Excerpt from Remarks, Critical, Conjectural, and Explanatory, Upon the Plays of Shakespeare, Vol. 1
Yet all these faults abound without even a comment in the last edition of Shaks peare's plays. Upon examining the coma positions before us, we must presently dis cern two different kinds of imperfections, one of them the result of haste or idleness the other of habitual inaccuracy: those which were produced by mere inadver-o tency, whether of the poet himself or his transcriber; and where concord, prosody, and reason, unite in suggesting the true expression, should at once, perhaps, with out scruple or remark, be set right inrthe I.
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