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Act II. Sc. 4. « Warrant thee." 1623.

"Sc. 5. "But old folks, marry, fare as they were

dead." R. G. W.

Act V. Sc. 1. "If I may trust the flattering' sooth of sleep." R. G. W.

TIMON OF ATHENS.

Act III. Sc. 1. "This slave, unto his honour, has," &c. (R. G. w.), 1G23.

;/ Sc. 4. "Lucullus and Sempronius: Fentidius, all." R. G. W.

"Sc. 5. "J say, my lords." R. G. W.

"Sc. 6. "Of man and beast the infectious malady."

(Suggested.) R. G. W.

JULIUS CAESAR.

Act I. Sc. 1." but withal, I am, sir." R. G. W.

"""If you do find them deck'd with ceremony." R. G. W.

"Sc. 2. "Calpurnia." R. G. W.

"""— the rabblement shouted." Hanmer.

"Sc. 3. "And case yourself in wonder." R. G. W.

"""Why old men fool, and children calculate." R. G. W.

Act III. Sc. 1. "Our arms, in strength of malice." (r. G. W.), 1623.

"""A curse shall light upon the sons of men."

(Suggested.) R. G. W.

Act IV. Sc. 2. "Lucius, do you the like,

LucUius and Titinius," &c. CRAIK.

"Sc. 3. "Wherein my letter . . . was slighted off." R. G. W.

MACBETH.

Act I. Sc. 7. "If 'twere done when 'tis done, then 'twere

well." (r. G. w.), 1623.

Act II. Sc. 1. "That which hath made them drunk," &c.

[Arrangement of Scene.] R. G. W.

Act III. Sc. 4. "If trembling I inhabit, then protest." (R. G. w.), 1623.

"""The natural ruby of your cheek." R. G. W.

"""There's not a man of them." R. G. W.

Act IV. Sc. 1. "But no more sprites." R. G. W.

Act V. Sc. 7. "I see thee compassed with thy kingdom's peers,"

HAMLET,

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And carriage of the article's design." R. G. W.

<■ ___ and one drooping eye." R. G. w.

♦ It lifted up it head." 1604, 1623.

■—- our duties to your honour." R. G. w.

The sanity and health of the whole State." R. G.w.

—— in his peculiar sect and place." R. G. w.

'Are most select and generous in that." R. G. w.

'The courtier's, scholars, soldier's eye," &c. R. G. w. '——-nor the gait of Christian, pagan, or

Turk." 1603.

«. 'fore I'll have a suit of sables." Warburton.

'A whole one, ay." R. G. w.

'—- who all sense doth eat

6f habit's evil." Thirlby.

good she were spoken

R. G. w.

-—-how abhorred my imagination is." (R. G. w.)> 1623.

And stand a cement 'tween their amities." Iianivikr.

Things standing thus unknown shall leave

behind me." (R. G. w.), 1603,1604.

[Aside.] 'Twere
with."

KING LEAR.

Act I. Sc. 1. "Sir, I am made of that self metal."

"Sc. 4. "Kent, This is nothing, Fool."

it ""And do thou for him stand."

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Hear, Nature! hear, dear goddess, hear!"

——' And shall find time' —

'From this enormous state '—•< Seeking to give

Losses their remedies ' — All weary," &c.

(R. G. w.), 1623.

——- give me that patience I need." R. G. W.

corruption in the palace." R. G. W.

Act IV. Sc. 3. "And clamour-moistened.," &c. R. G. W.

"Sc. 6. "■—— To say ay and no to every thing that

I said ay and no to, was no good divinity." R. G. w. (?)

if ""What! with this case of eyes?" Rowe.

Act II. Sc. 2.

"Sc. 4. Act III. Sc. 6.

A-ct Y. Sc. 3. "If more, the more tliou then hast loronged

me." (Suggested.) R. G. w.

"""This is a dull light." R. G. w.

OTHELLO.

Act I. Sc. 1. "(A fellow almost damn'd in a fair wise.)" R. G. w. Act II. Se. 1. "Traitors enscarp'd," &e. R. G. W

/; Sc. 3. "Hold, hold! the General speaks to you*.

for shame." R. G. w.

Act III. Sc. 3. "— and of my jealousy

Shape faults that are not." R. G. w.

Act IV. Sc. 2. "I should make very forges of thy cheeks."

(Suggested.) R. G. w.

Act V. Sc. 2. "Put out the light, and then put out," &c.

(R. G. w.)} 1623.

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.

Act I. Sc. 4. "An arm-girt steed." Heath.

(' rampant * suggested.) R. G. w.

Act II. Sc. 2. "— 'Tis nobly spoken." R. G. W.

"Sc. 5. "That art but what thou'rt sure of." R. G. w.

Act III. Sc. 7. "If not, denounce 't against us." R. G. w

"Sc. 10. "To the grand sea." R. G. w.

"Sc. 11. "HavepricWd his Captainship." (Suggested.) R. G. W.

n ""To lay his gay caparisons apart." R. G. w.

"""And answer me, sword against sword declined." (Suggested.) R. G. w.

Act IV. Sc. 10. "——Ascend we then

"Where their appointment," &c. R. G. w.

Act V. Sc. 1. "Or looWd on thine." R. G. w.

GYMBELINE.

Act I. Sc. 1." ■ who did gain his honour

Against the Romans," &c. R. G. w.

"ii "And cere up my embracements from a next

With bands of death." R. G. w.

"Sc. 2. "While sense can keep it own." (Suggested.) R. G. w. "Sc. 5." her adorer and her friend." R. G. w. Act I. Sc. 5." and, to bar your offence hereinto.'* R. G. W.

"Sc. 6. "Should he make thee

Live like Diana's priest?" R. G. W.

"Sc. 7. "What, clear sir,

Thus wraps you f" R. G. W.

Act II. Sc. 3. "Fools cure not mad folks." Warburton.

Act III. Sc. 2. "Justice . . . could not be cruel to me so as

you, O the dearest of creatures." R. G. w.

Act IV. Sc. 1. "For W effect of judgment." R. G. W.

PERICLES.

Act II. Gower. "Thinks all is writ he spehen can." R. G. W.

"Sc. 2. "These cates resist me, she ~but thought upon." Mason.

Act III. Chor. "E'er the blither for their drouth." R. G. w.

"Sc. 2. "And all-to topple." R. G. w.

Act IV. Sc. 2. "Ay to a leaven." R. G. w.

"Sc. 5. "Bawd. [Not Boult.} For flesh and blood," &c. R. G. w

"""Bawd. [Not Boult.] O, sir, I can be modest." R. G. w.

Act V. Sc. 2. "What means the nun?" Collier, R. G. W.

TABLE OF CORRUPTED READINGS,

NO RESTORATION OF WHICH IS ATTEMPTED IN THE TEXT OF THIS EDITION, AND OF PASSAGES THE PURITY OF WHICH IS DOUBTFUL.

[Those passages in which corruption is only suspected are indicated by an interrogation mark (? ).]

LUCRE CE. Stan. 1, p. 73. "Yet foul night-waking cat."

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.

Act III. Sc. 1. "Concolinel."

Act IV. Sc. 1. "To see him kiss his, hand," &c. [A line lost, perhaps.] (?)

"Sc. 3. "The hue of dungeons and the schoole of night." (?)

"""And when Love speaks, the voice of all the gods

Make Heaven drowsy," &c. (?)

Act V. Sc. 1. "I do beseech thee, remember thy courtesy." (?)

A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM.

Act II. Sc. 1. "The human mortals want their winter here." Act V. Sc. 1. "That is hot ice and wondrous strange snow." (?) """These lily lips." (?)

AS YOU LIKE IT.

Act III. Sc. 3. "—- homes even so poore men alone." (?)

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

Act I. Sc. 1. "Not my virginity yet," &c. [Hiatus.]
Act II. Sc. 2. "The fellow has a deal of that too much," &c. (?)
Act IV. Sc. 2. "I see that men make ropes in such a scarre."

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