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Whatever other learning Shakspeare wanted, he was master of two books unknown to many of the profoundly read, though books which the last conflagration alone can destroy ;—the book of nature, and that of man.

Dr. Young.

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ILLUSTRATIONS

10 THE

ELEVENTH VOLUM E.

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1. Ghost of Cæsar appearing to Brutus, (Julius Cæsar)

from a Painting by Westall. Frontispiece.

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CORIOLANUS. 2. Volumnia and Virgilia.-Porter. 3. Coriolanus and Aufidius.—Ditto. 4. Coriolanus, Volumnia, Virgilia, &c.—Hamilton.

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JULIUS CÆSAR. 5. Anthony lamenting over the body of Cæsar.-Westall. 341 6. Death of Brutus.-Ditto.

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