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HAMLET.

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A mote it is, to trouble All that live must die, the mind's eye. .Hor. a. 1 passing through nature to 8. 1

eternity.. Queen a. 1 8. 2 A little more than kin, As if increase of appetite, and less than kind. . Ham. had grown by what it fed on 1 s. 2

..Ham, a. 1 s. 2 A violet in the youth of Armed at point, exactly primy nature, forward, not cap-à-pè. . Hor, a. 1 3. 2 permanent, &c. .Laer. a. I

And hitherto doth love on 8. 1

fortune tend, for who not A double blessing, is a needs, shall never lack a donble grace. .Laer, a. 1 8.3 friend. . King a. 3 s. 2 Angels and ministers of

Alas!
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Yorick.. Ham. grace defends us. . Ham. a.

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Ay, Sir, to be honest as A combination, and a form this world goes, is to be one indeed, where

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God did man picked out of 10,000.. set his seal, to give the world

Ham. a. 2 3. 2 the assurance of a man.. And then it started, like a Ham. a. 3 8. 4

guilty thing, upon a fearful Are you like the painting summons.. Hor. a. 1 s. 1 of a sorrow, a face without a A countenance, more in heart ?.. King a. 4 s. 7 sorrow than in anger. . Hor. A little ere, the mighty

a. 1 s. 3 Julius fell, the graves stood A knavish speech, sleeps tenantless and the sheeted in a foolish ear.. Hor. a. 4 dead, did squeak, and gibber, 8. 2 in the Roman streets. . Hor. A man may fish with a a. 1 s. 1

worm that has eat of a King, And then it started, like a and eat of the fish that hath guilty thing, upon a fearful fed of that worm.. Ham. a. summons .. Hor. a. 1 8. 1 4 8. 3

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As love between them like see in passages of proof, the palm might flourish, as time, qualifies the spark and peace should still her wheat

fire of it. . King a. 4 s. 7 en garland wear, and stand a

But look, the morn, in comma'tween their amities.. russet mantle clad, walks Hor. a. 5 s. 2

o'er the dew of yon high As a woodcock to my own

eastern hill.. Hor, a. 1 s. 1 springs, I am justly killed Be thou familiar, but by with my own treachery.. no means vulgar.. Pol. a. I Laer. a. 5 s. 2

s. 3 Absent thee from felicity

Both here and hence pursue awhile, and in this harsh me, lasting strife, if once a world, draw thy breath in / widow, ever I be wife. . P. pain, to tell my story..Ham. Queen a, 3 s. 2 a. 5 s. 2

Be you content to lend But break, my heart, since

your patience to us, and we I must hold my tongue. .

shall jointly labour with your Ham. a. 1 2

soul, to give it due content.. Be wary, then, best safety King a. 4 8. 5 lies in fear.. Laer. a. 1 8.3 Cut off even in the blos

Beware of entrance to a soms of my sin, unhousel'd, quarrel, but being in, bear it, disappointed, unaneal'd.. that the oppressor may bé

Ghost a. 1 5 ware of thee.. Pol. a. 1 8.3 Conceit in weakest bodies,

But virtue, as it never will strongest works.. Ghost a. 3 be moved, tho' lewdness court it in a shape of Heaven Custom hath made it in .. Ghost a. 1 s. 5

him, a property of easiness.. Bnt breathe his faults so

Hor. a. 3 s. 1 quaintly, that they may seem Costly thy habit as thy the taints of liberty.. Pol. a. purse can buy, but not ex2 1

pressed in fancy, rich not Beggar that I

am,

gaudy, for the apparel oft even poor in thanks, but I proclaims the man... Pol. a. thank

you. . Ham. a. 2 8. 2 I s. 3 But that I know, love is Cudgel thy brains no more begun by time, and that I about it, for your dull ass will

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prove unkind.. Oph. a. 3 beating. . Clown a. 5 s. 1

Churlish priest, a minis- For 'tis a question left for tering angel shall my sister

us to prove, whether love be, when thou liest howling lead fortune or else fortune .. Laer. a. 5 s. 1

love. .P. King a. 3 8. 2 Do not spread the compost

For use can almost change on the weeds, to make them the stamp of nature. . Ham. ranker.. Ham. a. 3 s. 4

a. 3 s. 4 Distilled almost to jelly For youth no less becomes with the act of fear, stand the light and careless livery dumb and speak not to him that it wears, than settled .. Hor. a. 1 s. 2

age, his sables and his weeds, Diseases desperate grown, importing health and graveby desperate appliance are ness.. King a. 4 s. 7 relieved.. King d. 4 s. 3 Frailty thy name is wo

Dipping all his faults in man.. Ham. a. 1 8. 2 their affection, work like the For what we know must spring that turneth wood to be, and is as common as any stone. . King a. 4 8.7

of the most vulgar thing to Ere yet the salt of most

sense, why should we in our unrighteous tears, had left peevish opposition take it to the flashing in her galla heart. .King a. 1 s. 2 eyes, she married.. Ham. a. For nature crescent, does 3. 2

not grow alone in thews and Examples gross as earth / bulk, but as this temple waxexhort me, witness this

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es, the inward man of the of such mass and charge lead

mind and soul grows wide by a delicate and tender withal. . Laer. a. 1 s. 3 prince..Ham. a. 4 8.4

For murder tho’ it have no Foul deeds will rise, tongue, will speak with most though all the earth o'er- miraculous organ. . Ham. a. whelms them to men's eyes. .

2 s. 2 Ham. a. 1 s. 2

For women fear too much For to the noble mind such even as they love, &c,.P. gifts wax poor, when givers Queen a. 3 8. 2

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As love between them like see in passages of proof, the palm might flourish, as time, qualifies the spark and peace

should still her wheat- fire of it. . King a. 4 s. 7 en garland wear, and stand a But look, the morn, in comma'tween their amities.. russet mantle clad, walks Hor. a. 5 3. 2

o'er the dew of yon high As a woodcock to my own eastern hill.. Hor, a. 1 8. 1 springs, I am justly killed Be thou familiar, but by with my own treachery.. no means vulgar.. Pol. a. I Laer.

5 Absent thee from felicity

Both here and hence pursue awhile, and in this harsh me, lasting strife, if once a world, draw thy breath in widow, ever I be wife. . P. pain, to tell my story..Ham. Queen a. 3 8. 2 a. 5 s. 2

Be you content to lend But break, my heart, since

your patience to us, and we I must hold my tongue. .

shall jointly labour with your Ham. a. 1 s. 2

soul, to give it due content..

5 Be wary, then, best safety King a. 4 s. lies in fear. . Laer. a. 1 8. 3

in the blosBeware of entrance to a soms of my sin, unhousel'd, quarrel, but being in, bear it, disappointed, unaneal'd.. that the oppressor may be

Ghost a. 1 s. 5 ware of thee. . Pol. a. 1 8.3 Conceit in weakest bodies,

But virtue, as it never will strongest works.. Ghost a. 3 be

moved, tho' lewdness court it in a shape of Heaven Custom hath made it in .. Ghost a. 1 s. 5

him, a property of easiness.. Bnt breathe his faults so Hor. a. 3 s. 1 quaintly, that they may seem Costly thy habit as thy the taints of liberty.. Pol. a. purse can buy, but not ex2 s. 1

pressed in fancy, rich not Beggar that I am, I am gaudy, for the apparel oft even poor in thanks, but I proclaims the man... Pol. a. thank you. . Ham. a.2 8. 2

1 s. 3 But that I know, love is Cudgel thy brains no more begun by time, and that I about it, for your dull ass will

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