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Shakspeare followed the chronicle of Holinshed , and Holinshed borrowed his narration from the Chronicles of Scotland , translated by John Bellenden , from the Latin of Hector Boethius , and first published at Edinburgh , in 1541 .
A forbodin fellow ( Scotice ) still signifies an unhappy one . 5 The old copy has weyward , evidently by mistake . Weird , from the Saxon , a witch , Shakspeare found in Holinshed . Gawin Douglas , in his translation of Virgil , renders ...
2 Studied in his death , is instructed in the art of dying . 3 Owed , owned , possessed . 4 We cannot construe the disposition of the mind by the lineaments of the face . 1 Holinshed says , “ Duncan having two sons , 186 ( ACT I. MACBETH .
1 Holinshed says , “ Duncan having two sons , & c . he made the elder of them , called Malcolm , prince of Cumberland , as it was thereby to appoint him his successor in his kingdome immediatelie after his decease .
4 The circumstance relative to Macbeth's slaughter of Duncan's chamberlains is copied from Holinshed's account of king Duffe's murder by Donwald . 5 Wassel is thus explained by Bullokar in his Expositor , 1616 : “ Wassaile , a term ...
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