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and when I give the watch-'ords, do as 1 pid you:: coine, come ; trib, crib.
(Exeunto. Enter Falstaff, with a Buck's bead on. Fal. The Windjor hell hath ftruck twelve, the minute draws on ;
now che h t-blooded Gods affiit me! Remember, Jove, thou wast a bull for thy Europa ; love set on thy horns. Oh powerful love! that, in some refpects, makes a beast a man; in some other, a man a beast: You were also, Jupiter, a swan, for the love of Leda: oh. omnipotent love! how near the God drew to the complexion of a goose ? A fault done first in the form of a beait, -O jove, a beastly fault; and then another fault in the femblance of a fowl :think on't, Jove, a foul fault. When Gods have hot backs, what shall poor men do? for me, I am here a Windfor Atag, and the fatteft, I think, i' th' forest. Send me a cool rut-time, yove, or who can blame me to piss my tallow? who comes here? my doci
Enter Miftrefs Ford and Mistress Page. Mrs. Ford. Sir John? art thou there, my deer? my male-deer?
Fal. My doe with the black fcut? let the sky rain potatoes ;, let it thunder to the tune of Green-Sleeves; hail kisling.comhtö, and snow erin goes ; let there come a rempeft of provocation, I will sheiter me here.
Mrs. Ford. Miitreis Puce is come with me, sweet heart.
Fał. (28) Divide me like a bribe-buck, each a kaunch ; I will keep my sides to myself, my shoulders for the fellow of this walk, and my horns I bequeath your husbands. Am I a woodman, ha? Speak I like Herne the hunter? why, now is. Cüpid a child of conscience, he makes reftitution. As I'am a true spirit, welcome!
[Noise withina (28) Divide me like a brib'd-buck,] Thus all the old copies, mistakingly : It must be, bribe-buck; i: e..a buck sent for a bribe. . I made the correction in my SHAKESPEARE Restor'd; and Mr. Pope has reform'd the passage by it, in his last edition.. 0
Mrs. Page. A'as! what noise ?
[The ruomen run eat. Fil. I think, the devil will not have me damo d, left the oil that is in me ihould fet hell, on fre; he never would elle cross me ilus. Enter Sir Hugh like a Sotur; Quickly, and others, drift
like Fairies, evith Tapers.
Eva, Ilves, lift your names: blence, you airy toys.
Fel. They're runes; he that speaks to them, shall die. I’It wink and couch ; no man their works muf eye.
[Lies diuen upon his face.. Eva Where's Pede? go you, and where you find a maid, That, ere the sleep, harb thrice her Prayers
organs of her fantasy i
(29) you orphan-beirs of] Why; opkun-båirs.. Definy to which thty i widtheir original, and to whom they were licijs, wagi setin being fuse : ibcietore they could not be callid orphans. Doubtless, the Poet wrote;
You ouphen-beirs of fixed depliny. i. e. You elves, that fucceed to, and minifter in, some of the works of desiny. They are call'd both bofore and atter, in this play, : oufhs; here, cuphin; for en is either the Saron termination of paral Skules; (the word itself being from the Sexott Alfenne, larice, do moneet the termination of an adjective, form'd froni a noun ;* as wioder; woollent; &lder, brazem, &c.
That it may stand 'till the
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11 Search Windsor castle, elves, within and out. Strew good luck, ouphes, on every facred room, In state' as wholesome, as in state 'tis tit; Worthy the owner,
as the owner it (30)
order fet :
Fal. Heav'ns defend me from that Welch fairy., lest be transform me to a piece of cheese!
Eva.Vild worm, thou waft o'er-look dev'nin fhybirth.. Quic. With trial-fire touch me his finger-end ;fps) If he be chafte, the fame will back descend, And turn him to: no pain, but if he start, It is the flesh of a.corrupted heart.. (30)
him and the owner it.] And cannot be the true reading, both because the grammar of the sentence will not allow it, and inti, court to Queen Elizabeth directs to another reading;
as the owner it. for, fure, he would not with a thing, which his complaisance anár address must suppose actually, was; vix, the worth of the owner.
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Eva, Arrial, come
(7 bey burn bim with their tapers, and pinch binte Come, will this wood cake fire ?
Fal. Oh, oh, oh!
Quici Carrapi, corrupt, and tainted in defue; si About him, fairies, fog a fcorbful rhyme o.1 syo 13 And as you trip, fill pinch him to your time. 1.200 * Eva. (3). It is right, indeed, he is full of lecheries and iniquity.
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s, it's live in 11 11: Loft is but a bloody fire, ...sobidai
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comes one way, and feals araya bey in
another way, and he takes awayIn iboylin szphite; w and Fedtem gmes, and steals away Mrsen Ann Page. and noile rof bunting is made withinır All ibel Fairies
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Mrs.Page. I pray you come; hold up the jest no higher. Now, good Sir John, how like you Windfor wives?
(31) Eva. It is right, indeed :) This short speech, which is very, much in sharacter for Sir Hugb. I have inserted from the old Quarte. 1832) During this forg, I This direction, I thought proper to iglest from the old Quarto's, man is necesaw to explain what is in action.opa, she Scene and on which a part of ihesusastropubeoffliefable depenga