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Shakespeare,

COMMANDMENTS.

Obey thy parents ; keep thy word justly; swear not ; commit not with man's sworn spouse; set not thy sweet heart on proud array.

KING LEAR, iii. 4.

Thou shalt not steal.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE, i. 2.

CONSCIENCE.
The worm of conscience still be-gnaw thy soul !

RICHARD III. i. 3.

I 'll haunt thee like a wicked conscience still.

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, v. 11.

With God, her conscience, and these bars against me.

RICHARD III. i. 2.

I feel within me a peace above all earthly dignities,
A still and quiet conscience.

HENRY VIII. iii. 2.

CONTEMPLATION.

If we did think
His contemplation were above the earth,
And fix'd on spiritual object, he should still
Dwell in his musings.

HENRY VIII. iii. 2.

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Holy Writ.

COMMANDMENTS. And Moses was with the Lord forty days and forty nights ; and he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant, the ten commandments; and he gave in commandment to the children of Israel all that the Lord had spoken.

Exodus, xxxiv.

Your eyes have seen all the great acts of the Lord, therefore shall ye keep all the commandments.

DEUTERONOMY, xi.

CONSCIENCE.
Their mind and conscience is defiled.

TITUS, i.

And they which heard it, being convicted by their own conscience, went out one by one.

John, viii.

Their conscience also bearing witness, and their thoughts the meanwhile accusing.

Romans, ii.

For our rejoicing is this,

the testimony of our conscience.

2 CORINTHIANS, i.

CONTEMPLATION.

Hear my prayer, O Lord ! give ear to my supplications : I remember the days of old ; I meditate on all Thy works: I muse on the works of Thy hands.

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Shakespeare,

COMMANDER.
We'll do thee homage, and be ruld by thee,
Love thee as our commander, and our king.

Two GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iv. 1.

CORRECTION.

This sorrow 's heavenly ; It strikes where it doth love.

OTHELLO, v. 2. Since correction lieth in those hands, Which made the fault, that we cannot correct, Put we our quarrel to the will of Heaven.

RICHARD II. i. 2.

CRIME.
If you bethink yourself of any crime,
Unreconcil'd as yet to Heaven and grace,
Solicit for it straight.

OTHELLO, v. 2.

CROWN.

Not to-day, O Lord !
O, not to-day! think not upon the fault
My father made in compassing the crown.

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KING JOHN, iv. 2.

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Our holy lives must win a new world's crown, l, our profane hours here, have stricken down.

RICHARD II. v. 1.

Holy Writ.

COMMANDER. I have given him for a leader and commander to the people.

ISAIAH, lv.

CORRECTION.
Whom the Lord loveth, He correcteth.

PROVERBS, iii.

Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth.

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CRIME. This is an heinous crime, it is an iniquity to be punished by the judges : what then shall I do when God riseth up ? when He visiteth, what shall I answer Him?

JOB, xxxi.

CROWN. And he took their King's crown from off his head : and it was set on David's head.

2 SAMUEL, xii.

Thus saith the Lord God; Remove the diadem, and take off the crown.

EZEKIEL, xxi. Thou hast made void the covenant of Thy servant, Thou hast profaned his crown.

PSALM Ixxxix. Now they do this to obtain a corruptible crown, but we an incorruptible.

1 CORINTHIANS, ix.

Shakespeare,

CRUEL.
I, that am cruel, am yet merciful.

OTHELLO, v. 2.

You must not dare, for shame, to talk of mercy.

HENRY V. ii. 2.

CURSES.

Their curses now Live where their prayers did.

HENRY VIII. i. 2. Can curses pierce the clouds, and enter Heaven ?

RICHARD III. i. 3.

DAMNATION. If thou dost slander her, and torture me, Never pray more; abandon all remorse; Do deeds to make Heaven weep, all earth amaz’d; For nothing canst thou to damnation add, Greater than that!

OTHELLO, iii. 3.

O! when the last account 'twixt Heaven and earth Is to be made, then shall this hand and seal Witness against us to damnation.

KING JOHN, iv. 2.

DEATH.
We cannot hold mortality's strong hand.

Have I commandment on the pulse of life?

KING JOHN, iv. 2.

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