**People,**subst. 1) all the persons who compose a nation or any community (never plur.

**--s**): Lucr. Arg.

**Tp. IV, 64**

**Tp. IV, 64**

**Tp. I, 2, 141**.

**II, 1, 164**.

**Meas. I, 1, 10**.

**Meas. I, 1, 10**

**I, 3, 35**.

**I, 3, 35**

**As I, 3, 81**.

**John III, 4, 150**.

**IV, 2, 144**.

**V, 1, 9**.

**H4A V, 1, 104**.

**H5 III, 3, 28**.

**III, 5, 24**“(a more frosty p.).”

**H6A V, 5, 93**.

**H6B I, 1, 79**.

**H6C III, 3, 117**.

**Caes. IV, 3, 204**.

**Hml. IV, 5, 81**etc.

2) the commonalty, in contradistinction to the nobility (“the common p.:”

**R2 I, 4, 24**.

**H6B I, 1, 158**.

**H6C II, 6, 8**.

**IV, 2, 2**etc.): “our p. and our peers are both misled,”

**H6C III, 3, 35**. “chief enemy to the p.”

**Cor. I, 1, 8**. “always loved the p.”

**Cor. I, 1, 8**“tribunes for the p.”

**Cor. I, 1, 8**

**I, 2, 11**.

**II, 1, 4**and passim in this tragedy.

3) persons, men indefinitely: “the world's poor p. are amazed at apparitions,”

**Ven. 925**. “like a press of p.”

**Lucr. 1301**. “these are p. of the island,”

**Tp. III, 3, 30**.

**V, 184**. “if these be good p.”

**Meas. II, 1, 42**.

**Err. V, 38**.

**Err. V, 38**

**Err. V, 38**

**Ado II, 1, 266**.

**V, 1, 290**.

**LLL V, 2, 832**.

**IV, 2, 61**.

**Merch. III, 2, 143**.

**V, 295**.

**As I, 2, 292**.

**II, 3, 5**.

**III, 2, 166**.

**Tw. I, 5, 119**.

**IV, 1, 29**.

**V, 347**.

**R2 V, 5, 10**.

**R2 V, 5, 10**

**Tit. III, 1, 277**.

**Mcb. I, 7, 33**.

**IV, 3, 150**.

**Ant. I, 1, 54**etc.

4) attendants, followers, troops: “you slew great number of his p.”

**Tw. III, 3, 29**. “a thousand of his p. butchered,”

**H4A I, 1, 42**. “my p. are with sickness much enfeebled,”

**H5 III, 6, 154**. “fan our p. cold,”

**Mcb. I, 2, 50**. “the tyrant's p. on both sides do fight,”

**V, 7, 25**. Quite == servants: “mine own p.”

**Wiv. II, 2, 52**.

**IV, 2, 14**.

**As I, 1, 176**. “my p.”

**Merch. III, 4, 37**.

**Tw. I, 5, 112**.

**II, 5, 64**.

**III, 4, 69**.

**Wint. I, 2, 450**.

**Lr. I, 4, 277**.

**Lr. I, 4, 277**

**Oth. I, 1, 142**. “your p.”

**Mids. IV, 1, 43**. “his p.”

**Lr. II, 4, 291**.

**IV, 7, 88**.