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V. iv. 27. ' And that I would not for a cow, God save her!' a proverbial expression still used in the South of England.
V. iv. 65, 66. "The tribulation of Tower-hill, or the limbs of Limehouse.' There is no evidence for finding in these words the names of Puritan congregations, as commentators have supposed; the alternative phrases are sufficiently expressive without any such supposition, and were perhaps coined for the occasion; they are not found elsewhere.
V. v. 71. • And your good brethren'; Thirlby's conjecture, adopted by Theobald; Ff. read and
you good brethren.' V. v. 76. "has'; i.e. he has; Ff., 'Has.'
TURNBULL & SPEARS, PRINTERS, EDINBURGH.