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The Life and Death of Richard III.

[Ere-t'mS' C E. N- E lILct Changer ta Bosworth Field. Enm King thr-iAnD in arm,
with-Nonrorx, SunREY, RArchF,_CATt-:ssY, and Othen. ' K. ch/z. Here pitch our
tents,. everr herein BosWorth field. My Lord'siosif Surrey, why look'yotr sosad?
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The Comedies of William Shakespeare: Edited with Introductions and Notes ... by J. O. Halliwell, Esq. Reprinted from the American Edition

Marry, sir, we '11 bring you to Windsor, to one master Brook, that you have cozcn'
d of money, to whom you should have been a pander: over and above that you
have sufi'er'd, I think, to repay that money will be a. biting affliction. Page. Yet he ...

The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare

William Shakespeare, James Boswell, Edward Capell, Alexander Pope, George
Steevens, Samuel Johnson, Richard Farmer, Nicholas Rowe. Page. It could not
be judg'd, sir. Slen. You'll not confess, you'll not confess. Shal. That he will not ...

The Plays of William Shakespeare ...

With the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators

It may, however, be observed, that in the Aulularia of Plau- tus, Act II, sc. i, a
phrase not less singular occurs : " Me. Quia mitri misero cerebrum excutiunt '' Tua
dicta, soror : lapides loqueris." Steevens. VOL. XV. Q. How in my words soever
she ...

Hamlet. Cymbeline

Quia mitri misero cerebrum excutiunt "Tua dicta, soror: lapides loqueris."
STEEVENS. be shent,] To shend, is to reprove harshly, to treat with rough
language. So, in The Coxwmb of Beaumont and Fletcher: " We shall be shent
soundly.

Hamlet. Timon of Athens

It may, however, be observed, that in the Aulularia of Plantus, Act II, sc. i, a phrase
not less singular occurs: “ ME. Quia mitri misero cerebrum excutiunt “ Tun dicta,
soror: lapidee loqueris.” StemmvoL. xv. Q. How in my words soever she be shent
 ...

The plays and poems of William Shakespeare

with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators: comprehending a life of the poet, and an enlarged history of the stage

Quia mitri misero cerebrum excutiunt Tua dicta, soror : lapides loqueris.
STEEVENS. 5 — be SHENT,] To shend, is to reprove harshly, to treat with rough
language. So, in The Coxcomb of Beaumont and Fletcher: " — — We shall be
shent ...

The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare

Quia mitri misero cerebrum excutiunt Tua dicta, soror : lapides loqueris. Steevens
. s — be shent,] To shend, is to reprove harshly, to treat twVi rough language. So,
in The Coxcomb of Beaumont and Fletcher: " We shall be shent soundly.