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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA.
The Taming of the Shrew.
To] Unto S. Walker conj.
IV. 1. 36, 37. and...thou wilt] is...will thaw Badham conj. In note on line 37 dele will thaw Anon. conj.
IV. 5. 22.
IV. 5. 77.
All's Well that Ends
I. I. 97.
II. 1. 170.
III. 2. 108.
IV. 2. 38.
IV. 3. 94.
The Winter's Tale.
1.2. 147, 148.
Add to note, so it shall be, so Mitford conj.
In the note, for Williams read Badham.
Add to note, move the still-reeking Jervis conj.
Add to note, make ropes...snare or wake hopes...scare
Add to note, he has Steevens.
For he has read has, and in the note read has] ha's Ff. he has Steevens.
Add to note, Her. How my lord? Pol. What...brother? Add to note, drink deep Long MS. Mr Staunton's conjecture should be drink deep o't.
comedy to which it is attached.' That this could not have been the case appears from an examination of Capell's copy, the only one known to us which has the title-page perfect. In this the title forms part of the first quire, and has not been inserted. The paper on which it is printed is the same as that used for the rest of the play, the wiremarks corresponding throughout. The passages from the
Meredith of Quebec.
W. G. C.
CHRISTOPHER SLY, a tinker.
Hostess, Page, Players, Huntsmen, and Servants.
BAPTISTA, a rich gentleman of Padua.
VINCENTIO, an old gentleman of Pisa.
LUCENTIO, Son to Vincentio, in love with Bianca.
Persons in the
PETRUCHIO', a gentleman of Verona, a suitor to Katharina.
KATHARINA, the shrow,} daughters to Baptista.
Tailor, Haberdasher, and Servants attending on Baptista and
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.
SCENE I. Before an alehouse on a heath.
Enter HOSTESS and SLY.
Sly. I'll pheeze you, in faith.
Host. A pair of stocks, you rogue!
Sly. Y'are a baggage: the Slys are no rogues; look in the chronicles; we came in with Richard Conqueror. Therefore paucas pallabris; let the world slide: sessa!
Host. You will not pay for the glasses you have burst?
Sly. No, not a denier.
cold bed, and warm thee.
Go by, Jeronimy: go to thy
Host. I know my remedy; I must go fetch the thirdborough.
[Exit. IO Sly. Third, or fourth, or fifth borough, I'll answer him by law: I'll not budge an inch, boy: let him come, and kindly.
mie Q. go by S. Ieronimie Ff (Ieroni-
9. thirdborough] Theobald. head-
10. [Exit.] Rowe. om. Ff Q.