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SC. 4.

Approach, thou beacon to this under globe,
That by thy comfortable beams I may
Peruse this letter. p. 292.
'Tis strange that they should so depart from home,
And not send back my messenger. P. 293.
Let go thy hold, when a great wheel runs down a hill,
lest it break thy neck with following. p. 295.

This approves her letter,
That she would soon be here. p. 299.

Time Sentence.

SC. 4.

At their chamber door I'll beat the drum,
Till it cry sleep to death. p. 296.

ACT III.

Conditional Sentences.

No. 2 a. Sc. 7. If wolves bad at thy gate howld that stern time, Thou shouldst have said, 'Good porter, turn the key.'

p. 322. No. 2 b.

Thou’dst* shun a bear,
But if thy flight lay toward the roaring sea,

Thou’dst meet the bear i’ the mouth. p. 310.
Sc. 7. If you did wear a beard upon your chin,

I'd shake it on this quarrel. p. 323.

Sc. 4.

Sc. I.

No. 3.

There is division,
Although as yet the face of it be cover'd. p. 304.
Sc. 3. If he ask for me, I am ill. p. 309.

My duty cannot suffer
To obey in all your daughters' hard commands,
Though their injunction be to bar my doors. P. 314.

SC. 4:

* First Clause wanting.

Sc. 5. If the matter of this paper be certain, you have

Mighty business in hand.
I will persevere in my course of loyalty, though the con-

Aict be sore between that and my blood. p. 316.
Sc. 6. Tooth that poisons if it bite

Be thy mouth or black or white ..
Tom will make him weep and wail. p. 318.
I'll never care what wickedness I do,
If this man come to good.

If she live long,
And in the end meet the old course of death,
Women will all turn monsters. p. 324.

Sc. 7.

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Second Clause Indicative.

Sc. 6.

If thou shouldst dally half an hour, his life,
With thine, and all that offer to defend him,
Stand in assured loss. p. 319.

Sc. 4

SC. 1.

Condition implied.
Nay, he reserved a blanket, else we had been all shamed.

p. 312.
First Clause wanting.
This night wherein the cub-drawn bear would couch.

p. 304 I'd rather break mine own. p. 310 There could I have him now.

p. 311. This rest might yet have balm'd thy broken senses.

p. 320. The sea

.. would have buoy'd up. p. 322. To lead him where he would. p. 324.

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Second Clause wanting.
Is it not as this mouth should tear this hand ? p. 310.

SC. 4.

Dependent Sentences.

That things might change or cease.

SC.I.

p. 304.

SC. 3.

When I desired their leave that I might pity him, they

took from me the use of mine own house. Go you and maintain talk with the duke, that my charity

be not of him perceived. P. 309.
Sc. 4. Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel,

That thou mayst shake the superflux to them. p. 311.
Is it the fashion that discarded fathers
Should have thus little mercy on their flesh? p. 312.
He said it would be thus. p. 315.
O heavens! that this treason were not.
Seek out where thy father is, that he may be ready for

our apprehension. P. 316.
Lest it see more, prevent it. p. 323.

Sc. 5.

Sc. 7.

Relative Sentence.

Sc. 6.

Tell me, whether a madman be a gentleman, or a yeo

p. 317.

man.

Time Sentence.

Sc. 7.

He that will think to live till he be old
Give me some help. p. 323.

ACT IV.

Conditional Sentences.

No. 1.

SC. I.

I'd

Sc. 3.

Might I but live to see thee in my touch,
say I had eyes again. p. 326.

Sorrow
Would be a rarity most belov’d, if all

Could so become it. p. 332.
Sc. 6. If I could bear it longer

My snuff and loathed part nature should
Burn itself out. p. 337.
Were all thy letters suns, I could not see. P. 340.

No. 2 a.

Sc. 6.

Had he been where he thought,
By this had thought been past.
Hadst thou been aught but gossamers, feathers, air,
So many fathom down precipitating
Thou hadst shiver'd like an egg. p. 337.
And ch'ud ha' been zwagger'd out of my life, 't would

not have been zo long as ’tis by a vortnight. p. 344.
Had you not been their father, these white flakes
Had challeng'd pity of them. p. 346.

Mine enemy's dog,
Though he had bit me, should have stood that night
Against my fire. P. 347.

Sc. 7.

No. 2 b.

Sc. 2.

This kiss, if it durst speak,
Would stretch thy spirits up into the air. p. 328.

No. 3.

Sc. 6. If Edgar live, O, bless him. p. 337.

If your will want not, time and place will be fruitfully

offered.

There is nothing done, if he return the conqueror. P. 344. Sc. 7. If you have poison for me, I will drink it. p. 348.

Second Clause Indicative.

SC. 2.

Were it my fitness
To let these hands obey my blood,
They are apt enough to dislocate and tear
Thy flesh and bones. P. 330.

SC. I.

Condition implied.
But that thy strange mutations make us hate thee,
Life would not yield to age. P. 325.

Sc. 3.

He has some reason, else he could not beg. p. 326.
So distribution should undo excess. p. 327.
Else one self mate and mate could not beget
Such different issues. p. 332.

For all beneath the moon
Would I not leap upright. p. 336.
So shou my thoughts be sever'd from my griefs. p. 345.

I should e'en die with pity,
To see another thus. p. 347.

Sc, 6.

SC. 7.

Sc. 2.

SC. 5.

Sc. 6.

First Clause wanting.
Whose reverence even the head-lugg'd bear would

lick. p. 329.
What might import my sister's letter to him? p. 334.
Thus might he pass indeed. p. 337.
I would not take this from report. p. 340.
There thou mightest behold the great image of autho-

rity. p. 341.
It were a delicate stratagem, to shoe
A troop of horse with felt.
This would make a man, a man of salt,
To use his eyes for garden water-pots. P. 342.
As duteous to the vices of thy mistress,
As badness would desire. p. 344.
Your (wife, so I would say) affectionate servant. p. 345.

SC. 3.

Second Clause wanting.
Once or twice she heav'd the name of father
Pantingly forth, as if it press’d her heart. p. 332.

Better I were distract. p. 345.

Sc. 6.

Dependent Sentences. Sc. 2. I told him you were coming. p. 328.

(He) quit the house on purpose, that their punishment Might have the freer course. p. 331.

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