**Protector,**1) one who favours and defends: “whom we have left --s of the king,”

**H6C I, 2, 57**. “thou p. of this damned strumpet,”

**R3 III, 4, 76**. “under the covering of a careful night, who seemed my good p.”

**Per. I, 2, 82**.

2) a regent:

**H6A I, 1, 37**.

**I, 3, 8**.

**I, 3, 8**

**I, 3, 8**

**I, 3, 8**

**III, 1, 45**.

**III, 1, 45**

**III, 1, 45**

**IV, 1, 48**.

**V, 1, 48**.

**V, 5, 23**.

**H6B I, 1, 39**.

**H6B I, 1, 39**

**H6B I, 1, 39**

**H6B I, 1, 39**

**I, 2, 44**.

**I, 2, 44**

**I, 3, 2**.

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 3, 2**

**I, 4, 79**.

**II, 1, 10**.

**II, 1, 10**

**II, 3, 24**.

**III, 1, 250**.

**IV, 2, 167**.

**H6C I, 1, 240**.

**I, 2, 57**.

**IV, 6, 37**.

**IV, 6, 37**

**R3 I, 3, 14**.

**III, 1, 141**etc.