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440 11 10 Now (omitted
TIC 6\Vio. Tell me your mind, I am a messenger. TC u So, I thank thee;
your text ?
32 I was this present : 44122
28 Why, what would you do?
Why, what would you?
not too falt; soft ; | Unless
the master were the man. 30
- left this ring
The county's man: he left this ring 351-reasons
WHAT YOU WILL.
с TIC T
АстІ. - Enough! - no more ;
in fancy, 19
That it alone is high fantastical. 426/14
her chamber round
- her chamber's round
24 (Her sweet perfection) 427) 5
An thou let part
the fight | And company 6 And night
- your cousin, my lady, 14
an they be not,
- as any's in Illyria. 430 7.
-a coy/tril 9
Caitiliano vulgo; 22 An thou let her part
An thou let part
29) An you part 43118 An I thought that, 32
the count himself 33
none of the count ; 34
in a fink-a-pace: 6
the count, 434
6 yet, a barful ftrife;
needs to fear
- no true cuckold
make the better fool.
- to be no better 29
induc thee with leasing ! 34
the count Orfino 437
your kinman. 6
from the count,
at the gate coufin?
and be the supporter
am very cumprible, Vol. II.
I mall crave
TC 23 of Mefaline,
TIC - in an hour; 26 for some bour,
TIC who (omitted 444
15 the count Orfino's
you, fir; you might have saved
4 Vio. I left no ring &c.
TIC 19 are made, if such we be.
T poor monster,
с I am dog at a catch. 44829
- that, tho’she harbours you as her kinsmar,
art any more 321 of the count's 1450 21- of puritan.
9 an affection'd ass, 451171-giddy-paced times.
23 Go, reek 45215 loit and worn,
T 33 Ay; prythee, ling. 453 710, prepare it. 15 Lay me, o, where
T T 16 Sad true-lore never find 454 8 It cannot
know not: 456 15 Slight, I could
С 457 51- my kinsiun Toby drawn from us with cares,
C 41-alas! [omitted
the numbers alter'd!
ITC 47613112 or ftrip 16 let me fee, let me see; let me fee.
с 341—this courteous office, to know 18 the stallion checks at ib!
—an I thought 24 make up that:
TC 478 4 He is as horribly 25. -though it be as rank
count Orsino. 4591. 3
IC 18|Come, fir, away: 9 tang arguments
19 that money back. 16-The fortunate and happy daylight and
51- but [omitted champian discovers
6- W by, [omitted
, The fortunate-unhappy.
18 Surely Comitted 17 discovers
1912. Off. Come, come, fir, 19 I do not now fool myfelf,
36 A coward, a most devout coward, 35. Sir A. So could I too,
'Slid, I'll' after him 460 18-to a melancholy
31 An I do not,
the count Orsino's. 462 13-to-theme
14 are out
Bat wise men, folly-faln,
31 Sir A. I hope &c. 463126 the count Orsino, 464) 5 Vio. Dcar lady,
6 Nay, give me leave, beseech you: 7
the laft-enchantment you did bere, 151 To one of your receiving 17 let me hear 28 is come 32 attend your ladybip!
34 Stay: I prythee, 465), 4 I wish it might
13 - thy reasons 19
Shall mistress be of it, fave I alone.
And so adieu, &c. 4661
1 count's serving-man -7 I will prove it 19 by some laudable attempt, 21 And't be any way, 241-the count's youth
27 woman, 46711 it [omitted
4 the cubiculo:
- side-stitches 469 31
after him: he says, he'll come ; 4707 in very strange
10 elfe [omitted 19 ha, ha. [omitted 23
sonnet bas it : 29
the count Orfino's 25 my cousin Toby? 33—tang arguments
an you speak 473 this is not 476127 Sir To. Sir, no; his indignation
30 -answer him ;
so that, conclufions to be as kisses,
or the bells 490 12 He few'd me 491 5
- came be 23
-as fat and fulsome 25 Still, fill, fo cruel ?
26 Still so constant, lord. 492 sometime
But hear me this: 22 Ay me, detested! 493/27
- and somitted 30
and bas given fir Toby 494) The count's gentleman,
there's the end on't :
regard upon me, and
Ty tbat I do perceive 49512
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C TIC TIC
с TIC TIC
5121.121 Leo. Ha?
Cam. Stays here longer.
с 18 the things nearest my heart; as well T
the nearelt things to my heart, as well 27 Which boxes honesty 513 4 Fif industriously
TIC 51425 bis mcdal,
TIC 515 4 Maliciously, like poison :
? Or would I
e 516 33 I dare not know, my lord.
TIC 517 How, dare not ? do not ? do
с 17 As you are, certain, gentleman;
с 32 if it be; 518 61- appointed him to murder you.
22 Swear his thought over 519) 7 stand by;
TIC 9 Thereon his execution sworn. be my friend, and comfort
- the gift
811 is grace,
12 Too hot, too hot : 17 from bounty, fertile bosom ; 61-wind, 9
were like me. 101- welkin-eye,
- welkin eye:
520131- pray Comitted
TIC 18 O, a half-moon
тіс 5212310n Comitted
TIC 522 7 So easily open'd?
с 9 Which often hath no less prevail'd than so TC 181 - for 'tis Polixenes
TIC 20 But I'd say, and one
TIC 17 What she should Name to know herself, TIC 18/ What he should shame to know herself, that she's
C 20 That bulgars give
с 28- do Comitted 29 thele
is far of guilty,
с 36 With an aspect more farourable.
TIC 524311 - I'll keep myllables where
525 8 You are abus'd, and by
TIC -land-damn him :
but I do fee't,
that feel. 301-ber honour
33 - of this ? but rather follow 526
Relish as truth
12 Affection, thy intention ftabs to the center. 13
not be so held,
- not so held,
with you, best brother?
As if you beld a brow 26 Are not you mov’d,
Are you mov'd,
27 No, in good earneft, no. 510 ornament oft does,
5 No, my lord, I'll fight.
will seek 3113 many thousand on's
is omitted an honest man. bis anchor whilp'ring, rounding,
с T TIC TIC
5264 71is all
one (omitted 27 on [omitted
T 527 25 Iai. So please you, madam,
28 - it takes
29 and then, not to see 'em : 311-all (omitted
TIC 33 Well, be't fo,
or the weather. · be told on't, and he shall ;
to have help'd the old man ! 351-of this design,
but [omitted 530 5 and it is hop'd,
с 8 - declin'd, droop'd, 8
- and will
N. B. T beobald extends the Third Act to 14 Recoil
the end of the chorus., 15 And [omitted
16 - be Until a time 53119 532131 - this babe's,
ACT IV. – valley, 13 The pretty dimples
that mak and unfold errour,
I mention bere a fon o'th' king's,
T 14 Even thou, thou that
I mention'd a son o'the king's, which
с 20 With what thou else call'st thine; C 551 10 It is fifteen years,
T 26 These lords,
231- friendships. 32 and befeech So 552 - misingly noted,
TIC 54 services
the Engle that plucks
30 my pugging tooth
T 'Tis good speed; foretells,
Autolicus, being litter'd under Mercury; who, as I am was likewise
the filly cheat. Gallows, and knock, TIC ACT III.
every 'leven weather tods, every tod yields pound and odd shilling;
T 91- it caught me,
TC. 21 The time is worth the use on't.
C 22 so uncurrant I | Have strain'd
bent the stile-a; 5
TIC 36 What comes
31 - Be merry, gentle! 540125 were pait
- thing 26 (Those of your fact are so) so
25 Sirs, welcome. 27 W bich [omitted
Welcome, fir ! 28 Thy brat bath been cast out, TIC 271-You're welcome, fir.
IC 541 3 And first-fruits
to you both, 12-strength of limit. Now,
Itill so, my fair,
8 which peeps so fairly 543/29] Alas! [omitted
to fear, 31 what Aaying, rather ? boiling?
strike up, pipers. 574 9 of a fool inconstant
32 Pol. Pray,
TC 24 The sweet'ft, dear', crcature's dead; TIC
33 Which dances
C 33 thy moes can ftir: TIC 34 - and [omitted
TIC 5461 7 Ay, my lord; and fear
so must thy grave
с 5661 there is three 12 - and somitted
C 24 and a half
Аст V. 26
but quickly now.
с 27 Pol. O Father,
-the former queen is well?
T 14 breathe my love
C с 19 blasts
C 484/10 (Where we offend her now) appear T 28 the earth, the heavens,
с 569 34 Far than Deucalion off :
T 5701 - much afeard;
T 17 take care : this dream of mine,
Cle. Good madam, 5713 not afrard;
Pau. I have done. 241- thy succession
с 35 Be thereat glean'd; 1585/27
TIC 572 11-the profound sea bides
- but your writing now to the need,
Is colder than that theme; 573) 14-discontenting
31 Nor was not to be equall’d.
C 24 of what we wildly do, T 586 31- such [omitted
TIC To what we wildly do,
6 Of who 574 13- at every fitting,
TIC 24- your anchors, who
33 As your fair princess, Goddess : oh! alas ! T 575 3 She is i'th'rear, o'our birth.
And your fair princess, goddess ! o, alas,
с | 7 Your pardon, fir, for this:
TIC 31-good [omitted с 588 41 – happily Comitted
T 576 21 good fellow, why shak'st 5894 The heaven sets spies upon us,
TIC good fellow? wherefore shak'it
с 28 - in worth as beauty, 31 Nay, prythee now,
T 331-trick of it.
circumitances : 577 331- I bear it:
14 Hermione's; 578, 7 If I thought it were a piece of honesty to
32 which stands acquaint the king withal, I would not
35 to do it. do't:
TIC 301 - not [omitted
for mine eyes (caught the water tho' not 579 at palace.
TIC and it like
and it like
T for (omitted
C 595/25 Lovely, apart. 141 do not give 59632 no sorrow, fir,
C 16 with the manner. 597| 5 you [omitted
T 17 - an like you
8 22 to toze
17. And we are mock'd 24 -or pluck back
598 17 And those 28-and't like you.
- that look upon with marvel : 58028-and't like you, sir?
make it manifest
C 600 7
to bom heav'n's directing, 51- behalfs;
who, heavens directing,
THE END OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
VILLE DE LYON