroughly understand how to rate other men, and to these few men, as in all other great enterprises, must be given the power and authority to select and adjust. By this I do not mean that a set of ecclesiastics will alone be adequate. Ecclesiastical vision, like all other highly specialized vision, is partial, and does not always see quite straight. There should also be called into play the business ability and discernment of men of large business interests or administrative gifts. Sooner or later the various religious organizations will have to meet, in some better way than any thus far formulated, this growing need.
  5. We need a release of pressure on the abler men. Many a minister to-day is a sort of community lackey. What other men are frankly too busy to do, he is supposed to be cheerfully ready to do. The list of odd jobs which fall to his lot would be ridiculous, were not their influence upon his life and work so retrogressive and so sad. He lives to serve others, but this vow of service is greatly imposed upon. If he is to lead in intellectual and spiritual matters, he must be given fewer errands to run, the financial burden of his church must be taken absolutely from his shoulders, he must have a suitable salary, and his time must be at least as carefully guarded as that of the average man. Some calls he is bound to obey, at whatever cost of time or strength,--illness, certain public duties, and real spiritual needs,--but his life must not be at the mercy of cranks, or of idle persons' whims.
  6. We need a reorganization of preaching traditions. It is a tradition that a minister must, in general, preach two set sermons every week, give one informal week-day lecture, and be prepared to deliver, at any moment, funeral addresses, anniversary speeches, "remarks," or to perform other utterly impossible intellectual feats. Anyone who writes, or who speaks in public, knows that the preparation of a half-hour address which is worth anything requires a great deal of time. It cannot ordinarily be "tossed off," and help men's souls. Only an occasional inspiration, the result of a lifetime of thought and experience, is born in this sudden way. Usually excellence is the result of long and careful labor. The way to help this would seem to be a constant interchange of preachers, not only in one denomination, but among the various denominations, so that a really fine sermon would be heard by many people, and fewer sermons would require to be written. This is easily done in a large city or its vicinity. What congregations need most is not altogether formal sermons, but thoughtful, helpful talks containing a fresh, uplifting, and spiritual outlook over life, with a practical bearing on the occasions and duties of life. The work of both Frederick Robertson and Horace Bushnell has this direct and vital tone.
  7. Greater care must be taken of the rural church. Any one interested in a great ecclesiastical polity must surely recognize the ultimate possibilities of our rural regions. Here are growing up the leading men and women of to-morrow. Ideals and inspirations set upon their hearts will bear fruit a thousand-fold. Hence there should be a definite arrangement by which a certain portion of the preaching time of the really able preachers shall be placed each year in some small and remote place. Several scattered country churches might unite for these services. Let such a man also make helpful suggestions for neighborhood social and intellectual life. While he is in the village, let the country pastor go to town, browse in libraries, art-collections, hear music, and get a general quickening of interest and inspiration. Let each compare notes with the other. They will both gain by this interchange.
  8. There is too little recognition of individual talent in the Church.
  9. We need, as a Church, a deeper spiritual life. We need the Power of the Holy Ghost. In spite of all the sorrow of the world, sorrow both of a personal nature and that which touches whole communities, there is only one real burden upon the heart of earnest men and women: it is our own inadequate representation of Christianity,--the disheartening difference between what we practise and what we profess. When the Church of God is in reality a powerful and hard-working body of sincere, honest, and loving people, the world will soon be saved!

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  1. The Church must rouse to a sense of its noble duties and exalted powers. We underrate the Church. We are looking elsewhere for our highest ideals, instead of claiming from the Church that spiritual guidance and inspiration which should be its right to give. One of the things that is a monumental astonishment to me, is that when we need supplication, intercession, prayer for the averting of great personal or national calamity, we flee to the Church, but we seldom think of the Church when we need brains!
  2. The Church needs a more business-like organization and way of work.
  3. The Church needs stronger and more gifted leaders. In every business or intellectual enterprise to-day, there is an effort to place at the head of each organization the most powerful and resourceful man whose services can be obtained. Nothing in this age works, or is expected to work, without the leadership of brains. A primary step, in a far-reaching ecclesiastical policy, is to endeavor to draw into both ministry and membership the most active and intellectual class. All earnest souls can work, but not all can work equally effectively. Particularly in the ministry, north, south, east, and west, men are needed who are really men. This does not necessarily mean the men with the longest string of academic degrees, the men who can write the best poems or make the best speeches on public occasions; it means the thinking men who are brave, talented, spiritual, and warm-hearted.
  4. The Church needs a better system for the proper placing of men. No phase of the world's work can be carried on merely and simply because a man is pious. In every phase of life, there is a constant shifting of men according to temperament, ability, and general influence and power. In the Church we must have a quick and decisive recognition of a man's ability, and he must be set where that talent can work easily and effectively. Churches are not all alike. There are no two alike. When we think of it, what a ghoulish business "candidating" is! No scheme for the right placing of men can be devised which does not place a great deal of power in the hand of a few leading men. This power may be abused, but ought not to be, if it were really looked upon as under divine direction and inspiration. Cannot a great leader be inspired to the choice of a man, as well as a great author to the choice of a word, a rhyme? Comparatively few men thoroughly understand how to rate other men, and to these few men, as in all other great enterprises, must be given the power and authority to select and adjust. By this I do not mean that a set of ecclesiastics will alone be adequate. Ecclesiastical vision, like all other highly specialized vision, is partial, and does not always see quite straight. There should also be called into play the business ability and discernment of men of large business interests or administrative gifts. Sooner or later the various religious organizations will have to meet, in some better way than any thus far formulated, this growing need.
  5. We need a release of pressure on the abler men. Many a minister to-day is a sort of community lackey. What other men are frankly too busy to do, he is supposed to be cheerfully ready to do. The list of odd jobs which fall to his lot would be ridiculous, were not their influence upon his life and work so retrogressive and so sad. He lives to serve others, but this vow of service is greatly imposed upon. If he is to lead in intellectual and spiritual matters, he must be given fewer errands to run, the financial burden of his church must be taken absolutely from his shoulders, he must have a suitable salary, and his time must be at least as carefully guarded as that of the average man. Some calls he is bound to obey, at whatever cost of time or strength,--illness, certain public duties, and real spiritual needs,--but his life must not be at the mercy of cranks, or of idle persons' whims.
  6. We need a reorganization of preaching traditions. It is a tradition that a minister must, in general, preach two set sermons every week, give one informal week-day lecture, and be prepared to deliver, at any moment, funeral addresses, anniversary speeches, "remarks," or to perform other utterly impossible intellectual feats. Anyone who writes, or who speaks in public, knows that the preparation of a half-hour address which is worth anything requires a great deal of time. It cannot ordinarily be "tossed off," and help men's souls. Only an occasional inspiration, the result of a lifetime of thought and experience, is born in this sudden way. Usually excellence is the result of long and careful labor. The way to help this would seem to be a constant interchange of preachers, not only in one denomination, but among the various denominations, so that a really fine sermon would be heard by many people, and fewer sermons would require to be written. This is easily done in a large city or its vicinity. What congregations need most is not altogether formal sermons, but thoughtful, helpful talks containing a fresh, uplifting, and spiritual outlook over life, with a practical bearing on the occasions and duties of life. The work of both Frederick Robertson and Horace Bushnell has this direct and vital tone.
  7. Greater care must be taken of the rural church. Any one interested in a great ecclesiastical polity must surely recognize the ultimate possibilities of our rural regions. Here are growing up the leading men and women of to-morrow. Ideals and inspirations set upon their hearts will bear fruit a thousand-fold. Hence there should be a definite arrangement by which a certain portion of the preaching time of the really able preachers shall be placed each year in some small and remote place. Several scattered country churches might unite for these services. Let such a man also make helpful suggestions for neighborhood social and intellectual life. While he is in the village, let the country pastor go to town, browse in libraries, art-collections, hear music, and get a general quickening of interest and inspiration. Let each compare notes with the other. They will both gain by this interchange.
  8. There is too little recognition of individual talent in the Church.
  9. We need, as a Church, a deeper spiritual life. We need the Power of the Holy Ghost. In spite of all the sorrow of the world, sorrow both of a personal nature and that which touches whole communities, there is only one real burden upon the heart of earnest men and women: it is our own inadequate representation of Christianity,--the disheartening difference between what we practise and what we profess. When the Church of God is in reality a powerful and hard-working body of sincere, honest, and loving people, the world will soon be saved!

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CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC.
JOSEPH ATTERLEY.
VOYAGE TO THE MOON.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
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CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC.
JOSEPH ATTERLEY.
VOYAGE TO THE MOON.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
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PART ONE
THE SEA RIDDLE
II. THE "LAUGHING LASS"
III. THE DEATH SHIP
IV. THE SECOND PRIZE CREW
VI. THE CASTAWAYS
VII. THE FREE LANCE
PART TWO
THE BRASS BOUND CHEST
II. THE GRAVEN IMAGE
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IV. THE STEEL CLAW
VI. THE ISLAND
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IX. THE EMPTY BRANDY BOTTLE
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XIII. I MAKE MY ESCAPE
XIV. AN ADVENTURE IN THE NIGHT
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XVI. THE MURDER
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PART THREE
THE MAROON
II. THE JOLLY ROGER
III. THE CACHE
IV. THE TWIN SLABS
VI. MR. DARROW RECEIVES
VII. THE SURVIVORS
VIII. THE MAKER OF MARVELS
IX. THE ACHIEVEMENT
ILLUSTRATIONS
PART ONE
THE SEA RIDDLE
I
DESERT SEAS
II
THE LAUGHING LASS
III
THE DEATH SHIP
IV
THE SECOND PRIZE CREW
V
THE DISAPPEARANCE
VI
THE CASTAWAYS
VII
THE FREE LANCE
PART TWO
THE BRASS BOUND CHEST
I
THE BARBARY COAST
II
THE GRAVEN IMAGE
III
THE TWELVE REPEATING RIFLES
IV
THE STEEL CLAW
V
THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE
VI
THE ISLAND
VII
CAPTAIN SELOVER LOSES HIS NERVE
VIII
WRECKING OF THE GOLDEN HORN
IX
THE EMPTY BRANDY BOTTLE
X
CHANGE OF MASTERS
XI
THE CORROSIVE
XII
"OLD SCRUBS" COMES ASHORE
XIII
I MAKE MY ESCAPE
XIV
AN ADVENTURE IN THE NIGHT
XV
FIVE HUNDRED YARDS' RANGE
XVI
THE MURDER
XVII
THE OPEN SEA
XVIII
THE CATASTROPHE
PART THREE
THE MAROON
I
IN THE WARDROOM
II
THE JOLLY ROGER
III
THE CACHE
IV
THE TWIN SLABS
V
THE PINWHEEL VOLCANO
VI
MR. DARROW RECEIVES
VII
THE SURVIVORS
VIII
THE MAKER OF MARVELS
IX
THE ACHIEVEMENT
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THE DOOM
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CONTENTS
PART ONE
THE SEA RIDDLE
II. THE "LAUGHING LASS"
III. THE DEATH SHIP
IV. THE SECOND PRIZE CREW
VI. THE CASTAWAYS
VII. THE FREE LANCE
PART TWO
THE BRASS BOUND CHEST
II. THE GRAVEN IMAGE
III. THE TWELVE REPEATING RIFLES
IV. THE STEEL CLAW
VI. THE ISLAND
VII. CAPTAIN SELOVER LOSES HIS NERVE
VIII. WRECKING OF THE "GOLDEN HORN"
IX. THE EMPTY BRANDY BOTTLE
XI. THE CORROSIVE
XII. "OLD SCRUBS" COMES ASHORE
XIII. I MAKE MY ESCAPE
XIV. AN ADVENTURE IN THE NIGHT
XV. FIVE HUNDRED YARDS' RANGE
XVI. THE MURDER
XVII. THE OPEN SEA
XVIII. THE CATASTROPHE
PART THREE
THE MAROON
II. THE JOLLY ROGER
III. THE CACHE
IV. THE TWIN SLABS
VI. MR. DARROW RECEIVES
VII. THE SURVIVORS
VIII. THE MAKER OF MARVELS
IX. THE ACHIEVEMENT
ILLUSTRATIONS
PART ONE
THE SEA RIDDLE
I
DESERT SEAS
II
THE LAUGHING LASS
III
THE DEATH SHIP
IV
THE SECOND PRIZE CREW
V
THE DISAPPEARANCE
VI
THE CASTAWAYS
VII
THE FREE LANCE
PART TWO
THE BRASS BOUND CHEST
I
THE BARBARY COAST
II
THE GRAVEN IMAGE
III
THE TWELVE REPEATING RIFLES
IV
THE STEEL CLAW
V
THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE
VI
THE ISLAND
VII
CAPTAIN SELOVER LOSES HIS NERVE
VIII
WRECKING OF THE GOLDEN HORN
IX
THE EMPTY BRANDY BOTTLE
X
CHANGE OF MASTERS
XI
THE CORROSIVE
XII
"OLD SCRUBS" COMES ASHORE
XIII
I MAKE MY ESCAPE
XIV
AN ADVENTURE IN THE NIGHT
XV
FIVE HUNDRED YARDS' RANGE
XVI
THE MURDER
XVII
THE OPEN SEA
XVIII
THE CATASTROPHE
PART THREE
THE MAROON
I
IN THE WARDROOM
II
THE JOLLY ROGER
III
THE CACHE
IV
THE TWIN SLABS
V
THE PINWHEEL VOLCANO
VI
MR. DARROW RECEIVES
VII
THE SURVIVORS
VIII
THE MAKER OF MARVELS
IX
THE ACHIEVEMENT
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THE DOOM
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OR
SPORTING ADVENTURES
WITH
THE RIFLE AND THE ROD.
BY S. H. HAMMOND.
TO JOHN H. REYNOLDS, ESQ., OF ALBANY.
THE AUTHOR.
INTRODUCTORY.
CONTENTS.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
CHAPTER XVIII.
CHAPTER XIX.
CHAPTER XX.
CHAPTER XXI.
CHAPTER XXII.
CHAPTER XXIII.
CHAPTER XXIV.
CHAPTER XXV.
CHAPTER XXVI.
CHAPTER XXVII.
CHAPTER XXVIII.
CHAPTER XXIX.
CHAPTER XXX.
CHAPTER XXXI.
THE RIFLE AND THE ROD.
CHAPTER I.
A GREAT INSTITUTION.
CHAPTER II.
HURRAH! FOR THE COUNTRY!
CHAPTER III.
THE DEPARTURE--THE STAG HOUNDS--THE CHASE--ROUND LAKE.
CHAPTER IV.
THE DOCTOR'S STORY--A SLIPPERY FISH--A LAWSUIT AND A COMPROMISE.
CHAPTER V.
A FRIGHTENED ANIMAL--TROLLING FOR TROUT--THE BOATMAN'S STORY.
CHAPTER VI.
THE UPPER SARANAC--SPECTACLE PONDS--THE ACCUSATION AND THE DEFENCE--AN
CHAPTER VII.
KINKS!--"DIRTY DOGS"--THE BARKING DOG THAT WAS FOUND
CHAPTER VIII.
STONY BROOK--A GOOD TIME WITH THE TROUT--RACKETT RIVER--TUPPER'S
CHAPTER IX.
HUNTING BY TORCH LIGHT--AN INCOMPETENT JUDGE--A NEW
CHAPTER X.
GRINDSTONE BROOK--FOREST SOUNDS--A FUNNY TREE, COVERED WITH SNOW
CHAPTER XI.
A CONVENTION BROKEN UP IN A BOW--THE CHAIRMAN EJECTED.
CHAPTER XII.
THE FIRST CHAIN OP PONDS--SHOOTING BY TURNS--SHEEP WASHING--A PLUNGE
CHAPTER XIII.
A JOLLY TIME FOR THE DEER--HUNTING ON THE WATER BY DAYLIGHT--MUD LAKE
CHAPTER XIV.
A DEER TRAPPED--THE RESULT OF A COMBAT--A QUESTION OF MENTAL
CHAPTER XV.
HOOKING UP TROUT--THE LEFT BRANCH--THE RAPIDS--A FIGHT WITH A BUCK.
CHAPTER XVI.
ROUND POND--THE PILE DRIVER--A THEORY FOR SPIRITUALISTS.
CHAPTER XVII.
LITTLE TOPPER'S LAKE--A SPIKE BUCK--A THUNDER STORM IN THE FOREST--THE
CHAPTER XVIII.
AN EXPLORING VOYAGE IN AN ALDER SWAMP--A BEAVER DAM--A FAIR SHOT AND A
CHAPTER XIX.
SPALDING'S BEAR STORY--CLIMBING TO AVOID A COLLISION--AN UNEXPECTED
CHAPTER XX.
THE CHASE ON THE ISLAND--THE CHASE IN THE LAKE--THE BEAR--GAMBLING FOR
CHAPTER XXI.
THE DOCTOR AND HIS WIFE ON A FISHING EXCURSION--THE LAW OF THE
CHAPTER XXII.
CHAPTER XXIII.
THE CRICKET IN THE WALL--THE MINISTER'S ILLUSTRATION--OLD MEMORIES.
CHAPTER XXIV.
THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE--"SOME MEN ACHIEVE GREATNESS, AND SOME HAVE
CHAPTER XXV.
HEADED TOWARDS HOME--THE MARTIN AND SABLE HUNTER--HIS
CHAPTER XXVI.
A SURPRISE--A SERENADE--A VISIT FROM STRANGERS--AN
CHAPTER XXVII.
WOULD I WERE A BOY AGAIN.
CHAPTER XXVIII.
HEADED DOWN STREAM--RETURN TO TUPPER'S LAKE--THE CAMP ON THE ISLAND.
CHAPTER XXIX.
A MYSTERIOUS SOUND--TREED BY A MOOSE--ANGLING FOR A POWDER HORN--AN
CHAPTER XXX.
GOOD-BYE--FLOATING DOWN THE RACKETT--A BLACK FOX--A TRICK UPON THE
CHAPTER XXXI.
OUT OF THE WOODS--THE THOUSAND ISLANDS--CAPE VINCENT--BASS FISHING
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  1 onion cut fine in hot butter, but do not brown; stir in some flour; then add milk, salt, pepper and parsley. Let boil up once and add the potatoes to the sauce. Let all get very hot and serve.
  1 bay-leaf and 2 sprigs of thyme chopped fine until tender. Remove the chickens; add 1 tablespoonful of minced pickles, 1 teaspoonful of made mustard, 1 teaspoonful of tarragon and 1/2 cup of mayonnaise sauce. Let boil up and pour over the chickens. Serve with boiled rice.
  2 cloves of garlic chopped in olive-oil. Add 1 cup of tomato-sauce, salt and pepper to taste. Then add the macaroni, and let fry altogether. Serve hot with baked chicken.

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  1 onion cut fine in hot butter, but do not brown; stir in some flour; then add milk, salt, pepper and parsley. Let boil up once and add the potatoes to the sauce. Let all get very hot and serve.
  1 bay-leaf and 2 sprigs of thyme chopped fine until tender. Remove the chickens; add 1 tablespoonful of minced pickles, 1 teaspoonful of made mustard, 1 teaspoonful of tarragon and 1/2 cup of mayonnaise sauce. Let boil up and pour over the chickens. Serve with boiled rice.
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THE MOUNTAINS OF CALIFORNIA
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JOHN MUIR
CONTENTS
CHAPTER
I THE SIERRA NEVADA
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
HOOFED LOCUSTS
CHAPTER I
THE SIERRA NEVADA
CHAPTER II
THE GLACIERS
CHAPTER III
THE SNOW
SNOW-BANNERS
CHAPTER IV
A NEAR VIEW OF THE HIGH SIERRA
CHAPTER V
THE PASSES
CHAPTER VI
THE GLACIER LAKES
SHADOW LAKE
ORANGE LAKE
LAKE STAKE KING
CHAPTER VII
THE GLACIER MEADOWS
HANGING MEADOWS
CHAPTER VIII
THE FORESTS
THE NUT PINE
SUGAR PINE
YELLOW, OR SILVER PINE
DOUGLAS SPRUCE
INCENSE CEDAR
WHITE SILVER FIR
MAGNIFICENT SILVER FIR, OR RED FIR
BIG TREE
TWO-LEAVED, OR TAMARACK, PINE
MOUNTAIN PINE
JUNIPER, OR RED CEDAR
HEMLOCK SPRUCE
DWARF PINE
WHITE PINE
NEEDLE PINE
NUT PINE
CHAPTER IX
THE DOUGLAS SQUIRREL
CHAPTER X
A WIND-STORM IN THE FORESTS
CHAPTER XI
THE RIVER FLOODS
CHAPTER XII
SIERRA THUNDER-STORMS
CHAPTER XIII
THE WATER-OUZEL
CHAPTER XIV
THE WILD SHEEP
CHAPTER XV
IN THE SIERRA FOOT-HILLS
CHAPTER XVI
THE BEE-PASTURES
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CONTENTS
CHAPTER
I THE SIERRA NEVADA
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
HOOFED LOCUSTS
CHAPTER I
THE SIERRA NEVADA
CHAPTER II
THE GLACIERS
CHAPTER III
THE SNOW
SNOW-BANNERS
CHAPTER IV
A NEAR VIEW OF THE HIGH SIERRA
CHAPTER V
THE PASSES
CHAPTER VI
THE GLACIER LAKES
SHADOW LAKE
ORANGE LAKE
LAKE STAKE KING
CHAPTER VII
THE GLACIER MEADOWS
HANGING MEADOWS
CHAPTER VIII
THE FORESTS
THE NUT PINE
SUGAR PINE
YELLOW, OR SILVER PINE
DOUGLAS SPRUCE
INCENSE CEDAR
WHITE SILVER FIR
MAGNIFICENT SILVER FIR, OR RED FIR
BIG TREE
TWO-LEAVED, OR TAMARACK, PINE
MOUNTAIN PINE
JUNIPER, OR RED CEDAR
HEMLOCK SPRUCE
DWARF PINE
WHITE PINE
NEEDLE PINE
NUT PINE
CHAPTER IX
THE DOUGLAS SQUIRREL
CHAPTER X
A WIND-STORM IN THE FORESTS
CHAPTER XI
THE RIVER FLOODS
CHAPTER XII
SIERRA THUNDER-STORMS
CHAPTER XIII
THE WATER-OUZEL
CHAPTER XIV
THE WILD SHEEP
CHAPTER XV
IN THE SIERRA FOOT-HILLS
CHAPTER XVI
THE BEE-PASTURES
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PUNCHINELLO
SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK.
HIGH NOTES BY OUR MUSICAL CRITIC.
LATEST NEWS ITEMS.
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT PROTECTION.
LOT.
A LITERARY VAMPIRE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
THE RELIGION OF TEMPERANCE.
MARRIAGE.
THE CONGRESSMAN TO HIS CRITICS.
GLIMPSES OF FORTUNE.
"COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS."
GENERAL DANA, WHO HAS BROUGHT THE FIRE OF THE "SUN" TO BEAR UPON EVERY
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EDITORIAL WASHING-DAY.
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TIMOTHY TODD.
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ELEVATED STATESMANSHIP--INSOBRIETY THE BEST POLICY.
COMIC ZOOLOGY.
THE VIPER.
WOMAN IN THE CENSUS.
A LETTER FROM A FRIEND.
PHINEAS BRODBRIMME.
OLD IRON.
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.
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ROME.
FRANCE.
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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK.
HIGH NOTES BY OUR MUSICAL CRITIC.
LATEST NEWS ITEMS.
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT PROTECTION.
LOT.
A LITERARY VAMPIRE.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
THE RELIGION OF TEMPERANCE.
MARRIAGE.
THE CONGRESSMAN TO HIS CRITICS.
GLIMPSES OF FORTUNE.
"COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS."
GENERAL DANA, WHO HAS BROUGHT THE FIRE OF THE "SUN" TO BEAR UPON EVERY
THE INDIAN QUESTION.
[AS VIEWED IN THE WEST.]
EDITORIAL WASHING-DAY.
BOOK NOTICES.
NOTICE.
JUMBLES.
TIMOTHY TODD.
THE REIGN OF COUPS.
ELEVATED STATESMANSHIP--INSOBRIETY THE BEST POLICY.
COMIC ZOOLOGY.
THE VIPER.
WOMAN IN THE CENSUS.
A LETTER FROM A FRIEND.
PHINEAS BRODBRIMME.
OLD IRON.
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.
[BY ATLANTIC CABLE.]
ROME.
FRANCE.
S. W. GREEN, PRINTER, CORNER JACOB AND FRANKFORT STREETS.
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PUBLISHED BY THE
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83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE
AN ADAPTATION,
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XII.
A NIGHT OF IT WITH MCLAUGHLIN.
TUBAL. CAIN.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
PAT TO THE QUESTION.
FOLKS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GO TO NEWPORT OR LONG BRANCH, BUT THEY CAN
MURPHY THE CONQUEROR
BY CORPORAL QUINN.
COMIC ZOOLOGY.
THE WATERING PLACES.
A DOG'S TALE.
WHAT IS IT?
THE BOYS OF SAN FRANCISCO, EXASPERATED AT THE CONVERSION OF THEIR DOGS
HINTS FOR--THOSE WHO WILL TAKE THEM.
ANN O. BLUE.
NOW PERFORMING AT THE THEATRE FRANCAIS.
KNIGHT OF ST. CRISPIN.--"PSHAW! THAT'S A MEAN TRICK: WAIT TILL I OPEN
HIRAM GREEN ON THE CHINESE.
MISTER SAMPSON
TREATMENT FOR POTATO BUGS.
OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN.
PAR'S NIPS.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
A PARABLE ABOUT THE TWELFTH OF JULY.
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
PUNCHINELLO.
CONTENTS ENTIRELY ORIGINAL.
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING CO.,
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PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE
AN ADAPTATION,
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XII.
A NIGHT OF IT WITH MCLAUGHLIN.
TUBAL. CAIN.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
PAT TO THE QUESTION.
FOLKS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GO TO NEWPORT OR LONG BRANCH, BUT THEY CAN
MURPHY THE CONQUEROR
BY CORPORAL QUINN.
COMIC ZOOLOGY.
THE WATERING PLACES.
A DOG'S TALE.
WHAT IS IT?
THE BOYS OF SAN FRANCISCO, EXASPERATED AT THE CONVERSION OF THEIR DOGS
HINTS FOR--THOSE WHO WILL TAKE THEM.
ANN O. BLUE.
NOW PERFORMING AT THE THEATRE FRANCAIS.
KNIGHT OF ST. CRISPIN.--"PSHAW! THAT'S A MEAN TRICK: WAIT TILL I OPEN
HIRAM GREEN ON THE CHINESE.
MISTER SAMPSON
TREATMENT FOR POTATO BUGS.
OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN.
PAR'S NIPS.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
A PARABLE ABOUT THE TWELFTH OF JULY.
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
PUNCHINELLO.
CONTENTS ENTIRELY ORIGINAL.
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PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE
MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
THE PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
JUPITER BELLICOSUS.
WILHELM KOENIG VON PRUSSEN.
NAPOLEON, EMPEREUR DES FRANCAIS.
IT CONSISTS OF A CHINESE GONG AND A LOT OF PUPPETS WORKED BY THE HANDS OF
THE VULTURE'S CALL.
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO II.
MR. CARAMEL, WHO IS OBSERVANT, CONTEMPLATIVE, AND GIVEN TO COMPARISON,
THE MISERIES OF A HANDSOME MAN.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
INTO "BIZ" LOUIS NAP HE IS GOING,
FROM AN ANXIOUS MOTHER TO HER DAUGHTER.
MARIA ANASTASIA WIGGINS.
THE PUMP.
HIRAM GREEN'S EXPERIENCE AS AN EDITOR.
HIRAM: GREEN, ESQ.,
COMIC ZOOLOGY
THE WATERING PLACES.
A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME.
I.
II.
III.
"STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY OF BLANK.
MORAL.
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CHINCAPEN.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XIV.
CLOVES FOR THREE.
ALL HAIL!
"THE PERFECT CURE."
ADVICE TO PICNIC PARTIES.
A CHANCE FOR OUR ORGAN GRINDERS.
THE ORIGIN OF PUNCHINELLO.
CURIOSO.
RECIPE TO BE TESTED.
THE WATERING PLACES.
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO III.
LETTER FROM A CROAKER.
UNHAPPY FATHER.
PERFORMED "ON THE BEACH AT LONG BEACH," BY PROFESSOR JAMES FISK, JR.,
HIRAM GREEN ON JERSEY MUSQUITOES.
REFORM IN JUVENILE LITERATURE.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
FINANCIAL.
WALL STREET, AUGUST 2ND.
GREENBAYS.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
AU PRINCE IMPERIAL.
BINGEN ON THE RHINE.
LEOPOLD, SIGMARINGEN-HOHENZOLLERN.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
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83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XIV.
CLOVES FOR THREE.
ALL HAIL!
"THE PERFECT CURE."
ADVICE TO PICNIC PARTIES.
A CHANCE FOR OUR ORGAN GRINDERS.
THE ORIGIN OF PUNCHINELLO.
CURIOSO.
RECIPE TO BE TESTED.
THE WATERING PLACES.
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO III.
LETTER FROM A CROAKER.
UNHAPPY FATHER.
PERFORMED "ON THE BEACH AT LONG BEACH," BY PROFESSOR JAMES FISK, JR.,
HIRAM GREEN ON JERSEY MUSQUITOES.
REFORM IN JUVENILE LITERATURE.
PUNCHINELLO CORRESPONDENCE
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
FINANCIAL.
WALL STREET, AUGUST 2ND.
GREENBAYS.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
AU PRINCE IMPERIAL.
BINGEN ON THE RHINE.
LEOPOLD, SIGMARINGEN-HOHENZOLLERN.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XVI.
AVUNCULAR DEVOTIO
CHINCAPIN AMONG THE FREE LOVERS.
CHINCAPIN.
SCENE: NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE FIVE POINTS
REJUVENATED FRANCE.
WHAT SIGERSON SAYS.
THE WATERING PLACES.
RAMBLINGS.
BY MOSE SKINNER.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
SULPHURO.
COOL, IF NOT COMFORTABLE.
HIRAM GREEN ON BASE BALL.
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO V.
THE BALLARD OF THE GOOD LITTLE BOY, AGED TEN, AND HIS BAD BROTHER.
HINTS FOR THE CENSUS.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
WHAT SHALL WE CALL IT?
ITEMS FROM OUR RURAL REPORTERS.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XVI.
AVUNCULAR DEVOTIO
CHINCAPIN AMONG THE FREE LOVERS.
CHINCAPIN.
SCENE: NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE FIVE POINTS
REJUVENATED FRANCE.
WHAT SIGERSON SAYS.
THE WATERING PLACES.
RAMBLINGS.
BY MOSE SKINNER.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
SULPHURO.
COOL, IF NOT COMFORTABLE.
HIRAM GREEN ON BASE BALL.
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO V.
THE BALLARD OF THE GOOD LITTLE BOY, AGED TEN, AND HIS BAD BROTHER.
HINTS FOR THE CENSUS.
SARSFIELD YOUNG.
WHAT SHALL WE CALL IT?
ITEMS FROM OUR RURAL REPORTERS.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK.
LOOK OUT FOR THE TRAIN]
PATRIOTIC ADORATION.
A TALE OF PHILADELPHIA.
PERIODICAL LITERATURE.
ASTRONOMICAL CONVERSATIONS.
(BY A FATHER AND DAUGHTER RESIDING ON THE PLANET VENUS.)
HELENE."
PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
HINTS UPON HIGH ART.
SUBJECTS FOR WORKS OF HIGH ART.
JUMBLES.
TIMOTHY TODD.
HINTS TO CAR CONDUCTORS.
ENGRAVED BY SPECIAL PERMISSION FOR PUNCHINELLO, FROM THE ORIGINAL
TO CAPTAIN HALL.
(IN ANTICIPATION OF HIS TRIP TO THE POLE.)
HALL! HALL!
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.
ALDERMANIC RECEPTION UP-TOWN.
SNIFFLES LOVES THE SMELL OF ROASTED CHESTNUTS, AND ENJOYS IT FOR HOURS
BUSINESS.
A CHICAGO LAY.
IMPORTANT TO PUBLISHERS.
HUB-BUB.
SPIRITUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CATS.
GOBBO.
"A SON OF ONE OF OUR WEALTHIEST RESIDENTS DISPLAYS GREAT TALENTS AS A
A BIT OF NATURAL HISTORY.
NATIONAL TAXIDERMY.
CABLE NEWS.
(EXCLUSIVELY FOR PUNCHINELLO.)
PRIME.
BOOK NOTICES.
PUNCHINELLO
TERMS TO CLUBS.
WE OFFER AS PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS
FIRST
DANA BICKFORD'S PATENT FAMILY SPINNER,
SECOND
BICKFORD'S CROCHET AND FANCY WORK MACHINES.
THIRD
BICKFORD'S AUTOMATIC FAMILY KNITTER.
FOURTH
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LOOK OUT FOR THE TRAIN]
PATRIOTIC ADORATION.
A TALE OF PHILADELPHIA.
PERIODICAL LITERATURE.
ASTRONOMICAL CONVERSATIONS.
(BY A FATHER AND DAUGHTER RESIDING ON THE PLANET VENUS.)
HELENE."
PLAYS AND SHOWS.
MATADOR.
HINTS UPON HIGH ART.
SUBJECTS FOR WORKS OF HIGH ART.
JUMBLES.
TIMOTHY TODD.
HINTS TO CAR CONDUCTORS.
ENGRAVED BY SPECIAL PERMISSION FOR PUNCHINELLO, FROM THE ORIGINAL
TO CAPTAIN HALL.
(IN ANTICIPATION OF HIS TRIP TO THE POLE.)
HALL! HALL!
CONDENSED CONGRESS.
SENATE.
HOUSE.
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.
ALDERMANIC RECEPTION UP-TOWN.
SNIFFLES LOVES THE SMELL OF ROASTED CHESTNUTS, AND ENJOYS IT FOR HOURS
BUSINESS.
A CHICAGO LAY.
IMPORTANT TO PUBLISHERS.
HUB-BUB.
SPIRITUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CATS.
GOBBO.
"A SON OF ONE OF OUR WEALTHIEST RESIDENTS DISPLAYS GREAT TALENTS AS A
A BIT OF NATURAL HISTORY.
NATIONAL TAXIDERMY.
CABLE NEWS.
(EXCLUSIVELY FOR PUNCHINELLO.)
PRIME.
BOOK NOTICES.
PUNCHINELLO
TERMS TO CLUBS.
WE OFFER AS PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS
FIRST
DANA BICKFORD'S PATENT FAMILY SPINNER,
SECOND
BICKFORD'S CROCHET AND FANCY WORK MACHINES.
THIRD
BICKFORD'S AUTOMATIC FAMILY KNITTER.
FOURTH
AMERICAN BUTTONHOLE, OVERSEAMING, AND SEWING-MACHINE.
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PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY
NEW-YORK
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XV.
"SPOTTED."
CHINCAPIN AT LONG BRANCH.
CHINCAPIN.
"FIFTY DOUSAND FENIANS ARMED MID REPEATERS FOR FRANCE! LET 'EM GO!
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO IV.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
THE WATERING PLACES.
IDIOTIC ITEMS.
POLITICAL CLAPTRAP.
SUMMER ON THE CATSKILLS,
BY REGALIA REYNA.
I.
II.
III.
THE LATEST MELODRAMATIC DODGE OF A PLAYED-OUT POLITICIAN.
PROMPTER DANA, OF THE "SUN," GIVES THE CUE TO A REAL SKELETON.]
CONTEMPORARY SENTIMENTS,
HIRAM GREEN AT THE FEMALE CONVENTION.
SHAKESPEAR. (WM.)
HIRAM GREEN,
BLOCKS AND BLOCKHEADS.
ENGLAND'S QUANDARY.
REPORTER
THE LEAVEN OF LEAVENWORTH.
SHIP AHOY!
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
AERATED VERBIAGE.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
MORAL.
HOMODEIFICATION.
"LUCUS A NON," ETC.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1870.
PUBLISHED BY THE
PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD,
THE MYSTERY OF MR. E. DROOD.
AN ADAPTATION.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
CHAPTER XV.
"SPOTTED."
CHINCAPIN AT LONG BRANCH.
CHINCAPIN.
"FIFTY DOUSAND FENIANS ARMED MID REPEATERS FOR FRANCE! LET 'EM GO!
THE POEMS OF THE CRADLE.
CANTO IV.
OUR PORTFOLIO.
THE WATERING PLACES.
IDIOTIC ITEMS.
POLITICAL CLAPTRAP.
SUMMER ON THE CATSKILLS,
BY REGALIA REYNA.
I.
II.
III.
THE LATEST MELODRAMATIC DODGE OF A PLAYED-OUT POLITICIAN.
PROMPTER DANA, OF THE "SUN," GIVES THE CUE TO A REAL SKELETON.]
CONTEMPORARY SENTIMENTS,
HIRAM GREEN AT THE FEMALE CONVENTION.
SHAKESPEAR. (WM.)
HIRAM GREEN,
BLOCKS AND BLOCKHEADS.
ENGLAND'S QUANDARY.
REPORTER
THE LEAVEN OF LEAVENWORTH.
SHIP AHOY!
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
AERATED VERBIAGE.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
MORAL.
HOMODEIFICATION.
"LUCUS A NON," ETC.
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BY A. T. CAMDEN PRATT.
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SIR HENRY LOCH.
BORN 1827.
MADAME BELLE COLE.
THE LORD BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH.
BORN 1843.
LORD WANTAGE.
BORN 1832.
SIR RICHARD TEMPLE, BART, M.P.
BORN 1826.
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BY E. H. PITCAIRN.
FROM 1825 TO 1870.
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XIX. ZIG-ZAG BATRACHIAN.
BY A. T. CAMDEN PRATT.
II.
SIR HENRY LOCH.
BORN 1827.
MADAME BELLE COLE.
THE LORD BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH.
BORN 1843.
LORD WANTAGE.
BORN 1832.
SIR RICHARD TEMPLE, BART, M.P.
BORN 1826.
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BY E. H. PITCAIRN.
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'TRAYS OF CHARACTER
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P.P.C.
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CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
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CHAPTER XVI
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CHAPTER XVIII
'EDITH OTTLEY.'
CHAPTER XIX
'DEAR MRS OTTLEY,
'AYLMER ROSS'
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
CHAPTER XXVII
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CHAPTER XXI
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ONE WHO LEFT ALL.
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A FRIEND OF PRISONERS.
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A MAN WHO ASKED AND RECEIVED.
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THE STORY OF ROBERT MOFFAT.
"THE LADY WITH THE LAMP."
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LONGFELLOW.
FOR ENGLAND, HOME, AND DUTY.
THE DEATH OF NELSON.
A WOMAN WHO SUCCEEDED BY FAILURE.
THE STORY OF HARRIET NEWELL.
A MARTYR OF THE SOUTH SEAS.