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Page 266 - Paper, and embellifhed with a Head of the Author, from an Original. SHAKSPEARE, INCLUDING, IN ONE VOLUME, The Whole of his Dramatic Works ; With Explanatory Notes, compiled from various Commentators. To which will be now firft added* A copious INDEX to all the remarkable PASSAGES and Words. Calculated to point out the different Meanings in which the Words are made ufe of by SHAKSPEARE : By the Reverend SAMUEL AYSCOUGH, FAS And Affiftant Librarian of the Britifh Mufeum. Printed for JOHN STOCKDALE,...
Page 266 - Paffages in Shakfpeare, has long been regretted; but the Difficulty of the Undertaking has hitherto prevented every Attempt. Mr. Stockdale has already experienced a liberal Encouragement from tiie Public for his Edition of Shakfpeare, in one Volume, 8vo.
Page 266 - ... the Publick for his Edition of SHAKSPEARE, in one Volume 8vo. and to whom he begs Leave to return his grateful Acknowledgments. As the prefent Edition will coft him near zoool.
Page 55 - But he always faw, to his great joy, that his fright was without foundation. At length he arrived on the banks of a rivulet, where he refolved to make his dinner.
Page 100 - Robinfon, in all likelihood, would not have awakened, and then the fall of the rock would certainly have put an end to his life.
Page 120 - Robinfon was no longer able to turn himfelf in his bed. He thought he felt the approach of death, and his joy on this account afforded him fufficient ftrength to prepare himfelf for his laft journey with a devout prayer.
Page 191 - As for me, I shall avail myself of the two hours' liberty Joe has granted me." " Off with you then ; but be prudent, and don't go too far away." " Make your mind easy." And Dick, armed with his double-barrel, plunged into the wood. Joe looked after his particular share of the work. First of all he dug a hole in the ground about two feet deep ; this he filled with the dry branches with which the ground was covered, and having filled it, he dragged a great log, two feet thick, on to the top, and set...

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