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Thus while I wandering pause o'er Shakspeare s page.
I mark in visions of delight the sage,

High o'er the wrecks of man who stands sublime;
A column in the melancholy waste,
(Its cities humbled and its giories past)
Majestic ʼmid the solitude of time.

DR. Wolcor.

Shakspeare is the Homer of the English ; he is altogether national.-In spite of philosophy and new views, the change of manners and the progress of knowledge, he reigns in the heart of the literature of his country.

VILLEMAIN.

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ILLUSTRATIONS

TO THE

FIFTH VOLUME.

PAGE

1. Petruchio, Katharina, and Hortensio, (Taming of the

Shrew) from a Painting by 10betson. Frontispiece.

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

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2. Countess and Helena.--Wheatley.
3. King, Helena, and Lords. - Ditto.
4. King, Countess, Lafeu, Lords, &c.Ditto.

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TAMING OF THE SHREW.

5. Sly, Lords, and Attendants.-Smirke.

146 6. Petruchio, Katharina, Bianca, Baptista. &c.- Wheatley 204 7. Katharina, Petruchio, and Grumio.- Ibbetson. . 209

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WINTER'S TALE.

8. Leontes, Hermione, and Mamillius.-Hamilton 285 9. Leontes, Paulina, Child, &c.-Ditto.

297 10. Leontes, Antigonus, Lords, infant Perdita, &c.-Opie 302 11. Antigonus pursued by a bear.-Wright.

317 12. Florizel, Perdita, Polixenes, Camillo, &c.—Wheatley 333 13, Florizel, Perdita, Polixenes, Camillo, &c.--Hamilton 337 14. Leontes, Polixenes, Florizel, Perdita, Paulina, &c.-Do. 388

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