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Shakespeare,

· MURDER—(continued).
This is the man should do the bloody deed.
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Old men and Beldames in the streets
Do prophesy upon it dangerously.
Young Arthur's death is common in their mouths.

KING JOHN, iv. 2.
Against self-slaughter
There is a prohibition so divine,
That cravens my weak hand.

CYMBELINE, iii. 4.
MURMURERS.

Heaven's peace be with him!
That's Christian care enough : For living murmurers,
There 's places of rebuke.

HENRY VIII. ii. 2.

NAKEDNESS.
Why seek'st thou, then, to cover with excuse,
That which appears in proper nakedness ?

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iv. 1.

NAME.

My fair name (Despite of Death, that lives upon my grave,) To dark dishonour's use thou shalt not have.

RICHARD II. i. l.

Did my father's godson seek your life,
He whom my father named ?

KING LEAR, ii, 1.

Holy varit.

MURDER—(continued). The wicked, in his pride, doth persecute the poor : in secret places doth he murder the innocent.

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Cursed be he that taketh reward to slay an innocent person. And all the people shall say, Amen.

DEUTERONOMY, xxvii.

Thou shalt do no murder.

LITURGY.

MURMURERS. And they forgat God their Saviour, who had done so great things ; but murmured in their tents.

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NAKEDNESS.
To see the nakedness of the land ye are

Ye are spies! come.

GENESIS, xlii,

NAME.

I will give them an everlasting name, that shall not be cut off. So shall your seed and your name remain.

ISAIAH, lvi. & lxvi. Raise up the name of the dead upon his inheritance.

RUTH, iv. He called their names after the names by which his father had called them.

GENESIS, xxvi.
Bring me him up whom I shall name.

I SAMUEL, xxviii.

Shakespeare,

NAME—(continued).
Good name in man and woman,
Is the immediate jewel of their souls.

OTHELLO, iii. 3.

NATURE'S LAW.
Thou, Nature, art my goddess; to thy law
My services are bound.

KING LEAR, i. 2.
NEBUCHADNEZZAR.
I am no great Nebuchadnezzar, sir ; I have not much skill
in grass.

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, iv. 5.

NEED.
Allow not nature more than nature needs.

KING LEAR, ii. 4.

NIGHT SONGS.
No night is now with hymn or carol blest.

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, ii, 2.

NOTE-BOOK.
Set in a note-book, learn'd and conn’d by rote.

JULIUS CÆSAR, iv. 3.
NOURISH.
In soothing them, we nourish 'gainst our senate
The cockle of rebellion.

CORIOLANUS, iii. 1.

Holy Curit.

NAME—(continued).
A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.

PROVERBS, xxii.
A good name is better than precious ointment.

ECCLESIASTES, vii.

NATURE'S LAW. The Gentiles, which have not the law, do by nature the things contained in the law.

ROMANS, ii. NEBUCHADNEZZAR. There fell a voice from Heaven, saying, O King Nebuchadnezzar! to thee it is spoken :—Thy kingdom is departed from thee: and they shall drive thee from men ; they shall make thee to eat grass as oxen.

DANIEL, iv.

NEED.
They that be whole need not a physician, but they that
are sick.

MATTHEW, ix.
NIGHT SONGS.
Where is God my Maker, who giveth songs in the night ?

JOB, xxxv.
Ye shall have a song as in the night.

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NOTE-BOOK.
Note it in a book, that it may be for ever and ever.

ISAIAH, XXX.
NOURISH.
Gorgias hired soldiers, and nourished war continually with
the Jews.

2 MACCABEES, X.

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Shakespeare,

OBEDIENCE.
Let them obey, that know not how to rule.

2 HENRY VI. v. 1.

Heaven doth divide The state of man in divers functions, Setting endeavour in continual motion ; To which is fixed, as an aim or butt, Obedience.

HENRY V. i. 2.

I hourly learn a doctrine of obedience.

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, V. 2.

OFFENCE.
God needs no indirect nor lawless course,
To cut off those that have offended Him.

RICHARD III. i. 4.

And when I give occasion of offence,
Then let me die.

3 HENRY VI. i. 3.

OMNIPOTENT.

God omnipotent
Is mustering in His clouds, on our behalf,
Armies of pestilence.

RICHARD II. iii. 3.

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