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law “of writ and the liberty—For the,” HAMLET, ii. 2. 396. Collier remarks:“The meaning probably is, that the players were good, whether at written productions, or at extemporal plays where liberty was allowed to the performers to invent the dialogue, in imitation of the Italian commedie al improviso.”

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