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See also Mr . Ritson ' s observations on the same subject . On account of their
length , they are given at the end of the play . STEEVENS . 3 Cupid all arm ' d : ]
All arm ' d , does not signify dressed in panoply , but only enforces the word
8 Thou told ft me , they were stol ' n into this wood , And here am I , and wood
within this wood , 7 I am invisible ; ] I thought proper here to observe , that , as
Oberon and Puck his attendant , may be frequently observed to speak , when
there is ...
No doubt , they rose up early , to observe The rite of May ; and , hearing our intent
, the same description , has them both in one verse , ibid . p . 34 . a . « This latter
was a hounde of Crete , the other was of Spart . " T , WARTÓX . 2 So fanded ...
It has been justly observed by an anonymous writer , that “ among this
assemblage of familiar circumstances attending midnight , either in England or its
neighbouring kingdoms , Shakspeare would never have thought of intermixing
the exotick ...
The word here intended , though mispelled , is quoted , which fignifies observed
or regarded , both here and in every place where it occurs in these plays ; and
the meaning is , that amber itself is ree garded as foul , when compared with her
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