Play | Key Line | Modern Text | Original Text |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 IV.iv.15 | Whose power was in the first proportion, | Whose Power was in the first proportion; |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.i.23 | The just proportion that we gave them out. | The iust proportion that we gaue them out. |

Henry V | H5 II.ii.109 | But thou, 'gainst all proportion, didst bring in | But thou (gainst all proportion) didst bring in |

Henry V | H5 III.vi.124 | of his ransom, which must proportion the losses we | of his ransome, which must proportion the losses we |

Henry V | H5 IV.i.141 | to it, who to disobey were against all proportion of | to it; who to disobey, were against all proportion of |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.iii.20 | And large proportion of his strong-knit limbs. | And large proportion of his strong knit Limbes. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.iii.52 | And least proportion of humanity. | And least proportion of Humanitie: |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 I.i.231 | Bear that proportion to my flesh and blood | Beare that proportion to my flesh and blood, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 I.iii.52 | In courage, courtship, and proportion. | In Courage, Courtship, and Proportion: |

Henry VIII | H8 V.i.129 | Must bear the same proportion, and not ever | Must beare the same proportion, and not euer |

King Edward III | E3 II.i.104 | By the proportion of her mightiness. | By the proportion of her mightines, |

Macbeth | Mac I.iv.20 | That the proportion both of thanks and payment | That the proportion both of thanks, and payment, |

Measure for Measure | MM I.ii.22 | In any proportion, or in any language. | In any proportion. or in any language. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iv.14 | There must be needs a like proportion | There must be needs a like proportion |

The Merry Wives of Windsor | MW V.v.214 | Where there was no proportion held in love. | Where there was no proportion held in loue: |

Pericles | Per IV.ii.25 | a proportion to live quietly, and so give over. | a proportion to liue quietly, and so giue ouer. |

Richard II | R2 III.iv.41 | Keep law and form and due proportion, | Keepe Law and Forme, and due Proportion, |

Richard II | R2 V.v.43 | When time is broke, and no proportion kept. | When Time is broke, and no Proportion kept? |

Richard III | R3 I.i.18 | I, that am curtailed of this fair proportion, | I, that am curtail'd of this faire Proportion, |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.110 | Usurp the just proportion of my sorrow? | Vsurpe the iust proportion of my Sorrow? |

Richard III | R3 V.iii.26 | And part in just proportion our small power. | And part in iust proportion our small Power. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.iv.21 | you sing pricksong: keeps time, distance, and proportion. | you sing pricksong, keeps time, distance, and proportion, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.106 | Well shalt thou know her by thine own proportion, | Well maist thou know her by thy owne proportion, |

Troilus and Cressida | TC I.iii.87 | Insisture, course, proportion, season, form, | Insisture, course, proportion, season, forme, |

Troilus and Cressida | TC II.ii.29 | The past-proportion of his infinite, | The past proportion of his infinite, |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG II.iii.3 | received my proportion, like the prodigious son, and am | receiu'd my proportion, like the prodigious Sonne, and am |