In his Instructions for Forreine Travel (I642) Howell speaks of fits of a melancholya as being quite a characteristic of the Italians. ... I I. pageants, shows, movable exhibitions; see G. I3, I4. curta#39;sy. ... I5. venture; aa thing put to hazard, particularly that which a#39; is sent to sea in trade aaSchmidt; hence such venture forth=so much anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pitt Press Shakespeare: Merchant of Venice|
|Author||:||William Shakespeare, Arthur Wilson Verity|