. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. ^ScENE V.— His standing bed andtruekle hed.The standing bed was for the master, the truckle bed for the servant, (See Illustration toEomeo and Juliet, Act II.). MEHRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. LOCAL ILLUSTKATION. 163 Eton was probably a village in the time ofHenry IV. It is scarcely necessarj to say thatthe present college was founded by Henry VI.The church where Anne Page was immediatelyto marry with Slender, was probably theancient parish church, which has long sincefallen to decay. The tale of Sir Hugh Evans of the three couzin g

. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. ^ScENE V.— His standing bed andtruekle hed.The standing bed was for the master, the truckle bed for the servant, (See Illustration toEomeo and Juliet, Act II.). MEHRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. LOCAL ILLUSTKATION. 163 Eton was probably a village in the time ofHenry IV. It is scarcely necessarj to say thatthe present college was founded by Henry VI.The church where Anne Page was immediatelyto marry with Slender, was probably theancient parish church, which has long sincefallen to decay. The tale of Sir Hugh Evans of the three couzin g Stock Photo
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. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. ^ScENE V.— His standing bed andtruekle hed.The standing bed was for the master, the truckle bed for the servant, (See Illustration toEomeo and Juliet, Act II.). MEHRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. LOCAL ILLUSTKATION. 163 Eton was probably a village in the time ofHenry IV. It is scarcely necessarj to say thatthe present college was founded by Henry VI.The church where Anne Page was immediatelyto marry with Slender, was probably theancient parish church, which has long sincefallen to decay. The tale of Sir Hugh Evans of the three couzin germans, that has cozened allthe hosts of Readings, of Maidenhead, of Cole-brook, of horses and money, requires no illus-tration. Shakspere was probably familiar withthe road from London to Maidenhead, in hisjourneys to Stratford, through Oxford.

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