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A. S. P. C. Le Flying at the Brook. Believe me, lords, for Aying at the brook, I saw not better sport these seven years' day

2 Henry vi. 2 1) 5781/28 Fly-flow. The fly-low hours shall not determinate the dateless limit of thy dear exile

Ricbard i. 11 31 4172/25 Fob. The man, fir, that when gentlemen are tired, gives them the fob, and reíts them

Comedy of Errors. 41 31 114 24 Fobb’d. Resolution thus fobb’d, as it is, with the rusty curb of old father antick the law

i Henry iv. il 2 443|2|17 I say, it is very scurvy; and begin to find myself fobb’d in it

Orbello. 4 2 1072 1154 Feb off. You must not think to fob off our disgrace with a tale

Coriolanus. I

il 704 1148 Foes. The better for my foes, and the worse for my friends

Tw. Night. 51 32911 3 To fear the foe, since fear oppresseth strength, gives, in your weakness, strength unto

Richard ii. 3 2 428 122 I rather wish you foes, than hollow friends

3 Henry vii 4 1 6232112 - to my rest, and my sweet Neep's difturbers

Rickard iii. 41 21 6581123 Her foes thake like a field of beaten corn, and hang their heads with sorrow H. viii. 41 7021 29 Coriolanus' reflections on the fickleness of friends and foes

Coriolanus. 41 41 7281133 Our foe was princely; and though you took his life, as being our foe, yet bury him as a prince

Cymbeline. 41 21 917 1 49 And all foes the cup of their deservings

Lear. 51 31 965|2/28 Fc-man. The foe-man may with as great aim level at the edge of a pen-knife 2 H.iv. 3 2 4912 3 Unto his daftard foe-men is betray'd

i Henry vi. I 1545119 Is this our foe-man's face? Ah, no, no, no, no, it is mine only fon 3 Henry vi. 25 61412132 What valiant foe-men, like to autumn's corn, have we mow'd down

Ibid. 57 632 2 2 That hath more scars of sorrow in his heart than foc-men's marks upon his batter'd Thield

Titus Andronicus. 4) 1 8461137 Fædary. If not a foedary, but only he, owe, and succeed by weakness Meas. for Meas: 24 Fogs. Contagious fogs

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 17912 5 I see before me, man, nor here, nor here, nor what ensues; but have a fog in them, that I cannot look through

Cymbeline. 3 21 9081 9 Foils. And your's as blunt as the fencer's foils, it hits but hurts not Mu. Ado Ab. Norb. 52 14411150 I would be loth to foil him

As You Like It. I 1 2242 36 The fullen passage of thy weary steps, esteem a foil, wherein thou art to set the precious jewel of thy home return

Ricbard ii. 1 3/ 41812125 With four or five most vile and ragged foils

Henry v. 41cb 527142 One sudden foil shall never breed distrust

i Henry vi. 3) 3 558 1146 And make him, naked, foil a man at arms

3 Henry vi. 5 41 630 1 25 Yet must Antony no way excuse his foils

Ant. and Cloop. 1 41 7712150 I'll be their foil, Laertes

Hamlet. 5) 210401130 Failed. If I be foil'd, there is but one Mam'd that never was gracious As You Like It. I 2226/2/28 Foin. To see thee foin

Merry Wives of Windfor.12 3 He will foin like any devil; he will spare neither man, woman, nor child 2 Hen. iv. 2 1479153 Frining. I'll whip you from your foining fence

Much Ado Atout Notbing. 51 1 142 1 3 When wilt thou leave fighting o'days and foining of nights

2 Henry iv. 241 4861124 Frifon.

Temper. 21 plenty

Ibid. 41 1

171150 Foizon. They know, by the height, the lowness or the mean, if dearth, or foizon follow

Ant. and Cleep.277801158 Fold. The fold stands empty in the drowned field

Mid. N.'s Dr.2 2 180115 We will descend and fold him in our arms

Ricbard i. 11 31 416 2 39 The man is noble, and his fame folds in this orb o'the earth

Coriolanus. 51 51 739 1 26 And wonder greatly, that man's face can fold in plealing (miles such murderous tyranny

Titus Andronicus. 2) 41 840 2 6 To dismantle so many folds of favour

Lear. I il 93112/31 Folded. The folded meaning of your word's deceit

Comedy of Errors.13 2 1102 56 Folk. Walk aside the true folk, and let the traitors stay

Love's Labor Loft. 4

16212 29 Folies. You are so without these follies, that these follies are within you Two G. of Ver. 21 272 30

As you have one eye upon my follies, as you hear them unfolded, turn another to the register of your own

Merry W. of Windjur. 2 2 551231 - After he hath laugh'd at such shallow follies in others Mu. Ado Alsut Ncb.21 31 1291144

You that are thus to tender o'er his follies, will never do him good Winter's Tale. 2) 3) 3431 So your follies fight against yourself

Ricbard ii. 31 2 428/124 And must I ravel up my weav'd-up follies

Ibid.'41 1 4332124 Follow. Does your business follow us

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A.S. P. C.L. Follow. He will never follow any thing that other men begin

Julius Cæfar.121 748138 Followers. And all my followers to the eager foe turn back, and fly, like tips before the wind

3 Henry vi. 41 607234

Lear. 2 2 942 1/24 Following. To have her gentleman abus'd, assaulted, for following her affairs Folly bought with wit-wit by folly vanquished

Two Gent. of Verona. 1

Ibid. 241 Quote you my folly

in wisdom hatch'd, hath wisdom's warrant, and the help of schools Love's Lab. Loft. 5 2 166/3/29 content He uses his folly like a stalking-horse

As You Like It. 51 4 249112 His folly sauced with discretion

Troil. and Credili

2 85911135 What folly I commit I dedicate to you

Ibid. 31 2 873223 She turn'd to folly, and she was a whore

Orbellc. 521077 1 36 What! quite unmann'd in folly

Macbeib.131 41 376 11 Fond Thekels of the tested gold

Meas. for Meas:12

Ibid. 2 84)221 Ever, till now when men were fond I smiled and wonder'd how You see how simple and how fond I am

Midl. N.'s Dream.13 2 1881 a I do wonder, thou naughty gaoler, that thou art fo fond to come abroad with him at his request

Mercb. of Venice. 3 3 21212 37 Why would you be so fond to overcome the bony priser of the humourous duke

As You Like Ir. 2 3] 230 II We make woe wanton with this fond delay

Richard ii. 5 1 43512/26

Ibid. 5) 2436/223 Thou fond mad woman, wilt thou conceal this dark conspiracy I laugh to see your ladyship so fond

i Henry vi. 21 31 552 713 man! remember that thou hast a wife

Ibid. 54) 566 2119 If I be fond, call it a woman's fear

2 Henry vi. 31 1 5832 36 - What's more dangerous than this fond affiance

Ibid. 3) 1 584.1.17 - I wonder he's so fond to trust the mockery of unquiet Numbers Richard ii. 31 21 65012 8 For I, too fond, might have prevented this

Ibid.3 41 652 216 'Tis fond to wail inevitable strokes, as 'tis to laugh at them

Coriolanus. 4) 1 7261152 Be not fond, to think that Cæsar bears such rebel blood

Jul. Cæfar. 31 175212 1 Why do fond men expose themselves to battle

non of Arbens. 3 5 81612/25 woman let me go

Tirus And. 23 839215 Here's no fond jest

Ibid. /4/ 2 8462 17 I begin to find an idle and fond bondage in the oppression of aged tyranny Lear.1 21 93311/29 Old fond eyes

Ibid. I 41 93812 55 - I am a very foolish fond old man

Ibid. 14 71 96012 18 Thou fond mad man

Romeo and Jul. 31 21 98512 1 For though fond nature bids us all lament, yet nature's tears are reason's merriment

Ibid. 41 51 993127 All trivial fond records

Hamlet. I 5100712135 The most fond and winnow'd opinions

Ibid. 5) 21039146 I confess, it is my Mame to be so fond

Otheil. 1 3 105012 I These are old fond paradoxes

Ibid 2 1 105212 49 If you are fo fund over her iniquity, give her a patent to offend

11069 143 She was too fond of her most filthy bargain

Ibid. 5) 210771216 Fonder. Fonder than ignorance

Troilus and Cressida. 1 1 85813 Fondly. Sorrow and grief of heart makes him speak fondly, like a frantic man Ricb. ii. 3 3 430 131 How fondly dost thou spur a forward horse

1 432 141 brought here, and foolithly fent hence

2 Henry iv. 4) 2 49611113 Which fondly you would here impose on me

Richard iii. 31 71 6351154 What my great grandfather and grandfire got, my careless father fondly gave away

3 Henry vi. 2

2 6112 32 Fondness. Obsequious fondness

Meas. for Meal: 2 41 8512) 5 Font. Thou shalt have two god-fathers; had I been judge, thou should'At have had ten more, to bring thee to the gallows, not the font

Mer. of Venice. 4 1 218135 Food. This may prove food to my displeasure

M. Ado Abt. Norb. 1 3) 1251213 We must starve our sight from lovers' food, 'till morrow deep midnight M. N.'s Dr.1 11 1772/15 Like a fickness, did I loath this food

Ibid. 1 191 1 34 What, would'st thou have me go and beg my food

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Ibid. 12 71 233 1 43 With eager feeding, food doth choak the feeder

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1 Henry iv. 21 465 249 O, dear fon Edgar, the food of thy abused father's wrath

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Fosi. I am a fool to weep at what I am glad of

Tempeft. 31 1
Thou art death's fool

Measure for Measure. 3. I 87135

Much Ado About Norb. 2 3 127 2 59
· Left I thould prove the mother of fools
His man with sciflars nicks him like a fool

Comedy of Errors. 5/ 1 1181 54

Much Ado Abt. Notb. 3) 2 133 133
· He is no fool for fancy

Love's Labor Loft.2
The hour that fools should ask

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That you three fools lack'd me fool to make up the mess

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So portent-like would I o'ersway his state, that he hould be my fool, and I his fate

Ibid. 5 2 766 226
- I dare not call them fools; but this I think when they are thirsty, fools would fain
have drink

Ibid. 5 2 169 228
- Man is but a patch'd fool, if he will offer to say what methought I had M. N.'s Dr. 4 1 1912 15
This is the fool that lent out money gratis

Mer. of Venice. 31 31 212|229
I'll not be made a soft and dull-ey'd fool

Ibid. 3! 31 212 2 42

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The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly

2 2252 46
Since the little wit, that fools have, was filenc'd, the little foolery that wise men

Ibid. 1 2 225249
have, makes a great show
- described by Jaques

Ibid. 2 71 232 2 7

Ibid. 2 7 23212 14
- Call me not fool till heaven hath sent me fortune
By my troth I was seeking for a fool when I found you, he is drown'd in the brook;
look but in and you shall see him

Ibid. 3 2 237 128
A material fool

Ibid. 31 3 2381237
I had rather have a fool to make me merry, than experience to make me sad Ibid. 4 1 242 1 I
The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool

Ibid. 5 245 255
Here comes a pair of very strange beasts, which in all tongues are callid fools Ibid. 5 4 248123
Away thou three-inch fool

Taming of tbe Sbrew. 4 7 267 51
Think him a great way-fool

All's Well. 1 27811 57

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I will be a fool in question, hoping to be the wiser by your answer

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And much fool may you find in you, even to the world's pleasure, and the
of laughter

Ibid. 2 4 288 2 60

Ilid. 4 5 300/220
A tool, fir, at a woman's service, and a knave at a man's
Fair lady, do you think you have fools in hand

Twelfth Nigbr.fi 3 309 1 26
· For give the dry fool drink then is the fool not dry

Ibid. 1 5 31012 58 · The fool thall look to the madman

Ibid. 1 5 311|2|37

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She will keep no fool, fir, 'till the be married

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Ibid. - are like husbands, as pilchards are to herrings

3 3201129 I am, indeed, not her fool, but her corrupter of words

Ibid. 3 1 3201131
· A ramping fool

K. Jobn. 3 1 397 1137
Thou a lunatic lean-witted fool

Richard ir. 2 2 421 1 2
Why what a wasp-stung and impatient fool

1 Henry iv. 1 3 4471 47 - Knotty-pated fool

2 4532135 He was a fool; for he would needs be virtuous

Henry viii. 2
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thus

Coriolanus. 2 3 71712/15
That's the way to fool their preparation

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 801|1|12
There's the fool hangs on your back already

Timon of Atb. 2 2 81012135
Thou art proclaim'd a fool

Troi. and Cref 2 1 865|2|28
- Agamemnon is a fool; Achilles is a fool; Therfites is a fool; and, as aforesaid, Pa-
troclus is a fool

Ibid.!2 3 869119
Thou full dish of fool

Ibid. s 1 88411131
To have smelt like a fool

Cymbeline. 2 1901:46
At fools I laugh, not fear them

Ibid.'4 2 91512 26
are not mad folks

Ibid. 2 31 903/2/22 - D. P.

Lear. 929
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Ibid. 1 2 933|2|51
Since my young lady's going into France, fir, the foul hath much pin'd away Ibid. 1 41 9352 15
Doft thou know the difference, my boy, between a bitter fool and a sweet fool Ibid. 1 4 936134
And ladies too, they will not let me have all fool to myself; they'll be snatching Ib. 1 4936152

Ibid. 2
None of these rogues and cowards, but Ajax, is their fool

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me not so much to bear it tamely

Ibid. 2 41 945224
And my poor fool is hang'd

Ibid. 5 3 9652 29
Fail-begg'd patience

Comedy of Errers. 2 Il 1061 35 Fod's-bolt. ' A fool's bolt is foon shot

Henry v.3) 7 526 27 Tod'd. She is fool'd with a most false effect

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A. S. P. C. L. Fool of Fortune. I am oven the natural fool of fortune

Lear.141 6 9582130 Fool-bardy. Open the door, secure, fool-hardy king

Ricbard ii. 5 3 437 1 40 Fool's-bead. Did I deserve no more than a fool's-head

Mer. of Venice. 21 9 2082123 With one fool's head I came to woo, but I go away with two

Ibid. 2 91 2082 6 Fool's-paradise. If ye should lead her into a fool's paradise

Romeo and Juliet. 21 41 980116 Foclories. For all thy by-gone fooleries were but spices of it

Winter's Tale. 3 2 345 239 Foolery. Now he Mall see his own foolery

Merry W. of Windsor. 4 2

652 47 - There rest in your foolery

Com. of Errors. 41 31 1742 14 Being fool'd, by foolery thrive! there's place, and means, for every man alive All's W. 4 3 299 2 57 fir, does walk about the orb, like the sun; it Mines every where T«. Night. 31 1 320 123 It was meer foolery, I did not mark it

Jul. Cæfar. 1 2 744154 There was more foolery yet, if I could remember it

Ibid. 1 2 744/2/49 As much foolery as I have, so much wit thou lack'st

Timon of Arbens. 2

2 811 1 49 Foot. I will kiss thy foot

Tempeft. 22 12 1 2 With a good leg, and a good foot

Mu. Ado About Norb. 2 11251151 Thieves do foot by night

M.W.of Winds: 2 Will speed her foot again, led by purest love

All's Well. 3) 4 292136 Nay, but make haste; the better foot before

King Jobn. 41 2 4041223 Nor attend the foot that leaves the print of blood where-e'er it walks Ibid. 4) 3) 4052/41 This happy day is not itself, nor have we won one foot, if Salisbury be lost 2 H. vi. 5 2 602 211 I will set this foot of mine as far, as who goes farthest

Julius Cæjar. 1 31 746 137 To the court I'll knock her back, foot her home again

Cymbeline. 31 51 912231 Foot-ball-player. You base foot-ball-player

Lear. 1 4 93512129 Foot-clorb. Thou doit ride on a foot-cloth

2 Henry vi. 47 596-33 Foot-clab borse. Three times to-day my foot-cloth horse did stumble, and started when he look'd upon the tower

Ricbard i. 3 4 652 2119 Foot-cloth mule. And bare head plodded by my foot-cloth mule

2 Henry vi. 4 1 59112158 Fuored. For he is footed in this land already

Henry v.2 41 5192|40 There is part of a power already footed

Lear. 31 31 947 2 40 What confederacy have you with the traitors late footed in the kingdom

951/250 Footing Whose footing here anticipates our thoughts, a se'nnight's speed Orbelio. 2 1 1052 132 Fool-licker.

Tempeft. 41

1812 14 Footftoil. Thus have we swept suspicion from our seat, and made our footstool of security

3 Henry vi. 5 6 632214 Foppory. The grossness of the foppery

Merry Wives of Windsor. 5 5 72 220 of freedom

Meas for Meal: 1 3 772 SI This is the excellent foppery of the world

Lear. I 2 93312 47 Fops. Than doth, within a dull, Nale, tired bed, go to the creating of a whole tribe of fops, got 'tween seep and wake

Ibid. 1 2 932 2 42 For I have had such faults

Measure for Measure. 2 We do fear the law

Cymbeline. 4 2 936 1 9 If, for I want that glib and oily art, to speak and purpose not

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1| 9312138 charitable prayers, Thards, flints, and pebbles Mould be thrown on her Hamlet. 5 110351/47 Forage, and run, to meet displeasure farther from the doors

K. John. s 1 407 2129 in blood of French nobility

Henry v.lt 2 512111 Forbearance. One of your great knowing should learn, being taught, forbearance Cym. 2 3 9032 18 Forbid. He shall live a man forbid

Macbetb. 1 34 3642/20 Force. In the force of his will

Much Ado About Nothing. I 1 1232129 Even in the force and road of casualty

Mercb. of Venice. 2) 9207 253 Your gentleness shall force, more than your force shall move us to gentleness

As You Like It. 21 7 233141 What you will have, I'll give, and willing too; for do we must, what force will have

Ricbard ii. 31 31 430 1158 While we force a play

Henry v. 2 cb 514134 If you will now unite in your complaints, and force them with a constancy H.vii. 3 2 688143 Why torce you this

Coriolanus. 3 21 723121 · He's not yet thorough warm, force him with praises

Troi. and Crel. 2. 3 8701221 - I will try the forces of these thy compounds on such creatures as we count not worth the hanging

Cymbeline. 1 6 898138 Foreed. Iy that forced baseness which he has put upon't

Winter's Tale. 2) 3) 3421 55 Malice forced with wit

Troi. and Crell 5 1 8842138 Forces (army]. And let us, cyphers to this great account, on your imaginary forces work

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Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 5 632 22 Ferdid. To lay the blame upon her own despair, that the fordid herself Lear. s 3 965116 Fordo. Did with desperate hand fordo its own life

Hamlet. 5 110352 37
Fordoes. This is the night, that either makes me or fordoes me quite

Oibello. 5/ 1 10752 25
This is the very ecstasy of love, whose violent property fordoes itself Hamlet. 2 1 1009 248
Fordone. The heavy ploughman (nores all with weary task fordone Midf. Night's Dr.'s 2 1352144
Fort-doom'd. Your eldest daughters have fore-doom'd themselves, and desperately are
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Lar. 5 31 9652110
Fere-advised. Thus to have said as you were fore-advis'd

Coriolanus. 2/ 3/ 7181 40 Fore-end. Than in all the fore-end of my time

Cymbeline. 3) 3 9082 46 Fore-fend. But by (as heaven fore-fend !) your ruin

Winter's Tale. 41 3 354 247 Now heaven forefend! the holy maid with child

i Henry vi. 5 5 568140 · Which peril heaven forefend

3 Henry vi. 2 16111/26 · The gods of Rome forefend, I should be author to dishonour you Tit. Andrun. I 2 83 5/2/42 Heaven forefend! I would not kill thy spirit

Othello. s 2 1076 119 Fore-fended. But have you never found my brother's way to the fore-fended place Lear. 511 9611130

Richard i. 41 1 4332

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Henry viii. 31 21 69212/25 Fore God.

Much Ado About Norbing: 12 3 13012147 Foregoers. Honours beft thrive when rather from our acts we them derive than our foregoers

All's Well.2 3 287|1|16 Foregone all custom of exercises

Hamlet. 2 2 1013 1146 But this denoted a foregone conclusion

Orbello. 3) 3 106411127 Fereband fin

Much Ado Ab!. Norbing. 41 1372 33 Forebeads villainous low

Tempel. 41 3 18242 low; and mine's as high

Two Gent. of Ver. 4) 3 arm’d and reverted, making war against her hair

Comedy of Errors. 3 2 1112133 Winded in my forehead

Mucb Ado About Nothing. 1 1 1232133 Pluck off the bull's horns, and set them in my forehead

Ibid. 1

1123256 As smiles upon the forehead of this action

Treil. and Crel 2 2 8682 4 Forebead of the morning. One that converses more with the buttock of the night than with the forehead of the morning

Coriolanus. 2 | 71222 Foreborse. I shall stay here the forehorse to a smock

All's Well. 2 2 283145 Foreign man. Kept him a foreign man ftill: which fo griev'd him that he ran mad, and dy'd

Henry viii. 2) 26821135 Foreign travail, benefits of

Two Gent.of Verona. 1 3] 262 Fore-knowing that the truth will fall out so

K. Jon. 4 2 404 2 3 Feremoft. Goes foremost in report through Italy

Mucb Ado About Norbing: 31 2 132 219 What, Mall one of us, that struck the foremost man of all this world Julius Cæjar. 41 31 759 1 15 Fore-paft. My fore-past proofs, howe'er the matter fall, Mall tax my fears of little vanity

All's Well. 5 3/ 303 2 26 Fore-run. O, this fame thought did but fore-run my need

Romeo and Juliet. 5 1994 148 Forerunner. Arthur, that great fore-runner of thy blood

K. John. 2 1 390 1 41
There comes with them a fore-runner, my lord, which bears that office Tim. of Atb. 1 2 808/115
Fore-running more requital

Measure for Measure. s 1
Feres. How far is 't called to Fores

Macberb. 1 3 364239
Forelay. Let ordinance come as the gods foresay it

Cymbeline. 4) 2 9161/29 Forelce . Caffandra doth foresee

Troilus and Cressida. s 31 888113 Fore-flow no longer, make we hence amain

3 Henry vi. 2 31 613241 Forespekt. His goodness forespent on us, we must extend our notice Cymbeline. 21 3 903128 Fore-spurrer. As this fore-spurrer comes before his lord

Mer. of Ven. 21 9 2082 28 Fereft. And made the forest tremble when they roar'd

3 Haro vi. S 2632212 Foreftall pre-science, and esteem no act but that of hand

Troil. and Crefl:

31 8632111 I shall forestall thee, lord Ulyffes, thou

Ibid. 4) 5 8831157 May this night fore-Stall him of the coming day

Cymbeline. 3 5 912" I will fore-fall their repair hither

Hamlet. 5 2 10392129 Fore-fialld. I had fore-fall'd this dear and deep rebuke

2 Henry iv. 4 Ferefter. D.P. Love's Labor Lot. p. 147.

D.P. As You Like I.. 223 Firefwore. I never prosper'd fince I foreswore at Primero Merry W. of Wind. 4) 5 692 26 Ferc-binking this, I have already fit

Cyıxbeline. 31 4 91111 ? Fore-warned. We were forewarned of your coming and shut the gates for safety of ourfelves

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