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. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. rt: yet I am advisd to do it; ^ Reason, which is here personified, dares her with the no which forbids her to speak.>• This is ordinarily printed bears off a credent bulk. We follow the original: hears is usedin the sense of figures,—is seen. COMEDIES. VOL. II. E E 406 MEASUEE FOR MEASURE. [aoJ He says, to veil full purpose ^.Mari. Be ruld by liim. IsAB. Besides, he tells me, that, if peradveiiture He speak against me on the adverse side, I should not think it strange; for t is a physic Thats hitter to sweet end.Mari. I w Stock Photo
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