The Leopold Shakspere; The poet's works in chronological order from the text of Professor Delius…

by William Shakespeare

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...old Double of your town living yet? Sil. Dead. sir. Shal. Jesu! Jesu! dead!--he drew a good bow;--and dead!--he shot a fine shoot:--John ofGaunt loved him well, and betted much money on his head. Dead!--he would have clapped in the clout at twelve score; and carried you a forehand shaft a fourteen and fourteen and a naif, that it would have done a man''s heart good to see.--How a score of ewes now 1 50 Sil. Thereafter as they be; a score of good ewes may be worth ten pounds. Shal. And is old Double dead? Sil. Here come two of Sir John Falstaffs men, as I think. Enter Bardolph, and one with him. Bard. Good morrow, honest gentlemen. I beseech you, which is Justice Shallow? Shal. I am Robert Shallow, sir; a poor esquire of this county, and one of the king''s justices of the peace. What is your good pleasure with me? 60 Bard. My captain, sir, commends him to you; my captain, Sir John Falstaff: a tall gentleman, by Heaven, and a most gallant leader. Shal. He greets mo well, sir: I knew him a good backsword man. How doth tho good knight J may I ask, how my lady his wife doth? Bard. Sir, pardon; a soldier is better accommodated than with a wife. Shal. It is well said, in faith, sir; and it is well said indeed too. Better accommodated!--it is good; yea, indeed, is it: good phrases are surely, and ever were, very commendable. Accommodated! it comes of accommodo: very good; a good phrase. Bard, l''ardon mt% sir; I have heard the word. Phrase, call you it? By this good day, I know not the phrase: but I will maintain the word with my sword to bo a soldicr-likc word, and a word of exceeding good command, by Heaven. Accommodated; that is, when a man is, as they say, accommodated; or, when a man is,--being,--whereby,--he may be thought to be accommodated,...

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Dimensions: 1150 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 2.25 in

Published: May 13, 2014

Publisher: General Books LLC

Language: English

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The Leopold Shakspere; The poet's works in chronological order from the text of Professor Delius…

by William Shakespeare

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 1150 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 2.25 in

Published: May 13, 2014

Publisher: General Books LLC

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1231810165

ISBN - 13: 9781231810163

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...old Double of your town living yet? Sil. Dead. sir. Shal. Jesu! Jesu! dead!--he drew a good bow;--and dead!--he shot a fine shoot:--John ofGaunt loved him well, and betted much money on his head. Dead!--he would have clapped in the clout at twelve score; and carried you a forehand shaft a fourteen and fourteen and a naif, that it would have done a man''s heart good to see.--How a score of ewes now 1 50 Sil. Thereafter as they be; a score of good ewes may be worth ten pounds. Shal. And is old Double dead? Sil. Here come two of Sir John Falstaffs men, as I think. Enter Bardolph, and one with him. Bard. Good morrow, honest gentlemen. I beseech you, which is Justice Shallow? Shal. I am Robert Shallow, sir; a poor esquire of this county, and one of the king''s justices of the peace. What is your good pleasure with me? 60 Bard. My captain, sir, commends him to you; my captain, Sir John Falstaff: a tall gentleman, by Heaven, and a most gallant leader. Shal. He greets mo well, sir: I knew him a good backsword man. How doth tho good knight J may I ask, how my lady his wife doth? Bard. Sir, pardon; a soldier is better accommodated than with a wife. Shal. It is well said, in faith, sir; and it is well said indeed too. Better accommodated!--it is good; yea, indeed, is it: good phrases are surely, and ever were, very commendable. Accommodated! it comes of accommodo: very good; a good phrase. Bard, l''ardon mt% sir; I have heard the word. Phrase, call you it? By this good day, I know not the phrase: but I will maintain the word with my sword to bo a soldicr-likc word, and a word of exceeding good command, by Heaven. Accommodated; that is, when a man is, as they say, accommodated; or, when a man is,--being,--whereby,--he may be thought to be accommodated,...