Notes to Text on Page 135
(but ill bestow'd) hath only made. Q2: (but onely ill bestow'd) hath made.
C, M have the stage direction: Exit, and returns with Cleora.
deserues. Q1: dserues; Q2, C, M, G: deserves.
Modern punctuation would probably omit the comma after "delay's;" but it may
denote hesitancy to fix attention on the words that follow. (See
Simpson, Shakespearean Punctuation, Sect. 6.)
G substitutes the stage direction: Unbinds her eyes.
Conuey'd. Q1: Couey'd; Q2, C, M, G: Convey'd.
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Book title: The Bondman: an Antient Storie.
Contributors: Philip C. Massinger - Editor, Benjamin Townley Spencer - Editor, Charles Phelps Taft Memorial Fund, University of Cincinnati Graduate School - OrganizationName.
Publisher: Princeton University Press.
Place of publication: Princeton, NJ.
Publication year: 1932.
Page number: Not available.
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