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The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus

Notes
[1] mate] i.e. confound, defeat.
[2] vaunt] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "daunt."
[3] her] All the 4tos "his."
[4] Whereas] i.e. where.
[5] cunning] i.e. knowledge.
[6] now] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "more."
[7] FAUSTUS discovered in his study] Most probably, the Chorus, before going out,
drew a curtain, and discovered Faustus sitting. In B. Barnes's DIVILS CHARTER, 1607,
we find; "SCEN. VLTIMA. ALEXANDER VNBRACED BETWIXT TWO
CARDINALLS in his study LOOKING VPON A BOOKE, whilst a groome draweth the
Curtaine." Sig. L 3.
[8] Analytics, 'tis thou, &c.] Qy. "Analytic"? (but such phraseology was not uncommon).
[9] that] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "the" (the printer having mistaken "yt" for "ye").
[10] Economy] So the later 4tos (with various spelling).--2to 1604 "Oncaymaeon."
[11] and] So the later 4tos.--Not in 4to 1604.
[12] Couldst] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "Wouldst."
[13] men] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "man."
[14] legatur] All the 4tos "legatus."
[15] &c.] So two of the later 4tos.--Not in 4to 1604.
[16] law] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "Church."
[17] This] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "His."
[18] Too servile] So the later 4tos.--2to 1604 "The deuill."
[19] Che sera, sera] Lest it should be thought that I am wrong in not altering the old
spelling here, I may quote from Panizzi's very critical edition of the ORLANDO
 
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