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Then, after all these solemn exequies,
Mount up your royal places of estate,
* We will our rites, &c.] Old eds. “We will our celebrated rites," &c.—“The word 'celebrated' occurs in both the old editions, but may well be dispensed with as rogards both the sense and measure." Bd. 1826. “I think this word got into the text from either the author or printer, who was perhaps the editor, doubting whether to use 'solemnize' or 'celebrate;' and it slipt from the margin, where it was probably placed, into the verse itself." J. M. in Gent. Mag. for Jan. 1841.
The Second Part of Tamburlaine the Great.
The general welcomes Tamburlaine receiv'd,
• the] So the 4to.-The 8vo “our."
TAMBURLAINE, king of Persin.
} Lords of Buda and Bohemia.
ZENOCRATE, wife URLAINE.