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VOL. I.

87,

92,

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427,

Page 50, Reed 468, for “amendment that that” read “ amendment than that.”

229, for “ from an inattention " read “ from inattention," &c.

269, for “ their sentiment” read the sentiment.”
127, 377, for “encomiums " read “ encomium;" with a semicolon after

measures ;” Dele a before Plato.
137, 141, for “ chronicles " read “ chroniclers."
168, 363, for “I out” read “Icut out."

367, for “ milk my eyes" read milk my ewes."
188,

for “ general suggestions” read generous suggestions."
205, 170, for “ celeribus " read “sceleribus."
922, 362, for “ to the age's tooth” read “ for the age's tooth.”
232, ........
for nuptual ” read “
nuptial,and for “ * transported'

» read
" transport."
266, 74, before “ Lord Hereford,” &c. insert “ Berk.”
282,

for “ his mercy" read " his good mercy."
284, ........ 169, the comma after “ wistly” should follow “

speak in't.
285, 166, for “ Phoebus " read “ Rhæbus."
296,

248, for “ Parmenio” read “ Parmeno."
30.3,

In the sonnet, for“ softly breathe” read “ softly sing."
24, from

“Out of a deal,' &c. dele of.
349,

28, for “ Who might perhaps” read" We might perhaps," &c.
351,

60, for “thein others" read “the mothers."
392, 23, for “ then should read” put " then we should read,"
402, 95, for “supremes of state " read “supremes of states."

364, for “ do not pluck down" read “ do one pluck down."

349,

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431,

VOL. II.

your ears."

21, ............... After “ in reproof of this lies the jest," add, and in Troilus and

Cressida. Act 1, Sc. 3,

In reproof of chance

“ Lies the true proof of men.
Page 58,
................. In the

passage from Lee, for “I bear you that” read “I bar you

that.”
68, Reed 161, for “ sail” read “ sails.”
125, 528, for “ends forth” read “send forth."
128,

539, for “ too rooted” read “ too deeply rooted.”
131. 553, for “ same" read " sane,"
132, 566, dismiss after “no cause, no cause," the note of admiration,
135, 581, for “ man's work” read “a man's work."
138,

9, for “ our ears ” read "
143,

In the emended text for “We have dispatch'dread “We here

dispatch,” &c.
153,

In the Italian sentence, for “itread il."
156, 64, for “hour” read seuson."
178, 209, for “ interpretators” read "interpreters."
194, ........ 270, for “ Ballerophon " read Bellerophon
929, 584, after “Mr. Steevens, in a remark” read the words which follow

' upon a passage in Pericles was not correct, in asserting that this

name in Cymbeline is always Posthiūmus.
248, 47, Regulate the metre after

And wear it kind

my

lord ?
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---- I am so far
Already in your gifts.
All

So are we all.
262, .............. after “himself by't," instead of " but then” read but I think

that,&c.
290, instead of " and is his happiest” read " and in his happiest,” &c.
299,

in the passage from Camden, for “ virtue's" read " viftues.'
331,

for the captain in the citadel ” read “ the captains,” &c.
374, 506, for “are you man” read “ are you mad.".
375,

The note of interrogation aced after“ villain" belongs to "thunder,"
434, 321, for " king doubt” read. king double.

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