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560 , Note ' , dele and below it means a crab - stick . VOL . 11 . E RRATA IN MIDSUMMER - NIGHT'S DREA M. opt VOL . II . Page 105 , line 12 , read then for them 143 , line 13 , read They for Thy 153 , line it , for you read your 349 ...
For you , fair Hermia , look you arm yourself To fit your fancies to your father's will ; Or else the law of Athens yields you up ( Which by no means we may extenuate ) To death , or to a vow of single life.
... to the wood will he , to - morrow night , Pursue her ; and for this intelligence If I have thanks , it is a dear expence : But herein mean I to enrich my pain , To have his fight thither , and back again . ( Exit . . II .
In the mean time , I will draw a bill of properties , such as our play wants . I pray you , fail me not . Bot . We will meet ; and there we may rehearse more obscenely , and courageously . Take pains ; be perfect ; adieu . Quin .
I mean , that my heart unto yours is knit ; So that but one heart P we can make of it : Two bosoms interchained with an oath ; So then , two bosoms , and a single troth . Then , by your side no bed - room me deny ; For , lying so ...
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