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APOTHECARY.—I do remember an apothecary,
SHAKBPERE.-Romeo and Juliet, Act V. Scene 1.
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act I, Scene 3.
A civil habit
Beaumont and FLETCHER.—Beggar's Bush,
Act II, Scene 3.
Pye.- Alfred, Book II. Line 558.
SHAKSPERE.—Taming of the Shrew, Act IV.
Scene 3. (Petruchio to Catherine.)
Through tatter'd clothes small vices do appear:
SHAKSPERE.-King Lear, Act IV. Scene 6.
(Lear to Gloster.)
Marry, come up, sir, with your gentle blood!
SCOTT.- Fortunes of Nigel, Chapter XXXI.
Opinion's but a fool, that makes us scan
SHAKSPERE.—Pericles, Act II. Scene 2.
(Simonides to the Lords.)
APPEAL. I appeal unto Cæsar.
St. Paul, answering for himself before Festus.
Acts of the Apostles, Chapter XXV. Verse 11. APPENDIX.-A small appendix of mine.
FOOTE.—The Lame Lover, Act III.
APPETITE.-Here's neither want of appetite nor mouths; Pray Heaven we be not scant of meat or mirth.
SCOTT.-Peveril of the Peak, Chapter III. Why, at this rate, a fellow that has but a groat in his pocket, may have a stomach capable of a ten-shilling ordinary.
CONGREVE,-Love for Love, Act II. Scene 7. A stomach as sharp as a shark's; never was in finer condition for feeding.
FOOTE.—The Patron, Act l. Doth not the appetite alter? A man loves the meat in his youth that he cannot endure in his age.
SHAKSPERE.—Much Ado about Nothing, Act II.
Scene 3. (Benedick.)
SHAKSPERE.—Macbeth, Act V. Scene 3.
(Macbeth to the Doctor.) APPLAUSE.—The applause of a single human being is of great consequence.
Boswell's Johnson, 1780.
SHAKSPERE.-King Henry IV. Part II. Act III.
Seene I. (The King's Soliloquy to Sleep.) APPROBATION.—Approbation from Sir Herbert Stanley, is praise indeed.
MORTON.-Cure for the Heart Ache, Act V.
Scene 2. APPROVING.-One self-approving hour whole years out
Pope.-Essay on Man, Epistle IV. Line 255.
GOLDSMITH.- Deserted Village, Line 211.
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act I, Scene 2.
(Horatio to Hamlet.)
ARROW.-I have shot mine arrow o'er the house,
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act V. Scene 2.
(Hamlet to Laertes.) ARROWS.-When bows were bent, and darts were thrawn;
For thrang scarce could they flee; The darts clove arrows as they met, The arrows dart the tree.
Sir John BRUCE.-Hardykoute, 2 Percy
SHAKSPERE.—Merchant of Venice, Act I. Scene 1.
(Bassanio to Antonio.) ART.-To me more dear, congenial to my heart, One native charm, than all the gloss of art.
GOLDSMITH.-Deserted Village, Line 253.
And, even while Fashion's brightest arts decoy,
GOLDSMITH.-Ibid., Line 263.
GRAY.-Elegy, Verse 23. CHAUCER.–The
Reeve's Prol., Line 3380. Our best remains are ashes and a shade.
Francis.-Horace, Book IV. Ode 7.
ASS.-0, that he were here, to write me down, an ass !
SHAKSPERE.-Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV.
Scene 2. (Dogberry.)
ASSEMBLY.-Is our whole dissembly appeared ?
SHAKSPERE.--Macbeth, Act IV. Scene 1.
(Macbeth and the Apparition.)
ATTICUS.-Wbo but must laugh, if such a man there be ? Who would not weep, if Atticus were he ?
Pore. -Prol. to Sat., Line 213.
AUDIENCE. Let me have andience for a word or two.
SAAKSPERE.—As You Like It, Act V. Scene 4.
(Jacques to De Bois.) AULD LANG SYNE.-Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to min'? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And days o' lang syne ?
Burns. -Auld Lang Syne, Verse 1. AUSTERITY.-Here's a starch'd piece of austerity!
BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER.-The Wild Goose
Chase, Act I. Scene 3. AUTHOR.-1. Madam, a man in marvellous foul linen, be
daggled all over, and who, so please you, looks very much
like a poet, wants to speak with you. 2. Shew him up; don't stir, gentlemen, 'tis but an author.
LE SAGE.-Gil Blas, Vol. I. Book III. Chap. 11.
AUTHORITY.- Man, proud man!
SHAKSPERE.--Measure for Measure, Act II.
Scene 2. (Isabella to Angelo.)
BURNS.-Brigs of Ayr.
Thomson.--Autumn, Line 1.
SHAKSPERE.—Macbeth, Act V. Scene 7.
(Macbeth to Macduff.) AWAKE.-Awake, arise, or be for ever fallen!
Milton.--Paradise Lost, Book I. Line 330.
AWAKE.-Awake, Æolian lyre, awake!
GRAY.--Progress of Poesy, Line 1.
Milton.- Paradise Lost, Book V. Lines 18, 896.
(Adam to Eve.)
i BLOOMFIELD.-Farmer's Boy, Spring.
SHAKSPERE.-Julius Cæsar, Act I. Scene 2,
(Cassio to Brutus.) AY.-Ay, marry is't.
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act I. Scene 4.
(Hamlet to Horatio.) Ay, there's the rub!
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act III. Scene 1.
BABE.-Bent o'er her babe, her eye dissolved in dew;
LANGHORNE.—The Country Justice. BACHELOR.—When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married.
SHAKSPERE.-Much Ado About Nothing, Act II.
Scene 3. (Benedick to himself.) BACKING.-Call you that backing of your friends? A plague upon such backing!
SHAKSPERE.-King Henry IV. Part I. Act II.
Scene 4. (Falstaff to Poins.)
POPE.-Essay on Man, Epistle IV. Line 281.