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THE NUMEROUS MUTILATIONS OF THE TEXT EMENDED,
THE OBNOXIOUS PUNCTUATION ENTIRELY REVISED,
ALL COLLECTIVELY PRESENTED,
WITH NOTES AND PREFACE,
ALSO A SHORT ESSAY ON THE INTELLECTUAL VALUE OF
AND SOME REMARKS ON THE ORIGIN OF MUTILATIONS.
BY MATTHIAS MULL,
AUTHOR OF SOME “EMENDATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE.
“The proud full sail of his great verse.”
KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, & CO., 1, PATERNOSTER SQUARE.
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November 1, 1884