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The king and prince at prayers ! let us assist them , For our case is as theirs . SEB . I am out of patience . ... In this signification , englut , from engloutir , Fr. occurs frequently , as in Henry VI .: “ Thou art so near the gulf ...
So in King Lear : “ The sea in such a storm as his bare head “ In hell - black night endur'd , would have buoy'd up ... The corruption in Ecclesiastes cited in the note [ by Mr. Steevens ] is as old as the time of Henry the Eighth .
There is a very singular coincidence between this passage and one in Bacon's History of King Henry VII . [ Perkin Warbeck ] “ did in all things notably acquit himself ; insomuch as it was generally believed , that he was indeed Duke ...
So also , in King Henry IV . Part I. Act V. Sc . I. : Moody beggars starving for a time “ Of pell - mell havock and confusion . ” TALBOT . 7 To think but nobly - ] But , in this place , signifies otherwise than . STEEVENS .
So , in King Lear : ' Twas he inform'd against him , “ And quit the house on purpose , that their punishment Might have the freer course . " So , in King Henry VI . Part I. lift for lifted : “ He ne'er lift up his hand , but conquered .
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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.