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distinctly. The form thorough occurs in Mids. Night's
Dream, ii. 1. 3: thorough bush, thorough brier."

morning; and as well after the one seruice as the other,
his face discouered, was showed to all that courted to
behold it” (Holinshed, vol. iii. p. 14).

333. Line 43: THROUGH the SHADES of night. -Q. 1
omits the; the other old copies read through the shade.
The Cambridge Edd. print thorough; but Q. 1 has through

334. Line 52: In weeping OVER this untimely bier. -
Qq. and Ff. all read, "In weeping after;" but it is most
probable the after was repeated by mistake from the line
above. The emendation is Pope's.

ORIGINAL EMENDATIONS ADOPTED.

Vote
35. i. 1. 58, 59:

Setting aride his high blood's royalty, -

And let him be no kinsinan to my liege,--
69. i. 3. 83: Rouse up thy youthful blood, be valiant, live!
144. ii. 1. 283, 281:

Sir Thomas Erpingham, Sir THOMAS Ramston,

John Vorbury, Robert Waterton, and Francis COINT.
160. ii. 2. 92, 93:

My lord, I had forgot
To tell your lordship; I CAME BY TO-DAY, and call'd

there;
102 ii. 2. 108-120: Printed as prose.
177. ii. 3. 69, 70:

Berk. My Lord of Hereford, my message is
Το

you-
Boling (Interrupting angrily] My answer is--to Lancaster.

Yote

iii. 2. 175-177:
I live with bread like you, LIKE YOU feel uant,
LIKE you taste grief, need friends: subjected thus,

How can you say to me, I am a king?
225. iii. 3. 17-19:

Lest you mistake: the hearens are o'er YOUR head.

Boling. I know it, uncle, and DARE NOT OPPOSE

Myself against their will.- But who comes here?
226, iii. 3. 20: What, Harry! WELCOME.
249. iii. 4. 73, 74:
THOU,-

[She pauses, as if half-choked by her emotion]
Old Adam's likeness, set to dress this garden,
HOW DARES

Thy harsh rude tongue sound this unpleasing neurs?
316. v. 5. 144: Uncle, farewell:--and, cousin MINE, adieu.

So Collier.

ORIGINAL EMENDATIONS SUGGESTED.

Note

58. i. 2. 73: Desolate, Ah! desolate.
142. ii. 1. 277, 278:

I have from MORBIHAN, a bay
In Brittany.

Xote
171. ii. 3. 21, 22:

It is my son, young Harry Percy, sent

From WORCESTER, MY BROTHER, whencesoever.
174. ii. 3. 55: And in it are the Lords York, Berkley,

Seymour.

WORDS OCCURRING ONLY IN KING RICHARD II.

NOTE. --The addition of sub., adj., verb, adv, iu brackets immediately after a word indicates that the word is

used as a substantive, adjective, verb, or adverb only in the passage or passages cited.
The compound words marked with an asterisk (*) are printed in F. 1 as two separate words.

Act Sc. Line
Act Se. Line
Act Sc. Line

Act Sc. Line
Abstainsl..... ii. 1 76 *Attorneys-general ii. 1 203 Broad-spreading iii. 4 50 Conveyers. iv. 1 317
Administer .... i. 3 182

Burthenous.... ii. 1 260 Craftsmen. i. 4 28
All-hating.. V. 5 66 Bay-trees.... ii. 4 8

Crossly

ii. 4 24
Alnisman.. iii. 3 149 | Bedrench. iii. 3 46 Care-tuned....

iii.
2 92
Daintiness.

V. 5 45
i. 1 9 Beggar-fear.... i. 1 189 Chambered... i. 1 149

Dangling

iii. 4 29
Appeal?
i. 1 27 Benevolences 3. ii. 1 250 Chivalrous ... i. 1 81

* Daring-hardy i. 3 43
i. 3 21 Blanks
ii. 1 250 Cloisters (verb) V. 1 23

*Demi-paradises ii. 1 42
Apprenticehood i. 3 271

Blindfold

i. 3 224 Complain* (refl.) i. 4 42
Bray (sub.).. i. 3 135

1
Complot (verb)

& In Qq. and F. 1 printed as two

i. 3 189 words; demy, or demie, being
1 Lucrece, 130. (Used there with.

treated as an adj. But in Eng.
out the preposition from.)
3 In fiscal sense. See note 137.

land's Parnassus (1600), where this
% = to impeach: the participle 4 1.e. blank charters.

6 Lucrece, 1985,

paskage is quoted, the word is
appealed-impeached, i. 1. 142. 3 Venus and Adonis, 551.

; Lucrere, 598, 845.

printed demi-paradise.
VOL. II.

181

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iv.

3 166 Lie-giver ..

iv.

Moat......

Act Sc. Line
Depressed..... iii. 4

Act Sc. Line
68 Imp (verb)...

Act Sc. Line
ii. 1 292 Plume-plucked iv. 1 108 Time-bewasted i. 3 221
Determinate(verb)i. 3 150 Imprese..

iii. 1 25 Porteullised... i. 3 167 | Time-honoured
Disburdened ..

i. 1
ii.

1
1 229 Inhabitable.... i. 1 65 Proportionable ii. 2 125 Tormentors....
Discomfortable iii.

ii. 1 136
2 36 Intermixed 16
V. 5 12 Pupil-like

V. 1 31
Disorderly .... ii. 2 110

Unbegot 23.... iii.
Justs (sub.)....

3
Disparked.. iii. 1

SS
23

V. 2
52 Refuge (verb)..

V. 5
26 Unbroke

1 215
Distaff-women.

iii. 2

118
Knightly (adv.)

Regenerate (adj.) i. 3
i. 3

70 Uncontrolled 24
*Double-fatal..

i.
12

3
iii.

90
2 117

3 67
l'ncurse

iii.

2 137
Drunkenly ... ii. 1 127 Lean-looked...
ii. 4 11 Regreet (verb). i. 3 142 Undeaf

1 16
Lean-witted.. ii. 1 115

i. 3 186 Undeck..
Eagle-winged..
i.

1 250
3 129
Leased

ii, 1 59 Resignation ... iv. 1
Engaoled ......

179 Unhappied..

iii. 1
i.

10
1

Restful 20
68
iv. 1 12 Unhorse.

V. 3 19
Falter

Life-harming..

ii. 3 Right-drawn..

2
iii. 2

i. 1 46
26

(iv.

1 220
Farm10 (verb)..

Rival-hating.

Unkinged

i. 3 131
i. 4 45

V. 5 37
Farm11 (lease)..

Maid-pale..... iii. 3 98 Rug-headed... ii. 1
ii.
1 256

156 Unpleased. .... iii. 3 193
Make-peace...

i. 1 160
*Fly-slow 12.... i. 3 150

Unrestrained.. 3 7
Manual 17.

iv.
1 25 Sea-walled ....

iii.

4
Frequent13(intran.)v. 3

43 Unrightful
6

V. 1 03
Misgoverned ..
V. 2 5 Self-atfrighted. iii. 2 53

L'nstooping.. i. 1 121
Gaunt.
ii. 1 74

ii. 1

Self-born..
48

ii, 3 SO

Unstringed.... i. 3 162
Glazed 14

ii. 2 16
Monarchize....

iii.

Self-mould
2 165

i. 2

23 Unthrifts 25 ii. 3190
Grassy
iii. 3

Shrill-voiced ..
50

V. 3
75 l'ntrodden 26..

i. 2
Nearness 18.
i. 1 119 Sickliness...

ii. 1 142
Upstart (adj.).

ii
Hairless 15.
Rii.

3 122
iii. 2 112

2 127 Sky-aspiring... i. 3 130
*Harsh-resound-

Neuter.
ii. 3 159 *Soon-believing i.

1 101 Vauntingly.... iv.
ing.....
i. 3 135

1
Never-quenching v.
5 109 Sparkles (sub.)

V. 3 21
Heavy-gaited.. iii. 2 15 Noblesse

iv. 1 119 Sprightfully.. i. 3 3 *Walking-staff 27 iii. 3 151
*High-stomached i. 1 18

Staggers 21

V.

5 110 Well-disposed .. ii. 1 205
Oil-dried
i. 3 221 *Still-breeding

V. 5
8 *Well-graced..

V. 2 24
Ill-erected

V. 1
2 Out-pray

V.
3 109 Stringless... 1 149 *Well-meaning

ii.

1 123
Imagery.
V. 2 16 Oyster-wench.. i. 4 31 Sullens (sub.).

ii. 1 139 Whencesoever. ii. 3
Partialize......

Wistly28... V. 4 7
i. 1 120
Taxes (sub.)29.
ii. 1

i.
9 Lucrece, 1768.
Party-verdict..

246 Wrath-kindled

1 152
i, 3 231
10 In the sense of to let on lease. Pines 19

Tender-hearted iii. 3 100

V. 1 77
11 In the expression “in farm."
12 The reading of F. 2. All the

23 l'nbegotten oceurs in King

2 Sonn. lxvi. 1.
other old copies (Qq. and F. 1, F.

John, iy, 3. 54.
16 Sonn. ci. 8.
3, F. 4) read (substantially) sly

21 Used transitively in the sense 24 Venus and Adonis, 104; Lu-

17 Venus and Adonis, 516. of "to make to reel;" used in
slow.
18 In this passage F. i has near.

crece, 645.

sense of "to make to hesitate,"
13 Used transitively, Timon, i. nese hyphened with the preceding “to bewilder," Henry VIII. ii.

25 Sonn. ix. 9; xiii. 13.
1. 117; Pericles, iv. 6. 102.

96 'ntrod occurs in JuliusCesar,
word neighbour.
4. 212.

iii. 1. 136.
14 Sonn. xxiv. 8; Lover's Com- 19 As a transitive verb; so used 22 Used, in fiscal sense, only in
plaint, 286.

27 Not hyphened in old copies.
in Venus and Adonis, 602: but this passage.

The verb occurs
15 Venus and Adonis, 187. nowhere else by Shakespeare.

2 Venus and Adonis, 34.; Lu-
frequently,

crece, 1355; Pilgrim, &
482

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