. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. rewell, farewell. [Sings drunkenly. Trin. A howling monster ; a drunken monster. Cal. No more dams I 11 make for fish ; Nor fetch in firingAt requiring, a Scamels. This is the ^vord of the original; and we leave it as we find it. The word has beenchanged into sea-mells, which the commentators tell us is a species of gull. Sea-maw or sea-meiois a species of bird, and Mr. Dyce quotes a passage in which E. Holme iises sea-mall. Mr. Dycethinks the right word is staniels—hawks which frequent high cliffs on the coast. Shakspere ha

. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. rewell, farewell. [Sings drunkenly. Trin. A howling monster ; a drunken monster. Cal. No more dams I 11 make for fish ; Nor fetch in firingAt requiring, a Scamels. This is the ^vord of the original; and we leave it as we find it. The word has beenchanged into sea-mells, which the commentators tell us is a species of gull. Sea-maw or sea-meiois a species of bird, and Mr. Dyce quotes a passage in which E. Holme iises sea-mall. Mr. Dycethinks the right word is staniels—hawks which frequent high cliffs on the coast. Shakspere ha Stock Photo
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. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. rewell, farewell. [Sings drunkenly. Trin. A howling monster ; a drunken monster. Cal. No more dams I 11 make for fish ; Nor fetch in firingAt requiring, a Scamels. This is the ^vord of the original; and we leave it as we find it. The word has beenchanged into sea-mells, which the commentators tell us is a species of gull. Sea-maw or sea-meiois a species of bird, and Mr. Dyce quotes a passage in which E. Holme iises sea-mall. Mr. Dycethinks the right word is staniels—hawks which frequent high cliffs on the coast. Shakspere hasstaniel in Twelfth Night, which was also misprinted. SCENE II.1 THE TEMPEST. 563 Nor scrape trencher % nor wash dish;Ban, Ban, Ca—Caliban, Has a new master—Get a new man. Freedom, liey-day ! hey-day, freedom ! freedom, liey-day, freedom!Ste. 0 brave monster ! lead the way. [Exeunt. a Trencher—this is trenchering in the original. We agree with Mr. Dyce, that this is an errorof the printer or transcriber, occasioned by the preceding words faring and xeqmxing..

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