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p.225. hunted with his honour to day.

The common addres

Deserved much tess to a Lord, in our Auth?


1.2. devorved a Will

worse or more.

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of Roys & their several p. 218. This Note Th.

Speines st. have been

p. 128. soyled Horse, is
a Horse kept up in the

have come in, p. 174.

7.264. thon drawst a Counterfeit.

So a Portrait was

in our author's he who every where

Stable and there fid commonly expresse?
high on green ford
grafs, clover, lu
common trim tives this wvers.
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p. 268. Pin-ult. not a Whittle

1.2. not a common

pocket knife. Whitle
ich still in ze midland
Countries the commom

p. 319. Napkin For hamo = herchief. Som othell, passin.

9.346. a ruinous Monafter Shakespeare forgot

name for a pocket here that the Empiren

clasp knife, such as

children use. – I

was not yet Chriftian there fore Monasterie

have heard of a Discank. had not yet been. which a Fanatic Scott founded: but he was Preacher was making thinking of his own

to his audience of the several purposes for cott wh providence had created. that useful animal a

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as below when

in p. 348. he makes Aaron object to Lucins his popish tricks and ceremonies, forgetting

Wood for Claithe, and that dreins was a the Guts for Staggir, heathen Roman.

and the Shin-Canes

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Shakespeare means

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NB. The aforemention. The Devil in Ma. Maing who, was the chief devil confissed his name to be it had possession of Sara Mode, and that he had "illiams: Int another besides himself fräven. the possessed, named other spirits, & all of

lich and mayny fa young
at was possessed by
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them Captains & of great
fame."! #sfs are fans to
be the spirits of the

send called Modu. vid. Deadly Sins, who had al

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possession of Pt. P. Main 6f. where in the Deposition at once, viz. The Spirit The said Rich. Mainy we of Pride. 2. Covetous= Furthermore, it is resse. 3. Luxury (or

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Sloth... "Then Ma.

& Modu?' he is else = Edmundes (the Exorcist? whers called="" the Prince began againe his exor= Jo. p. 269. "When =cismes with great Par= the faid Priests had dis= =restres, and all th patch &? thine business at company cried out in pou Hackney (where they had god, the blessed Virgin, Been exorcising Sara Wil: 5. George and all theliams) they then returned Company of Heaven to towards mee, uppon Pre- helpe & succour them in tence to caft the great that holy action, So as Prince modu... out of both that wicked prince Modu, & his Compary Ibid. p. 278. We have an it be cast out."



Extract from the account This seems to be partic published by the Exorcists cuberty alluded to in that Hemiselves, viz. "By Com- passage in K. Lear. 7.10. manndent of the Exorcist Fiveisiends have bee

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K.Lear. p.63.
I how this mother swells up in France, a scottish__

towards my heart! Hystorica passio. Down thon drimbing forrow!

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Doctor of Physick then in Paris, called it as I remem= ober, vertiginem Capites. It rifeth.... of a wirde in

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Io. Lear here affects to pass the bottome of the belly, If the swelling of his heart & proceeding with a great grish & indignation, swelling, causeth a very for the diseased catted the painfull collicke in the "Mother or Hysterica Pafio: Stomack, and 2th in our Authors time ordinary giddines in the has not Hought peculiar to this at haft very prie pros Women only. In Harsns #'s -bable that Shakespeare fumons Declaration of Popish to not havs the


tought Imposters, Rich. Mainy Gend of making Lear affret Geet cre of the pretended demonic to have the Hysteria acks, depores (4.263.) that


or Mother. of Harfentlig the first night that he came had Benham, the Seat of the if this passage, Peckhamn, where there Impor- suggested it to him, when he was he was tures were manage. managed, Vater "hs was fome what will at ewhat sill at selecting the other worse and particulars from it, in order to furnish out he had, and which the Priests his Character of Tom persuaded hein was from the of Bedlam; to whom. Possession of the Devil, oir. This Demoniacal Gib= "The disease I spake of, berish is admirably has a spice of the mother adapted.

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