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Page 39. To the passages which I have cited for the sake of shewing that, in all probability, the true reading is “soil of night,” add the following one ;
“And now the night with darkenes ouer-spred
Nicholson's Acolastus, his After-Witte, 1600, sig. I 2.
A line of Fletcher and Massinger's [?] False One, act iii. sc. 3, stands thus in the old copies ; “Yet all be ready, as I gave
direction." a misprint, of course, for
“ Let all be ready,” &c.
“ The wretch thats torne vpon the torturing wrack
hart.” No-Body and Some-Body. With the true Chronicle
Historie of Elydure, &c. n. d. sig. E,