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as a form in was, by him once, I sat upon a promonimprinted, and within history and heard a mermaid power to leave the figure or on a Dolphin's back, uttering disfigure it. . The. a. 1 s. I such dulcet and harmonious

The course of true love breath, that the rude sea, never did run smooth.. . Lys. grew civil at her song, and a. I 8.1

certain stars shot madly To morrow night, when from their spheres, to hear Phæbe doth behold her the sea-maids music.. Oberon silver visage in the watery a. 2 8. 2 glass, decking with liquid Tempt not too much, the pearl, the bladed grass . Lys. hatred of my spirit !..Dem. a. I s. 1

2 Things base and vile, The will of man is by his holding no quantity, love reason swayed, and reason can transpose to form and

says you are tbe worthier dignity.. Helena a. 1 s. 1 maid ; things growing are

That will ask some tears in not ripe until their season, so the true performing of it, if I being young, till now, not I do it let the audience look ripe to reason, and tuching to their eyeș.. Bottom a. 1 now the point of human skill,

Reason becomes the marshall Through this distempera- to my will, and leads me to ture we see the seasons alter;

your eyes, where I o’erlook hoary-headed frosts fall in

love's stories written in love's the fresh lap of the crimson richest book..Lysander a. 2 rose, and on old Hiems' chin

8. 3 and icy crown an odorous The sun was not so true chaplet of sweet

summer unto the day, as he to me ; buds, is as in mockery set. would he have stolen away The spring, the summer, the from sleeping Hermia ? I'll chiding autumn, the angry believe as soon, this whole winter, change their liveries; earth may be bor'd, and that and the mazed world, by the moon may through the their increase now knows not centre creep, and so displease which is which.. Titania a. 2 her brother's noontide with 2

the Antipodes.. Hermia a. 3 Thou rememberest since 3. 2

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There is no following her frenzy rolling, doth glance in this fierce riew, here there- from heaven to earth, from fore for a while I will remain, earth to heaven, and as imaSo sorrow's heaviness doth gination bodies forth, the heavier grow, For debt that forms of things unknown, the bankrupt sleep doth sorrow poet's pen turns them to owe. . Dem. a. 3 8. 2

shapes, and gives to airy Then will two at once woo one, nothing, a local habitation That must needs be sport alone and a name. . The. a. 5 1 And those things do best please The iron tongue of mid

me, night hath told twelve.. That befal preposterously.. The. 5 8. 1 Puck. a. 3 s. 2

: To what my love shall I We must starve our sight compare thine eyne ? crsytal from lover's food, till morrow is muddy.. Dem. a.3 8. 2 deep midnight.. Hermia a. 1

This sport well carried 1 shall be chronicled..Hel. a. I We cannot fight for love 8. 2

4s men may do, We should Tis partly mine own fault, be woo'd and were not made which death or absence soon to woo.. Helena a. 2 s. 2 shall remedy.. Hel. a. 3 3. 2 Why should you think Thy threats have no more

that I should woo in scorn ? strength than her weak Scorn and derision never prayers.. Lys. a. 3 8.2

come in tears ; look, when I Thou coward! art thou

vow, I weep, and vows so bragging to the stars ? telling born, in their nativity all to the bushes that thou truth appears, &c., &c.. look'st for wars, and wilt not Lys. a. 3 s. 2 come. . Puck. a. 3 s. 2

Why should he stay whom These things seem small love doth press to go. . Lys. and undistinguishable, like a. 3 8. 2 far-off mountains turned into What tho' I be not so in clouds. . Dem. a. 4 3. 1 grace, as you, so hung upon

The lunatic, the lover, with love, so fortunate, but and the poet, are of imagina- miserable most to love untion all compact, &c., &c. lov'd, this you should pity The poet's eye, in a fine

rather than dispise., Hel.

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hearted adamant, but yet What, can

you do me you drew not Iron, for my greater harm than hate?.. heart is true as steel. . Helena Hermia a. 3 8. 2

a. 2 s. 2 We will, fair queen, up to You spend your passion the mountain's top, and on a misprised mood; I am mark the musical confusion not guilty of Lysanders of hounds and echo in con- blood, nor is he dead, for junction.. Theseus a. 4 8. 1 aught that I can tell.. Dem.

a. 3 s. 2 Yet marked I where the You are too officious in bolt of Cupid fell.-It fell her behalf that scorns your upon a little western flower, service. . Dem. a. 3 s. 2 before milk-white, now purple Your hands than mine, with love's wound, and are quicker for a fray, my maidens call it love in idle- legs are longer tho’ to run. ness. . Oberon a. 2 s. 2

away. . Hel. a. 3 s. 2 You drew me you hard

MERCHANT OF VENICE.

And yet, for ought I see often have you heard that they are as sick that surfeit told: many a man his life with too much, as they that hath sold, but my outside to starve with nothing.. Ner. behold. . Mor. a. 2 s. 7 a. I s. 2

A day in April never came Adieu ! tears exhibit my so sweet, to show how costly tongue, &c., &c.

summer was at hand, as this These foolish drops do some- fore-spurrer comes before his what drown my manly spirit. | lord.. A Servant a. 28, 9 .. Lann. a. 2 s. 3

And speaks between the All things that are, are change of man and boy with with more spirit chased than a reed voice.. Por.

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All that glisters is not gold, Beshrew me, but I love her,

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heartily, for she is wise, if I tion of lineaments of manners can judge of her, and fair she and of spirit. . Post a. 3 s. 4 is if but my eyes be true, Fair thoughts, and happy and true she is, as she hath hours attend on you. . Loren proved herself, and therefore a. 3 8.4 like herself, wise, fair, and true, shall she be placed in God made him, and theremy constant soul. . Lor. a. 2 fore let him pass for a man. . 8. 6

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as two made one, methinks it should grains of wheat, hid in two have power to steal both his, measures of chaff, you shall and leave itself, unfurnished. seek all day ere you find ..Bass. a. 3 8. ?

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knew to whom them, they are not worth the you show this honour, how search..Bass. Q. 1 s. I true a gentleman you send Her

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husband, i know fleece. .Bass. a. 1 s. I you would be prouder of the Holy men at their death, work, than customary bounty have good inspirations.. Ner. can enforce you. . Lor. a. 3

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Philosopher when he grows Every offence is not a hate old being so full of unmanat first.. Bass. a. 4 8. I nerly sadness in his youth..

Portia. a. 1 8. 2 Fast bind, fast find, a pro- How oddly he is suited, 1 verb never stale in thrifty think he bought his doublet mind.. Shy. a. 2 8. 5 in Italy, his round hose in

Fortune now to my hearts France, his bonnet in Gerhope. . Arra. a. 2 8. 9

many, his behaviour every For in companions that do wbere. . Portia. a. 1 s. 2 converse and waste the time, He sleeps by day more together, whose souls do bear than the wild cat ; drones an equal yoke ef love, there hive not with me, therefore 1 must be needs a like propor- part with him.. Shy. a. 2 8. 5

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How many cowards, whose How far that little candle hearts are all as false as shows his beams, so shines a stairs of sand, wear yet upon good deed in a naughty their chins the beard of world..Par. a. 5 8. 1 Hercules, and frowning Mars How many things by ..Bass. a, 3 s. 2

season, season'd are to their Here are sever'd lips, right praise and true perfecparted with sugar breath, tion. . Portia 5 1

sweet Bar should He knows me as the blind sunder such sweet friends.. man knows the Cuckoo - by Bass. a. 3 8. 2

the bad voice.. Portia a. 5 Here in her hair the s. 1 painter plays the Spider, and hath woven a golden mesh

3 hold the world, but as to entrap the hearts of men,

the world, Gratiano ! a stage faster than gnats in cob- where every man must play a webs.. Bass, a. 3 3. 2

part, and mine a sad one.. Happy in this, she is not Ant. a. 1 8, 1 yet so old, but she may

If it stand as you yourself learn. Portia a. 3 8. 2

still do, within the eye of He did entreat me, pastall honour, be assured, my purse saying nay.. Lur. a. 3 8. 2 my person,

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my extremest Here are a few of the un- means lie unlocked to your pleasantest words that ever occasions.. Ant. a. 1 8. 1 blotted paper..Bass. a. 2 s. 3 It is no mean happiness to

Hates any man the thing be seated in the mean, superhe would not kill ?.. Shy. | fluity comes sooner by white a.4 8.1

hairs, but competency lives How shalt thou hope for longer. . Ner. a. 1 8. 2 mercy, rendering none. Duke It is a good divine that a. 4 8. 1

follows his own instructions, He is well paid that is 1 can easier teach twenty well satisfied. . Par. a. 4 s. 1 what were good to be done How sweet the

than be one of the twenty to light sleeps upon this bank, follow my own teaching.. here will we sit and let the Portia a. I 8. 2 sounds of music creep into I like not fair terms and our ears, &c... Lor. a. 5 8. 1 a villain's mind.. Buss a. 1

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