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Some of the plays of Shakespeare are indicated by the initials of the titles, as follow:

A. W.All's Well that Ends Well.
A. and C.Antony and Cleopatra.
A. Y. L.As You Like It.
C. of E.Comedy of Errors.
J. C.Julius Cæsar.
L. L. L.Love's Labour Lost.
M. for M.Measure for Measure.
M. of V.Merchant of Venice.
M. W. of W.Merry Wives of Windsor.
M. N. D.Midsummer Night's Dream.
M. AdoMuch Ado about Nothing.
P. of T.Pericles of Tyre.
R. and J.Romeo and Juliet.
T. of Sh.Taming of the Shrew.
T. of A.Timon of Athens.
T. A.Titus Andronicus.
Tr. and Cr.Troilus and Cressida.
T. N.Twelfth Night.
T. G. of V.Two Gentlemen of Verona.
W. T.Winter's Tale.

(The quotations are from the Globe edition unless otherwise specified.)

Asch.Ascham's Scholemaster.
B. E.Bacon's Essays.
B. and F.Beaumont and Fletcher
B. J.Ben Jonson.
B. J. E. in &c.Every Man in his Humour.
B. J. E. out &c.Every Man out of his Humour.
B. J. Cy.'s Rev.Cynthia's Revels.
B. J. Sil. Wom.Silent Woman.
B. J. Sejan.Sejanus.
B. J. Sad Sh.Sad Shepherd.
L. C.Lover's Complaint.
N. P.North's Plutarch.
P. P.Passionate Pilgrim.
R. of L.Rape of Lucrece.
Sonn.Shakespeare's Sonnets.
V. and A.Venus and Adonis.

Numbers in parentheses thus (81) refer to the paragraphs of the Grammar.

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