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Æge. O, grief hath changed me since you saw me last,
Ant. E. Neither.
No, trust me, sir, nor I.
Dro. E. Ay, sir, but I am sure I do not; and whatsoever a man denies, you are now bound to believe him.
Æge. Not know my voice ! O time's extremity,
Ant. E. I never saw my father in my life.
298 deformed] deforming Capell.
Rowe. I, sir? Pope. om. Hanmer,
reading as verse. Ay, sir? Malone. 304, 305 Printed as verse by Capell:
But...whatsoever A...him. 307 crack'd and splitted] crack'd my
voice split Collier MS. 309 of untuned cares] untuned of cares
cares] care S. Walker conj. ears
old] hold Warburton.
which) cannot err so quoted by Dodd. 319 Syracusa, boy] Capell. Siracusa
boy Ff. Syracusa bay Rowe. Syracusa's bay Hanmer.
Thou know'st we parted : but perhaps, my son,
Ant. E. The Duke and all that know me in the city
Duke. I tell thee, Syracusian, twenty years
Re-enter Abbess, with ANTIPHOLUS of Syracuse and DROMIO of
Syracuse. Abb. Most mighty Duke, behold a man much wrong'd. .
[All gather to see them. Adr. I see two husbands, or mine eyes deceive me.
Duke. One of these men is Genius to the other ;
Dro. S. I, sir, am Dromio: command him away.
. Dro. S. O, my old master! who hath bound him here?
? Abb. Whoever bound him, I will loose his bonds, And gain a husband by his liberty. Speak, old Ægeon, if thou be’st the man That hadst a wife once call’d Æmilia, That bore thee at a burthen two fair sons: 0, if thou be'st the same Ægeon, speak, And speak unto the same Æmilia !
327 Syracusa] Syracuse Collier MS.
besse with Antipholus Siracusa
and Dromio Sir. (Sirac. F,F,F). Ff. 329 SCENE VII. Pope.
[All...them.] All... him. Warbur
Æge. If I dream not, thou art Æmilia :
Abb. By men of Epidamnum he and I
Duke. Why, here begins his morning story right : 355
Ant. S. No, sir, not I; I came from Syracuse.
346, 347 tell me, where...raft?] Capell.
tell me, where...rafte. F,F,F3. tell
me where...raft. FA 355—360 Why...together] Ff insert this
speech after 344. The alteration
is due to Capell. 355 his] F F. this F,F4. the Rowe
story right] story's light Capell. 356 Antipholuses, these] Antipholus,
these F. Antipholis, these F,F,F4. Antipholis's, these Rowe (ed. 2). Antipholus', these S. Walker conj.
358 Besides her urging of her] Both
sides emerging from their Hanmer.
See note (1). 357 these] F F, those F,F3.
semblance) semblance prove Capell.
Jackson conj. 359 These are] These plainly are Pope. 361 Ff prefix 'Duke.'
first?] Capell. first. Ff.
Ant. E. Brought to this town by that most famous
Adr. Which of you two did dine with me to-day?
And are not you my husband ? Ant. E. No; I say nay to that.
Ant. S. And so do I; yet did she call me so :
Ang. That is the chain, sir, which you had of me.
Adr. I sent you money, sir, to be
Ant. S. This purse of ducats I received from you,
cheer. Abb. Renowned Duke, vouchsafe to take the pains
366 by] with Singer (ed. 1).
[Aside to Luciana Staunton conj.
383 from] for Capell conj.
arose Staunton. here arose Anon.
with us into the abbey here,
400 My heavy burthen ne'er delivered. The Duke, my husband, and my children both, And you
the calendars of their nativity, Go to a gossips' feast, and go with me; After so long grief, such nativity! Duke. With all my heart, I'll gossip at this feast.
[Exeunt all but Ant. S., Ant. E., Dro. S., and Dro. E. Dro. S. Master, shall I fetch your stuff from ship
board ? Ant. E. Dromio, what stuff of mine hast thou embark’d? 397 wrong, go] Rowe. wrong. Goe, ley conj.
F,F2. wrong. Go, Fz. wrong. Go gossips'] Dyce. gossips Ff. gossip's F4
Rowe. 398 we shall make] ye shall have Pope. and go] F F F and goe F. and 399 Thirty-three] Ff. Twenty-five Theo- gaude Warburton. and joy Dyce,
bald. Twenty-three Capell. See ed. 2 (Heath conj.). and gout Jacknote (XI).
son conj. and see Anon conj. and but] Fı been F,F3Ft. om. Hanmer. come Keightley. 400 and till] nor till Theobald. until 405 such nativity!]suits festivity. Anon.
Malone (Boaden conj.). and at conj.
nativity] Ff. felicity Hanmer. fes401 burthen ne'er] Dyce. burthen are tivity Staunton and Dyce, ed. 1
F burthens are F,F3F4 burdens (Johnson conj.), withdrawn. are Warburton. burden not Capell. 406 [Exeunt...] Exeunt omnes. Manet burden here Singer (ed. 1). burden the two Dromio's and two Brothers. has Anon. conj. (ap. Halliwell).
Ff. ne'er delivered] undelivered Collier 407 SCENE VIII. Pope. (ed. 1).
fetch] go fetch Dyce, ed. 2 (S. Wal404 Go...and go] Hence...along Lett
ker conj.). som conj. So...all go Clark and ship-board] shipboard
for you Capell Glover conj. Come...and go Keight- conj. ship-board now Keightley.