The Old-Spelling Shakespeare; Being the Works of Shakespeare in the Spelling of the Best Quarto and Folio Texts

The Old-Spelling Shakespeare; Being the Works of Shakespeare in the Spelling of the Best Quarto and Folio Texts

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...directed to you? 118 Iaq. I, sir, from one mounsier Berowne, one of the strange Queenes Lor des. 120 Holofernes. I will ouerglaunce the superscript: 'To the snow-white hand os the most bewtious Lady Rosaline.' I will looke againe on the intellect of the letter, for the nomination of the partie writing to the person written vnto. 'Your Ladijhips in all defired imployment, Berowne.' I25 Sir Nathaniel, this Berowne is one of the Votaries with the King; and here he hath framed a letter to a sequent of the stranger Queenes 5 which accidentally, or by the way of progression, hath miscarried. U To IAQ. Trip and goe, my sweete! deliuer this Paper into the royall hand of the King! it may concerne much: stay not thy complement; I forgiue thydewtie; adue! 132 Mayd. Good Costard, go with me! 1T Sir.'God saue your life! Cost. Haue with thee, my girle! Exeunt Cost. & IAQ. Nath. Sir, you haue done this in the feare of God, verie religiously; and, as a certaine Father saith, ... 136 Ped. Holo.) Sir, tell not mee of the Father; I do feare 108. wrong F. woug Q. 123. intellect means 'signature' w/The."" colourable coloures. But to returne to the Verses: Did they please you, sir Nathaniel 9 139 Nath. Marueilous well for the pen. Peda. I do dine to day at the fathers of a certaine pupill of mine, where, if (before repast) it shall please you to gratisie the table with a Grace, I will, on my priuiledge I haue with the parentes of the foresaid childe or pupill, vndertake your ben venuto, where I will proue those Verses to be very vnlearned, neither sauouring of Poetrie, wit, nor inuention. I beseech your societie. 147 Nath. And thanke you too! for societie (saith the text) is the happines of life. 149 Peda. And certes, the text most infallibly concludes...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236526414
  • 9781236526410