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In the middle ages the shole Education of princes & noble you the, consistic in martial exercises, &c. these could not be had in a prison; where mental Improvements might? have been afforder as well where else: but
this fort of Education never entered into the
thoughts of warlike, but illiterate. nobility. (Sec Robertson's Hist. of Charles P.4t. Vol. 1. Note 26. .1. p. 69. I know pag. 319.) not whether shakespeare be supposed to have
had this propriety Strictly
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in view: but