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BEAUTIES

O F

SHAKES? EAR:

Regularly selected from each Play.

WITH A
G E NE R A L I N D E X,

Digesting them under proper Heads.

Illustrated with

Explanatory Notes, and Similar Passages
from Antientand Modern Authors.

By W 1 L L IA M D O D D, B. A.

Late- of Clare-Hall, Cambridge.

Tie poet'i eye, in a fine frenzy roivlixg,

f)otb glancefrom heavn to earth, from earth to heals' ns

And, as imagination bodies forth

The forms of things unknown, the poet's pen

Turns them to Jhape, and gives to airy nothing

A local habitation and a name.

See Midsummer Night's Dream, p. 87,

V O L. II.

LONDON

printed for T. Waller, at the Mitre and Crotcn,
opposite Fetter-Lane, Fleet-frees,

. MDCCUI,

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