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funt. Enter Charles, Alanson, Burgundie, Baftard,

and Pucell.

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Cbar. Had Yorke and Somerset brought rescue in,
We should have found a bloody day of this.

Baff. How the yong w belpe of Talbors saging wood,
Did flesh hispuny-lword in Frenchmens blood.

PM. Once I encountred him and thus 1 faid:
Thou Maiden yoath, be vanquisht by a Maide.
But with a provd Majesticall high scorne so mingin
He answer'd thus : Yong Talbot was not borne 18 comfowa
To be the pillage of a Giglot Wench, _ Of Your Momenę
He left me proudly, as unworthy fight.

Bwr. Doubtlesse he would have made a noble Knight:
See where helyes inherced in the armes
Of the most bloody Nursfer of his barmes. Phim Blasting

Baff. Hew them to pecces, hack their bones affunder,
Whose life was Englands glory, Gallia's wonder.

Char. Oh no forbeare: For that which we have fled
During the life, let us not Wrong it dead.

Enter Incy. anin Bermuda
Lt. Herald,conduct me to the Dolphins Tent,
To know who hath obtaindthe glory of the day.

Char. On what submislive meslageart thou sent?

Lucy. Submillion Dolphin2 Tis a meere French word:
We English: Warriours wot not what it meancs.
I come to know what Prisoners thou haft tane,
And to survey the bodies of the dead.

Cbar. For prisoners askst thou? Hellour prisonis.
friofoly But tell me whom thou seekifte
Luc. But where's

the great Alcides of the field,
Valiant Lord Talbot Earle of Shrewsbury?
Created for his rare fucceffe in Armes,
Great Earle of affordyWaterford and Valongo,
Lord Talbot of Goodrig and Vrchinfield,
Lord Strange of Blackmere, Lord Verdon of Aloon,
Lord Cromovell of wingefield, Lord Furnivall of Sheffeild,
Thethrice victorious Lord of Labcondridge,
Knight of the Noble Order of S. George,
Worthy S. Misbad and the Golden Flecce,
Great Marshall to our King Henry the fixt,
Of all his Warres within the Realme of France.

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TO TIE TEXT OF

SHAKESPEARE'S PLAY.S,

FROM

EARLY MANUSCRIPT CORRECTIONS

IN

A COPY OF THE FOLIO, 1632,

IN THE POSSESSION OP

J. PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ. F.S.A.

FORMING

A Supplemental Volume

TO THE

WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE BY THE SAME EDITOR.

THE SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED.

LONDON:
WHITTAKER AND CO. AVE MARIA LANE.

LONDON:

GILBERT AND RIVINGTON, PRINTERS,

ST. JOHN'S SQUARE.

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Nearly the whole of what was thought necessary by way of preface to the present edition had been written, when I was favoured by a gentleman, of whom I had no personal knowledge, but the deeds of whose near and illustrious relative are upon historical record, with information which has led to an important discovery regarding the ownership and history of my corrected folio, 1632.

John Carrick Moore, Esq., of Hyde Park Gate, Kensington (nephew to Sir John Moore, who terminated his brilliant career at Corunna in January, 1809), struck by the indisputable value of many of the published emendations, and animated, like other members of his family, by the warmest love for Shakespeare and his works, was kind enough to address a note to me, in which he stated that a friend of his, a gentleman of the name of Parry, had been at one time in possession of the very folio upon which I founded my recent volume of Notes and Emendations”-that Mr. Parry had been well acquainted with the fact that its margins were filled throughout by manuscript notes, and that he accurately remembered the hand-writing in which they were made. On being shown the fac-simile, which accompanied my first edition, and which is repeated in the present, he declared his instant conviction that it had been copied from what had once been his folio,

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