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THE

PLAYS

OF

SH A KSPEARE.

VOL. VIII.

Shakspeare unites in his existence the utmost elevation and the utmost depth ; and the most foreign, and even apparently irreconcilable properties subsist in him peaceably together. The world of spirits and nature have laid all their treasures at his feet: in strength a demigod, in profundity of view a prophet, he lowers himself to mortals as if unconscious of his superiority, and is as open and unassuming as a child.

A. W. SCHLEGEL.

PLA Y S

of

S H A K S P E A R E.

IN FOURTEEN VOLUMES.

VOL. VIII.

KING HENRY VJ.-PART I.

KING HENRY VI.-PART II.

KING HENRY VI.-PART II.

LONDON:
L. A. LEWIS, 125, FLEET STREET.

MDCCCXLI.

LONDON : Printed by Maurice and Co., Howford Buildings,

Fenchurch-street.

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