BEPPO: A VENETIAN STORY. J^gsaJimd. Farewell, Monsieur TniTeller ; Look, yon lisp, and wear ttnnge suits : disable all the benefits of your own coantry ; be out of love with your Nativity, and almost chide God for makinf? you that eonntenance yon are ; or I will scarce think you have swam in a Gmdoia. As You Lite //, act iv. sc i, lines $3-35^ Amndation cfihe CommaUatoru That is, hem at Venice^ which was much visited by the young Eng* lish gentlemen of those times, and was then what Paris is »mo— the seat of all dissoltttenes8.~S. A.> [The initials S. A. (Samuel Ayscougfa) are not attached to this note, but to another note on the same page (see Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare, 1807, i. 943).] K. ["Although I was fai Italic only ix. days, I saw, hi that little tyne, more liboty to sin than ever I heard tell of in our noble citie of London in iz. ycuta,"^^Mooimaster, bk. i. ad Jin, By Roger Ascham. ] Digitized by VjOOQ IC
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