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Peace after Givil War.
Find we a time for frighted peace to panto
(1) Shall damp.] 1. e. Wet, moisten: the old editions, and with them the Oxford, read dawb; there seems to be something VOL. III.
No more shall trenching war channel her fields,
with the armed hoofs
King Henry's Character of Percy, and of his Son
Yea there thou mak'st me fad and mak'st me fin
Scene III. Prince Henry's Soliloquy.
I know you all, and will a while uphold
greatly like Shakespear in that word, but I have kept damp, as it is generally approv'd. The word files, in the fourth line following, is in the old editions eyes, and thus altered by Mr. Warburton: others read a m. I don't know whether eyes might not be justified, but I think fiks preferable. See Upr. p. 343.