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Malone : The corrupted form in the Qq shows that Sh. wrote * Polacks.' Since, as
Dyce adds, the singular is afterwards spelled in this play ' Polacke,' ' Pollacke,* *
Poleak,' ' Pollock,' and ' Polake.' Steevens preferred the singular, because we ...
117, "8. Malone: When Sh. had told us that the 'graves stood tenantless,' &c.,
Which are wonders confined to the earth, he naturally proceeded to say (in the
line now lost) that yet other prodigies appeared in the sky ; and the phenomena
Moberly agrees with Malone in supplying the missing line from the corresponding
passage in Jul. Cos., if a line be really lost. Clarendon : Sh. had probably in his
mind the passage in North's Plutarch, Jul. Qes. p. 739 (ed. 1631) : ' Certainly ...
145. invulnerable] Malone : See Mach V, viii, 9, and King John, II, i, 252. 150.
cock] Farmer : Bourne of Newcastle, in his Antiquities of the Common People,
informs us : ' It is a received tradition among the vulgar, that at the time of cock-
... is only another form of * dilate,' meaning « to speak at large.' Compare '
defused ' and « diffused.' Bacon uses ' delate ' in the sense of ' carry,' « convey.'
38. allow.] Malone says Sh. should have written allows, and that many writers fall
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