I public tttytaj Thislrolume is for REFERTOCE USE ONLY ^^ VENVS AND ADONIS LONDON Imprintedby Richard Field^ and are to be fold at thefigne ofthe white Greyhound in Pau Ies Church-yarc L publications of Gbe S&alte&Pcare-Swc-tetg of fle mo. THE FOURTH EDITION (Revised and Augmented) NEW YORK THE SHAKESPEARE PRESS Printers to the Shakespeare Society of New York LONDON : KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRUBNER & CO., LTD. OPPORTUNITY of the call for a Fourth Edition of this work has been taken to add an extra chapter to suggest that, while Shakespeare practically ignored the English Bible, the four greatest versions of which were extant during the period covering his lifetime, yet the Liturgy and Psalter of Edward the Sixth, attendance upon which was compelled by Elizabeth's Acts of Uniformity, during Shakes- peare's nonage, and until long afterward may have insensibly influenced his vocabulary. But this may have been because of their non-dramatic character. Castle's proposition, that it is to Elizabeth's Cl high-born and well-bred ladies '" that we are in- debted for Shakespeare, does not meet with the approval of Dr. A STUDY THE WARWICKSHIRE DIALECT WITH A GLOSSARY AND NOTES TOUCHING THE EDWARD THE SIXTH GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND THE ELIZABETHAN PRONUNCIATION AS DEDUCED FROM THE PUNS IN SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS, AND AS TO INFLUENCES WHICH MAY HAVE SHAPED THE SHAKESPEARE VOCABULARY APPLETON MORGAN, A. B,, (COLVMB.) President of the Shakespeare Society of New York ; Author of "The Law of Literature " "Shakespeare in Fact and in Criticism ' V Editor of the Bankside Shakespeare^ etc. The earliest collected edition of his works did not include them. who was a vagabond at law, or a nobleman's servant, to try and get a grant of arms." Mr. Fiske's explanation is that " the world's greatest genius, one of the most consummate masters of speech that erer lived, could not tarry seven years in the city without learning how to write what Hosea Biglow calls citified English." The Atlantic Monthly, November, 1897. Written reports must be submitted on the California Suspected Child Abuse Report Form 8572.However, persons who are not legally mandated may make anonymous reports.
Is there any possible room for a doubt as to Shakespeare's authorship of the poems so univer- sally conceded to be his? And in the " Yen us and Adonis," and the other poems perhaps in the Sonnets we may have some of these exercises the trial heats, which the Master flung aside in training for his masterpieces. Audio Version - The law enforcement officer and/or county child welfare worker investigating the case will have your name in order to contact you about the report.Audio Version - Mandated reporters are individuals who are mandated by law to report known or suspected child maltreatment.PATERNOSTER HOUSE, CHARING CROSS ROAD 1900 COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY APPLETON MORGAN. I trust that the Index to the Warwickshire Dialect, added to this Fourth Edition, may facilitate the use of the work as a sort of representative dictionary of that Dialect, no less than as a study of its characteristics. Late in 1616 (the year in which Shakespeare died, April 23), one of these poems, the "Lucrece," was printed in the usual quarto form with many varia- tions from the text of May 9, 1594, with a state- ment on the title-page that it was " newly revised and corrected." As Shakespeare was dead, some- body still alive, it would seem, felt a supervisory interest in the poems, or at least in one of them.
Many of the words presented in this work as dia- lect forms are now common to English speech wherever it is spoken, while still others certainly cannot be limited to Warwickshire to-day. There is supposed to be internal evidence enough that the poems are all by the same author; at least, the inclusion of one by Heywood which was removed from that collection on his protest and of the one by Marlowe (which is still printed in the series known as** The Passionate Pilgrim") does not interfere with that evidence. who was a vagabond at law, or a nobleman's servant, to try and get a grant of arms." Mr. Fiske's explanation is that "the world's greatest genius, one of the most consummate masters of speech that ever lived, could not tarry seven years in the city without learning how to write what Hosea Biglow calls citified English." The Atlantic Monthly, November, 1897. A GLOSSARY OF THE WARWICKSHIRE DIALECT 6 4 GLOSSARY.