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S H A K S P E A. R. E.

AND

H IS TIMES:

INCLUDING
THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE POET;

CRITICISMS ON HIS GENIUS AND WRITINGS: A NEW CHRONOLOGY OF HIS PLAYS;
A DISQUISITION ON THE OBJECT OF HIS SONNETS;
AND
A HISTORY OF
THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND AMUSEMENTS, SUPERSTITIONS,
POETRY, AND ELEGANT LITERATURE OF HIS AGE.

By NATHAN DRAKE, M.D.

AUTHOR of “Liter ARY Hours,” AND of “Essays on PERiodical LITERATURE.”

On the tip of his subduing tongue
All kind of arguments and question deep,
All replication prompt, and reason strong,
For his advantage still did wake and sleep :
To make the weeper laugh, the laugher weep,
. He had the dialect and different skill,
Catching all passions in his craft of will;
That he did in the general bosom reign
Of young, of old; and sexes both enchanted.

The very age and body of the time, his form and pressure.
ShakspeaRE.

IN TWO VOLUMES.
VOL. II.

LONDON :
PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES, IN THE STRAND.
1817. ,

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vu.A.P. XII. vows on ANToNY AND CLEOPATRA; on Conioso tour; on THE TEMPEST —Dissertation on the - we owes in the ART of MAGIC, and on Shakspeare's -- o superstition as exhibited in THE TEMPEST – Ob- o o on Twelfth NIGHT, and on the PLAY's AscRIBED -** SaakspeaRE's DRAMATIC CHARACTER. 490

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