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... even to the foot of Amurach's throne . The deposed Duke of Milan , having
escaped from the battle with life , flies , we are not told whither , and is afterwards
introduced in great distress , having wandered about without food for three days .
... done at the beginning of some dances . So , in King Henry VIII . that prince
says to Anna Bullen“ I were unmannerly to take you out , And not to kiss you . ”
Steevens . TOLLET . Foot it featly here and there ; And , sweet 58 ACT I.
Foot it featly here and there ; And , sweet sprites , the burden bear . Hark , hark !
Bur . Bowgh , wowgh . [ dispersedly . The watch - dogs bark : Bur . Bowgh ,
wowgh . [ dispersedly . Hark , hark ! I hear The strain of strutting chanticlere Cry ,
i . e . terrible ; producing fear . In our author's to fear signified to terrify , ( see
Minsheu in verb . ) and fearful was much more frequently used in the sense of
formidable than that of timorous . MALONE . age PRO . What , I say , My foot my F
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What , I say , My foot my tutor " ! -Put thy sword up , traitor ; Who mak'st a shew ,
but dar'st not strike , thy conscience Is so possess'd with guilt : come from thy
wardo ; For I can here disarm thee with this stick , And make thy weapon drop .
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Hell yeah, good read with good notes.
I was reading King John on Project Gutenberg, but I changed over to this version as I was looking up annotations. Now, I don't have to go to Google to look up the history and folio changes for specific lines.