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The old-spelling Shakespeare Volume 10 : being the works of Shakespeare in the spelling of the best quarto and folio texts

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    William Shakespeare (Author)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...and Gawlia, French and Wealch, 50 Soule-curer, and Bodie-curer! 86-7 Doc. This is verie braue, excellent! 88 Host. Peace, I say! Heare mine Host of the Garter. Am I wise? am I polliticke? am I Matchauil? Shall I lose my Doctor? 54 No! he giues me the motions and the Potions! Shall I lose my parson, my sir Hu? No! he giues me the prouerbes, and the nouerbes! IT Giue me thy hand, terestriall! lsoI 4 Giue me thy hand, Celestiall: so! H Boyes of Art, I haue deceiued you both: I haue 58 directed you to wrong places! Your hearts are mightie, your skins are whole. Bardolfe! laie their swords to pawne! IT Follow me, 60 lads of peace, follow me! Ha, ra, la! Follow! Exit Host. 89-99 1 terestial Q. 2 your F. you Q. issue! H Come, lay their swords to pawne! U Follow me, Lads of peace! follow! follow! follow! Exit.f 99 Shal. Trust me, a mad Host! follow, Gentlemen! follow! Slen. O sweet Anne Page.') Exeunt all but Caius Rugby d Euans. Cai. Ha! do I perceiue dat? Haue you make-a de sot of vs? ha, ha! 103 Eua. This is well, he has made vs his vlowting-stog: I desire you that we may be friends: and let vs knog our praines together to be reuenge on this same scall-scuruycogging-companion, the Host of the Garter! 107 Cai. By gar, with all my heart! he promise to bring me where is Anne Page: by gar, he deceiue me too! Euan. Well, I will smite his noddles! pray you, follow! 110 Exeunt. Actus TertiuS. Scena Secunda. A Road. Enter Mistris Page, Robin, ( later, Ford, Page, Shallow Slender, Host, Euans, Caius, RUGBY SIMPLE.) Mist. Page. Nay, keepe your way, little Gallant! You were wont to be a follower: but now you are a Leader. Whether had you rather lead mine eyes, or eye your masters heeles? 3 Rob. I had rather (forsooth,) goe before you like a man, then follo...
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  • PDF | 38 pages
  • William Shakespeare (Author)
  • RareBooksClub.com (6 Mar. 2012)
  • English
  • 10
  • Poetry, Drama Criticism

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