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Without the sensible and a true avouch
Mar. Is it not like the king?
Hor. As thou art to thyself. Such was the a
very armour he had on, When he th' ambitious Norway combated : So frown'd he once, when in an angry parle, He finote the < fleaded - Polack on the ice. 'Tis strange
Mar. Thus twice before, and just at this f dead hour,
Hor. In what particular thought to work, I know not;
Mar. Good now fit down; and tell ine, he that knows,
2 W. rry'd for rruc.
E Qu's mine. a The 2d, 3d, and 4th fo's omit qery. h So all before P. who reads fubje&tis ; b The fo's omit be.
followed by the rest except C. But jub• The fo’s and R. read fledded, fleaded, jeal seems here a noun of multitude, the or fedded, carried on a jlead or flexige. subject part of the land.
d The qu's and three first fo's read i Qu's witb.' Which reading will Pollax ; the 4th f. Poleaxe. Polack an bear, otherwise pointing. inhabitant of Poland, from the French * So the qu's; the rest eas. They Polacque. 7.
might not have the art of casting can. • The qu's and C. read jump for juft. non; if so, they consequently muft buy
f The 3d q. thrce last fo's, and R. it. read fame for dead.
| The 3d and 4th f. Des' for Does,
What might be toward, that this sweaty hafte
Hor, That can I :
m The third q. reads labour,
So the fu's, R. and %. the relt, ren W. and y, read but even now.
• All the editions before P. read come u The 3d q. vanquish?. bri; be alers it to fagbe; followed by w So the qu's, W. and C. the fo's and the reit, except C.
R, .As by rée jame cou’nant; the rest, As p So all the editors read before P. who by that cov'rant. altcrs it to, who by seal'd compact; and * The first q. the fo's, R. and C. read is followed by the rest, except C. article. & H. and 18. read of for ende
y. The first q. reads defiigne; the 2d The qu's, Ibeft for oboje.
de ione; the 3d q. and Sirit f. defigne. 5 The lo's and R. er for of:
i P. and all after, except C. omit for,
Shark'd up a lift of lawlefs refolutes,
e Ber. I think it be no other, but' even fo:
Hor. A s moth it is to trouble the mind's eye.
As fars with trains of fire, and dews of blood,
á So thc qu's aud C, all the rest laid. i P, T, H, and W. omit and.
* Something seems to be wanting b The ad and 3d qu's, omit is. here; a line perhaps might be omitted • The fo's, R. and P. And for As. through mistake, somewhat like the
d So the qu’s, W. and C. the reft, following, compuljarive.
Tremendous prodigies in brav'n affiarda e The lines in italic are omitted in
| So the qu's. the fo's, but restored by R,
R. alters this to, Stars shone with irains First q. enfo for even en fo.
of fire, diws of blod fill, &c. to make & The 3d 4, R. and all after, more for tense of the paílage, without fuppuring morb.
any thing oting ; followed by the h Palmy, i. e, victorious, P. R. alters falmy to flourifhing,
Difaflers in the sun, and the moist far,
And prologue to the omen coming on,
Enter Ghoft P again.
[° spreading his armsa
Mar. Shall I ' ftrike it with my partizan?
m R. and all after (except C. who reads 9 The qu's, It spreads bis arms. The dim'd for in) read, Disasters veil'd ibę fo’s have no direction here. fun.
I The fo's omit this direction, n First q. feare for fierce.
s The qu's read your for you. • T, , and . read omor'da
? So the qu's, and Pe's quarto; the ? Tho qu's omit ngain,
seit, Strike at it, &c.
Mar. 'Tis gone.
Ber. 'Tis here
[" Exit Ghof.
Ber. It was about to speak, when the cock crew.
Hor. And then it started like a guilty thing
Mar. It faded on the crowing of the cock.
u This direction is not marked in the
a So the 3d q. and C. the ist and 2d, qu's.
No Spirit dare furre abroad; the fo's and w The fo's and R. read day for morn. 7. Nspirit can walk abroad; R. No * The fo's read, says.
Spirit dares walk abroad; P. and the relt, y So the qu's and C. the rest, Tbe for No Spirit walks abroad. Tbis.
b The fo's read talks for cakes. * The three last fo's omit then. c So the ist and ad qu's, and the it,
2d and 3d fo's; the rest, no for nor.