The Works of Shakespear [Ed. by H. Blair], in Which the Beauties Observed by Pope, Warburton and Dodd Are Pointed Out, Together with the Author's Life; A Glossary [&C.].
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from ... Show synopsis 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. 1769 Excerpt: ...P.ut me a caliver into? Wart's hand, Bardolph. Bard. Hold, Wart, traverse; thus, thus, thus. Fal. Come, manage me your caliver: so, very well, go to, very good, exceeding good. O, give me alwayj a little, lean, old, chopt, bald mot. Well faid, Wart, thou art a good scab: hold, there is a tester for thee. Shal. He is not his cTast-master, he doth not do it right. I remember at Mile-end Green, when I lay at Clement's inn, I was then Sir Dagonet in Arthur's (how; there was a little quiver sellow, and he wouid manage you his piece thus; and he would about, and about, and come you in, and come you in r Rah, tab, tah, would he say; Bounce, would he fay, and away again would he go, and again would he come. I shall never see such a sellow. Fal. These sellows will do well. Master Shallow, God keep you; farewel, Master Silence. I will not use many words with you., sare you well, Gentlemen both. I thank you, I must a dozen mile to-night, bardolph-, give the soldiers coats. Shal. Sir Johnj heaven bless you, and prosper your affairs, and send us peace. As you return, visit my bouse. Let our old acquaintance be renewed: perad venture-I will with you to rhe court. Fal. I would you would, -Master Shallow. Shal. Go to: I have spoke at a word. Fare you well., Exit. Fal. Fare you well, gentle gentlemen. On, Bardolph, lead the men away. "As I return, I will fetch S a "off these Justices. L do see the bottom of Justice "Shallow. How subject we old men are to this vice "of lying! this same starv'd Justice hath done nothing "but prated to me of the wildnass of hrs youth, and "the seats he hath done about Turnbal-street; and ' every third word a lye, more duly paid to the hearer "than the Turk's tribute. I do remember him at Cle"ment's inn, l... Hide synopsis