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AND ORME; F. AND C. RIVINGTON ; W. J. AND J. RICHARD-
256. “ Be not out with me. "
i. e. Be not out of humour with me; be not unkindly disposed towards me: the phrase is still current in Ireland. 258.
There have sat." This corrupt use of the imperfect past tense for the perfect, sitten, has become so general as to make propriety almost obsolete.
" That Tyber trembled,” &c. Insomuch that Tyber trembled, &c. as in Macbeth:
There's one did laugh in his sleep, and
one cried murder, “That they did wake each other.”
Weep your tears “ Into the channel, till the lowest stream "Do kiss the most exalted shores of all."