1. Hamlet's advice to the players, Tragedy of Hamlet, 369
2 Douglas' account of himself, Tragedy of Douglas, 370
4. Sempronius' speech for war, Tragedy of Cato, 372
5. Lucius' speech for peace,
6. Hotspur's account of the fop, 1 Henry IV. 372
- soliloquy on the contents of a letter, ib. 373
8. Othello's apology for his marriage, Tragedy of Othello, 374
9. Henry IV's soliloquy on sleep, 2 Henry IV. 375
10 Bobadil's method of defeating an
Every man in his humor, 376
11. Soliloquy of Hamlet's uncle on the
murder of his brother, Tragedy of Hamlet,
12 Soliloquy of Hamlet on death,
13. Falstaff's encomiums on sack, 2 Henry IV.
14. Prologue to the Tragedy of Cato, Pope, ,
15. Cato's soliloquy on the immortality
of the soul,
Tragedy of Cato, 880
16. Speech of Henry V. at the siege of
Shakespeare's Henry V. 381
-before the battle
19. Soliloquy of Dick the apprentice, Farce the Apprentice, ib.
20. Cassius instigating Brutus to join the
conspiracy against Cesar, Tragedy of Julius Cesar, 383
21. Brutus' harrangue on the death of Cesar, ib.
22. Antony's oration over Cesar's body, ib.
23 Falstaff's soliloquy on honor, Henry IV. 388
24. Part of Richard IIId's soliloquy the night
preceding the battle of Bosworth, Tragedy of Richard IIId. ib.
25. The world compared to a stage, As you like it, 389
APPENDIX-Containing concise lessons on a new plan,