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73 enemy for ever
с 34 His ring
- a gamefter, for : 98 32
- was very guilty
99 3 deserves [omitted ACT V.
the duke", pleasure
- must suffer him to take no delight, nor and wav'd her love
no penance; but a'must fast 75 121-hrow, for forew, paffim
offences 19 Lor. A friend? What friend ?
T 28 nor we have not heard
- to be too filent 76 10 My good friend
C immortal founds!
T 24 close it in,
ACI II. 77 4 - Therefore the poet
TIC 9 Nor is not mov'd TC ll 101 71Consider who
с 24 It is your musick, madam, of the house. C 23 Than you much willing
TIC - that virtue
C || 102 14
virtuous duke? 78 8 husbands' welfare,
17 Mar. I knew him &c.
T 14 Go in, Nerissa,
Mar. I know him &c.
с 28 for me;
35 Most power to do most harm,
TIC 7913 whose poly was,
с с 21|1 Lord. Here comes Boyet. 34 And riveted so with faith
C С to contain the ring,
18 And sin
7 Which did
27 | Cat. Did not &c. that bad bild up the
29 Cat. How needless &c. 16 For, by
3.Cat. 'Tis long of you &c. 82 for his weal;
33 Cat. Not till &c. - upon inter’gatories,
i Cat. The hour &c. 34 That I were
3 Cat. Fair fall &c. 5 Cat. Amen; &c. 13 of the which,
T HMMMWWWXXXRM#*#***** 106/22 - confort your grace !
to my heart.
25 Ros. Now, pray you, LOVE'S LABOUR’S LOST.
1071 41-in the white ?
9|By the heart's Аст. І.
35 Cat. Two hot &c. 87 161- living art.
с 40 Cat. Not so, &c. 88 5 it too.
с 43 Cat. To my &c.
2 Cat. He is &c. 89 8 8-to feast expressly am forbid;
5 Lady. No. 13 be thus,
26 Like jewels 90 13 King. Biron is like &c.
28 Did point you to
C IG on may's 91 25 We must lie here 92 6 fashion
АстІІІ. . is but short. 25 the duke's own person? с 109) 7 - sometime
C 93 forbear laughing?
T 5 and to laugh
14 these are complements,
TIC 7 caufe to climb in the merriness.
- and make the men of note: do you 9 with the manner.
note men, that are most affected to
T 29 but so. T
T 94 124 more sweet underitanding, C 21 - my love hobby-horse?
TIC 30 - as a vasal
291 — and this by, in, and witbout, my tender juvenal ? for juvenile,
9 The meaning, passim
181- and I flee. 2 He speaks the clean contrary, 97
28 in the matter, sir, (He speaks the meer contrary,
- but a plantan.
an you saw
mm N N mm
110'36 I will example it :
- honour, 4
C 7 my incony jew! TC ||126 3 - pluck a perjur'd note :
с than French-crown. С 14 Nor never lay
с 19 - for the l'envoy.
C 34 Your eyes do make no coaches in your for plantan.
TIC the argument
to a knot!
T 11221 -Suveet hand
с 28 to a humorous sigh;
С 33 This wimpled, whining,
25 With men, like men, of strange 34. This fignior Junio's giant-dwarf, TC ||128 31 Hence, sirs, away.
T 5 like a tumbler, ftoop! 1293 -heaven Thew his face:
с 6 What? I love! I fue! I seek
с What, what! I love? I lue? I seek
T 9-going right,
- and praise too short
с 19 Which Cupid C||1306 6- the ferowl of night.
T 7 King. And beauty's crest
T King. And beauty's crete
с Act IV. begins the Third Act. TIC
C - ulurping
TC 114) 5 Here by,
Line, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 13 - and again
с subdues a lord.
T 49 One o'these maidi'girdles
T 1151181-vulgar!) is, he came,
T 116 12 A phantasme, a monarcho, TIC 161- of thrift is stopt
T 34 - by the horns, с 20 For favour,
T -reverend sport,
T 117) 4
25 Mark, heaven drowsie 61-in fanguis, blood,
TIC 18 Boyet. An I cannot,
с d' will swear!
т с 118 7 of the dainties
TIC 14 and feel, ingradare) that do fructify - T
24 Hol. A title to Phæbe &c. 119 9 9-jumps
Act V. begins the Fourth Act. T 9 261 bis dreadful thunder;
C 29 quasi pers-one :
T 3! a good lustre
с 121 the Comitted
This is abhominable (which he would 9 the try'd horse
call abominable) it insinuateth me of the 'tired horse
с n- to one of the strange queen's ladies.
T most [omitted
91-ftoln the scraps.
с 18 Sir Natbaniel, this Biron
T the royal hand
T 33 where if, before repait,
TIC - for invention,
culld, cboje; sweet Scene IV. begins the Fourth Act. C
breakings-out 11 The king be is
Sir Nathaniel, as concerning
4 - in a pitch:
T 18 not love ber;
- yourself; 7y/clf, or this gallant
IC 23 and [omitted
ihall pass Pompey
T -no tongue
T - liften, ear!
TIC -the corner-cap of
Scene III. begins the Fifth Act. 124) 7 was earthly
13 -year 17 God amend us, God amend !
-a' kill'd 24 Dumain transform'd !
- nimble stirring 27 By heaven,
г 28 - he is not, corporal;
the day of wrong
139/13/Ware pencils ! How? let
154|33|Cannot pick out 16 A pox
TIC 17|But what was sent to you from fair Du
25 in his, molt tender
T 20 Yes, madam; and moreover,
Il- - then (omitted 23 Vildly compild,
afeard to speak! 291- lovers for't.
5 you see, how 'tis a 140 2 - proud that jeits : с
-you see, how 'tis; 3 So pedant-like
T 9 with such excess,
TIC their folly, paflion's
28 - for Hector's. 30 - to parle, to court
35 Dum. Gift! a nutmeg. 1427 -change you favours
158) 51- would fight, yea, 143 28 They say, that they
the buried :
When he breath’d, he was a man our measure do båt vouchsafe one
But I will forward &c.
T 22 Yet pill me is the moon, and I the man.
41-if a' have [omitted
and that a'wears 28-take we hands
28 Welcome, good Mercade, 16 Gall? bitter.
31 |'Tis heavy on my tongue. 32-lord-calf.
T edge, invincible,
15 A heavy heart bears not an humble tongue; bullets (omitted
too short with pure pure scoff!
18 The extreme parts 13 Adieu, mad wenches.
30 - my griefs are deaf. 2014 kingly-poor
16110 T'bath misbecom'd 14713 this summer
than these are our respects 16 Or angel-veiling clouds: are roses blown,
coat them so. Dismast, their damak sweet commix
162 131- challenge one,
challenge me, by these deserts. ture shewn.
22 To flatter up 25 vildly pen'd,
25 Birox. And what to me, &c. to end of Scene VII. begins the Fifth Act. T
next speech, [omitted
T 148 to her thither?
26A wife! A beard 6 when God doth please :
- lives in the ear 32 Till this man
164) 9Jack hath not Gill; 119 i We came
17 That worthy knight
T 41 - delights
Then nightly sings the staring owl,
C but in that
tu-whit, to who 150
that, to your
с 152 14.
and this the princess 22 To daß it
TIC 251 - in jeers,
AS YOU LIKE IT.
с - by the squire, 34 6 Hath this brave manage, this career, been
Аст І. 153
169 5 - upon this faoion bequcath'd 13 - is vara fine;
с 14 -purfonts three.
- and be naught a while. to parfeet one
and be nought a while. 29 of Pompey the great,
131- what prodigal portion 154 the king's and
23 - your coming before ine is nearer to his 5 - inoff pleases
T 6 Wben zcal
- your coming before ine is nearer to his and the contents
C of that wbich it presents ; 171 3 - Up [omnitted
с 8 There form confounded
TIC 28 There is five
T 321- at Novum,
34 it is the stubbornest Vol. IL
sweet my coz,
173,17 inore than he.
198121 My Speech hath
301 come of?
TIC 174) 7 but I,
C 18 - our sport
TIC 26 ill-favour'dly.
- we play in.
TIC 1341 the argument?
TC 1754 How now, wit, whither
fo keen, 24 who is't that
Because thou art not seen, 26|Cel. My father's love is enough to honour
т с him enough;
с Ref. My father's love is enough to honour
TIC him enough: 176 7What's the news ? 8-much good sport.
ACT III, 177 25- in the man: 30 the princesses call for you.
C 204) 81- of good breeding, or comes 31|I attend them
C 34 but in, as others do,
31 of a mutton
TIC 178 3
C 29 have mock'd me before ;
25 to western Inde,
т с C 179117|I am more proud
с 28 Sticks me at heart.
TIC 30 - as you have exceeded all in proinise, T 207111The quintessence
C - as you have exceeded promise,
-cheek, 34 could give more,
27 - what tedious homily
C 18120 my child's father.
C 182 15 Duke. You, cousin.
TC 18381- but [omitted
с 32 whither wilt thou go?
26 under a tree 1841 2 deareft omitted TIC 28 - forth Comitted
C IT IC 7
4 when I think,
TIC 22 – smirch my face ; TIC 29- in the flyle of the Comitted
TIC 31 We'll have
TIC 9 I will tarry no longer
ånd, I thank God Act II.
21417 Nay, you must
and bow, Audrey ? 187111-pierceth
31 great reckoning
TIC 188 10 brother's,
34 by so much 189127 - lie lame,
9 what d'ye call : 191 21- and to cry
14. his bough, fir, 31 -the hearer
ber bells, so man hath his defires;
TIC 25 Your betters, fir.
a puny tilter, 27-fool [omitted
TIC wreaks to find
T 193) 4
21 -- come [omitted 194 hither;
23 Cume, bring us Cbo.
that deals, and lives by bloody drops? T here shall we see
that eyes, and lives by bloody drops ? C 17 - compliments,
с 1951 9 Ducdame, ducdame, ducdame; TIC 21 That can do hurt.
T 13 What's that ducdame ?
с 1965 he be transformed
220 dear Phæbe,
TIC 16 And cannot have't? What, you look mer?
321-exult, and rail, at once
C -a miserable world,
T 30 -'twill be a eleven;
C 197/26 He, that a fool
с 198/20 how then what then ? let me fee T
flatters how, what then? Let me fee
- am one:
221 31-ye [omitted
IT 6 Dead Mepherd,
hates 27 And I in such a poverty of grace, (attends
to like as much as pleases them; [omitted T 222 it, omitted
T 301- with him, palling fort :
THE TAMING OF THE 223|25|- gain'd my experience.
SHREW. 224/22 can (omitted 225 25
-- to wash him 26 the foolish chroniclers
Induction. 27 it was Hero
C 21 (Brach, Merriman !
с 228 2711.V. What Mall he have, that kill'd the 253 6 horse,
9 he says he is, — say
T 2. V. His leather kin, and horns to wear.
25 An't please
T 1.V. Then sing him home:
26 That come to offer
254 1912 Player. [to the other] Go get a difhclout to wear the horn, the lufty horn;
to make clean your shoes, and I'll speak it was a crcít ere thou wast born:
for the properties. 1. V. Thy father's father wore it;
Exit Player. 2. V. And thy father bore it:
My lord, we must have a shoulder of mutcbo.
ton for a property, and a little vinegar to The horn, the horn, the lusty horn,
make our devil roar.
T is not a thing to laugh to scorn.
C 229 And thy father bore it,
the buttery, 7 Ro. How say you now? is it not past two
And give them friendly welcome every one ; o'clock?
Let them &c.
т 1С And how much Orlando comes ?
C ||255 7
for this seven 232) 7/Within an hour ;
esteemed him 233/33 There is more in it,
31 wit А сту.
34 Or when you wak'd, fo wak'd
4 And rail no interest in me in the world :
6 - she brought 235/17 So so; 'tis good, C 1- John Naps of Greece,
TIC 237132 - what [omitted
C 17 Sly. By th' maís &c. to end of the Scene 35 three year old,
с - put you in
259 2 Sly. Come sit down on my knee. Sim, drink to 24023 lite
her. Song. The fanzas are transposed in Capell:
- about some fifteen year or more. he reads the second last.
8 Sim, drink to ber, Comitted 26 was very untimeable.
13 On peril 241 6 - that fear they hope, and know they
с - that fear their hope, and know their
29 Sly. Marry, I will let them play't. - Is
с 242 9
Here come a pair of very strange beasts, T
Аст І. 22 How seventh
с 24 - I desire you of the like: TIC 21-in fruitful Lombardy,
с 243 upon с 11 My trusty
с - he wou'd say, I lie:
T 31 he's as good
T 244 32 the winter and foul weather :
22110 [omitted 247 nor cannot
- wou'd grow
35 I would