Shilling Annotated Plays of Shakspeare for Students; Each Play with Explanatory and Illustrative Notes Critical Remarks and Other AIDS to a Thorough Understanding of the Drama. Edited for the Use of Schools and Students Volume 11
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...neighbour: whither away so fast? _. Second Cit. Ipromise you,3 scarcely know myself: Hear you the news abroad? First Cit..-Yes; that the king is dead. Second Cit. Ill news, by 'r lady; seldom comes the better.' I fear, I fear, 'twill prove a giddy world. ' Censrres Judgments. " IV; otlwr self Aristotle defines a true friend to be l Mos a-J-rd: Cicero has alter idem, another self. 3 I promise you See note 2, p. 35. ' Seldom comes the better The proverbial saying Seldom comes a better is in Ray's Collection. Enter another Citizen. Third Git. Neighbours, God speed! First Cit. Give you good-morrow, sir. Third Cit. Doth the news hold of good King Edward's death? ' Second Cit. Ay, sir, it is too true; God help the while I Third Cit. Then, masters, look to see a troublous world. First Cit. No, no; by God's good grace his son shall reign. i Third Cit. Woe to that land that's governed by a child!l Second Cit. In him there is a hope of government That in his nonage council under him, And in his full and ripened years himself, No doubt, shall then, and till then, govern well.2 First Cit. So stood the state when Henry the Sixth Was crowned in Paris but at nine months old. Third Cit. Stood the state so? no, no, good friends, God wot; For then this land was famously enriched WVith politic grave counsel; then the king Had virtuous uncles to protect his grace. First Cit. Why, so hath this, both by his father and mother. Third Cit. Better it were they all came by his father, Or by his father there were none at all: For emulation now who shall be nearest Will touch us all too near, if God prevent not. O, full of danger is the Duke of Gloster; ' Woe to that land; f.c. This is from Scripture. (Eccles. x. 10.) 2...
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