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In the introduction to Bartholomew Fair , he says : “ If there be never a servant monster in the fair , who can help it , he says , nor a nest of antiques ?
This play must have been written before 1614 , when Jonson sneers at it in his Bartholomew Fair . In the latter plays of Shakspeare , he has less of pun and ...
... and confer fair Milan , 8 6 this kind of ellipsis see various examples in a note on Cymbeline , vol . xiii . p . 228 , n . 2. Malone .
It appears from the alteration of this play by Dryden and Sir W. D'Avenant , that they considered the present passage in this light : Fair excellence , If ...
There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple : If the ill spirit have so fair an house , · Good things will strive to dwell with't . PRO . Follow me .
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