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* A double knavery - How? how?~* Let me see's
w The fu's, R. and C. In for A.
The Moor a free and opera nature Ico,
a The qu's, seems."
Enter Montano, Governor of Cyprus, and two Gentlemen,
Mont. HAT from the Cape can you discern at
fea ? 1. Gent. Nothing at all, it is a high-wrought flood; I cannot 'twixt the heaven and the main Descry a fail,
Mont. Methinks the wind hath spoke aloud at land; A fuller blaft ne'er shook our batt!ements; If it hath ruffian'd so upon the sea, What ribs of oak, when the huge mountain melts,
c The ift q. baven ; R. P. and H. the compoftor hastily put again in the bravens,
wrong place : and what confirms this d The qu’s, dotb speake for balb spoke, fuppofition, this word is the last in the • The 2d q. band for land,
page in that quarto. P. reads, when tbe f The ift q. reads, wbon obe buge buge mountains mell; the rest, wben mountain mes lt; where, in composing mountains mell on them. But the sense the types, the letters It seem to have falo seems to require either the reading of len out of the word mells, and were by the text, or that of P: If it hath ruf.
Can hold the mortise? What shall we hear of this?
2 Gent. A segregation of the Turkish fleet;
Mont. If that the Turkish fleet
fran'd fo upon the fea, as here at land, melt indeed, but never wavu that Iron
Enter a third Gentleman.
3 Gent. News, °Lords, Pour wars are done :
Mont. How ! is this true ?
3 Gent. The ship is here put in,
Mont. I am glad on 't; ’tis a worthy governor.
3 Gent. But this same Cafio, though he speak of comfort
Mont. Pray * heaven he be !
• The 2d q. the fo's, R. J. and C. J. and C. read Veronese; the rett, Yin read Lads for Lords.
ronefo. p The qu's, your for our.
u So the qu's, three ift fo's, and Ci 9 Qu’s, Turke.
the reft, of for 1o. i H. omits noble; the ift q. and P. w All before R. read bimself for binread aneber for a null.
felf's. · The qu's, T. W. and . read ebe for * So the qu's and C; all the resto tbeir.
beavins, . So the qu's, ift f. T. H. and W;
Like a full soldier. Let's to the sea-side, ' ho!
3 Gent. Come, let's do so; For every minute is expectancy Of more · arrivance.
Caf. Thanks to the valiant of this worthy ille,
Mont. Is he well-shipp'd ?
Caf. His bark is stoutly timber'd; and his pilot * Of very expert and approved allowance;
y P. and all after, except C. omit # The fo's and R. read you for ta. bo!
e So the ift q; the ad omits sortby; 2 The remaining part of this speech the rest read warlike for fuortby. is omitted in the ift q.
f The qu's, ar.d for ab! a The 2d q. reads sb' Ayre all blue, & The 4th f. from for agains. &c. The fo's and R. tb' Erial blue, The qu's, beir for tbs. &c. Three ift blew for blue,
i The 2d q. tbe for a. Second q. And.
k 7. proposes to read, Viry expert, . The fo's read arrivancy.
and of approv'd allowance.