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In many parts what is here given bears the same relation to what Shakspeare has made out of it , which any common description of a thing bears to the thing itself . Thus 4 ROMEO AND JULIET .
... common in Shakspeare's time . Decker , in his Dead Term , 1608 , describing the various groups that daily frequented St. Paul's Church , says , ' What swearing is there , what shoul- dering , what justling , what jeering ...
For this time , all the rest depart away : You , Capulet , shall go along with me ; And , Montague , come you this afternoon , To know our further pleasure in this case , To old Free - town 10 , our common judgment - place .
... Herself pois'd with herself in either eye : But in those crystal scales , let there be weigh'd Your lady's love 10 against some other maid 9 This cant expression seems to have been once common : it often occurs in old plays .
You are a lover ; borrow Cupid's wings , And soar with them above a common bound . Rom . I am too sore enpierced with his shaft , To soar with his light feathers ; and so bound , I cannot bound a pitch above dull woe : Under love's ...
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