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708.-6. “[One after," &c., not in f. e.

7. "Turning to the, &c., not in f. e.
8. "death," in f. e. "lethe."
9. "( Apart," in f. e. "(Aside."
10. "dlie," in le. "true."

11. "loins," in P. e. "limbs."
709.-1. "All." in f. e. "Cit."
3. f. e. insert here, "[Several speaking

at once.'' 3. All.," in f. e. “ Cit.710.-1. "[They are," &c., not in f. e. 711.-1. "ihem," inte. "him."

2 "unlikely," in f. e. "unluckily," 3. " forcing out CINNA," not in t. o.

4. "on," in f. e. “in." 712.-1, "[One after the," &c., not in f. e.

2. "abler," in f. e. "noble.”

3. "older," in f. e. "elder." 713.-1. “did," in f. e. “do." 714.-1, "new.berrted," in f. e. “new

added." 2. "(Lucius falls asleep," not in f. e.

3. " lo renul," not in f. e. 715.-1. "is," in f. e. "are." 2. "word of traitor," in f. e."sword

of traitors." 3. "forward," in f. e. "former."

4. "(Lucilios stands back," not inf. e. 716.-1. "term," in f. e. "time."

2. "those." in f. e. "some."

3. "began," in f. e. "begun." 717.-1. "[Loic Alarums," not in f. e.

2. "(Shaking hans," &c., not in f. e. 718.-1.“

generous," in f. e. general." 2. “Or," in f. e. "And."

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PAGE 732.-7. "art," in f. e. "is."

756.-1. "Sennel," not in f. e. 8. "Alights." in f. e. "sights."

2. f. e. Insert bere, " A Flourish." 733.-1. "know't," in f. e. "know." 757.-1. "the Player King and Player 2. "'Tshall," in f. e. "Shall."

Quran," in f. e. a Xing and a 734.-1. "($hoicing a Paper," not in f. e.

Qurra,"
2. "ripen'd," in f. e.
open'd."

2. err," in f. e. "eart.”
3. "Enjoy," in l. e. "Convey."

3. "Enactors," in f. e. "Enactures.” 4. " foison," in l. e." foisons."

4. "her vow," in f. e. "it now." 5. "heart," in f. e.

758.-1. "raised," in f. e. "razed." 735.-1. "like, in f. e. "as."

2. "the," in f. e. "my." 736.-1. "Taking out," &c., not in f. e.

3. "Enter one with a Recorder," in 2. "Writing, not in l. e.

1. e." Enter the Players with Re3. "untough, in f. e. "unrough."

corders,"
4. "course," in f. e.
cause."

4. " recorder :" in f. e. "recorders :" 737.-1. [Ecil Serv.}," not in t.e.

759.-1. " very many,'

in i. e. "many 2. “chair," in i. e. "cheer.”

many. 3. "May." in f. e.

2. purse," in f. e. “prise." 4. "grief," in f. e. "stutr."

3. "Kneels," in f. e. (Retires and 5. "unto," in f. e. "to."

kneels, 6. “gotten," in f. e. "given."

4. "behind, his Sicord drawn," pot in 7. "farc'd," in f. e. "forc'd."

f. e. 8. "[4 cry within," &c., in f. e. this 5. f. e. insert here, " The King rises direction succeeds the following

and advancer."

6. "(Riring!," not in t.e. 9. "(Erit," not in f. e.

7. "sconce" in . e. "silence." 10. “fear," in f. e. "fears."

8. "(Erit POLONIUS behind the Ar. 11. "quailid," in f. e. "cool'd."

tax," in f. e. "(POLONIUS hides 12. "Re-enter SEYTON," not in f. e.

himxell." 13. "shonld," in f. e. "sball."

9. "send," in f. e. "set." 738.-1. "be," in fe. "being."

760.-1. I Coming forcard)." not in f. e. 739.-1. And God," &c., in f. e." And so 2"Sering the borly of POLONICS," God," &c.

in f. e. "(To POLONIOS." 2. "Pike,” in f. e. pole."

3 “stoop," in f. e. "step." 3. "(Sticking the Pike, "&c., not in f.e. 4. "unarmed," not in f.e.

5. fume," inf. e. *time."

761.-1. "most was," in l. e. "was most." HAMLET.

762.-1. "palated," in f. e. " politic."

2 " see." in f. e. "set.
740.-1. "his Son," in f. e. "Son to Polo 3. “hopes," in f. e. "haps."
nins,"

763.-1. “Quern. HORATIO, and a Gentle 2. Ambassadors," in f. e. "An Am.

man," in f.e. "Queen and HORA. baxsador." 3. "Two Clowns, Grave-diggers," not 2. “Gent.," in f. e. "Hor." in f. e.

3. "dixractel," not in f. e. 4. "Plavers, Sailors," &c., in f. e.

green grase," in f. e.

gras ** Players, Clowns (Grave-dig. gers), Sailors," &c.

764-1. f. e. insert here, "Enter a Gentle 5. "Attendants," in f. e. "other At

man." tendants."

2. “Enter a Gentleman," &c., not in 6. "new," in f. e. "now."

1. e. 741.-1. "armed," not in f. e.

3. "king,” In f. e. "lord." 2. f. e, insert Asterisks, denoting that 4. "with his stoord drawn," in fe. one or more lines are supposed to

"armed." be lost.

3. "still distructed," pot in f. e. 742.-1. Semnel," not in f. e.

765.-1. "(Sings," not in t.e. 2. "The King takes his Seal," not in 2 "Gone to his death-bel,” in fe 1. e.

Go to thy dmth-bed," 3. "bathe," in f. e. "bear."

3. "toas arhite,” in te. "eas as 4. "(Giping them," not in f. e.

rchite." 5. "night-like," in f. e. "nighted."

4. "dancing distrarledly," not in te 743.-1. " whom. in f. e.

" who?"

5. "criminal," inf. e. "crimefn1. 2 "vast," in f. e. "waste" and 766.-1. “Who was," in f. * Woona * waist,"

worth." 3. “bechill'd," in f. e. "distiil'd.”

2. "Sole," in f. e. "Stood." 745.-). "choice," in f. e. "chief."

3. “This report," in f. e. "Sir, this 2. "Running." in f. e. " Wronging."

report. 3. "bawds," in f. e. "bonds."

767.-1. "reduc'd," in f. e. "indu'd.” 4. “squander," in f, e." slander." 769.-1, "on one side," not in L. e. 5. "So now," not in f. e.

2. "sad," in (e, "." 6."111," in f. e. "bare."

3. "[They wrice," not in f.e. 7. "armed as before," not in f. e.

4. "storm in f. e. "fast for 8. "(Pause," not in f. e.

5. "I'll do't," not in le 746.-1. "(Thry struggle," not in f. e.

6. "King." in f. e. " Queen."
2. Heaven's," in f. e. "Heaven."

7. "Quren," not in f. e.
3." lasting fires," in f. e. "fast in 770.-. "own" in f. e. "know."
fires,

2. "fail," in (e. "pall."
747.-1, "despoiled :" in f.e." despatched.” 3. * unfold," in f. e. "unseal."
2. "hlossom," in f. e. "blossoms."

4. "(Gining it," not in f. e.
3. “Hold, heart," in f. e." Hold, hold, 6.","in fe "the."
my heart."

6. “thrown ont," in f. e. these words 4. "And perfidions," not in f. e.

are transposed to the beginning 5. “We will," in f. e. these words

of the line. form part of the preceding speech 7. "his own." in fe "this art of Horatio.

& "court," in f. e. "count." 749.-1. “By henven," in f. e. " It seems." 772.-1. "[F hrought," not in te 2. "day, night," &c., in f. e. "night, 2. "he is better," in f. e. "be's betday," &c.

tered." 750.-1. "(Renul,''not in f. e.

3. “Here is a napkin, rnb thy brows 2. "we all,” in f. e. "all we.”

my son :" inl.e. Here, Hamlet 3. "for," in f. e. " four."

take my nupkin, rub thy bross 4. "[Aside)."' not in f. e.

4. "(She drinks," not in f. e. 5. "To him)," not in f. e.

5. "Thking the Corn," not in te 751.-1. "Ros. smiles)," not in te.

6. "Struggling : HAMLET gets the 752.-1. "What treasure,” in f. e. "What

Cup, not in f. e.
A treasnre."

773.-1. "scene," in f. e. "same."
2. "there was no salt," in f. e. " there

were no sallets.')
753.-1. "passionate the gods," in f. e.
"passion in the gods."

KING LEAR
2. "transgression," iu f. e. "oppres. 774.-1, "of Lear's Train," inf. e "attend.

ing on the King." 754.-1. "to," in f. e. "of."

775.-1. "I love," &c., in i. e. "Sir, I 2. “Manet Ophelia behind, reading,

love," &c. not in f. e.

2 "sphere," in f. e. "eqnare." 3. :(coming forucard);" not in f. e. 3. "plenteons," inf. e "richer."

4. "And as my patron," in l. e. A. 753.-1. "back." in f. e. "back."

my great patron." 2 "unready," not in f. e.

776.-1. "recreant," in f. e. "wiscreant. »

MACBETH. 719.-1. "Sennet," in l. e. "Alarum."

2. "thy," in f. e. "the." 720.-1. "haste," in f. e. "a haste."

2. "comes," in f. e. "seems."

3. "to show," not in f. e. 721.-1. "[Axile)." not in f. e.

2. "ihrusted," in f. e. "trasted.”
3, 4. (Asirl":" not in f. e.
5. "where," in f. e. "whose."
6. “Give your," in f. e. “Give me

7. "(TA BANQU0)," not in f. e. 722.-1. "(Emhrnce," not in f. e.

2. " wind," in f. e. "wing."
3. "more!" in f. e. "mine"
4. "(Embrare," not in f. e.
5. "joith a letter," in f. e. "reading a

letter."
6. "[Rrals]." not in f. e.
7. "blankness," in f. e. "blanket."

8. "[They embrace," not in f. e. 723.-1. fe.insert here" Hrudhoys."

2. "thus," in f. e. "this."

3. “boast," in l. e. "benst." 721.-1. "sleeper," in f. e. "sleep." 725.-!. (Shorcing," inf. e. (Looking on."

2. "in his night-goron," not in f. e. 726.-1. "unravly, not in f. e.

2. “are," in f. e. "is.”

3. "[Lily MACBETI swoons," not in 727.-1. show)," in f. e. "shine)."

2. f. e, add, soundled."

3. "Lay," in f. e. "Let." 728.-1. "quill." in f. e. "bill."

2. “ wearied," in f. e. “weary
3. "(Eceunt Murderers," not in f. e.

4. "eternal," not in f. e. 729.--1, "thy," in f. e. "the."

2. "here," in f. e. " near."
3. f. e. insert here, "Enter first Mur.

derer, to the cloor."
4. "Enter first Murderer," &c., not in

f. e. 5. "him," in f. e. "he." 6. "(Pointing to the Ghost," not in 7. "(Corsing to MACBETH," &c., not

in e.
730.-1. "(Going back." &c., not in f. e.

2. f. e. insert here, “Ghost Rises."
3. “Re-enter Ghost." not in f. e.
4. "exhibit," in f. e. "inhabit" and

"inhibit."
5. “I'll." in f. e. "I."
731.--1. “HECATE," not in f. e.

2. "Witches," not in f. e.
3. "cold." in f. e. "the cold" and

* coldest."
4. "other," in f. e. "three other."

5. "(Eril HECATE," not in f. e. 732.-1." bleaded," in l. e. "bladed."

2. "o'er," in f. e. "on.'
3. "stoop," in f. e. "slope."
4. "Rebellion's," in f. e. “Rebel.

lions."
5. "[The cauldron descends, Hauhoys

Rouni," inf. e. "(Hantiny." 6. "first and last," in l. e."last,"

f. e.

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PAGE 776.–2. "if the seventh day," in f. e. "if, 801.-1. "(Drawing," not in f. e.

827,-1. "[Music," in f. e."[Trumpets." on the tenth day.

2. "skill, youth, and eminence," in 2. "faith,” in f. e. "Pather," 3. "blest,” in f. e. "best."

f. e."youth, place, and emi. 828.-1. "Not,'' in f. e. "But." 4. "nor other foulness," inf.e."mur

nence.

2. "In," in f. e. "I" and "Good." der or foulness." 3. "laws," in f. e. "law."

3. "In troth," in f. e. "I troth” and 5. stoop," in f. e. "step.' 4. "She snatrher," &c., not in f. e.

** By my troth." 777.-1. "Ye," in t. e. "The."

802.-1. "Taking off his Helniet," not inf.e. 4. fe. insert here, *(Retires to a little 2. “ As," in l. e. "At." 2. "shine," in f. e. "stone."

distance." 3. ** the Brutard," not in f. e. 803.-1. "light," in f. e. "sight.”

5. "(Standa back," in f. e. "(Goes to 4. "on," in l. e. "in," 2. "To you your rights," in f. e.

his stand." 5. "[Rends the Letter," not in f. e.

* You, to your rights."

6. "(Retiring," not in f. e. 6. Hiding" in f. e. (Putting up."

7. "forward," in f. e. "out" and 778.-1. "stars!" in f. e. "a star."

"from his post." 779.-1. "[Erit Knight)," not in f. e. 2. "(Re-enter Knight)," not in f. e. OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF VENICE. 829.-1. "starts foricard," in l. e. "rushes

from his post." 3. "strieken," in f. e. "struck." 801.-1. "Governor," in f. e." former 2. "unready," not in f. e. 780.-1. "coxcomb," in f. e. "coscombs.”

Governor."

3. "cries out murder thasp" in f. e. 2. “And tell may fear," in l. e. "And 2. " of Venice," not in f. e.

**cries on murder ?
kuore not hole,"
3. "in choler, not in f. e.

4. f. e, add here, *01010
3. "Singing." not in f. e.
4. "favor," in f. e. "letter."

5. "(Lnol-ing at Rod.," not in f. e. 4. *know." in f. e. "trow." 805.-1. "terms,” in f. e. "term."

830.-1. "locking the Door after him," not 781-1. "worship." in f. e. "worships." 2. "learn'd in forms and usages," in

in f. e. 2. "inyury, not in f. e.

f. e. "trimm'd in forms and 2. "the," in f. e. "thy." 782.-1. “Canst thou," in f. e. “Thou

visages.”

3. f. e. insert here, "[He smothers her." canst,”

3. "clamorous," in f. e. "timorous." 4. "Des. 0, Lord, Lord, Lord ! (He 2. "in haste," in f. e. "f' the haste.” 4. "Laying," in f. e. "Tying.".

emothers her." This liue is not 783.-1. "whether," in f. e. " when." 5. "On an extravagant and wheed

in f. e. 2. “dispatch'd," in f. e. dispatch."

ling," in f.e." In an extravagant 5. "Stabs her," not in f. e. 3. “Although," in f. e. "ay, though."

and wheeling."

831.-1. "(Going to the bad," not in f. e. 4. " your heir," not in f. e. 806.-1. "my," in f. e. "the."

2. "[Threatening her, not in t.e. 6. "Was he," &c., in f. e. “Was he 2. "The senate sent above," in f. e. 3. "heaven," in f. e. heavens." not,' &c.

* The senate hath sent about."

4. "Ground," in f. e. "Bed." 6. " yes, not in f. e. 807.-1." in state," in f. e. "at a table.

5. "wind," in f.e."north" and "air." 7. * As," not in f. e.

2. " with the same," in f. e. "where 6. "[Drawing," not in f. e. 8. " thought fit," in f. e. "thought it

the aim."

832.--1. "Thry hold him," not in f. e. 3. "its," in l. e. "your."

2. “ (Stab her," &c., not in f. e. 9. "our," in f. e. "your.!!

808.-1. "more evidence and overt test," 3. f. e, insert here, "The Moor runs at 10. Finsbury,” in . e. Lipsbury."

in f. e. "more certain and more

Lago and is held and dinarmed 781.-1. "at," in f. e. "you."

overt test.”

by MONTANO; LAGO stabs Emilia, 2. "stand on any shoulders,” in f.e. 2. "had," in f. e. "hare."

then runs out."
"stands on any shoulder."
3. "On," in f. e. "Upon.”

4. "O Desdeniona! Desdemona! dead ! 785.-1. "I Waking," not in f. e.

" in f. e. "lay."

01 "in f. e. "O) Desdemona 2. "salutation, in f. c. "saluta- 809.-1. "pieced," in f. e. "pierced.”

dead, Desdemona 0101 O!" tions." 2. "most, not in f. e.

5. "Enter Lodorico and Cassio," in 3. "it follows," not in f. e. 3. "a prosperous," in f. e. "yonr

1. e. "Enter Lodovico, MONTANO, 4. "dear," not in f. e.

prosperous" and "n gracious."

Cassio, carried in a chair, and 786.-1. "fool tarns knave," in f. e. "knare 4. "the young affects of heat," in l. e.

officers icith LAGO, prisomer." turns fool."

"heat, the young affeets."

6. "Enter MONTANO rith IAGO bound 2. "knave no fool," in f. e. "fool no 5. "connaels," in f. e. "good souls."

and Ofiserr” not in f. e. knave.” 6. “When," in f. e. "For."

7. "(Shorcing it, not in f. e. 3. "(Pointing to KENT," in f. e. 810.-1. "supersupple," in super & "(Proclucing it," pot in f.e. [Looking on KENT.”

subtle.

833.-1, "ihem.” in f. e. "him." 4. "knapp'd," in f. e. "rapp'd."

2. * Florentine," in f. e." Veronese." 2. "When," in f. e. "Where." 5. "thee, in f. e, "me."

811.-1. "and several Islanders," not in f. e. 3. f. e. insert here. “[Falling upon 6. "mouth," in f. e. ** house." 2. "[They kueel," not in f. e.

DESDEMONA." 7. "[Riving," not in f. e.

3. "Inst," in f. e. "leave" and "list." 4. "on the Bed," not in f. e. 8. " tender-hearted," in f. e. "tender 4. "helps," in f. e. "help'd."

hested" and "tender-hefted." 812.-1. "censurer " in f. e "counsellor » 9. "thou hast," in f. e. " hast thou." 2 *[Talks apart," &c., not in f. e. 787.-1. "howl," in f. e. "owl."

3. “makes," in i. e. "make."

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. 2. "their," in f. e. "your." 813.-1. "brach, in f. e. “trash,”

834.-1. "under Ventidius," in f. e. "in 3. " but," in f. e. "that." 2. "attended," in f. e. "and Attend

Ventidius' army." 4. "He, "in f. e. "And.”

2. "in several Parts," in f. e. "dis788.-1. *spectators," in f. e. "specula 3. "elves," in f.e: "lads."

persed in several Parts." tions."

814.-1. "Englishman," in f. e. "English." 835.-1. " doom," in f. e. "damn." 2. "flourishings,” in f e. "furnish- 815.-1. "them," in f. e. "men."

2. "fitly," in f. e. "fully."
ings."
2. "quelled," in f. e. "collied.”

3. "most," not in f. e. 3. "[Thunder," not in f. e.

816.-1. "devotement," in f. e. "denote 4. "fruitfnl," in te. * fertile.” 789.-1. "perjure," in f. e. "perjur'd.”

ment."

836.-1. "repetition sonring," inf. e. "revo790.-- 1. "swamp," in f. e. "ford.” 2. "Probable," in f. e. "Probal.”

lution lowering." 2. "Striker," not in f. e.

3."
angrily," not in f. e.

2. “wonld," inf. e. "conld." 3. "of," in l. e. "on.” 4. "where,” in f. e. " when.”

3. "leave, in f. e. "love." 4. "Keep thy word; do justice," in 5. "to the," not in f. e.

837.-1. "like a fool, the way to lose him," f. e. Keep thy word Justly."

6. " squeak," in f. e.
speak.”

in f. e. "like a fool : the way to 5. "on's," in i. e. of us." 7. "so," not in f. e.

lose him." 6. "Tearing," inf. e."[Tearing of." 817.-1. "onr," in f. e. "her" and "their." 2. " credence,” in f. e. "evidence."

7. "They talk apart," not in f. e. 818.-1. "delations," in f. e. "denote- 838.-1. "Our," in f. e. “One." 792.-1. disposure," in f. e. “displea

ments."

2. "foils," in l. e. "soils."
erre."
2. "fondly," in f. e. "strongly."

3. "Full," in f. e. "Call." 2. "[They hind him:" not in f. e. 819.-1. "suspicion," in f. e. "position."

4. "fleets," in f. e. 793.- 1. "They tear out one Eya," not in f.e. 2. "Cofers to bind his tead," not in 5. "lov'd," in f. e. "dear'd." 2. "Tearing out his other Eys," not

839.-1. "arm-girt," inf. e. "arrogant" and in f. e. 3. "Napkin," in f. e. "Handker.

"termagant.' 3. “Yes, better thus, unknown," &c.,

chief."

2. "boastfully," in f. e. "heastly." in f. e. Yet, better thus, and 820.- 1. "(Reimsing him," not in f. e.

3. "warm," in f. e. ** van'd." known," &c. 2. it," in f. e "them."

4. "Lay," in f. e. "Tie." 4. * wants," in f. e. "means." 821.-1. "knows," in f. e. "feels.”

6. "flood," in f. e. "ferd.” 794.-1, "braves," in f. e. "slaves.”

2. "to," in f. e. "by."

840.-1. "Shake hands," not in f. e. 2. "chain," in f. e. " faror." 3. "sndden," in f. e. "ullen."

2. "No," in f. e. * As,'" 3. "Gining it," not in f. e.

4. "offering il," not in f.e.

811.-1. " you," in f. e. " your.” 795.-1. "May," in f.e." way" and "day." 822.-1. " And shin myself upon," in f. e. 2. " for," in f. e. "of." 2. "French," not in f. e.

** And shut myrelf up in."

3. "My," in f. e. "By." 796.-1. "Horribly," in f. e. "Horrible.”

2. "," in f. e. "the."

4. "hearts," in f. e. heart." 2. "[Helping him wp," not in f. e.

3. "convenient," in f. e. "continu 5. "LANT. takes it," not in f. e. 3. "Struirs and Flowers," in f. e.

6. "and," in f. e. "of." **toildflowers."

823.-1. "shnddering," in f. e. "shadow. 812.-1. "Smell," in l. e. "Swell." 797.-1, "mimics," in f. e. "minces."

ing."

2. f. e. add, " and a Snothsayer." 2. "'Tis a good plot," in f. e. "This 2 "unfitting." in f. e. "unsniting.”

3. * with." In f. e. "my."
a good block."
824.-1, "o'er me in f. e. "Roinan."

4. "Enter a Soothsayar," not in f. e. 3.44 speaking in," in f. e. "speaking 825.-1. "knee," in f. e. "knees."

5. "Afeard," in f. e. ** Fear." 2. "(Kneel," not in f. e.

843.--1. “Elis," not in f. e. 798.-1. "[Draring," not in f. e.

3. "Rin," not in f. e.

2. "O! from Italy," in f. e. these 2. "unextinguish'd blaze," In f. e. 826.-I. "hand," in f. e. "time."

words precede the direction "nndistinguish'd space.” 2. "slowly moving," in L. e. "slow

** Enter, &c. 3. "main," in le. "made."

unmoving,"

3. “'tis," in f. e. " is.” 799.-1. "[Going," not in f. e.

3. "(Kneeling." not in f. e.

4. "Kwife," in l. e. " Dagger." 600.-). Shoreing a Paper)," not in f. e.

4. "Rising," not in f. e.

6. "ELis, not in f. e. 2 " Embracing her," not in f. e.

5. "misdeed," in f. e. "misuse." 844.-1. "(Flourish," not in le

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PAGE 814.-2 Targes," in f. e. "Air targes."

3. "[They take hands," not in l. e. 845.-1. "pyramids," in f.e.pyramises."

2, 3, 4. "[Aside)," not in l. e.
5. "Wules aside," in f. e. "[Rises

and roalka aride."
6. "then," in f. e. there."
816.-1. “Profess," in f. e. "Possess."

2. "by the Bay,” not in f. e.
3. "The burden," not in f. e.
4. f. e. add, of Trumpets with

Drums,
5. "deeds," in f. e. "deed."

6. “Gains," in f. e. "Grants.” 847.-1. “Elis, the Messenger," in f. e. "a

Messenger.' 2. "yon," in f. e. "she." 818.-1. but look'd," inf. e. "not took't."

2. "stay," in l.e. "stain."

3. "their," in l. e. "the." 819.-1. "beli," in . e. "left."

2. "Of," in f. e. "On."
3. "they," in f. e. "who."
4. "wronged," in f. e. "wrong led.”

5. "his," inf. e."their" and "them." 850.-1. [Giring it,” not in f.e.

2. "hag," in f. e. "nag.”

3. f. e. insert here, "[Aside." 851.-1. "By," in f.e. "A."

2. "what," in f. e. "on what." $52.-1. "mooted," inf. e. "mered.”

2. "qualities," in f. e. "quality.”
3. “miseries," in f. e. “measures."
4. “bud,” in f. e. "buds."
5. "who is," not in f. e.
6. "that in deputation," in f. e. "this

in disputation." 7. "(Thyr. kisses," &c., not in f. e. 853.-1. "that," in f. e. "this." 2. "Re-enter," &c., in f. e. this line

is pnt at the end of Antony's

speech.
3. "but," in f. e. “thou.”

4. "," in f, e."and."
854. - 1. f. e. Insert here, "[Aside."

2. who," in f. e. "whom."
3. "Omnes," in f. e. Sold."
4. "Spenking together," in f. e.

*[Several speaking together.
5. “Omurs," in l. e. "Sold. (Several

speaking." 6. “mine," in f. e. "thine." 7. "Thus it mast be," in f. e. these

words form part of Cleopatra's

speech. 8. "bear," in f. e. "herr.” 9. “armed Soldier," in f. e." officer

armed."
10. “Solil.," in f. e. "1 Offic."
855. - 1. "Captains," ic f. e. "Oficers."

2. “Capt.," in f. e. "2 Ofic."
3. "(Exeunt un but ENOBARBUS," in

f. e. "[Exeunt CESAR and his

train."
4. "[Shouta afar off, not in f. e.

5. "gests," in f. e. guests."
856.-1. f. e. Insert bere, "To Scarus."

2. (Pointing to SCARUS, not in f. e.
3. "glowing," in l. e. "holy."
4. "(Lying inwn," not in f. e.
5. "Hore sleep." in f. e. "for sleep.”

6. "Do early," in f. e." Demurely." 857.-1, "spell of Egypt: this great charm,"

in l.e." soul of Egypt this grave

charm."
2. doits," in f. e. "dolts."
3. "under," in fe, into.”
4. "Cæsar's," in l.a. "Cæsar."

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857.-5. "me," not in f. e.

6. "minded," in f. e. "mind.” 858.-1. "his face," not in f. e.

2." compos'd," in f. e. "dispos'd.” 3, 4. "belore, not in f. e.

5. “Thou,” in f. e. "The." 859.-1, "condition," in f.e. conclusion."

2. "port," in f. e. "sport.”
3. f. e. insert here, "She faints."
4. "that," not in f. e.
5. "Split that self noble heart," inf. e.

Splitted the heart."
6. "Weighed," in f. e. "Waged."
7. “Have I followed thee to this?" in

f. e. "I have followed thee to

this."
860.-1. "All." inf. e. "Agr, Mec."

2. "dug," in f. e. "dung.".
3, 4, 5. 1. e, insert here, [Within."
6. "[Dirrms her," in f. e. "Seizes

and disarms her.
7. "

accessary," in f. e. "necessary." 861.-1. "smites," in f. e. "shoots."

2. "(Showing a Paper," not in f. e. 3. "Ye,” in f. e. "The."

4. "mischance," inf. e."my chance." 862,-1. “And," in l. e. "Are."

2. "(Flourish, not in f. e.
3. "spoken," in f. e. "spoke."
4. "assur'd," in f. e. "absurd."
5. "Re-enter," in f. e." Enter."
6. "adder-worm,"inf.e. "odd worm."

7. "nine,” in f. e. "live." 863.-1. "[She applies the Asp." &c., in f. e.

"[To

the Asp which she applies,

&c. 2. "Why," in f. e. "What.” 3. "[Fulls, and dies," in f. e. "[Falls

on a bed, and dier." 4. "all his Train," in f. e. " Attend

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870.-3." pay," in l. e "play.”

contemn," in fe condemna 871.-1, "outstay'd," inte "outstood." 2. "as from the Bowling-alley," DO!

in f. e.
3. "great," not in t.e.
4. " HELEN,” in f. e."a Lady."

5. "HELEN," in f.e. "Laly. 872.-1. "[Kising her," not in te

2. "ihe," in f. e. these. "
3. (Takes out his tahes, " tot in fe
4. "dare,” in f. e. "bare"
5. f. e. add, “The scrar clares. »
6. "fault," in f. e. "vice."
7. "an," not in f. e.
8. (Calls,” in f. e. "[Kaoces."
9. "and makes," in f. e. "yes, and

makes."
874.-1. "had," in f. e. “have."

2. "are, in f. e. " is.”
3. "most," not in f. e.

4. "winged,” in f. e. "winking." 875.-1. "foaming," in t.e. "German.” 876.-1. “Clo.,” not in f. e.

2. "Cym.," not in f. e.

3. "by half," in l.e. "beball."
877.-1. "bob," in f.e.“bribe" and "babe

2 "vigor," in f. e. "Egure."
3. "[Horns wind," not in fe.

4. "Horn)," not in Le. 878.-1. "(Pis. offers a Leiter," not in te

2. "Giving il," not in te.
3. “Who smothers her with paint

ing." in £. e." Whose mother was

her painting," 4. "followers," in fe. "fellows 5. "crack mine eye-balls Erst" is

f. e. " wake mine eye-balls beid

first." 6. "And,” not in f. e. 879.--1. "empty," not in fe 2. "Privy, yet full," in f. e. "Pretty,

and full,"
3. "carriage," in f. e. "courage."

4. “rebuke," in f. e. "rebakes.” 880.-1. "thy," in f. e. "my." 881.-1. "[Seeing the Care, not in fe 2. "(Erit into the Care "in f. e. [ske

enters the Care."
3. " into the Case," not in f.e.

4. "commends," inf.e." commands 882.-1.“

perverse errant," in f. e. "imper

severant.”
2. "[They stand back," not inte
884.-1. "leafy," in f. e. leaf of."
2. "winter-guard,” in f. e. viste

ground.”
3. "is," in f. e. "are."
4. "and lasses must," in f. e."

girls all must."
6. "[They place kim beride Imoges,"

not in f. e. 886.-1. “For lo P in f. e. "Por so."

2. "thy," in l. e. "this."

3. "are,” in f. e. Mare here." 886.-1. "with,” in f. e. "Soar."

2. “You,” in f. e. “Does."
3. "had," in f. e. "heard."

4. f. e. insert here, "[Axide" 887.-1. Slater,” in te elder.

1 in c.e. "them." 3. "Truunpels and Drums," not inte 4. "Alarums on both sides," not iate 5, 6. "Alarums," not in L. e.

7. "Briton," in c. e. "Britis.” 888.-1. "Briton," in f. e." Britis.

2. "we,” in f. e. "29. 889.-1. "[Finding the Table," not ia L &

[graphic]

anis."

CYMBELINE. 864.-1. "of," in f. e. "behind.” 865.-1. "of's," in f. e. "of."

2. "for," in f. e, "to."

3. "Strange," in f. e. “That.” 866.-1, "a beggar would,” &c., in f. e."

beggar; would'st," &c. 867.-1. "approbations," in l.e. "approba

tion.” 2. "and her dolonrs, are wont won

derfully," &c., in f. e." under her

colors, are wonderfully," &c.
3. "more," in f. e. "less.
868.-1. "you'll," in f. e. "you."

2. “ aleard,” in f. e. "a friend."
3. "good your vauntage," in le.

your voyage."
4. "[She talka apart," not in f. e.

5. f. e, insert here, "[Aside)." 869.-1. "instruction," int. e. "instruc

tions." 2. the," in f. e. "a." 3. "and presents it," not in f. e. 4. "chancest," in f. e. "changest.” 5. "cope,” in f. e." 6. “O'er," in f. e. “Or. 7. “th' unnumber'd," in f. e. “ the

number'd." 8. "to," not in f. e. 870.-1. "account beyond," in f. e. "ac

count his beyond."
2. "bo-peeping, in t. e.

by peeping" and "lie peeping."

[graphic]

crop.”

2. "men,

THE END.

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