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Dr. Johnson. P. 221 1. 5 went

12 had no more 26 their servant

2 Silvia 224 24 picture?

30 may't 227 8 mine is 230

5 where

21 follow 233 9 thou treach'rous 13 ti usted

when

one's own

234

17 most curft

8 This is II How 6 Forbear, forbear

235

ERRORS in the two GENTLEMEN of VERONA. P. 208. 1. 19. read, is as a. P. 212. I. 22. read, for that.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE.

Dr. JOHNSON P.240 1. 11 Them on 241 3

Mr. CAPELL,

was sent

had not had more
his servant
Julia
picture? does he not
will 't
mine's as
when
we'll follow
treach'rous
trusted now when one's

accurft
Why this is
But how
Forbear, I say.

Mr. CAPELL,
they on

25 dollars

5 bear

Come 243 249

9 nineteen
250
251

16 'Tis true
25 having
27 That brings

28 So 252 16 his

19 long time run 253

6 made 254 3 Virtue

dolours
fourteen
bear me
Nay 'tis true
have
Doth-bring
even so
its
for long, run
make
Virtue and confider

9 him

go home

5 dies

4 by
9 fiaws

3 reek

9 that

Dr. JOHNSON.

Mr. CAPELL. P. 254 1. 4 That

This

him for through brakes from brakes of Justice, answer

of vice and 260 25 will

would 262

12 home 263 12 pardon

honour's pardon 266

must die
If the first man, If he the firft that

that 267 17 make

makes 269

with 270

flames
31 repent you not

left
you
do

repent 271

spare 17 intention

invention 272 2 art but blood

art blood

it 273 22 for compt

account 274 4 granting my granting of my 275 15 Ignominy in An ignominious

28 by weakness to weakness 277

16 mort 279 27 them to speak me to stand 28 them

them speak 280 1 in deed

indeed 281 21 give't

give 282

Thamed 283 3 grant

Thield
6 my only bending but my bending
26 with

in 284 1 satisfy

falsify 285 19 the Sinew and finew 287 9 furr'd gown

furr'd lamb-k'n gwn 8 and Lamb 288 9 all-faults from

our from faul s
13 at the wheels of

Cæsar? art thou
led in triumph ?
what

9 shameful

27 detected
4 Thy

1

21 Is it

903 306

Dr. JOHNSON.

Mr. CAPILL.
P. 290 1. 17 is—ungenerative is not-generative

detracted
291

fly
292
18 not

now
295

12 That 298 21 Tithe's

tilth's 300

6 CLOWN. 301 28 unrefifting

unshifting

It is 2 pepper

paper 14 now in for

now for 28 the straw

his straw
310 14 Gave

Gives
312
8 deliver

re-deliver
313
6 For so

By fo
17 Valentius

Valentinus 314 4 vail full

'vailful 316 18 truer

true
30 caracts

characts
317
6 ne'er

e'er
II not hide

and hide
10 the matter
13 repell’d

refellid
17 concupiscent concupiscible

21 surfeiting forfeiting
323 12 unto

even to
324 17 should

would
325
20 with

in

this
328 19 swift

quick
329
10 faults are

fault's thus
II deny

denies 332

Is he too

318

26 your

7 Is he

ERRORS in MEASURE FOR MEASURE.

P. 309. 1. 8. read, weal-balanc'd.
P. 311. 1. 24. read, too many.

2

MERCHANT OF VENICE.

348

5 fpit

Dr. Johnson.

Mr. CAPELL. P. 338 1. 12 the spices

her spices 339 17 SOLA.

LORENZ. 340 20 fool's gudgeon

fool Gudgeon 341 30 other forth; by other; and by advent'ring

vent'ring 344 I in fashion

in the fathion 345 12-may come

-will come 346 18 with them

I pray God grant 7 Yes to smell pork. Yes to smell pork. To eat of I will buy

the habitation which your prophet the Nazarite conjur’d the Devil into. I will

buy 349 28 pula

pild 351

fpet 17 Why how

Why look you how 32 it shall please pleaseth 352 15 or profitable profitable neither

look 355

well

well 18 carnal

carnation 357 17 might 18 Thill

fill 364 15 stop

fhut 28 but he

and he 367 I gentile

gentle
spets

24 fee

12 ill

13 ill

369

5 spits 30 wood

tombs 370 28 Jewels too, Jewels; two 372 26 that

may 374

get 17 begone

farewel 379 I am glad

am very glad

that many may

2 have

Dr. Johnson.
P. 380 l. 2 th' other half

6 it fo
381 2 just
382 24 guiled
386 19 Salanio
391 II Will
393 11 traject

22 apparellid
394 27 You fhun

28 You fall 395 28 Good Lord 396 22 merit

2.3 In

399 2 Master 401 4 earliest 404 8 to him 405 25 Scales

28 should 407 25 this

28 The Jew 409 12 may'it 415

8 my Friend

22 us in 416 27 the virtuc 417 12 healths

18 Go
419 7 rivetted with
420

10 retain
23 did uphold

29 And by
423 24 'Til I

Mr. CAPELL. the other it not so proper gilded Salerio 'Twill tranect accoutred I shun I fall Goodly Lord mean Is -Mistress foonest for him balance here do his soft, The Jew fhalt my good Friend it in that virtue welfare Go in rivetted fo with contain

had held up For by

That I

ERRATA IN MERCHANT OF VENICE.

P. 377. 1. 5. read, will feed nothing.

395. 26. read, in none.
408. 12. read, ready for thee.
412. 16. read, be well welcome.

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