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John, Christian name of 1) King J.: John II, 10. III, 1, 137. III, 4, 133 etc. 2) J. of Gaunt: R2 I, 1, 1 etc. H4A II, 2, 70 etc. H6A II, 5, 77. H6B II, 2, 14. H6C I, 1, 19. III, 3, 81. 3) Prince J. of Lancaster: H4A III, 2, 171. IV, 1, 89 etc. 4) Prester J., a fabulous monarch in the East: Ado II, 1, 276. 5) a companion of Robin Hood: “Robin Hood, Scarlet and J.” H4B V, 3, 107. Bardolph called Scarlet and John by Falstaff on account of his red face: Wiv. I, 1, 177. 6) Don J., brother of Don Pedro in Ado II, 1, 1. III, 3, 116. III, 3, 116 IV, 1, 190. IV, 2, 42. V, 1, 242 etc. 7) a friar in Rom. V, 2, 2. V, 3, 250. 8) a priest in R3 III, 2, 111. 9) J. Bates: H5 IV, 1, 87. 10) Sir J. Bracy: H4A II, 4, 367. 11) J. Cade: H6B III, 1, 357 etc. 12) Sir J. Colevile: H4B IV, 3, 42. 13) J. de la Car: H8 I, 1, 218. 14) J. Doit: H4B III, 2, 21. 15) Sir J. Falstaff: Wiv. I, 1, 3. Wiv. I, 1, 3 71 etc. H4A I, 2, 125. II, 1, 75. II, 2, 69 etc. 16) Sir J. Fastolfe: H6A I, 1, 131. 17) J. Goodman: H6B I, 3, 19. 18) J. Hume: H6B I, 2, 68 etc. 19) Sir J. Montgomery: H6C IV, 7, 40. 20) Sir J. Mortimer: H6C I, 2, 62. 21) Sir J. Norbery: R2 II, 1, 284. 22) J. Duke of Norfolk: R3 V, 3, 296. 23) J. Naps of Greece: Shr. Ind. 2, 95. 24) Sir J. Ramston: R2 II, 1, 283. 25) J. Rugby: Wiv. I, 4, 1 etc. 26) a servant of Ford's: Wiv. III, 3, 1. 27) J. Southwell: H6B I, 4, 14. 28) Sir J. Stanley: H6B II, 3, 13. II, 4, 77 etc. 29) John Talbot: H6A IV, 2, 3 etc. 30) his son, young Talbot: H6A IV, 3, 35. IV, 5, 1 etc. 31) Sir J. Umfrevile: H4B I, 1, 34. St. J. Ff in R3 I, 1, 138.
J. Drum's entertainment, i. e. blows as the drum receives: Alls III, 6, 41. cf. Poor-John, Apple-John.
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