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ALL.-All men act the player's part.
GOLDSMITH.—The Traveller, Line 64.
POPE.-The Iliad, Book VI. Line 544.
Young.–Night III. Line 452 ; Night V. Line 889. All is not well.
SHAKSPERE.—Hamlet, Act I. Scene 2.
(To Himself.) All's well that ends well, yet.
SHAKSPERE.— All's Well that Ends Well, Act V
Scene 1. (Helena to the Widow.) All men think all men mortal, but themselves.
Dr. Young.–Night I. Line 424. Ay, when the special thing is well obtain'd, That is,--her love; for that is all in all.
SHAKSPERE. -Taming of the Shrew, Act II.
Scene 1. (Baptista to Petruchio.)
PopE.-Essay on Man, Epistle L Line 289. See
title “RIGHT." ALLIGATOR.-Oh, there's nothing to be hoped for from
her! she's as headstrong as an allegory on the banks of the Nile.
SHERIDAN.—The Rivals, Act III. Scene 3. ALLUSIONS.—Nay, no delusions to the past–Lydia is convinced ; speak, child.
* SHERIDAN.—The Rivals, Act V. Scene 3. ALMIGHTY.-These, as they change, Almighty Father, these Are but the varied God! The rolling year Is full of thee.
Thomson.—A Hymn, Line 1.
ALONE.—What is the worst of woes that wait on age ?
BYRON.-Childe Harold, Canto II. Stanza 98.
Scott.-Marmion, Introduction to Canto II. She lived all alone, in a house by herself.
LONGFELLOW.--Hyperion, Book I. Canto II. Nobody with me at sea but myself.
GOLDSMITH.—The Haunch of Venison, Line 60. The time never lies heavy upon him; it is impossible for him to be alone.
Addison.—Spectator, No. XCIII. See title
Then whirl the wretch from high,
GRAY.-Prospect of Eton College, Stanza 8.
SHAKSPERE.-King Richard III., Act I. Scene 3.
(Queen Margaret to Gloster.) The highest and most lofty trees have the most reason to dread the thunder. Rollin.-Ancient History, Book VI. Chap. 2.
I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself, And falls on the other.
SuaksPERE.—Macbeth, Act I. Scene 7. When that the poor have cried, Cæsar hath wept: Ambition should be made of sterner stuff.
SHAKSPERE.-Julius Cæsar, Act III. Scene 2.
(Anthony to the Citizens.) Fling away ambition ; By that sin fell the angels.
SHAKSPERE.—King Henry VIII., Act III. Scene 2.
(Wolsey to Cromwell.)
AMBITION.-A hop and skip shall raise the son of a cob
bler, well underlaid with pieces, to the government of a prince, till overmuch ambitious cutting wears him to his last.
NABBES.-Microcosmus, Act II. From servants hasting to be gods.
POLLOK. - The Course of Time, Book II. AMEN.-Amen! responded my uncle Toby, laying his hand upon his heart.
STERNE.— Tristram Shandy, Vol. IX. Chap. 6. AMONG.
I stood Among them, but not of them.
Byron.—Childe Harold, Canto III, Stanza 113. ANGEL._" In a fortnight or three weeks,” added my uncle
Toby, smiling, “he might march." "He will never march, an' please your honour, in this world," said the corporal. “ He will march,” said my uncle Toby, rising up from the side of the bed, with one shoe off. “An' please your honour," said the corporal, "he will never march but to his grave." “He shall march,” cried my uncle Toby, marching the foot which had a shoe on, though without advancing an inch; “ he shall march to his regiment." "He cannot stand it," said the corporal. “He shall be supported," said my uncle Toby. “He'll drop at last," said the corporal, “and what will become of his boy?” “He shall not drop," said my uncle Toby, firmly. "A-well-a-day! do what we can for him," said Trim, maintaining his point, “ the poor soul will die.“ “ He shall not die, by G-1" cried my uncle Toby. The Accusing Spirit, which few up to Heaven's chancery with the oath, blushed as he gave it in; and the Recording Angel, as he wrote it down, dropped a tear upon the word, and blotted it out for ever.
STERNE.— Tristram Shandy, Vol. VI. Chap. VIII.
CAMPBELL.-Pleasures of Hope, Part II.
BYRON.-Don Juan, Canto II. Stanza 144.
O, the more angel she, And you the blacker devil!
SHAKSPERE.-Othello, Act V. Scene 2.
(Emilia to Othello.)
ANGELS.-Angels and ministers of grace, defend us !
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act I. Scene 4.
(The Ghost scene.) ANGER.-Why, look you, how you storm! I would be friends with you, and have your love.
SHAKSPERE.-Merchant of Venice, Act I, Scene 3.
(Shylock to Antonio.)
Anger is like
SHAKSPERE.—King Henry VIII., Act I. Scene 1.
Never anger Made good guard for itself.
SHAKSPERE.-Anthony and Cleopatra, Act IV.
Scene l. (Mecænas to Cæsar.) You shall see—I'll sweeten her, and she'll cool like a dish of tea.
COLLEY CIBBER.—The Careless Husband, Act IV.
And to be wroth with one we love
COLERIDGE.-Christabel, Part II.
ANGUISH.-One pain is lessen'd by another's anguish;
SHAKSPERE.-Romeo and Juliet, Act I, Scene 2.
(Benvolio to Romeo.) ANNALS. –The short and simple annals of the poor.
GRAY.- Elegy, Verse 8. ANNIHILATE.-Ye gods, annihilate but space and time, And make two lovers happy.
Pope.-Martin Scriblerus, Chapter XI.
ANTICIPATION.-Well, Sir Anthony, since you desire it,
we will not anticipate the past; so mind, young people, our retrospection will now be all to the future.
SHERIDAY.The Rivals, Act IV. Scene 2.
APOTHECARY.-I do remember an apothecary,
SHAKSPERE.—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.)
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.