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... last words to Francisco are to bid Horatio and Marcellus make haste. [For other
instances of irregularities in metre, which may be explained by the custom of
placing ejaculations, appellations, &c. out of the regular verse, see Abbott, § 512.
8. much] Abbott, § 51 : Muck, more, is frequently used as an ordinary adjective,
like the Scotch mickle, and the Early English muchel. 9. heart] Hunter (ii, 212) : As
no particular reason appears for the melancholy of this insignificant personage, ...
26. along] Abbott, \ 30 : Perhaps we ought (to the advantage of the rhythm) to
place a comma after ♢ along.' [See III, iii, 4, where the verb of motion is omitted;
as in 'Let's along,' which Abbott says is 'still a common Americanism," it is
33. sit we] Abbott, g 361, considers this so-called imperative in the first person
plural as the subjunctive, i. e. ' suppose we sit down?' ' what if we sit down ?'
Compare ' Break we our watch up,' line 168 of this scene. M. Coleridge : In the
55. on't] For instances of the use of ' on ' in the sense of about, where we should
use of, see Abbott, f 181. Moberly thinks that the preposition seems to be really '
on ' here, not the on which is a mispronunciation of the word of. See also I, i, ...
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