The Maids Tragedy eBook

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THE MAIDS TRAGEDY.  VERSE AND PROSE VARIATIONS[1].

p. 1, ll. 29 and 30.  A, C, D and E] 2 ll. Poetrie, well.

p. 2, ll. 7 and 8.  A—­E] 3 ll. worth, goe, it. l. 14.  A—­E] 2 ll. Diphilus, ill.

p. 3, l. 28.  A—­E] 2 ll. Evadne, sister. l. 29.  A—­E] 2 ll. them, strange.

p. 4, ll. 1—­5.  A and B] 5 ll. walkes, [A sir, see note to p. 4 ante] earth, delight, flowers, tell. l. 29.  A—­E] speech, love.

p. 5, l. 20.  A—­E] 2 ll. gone, Diphilus.

p. 8, l. 28.  A—­E] 2 ll. home, maske.

p. 10, l. 17.  A—­E] 2 ll. know, ascend.

p. 13, l. 4.  A—­E] 2 ll. powre, calme.

p. 15, ll. 33—­35 A] 3 ll. caught, fire, thee. ll. 34 and 35.  B—­E] 2 ll. fire, thee. ll. 36 and 37.  A—­E] 2 ll. thing, not.

p. 19, l. 8.  A—­E] 2 ll. sin, lips. ll. 9 and 10.  A] 1 line. l. 23.  A—­E] 2 ll. done, meanes.

p. 20, l. 24.  A—­E] 2 ll. oath, true. ll. 30 and 31.  F and G] 1 line.

p. 21, ll. 1 and 2.  F and G] 1 line. l. 24.  A—­D] 2 ll. hell, me. ll. 25—­27.  A and D] 4 ll. bed, locks, weare, armes.

p. 22, ll. 28 and 29.  A—­E] 2 ll. us, waite
               F and G] 1 line.
l. 36.  A—­E] 2 ll. be, honourable. l. 38.  A—­E] 2 ll. self, for.

p. 25, ll. 21 and 22.  A] 2 11. so, quick-sand.

p. 28, ll. 16 and 17.  A—­E] 2 ll. here, thine
               F and G] 1 line.

[Footnote 1:  In these notes the words printed in italics are the last words of the lines indicated in the various texts.]

p. 30, ll. 10 and 11.  A—­G] 1 line. ll. 27 and 28.  A—­G] 1 line.

p. 31, ll. 15 and 16.  A] 2 ll. may, well.

p. 32, l. 7.  A—­E] 2 ll. royaltie, stain. l. 8.  A—­E] 2 ll. me, thee.

p. 33, ll. 27 and 28.  A] 2 ll. weight, rage. ll. 38 and 39.  A and B] 2 ll. of, you.

p. 34, l. 8.  A] 2 ll. enough, Land
      B—­E] 2 ll. enough, Island.
l. 21.  A—­E] 2 ll. King, it. ll. 20 and 21.  G] 2 ll. for, it.

p. 35, l. 25.  A—–­E] 2 ll. feare, draw. ll. 35 and 36.  A] 2 ll. tricke, fight.

p. 36, l. 15.  A—­E] 2 ll. rarenesse, now. l. 32.  A—­E] 2 ll. be, it.

p. 37, l. 8.  A—­E] indeed, another. l. 28.  A—­E] 2 ll. say, friend.

p. 38, l. 6.  A—­E] 2 ll. innocence, it.

p. 39, l. 1.  A—­E] 2 ll. base, lies.

p. 40, l. 29.  A—­E] 2 ll. way, backe.

p. 41, l. 2.  A—­E] 2 ll. thine, stir. l. 8.  A] 2 ll. word, quick. ll. 39 and 40.  A] 2 ll. why I, else
               B—­G] 2 ll. why, else.

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