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SHAKSPEREAN

FLY-LEAVES AND JOTTINGS,

BY

BY H. T. H A L L.

FLY-LEAVES AND JOTTINGS,

new and enlarged Edition,

BY H. T. HALL,

Author of Shaksperean Statistics, Dramatic Album, The May-Queen,

The Latest Edition of the Rye-House Plot, &c.

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To instruct by delighting is a power seldom enjoyed by man, and still seldomer
exercised. It is in this respect that Homer may be called the second of men, and
Shakspere the first."-LONDON MAGAZINE, OCTOBER 1, 1824.

LONDON:

J. RUSSELL SMITH, 36, SOHO SQUARE.

CAMBRIDGE:-H. W. WALLIS, SIDNEY STREET.

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CAMBRIDGE:

PRINTED BY J. WEBB, ALEXANDRA STREET.

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.

THE first edition of this little work having been out of print for some time, I have ventured to publish a second, considerably enlarged, and as I hope, improved. Much new matter has been added, and the whole work has undergone a thorough revision. Its production has been to me a labour of love and delight, and I now consign it to the care and consideration of the lovers of the great dramatist, whose works are characterised by so strong a love and knowledge of humanity, that they have completely outshone the works of all others in

“ this narrow world of ours.”

THE AUTHOR.

CAMBRIDGE, November, 1871,

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