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Excerpt from The English of Shakespeare: Illustrated in a Philological Commentary on His Julius Caesar IN this attempt to illustrate the english or shake speare, I would be understood to have had a twofold purpose, in conformity with the title of the volume, which would naturally be taken to promise something of exposition in regard both to the language or style of Shakespe Excerpt from The English of Shakespeare: Illustrated in a Philological Commentary on His Julius Caesar IN this attempt to illustrate the english or shake speare, I would be understood to have had a twofold purpose, in conformity with the title of the volume, which would naturally be taken to promise something of exposition in regard both to the language or style of Shakespeare and to the English Language generally. My first business I have considered to be the cor rect exhibition and explanation of the noble work of our great dramatist with which the volume professes to be specially occupied. I will begin, therefore, by stating what I have done, or endeavoured to do, for the Play of julius cesar.


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Excerpt from The English of Shakespeare: Illustrated in a Philological Commentary on His Julius Caesar IN this attempt to illustrate the english or shake speare, I would be understood to have had a twofold purpose, in conformity with the title of the volume, which would naturally be taken to promise something of exposition in regard both to the language or style of Shakespe Excerpt from The English of Shakespeare: Illustrated in a Philological Commentary on His Julius Caesar IN this attempt to illustrate the english or shake speare, I would be understood to have had a twofold purpose, in conformity with the title of the volume, which would naturally be taken to promise something of exposition in regard both to the language or style of Shakespeare and to the English Language generally. My first business I have considered to be the cor rect exhibition and explanation of the noble work of our great dramatist with which the volume professes to be specially occupied. I will begin, therefore, by stating what I have done, or endeavoured to do, for the Play of julius cesar.

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