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Of course the reader will not suppose where no bracketed exclamation-marks
appear, that all these criticisms or commentaries are adopted by the present
Editor; and this remark the Editor wishes most emphatically to apply to all the
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
Tschischwitz also follows Pope, because the plural Polacks would signify the
whole Polish army, and it would be monstrous to suppose that the whole army
could travel in sleighs ; the ' sledded Polack ' is therefore merely the Polish king,
Steevens preferred the singular, because we cannot well suppose that in a
parley the king belaboured many, as it is not likely that provocation was given by
more than one, or that on such an occasion he would have condescended to
strike a ...
Douce quotes from another hymn, said to have been composed by Saint
Ambrose, and formerly used in the Salisbury service : * It contains the following
lines, which so much resemble the speech of Hor. that one might almost suppose
Sh. to ...
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