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LIST OF PLATES.
12. The Battle.—Troilus engaging Diomed and Ajax.-The body of
Patroclus carried off to Achilles from Hector. 13. Achilles arming on seeing the dead body of Patroclus. 14. The death of Hector.
TIMON OF ATHENS.
1. Timon in his days of prosperity.–Flavius, his steward, grieving
over his imprudent generosity. 2. Timon finds out his extravagance. 3. Timon's servants sent to his false friends to borrow money. 4. The banquet of hot water. 5. Timon in the woods digging for roots, finds gold. 6. Timon gives gold to Alcibiades, who is proceeding to attack Athens,
and to his two mistresses, Phrynia and Timandra. 7. Timon and Flavius. 8. Senators come to entreat Timon to return to Athens and take the
command of the army opposed to Alcibiades.
1. Caius Marcius opposing the people on the subject of the gratuitous
distribution of corn. 2. Caius Marcius alone within the walls of Corioli. 3. Caius Marcius attacking Aufidius, who is rescued by some Volsces. 4. Caius Marcius Coriolanus stands for consul, but by the agency of the
tribunes the people rise against him. 5. Coriolanus going into banishment, taking leave of his family. 6. Coriolanus goes to the house of Aufidius. 7. Coriolanus being appointed general of the Volscian forces, the Ro
mans send and entreat peace in vain. Menenius is then persuaded to go, in hopes that his ancient friendship with Coriolanus may prevail.
8. Coriolanus' mother, wife, and child, with another noble lady of Rome,
come to entreat for peace. Aufidius' old hate being revived by the admiration of the Volsces for Coriolanus, he seeks occasion
to destroy him. 9. Coriolanus accused by Aufidius of having betrayed the trust reposed
in him by the Volsces. They rise against him.
1. Antony offering the crown to Cæsar.—Cassius endeavouring to rouse
Brutus. 2. Brutus with the conspirators. 3. Brutus and Portia. 4. The conspirators coming to fetch Cæsar to the capitol.-Calphurnia
endeavouring to prevent his going. 5. The death of Cæsar. 6. Antony's speech over the dead body of Cæsar. 7. Brutus and Cassius after the reconciliation. 8. Brutus reading.–Ghost of Cæsar enters. 9. Battle of Philippi.—The dead bodies of Cassius and Titinius are
lying in the middle ground.
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. 1. Cleopatra arriving at Taurus. 2. Antony taking leave of Cleopatra on hearing of the death of his wife
Fulvia. 3. The meeting between Octavius Cæsar and Antony. 4. The marriage of Antony with Octavia. 5. The return of Octavia to Rome. 6. Antony perceiving Cleopatra's flight from the battle of Actium. 7. The meeting after the battle. 8. Cleopatra assisting to arm Antony.
9. Antony threatening Cleopatra. 10. Antony calls upon Eros to kill him. 11. Cleopatra, Iras, and Charmian raising up Antony into the monu
ment. The guard are assisting in raising Antony by means of
his cloak tied to the points of their spears. 12. Cæsar's interview with Cleopatra.—Cleopatra kneels. 13. The death of Cleopatra.
1. Belarius and Euriphile stealing Guiderius and Arviragus, sons of
Cymbeline.- Imogen is left sleeping on the couch. 2. The marriage of Cymbeline with the mother of Cloten.-Posthumus
is ingratiating himself with Imogen, and Cloten receiving the
first impression. 3. The banishment of Posthumus.-Enter Cymbeline and lords.The
queen is seen as the instigator of Cymbeline's cruelty; and
Cloten meditating his attack on Posthumus. 4. Posthumus’ wager with lachimo. 5. Iachimo's attempt on Imogen. 6. Iachimo stealing Imogen's bracelet. 7. Cloten tendering his services to Imogen. 8. Iachimo produces the bracelet as testimony of his having won his
wager. 9. Pisanio having, by the order of Posthumus, induced Imogen to go
to Milford Haven to meet him, shows the letter in which Pos
thumus commands her death. 10. Imogen, disguised as a boy, in Belarius' cave. Belarius, Guiderius,
and Arviragus returning. 11. Cloten compelling Pisanio to produce Posthumus' garments, on
discovering that Imogen was gone. 12. Imogen supposed to be dead from the operation of a drug given to
her by Pisanio.-Cloten has been killed by Guiderius, whom he had attacked.-Enter Arviragus bearing Imogen as dead in his arms.
13. Imogen, having been laid by the headless body of Cloten, from the
garments, supposes it to be Posthumus. She is found by Lucius. 14. The rescue of Cymbeline by Belarius, Guiderius, and Arviragus.
Leonatus Posthumus, having come over in the Roman army, throws off his armour, and, disguised as a peasant, seconds the
Britons; he vanquisheth and disarmeth Iachimo. 15. Posthumus resumes the Roman habit, and yields himself a prisoner. 16. Posthumus' vision in the prison. 17. Cymbeline having promised Imogen, as Lucius' page, any request
she can have to make, she desires that Iachimo may be compelled to show how he obtained Posthumus' ring. Belarius, Guiderius,
and Arviragus, in doubt about the identity of Imogen. 18. Imogen discovers herself. Belarius restores Guiderius and Arviragus
to Cymbeline as his sons.
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE.
1. Simonides giving Thaisa to Pericles. 2. Thaisa's burial at sea. 3. The revival of Thaisa in the house of Cerimon. 4. Marina rescued from Lionine by pirates. 5. Cleon shows Pericles the tomb of Marina, professing that she had
died a natural death. 6. The visit of Lysimachus to Marina at Boult's house. 7. Marina and Lysimachus. 8. Pericles discovers Marina, who has been introduced to him as a
stranger to relieve his woes by her conversation and her music. 9. The discovery of Thaisa in the temple of Diana, whither Pericles
had gone, in obedience to a vision from the goddess.